Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/00306
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00306
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St. Louis claims to be the greatest 8HE: DBEAMS HE COKES AOA jig the comfoitabla chair she pointed to. "Perhaps, after nil, we both misjudge LOVE OVER- ALT-' No native of India would give an'Eng support me. I expected to be ridiculed

water melon market, in the United States. BT MABT "I consider it is," she said, oracularly. her. Supposing she is only anxioos for Riches are caught. A jewel crown lishman a pointer on treasure. We have for my exhibit, but the others came to a
I simply bowed again, waiting for her your happiness," I suggested vaguely. May be undone. and gold! trill melt, gathered m plenty of loot since the halt with serious faces, and the engineer
Wen the sweet sunshine softly falls to proceed. "How little you know her! Ah! well, mutiny, but never with their assistance. said:

The march of cholera toward the Westis And. gentle' the summer golden smiles grain once more, "The nights are very chilly; but what we wil not wasto time in talk of this' But a ended pain is long,, long felt. They Gill it robbing the dead. If the "I'm blessed if the sounds don't give

a fact that can be looked at only with She dreams he comes again. beautiful fires they keep up in the North" mean to be h'pPY" I can Kisses are sweet, but prayers are best; there are after the treasure they me a chill, though I know it's all a
she observed "I wonder H in own Come, preux chet'alermy part
presently. my way. my
S concern by all the Western Nations. The music of Lia laughter rings this struck you when you first came to knight-you have done my be- Only the lips t a kiss are given, to some clan up among the blooming trick of the gang to keep us

And Around through the the liomehteid swinging door, eat. Northshiro as much as it struck me." as yet not asked for your reward While the soul goes with i1 prayer, t mountains. They rob each other's ruins, out. There must be a lot of the fellowsin

New Jersey will adopt the best mean' Uo cored just as of yore.garden Had she been making inquiries, then, !" heaven. but never their own." there."
? There but "I will not ask. but take it,O said I, and and the
concerning me was one per- By by lights disappeared and "And I'm thinking it would be a wise
to stop the inroads of the sea along its And Breathes then a of Bound the distant of sighing sea wind, Ion who could tell her anything, and that kissed the red lips so temptingly near to Like Dreams blessed are shadows curtains,that yet sometimes come silence reigned over ruins and we thing to send down for more help," added

coast, and Holland methods are being Wbere on a ship through Etonn and mUt was Dr. Gacoige I made a mental mine. drop upon turned in again. Soon after Mr. Grant. "Good Lord! but see
I driven ruthlessly.And note of In a moment she had risen from tha The scorching light of a noonday sun.. daylgh

studied. _ _ "I appreciate good fires, comforts, and couch and wa pacing up alt down the came one of the natives who now that I"
-- there again the youthful fare luxuries of all kinds I replied evasive room. Her features were strangely agitated Hops betray us, but Faith is sure, recovered a portion of his natural courage A block of stone which seemed to be

The Chicago Herald asserts that "a As But o'er blanched the seething by fear foa and he pain ly, glancing around the luxuriously appointed ; she seemed talking herself. Yes, aks for an answer. She smiles and inspected the shrubbery and found four feet long, a foot thic and three

South Dakota girl lost a bet .of 1000 And called his nae.looke room. as her step-mother had said,she certainly wait, plenty of evidence that it had been occupied feet wide was lying in gross within
"Are you musical?" she next asked, was very excitable. A child at the heavenly gates. 1
patient by men during the night. Someof four feet of
His mother's us as we a
kisses on Elaine's failure to get the name she heard U then, probably noticing that dwelt fora "Surely I have not been unfortunate : croup.
Though leagues between them lay my gaze the stones thrown at were foundto This block stood end
nomination, and conscientiously paid the Of trackless Rands and angry seas moment on the open piano and the heapof enough to litve offended you?" said I, Love over all! A jewel crown, u suddenly on rose
And wreaths of mist and spray. music on the floor. following her. A pain that stay, and a prayer, a kiss, have been freshly broken from large into the air fully six feet, and then fell

same. A recount was demanded and fclio knew It when her called "I am passionately fond of music." "Ofended me?" And turning, she Dream, faith, patience, are met in blocks. to the earth with a jar which made

rather than be mixed up in a contest she To her his last farewell darling; "So is my daughter. That just expresses looking at me with wild, dilated th: hop. "It's a gang of treasure hunters for thing tremble. I tell you simply what

consented." Upon her sad foreboding heart it-she is passionately fond of eyes. A.De Ladies'Home JournaL sure," said the Commissioner after ths us sawor thought we saw. What
S Vere.in
his tones distinctly fell music." "I was afraid,O I began."Is -ay last proof had been submitted, sort of jugglery it was I don't pretend
"Miss is well I ?" it possible that you can be afraid? t
rife in Australia that And though her gentle lips may smile Hargreave hope with fe ?" is quite needless to caution you that but it jugglery of some sort, of
Do I ir say wa
Complaints are Her thoughts are Ja from "Khe is better, thank yon-wonderfully inspire yon AMONG THE RUINS.A
the caries and mercantile marine of Eu BoHide his lonely sea-girt hom. better sincere came Lure.' But she fsveryexc.table "Xo; it is nothat. You do not understand we must be very careful. No one course. Directly after the stone fell fouror

Under the restless fo&l ; one of those highly strung, -O took possession of must enter the shrubbery alone, and we five large pieces of rock came crashing .

rope draw their supplies of salt beef And ever when the wind's low tone impulsive natures that are a constant her hands, which she extended toward me. STORY OF INDIA. must be constantly ready for a attack. about our ears, and nb one hesitated

from Chicago, and especially tbeEng- Sighs o'er the blooming shore source of anxiety. Her father's death wasa "It is ;yon who do not understand! Do They are doubtless Sholaga men from to beat a speedy retreat.
Sho lisU'UB plaintive Bound tenible shock to her. She has not you not know you have power to save me ETWEEN the
recovered "
I t S-S. the hills, and they will stick at noth- "I'm not running from tricks
lish vessels the Australian which And ,
seas be -
on comes once thei
LAKE GI<.n&ml more it. I sometimes fear she never from utter miserdegrdattonperhaps ::. towns Mysore and "
ing. said Grant headed
arc provided for both the inward and IVA 'Vs. .OOBut from death as we camp, "but
I the doctors-you Lave consulted "I-save you? For heaven's sake be Coimbatore, India, "But why not send down to Bheeta I'm satisfied they are a large party and
outward voyagej, with American meat. tell how I can ,. and on the left bank for a detachment of I asked. fellows.
some, I suppose? I asked, feeling it incumbent calm-explain. Only me sldier1 desperate They are probably
to do all this and I will-" 4. ? Jof a stream called "And so give our incase to out and I'll
---- --------- on me say something. away strong enough wipe us ,
In a history of Philadelphia it i is A DARK SECRETS "They are unanimous in telling ma "Love me!" she cried nnd a wave of isb the Honhollay, are there is one? We are not quite so green have up a company of soldiers to beat

there is nothing but time for it. Time crimson rushed into her face; her head ?(.;.,!. ..__kf* ruins of three or four as that. The Government must* have the cover.*' .
stated that as late as 1701 fines were and-diverting her mind. She Las drooped agiinst my shoulder. I
I 0 I large viages. The its share: of course, but we want no 1 A at
was once despatched
assuring her messenger
I her in arms, .
levied on persons refusing to accept office splendid constitution; they all say that. clasped my of
I "She has a magniticent physique-O again and again that I loved her with my I ) one further division. I think we are strong to Bheeta, which is a military post, butit

I and a large part of the city's revenue "Yes. You express admirably my entire heart and soul. And it was true. I I the foothills' of the enough to rout 'em out, and we will be. was three days before the soldiers came

was raised in this'way. "If any cit, meaning. She has a magnificent physique At that moment, carried away by the fascination I'1iiJ 31 y sore range of gin business right away." up. There were ninety of them, and
The Story of a Tragic had her mother. But oh Mr. Dud of her beauty, her appealinghelplessness mountains is called
in the country depended such fines -so After breakfast the five of us moved though we had heard nothing further
upon ley, step-daughter is a terrible chargean I loved hermadly.CIfAi'TEX Garrcw and amid
0 down on the heart of the village, leavingthe from the treasure hunters while waiting
now, comments the Atlanta Constitution Life Drama. almost overwhelming responsibility. the general desola camp in charge of the natives. As we felt sure they were among the
I conld not, for the me, a VI. sti
"its treasury would go empty. suitable answer, so sought refuge fnd si. A STEPMOTHER'S UOXFIDESCE. tion are the ruins what was once a great soon a we got among the ruins we foundit ruins. The troops from thee

S lence, and sat staring at the fire, wonder- Madly! That was just it. I was mad temple. These villages are only three or tough work to get along. It had beena different diection having t

Dried bananas! are packed at Trinida ing what Miss Hargreave thought of the ly in love in every sense of the term.I four out of hundreds to be found in the very substantial town. There being shoot anything they sighted, but

them and BY E. M. DAVY. "message" I had sent her, and whether or had succumbed at once to the pas- great empire. Now and then their his- plenty of building stone at hand, more or the whore place was beaten up and only

by slicing lengthwise, wrap not she would deign to show me the light sion as many a better man had done tory can be traced back to some terrible less of it had been used in every house.It one native found. He was lying among

ping about a dozen closely' together in of her beautiful I.re ence. before as many wi continue to do plague which depopulated them in a must have taken an earthquake to the ruins of the temple with a broken,
Mrs. continued to talk .
their own leaves the ends being cut off. CIArTEI V. rather to Hargreave ply me with innumerable ques-, 01 until tho end of month, and again the desolation is due fling the blocks about in such .confuion.Hero leg. He was a Sholaga from the bills,
it? I wondered
FAIRLY BEWITCHED. What was to como ,
The package looks neat, is air-tight, and An hour later, a cigarette sole companion tons, every reply of mine eliciting from as I sat smoking in my room all throughthe to war between tribes and factions. A and there a piece of wall was stand and after having been carried to camp

preserves the flavor and juices of the I was walking up my and down a prosy dissertat'on, wherein she en- smal hours. Tho girl was at least a rule, no native will approach one ing, but in most cases everything had and his injure attended to he talked

gravel path of which I felt sure a distant deavored to expound her own vews and as in love with me as I with these ruins, and no attempt is ever madeto fallen in a conf ised heap. The difficulty freely. party had numbered fifty
fruit. The of them
cost placng on iew could be obtained from tho windowsof theories. Occasionally, I feigned agreeing her; of that I had not the least rebuild the towns. In 1868, while I of climbing over the blocks was added to men, and had been working for two

the market is four cents per pound, No. 29. arguing with on her, because concerning this was easier which than, at donbt She was of age I, my own mas was at the village of Bheeta, about< thirty by the vegetation, and wherever the sun week when we appeared. The leader

which does not include any profit to the I grew restless! and impatient. Daylight that matel, was feeling the most supreme ; none could say us nay. But, alas miles from arrow, the Government beat down on a stone we were sure to told ot the existence of a cavern

producer.The was fading before my ruse broughtany indifference. tho means-the wanting! means Even supposing most certainly Mrs. sent a commission of three officials to find a serpeat sunning himself. We nnder the ruins of the temple, and they
desired result but at last I
figure coming toward; me rapidly. It saw wasEdna a An hour passed, nnd I u ondcred bow Hargreavo approved of me sufficiently to survey and inspect the village with a were heading for the wall of the temple, had labored hard in their efforts to secure
much longer this "durance vile" would handsome al- view of it by offering to rebuild but after hour's had ad.
Lynton. I flung away cigarette, make her stepdaughter 0 restoring an we not it. As we afterward saw for ourselves they
Christian Union, writing on the and raised my hat as she came my up. that last. I So unutterably boxed did I become lo A-ance, would my pride permit me tolive the temple and give tree deeds to vanced over hal a mile. Mr. Grant had moved at least a thousand tons of

subject of country road improvement, She stood in front of me-her eves cast when a slight was even sound contemplating at iho far end of flight the, on that? all setter. I was invited by the com called a halt, we were sitting on the debris before opening the cavern. Their

pays a well.deserved compliment to down laced-in upon the path, her fingers inter- apartment attracted my attention. A the I ought earliest to have train lef Monday for Coaltown morning by, go along, and this appearing huge blocks of stone in a glade about appliances were of the rudest sort, and

n pretty, half-shy, deprecating portiere was drawn aside. Miss Har a splendid opportunity for an extended feet when had been main
fifty across something accomplished by
Chauncey B. Ripley, LL.D., of West- attitude I knew BO well. There was nothing but, of course, under existing circumstances very everything
greave stepped into the room. that out of the question. inspection of the historic ruins I gladly The foliage was dense strength. During the period of their
was queer
striking about the girl, as I have said happenel1
field N. J. Dr. ha: labored for ; Heavens! how beautiful she looked.
Ripley nothing to attract But she At 7:30, when I opened my door, I accepted. Including servants there were enough the glade into 0 labrs five ot the party hid died of snake
for the good cause of road had soft alenton What a picture she presented standing found a letter lying-a letter addressed twelve of us in the party. On arriving ata
many years winning ways, graceful there against the dark tnpestried back- shadow approaching twilight. Our ears bites and two had been killed in movingthe

'reform with tongue and pen and hard nesses-if I may coin a term-that stole ground. Her dross, of gold-colored bro. to mo in an these unknown words hand. Tearing in smal village called Mussan, six miles were suddenly saluted with groans and blocks. The cavern was found the
I refill: :
cash. It is owing in no small degree to upon"Mrs.yon Hargreave unawares. sends her cade clinging closely to her displayed open Mr. DUDLEY: After what has oc- the village we meant to survey, moans, a of some person in deep distress day before the soldiers came, and in _
and will favor compliments the exquisite outline of her form. I felt .El between my stepdaughter and your we were told of some strange thing that and while we were looking about opening it this native had been hurt.
his public-spirited efforts that many of you her with yoU that in her dark eyes, which were fixed on currel scarcely to surprised that I had lately happened. It
letween 8 and 9 o'clock, Mr sef. you wi declred and at each other a figure came out of His friends had deliberately abandonedhim
company irresistible fascinationapower interview with Will
the New Jersey roads have become so me, lay an an \ou that had taken
Dudley? that impelled me to go forward to you call upon me at 11 o'clock? Believe me spirits possession the thicket on the south side and slowly but he bore them no grudge. Oa
good ai to meet the boat expectations.The Ad this was spoken in the low, soft she stood. sincerely! yours MARTHA HAKGBEAVE. ruins. Strange lights had been seen dit- floated across the glade. I looked like the contrary, he was highly gratified to __

Christian Union says that "he his' that. Lad onco been such sweet whEre"I aU to glad to see you, Mr. Dudley.Do I wrote, agreeing to call at 11 o'clock. ting about at night, and a hunter whose a human figure, though draped and muffled low that the treasure had escaped the
music to my ears; but now, the words for the fateful meeting, telegraphed to ardor had led him the ruins had
you believe me? she while I among and though it passed over the English. When asked as to its value hU
elms and
planted maples enough along j jarred! the bank that absence that day was
retained her hand certainly longer than my beard the sQund of stones being moved
at about ordinary the and he answered
ground an height, sparkled :
the sidewalks of his to reachtfrornlth "Edna I cried, impulsively. I was unavo dable, and scircely knew whether eyes
" _*. village instantly conscious of my mistake. etiquette"Believe required.? Yes!" I I blood on my heels or my head till I and had been pelted with rocks. lie motion was that of floating along instead "Sahib, there were millions! Orer

residence to the postofliso in the: "I have not finished,O she continued, )'. watching you the rich whispered color mantle present in- found myself entering the door of No. 29. had a bad bruise on the shoulder t prove of walking. It wasn't over twentyfeet thirty men had each a heavy load made

!ItOof New York." quietly, still without looking at me. cheeks; her looks, her manner filling Mrs. Il.argre.ivo only was in the room. the latter statement. While most from us, &nd when it disappeared ready to carry when I fainted away. I

Miss Hargreavo also sendsamessage. If me with a Birango.. wonderful, pleased She received me with 1 solemnity of manner intelligent native3 of India are full of into the thicket on the other side the would have made a hundred English'
you have anything for her, will you giveit Th3n with gentle for which I was quite unprepared the common villagers and "
f surprise. a pressure, superstition air heavy with a strange perfume. men rich for life!
Several weeks before the fruit on the please, to me? though, considering the wa
she withdrew her hand. nnmerus imbued withit
"My compliments to Miss Hargreave, pected events th.it had occurred to me farmer are BO thoroughly "It's nothing but a trick to scare us We found the cavern to be a room
In she meantime Mrs. had
berry farms of New Jetscy begins to end 1 regard her request as a command. risen from her seat. She seemed scared lately, I need not have been surprised that igns and dreams guide most of off," whispered Grant, after the figurehad eight feet long, six broad and tea high.

