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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 28, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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I T VOL. XIV. i STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY.. OCTOBER 28. 1892. NO. 19 .




Tom, says she. And smre enough A 1 1 THE INDIAN SUMMER. maker who artist show the to Sirs. Ghomley she BETTER THAN. PURE GLQ
Involuntarily I winced, feeling that the ( was an ), t CSht you go -
A DARK SECRif was. turned on me. awkward inquired, finally.He For love and wealth, fan*, and health
autumn the lastgift. pre-Rphelt p
Bright days, dying party
"She'd of year's
plenty at command I high
money rose and tried to laugh graces young figure, pleased the stood for a moment in the Mankind ba
amount of .
any pluck and what does she
"Evidently told ia his
his hat
your with
critical sense of this undemonstrativeand ool. dark room, Era was driven
do but inc
goes and bribes that sneaking has had a Depressing effect,"I said. Like fruit garneredup bj careful
I horsedealer fellow Brown to bny her a tae go outside now and try to walkit rp; rather har young man to an astonishing hand, locking down. With Adam from the garden fair

I horse. He bought her one and they kept off.* 9 stay I nor, like impatient swallows, lift To be sure, he had i a 'Yes." To straggle throCgl a world of core.

The Story of a Tragic it dark. But this didn't come out till Alone and in the darkness I would Your wings to bear you soft Southern way, given Mrs. Branscombe a promisenot Mrs. Branscombe reflected after he hadgone The forces these

afterward, you must know, sir. The meet think over what I bad just heard. Alone lands. t to obtrude any attentions upon her that he was the only man she had That ever plea,
was at ( owley's; a fox was found in and in darkness! How did those could have said that without
Winlow Willows. truly inexperence charge. ,But he reflected mown who : That make for mortal happiness
Life Drama. grand old sly boots words describe
own condition!
my These fallen leaves I
tread with
scarce aRemembering attentions. ignoble. Who
he to was not to being gets the not
proved, and us ring two It pay frt i
gave a or before was\ evident there was no farther information % aCCI3t
the catastrophe happened. My mind to be gathered from the ex- pang, At all events and however he may have Though lacldng a rest;

S was occupied only with my work, and I huntsman. In point of fact, perhaps a their kindly summer squared the matter with his conscience, "Felicia I My poor child! Run for And happy he whoe'er he b

never gave another thought to Miss Har. there wai no more to learn. God knows she he accepted the half hesitating invitation the doctor, some one! Quick 1 Quick 1 Whom with all these the gods shall bless.

BY E. M. DAVY.CIIAPTEK greave when I saw she didn't show up at it was enough! But even then, as I How here the muc of the thrushes ) ''Miss Felicia extended to him to enter, There is no time to 'lose. There-put 1 have no wealth
the meet. Now this is the story of how tramped along the unknown road that Though wither, rg : invitation dear Mine. Cloze
it all which may w an for which her timid glance her don genty. My No love, no health
happened, I heard from more starless night, my passion had somewhat
XV. than one eye-witness, sir. cooled, and I felt I mi ht hive pitied not fade. I seemed to appeal to the placidly smilingphysiognomy -you are arE you? How- And jet count me truly blest.

IN A HUNTIXO COUNTRY. "The master had ridden his horse at avery Georgie had it not been for those damn The rocks, so cold and bare to other eyes, I of Mme. Cloze for support. hoW did this happen? Ob, happy we a? we can be,

Sleep being entirely out of the question large and deep drain, when Miss ing words of Little's, beneath which such Are written o'er and o'er; and, I read, He spent a half hour in !Iu. Brans- I But the poor old French lady, with a No more sha bitter strife embruta u
Hargreave appeared suddenly, from subtle meaning lurked-"Miss Hargreave, a combe's charming and Vanished( front piece and shaken nerves, For after
astir
: Old
:I ,was early packed my portmanteau heaven knows old friends on either hand arise, drawing-room jd
and joined Hawks at the break where, riding at a very sir, rode on. Good. God! would the sne bid me on onward Godspeed. the rest of the day he was somewhat was utterly unable to tell a lucid story."Mrs. Of fights and tears.We've .
great pace. She gave a shout of laughter tones of his voice, the of his Ad my cue
fast table, he imagining the while that I expression and his cases absorbed him .Branscombe pieced such information
they she pensive perhaps got a hired maid su't us.
him the say, as set her horse also at face as he uttered them, ever cease to t
merely meant to accompany to a shade less than usual. might be from her historic
the I
place, close on the master's heels. uaunt me? tocthet a -Detoit Tribue.
\ station. to de. Too close, for the Squire's horse, though This, then, was the a few For onward still through autumn days I About a week later he was bidden to phrases, between the sob, and the short, I II
On tip-stairs excuse stor
, tt parture my to way G orgie I encountered my Mrs. he took the leap all right, in struggling seasons ngo, *h fd. which the toil, acombined fair and lawn party given in pertinent answers of the footman, who I

'! Armstrong. She appeared on the look- up the opposite bank fell backward into sporting world! Though storms may break on homesteads I the delightful grounds of' one of the increasing stood, very white, before her, with the. PITH AND! POINT

'.:t, out for me. the water. Her horse carried her over When a certain Mr. and M. Dudley white with snow; number of fashionable women sleeve of Jm coat torn. .

The mistress has getten a sick head safe enough, but in so doing kickedthepoor took up their abode in Though wint Death should lay me in the who felt that Dr. Houghton was the The coachman had been instantly _
& ache an' does na wish to be distorbed," Squire-Good Lord! will any one and the huntingmen, who were so cordial I The mother tongue is probably the
medical who had killed.
who'was out that day ever forget it?- w.th Jack Dudley in the field, wished only man really ever
/ she said. Hold hard sir My soul, a migrant bird, would heavenward understood their and constitution. "Who shall I for m'dam1 Dr. language of Mars.-Statesman.
But I'm going from home for three ; I haven't quite done yet. their wives and mothers to cal upon his case go ,
days, Airs. Armstrong" It's no secret I'm confiding to your keep wife, they inquired first, was she?" go. This iady was a widow and had some advantage Houghton asked one of the servant's Generally a slow match A, bashful

I'i "Weel\ ,spr.jmt: that's ne news. She ing-the whole field vouched for the "Lester Hargre.ve's daughter." Beatrix L. Tollemache. or disacvantage over the voices out of the confusion. young man's courtship.-Drake's Magazine. -
truth of it Miss Hargreave, sir, Why, M. F. H. in the
tolled me so herseu. _" every kingdom brilliant young as regards ate. Felicia, when Houghton arrived, hall .
;:; Edna had done this-she had made the rode on would remember the tragic tale the very A MAN OF But who after knew of hour later had not opened her
AMBITIONS.BY yet
an wouldn't
God bless her! "Good God! She did not know-she moment the name was spoken. And how al anything I's a q-ieer man who rather
to me.
t1d way"Caii easy I neither see wife nor Miss could not," I burst ont, as a cold, creepy the news would spread! tho fact? To .intents and purposes, eyes. After an a ony of suspense in the his oats than his corn?.-Philadelphia -

rid Lynton, then?" my sensation almost paralyzed tha: words Need I wonder any longer that no call EVELYN THORPE. Mrs. Chomley was a young woman. silent room he raised his head with whitelips. Times.A .

ocr upon my lips, ers came to ? There of the fact in .
, .' "Nn. Ye justcamm. Langdale Grange Need I .was a c'nscioUnes
- :iOia "That's just the worst part of it, sir. .wonder now what Edna Lynton meant ES, I shal do what I An prize: fight is called a "mi" be- j
: '....::1 The carriage was announced, and we the smile with which she detained this "A complicated fracture. opera-
, { I'm afraid she did." when cause the other fellow topul 1
e. lIet off. Hanks, roticin < my bag, askedan she tried all woman could to dissuade can Felicia, said rising celebrity at her side. ion may be necessary. i }
explanation, audI told him I intended "Impossible! cried I, stalling up in me from this fatal marriage? :' MBranscomb ,looking cold handsome "Oh 1" Baltimore American.
A Houghton's
It'tleit my excitement. "No -woman in her Fool! Blind, infatuated dupe that I eyes doctor
going us far as York, adding, vaguely, Houghton There who tire
: are men
a wandeied a little from her face Mrs. Branscombo felt though vengeance tbeselve
that I had heard of a horse forsale there.I senses- had been to sell my liberty for the sake ofa he away a
deemed it wisest to tnuke no mention of But I was interrupted by the door of beautiful face and-Mammon! -.t .r' though were aware 'now and then, and finally Mrs. Chom Icy from Heaven had descended upon almost to death looking for any eyplace.Rm's

,tJ Leicestershire even to Charlie.: the room being quickly opened, and a man But, alas, more remained to be discov .' that thi promised a red.:' .. her for her disloyalty to the daughter ofa Horn.

j: On parting company at York his last putting his head in. ered. The part Dr. Gascoigne played in -' something if you want to talk to that little relative not so far removed. Love's labor lost-A second husband

q ,! words were, "I guess you'll not forgetthe "Wanted,", he said, making an impatient this wretched drama was still to be explained 1,, more or less definite, maiden over here, leave me th in- She walked up and down her room, going on I time with Ins wife's firsthusband's
.Il. sign to Tom Little; and leaving ; and I vowed to heaven I would and her
tip I last nigLt, eh, old crisply closing
gave you '. insurance Cod
1"
staut sedatives at
.. the : shuddering mODey.-C
. door
. ho neither retusing
:.i ,chaj ?" open, disappeaed. sleep nor rest till the mystery surrounding fan. ever
",' pie Tom to him solved.I "Must I?" asked with step, at- opening and shutting
r : I lau.hed said, 'All right, Charlie, got up no was : observed Houghtoa: every Item.The
ro!, then set about making inquiries as to howI "One moment," I cried. "Close that left Leicestershire by the first tin "Wel. gravity. But Irs...Chomley had turned loore. When she could stand it no man whose gate i off the hinges
"'::1'1"1; t, could best reach Whitmore Park. After door nnd finish your tale." next monrng. .Houghton, "don'tdo her back him. longer she went down to the drawingroom talk by the explaining why
i can
upon hou
"Beg but it to have How the too much for her. He had a lazi'way ,
: long return s6emed-
jpirdon seems
... / considerable delay I obtained the name journey Felicia was"attached to brilliant where Felicia had been laid when else aoesn't .
a somebody
.CMr... af the nearest post town, and for that I rather affected you sir. don't happen how wearitoma all the' chances and delays of making such remarks. The fear she was carried inanimate, into th. prosper.-Rm'
'f"c.'tt' little booth around which ,
Horn.
took my ticket; but found, on my arrival to be"-he paused and looked at mo ? It was nearly 9 at night when I of giving offence never seemed to weigh were grouped The

....,..' there was still a branch line to travel before uneasily-"in any way related-I was found myself once more at Wexham. him. He had the clear, a number of assured young persons, with house a couple of hours before. "He belongs to the smart set." ','1
I could get any wayneur my destina- about to ask?" I had telegraphed from York for a cab upon impartial level, critical eyes, engaged more in door was open, and two or three servants so. a
calm
. tion. "Go on. For God's sake, go on!" to meet me, nd two were waiting out- gaze, the straight, features, the entertaining! a cluster of slim, limp were standing in a little whispering group presume le's fool.-Yakee

-....:..! It was 7 o'clock in the evening, and almost "Party won't wait. Wants you this instant side the station. Selecting that to whicha general personal acceptability that constitute :youths in extreme English garments thanin about it. Dr. Houghton -came out and Blade.
f. Q" dark ," sail the m'an, this time grinning, pair of horses was attached, I was an armor from behind which it made for him. Mrs. Brans- Why not make the cactus the National
when, wearied and they
impatient as he again his head inside the door.I about to enter it when the driver displaying the wares the booth con way
,
put for be and
stoppedme. quite possible a man to flower It has more fine
with the slow I alighted ata hand his Her
long, journey, It seem seemed rather left out combe laid her on arm. pOlnt'thanany
i'l placed myself between him and"mine was engaged, he said, for a lady. to what he chooses. mentioned. Inter-
small With
station. the Chicago
n4llCII wayside exception host." Itherefore took possession of the other say of their calculations. She stood some- throat ''a dry. ye .

WIIL! third of a class femile 'Who got the out rest of of a the secondor "My business must be attended to first, and we were soon passed by the two- "You are extremely impertnent"! exclaimed what apart, and her fair, childlike face "Theie need be no operation,"he said. .

