Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/00304
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:00304
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A hARK! { SECRET 'ulhng-room Dr. **60188 between was always 10) nnj in 11 his o'clock con. deuce in some on". But, frt, who" ar "IF I WERE FAin. I am, an' I can't be no more'n I am,, steps, an' a honey suckle fell off tha SUMM Elt.
and you Do you belong to ? "
not engaged with patients, it kin I? vine an' hit me iri the face.
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and was found his custom to admit me. I sought like"My) name said lley.I, in I hopes am a visitor-reply ["Then she looked into her mirror."! "How do I knowj" says I, comin'' "Malviny"sajs I, all of a sudden Ob, sweet and strange what time gray morning -
him 'ouriet my
hoped, alone.Gooi on this occasion' as I had -would her. If 1 had little hands, and slender feet; back at her on her own tracks, an' a lettin' go my holt an' staudin up steal*

morning!" "Is this" and she bent eagerly for. I to my cheeks the color rich and sweet dab uv a cloud came acrost the face uv straight ez a bean pole, "ef the plumb, Over the misty at and gently stirs

The Story of motioning me to a chair"lid and he cheerfully, ward and whispered, with a wid, Come at a word, and faded at a frown; the moon An' the wind blowed the smell bigge t,
a Tragic the book ho 7aSIeadin8-laying am glad down the lunatic look in her magnificent" eyes- this a I I had clinging curls of burnish'd brown; uv the apple blossoms t'other way.I to ast you to be his wife, what 'u To brush the gossamers

Bun-hlne tduced you to remain.". "No; nothing asylum? of the kind. It is the I I had dreamy eyes aglow ith smiles, i: wuzn't makin' no headway all, you say?'' From meadow grasses and beneath black

Life Drama do T tW-aibTrLas! had little enough to Olendale Hydropathic Establishment And graceul limbs, and prettY girlish an' I sat thar without sayin' a word tell She was settin down, but when.I firs

Flace, I answere "In the frst'' :1 orthsb ire." i wilesIf that cloud went by an' the moon showet stopped talkin''she got up an' comin' In limpid streamlets or translucent lakes

S flsd not,overslept I believe mvelf 1 should; but, still even II "A kind" of hotel, then?" I were fair, Love would not turn aside; bright agin. llalviny wuzu't over to me, she put both her ban's ontc To.bt"he amid dim heon-Mlnt brakes!

st ayed." have Yes. Life's paths, so nat row, would be broad and word nuther."Malviny my shoulders, an'lookin me ez straightin

IJY E. M. DAVY. "Saturday is only half-day at the and"Do they leek people" up here as a rule, wide, !I" says I, attcr a bit, but the eyes ez ef I wuz the Jcdgment Oj, sweet and sumptuous at height o noon
bank. 1 < the I ell .' Languid to lie on scented summer lawns
I remembered that, if did mute I I were ffr she wouldn't answer. Days, she says:
not." you 1 no, I answered, smiling; "who Fanned by faint breezes of the breathless
CHA1TER L locked you in?" I I were fair 'Malviny," says I, beggin'; "I'll "J eems Jinkins," says she, ez slow eT June

THOSE GYPSY EVFB.!: ,"You'l laugh to remain.when" I tel you ffhat de- "My mother. Possibly she tamperedwith Perhaps like other maidens I might holdA take that back. They ain't no nicer gal m'lasses in Jinuary, "I'd say 'yes, To watch; the timorous and trooping

WAS "Tell me and see." the bells also," bhe added quickly, true of tie and tested than you in the whole country." an' make a sensible man outen him." fawns.

twenty.eight years of "Yell with a little mock laugh."I hHlrt'stre ,, "That's what Sam said last 3Ialvmy," I, rcsumin lust
when the Doctor, you yourself have gold. } night, says my
drama of re.mBlked a mother considers she hasa like tenderest clouds in
began. mv what an uninteresting set of peo- right suppose to lock a chill if &o disposed Lore waits on Beauty, though sweet Love says she, colder'n shade in Feb'ury. holts, "you've done it right ncw." Dapple early

i. evening in October, ple came have Not been sta3ing here ever since :! -" Would not up any man, placed in like alone, "Sam who?" says I, chokin' up. That wuz forty year ago, an' I reckon Forth dawn from their ferny covert glide to drink

O..1 was standing beneath could any concerning whom on circumstances, have talked nonsense to It seems to me, for aught might well atone. "Sam Higley," says she smirkin'. Malviny must have made,a mistake, fer And cool lithe limbs beside the river's brink t

portico! of a building of possibly feel the smallest amount; prolong the interview? But Beauty's charm is strong, and Love "You didn't think it was Sam White, somehow the moon ain't no older'n i

I which one is not usanlly: now.curiosity.Th new The c Ise is quite changed She is only my stepmother, and I am obeys did you?" wuz, ner the stlr: no dimmer, an' Oh, strange and sid, ere daylight disap

J (d associate, a hydropathic romance. that girl who came arrivals-that last night-Mrs.woman an and
gage es. Jhslargre1Te- and as she, drawing did so-hersel was up proudJ., I were fair, my years would seem so few; swajtgiu down tell my hopes wuz mostdraggin' wuz that summer night, an' Malviny an' To hear the creaking of the homeward

wind howled dismally looked steadily" at him. leas ordinary height of woman-she looked Life would unfold sweet pictures to my the ground. me an' June seems to be movin' along wale .

the trees of the ave- seated opposite to me. The morning superb. view, "No, he wuzn't," said she, provok- with our arms around each other, an* Drawn by its yoke of tardy-pacing steers

carrying away in swirls light- >\-hat fell full Upon bis open countenance. Suddenly a distrustful, suspicions ex- I I were fair! iner than ever, "but he was the night I'm ji>t big enough fool to wanter die .Neath honeysuckle hedge and tangledlane
last remaining leaves of can you have in the new prfsSiO came into her eyes. "You are I fair afore." when Malvina an" June does, ar' go ;
The view, ranging ar1.als? he asked.Do you know not-a doctor?" she inquired, quickly. I were with 'cm To breathe faint scent of the
them? I couldn't stan' it no longer, an' I over yander.-Will J. Limp- roses on wane
> r a 'wide extent of hill and And as he spoke, he leaned b ck "No, Perhaps the baby. with a scream of joy,
-was blurred and almost in his chair and looked at me as unwaveringly indeedIer instantly. To clasp my neck would throw away its toy jumped up offen the steps and begun ton, in Detroit Free Press. By cottage door, ani watch the mellowingsky

blotted out by scuds of flying rain- as I at him. you shall help me, s'nce fate And bide its dimples in my shining hair, stompin' round like a man with the -

clouds. A dreary prospect truly! though 1 hey are so unlike the stamp of peo seems to have sent you to me. I have Bewildered by the maza of glory there! toothache. The Paper Asre. Fade into saffron hues insensibly t ,

here and there inigut be caught glimpsts pIe, one would expect to see here," I wenton been i'l': ," she went on hurriedly; "for But now-ob, shadow of a young girl's face, "When you git tired, Mr. Jenkins," The world has seen its iron age and

of the winding Tine; Wexhmn's Abbey slightly sconcerted by his coolneos. how long I do r:ot know, and my step a basket uv its brazen but this is the of HUMOR OF DAY.
she chips
tower could from time to time be seen, They appear ladies of position, yet mother wishes it thought-for reasons Uncolored lips that Pain's cold fingers trace, says politer'n age, age pa- TiE
It while llilstop's ruined walls occasional.y seem to have: no servants w.th them. I be.t known to herself-that I am an in- You will not blame the child whose wee "you may set per. We are making so many thing of

revealed themselves in fitful glems of. have mace up my mind there is 60memytterJ valid stilL It amused me to act the part hands close, "When I git tired," says I, madder'na paper that it will soon be true A tailor's goose-The dude.

unset light connected with them-" last night. To-day I think differeutly 2ibt on the blightel bul, but on the roe wet hen, "Il go home." out paper there is nothing made. We Cuts a queer figure-The Chinese idol

I'm sick of ill"! I exclaimed, believing he"lean gi\e no information whatever," about it. I am being treated cruelly So rich and fair. "What says she. live in paper houses., wear paper clothing carver.

myself to be alone, 'most thoroughlyand answered coldly. shamefully, Mr. Dudley-" "Ferever," I. and sit on cushions in
But, in spite of all the self-control he "Can't I paper The to nail a lie to pin the man
heartily sick of it1 help you? I cried, impul. I were fair, way i
I "That's a powerful long time, ain't it, cars rolling on paper wheels. If we
evidently could exercise, I thought I detected sively. down facts. Union Standard.
friend to
Of what ? The County
my weather or Ob, just a little fair, with some soft touch "
? sofenin lived
Jim she in could
evasion in his words. "If I have says some. Bergen, Norway, we go
the ? In either I manage to a conveyed -
place case can message
only say faca to it much! A is called confirmed liar when
"You will piobably be called Abut my glorify 'Tain't no you're keepin'me on Sundays to a church. We doa man
you are a most ungrateful man." in to attend to you, will you swear to do what- longern paper
the imal d?" I said I ask I no one shunned my presence or my kiss in I settin' down business nothing that he says is confirmed.Boston -
The speaker was the doctor of the establishment hal jealously. ever you, and at the same time observe misery, says paper over paper counters,
who had followed me outwiperce.'ved. lie aroo at d pUbhed b his chair. thi strictest secrecy?" My heart would almost break beneath its agin. buying paper goods, paying for them Transcript.Did .

t He was a considerably "My dear fellow," he exclaimed, "whata "Yes. I swear it on my most sacred blis-s. "How'm I keepin' in misery with paper money, and deal in paper any one ever see woman who ,
older man than myself yet notwithstanding mere boy jou Have I not told you word of honor. Pis said each pilgrim shall attain his goal you
; art stocks We could look intelligent while talking to
a hundred she innercent turtle dove. on paper margins. row races I
ez ez a
can read like a She looked at me intently. said "Thank says ,
nearly twenty years' in you And
disparity shall each
our perfect light blinded
ages and only two weeks' acquaintauce- book? You have taken into your head you, with a most bewitching smile, and soul food "You know, well! enough," says I. in paper boats for paper prizes. As the baby?Atchison Glob

ship, an intimacy had splung up between that I know something of those people, the next moment the door closed. "I don't," says she. age develops the coming man will be. Don't speak lightly of the graduate:

us which might well have been dignified and are trying to pet it out of me. 1'ray Disappointed at the abrupt dismissal. When day's Hush merges into sunset's bars "Yes, you do, too," says I, fightm' come more deeply enmesh ed, n the paper he knows a great deal thatyou have for

by the name of friendship. He was more I pare yourself the trouble. I assure you yet pleaded and bewildered by what hadtrantpired And night i here. And then beyond the her off, fer I seen she wuz comin' net. He will awake in the morning gotten.-Elmira Gazette. -

reserved than I, but when he spoke about ne\.e saw the ladies in my life until last I turned to go, and, as I did stars 'rouud. and creep from under the clothingof
himself it was of his life in India evening. I should not even have known BO, almost ran against Mrs. Hargreave, I shall be fairE paper The badge of the delegate shows you
an his bed and his
army surgeon; and certainly that country you referred to them as Mrs. and Miss whom, probably, her daughter had seen lith Rutter, in London Spectator. "Well, you aggervated me to it, says aper put on paper who he is for, but it does not show you

had left its marks on him. Hargreave had I not, like yoursel looked coming along the corridor. A chamber she, kinder excusin' herself. dressing gown and his paper slippers. what he is after.-Dallas News.

He not tall but in the visiors' book and names maid her in "I didn't mean to," I feelin' He will walk over paper carpets, down
was a soldier-every there. thei accompanying was talking a says It is altogether useless to try to talk
inch of him; and his head, which w-8 h-pitched voice about the key. Iheard JIM JEN1INIILS STORY some better. paper stairs and seating! himself in a paper : to the who married
was only
partially> bald, would have delighted a As he spoke he stood erect, his finely her draw the lady's attention to the "Dida'tyou?" says she. chair,- will read the paper news in politics

phreIio ogist. I had dabbled a little in shaped head thrown I ack, his eyes un fact that it was in the lock, and I man. FUOM LIFE IX MOUNTAINS "No, I dIdn't' say I. the morning paper.! A paper bell wi a week ago.-Somerie Journal.
the science of flinchingly fixed on mine. -- aged to as I hoped and believed A'SKETCI TIE Friend out
phrenology? myself hind escape "Shore Jim?", she."Snore'n call him to his breakfast, cooked a -"My, you grind jokes
It was impossible to doubt his unnoticed. OF KENTUCKY. says *
day say here that Dr. Gascoigne's cran. words. Humorist-"Fastt! You
I felt shame shootin' Malviny I paper oven, served on paper clishes, laidon pretty fat.
turn was one of the finest I ever saw. even to have called forth says them back.YankecBlade.
Yes, you are decidedly an ingrate such assurances. CHAPTER III. _- -_ _? '. j HE moon wuz shin- an' with that she edged over some an' paper cover on a paper table. He ought see come

continued the Doctor. \on arrived here Taking no heed of my hurried npology, A. DAMSEL IN DISTRESS. \ i, in' away off up yau. put her hand in mine ag'in. will wipe his lips on a paper napkin, and -

a fortnight ngo a broken-down invalid. he looked at his watch. "I wish to see Mrs. Hargreave." -;: der in the blue front She didn't say nothin', an' I didn't having put on his paper shoes, paper After a woman passes a certain age

The fine air, the rest, not to mention my 'It'stime for me "to go and see some These words, spoken low and somewhat ; ) :: yard uv Heaven cz say nothin', an' we didn't do nothin', hat and paper coat, and then taking his she would just a soon get married on

Cheerful society, have made you-" sick walk people with in?"town, he said. -Wi you timidly, were addressed to "Buttoas," :' }, soft anyeller ez a only jis' sot thar, hold in' hau's, ez paper stick (he has the choice qf two Friday as on any oihsr day.- hon x
'Convalescent.! Therefore what me who that afternoon e .
possible same was standing :
:".; ripe custard pie he walk Globe.
: : I : and d. : ; that waz all ther waz in the world to d-', descriptions already) wi on a &
I for readily, we set off. .
reason have remaining? 1 am a ocqu.fBced gazing out at vacancy from the front door .1' the blossoms
.. .; .. poor man, as I told you, Doctor; and, except Wnen we had pas-ed through the groundsand t'G, ( apple anyhow, while the moon waz shin in' soft paper pavement or ride a paper car- Farmer (to tattered tramp)-"Why

: for the generosity of my employers, into the road, "Why do you stick to step.There was nothing about the 'speaker ,tJ 't wuz pink an' white aud the apple blossoms waz smellin cage to his paper office. He wi organize don't you work for a lvinl" Tramp .

could not have afforded to come here. that wieched: bank, Dudley?" he astel. to attract attention. She was small aud 'r 11 on the trees, fillin sweeter'n, sweeter, every minute. 'paper enterprises and paper "Because I have I dred dying rich.'* -

\ : But they consider my health of service to "I've been thinking over your case seiiously. slight and dressed very quietly in black.I 'c ": : the air with the "Malvy," says I, in comin' back to profits. He wi sail the ocean on papei -New York Journal.
them, so on return to-morrow I You are not constituted for the should probably have passed out with 'II uv angels me a
mean the
my 'l\'a. ; steamships navigate air in
." ...: to get into harness and devote myself to work either physically or mentally." out noticing her but for theboy's reply. .\.J< _.' ,.J',J. 'J. smel Malviny wuzsettin' the st rtn' p'int alter"while, "s'posin1 a ballonns. He smoke papei Paten (who has been In railroad col
you chin put me in the ol "Know of that here said I man waz to kiss you? wi a paper cigar I ?" -
working off my debt. I am not alto -I way earn no one name feebly-UDotor. can recover 't
'; gether an ingrate, lOU see!" my living honestly otherwise, Doctor, he; which perhaps was true. But he was out on the porch steps; the old I "S'pjsin1 what?'' says she, lookin' or paper tobacco a paper pipe, lighted Doctor-"What?

"Yon are really coing to-morrow?" I shall only be too thankful," I answered apt enough at figures. folks wuz gone to bed, an' I reckon Id fierce. with a paper match. He will write with of course.'*- Patent-U. Djmae

"I have decided to leave by the first warmly. "Beggars may not be choosers.I'll "There is a Mrs. Hurgreave here. Her been holdin3 onto her han' fer up'ards uv "S'posin' a man waz to kiss you?" a paper pencil, whittle paper sticks with
tell bow I'm placed. My is 29." sever'l minutes tickled 'most to death There are in some 43,560,000
tt&iJlin the morning. you grandfather sitting-room says I."What. a paper knife, go fishing with a papei soil
had answered made a fortune; father lost it The lady turned to thank for mosquito larva to acre. It ii always
scarcely him when my young me 'cause she didn't snatch it away. man?" she curious like fishing-rod, a paper line and a pipei 0.0
ad-bespattered traveling carriage dashed 0: the turf-and died five years ago. my iniormation. I was bout to raise my in says safe to count mosquito's before
Malviny!I" says I, purty nigh, a is. : hook, and put_his catch in a paper 8 eggs
When women b/1'
up to the door. The top of it, even I could fully realize the fact that hat wJen-"Miss Lynton-Edna! I ex they are hatched.-New York
the driving seat, was piled with luggage. I: was penniles-i, I left the Southern claimed. whisper. "Me?" says I, bolder'n a bantam. ket. He will go shooting with a papei Herald

One of the horses wai ridden by a post county where I was known and came to She llu hed crimson as our eyes met; "Yes, Jim?'' says she, hitchin' up an "Ycu?" says she, juaipin', but not gun, loaded with paper cartridges, and When Johnny broke his mother rocking-horse ;

the North, a stranger. I h

boy.We stood aside to watch, unseen, tienew countr gentleman lives, hitheito; but I mistaken, sir," she said, falteringly."You : "Ain't ther some fellers you kinder "Yes, mel" says I holdin' on tight. with paper cannon and paper bombs. What good's a horse unless I,'* broke
arrivals. now that I must work. It was no take me for some one else. like little beltcr'n other fellers?" .
i1 Apparently they were byDO a some "Well s'posin' she sc-.In I had Having lived his pa/icr life and achieved -Judge.Tomlj
;, means unexpected, for the manager easy task to find employment. At lust I "Is it possible you have forgotten ma? "No, Jim," says she, an' I sorter fel her. siys a paper fame and paper wealth, he will -"Does the High and Low It
,! and took this in Bank, where I I knew you although it is six
came clerkship
manageress promptly instantJ.
upon my gizzard drap about two feet an' a retire to leisure and die in R. do think Danly-"Oh,
.. scene; and two men with a carrj! ing-chair must fortune turns her years since- "Then says I, all the time paper papei pay, you
She's slow about it in "Excuse It is mistake." Thento half. what" There will be funeral at I understand that the conductor -
; hastened to the c. rr age door. wheel enough my me. a pullin over a leetle clos'ter to me, an' peace. a paper yes. .
And I laughed little the "Will tell Mrs. Har "Xary one? I. which the dressed in that road fortunes.
The first to alight from the vehicle was 1 bitterly. pngs. you says she comin' ez if it wuz unbeknownst to mourners, paper, on are amassing
;< lady, teemingly; of middle i gt'0.- "Yon should marry an heiress my dear greave 1 have come?" "Yes, Jim," says she, "one." will wipe their eyes with paper handkerchiefs Yankee Blade.Cobwigger"I.
her what I doin'.
,. ...... man whose transpireut, delicate foatu'es, boy. You are good-looking, and, what'i "What name Miss? That hoperl me a good deal; hat an' wuz and the preacher will preachin
... care-worn but above all Lei more, you know it." "Say the maid she engaged this morn "How do I know, Jim? says she haven't.'any chang
expression- the she said it. He will lie in
a pulpit. a
." to attend Miss that is way like bird."Would paper paper this morning; chalk it
; flurried and anxious manner-voald: \"e! 'Jomy cost.'Bow's ing on Hargreave; chirpin' a just up. J11k.
anywhere Ialvinv I takin' holt
a new coffin he will be in
says wrapped a paper "
that? man-UThat's too much to I
..... have attracted notice. Hei enough. you keer very much, Mal ak.
.... closely braided hair was smooth and "1 ecanse if I had been a plain fellow, She spoke' proudly, almost defiantly, onto her han', "cf I'd throw a rock, viny?" says I, changin' han's an' sorter shroud, his name will be engraved on a afford to waste my chalk that way."