ripen the growers are visiteJ by an agent This i the answer to tha second mes- and nervous. at auything. their daily transactions. The commission disappeared. "If it comC again, It hd been swept clean. The native

who finds out how many pickers will ba Bape. I took, as I spoke, a scaled envelope "My dear," she began "I though-O When wo were both seated, "Mr.D was headed by an Englishman named everybody open fire on it. &nearly full of gold and silver .
from my pocket, but, before re "Ab I Lad udley,"she began, "you would,of course, Grant of the civil service. The secondwas the .
you thought helache We waited in nervous silence for fiveor and plate and jewelry. If 10, gross
needed and to the furnish these 0 Iparsed
agrees it, added: "Miss Lynton, not expect to bear from me yesterday.
linquishing could not to-night, mother mine! a Mr. Artwell of the same branch
appear six minutes when the value a tremendous big sum
apparition was ,
the in appeared
I whole of 'er-
f"or entreat to the day
by specified time. This agent, a you tel But nm I not the most contrary cre-taie pr, and the third who
Mr. Martin
gen i me-what has brougLt you hero in in creation? Wasn't I almost sure to prayer for guidance sir and I think my a was a again, preceded by the same distressing the fellows must have made two or three

eralfy an Italian. goo back:: to< the Italian : position?" change my mind? My LeadacLe has flown, petition has been heard.O civil engineer. With them, a secretaryand noises. It was scarcely cl.a of trips of it to carry* everything away.-

colony in Philadelphia, arranges with his "nest-far to toll him," she murmured BO Las my somber mood. At this mo- i A dead silence ensued, during which I clerk, was a young man named the bushes when we opened fire, each New York Sun. S
as though parleying with I feel of the Poor was intensely conscious thnt my heart Thomasson. with It .
herscl. ment the gayest gay. one of us a revolver.
for the work to be done to
people gOB: I Then she spoke out was beating twenty to the minute faster lote
frankly Little attention
motherl! Won't that make to the storiesof
even assurance was paid beforo and at the
the farms with them and remains uutil "Poverty, Mr. Dudley,brought mo to it. you smile! Ah, Mr. you must than it ought to do, my countenance be the and next moved along & .sme pace, First Woman In the Treasury.
Dndlej which it would be villagers, day we and we got in three shots apiece before
My father's annuity died with bim. 1 have Mother traying sentiments One of the first women who was assigned
spent a ,
everything has been settled with the far weary hide but I over and camped in a grove on the the smoke obscured it.
thought at fh st of being a governess, but Las been trying to imbue you with somo better policy to ; spoke no work in the Treasury Building
mer. During this season from 5000 to there are already too many governessesin of her dreary ideas of life. Now word. stream, about half a mile above the "We've riddled one of them, any- colored woman Sophie Holmes
was a
the world, so I decided to bo a confidential 'Ot "You have told my stepdaughter that head of the desolated town. The site ,
7000 ot these aal shall Lear mine! Oh, whit how!I" chuckled Grant, we waited for
people-nen, women & writes S. Lockwood in
0 merry worh :
I maid. I"came North, hoping to it is when nil goes wel! Til anIplaydance von love her.O said Mrs. Hargea\'e pres- was covered with shrubs and crass and. the smoke to clear ; but a minute later, by name, Mary
berries iu Atlantic aal the
children-picked : : be
unrecognized. ently.-
and she warbled with vines and here and there were of
; had dented the
groves when it
away, figure was
You have not cLanged your name? Now that she was coming to the point One night when Sophie was sweeping
Camden Counties. earned from j the freshness and freedom of bird.
( They trees. No had been
J p WLv should There is no shame il Then iside the fun 0 of I was ready enough with a reply. young tigers seen not to be seen. We had fired point the refuse in her room she found
I flinging papers
thirty cents to $1.5J psr day. Thsy what I d"." cook's feathers with which file had been "I love her dearly, passionately." But I in that neighborhood for years, but the blank at a distance of eighteen or twentyfeet a box of greenbacks that had been cut,

worked about( fifteen hour c strangely sim lar- "Why do you say 'hopelessly? wolves, hyenas and serpents. The town had missed. t
without preludo of any kind burst out in all fifteen bullets
at 4 o'clock at and had been
luachiag vaults
breakfasting : accidentally over
I have not the wherewithal to
"Have been "Because
you old had extended the bank of the "
unOtnnBte- glorious voice with tho fine- song, along "And how do you account for that?
9, 12 and 3:30, and having a substantial asked, with swif. sympathy, Should he upbraid!" Never sLall I hear support a wife. stream for a mile and a half. That I asked I felt hair trying to climb looked.
ing her eyes first time to encounter it to dying cloy without associating it "Probably yon have heard my husband a my She did not dare call the watchman for
meal at twilight after the day's: my evening, while we were settling down in
mine. with Georgie Hargreavo and rememberingtLat died a wealthy man? fear he would be tempted beyond re-
work is done.Stephen "The day after my father's death I "I have reason for supposing so, cer- our new quarters, a number of stones one of their conjuring tricks I sistance. She thought of her Jour small

awoke to the fact that I was beggar I night tainly.O"And from some unseen assailants were sud answered the engineer, "and was' pretty
3 1 irresistibly impelled to approachthe children at home ,alone with no one
-" -- ,
said with a little bitter laugh. "I Lave 1 singer bnt Mrs. Hargreave motionedme naturally, you expect Miss Har denly thrown with great force at one of well worked. I've seen stranger things t
them them
Bonsai, of Baltimore, well tovorkfor my living, that is all. ,You back, laying a finger on her lps. Did greave to be an heiress?" the natives who had strayed beyond the than that. We had best get out of this give their supper or put .fa

known to American newspaper man, is, Bee now" Low my casa, resembles she mean to enjoin silence? fear, "Pardon me, Mrs Hargeave. I will be limits of the camp, hitting him on the at once 1" bed, but the one duty that stared her in

declares the New York Sun the yours- however, that I should break the spell by peifectly frank wih ) Hearng that head and rendering him insensible for off the blocks beforea the face was to protect that money. She
to-day, "You, a beggar-I, 0 servant! She repeated speech. I stood simply entranced ith Mr. Hargreave rich, it have We were hardly sat down upon the box" and quietlj

hero of the British journalistic world, the word. twice, wondering and the bewitching strains, the complete been but natural for me to expect he had several minutes. The missiles came rock weighing at least: twenty pound waited for the hours to go by. .
dreamily, and added, smiling sadly, But child. Butit from thicket between us and the first and
and his name: is bracketed with those of abandon of the singer-my gaze riveted left his wealth to his only I crashed down through the tree tops At 1 o'clock in the morning she
strangers-stiangers has come to knowledge-no ruins of the town and after we had had been Ten heard
stil on the beautiful, glowing face that my mater fell where we siting.
Forbes and Stanley. He was in Morocco "Certainly not strangers,O I hastened to seemed all the while brimming over with how-that everything was lel to you. located the direction we fired a volley seconds earlier: would have re in the shuffling step of General
IY. "On tho )', I propose that we I understand rightly, Hargreavehas uled the corridor, and heard him open the
with commission frou ths cont'ar fun and and end to the dis
a roving mischit.As from our guns put an one death at least. As we made our way
commence our acquaintance from to-day the died however, not shilling; but that does not pre : door t his >room. She quietly slipped
United Press of New York and the Central on 1 new bsis-that of friendship. Let the harmony was broken by a sharp sudden V3ut my I loving her. As tomy own affairs turbance. The native servants were along I asked the engineer how such a 1 along the corridor, knocked at his door

News Agency of London! when Sir us bo the best of friend" cry from Mrs. Hargreave, who had I will tel vou'm as few words as possibl thrown into a state of great consterna- : rock could have been heaved into the air I and told him what she had found.

"IDJosiLll, Mr. Dudley." sunk back on her?chai and was pressingone all them." tion, believing and arguing that our I to fall with such exactness, but he could The General had the box taken tc his
; Charles Euan Smith and the members of "It 13 not impossible. And I did. When I had she offended the
hand to her ended presence Lad spirits keep. not explain. Instead of pushing to the and sent nome in his
the British Mission started out to negotiate Totally and utteily impossible. Is it "You are ill again, mother," said :Miss said: ing guard over the ruins, and but forMr. temple we now made our way to the room Sophie car-
S that I should explain reasons riage. The next when she returned
necessary my morning
i a treaty with the Saltaa ot Fez.: ? Can you not see for yousel that Hargreave"Never mind; going, dear.and bending It will pass over off her.," I hid"Thank heard you.something I will be of equally this candid Giant's threats the crowd would right to get out of the ruins, and sooa she found the General still keeping

Bonsai:! joined the caravan, and was: any approach to friendship your part gasped the lady, rising with apparent "Ah, from Dr. Gascoigne, then! He is have bolted and left us. were on the open plain."The : guard. That night he sent for her
will involve me in inextricable difficulties "Excuse Mr. whom I have of "I think I can see into this business, temple is our objective point, hand her
treated as a member of the niwlin, aai difficulty. me. Dudley, tho only man to spoken and in her appointmentpapers
? Even now I hare been imprudent she continued, with white face and trembling myself since coming to the North." he explained to u after the seivants had explained Mr. Grant, "and it's no usa pled, n for honesty, and for thirty

rapidly rose to the position of right-baud in talking with yon so long. Your messages lips. "I am subject to these at And you showed great discretion and quieted down. "These ruins have either pushing through these ruins to get there. she has earned and drawn her $50
sliill bo delivered sir-at once.O :
I Sir Charles. Th They are nothing; will considerable discernment of character, band of strikein.
man to confereac3 tck. George been taken possession of by 0 We'll go down opposite and then
And with that tho turned
awn I will return O friend of such per month
so. Mr. Dudley, in making a a "
with the! Sultan resulted: in a number of Standing where she left me, 1 watchedher tel yon then left the room through door man.O robber or there is a party here hunting Now look at that, will you? Fifty dollars was in this

t>he disappeared within the had entered it I have for treasure. In either case our presenceis About 100 feet away from us and another time she found 830-
box. At
! tragic incidents, all of which Bonsai: has untl by Lich her daughter "May I ask how long you yourself
described at in the hou raising the portiere for her as'she did so. been acquainted with Dr. Gascoigne?" inquired undesirable, and that demonstrationwas right in our course was a bushy-topped 000, for which, the testimony can be seen

length English news Poor little Edna! What :hard lot was My looks must have expressed concern, I, waiting with peculiar interestfor to drive u away. We'll trY to I II tree about thirty feet high. There was over General own handwrit

! papers. Negotiations were finally broken hers, and yet how bravely she Lad set for when I turned round Miss Hargreavosaid her reply. I make it a bad job for them, whoever only a light air stirring, and yet the top Spiner'i
off, and the mission started:: out on it:! about battfiug with the world! I ad- lightly, as she threw herself on a "I-I had a slight attack of illness a they are.I of the tree was waving to and fro a if ing. _ _ _
mired the plnck the spirit-of the and consulted him. In the
couch: few days ,
return to Tangier, but Bonsai, striking was f hitherto undiscovered gir.I "Don't bo alarmed, Mr. Dudley. I am course of conversation: I asked if he The explanation was a reasonable one, in a heavy gale. %We slowly advanced The Frontal Headaches.

; out for himself, rode across the desert -au added charm to a character whichonce quite used to mother's little atticks; they knew you. He said he did, and on my and when I asked the gentleman if a unt we stood at the foot of the tree. I Nine.tenth of the nervous headaches

I had thought the most beautiful, ore nothing! serious, really Only I catching making further inquiry he spoke of you ruin a old a.this ever yielded up treasure expected to see a native up there,. are over thebrw and they are-

with the news, keeping in the saddle I most lovable on earth. of the breath. Do pray sit down and in such high terms of commendation that he replied. : but nothing was in sight., _While _we situate by laagour and chilliness.If .

eighteen hours a day and beating the AL, Edna! Why could :you not return allow me to thank you for getting me that -that-" "Bless you, yes! It has been my luck stood there the tree continued its antics, the headache continue and heavy
the love I offered in those happy day. of the will. I was almost mad on She in evident embarrassment.It dul
you paused
t caravan by nearly a week. From 1' copy to be 'in' on two jobs a old a this. and none of u were sharp enough t for length of time patient has a
: <\:1-: ] at Goldhurst! No woman will over be tome first reading it, as you may suppose.O became my duty, obviously, to assist any ,
what other to let haveit with If a tribal_ war depopulated this town, solve the mystery. distaste for food becomes nauseous and
gier ho cablet the dispatches which you wore then. To no canI "I hardly knew whether you Almost beside m"sel happiness ,
.5 : pour out my Learl's best love, for yon or not, Mis Hargreave, fearing you I did so thus: then more or less treasure was hidden "It's just 3 trick to scare us off," said with a general feeling of uncomfortable

; electrified Great Britain, and on his arrival Lad it all-nil-:and scorned it! would le so terribly disappoinied." "In fne having heard so much in my away because it could not be carried off. Mr. Grant, "and we'l see more of them ness. To cure such a heah rapidly

in London he was summoned to ths I continued to pace moodily) up and "It las a disappointment-a cruel blowat favor not regard my case as altogether If a plague appeared, then those who before we're througl. How they do and quietly two potassic
down the gravel path until the stars appeared first. But now it does not seem to hopeless?" of I to but grains;
saving these
S Foreign Office for conference with Lord hurried away thought only things cu't pretend say, salt should be dissolved in a wine glass
anti a bitter eat wind suggested concern me in the least that mother has Here I mast remark that never once
Salisbury., Besides being feted on all a return iudoois. Then, dad not until all the property that should by rights be while making her explanation did Mrs. their lives, and took little or nothing they are done for effect and would of water. When it is dissolved sip the
then when feel I have She sat with her with them. Somewhere in or about frighten a native out of his senses. We mixture taking the whole dose
sides Bonsai: fired his the keen air m-ule me shiver mine; for I gained somethingthat Hargreave look at me. &owly.
was at "
on way to did I recollect the evening's outweighs it far in alne." Here eyes fixed on the carpet,her hands folded !. that temple we are pretty sure of findinga must push along and not mind them. in about minute. The iodide: acts

Fez, and promptly made a representation My thoughts Lad carried letoo mgngement faraway. she leaned forward very near to me, with together on her lap. Occasionally she plant worth picking up." I Opposite the ruins of the temple we. immediately, and in half a hour after

L to the Sultan on his arrival. Compensation I went to my loom, dressed myself hands clasped on Lei knees." came to a dead stop and sometimes her He was still talking when queer lights entered the thicket again, ,Mr. Grant the medicine has been taken th unpleasant
with considerable and, when the "What have you gained? I asked. voice sank very low and the shrub- the in Indian
to the amount of $5000 tare- trembled appeared at intervals among leading, and rest following symptoms will have disappeared.The .
was offeredto appointed time h-.d come knocked at the "You!" she answered; then sat quite [TO'BE COYTUUE. bery, and strange, wild cries'were file.! We bad not advanced a hundredfeet dose can be repeated in the small
him but this and silent with drooped eyes.
declined and then"the door of Xo. 2it.!
stU for fortune I heard from the ruins. The natives when we beard sobs and moans from later if the headache
i notr-
Sultan "Come in, said a oics.I very poor I Begging. amcng
wrote him
please \
a touchin letter euteied. fear." I'said, with all the calmness! I fell dow covered their heads both bide of us, and one would have lieved. These mall doses appear

,i/' _r3nf: apology, asking him to excuse his un- The walls were draped with rich tape?.S could command."No "My this poor man dark,why place are?you" beggingin with cloths, to frightened to even cry sworn that a dozn women trere wandering .- more effective thn'lrgr.ones,-and one

I .lvliized children and try. Oriental rugs .covered the for; no. indeed. I is more to me than lonely, Commissioner calmly con about in distress. The sounds should not ',them oa' account
praying him to dream of.S ashamed to beg anywhere else, outbuthe lo f&i
mado tho c n think- you ever ;
plants and flowers atmosphere JOU "Im quite close to us, but'yet. we of the dose until
S ; appeared the'siunllripor
'ept a jeweled sword of honor. dreadful life I lead- tued
Do Vou of"et'the
This erfuze.Mi"
> heavy with their j ?I have .been wondering how it could not detect,the'reece of a human they have been fjBr testedYa ., $f
ws accepted. ,Bonsai's Ilargrc-ave at in a low easy chair so lonely, desol'te-I prisoner, dragged "And you help .
: portrait appears ? But oh! thE want about that such treasures were left being. All of sudden. as ,we contin ai ,.jt. .> 'i- .
from came _
before a l/Tj/.iiiq fiic. She. looked thin, about place place "Yes, sir; dolar or two, i you 1 Ble .5 1' '& 1 :
in the illustrated papers, his biography frag.lo: awl scuicwti t peetiuh as she rose, ,wonder the mnrvel, that mother allows, please. -1 am very ,'sir. undisturbed 8 long. Here' is the explanation ued to push ahead, the thicket ,echoed > -, : "-':'-'; 1

, ,has been'l published, and he is one of the to le eive me. "J his i!very &ooil of you, me to be acquainted with yon! I can not got in the world is poor'th revolver, ai Iv I at hand: Such survivors a such screams and shnieksthatmy knee Divine.. &f .::1;bel&: ':,etea k ;a

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: 't ".. BRADFORD COUNTY '. THE PLOT'THICKENS. Two New Industries. \ Election Kotice.'WHEREAS DRUG 0011

: / Political rascality: cms to knowo Chicago, t that modern arcana.of unheard -1I The legislature of MW under the STARKE

q OYA of the state of flouidtt did
,- bounds, as illustrated by this so- and uo realDetl-tf business ventures j constitution resolution 1885 proposing amendment 1
:; -PUBLISHED WEKKLY AT- alled pass a Joint I
: STkUKE.BRADFOWCOUr.TY FLOKIPA People's party. Mann and lias lately travailed and brought to the constitution of the state ot Florida Office.
of three Pest ]
Baskin have And the samo was agreed to by a.rote ,[Next to
: I.C.-WEBB. proclaimed, wherever forth I two new vocations, both of which, I{ fifths of the members elected to each touso, that .

-. S.- Editor and Publisher. hey have gone in this canvass, that i if successful enough to pcrpctuale themselves I I the their vote respective on said joint Vttot7ftS. yeas and upon

t hey are democrats, and sticking to bring untold blessings to man navs thereon and they iil; determine and direct
,- ; .: ; IUJII8CnlPTION $1.00 A YEAH. he, simon-pure principles of the I that the saM joint resolution be submitted to the hAVE A FULL. LINE OF
kind. The fiist is electors of the State at the general election to beheld

democratic party, and have thus in each county in FloriJa.
ft Entered Acfrdiog tit Aft Co' TIIK "wOJmm / succeeiiin the first Monday in
of "fl'l'II1/ ought to deceive honest into On Tuesday.next -
; thePontOffi&arke. tla., n* ticrandTICKKT. men The late Jeff Davis was credited with October. 1S92, -
heir the said Tuesday b inz the 4th dayofthesauti
; c cj&u* Jlatter. support. saying that one reason for the popularityof O ctoh'.. The said joint resolution reads as fol- Fresh Dr-o..gs3
Here is :i letter from Harvey
the Catholic U the confessional ::
ihairman of the State Executive ARTICLE I. .
: .IR where persons with hidden troubles may' Section 2 of Article X of the constitution' is Toilet .,. el
".4" ommitlee of the People's party, hereby amended so as to read as follows: -The
::: : For Prcsedenl : ddrcssed give vent to their grief and to that extent, AKU4 1 exemption provided for in Section 1 of Article X
the Suwannceiver
a to
a man on
to the
of Florida
T <' at least find ichef. The "worrier" of the constitution
entitled to
't"t. by mistake doubtless which widow and descendants ol the party
s > he himself bus also! such in the following: pror..orti.m."fz. JUST KECEIVEI FRESH
: styles probably recognized exemption
; For Vicc-PrrsMcnt
; ,... ; : lame is \vithhcld for the present, One-half thereof to the widow, if there be

:' :'. A. K. STEVENSON. nit whose i identity can be estab- the need of some one to "ministerto pwL a widow, and the reniammsr half their to
the child or children and hi1 or
? J ished i if The A mind diseased" and to "pluck from latter taking the interest their
;' : Presidential Electors: necessary. followings descendants the
: the memory a rooted! sorrow" and accordingly Absolutely Pure. parent orparents would takeifalire. If there GARDEN SEEDSIN
thc letter
; : : T. M. SHACKELFORD.B. a copy : be no child, children or descendants then the
i he has; dented an office and hung out: widow there w
shall inure to the \\ >
B. BLACKWELL, STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE| A cream of tarter baking pow-ler highest of exemption this article. If
4 of
in Section
.- ) a sign. i-Yoci former giiefs and worries U. oS Government I no will,as provided
PEOPLE'S PARTY OF.FLORIDA all in It-avcning strength.-Lated
shall Inure
? A, E. MAXWELL } there be no widow then the exemption BULK.:
l UEADQUAIITEIIS JACKSONVILLE FLA. f his his face has bccoi.it Food Report. of the entitled thereto
f o own as long san I to the descendants party *
: : W.'N. THOMSON. 1B92. J ROYAL BAKING POWDER Co.. IfeS Wall St., X. Y. .and sucn exemptions &hallapply to all dents
August, army: mule's; ]lie receives people having : : except. as specified in Section 1 of said article."