I '!' sen'd'r i'sent on.carriage, pas- sir," slid the latter, looking at me curi horse cab, which I could not help notic Mrs. Brnscombe, showing, expressed a certain wistfdlness. "But.-" In one respect the north pole i like a
ously. "If sit down ing was being driven at unusual however, no further sign of taking such
Ai "How far is it to Whitmore Park-Mr.Hargieave' you'll again" I'll speed. "What brutes women can ba to each Her agonized eyes searched his face. woman's pcket. Very likely it there
finish the story when I come back. About half a mile from the amiss. "Of course I shall
Grange we impertinence "
place?" I RSked of the ticket other" commented Houghton striding "But she will be a cripple for.life. but no ever find it.-Inland
He passed me and went out, closing met the returning a of I mn
collector before passingthrough tho turn-. sam ; ray do a much for her a possibly can. I Printer.
IiJII'i the door behind him, but not before I moonlight glinting in showed me that it what when over the lawn.
know 'warnme
stile.' .. 5' had c.iught sight of woman: standing was empty.The you mean you Felcia brightened up with the most: "And when do you intend to get married "Why cn't I marry the duke
"Whitmo Ptfrk'is",about three miles not to do too much. You like that
ppa
! outside. Though her- face was turned entrance to the was at sight of him. She ? Mrs. ,Brariscoinbe asked the question His right." "Yes
grand are ,
..... off; but Mr. Uargreave's been dead these carries pleasure al
bucolic flavor Felicia about with tte
two away' I recognized her at once as the per reached. The gates stood opln. A few put out her hand though they were the four months later, with her face half are "-Philadelphia
Ie81'ILan'
more. ,wrong.
= son I had s>en at the station. She hada seconds more and should be in the presence her. That is quitecharactenistic Of yousuperfastidious a turned
1 'III inform away.
deeJf\ .Will me who lives oldest friends. Record.
. -I', you basket on her arm, and was leaning ona of my wife. Sudden conviction that blase of the .
? there now? m How do you like all this1' "As soon a? you say. Felicia.will not
stick. I was not prepared assailed me. I called hWeI Orator "And friends one
.. now ,
world that are. a' noveltyall my
O'Neil.
"Maior sir you '
M. to the driver to stop I paid him took Its Houghton, smiling down'at her. be able to stand a' severe climate this
:. ; ak word to boy'Bring
"Is he a hunting man? CHAPTER XVI. that naivete-which, hangs about the mor" Reporter (
.winter. Her health been-too much
.. my bag and walked slowly along the "Oh its lovely she hastened to h'l "
"H 's ot hounds sir." would call it me a lot more quick. -Bostoo
a master MT WIFE AND MY: FBIEXD. moonlit carriagedrive.I poor child. You awkwardness shaken. 1 if would let her paper,
thought
.
you
i -"Ah; Mr. Hurgreave used to be Did the That I am not endowed with a superabundance did this to gain time-to no other motive stupidity in a sister of yours. But aver."Do' be married from house I could takeher'South Bulletin.

' Major keep on the" same huntsmen and of coo'ness' and patience the can I assign the action-to gain timeto you like to,amuse yourself with it when you really find it sol"She at'once.your" '4" The office ought to seek the .
whips, I wonder? I asked, with"studied, reader doubtless has looked.up. quickly and in his m
I' already discovered; frame the words which could best excuse encounter it in a little stranger. Aslt pays small heed .
carelessness. but also that the in you fresh down-bent she found Mrs. Br nscombe was silent a moment.
i' position which I my absence and explain why I had all .* But Felicia glance a complete brain-fatiguing plan,
"Not one on 'em. Major O'Neil" brought found myself was a trying one cannot be returned a day earlier than I had named. Yes, you men are comprehension of the situation. She "How will it be for your profession t I finds it doesn't need tWahgn

. t', his own with, him-all Irish, he said, denied. Barely touching the supper thath It was supposed I had gone' to York .you see, is a sort of relative of. mine, blushed slowly, in a pale, delicate reticent ge South and leave everything Star.
with dlsduneven to the stable d been brought for me, I the about horse. I had not and since Providence has thrown her in "I
paced
in
a bought the fashion, which seemed to Houghton UI don't know. But in any case. that Young Ly ( candy atr-
. beys. little room in-a fever of impatience until hors The less said the better. the way of having her rusticity some don't like It to :
candy. begun
1 wish I could have the to of all of old- cannot count now. ha
old savor manner
quaint
i.J;, seen Tom returned. The moment he Still ,
cameI brooding over my somber thoughts what polished I mean to do my,duty '{ "
up Confectioner"Nwonder ,
huntsman, who had been /No. That cannot count now Mrs. melt already.
or some man was struck by the change in his expressive almost unconsciously I turned time breedings which superb young ,
along a concluded wth: her
... .:t;.,.. I, in Mr. Hargreave's stables," I said, musingly. face. There was an ominous favorite walk which led round the side of by her-even, she "women of the world never had nowadaysif Branscoinbe repeated. young lady, wit those liquid
.1. smile "at the risk
.'."" ', '. .,- tightening about the corners of hi- the house. All here lay in deepest shadow; brilliant, rather sharp ,' indeed, they had ever had them. She afterwards confessed that weddings eyes of yours over .

"' "Tbat'. easily done, Sir," he replied mouth, and an evident desire to aroid but a broad flood of light from the of making' her a frivolous" and conventional course I am not one of them,*, were always "depressing, but that please."-New York Truth.Visitor "Si'ound
h animation. "There's a good inn sand looking at mo. music-room window crossed the path and a person as myself. this the worst '
Felicia remarked one was quite torturing "Is that little in
-jftf a a half down yonder road kept by I sat down again beside the fire; he lost itself in the shrubbery beyond. Dr. Houghtou stroked his mustache simply. "They tlk your son .
), "*Tom Little, the late master's huntsman also dropped into the chair he had occupied Georgie is in there, I thought; but, reflectively and smiled ot things I don't understand. I she had ever witnessed.' the next room whistling "I Want to be a

a.ae'..t.,' 'Little.Torn' he used to be called in the before, instead of hastening forward, I stood still. "Oh know that are charm-, know- ,pepl they know. So-it's "And so," said Sirs.. Cbomley.who Solder of the Cross?" Fond Mother

ill..".::: old Squire's time, an' he's best known by "Now, sir, I can go on with my story. One minute more with the fresh March he, you you natural." had made the bride a magnificent present (making for the door)-"Yes,he's trying

"hl.w that name :yet. Be? pardon. sir, butyou'd But, after all, there is not much more to wind blowing on me-one minute more, ing, announce. "Natural you should be left out in the and showed bridegroom the most to drown out the sound of the key in.the

be very comfortable Lere if you tell. Let me see. Where was I?" and thenI "What more-o the purpose Js thatI cold?'' :animate cordiality, "here is that poor, lock." New York Herald.
. ....l.. nappened to want a bed for the night. lie spoke with some embarrassment! was close by the French window; I should know that you intend'to'be so : Dr. pant -
.....",r'. He's got good stabling, too." quite at variance with his manner beforehe had even advanced a step with the intention -while: I a gone," said }[rs. Branscombe She. looked a little frightened. He promising wife Houghton with delcte. He (salesman)-"Dear little hand (nb.sentmindedly
!
I thanked the man for his information left the room. I was silent. I would of tapping on the pane to be let looking at him more intently. seemed 'to "be accusing these animated, I crippled Jittle n'hi le ), I wonder if it will

., and was about to push on in the direction not assist him by word or look. That in, as I had done numberless times be- "While are ?" fluent,bright-eyed young women. ** It seems po'sitivcly tragic I No money on wash!" She (conspirito)-"No,,sir, it

I_ !:i indicated, when I saw him turn to receive something had occurred to alter his first fore, when it was flung suddenly open, "Yes. you Felicia is gone to be left here "Take my arm," he commanded. ,: either side; all the needs of invalidism won't-nor it won't scrub, either-but
& ticket from a female who Litherto un- determination of telling me the whole and a shadow fell along the illuminatedspace. you and all tho checks to success in his profession
1''i1J. Mme. Cloze is excellent "But Mrs. Choml y said I ought not want it to play the piano, it's
bserved, had probably overheard our truth I felt convinced. Possibly the know. Od a such invalidism will en- i you ,
..
: :7' onx creation. I looked at her, and there strong emotion I had shown the far but she doesn't to leave the booth. whic Calendar.
:: was "There, that is better. The air will a goes, go very tai' seems, really, like the wreck ofa'brillfant your Gr.-Le's
-4.
.'"."." .was yet s ifficient light to see she was a cause. I would manifest less interest; soon revive you." And the voice was the far. I am afraid she would be no match *"For all you wl succeed ia.:selling; 1" Thomas-"Uncle, I would like to

"'...;...:fl.1.. little woman in a 1 irgo cloak and bon- by this means perhaps I might learu most. voice of Gascoigne, but he spoke with a for you if you should suddenly take it my dear child- laughed.: dear career" remarked Mrs. Brans borrow a feW hundred dollars to keepme
t.tj; net; that she He resumed 'My ,
wore spectacles carried :
':41." tenderness I had never heard -from him head to make love to little She put her hand docilely upon his while I law
,a basket of Ito your my "I going complete my
and "The poof combe after silence
. ; oranges, leaned on a 'squire was carried home. before. : a long always
coat-sleeve.
Ji:'t'1 v itick. Then I set off at a swinging pace, He only recovered/consciousness an Lour "Yes-I-I can breathe now." And rural relative. Oh, don't stare I You Within held th\t human being were superior t studies." Uncle Moneybags''My dear

..;;i and neve slackened it until I reached the or"so before he died. And what made these words were spoken by my wife. are quite capable of it. You would experiment returned. a fortnight Mrs. Branscombe. fate. I think otherwise lately.. I feel Tom you are a modest young man,

11... inn.At matters the more painful, yon 'see, sir, The shadow seemed then to separate- with her tenderly ingenuousaensibilities. : the change as the -premonition" ad te are two things a moet young
'&s"D' __ the open door stood a small, wiry 'was this-he knew vervwell it was that to form two; and I felt certain that he, 1 It; would be a new moral' '1 have to-speak with you/ she observed I old." New York !Ier- never attempt-one borrow
am
growing -
man, with a weather-beaten, good-hu kick from his daughter's horse that had 'Gascoigne, friend-heaven the That would interest to Houghton the time they '"
the law.Texas .
....: my save case to study. frt f money, and the other to study -
..... mored face, who looked as though he done for him. Immediately after the mark!-had been holding her in his arms! soul of the physician whileit met. cury. f
"
i'Jt'! jmsht have been born and bred in stables.I funeral, Mrs. Hargreave and her step. The conversation that ensued professional SUg
,Cit&d.f1&d.,\;;.. Mine host, assuredly. I ascertained that daughter left the Park; everything about continuation of one that had &been clearlya going would cxhilerate the palate of the man "I warn you that_I k ow'quite well rroprtles of a'KentnelySprlng. The "Doctort what is the

II- ::tiii' I could be put up for the night, and he the place was sold, and I've been told the on inside the room. of the world." what you are going to say, Had Ponce.De, _Leon' in, his'search, for meaning of the .formation Jast

,roe." t't!<.' at once inquired if I required stabling. ladies went traveling" on tho Continent." [TO BE CONTINUED. "Why do you repent that Wy do meeting her glance with one in which I the "fountain of youth,",wended his way' behind a pul asked a fond
.F No; I had merely come on a vojtfge of "Is that all? I asked. call me a man of the world ama she read something that made her tightenher by'
: you to Little Jn
: .. discovery, adding, as insinuatingly as I "Well, yes, sir, that's about all." little. Sandy,_ Kentucky, and 'moter. "Cmbatvee perhaps
-
hard-worked of
could:, "You had, in point of fact, finished the Makes Eyes of Ills Hands. indigent drudge a lips a plunged beneath the placid,waters of Red> ," replied te dtor. ."Why,

=: "To speak perfectly frankly, Little, my story before you left the room?" .' -. doctor. The two terms are far from being "You have not kept your' '.promise t ruight t have had his days someone said it was lve dometi
"
.", ;'i'ip' chief object is to have a chat with yon. ,"If there is anything more you'woutdlike Dr. James It. Coche of Boston is a'erv synonymous. me., prolong Until now,' but" most certain it life," said the "Oh- it

..( I want you to tell me something about "to know that I can tell you, I'll do so, remarkable blind man. He recently "Oh, no false modesty! You know'.you ''might tell you that I 'did not make his color would h\e been changed to all one and 'moter.same thing!" wel rejoinedthe ,
i
the Major's kennel, and what sport he sir. Clearly the answer was evasive. graduated from the, Boston University mean to succeed; to go very far and a But that would only"be. true bright-crimson. the-Frese HardinFarm medical Drake's
pome man.-
has some been showing. The fact is, I have Would"You said that mind Miss Hargreive what rode o'n. School lQf Medicine ,near the head of his .. very high.I She laughed at his silence. in after all." the Red -Spring located, and for cc

dl'' next season.thoughts That of,bringing however my will hunters depend meant more you fully?" I explaining inquired."I you class : proposes,to become a specialistin "No', a man like you never likes to have "I'm glad you're honest, at least. I'ts years has been used by old lade in that

.. on :your report." & said she rode on, and that all the I Jiscaes of the' heat and l hng. A his ambition'unmasked' of course. all I can say for you. What has becomeof vicinity color their ,carpet rag by Core for Diphtheria.A. .