., fl.I ;. ) light; her brows and cj clashes colorless or eve ugly, I'd have stood a better with a coolness th .t amazed me. about now, could I hit the feller you like slippin t'other one 'round her waist 'an paper plate, and a paper hearse, adorne -Boston Transcript. .
chance of doing what Edna Lynton, old tutor's daughtermy the best?" with will him
almost white. She spoke a few words tc you suggest. AJy my paper plumes, carry to apaper.linecl
I '" t sweetheart reduced this her not tryin' to git away, nuther. Billy the Beau-"Anything new in en.
old to "
have invited -
Mrs. Hill, the manageies*, though the employers perhaps might "No, Jim, says she, an' down went grave, over which! will braise '
S \:: reply of the latter was alone audible.We xud to their bouses; as it is-having marriageable Six years since-that is, one year beforemy that dura gizzard ov mine ag'in. "How keer" says she. a monument.-Paper Record. gagement rings? ,Jeweler! -" e our

.0..r.'t <-. have very few visitors in the house daughters, they are afraid of father died, and the subsequent "Why couldn't I, Malviny?" "Keer ?" says I. paper new 'Seaside plated goods are cheap andre

.;... tow, madam; aud I have done all I canto me. 'The apple of 1 er father's eyo' breakup of my home-Mr. and Miss fishin' 'round fer hint. says 1'1. "S'posin' keered ef you didn't, Jim?" warranted to outwear any summer
. insure privacy. This. is the tea hour. might think Jack Dudley a hndsome Lyiilon: visited us at our place in Surrey, a she, turnin' her head an' resort Weekly.
: away
of Chinese
n.II!' -<;. and I think the im alid maeasily be fellow, and he might have worldly wis- and an ardent flirtation between Edna 'Cause, Jim, says she, an' her han'give chuckin' her chin tight down her Discipline Troops.
,: liken to four apartments unebs.-rved* dom suffc-ent: to follow up his advan and myself was the result, though it a twitch. agin An English journal describes the man Clara-"How well you looked on the ,-

lV to ; -tL:. There was then no chauce of escape tages. Well! he's never had the chance came to an abrupt and unfortunate end- 'Cause what?" says I."Jis' purty white neck." ccuvering of Oainese, trojps at a review street yesterday." Maud (immensely
." i." 'for' that's all." ing. Afterward the father and daughter "Oh, Malviny, says I, with all the flattered "Dj think sot i
\ either Dr. Gascogce or m 'selt. jet 'cause, says she, an' she jerkedher that was held at Nanking last month in )- you really
rt- >/ r,f: "Fate is not always cruel. Someth'ngnm : went to re.ide in Jersey, and some six soul I ever hope to git salvation fer in "
,ate.. ,1Jf willingly or unwill ugly] wemtist remain I had Mr. ban' outer mine an' slid over to'rds the presence of the Viceroy and a great a awfully glad. Clara-"Yes, ydu
;i Then turn up, and shortly, too. months ago seen Lynton'sdeatb them two words, an' I rrabbed her to "
we wcrj stationed! nn I witness had such veil. Cloak
of drill on a becoming -
recorded in the Times. the throng spectators. The was entirely .
$. .Ii "I don't it. raiin'
tai expect
entrance of this invalil whom it was me witn both han's, an' she lifted her
what had become of Edna I "Do reckon I could hit him with lines that Review.
3a "It is 'the unexpected that always hap- wondering you on European except at
t; ,. Wtdcntly desired 110 visitor's prying face the shun down .
eyes moon right on
? '; .should lIee pens,' quoted my companio, and heard incidentally she had gone out as a a club?" says I, pickin' up a bit. tel certain point during the movement the }Irs. Van Cruger-"It strikes me, 'my

,t'. .J.r .! The lady went down the steps aud reIsrnedpresently scarcely had he spoken than he took governess, and, if the truth must be told, "I reckon," says she. it an' put a gold crown on her hair, an' bearers of flags leaped out before the dear, that flirting has become almost a
Co-. ;: leave of me at the house of one of his I dismissed the matter from my thoughtsas ?" I. the stars laughed in her eyes, an' the main of "
", :" walking beside the carry. I I had dismissedher "Could you, Malviny says the an' white body troops, uttering terrific science. It remind me much of chess.
entirely as
,. Jng-cLair, on wLich' reclined a figure pat Huts. image from bcle\'ed "Yes, 1 could," says she, kinder quick uv pink apple yells and brandishing long fla stalls like Edith Theodora-"Yes, mamma, that'sso.

,.... "' ."wrapped in a long dark mantle, and In this mannerour talk abruptly ended, That the girl I my !just seen was Edna an* narvous, an' then a heap softer, "butI blooms 'blowed 'round her, an I bent' spears, concluding by refolding their You can't get along without the
.Slowly veiled. and I retraced "It is down tetched to her'n I
11. turning my steps. an my lips an
rtam of of the fact around the stills dexterous
I felt as as wouldn't. flags by
,. -At the moment of passing me, however, the unooked: for that always happens! Lynton felt ez cf I had the gatesuv 1 men.you knorBoston Budget.
l:: 1 ",gust of wind swept through tie portico, Somehow these last words of Dr. Gascoigue's that she pretended not to know me. But "Why wouldn't you?" says I, aggin'her Paradise an' wadin'jasper knee deep movement and leaping backward into Employer-"We want a man who jf
I how can a gentleman insist: on an acquaintance wuz
')' too, M though in t-orje mad frolic flung haunted me. which lady virtually denies? on. iu through the medders uv the the ranks. The drilling :\conductedfirst 'willing to work and knows the city.
'I jok the veil from lLe recumbent figure As I entered Glendale House I saw the a to wait "I wouldn't hit a dog with a club," glory by companies and then by regiments Wiggles the Tramp (sotto
My course was as patiently Promised ToehWel.
: "hatmetmysigMhy the vi book lying ou the hall table. By Lnd.uMalvinyl the various bodies afterward
t laughing she. being
ior' I could for the of the says 1 I ought fill the
as mysterious I
unraveling alter guess
&f.t.ot a of the darkest absently, but quite conscious says -ny feeln'shad t bi.
10wf. pair most no circumstances in which I appearedsuddenly "I ain't no dog, says I, breakin' out reformed and put through various the city like a book and working
roguish it and settled
.' eyes imaginable! The rest of theeahUei of what I was doing I opened some.
Ui.T.. again the of the new arrivals to have become imolvod.TO in the wrong place. she movements together. la the opinion of it for the past two week*."-Yankee
: were handcon: to a degree, read names ; w "Yes, Jim, says nestn' her
: [ BE CONTINUED.] "Who said wuzz? she one observer, the men did not keep
you says very
though deliberate I Blade.
... they wore loinovhat disdainful then walked up-tairs, turning head ag'in my chist, an' me both
prfsskm, while a sli Ltlv fatir.cil curl 'y in the direct.ou: I believed the mighty provokin'. 'round her holdin' on's ef she evenly in line, but he saw no soldier "You sir

,.On the exquisi e'y chiseh d lips added tother rooms 27 28, and 29 to be situated. WORLD'S FAIR FINANCES "You did," says I. arms ef,I didn't.'S'posin' losing his place either in quick marching .I with Magistrate-the are charged witness, ,
$ than detracted from-the f ascinwtag I found m'sel in a short corridor. I "I didn't," says she. might git away or the rapid"forming of sqlUtaad! col- hitting prosecuting ,

beauty of tbe face. led to rooms only, and gave one "Well come mighty nigh it I'd hint soinethin i.boutgittia' umns. The bayonet exercise was also )McFadden, with a brick. Guilty J not
Souvenir Coins andOOO.OOO $18 you "
AbeeMer, lady, wi'b I an impatient ges- idea of being a pnvate if not somewhat The Bonds, I."I married? says I. ; smartly, and the tiring was guilty?" Grogan-"Please, yer anner,
I lUre, replace tie veil, keeping her lu.nda isolated, of the building. ludget. says "Who gittin' married?" says shs. gone througii 'twor a very solt brick. MUther Me Fad-
; I par well to the The used
wazn't talkin' about at all men
: "and bending forward spoke wordsStSrningly I had never penetrated there before, Members of tha Finansa Cornmlttjs: : of tha you, "Me." says I. up average. dan is a friend of mine."-Indianapolit .
of nor, in point of fact, could I have framed says she, sulkin'. their old muzzle-loading! mustets.-New .
augry and hnrsu expoFtulan World's Fair at Cheapo have practically "Who says pullin' off. Journal.
I). C. -. A half.stirteJ I of any legitimate excuse for being theie "Who wuz you talkin' about, then," tor Orleans Picayune.
lipj.lo) laughter window. I sat determine tha picy: waic'a they wl purf You, says I, ketcbn' a new hold of Servant "Mr.
&aftedtownl'd me as the little p.o- now. At the end was a says I, gittin' ugly myself. (delivering message)- ",
rI ce"l '\heJlGII8COI Scarcely had I done to than rome one selling the souvenir fifty taut cains "Don't do that ag'in, Jim," she Gazzam with the that he shoot
.1 Ue an I I were once more bonds out, she ez az a gal with Double windows-that is, windows request
B', Itoachtd tinned the handle of a door, rattling it disposing of tha Im Igst of esti nat J 1 expenditures says sassy
an clos'ter tn' ketchin'
J him on the s!ee"c.Ye beaus.I snookin' up her with double in his dog which is a puisance ia the
was the handle waichuas 003.1 s'b'ltteJ b7thj. glass-are an advantage
'hat, a lovely "ill-" 1 cried; no sily of and impatenUy.. I heads of the varioui departments. r ardinanlW. seen seen I wuz on ticklish ground, breath. either winter or summer. In the winter neighbrho. Gazx.im-"Give Mr. .
::bi:! d tluddcniy, for I felt his arm No of t n Co ninit- gtin' "Do what?" I.
Tresenfy there was a smart rapt_e, PecV, Oirl'l an' I begun of."What's says season they pay for thcsetVe'in a monthor Gazzm"s compliments t( Mr. Trplett.

: '14Be hacl turned r \le as ashes, and as of the knuckles against the wood tee. has submittaJ the report IK the BJal'do the use ov us qunrrEln', "Skeer me," says she, kinder shiverylike. two by the diminution of coal bills, and ask him to kindly poison his htt1
!j,** man njisht i do who believcd work. This was repeated more and more .ara of the o-jia'oi that no more )Ialvinyl" says I, mighty forgivin', an.tryin' since with their assistance not more thin or burn up her piano.."-Harper's .Bazar.
Isq ken K;! si. uuu a mut fred loudly. I approached in. the a key-instantly than f4,000IX)0. ) worta ot th'bon U. w.it oavj to git holt on he hand agin."I "What skecred you, Malviny says I, hal the coa? which is usually needed is __ .
,t_ Ushe left mel 1d I saw him no more -I am locked Bring to be fOld, paraajs not air. U.i* proViSIOIIfor haul the Three Kind of
I ',ItftOOVhours t. ,' excited and imperiousvoice their sale will be rails in oje.. to con ain't quarrehn', says she. fairly hankerin' to daylght raj. to warm a d weln They are Llirhtnin?.
.,1$ later, I inspected the vis- demanded. ply with technical con iitiois o" tin Act.of "But I wuz tryin' to," says I, meetin' outE anything that ud skeer gal, just as great an advantage i:the summer According to .Arago, the celebrated!

111"-1ook. The uame ofIr ondtettgrene "Yes I responded, in an eager whisper Congress granting the S3.50JDO) > ap.ivpr.atioa her more'n half way, aa' she sorter let an' wantin' the wunt way to at her to season, for not only do they shut out the French physicist, there are three kindsof .

ep.T appeared to be newly en- And in less time than it. takes to These b:1isi bpaYoue: on sr ba- her ban' sup over to'rds mine, that wuzreachin' have me, but a feared to do it. dust, but by keeping them closed durn. lightning which he
names lightning
-- ,I ; numbers of their coins, tell I had gone to the service-room, fore January, 'round in the shadders.I "You did," says she. the day the temperature e of a :
.28.and 29. watched the key of No. 29 from its book, The souvenir co.ns wi 02 SDII by taac.t rom i ot the first, second and third classes.
\ for ea3'a. fa? idea of wuz feelm' purty shore now, an' "How? says I. be kept five or ten dc.4rez below that of ,
liter again, and had turned it in position npanv Lightning of the first is known as
5rut Bound the in gas was extinguished, was the lock upstairs! Riving t:any s/niicata, tie etlr. issaa. wasdiscouraired. gettin a clinch onto her han', I says: "Axin sich fool questions,t says she. the air ouUi Je.-Ne ff York Journal.! II foil lightning. eL the second
I 1.r" i the house was hushed, "
"Malviny I, "I think a heap uv "Ain't never goin' to git married -
thOll tmok J1g in my room, th'nking of Robed horn headtofeet in some costly The budget of erpeniitares up totli opanin !I" I swallerin! hard."Don't A Curiosity of Digestion.As class a sheet lightning, which hat nc
ttgbing. and the Oriental stuff-bar dark hal ou 1. 1H, mt- you. says definite form but
'\f411 "/ eyes, floating *-of taa Jiipisition .Ity seems a great
.lea W.beautiful! face; siieculat'ng! hanging like a cloud about her her ca'that a tri1 over ),OJJ uia,5 oa "Jis' keep on thinkin that away, look ez ef I wuz, does it? says a rule, people di esc most easily miss of light. It has not t b intensityof 6
IbdOths: gns of tLe and gypsy.like .eyes flash- she. she laughin'. : like bet. is th
loctot8 Jim what There
emotion lips qUlverg. expanded.MB. _ _ says they a dyspeptic lightning of.the first eLu When it
bj electric
ean -ual that the incident hal o-- ice seemed .to "Fer how long?" says I. "How do I know!" says I. in this town who suffers the agonies behind cloud it its J.?

of t'7 eet earlier, so that the dullness rk -breathless, panting, stood the FKEDsaics JOHSSJV write! ti Cn- she."Depea's ". "You know? she occurs a light up 3** '
lh .
s "That depen's, says ought t says pes- of death if he eats a'piece of white breador >, ;
before .outline
only. Occasionally
i,? l'trilTir' ** time might have been girl whom I had seen evening tain J. H. H. F.3jitc, of thj muWorld's ?" like -
:& endeavors to clear the most beautiful being I he r be- Fair Coai m ioo, tat: na hi: ai- on what says I. terin me everything."How drinks a cup of tea, an Jyet he .wi the entire body of clouds,
; the aJd
yst Ic;f up held-nay, it eemedlmpossl b e that in coTarai ths Natural< li.-iija. iu Rajcbriise "How do I know?" says she, sorter ?" says I. eat a large piece of fat pork and a plate to came forth'from the very

; St ,. the wide world there could be such another 'V*", wait.na Djhavai t) 01 t, peevisd. "Guess," says she, laughin that of baked beans swimming in grease, Sneet i it much ofJt
very more
: : CHAPTER n. when she saw me. largest sasiafras traa in tas cn It- Jcmeasures the beaten'est low little hemag'izi. lightning 'fr.
air critters
She drew back "You women sweet, laugh uv without experiencing the slightest annoj.ance. d
j incir.MnrvMHa: t > rk
feat lightning.
*OTJTJ> eleven quent Lightning ;
--t, JT ABBT AN HSIKESS.- .I. supposed it was a chambermaid oi'i t .. ) .realm' circumferaaca ," says 1, drappin herhan'., He he likes pork and ,
$ later than evi- at fount an ;nr-w. 5S ban of the third kind called bait lightniag. -
: I
too late usual when I awoke assingshe began reWnber apologetically composure. sal an aroDr-vits sjvii'-ji "I ;" says she, fi up. "I can't," says I. and,nobody can doubt it after seeing .Ball }lightning l lasts for 'several
st to join the public striving to ani oas fOr ?M feet men--a ati.-iJi.- air all growed on the same She looked at me outen the corner eat them and he fur'
dent up '
e unquestionably seconds and
; qUIte too late, alas, tot11PDt'Y however, appeared impossible. fet in ,this respect,. differs
IFPA1' train. Ordering, therefore. a will was rowerless to curb her excited pas- steci." says I, fiarin up, too. uv her eyes, cuter'n a kitten, an'the aishes an illustration of the ma'im that widely from, lightning", thoiritaa4L: l

e 3rate1jf.r *_* n.y room, I dressed delib- siou.'I. IN th3 new Maine town of Ramford FJlg "\(1. I don't keer,''. says she. ezpesky summer efenin' breeze. spread a smel w dyspepsia is.an unaccountable! ma lad f;. second,classes! which arinthistrti'L ; %! t.i{

)$I CIOmp :wU: weather. had undergone a ann t help itl! I am driven to" it- where not even a 105 hut s o.1 yair ap. : cz a stubborn calf. "I am what apple blossom? all over pot.'-St. Louis UQbeDemocrat. : ease D .
!&tlY. ge, the lIun thone briu whatever you may think of me! she SIQ.OOO residence is building, 703 man are .. ,,.,, -lmtWI. h'0t"r ,yo.r".to"-". .'':' -,
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had luUe4. vent pn, reokcssly.) "1 must place COfla at work upon mill?and ottwr structures.. i_ Isr i: '_'h "" ; '''
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This met 411 appd.intmemmttlmereby imn rO the Uonorable Board of County Commissioners. DRUG COMP'Y
Third Party Circus. evciy STARKE & O
Bradford County,State of Florida: TRY
BRDFORIJOUNTY) TELEGRAPH. B.tskhi & Maim came and held their who u>cd language not found in a prayir We the undersigned, reRistered voters of election -
district No.Biz,Bradford county State of
little show iu the court house on Tuesday book in describing his methods of doing j FlorHa. would most respect'ully ask your Honorable Is now located next to the Post]

PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT- afternoon of ibis week. Baskin, considered business for them. Board to grant unto C. M. Sparkman the _
STIRKtBRADFOILDCOUNTY .FLORIDA. rights to sell liquors,wine and beer in Starke.tn find 1
1 in connection with Ihe position to In my next I proposc...to pay my respects election district No. Six, Bradford county and Office, whcye the public can a

? ,. Editor I.C.WEBB and Publisher.- which he ngpircs, is not even a man of l 1' Bie'r Abe. Jerry & Co. Watch pray State, etc.of Florida, and your petitioners will ever full, clean stock of fresh and Retail dealers in

mediocre ability; his education has been for our smoke! M. C. L. D W Alvarez, Owen Owens, F R Morgan, Ed WhoIsfe

htsxmark Chandler, WlUam Knapp, William
SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAR. wofully neglec'ed, and his information is Waiters.Cain hiKxmarkLeonard,John hisxmark DRUGS -
cf Ohio ( ()1T1)ledOl ss. ,
State Jlty
Batty, James hKxinark Sallett, Benjamin Kite,
limited that considerable number -
**JSntered to Act of Co .tjresn in very so Lucts Bounty. jFrKiik W A Cone, J L Wynn Frank Jones, H C Wynn, and Genera! Merchandise
of farmers can ever look on him with J. Ctienry iDHkPs oath Hint heI S J Prescott J P Bennett, WM Peek, Robert MEDICINES
the Post Office.-Starkr.. Fla.t nt Second I i*the senior partner of tht linn of F. J. Jones,Joseph Finley Perry Johns, James T TOILET ARTICLES ,
dot Matter.1HB any degree of gratification, as governor of Cheney fc Ci)., doing business in the city Thomas. Johnnie Johns, N C Walnright, W F ,
P P Prevail, V K Prevail.Robert Kile.
the proud state of Florida. He dwelt of Toledo, 'county and stale aforesaid, Richard Baiiey. Albert,James Albert. Spencer hisxmark SPECTACLES, TRUSSES, etc. sTAEE 2'DORTTD.& .