,;::7' : For Congressman Second Districl: To-. all kind of worries; he lets out ?tames Stricken from Registration Vow therefore notice of such determinations who has hail years' '
Ih1 pour n. JOINER twenty experience
CIIAHLES M. COOPER. Sin-I want the name and i hereby given. with the following instructions: ;)
411. jostollice address of a first-clacs-iuun in : their grievances; to thur hearts' contcnt;; List. Any elector desiriaff to vote at such election
: For Governor 1ST of stricken from tIle registration in favor of the said amenilment ohall have \vi all Prescriptions, day and night.STORE ;;
: very precinct in your county that wean lie cries with them cheers I them up and T names ten or printed on the same ballot on which the
books of Bradford county bjthe County
IIENUY L. MITCHELL. c: have appointed by the United States finds remedies. In his office hangs a list Commissioners of said county September 5th, names of tha person or persons voted for for any SUNDAY 1.30 TO 3.30 ;
Court supervisor of election in No vernier. 181-2: oflice or offices at said election are written or OPEN PTRUff .

: For Justice Supreme Court: b You must give me the names of. of charges for tho more common services- DISTRICT NO. 1-LAWTEY.Bailey. printed, and on the same side the thereof words"For as such theAmendment. '-

;( Jl. FENWICK TAYLOR. good men-men of nerve men of judgment -i I His largest practice is In mother-in-law] CUrles II Gran t, Charles A names are written" and or any printed elector desiring to vote

-and they must be respectable. and thc he can make a mother hlackburn, L 1) Lewis M CJlorr. i npainbt said amendment shall have written or
:h- For Secretary of Stale' : Don't f/Lillo attend ta this promptly, be.1 cuss i in-law take way into a Blackburn. F P JosephMiiMieton printed on such ballot on the side thereof above
again grace wayward STERNBURG & 'C"
ndlll nt"
I Bu-lmell. F : Frank prescribed the) words "Against the A mt C!
: :.,1. JOHN L. CRAWFORD. e:itt the coin will be calling on me for and tiiflinir., hut repentant sou-in-Iaw.) is Barber J W McMillan. Thomas The votes cast on this question shall be canvassed !

.hem before long and I must lla"IL list I said to be sublime. For this he chances Cox, Gt"Ol'ltelev..I.. J H and declaration and return thereof shall be ,

: For Attorncy-Gciicial: 'nil and complete. Be sure *nd give me : ?Disappointed candidates are let oil I'oopw Thomas I.Drof.shagen. S'liitli.J C made by the inspectors and by the county can ,1

<. :,: : : WILLIAM B. LAMAR. 11 name from every precinct. i f for 23.cents, as they arc easily consokxlJjy wards. Kit. CustaxeEl 'Trowbridge ouoya1ter, AthensV vassing the same board manner, and by and the at state the times canvassing as votes boardIn cast .

Very truly yours I being loin that the "bosses" exerted theirinfluence GilHarJ. Lawrence \li:1m! <, Harris for persons for offices at said election are required
F ; For Comptroller: S. S. HAUVEY.Ch.iiiman i a<;:iinsl them because sahlbosse 'CilpIn.WR by law to be canvassed.declared and returned :

4: ;. : :: : WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM. : State Executive Committee II were afraid they could not rule them etc. DISTRICT XO. 2-LAKB BUTLER. requiring Th-j attention them to of cause the sheriffs a notice is called of the to said the election law- Wholesale and! Retail Dealers

',,' : People's Party. and advices them to try again. Anthony, R II HarrK N P to published In a newspaperprinted iu the
,c For Treasurer: I,. Byrd, Silas Henry. W II the and if
S.-Let me know what your folks I county. there be a paper in county; V* .
s4 i *. CLARENCE B. COLLINS. arc all doing down there in the way ot an I TiE COMPANY. Bradley. Amos :IcRay, II 31 shall there cause be no at paper least published five copies in of the this county notice tone they 1 c sstlple

,' ** .. irganizaliou. Getl. cunty executive Bloom, H. Kuler, I posted in the most public places in the county. General Merchandise
t For Superintendent Pub'ic Instruction ommillee and give me their names. i is the name of a concern which claims Berry, 15 B Kjpp Enoch IX TESTIMONY WHEEEOF have hel' Ul'to tSTARKE
l brim forth clouds and rain Davit, K L -'t\ll's. J II ,
S:art kind ability to : on set my band and havs hereunto attlxed Ito C
W. N. SI1E.\T8. an orgiuiiz.itIon; ; get in some FrencJi. Smith 31: V
; : George the
seal of Florida at Tallahassf
E. short notice. A compound. the conUntsof great
if shape, so that we can get to work with Fonts Henry .Smith. J S ;""
: capital this s.2d: day of June, A. D. 1SUJ.JOHX FLORID '
: For Commissioner of Agriculture: y ou and help out in that count}'. Let me : which is a secret, is put in a frhell with L (Uainey B Fh"ppartl. I) W JGroviiur. L CRAWFORD

't -. LJJC1US B. WOMB WELL. bear from you. II. an explosive, a ,time luse attached and D C Pil.iV.: K MTillis. P. S. 'n .:w". Secretary of StateShei -
,-* Glover, T C John
4- *r- the bomb shot heavenward and exploded. ill'of UraJfort c.OUIlf!. and Fancy

:: For State Senator. 15th District: This letter was evidently ad- A few shots will create 1 cloud and t hCI DISTRICT NO. 3-PALSlTISE.Hadsock. July_1.: lb)2-n!) Groceries

M. L. McKINNEY. .Ircssed to a man supposed to be in rain. The company; is becoming quitegenerally R J Jonc J G J Any concelvablearticle.
L Jones. J. II 1:tea MM It I. Notice of lection.
sympathy with the People's party, employed in the west where \Villianu. P E
For House of TO all and sin IIJ.u' the SU.ji itf- of the several]
-. the Representatives: when the is parched( and the a
crops Provender
ground kind of
harvey was simply mistaken DISTRICT NO.EdcnfiPW. -PROVIDTXCE.Liddon. counties or tLc Suite of Flnri.Ia: Any
; J. L. GASKINS and E. P. WARD. about the political affiliation of the I are at lha people seem / believe: DavM A 0 KNOU- YE. that I, JOhN L. CRAWFORD,, Feed Har
I ; more in a bogus ruin company tlnn: in I Gay. J V Lid.L.n 31 HHadsock. Secretary 01 State for tint SUifts of Florida, do for Live Stock.
: : No man can be elected to office in man he addressed, and Lis missionary praj'ers. The company; brings rain; the It M McLean., IVtorrti'Kou. h I'ehJ.l'notice that a/

;! .i : Bradford county who refuses to epistle fell into the hands o. a'' skeptics fay it would fall any way. hue I H.iiTisnu.!otigiatn.VIIII.ua J E Jr (Mon, .FtttTRussell. A C will lie heM: iii liEXEUAh;each/ i-i'untriatiit-htiito ELECTION of rii>rilj,

-- -" join a democratic dub.) d lemocrat and so the dirty trick is i its employi-rs( pay the charges. cheerfully, Hopkins Julia J 0'1 Tiu"-day ni'Xtsm.vi-eijJixih'' First llon-l-iv in Dry Goods Millinery J
; : just the frame. As no way' is yet devised Hicks AHadsock. Smith. J YThomas. Xovemlwr. A. I:. 1VU.: thesaM Tu--Slav being the I
exposed. If there ever was .
any rain within R JJohnson. Awn EIGHTH HAY OK NOVEMBER, .. .
the certain thelawyers
to keep '
If never have voted a Rplittiaket'in 1 area; \V J Thomas. A ATinner. For4. four PreSiiltnti.il Ulest'ira. .
you doubt that it the intention of
was lt l of Florida; should combine to get Johnson. F .1 R A For one Rt pi'ev.Mitatiyeof tKe.Fir-t cc.ni'e."ion1district And Furnishing Goods, all styles, sizes and ;
: your life, don't do it now. the People's party to turn the state t the company; to start a branch here. ,lf I LUVion. G T \. l1ians. B M of Honda! in the 3J congrtsi of ilie Clothing

c: Jf you do you will always regret it. over into the hands of the tepubli- ole farmer for instance, wanted a 1 wn- Willis i ..as. Jack Fur United one Representative States. thu Second Call and satisfy yourself. .

there be i inch rainfall to flood] his rice field, his m DISTHICT NO. 5-PINE IIILL, uitriet! of.t.>ri.lt in the C31 t co.g"cs"lof congressional
can patty can no questionof
: The straight) ticket will wi', and neighbois would be very apt, by that Blount. J P Hikes. B GStrickland.. the United St-ties. For Farmers. Builders. Phosphate Mineral |
that fact now for under the Filwar.ts.Villk A 0 IX TESTIMONY I I la\e Ii. Hardware
; time fodder WIICRKOF. jvuno
to pull or harvest tobacco, .r
; who decline it will Lawrence -Jllil W 31TWnl.
g4 iJioge 3IcKlnnev.
; support the
set \.atllllll atnxetl Great Kenl]
l ight of Harvey's letter it appears and their slutf the result of my also Stores Utensil
the of their get damaged, Phillips. Heiny A J R SEAL) of the State (I' 1i'lorit1&t Ta.ihasfe!: Ranges. Cooking i. .
I ;:. om day pee folly way. that the judge of the United States which would be suits for damage.liEPOKTER.. Shaw.V A Yarborough. J W the c1ll'ita I, this the I5th day of August,, '01. "
-: Sikes. Richard S Yarborough. T J J. IK--: To suit taste and
A. ?uy any pocket.. Abetl
court is acting in conjunction with Smie! ,. A A Yarborough. N G '
; Florida's world's fair building i is I .TOJIX L. nu". Form. Furniture .
this and = Smiley. .11 Yarborou'i.! G W Aug. 2U!!!, IS 2. !SVcretary of otte.. *
.p--- In course of erection, and will be finished People's party, although State of Ohio City of Toledo, [ ss. ikcJ J B YI\U 1. J I -. .-- .---- ----" kISf other House Furnishing Goodft. .

; kL i with the other state build Mann and Uaskin may bray about Lucas (County. j DISTRITT NO. 0-STAEKE. Notice ot Election. -,
being democrats, no one will be silly Frank J. Chenoy makes oath tint he, Adams. Geo W M"OB. U flMcKinnon.
: % ings. __ 'i i.the senior pirtiTer of the linn of F. J. Adams. John Q Thos J TO the Sheriff of Br.nSfdril: co unt,". State of
enough to the judge of the Florida:
suspect : Albeit. PrinceAdams. NewingliA'ii. DanielOwens.
Chele.v"Co., doing bu.-sine.ss in the dty J WAlarez. Owen Sr KOWVEtiuatIJO1X 1. CPAVrFORD( Secivtary REST GOODS lOWEST PRICES
United Status Circuit of Flor-
i is At the rate the third' party men court (county :1.1 stale afoiesaid, D L ] urdy..1 0ALb"rt. of Stale for tit, tt.c:t of i t'lvriJa.do ; : .

p" a;*. are coming back to the democratic i ida..to be in complicity with any and that aid Jinn will I I | mv the .Mini of KobeitArcistroiis. P.aker.J II hereby aive noJu-e I tli u.it aaeuieaiI j .

: party, t.1et., p. will not be in it this scheme to secure the election of and ONK l every I IIUNDUKD fise I of DOLL.YU.S: that cannot for each be Bow en. H C. Thomas Singleton.i'tin.s
(atan'I 0:1 TH.- 'IIt.\ n.xt H'-JCIHt'li.u! the! first
ilemocrats ofh'ito for the Howt'n. Jot J t'itt.Vi1iuiii
b ,, year. _ to : purpose cured the U't Catarih Cine.FUANK i Brvan. A B btriuli. William ?Io.i.'a: r in OClo11.. l-'l: ,the
.L of: carrying out democratic principles. J. C1IKXKY.Sworn : Bihlcn.om/ : II -a'atjts.: .J FBroiih. sai'tTues I lav lieintr tl.i'

: It is a fact that the third party men It does not the of aid: !suliMTil'O 1 to I before me in:I J:.s T 'fllum: Berry. FOURTH DAY 'or Pl rOm.n,
t help \people
mv this (litli! of December Coo -r. C X Yiudt'llt.'e For a Governor of the state of Florid
:; in this county do not wish to be the state for Mann and Uaskin; to bolemocfats [SKAL 1'e.Hlt'e.] A. HSfl.A. ( day Iarbv., Jo'in Wall.: U I) i.r Tor one Justice of h'tipretn Court, of FlorMa.For .

associated with such men as Baskin f J'II. 1It" t,.. Wills.: J e! a Secretary of /itar c tiC theitateof Floilihi.For SADDLE C
: if be \ i,
( to used ( Public HORSES.1.
they are as: KAsox, Notary Edwards Ferniford Jr Wyniau. (! E an \ltol'IIl'y.Gl'n..rnl of the state>jt FloriJa.
': Mann & Co. What state of affair tools by the republican pal.ty.lcn I I alls Catarrh 1 'u 10 in taken internallyand ITOZM. Harry Walker. II S For a (Comptroller the state of Florida. .
-! For a Treasurer of th state of Florida. .
I Ihe Mood
;: is this.! of Florida! ''Democrats of Bradford!! Il.t$ > ,lreclv Cj' Lhe on system. all Send mucous fortestimonials. DIVTttJCT :.'0. 7aHMPTON.Bair. FOI' n Superintendent of Public Instruction of the For Ladies' and Gentlemen'sTEAMING
P .
S Taliaferro. U P state of Florida.ForaCoiiiniis.iot.er Ridthgan1
i ( :The nearer election, the less we can'you support) this People's pall I'reo. Sold by all druggistsToo. l Murrhco. Ft anew Ve.-it. It B Agriculture for the state ...
F. J. CHUNKY Co. ToKdO.. .
or man tair.led by connection & The saM Board of of Florida. .
4 of the third The any I County Commissioners will;
|hear party. For Senator for nth senatorial
people .. a district.
--- convene at the court house in Starkc on Sjp-
i are finding it out. They! were with it in any shape, when you see < tem .r 17th, I;'!!, for the purpose of ivbtoiinj* Fortwomelllbcl'so1' the House of Repiesentatiies. ,<
-' .-4 depeived into it, and: are not slow in what a dark conspiracy has been entered any been, of erased the to foregoing lt\v iejistiation;names that books may i>f have said For a County. Judge. OF ANY KIND. GO ;Ta

into by it for the overthrow ofyour For a (ierkofthc/ Circuit Court.
leaving. For Placing Prof. G. P. YoungSnpelintCHlcl.t county upon the application of any voter who "7J.
: : has been so erased V.". T. \VCEKS. For a Sheriff,
political rights? *
f -- of Schools. Clerk of the Circuit Court and Clerk! and Auditor For a Tax Assessor. J. W. Alvarez & CO.'s Stables.
-r'; L'-- Tlp} other fellows are not in it for Board o* O TilE FORCE BILL. We need a change. Professor Youngis : Bradford County lori,ii. a County Treasurer.
time. Bradford will remain
i** The leaders of the l'eoplc'saffect a man of and indus Sep. 9. ]Si!!2t County Superintendent of Public Instruc- Fine Horses and Saddles.
.: : solid, and McKinnpy, Gaskins and party cucigy _._ tion. Carriages Expert Drirers. DIIW$
to believe that the force bill I I tiious habits, and Knows n. such word For a County Surveyor.
> as:
Animals and
: : Ward will represent her in the legislative Election Im'lH'\turs. For a Jiibtii-eof tho Peace in and for the following Vehicles for any: kind of-Hauling.iOOl .
balls. is a dead issue, and seek to ignore it: fail lie is of the highest type of moral Justice lJj trids."iz:
1ST of the of Ihe X ( ) STABLING AND FEED }'on YOUR HORSES.V
.* ,, i in this canvass. The COIrSe} of these i-haructer and is i ( ii.thiltih in I names persons appointed tot.erve .o. One,
every WIlYtl 4 at Inspectoi of t IK-Stats and County Two
i'l l leaders in reference to the force bill 1 flihis position vii I .IO' lo himself election in Bradford county. to bo held oj October U Three CHARGES. PROMPT: ATTEXDA CE.

: county a good deal lately, say that i is about as sensible as the conduct i is due!!c glo. to the county. DISTRICT 4th 1832: Inspec'ors: Thos .1 Bnrrin. .U Five Four, STABLES OPPOSITE BIGHT'S CARRIAGE FACTORY STABKE f

the third party isi J losing ground and of an ostrich, whose habit in the Something fo his many and I J P McCuley, Lewis Futch. (1'1'1: E U IIJilJ Six, .
coiitinue'.l 1 benefits th "
to people! brought DISTRICT No. Ii.spectors: Wm EpperCler Seven,
.. ; '- that the ticket will be elected face of its is to stick its headin L Geo E John "
regular enemy "!IHI by him ami made app irene to alls I son Kelly E Dekle. >: W Eight,

by a large majority the sand, and then imagine it. i often under the most unflvorble cireum- II DISTRICT EJ wards.Xo.Jr.a-InspectorW 0 (',:son. J "" Ten Nine, FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSUL&R RAILWKl

.B free of all danger; thus it i is with stance, nlve i believe, if placed at rh cIiet.h E Townsend J L Ward. Clcik: G W .Alder Elevon.