I It The ruse succeeded. I was at once in- field could testify to it. 'I suppose the excitement physician's he an Nevertheless, hoi one help under. your vaunted common seise: ? Your the ladies to color! ,

bOW o "'tt. ..ited,into the Lest parlor of the inn, and of finding herself on.horeback him his sight. He was carer standing! prudence? Your 10ng.1eadednessl You goods young and ribbons and to blondine their M. Sydy.Tre surgeon to tlitGloucester

, while some supper was being prepared -once moTeea.nsed.her to lose her head. I ; fully educated and it was the intentionof She stood,up and Houghton took the. know very well you wi making hair. coati inform the
for me, the ex-hnutsman and I sat at ,&1 an give no further'explanation on that his guardian that should become a in that he
op he motion a sign for him to He rose the mistake of your life if you iqures,
greatest
The water of thi3 looks clearas Lct
posite sides of the cheerful point, sir. Is there anything more you'dlike 'musician a go spring a
blazing fire, when he was twentyonefinancial
t't allow this flirtation to to its final thirty cases
likewise. Branscombe continued on
both Rniokirjg, and I J listening, .with'well- to know?" ) ., t left him anddependent lIr. go : crystal, and i.remarkably cold at this and adults with dipter
assumed pennies to smile at a moment with her keen consummation. FeliciaMs the best little (children )
interest, to such information as What had come over the man I knew his for season of the year, much more than
man anxious to hunt in that country" nqt, but felt it would be useless to pursue He upon learned own the resources prctice eyes and then she put. out her: creature in the world, bu she snit you the wat"r of the wells in that vicinity.8 had the satisfaction of seeing every one,

might be supposed to want. the subject. I would tryhim on another supp massage treat : about a well a a dove an egle.: His This witter is much used at the recover. .Bi plan is to ask for the or.

At last, however, without, believe, track. while practising it a a means "Don't relinquish that's silence exasperated her into with approac paraffin in.lamps', and. hav-
your addiU of Easter to color da U
of livelihood determined medi Sunday a
manifesting undue I' "Do know the of to study purPse eggs
?
I. name GascoigneI
any said you off to
eagerness
; all. Go far"and all some violence ."What can you.'with patcir,-
:
very by about it the differencein lu t dphheit
And now tell me something about the' I I asked, abruptly.: f r cine. IVith that object in view he set- strange thing i Irp
old days. You'd rather speak of them: I' .i "Gascoigne?" he repeated, and seemed 'tied in Boston eight years ago, and since means. I like to see such successes. I your temperament, see in hervanyway? color'upon tides diferenquli pr eTi r to the

fancy. considering. "No,'there's never been anyone then, without aid from others, has not They're glorious thing; Most people; Hcughton hesitated a moment., or substance. The hair blown8 :throat (( large camel*

."I'm not so sure I would, sir,," he said. of that name hereabouts to my knowledge 'only paid all his college expenses, but let their life use them, and it ; I "I 1: don know," he said. colors eggs, ribbons, and dress good acrirnsoured .hair .T As a jule'the throat. get

: to shaking his head, while a cloud seemed and I've" been in this part over six: hasalso purchased valuable medical use them very badly. You"use your life. I "Wel what'do you propose to do I the flesh of. persons 2c1': !rom'wetl-ou.t forty-eight,

There settle on his hitherto cheerful face. f arsnow. < library.. At the outset ,his professors You make it subseret; you-are determine .! alow you to dangle about the i blood redO Tho color h aiht' &d iprovement in the
was that terrible catastrophe, you You never beard of a Dr.Gasooigue, his to master that it help "to'attain: child, giving her a interest in Ythroat paraffin led frequently -
: B0Q-, WB" thra.?" seriously questioned ability shl you possible both co'-t&n and silk'poods tlyed by the f
Ii "And what was that?" "}\: the mysteries of practical anatomy, but your I's altogether very fine;and : you which is not likely t culinat inanything. water. The bloldinlng'of! toe halt gen- but.be ntnue its use for

"Don't you know? Didn't you hear of "Who 0. sir.'was attending Mr." Hargreave he did so with methods of his own de that's one reason for my not wishing She is'not the womanI erally Ifist4 about three WCpk.while a two or three days the complete

itwhen it happened? Why, the whole when he died?" vsinO and his closing examinations in you to find my little Felicia to in- care much for-as a type. Yielding, person'vhb bathes rn.'-its 'disappearance of the patches. He .

hunting"1 world was ringing with it." "Dr. Wilsonvfrom C-; and a great thi showed a record of ninety. tretng. I would never do for you' capable,of limp heroim but never a a coat lasts.about six i.gve .speak definitely to the therapeutic'

time was that ont of the hunting world for a London doctor came down-when it was eight per cent. In clinical surgery he in your career by nay el.aertion.-no. i i a type that stirs applied tat. any articles dyed by the effects, but is unable to state what the

.I hue; only may taken account for my ignorance. too late." "<, received a still higher average.As such thing that." one no enthuiam. But I shall not water but! the intensity of 'chemical action of paraffin on the diphtheritic .
to it again a strengthens
I explained harriedly''; and this season, "Where is Dr. Wilson now? 'Possi there are no medical works printedin It was on Houghton's lips'to ask this see her ted with. Come, 'wht.stall : the colc-r. membre. i; probably ths
Umely. somewhat bly I could hear of Gascoigne through raised type he was compelled to hire ? case hydro-carbons in the exert some
ill "Tell me the story. Do." him." vivacious lady what she meant. But he youdo yousee your People for miles around come and carry liquid

He laid his pipe down carefully; and "He's dead, sir." some one to read and for. did not frame the query. After all, it self-interest and dutY-If you care for! the water away in bottles, and barreLs powerful influence on the membrane.
a he had reader six
four .
1
a
seemed jug
preparing for a long yarn. You nearly years needless he knew what such an old-fashioned coercion the I I
"She "Did he attend Miss Hargreave? in and three in win was a subterfuge; a II I to use in cueing A
the day
was just a summer
handsomest girl you see I'm taking at word and asking hour her well herself. last-are to ,
meaning was go. ,
enr' you your a a mystery concerning a family by the name
law Miss is in hospital :
Dr. Coche
was\ Hargreave. sir, bar now engaged 'I A Clock That SuJ.!
plenty of questions. tr. "There is what "I have been telling that for .
onel.! 'Squire Harjreave had and .will eventually locatein no telling a man mysl of Brand, whose numbers are quite

bounds ever since coming to the property kept- would"If Miss attend Hargreave her needed a doctor he he' Boston.practice He not the only blind man may do," he remarked lightly, and he three week past.' ,i large, and whose color has always b The Petite Republique Frnci says:
naturally, as was, i '
and his daughter had Been was name act upon it! is l. "A French engineer M. 'ferier ViF !-
usea to the you may say the family doctor. But the who a physician.: Dr. Babcock of gone.A a phenomenon, now explained,
lady saddle from a baby, but, when the young young lady *M never ill enough to require Chicago i, a graduate of the College of few days later he was pig by Go to Mrs. Chomley to-day and put bUeve by their having always used :.r leneuve, who is living at present in New

keep grew her out up of the master took a fancy to medical attendance. She'd one of Physicians and Surgeons of this city, has Mrs. Branscombe'i cottg tht yourself beyond the" possibility of committing tbi watr for drinking and bathing pupoe. York and has worked for some time past
the field. I wont go into the grandest constitutions going." drove follies. in connection with Mr. Edison is about
particulars ot the been for se\'erl years an eminent specialist lady's carriage grotesque any So long have they used it that ,

now. I believe he why was\ and in the the wherefore "But af er that terrible tragedy, for instance on diseases of the heart and lungs. figure the old companion,Mme. Cloze, "Women a.atnin.You propose it.qu1t 3 seem to have permeate-d their to send to the Chicago Exposition a
what learnt! light from was she not ill?. 'Did no medicalman the fair- tnat I should- 'clock. The clock which wilt '
afterwar&but that's neither attend her on that occasion?" I in- [New York Herald.: alighted, ,folowe by young system it efect a seen i their unique ,
here nor there.. Anyhow Felicia Lsngworthy.The "Not offer without preUrcinaries : to be combined with a phonograplj"wiIlln.
her he got rid of quired. vividly recalling mind'what: presence ) Jo progeny fouth generton. They .
her hunters and made her drive out with Mrs.Hargreave had told me of her daugh DIDN'T WAST WATER.MammaWhat young bJwe shyly, colored, -no. begin pursuit i that have known of this spring and twelve hours perforni the.four.op:of -

spirit stepmother, mVeadShe had a high ter's attack of brain fever, of the shock your kitten meowing hesitated grL pat pot her hand. i direction in a way which can leveno for lotg.tim kept its ye '.Lhengi' ,'William :TeU,' <

.says LhJehad one resented day, the it. 'Tom,' her nerves had undergone of the doctor's i She had the a of.not.knowing exactly I room for equivocation.' Yon know she it was[divulged recently by a young genQU"ad 'Faust.' The phonograph .

camber of the season 78, 'wh .t'U end of De. advice concerning her. for Daughter-I tryin' to findoutbutlcan't. whether this were quite the right_thing would marry you. And, logically, that I. man who had married into the families.Cinciiuiati 'wl rprouc the voice of the most ,

I don' get 8. mount before this you year's bet "You give me credit"'for more knowledge i to do. But her rosy embarrassment i ia the sort 'of marriage), you should Commercial Gazette. 'clebrate siger who Lave appeared t 1.I
than I .
out? pouussir, answered Little."I "
'The
'JDind' made mM1er's' Lad to mOVe, when's told you Mrs. Hargreave and her stepdaughter Mamma_-Perhaps she want water. the setting of he. wide, cool summer make. : -- operas, a Patti,'Faure, e. &
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him.up but11, said I. .1 don't mean left the Park immediately after Little Daughter No, 'tn't water. I hat and.her thin, light, .dress, quaintly )Brmb followed her guast i The c.t supplanted ,at TL-:orchestra will be ,"a phonographic

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: BRADFORD COUNTY 0B0VEB CLBVCLABs I Alarmed About New York.--f Sotiec. -I I Notice.FfVco i A LITTLE; SILVER"

TELECR/PH. The of Grow Clevelandas
history
I Willie the nuuMgers ot tbe republicsaealioa 15 Circuit Coort. Fourth JivHrial Orenft. *Court FoUrth Judicial dmlt. State

a public character is spread out l rajnpaign are asserting that there fOXf of Florida' KradforU Couny.-laK. flradlordunty.In Chancery: I .

B .PUBLZflED WEEKLY AT- like book before the CTiaiicctT: Era Csn Iin JTnehk.-a? th" Esecutrir of the
an people.
LL 8TLRZ.BRWFORDCOUTY.FLORWA.I.C.WEBB. open I is not a shadow of doubt that General ;ow2 Carter Iv Last;Will and Toti-wit of Cuacl J.iGChlie.It .
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a The people know as much of it as Harriftou will 'cany New York. they are brita\cartw.. f Eill fee Divorce.. I I. GoesaLongWaysWrtk
vs.t7ia
Editor and PubUsher.SUBSCRIPTION Grover Cleveland himself knows- collecting .n immense campaign fund to I It lii>s :"I"lc..an"tir by Hi.- r3.la.ir of th !t 1). )I'w-r al S rah M. Mi rr.hHH. wif't1r ,; ..
ST his beginning in Buffalo his election CO";141.A14t OIt1.i1tl..L4 t.. i.; J j .-aicJ ea '. : l.i..: a."4 O. '1. l;-'ai. h r hu-
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be (l in that slate. In our dispntchiyeslenlay -* tll3t 1111.1'10" Y 'ii-si ...
Mariun On"r.r I'titi .: .!J. 1f" h \'Ill' J.Hi'SbttTMt,
4SI $1.00 A YBAR. is sheriff of Erie county; his ilu statement was made that ;a no r n i-l-tit *.[ ilic J. ."{', f n Ki.a( a'.nl rokls I I. r '.'-'ii'.I. iri (:., Wl.WI ".a.nd .'. THE STARKE DRUG COMPANY.

electio.i of Buffalo the I ia \'.!)D C'C"I'JIi. ott.i>r-.u and :h. r- '!. .\. Mr-- I.1 h VIUIII.lO'-r.X1rt-
amayor I that bi .f;; .-lrc-s i .
they are trying to raise f2.000.UUO and > prj ixn\ 'II.:1dI.e P .- .*. ii1)- inL- mal- r the ttT" nautsf
Entered According to Act f CrgreJittie i result of a movement for clean and I and couia>-. ma Hiai ".fcl .Jt-4! Lfl It,rt.'r the Si F'. 'I.p..: is>. ? -

