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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 26, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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:, Mrs. Mary Lease dotted B&JB with that the prairies I f,.,4._,., AFTER TH cQ'lis-- Prince Nezahualcoyotl driven like the entered, the King leading, followed by THROUGHOUT THE SOUTH.I I SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL. SONG OF NEED.
; .f Kansas are the graves of .
beast from and the nobles.
cave to tree. But at last he the priests When shall dwell in Ian J
f who died of The pasture reached to thfr hJtafe Pure butter contain ten cerf you Tranquil ,
women "mortgage on the uplands is the victor. He sits on the throne of -- i!,I may per Where sweet the summers
where the sugar maples stood Tezcuco and maiden all bustle and life.Uultitude.1 of water. b.
f farm. a sits by his side. The royal city was in the anl kiss
'- Firmly rooted amid the rocks at the edge of The face of the maiden is not the face of : of gayly clad pedestrians I I A lead mine which yields almost pure LaD And kiss light ban t to your,oaa r
the Notes of Her Progress and Prosperity! your me.
" An observant woman is authority for great pine wood; Tula." thronged its streets. It was a day of sac- lead has been discovered at Turner, Me.

that of- The brook from the spring In the forest As the old priest continued he fell intoa rifice. For J, who dwell i Lonely Ian J,
i the statement the evolution man I Briefly TranscrM 0 :Morgan County, Missouri, it is said,
of leaped downward in clouds of spray, rhythmical chant. He stretched his Towering high above all other building3 furnishes the best fire-brick clay the By that nweet sign sh'dl.se _
in the matter domestic science:: ha And the tall ferns drooped: and noddei their the i That Love is kind and
of grand
arms toward the setting sun, and as he rose the sacrificial tower god world. t you
! taken mighty stride of late. In proof heads above the bowlders gray. ceased speaking the last ray of the orb Huitzilopochtli, in order that tbe impressive Important Happenings from Day to So kiss your hand to me.
Professor Calvin of the State University .
;f of this, cites the Boston Transcript, here The hush of the summer evening fell, restful of day fell aslant his upturned countenance ceremonies in honor of the deity Day Tersely Told. I has been chosen, Iowa's State When you shall dwell in HiJni ht Ian?.

! is King Humbert of Italy proudly dabbling and cool and damp; lighting it with an almost divine might be witnessed from all parts of the Geologist conduct a a Where tears and moaning be.

i in amateur cooking. The firefly in the buttercup meadows lightedhis radiance, until the listening prince stood capital. t neW suey. Fold on your heart the uakissjJ han I

ghostly lamp; awestruck and wondering.The Along one the principal streets passedthe The schooner, Snowflake from Honea. Tests recently made at Cornel University And sigh yonr soul t me.

And high in the flare of the sunset climbedup ray of light faded away, and still procession of priests with the victim La., capsized Tuesday and a party of It N. Y.,

i The United States Senate is a great the dome of the blue. they remained sileut, wrapped in Tula, the bethrothed of the young fifteen.were drowned. I r nium h very marked influence upon And r though lost in Lonely Ian?,'

f place for chums, avers the Chicago News. As three little children went after the cows, thought. At length the priest continued Prince. And it was no wonder that the Stephen R. Mallory. of Pensacola, the magnetic conductivity of cast iron, TV i send an answer tru?.

t: :Record. Beck and Allison were such a barefooted through the dew. : heart of the youthful warrior succumbed Fla., was renominated for congress but slightly decreases its permeability.The I And groping blmily for your hanJ.

Don "My son, I have spoken truth. Thou to the charms of the gentle Tezcucan. Wednesdty afternoon. strawberry plant seems to possess Creep ia the dark t you!

I pair, as were Cameron and! Butler, The whippoorwill sang in th'3.alders that shalt see it. Go!1" Of a type ot beauty long since extinct in Turner & Gates' sawmill at Mobile an amount of intelligence. It will invariably -F. L. Stanton, in Atlanta Constitution.UUHOK .

Vest and PlumbEimunds and Thurman. fringed the bank ol the stream; The young man stood irresolute for a Mexico, in herthe beauty of the south- Ala., was burned Thursday morning. run its shoots in the directionof -
I
J Another notable cafe of congressional And, like the mystical music one hears in a moment only, then turned toward the land: was united with the ruddy, robust Lou $14,000. Insured. The dryhouseand ground which conti a maximum OF TiE DAY.

1 Damon and Pythias is that of Tom Reel beautiful dream, city, while the priest entered the for- character of the north. Her dark eyes planing mill were saved. ,amount of will never

f and Bourke Cockran in the House. The tinkle of cow-bells blended with the est. sparkled like twiu stars; her luxuriantnut I A Richmond, Va., dispatch says: Mrs. grow its runners towards a barren or "Hard line," said Mr. Flanker,

t rippling waters below brown tresses fell in waves almost to ; Elizabeth Powell the manager and proprietor sandy spot. when he couldn't translate a po&uge mHomer.
,, And the full red moon in the shadowy east her feet. Clad in the sacrificial robes of I .-Tale Record.
of the Hichmond theater for more are in southwestern Missouri
In 1825 there was but one lone representative on the horizon hung low. The judgment hall of the royal city white, with bare head and feet,her than of died Wed- Tere "Hullo Bronson! You
was of such splendor and migniScenca pure : a quarter a century, many openings in the earth, which are look hot.How
of homeopothy in this country. The air was sweet with the clover bloom from that it would indeed seem strange in our ravishing beauty would have sufficed to ; nesday. called "blow holes' and "cold caves," did yougetinthat condition?*' "Open-

To-day 25,000 physician* are enrolled; thebanqaeting-gcouniaof the bees, daywhen the temples of justice scatteredover turn the head of even the most blase of I The stockholders of the Fort Payne from which issues a cold blast of air. A ing a car window to cool off."Darpur'd;

under the banner of Hahnemann. In And the woodsy scent! of the mosses that hid our land are usually plain and unembellished modern gallants.By Coal and Iron Company condemn the action local theory Li that the temperature of Bazar.

1836 the first homeopatbic college in the in the shade o: the trees; by ornament of any description. her side walked the Prince, for by of the minority stockholders in securing the places is reduced by the enormous Jason says it is strange nobody ever

; The cow-path wouni through the hemlocks: On the walls hung tapestry, madeof the earnest entreaty of the old King he a temporary receiver. The case deposit of amoni caused by the presence fnjs what th wild waves are saying

f world incorporated, issuing diplomas and round the high ledges curled, the hair of different wild animals, of had been granted that privilege by the : will be fought. of bat. although ever s many g:to sea.-Elmira

t to sixteen physicians in six years. Where, gazing out through the distance, we rich and varied hue, festooned by gold priests. Pale and sorrowful he was, and. Anniston, Ala., is to have a third party Pieces of iron which can be set up in Gazette.

I NowJ says the New Oreans: Pcayune; saw to the ends of the world I t rings, and embroidered with figures of clad what only signifies in! the plainest gaudy apparel of garments.For and out- I piper and its publication will begin at the form of a rudimentary steam enginewere "Miss Budd is a very sharp girl." :

there are sixteen such colleges gradual We called the I birds and flowers. At one end of the in an early date. Kirby Woodruff, late recently found, together with a "Yes, indeed. I guess that i U why she
cow through the gloaming- ward splendor when the loved one is
candidate
for circuit the
1 iug annually 500 student Ruby, ant Bessie, and Floss, hall was a throne of pure gold, inlaid danger Kolb ticket, will be its court editor.clerk on Latin treatise oc steam as a force, in anion cut s many of her acquaintanc ."-

Cherry, and M with precious stones, above which was a chest, dug up near Helin ror The Club.
>lly and Dimple, and Bounca Just as the sun paused in the heavensat
-"Co' boss! ." canopy of variegated plumage, gleamingwith The Belle Grove refinery, together extraordinary archaeological find is There never so much excitement
boss and
That the Norsemen co, co, boss the midday hour, the chief priest i
discovered with the and
A'nerica and On stool in contents adjoining cabins, date from the first half of
And down the gold jewels. a supposed t when a man begins to smell a rat as when
path! through the clearing they the maiden commenced to ascend the
situated half mile from Jeanette La.
centuries before a ,
Columbu did front human skullcrownedwith the twelfth .
receives thundered was placed a Summit century.Shootingstar a woman first sees a mouse.-Philadelphia
and
trampled and roareJ, stairway that led to the altar at the was burned Friday morning. Loss,
emphasis from Professor Horsford, With their bellowing heads borne high aloft an immense emerald of a pyramidalform of the tower. Around the altar stood $40,000; insurance, $17,000.A are small bodies weighing Times.

of Harvard, who says that they landedon as they galloped to reach the ford.Kneedeep and surmounted by an aigretteof five other priests, whose duty it was to Nashville dispatch of Thursday : at most a few pounds, and consisting "I felt so cheap during the ceremony,"
brilliant plumes and precious stones. hold the victim fast while the chief priest says mainly of ion and carbon. They traverse confessed the bride to her dearest friend.
the Charles River at A from GovernorBuchanan's
in the telephone
Cambridge.The gurgling water they On the the message
day following youngPrince's and also revolve "
performed his horrible work.In space il swarms "Why, my dear? "Because mo
residence elicited the information pagave
professor petitions the crowded and pushed as they drank interview with Huitzil .the
municipal ; around the in V
a long, passionate chant-like prayer: sun !long elliptical courses away. -Detroit Flee Press.
that the is confined to
They reared and hojked at each other reached the meridian governor
authorities to protect certain ridges of as priestjust as the sun the old priest invoked the blessing of the like comets. Their brightness is due to '*
his bed is in
but whatever.An "Do ?
they climbed the s.ippery bank the sound of the tomtom was heard no danger, you believe all you see, Hicks
; ,
earth which he claims terrible beseeching that his heat engendered by the energy of their
grass-covered war god
are El PasoTexas The "No. I see whenever we meet;
They plunged their heads in the clematis as calling the lords to the hall of judg dispatch says: motion. Their is be- you
the foundations of Left Erickson's house it hung in its tangled net. wrath might be turned away, in consid- executive committee of the southwestern! speed enormous, but I don't blieve you more thanatenta .
ment. eration of the sacrifice about to be made. ing nearly twice great as the speed of
silver convention Wed issued a of the time. Life. p
and date from the year 1000. And tossed on thir horns the eel grass, so Soon they entered the outer or lesser on nesiiay. the earth on its orbit. -Brooklyn
the
For full half an hour invocation con-
call for second annual convention
a to
snaky and green and wet. hall where they arranged themselves in a A woman will fight her relatives any
tinued, and ere it closed tlow murmur meet at El Paso, Monday. DEcember 5th. The installation of a 4000-ton hydraulic time for her lover and when'he becomesher
'While farmers in the South are complaining Three little children followed them close, all the order of their rank. They were a burst from the lips of the assembled mule press in the St. iron ,
The invention of the Jacques
noble looking band of men, fourteen in people's party husband will work him any day tor
that the last fearless and hap;=y and free. titudes below. works at Montlucon France serves
year's cotton crop number all the gold and silver fourth district of Virginia on Friday t her relatives.-AtAison Globe.
of nearly 9,000,000 bales-the Holding the tanned brow hands of each wearing There was good reason, too, for the nominated J. Thomas Goode, at present mark the progress of an innovation in
featherworkand He
largestever the cloak of rich treated me coldly last nijht.
other-three little children, three, cuirass, surprise and consternation of the people, a member of the house, delegate from forging works. The substitution of hydraulic as 'twould .
raised will leave them the silver helmet which proclaimed seen
scarcely a Through the soft cool damp of the shadowsand for halfway up the side of the tower, Mccklenberg county, as a candidate for presses for powerful steam hammer Andyetrmnotms teatment hal with delight-
dollar of profit, and bring thousands of under the light of the stars them to be the great lords of the realm, where none but the priesthood and the: congress.A for the forging of large muses of He bought me s plates of IcecreamBctonews.!
in. the court of the -
the in rank .
them in debt,"exclaims the St. Louis R2- Driving the cows with their tinkling bells highest I victims had ever yet dared to tread: news special of Wednesday from steel has for some time been steadily on -

public, "the Illinois State Board of Agriculture home to the barnyard bars. Tezcucan When all monarch.had assembled the could be seen the young Prince Nezahualcoyotl Jasper, Tenn., says: The grand the increase. I i found that the workof Said the lecturer "The roc up
-Clara Augusta, in Wide Awake. King, swiftly and stealthily mount jury returned against the insur- the press i more regular, homogeneous these mountains are too steep" rocky }
reports that seven of the ten corn Nezhualcoiotzin, was announced by a In his hand for even to climb therefore, I Jt
summit.
ing to the right rectionists fourteen true bills and and rapid, and that the press cost adoukey ;
crops of that State between 18S2 and messenger, and presently the monarch he grasped a light golden dart; by his the attorney general states that forty much less t install than the steam ham did not attempt the ascent..'*-Boston d
A TALE OF TEZCUCO.
enteredclothed in his robes of stateand
1891 were raised at a loss of $3)Q00) ,. side hung a curiously wrought sworJ, more indictments are certain.A mer. Transcript. X

, 000." -- preceded the by a band into of the thirteen priests.hall inlaid with gold and precious stonesandon Raleigh dispatch of Friday says: It is said that ravens often- reach the Amy-"Ha he ever loved any other l

Leading way judgment his face was a look of determination The democratic state executive committee girl before Mabel-"N ;that doe in't
Ducks and
of hundred (
I took his the throne I age a 1 )
the seat
New York is the first city in the country ., O back with me King encrusted on with, which boded ill to any one who might to-day perfected its arrangement for cuckoos are yea. long lived. worry me. What I want t( know i\if .
I in fancy, dear placed a golden crown, oppose him. the six speeches of General A. E. Ste- II vry ho will love any other girl in the future."
which lire advanced
to etart an effort to artistic his head and took! to a
provide stones : Magpies very
% I reader, to a timeS precious upon The prayer was ended. The chief venson in North Carolina as follows: Harper's Bazar. '
street decorations for a public celebra almost six centuries in his right hand as a sceptre a golden priest Huitzil advanced to consummate Asheville, September 15th; Rileigb, I age at liberty, do not exceed twenty-
... five years in the confinement of a "What Do you dine in that fourth-
I
tion. In order &zo. Turn arrow. he threw 16th: Goldsboro, Charlotte, Wilmington !! cg.'I' 1
to secure worthy results, t the sacrifice,when suddenly up It is not rare to see domestic cocks rate place?" "Only when I am not
\ I southward to the From the Taces of the lords it and Fayetteville on the following days. 'I'
BelmontChairman grave his hands and fell, pierced to thc heart j
Perry of the Ait Com teen and with care they reach hungry. What is the of wasting
royal city of Tez- was evident that the case on which sentence with a golden dart. A news special of Friday from Nashville I I yea u -
mittee for the Columbus celebration twenty. The limit of the existence of good food on a e1"-In' .,
en \ ? cuco, on the eastern was to be given was one of import Then the people witnessed a sight uvs: Orders were sent by wire to 'pr''appt -
October 12, has called to his aid as ad- \ I border of the ance. Silence was over the assembly I such as they had never seen before. Ero Memphis, Jackson and other cities instructing pign'i ten years; the smallest species dianapolis Journa. .' V V

the Mexican until Huitzil forward from sheriffs to hold their lve eight t eighteen yean. Nightingales "Do you know Widdiken's widow
0 leading painters, sculptors, stepped the astonished priests could comprehendwhat posses, than
). i iigners and architects of the city. This 4 KEx power among the priests. Placing his right had occurred, the Prince had and to volunteer companies not to move. of will captivity.not endure Canaries more reared in ten a "Oh, yes." "I hear she" i gig t. con-
years test the old will.
and hand over his heart, he made a low bow leaped beside the altar and slew all No more troops or volunteers will be ma' wonder -
is a distinct and important advance in ally of the Aztec, to the King and then spake: fivu with up the sworJ. Then he sprang to sent to Coal Creek until further order, cage live twelve or fifteen years, but in at all. She always did whenhe was

civilization, declares the Boston Trans. which for several centuries flourished ina "Most noble and illustrious Nezahual. the edge of the tower, after reassuring as information is that the miners have the native islands they reach an age of alive I" Chicago News._

The of what is now the Republic of thou who rulest all Anahuac dispetstd and quiet prevail.A dozen years. "Do think that truth is
script. popular taste has been too part coiotzin, over the trembling maiden,and his tone rang I I you stranger

long at the mercy of mere contractors. ,I Mexico. know that under the forces of thy out clear and strong as he thus addressedthe LouisvilleKy.dispatch says: When Richest Jewel in the British Crown. than fiction?" "I don't know" repliedthe

Stretching away from the imperial arm and the terror of thy might there is people: the general assembly met Monday morning :'I I cautious man; "when some people

city toward the mountains were fields of no Nation left to withstand thee. "Men of Tezcuco, this day ye have to adjourn for the summer, Governor Inda a a part of the British Empire. that I know get through with it, generally

John Burns, the eminent English labor ; yellow maize, that glittered in the sun- The captives are few, and the terriole witnessed a deed that shall be for the Brown sent in his veto of the revenue form richet jewel in the crown of seems to be."-Washington Star.

authority, says that no,man's services are light like seas of gold. Mingled with Huilzilopochtli is a-hungered. Alreadyis : I glory of the true gods and the good of bill, which had been under considerationfor Queen Victoria. The dazzling beauty of She-"How dJd. you and Tom Hilbw
over nine months before it the Koh-i-Nur diamond well
worth more than 2500 a year. The St. and beyond these were plantations of the his face clouded waen he looks upon our nation. This day has the false priest ted, and the state is out several was hundred adop- glory of the Indian Empire.rprentthe Excluding happen to get married, Blanche!"