: Pvery voter in the county should the leaders of this People's party- of eduicti ion, would do Ins i best to man.DISTRICT Xo. For a Constable in and for the following Justice j1'I.JtID1'fItU) \ I KLINE. SHORT INK
Inspectors: C C OJoin. V\ Uktricts viz:
\ turn out on. October 4th and cast a i l let the force bill be suggested, and I our educational forces gently alI O Clyatt, Jol-n C. Ward. Clerk: A II Wil Xo, One, I To all points in South Middle null West Florida Mobile, New Orleans I nd the South
MirJy, alotK' i in tl channels of success, liams. Two, Direct connections to all points Northwest andNortbeast. Elegant new coacbe,*.'!,
solid ticket for good government they cry out it is A "dead issue," and I and isapjic tht'l ', the ilk\-t! and hih- DISTRICT Xo. Inspectors: Thorn' Godwin Three, Route from Tampa to Cincinnati without change of bleeper.. ...,

J' and reform, from Mitchell down to assume an air of feigned sincerity I est efforts of life for thu mo,l.genuial anilthorough 1 S York., TP Register, J L Vamadore. Clerk: A "" Four.Five TIMK Monticello CARL t III effect andThomnsville.June 12, 1892. ,"

? your district constable.Republican from all danger of the evils of lhit; I eilucatimi, and cieValill of the: DISTRICT No. Inspectors: X D Wainwrisht. ., Six. 3 I 7 iSOUTULKX UIV'N.I S i 4 10 I it |IEITEEN LIV'N-I 1--i
i- -. i minds all hearts of our l.id.: J C Richard T A Knight. Clerk: It C iTeven.IX .
5 30 10
iniquitous measure, as if a mere Hfibeiyer. TESTIMONY p 10 a Lv Fernandina Ar 350p 04r a 7 10 p 7 00 a. Lv Jacksonville Ar SlOp1
District_ Judge Strip. CITIZEN. WHEREOF. I have TlSlU-saLv Callahan Ar 23-p Ma. 840p 735 aLv Baldwin Lv >l
to J II L. S hereunto
speculatIOn was suilicicnt insure 10In'p"dl"l's 3Ioore. Eli [ ]] set my hand and affixed the 8 40 15 Lv
a Jacksonville
Ar 2 30 KM: 11 35
-, : ling proposes to appoint the govern Hick 31 R Beasley. Cleric: Ovid Haynes. jreflt Seal ot the State of Florida,at Tal- 9:35 p 111i9p Lv Baldwin p a a 8KaAr lake City LvJWplJI241a
; safety.It Lv 14.p 5 13 a lUnAr Live Oak Lv
ment favor with the A oador.tiIi ;;:! t 11>, 1$::12. lah: vsee, the Capital, this the 9th day of lll'p !17pAr Starke Lvll47a131 54Dp.ll' -_ ,
inspectors III a aArSuwanne'eSpgsLv1224a ,- -
is a historical fact that the ('O its first Klcctric July, A. D.iaitt.
at 22JpAr Hawthorne
: itlIIIetiol Lvll.'Du :3SJa 2Hal040aAr Madison LV.IIp" -; third party What has the thirdiiarty l last: session; of the Fifty-first. C.III Hitters has srnineil lphl.in: pnpnlirlavor : fly IT to IS A DUTY yon owe yourself and fam. P. S. CRKWP, JOHN L. CRAWFORD. I0ta) 251pAr Citra LvllOla I 2 44 a 4 30 a 11 Si p Ar Monticello Lv I 2U p.4
ct tile best value Secretary of State.
: rz; promised in rcturn for this iiiuil now i it: i ( .\ il I the t lo t: favor? gress, only two years ago, the re j>iie! io'ul iciuiul; tonivs :t nd altera \v. L. Douglas Shoes, which repreaent the ;,]8 2. 214n .34tpAr Ocala Lvl014a 1 411815 a 343pAr Quincy LT 12 47 ll
great bent valoe for prices asked, as thousands IlLS pAr Ilomosassa Ly 7(.001300 a 410.)Ar River Jut ctlonLvlZMjlJIUWplKOpAr
I publican party: in the lower house of 1. 1 I-e'i-t'tuLi! ;ng nothing v liiHi JCllis Will testify 5 00 a SlJpAr Leesburjc Lv 8 42 al030p Pensacola Lv 8U-1 _

Who' cotton two Congress passed: a force bill, whichwas its u.o n";t'cVt'rle: or iltoxi .. i insllteln'st ireeoguizcd CTTAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Notice. 5 45 a10 par Tavares Lv 814 a 910p SOOftAr Mobile Lv l9., got
your years suit! purest 8 09 a 0 313 pAr ApopkaOrlando Lv 12.il1 6 3(5( p New Orleans,LTs.*?.
> *. ago? Arc you going to vote for called A Congressional election ine fur all ailtneiUs stomach, 'Iitr luet1e.:ll i IX Circuit CIRCUIT of COURT FOURTH JUDICIAL !9ija: 7WpAr Lv" (1M) a Slop HOOaAr) St.Louis Lr445pAr ,140.>

Mann; to represent your interests l law, that, if it had become a law, kidneys. I' ill I cure s'u-k hlulaehE in- Florida In rhaiuvry.Bradford County. 3 5 SO 15 a a 445pLv CISpAr6KOa WiMwoodDadeCity LT Lv 9 731(r al280p Chicago Lv I. ,

f would have the South of I iI'slol. cou1stij1atiuiILIti drive I i nial.i- The Land Mortgage Bank of) n 1030 p l"EH A :I A AND Cmt8ERLA1
depiived t 719pAr Plant
; puw? If can't trust him with I < l CIty LT 6 SO a 91ip--
4 you I
: Florida. Limited. I
.stein. Satisfaction 7
4c free elections and fJ'OJ guuurautt'od I SO a 820pAr TampaWaldo LT 5 HO a 8 10 p __ I tiQ I : -
4_ : ; your money can you trust your in- placed the country wit h oich bOttle or the money vs. Foreclosure 2 .llt\ Ar Lvll4-n 41.p 9ronJ.v JacksbuvUIe Ar II lip i___
with in the hands of the will bo refini'led. 1'rii-e SO S. Francis Gardiner.. O. J- of '-.TS p Ar Gainesville J.v
It'retits him? republican i only o* uts a Jaques ned Paulire 111z.5&lp111Ca Ar Ffniandiua LT 1lO! f
lrort )-.0
bottlo. sold bvSta-kc lrng Co. 2 I ge. pAr C\larKty Lv iOOI530pAr Brunswick LT8C.1 1I ',
: '- l party for all time to come; the : ., -\\I-.t.." 1." Jaques. --- ,

'.;. The third party leaders in Bradford effect of which would have: been to Joe Denies' -It.- 1 ;t q i -. :. T J Eaiiy rrl'l.in Lir.1: on and southern Eagle N division:lame leave leave Archer dailj-'except Sunday.s'. 3:40: p m. for', _
being made to : Eagle mine
the affidavit daily for AJinicrire'Iiate
: appear by of J. except Sunday at 4:30 a.m. _
p county arc rattled. They have have placed the South in as servile a Mister Edctcr, '1'i r Xf'-:"'\'" ,. .J 1 I.. Frazee, complainant's solicitor, that the also (rloint'J Train leaves Oviedo and Winter. Park daily except Sunday. -LecVMOBJI
I at last run a 1 Their fol- the above named defendants. F. 0. JlIqups and Pau. ilaily, \t 8 act a m: Winter Park at 8 37 a arriving at Orlando 9 sin leaves Orlando toft*)
up stump. position to United States l'I1l\1'matCtl,1 I -,' m, ;
-- government Deer !Sur. As it has bin ''--'swg ...' line Jaques are non-resident- of the State of p i arnv n R Winter Park 5 23 pm;Oviedo 6p m. -,' .w

:L I :, )low.n are losing confidence and are as England ever held Ireland cuningly malUhu&ly mound threw "'' !aY. ., Florida and that they are each over the age of and New Pullman sleepers for Cincinnati and Tampa and Jacksonville J

and de ,.... ., twenty-one yearsand that their place of residence Orlcans.:0
i deserting coming back to the but this
; great calamity:: was .v is in Trains; 00 the Fernaudinn and
Ciiiuitie dal I am a caml/d-i'c( ; for high : c' city of Pi-ovid-nce. State of Rhode Cumberland route leave Jacksonville and FcrnawBMH
: old democratic party. averted in the the undo It is therefore ordered that the except undav. Connects at Fernandina for Dungenness *
f senate Ly demo runsl-ihlc! fur dis countie > ..,, ., above Brunswick forming the Cumberland Island,Jekyll ______
subject 'two deCill <' 'f'. <'< named defendants I"0.. Jaques and Pauline imberland route, and making/ connections lor Macon.Atlanta I
cratic party and a-few conservativerepublicans. of de thiule Vfu Jaques be, and and nO\l1a lOud northern and western point. S. _
McKinney Gaskins andVartl I : partic. and( dnt I am 't thy each of them are hereby I nday train leaves Jacksonville 8 40 acSnlS m.mafcwC
It is in lu ,\ required to plead.answer or demur to the Dill of Leaves Yl'rnl\ndlul\ p 10. arrives SnckOnville PuIImaa
: .1 historical (fact: \vorkin' ( interest of Mistt-r! ":I kjlJ! to II 15p m. ..
.. ;i will represent Bradford county in t itf z t"ii''fJ .) coinplaiK: filed i-> this cause on or }'l'rOI'ehe''t Atlanta and Atlanta Cincinnati and Nashville. 9}
and .Mister f :
i \
that President Harrison maun us am a respectful! ." Third For
the day ot Information
at next .. ,h V October A. I) 1892. see local
agent Ticket
the Bradford 'i- "" omce 8G W. _
has ) Bay coma BOg3n.DPt4
next street
legislature. .
and the
session of hard"Hl'kill' man, nnd a cam;uct-r lo m'.t or said bill will Le. taken as confe-sed against Hogan "treet JacksonVille
: the leputation of being a solid democratic Congress recommended, sustain.; I .ifiko this n c'lllollIh sta'eing' two t'.ipin.Itisfurtherordere.l: ;. S. PENNINGTON, Traffic Hanaffer.SUMMER. A.- 0 MacDonell'Gea. P. &t.--1f.1l: _

; ,;. county, an 3 she is not going in his message to Congress, the du public l lat U i> a diftpi.ilitied, and Deal D CLAS Uti published in the Bradford that ft copy County of this order

lose : passage of just suck a law. Its a promulgated falsehood i am not a caiul\* a weekly newspaper published TE.LEGIUPHI -
to this r
1 so good a reputation at
: historical -act- that the republican I date, Nelibi-r hah: bi:: and spec two as i 53 SHO csttfSBntai, next County Florida,ot,ce a week for thirty days RATES.THE ; .'
election. preceding the date above ,
:: -. _-_. party in the convention at Minneapolis am an Benjimiu c cverland (el1ocrlti THE BEST SHOE IN THE WOULD FOR THE HONEf. and ordered by me this 23d day mentioned.of August.Done 1893. :
i believe in lellm' tie! oliee seaK da maun A genalne sewed shoe, that will not rip,fine '-
: Those of who have which nominated calf, seamless smooth Inside llezible, W. T. WEEKS. GEORGIA SOUTHERN IfjSIparing
you strayed I President and not tic m.iiiii cic olce. Plese put dis fortable stylish and durable than any other more shoe com [IsEAL Ccrk! Circuit Court. AND FLORIDA'S. B. i.

- : from the good old democratic pal ty Harrison for re-election to the Presidency i- iu I yam papctr and oblige. gold at the price. Equals custom made shoes costing ever I hereby certify: I hat the above ha-a true and rates for the travol l ont. of Florida to all summer' '"_, _
nom.to e.- correct of the
,- and taken up with the Ba&kin, Mann rI of these United Stiles, made Rev JOE 11.\Ul.Y. CS/I and S3 Rand-sewed,fine calf shoes. The office. copy original now W.on T.file WEEKS I:.my, will shortly be placed on sale. .j\,

., ;1 & Co. partnership arrangement, will 1 this force bill measure one of the p. S. me and 'Mister maim shook] at'p,theprice.* most sttllsh..They equal easy and fine durable Imported shoes shoes ever costing sold Aug.[SEAL 213,1892.] Clerk Circuit Court. This line is the.shortest and fastest out of Florida." thiW,
handes du odder carrym_
dar and( dais III derc is in from es to$ IndlmaIl
L be welcomed back to the fold. planks of its plalform. Itis a historical i it J. O. ,CIO 5O Police Shoe,worn by farmers and all to all points west and northwest. Trains arrive' *;

-;.- Can\c\ back before you commit an fact that President Harrison, -_-.. 49 -- soled? ,a extension others who edge want shoe,a easy good to walls heavy in.calf and three will Commissioner's Sale. from union depot in Palatka] and Macon. Connection made'w Jt

: : .' error that you never can undo in his Idler of acceptance of that. The Report Untrue. keep CO the dO feet Fine dry Calf and warm.& .25 and 82. O Work By virtue of an order male by the JInn Wm. in Macon with the vestibule limited for the Carolinas Vifgini >*J
: : Don't vote a ticket that you arc: nomination sent out within a few STAKKK.: Jh.\. Sept. 5. 2892.It P*S.than infftnen's Shoes will give more wear for the ford F. Malphurs county judge 10 aodfor Brad. east, and with through sleeping car'lines for '
I money any other moie. They are made for ser. county State of Florida,dated August 23th. resorts in Tennessee:
4 ashamed of. lays past, still, advocates the same )has been stated: by s-ome'ine and so vice.have found The increasing this ont.RnuC1 sales chow that worfcimonea 1WJ, appointing: me tho undersigned coirmis- tuclcv and all points north and northwest.
sioiipr to sell the bet\\'e
4. -. measure under the soft name of a circulated, that Mr. E. E. Johns mistreated S?. and Youths' 81.75 School ill the county of Bradford following real estate situated and teon. Trains leave Sleeping cars .
All through the Northern States rij S. Shoes are worn by the boys State of Florida.. as follow: Pal at k a 5 40 m.aud 8-11. ,
commission to elections the time he where belonging to the estate of C II.Hall a.
me at ,
', regulate ; nne(1'( Hodges Tbemostlle"leeab1eshoes80ldattbe1rlceL deceased Hnmp.on. G; 51 and
: the third party and the republicans to house Lad.-es' 83.00 :50. described M follows: The southwest quarter 9.37 p. in Lake City 8 03 a. man&I0iW
: but everyone must know what kind weal ni3' some (time List spring.Thi 9V'OO: and s7.7 CShoes for of the Iortll'\'t'st quarter section eight, A. P. 3 LIV.\PI*, Tratilie 3Iatiaer. <
are uniting to defeat the democrats: of a commission it would be if made -* i is to certify thot such report is utterly desired.Misses are Thevareverystylish.comfortabloanddara-made of the best Dongola fine Calf six"ol.t11.ot ralize twer.t.h'o east onann township, J'\'r1ES ltIE ZI '_ _

f and place the republican in untrue alii 1 without fouiKKition. his. Thes.tusio eqnalscuatom made shoes forty acres more OP less. Now by virtue of sai l
party the !
costing order I will
by republican party. Mr. Johns iilvuiy- treated me well during &nnlIlLOO W$6.00. Ladles who wish economise ia sell the aforesaid real estate at public A NEW ERA IN
power. They ale doing the same: then : their footwear are finding this out. outcry in front of the court house door in the ENGLISH
History, gives the lie to the the time )ha w .
L Lt.tatetent ; s epul.llI'riIT. CaatIOD.-W.L.DougIas.name and the erlce la town of:Iarke,in the said county of Bradford ROLLER
: thing in. Florida, and the rank andfile 1 that the force bill a "(1eat I HOrn-P.T MAT IB. tamped on the bottom of each shoe; look for it between the legal hours of sale on the COTTON, GINS.

) are finding it out. Florida does _. when stitute you other buy. Bewareof dealers attemptiDK Hrat Monday in October A. D. 1802 The nntimigaed.
, issue. makes for them. Such subetltht'fonar the same being the agent for Phut Bros. CANDY S ?$
not want any more radical rule, with Guaranteed Cur taming firandulent m ney and under subject false to prosecution pretences. by law for ob. legal sale d.iy. Said real day estate of said sold for month and a & Co., will sell a Single Roller GIN with

_J \jU bjgh taxes and demoralized To thc Voters of Bradford. \Vo nutiioiizc our' mlvertise,I ul]i rug..ts t W.XM DOUGLAS Brockton Mus. Eiby of debts. Terms clti'h. purchaser paying 'for my Patent Craukkgs. Belts an wrenches : -; .
gov to sell 1 1'. title.
Kill s NeDiiwvry ."> all
r 1. II. JIIODES. complete, delivered C. R ENST-
: ernment. having recently to St-pt. 2, 189.. at Savannah. Ga.
__ come my knowledge ). C"nsl\mpliuut Co'ijrhs and OoliU upon J. W. HODGES. COlDmisloner.. at $130; nud Walrus Leather.cut ,
r. that a rival candidate for the legislature this condition. If \011 are alllii-led with at 80 Celt stripS CORNER RAILROAD ANDSTARKI

The people are not growing poorer has stilted to tlrs voters in the a cough, cold or any .Luu#, Throat or In the County Judge's Court, Bradford County, per pouad.
eastern State 3L
: Chest trouble ami Willl1 this reined of Florida. FQLLITZER. _
from the taxation .) TEN"TS
<,,' imposed upon portion i>f this that 1 ,iiroHed By the Judge of said Court au@2m .
Cnttuty. if were :w ,giving it a fair trial!, and experience
; ,t r .: them by th$ state and county, because elected to the J legislature, to convene.in: no bedrlit, you may return the Caveats and Trade-Marks o'.t ined and nil Patent In the matter Exercising the probate suggestion usdiction.of Notice.May27.1803.to Vegetables Caudlesj'

( ;" that tax is growing less and l April nest that 1 would vote for and 1 btl! iul lia e your money refunded. bu:Ue..H.on/ucl./\! u>-::11 0 U KIT 1' FEl.>>. thc l'state of HenT K York-deceased insolvency filed Six ,

'" -. work to secure the We l"i'Hl\lnu\ make: this otter hid OUR OFFICE IS OPPOblTri U S PATENT \v. T. Weeks, &ratr saM a.tt.. by :' month after date I will present StiiupnerDrIfl __ _
; less year by year. It is the tariff: passage of a measure wo not Oftico nrd we can secure patents in les-* tirr.e wm4D1 es and vouchers to the lIon my ae'counts
if ': that is them that would give a part of the east end of Xu'>w' that Ur. l ing'" New DJM-ovory an tax making Henry F.York the _
poorer could be relicil ,late of Brad- Bradford county ot' .
Bradford, la Clay. rutna.uOt Aluclma, on. u'r diipf: >aiuts.I ford county,State : and state of Florida MIS] -
: ',1 the tar, that they pay every time counties. I pronounce tho statement Tiial bottles five at st-irko Drug Co.! ; tion.Send rno.f'I.We: ln\\1n{ or photo, with descrip I day filt'll In my office oJ *Florida suggestion deceased of the has IU801 this: of 1ina1 the estate ot John W. Bwilineli deceased a.Jmin;trator for ,.
drug store. I.trgsizo 50o ami 2Bucken'a advise it p!tttntal>leornot. free of I l'nC\of said estate settlement and ask for Agent for Mallory StoctD6m 1
dollar's filial .
; a
; : they buy a of goods utterly false and say now that 1 woulduse charge Our fee not due till patent is secured. I These ar-s therefore 'from s1d a..1mlnt discharge ,

the tax that goes into some manu every effort to keep our territory intact --- A Littla Book, "How to Obtain Patents,"with I ail persons he Wing claims to notify against wid said admonish tratlon.A. \V. DInDLE :-- -_ -
of actual eState to -
Arnica Salve. names clients
at least until our bonded debt in your state, county or I file the same in my office duly .
4; facturer's pocket to make him I is The best salve in the world for town,sent frpe. Address. lr by the authenticat In Adnainltrato Notlcek -
cuts 23thdavoJanuar .
fully paid and the desire ; A. D.
; richer-and it is the republican party people- E. P. a WAHD.change. bruises, sores. takers, salt raeum, fever Opp.PatentOce. c- A.WASHIXGTOS.SNOW CO.D. C. the whIch' day there will be a pro rata distribution IS'I3. on of BETHEL CLASSICAL and To ALt.. whom It may.ct

4 that imposes this tax, and the poor, sores, tetter chapped ] chilHains I, .I\ssets of beionglngto the salDe. said estate. among thEcredItors MUITART xB : that I will not be I

deluded third is Through this campaign it is corns, and all skin eruptions, aud positively Bradford tNo, Witness my hand and seA1 of court thl" AOA ':. she contracted baring by my wife
party man allowing necessary cures piles, or no, pay required. It Lodge, 42, FA.. Mii day the 23th Prepare forRustneaValy voluntarily left mf'"Krit
himself' used as a tool to keep this for every democrat to keep posted upon is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Meet Thursday night before the thirds [SEAL} olJull'. A. 1; 1892. We POIU. Cat Iocu addreulU u4 j. 'IJ'J M
the issues of the li&f Sunday each month. W. F. *"aa. -a.HeljrtTitK Bethel ae.FiO.,Sept.Ripans .
day. TELEGr. n[ or refuuded. July 29. 1893. Academy, TiKipans :
republican party in 1 money cents per &X Wx-.F- )ULPHURS County JudgeRipa.ns .
t power. will W.3I..
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Wc expect lots Teachers': Insti-' The next meeting of the S. L.'!. I BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL. Teachers' Institute. "ANNOUNCEMENTS.For) I Il. 1STE'fnTJ: .. 'D.. ,

|{ BB/niFDRD/ GOinjTY\ .TELEGRAPH.. tnte. news in our next. issue. A. will be held on Monday after On Monday,- September. 5th, the sun SherifT.We 1 : '. Office' .. .- .-
the pleasant hale
shone lInghtlyup. u ftA I
::::: noon at the home ot Mrs. M. L. !:;
"Rev. Dr. Holeman l preached at the Johns Madison A full THE FALI4TERM WILL BEGIN town of Lake Butler and the assemblage: nre authorized l<> ) .reIhe "T'
c i >; Fla., Sept. 16, 1892. Episcopal church last Sunday. attendance, is requested ivenue., as businessof MONDAY of seventy-five teachers under the able name lor of sheriff Mr. Ansel of Bradford E. Cone coutiiy.us :a candidate Mr.j': Starke Dnty Company ..'