Post .. Startf Fla.. at &eoid 'honest the names of rkii I'liHaddphia merchantswho I 1:1 c-of tb-mty- v ars it h lh r.-f.-n-fwilcrel I, ;> ':"* i>u>le I.,.i-| .>. a<-ib y IIwLtJ.4tit: of I*
CZn Jltdkr. municipal government; his hare rulMtctihol thousands rf dollars! Ue;>ovo n nuwt.-fc-i Uii>.?lj-i. e'iirtt-r. H. JI ...:Li"i:'..lo l to CURE
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election as of New York; be rfj-jijvU t ) j-Uo.1 I au>\,r .. ,'e lnr to tl-c .. the bill jii.it in &iH oaif;e. th.it iho above THEY :
Xnti governor each are given. 1 I biD flied'as-'iK-uns- orbfft rtit5tli!, .lay a-r- ',.! ito-fir'ann. S I.'. JJ"-I';. \\. .5.. Mvers and
his election as president of the of Duurb -r.II.. ISZl UH-KJI-H- o-inz the first 'I p' S t1I.nn.urflklnm.ers.k..1)g Uj-iwsa undo.I -: the
THE TICKET. United States and his conduct while How is this money to be used? It IE'I I Monday in KaU 1:,'atii .i-iu an.)' thy n( th:" flrt-t> &!! coart.or tins s-nkl bill wiU U latcn 03 confessed I 1 der.ts of the SfHe cf JTori-la and that they ore 4
it in
For Precedent! the incumbent of that great office. not the purpose to use paying legitimate apa1o him. u-h over tIt aift I wtity-t yoars.and that A Cough for 25c. A Corn for 25c _':
So I It 1< further onkrwl th'.t of Ihh nI'CleeJ.u1lisht.1
GROVER CLEVELAND.For campaign txpefli-es. large an any I rt"lr jiwrof rf&U'iHr in the tlty.O/uniy
The people know the whole ofthLtlor.g be .-.,,- a 't'\"k for t''hli'cWt -
amount H wit nerdiil fur that purpose. I "ir cu< :',1 ':'t1.t!..r XewY'-rk andttenr p" st"1lVva'
which has blurredor : k. ID th.- Unvlf rl tVmity ..'\ '. awwtly rJ4.a'.i -i) M-ii-r.n La" -. City County ait,1ttareztiI ;
Vicc-i'resMcnt: Mory'J no i The m< nn doubt ii to be used to corrupt The Itch :
MK-y 1Jt''IIo''rap.-r mblUntl in i ai-l cimutr of :t ; it i* t'"- -vf.re .Utn-d lint tJie A Cold for 25c. for 28c ;
A. E. BTEVEXSON. blind or uncertain or illegible voters. liraar,.nl. Ivuc and ."..- hv KtiiU JHhtlay I I a'-ove ua- o-l .!/'-.. ., ,. J*. F. Slyer:> M. A. ,
Who are be men who are contributi"g t.f u>: LcI'. A. U. l-jjti. AV. T. Wrz.tL Iy..r aud S.! -': "r. |. t1. T*din;bu*iosiu 4 -
Presidential Electors: pages. S.J CKrk Circuit Court. I >7. r am ilr-u n.1..1F.: )[yc-ri &Co..be
The people knew that'there i.i a to these immen campaign funds? Are By S.IJ. W AEC EIGHT.Deputy Clork. and t' e:iinltl'rc.fy ro'inlft to pj-ad. answer The for 25c Tetter for 25c.
T. ). SHACKELFORD. they! not the wealthy owner of the protected I h.'II t.'t.'r.i.y iluttiiio :.bois a true copy ordcMuri<> iho I UI! .>r .'''.pl. '.taBr fillln this Cramp ..
man who neither for his own sake. of tl'c'JraiiUl nuw oa iJe In of c. ,, DAY OF SO ..
B. E. BLACKWELL industries who are the beneficiariesof r.iy SU M;o 11 r bef..re the :EVKXTH

WILLIAM 11. MILTON. nor party sake nor for any earthly the McKinley tariff! And if that tariff Clerk W Circuit. WEEKS.Court.. I tab YIWEIII.-ii ace'cd l 1t ajjnsl. r.r Use thii raid. bill will be 4:

W. N. THOMPSON.For consideration, ban ever been moved : were not (if very great benefit tu them Ey N D. W AISCIGIT. D.C. It is '";!.r onVrt*! i'>at a o py of 'w order

from doing and I declanng what he would they be so.liberal with their $10.000 Oct. A1th. 1 JXotirc be pH'>listiul. in the L'rjd'or. ..oiinty: _Telegraph.a n_"'__'.
wesiy newspaper ii'jii nou in ..racj UfU Fi1J..eed
I' ikcond District: checks? Presori.ptJi.o! Day-
Cunjrn-ssraan lor Publication. l1on.u' week Ii. t-wr conicu .
believed to be right. (Yxmty, once
the influence of these
It was through above n eiitiHHM -
CHARLES )L COOPER. tIe weeks Bert. prec"Iinthe '
It may be said that 31 r. Cleveland meu that the McKinlty tariff bill was prepared LA.\"D Or-PICE.aT GAISJ:5'\"Hu FL.I. iUct tlaf> iJoiiB and reJd. nl by we. ruMJ'IIh N""i.gb.:1: : :i

t.__ ___.:__ and <,ixr i I, l.-i'l ay of Scptct l>or, rJHi W. T. WB.CE.S,
Bradford will poll a big vcte for They brought a pressure NOnCE U h reby given ih.,t tlicf-.llo--ia-4. [.->EA L] Cli'rk of he Circuit Court.
nasWho these enemies? to beat' up'n congress that that body Hl are TWENTY YEARS'
Cleveland and Cooper ou the eighthof I could wit resiit and now. to reuin tne to make final pnV-1 in suppr The country knows they are the much and that s&M ("JoJf will be .:i.i le ....- S. F. I IHano"l. cvrm.teopj'of the original oowon file in myWliiio
November. tariff they so desire ttey are spending .it1
clerk of th- Cln-uit I'mirt at (:i"'O't'u ortt-e. .
I : .Ii people's enemies. some of the wealth which that tariff Cove Spring Ha. on D ce-.ifjer S. J-iri \iIi** *-* my hand and seal this September .

Titngville has been trouble They will be swept as chaff before enables ihem to accumulate.Is soon lir"-n. of Hi hLin-l. FTa II. E X-". l.-S, IWi. 1>'J2. W. T. WKEKS.ISHVL .
tlila having t.* the X # ..f X E !vv-1 T 4 S, U X K. Ckrfc.By .
in )
with a lot of negro rioters. One the wind. it no; evident that proportion lIS Ie na't.-c tho' (rolloJ\Io'i "'itm-5o'S,0 .nVe Lii X. U. W'JrRJC iT. LVputy Cl,-rk. TRDBY STERNBTOG & HI
increased .
But who have been and and the profits of the protective system are co Ii ii.iu3 rcskl.ncc upon a;!<1 culmatrms .f -- ---- --
negro was killei and four others are, the efforts to maintain that system .j.II..lJ"l.| \iz: II. U. ?!u l..n. \-:. XVilU--rv l Notice. ,
wounded. will bo Grover Cleveland's friends? the illegitimate use of will !Mivo l'.lctt.; EliJa 1'.l.lxH.I o! IPt.I.iI.t I
by money Fla. .\-. I.-.M :. i j ..-'. Cirvuit Court Fourtn Jixlicial 'ircuit of the
tb : .. The masses, individually and collectively be increased? The Announcement to raiseS -, IX state of Ft.rkla ir&Ufwnl County.-In Chancery

There has been some talk that the who favor tariff reform. campaign fund of $2.000.000 is absolutely Election; Inspectors. :

third party people were going to All who favor'an honest and effi- startling. It is an indication of an T a r' uhr! .. ij! e-J .I.! ('II"iY (.) mi.. X. w.1C1et. doing business 1 and Retail Dealers
; accumulation of vast wealth in the hands ...Y fi" ,-r. t.! ...' ."i* ."u"T li. 1 Id'l .>\ \'Pt. ..1cby iu tits uauirof the Bradford Wholesale t in,
i.c contest the election in this county, ciert civil service. of a few at the expense of the toiling ": 'CL ... t11 r 'ti.t-i-: :i ".,., ut-- "'L" County Rink.vs.. I .

but such talk is mere nonsense. All who favor honest money. masses. I \.re tillS n"I': ,1 t.. ere i.! LIt, -....11i Owen Owens. Jr., and W. C. Fo rrure '

Ii I I All who favor a righteous and The democratic party is waging war i I'e-l;.s.viinIlk!-i-i; vi'w.tin' :010.1'f..p i ff M-i'-mUl.al Et.eL..r cleftsf a.l iie! KIMH>, and :..- T. Hemp' f 't".re- Merchandise

The new series of two-dollar bills economical administration of the against the protective system-ibe systemthat ,'"nT.PI..';. -Alll j ''',,.)'I t., 'X1 h"U vil ill-' 5lnl't ntr-cI"il'. !er'ktt1t4; I..",..and ulI.J'r I \-I General

C has been counterfeited. The counterfeit finances of the country. is gradually making a comparativelyfew the Ei I.)'i,."h?lay.( -XI."iX''V"I.IJ.I.-ln-i" c'..:. Th.I: >,.: J Hvoi-; Firm naoTc of I;HLX-. Ileinp-I ,; ,
millionaires and stoneamadCo. J
men reducing J P Mcc'i '. IJ-S-N; j-'ii h. C'k-rt: C Hill .
said be a'most {
a in to perfectand And these are not all within t.bel'utr'4 toilers to tbe condition of poverty. r !srcf-r \o. i-i.Js1PitrWi.t J Et-pt-r- It h'ilt made to apiby: I the aHldnvit! of so A. HKEJ: :: JPLOatD-A..

hard for even an expert to de fold. Every day men of all And what do these millionaires care for RXIV t o'1'). Jon: E litUtClerk: WIt I, X. \\". Ilackctt, cosher of the t-oioplaiii.int.at-
&!ward<. Jr. ,, L'\I.ht..IIO lh,- b'llf' (" !;'Ilti'ant herein 'ili-.I
tect. and those who are of no the welfare of the public? They cannot ... Koits and ll"ixrt T. IU .
___ parties, mrc ,-r N.'. :-I'isn.ft./r : VT C j 10 r that .l' mpttone.iptr. *.* and Fancy.
-- the of these care much if they are so ready to furnish o L3111" .V'.l- '*.*. ('li.01 I:: C V..I>HVA i i I. I.1n'5Iltl l i>a--tiv rs i'imir bn-n.H-s under Groceries
Jacksonville iito have two no* part} ,. so necessity means to corrupt voters It Ii not strange J..sni .- X". !.-In.|.x-i..rs: r <* ,I il .-finii ibiitie o 1.J.1'1Ito| ,-.5-c: ('0. arc
things; KOQ that they must be had, J .-'a.5.. f. F <:ay. Cl-rk: A I! \VillUiis.I I I r-.n-pi-bkleiM the M.-.ie .* 11.- ;:1 awl tlwy Any conceivable article,
vftis : papers-both wf'ekl-one to be that such men as Judge Gresham Wayne ). .-;:.! r Xo. ;.-l'i.iK.or : TI-TI.-V. I:>!- !. arc.acll1' m'," :; .<.( twtty3'ars..411.1
the interest of colored men and fur all of these Grover Cleveland MacYeagh and Judge Cooley. although vr>n. T 1' i:-.N"'I', J I* Vamadore. O rk: A ilu-.t 1'ieir' j>!u{- "f "c.icJ.-"-,-.t.n.t ..f bIiip.tji' of Pronoc-n..
run in ii lln-. of lUlii-Mon-. Sis".1 r., \.\ lan'. that
is the opportunity. they have acted with the republicanparty S V-'ik. .Iy "
I and the other a fitraightout third tor cannot conscientiously p. -.:;('' X- 6-Ii -IJI':.'*: S D WalowiTli tlteir piouiiv a.t.I'1.i- -Ji-tu-l J"Vi -tit 1.d- I Feed Hay rr
a many years. I. It W A'!, T A K-iisKU Clerk: UC I itnO.t Ir,.c.. 1.lhi....' c. .r.-', l..r '..n'l.l1"J: tock. )
party organ. The Editor's Fee. vote with it any longer. And H'iJ.'r.e"[ -'iHrv ..... -I'fit'ar! iiie&lmve iLxi m..t ch-