James Gazette notes that an exceptionwill I. maguey or aloe, one of the most important Tezcuco. His feasts are no longer red been slain by the arrow of the gods thousand dollars, as the legislature will Burnish it covers a of 1- Blanche-"We were both single, you
and useful products of the with the blood of many captives and which only pierce the heart of him who territory know?" we married
have to back to the "Yes"uWeI.
have be made in beginning.
to the of go miles with
case a population
opers country. Farther in the distance, and his anger has arisen. Bat, 0 Kug, the speaks with a crooked tongue and a 378,04 square to get evtn.-Smith &Gray'* Monthly.She .
Railroad Commissioners and Of this
tenor, as Jean de Ileszke earns that from 'thence extending to the mountains terrible and mighty war god spake: to deceiving spirit. This day have the five Powers 285,0,0. territory ovei
to Cousin has
Fort reached Brunswick Thuisday morning under native ( Georgewho just returned
much in a week. Recently he contributed themselves, were vast forests of the rich thy servant Huitzil face to face, and for priests of the altar been slain by the square mile a
from the "Oh
for the of hearing rulers the the tropics)- ,
to
purpose represent- subject
and flora of the then semi- sacrifice will his be ban. EngliJh.a paramount ".Gerg.de
!
variegated one little anger sword of Quetzalcoatl1He '
one night's salary to the Erving atives from the city council, board of The larger native .States how kind of you to bring
tropical region. ished. The god of gods, Huitzilopoch- raised the blade aloft power.
gleaming trade and the railroads the dear little How
Thomas memorial fund in the shape of a on questionof or territories nine in number: Raj- monkey thoughtful you
One evening, as the sun was castinghis tli, great and terrible, commands that still dripping with the blood of its victims a
building a depot at that place The Central India the MahrattaStates are! But-but-it's just like
check tor $800. At three performances last bright beams on the valley, shed the most favored maiden of Tezcuco be ; the sight of the sacred trophy was lailroads pleaded povertyand said they putana, : 1011-

a week that amounts to the neat sum of ding a refulgent glory over the land- offered on the altar of sacrifice on the the signal for a mighty; shout from the should not be required to provide placefor Hyderabad, Mysor, Travankor, Funny Folk
Kashmir and the MohammedanStates First
125,000 a year, more than the most scape, there stood at the edge of the tenth day hence, and the lot has fallen I listening populace. Then he continued: the<
fashionable forest two men eiija.:(ed in earnest con upon Tula. Thus shall his wrath passover i "Hear the commands of Quetzalcoatl, their money to rest while waiting for Panjab your
physician or the most success- native States, the "Badly! And to add insult
sultation. the head of the King and be kin- the true god, who reigned in the goldenage trains, or shelter from heat and rain.A vaou including t injury

lul lawyer can hope to clear. For the One of these, although young, was died against his enemies. The prophetof of Anahuac! Thus saith the god: Louisville dispatch of Friday says: princpaitie number nearly 500. one of the professors was hr of hearing -
Some wield that I had to loud
last two generations, says the Gazette, clad in the garb of a bih warrior, or the gods has spoken." No more shall offerings of maidens be In the general mix, due to the failure of influence.thee The Nizam great political tone, s I did repeat not a know.very "

famous singers have been paid the most "lord of the realm," with a short tunic The priest retired, and* from the ranks made to the gods of Tezcuco. No more the legislature to pass a number of bills of Hyderabad and main everything Blaetter. -

over which was a cuirass made of thin of the nobles cUe the youngest of all, shall the terrible war god be feared and by the constitutional majority, there is contol 11,000,000, people Fliegende '
enormous rates yet none of them have of The
plates of gold and silver. A magnificentcloak the Prince Nezahualcoyotl. With a I worshiped, for, the day of his power is danger that the electoral vote of ,Kentucky an army 50,000 men. "Do you kill the germs in the hydrant

transmitted auy amount of money to the oi many-hued feathers and a silver profound bow he advanced to where the passed, and peace shall again spread her will be thrown out in the approaching Raja of Gwalior governs 3,000,000 and water, ma'am queried the family phy
soldiers. The
next generation. It is easy come, easy helmet, from the top of which waved a priest had stood, and waiting in silence pinions over the royal city. This day presidential contest. A num- has an army of 22,000 sca. "Yes I try to, doctor"You

go. panache of variegated plumes, sprinkled! until the monarch commanded. shall the maiden Tula become the wife ber of .amendments to the election bill Raja Holkar controls half a million people water :I suppose." "Not now,

-, with precious stones, completed the attireof "Speak 1" of the Prince |Nezahualcoyoti, and the failed to receive a majority vote in the having an army of 8500 men.- doctor; it's s thick we bake it 1" Chicago -

-An interesting contribution to the discussion -, the Prince! for such he was. Then, amid the most respectful silence temple of Huitzilopochtli shall be laid senate, and if Governor Brown's con- Chicago Graphic. News-Recor.
struction of the constitution is
His companion was a man whose hair the prince began: waste. The messenger of the true god, adhered. Wells"! hear that stingy old
of American country roads to the courts serious trouble i I Oddities About the Hirer Nile. Gub
was white with age, yet his eyes Masted "Most noble sire, thou who art in even the messenger of Quetzalcoatl, has by may result -. gold has really married a shop
comes from Professor Richard 'r. Ely since the entire bill may be declared The Nile but a fall of six inches gr.
with energy and his step was still firrcfc very truth my father, many days ago thy spoken." unconstitutional.Lost ha GrigtYt but everybody

who affirms that "poor roads cost this This was Huitzil, priest of the terrible son, the prince, hunted in the forest. Then turning to Tula he raised her to I; to the thousand miles I The overflow nevr would have fallen in love

country on the average over $20 ahorse. war cod, Huitzilopochtli. There found I the maiden Tula in the her feet, and with their arms twined Mines In Arizona. commences in June every year and con- with her i he hadn't found her at the .
i
The thine enemies the robbers of I' tinues until August, attaining an elevation five-cent counter."-Chicago Inter-
." Ho is sustained by Professor younger man was speaking. hands of : I around each other they descended the .
"And thinkest thou not, good Fathei j Tepaneco, who wbald have borne her narrow stairway, to be received with rejoicing The legends of lost mines of fabulous of from twenty-four to twentysixfeet Ocean. .

Jenks, of Knox College, who thinks Huitzil, that my father, the King, will, away to their; haunts. I rescued; her and by the people. wealth in Pima county are almost num- above low-water mark, and flowing Miss Irene Kersmith. (in raptures)-

", |15 a horse is a low estimate for this decree to save the maiden, that she mai, carried her back to her home in the roy. How the old king was shortly after- berless, and it might be truthfully added through the "Valley of Egypt" in a 0, she plays that Beethoven .symphonyso

loss." The Board of Trade, of Knox- become my wife?'' I al city. And I loved the maiden! and ward slain in a battle with the Tepanecs, general mythical. The old timers can tell turbulent body twelve miles wide. beautitullyl" Little Johnny Ker

yule Tenn. has also made the "Nty, Prince Nezahualcoyotl, tha t I we plijjhtetl our troth When the moon and how the Prince Nezahualcoyoti! on them by the hour, and a few have been During the last thousand years there has it a hard piece play?"*
sithHI t
suggestive the Nile
sudden of
may not be. For who would oppose thi; i was high over the fige n oun ain. And ascending the throne completely ban- shown glittering evidences in confirmation been but one roe "Huh, Yes; its very diffi
| JoOnyl
bad dirt roads wonderful
that
computation cost of the tales that of 1829 when 30,000
were
commands the great and awe-inspiring 5 i I ucw, 0 my father, would the priest of ished the worship of Huitzilopochtli, reluctantly people cult. why she's mkin' all
the people of that one commonwealthmore Huitzilopochtli, the god of gods? Anc l I''! the terrible god take the maiden Tula\ as and how upward of forty years he con- cited with superstitious dread of the resultsof drowned. After the waters recede each them ugly faces at it?"-Chicago Tri

than 7,000,000 a year. From has he not spoken through me, hiscfft", 'I.. "" ':";i;<.<> Ofhpi-' maidens there are. ducted the most peaceful and prosperous their perfidy by almost superannuated year the exhalations from the mud are .
clothing that be i is boutm iu Indians and Mexicans. That the prec- simply intolerable to all except natives. bune.A
vant that the maiden must die? et-cir: known the
tables .tie| reign ever during historyof
made other statistics it is followed the third act
upon Call and it. ious metals were mined on a large scalein This mud deposit adds about eight inches come scene
I eir
see
lift not thy hand against the Tczcucaaa as a nation are matters
also:: declared that on a gravel road a my son, I the dim past, says the Arizona Enter- to the soil every and throws a of a e"at a theatre in a Englishprovincial
anointed of the gods I Thou shalt i of history. During his reign human sac- centu
t the evidences already I The villain had met
horse OLD RIP TOBACCO. ; prise, many remaining twelve six-
will draw nearly one and a halftimes muddy
I
others as woithy of thy favor as 'ew mHf rifico was greatly lessened, although not discovered fully verify, yet the investigation into the t his death, and the curtain wa
the load, and on macadam over The world is wide and Huitzilopoclins '11 chew this brand, who nev be until after the conquestof Mexico by the of those that chance has revealed teen feet the it is sea every that year.the T hung three feet above the lowe.blt e.

three times the load he can draw on the its ruler. He who taketh one cau re. tried< before, Spaniards, about 300 years afterward, has seldom proved financially suc- of being the river case plain feet further luth etort to lower it proved unavailing st until

Be advised my" son, Ami it coraian it entirely abolished.-WaverleyMagazine. cussful. Old covered with i tbound
common dirt road. The losses from another. arne> having bought oiue, was arrastras, north now the time of corpse arose from the stage and said,
time not thy hand be guided by the ras0p. back for more. the the decay of centuries, and crude smelting ths and it ia wa il tePtolemie in sepulchral tones, as he dragged down
consumed from beast and only a
wear on nj question
,
that have almost returnedto
of the unbeliever. Sold Truby Sternburg & Co. furnaces the curtain "No
by rest theg.r.rrave
)ne time when the sediment will make a dam even
vehicle and from repairs in indirect ways "My father, thou art wise, but hty A Warbling Girl.A the dusty destiny of all matter speak 1" i
nt hat lady writing in the British :Medical of industries in active that entirely across the Mediterranean Sea.
fall thee that once operation
of those old. It is to
principally art naught
course, upon have the bt
be Try our cig.irs, we A humorous
nrssortmunt Journal that she heard i highly legend
in bosom. .\" says recently a history, and even aboriginal tradition, i appde
., .'engaged in agricultural pursuits. The fierce passion rages mountain my m in the city. young girl of fourteen years "whistle,'' I fails to mention. It would seem that if An Electric Bath-Cabinet t a magnificent drawing by I
like yonder rearingsnowclad
:verage cost whic'-i produce carriers art summit toward the sun. e.t Truby, Sternburg & Con of as her people called it, but "warble" it j j the crude and primitive methods then in i An electric bath-cabinet made by a was daring the last war in Italy;

bear in haulicg to the Knoxville market the fire mountain the flames ro181' really was, for she kept herjmouth slightly j I vogue could profitably recover the prec- Western manufacturer i of the usual group of French Greer arc cpigroud
from the like thou of Write to the P. & C. Exchan'hl' open, and the lips merely tha I ions metals from their rocky matrices size of vapor baths, with a lid encloDgthe a fire that i being put by
surrounding farming region it my bosom. What knowest j Jacksonville, for market prices I lnce notes being formed in the throat,'the modern machinery would find it an easy body completely, except which fall in torrents. Aa old

wtimated at $7.50 a load. This a verify or the love ot youth I tell thee t'el.| fore you ship elsewhere. tjre. centre of it working as a bird's does I I 1 task to reap fortunes from the old mines; which is exposed. Electric bea 1 r Sergeant, a air of satisfaction -

,it:i is authoritively stated, could be love the beautiful Tula, and she shajj: when singing, and the sounds producedwere 1yet, as before stated, the hopeful promiseshave distributed around the lmp.I. rb his hands gi exclaims:

'reduce! one-half my bride, or anoth.r shall sit on'I'* No trouble! to gEt you* mOlt exactly Use those of blackbirds and seldom been fulfilled'ia pursuingheir patient being in of Austrians come in for a
dirt t
road
; upon good throne of Tezcuco in the stead oL a when vou deal with the P. & C. :Fm thrushes. She warbled several airs to development.I fourteen and arrng by gup' drenching! -La Petit Parisian.
-W d J five-sixths un-
over good macadam roads. father. I have said it. I
Fr. change. asR pianoforte accompaniments faultlesslyand I VALrE OF JflSH AS ,t.OOD.-Prof. switch for each group. About sixty Effie-"Did George play football
old
1bat is to the was
i of the chief The visage Qf priest .
one
say expenses to this impetuous OUtbPUson If you are duo anything .on yc his most beautifully modulated, and so W. O. Atwater has just concluded an lap ot liiten-Qdle p"er'ar used while he was at college?" Maud-"No,
borne he
by farmer is doubled throughthe "as replied truth and fahelvHe ct subscription to the TELKGRAPII fear powerful were the notes that her grandmother exhaustive study of the chemical composition bath. The ( I don't think he did" Effie-"Did. he

extravagant economy which perpet- =",- 'My speaks and has the flames orlhe will take oats, corn, fodder, po it who was excessively deaf, could and nutritive'values of food fish of the cabinet are backed by polished row on the cr w Mn-ur never

;:v.G4ta.p>or roads. It is is young, IIJ'I I catch every one without the slightest and the aquatic invertebrates, which is nickel to give reflective power. The heard'anything about It -"Then ,
his bosom chickens or anything eiou
within
1 comparatively tots
fire mountain eggs to- effort! in another room, a little distanceoff. presented the last report issued by the eflect of the strong light brown be must nave baseball.I MmoX
peaking a saving of cents and the wisdom of the gods withheld e- want to turn off, and allow f The i t th plye
a spend In the notes United States Fish Commissioner. had
same room some were skin it been -"He never lid about it. _
'..,, Lag,! of dollars. The amount! of money him.: Huitzilopochtli has openeijgo market price;_ tiull- :A.hn1ng when she pouted. them out at thoroughness of the work can be _understOOd sue. The a i combine effects exp t I'm pretty sore Inyhing', though'*; .

,l annually lost in this country from coast eyes, end I tee into the future. Tnjvc Ripans Tabules assist digestion. l dr"i: foite parts. She had been self- when the statement is printed that and vapor are said to be without tta very queir.t Maud 1

:!t, to coast through badly kept 'king tits upon his throne.in peace. Ripe Tabules cure d pepl a.- ,..(1: r4ht: entirely from "whistling'' to her analyses have been made of the flesh of the usual depressing effects of the .ar EeuT Effia-" heard he. '
"'W: highways dreams not of danger, yet the cacti 123 specimens of American fish, of 64 of "
: '" can only be / f and sitting in the window c'arble' bath alone, m flc Laving an opposite was graduated honoM. =
} guessed at but I td.'LaIJJD
it j from the and 190 of the
some"og his One comes u mollusks and crustaceans,
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at .
prates. .
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'A'CouviiicIng l' 'Episode.A A- million f Friends' j TO the Honorable:r Board of County.CommitfdOBera COMFY
BRADFORD COUNTY f. I STARKE DRUG
TELEGRAPH.PUBLISHED Bradford State of Florida:
A friend indeed County. DUBYSTBOIBG & CO1T
frlen"llri.needt f
convention! of',the. people's. party, ,oftbeilol2ortb "t WeUMiundenigMd, neutered voters of e 1 ,
in KMkra aDd'not:lftMt' than' one, million people ties district No. Lr )r dfard county.
WEEKLY ATHI r* Carolina wu b.A.fnllnd Just such a friend In Dr. I Florida would nost retpect sHy ask foal'Ken- Is located next to the Post
now
r* STlBrg.BBAJrOHD COUNTY.FLORIDA.' last week: fur the purpose of nominiUng King New IMwoverv for Consumption orable Board toaldO C. ). Spark-man tile
( right to sell liquor wine and beer IA Starke In 'If (
ft state ticket., A the of Coughs and Colds if you have nver where the can .find ft \
I.C. man, by name election dirtrict Ko Six. Bradford county and Office, public
WEBB. used this great rough medicine, one
Editor and Publisher. Skinner. was nominated for governor, i trial will convince you lhit It has won I State pray, etc.of Florida. and- jour petitioner- will erer fall clean stock of fresh '

and upon being presented to the convention derful rurailve powers in all diseases of D W Alvarez Owen Owen, F R Morgan. Ed 'Wholesale andRetail Dealers -i'j I .

; UBSCBIFTIOM 1.00 A YEAR. for of the nomination be throat, ehet and lnit't Each bottle i I. I i hlsxmark Chandler. Will-am Knapp. William

_ _ acceptance guaranteed to do nil that is claimed or Walters.Cain hixxmark Leonard.John hiaxmark DRUGS
Entered said, lie uoiiid accept conditionally and monwv will toe refunded. Trial bottles Bally,James hisxmark Sall tt.. Benjamin Kite. ,
Art'rAing to Act of Co.ffret*in W A Cone, J L Wynn. Frank Jones H C Wynn
:' IA* Pmt Office. S1arl Fla., at Second the condition was that if he saw, in the free id SUrke Drug Company's drugstore R J Prescott. JP Bennett W M heir Robert MEDICINES and General Merchandise IS
targe bottles nun and $1. 1 -
Jones Joseph Finiwr Perry Johng. James T
iJlat Mutter. progress of the canvas that the effect of Thomas. Johnnie Johns. N C Walaright. W F TOILET ARTICLES, ,

the people's party in the field would be Our Little Men and Women for September Baiiey. P P Preratt. V R Prevatt.Robert Kite.
'rOB TICKET. Richard Abert,James Albert. Spencer hiaxmark SPECT ACLE8, TRUSSES, etc. A EKE FLO I
is dollar. (
to throw the state of North Carolina to as bright as a new Manyof Clark Louis hisxmark McPheraon. Jack his x e.ID
its stories and poems will remind the mark dimming D K Wainright Charles his x
the and in that k-
,.
republican pll1'1y.1ben U under ,
For Prescdent: little readers lliat vacation is over, and mark lt Sr, K StOle,. Ben hisxmark .. i The Prescription department Staple 1 and Fancy, '

i .GROVEK CLEVELAND. event he should have the right reserved to others will help them to better enjoy their William hisxniark Roberaon. Green hl-xmark the immediate control of-Ma. R R. Groceries
Hamilton. Josph bisxmark Holler.Marcelles
For Vlcc-lVckMent: himself of withdrawing his ,candidacy play lime nUll study time. This is a magazine Wall. E J Lewis John hiaxmark Stepbel FredMartin. JOINER who has had 20 years' experience Any concelvablearticle. I: ,

and 'voting the democratic ticket. Acceptance for younger boya -uid girls, by writ ,J R Martin, J H Dean John Hall S P and
A. E. STEVENSON. ers who best know lair needs and it is Crewg J Crosby, A.E Hutchinson. J W Willi AH prescriptions carefully accurately kind of Provender .
4 1 on this condition was not satisfactory ams. Andrew Crosby, J H Milliard.J J Cone filled Store Sunday Any
For Governor: without a rival. Price f 1 a jear. 10 cents Joseph Johnson.Berry hisxmark Osteen. John day or night. open Feed Hay flt

: HENRY- L MITCHELL to the convention, and he positively a number. Hntson. William McGee. James hisxmark T from 1:30 p. ra. to 330 p. m. for Live Stock. 1i1
But his Jones.RB Strickland. Matthew Johns William
declined the nomination. Babyland for September! i iq a remarkably Starke Fla.
,
Edmon ,
Raraage. Deer Jeffhisxmark Lee Sim
: For Justice Supreme Court: patty friends were so anxious for him to clever number. Its pictures are prel. hisxmark Kelly. Wash Roborson Henry his x mch25 '