Miss Ida importance will come before the leadership: Prof. F. 0. Schell.:the occasion -I C.)nf asks the suffrage of the people at J.8tC. :;

aJ affairs.Why the New York Witkovski store for is:Mr.clerking at meeting! September 19, and Continue being the opening of the 'Bradford I the October eleclion. TATE POWELL M. o. ;:;
Four llontlJsh Schoolto County Institute. A six wcek!! program I hereby announce myself a 'candidate: ,

buy inferior flour when yon Mr. E.P. Ward, candidate for The be' prepared, there was a murmur for the ofticf of Sheriff! of BrllltC"II cnnnty -
Graded n
Mrs. S. F. Hanfcrd of Green Be having
getSwePt Home t. the same egislativc honors, has been confinedto when uiitl IRk the ulTrire; of the voters atUK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
can of Superintend-
Cove Spring is in the this week. Calen liar. disappointment -
& Rienard.A city coming eecti.n.! Ilesprctfully.II. .
Ileibcrgcr his bed for several weeks. His -
at -
price announced that the time allotted: ..
ent ; AUSTI4.'I : .
at Miss Howe of sick but lie is Th j fall term opens Monday.: September .I ,. Office at Cianklnt Orns &on.
fall line of paints Agnes Ivingsleyake family are yet quite was billy! two weeks. ; !
Truby, Stcrnburg & Co. .. is visiting friends at Buffalo, making 'a tour of the county in the 19lh and continues four months as a Tin intiin: topic funn which the Institute hereby anqnuftoe myself a candidate!: STARKE FLORIDA

N. Y interest of the democratic public term. All children between the shaped its work was, "Growth and for re-c'.eclion as Sheriff 1'nulfonl (-.tlllOI mylStf .
white dieas goods _ party. ty. and solicit the M'pport of the vou-ia nt .
Sones' the child-mind. The classification -
who of
J. re- culture
N. of six and ,
See AVery The him age twenty-one years I IT'IPEEKATTOKNRYATLAWaiid
few Starke people went to people can readily forgive of knowledge, as it is developed in the fill! election IIe pi'ctfullv.\ COMER
before you purchase. side i b Bradford county, are entitled to NOTAR*
Lake Butler on Monday to hear Sen. for not coming out before. the child-mind.-was presented under s'x; f lS.: CY.MVS.
of ladies' black silk umbrellas free tuition : others will be charged a divisions, viz.: First, perception; second, I -and-
Oar line ator Call. hereby: announce myself a candidatefor
The speaking at Lake Butler last matriculation fee of one dollar per month. third. recollection fourth imagination Fire Insurance.
cannot be surpassed. memory; ; tie ulllce of Sliculf of Bradford: coiin13 -

Truby, Sternburg & Co. Mrs.\ S. J. Sternburg and daughter Monday was well attended, the old The following calendar will be adhered! to ; : fifth, understanding; sixth % and respectfully-solieit the support ofI Represent: LlVF.RPOOL.fi WASHINGTON'I LONDOX, OUEESWICH.* GLOBE,

court house building being filled to much : reasoning. I he M>lers :it I he c-o'Ming tlcctinn.Kespertftillv! lkOVW.XC1, HVIUVORD Fire Insurance
returned from Green Cove as as possible Ald
: If. J. Jones; has a full stock of overflowing and the standing room After listening: to an able discourse under Companies. Choice 101 of Land 10 town anticounty
caskets Wednesday.Mr. CALENDAR. each head from Pmf Schell. the for sale.STAKKK .
4 coffins and F. M. BYUD.
supplies all taken. Senator Call and St.-Clair
funeral ,
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Publicterm open s Monday, September teachers: were awakeued to the necessity FLORIDA.
at all prices. T. A. Knight leaves to.day Abram, of Tavares, addressed the llllh. '92.Christmas. of all-round cultuie instead of culture i?!: The lends of Everett E. John: announce jneiatfFrazee

All kinds of hauling done uromptly for New York to buy goods for his people on the political questions, holidays begin Monday, December one direction. Each branch of study was Sheriff of him Bradford a candidate for the and office solicit of & Hall
discussed its relation to the mind and county
winter trade. about four horns time. 23d. in ;
J. W. Alvarez' &; Co.'s stables. ccupying of this will extend, for him the suffrage at the coming elec
at the effects research
L Term tfter holidays Monday,
The declared
meeting was a grand opens tion. and at Law
and New Home sewing Send in your orders for election January 2d, '93. not to the teachers alone. but through M.YXYFRIENDS. At'ys Counselors ,
; Domestic success. 20lh.i them to home in Bradford CIIUI.tr.The .
Public term closes Friday. January every .
tickets early and avoid the rush of BLOCK.
for sale by of the Institute ROOof.0.
machines term Monday, January grand success I hereby announce myself candidate
Spring lisa
hone opens -
. Truby, Sternburg & Co. the last few days.Mr. J. L. Hill!, county superintendent i : proves Prl'!. Sthell a true and noble educator : for the oflice bhcrlff of Bradford STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA.And .

of public instruction, was in 23d.Spring term closes Friday. May 15ih. Superintendent Hill shows his devotion couiity. ;and respectfully solicit the sup Downey Bulld'g. car- Thir and

: Go to J. G. Alvarez for the latest F.; II. Morgan leaves: in a few the: city on Thursday. lIe repoits The following grades prepared by the to the cause of education by the co- port of the voters at the coming election. ? Center. Strs. Fernndina, .

styles of gents' collars. (lays for a trip up the St. Johns the Institute in a very flourishing principal and endorsed by the Board of oper.ition! and untiring efforts for the IDsiiluu llwpcctfuliy. H. G. HEAVE. lit
river to Enterprise.Capt. Public Instruction will be strictly adhered ; nud the welfare of his teachers.
: condition-75 teachers in attendance I hereby announce, myself a candidatefor H. E.LAOERGUENLAND
Send your Jacksonville consignments to, and studtnts will be required to The Institute of last year was considered the ollicc of Sheriff of Bradfoul county .

to the Florida Producer's J. N. Jones is located atMr. lie says they arc a very fine- complete' one grade before being promoted by all to he an able effort but this is :and I promise, if elected, to faithfullydischarge SURVEYOR.

Consumers Exchange. tf J. G. Alvarez's store. lie has looking body of teachers and that to the next higher. Those who completethe so far superior that we all I feel jubilantover : my

: and charge of the books. they Hecm determined to be boneited high school course will be graduated ihe progress: which this county has tily.W.. D. AI.VAKKZ. Deputy County Surveyor.

Don't forget that we are headquarters by the instruction they arc receiving. from the school. made ii: educatici.al matters. .l Lines run from U.S. Surveys Field Notes
Besides the regular course there will be TIACIIEIS. I hereby announce! myself ns a candidate
Levellliis and Dralnase etc.
Means' shoes. The I. O. O. F. erected SI&eml"
tower .
for James : a
and for tin olHft of Sheriff of l |
_ _ taught fchorthiiiui typewriting music. ; r'f'.r1: Can at this Office.
,. \ Truby, Sternburg & Co. on their new building and placed BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures- Constipation. As these are taught by a specialist and FOOTLIGHT FLASHES. county, and respectfully solicit the sup- STARKE FLORIDA.

I their bell in position. -- --- independent of the common school course, poit of the voters at the coming election.
Curtain poles and 1- at Died. students who take them will, of course, Charles Frohman now controls fifteen Respectfully, \t. Tisox.

J. G. Alvarez. Walter Wills has seemed land ands Eva Belle Richard, infant daughter of pay extra tuition. companies. W. II. RIVERSDEALER

I For further particulars addressV. Lee is soon to as Aaron For Clerk ot Circuit Court.I .
erecting a store building next to Henry appear
I The nicest table damask in thecit.v Mr. and .:.Mrs J. C. Richard. Jr., died on
i [*o\\ ell's meat market. W. McDoxALD, Prin. Burr in a drama by that name. hereby announce myself candidate IN-
at N. J. Jones' cheap mammoth Tuesday at Jouesboro Ga., where her :take: Fla.TEACIIEKS 1
Harry Woodson, the minstrel, and Ea. for re election to the office of Cletk ot the
dry goods store. :Mr. J... G. Cone, one of Tampa's parents had taken her in hopes that she FOR TilE TI 1m. gene A. McDowell have teen sent to insane Ciicuit! cou.it of Bradford county and
would regain her health. She was bm j led
Just received a full line of James prominent business men, spent a few Thursday morning iu Crosby cemetery.Mr. W. W. McDonald principal; Leon asylums. respectfully solicit the support of my fellow GENERAL MERCHANDISE r

Means' shoes at J. G. Alvarez. days in tho city this week. _. n Peek Miss Eula lliers Miss Ellen Davio. Teresina Tua, the violinist, has resumedher citizens at the ensuing electicn.

Ansel Cone for Sheriff. Course ol Study 1892-03. activity in the concert world, and is Very respectfu1y.

t A new stock of coffins and cask- Mr. E. L. Odom has been reap- In our announcement column this week FIRST GUADE. meeting with great success in Palermo. DRY GOODS.NO'fIONS ,

ets at N. J. Jones. poinled registration olticer for this appears a new announcement for sheriff Reuliuig-Fnrnihiar words from chart The English papers say that Charles For Tax Collector.

Have tried :Sweet Home flour? county by Governor Fleming.The that of Mr Ansel E. Cone of Gilfor.l. and blnckboar.1: follow ert by First Header. Wyndham is losing his hold on the Lon- I hereby announce myself candidatefor

you day. Mr.[ Cone is a young man. very active anda Wiiting-Words and hurt sentences on don public through his unreasonable distrust re electi(1 to the office I of Tax Collector ,

The sales are increasing every Falconer stock of goods were man well liked by the people. Al- slate; wilting from teacher's copy with of new pieces.In of Bradford county, and respectfully -

The best trade uses it. For sale by sold last week to Mr. J. W. Hodges, though late in getting; before the people, lead! pencils in books. Hoyt's new play, "A TemperanceTown solicit the support of my fellow LOOTS
: Heiberger & Richard. he is there in trood shape Arithmetic! -Counting and writing numbers ," the author is said to have made a ns. Respectfully
r who is closing them out cheap.Mr. ctiz
to one hundred; addition and sub- new departure from Hoytism and writtena M. M. HALE. .
Spring goods in an endless quan. McElrec'lI WINE- OF. CA BUM for female diseases. action with small numbeis mental and legitimate comedy. SHOES and .
mammoth W. N. Meacham has been appointed .. I candidate *
Jones' store. -- -- hereby announce myself a
at N. J. written.
the best
:. tity Digby Bell offered $100 for topical -
by Governor Fleming as for the office of Tax Collector of Bradford
lessons and
Our School Population Spelling Words of reading
and it took him six mouths to GROCERIES.Starke
received song
J. G. Alvarez has just a auctioneer for Bradford county. We are under ligations to Jlr. J. C.Byrd other familiar words. read all .the matter submitted to him. county and resjcctfully ask he supportof .
load of "Diploma" flour. Vocal Mus-ic-Elective.Recication the voters at the coming election.
car member of the school board, for the There Election tickets and all kinds of -Songs, concert recitations, Hl' pl-tfull., R. A. TOWXSKXD. Fla.
Our stockof groceries is the most following statistics of the schuol census Next summer a Russian syndicate will
campaign printing done promptly atthis etc. outdoor entertainment at The friends of W. A. Crosby respectfully -
give a great
complete in town and prices way office at reasonable figures. compiled from the supervisor's report: SKCOM GKADK. South Beach, S. I., representing the battleof announce him a candidate for the STARKE DRUG COMP'Y

down to hard pan.Truby -. .- Total number of:youths: iu Bradford county Ita.ling-\aliol1l1l: Second Header, with Plevna, fought by the Russian and once of Tax Collector for Bradford coun ,

Sternburg & Co. Mayor Peek has set a good exam- between number the mules ago 011.i...aud.. .21.. .years..3O6rotal .............. 1,6-18 supplementary reading Turkish troops.It ty. and Laving cnntlenC in his meri
.. ..... ................ and to Is located the Post
ple by tearing up his old sidewalk i" Females 1.424 \\ riting-SelJtctlccs from blackboard: ; or that Rubinstein is ability perform statioller-n is
books and \\ reported goingto
School Colored youth........ ......... 590! ) fficf, do solicit for him the
Morgan Kro's. and replacing it with a new one. ., White ;youth ............ ..2,472 dictation. be divorced from his present wife in earnestly Office where the find
stock-at Ina'phdlx-t' .................... :201 Arithmetic-:Mental and written workin order to marry Sophie Pozanska, his suffrages of our fellow citizens. public can :
Ask I C Webb for cards, stencils, For. SALE-One cook stove (No. .... .. Iu spelling.......................2,804! additio.!, subtraction and multiplication clever pupiL The story has been denied, Respectfully. MANY Fmr :;Ds. full! clean stock of fresh
lulstieader.. ... ............. 31)8) tables. ,
etc., of the Florida Producers' and 7)), one heater and some furniture, at .. In :2d! render..8 but it refuses to equi ted. .
tf '. In 31 reader .. ...... ...... 524; Spelling Words of reading lessons and For Tax Assessor.I S
Consumers' Exchange. \v. W. Tumblin's of Starke. Edwin Thorne's "The Golden
., west. In 4th leader......... ............ !57 familiar words.GeogruiphiyOral. new play, lu-reby announce myself candidate( DRUGS,
the --- In Jit h reader.... ... .. ........ :246 instruction direction Ladder," is bW'ilson Barrett and Georgo I
Job printing of all kinds at Mr. and Mrs. \V. II. Davis arecontemplating 4. .. in6threader....... ........ 170' ; R. Sims. Mr. Thome went to Londonto for election to the office of Tax Assessorof 'MKDICINES and
, TELEGRAPH office. "Thatcann'Jt read! ............. 27; distance and location of familiar objects, secure this play,it having met with success Bradford county at the ensuing elt.c.li'l. "
a visit to Micanopy. That cannot write............. 483 sheetsroads etc. and respect fully solicit the support
will make the over land. .' Blind ....... .... ... ...... ... 4 Vocal MUMC-Elective. in Australia, where he played in it. TOILET ARTICLES
We have everything you need and They trip .. '. Deaf mute..................... 1 The disastrous East llie tour in the of my fellow citizens. Respeclfu1y.
.. .' Orphan.... ... ............. 63: :Recreation-:Same as first year. J. W.\XmUlT. SPECTACLES.TRUSSES etc.
will make prices to suit the need: of candidates working United States has had echoes in the London
; County are now Hal!01 pLa.n ...... 4jgJ'WiNE TIIIKD GRADE. I hereby announce myself a candidate,
..:' your pocket book. day and night. Every mother's ---- National Third Reader. courts. An actor named Rochdale sued for Tax Asse-vsor for Bradford county The Prescription department is under
OF CAllOW Tonic for Women.CountyComiiiissioiiers' Reading- : Miss Eastlake for two weeks' salary duo in
Truby, Sternburg & Co. son: of them is i: certain to he elected. : Writing j -t.'pel1cerian.Sho'ter course, Philadelphia and for the cost of the trip to and solicit th- suffrage of the voters at the immediate control of Mn R. It.

books :Nos. 1, 2. 3 and 4. the coming election. JOINER who has Lad 20
England. Ho won his suit. \ Hespctruly. years' experience
:1. N. J. Jones!' has 800 Crosby cemetery Major St.-Clair Abrams, of Ta- I Meeting.The Arithmetic Robinson's Intellectual .
Mrs. Martha A Rice, the mother of Ed- AH prescriptions carefully and accurately
lots for sale.
board of I commissioners .
in his counlj' Atithmctic to ftnctious.bpellinjr
varcs, was town Sunday on ward E. Rice and Major Charles Rice, is 1 hereby announce myself as candidate filled day or night. Store
way to Lake Butler to join Senator met at the court house September 5th. -Swinton's Word Primer and dead. She died at the homestead in All- for ihe office of Tax Assessor of Bradford open SundaY
Wnte to the P. & C. Exchange from 1:30 to 3 .
from lessons. p. : m
Call. The mcmbcis present were L A.: Todd, various ton, Mass., that the Rices have occupiedfor county.nd respectfully solicit the suffrage t. 3 p.
; Jacksonville, for market prices before G. \V. Clyatt J. D.. Crews and W. W.fumbl'm. Gvoginphy-Oral instruction ; natural 150 years. She was buried from the of my fellow citizens at the coming Starke, Fla.,
,- you ship elsewhere. tf Miss LCOflaBlitClt has gone to divisions of land and water horizon church at Brighton where her sons were lection. If elected I sh\1 visit each mch2
Minutes of List reid
meeting sh> of the earth.
Macon to attend schooL She will ipe married: and her grandchildren christened. school district for tax relur.
New line of low shoes just receiv- and approved. I.JanguageBl'lles. Language Lessons. A. J. McKixxEY.
: .
i be much missed by her Among the of Miss Agnes Hespcctullr.
wiittenwnk. company
Part with
very many i., dailY' exercises in
( de at Truby Sternburg & Co. Mrs. Rebecca Stulsby was reins tcd on DRUG STOREPj.
friends.: Herndou is lady who has one of the most I hereby announce myself as a candi-