w there are thousands of other republicans l) '-.iI( Xo ?.-!,'.pevV-rs: J II M.>"r.'. Eli! f..I.:.!'-<. W'. ('. 'ro-i 1.- .1.1.1 !:.t. n T.ui'ie. lt.t"p-
; ; When a child is born into this world do Illck; :i U L'eJ.'. llcrk: f'vi.l iay.V. .--*. .iI":i'; l'P 1Itl".!f-r t'u- fin r..iniMv :1"". 1
The of the who are beginLing to think as they .. .. Goods
dividing Episcopal ... .. ,
and about \ T. \i-:>':* IU -t'el<- 'V c. l>- ".1 l"i-y url icrL- Dry Millinery :
church diocese of this state has the physician is present gets $10 with rtsptcl to the McKiuley Lariff.-Sa. .1.-1.: I';.' .t& ('" ",:. >i ii-.i"i--td i" i.Ii:..t'r ..r .1. inur 10 l.. ,
for officiating at the important event. vannah News. _ .till.. .i...pt.i.|. n )Ii i .-I in ,!I.;-; 1..1'''0.. t been settled, and now Florida will Notico ol' Klection.n.lM : tim MiVEN 'i i I" '.v OF XOV-M; ';ia:.\.i). ij: 11
The editor heralds the event and .* ... \tt.t FnrnUMog GOO& all styles sizes
a"cussing" and
and gets lliir' ""l"'f It i-: t'w '!'!"' .1: y i tii lirt, or ., prieD
diocese
have two instead of one for mistake the Lothrop's Publications. .n.lM ?iih.r.rir., of the Severn! !u..tI..rs ."..n1 1 li'-i'; ; ;-s ails : i' i it> o.nd I'ill t.i'I' i U- Cloth 1 ;
making a as to .
ng
two bishops. "Oui Little Men and Women" fur November i-oiinii ,<> c'-c : I.l'I"i'j.';!: ta;.'!l.L.J; tin.i .4 .d. s"'1. Call and satisfy 1MJSdf.
sex and the day of arrival After awhile I:S')\\' VE. U .;t l. -: !X L. dl-V\VTOUD, It i i- farmic rc.I..r..1 l licit a cipvofthiiordirbepi'li. .
has two good Thanksgiving Jiecft-tl'i': oi M".te *., i'ie' J iate of riorida, do .'!;id ii Site Ii'.'fonl ('..ht) Tt-kyrapli. ._.
It is conceded that I the same chill becomes a man the minister For Farmers. Boiloen. Phospftite Mioen. -
generally ; herebygiccn'tieeiiit3 a *-ttly n...' c)--ruU: .d in Stark-, linulfurd at4
Cleveland must carry New York is called upon to perform the marriage stories. There Is likewise the story of two CEXE.ML ELE<710S I County. Fbi i-Ja. "no- wwk for ftmr 1110- :Hard W Rre f
Poland with fine illustrations Willie hH-1 iii t-ach ""I till the, state of Florida i s.tiiiviwtxUs! "' tt. prtci-dli'g the ar..reltl'n' also Stoves Coekia twasiha
state this year to be elected.. There ceremony and walks' off with a $10 bill in donkeys, .' Twwlay ifc-xts.iuxtr'sH'ijrth*' First )Monday i ti..n..d tI\JI... . Ruges. 1
and a Tiptoe March with a pretty pkture. Xoveailvr.: \. I>. 1ST1:. ,..itl Ttit-s I.
is sure to be lots of good work put his The editor is called I To suit bite and
again
pocket EK-IITH 1)'F' XOYE3IEEC Xia :.- .:1, \.1,1 :' V. T. W.o. any any pockeL AJao.ID __
and chronicles this drawing A Boy aud a Girl. The Studio Dolls and 'nur 1'nsKInti..l 1 Elf... F urniture .
For
in for him there.Cleveland's upon event by t. |":'Lj t c'r! jt f. ;'"i"ircuit C..e.irt. 4
upon the imagination to make the Talks by Queer Folks are as interesting as Fo'tie Jf pr'f"Sl'III.li'p"he. I1r. t(,(.n -1i.nal Cv X. I'I. U.'. :: ". '.,'Ioai.\ t '. r!;. kinds of other House Yiira3sg Goods
(1i..lrict or n .ri.laiatIe.Vxl of site .
.figrrsj 1 I'ri 1 y .i i y ii- .i i"l' i i. n tnt'topyIi
prospects of electionare hnde and groom the most respectable people can be. Joker and his Relations do some United SLAteS. "r t'ii .,r-c" ;: 4- t.1 i.i'd i t.....,1'..

growing brighter every day. If in the country. The only pay is to beaked very strange things. "Home. Sweet For .ne Kcpre-. ti\(-of the Second COI'?n'S-'Io \.!"c. '>).'.altl ant! H>.I.! ':-:.:\.'\irLrs.! 1h. -
1 of Florida in the -3d of .
lltnvt
for few sample copies of the ioiml congress .:. \. 1.
be is not elected president the only a paper Home, is a sweet story which points an the Unite l si-.ti.. I t:KAI.] Clerk.
that the third to be sent to some absent friends. In excellent moral. With Us large and smtll IX TESTIMOXY W1IEUEOF, I Lave hereunto ;'y N. VTAs-cr.:''. !'t':. tv (..1rfc.In BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES. '
will be
reason party time the once baby, the once happy pictures verses and rhymes Little Men frtiny luindaiMlaf-ixeddie f:"'at Seal ____ I

vote will throw the election uponcongres. groom, but now well advanced in life IS and Women is as charming as ever. Price (SEAL) of tlie suite .ri.jrt.la; at T2lkihn. >wpe, lie County JihlT'v ('(.urt. Jralford County.Hy ,
the lUN the l.'th /
capital, day August, ; t 1.1' nr.r" a.
down to death. The
brought physiciancalls $1 a year; 10 cents a number. D. Lolhrop A. I>. ii:. :I'eJI1.I.. oII ,\1; ((.".r.
_- _ presents his bill; the undertaker in Co.. publishers. Boston jws: L. c-iu\v.-Fonr. ;' .' i '.-;:l.r..II.lt'jut!i.':;..j.,,,. --

'- The first ship load of Florida oranges present and wants flOO for performing ,i Aug. 2C, IS'. :-etr' tal1- ,.r SL.te. In the"uitii-ro'tite f 1"'!t-sli''n .r iti!.lwno" oft FOR YOUR STYLISH A I TURNOUT
: the last sad rite, while tbe editor is expected BABTLAND FOB HOVEMBER -' --- -- -- >?e* ,*?.*;.?Ile'irv F. Vork.lUrea-cd. filed by

direct for Europe will leave to complete the drama by holdingup I Brings good Thanksgiving cheer. The Notice.IX '> T. \"e.I.!;! ii"'sraoro.lil. estate.Xl'H ,
November 15th. )".': .":. W. T. \",.'. ts S-MMUI t"I.' of
Fernandma on the deceased as a model gentleman a stories are pretty and the verses dainty Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Circuit of \ \ 1'.. tSi-iteo'lfevy .'.\'Ir'. J 5'te4)( tr .i1-

The freight charge will be 95 cents Christian and one who at present is singing The rhymes are made to suit baby's ear. Florida Bradford County.-la Chancery: for>! t .w''"'.riaief F'oi;iJ.u "-.:. has this SADDLE HORSES -/t-

box and the steamship is cxpeet1 the songs of the redeemed around and the pictures to delight bnhy's eye. Elizabeth.Lawreyvs. tl ly: tOil! i.. UIV inTife a !:"'.tii oou of tlicau.a'Iv ,
per tII..i.j
,- to make the trip in Jerusalem 1 And his fee-wrH. it doesn't What more can baby want A. subscription Eratax G. miL Thomas J. Rurrin. Max Suorn.JOCIPph .:. it- :..e ce.,1r'r\"r"'t'to otlTyr.il "1.1 wm..nsh *

twenty dayc.Sirs. come io just here. for the man is dead and to this "iKihy's di-liijht" and "moth A. Ked'iicRton. James H. Foss Ervin i ..*. !t' i i. :cl.'ii ax::'Pii >_,I.I estate to For Ladies' and Gentlemen's
his relatives and friends are too much er's help"' will bring Christmas twi-lve B. Whitney,. David floyd 2d. James A. Sherman Jie! i ne s:1 iiif in in v oftW t'uly atuitcntVa. oitor Riding
Harrison the wifef and Albert E. MUIer. 'Jthil..voi".iaai:'r .\. I). IS Xt-n
Benjamin tbe little Price 50 "y >t
times to
occupied with their grief to think of such a year one. It made to the affidarit of
beinR
appear by \.-"ia t!.>> tim rj siII! i<'a l>ro rata ci;-ytri;>ution oftb
,f the president died .at the White cents a 5 c nts a number. D. Thomas E. Hupp. coroj.laina'.t's solicitor that an..d
thing The editor's fee is an uncertain year. : ? a 't t-; u--.t'n4: to s.iU (-niate, aui'Hi-: heed .
House on Monday morning. This one. He is expected to say much fur the Lolhrop Jo., pll ithisliers Boston. the above-named defeudauts. Max Stem. Joseph t .. : -.,? .,t .- If.Viti .
A. Reddington. Jamr H Foss. Emn B. Whit-
'- ijyhami a-d ?cal Oi'co.n-tthb the Ufthlay TEAMING OF ANY KIND GO TO
sad event has thrown the country upbuilding of humanity and at the Shine THE PANSY FOR NOVEMBER ner. David Floyd. 2d. James A. Sherman aoClbert -;july .\. l'. iz: -d
time take much ". nsslD for the things lie i Is at band in bright new \ E. Miller, are nnn residents of the State [:...\L; h':. F. M\' :"?c.s..iu .
into mourning this week and politics u cover sug- of Florida and that they are each over the '
age -ti ,?. Jtwte.
'ouI.
failed to think of. and that the refused -
have been relegated to a future to tell him. people restive of the Columbian! year and its in- of twe. .7 one yeirt. and thit their places ofresidence ___ J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s Livery Stables. ;
terests. With this number the Pansy *nd postofUc addresses are respeci( Shcriii;i' 4tlt.ITNJiz .. Pt.
--- .. :; .
irely aa follows: Max stern resides in the cou- ,
date.Railroad_ __ _ Judge Young and Winchesters. magazine enters upon a new year, and ty of Chatham. sUU of Georgia whose post- : -: nn.1 hyirtnp 'Op' rn .ol'C'uti..n dated
collisions becoming judgin by the good tl-ings included in office address Savannah. Georgia Joseph A. ___J :.:-u.t 't1. ist' i.-.I..I outr ti,.. (..il."itrt Fine Horse, Carriages and Saddles. Expert Drirers. Draft "
r are again Judge tt'.B Young of this juditlal cir ii in ; ReddingtOn resides the county of Ceryhaga, '
the begins good
present contents (\" in and fur tIc -- rtli Judicial Cii"Ctit.CI"II Animals and Vehicles for kimd of UaaliB
of daily occurrence, and cuit. has set hi* face aeaiost the Winchester earnest. Mrs. Jsthelh1.! Alden (Pansy) i Sate of Ohio who.-e postofflc address !> Cleveland I:..,I ('Utmt), }10"i.12.. I') Vt i. r.lli'J 'eise any .3

many Jives are being sacrificed I by rifle which has become a part and and Margaret Sidney etch have a new county, <,-hio stale; Jame of Mas H.achusetts.t oss resides whose in(Suffolk"omCt" IIn' I'II'ral tei. lo.n t I'(,.,.,:Ii'l\-In.i".( ]....I.iEkiS.1.1. .hc'r.1.it,. t'I'in'U"t:1\.t! GOUD STABJJNU A SD FEED FOR YOUR '

noineone's carelc snes The most serial, the latter being "Columbian Yea* address in Winthrop. Mat achu>etu; Ervin B. tIIulr, I..'" i"'llIl' .'...! .\It..f 'dyt-r. Mill. r., CJL\ GtS.: PROMPT
of the colored man's effects in
parcel the Ske'ches." Shorter stories and &ketche!. Whitney resides in Middlesex county, state of c.... ,;.fl- \.llnli.l.;H! \\'I''r t'.iII-: :..., \'',' C'f
stringent rules should be enforced railroad: phosphate and mill in late Massachusetts who camps p>ems. anecdotes etc all by our brightest Massachusetts; David Floyd, 2d, resides fi, .. WI"I\:" I .,"I.- ,: ,.,'!1"- .'. i I......;. '.-rt..!. SABLES OPPOSilt KGill'S CCRF.iJiGE "
and negligent. persons severely pun years. At Green Cove Springs last week aid best writers with the popular Junior in Suffolk county state of Massachusetts whose '".!..l """. I I li\V. "l I -lir' P-i.i-1 ftl' \-11' II In
i ished. constitutean postoQlce address is Winthrop. Massachusetts: .. J .... j. ... ..
while presiding at the fall term of court. Christian Endeavor department .I'i. i.1.11.t u ::0. t 10\ iSiire.
James A. Sherman resides in Cheshire county i., -:.i. c-'i'"tV"P ''..i i"r>i. ;i> ',,.I.>|h.
John Reese was convicted of an assault excellent mag.Z.ioe. Price $1 a year; state of New Hampshire whose postoffice address ,-,ll..;.I'r. ...lime nil.f '!l ::XI)AY IX XOV C.MH" FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PEN IN SO
It is stated that last year alone with a rifle with intent to murder. He 10 cent a numUer. I). Lolhrop Co., pub- is Keene New Hampshire and Albert E. ?: *"' 't n-.atV: -t"