TICKET. mostly on the money question, but never and that: waid firm will ;pay the sum of Clark, Louis hisxmark McPherson, Jack his x
ONE 11UNDHK1) DOLLARS for each mark Cummings. U K Wain right, Charles his z under '
For Presedcnt: did show how the farmers are going to and every cse of Catarrh that cannot bo mark Lee Sr, E Stilley Ben hisxmark Dell The Prescription department is Staple and Fancy> .

secure loans from the government at toper cured by the usa Hall's Catarrh Cure. William hisxmark Roberson, Green bi xmark the immediate control of MR. R. R. croceries .
GROVER CLEVELAND. Hamilton. Joseph hisxmark Holley,Marcelles
cent., and thus left that issue as one FftANK J.J'HKNEY. Wall, E J Lewis,John hisxmark Slephel Fred JOINER, who has had 20 years' experience ? Any conceivable article. .
For Vice-PreAWcnt: Sworn and subscribe-1 to before me in Martin, JR Martin, J H Dean, John fell S P and accurately
of idealistic iteory and political specula- niv presence, hhmilth day December, Crews,S Crosby, A E Hutchinson. J \V Williams All prescriptions carefully Any kird of Provender

A. E. STEVENSON. tio'j. without uiiy practical side to it what [SEAL] A. I) 1SH Andrew Crosby J S Hilliard.J J Cone, filled day or night. Store open Sunday Feed
Joseph Johnson Berry hisxmark Osteen, John Hay
For Governor: ever. A. W. GTREASON, Notary Public. nuwoD tvuiiaia dicuea, jamcs nisxmarK i from 1:30 p. m. to 3:30 p. m. for Live Stock.
Hall's Catarrh '!,nrp is taken internally j
RB Strickhvnd. Matthew Johns NVilliomRamage.
HENRY L. MITCHELL. His excuse for voting for the ballot box tim blood and Jones Starke, Fla,, -
< and acts directly on mn- Edmon Dees, Jeff hisxmark Lee Sins Largest

For Justice Supreme Court: law, and payment of the poll tax. as a coos surfaces of tbe system. Send for hisxmark Kelly, Wash Roberson, Henry lila x mch2o Goods Millinery Stock
testimonials free. Sold by all druggists mark Clark, Albert Mudge, Lewis hisxmark Dry
R. FENWICK TAYLOR. prerequisite for voting, is the most childish .J.Cni-Y&, Co. Toledo O. Baker,Jesse Johnson. Robert hisxmark Johnson Election Notice. in town.
75o. F. ,
J M Henderson.R A Townsend, Wm Gaines, A F 4
For of Stale: apology that u grown man ever offered Brockmyer, D R McRae. Lee higxmaik Omday, WHEREAS The legislature of 1891, under the And Furnishing Goods, all styles, sizes and prices ;
Secretary in explanation of his political course; his To the Public. Henry Milchell Jr, George A Gardiner Reinhold constitution of 1885 of the state of Florida, did
EE: Johns, EL Strickland, W H UnderhIll resolution an amendment ,
JOHN L. ,CJtMVFORD.For Ra-chdorf pass a joint proposing Clothing:
advised that the current
excuse ie that the measures were adopted You are rumors WDJ Roberts, Henry Hoehle, W C Strick to the constitution ui the state ui Florida, Call and satisfy yourself. -

he in the throughout the state of the prevalence of land, James Hornsby, Eilw Williams. Gus Dean, And the same was agreed to by a vote of three
Atlorncy-Gciicral; iu a democratic caucus, that was F Feldman J L Frazed. Alexis Andrews. FA fifths of the members elected to each house;that For Farmers Builders. Phosphate Miners, and

WILLIAM B. LAM.VR. caucus, that the democratic collar was the yellow fever at Tampa or Ybor City, Hess, J R Alvarez,James Kite, S A Johnson, the vote on said joint resolution was entered up
foui.dalion. There is John Uglow, Samuel hisxmark King, \Vm Find- on their respective journals, with the yeas and :XlBiJ ClAAr diL
For Comptroller: around his beck, and he was compelled to are utterly without Joy Geo E Pace, A Floreus, F J Field, Wiley Rob nays thereon, and they did determine and direct : "j also Stoves Ranges. Cooking Utensils etc.Furniture .
democratic no yellow fever i in the slate of Florida, erson, T J Cone, Wm hisxmark Williams, C M that the said joint resolution be submitted to the
WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM. support them as measures. Sparkman, Simon btexmark McFashion, NelonJlattuewa. electors of the state at the general election to be To suit taste and any pocket. Also, all
Now with the dog collar of the.third party nor has there bevn since the cases reported R Pliisxmark Powers,Ned hisxmark held in each county in Florida. ny
For Treasurer: tint McLeod,H M Parish. Fortune bisxmark Hill A On Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in : *
annual of state
around his neck, will he not be guilty in the third report hisxmark Dyal, T F Manselt, James Benton, October. 1892. kinds of other House Furnishing Gooda. .
CLARENCE B. COLLINS. And how board of health. These rumors possibly Hebron Brown, Kobert hisxmark Love. Jasper the said Tuesday bfing the 4th day of the said
other act?
of some outrageous McKia- said resolution reads as follows -
Brown, Silas Kite, George Finley, J A J October. The joint
For Superintendent Pub'Ic InstructionW. can the people trust a man, who confesses became rife ll.iougli the report of the state ney, O W Parish, A J Underbill, Noah Strick- :
Und, R W Secklnger,S A Strickland J E Cone ARTICLE I. .
N. SIIEAT15. that he is led, like a dumb brute, by H health officer of the exUtenc-j of yellow Kason Woodard, John H Pawell Madison Warren Section 2 of Article X of the constitution Is

collar fever on the schooner "Eva Douglass" in Morgan Brown, J W Cone, ML Johns, Jack hereby amended so as to read an follows: The BEST! GOODS LOWEST PRICES
For CommiBsionfr of Agriculture: party ? iiisxmark Brooks, Daniel Edwards, A S Crosby, exemption provided for in Section 1 of Article X

LUCIUS B. WOISIBVELL.I Manu is very peculiar, and remarkably quarantine off the Mullet Key quarantine B Witkovski,Willie rono, P Burnsed Joseph of the constitution of Florida shall inure to the ,
Said schooner being five miles Kckert, Isaac Edwards, T M Wiiiaji\s! C Gardiner widow and descendants of the party entitled to
windy in speech, but innocent of any attempt station. ,R S Powell, W W A gin,W H hisxmark Ward such exemption in the following proportion, viz:
Presidential Electors: from the station and forty miles from Chas F Annan. OM Alvarez, JW Alvarez, AE One-half thereof to the widow, if there bea '
his to
to b.-inc on
appoint, Moitt, John Warren.August Raue, Wm Mitchell, widow, and the remaniing half to
T. M. SHACKELFORD, any issue presented. He undertook to Tampa. Thomas Hopkins. Irvin hisxmark Johnson. Chas the child -or children and his or their FOR YOUR STYLISH A TURNOUT

B. B. BLACK WELL, Your attention i called to Section ?G6 hisxmark Dell,July hisxmark Gaines, Richard descendants the latter taking the interest their ,
that he acted and voted
meet the charges hisxmark Uobersoi, Stephen hisxmark DeSue parent or parents would take If au re. If there

A. R MAXWELl with the republican iu Ohio and of the revised statutes and you arc informed Tom hisxmark Denafleld sr, Isaac Reynold, W be no child, children or descendants, then the
THOMPSON. party Baisden.. J W Brooks, Kliah hisxmark Wright, exemption shall inure to the widow, if there bt HORSES .
W. N. said he was charged with working for that persons who repeat stories or Jackson hisxmark Lewis, Samuel hisxmark no will, as provided in Section 4 of this article. If SADDLE
Jones, Wm Brown. Fato Tlson, W H Miner J I there I I.e no widow then the exemption shj.ll inure
Second District fever in the state
For Congressman : Hayes in Ohio in 1S7C, which he said was rumors of yellow cases Roberts. Benj Kite jr. A J Crosby, L F Gillyard, to the descendants of Ihe party entitled thereto -

ChARLES M. COOPER. a he for he was at that tune in Florida come under the law and can be prosecuted J L Gillyard, W A Varnes, F C Hayslop, Tate .and sucn exemptions hail apply to all del"its and Gentlemen's
I Powell,J K Melchcr, Leancler Moore, J U Richard except as specified in Section 1 of said article. For Ladies' .
For State Senator. 15th Distiict: working for the election of Drew for governor by time state Inard of health. I will be \V H Winn, E L Stewart. J W Hicks, F Dlollingswoith Now therefore, r.otite of such determination ,
G W Strickland John Fitzgerald, ia hereby given with the following instructions:
j M. L. MCKTNNEY. ; said his first vote was cast in Ohio obliged for any information concermng W E WiigLt! P M hisxmark Miller. N W Hackett, Any elector de iriug to\ote tit KUCU election arni

that he voted once in New York and parties who may originate or circulate W H Rivers, J W Hodges W w Sapp,J M Alvarez in favor of tbe said amendment shall have Writ-
I For the House o* Representatives: Win Tison,C P Cason, E L Alvarez,J G Alvarez, Urn or printed on the same ballot on which the OF ANY KIND GO TO
J. I'M. GASKINS and E. P. WARD. twice in Pennsylvania at Pittsburg, and rumors of yellow fever in your section, as RR Joiner, RM Alvi'.iez, J Kleinschmidt, Wmhisxraark named of tha person or perecns vcled for for any TEAMING ,
the buard is desirous of making a few examples Barne. W J Gibson, Mack Jackson office or offices at said election are wriltet or *
all his other voting was in Florida, but. side there'f i..snamu's
t hisxmark GrayS.'I Crew.- H N Richard. J W printed, aix.!ni the snio
Inconsistency. he cover did tell, what party he voted of these "calamity liars." Ai.drews, Jamt-s Ellerson Nathan Moore, King are wi itt-a or the 1iia' -U.Anmendiaciti thIvarez & Co.'s Livery Stables.
hisxmark Albert. handy Brymer John hisxmark ," nrtl .uy cli itor desinlrg La votagai..t
In is very inconsistent iu the third par- with iu Ohio. Jo&Ern Y. PoniEn, \vrittt. J M Bhtch. W hisxmark Canton, A said atm'it n.lttnt, shm1 have written or

Steinacher. W F Edwards. J J Rhimes, E E t.n such iwliot.on the Mtk' tl.ereof above
tyitcs, pr people's party, to claim to be lie objected to the number of clerks! in StateJIcaltb Officer Wills, Benj C rem. Jacob D Monk, Nicholas hiss printed prescribe', I 11 I e v/oiild "Agjiii'-t the.\nwuimtmat it" Fine Horses, Carriages and Saddles. Expert Drivers. Draft

; democrats, when the whole force of their the departments of the state at Tallahassee A LeaWer..Mnco mark Yorick McFashion Payne, Abraham Israel Johnson hisxmaik, Harry McFnbhion Brymer,, sed The anti votes decl.lri.ti cat on m this amid qm retur'n sto"thereof shall! 1-canvas sliull I.c Animals and Vehicles for any kind of Hauling.
ii-_ assault Is against the democratic party. but never attempted to show that the its lirst I introduction, Klcclrir! Dennis hisxmark Johns., Dan hisxmark John made by the insjn-vtors.aii.l by thu cc.ur.ty cv.iivassing FEED FOR YOUIl HOUSES. LOW -
Clias McFasliiou Caesar Mc board and by thicstatecanvasiuboar.t 001) STABLINti
The usual of ascertaining the principles Hitters ha* gained rapidly 111 popular son.T A ,
way service could be performed with any favor until now it is r-o-iriy in (lie' leidinong Fashion, Kit \\ illiams, Isom Wilson, Jonas Hall, iu the siiiiie manner nr.ti at the times as oies c; of a party is to look into its platform fewer number. nmiK'imd tonics and alterative. W E HuU-liiiisoii,John hisxmark Wallace, ham for persons for oiiices at raM ekvtion r iv i tqui.- CHARGES.
: pure Hankereon. Douglas Hampton Win hisxmark ed by law to be caimva'.sed. declared a ud rut nrnt d
3 and when we come to examine thispeople's He"wants to abolish the national banks, .-*-containing nothing which permits Hampton, Audreyliisxinark Jackson, sr. Hen- Ta-i attention of the sheriff-i is called Li' tt e law STABLES OPPOSITE KOIITS CAREU6E FACTORY, STARKE, FU.FLORIDft .

S party platform, we do cot find aft but that is matter with him and I its nso as a beverage or intoxicant, it is !ly Mitc'.iell. sr. Alfred hisxmark Hampton,J E requi.i'lg them to clause a notice ol the said c etiohto -
io the
family recognized as the be.st and purest medicine lusxmark farKer. henry %Willis Willie lilsxinark lie r-iioisie'l iu a nev-paperprijite.I
; *ingle principle enunciated that ever was the republican party, since that is not a for all mlmuits stomach, liver and Dell,Miles Rober>on,Simon hisxmark Starke. F county if there- a patir i-.i tin county;ainl if .1
',tibii-hi.th! m tu! % uiitythc>y
D Hanscom, Chas hi-xnmrk Lee jr. E C Morton. there bi- Ito ? civr
% recognized by the democratic party as n democratic mcasuie. A conversation kidneys. It ill euro sik )hoadacbe, in- John l'arkerSamliarrisjr, James Vlckers Josh shall caUse at fet livi- ( nj :i's t>f this notice to tie CENTRAL AND PEKiHSULAR RAILWAY.

principle. dijji'Stion, consiipalion, and drive malaria hisxmark liar es, 15 E Alvarez, George Mitchell, po--to1:*< CS Iii tLccowuty.
s- correct political between a farmer and his hired man will from the sybtcui. Satisfaction Riiar- Abraham hisxmark Goodwiue, Thomas his x IN TESTIMONY \VlKiK''F! lla\c: bereiu-to FLORIDA TRUIS( LINE. SHORT IIS E .

The preamble, apologizing' for the organization Mann the Tic farmer each bottle tho mark Stuart, George Goodwine, Muses hisxmark set may luiiiil a-il h.i\e Iiereuiilo afri.\c-d the
illustrate on stump; ant"t-d with or money ut Yallahnsste. the To all points in South Middle) awl West FloiMa, Mobile, New Orleans t ml the Southwest
of the people's party, and offering had an unruly ox. and instructed the will ba refunded. 1'rice only .r>t 0 vents nboltlo. J Wesley C Aiiilrews.U.iud.r Etl hitocsnark J Johnson.Join Robert s, P Vv"Fayw Snowden, H OKichanl float cai-ital.cftU this':: I .!.iy u'Jue, A. I). 1WU.Ji Direct connections to all points y01 lii C est nndKortl'CCbt. Elegant new coaches.
the inducements which led up to the sold by S'arko'! UriiyfO) ). Jack hiisxmatVi,1iuis, W M Smith .HX I. (.!IAWFORP, Route from Tampa ia Montiei-hIIatmdThomnasviihl.to Ciiitinnati withoutctange. sleeper.
the woods .
lircd to "circumnavigate
man P.. CUKV.-'. ti-cit-lbry (jf StitC.S'.ierstf
J B Roberts, J S W>mu'. P. :
'tto In clTect June 12 1892
'rIMsi ( ,
adoption of the platform is a tirade of and empanel the ox in the impound"; the A Lie Nailed.To STATE OF FLOiUUA. / : of Uradfcrl CCUPTJ .
July 1. lfc'Ji-ii 3 I 7 SOUT11ERN UIV'N.t S 4 It) 2 IE.TiG.i. Li'm' i
abusive epithets against the democratic know whom it concern : Bradford County i iPcrtonaljy .!:
hired hired did may
man exactly appr.ie.l before me C. M. Spark- 5 50 it) It) a Lv Fenuisidma 'mr : si I, 4 a 10 p 7 (JO a Lv Jacksousitle Ar $80p I71ii12aLV
party. In practice, this people's parly is what to do, but went out and began chasing It having hct n binughl! to my knowledge man, \VijO, teiug duly sworn says that each and ?; :tee.! p Callahan Ar 2p :-mau fl-lOp 73.'aLv Baldwin. Lv 7Mpl2Olp84ipli
that :uv in ciieolation to the foi Jackscrivi.le 'mr 2Llip ;: ll2.a St3sAr lak, City Lv esip 92elUt4pLv
: leporls every name or mai k aluAtd to the egoing application 1aLv
democratic -
of the will
still the very antipodes! the ox when the ox threw his Six nir-nth1 tYLer tla'e I prcmentniya Baldwin Lv I :; 4ia 12U a ti41a.r LheOak Lv 540p 800aIi I1221tt
up tilt-el thai: IS H Johns! for oUK: time wns; act "UK! lie-'d <.f time iierson ui- and vouchers the lion \Vm. F. Mal .1p

party in this: From all indications thepeople's head, and lashing his sides wUJi his tuil deputy sheriff ol Kridford! county, lisul no ji.jrtin rramid.
party seems to lx an oath bound like a wild buffalo went dashing through !been discharged! by recommendation of signatures w mail.h. ISradford anti of state John of\V.Florida liuMir.ell, as, deceased ndministralorof for 2.lptr Citra LvllOta 2-Ha 4aah1t.3zAr MOUrICCIIt) Lv 320p 4Js

secret in its action and the rank tho board of county ci tin iuissh itiers. 1'iis S.vorn and eubscribtil before ) the es.Uite amid ask for final discharge 3 31 i Ar Silver Springs Lv 9 :mo a It' a I 4.0 p TaFahassee Lv I 45 p 3 10 a '
seltlfiueiit a
party, the wilderness beyond all control of the final 4.ia (
thai such entirely I i iaeAu r. 1T.1SB2. VC. M. SPASSSJAS.N. 21-la 344pAr ()eaha LvlOlla 135a 343pAr Juincy Lv1247p 120*
forbidden its leaders is n tx-nify I : repoils arc from said administration. 00 i;Co a 4 i0 Ar RivcrJum etion Lv 12 f'8 12 01
and file of the party by WAISRIC.HT, 1 7(13 p Ar hlomosassa Lv 7 a p a500a
S hired man, who, upcu returning was witliont foundation and tin b.mnl of Notary Public' A. W, DIDDLE, 5iIptr I.eesburg Lv 84-alO3Op 631p11OpAr( rensocola Lv eSO 245p54La

to go to any public meetings except asked by the farmer what had become of coui.ty oommisMoners have never officially [SKAL] Stale vt Florida. May 2"U02.- Cm Administrator. or Tavares Lv 814a 910p 2GtiaAr Mobile Lv I iOa509a

Its own or to listen to any public speaking or to my knowledge in any other way, Judge's Court Bradford*County, 83'pAr Apopka Lv 1'2'a' 6311p 74aAr NewOnheana Lv 810ptiOa
; the ox, replied, the ox "had scatterfisloc- TO the honowblo Board of County Comn'U- Iu the County "ipAr Orlando Lv tOOa .iiSp ltIUaAr St.LouM Lv 740p
sweet-scented criticized the cfl'.cial' conduct of said 1]. E. o'f Florida State of Florida. Lv 9 08 12::o 4 4 Ar ChIcago Lv 2 OOp515a
;- except horn its own ated all over the equanimity of the for siouers of Bradford CountStats : Uy the Judge of said Court, 3 ai a 4 4 p Lv Wiktwnod a
literature John :E. A. Toon, We the luuler&igne'], ii'ri! >.teieil voters f election 6l5iAr DadeCity Lv 3la1"Ap ; iiLAN3iNt AND C1TMBEttLaNDhOUT6Oa
speakers, or to read any political est." Mann "scattcrflslocales all over the Ch'ii Co ('.,tn.. Bradford Co. district So. Six Bradt'jfd county. State of In the matter Exercising of the probate suggestion jurisdiction.of insolvency of : 1IpAr 1lamitCity Lv l'.aOa 9lTp I il I1.2 -
literature. The Fiorida, would most respectfully ask your Hon- 1 CO a S op Ar Tamna Lv 5 3fl a 3 10 p
people's filed
except party of Henry F'. York,deceased, by
equanimity of the forest. Buskin and the estate Walao I 42 4 : o ii tj aLv Jaeksnnvthle Ar
(I)1tblf Board to grai.t unto M. L. Johns the right adiuiuistratorof estate. m1) Ar Lv I a p 8 10 p 5 50 a2Z3pAr 1
Idea of c secret party is not only undemocratic Mann arc both sure of being elected, so mud license to set iiiitiors wines and beer in "tX7HHREAS W. T. Wfeks,,W. T. Weeks administrator oft Gainesville Lv 11 12a 55pll Ica Ar Fernandina Lv 130p 7a
Slarke, election district. .N'o. Six, Brail ford county of Brad 6 t) pAr Cedar Key Lv 30 a. Ar Brunswick Lv S 00 a
but it is tin-American for it is the t-state of Henry F. York,late
I Z9; they and State of ibm i.Lm, and your petititiouers will
say. of Florida, deceased, hat this
of ford county, Trains on Southern division leave Archer daily except Sunday a3:4O p,m. for Wfllfoton
with that freedom ,etc.
Mt in accordance ever pray day filed in my office a suggestion of the lnsolv; leave mine
Early Bird and Eagle Mine: Eagle daily except Sunday, at 4:30 a.m.for Archer awl
thought and speech and action, which is M. C. L. Says : Y,3 H Austin, I Vv Colic. Morgan hi-xmark Brown, encv of said estate intermediate doicts. Train leaves Oviedo and Winter Park daily except Sunday. Leaves Ovledah.i *
4 Noah Strickland. E v, oo.lard, P P Prevail, Owen These are therefore to notify und admonish >daily, at 8 SO a m: Winter Park at 8 37 a m. arriving at Orlando 9am; leaves Orlando dmfljrat 3
of American The is boiling fast rind furious rPOYALIttip' B \Vitkovsli.. W Wulter, A S Crosby, said estate to
claimed, under the genius our political pot Owens all persons holding claims against p in, arrivit g Winter Park 5 3 p m;Oviedo lip m.
thi section. The candidate fcr J D hisxmark Monk, \VV Papp, W M Peek, II CSVynn tile the same in my office, duly authenticated on Pullman sleepers for Cincinnati and Tampa nod Jacksonville and Tampa and JackjonrO
citizen in
Institutions, for all American ? H 31 Hothle, Bun hisinurk Green, J F or l>y the 2Uth day of January, A. D. 83, on and New Orleans.