R. FEN WICK TAYJAm stand as iu gubernatorial candidate that ty, its jingles are gay. and Us stories ate mark Clark Albert Madge, Lewis hi mark Dry Goods Millinery I
; just such stories as Uahyland makes for Baker,Jesse Johnson. Robert hi&xmark Johnson Election Notice. ,
he was nominated a second and third time J M Henderson. R A Townsend, Wm Gaines A F
1 For Secretary of State: > babies. and are meant captivate mamma Brockm>er. D R )lcRae. Lee hisxmaik Omday i WHEREAS. The leeWatttre of 1891, under tbecoMtltutloo
: JOHN I. CRAWFORD.I for the same position, and in each instance and baby. What would the little folks do iIpi.rv Mittw>II Jr. tlffrtrm A fArdiru. Rj>inhnl1Rachdorf. 'of 1885. of the state of Florida did And Furnishing Goods, all styles, sizes tad prices ,'Jj
.
J called before tbe convention, without Baby hind! 50c a year. 6 cents a .E-E J hU. K L gtr ti&d: ,v-H Underbill. pan a Joint resolution proposing an amendment ClotliingHardware,
: w was number. .'Wm Roberta Henry Hoehle. W C Strick. 0 the constitution of the state of florida Call and satisfy yourself. .
Per Attorney-Geiitral: and prevped to accept unconditionally, land James Hornsby, Edw Williams. Ous Dean, And the aame was agreed to by*vote of tnree- -
W1LLUM B. LAMAR. Fancy for September contains the usual F Feklman. J L Fraze, Alexis Andrews. F A fifths of the members elected to each boWIe; that ',t
but in each instant ho refused tbe nomination number of fchort stories all up to the regular Heat J R Alvarez.James Kite E A Johnson the vote on said joint resolution was entered up For Farmers Builders, Phosphate Miaen. tad J

declaring, he would accept only high ctandsrd. Its 'leading stories by John Uglow.Samuel mark King Wm Find. on their respective Jonmata with the yea and : :
j For Comptroller: ley.Geo K Pace, A Floreua, FJ Field Wiley Rob- nays thereon, and they did determine and direct also Stores, Ranges. Cooking Utea&fls
WILLIAM D. DLOXHAU. on the condition named "Pansy"and Margaret Sidney move alongin f'r,T J Cone, Wm hisxmark WiUiams. CM that the said Joint resolution be submitted to the etc. J
e that interestiug fiu-hlon their authors Sparkman, Simon bLtxmark lcFas on. Sel-on electors of the state at the general election to be
For Treasurer: Mr.. Skinner's action shows that be is a best know bow to adopt, promising a sat- Matthew R PbUxmark Powers Ned hiaxmark held In each county in Florida.On To suit .ny taste and any pocket. Also, fJJ "Ji
in the honestly McLeod H M ParoU. Fortune hiaxmark Hill. A Tuesday.next succeeding the first Monday in Furniture
democrat people's
party, .
CLARENCE II. COLLl 8. isfactory ending. There are poems verse hisxmark D>al, T F Man> ll. James Beaten October. 1802. kiuds of other house
: Furnishing *
1 seeking the adoption nf certain reform and aillclcs wild time popular P. S. Christian bobron Brown. Kobert hisxmark Love. Jasper the said Tuesday being the 4th day of the said Goods. -.

:. Fer Superintendent Pub'ic Instruction- measures. demanded by that party; but if Endeavor corner so highly prized by Brown W Silas Kite,George Fmley, J A J McKia- October. The said Joint resolution reads as follows .' ;l.
ney. U Parish A J Underbill. Noah Strick- :
W. N. SIIEAT3. the fact of the people's party being in the old and young alike. $1 a year, 10 centsa land. R W SecflhKcr,S A Strickland J E Cone ARTICLE I.
; number. Kaaon Woodard. John H PowelL Madison Warren Section 2 of Article X of the constitution is
For CnmmissloncT of Agriculture: field is to result in giving victory to the The above magiizinc arc published by Morgan Brown. J W Cone, M L Johns Jack hereby amended so as to read as follows: "The BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES
hfexmark Brooks. hand Edwards. A S Crosby for in Section 1 of Article X
D. exemption provided
Co. Button.
LUCIUS B. WOMB WELL. then be hIs Lolbrop publishers
t recognizes ,
republican ,
"AI'I party BR Witkov L Willie ('ne. P Burned Joseph of the constitution of Florida shall inure to the ,
c duly to return to the democratic fold and Eckert. Isaac Edwards T M Williams C Gardiner widow and descendants of the party entitled to ,
.,: Presidential Electors: Deserving Praise. ,R S Powell, W W Agin.W H hiaxmark Ward such exemption lathe following proportion, viz: -
i aid' in keeping North Carolina In the democratic Chas F Annan. U M Alvarez J W Alvarez A E One-half thereof to the widow, if there bea
': T. M. 8HACKELFORD. We desire to say to our citizens that Moitt John Warren.August Raue Wm Mitchell. widow, and the remaniuur half to
the action of this
:; B. R BLACK WELL, .. columns; whilst we have been selliiiK "r- Kings Now Thomas Hopkins. Irvin hisxmark Johnson, Chas the child or children and his or their FORYOUR STYLISH A I TURNOUT
convention shows that the people's party, Discovery for Consumption. Dr. King's hiaxmark Dell JulY| htaxmark Oalnes Richard descendants.the latter taking the interest their
AF. MAXWELL. New Life Pill f, Bu, klen'. Arnien Salve hisxmark Robersou. Stephen bisxmark DeSue. parent parents would take if ali S'e. U 'here ,
: in North Carolina, is in full sympathywith i Tom hisxmark Denafleld Sr, Isaac Reynold, W be no child. children or descendants, then the "
N.THOMPSON. and have
and Hiltcn.
( i Electric never W Baisden. J W Brooks Eliah hisxmark Wright, exemption shall inure to the widow if there be
j.. Second District the republican party. handled remedies that sell as well, or Jackson huixnuxrk Lewis, Samuel huounark no will an provided in Section 4 of this article. If SADDLE HORSES
For Congressman : We opine, that the efforts of the people's. that bave given such universal satisfac Jones Wm Brown. Fato Tines W H 1IIin r. J IRoberts. there be no widow then the exemption shall Inure .
CHARLES 31. COOPER. tion. We do not hesitate to guarantee Benj Kit jr. A J Crosby L F Gillyard to I be descendants of the party entitled thereto
party, in this state, to disrupt the democratic them time, nud we stand ready tn J L Gillyard, W Varnes., F C Uayslop Tate ,and SUCh exemptions shall apply to all debts
-I :i For SUte Senator. 15th District: will be held as equally every Powell J K Melclicr Leauder Moore J C Rich except as specified in Section 1 of said article." For Ladies' and Gentlemen's Riding :
refund the if
party purchase price satisfactory
J ard. W H Wlnn, E L Stewart, J W Hicks F D Now then-fore notice of such determination ,
: M. I. McKINNEY. conducive evidence that the pcople'a results do not follow their use. These Hollingawortli. G Strickland.! John Fitzgerald. ia hereby given. with the following instructions:
lemcdieshave won their great popularity W E Wright, P M bisxmarlc Miller. X W Hackett Any elector dei-inng to tote at such electionin arid
For the House o' Representatives: party here is in full sympathy with the purely on their merits. W H Rivers J W Hodges,W w Sapp.J M Alvarez ta\'orof the said amendment shall have writ-

J. L. GASKIN8 and E. P. WARD. republican party. 1 Starke Drug Company Druggist. Wm Tison, C P Caton. E I. Alvarez J G Alvarez ten or printed on the same ballot on which the TEAMING OF ANY KIND. GO T0J. '
R R Joiner, RM Aliun-z. J Klcinschmidt.Wm names of tba person or persons voted for for any
i > v htaxmark Barne W J Gin, Mack Jackson office or offices at huiJ elect ion are writteR or .
What Is the Force Bill? Dratuess Can't be Cared A Terrible Discover/ hifixmark Gray.S M Crew. H N Richard. J W printed. and on the same side thereof as such

Do the people of this county properly by lixiil applications diseased as they of the cannot ear. At the loot of the summer palace, hisxmark Andrews,Albert.James Kllerion Handy Brymer Nathan John Moore hi8xmarkWrigbt. King names Amendment are written," and or any imutcti.el -cior the desiring word"For to votr th- J. W. Alvarez & CO's Livery Stables. .

.{ estimate tbe danger. t> them in the reach tbo portion deafness during the Chinese war, an enterprising J M,.Blitch. W hfcxmark D Carlton. AStetnaiier. apaiunt said amendment. shall have written or .
t There in only one way to euro W K Edwards. J JRhimes, E E printed on Mich lutllor.on the ide thereof above i'
J -force bill"? and that Is by constitutional remedies. officer secured a good many little Wills, Benj Green, Jacob D Monk, Nicholas his x prescribed.tie words "Againt tbe.'mendment" Fine Horses, Carriages and Saddles. Expert Drivers. Draft .ik

The "force bill" is simply' a name for DeafttPKS III caused by au Inflamed con- memorials of the "Son of the Moon and mark McFashion, Israel Johnson Harry Brymer, The votes cant on this qu ntion shall be canvassed
; Yorick Payne" Abraham bisxmaik McFabhion and declaration and return thereof shall be Animals and Vehicles for kind of Hauling. :
diLlon or this mucous lining of the Eustachian First Cousin of the Stars but what always any ,t
election to be Dennis LuxmurL Johns-'n, hisxmark tbe d by the
: an law. pssed by congress, When thi tube pets linn John made by inspectors at county canvassing
t'i of tube. filled him with regret was the information son.T A Cummin Chas McKashion Caesar Me- board and by the staiecanvaf gins board GOOD STABLING AND FEED FOB YOUR HORSES. LOW .t'
; whereby the management and control inflamed you have a rumbling sound or he afterward received Fashion Kit William& Isr>m Wilson. Jonas Hall in the same manner and at the times as vows cast
be election of members of congress and imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely f W E Hutchinson John hisxmark Wallace sam for persons fur ofilo at 'aid election an* required CHARGES. PROMPT ATTENDANCE. '.
clo od. deafness is the result, and unless a native ofiu ial: You barbarians a Hankerson. Douglas Hampton, Wm hisxmark by law to be ranvisM-d.declared and returned

i., presidential' electors is to be taken from the inflammation can be taken out good many things away, but yon left Hampton Mitchell., Andrew sr. Alfred hibxmark bisxniark Jackson Hampton.sr. Henry E inquiring Tn-j attention them to of.au.sea the sheriffis notice called of tbunaid to the election law- STABLES OPPOSITE MOITT'S CARRIAGE FACTORY, STARKE. FUL, {

!'F the operation of the slate laws by which aud this tube restored to its normal condition the lions upon the entrance gates, whichsurprised bisxmark Parker. Henry Willis Willie hisxmark to be published a newc-pa per printed ia the -.

t\ such elections arc now governed and toI hearing will be destroyed forever us much." "Wu didn't Dell,Miles Roberhon,Simon hisxmark Starke. F county. iflh re bt a paprr in the county;and if
Nine 'ses out of tan are caused by catarrh ver D Hanscom. Chas hizmarkLee jr E C Morton. therebe no t nrN-ri'i'l'li'hrtl in tlif c"untj-tli
be governed entirely by the laws of cong which is nothing but an inflamed tn S them as you do, from John Parker.Sam Harris jr, James Vickers Josh shall cause at least flv-copies: of this notice tone FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILWAY.

condition of the mucous surface point of view," replied the hisxmark Bar. e*. B E Alvarez George Mitchell' posted in the molt public l lat-cs in the county.IX .
ress. a Abraham hisxmark Goudwine Thomas his TESTIMONY \\HEBKOF have hiveurto
x FLORID TRUNK LINE. SHORT
This congressional election law, or We will give One Hundred Dollarsfor officer indifferently, "and it was note mark Stuart George Good**me. Moses hiBxmarkWesley set my baud and hare hereunto affixed the ThE ;
: : anywise of deafuwa (caused by ca- to encumber ourselves with brass Gaudy hisxmark Jones, P WSnowden, great seal of Florida at Tullaba>&e. the To all points in South Middle and West Florida Mobile New Orleans i ad the 801dh,.
force bin" gives .lhe judges of the tarrh) that we cannot cure by takingHall's J C Andrews. Ed J Johnson. Robert Payne. H 0 capital this 2d day of June, A. D. 1JS. Direct connections to all points Northwest andNortheast. Efegaai new coaches.
of J'Htarrh Cure. Send for circularsfree. "My good sir, they were solid Richard Jack hisxmark Williams, W M Smith.J JoIKi L CHAWrOBD. Route from Tampa to Clnvinnatiwithoutchange'of sleeper. ,
United States circuit the
courts power F. J. CUE IY &Co., gold.I The officer took to his bed, and Robert*, J S Wynn. P. S. '.. syx-tviarj' of State. : via Monticllo and Thomasyffle.'IIMECAUDIUeKert .
appointing election officers to manage the SPATE OF FLORIDA.Bradford Sheriff Bradford County. Juae 18, Ig9 ..
Toledo O. had a serious from mere I .
remorse
All druggists, Too. ine Couuty. f July 1. I&9Z-3m 3 I 7 SOUTHERN D1VS.I HI" 10 I 2 I IWESTEIIN 1 ': J Jj'-
election of members of and presidential for his want San FranciscoArgonaut _
a. congress J sagacity,- -
Personally appeared before C. 31. Sparknun. 3 50 iS I ? 10 Wa L\ Jacksonville
me 3 50 p !" 10 a Lv FemaiMlma Ar p I a p Ar ttaon 1ZD. '
all action of All There. wbo. being duly that each and ntirt-. JO 735aLv
electors superceding _ sworn. says plHSaLy Callahan Ar 235p 7 a 840p Baldwin Lv 7MbUM.
laws it the election officers Physician called to collect those bills every name or nun k affixed to the foi egoing application Six months after date I will present ray accounts 8 *> p 11 15 a Lv -J cki"nvilJ. Ar 2 k)p r!-30 a 11 r a 853 sat lake City Lv'3 p '.a ..
state so
: gives which I sent you. GenekU of the Ilorseahoe. was ac: and deed of the person purporting and vouchers to the Hon \Vro. F. Mai 9 33 p 11 ft9 p Lv Baldwin I-v 1 45 p 5 45 a I3 41 a l 4-i a.\r Live Oak LT 340p INs.
appointed the to designate an unlimited to bis'ii the 3Jme an-1 that there were aud <( Itl7p il'pAr Starke Ly II 47 a 4 31 a aAr Suwaimee Spes LT V
in for the T
power couutjudJC'
punts county o
Mr. Sqni11sYou are perfeetly welcometo It known that the hoofs of horses
i no fraud bribery or deception in procuring such and of administratorof 12 81 a 223pAr Hawthorne Irll0a 323 a 2Ilal040aAr Madison LT 4 39p IBa
Bradford state Florida as
number deputy marshals, to them, doctor. Here they are, all in one were protected by boots of leather at a'' ,signatures mark the estate of John W. Bu>hnell. deceased, for 1 04 a 251pAr Citra L. 11 01 a. 2 41 a I 43Uall53pAr Monticello LT 320p 4 30 a
packet Pharmaceutical Era. I Sworn and subscribed before 1 settlement and ask for final 3 31 p Ar Silver Springs Lv 9 T3 a i 1J a 115 P Ar Tallahassee LT 1 45 lit a743a ;
the places it gives to the in the final a dischargefrom P
patrol polling ; early period .
; ver word's hitoI' me Aug. 1" 1Wl. }C. M. SPABKXAX.N said administration. 2 14& 34lpAr Ocala Lvlul4a 148Lr 343pAr Quincy Lvl247p 110a .
; judges of the United Stales courts the -- -at a time which at let I D. WArXRIOHT, J A. W. DIDDLE. 705pAr514pAr HomoaagsaIeesburg 7 00 a I too< a .f M P ArBIverJni.ctfonLT UCSpUM a

THE WRONG VALISE.A and Aristotle of whom make I Notary ubiic May 27.lS92.-6in AdminUtrator. 5 00 a545a Lv 843al030p OSlplKOpAr Pensacola LT 090a 14SB
power of appointing a canvassing or returning Ply bAh [SEAL] State of Florida. 510 pAr Tavares Lv 8 14 a 9lOpl SCOaAr Mobile LT llOa

.. hoard for uch state who shall Tonne Bridegroom's Awful Mistake of the fact. leather boots In the County Judge's Court. Bradford County,. 81)9a 1 636pAr Apopka Lv 7 2*a 638p 7 45 aAr e Orleans LT atp
TO the honorable Board of
sometimes studded with metal County Comn'n- State of Florida. J:) a 7 10 p Ar Orlando LT" CO a 315p 11 00 a Ar St. Louis LT 740p
I
ceAify whom the people have elected to a Few Doan Before the 'Wedding. were sinners of DruHorJ County, State of Florida:. By the Judge of said Court, 3 30 a5I5a 443pLv613pAr Wildwood Lv 908al230p 445pAr_ Chicago LT 2OOpFEKXASblNA
It was under circumstances of peculiar nails, but more usually worn without We the undersigned registered voters f ele- DadeCity Lv T 31 a 10.TO p -*
: it requires the clerk of the la.u..c tion district No. Six, Bradford countjStale of Exercising probate Jurisdiction.In _
congress 6:30 a 719pAr Plant City Lv 630a t'17p AXD'cUMBERLAXbROriHCr
extra the of that of the of of .
trimming cheapness the
matter suggestion insolvency ; 6 i ;
of representative to place on the roll of difficulty that Alfred Cbecame a Florida, would most respectfully ask your Honorable the estate of Henry F. York deceased, flied by 7 50 a 8'JOpAr TampaWaldo Lv 5 30 a 810 p _I _60_| _ _, I_ _
-ji benedict the other day. As the bride- commodity making it possible for tho I I Board to grant unto). L. Johns the right W. T.Weeks administrator said estate. 2 OOp Ar LvlU2a 4&p ftSOaLv Jacksonville Ar UOpUOa '