the Carnegie collected was sentenced to ten years in the Sli-tc lishers. Boston. Miller reside in Norfolk county, state of Massachusetts. .l.iy :'. ",K! >fi:,.i.l.; ..." l-if .I..;..i 1u'r-: .(
company whose poniofflce address is Xeedham Sall-O'.l that ,i.'\'. Ie r.\1.\ '!-.r .1.1..1 J 11101. FLORIDA TRUNK LINE.
from the builders of America an prison the maximum being twenty years --- Massachusetts; I I.. i3-i'ci" i in : I I.-t. i-.'I", :)'..r s.'.1,ti"PJr .....1... To alt i.tintH in South MMd and Wr t FlurWa XobOe. Sew
their Tbe judge. (says the Spring) in sentencing A Remarkable History.We It is therefore ordered that the above named >>;!. ..l. Ivii1: itiui ln'uii'i tit eon'Pty uf Iirect coanicti.zrituaU pc.oiD&a 1orthvie& aidSorthagt. ,
extra tax by selling product Reese reminded him of the fact. and recently publUlu-d strongly commendatory defendants. Max Stern. Joseph A. Reddington, .'' '.-..\. :iut.t FI"j.la. t',-rj.1: f..Ii f..I1.\\-. Route tru H Tampa lo Cincinnati Without cfaaits of
at extra prices, because of the tariff, &:i 1 when he first went on the bench In- .lame- H. F' Ervin B. Whitney David Flovd. .,.vit; Tla- rrlu-a-Ji .iuar, c.'tM Use s-utl.\-'Zt! TiaMontRfltuiiiMl'TlMwnaftTttW-
notice "Alden's 'lycopedia 21. James A. Sherman and Albert E. Millerbe. iimrtcr"f s?. .-Ii.r..n it, TownsJdp eve'.--omitof 1I1lli CARD In eet Jmmc It .8*
of more than I,000,000.Wadc'sFibre ; had felt that the public good would be and they and each of them are hereby Itan e Tweutyoneist.. couulnjng r).-ty '
and Fabric. l best served by light sentences especially of History. In tbe interest of f our nd- required t<>plead answer or demur to the bin of acres more or less. Terms cash purchaser -I feOUTIIKRX--, IJI\"N' ii l 4lit 2 1-| H >'T1.IC

where there were mitigating circumstances era we wish to repeat and emphasize what complaint filed in this cause on or before the paying for tila. P. S CCEWS. 5-'"' p lOlOaLvFeruaiediaa-Ar S lop 9..a :1(11' .".aLtr
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Fifth day or December A. D. 1892. .
S'-t-riff of Hrnilfonl 'oiiiity. Flurilll 'Jtlpl1-aLY 'a&haa A.r 235p SUs Smp7S oLy
The presidential election is near ,. and therefore he acted upon this principle we said. A gd univerxal history ought or the said bill will be taken as confessed against Iv ?I X. P.l.lAiD, Dt-puiy ShvriT. S-NrlItiaLy JL'io.eviia.Ar 2Up 651a Ua SaAJ' 1...
heretofore but that be was becoming them.It 9-V U .'.9 L v Baldwin IT 541ft 941ar
i->pt.a<. 53.) >p p 1-r.p P4a
: at hand. Every good democrat convinced that such a course WitS n .t. to be in every home; this is certainly excellent is further ordered that a copy of this order -- -- .- .- -- -_. _- 1117p I, pAr MATH .Lrll'Ta 4 "I a .
: must make his calculation to vote in instance the best to thai it not ths very best for general be published in the Bradford County T LEO&4PB.II. Notice. 11*! a 2 x'J p Ar Hawihon LT 11 ro a S ;a 2 JI a 1(1 40a.\r
every pursue; weekly news:> published In Starke Bradford
use and reference ever puMishcd. covering aper lUJs 2.11 pAr Citm I.vliOla 44taS 4lJaiE4p.1r ]
:nl vote early. Cooper's majority Clay county furnishes more killings and CuUllt.Horit1.1.. once a week for lour con Pro Nancy ADd -''*. wife of W. H. Andrew 31 u Ar Silver Sri -LT. 9 SI a !I"a J.I p Ar TaJI
r be Mallory'tt in the assaults with Winchesters than any other all ntiois: (except the United S'.utrs. h seculive w tits preceding the date Above nir ntloiiml. 1. and H. T. Whii -head. and Rebecca Taylor 21-fa 344 pAr CVaJa LvlOlla 143TittpAr i'a 4\p.4r
;ust as large as in the circuil.and he would be published! : separately) and from 15. C l-ne and ordered by me this Xith day of wife of B. l' Taylor and Laura I*. Wbh>head, of IlumosassaLr .CO aLT 3iYa :'pArRh
first district. Let the second district -' c unty while 5'"K)4 to A D. ii92. Certainly it is H echeapest October. A. I.'. 18H8. W. T. WEEKS. Bradford county. Sute of Florida and all otheis 5 00 a 3 11 p Ar LrestnniS I.. )fla10ip GUphIeOpAr
give this defendant only ten years. In [SEAL] Clerk Circuit Court. who may be intre..It"J: .fa.1 p \r Taiares J.y tita t'l'Ip lAI" JI
[; redeem itself this year. would hereafter, in all cases where persons historical work we hive eVI'rleen By X. I). WAIKRIGHT. Deputy Clerk.I Whereas Win. Ti-"on and John B. Whlthead. M.lfa 6i1p.r't.ta .4s Ct-tp 4aAr ..
were convicted of assault with Win. : but thit is what re.idr: gCIlt'ndy hereby certify that the above and foregoing. admt istratora of the estate of Wm R. White- 'a 201Ar OrJwdo LT 1(11 a ; lSp It'OaAr
Mitchell that Hon. will expect trom Mr.! Aldcn. who has done In a true and correct copy of the original order nead. decea-ied. have made application to me :;:)1& .H-.pLY' ,WiMwod I.. 91 at::"p .Jp.\r t
tW'r Judge says chester rifles send them up for the full! of publication! iu said cause as s now en for an order to sell the roll. wil1t described lands SFa OiipAr LTLT .31a1"Op
. much to the UigUe-ULl of liter PadeCily t .\.c" "., .
u place is \ I'
. J hn B. Dell has promised him to teem of twenty years. file i:. my :. %s-. T. WKEKS. situated in said courty of Bradford and State of 6Oa 71lpAr XUntC-itr f.fa Ifl.
. I .f' This u fair warning to men who ature within popular! reach. TogttMich [SEALJ] Clerk Circuit Court. Florida and beloin to the estate of said Wm ;30 a CJii. \rTft.m'G l.Y :nS 1c Pt'W'p' I
'tt \ott to pay tLc members of the these around with and carry be a vast amount ol matter within such By X. D. \\.arJrKIGHT. D. C. I R. Whitehead. Jeceas. for the purpose of distribution f.1> \r W.aJ.to L"'lI-t.a '.:nr ';OaLv ._( ,

' .' 1 legislature $-1 a day and 5 cents guns them now mall: comp.ifts the type u :. tl I careful or Judge Young will make it a dl.ari Notice.Six are heirs-at-law of said dei-edant. and for the __ 11).ftrKC") Lv 7:*)a ::pAr '
, '. mileage each way, and he is goingto I piece of property for to own. Bet er s-nnll. but it is beautifully clear aud the purpose of paying the expenses of this administration -
,t. i you paper. printing and bindintr are of the months tt'tr tia'e 1 will present my accounts to-wit: Tb northeast quarter of the Trains on rknilbern.!wt> on It'ft',* .\.|..l.-xilr cxt-ept V? :. hold him to it, and that James I throw them away than give half of your IK St. Send 10 cents to Hr. Alden and he and voucher.- the H.'ii Wrn. F. Mal southeast quarter of section thlrty-flye (35) KaHv Hlr.1 fiwl E-Vil> :ii-e. l"arti -t- r>:mrlaii v s.xrrpt Sunday at
; Alexander has promised to work for :j life for owning using them. The Wiu- phur-, cmnujid in and lor the county o'brndford township four. south of range t went y-one; and inrcrm..IL'1It .I..int'. Tmi li-ii o'. OTK< i will seal 1 a samule volume of 160 cheater must you state I i. a.s the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of ltl 5 as 8:1 m./\rTi ac 0rII.a0 9.m;
: a thirty days* Rewion and he i i" going go. -- pages containintr the history of several the estate of Jotiu: V,". Uu-hnell. deceased for section twenty-fire (25), township four south p r'i, arriTI' :Vt inlt'rPnb I-mOTic-do fop JtL _
,' final settlemo.it and u-k for a final discharge twenty-one east and the southwest ]>1111"11 jlwpers* for Cux-innati and Tampa KndJackaoaTilte ud
; to hold him to that.-Gainesville! .1 A Pure Democrat. nations complete, by which you can judge range ; quitter
fro msaid a.'iuiuiKtraiiva. of the fcouthweat quarter of section thirty an-1 Now i)rlca- '
-i'.,-,, Sun. Dispatches from Ridgefleld. Conn., for yourself whether you want the entire A. W, BlDOLE ($).township four, south of range twentytwoeast Trains iHiih *r erBfcb ,' .. work. His, catalogue of cli >ice books. 128 May 27.1E33.-.Cm Administrator. ; and the west half of the southeast quarter .eei.t t I'f.hy. ('onneeL" 81 F..rnu"h for 1I'na. **&,
if i stating that Dr. Kainsford addressed large s.-nt < ll for 2 cents. 11&< of the southeast quarter of section thirty-four ;. rjm.r-\t..j. r..i th.1111''''tttd T0U1t.:1OtIkl\ 'Oft,
o lp" pre
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f While the democratic Il'aliers are IT lg A DCTY y.. ewe yoanelf.4 fm.II township four. south of range twenty-one ea-t. pfw'a a. d nnn'M>n>*'III 110* ,_pnint. Smlay train to:.. ,( .
democratic at that Saturday wonderful feast fur hook lovers. Address the _
to
: meetings point ou a r let beat Talae tur your .ey land ..ne comievt<, UMTH I.rrn.tmtroa.%
These are.therefore to notify and admonish all n. p m. r.rriT" IIQ'riUe&
Lr.B.oilze In footwear by .rcha lB.
for the yar >
; !: naturally-giving to the fight night. created great surpnse among John U. Aiilen. Publisher. 57 Ilo-: "'. L.. Ooaglas ea...*. which r*.p r*.ent th. persons interested to come forward and show t-arn Unin.MTk-k \tL'\DL".Itft\I Atlaata. L'incinn100 X tiTffle. ,
presidency their bent thought and street New York. beat valae l-r price. ". a* tk* sma4a cause if any they have, on the 80th diy of No For infonn o.nee local njpnt. Ticket: office S6 W. Cay trret,
rt the Episcopalian members of this city. -, -.-- Will leatlfr.. vember. A. D. 1892.at my office in the town of I HO'\n "lrt't.t. Ju'Igon.

t : attention, the congressional election I nod caused great rejoicing among the Mr. Clc\'l..Imdl'iglll'd private KsTTAJU MO IIUBS'l'ITt1'1' Starke, .in s-tid county of Bradford.at in olclock S. S. PENNINTON. y afle Mann er. A.0. ;
said order of sale will be granted
.i r are not being neglected. Tin re i ismi a.m., or ; provided
. I. democratic politicians. The dispatches pension bills during I lii* fsi r-year this notice be published in tbe Bradford
;! danger that thc next house of I County TELEGRAPH a weekly newspaper published
',: quote Dr. Rainsford on giving his reasons term in the presidency than Grant ,, in the town of Starke. in said county of SUMMERTHE
..,- .' representatives will not be democratic i. for supporting the democratic ticket us had signed during l'lght"l'ars. or adi'ord. st least four consecutive weeks pre-
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.J' by a good majority, though, .1[I follows: "A tariff to foster special indu- %iuus to aid date. -
'pci than otner of his Witness hand and seal of said rcmrt at
of course, no one expects such ai,': tries is wrong, and it needs large fortunes any predecessor Starke, Fla.my, tWit 2Tlb day of ctober A. D. 18\1' GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA
I hi lie aUo vetoed
i- which furnish funds that vtn be used in or_ < Hiiecissors Wx. F.
ci-. large one as resulted from the poliVJual MALPBTRS. paring rates for the travel outof Florida' to all o'C'
bribery to continue ita existence. Thereare more private pension hills than HIIV (SEAL) County Judge.COIlImissiOner'S .
tidal wave" cf 1690. It is safe will shortly be plated OB &1l'.
thousands of honest republican but other and thus a check
president
put
to say, however, that it will be demo there are thousands of immigrants Ignorant ,of Sale. This hineis ib'* &S .>rtest and fastest ont of Florida