ship. Secret political parties fear publicity county office is out in force r.nd his name Crosby, J M Warre ', \V D hisxmark Fiiulley. W which day there will be a pro rata distribution of Trains on the Fernandina and Cumberland route leave Jacksonville and Femandinc dafljr
\V Agin, Jonas Hall.Joseph Holley,51 Wall, G W the assets belonging to said estate, among the Sunday. Connects at Fernandiua for Dungennet-s. Cumberland Island.Jekyl Island aa4
and the light, because their deeds arc is legion; the woods are full of them each hisxmark Parish, A J Underbill, V R hisxmark creditors of the same. except Brunswick, forming the Cumberland route and making connections toy Ma con. AUaataChatt >;

evil and their political teachings vicious. with his little tale of past services, and a 1'revatt, George iiis x mark Findley. Sebron Witness my hand and seal of court this the 29th nooca acd northern and western point. St nday train leaves Jacksonville ft 40 a m. makesCamMr) /
Benton, B E Alvarez II M Parish 1892.
Bn.wn. James day of July, A. D. land route connection. Leaves Pt-rnandina 5 p in. arrives SncksonvUle 6 15p in. Pullman iIei. 'k
The veiy fact, that those people's parly full dozen good reasons why he should It JI Alvarez,R w Seckinger, Chas F Amman, Win [SEAL WM. F. MAI.PHTBS. cars Brunswick to Atlanta and Atlanta Cincinnati and Nashville sr.f
Milchell, Thomas Hopkins,Irviu Johnson, RubuLove. July .ti, 18112. county Judge.
leaders do nut want their followers to just have thai particular office, and why Chas Dell, July UainesRichard Roberscii. Information see local agent, Ticket office 8C W. hay street cornsr Hopan.Depot toot(
Stephen IcSuo.Thomas Dpnatield, Isaac Rey llojan street. Jacl-Bonville. A- 0. MacDonell, Gen. P. &. T.A.X. .
hear a democratic speech la, because they you should support him. I understand nold, Gee W B.iisden, \\'W Baisden, Sam Herri:v Notice ot Election.TO S. PEKNISCSTON. Traffic Monnscer.

know they have been telling them tuitruflu I hat some of the candidates are plnying'' Fortune Hill \VilIii.m Brown. Fado Tipon, J J the Sheriff of Bradford cOunty, State of -
Rolens,C M Sparkman,B Kite jr, August Uaue. Florida:
and if their followers should go to fast and loose, or setting their trnp to AKliIPOYiER A J Crosby, Cain hisxmark Leonard, \Vui hiss KNOW YE,that I, JOHN L. CRAWFORD, Secretary SUMMER RATES.
'cm and Look mark Robinson M Gaine.s. Albert Mudge, A of State for the Stale of Florida.do .
woulu find "catch a-going.
a democratic speaking, they a-coming F Brockmyer, Edward Lewis, J T Jones, Win hereby give notice that a

output fraud which these leaders have out. boys;-the parits are getting too fat McGe Richard Towi send,RBSlrickland,Mack General Election THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA R. R. M now pr..
Johns.Fred Kelluiu, II C Haislop,Simeon Kei'.eyWas' Will be held in Bradford county. State of Florida,
been imposing on them. As an }nstance apart for that kind of business, nnl in i Roberson, hoary Clark, Louis Baker,Jeshie oa Tuesday next succeeding the First paring rates for the travel out of Florida to all summer resort, whioK

cffortsio straddle fall bet Johnson, R fraud which these our will
of the people's pariy- j you may del Ron F lUIoMugsworth. John demons, Bill taid Tuesday being the shortly placed on -j '

lies deal in. the writer of this article has ween the two. Absolutely! Pure. Carlton. E L Stewart, John Dean, dee E Pace.E FOURTH DAY OF OCTOBER. This line is the shortest awl fastest out of Florida, carrying the Want

4 just been informed, by a respectable man. Never in hit history of the county did A cream of tarter b.ikiflg i-xiwlcr. HiRlicst of Clark: Stilk-v.,R'McRae.Isaac J Edwards.LGilharU,Edward LF Gilliard Dees., P rpCjvson P For For a oio Governor Justice of of Supreme the stale of Court: Florida., of Florida. India mail to all points west and northwest. Trains arrive and depart .

that a people's partyite told him, the dcmitcratic the democrats have a better chance to all in leavening i>tieazih.---fMttt Lr. S Govern ,Elmer Alvaivz W M Ramuiagr. John Had For a Secretary of State of the state of Florida. from union depot in Palatka nnd Mncon. Connection made with all lines
nient Food son.i J .Joiner.Silas Kite.JH Powell S BJolins For an Attorney-General of the slate of Florida.
party was in the majority in congrcxs. elect their full ticket. The third iwity- icpuit.ROYAL 100 Wall St. X. Y. J J RUimrs. Jot. jjii Findley. E Stricklan.l. I For a (Complroller the state of Florida. in Macon with the vestibule limited,for the Carolina, Virginia and the
and had taPed and refusal to pass lies are working day and night, bum it is .IT IS A DUTY Ton ovre yourself and family Warren. r."ills.Brooks.A K Henry Moiit Mitchell Abram joodv.'ir.e.G W Stritklind. O,iH -> For For a a Treasiii Superintendent of the of state Public of Florida.Instruction of the east, Cud with through sleeping car lines for resorts in Tennessee, Ken .

any measure of relief for the people and conceded by all fair-minded people that to cot the beet value for your money. (jinliner. Frank .Jones. John il Roberts F t-tate of Florida. tuelcv and all points nortlr and norllnvesit. Sleejiinij cars between Palatk*
Economize In Tour footwear by pnrchaelngV. FeidiaV H UndernilL P W S'jowden. J.im- For a Coiiimis.-iouer of Agriculture for the state
that that was one reason why the people's they haven't a ghost of a chance. The \ Lu Doaslaa Shoe*, which represent the Horusby. i"eitViiliuimis.. W C StrickUnd. J E of Florida. and Macon. Trains leave as follows: Palalka, 5 40 a. m. and 8 15 p. ra.t
bent Talne for pricoa asked, as tbonsaadiNO E M Strickland. J C Andrews for 15th senatorial district.
patty was organized. Doubtless numbers democrats are well organized and propose nh1 tetifvLT1JLE SVBSTITUTE.. JCCummings C'one. GUS Dean.jr. Lsliam Wilson. John Uglow. For For a two Senator members of the House of itepresentallves. Hampton, G 51 a. m. and 9 ,17 p. in., Lake City, 8 0.3 a. m. and 10 55 p. ra;

son. Wtu H Miner. J W Alvarez. T A Cummings, For a County Judje.
jilc'* purtyitcs, and a fear of the correc will hew to the line, let the chips fall OMAl.-aicz Win 'fben. J M Blitch. HO Richard For a("erk of the Circuit Court.

lion of such Julse statements is the reason where John Du'iie. Eej Kite David Kite.P Johns.S For a Sheriff ; '
they inuy. J Pre: why: they prefer to oper.ite in the dark. 1 regret to sec son.c good men who have Wainrteht-E A Gr.ines. Elijah Wright. W M For a Tax Collector.
Smith. PBiinued.KE: Johns. J R Alvarez. TJCone. For a a Coun'y Treasurer.
4' political party, operating in secret, isbngcrnusto always been true democrats on the verge F A lies.. \V J GlistO'i J W Hod f a. John For a County Superintendent of Public Instruc '

the rights of citizenship, in of into this third party G.-itlc- A Ma'iJis'HU. C( ar&lim.er. Jniin Fitz eralJ. USPo.vei tion. -
going ; J V,' \Vili4Ias.'t'M\Villi.immt. any land or country, and lu our country men, slop and study. thii not forsake the Jones }j 1.* i.fsxmrk Willi.uiis. N Vf H-icl.elt. For a Justi'-eof the Peace in and for the following
J (J Mvars-z. J Cl-cluud. W A Justice Dlblrii.-t, \iz:
F J Hel.l. Bailey, I
H is the very bane of political libeity. only party where reform and relief i* possible .I B Roberts. Joseph Ei-ert.! Jf.ck Jsissmark Williams. No. One, j SCHEDULES CF DAILY TRAINS INEFFFCT _

Any man who would consent to become in older to try an experiment in 1 N Moore. V.' A B-ai-nt. II N Richard. Tale "-, Two. JUNE 12th. 1892.
Powell, 5! I). J w nurev/s. James his x mark .. Three,
the Mind follower of secret political teaching new anil untried organiZA'ion. Sonic < f Parish. Edmon h-svinark ChauJlof. II Rivers.A .. Four,

: has sold his birth-right of citizenship) the demands made by the pcopVs parlynre L von.Kirn.Kiilii-.njk Jai.if Ellison Wiiliams.7.1 L Ed.f Johns.Johnson D WAlvaiez. '. Fl\c Six. .AND FLA.LIMITED" ()IUOsI'RcI'.I. ,,sHAHDuAH %II.EV imujrg."

for a mess of miserable political right uid just and of the cvik Kobert Pajne, Cac>- ir hisxn pottage.
inauj' .
,, SSte
; ciiacJcyMcFavlii.i.t.A Stfinecker FKdwnrds, Eight, LvCallahan... ii-.p I .0 Ar
The democratic party makes wo attempt complained of exist; but the democratic W Eiluuivrsi-'i.John hisxmark Xfr'ght. King Nine, Lv Way cross.Lvjesup .. ..... 5(. Lv W acr.aa . .. .oi-. Lv Mp 100jTOOj.
Ii SXiiI.O k /..luerkoiiek Pii jn-*. GJlet'a hi..u. Ten, ... .... .. 11 13pjCSOp Lv -sup ....... .. .0 t. Ari .ckittnvi1c..I. .
to retrain the members of its nrc-mizuUoii been these i-viU i .. .. .
ArVawat !
party has fighting same A McFA-: vi. M<-iii3ii-J: : MoF shirn. AIfrhii -
in acquiring political information from for many years and will continue to do sJUmnin < \t i.- : inui 1:H ii.t.i-i. biironl.i-ccuru-ic'.rcf'i: .ho": For a Constable in .iud for the following Justice LvT.Iacon.. .. ail! t : .s IV.-. I Ar !
.' l-ivji JoliBson. Ji-ck Brcoks. S A StriokU'.m Pis-triots, viz: Ar Atlanta..... \r Au-rti .l : t 145* ,
any source, and it feels H proud.&ilUfiic .in lisa party: and help us keep oil -sU -' Slwnar(..tiLiIA. Jalu Sj.'piier. W R Del.! Israel No, One, .'.r rroa ,.. etWa

tipn in the full assurance that the leading ihu force bill, and aid us in repealing ihe John-i Ia.> hrsxmark-on.: Ha-.n'v JoLus'n.lirj'i.icr.John R hisxin lisxinai-i-k \Powers VailueRobeitKite. '". Two.Three, ; C n' ; I.. i..t m- :i- ... ... .. ii 2 iip! liiop 6U0a,

of the democratic party in contract with many burdensome laws thai time rtpiiUu* U LI ci no L ':: ; Harry Urjnirr. Herii-j- IibXutftrkMivOhellor. Four, LyAtlanta----------'t.v- ....... .. .... ., ..- .
.J T 'rl.oni- Khe, C t--r ;z"I': 1)
_4 Miles Kobcrsuu. JJ Oateen. ISp
the teaching of the people's party luis an party has fastened upon time rt.m king 8 H its. Sii-ioii liisXmark rnrke. Anilrew liisXmarkJacktoi Six. : LiXCi : l..rri .; ig 1233a

nothing to fear, but everything to expect people of the country. TK BEST SHOE QlaSCSUloaiHlBO a. : *.D llauipton. Will hisXm .rk Hampton. Leven. / I have -. i' _: !_ :- ;--- -;--;-: -
A genuine sewed f-liOi-, that tt''I not rip flna Samuel hmixmi: Hanierxon. F 1) Hanscc.ni. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. Lv liur in.- ... .i ; : -- I I ;. . .. ,
in the way of gain. This third party movement lias in it calf, seamless, smooth InslJo, Ccilblo, more com- John Hall. Samuel Di>s.ue: Chr.s Xinark! Lee. [L. S.] l.erounto set my hand and affixed thereat Ar Loutxs t"f!! __ I __ __ I i i I m.i.. t 4
ort&ble..6tyli U and durable than any other shoe ever E C Morton. J R Martin. JohuTarker. J >3hBarnes. ( Seal i>f the Slate of Florida,at Tallahassee ,-. ,,,
some good wen: most of them have !>een old at the price. Equals custom made slioesccsting .Sum Hirris. Denis Johnson. Janes hJiXmai the Capital, this the 9th daycf LChatraq. -. .
Race. Ar Memphis. r .. ...
The Negro from$4 to Jf.OJ Willis. hi.sXmfrk. JutyA. D.lWtt. -- --i. Li JV* .t I I I
democrats heretofore but in this county and 85 nnnd-.etvec!, fine calf shoes. The k Vickei henry George JOHN L. CRAWFORD. Pullman bt.cct Wt C- I 5.. ; At' 'a;,ArUvtf"; rl-i' >l u ._..
The negro clement of the state needs +pV most Btylish,t'asy rind durable shoes ever sold Mitchell.Jl hick DtSne. A J Greene.ThomasSte- -- -- -- _
there hits bftn for n number of years a at the price. Tbey equal fiue imported ehoes costing ard.'my M Roberts. Fred Martin. Sam King. Nelson P. S. t'uws, Sotretarjof State. Jacksonville t>Ci. r- fc-_ >: JiitK lr i.i c J I'il.iu--i IffictSSOp
the civilization of the whites; needs their Ki lford-County. and elegant day c .:: One: ir-1' i> y t c s tIj York
from$5 to 12. XattlieAv-s. Geoi-ge Gootlwine. M P Milir.M.I SberilT. o< l r"ri f".uVS i v \/ *MLIZa.iKjrrr.
the lawless disposition class of men who liuvj always xntagomz 5O Police Shoo, worn by formers and all <"t iiisYmarlr Wp8li v.. OAi'npv .Ifti-.ea \Vii.it.lics i Aug. 5, 15 2. Jacksonville t> Ci iita-jiJ.iCaS'-r.viii--1, >J. >,pal l* } ..,, T. c ..: i .'.ti. tr. Ju from
protection even against $3. others who nuut a good heavy calf,three i Leaui'er ?.fooi-e. John Bailey. Joseph noojja without chunc. i'hi C.>.itt i'fl"r ivn out : Chnttaiioojja: ais.. c r i-'< a lvcpcr to
ed the regular democracy, and done nil eoled,extension edo shoe to waUc la,and will -
of their own race. They have the feet nail cay C'ot'e Jr-lT Lee. Ned SicLeoa.STATCOF Notice*. sLL.t :: zrcL \Vasiirptoi! : ii 54. ::.. .il<>->IJUflCtWmI1On
dry wr.ri.i.
In their to defeat its regular keep rLOKlD.Vl Limited t.-> Oct. : iSTO land tie U. t'O..It.K..connecting with
power nominees CO 30 Fine CnST f-\-J5 and S3.CO Work. i sale from May ito Sept.30. 3 %
.I Ihi'lr rights before our courts of justice. IN CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDICIAL 'the "Iloral Tin J. "
;>&. Inrmeu'e Shoes via give inora wear for the Bradford County. \ ALL SXmSJEK J5E5O23TS. rc.
They are being educated ut the expense nt by running independent candidates. money than any other mnke. They arc made for ser Pel s-injlly appeared before me M. L. Jf-lui"] Circui. : of Florida, Unxdfoni County. Full information relative to rates,hotels, etc., cheerfully Limited rafts tt ail Eatttrn PtinU r'
Now this class ot men has left the vice. The increasing ealcs show that \vorklngaenbave 'vi!..,.b.-ingduiy sworn s ivs that eaih and tv"-"j In f'iiancery.The furnished. Every letter of inquiry answered in detail. tare as l-nu a* ty any alt-rcitlies. 4.
the white people who give them nIX : found thiaemt. atnxeiltn the Lnn.l Jlortpage B:ink of)
I t'2.OO a=a Youths 81.73 School name or mar< foregoinglion aj.Iiie Limited. I Iv For berth reservations, rates,folders, etc.,ajij'ly to ticket agents throughout Florida or to
bolt in it Florida
is the
grudgingly order that the may have n not ii patty, is H formal orI: !s hocji are worn by the bays every- wa.s the act and ileeil of time IHM son pui mitt- <. I Foreclosure FRANK M.JOLLY, Dist. Pass. Agt., Si West Bar Street, Astor Block, Jacksonville Via,
withdrawal. These men have pirn- wbere. The most sr'i tebieslioesso1d at the nrlceg. !imu:: I.-'i'in Cia same mil that tiiere were na S. Fram-U Gapjiner. F. O. }- ofJi.qnes 8.W. WRENN. G. f.&T.A..Knoxville.Tcnc. C1IAS.N.KIGUT, A.C.P. A.,Atlanta,G ,
proper conception of the duties they ow i3.OO HazidRewedsas4ICS frail 1. bi-ibcry or lUi-cptio in piociiruii, suth .
over, bag and bi.ggnge, to the third 2.O ) and 81.75 Shoes for sinatirt's or:r.az-&s. and Paulii.e I, Morteage.Jaquies. .
to each other to the commonwealth and jutity. iti ie,are ma&oT the best Dongola or ilne Calf.as Sworn and scbserf'H'd! to before I ij-r
and I think it is tor the beM for desired. They are very stylish comfortable and durable .
now we j '
roe Auiu21, cK'i -M. L. Jorrs.U. -. .
to the God that made them. The$3.00ehoee can fight them face to feet U-ltt-.r luvcanojien 1 from$4.00 to es.00. Ladies who wish economize la \VAISKICHT, \ \T being made lo appear hy the affi.l.ivit .t J. ?'tI'Jo.,1TIF\ -, -.-.. --. -- .- -' _
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"- They live under the.Nimc laws and arc their footwear are finding this out. NMciy Public 1 L. Fiuzet. cuiiii'l.-.in.iiit':; si.'iciUkr, bat the : ,,. auiti-.1! k.t..? :-- '
c :emy ilian :i wolf in sheep's Caution.-W.I..Dongmas'uame and the price Is [ SEAL] Stste of lorida. above UJiiic-'UIefi-tiJunis, F. <>. Juqu protected by the same laws which govern Stamped on tbo bottom of each ehoe; took for it Jaiitus. are non-resideiits; of Lle S.i'iof "
clotl..nji. There ale enough of {,oid! siml when yon buy. Bownreof dealers attempting to BUDBtitnte Flori-ln. and that they an* each over the ago of
and protect thf. white people. Yet \\hilcH other makes for them. Such substitutions are Notice oi' Election.TO .
true men in ibis county, men who *\ave fraudulent and subject to prosecution by law for obtaining !v.y.ne( jen.rst'iid Uiit thH.- l place of resid-: -
few of, them might possess M talent far under folae pretences. all and singular the Shi-riffs of the several enee I-in the city of IVovidpnc-j.State of Rlim'eI zl 4 4r
above their fellows-.13 a nice their instinct always Ucn loyal to d< niocracy unit vhioiic'er v.L. DOl/CLAS,Crockton, filaea. Bold by comities of ttu Scale of Florida: land!, k is therrfj.-e ordered that the aUne
named defendants F. O. Jaques a"d
KNOW YE. that I. JOHN K CUAWFORD.Sccrtan .
fur u moment doubt the eventual W. HODGES.i
} and qualifications arc not such HE J. ot State for rl.e Slate t-f Florid.i, do be, and they and each of them arc hereby
of that and the final i required: t;>plead,answer or demur to the Dill of
to fit them as rulers, and when they are success party triumph rCoiuniissioncf's hereby give notice tha t aGENERAL ELECTION complaint filed in this cause on or before the (' ( men a.md women stiltem'LII ''Bradford Ledge, No 42, F. & A. M.
of Sale. D.180i flUtttf. b.. -i ir.g li-om anv form Of| :. Meet iiursday nighi before the third
right over wrong, to ensure the f u ces will le h.'l'U.i c..ch rountr in the st mte of Honda, Third lay of October. .3.
taught politically to assert an equality of ih tegular nominees the best citizens BY"virtue of an rU-r tna-Ie ty tiio lion Vfm. 0'<. TucsJiy nextisii''ce?di'Vtha First Mon.liy in or the said bill will be taken as conic s-d against p. CHRONIC DISEASF,can secure a valuable 7h v>" Sunday In each nux.tU. .
contrary to reason und judgment, by appcali ; cnni jju.. se in and for Biidfo Novemlier. A. D. 1A.2. mh-said Turgl- being the them. w work on their affliction (sealed) free aid ( WM. F. 31ALPnUE.S.WJL
of the county will support the democratic -<1 coHJity,s-tit<- o" Ft4)iJalate4AIInst Sth, ClOUT DAY OF NOVEI-JBS! *'.. itis further ordered thai copy of Ibis order learn now they can be cured at home by writing fvJ.. E. WjiixaiouT, tec.I. .
to brute three and the lower in- TFLKCH..PH. DR. PARKER & C .340 N. Cherry s-rrw-t Nohville.Tenn. -
:. 1-22. Bp'Rwntlru mu iho uu-'ci'sisatJ cist missioncr F.'ir 1, l ur Pri'Sid-ntiat Eiect/irs. be published in the Bradford County J.
Etmcts of their nature, their teachers ticket, though you will 6ml some good to st-il tu; .f'dwimm i: re4l ("state h'tuated Forrw Ri-p'esent-itive otthe Fir-crnsressinnal a weekly newspaper published in BradfurdCounty Better write to-day, delays are dan O. :O. F.-Regular 4
(but misguided) men who will vote with inthec' i ty ',tliia.lford cnt PtuJf of Kloiida.btloufcitlt ii Strict (.1 honda in tha.3J congrcsj oiT the Florida ot.ce a week for thirty days gerous. Please state your trouble ana how long -. F' meeting every .Tuesday 4:
be rather inccndiarii-s ,tli Hill,ds-e.- next preceding the date above Tiicut loued. I'<>:ie afflicted. f9 ,
should regarded us the third .
party.Befote descriix-d as f..ii'rl;: Time northwe&t quarterof r''i tie St'cod connt's- and ordered by me this i XI day of August. li2. brothers cordially er
:; than as reformers Cut for uch teachings this appears in print Hrc'r Bas ttu pr-athwt 6t t;uiitor'vlion tucht, township j disirujtof FloiuUia the 53 31 coarecsof W. T. WEEKS. invited, J. O.HA.YKE8.
the wMto and colored races in the south kin will have spoken his little Piece and six t-oi'Uiot raiiir uve< ty-two east. conUiininK the United Statpx. [SEAL] CHork: Circuit Ci.urt. Refined Christian Homo.TBO&ocoaLT !'
fortj-nci '; iuni er i li s. Xovr by virtue of Mid IN TESTIMONY-WTJEREOF I have hereunto I hereby certify that the above is a true ai.d % VkiJ. iI fyi OBOJLBIZXO. Course ol tudzIlif7IRV1t2Ithorougb
would have trouble. Follow them out. A. S. Maun (only one S. 51 r. md practicaL Steam I Il ,
no compositor.) order 1 will sell U.e .'.fi.rwsaid rt.at estate at public set hand and affixed the Great Seal correct copy of the original now on file iu iny !
my modern im
:- precipitate**ace troubles, and a brooding will have) told his funny stones to a Brad outcry in fontf tJ.c c octi.ousedoorin, the (SEAL) of the State ot Florida at T.tahass!: office T.WEESS. A-'-..-JpTovetente.J heated. Now. Jo PUno tchool*, in the Booth
"troublolwvnp JIKC a cloud over our futurepry.nkartHye ford county audience. 1 hope the alliance town srarke ii Ih'j Kit t cor.nty of Bradford, the capital, this the 15th day of Ausu.Nt, [SEAL] Clerk Circuit Court or'WeSt dan offer Ik more elegmat homo or piesasatIunoand BETEL cusaciLWot sal ItA