:4! members-fleet tbe names ot the persons elect lived out of town in one of the owner of the steed to "reboot" him at I and license to sell liquors wines and beer in W. T. Weeks administrator of 2 33 p Ar Gainesville Lv 11 12a 550plllCaAr Femandiaa Lv J 3D pt.. a '
Starke, election district No. Six Bradford "THEREAS.
I county 620 Cedar Lv"30a 53)
of Henry F.York.late of Bradford pAr Key P Ar Brun wick Lv II Q a
; such certificates ha time. St. Louis i
boldioj so they neighboring suburbs,he had arranged to any Republic. anil State of Florida mid your petititionen will county State of Florida deceased has this
: participle as members in the the house of friend far ever pray,etc. filed in office of the Insolvt Trains on Southern division lea re Archer daily except Sunday. a*. 3-40 p. m, for WfflMoM.
may organ. go *o a not away day my a suggestion Early Bird gnd Eagle Mine:leave Eagle mine daily except Sunday at t
Sharks Game Fish. II Austin I W Cone. Morgan hi--xmark Brown, of said 4:30 a.m.for Archeraad
ti ion of the house; it authorizes officvrs early in the forenoon. There he was to & Noah Strickland. E v.ixxlan P P Prevatt, OwtnOwen encv These are estate therefore to and admonish intermediate doints. Train leaves Oriedo and Winter Park daily except Sunday. Leave*Ovtod '
As game fishes, shk do not, I think, -. B R Witkovski. W Walter A S Crosby, notify also daily. at 8 9)a m: Winter Park at 8 37 a m. arriving Orlando a m;leaves Orlando dafirat I
- tar the Thtited'States to supervise and control dress for the ceremony, which was to all persons he Iding claims against said estate to Winter Park 5 Oviedo
pm, arrivirg 23pm; 8p m.
stand high; the common of them, J D hisxmark Monk, W W Sapp W M Peek. H C file the same in myoftlce. duly authenticated onor .
; tbe registration of voters. take place, English fashion, at the little the dusky shark when hooked circles Wynn 11 M Hoehle, B-n hid x mark Green. .I F by the 29th day of January, A. D. 18'(1. on and New Pullman Orleans.sleepers for Cincinnati and Tampa and Jacksonville ADd Tampa and JacKMtrriBa
church before 12 o'clock. Send Crosby, J 31 Warns >,W D huxmark Findley. W will be of
village which day there a pro rata distribution
,President Harrison has declared himself round the surface and usually bites W Agin. Jonas Hall.Joseph Holley,M Vail. O W the assets belonging to raid estate, among the Trains on the Fernandina ond Cumberland route leave Jacksonville and Fernat
ing most of his luggage on ahead he o except Sunday. Connects at Fernandina for Dnngenne )
UKxmark Parish, A J Underbill, V R JW.xmarkPreratr. creditors of the Cumberiaad'Inland,Jekyl *Ji
in favor of this election law or force off the lines and If so hooked aame. Brunswick the
Cumberhvnd
forming route and
put his wedding toggery in a hand esap. George nis x mark FmJIey.' Sebron Witness my hand and seal of court this the 29th making connection tor Macon At1aD
till", and tbe republican party has put it valise of those Bat soleleather affairs that the line cnnot the struggle Brown,James Benton B E Alvarez H M Parish day ofJuly, A. D. 1892 nooga and northern and western point. Si nday train leaves Jacksonville S 40 a m.makes
land connection. Leave Fernandina
(one route arrives
R R Chas F Win p in SacfcaoaTtllefr 15pm. .PtUlmanicars
is furious but short the shark M Alvarez w Seckioger, Annan. [SEAL] Wu. F. MALPHCBS,
.. in iu platform. Now if Ifflrrison should giving up Brunswick to Atlanta and Atlanta. Cincinnati and Nashville.
), and boarded the train at the time Mitchell Thomas Hop tins,Irvin JobUllOU,Bobs July 9, 1892. County Judge. ,.
'be re-elected president and the republicans appointed. in much less time than a game fish of Love. Chas Dell,July Uainea,Richard Roberson. information see local agent Ticket office 8C W. Bay street corner Hoean.Denot f.OIIIV. ;

half his such the channel bass, Stephen DeSue,Thomas Denafleld, Isaac Rey Notice ot Election.TO Hogan Mreet. Jacksonville. A. O- macuoneii, On. P. &.'1'A. :
.should again get control of the lower Although naturally very exact and si a nold. Geo W B.IIS.Jen, W W Bahden. Sam Harris X. S. PES I\GTON. Traffic Manacer. ;

::. iwiuw of congrert. congressional election methodical person, he was,not unreason salt or snapper would do- fortune Hill, tVilIu.ra Brt>wn. Fado Tifon J J the Sheriff of Bradford county. State of -V '>-
and Stream. Roberts,C M Si arkman, B Kite jr. August Raue.A Florida: "
law or "force bill" would iuvviublytw ably, rather nervous on this occasion, Fort J Crosby, Cain bisxmark Leonard. Wm hUx KNOW YE that L JOHN L. CRAWFORD. Secretary SUMMER RATES.THE
and having left his seat to speak to a mark Robiusou, W M (Game Albert Mudge A of State for the State of Florida .
't parsed and then the republican purl F Brockrayer Edward Lewis J T Jones, Wm do hereby give notice that a
:. ,, friend in the forward part of the car just McGee. RicharJ Tow'' .R B Strickland.Mack General Election "
would bare it in its to GEORGIA SOUTHERN
power perpetuate before reaching the station he hurried John V red Kellum. H CI la Wop,Simeon Kelley Will be held in Bradford county State of Florida, I AND FLORIDA R. R. is now prt <;

.,it. rl/. inltvpched in the possession of the back aa the brakeman called out the jOY4 Was'i Roberson, Henry Clark, Lotus Baker. Jes on Tuesday next succeeding tbe First paring rates for the travel out of Florida to. all summer resorts vluehwill .
John-sou. Rob Johnson J W Hick J M Hen Monday in October A. D. l& ,the -
: pivernment. without any mransof dis- name of his place of destination, and derson F D HoHogsworth. John demons B.U ,-aidThesdaybeingthe shortly be placed on Male. f

p Carlton. K L Stewart John Dean Goo E Pac.E .-. FOURTH DAY OF OCTOBER, This line is the shortest and '
lodging it, and all of us know tbd it seizing what he supposed WM his bog as fastest out Florida the Wwt",4
tiil\'. Isaac Edwards. Edward Dees. P P For a Governor of the state of Florida. carrying
; .;, wuuld.use such means t<> perpetuate ill. it lay in an otherwise empty seat, he wae Clark RcHa.' .. J L billiard L F Gilltard. C P For one Justice Supreme Court of Florida. India mail to all points west ami north" est. Trains arrive and depart'l

: off and almost before the train bad Caso ;.Elmer Alvarez. W 31 Ramuiagr.John Hud For a Secretary of State of the state of Florida. from union depot in Palatka) and Macon.
ptiwtr.t it not |Kt ting strange that away Connection made with all hna'1
son.U K Joiner.SilAS Kite.J H Powell S B John For an Attorney-General of the state of Florida.
southern men tailing themselves democrats come "to a standstill. Arriving at hie J J Rhimes. Joseph Findley. E Strickland. I For a Comptroller the state of Florida. in Macon with the vestibule limited for the Carolinas, Virginia and Jk. -',
W arl"t':1 Bnioks. Henry Mitchellsr.U W Stnvk- For a Treasurer of the state of Florida. r
friend's house he found that there
'utddjuin thin ptoplc'd party and was land. K WiII A K Mitt Abram Good wine. Geo For a Superintendent Public Instruction of the east, and with through sleeping) far lines for resorts in Tt'n'nessec.K t: ::
an hour ahead of him before it was time H G.:rimer. Frank Jones. John II Robert F Ktate or Florida.
to that extent aid the iepubliran in gel- W II L'nileihiU.P vSuowden.. J.uns of for tuckv and all points north and northwest. Sleeping) between Palatl A
to dress, so he consigned his bag to the ""ldnl1l1. For a CunimisMouer Agriculture thtl slat car :
ting into such a jstmouI lIurnsbXt Williams. W C Strickland. J E of F1one!" and Macon. Trains leave as follows Palatka
.1\
: 5
servant and followed his host into hia 'one Gua Ucaa. E M Strickland. J C Andrews Fora Senator for 15Ui enatorul district. 40 a. m. and 8 15 p/ik.

"den" to calm his mind with a good cigar J C('lImlUin'" Jr. Kliain W tson. John Uglow.W For two members of the House of Ueprtwe&talives. Hampton, C 51 a. m. and 9 37 j p. m., Lake City, 8 03 a. m. and 10 55 p.- t
llarris9u-flaJrknd' of L ;
the people'party. E Wright J Frazre Jas Kite Joseph John P. KNAPP
A.
Traffic
I harrison and thu before the momentous event. san.Wm H Miner. J Alvarez. T A Cummings, For a County Judge.For Manaevr. JAJEs H3KNXIKS, Oen.agt.EASTTERNII.udN .
republican party But he had hardly made himself comfortable OM Aharez Win Tison J M Blitch. H 0 RIchard a Clerk of the Circuit Court.

; ;: are lr t$S l" disrupt time democratic party before the butler-entered with John UuSie Benj Kite David Kite. P Johns For a Sheriff
a
; J W H & J P Bennett.
"in'thvVoulli S Prescott. 1It'Y. N C Fore Tax As."e sor.
and liri-nk in pittrs the"& >lid countenance that bespoke an extraordinary VainrighL E A Gaines Elijah Wright. W }I For a Tax Collector.

: outh"; the people's party i ill trying to dis- effort to maintain his gravity. I Smith. P Bnrn-sfd E E Johns. J R Alvarez T J For a a Coun'v 1 reasurer.For ,
POWDERAbsolutely O'II F A Hes*. \V J Glisroa J W H' ilges. JohnA a County Sujierlateudent of Public Instruc
;; iCmiLJltedcmiXrtatic party in Florida" iu "Beg pardon,sir,but there must be tome Ma'nu'en! C Gardiner. John Fitz er lJ. USPuue.l tion. .
mistake will please to see what hare ; J W WilJi.u.-TI Willmms. G hisxmarkJone For a Cou'ity Surveyor.For e RAILWAY.a
.. :: nler to get iu power ilbelt ; harrison .nil ; you Pure. B W Lexmark Wniiums. X W H.ickett. a Justice the Peace in and for the follow 0
.4 '' the republican party arc in fuvor of the tides 1 found in your bag, sir?" Quite FJF.fcM.J: U Alwrz JCKu-lurd. W A Bailey ing Justice Dittru't, viz: '

bewildered, Ctogether with his A cream of tarter baking powder.! Highest of .1 B RoJ4:1 t.. Joseph! Eikert. Jat-k hi.sxmark Williams. No. One, SCHEDULES OF DAILY TRAINS IN
; "furcu bill" to enable them "
: to nmtnrtccti an in N Moore. W AB--s-iit. II X liichard. Tate Two.
.n.ln the south the friend, followed the man upstairs and leavening Food 8trClgb.-Ltt.t C.. S Government Powell. D. J w Andrews. James his x mark Three, EFFFCT JUNE 12th. 1892.CZX.AND7LLIMIYZD" .
; people's partyi found neatly ranged on the bed what was Parish. Edmon hisxiuark Chandler. W II Rivers.A ". Four

silent in reganl to its position nn U.e evidently the contents of a drummer'sbag Rout IUKIKO. POWDER--Co.. lo Wall St., N. Y. L von Kirn.Jaiur rJImon M L Johns. D W .. Ic, ..- .. Miosrmci,iLv '" ,
Alvan-z. Kit hi-xlII&rk Willitm.J. Kd J Johnson SlT. s..a"AJCOOAHY'LLa""VT1Io
\ .
'force bill", nnd the inference is that the of samples cotton "union garment 1'18A r.Robert Pa>ne. Cai-sar bisxm.-irl. 3fct' shlon. Sten, I LT I.ck oonUe.. .I CSOp IccksonvUle.. i OJ.! Jacksonville... ... I J O ... :'

people's party i U 111'harmony with the ," child' size; four different stylesof I lFT7le.YrJP1fJ.d iey. f'liarlcy Mera,hion.A Stemecker W F hdwardg .". Eight I Lv C.llih.n.... w 1 'PI' LvCallahaa .... I. : I r Ar Atlanta........I ...' I I lopi sS .
E .rl. W EHut htp!f>n.John hi,xmnrk Wri ht. King Nine, LT Waycros.. ..... UOp Lv \ :.. -. .. I Olia LT Atlanta .. ...I. ... W 5ip J. ,
: republican$ party on the is uc of the "forceliIU" braces, a patent seam corset, eight D.wlM PrICeS 8kee ,which K 11. hsxniark .'Ibert. TomW I'ujnQ M<*Fa.liKn. 4. Ten. LT. ........iii ISp503a Lv letup ........ ::0ue1 .\iuttanooca ...L. I".I I.
: pt. aaked .th u A McFa"hioll. sick hisxui Eleven. Ar : .... Ar.laco. ..... _
samples of collar buttons half dozen irk McF"hiKn Alfr.1 D. .I I 4SV l.v Chauanuo ... S5IMP: .
; ; Kolb, people'* party cutididale for a KO hisxmcrk UUllpt.ISinon| j.xmlrk McF -hi,,,. For a Constable in dud lor the following Justice LTMaeoo........ ..I 51Da.v2dcon ....-. .. ... ,oj Knraville .... )1)11I 54Oj Ii' I. .
governor iu the recent diction in Al"lm4n ties of flaring colors stamped "correct .. 8'IK. Emu Jol.n*)II. Jack Bnokn S A Strickland. Districts viz: Ar Atlanta.LvAUuta....... S 4 Ar AiUntaLv .. ._ I Itpj LT KnoxrrU ..... tJ 1a 1O1 Ills
style," and other goods of tho same kind. Spenct-r Clark. John Stt-pher.W R Dell. Israel :. One. .... loop Atlanta .. I .. 10 a p1' ilorr iowAr _... 9tt1.1UW., I. :
R-' <4, though defeated! is orgunizUg l icon. Johnson. Ilanitr Brymer. It hisxmark Powers Two Ar Cllattaaooga.r$ Cittanoete..I .. S \r 1nscd ... I .. I SUPJ 1.\
Of course the explanation was obvious; Dan hisxmark Jobn John Three, LT Chattanooga. 7itp3ii Lv Chattsnou1a ..t .I '00 "
n. hisxtnurk Wall are i I Kpannke .. I .., I ,139111P
with Jotii ..
tent elected n* a democrat he had taken the wrong bag, and his own Robert Kite. Harry Brymer. Henry hb-Smnrk Four JVr BoTKin........ .\r Borgia .:... .. %?'PI.\rShnah'ahe 51. t ,
for the office, and is with l1tcht'lljr. Miles RoUrson. B (h.teeii. JT Thom- Five Ciaanoati... .. 71:1r! Cincinnati... . 5 no
negotiating tin -
: wedding suit was en route for Boston : IJPt'r'u"hiA..tUD .. i'' f JOa 1 "
ai. Simon hixXmark Stnrke. Andrew bUXmark Six. Cincinnati. ......, ;!, &U __ "O Ipl "
National' republican executive committee,, without either bride or bridegroom, on Jackson.D Hampton. Will hisXm.irk Hampton. feeven. Ar C>:_-.... ._u.i 32"o',LvrChici-,. .1 I ;'OtaJ ,;.\r luAr ".Elmore.. ..- I.. 11110 ..J .

Samuel hisXmnrk HanLeixon. F D Hanscom. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have J .. -.- ll< .y il.v .
tundg |
fur contest with. Now is it a wedding tour of its own. .ur%I" :> I.
Fortunately
noplain John Hall. Samuel DeSue. Chas hi"Xmark l ee. [L. S 1 hereunto set my hand and affixed tbe Ar_ !,AI' Ieiwii!. I .1. fI-p,. [ II 'e.tJallSSII'... .. I I u.1.1.il'
t' that if Harrison should be re-dectti his friend was a man of about the same E C Morton. J R Martin John Parker.J'l8h Great Seal of the State of Florida at Tallahas LT Louisri1le..I.ll. .\r..e..w.'' .. : : 'IJ <
.
Barnes.Sam H the Capital, this the 9th day of ; I 1 2. 1.-
size and : outfit he
k by borrowing an Ar I
was ; .
rvsIiIent, he would appoint iK-ople's PHI mark Wickers Henry Willis. George hisXmark July A. B.189t .aArM.rnphk; !, 1.vtri.iuwi- .:_. -I.2\.
:-' men to office iu Plot 1\la? enabled to reach the church in time and Mitchell.Mack DeSue. A J Greene.Thomas Stew. JOHN L. CRAWFORD.P. Pullman buffet siccThi: SIc. vrs \1'A.h1,Ue .j r J 1.pl ._,
t, t ly no one was any the wiser. The story. ard.W M Robert Fred Martin. Sam King. Nelson S. CBKW, Setretaiy of State. Jacksonville to CiuciiuatiC.\ttinnoi I C\&U"It..r.- .: ., 11.M'
,.
and ,. U tr "
Matthew George Goodwine. P Miller. Sheriff. Bradford County. elegant day C A>.IILS : ) Cinclnll"I D.y co .c.Jl's1! ; .lfYw.l"l'fk vhi r
t.. j The Jasper News, in referring to the leaked out, however, and on his return 1 M'' es hitOtmurk Wesley. Gainey Jones Wil.'y Aug. 5, 18..2. 'Jacksonville to Ch.ua.IJ"Ir.nwille toJesp,¬ JuuP i'li. CPCTC C..atftn.. tti I r.-

republicans! of its county in connection from the honeymoon trip he had a lively Cone U"lotls..n.Jff Leauder r. Sed Moore.McLeoJ.John Baliey Joseph pooga without change. _'to Ci3ttano i.itloiitcitnrc.XCVISS10N 'llarmourtr. T1i-sls..QJO.Chattanooga e r.ki un.a' slrcP ..'1'VHER

'; :: half hour at his club. New York Trib-- STAn OF $ TICKETsVashiu rton ,l* Sh.-.alndoala Jssd- ->
with the leaders of the people's party,, une. Briuiforil JI'.lJIUDA.l County tPel On tale from May 15 to Sept.30. Limited to Oct. 31, iSoa. [and the B. & O.n.n..UIIo '- '

say: uTi.... (meaning the republicuuore ) sniiillv appeared before me M. L. Ji-hns Fall information TO ALL relative SUMMER to rates,BESOBTS hotels etc.. cheerfully}ith Limit*"Royal raise Blue UCollege L iie.u."Led '

not at all retuly to entrust their liberty Civilization and Motherhood. cl! nameormar-'afllxedto wio.! belngduU sworn.83'S the that each and oery furnished. Every letter of Inquiry answered in detail. Urt a.luw.Iz aav M1.-il u. i

i. y anti pnispec'H in the hands of such sculawajft Nature intended woman to be beautiful .. _ ti-.n wan the act and tleed of the foregoing person purpoi a:>phc.i\'t. For berth FRANK reservaijoosrates M. .olden. ,etc..apply to ticket r*nu throo lMMrt Florida or taT .."
lustusi nthe and lI&I P.A ti West Bay Street AMor (.
same that
,healthy and happy. But her multiplied ; there were no BIOCIyaCkaOSIII
AS Biukin. DJ-inn & Co. They will fruud. l,nl>e.ry or deception in procuring such &.W.WRKNN.G.P.&T.A..Knoxvile.Tenn.) CHAS N. IGIIT. "
miseries have prevented her from W. L DOUGLAS signatures or marlui. --
t lrut an open democrat rather thin II properly performing her maternal mission Sworn anil subscribed to before)
traitorous .., :Wll and' though the political impaired her physical functionsand sa SHOE CEN4LJIEN me Auj.'fil N. D I II9-'V l. .il RJOUT. ,1-II. U Jon 8. ,,