I-: i f; ocratic by at least 60 or 70 majority, of our suffrage nnd alas! manyI upon a species pecialy reprehen- vi.tllP. f ft.il or.le'- male by t'se Hop \Vm.I India mail to all points west and north west. Train
.. gilU di..I tnl'sty. None uf the IJiHl'Ihe '. I.tlI-.UI..l.llty ju*in and f..r llrjlBY -
venal Americans ntid
:'c- which will be sufficiently decided large campaigJfunds from union depot in Palatka and Mat-on.
Vonnecti
I C..1 ('u.I y,MRiC u k 1.i.ll\.fht..I.\u'Uit :'ti.
-d hIM
_1' t. : fnriii-h a temptation to Cribery vetoed were pa again. J Lie
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; for all Furthermore 'r.rjtiinfr.-j; Tie inr rsined conin8"t" in Macon with the vestibule limited for
, : purposes. which is immoral, and I. as a clergyman lecord, hoth us to what lie did and .i""l': --4l ti-- "..lfiiKi! rcil tal s>;n.. .I ] the
:iJr c. : there is strong hope among democratic must protest against any system hunt cm what he refilled to uo deserves the in ;'1'u t.r..f'\,I.I itn-iyt-\if of Flor LiS'Z east, and with tbrinajh sleeping car lines for resorts
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i-d"I' !'t" (h. c.t'3 cr t Hi\II.rl."P'.g.I.ijI .
leaders, not without reason, | build up H corruption fuud. 1 nlso( admire coinmendation of honest veteran >- I\, :"II'JTh.. ,nl'i h\t"tt 'tcl.trh'r tnckv and all points north and northwif Sleepin
;
> ". : that in the event of Mr. Cleveland's the democratic candidate. 1 know every .. (I.e rUI"tt.\c st:: ..II..rtl'r .t.:li.' t-iI.C. I".n,:.i,. and Macon. Trains
-"' .' .' 1 personally that be no opinion until of the war.-Barlow News. S c..".' -r.n .'l\'ir ty-f .." -n-r. cuit.iiii ;ave as follows: Pabtka, 5 40
'.- 't''. election he will have the support ofa gives p r.),'I.'t.o" ).1..1' ...1. >.ow 'J> v rtiitrof -(--. II.imiitt.il 51 a. m. an4 o 37 m. lake 8
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he studies and p. City a.
a question thoroughly, f ,
democratic well house. (, \viflsi-llli.# n; -r. aul t*>nl ('*!..(e nt|>;: -Imcfittki.
senate as as I then he speaks fully and truly. The I i.i Friii! < flRtweet 11,., (..".t ...oli..t ,., U.. A. P. KNAPP, Traffic 3ias sr. JAAKS

The upper body will doubtless be woods are lull of public men. but we need ; W. L. DCUCLAS t\n of:; '";.". i i ti,.:.ai I t.o""t m.it,"'.
> ll t NjJ hruir o'iialei.-o tie
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close will be leaders and the demands
and probably con- men as country 'l-v .
1 list iXsy Iflt.biM r. \ ti- 1332.Mwsariettiiisith
' iiollinl by the party that elects the Cleveland ns the leader in this educational ROYAL .S3 CHiV OLI .6 ix? CrNTLSEfVlEN FOR : :>i tsyor *M month and a Scititiflo Amrieuiiir G. W.
l 1. sale H id red talroUl for
? CA&1paign.-lJispalth in Times-Union. BEST Inr.\i.ilFJaTr.1la1fh. -jal day. : ny lamtordebu. :.AQuor
which from the m SHOE -
jiroiiliTH, means, : 'iVni's cash urcL-nser pa in; fortitle.
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; A .Blne sewed thoe. t!.,: u-!;! ncf rfJ,duD .
present outlook, that it will be dem- A New Diocese. ealf. _mle. cmor.tti? i-i(. Cer'j!?. more com- L. B. lUiuoes.t GENERAL
lort.be.! .trTl' cratic, The Episcopal diocese of Florida his at .P!:;e. E a.COo i.O1 n.Jo ceaCOlUDC 'jl.Imve lalt* I(43tp-t.d liaiit, i'c !irI -
--.. : troD Ii to,., 'L.r- -j in N..\' mic-r! ihc i>a. :y'I);-) -.41 i'" S-v- : -
ft, THE OFFICIAL VOTE. been divide! bytlhe general conference 54 and a, n.1dec.lI1eealf. '. "-'. htly i f sal J !''.'ntll. I* 1:. ,I5 sODUS.
froftitrlti't.cni'T and durable aJoea1DI4
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: ::2 The vote as announced by' the of thfct religious body now in session hiI ax frmtni.the price luejre & imported oboes_ 0" nieit'et. ]

p : : 4. state board of canvassers is as follows Jain more. The southern portion of the SQ.4O |'.Iea Shoe,worn by farmers sad aU Notice of Dissolution.T -b. I
9 w othwabo wan a good teary calf,CIne
: state has been made a missi'nerv diocese, soled ertecBton edco c:ce.eatr to waa in.anA will Tl!!(;;3.-rr'M : fe J'::\ c.'iH-era: Tie! fn Is located At tbe !
and of will have k ot .tePtdr7a-t r.r.j.SKA \. .-
course a missionary >; : J! v:' tnt C".l'.i.vthUi>.tj. liyi is prepared make
For Henry L. .Jlitchell. 81.- .. .1.eCIII!', 5i,'>3 and $-1.O5W.rk.WSk .
governor. bishop This movement for, a division Is..*a'.bA,e-* x: j j.'ve more wear for Ux. : > '-<.1 t..',-!!5fr,>f, i"-..vu 1:;< '|''c.l. Mr. Ii. ?(. \*illi .bf'wb DI let' in*. tiu or .."..
887 A. P. Baskm. 8191. i t- r i .-- ...,
; 0: er uremsdeforserTloe. \ < ; u4 j.j\ fj.v-3 iaK ( ML3NlO..361 ir.t
: b&oaelthaa a'Ii..ey
+ Justice of supreme court. R. F. Taylor began several years ago. but did not I; To* incrculog aDJ &Ui show that worUfigmsm t1 a.- .""- r.ll' t .v.ji.5: !,' f.'.j.t rifr>. TI... <' I : .'Civ.a-- JI-M a wagoa ur r ,
assume definite slnpe until the luuiual k ,f c aad tf."cr. \7 .'u .1) fie I\i *.t'Hid:It. 'l.Vvllfisii' .... TawaaSSSSr&rie -'I juu a plu'w
:: 80,678; D. LAlcKinnon.. 5.893. I church council held in Jacksonville last AKI14 B" "l'---oo ara vntiis' f 1.75 8c" ..1. ,.-jli.. ;".u. 1.- ..114 1lJt.k.tIJ"tIIIt. ", koe ht r8c .'
i Secretary of state. John L. Crawford, V Biie. are worn by the DOTS .'eI'J'- ir nn-f, ,- .X.L.'v lv (.-..\wler.J.- your
: 81 047; R. A. ilonsalvatKC.! 5802. yrar when the commit to whom thisi when Thsicciicerriceabtosboessoldattaepricec.tbelr 1'. I..1.t. P"'I''i.; t-... iilijS-'H S. ;itritasLsr ert4ur.

Attorney-general W. D. Lamar. 31251. matter was referred recommended that a Ladies' iU: UI1 ir.Ieti?; (Unini u, 11..., CLW btr !. I i-Vi; ntifaMJ .! ,.. )Ir. '.
fc I I "committee of three be appointed to interview MI.ot tbe bsuticgola OrI35aZU tnd out all ibiS

W.Comptroller.M. Uickson.W.5.608.D. Bloxhnm 30.971; the parishes and determine their POWDERAbsolutely 2n1red.. i5e&sos TbSysvyItyi1a.coDmftab1o equlac..lDade.-CIOIUIIC sad dwabl Notice to Debtors nud t'rcditorsNOTIClVi' ; v lift a. If used fur any !

consent to tbe proposed cessions." from k-.Q 10 til.O. Lad_wlaG will$O'PM "' hi.n'jyrfTpa! that an pi'l'9l\nlll- ". '. can-be put Ux .' :
C. B. Collins 80.W64 An- ; tutm fiL.
Treasurer. foot n-eflBdU
; wear till O 11
Tbe new diocese will be south of the Pure. CaaiU*.-.W.L.DovclM'BaiB* and tk* ides to ta the ttto Charles 11.dceeaFeJ. C3ik--. I'I7BLlSllua._ .x- v. mil and )learn ail
drew 5.57.Superintendent -
Chelf. ___
late of J..':.- -. linuirwt .
southern lines of the counties of Levy. tamped the bottoa of each shoe; look for K > eooHty. tnt
_* public instruction,- of wilea ycs B.wanofdss3eriaUptlagtossb.; .:.in pay the si'SHi to iheund'"Jr.t i.- I N wagon .
'v. N. bhcats. 30,969 Oscar N. Williams Alacbua Putnam and St. Johns and tbe A cream of tartar baking. powder. ntsrtest rItV.cthee sz..forthee. taeasabsfitiaauai4B wkhr-HL: delay anti all persona havintr claims Bipans Tabules bani&h pain. Me. l hut n wUrt
; Lateit U. 8 Government 4 .* 4 > hlW.
general convention will elect bishop for all In Iravenlag strength >itt KB .ab.et >&.UOIa i by law, :a 2tast sakl estate mu,i present thrui duly <
5.550. Food Report. lataing a.7 asSet t&..prs f Bipans Tabules asrfs* digestion. 7.
wiihln
it before it adjourn*.-Sanfonl Chronicle. aiitoe-Ui-aleil. two years,
W.' DU&61 BI'.du. Ma.Ici4b
Commissioner of agricuKurr, L. B. ROYAL B BJJUJM fowm Co-'106 Wall Sfc, K.Y. i i \;- be j.k-ad fu bar oT the reeorerr. KO I.
cvW
Wombwel John W., I. Mas. E. a lunjtr. 1. Tabulea constipation.
31,07 Hendry : 1.nipam
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._ 5.531. I Try 8LCK-DRAUSNT' r_y I Kipans Tabules cure liver troubles. I rJ.V.. HODGES. I Oct. 14th.-2moal. Eweutrir., Taboles osro ay apepsia.i Starke : :

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'. A Fopulw; *, FrmerlptloB. Bradford* Lodge- No 42 F.% $' 'A.'M.A ..
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--DEALCH IN-- .' }."_,.'--_ ... "''- I. O. O.. r.-Kesn'ar
I .' iJ Si.N "" "'" ,- -., ffry Tuesday : .. .

Fashionable Millinery and Fancy Goods, Laces, Ribbons and Veilings, Silk Balls, Tassels and Appliques; Sleigh and Lib -' :
Felts and Plushes Silk and Wool Shawls child.re s' andfcf .. -L
Embroidery, Knitting and Wash Silks, Tinsel Balls, etc.; ; J.rEtrt'q.i .
' Bells *
'.,rty and Hosiery. The largest line of children's Hosejn the city. Finest line of! Drcss Goods, Buttons and fl -
? Undervests ':. L. S'mVAItT. 1).
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i ever brought to'this market. Nice assortment of Dress and Trimming Silks, Hamburg and Linen Embroideries, la- i I .

\Jnmmings dies' and gentlemen's Shoes; boys' cheap Clothing, gentlemen's Overshirts, Laundried and Unlaundried Linen Shirts. Stock of ThJ i t LiTcc1r.. ...'i. :

Domestics complete. Call and examine for yourselves, as space and time will not permit further enumeration # l 5'.."l, e'Y-e 1h.I-."' ("1)I.lfjl'' ,"'."'.

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received COLUMBUS DAY. Two Hearts that Beat us One. I I' .'* ['.:,,,. ": tt",. *. "
Fresh graham flour just J JONES 'P f MM .* t it ipc5 s
TELEGRAPH At of H. Moore, on ... :- .,?' I P":1' l
BpFQRD COUNTY\ I by Fred Martin & Co. -- the residence Jerry -: : i : ) :H iUi4i > ,t.