pecp'e and cast bal- men will not forget Mann's connection hctwpeu tiif11'1?.!! honn*ut t J on tLe A. D. AUK.2U,1892. YOUI8 UD1ES.sekool Jgt iFTsrs.f0TBudnVa1v,1idths.sM
your first JTrci..ij in October. A. D. 1S02.) 18T2.JOHK L. CRAWFORD, FOR _
Jots fcewWing to the dictates of a calm with the alliance exchange and home the same Ivnin r lli :M tay of sid .montuanda Aug. 20,18 2. Secretary of State.Ripa'is Through tins campaign u is i.uttajsary 2 I IN FACULTY; open*Sept.1.1BI. '

-judgment, and ft knowledge of the responsibility market rascality at Jacksonville. The legal
which rests upon you as Amtrican truck farmers unit fruit growers of Alac'jua of debts. Term.* cash purehw-er paying fortitle. Taljulcs euro liver troubles. the issues of the day. The TEi-ECium A.ItcUms,Bethel AcMievr,'V
citifcns.-JIanatee Advocate. county have not forgotten him; he was Sept. 2, IfOI. Commissioner.rO 1ipar Tabulcs cure constipation. will bring you the nears. J a year. Ripans Tabules euro nausea. 1- .

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-TELEGR/PH. ." J Hester-is.back on! duty.Mrs. I I f' Camp Mitclfcll...... A BIG DAY AT LAKE BUTLER. I. ANNOUNCEMENTS;; ".:Af'f j" .

Editor TE :li8TKApS S I I
7e\"days ago STARKE DRUG COi .
S J ForSheriltI
*R *? '"" .and daughter had the pleasure of visiting'Camp Mitchell /

gtiirl e.Fla.. Sept. 2,1892. are VIsiting; at Green. Cove Spmiga. at St: Augustine. The camp is pitched Barbecue and Speaking On "-. I hereby announce, myself a candidate *--L" -

Wedit stlay ,....: I Ia for re-election ns Sheriff of llmdflJ'l conn"J. 4
tiJ6. boys had ; in ton open field on the banks of the St. [Next' to PostOfflee.1] at -4
say they voters
a good : ty. and solicit the support of the;; .... .,.
,} ca1. affairs. tlm.e the encampment at St. Aug. Sebastian, to the right of the depot. The Ex-Governor Bloxham made the open i the fall election Respectfully, -

u tine. boys all seemed to enjoy camp lifej regardless ing speech, and it sounded more like an i .1. 8, CKEW8 .

: ,:vbuy inferior flour, when you She looked very lIWet'tas Ihe of the heat They have reveille inspiration than anything else; indeed, it HAVE A :FULL LINE OF I hereby unn unce myself a cantlJda

fr (can get Swe't:) Home at the same Did this dear little dimpled miss.went Into bathe. t\f 4:30 a. m., drill 5 a. m. and guard did possess 'the inspiration of honesty. for the office of Shenfl of Bradford Gfiltt: *
at Heiberger & Richard. the men on the beaCh enjoyed the treat. and good will to men. ty and respectfully solicit the sttpuri6fthe .
; price 'V hen a bold wave took her off her feet mount at 9; after which those not on duty earnestness, truth ._ -

: A full line of, paints at 1 SItU 811 aIiIo.J.Jq padWIl pay have the whole. day to visit the beach The action of the democratic party in Fres voters at ihe comingllispeetfnfly.l'lt'C1'KrQ'. ".'.
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:: Truby, Stcrnburg & Co. The democratic meeting at Lake take in the sights of the ancient city and I Florida was vindicated against all its tra- F:. Mi.8'Rb'!. '

. \ ': S e N. J. Jones' white diess goods Butler, Wednesday, was a grand cast sly! glances' at the pretty girls, of ducers. and its slanderers made to appear Articles, etc; i The friends! of Jftwt-ll' & Jb.htfh"G'! .
which there abundance. small. and they ought to feel mean
purchase. success. was an very hounce liimacart1'u- iheolfli-eof .
before you q.
; The city bad quite a martial appearance Some fellow had started slander, againstthe Sheriff of Bradford: tounlf. and solicit

; Oar line of ladies' black silk umbrellas Miss Leah Green has gone to -colors flying bauds playing officers administration of Bloxham as governor for him the suffrage the ccming elec.

cannot be surpassed. ,Waldo.to spend a week or two with and men promenading the streets in their that at the time of the sale of state JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT OFGARDEN tion. 1speetfnhiy.,

& Co. her sister Mrs. Struth. jay-uniforms, saluting each other in true to.. MAT.'PgIEN. '
Truby, Sternburg: military style. Obedience to order being. lands to Disston, there was a failure I

U. J. Jones has a full stock of Some of the boys came back from the first duty of a soldier, our boys realize i collect from certain railroads sums of SEEDS date hereby for the announce'office of Mirrfff lthraSft'C3Ili-:*'f Bradfonii- ,.

supplies coffins and caskets St. the fact and knew they were there for work due to the state by virtue of land
funeral Augustine sick. No money county. 'I1m) rl'spectfuUl'mlciUbe -
place like
and not for I most of tbe
Starke spent day made to them in their charters to port of the voters aC th -
.r atTall prices. for health.Cleaningont with Co. B (Bradford County Guards) 4th grants :COII ft'' eh-ctton
;: construction of their Respectfully: It G. &., .
Bat. aid them in the IX BULK. V&9.
Heiberger. acting major, com
.All kinds of hauling done prompt the ditches on Main manding. About the fist to greet me roads, sum amounting to $105,000 and a I hereby announce mvsell a candidate

a ly at J. W. Alvarez & Co.s stables. street will allow stagnant", water to was the cordial captain. He was as full fraction; the answer to which was. that for the office of Sheriff of Bradford courtjf --

Domestic and New Home sewing get into the railroad ditch.A of little business detail and as ever comfort, looking of his out men.for I every was there were no such railroad companies MR. R. R. JOINER, who has had twenty years' experience, fills' discharge and promise my duty.if elected, faithfully.

machines for sale by little kaki tree in Mrs. Livings- invited to his tent where cigars and "ice having a corporate existence at the time. all Prescriptions, day and night. W1> ALVAREZ

Truby, Sternburg & Co. ton's yard loaded water" were passed around by that princeof The charge of extravagant expenditure of IIJC1'ctf
down with fruit announce myself ta a candidate --
is attracting much good fellows, Orderly Sergeant Tom money and high taxes since the democratic STORE OPEN SUNDAY 1.30 TO 3.30 I\ M. for tire ofllce of Sheriff erf Bradford

Go to J. G. Alvarez for the latest attention. Wall. 1 next met Lieutenants Owens and party came into power, was triumph- county, aDd respectfully solicit the support -
of nts' collars. Now is the Alvarez both looking every inch the soldier I- of the TotcTs at the coming election-- .
g time all the
styles to plant met. lIe showed thtt LACRANCE
antly ,
your When the dinner call was blown I Respectfully, WHo Tnos.
Send your Jacksonville consignments gardens. Fresh garden seed in any was invited to mess with them was takenIn expense of criminal prosecutions been GEORGIA.; LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE .

to the Florida Producer's quantity at the Starke Drug: Co.'s charge by that whole-souled and genial1st thrown on the.state by the new constitutiOn For Clerk of Circuit Coirrt
store. Sergeant Frazee and escorted to table. tIgIL1terturo. Finnic Art. Normal Consumers1 Exchange. tfDon't a when it was borne by the counties ten.. eraplij.! Music an,1 Art uuiturpa.*r and of pine boards, where I was waited upon .Bookkaepius: harm"ny. pbyical culturof" Economical aul.j for election the office
re ta of Clerk ot the
Lots of by Head Waiter Ernest Morgan. Everyone before; that all the poll tax now goes into .form. bend for catalogue.
that we are headquarters people were in town on Growth **-'*.''iVI2lSOi: BC aioa Ix-sios: !September! 21.1S9. Circuit COUlt of Bradford county ant!
forget Means\ shoes. Tuesday. They came to hear third : bad a good appetite and came up the school fund when formerly onehalfof Enrollt'd Boarders 1&-1 40 m \ IDLES. SMITH. Sec.. LiUflAHIlli | espectfully solicit the snppwft of my M..

: for James party speeches and boldly to the charge which was led by it went Into the state treasury, for general .- i.- ., uic Pupils ES 177 1 RUf08 W. SUITH, Pr..., W.il. lOW citizens at the ensuing election.
went home
Truby, Sternburg & Co. bet- Corp Ed Duncan and Private Henry
ter that the disabled confederate Very resjectfnlly.
democrats than purposes;
ever. Richard. The bill of fare for dinner was: ,
Curtain poles and lace curtains at The Fish,with pompadour sauce. soldiers have been pensioned, and an L. STEWART, M. 1). FOR SALEThe W.1'.1VEEU.::

J. G. Alvarez. speaking at Hampton yester;; Rice-Bradford county style. asylum for unfortunate humanity has been For Tax Collector.I .

day was largely attended by both Sausage la alligator. and thus at Office Kith
at great described located
provided. expense; following properly hereby announce myself a cnarfidate
damask in the
The nicest table democrats and third Butter, coffee, sugar and milk.
mammothdry partyites. The D ice every pobt he met every villainous chargea within the corporate limits of the for reelection t" the office of Tai Col-
city at N. J. Jones' cheap latter went home with a "flea in the : water.Quartermaster Starke Drug Company. hector of Bradford county andrespect'!
Serg. Henderson, is the\ aiust! the democratic party.C. town of Starke, is offered for sale:
store. ear. solicit the
fully of fellow
goods_ 1 caterer for the company, and gives general 31. Cooper, democratic nominee for injStf Two Acres of Land citiz'ns. support my

The best Kio coffee 5 Ibs. for $1at MARRIED-On the 29th inst., 1i i in the satisfat1 tactics.on.end Our one boys Cannot are well too up congress was the next sp aIier. He made TATE -POWEll M. 0.: well fenced, upon which isv: good. well Respectfully. M. M.I H.\LF.

Heiberger[ & Richard's.Just Miss Daisy Moore to Mr. Scott Alvarez much in their praise I must not say forget 11 modest, dignified speech. and showedup painted and plastered two-story dwelling; hereby announce myself a candidate'

received a full line of James both of this city. \Ve wish Major-General Joe Young. Joe is the pet well. Whilst comparatively a youngman PHYSICIAN AND SU GEON. an excellent well of water bricked from for the office of Tax Collector of Bradford

shoes at J. G. Alvarez.A the young couple all possible hap of the camp nnd struts around in his uniform he has made record in Florida,and the clay; good stable and outbuildings.! county and respectfully ask he support ..
Means' like a young peacock and can keep --- of the voters at the coming election.
piness. that record commends him very uracious- The following is a list of the Trees growing
stock of coffinsand caskets steps with the best of them. There are Office at CasUlus' Drug Store Respectfully R. TOWNSEXD.. .
new several "mashers" in the ly to the masses as shows him alwaysto upon the place:
J. Jones. If you arc too timid to feed company, among STARKE FLORIDA The friends of W. A.
at"N. your whom I may mention Julius Adams. Ernest have been in sympathy with the peo- 90 Plum Trees, 13 varieties 2d year Crosby respectfully -
Home flour Texas pony well, for fear that he mylotf announce hin1 candidate for the
Have you tried Sweet ? show Morgan. Avery Powell, Corp. Crews, ple, and gives an abiding assurance that ---- -- I bearing; Chestnuts; 5,2 varieties Ap- office of Tax Collector for Bradford coun.

The sales are increasing every day. off may a little spirit, swap him WaIter Wills. Ed Duncan and Henry the inkiest of his constituents will be safe COMER L 'PEEKATTORNEY.TL. i pics, (G; trees ((3: Standard) 3 Ill Pear roots; ty, and having confidence in his merit
to some man that IticlHtd. If I had space I could mention .\W and NOTARYand : .
it. For sale can
The best trade nees bylIeilterger him for dead manage the whole comp-my: for they arc all fine in his hands. A career of usefulness: in 40 Orange Trees. 4 varieties; 77 Pear, and ability to perform the duties of the
a mule.
& Richard. office do solicit
looking and the fall in be calculated for Charlie earnestly for him the
girls love with congress may on Fire Insurance. 4 varieties; Apricot 7; Persimmon suffrages of fellow citizens.
Spring goods in an endless!<< quantity Although strawberry plants: are them on sight. W. N. M. (;ooper. Represents LIVERPOOL: LONDON GREENWICH& GLOBE, 77, choicest varieties; ; Pearh 80. large Respect fully. MANY FRIENDS. .

at N. J. Jones' mammoth store. rather scarce this spason, :yet a large r BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation. Col. Long, of :Marion county spokenext. SECURITY PROVIDENCE, and WAShINGTON HAUTFORD Fire Insurance selected varieties; Quince 2. Chinese.All .

received acreage is! being planted.: This industry --'-- He may l-u denominated one of the Companies. Choice lots of Land in town and the above trees are in bearing. most For Tax Assessor. ;.,.
G. Alvarez has just a Died for sate I
is singularly well adapted to sturdy pillars of democracy safe1, sound county of them in their second year.: hereby announce myself a candidatefor
l load of "Diploma" flour. Of paralysis at 2 o'clock Sunday morning STARKE FLOIUDA. election to the office of Tax Assessorof
small ,
means and large families. -1utllot like the thud party want their jnel9tf This must be to be Bradford the '
Aug21.. 1892. at Midway, Bradford county place seen appreci- county at ensuing elec-

Our stock of groceries is the most The rain comes down regularly Elizabeth, beloved wife of W. W.Kerce moni-y. flexible. lie is :i member of the Frazee & Hall aeed. For further information npply to lion and respectfully solicit the supportof '1Bis

complete in town and prices way afternoon less and daughter: ; of A. D. Kcrcc, alliance and is all up with the movementsin my fellow citizens. Respectfully '
every more or heavy. Esq aged 46 She member 1)R. A. L. SCOTT J. E. W.U
was a R10BT.
down to hard: pan.Truby In the former case it sometimes years that organization or growing out ot it. Att'ys and Counsellors at Law,
of the :New Zion Methodist I church and! Starket'la.Largest I hereby announce myself a candidate
Sternburg & Co. compels the farmer lived His handling of IJu:>kin, whilst coached in .
to dig] that long according to her profession. ROOM NO. 1, JONES' BLOCK -- -- for Tax Assessor for Bradford countind /.
and wheelbarrows at needed ditch, in the latter it assists A noble ('hri -thn woman a loving, affectionate phin chaste language, was one of the solicit lie suffrage of the voters at

Wagons Bazar. the strawberry planter: wife. a kind indulgent mother, severest excoriations thai one man ever STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA. U. D. MINER the coming election. Respectfully,
Morgan's and
a true friend and a neighbor in the true i i received nl the hands of another, and his And Downey Bulld'g cor Zi. D. WALL. '.
sense of the word, has gone to her reward Centerstrs-. Fernandina, Fla.
Ask I C Webb for cards, stencils, The corn crop turns out to be Through all pains at times she'd smileA speech was replete with good sense jyli hereby announce myself as candidate
Florida Producers'' andCmsnmers'Exchange. much heavier than expected. There miile of for the oilic-w of Tux Assessor of Bradford
etc., of the } heavenly birth; throughout, and well expressed. E. LAOEIiGREN
is And when the eN called her home II. mind solicit the suffrage .
tf complaint: in localities; of cotton anj=; county respectfully
Intermission! of speaking was here had \\Vatchrnaker and
:She: snulc-d faicwtll to earth.
of fellow citizens
shedding I leaves: and bolls from the SURVEYOR. my :at the coming.
of all kinds at the M. C. L. for dinner, which wiS a barbecue of the LAND election. If elected I shall visit eacU
printing wet but similar
% complaints arc heardevcry l"WI! OFARifu ,"71-Tonic for \"omen, good old-f.ishioned sort, well prepared and Deputy County Surveyor. school district for tax returns.
,TELEGRAPH! office. ',
never amount tc A. J. McKiKSET.
year Respectfully
.,., f plenty for all on the ground, and all All Lines run from U. S. Surveys Field Notes