I : leaders of the republhun party in poisoned the sources of new life. I 1 BEST 8H0E VITHEEBLOFURTHENOILI Notary Public i-nvtleie ofl-tctnrt *. .ulust. ,
I rnin. .ewed shoe, (Sat ,rilZ not "P,nn [SEAL] State of Morida. :.:. .
; Florida may irc the succt-ss of tlll'-ll' The mothers one generation mold ealt. wamleM amooth Inside, flexible, more comIortaMe.styllh 'am. A|>;>iratn in Varuirrhilt Hf I "
-- --- 11.
,. scalawags there are repu' IiCl&u ill the men and women of the next. A sick I IdduetlaOuheyw (UniverMty. Three larir*KuiF'
;. many i oUaftUprioa. Notice of Election. gs.Facnttyo( :Mils trT
Eu c
mother troni$4 to tf- I ac to ,
this county that will ncy.'r'utt for them cannot produce healthy descend. : (' MBsie. Art. CtMMtfe*.
J 4SS
4 a. naod"w"lnecl The TO all and singular the Shi-ruTs of the several p Cymaas4am.I>resaHM.
Scalawagism is n plant that will never: ants. She is simply a transmitter of !I f Y th $ Imported sold crtiintifs of the State of Florida: fitr. Gut. W. F. frit* O. D.. *idint. tashvi. :
sickness to And the KNOW YE. thut JOHN f
posterity. majority aO I. L. CRAWFORD. I
flourish on Hamilton soil Tin .lt'1eu _:1;!'
county of mankind are born sick. So the chief t 1$3 ,W farmnev a. f'n tri< of Stme for tlt' State of Florida do ,
hereby KiM-'nut'ce! thataGENERAL -
democrats wlln't bave it
I true the liont ba.
; causes sickness are continued, and : -. ta e tWa"I w ELECTION: .1' flflMljmenand vroincn suffer Bradford Lodge, No 42, Fft NiV
: republicans htre'o't .lake it, and tli. the tide ot 'human infirmity flows forever .I. Piae cir 2.2S sad 0.00 Wrk. will!be heM.in at-h county In the state of Florida BROKEN UUIIUhg horn anv form of -inunklayniichl before ikS tbi j -
y dou' ** t eVe Skoes .lU give more o TiM-td\ n..xtCuCCt..lluJth. First )" ''\ in WSKASE-caiiM-curea valuabU I Sunday In escit --
respectable negroes : want it, onward.In D u other 'Thei are .fOt :\on'mh' .\. I' 1'tP2. :h-oid Tu"C-Y' Idlli the their affliction sealed) iree. and (1 Wit. F. 3LILFUVR1IWZ
TbU point is well taken by the repubJlajan civilized life not one woman in five ) mae Ml that a I. il0HTH DAY OF (\-)1BIU. learn how they can be cared at home by writing J. E. WAIIIiOB?. ttc.
I bavstesM Ulo& 1lp F.r 4. -.ir lYesidntial-:'&-tors. DR. PARKER& CO..WO N. Cherry street Navh-
i.. '. of Hamilton county, ns the Jasper hundred is fitted for the office of mother.i 00 .'I .. and .. $1. =! 1'..ruIP pretvntnthcof ofOic Fir t "On's.ion:11 YUle.Ten II. Better write to-tlay.delays are oangproiM. -
: hood of ai ota'the=ev H-srtnct of Florida in thi-iU 1 Please state trouble and bow i. o. o.
account of long
on complaints i-ougri-sj the your
commonto
.. 3S.ws states it. Am in the expression.Haikln United Slate ,_. afflicted. fi9 II meeting every Tii
Mann & Co," it is understood the sex. This may seem a startling Ld1sF A For one Kfprr-rnt stive of the Second congrea>- night in their nafl.ieot TNS:1

statement, but it is amply,attested by ions district of Florida iu the 53J cungresnofIX ,; brotbrninvited.
o"c J.O.
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$ COUSTV TELEGR/PH Our chief,Wllf be home .. ,', Who Want Office.Mr ,: -
gnuou! \ Tuesday; -NoUee.. "- ANNOUNCEMENTS.For .
& .' :Alrs.! G Ci ney and'Mra; J Chag *The democratic club .will..meet at the :'W' :"TI ODis 'candIdate'for. sheriff. STARKE DRUG CO .
siaaSf8 Sheriff.
--- Richard l left Monday last for court house Id-night\ (Friday) 7:80 fX: m. : Be is one of the solid men of the ,

Fla. Aug. 26,1892.affairs boro Ga Jonea-. The question of "How to 'increase the county, and his many friends will be gladof I hereby announce myself a candidate
,
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:, volume of money, or circulating medium"will a chance to vote for hint. Mr. TISon.in .f- r I for the office of Sheriff:; of Bradford_coun- @

. ; ,. J W Alvarez & Co. will be discussed by N. W. Hackett and his late capacity as deputy sheriff details [Next to Post Office.] .H ty. and! ask the suffrage of the.voters at
the
furnish Thos. E. Bugg. Everybody invited to gained a thorough insight into all -
)'
flour when. trip at reasonable capable man and. if elected, will make us ,AvsTI.I .
*by buy inferior you price. B9 WINC OF CAtOUl, a Tonic for Women. a good sheriff.A HAVE A FULL LINE OF

Hw<<*t Home at the same .. hereby announce myself a candidate
eaaget & Richard.A A A Johns has a fine specimen of Ho For the Barbacue at Lake necandidute for tux assessor is Mr. for re-election as Sheriff of Bradford coun

price at Heiberger home raised tobacco on exhibit at Butler. Marion F. Moore, so well Known throughout ty. and solicit the support of the voters at
full line of paints at the btarke the county as an ardent' worker Indemocracy's the fall,election Rcspsctfullv.v.j-_
Co.'s Excursion
& Co. Drug store. train on F. C. & P. to con cause. Mr. Moore is in his Fresh Dr-o..gs, 3.
Truby, Stcrnburg nect at Hampton with ,train on G. S. & fine P. CREWS.I
of courteous deportment,
Mr. best ,
H
years
J.Jones' white dieM goods Austin wishes us to say F. going north. will leave Lawtey on the education and great capacity for work. Toilet Artioles etc. hereby announce myself a candidatefor
Seel' that he is in the race for sheriff to 31st inst. tit 3:15 o'clock a. m.; leave He has studied economic questions deeply the office of 5?lieu II uf ttrudford county -

bffore you purchase. the finish and that any report to the Starke at 4:31 o'clock a. m. and arrive at and. if elected, will guided in as- and respectfully solicit; the support of

of ladies' black silk urnWlas contrary is false. Hampton at 5:15 o'clock a. m. sessment by his love of justice and keen the vojers at the coming election.IlespiTlfully .
Oar line Round trip ticket to Hampton on F. C. insight into comparative values. JUST RECEIVED( A FRESH LOT OF .
cannot be surpassed. lr8. A & P. from Lawtey 75 cents; from Starke, F. Si. BYRD
Bailey is on a visit to her 49 Mr. Hardy N. Hodges has at last con-
Truby Sternburg & Co. cents. No advice.of excursion rates on
old home near Starke, with her twochildren. G. 8. & F. sented to please his many friends by IK- The friends of Everett E. Johns announce -

>r j."Jones bas a full stock of Her baby has been quite There will be brass band at the bar coming a candidate for the assessorship. GARDEN SEEDSIN him a candidate for the office of
.
coffins and caskets sick but is much better. bacue. HIs district Providence-has been much Sheriff of Bradford county and solicitfor
supplies
funeral neglected thus far and it is but Justice that him the suffrage at the coming elec'

at all prices. Capt. BLACK-OIAU6MT tea ann CouiUon.A her candidate should be considered by the lion. Itespectfuhy.
Heiberger carried off his other districts this time. Mr. Hodges is BULK. MANY FRlE Dd.
All kinds of hauling done promptly company of Florida State Troops on Query. well known as a gentleman of honor and ,

at J. 'V'. Alvarez & Co.'s stables. I the early morning train yesterday, The undersigned has been requested by ability; his many good qualities have won I hereby announce myself as a candidate -

for the encampment at St. many persons, in our city'as well as the for him friends among all parties, and for MR. R. R. JOINER, who has had twenty years' experience, fills for the office of Sheriff of Bradford
Domestic and New Home sewing I AugUstine. country, to inquire the reason why Mr. that reason, probably. he addresses himself county. and respectfully solicit* the sup

machines for sale by J. H. Dean, our city marshal makes sucha to no one party in particular.I all Prescriptions, day and night. port of the voters at thecoming 1L ell'Ctioo.Hespt.'ClfuJly. .

Sternburg & Co. Miss discrimination between his own relatives that Wm. F. Maihurs Q. REAVES.
Mollie understand Judge
Truby, Minnie Bingham and Miss i and other citizens in the matter of arrests > announcement as a candidate for STORE OPEN SUNDAY 1.30 TO 3.30 P. M. I hereby announce myself a candidate

J. G. Alvarez for the latest Bartley, of Melrose, accompanied for disorderly conduct. One Saturday re-election to the office of county judge for the office of Sheriff of Bradford roul-

Go to collars. Mrs. Looney to Jonesboro, lately. young Seckinger got into a fight I will appear in to-day's issue. Dunng his ty and promise if elected, to faithfully

styles of gents' Ga., where they expect to go to with Ned Williams at which occasion the I four years' term the judge has had before LACRANC6EOUU. discharge my duty.
COLLEGE
Jacksonville consign- Prof. Looney's school. former struck the latter several ugly him some of the most important cases < LAGRANGE FEMALE W. D. ALVAREZ.
Send your blows in the face, and caused a large in the and by the .
Producer'sand ever brought county I hereby announce myself as a candidate -
to the Florida of The Utmmtare. ...!*. Art. NraI mrs.. DlWlmattll--tnewritIDg.
who
J1)Cnu tf On Sunday last, while M L Johns .gatheung people. many strict impaitlality of his rulings and adherence ,tcB< Consumers' Exchange. and J M Alvarez knew of this affair were expecting to to law has shown that he is both : .BookkMpiug.barmnD).phjHical culture/r .eSS.IS1 aaI- county and respectfully solicit the surport -
were out driving, see it docketed, but were surprised to learn in the faithful discharge .... .!_'..Send for"Ulog.ll
and just 1W5-86.1891-9!
headquarters the horse fell competent a. ; IICIIfOD bcoliullellCeJa'" S..1Iet. of the vokrs at the coming election.:
Don't forget that we are throwing both partiesout. that Mr. Dean had made no report what. of the sacred functionsof his office Enrolled,. 194 x-fta Ial \\f' liLt .CMITM s*... Respectfully. WM. TISON.
for Janus Means' shoes. Mr. Johns was kicked several ever of the matter. Now we want to During his term there has been much improvement K'Pupils S 177 I !VIU$ ..$MIT. ;P".., UOIKE 61E.

Truby, Sternburg & Co. times, but not seriously. know the reason for such leniency for his ; the office has been furnished For Clerk ot Circuit Court.I .
own relatives while he reports other peo with a complete set of record books and a

Curtain poles and lace curtains at Messrs. J W Hull and J S Brown pIe on very slight grounds indeed. safe. so that during his said term of office )Je STEWART, M. D. FOR SALEThe re hereby election announce to the office mvpclf of a Clerk candidatefor ot the

J. G. Alvarez. have seen the "elephant" in New II. AUSTIN. the duties have been well done, and our Circuit! court of Bradford county and
eELREE'S WINE OF CARDUI for Weak Ncrret. records in that office are systematically Office vithStarke : .
York and are now the Hudson. following described property located respectfully solicit the support of my fellow
table damask in the up and for which he was highly
The nicest safely kept. citizens at the election.
within the limits of the ensuing
J. Jones' cheap mammothdry They will visit many points of interest Mr. F. R. Morgan Heard From. ; complimented by the last grand jury; in corpoiate
N. Drug Company.inyStf Very respectfully.W. .
city at before 'We town of Starke:; is offered for sale:
they return. Westchester. N. Y.., Aug. 24. 1692. heir general presentment die/ say: T. WEEKS.
goodsstore._ also dud the county judge's office in a Two Acres of Land
Myself and son are spending a few daysin
The best Rio coffee 5 Ib. for 11 Increasing public spirit among our, better condition than ever befoie in Bradford well fenced, upon which is a good. well For Tax Collector.
this city with Rev. R. B. Mattice. Miss TATE POWELL M. 0.
citizens is shown which has recently been supplied -
by the several county ,
& Richard's.Just new and 1 hereby announce myself a J candidate
at Heiberger Carrie Dobm, of No. 101 W. 22d street, with a safe and new set of books." painted plastered two-story dwelling; .

received a full line of James Tbe pumps last lately is by put Mr.up on A E our Moitt streets., in New York city, is also here to spend the And ment surely in favor this of should his re-election be a strong in October argue PHYSICIAN AND SU GEON. an the clay excellent; good well stable of water and outbuilding bricked from for reelection of Bradford to county the office and of Tax respectfully Collector -

Means' shoes at J. G. Alvarez.A front of the smith day. This is a beautiful suburban towo. solicit the sUllport'of my fellow
gun shop.A
of coffins and caskets about nine miles from New York, on the next.Everybody know Judge Malphurs to bea Office at Cailttn Drue Store. The following is a list of the Trees grow- citizens. Respectfully
stock M. 31. HALE.
new weather.vane shaped like a fish Harlem River railroad. The country is staunch democrat aud an honest, conscientious STARKE FLORIDA ing upon the place:

at N. J. Jones. I' is our town's latest novelty. As it grand beyond description; roads are fine, man faithful in all things, and I myl5tf 90 Plum Trees, 13 varieties, 2d year I hereby announce myself a candidate

Have you tried Sweet Home flour? was put up after the wet weatherset land and never recreant to any trust or wanting in I bearing; Chestnuts 5,2 varieties Apples for the office of Tax Collector of Bradford .
covered with
rolling veletygrass
I therefore his host of friends L 'PEEKATTORNEYAXLAW i and ask the
The sales are increasing every day. in, it; was probably intended any measure: COMER 6 trees ((3 Standard) 3 on Pear roots; county respectfully support
as a ; fine shade trees on every hand; the will spare no efforts to secure his re-elcc- and NOTARft !. of the voters at the coming election.
The best trade uses it. For sale by : satire on our city's drainage. woods are exquisite, such fine growth of tion. TAX PATEII. -and- 40 Orange Trees. 4 varieties; 77 Pear, Respectfully, R. A. TOWXBKND.
Heiberger & Richard. : 4 varieties 7 Persimmon
lion. John D Johns who has been trees! The finest race track in the United NeEIr.e's WINE OF CaRDUl tar female diseaus.Free. Fire Insurance. : Apricot ; The friends of W. A. Crosby respectfully
endless States is ana Represents LIVERPOOL LONDON & GLOBE, 77. choicest varieties; Peach 80. large announce him a candidate for the
Spring goods in an quantity paralyzed for several months sub near by owned by John WASHINGTON, GREENWICH.
PROVIDENCE
!
Scholarship. selected varieties 2. Chinese. office of Tax Collector for Bradford
J. Jones' mammoth store. SECURITY, and HARTFORD Fire Insurance'I ; Quince coun
at N. mitted to Morns the Louisiana lottery king, whose
'';: a trephine operation in White Springs. Fla., Aug. 15. 1892. Companies. Choice lots of Land in town and All the above trees are in bearing most ty. and having confidence in his merit
J. G. Alvarez has just received a hopes that it would restore him to income is twenty millions per annum. Editor TKr.F.GluPThcre is a free county for sale. and ability to perform the duties of the
of them in their second
load of "Diploma" flour. health again. At present he is doing His estate is paradise itself. The lawnsare STARKE .. FLORIDA. year. office, do earnestly solicit for him the..
in
car scholarship due a student of either sex, JnelStf
well. kept as nice as a parlor floor. He has This place must be seen to be apprcci- suffrages of our fellow citizens.

Our stock: of groceries is the most 80 horses,and some 50 servants. Here the Florida Normal School and Business Frazee & Hall aeed. For further information apply to Respectfully. MANY FRIEND

The the colored College White Spring, Fbi for the ensuing
and is
in town prices way way man pet-
complete also resides P. the
C. Huntington, great DR. A. L. SCOTT" For Tax Assessor.
ted from all sides will school beginning Sept. 12. and Counsellors at Law
hard now, year Att'ys
down to pan.'rruby tempt Pacific railroad king. His house and I :I hereby announce myself candidate
Sternburg & Co. many: to sing the old "I d Your state senator has.the power of ap. Starke, Fla.
song, grounds are ot matchless beauty.F. ROOM NO. 1. JONES' BLOCK. for election to the office of Tax Assessorof
rather be a nigger than a poor white KHDtment. For information address me Bradford county at the ensuing election

Wagons and wheelbarrows at man.Vell, Cuffee takes what R. MORGAN. as above. J. L. KIPWORTII. STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA.And U.D.MINERWatchmaker and respectfully solicit the supportof

Morgan's Bazar. taffy he can and then Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Downey Bulld'g. cor. Third and my fellow citizens. Respectfully.
get votes to
** -_ suit himself. The best salve in the world for cuts, McElree's Wine of Cardul Center*trs-. Fernandina Fla. I Ijyl1 J. E. %WAixmonr.I .

"vAsk I C Webb for cardp, stencils bruises, sores. ulcers, salt raeum, fever THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT announce myself a candidatefor

etc. of the Florida Producers' andConsumers' In short sores, tetter, chapped banda. chilblains, and art H. E. LAOERGBEN Tax Assessor for Bradford county.
tf I a time the veterans and corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively (or' sale by the following merchants M and and solicit the suffrage of the voters .atthe
Exchange.
widows of the old Indian war in cures piles,or no pay required. It LAND SURVEYOR.Deputy coming election. Respectfully.
Bradford county: .
is to satisfaction
Job printing of all kinds at the Florida will at last receive a pen or guaranteed money refunded.give perfect Price 25 cents per 8TARKE DRUG Co., Starke. County Surveyor.AW L. I). YALL..

office. sion. It will not be much for each box. For sale by Starke Drug Co. O. W.YOUNGHampton.
TELEGRAPH 1 candidate
: JNO.A. KING Lake Butler.J. Field Notes hereby announce myself as
Lines from U. S. Surveys
person per month, but will yet be P. McCULLEY,Lawtey. run for lie office of Tax Assessor of Bradford
need and almost all the Lawtey.Mr. 11. C. PARKER, New River. Levelling and Drainage System, etc.CaH Jeweler. and solicit the suffrage
We have everything you very acceptable, as recipients t3P at this Office. county. respectfully
need of Lee Osborn met with a slight accident of fellow citizens at the coming
will make prices to suit the are in straitened circum FLORIDA. my
lust WeeK by tailing on some timbeis FEMININE FANCIES. STARKE election. If elected ,I shall visit each

your pocket book. stances. in John McCulley's new building.Rev. Starke Fla. school district for tax returns.