-- --- -- the pauper pension 1'011. nud the pay of Vocal Music-Elective. remarkable voices on the stage. She appears late for the' office of Tax Assessor of :
One lot of 8 cent calico reduced Mrs. Laura Kessler: is visiting\ with N. J. Forsythe was raised from !;'2.oO' to FOURTH GRADE. as a newsboy in the tramp scene and Bradford county and respectfully solicit I II .

t v to 5.cent.sratf Miss sings. So continuous is the applause that I he support of the voters at the coming
: her She
was formerly 5 ulh.
$ m<
parents. per ? National Fouitli Heatler.Vriti .
if"S Truby, Sternburg & Co. Reading- : au announcement has to be made frequently election F. 3I0OR.
Laura Alvarez and a very popu'aryoung On motion W. W. Tumblin was au \ Spenceiian Shorter course, asking the kind acquiescence of the au. Imo

,; i V) Eoglibb, you know"-London lady in Starke. thorized to luivc five dollars' worth of books Nos. 5 and C. dience so the performance may continue. To the people comprising the differentpollic.ll
Arithmetic Robinson's Intellectual, ptrtics of Bradford county I take
. Swells J. G. Alvarez. work done the Starke and Middle-
cigars at upon the columns -I
in announcing. through
Mr. Stafford died at Mr. P. Sections 37 to 67. Had a Familiar Sound. '
Lang road and the be for from
burg same paid of Mm myself a
GeographyPrimary.SpellingSwinton's is the of the 'ELEGIUPI candi-j'
"Tvlvit name young: man
& We make returns on day of sale. S. Crews' residence on Monday ha road fund.J. Word Bo<.k, and' that's coming to see Claribel asked Old date for the office 'of Tax

<1 Fl. P. & C. Exchange, Jacksonville. morning of this week. He had been B. Crews was appointed to examine from other lessons.LangwugeBarnes'. Spudd, looking up from the "Stocks and Jradford couuty. .and respectfully ask

suffering for some time. the grounds and ciubsiug on New River Language Lessons Bonds" column of his newspaper. "I p,1 to support me in the coming election.

tfONE between Scout Hole bridge and Duke'sFeiry i Part 11Vocal. think I've heard it, but I have forgotten IlAIlTJY N. HODGES.For .
MILLION BOXES of oranges The county commissioner I and report at the next meeting of I Music-Elective.: It." L. GASKINS
said board the of Treasurer. ,
advisability building apublic
wanted by Burton K. Barrs, meet to-morrow to restore any who FIFTH GRVDE. "It is one you certainly ought to remem DEALER IN
bridge across said river. ber easily enough," replied Mrs. Spudd. I hereby announce myself n candidate .
Jacksonville.If have been erased from the lessons.
\l'iliug-ny specialist,
may registration The Hemingway buildmir. rented at "His is Oliver Cromwell." for re-election to the office of Treasurer & Medicines
list mistake. last tor for Bradford Arithmetic -- Robinson's Intellect! !!il. sol- Drugs
by meeting armory % and
of Bradford county respectfully
want to feel good and sleep "My memory, madam, said Old Spudd,
Sections 67 to 97.Gl'ogrnpySwinton !
you County Guards was considered unsafe looking fixedly at her over his glasses, "is kit the support of my fellow citizens at Starke, Fac
well at night, go to Powell and get Miss Helen Richard left on Monday for such purpose and, the order for renting :; Complete; n.apIrawi as good as yours. Cromwell is the name of the coming dcction. Yeiy respectfully Physicians' Prescriptions

some of hIs meat. for Jacksonville whore] she hasaccepted same was rcconsideied and a warrant 'g.Spel J. W. KELLUM.
hing-Swintut's Word l Book. that merchant down in Galesburg that I uiefsi, Compounded at a hour*-dav oruzgt
the month's G.v. .
drawn to icnt.
one .
a position as cashier with pay lessons work claimed I cheated him out of $37.40 in 1S73 I announce a candidate I .
reduced committee I."ngIHIgc-Language ; in hereby myself !
All summer goods at \ Clyatt was appointed a to -
lles8rs.VilIiams & Son on a consignment of eggs. You can't fool for the ofJIce; of Treasurer I.f Bradford
original composition.
of the of
Mrs. Hemingway action :
& Co notify
prices. Truby, Sternburg me on names-Chicago! Tribune.
he board. On motion the proposition y ocal1\lusic--Elccll. ,. county and lespcctfully ask the support u. D MINER

Miss! .Jessie Jones, of Tampa, was of J. G. Alvarez to rent the brick buildingover SIXTH GRADK. of the voters at the coming ciectionRespectfully. .
Peaches, grapes, berries, vegetables in, the this week. Slight Find Out It Cost Less. S. 1J. DKXJIAUK.
city a feJays the livery t>ttable was accepted. lessons.
, etc., and oranges in.season. Miss Jessie has just returned froman C. M. f Spaikman: and iM. L. Johns weic Writing Arithmetic-By specialist Robinson's, Progressive Mother-That is a handsome group in

: tf P. & C. Ex., Jacksonville. in granted permission to sell wines, liquors, bronze you have selected for Miss Style's For School Superintendent. .
extended trip Georgia.The Practical or suppletnentuiry.IIstorySwintn's
beer, etc.. in the town of Stili ke for the : Condeuiscd.ScieceSteelc's wedding present; but why do you leave I hereby announce myself a candidate Watchmaker\ and
commencing October 1. the price label on7Da.ughterThe for elecliol to the office of Superintendentof
The TELEGRAPH will be sent to handsome oaks on our streets eiibuiug year : Hygienic; Physiology.
bronze is
very heavy, Instruction fur Bradford coun-
On motion the clerk was ordered to
any address for $1 a year. arc holding up the pictures of Bas- have 2,000 road bummons blanks printed. Spelling-:-; iHIOn'S: Word Analysis. and I do not want the dear girl to injure ty, and respectfully solicit the support of .

Go to J. G."Alvarez 4 for the best kin and Mann this we-k.: They talk Ten dollars was oidcied paid to S. 1' La: nguuge-hItrvey's' English Giammar, herself carrying it around to the shops to my fellow citizens at the ensuing election.

5c cigar. at Lako Butler next Tuesday. Crews for work done on public road leading or Vocal supplementary.\ :\lnsic--Electivc. find out what it cost.-Boston Globe.If Respectfully. Jeweler.

--- from John W. KeIlUl 's to Rising's.M. beef T. J DEXLE.I .
Men's straw hats, various styles lion. E. P. \Vard, of Litesville, M, Hale was authorized to transfer IIIuli School Course. you want first-class porkor hereby announce myself a candidate

and shapes, nice and cheap at candidate for the Legislature, was from special fund to school fund :$G95.77; FIRST CLASS. sausage go to L B Powell, and for Superintendent of Public InstructionFor Starke. Pie

J. G. Alvarez. in the city Tuesday. lie has a letter ammount overpaid by him to special Cr.&ssic.tLAlgebriRobinsou's.; Elementary you will get it. Bradford county, and respectfullysolicit
fund. complc ell. the of the voters at the
JamcH Means celebrated support
full Hue of
in this issue that is worth read- A
L-itin t .i rain inn r.
9 The following accoun's were approved Latin-Bingham's coining election. Respectfully.
No trouble to gtt your money I and warrants ordered drawn treasurer History-Andeison's. of England.\ shoes for men and boys at II. C. PEEPLES. .
ing. oa
_ _
when deal with the P. & C. Exchange Assortment of
& Co.
you iu payment of same: Composition-L<)ck\\oad's Lessons I in Truby, Sernburg I myself a candidatefor Largest
I tt Senator Call was in the city on Pauper monthly allowances.............$ 77 50 English.SCIENTIFIC. stock of hereby announce office of
..rV lIod"ges1iaaTa"iarje re-election! to the Superintendent -
Tuesday, a guest of Dr. Gaskins. J, 8. Rosier, repairing Reading bri-'Ke... 4 IXv. ) -Algebra-Robinson's Elementary -
If FmTr-in-haud bound to sell. of Public Instruction for Bi ad- Watches Clocks and
want a \ L. Sumners: repairing b\vift creek that ho i is
$ you pretty The senator came over from LakeButler bridge............ .................. 3 :tO : completed. clothing ford county and respectfully ask the support .
. tie or scarf cheap to ......... 1 50 Geography Maury's. Call and see it. .
, go where h<3 made a speech on C. F. Annan, repairing jail lock. Physical of the voters at the coming election.Respectfully. .
J. G. Alvarez. Nathan Moore, repairing jail............ 1 00 History-Anderson's, of England. Jewelry
Monday. Hall & Garrett blanks ior court.......... 2 88 Loekwood'a Lesson's in OLD KIP TOUACCO. J. L. HILL.I : .,
LADIES, ask for A. E. Moitt, work on jail door ......... 1 50 Composition- He'll chew this brand, who never announce myself a candidate; for the
notice, 5 00 English.;
TELEGRAPH publishing registration
, IU'S Mr. C. J. Husbands purchased a J, C. Richard Jr., express on books..... 1 10 Botany-Gmy's Lessons in Botany. tried before office of Superintendent of Schools I
INK: pair of deer from Mr. N. J. Thomas G. S.Roach& Co.. material to bury Pauper Bradford county, Fla., and kindly ask the Special attention given to the
F ITT ING last Mr. Thomas hadcaptured Sikes .......... .. ............. 993 SECOND CLASS. And having bought' i it once, comes hearty support of the citizens at the baUot repairing

GOT WEAK Saturday.them when and W.or's T. Weeks omce...township........ .blanks........for....assess....... 20 40 .\\thematics-Robinson's; Univci sity hack for more. I' box, nnt promise that I will live uprightly of Clocks and Watches.
at Truby. Sternluirjr & Co young D.J. Byrd, repairs on Fogg bridge............ 12 00 Algebra and Geometry to BOOK V. Sold by Truby, Sternburg & Co. fnll the full and faithful dischargeof Good work done at reasonable rate
: tamed them. J. Q. Roberts,repairing bridge............ (! 25 e ati Bingham's Grammar and C'sesar.: the duties of that 'office. Hopefully,
I Wm.Tlson. care of Willis Lunetee" ....... 5 00 General History-Swinton's. Try our cigars, we have the best O. P. YOCJCO

Fine horses and carriages at JV Mr. J. G. Alvarez left on Tuesdayfor J.W.H.W.Dean Tumblin care of county Willis commissioner Lunetee.......... 12 6 00 40 Physics-Steele's Popular.! pssortment in the city. FOR SAE

Alvarez & Co. New York to lay in his! winter James Rimes, repairs on bridge ... .... 3 5C English Literature-Elective. Truby, Sternburg & Co. For County Judge. *.
A. Uathng.repairs on bri'lge.............. 300 Civil GllvernlUent-\lucy.: The following desrb property located
stook. Mr. Alvarez makes a choice J. W. Andrews hauling lumber.......... 50 I hereby announce myself a candidate
selection of goods and always brings I J.H. Dean,guarding jail................. 0 25 NOTE Composition, elocution declamation G. W. Young for re-election to the office of County within the corporate limits of- the
Crews, commissioner........ 10 00 and and of is offered for sale
P. S. county penmanship drawing taught Judge of Bradford county, respectfully town Starke :
back plenty of them.The H. N, Richard, guarding jail.............. 20! tS *
J. O. Alvarez rent for armory........... 12 50 throughout the High School course. HlJCKSIYilTH solicit-. the support of the voters at Two Acres of Lnd'

@!] Institute at Lake Butler this Mrs L. Hemingway, rent for armory.... 5 Oil for GENERAL the cusuin", election. well fenced which good well
BLACK-DS VJGHT tea Dyspepsia. upon
W. H. Rivers comfort for jail............ 1 23 Try .: Wsr. F. MALPLICIIS. i 1
year will be supporting and will Hoffman Lumber Co.. for lumber.... 1 bi painted and plastered two-story dwelling:
W. T. Weeks. county audItor.............. 23 CO Lost or Stolen. -AND- I am a candidate for the office ol
cost the county nothing, and they J. W. Nichols, bridge work ... ...... 100 of mi excellent well or water bricked from
have a nice little fund besides. N.J.Thomas bridge work............. .. 1 00 Friday: night. September 9th from High County Judge and solicit the support the good stable and
Jacob Varnes nursing pauper........... 50"II" Springs. two black and white TiXs WOODWORKER the voters of Bradford county. clay; outhuiting
..' Croakers, take notice. Ed W li\ repairingjail................... 100 ponies. Suitable reward will be paid for J. I RICIIAHD. The following is a list of tbe. growing

" Mr. J. W'. Hicks our- barber W.S. P.W.Crews.Tumblin work work on road.on road..S.:.............. 10 OC OC any information. R B SCARBOUOCGII. Is located at the old tinshop. where he upon the p'acc:
city i all] kinds of '
... to make or repair
E.: A. Todd, county commissioner 11 CC is Scientific 90 Plum Trees;13 varieties. yenr
.' -+-- has purchased the Dowling place on A C. Odom,registering voters 4th Dist.... 1 00 Every reader in the county should iron tin or wood-work. lie will baKe: .; .. Amerc
............ 2 OC Agency fD ChCHtuuts 5 2 varieties
E. P. WaN, assistant assessor coffeepot -i ; .
Madison\ avenue of Col.V.. T. \V. H. Pinholster. assistant assessor...... 2 00 subscribe for the TELEGRAPH awl you a wagon or repair your ; bring Ap
4p Weeks. Mr. Hicks will: fix up this 'v. W. Tumblin,county commissioner... 2 00 read it through the campaign.Ve make you a plow or repair your buggy: : 1)le C trees (3 Standard)3 on PCI-r ro
J. B. Crews county commissioner........ 8 4C shoe your horse or sell you a Chicago. D' Orange Trees. 4 varieties; Pear,
; place and make a very nice home. O.W. Clyatt, county commissioner ...... 9 30 will send it to any address until January Aermotor. 4 7

THEY COPY US. This being the time fixed by liw for revising 1 for only 23 cents. Now Mr. Farmer it will pay you to 4 variete Apricot 7; Persimmon

We are being copied and we regard it Miss Maude Powell will leave the registration books. the board] find out all about this windmill a 3 it can 77. choicest varieties; Peach 80. Jag

as a compliment. As u matter of fact we next Monday for Asheville, N. C., to pioceeded to that business until 5 o'clockp. We have just received a large be used for any purpose that w'ller1)wu selected varieties: Quince 2. .

rather Ute it than otherwise. It makes it remain for some time. Miss Maudeis m.. when they adjournedxto meet next consignment of fresh Landreth'sgardeim can be put to.: When you are in town CAfn.TAO. All the above trees are iaiucnriag4 most
\ morning. call and learn all about it. It does not
i;' absolutely sure that we are on the right a very popular young lady in At 9 o'clock next morning the board seeds. take a wagon load of nnney to purchase V PAT.COPYRICt e of them in heir second ywir.

t track Starke, and )luer many fiiends will resumed its work and continued until it Trnby Sterabnrg &Co.FcElree's full to For mfones:Ion and I I be'
worth ho
though there wasn't any doubt of it.. one, hut It is: a big pocket JIUflrl S av*&. This place must seen to nppnei
to hear of her intended de completed. On motion, the names CO.l:1 D.AAT. NE
. before regret was Oldest
And. by the here is you. A : further information. apply to.
way. some- stricken from tbe' books were ordered VJlne'oj C rduJ Erery patent token out rSl* birrag netL'ur
i thing for the parture. the public bj a notice given tree cbicge la thaf
copyists to occupy their printed in the liRADFono COUNTY TELE- CEO W. YOUNG, 0 I DR. A. L. ..SCQT1

minds with: Ut them try to sell]! such Our sanctum was graced on Tues GRAPH.On and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT are Starke -. Fla. ticnttficLarzect :rneicau )H

shoes as we are offering for $1.50. Tlu-sv lay by the presence of two oftarke's motion, the board proceeded to appoint for sale by the following merchants i ia .Fla

... is a big difference the managers and clerks for. the clue circulation of any tdenUfle I. o., ;
S ; between trying and most charming young ladies, several election districts in said county Bradford county: If you are anything on your world. Splendidly )f t ? p.nmeIing'O.FrR.
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succeeding They Miss Maude Powell and Miss Emma STARKE DRUG Co., SUrke.G. subscription to the 'I'ELGr..irII we man .IxroW'be t ., In .eI'T
.30.fe nlxht
, .nay.try to fly. but it for state and county officers to, be; voted! W.'YOUXO.llampton. A4drei.Mthj < ,
can'L be done; they 'l'heir visit .* will take oats corn, fodder, pola- 'U. .".Kew York. sient.__,. brother conUUIr*
r .18Y lfWIlh tn match Itat Truby. was highly l' for October 4, 1891. JNO. A. KING: Lake Butler. "UBLRIZ : .UAY ., ".
. :-t.,' offer exacty! the smc effect-it cm't predated and we will be glad to see W. T. WEEKS, J.H.P.(,PARKER McCULLF.Y New,LaW'RiTcr.y. toe, chickens, egjjs'or anything else .-.-.. .' .. JO "HQ, .

be done. them again. 1 Clerk and Auditor. you want to turn off, and allow fill If you want a fine turnout, go to J.J.n8 :-

TRUBY. STERNKURQ & CO. Riplns Tubules_euro constipation.:: EeELREE'S WINE OF CARDUI for Weak Nenre Ripans; Tabules assist'digestion. market. price. tf J. v. AUarez & Co.'s stab'efe0 -*. K ipany Tabuta: *.are of great yaluft..1 ; .' :

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...::: FIELD GROVE AND GARDEN. I one-thirteenth of R grain of copper.in a : MS' BUDGET 21). has been issued by the .Florida state 1 i FACTS liD FANCIES. -Nothing Got A -

pound of grapes when ufed by spraying, j FORA'S board of health and addressed to all state ; .