We have everything )'oul1ec(1', and an} thir.g. $> Who Want Office. seemed happy. Levelling and Drainage Systems, etc. Jeweler. I hereby announce niyself as a candi-
Prof. G. P. Young is Ji candidate: for late for the
office of Tax
will make prices to suit the need of A S Mann l Irtoks far more like $ county school supenttendent. lIe is so Col. S. Y. Fiuley and Dr. .J. L. Gaskins STARKE t Cl.l1llt this-Office. FLORIDA. Bradford connl- and respectfully Assessor solicit of

your pocket book. prosperous butcher than a stales well known among our people as a hard spoke after dinner, but the writer was Starke Fla. he support of the voters at the coming

; Truby, Sternburg & Co. man. It is evident that in his case woll{<:r in the interest of education and called off and did not hear them; however election. MARION F. MOORE.To .

the flesh religion. that any comments from us are could not be '\ II. RIVERSDEALER -
makes the spirit take a the democratic cause the comprising the different
:J. Jones has 800 unnecessary. His indomitable energy and people
N.: ; Crosby ceme- back scat. His well-fed and greasy honesty of purpose will no doubt tell in considered otherwise than safe in their political parties of Bradford county I take ,

r tefyUots. : for sale. anatomy suggests a love of klabber, his behalf on election day.: hands and the reports received from others IN- Assortment of pleasure in announcing through the col. :
imns of tbeTELKGn.mr, candi-
Go to Walter Wills for best. but- head cheese"and chitterlings. Try Bl CK.--DRAUGHT-/ --=-tea for Dyspcpsia.= of their efforts, are very flattering to lute for the office of Tax Assessor of

tcrj cheese and barns. Starkites are blessed in the The them. 'Watches Clocks and Bradford county and respectfully ask- .
proxy Altogether it was a grand day for the GENERAL MERCHANDISE yon to support me in the coming election. ,. "
New line of low shoes just receiv.d& imity of- the loveliest lake in the This dreaded scsurge is now raging in democracy of Bradford county: ; it is estimated HARDY N. HODGES. f

.Truby, :Sternburg:: & Co.. state Kingsley.: A morning bath the gieatcr part of continental Europe that between 1,200 and 1,500 people Jewelry, For Treasurer.! .. ?j
in its clear water makes DRY GOODSJO'rIO
one south of the Baltic. In Havre and Ham .
there .-- -
.b Ine lot of 8 cent calico reduced feel like a new being. J W Alvarez burg the two greatest: emigrant ports, it were on the ground and i is no I hereby announce myself candidate ..
but that third received for re-election to the office of Treasurerof
!'toceTIt i at & Co. can fit vou out with a fleet is violent. and United States authorities doubt partyisra a S, Special attention given to the repairing Bradford county and respectfully solicit -;
'" black a very black eye; and with
( Truby, Stcrnburg & Co. horse and a fine buggy to take you bave therefore taken the greatest possible action the of Clocks and Watches. the support of my fellow.cMizena at

there. precautions against the importation of the continued' aggressive countryis BOOTS the coming election. Vciy respectfully
Good work at reasonable rates.
know"Louedon saved from threatened peril of
Quite English, you any J. w. KKLUJM.. ,
Alvarez. Cord wood for the rail. pest from emigrants. Extreme vigilanceis
J. G. cutting
Swells cigars at third pnrtyiatn.
SHOES and I hereby announce myself a candidate
to be enforced at all seaports. and it is
road is now going on industriously.From AT HAMPTON. for the office of Treasurer (.f Bradford
We make returns on day of sale. to be hoped that the cholera can be kept DRUG STORE.fT.
ff the half
$ way submerged, sog.gv The speakers appeared at Hampton on county, and respectfully ask the support
FL P. & C. Exchange, Jacksonville logs are being resurrected, timber out of our country. Yet should it come. Thursday morning, at the tchool house GEOCERIES.Starkc of the voters at the coming election. .

:' tf must be getting scarce and our state with her pure air. equable tem and interested :a large audience for about Respectfully!! S. B. DENMARK.

'f. _ valuable. The destructive forest perature, scattered population and easy two hours. Col. C. 51. Cooper, the first l<"aa. For School Superintendent.:-
MILLION BOXES of oranges in but .
ONE is man an
sp-aker a young years
fires must be stopped if we want to isolation, we are confident, will be safe. ch'i I: hereby announce myself a candidatefor
wanted by Burton K. Barrs, old head in experience. He is a lawyerby I
election to the office of
have good timber in the future.If and has done good Superintendent
any profession many Mr. Farmer
Jacksonville. Guaranteed Cure : of Public Instruction for Bradford coun.
deeds for his party. Ho will be elect says
; authorize advertised and solicit the
our druggistto ty, respectfully support of
want to have well ed from this district by a large
Li :JJ want to feel good and sleep you pure sell Dr. King's New Discovery for to congress my fellow ctizens; at the ensuing election: ,
you' water;and your system free from Coughs aud Colds vote and the people will not be sorry they If I, had had some means of
and Consumption upon
Powell Respectfully
!:: well at night, go to get disease! germs, keep your premises this condition. If vou are afflicted witha sent him. Irrigating last fal!, I should have T. J DEKLE.

some of his meat. cough, cold or Lung, Throat or Ex-Gov. Bloxham is very near to the is I
scrupulously clean and drain off any Florida's and his made at least $1,500; as it WtSF .I hereby announce myself candidate
Chest trouble, and will use this remedyas hearts of people remarks -
#}, All summer goods at reduced all standing surface water. Hut no directed,giving it a fair trial, and experience were listened to with much inter .shall not make oo." J. L. GAS KINS for Superintendent of Public Instruction

prices. Truby, Sternburg & Co matter how clean and dry your own no bedefit, you may return the est. The governor know the way to the That excuse might have done last for Bradford county and respectfully
if bottle and have your money refunded. peopled hearts and has their full confi DEALER IK solicit the support "of the voters at the
premises arc kept, your neighbor \Vo could not make this ofier did we not dence. fall, but it will not do now, for if coming election. Respectfully -

Peaches, grapes, b.e1'l'ies'e eta. wallows in filth, your work IS in know that Dr. King's: New Discovery Col. II. W. Long, although not a candidate Drugs & Medicines II. C. PEEPI.E.
etc. and in season. vain therefore to could be relied It never disappoints.Trial you are in need of water for irriga-
ft.bles, oranges ; encourage .him on. for any office is a strong allianceman Starlce, FlatPhysicians' I hereh) announce myself a candidate
P. & C. Ex., Jacksonville. cleanliness also. bottles free at Starke Drug Co.'s : and is showing the alliance men in tion or any other purpose, call on or for re-election to the office of Superintendent -
size 50c and 2
drugstore..- Large his speeches the folly of fol.owing after address G. W. YOUNG who of Public Instruction for Biod-
F will be to the third leaders' and reasonable rep (Jarefu'i Compounded at a It.o1Irfl-cla or ford and respectfully nsk the .
TELEGRAPH cnt to Monday a man came to town Fresh and party : : any county support
if he could collect groceries confectioneryjust alliance man: cannot: fail but be con- resents theChICAGO night of the voters at the coming election.
address for 1 a year. find out damages
any Wai Will
opened at tor vincod of his correctness. Respectfully J. L. HILL.
: Go to J. Alvarez for the best lie had hired a man to break in a Dr. J. ].. Gabkins made a very fine address AERHOTOR CO. .AIROTIOCANDY I announce myself candidate! for the I

5c pair of new shoes by walking with The only 42 a day hotel in Jacksonville on thiestate's finances. nnd promisedif He can furnish you with a well and office of Superintendent of SekooU u

: .cigar ,_ them on; the man had filled)) them is The Travelers elected this fall, to vote for a U. 9. that will Bradford[ coi>nty. Fla.. and kindly ask fee
all other give
p ,Men'4stiaw. hats, various styles with cow peas and put them in a tt _._,_ senator who will do the will of the people, appliances STORE, hearty support of the citizens at the ballot

and'shapes, nice and cheap at tub of Vatcr, whereby the shoes had If you want first-class beef, porkor and one who will not fail to speak out you all the water you want and also box. and promise that I will live upright.

J. G. Alvarez. become largo enough to use for sausage go to L B Powell, and against ber tariff the bill.infamous force bill and rob furnish power for any kind of light C. R. ENSEY, Iy and in the full ai.d faithful discharge:
j. -- will it. o f the duties of th-t office. Hopefully<< ,
: '; head-wear and entirely to large for you get machinery :ns grind-stones, wood- CORNER RAILROAD AND MAIN STREET,
'N trouble tcrealc! diseases. G. P. YOCKO.
T: : 0 to git your money \EIcDree't!:: WIF'OPCtW.tiL'I:: l jar. :

,, .:, 'when you deal with the P. & C. Ex- their owner's feet, hence he wanted A full line of James Means celebrated Pocket--map-ot-Georgia and Florida saws, cotton gins, etc., at a price STARKE. FLA. For County Judge. Jr-..

_]: 'c angG.'. tt damages._ _ shoes for men and boys at handsomer, handier. better than any 50 that any one can afford to pay who 1 1i I hereby announce myself a candidate

: .IfyOfl want-a-pretty: }Fvur-in-hand Mr. Charles A Bailey, of Lawtey, Truby, Stern.. .. burg & Co. cent map yet made; 7 colors; in strong i i can afford to farm one acre of land. Vegetables Candies, Fruits and I 1 for[ re-election to the office of County
---- Summer Drinks.
---- all counties, rivers, railroads post of Bradford and
cover; Judge county respectfully ,
.,'4- tic. pr scarf: cheap i.> I died on the 2Gth ult. lie came in G. W. YOUNG,
go ..1V Hodges has a large stock of offices Correct to date. Also maps of COCO COLA Nerve Tonic and CHAM solicit fhe support of the. voters at
/ ,: 1 .J.
c.C: 7jADIi. -' krit. } ;- -- tired. HIs wife, alarmed over his and Even boys and gills unue( money fast. julS STARKE. FLA.ANEW % TM. F. MALPHCR3.
.. ). appearance I candidate for Ihe office of
p am a
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""" ,,, -. ;....,. I..''111'u neighborand a physician: but before OLD RIP TOBACCO receipt JIatthews-'Norlhrup of 15 cents e-ich.Co., Address uttall>. N. Y- ERA IN ENGLISH OCt9ni' County Judge and solicit the support of

FITTING the latter arrived Mr. Bailey ROLLER COTTON GINS. the voters of Bradford county.
t to tf He'll chew this brand, who never Scientific American
1 GOT WEAK heart HcELREE'S. WINE OF CARDUI for Weak Nerves. ....bIMA4 J. R. RfOIARO.
; was dead: the cause being tried before -- The undersigned agent for Platt Bros. forCAVEATS. .
: at Truby. Ster.ibms' & Co :Jt-n,_ Agency -- -- -
..: : .";_>-- trouble. The body was forwardedto And having }bought i 5c once, comes 'Where the- -Fashions- -Come- From. & Co., will sell a Single Roller GIN with Tobacco Crop. .
'" I I Patent Belts an wrenches!, The edilorof the Florid
Crauklegs Agricultural
N. Y. for interment.
Utica the manufacturer has created my .
back for more.
R> i, t '-.1 A O.t. /*
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all uetivereu ai oavannau ua.
'. 'v1'\f.An complete an visited the new tobacco district near .
& Co. some new Kinci <>r material wnicn lie intends .
Sold by Truby, Stcrnburg aud Walrus Leather.cut in strips, -
our commissioners, before the merchant at $130; .cJ'iH.. .
Surely county to pluce! ; to Luke Jamcnia anti writes; "During the
: : thennext meeting, should do I -------- make! the best impression possible he has at 80) cents per pound.
at : 18 barns 20x73 bare
31. POLL1TZER.aug62m :' '' '"'' ; year new gone
the best past
... ... for the representation; of Try our cigars, we have samples of the new materials placed with "
: something
Last there four old
-'Q J5 up. year were only
of the best modists whose 54
the t srecial
fair. It is -ssortment in city. some M :; MARKSI
the world's I TT9AOE
our county at Truby, Stcrnburg & Co. designers will study the goods its color "\Vanteil. I I" C7SICN PATINTtiI ones now 22 can h K'l iu n h,r day'

folly to talk of our resources and, and trxture and its combinations with I .itiM COPYRIGHTS, eta.I travel, and all in the Lake Inmouia ciiUrt-
--- and Gentlemen to
at -- -- -- materialsVhiIu A few good LaJies I For InfnnnRtlon and tree Handbook wrtte to .
competition other colors and experimenting I
soon:: to be, railway Write to the P. & C. Exchange, canvass for the GASKELL LITERARY MUNN & COaa BnoADWAT Nrw YORK. try. Aside from these, barns atoiuriNuax.
t home, if we do nothing abroad to ,lacksonville, for llIarket prices before some new style with to the attract; attention they; create these CLUe at. a guarantee of $75 00 per month. Oldest Krery patent bureau token')securing out trr{no patents U brought In America.before Cotton gins and all sorts of outbuiding
find it out, tte public br a notics tree of daltr81D t.lle '
emigrants dress gtvea
let prospective' ship elsewhere. tf llc ins; are reproduced in colored plates are n ed to hang; thl green crop .

:.' ," and that new settlers and outside you ----- and sent to all prominent dealers to give u. BB1GIIT, c'tiwti&ittUSO' mttitauLn quite a number ofarmors seemed t. i\\

i j capital arc sorely needed here, no We have just received a hugeconsignflWit them an idea of the value of the new ma no61y 254: Franklin St., Chicago. 111.- think (bat they won lit )la nwrrly preHil
.: of fresh Landreth'sgarden terial. If these styles are liked they be- -
,r unbiased will leny. dreulatlon of any tK'tentl1le paper In the
: person for room One would not 4he mark
m ws
.. I come the fashion. Charles Dickens once said, in remarking world. Splendidly lIh1tmtcd., No 1"te.l1I1l'ltman '
.. : A third party apostle gives a well I : seeds. & Co. Most large establishments; in Paris hive agricultural matters, that "the J'ear:should six be without th!', AdJress It WeeIIJr.MUNN"3.QO"" CO. very much cither, way in sayin-j tlmtlhcftu .
TYCOPYUS. but TruLy, artists who furnish, them each upon VU.BLJJmS,31.1 w".liew York.
\ : informed man a wide berth, special farmers have in their IKIHIS and vaiioua
-. J-r-i; Ivitig copii-u and U I mouth with a ceitain mimbrr of new part of the holding of farmer or landowner I. i
we regard with delight. on fields l least 400 acres of tiptop Vo-.
1\1 Oflp1iui.it. hails: an illiterate one If you'arcdneanythtiflg your styles suitable for the season and the new which pays 1esfor cultivation is.. PATEN"'TSCavt'at It At

nlh As a matter of Jnct \vttkeitiii His entering wedge is: "Yon can'tread subscription to the TELEGRAPH we materials. From these the best are del- I the small estate within the ring fence of and Tnule-'Iarks obtained and all Patent ella Aba jo toUicco"

Z1bsolutcll! oll\l rwise. It makes it consequently yon caii't.'tte,. > will take oats: corn, fodder, potatoes t-c'u-d ami the garment made up accord his skull." It is undoubtedly true that businexon h"t we are on the tickets else ingly.La OUR OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U. S. PATENTOfiicr
< track; \boug\.thl'fl'\ for you can't make out the chickens, eggs or anything Mode de Path, Paris Album of Fashion the cultivation of the brain is of the hIgh. n'"t coin fi-cure patents In lena time Thubtsvein'thl word for cuta, -
W\lsn't IIIIY dnubt of it Don't think off and allow full and I... cobt Luau tho' eri-inotefrom Wabhincton. fever
LT the box labels you to turn ft; ;;
before. c\\ iv the or you want and La Couturiere give the earliest est consequence to the farmer, as with sores, chopped bands, ) 4
: way' here is 'onit- and unconstitutional to b.-causu they: are at the fountain send model draw'ins or .hoto, with Uescrijv tcler. chUbl
thing for ih it's unjust market; price. styles very that part of his animal domain in a bad: : | corns, ant kjn.-eruptions
v\t.t, t : their head of fashion and know just what tlon. W aiUisje. if ptt.mtableornoLtreeo(
k' 1111 dl \\iIli: l t ocupy prohibit you \otingbecase you state of tilth ins fields must remain in a charge Ounce not due till: patent secured. tively .mre pill's.or. 110 PRY reuir. I
Jf : tem\ try to ell such haven't had eddication," etc. He RficElree'3 Wine of Cardu is goin:! tf) be pupu'ur. If you wish to A Little Cook, "Kow to Obtain PatMsts with is jiiiai-ite o Rive t*,fot Hntsfacio

shoes as We I1re ottct\n\ : t r $1.50. TIt/ no that game BLACK-DRAUGHT are keep up the styles we advise you to subscribe fearful stite of impoverishment. How name of act'ial clients In your state, county.or or money reflUll.l. Price .. par
i isa big ditrcrence may gain a convert, but and THEDFORD'S for La Mode de Paris, $3.50 a:year, shall the farmer improve his mind! Thisis town,sent free. Addres b'c.Fur. sale \'SLirko DriiK C*.
lth'Cl'D f.A. SN'OVT&CO.Opp.
succeeding They tl1'in.'HI, insurmountable wall o| 8, mocking jpr sale by the following merchants xa or Pans Album Fashion., $3.50 a year. an important question, and deserves to .Patent Office. W AarnxoTox: ,D. C. Wpaxs Tabulcs as.ii.st digestion.' iI

S mllY try to fly. Lh' ILcan'I boxes will 'itare.the jtf.'oselyte in the These are the moat artistic fashion journal Riyans Tabules euro dyspepsia." .
be done : be npprecifl.ted.Ex.Fine
; thi3 I U to Bradford county LA Couturiere is fine
} try published. a
i- offer with ecLly the&erne match that face, just the same/us when he !Jose was tfTYOUNG.DRUG Hampton.JTN'O 0>..Starke.. some journal for $3 a year and La Modes Agents men.Wanted.-Fn'f"Several (,r prepaid our salesmen outfit to bare enrr I I'ipans Tab 1c'movc'the fToweW" '
lfectiCim't hors and J W
. ..'. e C1one. a (1elllocl'3t.Vh te\'er we may O .A.KING Lake j3aIer.S. only $1.50 per year. A. McDowell & 3 carriages at 1 earned fro to$100 a wprk fur Tf arg pa.'It.J1Z .Hh|>ans Tabufe** I>auLsh pain. : -

we still have ur 8 boxes, and we p McCULLEY,Lariey.River Co.,4 W. 14th street New York. I Alvarez & P.O, BOX J37t.Xew: York. I Iiji.1Juk.i3rCnIgreatvauc.c.! .

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*: ,MIDAS NEWS BUDGET* correspondents (of which there"- "are sev I FIELD GROVE GARDEN. 7, Cotton planted from .Ftbnmy 25 to AND 'FANCIES.. Be Ready at Meal Time.