Trnby, Sternburg & Co. Mr. Holuman and wife are temporariI'sojourninghere Mrs. Del va Lockwood is on elderly woman W. II. RIVERS Respectfully. A. J. )lcKnon T.
George Gardiner had an involuntary in 1. and is distinctly matronly in her appearance
occupying rooms

N. J. Jones has 800 Crosby ceme- toboggan ride off the Ly nek's cottage. with a portly figure and placid I hereby announce myself as a candidate -

tery lots for sale. roof of Mrs. M Edwards'<< house on Strawberry arc busily engagedin face.The DEALER IN- for the office of Tux Assessor of
growers ; oldest woman In Indiana is Grandma Largest Assortment of Bradford county and respectfully solicit
Tuesday morning. George his preparing the ground and setting out
got the support of the voters at the coming
for best butter Sears, of Plevna. She is 108 old
Wills ,
Walter years
Go
to bands full of for which the weather is favorable.
plants
> but -
splinters was not very election. MARION F. MOORE.
and has smoked her pipe daily for
more
cheese and hams. Watches Clocks and
otherwise hurt. He says next time than ninety years. GENERAL MERCHANDISE To the people comprising the different

:. : Nw line of low shoes! just re ceiv- be mounts a high slippery toof he fever.Mrs. Purdy is quite sick with malarial The Duchess Bolognine, of Milan, is political parties of Bradford will take parachute along. about to erect a children's hospital in the Jewelry pleasure in announcing through the-coUumns
de at Truby, Sternburg & Co. Dr. Todd is preparing to build a fine suburbs of the city. She obtained the DRY GOODS, of the TELEGRAPH myself a candIdate

-r/hio calico reduced "How many folks is there on the residence, to be finished in November.Rev. money for the purpose by the sale of her a for the office of Tax Assessor of

lot of 8 cent earth asked a little Starke boy of J G. Bonnell and wife and Mrs. fans, laces and Jewels. NOTIONS Bradford county., I\nll. respectfully ,ask
attention the
,5 cents at W. B. Smith Special given to repairing to in the election.HARDEN. .
made me
his maiden aunt. "When I a flying trip to 111gb. Mrs. Theodore Havemeyer is one of the you support coming
Tmby, Sternburg & Co. child was a land Tuesday.Mrs. New York women of society noted for.her of Clocks and Watches. HODGES.
and went to school teacher
.). my E. G. Hill has gone to Maine on a grand dinner parties. At one of her recent BOOTS Good work done at reasonable rates. : *
fruit slid F.or Treasurer .. .
'Fruit jars, jelly tumblers, a thousand millions, was the entertainments coven were laid for sixty : ,

jar rubbers and tops at answer. "Oh, when you was a child! visit.On Saturday last occurred the silver large dinner parties being a late fad.. SHOES and I hereby-announce.myself n. candidatefor

Truby, Sternburg Co. But I want to know how many thou wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Crawobaw, Gertrude Souine, a pretty girl of eight DRUB STORE. of Bradford reflection) county to the, and office respectfully of Treasurer solicit !-

sand millions there is now ?" Jr. About 60 of their friends were pres- een years who lives in a town in Aroos- GROCERIES.Starke the support of fellow,citizen a. t

"Quite English, you know"-London ent and enjoyed the pleasures of the oc took county, Me., has never been knownto the coming election.my Yeiy respectfully

Swells cigars at J. G Alvarez. Elder J N Hadcn has arrived in casion. Among the number were Mrs. laugh or even to smile. While intelligent -. 1'- J. W. KELLCM.:
Sternburg:; and daughter and Mrs. Walter in other matters, she apparently can- Fla. : *:
.
and will here ..
of sale. our city stay some ot Starke. and Mrs. Howard of DeLuud. not understand a joke, and is unmoved by I hereby announce myself a candidate
We make returns on day time. lie will preach at the Christ- The bountiful repast from the well filled the keenest witticisms. for the office of Treasurer i,f Bradford

Fl. P. & C. Exchange, Jacksonville. ian church *regularly during his baskets brought by the friends together Miss Grace Dodge of New York, cares I. Mr. Farmer county !and respectfully ask the support

.tf stay, and it is to be hoped that that with the delightful social features of this nothing for fashionable life and though I says: of the voters at the coming erection

church can to him occasion, made it most enjoyable. The born to the best that money can give she l"pt'ctfulty; S. B. DKNMAHX.
ONE MILLION BOXES of oranges arrange keep permanently esteemed bride and groom received the devotes her best energies to organizing If I had had some means of -For School Superintendent

wanted by Burton K. Barrs, an Mr. Haden is a fine hearty congratulations and best wishes clubs of self supporting women and teaching Irrigating last {nil', I should have I candidate
hereby announce myself a
Jacksonville. preacher and a good man every way7hat's for future prosperity and happiness ofa'.l them the utility of being banded together made at least $1,500; as it is I for election to the office of Surer:; !ntendent

*. 'r M present.Mr. for their common welfare. shall not make 500." of Public Instruction fur Bradford county -
in
If you want to feel good and sleep a namea great dealit H. L. Stafford has the agency for Mrs. Rudyard Kipling is described as tall J.: L. GASKINS and respectfully solicit the support of

jrtM 4 at night, go to Powell and get is, s .metimes. Mr.\ A. P. Baskin, Bradford county of the new work "Col very slender and a pronounced brunette. That excuse might have done last my fellow citizens at the ensuing election.

at least, must think so, as he sees umbus and Columbia." It is opportuneand Her long, dark hair is combed straight DEALER IN .'Respectfully.
some of his meat. fall but it; will not do now, for if
,
that almost every paper in the state replete with historical facts. We bespeak back from a handsome forehead and Drugs & MedicinesStarke '-:- T.J DEXLE.I .
reducedr for him a large patronage. smoothly banded about an exceedinglywell are in need of water for irriga- .
at adds his and you annonricVmt candidate
.All summer goods an s to name make it Fla.Physicians' hereby elf H>
lces. Truby, Sternburg & Co "Baskins." The similarity in soundof shaped head. Her ,eyes are superb, tion or any other purpose, call on or for Superintendent of PublicjUstrnction

r ________ Try BUCIC. Ri GtfTt ;'for Dyspepsia.W. large, dark and lustrous with intelligent Prescriptions for ,Bradford county, andrypectftjlly(
the Baskiu and who
two names Gas- of address G.V.. YOUNG
fires expression. rep-
berries (,Lrq'uCompoun&dat a. hour*-davot solicit the: support of the voter*&IfAJba
Peaches, grapes, vegeta- kins causes the one best known to be D. Bloxhatn and U. W. Long Hetty Green, who is credited with being resents theCHICAGO night coming election. Respectfully. *:

U 1" etc., and oranges in season. best remembered.Prof. will speak at the grand barbecue at the richestoman in the United States, II. C. PEEPLKS.I .
tf P. & C. Ex., Jacksonville.The } lives in furnished rooms in West Forty- AERMOTOR CO.
Lake Butler Wednesday the 31st hereby announce myself a candidate
ARCTICCANDY
G C l-iooney has been called Seventh street, New York cooks her breakfast
inst. invited He can furnish you with a well and for re-election to the office of Superintendent
TELEGRAPH will be sent to back to his old Middle Georgia col- Everybody are cordially on a gas stove and rough laundries her 'of Public Instruction for Bitit-
especially our colored friends, own pocket handkerchiefs, because shedoesn't all other appliances that will give 1 STORE
any address for $1 a year.. lege at the fine and healthy city of ford county and respectfully ask the sap-
whose wants will be provided for. want to be bothered with housemaids all the and also
Jonesboro at of $200 you water you want port of the voters at the coming election.
a
salary
Go to J. 6. Alvarez for the best per A time is and washerwomen. J. L. Ihcu
month. Mr. Looney going back grand promised. furnish power for any kind of light' C. R. ENSEY, Respectfully.

6c cigar. _ there means that they will have at Fresh and EXPOSITION ECHOES. machinery as grilulHtonesVood- CORNER RAILROAD AND MAIN STREET For County Judge.I .
Men's straw; hats, \.irious styles Jonesboro onb of the best schools in groceries confectionery myself a candidate
hereby announce
STARKE. FLA.
and shapes, nice and, cheap at Georgia. 'Vcregret to lose Prof. just opened Walter Wills. Frederick Krupp cannon maker, will saws, cotton gins, etc., at a price for n--cleclion to the office of County

J. G. Alvarez.If have a 1250,000: exhibition of firearms at that any one can afford to pay who I Judge of Bradford county, and respect-
from state and he The $2 day hotel in JacksonvIlle
-
our only a
Looney hope
the World's fair. Vegetables, Candies Fruits and
fully solicit the support of the voters at
T'our-in-hand afford farm of land.G. .
waut a be successful in his work. is The TravelersIf can to one acre
you pretty may Austria will make afine'exhibit: of glass Summer Drinks. the ensuing .

tie or scarf cheap go to I porcelain, bronze, leather artistic iron and W. YOUNG, COCO COLA Nerve Tonic and CHAM election.WM.. F. MALPHCBA.:
J. (J. Alvarez. I Some farmers think that theycan you want first-class beef, porkor cabinet work at Chicago.An Horse Shoer, Black and Tin Smith. etc., PAIGNE JIIST.
I candidate for the office of
am a
LADIi make race horses of their little sausage go to L B Powell, and Eskimo village inhabited by from STARKE, FLA.
ask forrOKH'S julS County Judge. and solicit the support of
.' light-wood knot ponies by feeding you, will get it. fifty to seventy-five natives of the frozen Agent for Mallory] Steamship Line. the voters of Bradford county.J. .

them on corn tops and watermelon regions will be one of the sights on Mid- A NEW ERA IN ENGLISH oct9-6m R. RICHARD.

'.}. G rinds ond hitching them into that A full line of James Means celebrated way plaisance at the exposition.It ROLLER COTTON GINS.The -

horse killer, the road cart. One isled I shoes for men and boys at is the present expectation that every Sciutifio AMericas The patient was an elderly widow,*Mnu
i.. at Trub ', Stemliuur & Co Truby, Sternburg & Jo. species of fish and other aquatic animal, undersigned. agent for Platt Bros. AgucJ for Norton who bad been her husband's'
;J: ) believe least from the
''-- to so, at except perhaps a live whale will be exhibited & Co.. will sell a Single Roller GIN with ond wife. She was now to all appearance

sorry appearance'of the animals and ..1V Hodges has a large stock of in the fisheries department of the my Patent Crauklegs. Belts an wrenches, nearing her end and sent in sums....
delivered at Savannah Ga.,
the "smart Aleck"-dash the drivers exposition.Philadelphia. all complete, 'A
for a lawyer. He hastened to the house,
: try to cut when in town and a little clothing that he i is bound to sell. will contribute to the Penn- at $130; aud Walrus Leathercut in strips where be found a chair and table waiting

rui' I whi lued. Call and see it. sylvania exhibit a choice collection of his- at 80 cents per pound. for him at his client's bedside. She wished
M. POLL1TZER.
I torical relics 'of Benjamin Franklin Stephen him to draw np her will.' Rewrote the

Remember there are only a few OLD RIP TOBACCO. Girard and other old time celebrated aug62m formal introductory phrases. ,
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..,,\ which to bargains He'll chew this brand, who never dtisens the famous "Liberty bell" and Wanted.A .. CAg "'First of-all."she began in a faint voice
'.Ii, more days in get other exceedingly interesting objects. eta.hi' "1 wont to give the farm to my' ons.
f"" '"; at the Sew York Auction Store. tried before, few good La Jies and Gentlemen tocanvass tDflPlK 8114 tree u.dIIoc*"'* toO Harry and James; just put that down."
'vf in need of articles line And having bought it ouje: comes The NewportR. LArtillerywhleheelebrated for the GASKELL LITERARY lf ( 161 B1IoAJrirAT.x.. rOllC. Mid the lawyer. can't do
Those in our its 150th anniversary recently,and bureau for ecnrlna'vauntsry In A4- "But. "you
I.2l back for CLUB at a guarantee $7;; 00 per month. P tet taken out by_tot* bsfcis
more. hat. Mrs. Norton the farm isn't to
; of this the oldest active ; yours
I should avail themselves opportunity claims to be military At'dress the public by a settee! Yft frM o<< s..&lietitJltifi
"
; !'. There is just one Sold by Truby, Stemburg & Co. company in the United States will attend give away.
I-. at once. the World's fair. It visited the Centennial B. L. BRIGHT, JmeritlllLune&dmllatloa" "The farm isn't miner"she broke oat la
I I more week in wnich to take advantage at Philadelphia and attracted much atten no61y 254 Franklin St., Chjngo.llI. a voice decidedly stronger than before.
have the best
will be Try our cig.irs, we answered the
"No
and goods certainly any ssmIc 5S Ia lbs ma'am.. lawyer.
... Now is chance in assortment in the city. tion.The Most slaughtered. your Bethlehem Iron company, of South !DaD IIIIcN14 be WItIJGG& It. We.bv. N. aiWm
Truby, Sternburg & Co. i of executions is furnished gratisby 1..U911Z ---. CO., "This farm that I've,run:for golD on
the will make extensive
THEY COPY us. a life time to secure greatest Bethlehem Pa., an purpose ",.I.WIDIo. .'" y'o twe ty-tlfTeD isn't' mine to do what
yean
I We *r U ing copied and we regard it bargains in the world, as the business Write to the P. & C. Exchange, exhibit, including a battleship shafting and a cordage firm In Philadelphia. The I plra ewitb' Why not.judge? I'd like
be closed 125 feet in length, guns projectiles an length is us tally 30 feet the thickness 1 PATE3SCaveats "
will know what
out. !
as a compliment. As n nutter of fact we Jacksonville, for market prices be- armor plate ingot weighing 100 tons. The to you mean
and manufactured from the best It- husband Interest
100Ute -
inch "Why,
rather like it Hum.otherwise. It makes it D Breaker : elsewhere. tf company will also erect a full size modelof an-1 Trade.Msraobtained aDd an Patent I your gave
Dr. state evangelist
fore you ship its famous 125 ton steam hammer, said aliau hemp, guaranteed to stand a strain business comlwted MODERATE: FEES.:: in all his property,and at year death
absolutely sur- ih.it \\C ure 011 the right of Florida, is in Starke, preach- of 800 pound. No charge ia ever made OUR OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U. S. PATENT the farm goes to his son John and your
in the world.
to be the largest '
I No trouble to get 'oumoney Office f to il -o.'tii rcure potent ia lean time -
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track though then- W.-IMI'I any doubt of it ing at the Christian church daily. : for these judicial nooses. and upwards of and a: Us* n" ,ttluiu those remotifrnm Washlngtoi. children will get the city bouses.
P. & C. Ex
'. tfore. A 1111. l.y ihi- way here is something I The doctor i is a magnetic man and a when you deal with the PHILOSOPHICAL COGITATIONS.The several thousand have already been supplied 1- "And when I die,John Norton to bare
: .. 'j I tf throughout the various states of the I tem1! model drawing or phot",with description. this house and Carmwhetherlwiilotnot""Just
for the copy IMS to occupy their powerful and irresistible preacher change. _ We adTfoe. if p,tantaMeornot.frreof 80."
i thing about a man is his Uniiiu. It is considered an act of charity charge Our fee not due till patent U necnred.
r minds with: Let them try tu sell such :,, lie cannot tarry long in Starke and If you iTdn& anything on your greatest. to furnish rope that will do its part of A Little Book "How to Obtain Patent,"with "Then I ain't goin to die,"said the old ,.

f. hoes as we are offering fur f 1.50. Tinitis none of our readers neglectto subscription to the TELEGRAPH we promises..Idle the work skillfully and surely and hence name- of a.et'131 client*In your tut, county or I woman in a ringing voice and with that
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:. ,. a big difference Ulwtxii 113-ing ie.i hear him while thuy may. The will take oats, corn, fodder, potatoes busy tongue.hands are usually accompanied by a no charge id: made. town tent free. Addrrsn.C. A. SNOW &: ,CoOp she threw her blanket feet over.about the ber front,straight'of the

)., 17t,, !fwecmiing Tlu-y may try to fly but it I i all.importall'ubiect of our souls' chickens, eggs or anything else Men are always too busy to listen praise Kipans Tabules banish pain. ;.Patent Office. WASBKOTOS.D. C. ened bed gathered up ber gaunt form and walked across.

:: 'oin't be done; they 100IIY try In match tlmt I i salvation should be attended to before :you want to turn off, and allow full of other men's children.A Cipans Tabules are of great value. Wanted.-FrecprepaJd outfit to ener the room to a chair before the fire.:. The .

oft'er.witb. exactly the s.tme effect-ii csiu't anything else, so let us all go market: .price tf big.'man does not have to fight for his Fine horses and carriage at J W Agents men Several oor salesmen bare doctor and the lawyer went away.' .
:ft'I earwtl fro to f 100 a week:for Tears part.JI2 That was fifteen and the ,oldladvLal1cetodav.I1arri5burgTdegram
tiluoe. doctor and have ,ghts half as much as little one. year ago; _
and hear the good Ripans Tabules assist diRestion.Rrpans Alvarez & Co. p.0.BOX nri.Stew York. .
TUUBY. STERN BURG & CO. the good tec'n in our hearts. Tabules cure dypep.ia.iiiiIiIiiiiiiii. -. ,Ripans Tabules move the bowels. ; "t
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'- r bo in Georgia about sir thousand supervisors NEWS BUDGET r wa scientific irrigation that converted { CURIOUS CUBI08.
p
f&f THE FORGE BILL. beudei deputy marshals: aai canvassing = the arid wastes of suter Caltornia intoluxnrian TELERAFfflCGLEAIIIWS1 ;-

garden Herein total solar eclipse
boards, waose bu.il1eu.undertb : orcard. Though the next

4. bill would bs to fctir up the ignorant asfcrocj Florida the ad climate doe not take place until April 15, 1893.astronomers .