I and many pounds of grapes would have I j and county quarantine officers and all i An old deed recorded in Pettia county

.5 to be eaten at a time by one person to: health officers and boards throughout the I A special room in the Habnemann hospital over fifty ago contains agood illustration -

Interesting Notes on Agricultiire and I J get enough to do any harm. Containing a Variety jif Itest aM state: in New York is fitted up for sick of year the legal verbiage common in

Dear Sir-Until otherwiaj ordered all Euro saleswomen. In ad- I
such Instruments in euly

Horticulture! for Florida -Mm Florida Orange In the Lea. Enter TODics p1"aujpiciona"ani Mediterranean and come ports under will b requirements consid A medieval writer on demonology d itiou to forty acres of lad tme. for a ,

c The Ohio' Merchant (Cleveland)gossips of section MmntimjReguhtioiuof t I plac the total number of devils at precisely consideration of flfiy dollars, the docu- 00 MT BEDEtlVE

as follows: state of ot Florida. The ports: 44,335,556. ment 'all and grngular-appurt- with l'aSttI. fcaameb. n4 PjantrwM.T
; Supplemented with Other Topics iu Already the tide of trtvel has turned bud besth conveys tie hands.InJlTetbe Iron.and.barn off" ; V
"A Great ed
leading trade journal assures us in and is a expressly icu in useless act appendagesadvowson8, Tbe Rising Sun Stove -
Close I Ig fast flowing sautbward. The iadeeme Yawning is not always a enances, beneft' Polish is BrUUM.nl-
Relation action
Thereto. I 'European Drbte.' and the
its last issue that the ie consumer
Florida rKBfift
orange crop g I and trains prts" and other afflic- cow houst J
.. steamship furnish good evidence J necessary in spread 01 for it often cures catarrh c commons curtiage
rapii ,
.. -- will be fully equal to last year's, 3,500- of this fact, ana every one that: epidemic cholera o the eastern an ton of the throat. cribs, dovecot casements, emoluments -

"'1 l\, Nitrate ef Hoda for Mlrmwbrrrl 000 boxes. The growers, at least some come a greater number of p\3- you a caution d to be extremely viilant. / For in the freeholds, feature furniture,

;'-.]fe A fruit-grower iu New Jersey last year: of them, say the crop will be one-third- sengers bring previous one. The Pull ore of lie ba JOSEPH Y. lOITE United three vacant chaplaincies applications .- fixtures, gardens, bomcstalls, improvements -
States over 4,000
.fertilized short of last season's. Who is right If Secretary Stat Health Ofcer, army mcsdows
t- t alternate plots of four rows in man conductors, who are good judges, By order of Duval board of have been immunities, limekiln, "Germ&Syrup"
his field with the paper is correct then the grower must that county file mines minerals orchards parks,
? strawberry citrate of sc.d10 say travel to the south is much L health, no inward bound vessel now marshes, ,
not be exorbitant in If the Ihe constitution of Louisiana permits
\ applied broadcast, at the rote of two selling. t heavier than towards the north, and the Fort island at the mouth of with pleasure ground, pigeon! house, pig-
: hundred grower is right he may ask a reasonable increase i pass George women to hold any office cannected remainders reversions,
pounds before j of the former ,
per acre, just I i very steady.1 L St. John's river without in-psctioa. Thi styes, quarries,
blossoming. The nitrate plots averaged price, but a reasonable price to the grower indications point: to a Florid"o\crflo\v public education.A rents, rights, ways, water COUrSeS, wmd-
to coastwise well :
213 quarts of berries each, and those is frequently an unreasonable one to this year. apple Heretofore a the as health to foreign officer German scientist: estiate that the mill' together with every other necessary ;
without nitrate 163 the Of Dead sea will be one solid salt and advavtageof
quarts each, a gain buyer. one thing we may pretty on the island his permitted all vessels to mIs immunity, privilege
[ of fifty quarts to the plot, or 400 quarts surely rely upon and that is, that Florida I The following appoinment! have been I enter the river and proceid to the! dock within less than 500 years. whatsoever name, nature or descrip

I per acre, at a cost of $!.50, or but little oranges in this section have grown so made by Fleming during the upon the display of "no sickness'! signal. The railroad dining cars in this countryearn tion." Justice of the Peace, George WJ -

i: more than 1 cent per quart.K..r wonderfully in public estimation that; I pat week: J. L. Skipper, of Z If. Now all vessels will be boarded and inspected more money than the sleeping and kinson, of Lowville, Murray/V

i consumers will use no others; tbe foreigner i I Fla., to be notary public for the state at by the county health"ffi :ers. Vessels baggage cars together. Cheap Barometers Minn., makes a depositionconcei
: ttrne KmnUioo. is 'a dead corpse.' With the increase large Dr. L. \Vashburnc H. A. ing a severe cold.
c ; whose masters are not kno to the The French order of the Legion of Listen to it;"
From "Horticultural Rule Book,*' by d popularity of the fruit there are Parker and W.. P. Gardener, of Ft., authorises will be rigidly inspected.oin In- Honor now has 45,000 members, of whom A plug of tobacco, by its moisture and the Spring of 1888 through*

: Professor Bailey: Soft soap,* 1 quarter extra facilities for disposal; consequently -* Myers, to be members of the Lee county spections of the ships of Clyde line and 12,458 persons in civil life. Eoftnessfwill indicate the approach of astor posure I contracted a *
: hard
soap-preferably whale oil we that the board of health are loo-c window cord will tightenup very
soap- may reasonably presume ; H. B. Lloyd, of Bron- a
one-fourth pound: 2 quarts hot water 1 cc.ming campaign, even if the crop is as I son, to be notary public for the state at Their merchants line wi not known b: S I b rigid. A town in :Michigan has a firm of grocers just before a rain, and a pair of gloves, cold that settled on my Iuns.-

pint kerosene. Stir until all are permanently I- large as last year's, will meet with better large; J. N. Ilayman, of Island: Grove, captains are to 3 relabe named "Jake and Jack" and a grog- ordinarily tight 0 the hands, will become was accompanied by excessive '
: !
mixed, and then add water until!1 results. If the crop is short there is )1' to be justice of the peace for district X O. men, will be require to fi.l out gery kept by "Jack and Jim. almost baggy on the approach of sweats. One bottle of Boa

the kerosene form one-fiftieth of the money in it for speculators and shippers." ) 9 of Alachua county; Dr. R. L. Good- of the certifying ifa to the condition: A bicyclist has been sentenced to seven bad weather.______ German Syrup broke up the ,

:, whole compound (about one galloon.) A breid, of Mayo, Bethel Hawkins, of r and freight.vessels This, crew, passengers months' imprisonment at Glashutte, Ger- night sweats, and all and leftj-

good way to make the emulsion: perma "'..rd. for Fertilizer. I Steinhatchie, and Paul Hatch, to the health officrs at the bar lq
IItch'r Address Small Bile Xew
: nent is to pump the mixture back into A number of experiments have been I Bend, be members of the cross the railroad track at some point P.an York German >>-*

: the receptacle several times with a force instituted at the West Virginia agricultural I board t health for LaFayettc; Jauies who will permit and the detain ship her to if pass if all All is just in front of the locomotive so that The St. Louis Chief of Police requires give commendation.Syrup" my most<
satisfactory not.
station to determine the fertilizing Holland, of Ocklockonee, to be notary r vessels from the the engineer was in great straits not to p the 1000 Chinese in that city to be
are prohibited catering
: _;' pump.'I value of weeds on the farm. Forty-nine public for the state at large. port with scond hand bidding, furniture kill him. photographed.<<1. 1I J -
bleb log C'ncombrrH. of the most common weeds were selected I in the United States
are now
: and household! Tere Long spells of sickness and heavy doctor bills
: A correspondent of the New York and the results"are given in the latest iiaiUdeu Organize. received goods.A at the twenty-one Jaw firm composed of bus tan prevented by using in time Bile Han I I

Tribune writes: I have given "cucumber cumber of Science. The were gathered L A meeting Tobareo.rowrrl of tobacco-growers of GatI ten of telegram the sate board of health headqtnr-in Jacksonville bands and wives, and there are about 20() ma! _ _ _
a vines a heavy mulch of coarse manure at bbout the same time and in the same den held American ladies who practice law in the There are 525,000 Congregationalists w
county, was in the court-houso announces that the recently V -
r' for a number of and failed that the f should appointed LITTLE
: years, never manner aimer gather courts or publications. in the Uniteu States.
ae Quincy a few days ago, for the pur quarantine commission of the international manage legal
to have good cucumbers ani plenty of them for compost. The chemist found I Several make incomes by
women large
of organizing the conference the boards of Go ; ,
pjse tobacco-growers twice far liver and
on a* a pills cure oftener
t'- them. I use boxes about the hill! and that each has certain I
a value
accordingto of the the law in &maU Bile Beans.
into health has
county aa association s'artei tour rf America _
having on a inspection -
after the first second its species UVEI
or hoeing on yielding nitrogen.
put phosphoric
for its object the of the of the stations in A million dollar
tobaaco the
mulch, and leave the boxes until the acid and potash, the mineral values of r quarantine One of the fastest voyages from Chins sugar refinery i to be

.- vines are even with the top. If possible which have been computed. raising industry and the interchange United States. It is composed of Drs. to New York was made in the summer of:( built at Brooklyn, N. Y. .iq

the mulch is applied after a heavy ruin. The conclusion is that weeds if properly information relative to tbe proper preparation McCormici, of Kentu k Baker, of 1880 by the steamship Glenogle of the To aid Digestion take Small Bile Bean PILLS

: In this way I am practically independentof composted should be worth f 9 GO of the tobacco for market and I Michigan, Bryce, of Ostnno, W Its in, of Glen line of Glasgow, which arrived from alter eating. 25c. per OD._

: tho advantageous di!posal of the same NessHampshire, Lame, of California or Amoy in days. The fastest: .1)0 50T GRIPE SOB
droughts and the vines retain their per ton. This value is computed on a forty-six There were 1500 railroad accidents in siciL-
bearing quality racst of the summer. water free basis, while the farmer will I A permanent organization was tffc:cd,, Vanas: of Mexico, and Holt or Solomon, time was by the Glenshiel of the same Xew Jersey last year. 8nr, er. Icr SICK
officers elected and committee of Louisiana. ACHE boptliwl ._
a appointed These gentlemen will line I
Little or no hoeing is needed, and the about 50 -forty-three days. rcuoa,torpid gland*.
ordinarily gather cent of r -. Tbcf t
to draft constitutiou anJ make Constipation cured by Small Bile lieans. -
a .
land is in by laws. a thorough iuvestigat'oa of Florida's !- sinS vrguu. rrmow (wuM.xlrex.
excellent condition for the water in the total weight. witty writer has observed with much Marical rfltct
: next year'* crop. But iris argued that if the farmer The now tobacco in the barns crop of the present! year is coast qmrantine stations. truth that every man is, in a sense, three The nutches made yearly are woith -3 ners bilious tod bladder.o>Cass] '

properly removes the weeds from his rendered backward, except I sml portion different men. In the first place he is 8185,000,000. t; OO order*.nerroti E
land and roadtides by a planting Wratfarr Crop Ilbiletlu.Bul'etiu the man he thinks himself to be in the rtl DAILY ACIlOX->
Careful thereby decreasing
< Assorting Pays. The FOR thin Blood, Weakne .
Impure or *
planters now busy stripping the
I The Farm, 'ield and Stockm gives the annual production and continued I leaves from the stalks and making them Xo. 26 of the weather bureauof second place, he is the man other persons rut.:rungla! Indicstlon and Bilioa Yal. blood.iteantlfy Pcwar complexion VEcrrABtr. by pirIfij..,(,,,

advice on the subject of picking, assorting presence of the same, that if he thus relieves inot The I the United States department of agriculture think him to be; and, finally, he i take Brwn's Irn gives ftrnh The dose i I.rtcrlj idjiutcd to suit! ea ,u on*ifS Mi ]
fhands. old feel
sooa be making persons young- Der betAo inurli-Ec!>vial
crop contain42earrMlaiHtt'
; packing and shipping fruit to mar his land of the trash, giving more ready for the market, and it wil expected<< prepared: by co-operation with the man that he really ia. persona strong; l.le't te & : pocket like lead pencil linftinrgn man's(
the Florida eorTmttnre. Taken .
weather service bised taiier t&an
ket, and states that most fruit men are room for good, clean grass, places upon from indications, that the ; upon A canvasser while in Washington, Me.,, All ci">u>. r oo4. bear"Ciwerot.tucw. "lalilnwhre. -..
method of
present plapt In IKa using
lully aware of, that careful sorting always his cultivated ground the hunuus that it t will reap a rich reward for their toil I forty-threWeports, of which thirty-three was surprised to find six successive house Bnel deT-e a Send 2-rent ttamp.You get 3S page book T&MOB.

pays, and adds, by way of enforcing would not otherwise receive, and thus and trouble. are from rjsgular correspondents and ten hods! in which no newspapers were wea\ng. ._. HA.HEB MED1CIKE CO..Si. Lou1 Ui..
: utilizes all such matter has hitherto from local newspaper correspondents, and A Matter of Life or Death.
4 this truth that a box of small berries as taken, and upon calling at tho next
will sell bc'ter: than a mixture of small gone to waste upon his farm and in his representing twenty-six counties of the house asked the reason, and was informec 1 Do you know that the state of the blood nm- AN ASTONISHING ,-
A Strict Watch Is the of -
tt and large while the large size brings ditches and road*, the compost would be At.Fernandina Dr.at Fernaudina. state, is as follows: that not n member of the six families or ning your in your health"tlns? This is a cause most important your!ickne mat TONIC FOR
J. L. I .
: raised by these issues llor-ey is Riinfall-The rainfall was badly distributed ter.although overlooked by people who show WOME
: k:. double prices if carefully picked over profitable to the could either read or write. :
full:} value of the material maintaining a most rigid surveillance o tall being generally excessive in the a great deal of good sense otherwise. Your Mc '
and dry
all the as
computed -
ones removed. The the The Burmese blood has to be kept .or whole system
.. inward-bound craft at that women are importantperonages pure
smaller size sells for more than they to be worth to him $9.60 per ton., < port. western and deficient in the eastern gradually becomes a wreck. four very little
Fernandina his no direct trade with any I counties of the state, excepting the they play a great par to check disea-se and correct the state of the
would if mixed with large ones, and the Point( foreign port; all tramp steamers arriving counties of DeSoto. northern in their household. They choose their: blood if the matter is taken up in time; but it
or PearGrowers.A Clay, partof WINE
larger one\ Lring higher prices if the there come vis soma other American I Lake own husbands, and divorce them when co.ts a great deal and is often imjio-,-ible. if OFCARD
French horticulturist port. central of
smaller has perceivedthatwhenever part HilUborough taken up after disease ha gained "io'lhol ,
ones are from them
This separated a fruit-pear, for instance Dr. Horsey has notified all h 'sphate and the southern part of Volusii, where they like, retaining their own propertyand : IOU are troubled Ich.
: insertion as to small sizes: may: there ) all they hare earned they at lib Skin Disa-
to are RheumatiiD
not bear close rested upon some branch or other support shippers promptly give him the the precipitation seemed to be sufficient ; mor Malaria
investigation. beneath it, that fruit always grew to names of al vessels chartered by them to in amount and satisfactorily distributed. erty to marry again when widows. are di- Pmples&rtu. diseases. Catarh.1"t'evr.Erp

< load at port. Us then traces these Excessive rains vorced. tions or any other disorders resulting
H large size. The support given to the injured rice ia Frmklia
Dr. S.t1.
I.I me a. PrenerTatlve. pure wnte at once to Parsons.
It is uit permits the sap-vessels of the tem to versels up in both the British and American county; cotton in Liberty, Colubil Jefferson Chillian money is of very little intrinsic 'a\annah. Oa. His Blood Purifier ia wonderful
know how surely as much consequence to remain open, and tbe fruit can receive Maritime Registers and notes all I and Walton;canepotatoes and pea; value just now. It U simply sinai I rmllJ.and only costs one dollar per [
bottle. for
to fruits and stamp pamphlet containing
keep vegetables abundant the ports touched at by them beforethey in Walton and E of The maker of each
nourishment nbiacorn Walton .
.. : as it is to know how to them ;; tags pasteLoar. a lot of private and valuable i nformati Dr
I and produce William Saunders gives the following arrive at any American port; hay iu Waltm, Escamb: und Bradford;; bg on sum for which he i Swilling Parsons Female Regulating Pl are very effi
yearly more and more thouaht and
attention bestowed formula for a white-wash for pear trees, All vessels bound for Pernldina developed weeds in Franklin, retarded to redeem it, and uses it as cash cadous Write to him dely.

their arc It on the subject that of One peck fresh lime, four pounds flour of either directly or indirectly farm labor in many sertbns and inter. It passes from hand to htnd as money, Our old reliable e>e-w ater cures weak or inflamed I Strengthens the Weak Quiets tfct. i

ij preservation. appears? experiments sulphur. Slake with hot water. Add I infected port, wi be ordered to proceed fered somewhat with the phosphate industry and in timp comes back to the oiinalprduc I eyesor granulated lids without pain. Nerves Monthly :
ia France have shown that I ; I'nceiic.John R.Dickey Drug Co,Pnstol Va Relieve i
fruits and vegetables: ttored under ordinary one ounce of purest carbolic aciJ in solution immediate'y y the quarantine station is Nassau county; IJ vented r, whose duty it is to pro ptlJ --.-r Suffering and Cures '.,

to each gallon of whitewash.A on Sip lo island. Tie doctor also planting and sowing in Hernando and redeem it. .
conditi ju!, but heavily t _. lime, will resist decay for a long time. gives his I was A place for "visiting babies" at the DISEASE. ,
:1 Potatoes layered in lime kept for fourteen experience in pear growing in Texasand, I .I to arrvt and the piot deliver : insufficient for the needs of the oil gen- Chicago World's fair is under consideration 1YkiJp offiso1 ASK YOUR

I. months and were in as good cndition as after having tried many varieties con- these vessels at se. emily in Brevard, uplands cf Lake andgreatc'r and a space is iikely to be reserved $1.00 PER BOTLE.
that the IvieiTer is the This is done for two reasons-first, to of for CHtA'OOG PED. CO.CbattanosgmT :
t a--. when duj. Beets, onions apples,grapes cude best. lesays part Hillsborough; streams, near the woman's building, on .
I: J and quinces, similarly treated well i this pear: "The Kiiffer ; prevent the pilots from boarding vessels ponds, and lakes in Yolusia, Hillsborougb which a house may be erecte for this
t1 for kept proven more profitable with me than all and, second, to save the vessels the expense : and Lake, where, in the last named, the Nurses care for
but : .
varying period, all for several I purpose. Unlike the Dutch Process
of double
other varieties I have pilotage. There is not lakes are the lowest for
sufficiently testedto seven years. children be in the mother
months !
;_1._ longer than they would have dune I wi charge
likely to be infection introduced
ordinarily. pronounce upon. If my Kieffers have any i in was insufficient for surface root plants will get and, with Alkalies

t The lime keeps moisture ever blighted at all, it was very slight.All Florida either at Fernandina or through] Lee county, and for gardens in Calhoun, calm con-ciences, enjoy the tour of the (Z?& ,

the fruit from away absorbing uop1ca, prevents ;ant- other varieties that I have had for g; of the St. Johns. where in some places turnip and cabbage ground unhindered. OtherIirn1ciit'f' ?

odors and destroys microbes that numlcr ef years have blighted, and that seed failed to germinate. The rainfall

have found a resting place any the skinor badly. The deep and sandy soils are not Scheme to Reclaim Florida Land was beneficial to oranges in DeSoto and Better Still. ,. arenedIntb -