: erl from each county) it may be AN March 10 got a "good stand" and that
\ There is nothing that the household
astumed that upsets -
they are c"rrect Nearly portion of the crop is in a flourishing The shortest street in the.world is
... all the counties, especially in Mid condition but the larger of the machinery like keeping meals waiting -

'Containin VariBtyDnnterestino! I ana die Florida, report excessive rain*. The I Interesting Notes on AgrMoK 'land crop throughout; the sUto is backwardnnd Mansion House street in the city of Lon occe they are ready to be served. If

!; cotton crop has, in consequence, been late. An extensive and protracted don. .It i not more than a few yards in tlere is an hour set for breakfast it is theduty

: *' EntertaMni Topi& considerably damaged and the crops will Horticulture for Florida Readers drought prevented the-seed from germinating length. ,4 of every one to b3 onhand_ promptly -
A novel feature of the when.the time arrives. It not POLISH
be very short. In the tobacco growing and it lay in the ground until the Springfield, only

counties the cutting' has been retarded rainy season set in June 10, causing Alas srteet car system is the letting of foster, habit of regularity but it is an UitieE1 DECEIVED f -

: : 'Two bv the wet weather, while one or two Supplemented with Other Topics in poor and imperfect abut stand. Liter el ectriccars to parties who wis to hire. act"of justice to the efforts of the cook to Uii h.imK: Injure, :melg and, htnt wtlc1(tain
'York 0
-X of New
representatives a complain of corn rotting from the same Close Relation Thereto. plantings not in our opinion, mature The price is $2 an hcur. partake of the viands when they are inprime Tbe Rising Sun Stove Polish la Brilliant,Oo I .
: with unlimited visited wi le and the consumer pays lor '
Florida company' wi'h a view capital of establish, ciuse. The reports from the fruit counties -- before The acreage in Florida is l the time of Henry VI parliament condition, just from the oven Indnot or I Dmbl"\; : with every purchase. U I

ing an immense rcntly fertilizer are not very flattering, oranges and A Valuable New (:rnpc for South Florida. fully 27 per cent lesi than it was last passed a law which that on and spoiled through ten or fifteen min

with factory, costing l lemons only yielding moderate crops. A contributor to the Florida Agriculturist ye ar. Many of the planters in the largest after that date pins should not b'sold utes' waiting on the back of the range or
J a capacity from 75-
000 100,000, tons of ". 'he percentage of the stands is given t thus speaks of 1 tillable ue" variety producing districts have absolutely abandoned for more than Cs Sdper 1,000. a cooling off after they have been set onthe BileBe&nsSmall
: annually. I
. t w Certiz.r as follows: Upland cotton, 70; sea of grape ndipteil to Sl lord! the cultivation of cotton. Squirrels are bothering the farmers in table. Promptness insures a better

i island, 50; corn 101; sugar cane, 93 ; foil*, nud with which he has had At this writing tho plant is Oregon and destroying their crop Many mea every time' and the late comer

The Indians in olden times called the; rice, 102; sweet p>tatoes, 104; fe! fng success. 1.ar him: It ill growing vigorously, but the univera of grain have been completely destroyed rever prowl over chops dried: out, i

St. Johns river tho "Welakahieh, peas, 96; peanuts, 99; tobtcco, ; "Two years ago last February I Lad sa report, is that lie Huit Is shedding in various parts of the stitc. c fee cold or buiscuits sog y, for they Sick-headache. ":

bin interpreted, means a "chain of oranges, 68: lcmon, CS; limes, 74; sent to me from southern Iowa u new badly, so that but little can be expected In of the solidification of a are largely due to his own tardiness. the Positively bottle. PnceSoc.euro Reliable 40 &

.,," and verily it is, for its width varie grape fruit, C8; grapes, 100; watermelons hybrid grap*", a cross brtwcen the Ileiba- from what is known a the "bottom body speaking cooling, Professor Dewar Hotel life'spoils one fur the regularityand caL Sold by druggists Econom .

-- frtoi a few hundred yardi io six 87; hanaua 91 ; guavas 92. mont and Concord. I planted the vinesin crop." The plant being: late Bnc tender, that water can be made to become solid says system necessary i!

mie You can scarcely perceive tha it The shipment of pears was 13,152 i one of my vineyard, gave them the great damage may yet be by the by the of a of its a private family, and the man or wma'
evaporation quarter
ha a current at all. thus making navigable banels for July. Leon county leads the same eulturcand fertiJz>r as the Niagara worm or catcrpilUr and a'so by the rust, who has boarded many years prior to

f with the utmost ease.-8i Franc: van with 5,752 barrels. The balance isdistributed and other varieties from the ten which is even more to be dreaded thanthe w their marriage wi have to materially alter "GermanSyrup"
Gadsden Hamilton The colored population of the Unted: their mode procedure they mean
Fact among vines I gathered this season and weighed worm or caterpillar. The cultivation
Holme*, Jackson, Jefferson, LaFayette, 400 pounds well mitured grapes. The is not as good as usual Even with a Stiites consists of 7,470,040 of Airiran to keep their servants and have their

The S'. Augustine News says. The; Nassau, Putnam, Santa Ron and Wa- vine and fruit were among the health- favorable season now on Florida dtscent, 107.475 Chinese, 2,039.Japance, house run systematically and, as 1

pear crop of Leon county becomes animally kula counties. l iest jn the vineyard. The vine is cannot expect to market over 70 percent and 58,806 civilized Indians; 7,639,360 natural c,.ns(quence, smoothly. One;

a more and more important factor Sheep raising is on the increase. Of as vigorous a grower as the Herbemont, as much a3 lat year, and not over i in all. cannot blame u cook for leaving a place

in the resources of this cou ly, much 151,952 clips, the yield was 472,742 fruit bunches long, compact and shouldered 5 5 per cent of the largest crop of A 'curious relic of old Roman life found when the-members of the family tfgledown .t 'p

nrore reliable than any other crop. pounds. West Florida nearly monopolizes many of the bunches weighing l 1889-93. recently at Lanurium (Porto PortcseuDd one by one, and the dishes arc In: Mr. Albert Hudson
Judging by the standard of sdes and r J- l this industry. fully three-quarters of a pound ; color, now stored, in the British museum, is a the table from one to two hours. I isDO ; Hartley .

turns for oranges made by our out hern State Chemist Norman Robinson contributes dark amber; berries, for size, between Irrigation In Florida. thin slab or stone that was anciently a encouragement toward devising newand N. C., was taken with Pneumonia. .

'. counties and pears have the call The two exhaustive articles on "The l Herbemont and Concord. When we confider From the San Fran.isca Chroiiicl" circus poster. dainty things to eat when they can His brother had just died from it.

prices eo far have averaged from $5 to Value and Composition of Palmetto the drouth all through Apri and As already remarked in these columns At Aix la Chapelle there is a newspaper never be judged properly, and many a When he found his doctor could not

$7 per barrel, though the beet fruit i is Kjots,*' and "The Value of Whole Seed May, I think you will readily agree with ,t the farmers and fruit growers of Florida museum founded by Oscar Von fault found with the cooking is dirrctlytraceable rally him he took one bottle of German

just DOW coming to the front as Compared with Dark. Cotton Seed ine that this new grape is a great acqui- have commenced attending the school of Forckenbeck, which contains files of ti> the irregularity of the household Syrup and came out sound and

Meal. ilion to our South Florida vineyards. irrigation i and are becoming apt pupils, specimens of more than 17,000 different that prevents tha serving of meals well. Mr. S. B. Gardiner, Clerk

4 0 The vines were No. 1, o'ieyesr old when eagerly seizing and profiting byevlry bit newspapers. when they are ready.-Phi adelphia with Druggist J. E. Barr, Aurora. :

The Tropical l Sun rf Juno. Dide; Sand for 81.50 Pcr fox on the Tree.. planted, making them now four yeaf's of information upon the su''j'Ct. The Times.
Rus-ia his recently celebrated the nine Texas, prevented bad attack of "
county, says: "Every county in Florida; Tin folioing circular letter from the growth, including the present :year. I Florida Agriculturist copits an article recently ,
hundredth of the foundationof
that has had comm sionl'rG' meetings executive committee of the Florid i Fruit: have named tlm new friend South Florida. published in this department, iu anniversary The United States d' par m'nt of agriculture pneumonia by taking German Syrup :tin j

prior to this date this month, has appropriated Exchange directory has just been issueJ : i The grape is not only a fine table which the advice given to follow the the first Christian bishopric in theYolbynia inns igation: of food adulten- i time. He was in the business j:
its allotment to the world's fair under the reign of Vladimir. and knew the He used the r"
To the Fruit Grower and Patrons of the Exchange grape, but is also a first-class win: methods adopted California-running tiThe O'8 I a'i to the conclusion tint about danger.
fund. Dade was among the very first : t tho water in wooded flumes and thence Romans used the first shaving $700,000,000 is paid annually f.r. materials -. great remedy-Boschee's German

and we arc glad that our commissionersdid We de'm it important to tho fruit growers of jrape. i into open furrows between the trees. biush and razor, B. 0. 300, and Pliny under that sup' >siton that the articles Syrup-for lung 'diseases. f

their duty in the premises. Almost Florida that all information having a Lain A"\Vord for T bno. The Agriculturint.commenting upon thi, tells us that Scipio Africanus was the bought are something C'i
all it not of the counties will upon the price of the forthcoming crop ehpu'd'! first individual Roman to thave
every one b to The dense black of Leon snjs that while: this is doubtless an excellent daily. hat they io illy are. )
communicated as early as population [
be in line this month, now that it ha We 1.811 tbat bu'erl tlCL already in plsibla f.ll county has largely drifted away to the l plan in California "doubts i it Mrs. Anna Jack, of FarmiDgton, III., ndulterations are not positively; harmful,1 1 :

been decided that county appropriation contracting for the coming crop, Natura'ly phosphate mines; cOlton culture is in a would be practicable in F.orida owingto was taken with a severe cou hinjf epsll but are put in to cheipen: the articles.

are legal. wilh the discouragements o? the lat season, decadence, nnd more diversified agriculture the porous condition of our soil. After some time ago, and a lump was ejected Manufacturers do not ('ul them adulteration -

they>ow feel rccs.: mow We willing are \to learning.cctpt comparatively by experience is springing 1 up. The dairy and the water bad been brought from the which is reported to have ben a mass of but dignify cs "streaks: of w i

Governor Fleming his made the following that tho silo of Florid oranges is qui'e largely stock farms are paying well. The butter elevated tank in the Y-shaptd flume to common pi s.Newcn.tleonTyne. economy." _

state appointments since the list: affected by the abundance or scarcity of otherfruits. production is larger than the home consumption 'the head furrow' it woud: be turned into spent $50,000,000

report: C. A Snowball, of Nassau county and is eagerly bought else: the furrows, but if the futrows had any some years ago in digging out a shallow Sample Tncfcaee :Mollf Free.
to be notary public for the tate at In 18S9'the apple cr.pa well 8 other fruits, length the water would certfiinly Address Small Rile Deans'ew, York. -
was a shoit crop throughout the N rth. When where The vineyards, both eating and strCfm. The income from that invest- .
large; J. A. Harrcll, to be justice of the I the season opened all fruit consequently soil wine grapes, are enormously productive, never reach the further end ; it would ment has since been $28,000,000, besides The average age that women marry I -

: peace for Wakulla county; Green Wai- at high price nnd we fa r prices for and the owmrs of the bearing nut trees soak into the crcund before it. had traveled the increase in trade and the enhanced i is twenty-one, men twenty.six. .

den, tu.b supervisor of registration for oranges throughout the season with a crop oflomethin possi ss a veritable gold mine. But the fitly feet.:" value of property. -E.. 4
L Thomas F. Fortune over two mill.ou five hundred thousand Is it not that there Any man woman or child can be cured of ;
county; to I big rf Leon is the just possible maybe
county Polo has been
boe. coming crop rapid'y gaining in popularity Biliousness, .sick-Headache, 4 onstipation, fevers .
K be notary public for Manatee county; The apple and other fruit ovps of the north tobacco crop. The quality of the Leon a mistake about the danger of the l in France, and there has been a Colds and St mach Trouble bv taking Bite

Dr. Geofe F. Register, W. H. IIam-11 1 L last veir were more than a full crop ; all Iruits county wrapper tobacco is unexcelled water soaking away before it has gone fifty good deal of play this season the Hi-ans cntiro Smalt. Every bottle in'is each KU::bottle.nuitce.l to

..N and Dr. D. C. Montgomery, to be members felt: the lt.'Ct, and the fruit-growers of iho anywhere. In the olden days a little fet t?There is R great denl of the soil of California ground belonging to the Cercle upon ties Pali- give satjact on. 4 :
of tin board of health for Wakulla north obtained very low prices. Florida at the lobacco i was raised but the which is of a very sandy character A blonde is said to have about ten
during in
neurs the Bois de Paris.
cu 1'y. D. A Watts, J. D. EJds and same five hundred time incr thomand'ase I her boxes crop to from over two three million million gnat change i dwindled into nothing.A -indeed, is almost pure sand-jet i In this years the advantage of a brunette. f.1 -

1' .. F. W. ", to be member of the eight hun ired boxes, and naturally ft-w some of ] is irrigated in just tl'e manner describe country 33,000,000 acres of
ago our plan
thou.ant years colon l land ale farmed Colds relieved Small Bile Reans. RELIEVESaliStOmachDfStreIa.
being by irrigation. promptly by
hoard .1 health'for To be it andit
county. the two causes superabund-ens in their tried nnd sure, requires more ,
Co'umba c.bine-a dispiir, ,
James M. Simmons, to b olregistr.ition ant crop of northern frits ant vasty increased t they were astonished at the result. They i takes longer for the stream to reach the France owes its wpnderful success in The soul-entrancing chrinet was the.. REMOVES Nausea, .Sense PATS.ofCOXOESTIOS.

for Washington county orange crop-reduced the price oranges very found that our tobacco made and lower end pf the furrow, but it gets therein gardening to this system, and in late i invention of Denner, 1 German, in 169. REVIVES FAOISO ENERGY..
. Thomas be materialy. wrappers i time. Such soil this years Italy has spent over $200,000,000
McKnight, to notary public fillers to Sumatra and Cuba. as requires a RESTORES
aocurats tsti-
were Normal and
tme of vpa a pretty equal for this MANY persons are broken down from over Circulation, .
I for HilUborough county, and A. M. mao of cond tion of the northern fruit Last yeir less than fifty acres were slowly running stream, which must be purpose. woi k or household cares. lirown's! Iron Biter \VAEJQ TO Tos TIPS. i

Know If, to be sheriff of Hamilton county. crops can Le forme 1 FO far a apples pear and planted in tobacco. This year over 300 allowed to run steadily until the soil is Maine orchardists, whose crops will be rebuilds the aids digestion, rt: HARTER MEDICINE CO.. Louis

peaches are concern"d, which form stap'efro are planted, and in spite of tho dry well saturated.A fairlyjargc, expect to reap a golden hir- splendid moves excels tonic for of bile women and and cures children.malaria.. A DR-___- S M
it ClOpS of the north Our energetic NewTorkagen's single small stream will run across a vest this year on account of the practical
Military weather the plant in splendid condi. ASTONISHING '
Tit Eaca.pmeat Me.al. : Day have made I failure of the in In China t'iebelieve that women by cling .
ten-acre orchard in the sa-idicst kind of apple York
it their bnsinc-s to obtain accurate information tion. The weed now being cut the crop in
The into g to become men in jud"- TONIC FOR WOMEN. ,
following a
. St. compinics Etcambia go ctmpat as pdwible of the prospective. yield and fin>t time, and it is estimated that the soil, although it will n quire twice as and Michigan, the two .great apple producing ment \\egetarianbm). 4

Augustine: Rifl', Chip condition of the fruit crop at home and abroad. yield will be 150.000 As long to do so a where the soil is bel r'. states. JcELE'S ,):
ley Light Infantry, Third Florida Light[ over pounds. The Only One Ever: Printed.
Tney estimate from the reports th"y hayj But the I
ob this is assund fact irrigator must not be ffraid of Rhode Island will present its World's :
Artillery, ApaUchicola Rifles, Suwaree that the appU of the United States year's crop now an CAS YOU FIND THE WORD?
taint crop supplying an abundance of water. is fair .
F Guards, Jacksonville Light Infantry exceed one-third of a full cr--'p. MisBonri and offers the planters tuch remunerative I building to Cb/cigo after the expo- There is a 3-inch display advertisement in :i
,I j just possible that the Florida experi- sition closes.: The structure will be this week, has WINE OF
\ Metropolitan Light Infantry Wilsou anl Michigan large apple-growing states, f suits, it is estimated that over very paprthis wnic.I no two wurd'
will have small states mcnUrs have not yet learned the amount in a 'ni" same is true of r
vry ea'er 1.000 acres will be next picturesque appearance, being a reproduction .;
St. Gunids St. croTe planted } ear.Floridian. each !
i Battery. Augustine Aug will bo short new one app aring e"ch w tk. mom TheDr. t
held that it is advisable
crop mostly to
fnd put an of the famous "Old .
upon part : Harter Medicine Co. house places a"Crescent" '
&." sistine Riles, Gem City Guards, date forexport. Feirs and plums will be short everywhere orchard. At all events they should 'experiment Stone Mill" at Newport. on C\erythinJ Trt .), make and I :._. & Ii
City GuiitdHtlifux Rifles, Indian River e'st or the Rocky mountains. The with the methods in publsh. Look them the nnme : : I.j
Guards, Gainesville Guards Ocnla Rifl-s, poach crop is hort in Maryland and Delawareand Converted Florida Grower*. ca y use in Mrs. Joseph W. Delano, of San Francisco and they will return you HOOK, i

Shines Guards. T-trnpi 1 Rifle, Island" City the Georgia crop will be smaller than anticipated. When the orange industry was first California before ditcarding them for possesses t the dress worn by Liurn B EAL'TI nL LITHOGRAPHS or SAMPr.E I'UEEON '
ti Very few fruits will b) canned this more costly '.
Guards and BradforJ County Guards you Grapes are not forward enough to estimate being developed in Florida s me yet.rs s'stem Keene on the night of Lincoln's assassi CARDUI : r 1

;.: These companies will avenge thirty men lent it is thought the crop will bimode ago the boast of the people was that oranges nation. Lincoln's head rested for a moment -

eachwhich will place six hundred men in np1 We hay,) reports from Spain and could be grown without the necessity TIE Emperor or China is wont to condescend on Miss Keene's lap, and the blood-

v camp. The emcampmcnt ground is i a Italy a to the orange crop. The Valncia crop of irrigation. 'I his was considered once a year to receive in nu- stains thus caused are ttill visible.A I_-' ____ ,.
from Roam is reported d-cid"dly and in dience .
.t level tract of Ian I jus: west of lha Ponce view of th' high duty our a sort as an advantage over California Hnd the Cabinet the whole of his Ministry. The census bulletin shiws that our males It Strengthens the Weak, Quiets the _::

? '\ de Leon hotel. Right in the crouuds i is meutfl to thiii country will be limited.el In .hip. southwest where irrigation has becomea has to offer : joint petition to witbin'mitia age number 13130168. Nerves, Relieves! Monthly
,t lI t the gra .d stand of the baseball park, a larze crop of orange and lemons is Aported; valuable auxiliary to successful orange Emperor to grant the audience. The I civilized nation on the t
and Cures'
::.' offering excellent accommodations for but th're IKS been a tendency of late years to culture. Oranges arc grown in Florida Prime Minister, Priurc-TIUDf"HYamcD, globe with over 13,000,000 righting men? Suffering .