; WELT cxt-iMrrrra IT WOULD CAUSE to arouse in their breasts preju. Containil a'aet 01 Itcel! a and different the retourcea, and different for irrigation methods are The News of ,thc World Cc Into. a already astir making I
vrhite to very observing
dices against their neighbor, p1 fo it OL1SH
1'IDI.OUGKOtrr THE KXTIUS: BOOTH must be but irrigation we
j fill their minds with political: aipiratioat: ; employe; Pithy A dwarf residing at Skigaken, Osaka,
the
TicAntbony must have order utilize Pot I
Enter to
ITS EnL. xrrecr CPOJT TBK WHOLE ia a word to put theox in a state of discontent richest lands in tbe state there 8 i 3 years old and but 17 inches high. ?tb' I id Faints wl. ar

: COCXTBT. and feverish excitement aai mus b well educated and earns a livelihood U"h3n4 tl 11.an b .%.
'
mike then unwilling aai: uaSs for labor. has the lowest +.3e of any drainage. Irrigation i on Interesting and Instructive to HI by teaching penmanship.The consumer BrIt 0. ;
Writing in toe Fora-n abut the disastrous count of the spring which 1.DDI..a4th. IU
town in the state, being 2} mills on the blight the best efforts drought. Classes of Headers. total acreage of Scotland i 18- (cb wt Swell purchase. .
effect which a Force bill would those lrui-grow. :1
This coaiart would not affect dollar. small
Of this comparatively
and
ers gardeners at the 946,6S4. "'
t' have if the Republicans were permlttel negroes who have succeeded: ia accumulating : i time of the year, and which crticl landed area one nobleman! owns 1,32ft- CHILDBIRTH 3

to make it the law of the land, Hoke property; it would not affect the La'est quotations of Jacksonville mar- interfere with farming operations. On Tuesday's dispatches state that cholera 000 acres and his wife 149,879 acres MADE

bsat of the rac, hut it woull destroy ket: Ltrge, long an round melons in low lands in cultivation drainage is spreading in RUSMS : EASY I
; Smith, President of the Atlanta (Ga.) al white ,*, pineapple SUDsli more !
demand '
o
their influence over the: rest. It would great ; grap is attended many advantages bide The United Typothe'se of Americi met Extraordinary prices w re paid at the MOTHIM' FaiEwo a scientifically F
wit
Board of Education, says: raike them hearst lemons, limes, beaus and toma- in session at Toronto i
check their: efforts to : the. superfluous moiatur. Tuesday. sale of the Conotrae d'Avo'acoUecions prepared Liniment,every ingredient ;

-. This is a achemd to destroy home rule economical: and iaiustrioa: What condition : tots. What calls for the skill of the civil en- Eleven people were bnrnei to death in in Paris last month. A piece tapestry of recognized value and inconstant '1

and local control. It is based either up. 1 wouli result Conscioaj of this Thl" French gineer as an auxiliary to farmingin a hotel fire in London Wednesday. after Watteau realized 25200. u by the medical
I pro
$ on the idea that the people c nnot be change on the part of the negroes/ the: already built twenty Phosphate or twenty-five company dwell ha this 8tats the drainage of At Delmsr, Del., Tuesday, fifty build- The condor sosrs higher thin any fession. Thee ingredients are combined 4

trusted, and that one man i is far better :I, white people would reiums their old ings Anthony. They propose to put those acre, which, while of lags were dtstroyed by fire; loss about other bird, spending nine-tenths of its in a manner hitherto unknown

than the ptople, or it Is a plan by which I pin of strict nomination ia local af- tbe lumber a on the ground and have the -cla fertility, are practically useless 75000. time floating in the ratified atmosphereof ,1

one man may organize a set of partisan at work. The buzz rl the Ixcause of their being permanently or De pite reports to the contrary : three miles above sea level. "M 1
fairs.The carpenters periodically overflowed with water. The ofca
to woit in all elections. municipal, the county, and the saw and the sound of tie hammer are daring enterprise of the tbe cholera spreading in Nijni Novgorod Albazen, an Arabian, born. in the yea OTHERS.fRIEND" .j

: ; It is either undemocratic and unre- I Ipublicaa legislative officers! would a;ain be selected heard all around.-Marion Time Drainage has made Okehob subj Bussia. 1000 A. D., first taught the present *

: a blow at popular government by party or color-line ao-niaitioai, familiar to company all. Thousands of acres of The republican presidential campaignwas i theory of vision, and uplainc why we
or it is a deliberate plan to ute officers of : which would: exclude all local influence thousand boxes of at III. with: that Is (
: Some twelve man what were watery m'rshe are now waving formally opened Springfield, see but one picture an objc cie. o
the Government ai aa electianserin? ,. oa the part of the ne r035, except in a goes have been produced this season, with corn and rice, and tens of thousands Thursday by Whitelaw Reid. our two eyes. It ubr. :J

posse in behalf of a particular par.y to few counties where laey would be able half of them coming from Hillsbor- Lessens Pain Diminishes to
over more are to be claimed. The The Conoverse opera house and four has succeeded in Danger
lurnish them means to prepare! for a to select their own candidates. O3ice- have been found tobear i Pofesr Douglass of and Qua Book -
ough county. They drainage of the Ilalpati i, Samsota and other buildings, at Piqua Ohio, were : minature and Life Mot -

fraudulent election, and then to complete holders representing the consolidate shipment very well as far north as other immense bodies of saw grass is in burned Wednesday night. Loss $100 i tornadoes by means of electricity cyclones, thus to o MOTES mailed FREE, containing "

the work through a bairJ of caavai3r: ;, white vote, brought together by nero bjladelphia. and a new fruit industry is progr ss.! Smaller bodies of saw grass on 000. character of the valuable information and

who are to declare the desired result aatajouis'n, would be a natural result. in store for South Florida. Lake Santa Fe and elsewhere have ben Offers of rilverto treasury Wednesday proving elecrca I voluntary testimonials. I
"prairie
: and< certify to it. Such an invasion of Tae influence! of the most intelligent converted into rice fields and truck I aggregated 851,000 the amount teror. Sent by express on receipt of price,
:
popular rights must be repulsive aliko! whites in favor of negro schools and For the benefit of the veterans of the On Florida's northern border tbe vast i was ounce ounces at la 1774 Maskelyne, the astronomer the BRAOFIELO REGUTO CO..Atlt t-plb ;

in every part of the land. I 1(: il&tlo:110okil1t! to tas improvement Florida Indian wars it may b stated that Okefinokee swamp is in prop a of reclam purchas 751,00 83.5 royal of England, first calculated BOLD BY DBCOOISTa.
Indeed the New York Conventtoa bitter ation. A sufficient elevation the 83.6.Orders weight of the earth. The weight a Ci'
of the negro would bs bst ill the the on which pensions are granted above -
: ]mit have been issued in Berlin is FT
ratified our National Constitution in full I ness which the differences would eagea- ny recent act of congress covers tbOfC sea is all that is needed to make the drainage the sale of American unless prohibiting estimated in an encyclopedia 6,000- .

confidence that until amendments: might j der. Tae negro himself would be thrown wars known as the "Black Hawk, .Cherokee of any of our swamps and marshy it; has been examined by the pork Prussian 0,0,0,00,00 OrO tons. .-..

.; be adopted "the Congress will not mace ;, back where he was in 1870. Tae pre- and Seminole," and what is called lakes practicable. The maps of the Okee authorities. 'Melvin Atwood, the San Francisco S..W renovating :

or alter any regulation ia the State respecting ;i jultces inspired would seriously injure the "Cherokee di turb'nce" taking place chobee Drainage company showing the of the discoverers. of the :

: the times, places and manner of 1 the labor of the South. between 1832 and 182. elevations of the larger South Florida Offers of silver t the treasury depart great Comstock legde, believes the / system, eliminating :.

holding elections for Senators or Rprasentatives I Tae cotton of the South is produced lake?, prove that a vast amount of this ment Friday aggregated 489.000 ounces. chances are tclent for Siding in California all Poisons from lie Blood j.

unless the Legislature of tail largely crop by labor. Taat a The Gate City Chronicle of Sanford sort of work can b accomplished by the Amount purcha.was 200,000 ounces at one or more the volcanic pip whether of scrofulous or

: 'State ,shall neglect or refuse to mike j: Force bill would materially negro affect this pays a high compliment to Capt. Wm. aid of capital 82.97 ot; containing diamonds as at Kimberly, malarial origin: this pre->. i

h: 4 !'laws or regulations for the purpose: or ,I crop is abundantly sheen: by going biclc: M. Davidson on his assuming control of( According the Engineering Newt it Offers of silver t the treasury department Toitspan and Bultfoutein. ration has no equal. -..
that the work of has
from circumstance be incapable of which: existed ia 1S6J the general passenger business of the appears drainage Monday aggregated 635.000 ouocs.
; any i to the condition:
: malting the same; and that ia those, and 1870, and by seeing hON small the South Florida railroad, and says no one also been undertaken in the Tallahassee Amount purchased was 285,0 ounces Held Bnlllon S.S.S. :;)
1 region where there shallow at 83.50 to 83.63.
could be more acceptable to all classes are numerous Is but its hue in the skin and < ,1
be exercise eyeballs
such will
only i field then. A atrath.e S .
: cases power : of the cotton was tasnths I had
product bodies of water which times "Far eigtoeen
at
well ran dry, William Harrison of Illinois;
until the of the Stale shall the than Captan: Davidson, be being Bradley, is rpI1sh'e. and indicates biliousness a D "'
Lsgulature shoci: would be to
- c:>.nm rchl given fill with toting sore on my tongue. lass
or water their ,
known in that sec ion a most estimable according a has been appointed United States consul malaly,however easily remediable with IIos-
in the a
make premi'ic.nTbe I treated lest local fhysiaanitut
provision entire South.Sherman's ty ,
: subterranean outlets become
gentleman and popular railroad opened or at Copenhagen vice Ryder dismissed for tellers Stomach Bitters. Nausea, sick headache ..
conventions of Mamchusetts, attained no 'relief; tkt ten. '.
closed. The water of Like lamonia
.. officiaL run official misconduct. ,pains through the right side and shoulder .
: New Hampshire, and Rhode: Island aln Democratic Proclivities. a a < ff 1 few months ago, and that in Lake blade a manifestations of liver complaint gradually grew USt I finallytcoJt
According to the official returns there ,
r adopted the Constitution of the Uaitci: Jackson has receded to narrow limits. dismisnable with the Bitters, which also ban S S.and was niu o. .
Senator Sherman i one of the several Florida Crop Statistics. were reported, Friday, throughout Russia malaria, rheumatic and kidney com :
ihe
States with similar declarations oa! th iubject. Farther b in Alachua the rdafnunraJeJofc.
sou .
county,
Republican Congressman who had tottruggle The following compaialive crop statistics 7,877 new cases of cholera and 3,482 plants nervousness and constipation.The :
The debates : the Incite extensive "Paine's became lake
., upoa with their consciences when were furnished by Cummissioner of Praire" a deaths from the disease. Henderson, To: ;
first the
volume of Indian tales from
bill in the House of Representative some it has bern
years _
::; bill. That Agriculture Wombwell for the ago of when the authorwas .j/
they voted for the McKinley years The sanitary comm:8->ion of Oalicia, pen Cooper appeared
showed conclusively that the frames of reverting to its former condition. All thirty.
: his conscience is not yet fully at ease as 1879 and 1889: advises that a military cordon .S TREAT1SE on Blood and Stta
such lakes drainedby Austria
the Constitutioa never contemplate 1 the can permanently
the matter evident from the 1879. b along the Ru"sian frontier I X Diseasesmailedfree. ,
regards i 189.Cenu the expenditure of sufficient b 10 Pare aD."oleHme SWIFT Srtcmc Co, .f
passage of such a bill at that which the / 1880.) (State money Quality THE !
fo in the Senate, July, Agculua prevent the introduction of Atlaiitj,
; Republican candidates now indorse. owiDg.spoken ) and the great fertility of their bottoms cholera Commends to public approval the California .. .*&
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16 3.K4.234 bushelsCorn ...3HJ,573bu-hels On
account of the socialistic
of
; The Force bill if put into operation 46'J.mbus els.-Oats....... 563,706 bushels warrants a generous outlay, A special boycott liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs. It '-
"Indeed I have no doubt that there- ... of this has been the Warbrecker the of i
would pounds..Sugar.. pounds enterprise sort under brewery mat
throughout the entire country suit of the policy of protection does always 1.1.2.2.72 barrels.-Syi up......194.0 barrels taken in the drainage of Like Miccosu- Hamburg, Germany, have 1,200 pleasant to the taste and by acting gently on $
cost not less than 810,000,0( for every .Hice......... 35,813
election and would bring upon the bring about some result which M,997bales bUlhels...Ctln... .5272. bushel kie ;a Jeferon and Leon counties. Ac- workmen until the boycott is removed. the kidneylirer and bowels to cleanse the 'August.
pen-
would not bs desirable. The 20.221 bushels. bushels of J. Francis Le. Weduc system effectually, promotes the health and
probably Potatos 41..0 surveys >>day afternoon a and i
passenger
pie aa additional force of about 3>0,0.1\1:)\ IGS7G13bus els-Sweet bushels
of those 111.9 Baron there be required eleven train the Boston and comfort of all who it,and with millions it
office holders. It certainly nai the appearance ; enormous development indus 21,182 pounds.Tobacco.. :i.3 pounds wi mie freight on MaDe o
: tries has made tne aggregation of vast 1G2.K10 pounds..Wool. 9.32 pounds of main nod fourteen railroad collided at Beverly, Mass., I i the beat and only remedy.
;i' of b3ing a scheme t:> enable a 4 i7iallons..Milk...... gallons Flower'JMy :
branch canal and the reclaimed
amounts of capital and great corporations .. 3.306,79 area will one man was killed and several wounded.The !
favored: class after collecting ;:airo I be less 3,15 punds.Buter. .. G.If pounds about 9,000 acres.-Times-Union. Naturalists say that a single 5walo.. will
and there miy more or b front wall of Keoster Binl's
:. mnellrm the masses than the wants The snag boat Suwanee, new devour OM flies in one day.
of the Governmeat require to spend it danger growing from their ambitiou* de. which has been at Dunnellon for several building. Twenty-fourth street and Fifth all "
IT Back worn out.good
:- for the of perpetuating then-: sire and sometimes from their unfairness months cleaning out the With!/coochec Tbe Weather and Crop avenue New York, fell at noon Weoe. your for Ache. is yon gelerl are debility. wife suffered with indigestionand (

selves in purpose ; and their disregard of the rights of river has about completed her task and Bulletin No. 24 of the weather bureau day. Five people were buried Browns Iron Bitters w 11 cure you make yon dyspepsia for years. Life ,became -.

1 Such a power.law( onco in operation would the poor and of the laboring man. is preparing to move soon. of the United States department of agriculture ruins. strong tte.tne cleanse the your nerves.A liver.,and give a g ap a burden to her. Physiciansfailed .

.. from all the land There are dozens of articles in the )prepared by co-operation with The Idaho republican state convention to give relief. After reading
bring a protest over will
the Florida weather service is based historic collection of railway tickets
tariff, which, if I myself were to fnrne atarif From the most reliable estimates to be nominated ex-Senator UcConncll for fair. one of I : .
: bat once having been enacted the protectwould from three i be one of the exhibits at the ".ord's your bok purchae.al.btte
.. be of little value, for the sup r. bill, looking only to the interests obtained the P"lk county lake region, upon reports thirty regular governor Friday and adopted a free silver of Flowe. g
people of Ouio, I might strike Winter Haven Auburndale correspondents representing twenty-four and protection and endorsed An Interesting Kabjecl. 4
received in
platform charm. wife
ruors and canvassers could easily perpetuate embracing counties of the state, and upon reports Do yon know that the state of the blood run My
the political power of those wuo down here and there. I certainly would Eiglo Lake and Haincs City, wi havu of local new Iarnson. ning in your wins is the cause of your sicknessor mediate relief after taking the
admit coal duty free, and I would ad. at least 2,500 acres in tomatoes coming piper correspo-xlents!representing A London cablegram of Friday your health? This is a most important matter f
occupied: the offices, despite thu actions one station and county. Th? report says: I! ,although overlooked by people who show dose. She was completely cur
of the voters at the polls. It cannot b:! mit lumoer duty free. I would do a winter. Estimating the yield at states that tbe rainfall for the week During the past twenty.lour hours there a great del of good sense otherwise- Your now and can eat;
great many things that our Democratic seventy-five crates per acre-which is have bee reported in 8t Petersburg blood to be kept pure,or whole system weigh I6s-pund
of the North anTIdt
possible that the people was badly distributed tbn ughoutthe four little
friends want to do but in a like somewhat less than the last season very ninety-two new cases of cholera and thirteen .: gradually becomes a wreck very ny
; system average -
of the West will sutler such a system to state, being in excess in the north to check disease cort the state of the deleterious results formerl
this you have to observe impartial justiceto -and taking lust year's prices as a western and few of tbe central deaths.A blood if the matter is up in time; but it a was
n
them.
be thrust couities -
upon basis of calculation the ought to costs a great deal and often impossible, if the case. C. H. Dear, Prop'rWash4
But the advocates of this metsurs' iaeist all interests alike. I you protect the crop and, excepting lumbia and Polk dispatch from Tacoma, Wash. fays taken up after disease has gained a foothold. I
needed ths interests of Iinoi you must also protect aggregate 187,500 crates, and return to counties, and wbich favorable three highwaymen held up If you are troubled with Syphilis. Itch. Humors ingtou House. Washington, Va. .f
: that it is to protect ne. reports
the after paying freights, com Swellings, Skin Disa l heumatism1
and do growers !
the Wash.
were received, dtficiect elsewherp. Excessive a man near Ellensburg, Tuesday. ,
of the South. In truth, no greater 3Innelt Scrofula, ) Catarh.
groei least But Pmple lra
: could befall the than what is fair all tarU bill, missions etc at $300,000. rains injured cotton in Liberty, Vigilantes pursued the highwaymenand Kidney Old Sores.Erp D -if
calamity negroes after all, we all admit, a struggle of the gross value in the markets of the Jefferson and countie- fob capturing them, hanged them to a tions,or any other disorders resulting n
legislation. Their hope of development i north will not be less than $500,000! Washington ; pure blood, write at once to Dr. S.C. Parsons, J
.u-r : the kind opposing interests. Every man taken by der in Walton, Washington, Alachua I Savanah,Ga. His Blood Purifier is a won.
rests upon feeling is to something in the This from nn area of 2,500 acres! It and Jefferson; hay and tobaccoin tree.Fire broke out in Delta Ohio remedy and only costs one dollar per
? opposed Friday
which now exists between the two race himsel would require 16,000 acres of the best bottle. Besides Jhis for nothing at all ecepta VEITTLEIu1
4 ,, in tbe'South, which is constantly increasing taif. I he-want3 to buy, he wants to wheat land in the west, or 20,000 acres Jefferson, potatoes in Liberty evening, which destroyed four business stamp he will send you a pamphlet '
lot of and valuable information.
ing
and he corn in Calhoun in blocks including the Atlas a private
;: to-tbe benefit of the negroes as buy a cheaply n possible, i of the best cotton land in the south, to Ivan newspaper Write to him without delay. ,
Escambia, in Alachua, nude the office bank hotel and kindof
,
wants to sell be wants much protection nearly every
outside interference decrea Aa impartial a this. Courier pa
e3. -
Informant.
equal
possible. In the nature of a soil too wet Franklin, Walton and business establishment. Loss, $200- Beta .All. LIVE
student of the situation: ia the tariff a law there must be some Bradford, and in the last named county 000, partly insured. GRAND EXCURSION VIA C..H.* D.TO MonREL .
generlrule
South mast see the negro's progress, Want III* CommUslon. the of ASD QUEBEC.THUKSDAY,SEPT. .
for
prevented preparation
ground
intellectual, moral and financial, during; applied t all sections and to all interests The Philadelphia Ledger of a recent and the setting out of strawberry The Bostonlerald of Wednesday says: The great excursion rut the Cincinnati, \ PILLS 4DO
and result has plants. There for R. ., run tbe first of
A the proved by actual date "A real estate broker's reasons believing Hamilton& Dayton
been
has commission -
; the past few years, everywhere says: Where the railfall wai deficieut crops gen that the United Sates found their annual ecUiioo to Montreal and Quebec .
; dependent upon and proportioned: to tie: experiment ia'the last thirty years of $25,009 is the subject of a erally were more or l lessin jolted especially grand jury ,from Indianapolis Tur 50T GRIPE SOR SIc
bills
that of all interests this against Asa P. Potter, Col. Jonas 8. The round trip rates are
p our protective day Sept
suit in Court No 3 by Francis II.
hinself and his begun flIiz-
lack of friction between in Sure fcr "
: and On the Indianapolis
Hillsborough Cincinnati ,
De-ot II. French and Mr. Dine the directorsof nasty low, being HZ.. from or SIC '
.
system the greatest and most important Banks against the Lake Butler Villacompany and return and but ItS ACILK. "
white neighbor. The,darkest hour of i other were rep rted beneficialto the 'i to ontrl paiontd(land*. '
;;' the history of the race was during the of our financial oprtons." a corporation of the state of cane in Lke. Osceola and Jefferson hive to Maverick stand trial.bank, and that they will I' to returning.Quebec and Tickets return will with be good snie-trip(returning to Ottawa)for : -i oJ", itmor cml effect T.