.- about the stem. This is upon a preventive L adapted to pear growing. Pears do far: A Cincinnati dispatch to a New York Polk comlie: ; to pastures in Escambiaand preparation of
within the reach (.f all, and much: better on our stiff prairie soils. For the piper says: Beyond all question the irrigating i. Walton; to pastures and potatoes in Tutter-While I was fishing the other \ W.BAKEB&CO.'SleaiMCocoaj)

cheaper than cold storage. first few years the pear should be thoroughly scheme being pushed iu Fl.:rrda Jefferson, Yolusia, Orange, Le., Polk day, I saw two fish come and bite at .

cultivated like all other young by a number of capi'.aliits: cf this city, and Lake; to cane in Jefferson, Lake and my hook at the same time.up I B

,. rinm Mork orchard trees. After it comes into bearing Philadelphia and New York is to be the. Calhoun; to peas in Orange, DeSoto Jagway-Tbat'a nothing. I came '""tit .
i it should be allowed to to greatest Jforth America has ever seen. and Lee to fruit in Orange and ;
'i Professor Bailey in hu bulletin on native go ; home from the the other night in 1 which "
':t' plums and cherries, says that the or if cultivated at all with the i It is exclusiitfiy a private enterprise conducted Yolusia; to rice in Lee and De- two cabs.--Life.A cub. ENJOV pure and ab.oKI"1 ] .

lyrobolan plum has been long used i in should be early in the season. Late cultivation by a stock company that his no Sato; to grapes and pears in Clay; to Both the method and when t I b' .J llth&smorfthanthreettmit' '
L II late and bonds to float no stock to sell, lemons in Lee to in rult ; ,- : I j tao itrenyth of Cocoa mixed
this country an a stock for plums, but. causes growth, this late no mort ; gardens Midison ; PORTLAND (Me.) man has invented Syrup of Figs is taken; pleasantand H'1th Starcc,
that except on the Pacific coast it appears growth is much more subject to blight gages to negotiate. At present it is onlya plno planting in DeSyti; peanuts in bicycle engine which he a the i 'Sugar,and is Arwt mr e o..
taste and
;1 to be falling into disu-c, ns it dwarfs the t than wood that was ripened up early in big land syndicate, but it may develop Like; haying in Lake and Sumter. Precipitation the will refreshng t acts comical,c0tn7le than one ceC I ep"
? propel at a speed far the It is &
into tbe eiant 'cyci greater promptly on delcous ad
Kidneys nOuhg
tbe surrar of the
; scions. The endeavor to find someone season. monoPJl ranged from .02 of an inch at than that our fastest trains. Liver and Bowels _
,'- to take its place hts resulted in popularizing world. The comp"jny an existence Juyers, Lee county; to o 4U inches at passenger cleanses the sys DIGESTED.Sold by Grocers eierjnhtrt.
the !Iari"nna.hich KLYIXG FOXES. for months, and through its Clermont, Like county.TemperatureTh tem effectually, dispels colds, headaches .
partakes has DAlru'hr Shaken by the Wind w.BA &CO.,Dorchester,MaaCHOLERA
i; largely ol the Myrobolan.: It appears to My first introduction to a family of agent secured at a few cents an temperature was Do not vibrate to the passing wind fever and cures haMtu

hnve gone largely into varieties, and tbe l lfruit flying foxes afford me an agreeable sur- acre tract of land on the St. J(hns about normal for the state. It was too Ithan weak nen'eibrte to the more slightest read constipation. Syrup of Figs '

which is either yellow: or red of l jric writes young correspondent. IbaJ and Indian rivers eightythreemiles high to the injury of crtain crops m noi,or other trivial cause of their only remedy of its kind ever pro te

various shades is round and cherry-like, associated; them, belonging to the long and from three to six miles Liberty and Franklh. counties (where ance,which would b disregarded by diturb duced, pleasing to the and
acceptable -
with a depression the base in b U do with wide. It has three feet of rich muck and, cotton was injured), Oice)la and Orange orous. That benignant tonic t
varying family as they an idea ofepulsiveness Hoteter's to the
____ it is estimated Stomach in
will be worth 100 an counties and with an excess of rain injured lter strengthens prompt
: from that of a r and through i its
,6iz3 large chery to an inch they arc not repulsive the digestion, action and truly beneficial
thus its
: 'and a half in diameter. It grows rcidily at all. On the -, they acre when drained. )1e surveyor have cotton in Walton county. It was remedies their super-seneitivencsd.; Malaria m

from cuttings, and the readiness with a attractive with prettily contrary shaped are1', been at work some preparing plans, beneficial to crops g'n ra ly, especial j to kidney cured and liver complaint and constipation efect prepared only from the most Its Origin and History; "
are the
_; which it unites in grafting with several dark, bright eye and sharp muzzles, and it being the intention to drain in sections, plin's, vegetables gardens ld in Biter healthy and agreeable substances, its -rrs-_ f

I species of plums! bas made it popular: as a graceful bodies with soft jellow- so that a part of the land may be available Lake, Polk, Lee, Escambia. Yolusia, Some of the African tribes pul their fnger I many excellent qualities commend it fPREVENTIOt
co'eT' next spring. The entire cost of the Sumter, Hernando, DeSto Oceola till the joints crack as a form all and have
stock. The Myrobolan also grows from i h-bro\vn hair. Xo flying fox is ever ; to t made it the mostpopular !

.-u- cuttings but not often to a profitable extent seen without his overcoat, in the improvement is estimated at $ ,OJOOOO, peas and grapes in Clay, and to fodder i FOB DySpsa Indigestion, and Stomach remedy known.

:T while the Mariunna is more success- of a wide, tcxblt folded ihap, and two years the time necessary to com Lake county.SunshineThe. drer us Iron But rs. Te Best Syrup of Figs is for sale in '

/ful. when he (,ineli- wing solitude plete the the land entire will work. As fast as prepared sunshine, while al>out and strengthens, the the muscles.system,cltaI te Bo and $1 bottles by all leading 50 CU.-
he about him phnter in sugar the average for the stae. was irregularly ic for weak and debilitated *
wraps It is believed persons. gists. Any reliable An interesting Pamphlet mailed to
cane. that druggist who *
on reclaimed distributed. it any
and was
rumuirr J'rnniiix ot Gri p.-.. he&t all, and thus shuts out the pry gen- The thermometer been
''f-- The practice of pruning grapes during u orld. That he prefers to spend his swamp enough suar can be raised to erally injurious to rice, cotton and hay- invention of Galileo ba I'M. proven to beth may not have it on hand wi pro dress on receipt of Stamtx

summer, cayi.the Fruit Journal, las been life l in hanging position-head down- ply the whole of forth America. sup ing. It was exc< ssive to the injury of cure it promptly for any who Dr. L H. HARRIS, Kttsbnrga,FaSMUBptlTe

:'i- much reformed of late yearsand tbe vine su-pended by the strong hooked claw farming will be indulged in to some extent plants in Lee county. Elsewhere it The Only One Ever Printed. wishes to try it Do not accept any -

1 gro'weusadviee its entire abandonment.: in which his legs end-is nobody's business and on the higher knolls small fruits. proved ,generally beneficial to fruits, There C"Tot FIJ.D TIE WORD? substitute. :

There is but his own and it doesn's The improvement will have almost revolutionary vegetab'es! and haying, especiilly in this i this a 3-inch display advertisement in I It
_; .1 an advantage to be gained: by as long as << ppr. week. wnich has no two CALIFORNIA FIG II
: pinching out the )point of a fruiting give him a rush of blood to his head, and effect on Florida and will commercially Lake, Poik Madison, Volusia, Sumter, each one word. The same i tre wori SAN SYRUP CO. I > and people I II

; shoot two or three joints! hbove the he like- it, there's nothing to be said in the line of suu: affect the Hernando! and Clay counties. DiIlarter new one Medicine appearing Co. each Tbis week house Tt KY.-FRANCISCO. CAL I who hv weak lone or Anfc-1 '.
it. Detroit whole world. Crops-Truck gardens are "Crescent" LOUBV/U. I H.Y. I m*.ibonM BM Flio'i Car*for |
bunch, if done early so that tbe portion igaiust -[ Free Press. being pre on everything they make and I .
4 removed is a'mere point displaced br the pared and planted for the fall crop in of publish-the word Look and for it send will them the name CoMompUoa.BMatf ft It bM kas not cured Injor I '

VBt finger and thumb. This tends School Census. DeSoto, Lake, Madison, Bradford and BEAUTIFUL return you BOOK, dona U U not bad to taka | -
to check or SAMPLES
A Remarkable LTnOGJPBS ] it U UM best
Eseape. cough
The school census of Florida is taken rRE ymp.
Hernando counties.
I the longitudinal growth for a time, and Harvesting and gold svsnwbu.. retgA2' -
every four years, and was formerly taken continues in Sumter J. S. PARKER. X.Y Bie13efsj.Sniall
has a tendency to strengthen the fruit corn ; grams heavy not call on Fredonia .says: hal CONSUMPTION.
_;. stalk. Wilke-barre, Penu., a miner UIItlThoma by the tax a'seSSOf. The last census and awaiting cutting in Escambia; reports lies e Hall's you Ca'arrh Cure$10-1 will reward cure any, for case I b-

f.: So far, this is well; no harm is dote to ,Conlan. fell from the top of the was taken in 1688. This year, under the from Walton county state that coro, cotton eatarrh.Va..-;nr.-bad." Write him for par

::4' the growth of the plant, but when the hoisting shaft of the Woodward breakerto new law, it was taken by the school supervUors cane, potatoes and hay will b' short. tculr Sold Druggists, Toe.DTSPEPSIA. the bottle. Price 25c.
ehoot is allowed to extend two or more the ground, a distance of 253 feet, under the supervi'ion of tho Cotton decreased to half 1 yield in Es impaired dlon. weak ical Sold by druggist Econom

i feet, and then all of it removed to..within and was nt hurt except for a broken different county Rupenntendeats. The cambia and from one-fifth to one-sixth .relieved.tol&chand constipation Wl b intatl .

two or three leaves or joints of the arm and a few bruise His fellow- growth of the youth of Florida, numerically yield i in Columbia. Outlook for oranges D1 1tb's P cent.bx ......SS.Q.... .....-.-..-.'.-.

;: fruit, a great injury has been done. fii plo\es, who expected to sec. him i is phenominal The number in attendance reported good in Sumter, Lake and Brad If afflicted with sore eyes u'e Dr. JocThnmp R1PANSTA9ULESrIIJS nouiaoh. liTtr ktweto.,

Vineyards have been destroyed for the crushed Ithe dreadfuliolence of his schools in 1853 ford counties, but poor ia Orange county s.n':Lye-water.Draggtstj.sell at pr a ?AA l'urtfv tectSL the The blo..d. lire safe and ef J. _

I season, ani the crop lost by summer fall on lock, were".toundetl tote was 113,647 ((white and colored); the ; grapes and pears are ripening in Clay, I. : medicine b or gtnersl"r.. :

pruning which involved the removal of him rise and say that he thought his arm census of 192 gives it at 144,017-an increase : and Hilisborou h reports mangoes and Indigestion Cured S VrtS
a large quantity ol active was broken.-[Xew York Journa'!. of 30.370 in four eirs.. Of this I limes being shipped. Flies, hornets and of ?'". 3t>a al nl"Lo__ -.- IMI.M"5 H.C.DLJ _
: foliage thus oi,
I hiCulIlio Pimpl FAllow .
number 79,669 were white, while 64,348 i Italian bugs are troublesome in 441 Lave for years been : ( 1 t.iabuIi _
t .; completely checking further growth for some 9 C- C"plxi"u To j'eCt. snag
ee _
the 1 ear. \ .DOG'S IIIGII OFI'ICE were colored, or I difference of tions the latter killing many cattle. troubled with distress in .sppom by the ctomscb.!i'er or tt hr.pn. COINC-TO SUILDif':
: .50
14,321 in favor of the white youth. mystomahandfnd.; I"ron r pr.r.'r fUlrkot J"Df'ten' : Send for .
The Xcw York oo.er-tiD t ,eontalnlnfr *
works Wufntfll'.t3Ig
With gas hoar This is remarkable as it 1-as been com When Machinery In Order. tion.Then I took eobo<;Prjc.5y &byttg :i bottM5c.a. some desI ? IlOfPXI_ _
rl rafng VoUon directors a TI mPA Ad. JIODEitN
roceutly appointed a dog a.assistant I S CI; uoU3a.6juroaJw3y.i.wT<
Ho's the e .tkeRtS fr.UC.,1S .
believed 't'T.
From the monly that the race was Srpa :
Country.Gentleman negro ant.o
: \Jn .. .
us of its works and :
ing arsenites, copper and other poisonous truly fuperint'ntent is. His name is a rapidly on the inrrease. In 1837 the Engineers judge of the condition of efe was gave srs .0.-. X IT .- Thirtr.ML; _

; substances for destroying the Jcent number of white scholars exceeded that their machinery by the tone it gives out gct elf ITJSADCT\-oaOWPTOQ--
minute he relief ami
Deauty made his at and I family to>rc tfarbpst .
r ; insects which infest plants, the dircctior."should : the works some months appearance, 'to pf the colored only 1,875; this gives an while running. Every engine, whether .without that terrible dis-cat vaIneoryourmoney.mizr Erono* W..DOnU..G.LA..S,:.l
ago refuing increase of white colored' children locomotive has ""m.-adr. m your footwear br ar.
be borne in mind between thE over stationary or a particulartone tre-s. I eba.iu
go away on any condition He has a : W.LiougIasr.boes.
size of these in eight of 13,246. Leon of its the becomesaccustomed night and am in rood rv }altrewelat which '
L and large animals curious habit years county own; engineer nerl I represent ISo bes t '

: man. *As a rule the smaller the animali 01 rats and mice,about besides the building catching<< al compelling thE- das the largest number- of pupils, the to that, and any departurefrom L"which i AM.thank'Vs.JOOD'S SARSAPAI value t IboQnd fp!\yil prices testify.rnr.t n.ked. at $ 3 S H 0 E FOI't. ,

the more reduced in corresponding quantity a stranger to give up his portable total number aggregating 10,0\0. This it at once excites a suspicion that lerrck street.Lwel Massflood's IE srnSTITCTE. GEHTLEf
is the amount of poison quadrennial census is more all is not right. The engineer may not
required before
For example, tbe minute insect whicr property departing.-Chicago ways than one. It Is the basis of the distribution knoW .is the matter, he may have ousnessjauadicc Pills cur and liver sick ills hca,'coastipat ioj- THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE
I lathe. _,
4 entrts iLc CJiHx, (it! au apple it about em1c. of the interest accruing annually no ear for music, but the change in tone Try them- -,. .5 aenulneSwdhor.f5ftfr-fl not rtp.flne caZ

t 200,000; times smallr by.weight; than t. from the funds invested as obtained from I of his mahe will be instantly _1/1 ay aDXtllte ever 5txbie sold more rmfonie.Ut and di. .

7 : full grown man. The quality of poison New A GOSPEL barge, the gift of a wealth the site L school land and the ona mill tible, instantly prcep Young '- :A C3t from Si U to. A t p. Eus ccm. "''"'

f :_ required would be so small as not to have Yorker Church to Bishop Walker to the state tax required to be levic 1 by the will start him on an immediate investigation. Molher!XWe -. jTja* ruy ad and duraaie Haad.scwcd.fineeaifiho,uoet ever sold at ,.. Tbe J :
Episcopal of North Dakota is to flue the prl '
,, the State for school St. Louis '
slight*et effect on any person. A be purposes. The census -[ Gobe-Democrt. ._( J .ae\ Iprtf. hocsecstJEgfrom$3toli. -*- j-
launched at Bismarck 0 lic3 Shoe, **
soon. It ia $ worn V UoO'
: to ,. and
single drop cf the gives the uumb of in the stite of tart :
liquid commonly used be called the ) Missioner lUnd v" vA e' want a good bearr taif.Ih ..,extension cd
would contain only a thre-thou-andtb for Christian lsour and used school age at 42, << if mutes 130. THE rapid growth of the habit ot sobriety Safety_ & easytowkd oO Fine will ketp the f<*'dra"w.r-.cf,I"P-- i
: taIfS'.Ljand ,
towns '
and 2 "
i part of n :"'1&:1fil':< I end. many such drops along the Missouri for camps For these unfortunates an excellent and temperance ia one of the char- Li/uJ. U ':11 J will tve mo wea too money taaa any otT "

... would be needed to produce .ny effect than 500 It is a distance of feet mon in school is provided at St. Augustine. Of acteritic of American railway service, MOTHER'S FRIEND They logmen axe bare made found this. To Iccreasios sales abOW'_.' ,

". on a man. Tfite.ltangiuary dagger i* ref length mie. ninety-three the total number enumerated 19,793 are use intoxicants becoming more -- BOYS'. *: *4i.d out. .' 81.75 Sebeel-
:- 'duct"!d,-nothing: by the washing of The twenty-five feet in breadth. half orphins, 2,933 have neither father and more the exception although it is Bob Confinement of its #' wr by tae hors enrwlire. Thi"I -,

f .J'aI.c..:''' ... .. > .. Bishop hop_.with this barge nor moth a. Surely Florid has sid to be the rule in the'.English service. falu,Horror andJBtik. abe L titoe*sold a t prices.flaud-Sowea, ,
.:;(7S' .. church, to people who .4 A D I E S' s o.SW
;III-o-\ many coul something to proud of in itj It was a subject fcr comment ia ac -4 v Ji riT boes*> tf<4VWV O IiKi"5f C* ** .
not otherwise divine b AGobUo"MM.eePlead"t SoU or One .
attend desired.
fate C.a are
: in this
connection that ael English The .
{ school railway publication recently thai -- forcible 'U
it ito bs system W afterward usual in fl a The $3 '
-. 1 theus&of;: sulphate (If copper is less din used for gnerl Christian the 3,000 laborers who were employed icchanging .! ith.l C. e'c'EE :?: -',- -.--- uboes f.1 1& to$ Ladies equas '. '. ;
mlu in .
; work of _
_ kind region callj tat by exorcM. 4.eAToctwear tre i=djns til's oct vi '. ?
f Rerous, requiring about ten times as much for. Bishop e"cf Walker ; Order la Florida. the grade of the.Great"'(.ster t gg>*nvddLpor cci; -s---- ..-'--- -- -- .--". so' **_\l> vIO!.v3ewar9 of<*eaJers sobstitntJ
to produce; poisoning. Professor Van refuses t give the Railway were not allowed 2Bl5r 1 Bhroe and
Under the head of to ASK Dou leprKuUD .
"Cholera Restric
of the refrt IAIDBE1ATOB CO. ruRW. L I Such ;
Sljko (,f Geneva station found .name giver; saying only that he i ia i" themselves DOUGLS' SHOES s'aetW I' ,
thy only tions" the following circular tfo. during working hour .TL, If: Eel r.p' Una by law to andRlj
man with interests ( wih Ot
.nunv i the AVeot. .' ofi3l anything stronger than oatmeal wanted. Postage fre.'UI place give"IDd 4Iree ta Fa.tor. atatlac kind..*!**'
j .
--r .. ; I )!!i1 e ae pxc..lYe dealers a. Va
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