..r : two thousand spectators. dccreace until the t Florida hipinenti(crop and II to mainly hVd back disposed their of.fruit todav without artificial irrigation, but had rderet. his colleague:to pr.'paru the With so much food for gunpowder we t L7i FEMALE DISEASES. ::;: ,_

Tho the thoughtful growers are becoming They prepared and went to are sleeping ASttYOUDRUGGl6TAUQUTIT.
crop of Florida f r the present year is submit it over our opportunities. .1
geuernlly conceded to be much smaller thanthat converted to the fact that better oranges to the Prince, who began read Abatement in S1.00 PER BOTTLE. .}. -- .
/ A Khart-bicbted Toiler* f last and we think it will ing. The document with the prepared the internal CHATTANOOGA CO. v ;
year prob t bly and larger crops can be grown with less opened revenue bureau shows that the fED Chattanooga,T. t
r From the not exceed two million five thousand preamble: '-Whereat the total sugar /
hundr and the ,
Tme.Union care anxiety over prospects ,
: Fur for cotton which: lies, or about the same a year beforel the Western States are the equals] .of bounty paid during the fiscal year \ u,
last. l' by a systematic use of ended June 30 1892 : Unlike the Dutch Process
.u;. have prevailed in recent years the planters his Imperial )JaestThe; Prince w was $7,330U4G, of
Ibo condition of water for A
things, as we view thpm. is irrigation. I which $7,065,284 .
.../. lire doubt ss themselves largely respon therefore very similar to that of year before drouth this spring has made astonished. What unpardonable heresy paid on cane sugar No Alkalies
.t sible this appears to be the case lat, both a to the northern fruit crop and our l inroads the fruit of to reduce the brother of the sun to a $240,098 on beet sngir, $22,197 on vI (:?&

:'.4 4' particularly! with the long staple or Sea; own. and with the information here given, you the large upon of Florida prospects these level with other potentate of the world! sorghum sugor and $2,466 on maple su -OB-
Iland cotton. 'The quality is deteriora Will bo m a position to arrive at a safe conclusion orange as : The paper in the hand of the Princewas gar. Of the total bounty on cane sugar, Other ChenlcaI
In their a t the figures tt base sale and dry spells ore of frequent occsirencc the ] 6,870,506 was paid to planters in Lou .
ting. ainual report on tea while, curs! we are in favor of npn fruit raisers ore naturally considering cruiupcd up immediately and the whole isiana. ENJOYSBoth -, are
Island, Mebsri H. F. Duttou & Co., ai made at tha grove, yet we wish growers t get proposition to maintain this annual Cabinet was dismissed in dNgraca. the method and preparation of
Gainesville, who handle,the great bulk all tho f i nit is worth; ; and, as buyers already harvest.fore Irrigation solves the The tenth census bulletin recently i issued result when. \ W. BAKER & CO.'S
of this staple produced in the three stater. bargaining for fruit in advance, vto have problem, AT the recent opening of the American by the dominion stttistician shows Syrup of Figs is taken; pleasant

of ( Georgia and South Carolina, deemed it our duty to f iirni
  • which will be of advantage to the mattir with a view to canals -
    .. lay stress the-use of seed i gower constructing D. C., the President boasted the value ot industrial under gently the
    great upon poor in reference t sal s, nod prevent a and laterals. Enough would haveb thof products the yet promptly on Kidneys, BreaastCocoa
    ; by iho planters. They say that the lowpricts from the want of knowledge of these fact en saved in this one by irrigation 81,194 patients treated year national policy during the last ten yiars. Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system :{ \\fl \
    season .
    RIO largely enured by ths con with whch: no doub; every buyer and in the 70 hospitals of the United States The capital invested in the new provincesof effectually dispels colds headaches I t ,
    to have jiaid each fruit for ,.
    tinuil planting! of seed, or the agent hai posted himself. Hence, in view of grower controlled by school of medicine British Columbia and Manitoba has L \ thru thnu
    poor the inform HioD we have obtaiuel I, and frompresent nfl individual plant. 'J 1 he Florida people and fevers and cures I .. I ha mr thln of Cocoa
    seed from 21,134 recovered. The death rate increased habitua } ttrength mixed
    came It i the was ; by $15,600,000 in t.l
    to Ontario
    year year. the oUllo ; by ,
    ( o coming crop, wa will t sooner or liter adopt the plan of irrigating but constipation. Syrup of Figs I i with Starch, Arwot or
    .. ver blight of a false (economy to plant! think that the fruit-grower ou ht to obtain their trees to insure them pgainst 3.81 per cent, which he maintainswas $95,000,000; in Quebec by $57,000,000, 'Sugar, and is more .
    I poor seed imply because this can be purchased $1.50 per box on tho trd for goad marketable -' : I wonderful showinsr.ATLANTA aud in the maritime provinces by $18- only remedy of its kind ever proI nomical cost In 7 less than one cent (cup. -
    : fruit f diouth, make certain br cr nnd duced li nourishing and WiLl
    tor about one or tne cost -: they dispose of their fruits in betfryfe1J 000,000. pleasing to the taste and I telciol

    ... of selected seed. The quarter of this nunnor. Kei-peciluUv, !, enable them' to use fertilizer.. to c to the stomach in DIGETED. -
    use poor seed MARKETS. prompt } Sold by Grocersererywhen.W.BAKR&CO.DorchesterMau..
    I better advantage, and in short, to make a Unlncil Temples. I _
    from year to yen gradually shortens the B. A M, S. Mon MAN, sucress of the business of fruit growing.- Our bodies are the temples of our souls its action and truly beneficial in its. .

    : tuple and reduces its quality as vvill C Ex"cutivj Committee Inigation Age.Outlook CORRECTED WEEKLY. Should these temples, fashioned by the Divine efect prepared only from the most I -

    the yield. This cause* price to fall, hand, be allowed to fall into premature ruin? healthy and agreeable substances, its !

    .. and the farmer's income i thereby diminished I. The Face on the Dollar. for Ibe Orange G rower. Groceries.CotTeeRoastedArbucklo's. Assuredly). not. Renovate, therefore, failing many excellent qualities commend it I
    and every year brings himself 20.10 $ ft. strength, renew lost appetite and an
    10 impaired all and have made it I
    3it nearer and nearer to a conditionwhere Anna Willess Williams, the original of A (correspondent of the farmer and ct clesLion 20.lO. ;Level ing's 20.1Oi. Gron-Ex- power to "l.ep. recreateital energy with t most I who Con.umpUvs.aDd hKT weak Snags or p.OpiI AiUk1m
    he the Fruit Grower, wilting from :Manchester, tr 'iOc; choice good 19c; fair 18c corn- Hosteller's Stomach Bitters which restores popular remedy known.
    : cannot buy selected seed at all I, face of the goddess on our silver dollar ; .should BB Plio't Car*for [
    if he ilic'iiuasays: : mon l64c. Sngai'-Orumi'ated'! 5c; on granulated digestion,liver, bowel and kidney regularity, Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Consumption. It bat tr4
    He is born in
    were so disposed. gradually was Philadelphia during the t and overcomes malaria and rheumatism.
    I will deviate from line of -powdered 5o; cut loaf 53c; white thooiaad Ithu nol1nnredolie I
    "eating himself, up" by a 'em of false civil war, writes Alice Graham McCollin my contribution etn C 4c; New O leans yellow clarified and 81 bottles by all leading druggists It li not bad to take. |
    sJs t and give some i idea of the The United manufactures 65,000 hats it U tha besscougbsyrup.
    you ftate
    economy. in the Ladies' Home JournaL Her 4 V" yellow C 4e. Any reliable druggist who
    Cxra !ynpNcw every day. England manufactures Sold everywhere. II.e.SI .
    for the of Flor' Oiteans \vhie abut
    mother was of Southern birth, the daughter prospect orange grower choice 48@50; prime @ 4,0. _ may not have it on hand will
    30 3&. Slolisses 'COHSOMPTIOH.
    There little fruit Genuine
    ida. was veiv crown in & Cuba 33@33cimU; pro
    of Dr. Arthur H. Witless, a wealthy t tation 22C25.( Teas-Black < > LADIES needing H tonic. or children who cure it promptly for any one who I
    'he North this The is ; green
    slave'owner of year. apple crop I 3'5) want building should
    who take Iron
    Maryland while his up
    40aOOe. Broun's
    Nlcty: Vet cm Here. an entire fai'urc in this State, and everyOt ( 6'.7. 2530c. Bitters. It is pleasant to take cures Malaria \ish s to try it Do not accept any I I
    daughter was still unmarried suffered Cinnamon 10@12} .
    Allpice 10@1a Indigestion. and Liver Complaints substitute. ........ .
    An account was published some time financial reverses. When 10) she married e is asking. "What are we to do for Ringer ISc. !in pepper ; M makes the Blood rich and pure. RJPANSTABUl.E8r. .o..ososso gnUuJ.

    :s ago in the Times Union by its Welburn Henry Williams, of and fruit this year!" Now, to th' so who have $0. Rico f.u 7c; good 6c; CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. I: Afek.tlie purify ttomach.the ifrer and bowota ef-J:
    are cod
    correspondent remarkable family of removed with him to PhiaJelpbia oranges there is a prospect for a ( imported Japan 6 @7oBlftHawley's Ther are five obelisks in Rome one in Pars, C fttctnaL blo. ne family Z
    cty. Mr. good Virginia 70e. in London and on i in Central park, SAN FRANCISCO CAL. : "r jjriedicine known (I
    )Ir. Carve- whose price for them as all fruits dai $15; f'e :
    ; Samp'on family record Williams soon beceme but smal .-< flats ___ LOUISVILLE KY. flEw YORK II.Y. it.C"y Constipation. Dr pp ia Foni.
    ..;. aggregated 149 and whose vo'ingHrenirtb. through some mismanagement he lost all Mrawl I ernes have a very short crop, Chece-Fu 12 Whie fish. hilt Cheda..$00; pails; 60o- A Matter of Life or Death. .a 'S\fCf/ ot Breath Appit Heh.)eDt tfearrtHmi Deprradon.,Low**
    was twenty-five. The account: his and his m d as strawbrrrus are use I mostly whoa bt 75 3 75 )' *. Sallow
    $300. Dillon
    property, daughter Anna, the Saps-Talo\ Ib ; Do you know that the state of the blood running (;
    close wi'h' "challenge to anyone I in youngest of nine children, was born first picked, there will be a dearth of fruit; b11 60 a 250CandksPitraflute ; in your veins is the cause of your sicknessor ?every d molting Fea.
    a'l' this Stctio 12c; star Matches your health't This is a most important mat- Every Monthmany 4hlou.1.oratadnyc or Inteatiaecf
    beat that record. It over > country. I do not amb.l.
    seem; under adverse lOXc. S
    most perform of
    t circumstances. $4 00 ter, overlooked t t.1 proper tncln& VeD(
    93 75 although by who showa
    ; &
    iO ; ,
    30. 0.3 ; g
    that Mr. Sampson is to be outdone to a While she was sti but a child her father liiar elf any one having or pies except in gross 3 Sdn-KEgs bulk 5c; do lIb pkgs great deal of good sense otherwis. Your women suffer from Excessive or Ot'hme.o'cr-JUngar,beft baga.T 1 AR1.Ea.;
    considtrable for tho New .England States and that blood has to be ,or yourwhole Scant Menstruation; they don't know Ad.
    j. extent another correspondent died, leaving widow, although in 6/c; CHs 1 and Jlbs Sc, doVJlb6Vic kept pure system Avvnf RIPAN5CEICAIC..0Ic $
    c comtS and states that delicate health, with the strongest determination not a large a crop as usual, Cr'lktIXXX soda 6>
    ; Ur Benjamin Moody of Ho-ncland: to'care for and educate her owing g. to the rainy season of fic; XXX pearl oysters 6c; &cland excelsior7c blood if the matter is taken up in time; but it
    -. Polk this I last and ;lemon cream Oc; XXX naps') ";corn- costs a great deal,and is often Impossible if Bradfleld'cFemale
    county, who was formerly tha wife children, and it was entirely through the spring early summer. hills 9c. Candy-As-ortcd stick 6 c; French taken up after dia has gained a foothold.If Evory ?Ida an On Doctor.A
    I of James E. Ilendry of Thomas county., endeavors of her mother that :Miss Williams All fruit suffered more o less. There mixed 12c. Canned goods-Condensed milk you an with :yphlhIch, Humors I .

    ; Ga., had seven years ngo 210 living dcscrndmts. received her education. "i be some peaches 01 Lake Michigan 6 0018 00; imitation mack.-iel $3 95a4. 00; salmon Swellings, Skin Di! Regulaioi lOt-i-ii ol'rorsit ly Ilhistra'ed okcontain

    ; and thirty that were d< ud, Early in 187C the Treasury rt- some plums, but not ieal ns nunyus $6 00a7 50: F. oysters .f I 75a--L.W. Liver and Scrofula.Kidney Ialaria, Old Catarrh, }'C\.r inc AiiliiaMe info mati n -rtainir.t to dlsme -
    Dcp diseases. Hrs. a Specific for coin $2 50a3 tomatoes nan sistem. > to
    ,: -. and nt this time they possibly reach 25U ment secured the services of George last :ca. So the orange is bound to I 112 $320. 5-; Pearl 4c $1 6.naI tions,or any other disorders frm impure SCANTY.SUPPRESSED and IRREGULARMENSTRUATION. 'I 1.\1 "n-I Cl'iiKwith 1 I tie simplest of inedii -

    living, and will poll sxty: democraticTOtos Morgan, an expert designer and tiring' a good j mice this year. While we ; cke packages $3 50; cclluloul ; Savannah blood,,Ga.write His at once Blood to Purifier Dr. S. C.is Parns I inc=.t TliI l ii f> co"'lans wnalyns of court-

    T this fall. She his seven greatgroajrtnd He was assi ned to duty at cng.vr. sutured fr m drouth la>t spring, the plain or mixed, pints$1004 40; qurtl$500 derful remedy, and only costs one dollar per "WOMAN" mailed frte.CRAQFIELD I Silil.) |hfs and IPH in.irri.ucf ii-rfnl an i'rcserIptnri.
    .. children. I om getting up tin delphia Mine upon thedesign for the people of the north and west "eie being $1 Mal 80. Powder-RIfle, 0).); 1A koa bottle. Send 2c stamp for pamphlet containinga V Boo REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. M.i li-il. p i.f-'iiii *. for 6O cents. Andrew
    lot of private and valuable Dr. It
    drowned out and the f 2 Ji kegs$150. Shot $I 70 sack. inforaton. I ATINTI'L'HM.sillMi 1IOUMKLIIP
    record for 1892 silver dollar crops arc generallypoor 7 per .
    as which
    again soon new
    acompleted was soon to be Parsons Female Regulating effi Ii Ben.bJ ell Druggist. I Ir lunn ie> t.AmaaTA.c4a."
    : will give to the public the issued. He his attention-first to wheat being only 1 third of a crop, cacious. Write to him without delay. I
    .,. whole number inclusive. the corn almost a failure and all other Flour Grain and .Heal. -- -- I iN U. .... .. ........ ... TbiJTy-flTe. '92.
    .Mrs. side
    for cropsin
    Moody reverse which a design of Flour-Fust patent 50; seconl patent Yo will give $100 reward for any case ofcatarrh
    has teen married twice, but has on'y one the American eagle was afterward selected proportion, some scarcely worth bar- $ .75; extra fancy $4.25$fancy ?4 10 that cannot be cured with Hall's IT ISA DUTVi-oIioweyour-

    ton by her second marriage. She bus five hoping that a suitable idea ,vesting. Hay is the only good crop. i3 !0$4 (00.) Corn-No. 1 white; family 6': Catarrh F. J.Cure.CHENEY Taen& CO.internally., Proprs., Toledo, O.. Relfnnd fu.faIIvto you r mnnt.irot)..thrbritvnlue .: ono- W,M7DOUGLAS

    IOn aud fire daughters, nil with l.rgefamie would occur t him for the head of the People wi have fruit, and the orange No. a. white 63:; mixed 6"w. Oats Ilzr your footwrnrbypur-. I
    ind take the place of other Mixc12lC ; whit 44o; Kansas rustproof THE principal of sick cht".in \. I.JouIla. .boes,
    the youngest of whom is 38 years Goddess of Liberty, it seemed wi 1 causes headAche wbih: beMS
    .hich 51c. Hav-Choice timothy, la-co bales biliousness and cold chills rrpr""lll FORGENTLEMEN
    :, eldest 68. She is about 8) proper, should be used principal /ruil. So ( the people taie courage 9) No. 1 timothy, large bales. 85j;; ch .ic, stomach and liver. Cured by are Beecham's Pills. value fur inice itsittn.ITA1iCNO ntked. at $,3 I
    years old. Her father was John Carlton, figure on the coiq. After considerable: hope for better prices than th se received timotliT.) Snl Lalc We;No. 1 timotuy, small thol""n"" wil I

    ,. "s and he t be 93 year old, and her delay and frequent change of plan, it: last year, and believe that "It's an bales.! 81 timothy, small ba'es.: 80. If afflic'el with sore eye u-e Dr. IlcThomp !r !TITITE ,
    3** Jve ill wind thit :Meal bolted 58c. Who son's Eye-water.Druvgsts fell at : THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY.ic
    mother yens, and died in Tayl For was, decided that, if possible, the head: blaws nacbody guid. 67.; it bran- bt .
    Large sack 8'c, small sacks Blo Cotton ---- ; .4genn1 .swp4ahoetaarilZsot rip, fine c*lf.aeaml *%
    Fit. few When should be
    .1. county, a years ago I I representation of some living teed mail-51 10.per Steam luod-fl.33 Wife Anuoth lualue. Cenble. more cot .forubie.stTlUb and durable taaa
    : etthe. record comp'eted! for 1892 I wi.lhare girl. In the pursuit of Sea Island Cottoa. per cwl cwt ). My any other sho ever sold at ther rice. Equals custom made ahoe

    ..:-. it pub15htd and if then s is nnrntv' his duti Mr. Morgan had been throwninto ; 1lessr. H. F. Button & Co., bankers Gdt.-r'ar$ Was miserable all -- ,, costing QA and n14&i 3 Ilad.sewed.flnecatfrhOeL to$i The moat trllah.

    ..p in ( te southern states who: society of Thomas Eakins, &'L coton factors of Gainesville, recently Country I'rodiicr. the time with kidneycomplaint '' J* easy and, luraoleflionevtr sold at these price They equal
    : it let artist of considerable completed and issued their annual Eggs Dntter-\Vestorn but began ---: I fine.ImportI'o> hots 11 stag from $4 io$12.
    can bt speak ont She has reputation, and the report 12a1' crea-ner/ lice >hfe. worn by farmers and all other*who -
    : South Florida ever January, similarity of their interets became the t tfoundtior on the present condition anJ prospects 20i22VaC; elCal8jj"tii"r. crate i f Improving when the had L i- ': .-- *i>w. want; i a good heavy elf time soled,extension edge shoe -
    "of of the Sea Island JOdia Xc Live ponltry-Turkeys 10<2il2j per ctaken Hood's t\ easy to walk it. anil will keep the feet dry and warm.
    v a warm friendship between cotton crop in the; Ib hens 2 Fap1 50 Pint) Cnlf, S2.UA and S3 Werkiacmrn' Shoe
    them. It. was through Mr. three states of South Carolina, Georgiaand lar/e; 13t22-c:; and spring 2 young 10 15=. ducken one week, ad afer 'siL $2. w111. vii mona x ear for;fl.a money than any other make.
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    '. FUrlda Crop .E kins' influence that lls Wiia a Florida. This report is based upon poultrv-Turkeys Sao ducks I2} 1 1 5 Drc"r; taking three.bottles was Theyareinref ounilibiCoilt-for "rvlce. Tte increaeiag. sales stow that work--

    .. Commissioner of Agriculture L. B. friend of his family, induce pose the answers received from reliable correspondents ens I5al6. Irish pi 25@1.50. per bbl perfectly cured. 1 had 'nlea 89 and YoatbV S1.75 Schoel Sheee are

    Wombwell fats issued the August Bulletin for Mr. Morgan for the of the to a series of nine questions Strain gwpot poraUcs! R. new in -the 93al.CO comb per 10al2c.bu. lon,y- Mrs. Richardson.-- Hea rau Ca ,'. BOYoid I at worn these by prices.t:e boys everywhere.- The* most serrice* '

    h of hit department The number is avery Goddess of Liby. Te sittings took propuoded by the firm in 0 t ircular letter 2 5J per 1 llO l Could not sleep, bloated, badly e r, -L LADlE II '.J' ?Shoes 3 nnnderred.83.50 for Jtlisse and 31.73 t
    Cmp1t *are-made of lb.Less Doe.
    $: ,: -t interesting one and contains much place at the rIdence Ir. Eakins, on sent out very recently. From cotton pin bode, ringing noises in m; (got II ortorb fine Calf a* deiired They ore very stjUsbeom> .
    valuable Information for the farmers acd Mount Vernon below growers in Florida 825 were I.rovl.ion... ears. Spar. gave immediate aaj darable. Tte $3 shoe equals evaioin mad*. .
    4 street Eighteet responses benefit,sound .health." JLC.RiCHARPSoy trim $t Si)$e. Ladies who wish tocooao-
    4I *. fruit growers. Reports are in from near iT in Novembr It received, from those in Georgia 380, and Clear nb sides, bxo 8 7-8-:; ice-cnrtd bel'ie sep ad, .Y.Hood's .- ; : mu in shut! footwear tao finding this out. ,
    with ) h:1113X&I {, 'ucc,>rding L. U TI(E'.Beware or -.
    decided from 10McoSI/nr-nre DealerstobeUtutlngshoeswtti.
    ?rqer y county, and as those are carefully 1 cap it seat was those in South, Carolina 201. A Nausea Sick : T .
    brn. lul average; Califon i PUla cure 1b 0n 00 tW. Doala name and tte price stamped on bottom- ,
    ;... 'compiled by Mr. U. 8. E liott, the 1 tfi- ulJn. table is presented in the report showing bacon !1J{' I 12;. LarJ-1'urd .brflt Indigestion, Biliousness and a ASK FOR W. L. DOUGLAS'- SH ES.. "ubs t .. by ui law stitutions for obtainlnz are fraudulent and subject to proscco-. .
    money tinder false preSences.d
    .clcnt chief clerk of Ue'department; from the condition of the crop in dttail in c-.ch L' leaf 9J ;rerined nunj.Cuttoa.. J Fine flooded Ctut Sbee,.Bogs,Poultry- It not for rale iu plaf send dirctrained. < to Factory stniinz kind size sad wIdth
    Vie communications of the different local Ter'f. firm of London opticians: who of tbese states. Regarding Florida the sdU** .Sporting Dg b Cae wit i Postage 1011 erfe exclr lire sale to nboe draler and general per*

    : Jab*.. f.etlof supplying spectacles' for jeport says J.- Market KG engraving*,free. ,P.Jle Co.C &TJt KJ.TACTS .. Chants where I hare. no agrenu, Write for,,Cualocnc.VL L.Douglas, Brocktoar Mass,

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