period when the negroes were controlled Florida. Mr. Banks alleges that on counties, oranges in Calhoun, Volusia, twenty days from date of sale. This is the first : 4# D .nbla.a

t. and led by mea who knew little about Apri 1, 1887, the deendant agreed Brevard Alachua Polk and Sumter; to Grand A Chicago dispatch of Friday says: cheap historic excursion Quebec ever from run Cincinnati.to beautiful Montrealor For tickets 0 0 bilous oren E.ublUi .
of the '
': :" them, and who controlled: them by pay.: Tho McKinley Miracle. be should beome agent for potatoes < Osi-eolaD.Soto and Secretary Simstrot Swich.men's sleeping-car berths, etc.,call on or address. c ur "AcnOBL.."
the tale of certain land to the Union, no strike ordered C. H. & D. E. O. McCormU-k.
belonging Volusia to rice in Polk and Osceo'a to says any agent or complexion pinltJsjTJ.
ing upon their prejudices against: tile One has only to admit the accuracy af iu Florida it being understood ; ; here as long the situation remains I Gen PassengerandTicket Ag't. Cincinnati O. n"uf .VrGn.Uu b ;5
white mea who h\d bjca their liters. current Republican claims be convincedthat company grass in Alacbua and< Lake; to peas, pen. a The dote Is I icrly diluted to. es e,u ens5ep.yktoo pJUs
thtt he was to receive the usual and customary ders and melons in to us at the present in Buffalo. Pre Me Oily One Ever Printed. mach Tial eon tain.43,emnMtoMiC.poeket. .
Ia 1870 the act should be classified Madison; turnips, ..like '
practically no property wai McKmley I.d
commission for any sales mide.In parations are being made by the organizations CAN YOU ram THE won r pni. Buane ma.
and collards ia E' mb'a'
to
cabbage c cUfIUe.
t held in Georgia by nezro; ; to-diy they not with laws but with miracle ; for and determined good bemr"CnttxoZ..
genuine
July, 1888 Mr. Banks met Frank A. to fruit and in a long fight. There I a 5-inch display advertisement In wh
taxes $14,196.735 of prop rty, It passed originally "to sustain vegetll.c Hillsborough ; this this week which has no two words SendS-cent stamp.Yon getSS page book*tfn j' >
pay upon wa Davis of medical works in
A of pper.
a publisher dispa'ch from Bir Harbor
and in ia Sumter -
filling ponds Tuesday one worn. The same Is true ol DR. HARTER MEDICIKE CO.. St. lMl .
c .- the greater. part ot which has besa: ac. prices. Fat was fried oat. of manufacturers this city, and explained to him the advantages and Hillsborough counties. The reported says authoritatively that Blaine wH each new one appearing each week from,The ,

quired since 1880. Any honest man, on this theory, Major McKinley of the Florida land a a site fora amounts of precipitation ranged from speak in the coming campaign in the Dr. Barter Medicine Co. Tr.is house places!a"Crnt"

knowing the facts, will admit that with gave al his energies in one campaign to health resort. His efforts resulted in .50 of an icnh at Titu'villeto, ( 10.21 inchesat stte of Maine. He does not feel strong on for everything it. send them they make the name and EhiOryiall His bc

complete freedom in this section fron the of proving that high prices are Mr. Davis, C. S. Saj-ms, C. William Bris'ol. enough to make a regular stumping touras of the word and they will return you BOCK.BEAUTIFUL Ow .

; outside interference the race problem is really a blessing somewhat disguised, and Bergner and L. A. V. Oaertner, of this The temperature was ire u'arly distributed in former years, but he will make five- LITHOGRAPHS or SAMPLES Ian >,,

solving itself by pleisaater relations! by even President' Harrison ventured the city, purchasing from the company 27-, and slightly below; normal fo minut speeches at various points in the The cost of aone-mm ea-divinz apparatusfor '"

the substantial effort on the part of the assertion that "a cheap coat means a 000 acres of land in Pasco and Hills- the state. Liberty Nassau and DeSoto I I a depth of 2 feet is $575. A.ini COJ-pageProfusily valuable Illustrated Bookeoa.*|
state.A infoimation pertaining* .
intelligent whites to do all possible, both cheap man." borough counties, Fla.; for $250,000.Mr. counties report it too high averaging'9: dispatch of Friday from the Congo Bnown'g Iron Bitten CUTOT nIJJIIlIIa ea,'esof the human system,showingJk<"
4: and through legislation to J\ow Senator Aldrich labors earnestlyto Banks alleges that the customary ria. Biliousness and Gener
i personally degrees in the first and injuring pttoet s'ate announces that the Congo state Strength aids the TREAT and the simplest e ffines.
';:., develop the negroes.! prove that tho act did not increase commission for the sale of Florida land and peas in the last named. temperature force has defeated the Arabs on Sanko- crate appetite. The best tonic! for nene Nursing .- The CtREwit conta'na analysis
: .. I'- With of fro which that the is"10 per cent, hence he claims $25,000 conditions river ,weak women and chil-iren. b'k o
an experience neirly twenty prices we assume were reported a} favorable ron near the place where the Hodis- ship and marriage and management ,

years constantly in the courthouses of "cheap coat, cheap man" idea has been c}mmission. (or fodder pulling and tobacco ter expedition was'masatcred.: Ten chiefs Girls in tight or short dresses are not allowedto ren, bde: useful prrlptono.: recfpi.

Georgia, I can truthfully say that in : relegated to the party garret.Ar.in Florida.Hmtnr. cutting in Santa Rosa county; fur limes were killed and 700 men were capturedby appear on the stage in Butte City. :lale.: po t-pail. for 60 cents.ATLANTA ,* '. .

criminal well civil thenegroes' the bill "to andguavas in DeSoto, and the troops. The does not
j as as litigation : was designed reduce crops generally governor nL"G DO
The following is a extract from the think .T.C. SIMPSON, Marquess. W. Va.. says: pBJ ;' _,
:.: rights are absolutely protected. imports," and there was much ado Philadelphia Commercial Advertiser: elsewhere.The that the rising will spread. I I, "Hall's Catarrh eur cured me of a Tl ba 110 Lord St1eet.ATL.t3T5t-

This condition of affiirs, desirable as about: "home markets for home minu- "Mr. Hamilton Disston, of Philadelphia, sunshinethough badly distributed, The Mutual Banking, Surety, Trust and case of catarrh. Druggists sell it,.: .C........ ... .. -

It certainly is, can be maintained only fac:ure" "America for Amencaas and other capatilists bought up in Flori- was about normal DeSoto county reports ?are Deposit Company of Philadelphia, MAN'S system is like a town, i mut be well ,RIPANS. TA0ULC8I.IITCT and

-- where friction Ss avoided between the and other expressions: of[ patriotism da vast tracts of and overflowed too injury of potatoes in which a large amount of the funds belonging drained and nothing i 8 a beecham's pury b fm\e bo ar-a mt '

two races; for with the indication! of an thought to bs very effective. land, and dec'dcd swamps that they would at- peas and rice, and Franklin little, Orange and to the order of Iron Hal is deposited Pills. For sale a dg a a"t medicine! b .I It -
Jefferson counties too -- .
injuring -
aggressive struggle between them, the Now the Mime Convention which re- tempt the cultivation of sugar-cane. failed to open its roor. Tuesd1ymorning. : D .-

; influence of those whites who might; desire nominated Mr. Heed pops up with the Altogether they acquired about six mill crops generally, and especially cotton, The directors of the bank King : Painful Bt.Digestion eb.-d. Pimple Dep I
tobacco, hey and fodder in Jefferson. It made :
to continue legislation: favorable to jubilant assertion that "our imports ion acres, or 9,375 square miles, paying an assignment for the benefit of the FMik
was to fruit in DeSoto and Like every symptom or
the development of the negro would aave increased to a point nercr bsforo the state 23 cents a i acre. Bringing a benefcia fodder and stockholder and depositors to A. -,- Of Medicines b what J blood,or a tailor*by c r
; orange tiees Stockwell. for the bank. I consider Hood's Sar'p T.&perform their PvnoaOTereaUiiffsj
of it under cultivation added attorney E.I I .
reached. benefited
UkfanraTABIeacamea.
k cease. large part and elsewhere.The 07
in Lake '
generally
cr< ps ;cc For 6 Price.bymMl.tgro.u.tSIboIti'dze.s
-. The mass of whites, their prejudices That miraculous i none too strong an to the taxable land of Florida an are wind was generally southerly. Fire broke out at Geneva, Ohio, -; to 7eu toy bed THE RIPANSCHEMICAI.COJ03.

rein flamed, would not follow tue conservative ( idjcctive for the McKinley act we think that had been entirely worthless. By High winds damaged trees, oranges, day morning.business Three hotel and nearly with wa white cone fjweningfjMd a.AreiU.e..Wa.tedt..EIGHTY....pay..seaS*I

men of their own race. It is no longer admits of doubt.-New York doicg this they have relieved the taxpayers mangoes and other fruit. and fences in every were completely scrofula sores.
by the influence of the intelligent World. of the state and placed the tress countiesand destroyed between the Lake Wm. A. Lehr. To Flso's Remedy fcr Catarrh to tar.Best.
more LakeSantaRosaand Sumter my great joy
_ _ Shore railroad track and Mains .Easiest to Use. and CbeapdtJCATARRH
and'the ury in a healthy condition. "We would when I began with HOOD'S SARSAPARJLLIiAthe
1t whites that the best legislation cotton and cane in Calhoun county. -
Who Benefit by Protccllonl never have dared to venture on this enterprise rest. Altogether twenty-four buildings sort ton decreased. 1 kept iaku-
best help can be given. It is through Crops-Preparing ground (for winter It lor a well that
: was so i w nt to
the influence of the more intelligent of "We make th) affirmation.with much Imd it not been for the sugar vegetables hIs begun in Alachua county, were burned, comprising business work Yta a nee.then hav not lost one day on Sl by druggists or sent by ]
I
*l positiveness," says the I ounty clause in the McKinley bill," said has been marketed houses! mainly, partly occupied a account of sickness. am always well I and J K.T. Ilazeltlne.' m,
Phiadelphiaanufncturer the tI'
: tbe their that where crop have '
negroes upon own race pear in a good appetite. WM. A. LEHir. Xj. -aD.
dwe'lings the
the best use can be made by them of this which is published by one Mr. Disston to the reprter. "We took at good prices. Turnip and cabbage feed residences. The upper] stories, and four Railroad Street,Ke=dalh.ie. Ind. j I' .
: of the two our chances that the suitable fur estimat-id loss $175-
powerful associations under in i PATENTS"A.N.U.
is Jefferson potato *
hib.tarii sowing way ;
'" help.If "that the probablythe the culture of luaclnt and,while a crest planting has been delayed in D<'Solo, butis 000. with $75,000 insurance. Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner- Pills, :

the South be left atone, condition sole, beneficiary of the protective deal 01! money wa risked, we now see our progressing in Lake and Nassua; tomato I I assist dlgtoocu hedh and bioulC .................. -

will continue to improve until every system is the workin; u." The Manufacturer way clear. This year we will m ke 6.000- panting in Lake and Polk has commenced I -VAUTION.--Bew orStitatlag ,'"

t right will be conceded to the negro and should send for copy of that 000 pounds ofaugar and drtw I bounty d with increased acreage in the THAT wei story that comes from aboes wisb.ug W.L.J.uglaj, I t:

all justice enforced in his behilf. interesting "FatFryerGuide a ," recently 120000. Next year we will increase latter; hay harvesting delayed from 4 to Texas of negro who hnge upon the name acb s and bstItuaioa th.price are stamped Jranda1en on bottom an& W. L. DOUG

. Nothing has been more common for published by our high-tariff neighbor this output, and in H few years Florida 11 weeks in Jfff'-rson; crab grass awaiting ,cold until justice wa stisfe that .abjoc$ to PTaecatI n bY law fr ob. "
,
the past few yean in Georgia tbaa.to Eee tIle Tribune, which show that out of will be a rival f Louisana in the production cutting in Esc.mbia, where LeConte Wa legally de and .-'-.

the Governors of the State present at 399 millionaires in 215 of cane sugar. In addition to promise lit,le, but figs are plenty. came to life now able to polishoff WQd$3 SHOE

; '. .. negro colleges or churcaes aiding byword their Penns.lv.1ia in'manu-accumulated fugar cane, we have this yeir made an pars pulling and tobacco cutting continue a 'possum in first-class style, remnd '
A teasine aewed
a writer in the St. Louis abetbatwlli .qrlPt
.. : with rice. We have turned
and counsel those experiment in Santa Rosa where
negroes
who county. bay
,
are and
-
r facturing selling goods protected by : there are several record of criminals -
1,500 acres into a rice field and are already !- cases on '
I 4 seekIng to help develop their race. Ex. high tariff duties.-New York Times. peas and ptatlook well; cotton re- execution. More 53 'I qut5custcnmad0 soescosungfrom$4 $5 -
judicial
surviving
sure of success. We can put ten 4 -ms only .
3.oo
.1 : ?: Governor Gordon, the chivalrous soldier ard fodder sb. made with SW.
times that area under cultivation next pore than six centuries ago Juetta de Belsham $ -- .- 44 .Ies,seewely"ewed at the outside edge(aswWch shOwS
J fr four worked Hard on McKinley. and Washington counties gives double MM welt
years enthusiastically to ; potatoes wear or cheap snww
yrar. Of our original holdings we hne hanged for three days, was cut down andpardoned __ same price,for such easilrrt p.having onlyooeWIto
tnat end. what is the of promise a good yield in Polk, i. a narrow eawt *" t
"But meaning protection the superstitious believing strip of leather oa the e of about million people -
two but
I disposd acres *FOPu thronga ?
are wOTthieis.
where fine is
The present executive, Governor It means an additional sixpencefor we still have four million. This land a corn being gathered. that God had decreed other TeswosoIe.oftIv.DOvtfl.4s

Northen, does the same thing to-day. each loaf; that i the Irish of it. If few worthlessas Obadiah Walker, a former -. When wo trougi can be repaired..
was BS absolutely mtr .
years ago
They and several of their predecessors he had not the protection, the wouldcell New College, ol Purchaser* of footwear deslrtafxnlio -** I
loa the of the bed of the Atlantic -
tame area -
SITTING BULySDAUGHTEB. Oxo Engld i -- ,aboold consider the saperto*
? have been hea.rtilYlupportel by raaay: for a shilling; but if he. :. protection ocean. Today it is a source of a Swiss who w times, as cttbesethoesand not be
others, urging sympathy and aid from: it will sell for -- attempt beingfruztratedby a to boy cheap welt shot*
one-and-sixpence. venue to the state and its value will > ; *. every peculiarity
In liondont, T. 1 to Peter
k tbe whites toward the development: : of[ r Protection the for *' .arrie of the windpipe j ;;r *
%f English sixpence; constantly increase. 'h pnivet '
i Blarkle, Formerly of. the Army.A J Jr *
the negroes. and what more, it is the English for I aDraInI.g strangulation. A Gr W l S Sewed.I-'Oi'OLiC

:r_ A public sentiment is being arousedby an extorted sixpence The real meaningof I romantic wedding occurred at Rondiu', hanged i Oxor 16 the i erwsndi4tIIir

tho.high in office doing all possible protection, tnereror is robbery-rob- Florida resembles OYr.owed CaU La.d rnia in this N. Y., a few says ajo. The contractia; ore w prone te crown and -

c 'f to develop the negro, upon whom: in bery of the poor by the rich."-.Daniel that a ded of skillful parties were a daughter of Bittin.;Bull), the & me. 1808 one :!

&)&ft.'the National prosperity of the South- September 28. 1843, in, hU 'respect, is great engineering great Indian ci., and Peter Harkk, John,Green w i Ludon.and _
O.Connel .to the den -
must depend and to help build him".up the high tariff corn laws.A ment of tier oecets.ry lop formerly: o* the Unt States Ar n.. recovered on the dig tble Surgeon ---'L.E
t.bt :ais .
and agricultural lesurcu. Markl l for m higher better service of citizenhip. C Bl A ft
* have the coil and climate that should time and it is reported bride ones I I ', -' THEWO 4. _ _
1 ; irarw oil pipe line;rival to the StandardOil render this the tichest state in the union;; saved bis life when attack by Indian 'Dte".i She "HalfHangedMaggie. WZLZ,
Evcrythinisnow1avorable; but suppose -, Company, is to be run from Nowe but to large extent these natural riches, Tile weddin? was celebrated at ths rest' ._ was hanged in Edinburgh !! j :
ern Pennsylvania Newborr. deiceofVLiiain U.Voi: in 1740, came to life while being !
VanBr.rne
a: Force bill t teHnd like avanu tent z1t-
were passed.Vaat t
J The Jine 212 mildi lo metal in the ore, need to be unlocks field and C-
in th- Iwd for
:Jr';!"i"' "'..' chaiue,' would ba 'mile- !, There_..,,,\foal' will in. coat about wi, b,O I through the intervention of science. I Iriends" of M presence!ke. of a law intimate potter's.. '. yer ater. ,. Wlflglye ezeliuh. sate to ib.. dealers and enerl aeycans. _


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