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I How It Was Celebrated In Our the 19th inst. a lirill'unt; wtddiogonk '" I -- -
=- I Oat meal in bulk, fresh from the pfcce. Rev. Wm. F. Mulphurs offlciHtiner. "Your wife must take more txt-rtif. UGh aU Gn"i, :..' Or.its st..tC'v ..
City.
: Fla. Oet. 28, 1892. mills Fred Martin & Co's. The contracting pirties were Miss Hettie "But, doctor what can I do bhe tf : :
Starke at PL'CUCA
STARKE
the the set -
21st. day
Last Friday apart Moore. one of the reigning belles of The 25 Years Behind the Counter. fuses to stir. ? .
niylr '
Miss Ida Witkovski is clerking in by proclamation as the day to celebrate in rcsa, ad Mr. Richard M. Johnson n 'Give her some money to go shopping ,!--.- --- -

Local .affairs. Mr. N. J. Jones' mammoth dry goods honor of the discoyury of America by prominent citizen of Ockwilla. lay joy -itb.-Harper'a I Bazar. t COMER L. PEE '
Christopher Columbus. wait a perfect day and happiness go with them : ,\TTOnXla'-\' -!.\ \' nod JtCT. :';;
Why boy inferior flour when youcangetSw&t store.Lrgestbar. Be MUttd the Point. -aTl'\- .....'
Home at the same in every respect Our beautiful Florida Sunday School Convention. Almost his tint effort in a newspaper I Fire Incurznce. '

& Richard. of best brown soap in climate was at its best, At early sunrise The Sunday school and mission conven- Shoes Clothing Ladies' Hats office was to condense an account of agolden '.
'
at Heiberger '' .rt''L1'.EtU.OO'f'1::: 'U
Fred & Co'.s for 5 -
Martin
price black' silk town at those of our citizens who were yet wrapped Lion of the Santa Fe River Association wedding. He did his best and PI'\'ltF.' ,. \;.\ IH"O'l, ( ,;t--'i (...0t't:1 /.
umbrellas .
Oar initiadies' I cents, of dumber it in. His editor looked it over :;:: : >i-Y, r..t ittrrt) : ..... '.i. "
?_ _ in sweet dreams were blinded .
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First
be surpassed will convene with the Baptist Trimmed and Untrimmed CV&ipaunro. Choice; loU: of Lam' ilf *"f al.
cannot of all hc and handed it back\ remarking coldly: .
Mr. Gardner has sold the West aroused by the vigorous ringing OctoberS .tunl.Y for sale. -
Co.
Sternburg & church of Starke to day (Friday.
Truby, place on Crosby lake to a Mr. Peeler, city bells. This part of the program had ). An interesting program has been "You seem to have got everything" inexcept ST\r.KO: FLO '..IDA.Frazce .

AH kind of hauling done urompfly of Illinois. not been announced, and the first impression arranged for the occasion that will doubtless ThDmson Glove-Fitting Corsets. the point. Try again. ju1t

at J. W.-Alvarez & Co.'s stables- created was that the whole town was prove both interesting and instructive, Greatly abashed, he returned to his I< C i FlailAtt'ysandCouns1fcrse1.
iiorae sewing MIHS Winnie Farmer is visiting Al arc cordially! invited to attend the desk and toiled for nearly an hour over
New
Domestic and fire and rushed horn their GOODS! t
sale friends and relatives at Gainesville on people I service. DRY the thing, finally taking it falteringly a Is:; *
machines for by homes In every direction, only to be greeted second time to his chief. That functionary ,
& Co. and Bronson. From Pern.PERU. .
Trqby, Bternbarg with the announcement that the citizens A Letter read it through, and then with cr.lu: ROOf ..YO. I. JvJtilW ::

Send your Jacksonville consign- There was some talk of a skating of Starke were determined to jollify FLA O'-tober 24.-We left DRY GOODS! contempt looked the young man over. STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA.

mcnU to the Florida Producer's rink this week, but nothing d finit't'has in this humble way the celebration of I Slarke ou the 13th, at 2 p. m., sun time. S "Don't yon sea that the striking thing And Downey Culid'g cor. Third s.rui

and Consumers Exchange. tfDon't developed. Columbus' discovery. i and reached Turn pa at 9 p. m. Our home about this incident, and the only thins CenterStrs.. Fernandma: :: Fti.DE : .
head for the night was with Mrs. FaJbie Jonesat which makes it worth our while to print jy!. -
forget that we are THE: SCHOOL CDILDREN.I N. J. Jones' big
W. P. Brooks of Jackson. Plant Hotel. all is that each of these individtudf
Capt. the it at :
shoes. .
quarters for James Means & Co. ville, has been iq t1Cty\ this week Professor McDonald and his able corps, On the 14th we came down to Peru. 15 now celebrating their golden weddiujc: "r I-I RI\r..,_f 10, ...
I the
Trnhy, Sternburg of teachers had spent some time in .
visiting friends. miles from Tampa. Here we are with old stock is in consist- haa been married once before. Probably
Have you tried Sweet Home floor? training of the UU'eones' under then Wisconsin U friends of twenty-four years. an almost unprecedented thing. You ( A LEI: IN-

Rale are increasing every day.ne Mr. J. G. Alvarea has added a charge and had invited the citizens geuer- standing. 165 miles south cf Starke. have carefully left the main point out

The best trade nee It. For sale by rice machine to his grist mill and ally to be present at the school room to The business hen is iu the line of phos. ing of everythingthat of both your condensations."

Hciberger_&_Richard. ginning establishment listen to the exercises. As soon as the phate. about which I may write again. It The newspaper man went on to say GENERAL r:1ERCHfiNDiSEnIt
school was called to order a processionwas is warmer here than at Starke and there that he neverf.rgot-that experience. He
School i-Thd fltatiof'lc>ry-new Miss Lillie Peterson of Bartow and their are rnoie mosquitoes and other insects.
formed and tho pupils his customers thinks he owes his success to it. for he
stock-at Morgan Bro's.A8k Ga., is spending the winter with her teachers marched through the principal We have plenty of good lish from the has come to be one of the foremost "con-. V COODS.NOTIONS .

I C Webb for cards, stencils, sister, Mrs. S. M. Wells streets and back to the school house. Gulf and oysters, at some points arc densers" on the press. Things come to .

etc., of the Florida Producers' and There were twos.over each 200 wearing pupils a in beautiful line marching little plenty.We are both as well aa usual. Grandmais want. Useless to him from all parts of the country to be ::
by
Consumers' Exchange. tf A great many grangers are coining badge of red, white and blue and carrying better. as she is free from care. I "boiled down." "Since that maiden effort

of all kinds at the into towq now-a-days, which a United States flag. The think we shall like it here. and hope to I which was such a total failure,"be 1100TK. ;' :::

Job printing office. makes it look more lively. spectacle of 200 bright school children I.I enjoy the winter. We should be glad to tell you what all says, "I always look for the point the '.
TELEOBAPII: marching in line througb our streets wasa 1 I I see our many Starke friends but for the first thing."-Her Point of View in New .'
N. J. Jones has 800 Crosby ceme- Mrs. S. McCormick and Mrs. Wile delight to the people. who showed their present will be contented with those we York Times. SHOE; :::t.! ; "

tery lots for sale. son, of Gainesville, are guests of appreciation by turning out and viewingthe j iud here. S. C. THOMAS. he sells, you all ;;

Wnte to the P. & C. Exchange, Mrs. Ellery Davis this week. procession as it passed. as well of as subscribing I eELREE'S WINE OF CARDUI for Weak Nerve An Ex-Queen'. Good Fortune. GROCEPiES.Starlw : .
toward treat
Jacksonville, for market prices before I. Most of our farmers report about and caady liberally given to the children a just apples before -I Lawtey. I know. When this The ex-queen of Naples who has suffered -

yon ship elsewhere. tf a half a crop of cotton this reason, they passed into the school house.At Lawtey wanderers through the Northare all the the pangs of genteel poverty -... ..- -- Fh... .
during past twenty years or more -
recitations
receive the school there were ninny
New Hne'of lowTitioes jnut and good corn and rice crops. and orations by the pupils and speechmaking returning. and all seem glad to get has now been placed in a comparatively .; f

de at Truby, Sternbnrg & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Colvm have a bran by the older ones, and much history back. Among them are A. W. Biddle enterprising mer- affluent position. Her mother, the late b1UK1t1 : }

We make returns on day of sale. their house and was brought to light that had laid and wife and W. B. Smith and son, Hal Duchess of Lndovica, of Bavaria, who a.u. 48'--
Fl. P. & C. Exchange, Jacksonville. new girl baby at away in their memory for many longyears. O. Smith. chant died some weeks ago, left a fortune ., : ; ,
of it. justly says ,
Lester is extremelyproud The school closed at noon and .
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yielding an income of about $100,000 a 'r .. .. .
tf session. Rev. J. T. Lewton, of DeLand, con := ;' -.-
there was no afternoon c-- ; l.. .
ONE MILLION BOXES of oranges Miss' Mae Peek has gone to T oubiana ducted quartet ly meeting services at ear. According to the will of the " BRADFORD COUNTY GUARDS. Grace M. E. church last Sunday. his is the duchess the property was to be shared : ', :. ,' ..
Burton K. Barw of visit ,1. I f"1
wanted by by Tampa, to }-1.) .. .
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way ...
had portionof :
Lieutenant Owen Owens a Rev. Mr. Hole:man and wife who sojourned equally between three of the daughters -. l'ttti .
Jacksonville. ber many relatives in that'state.The his company on the streets In the afternoon at Lawtey for some weeks Ibid nf the duchess, namely, the empress of I'",' '. .. ;'"! __:. <
lJ Iil
All summer goods: at reducEd weather made quite a change drilling. and a great deal of attention summer and full, have returned to their Austria, the ex-queen of Naples and the :- ; "."- .....J: :-;--j -..- :- i :
Troby, Sternborg & Co was attracted to them. The boys domicile at Cedar Key LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE I Duchess of Abncon. J \ -":-p;; ; c g---; !:;:_ :' I
prices. on Tuesday, and overcoats were have got the tactics down fins, and their About the usual acreage of strawberrieshave I ; rr.t: \ '- \ .. ,\
Peaches,.grapes, berries, vegetables brought ont and looked comfortable. charge on an imaginary enemy is sufficientto been planted this year, and they are The empress, however, is so wealthy i(j' .I. 'tHI .. Jy. <, .:. '0$
in that he not the jn her own right-she has an income of :::., -:' : ..
et., and oranges season. I make one glad is eneuy generally doing well. In this n .
tf P. & C. Ex., Jacksonville. Our winter visitors will soon they are after. 1 heir various maneuvers Rev. S. F Wolf. of Mansfield, Ohio, $200,000 a year of her own, besides the
begin to arrive. The cold weatherin Were very interesting. Bradford countyis is here looking after his plantation, some right of drawing upon her husband's J. L. GASK1NS'DEtLtr .
The TELEGRAPH will be sent to the North will drive them down. proud of her boys. and well she may be. three miles southeast of Lawtey. He is he backs practically inexhaustible purse-that she IS .
any address for $1 a year. In the evening there assembled a great expected to preach at Grace M. E church place, up has abandoned her share of the bequestto :

No trouble to gel t your money Major' J os. L. Hill, our county many of our citizens at the school house.from next- Sunday. the ex-qucen of Naples, who will Drugs & !vled.icines

when you deal with the P. & C. Ex superintendent, was in the city this upon our prominent tarnation ci'izens.to listen to Col.oratory C. L Peek While a sale North of some Mr. E.5.000 G. acres Hill consummated of land-, his assertion with therefore now come in for about$60,000to Star c, Flat

change. _ tf week making up his annual schoo* was chosen introduce the speakers an* just west of Lawley. to a Boston syndi. $70,000 the heroine a year.in The Daudet's ex-queen figuresas in Physicians' Proscriptions

LADIES, ask for report. Dr. Powell to lead the music. cate who are having it surveyed and "Kings tttrefuCompounfo-I at c, lLQ7IJ'SJ-cllTJ ormglit
_ Col. Then. E. Bugg was the first called platted and will put it on the market for several good and Exile.-san Francisco Argonaut. .

Mrs. Windisch left on Wednesdayfor upon, and delivered an address worthy of sale.; Look out; for ft boom. --.- .._--. -
FORD her home in Palatka, after a the occasi o. Col. Rob't. M. Smith was Old people have taults,use cnimren,out
pleasant two weeks' stay in our next called upon. and then Col. James T. ...,- BLACK-DRAU6HT tea cure Constlpitiou.Teachers' substantial reasons they have no mothers to forgive them.A U.D.iilNERWatchmaker '

Sternburg Cob Wills, both of whom made very appropriate little of the flattery you throw at a
at Truby. midst. _addre ses. There ::ere songs by the Im titutc. man may fall off, but most of it will stick.
Fine horses and carriages at J VV instrumental duet by is the of the .
male quartette an The following: program receive andyou
shelter Forgive a slap you today,
Alvarez & Co. Jerry Johns is putting a new Misses Mae and Cornelia Peek, instrumental Jnulfonl! County Teachers' Institute to ln- will have a blow to forgive tomorrow.
over the sidewalk, in front of the solo by Miss Mae Peek and singingby and'
J W Hodges has a large stock of building occupied by Heiberger & the audience. Altogether the meetingwas hcloll\1. Like Duller N-.v. mlnr 5lh, 1&U2: : Somehow it comes natural to the hum-
clothing that he is bound to sell. very enjoyable. and the tired citizens 'J:'';) 11. in. Exposition:, of best method First of all he has served blest man to say "they" when speaking of
Richard. Mrs. A. ..Inacs.IU talks of
of the manner "f tetelui ii.! d slur, wicked people and "we" when he
to their restwere proud
Call end it.. going
see ;}} lie-ports of teachers Atchison Globe.
to HI; u in the faithful and good.
lo which the day had been spent.
OLD. 'RIP TOBACCO. I Messrs. Andrews and Alvarez re ANVILs.The nn hit yi.i'lnn of tlirir, viiionls.l behind the dry goods counter r '.:??r ? cf (?;w9 t received Jeweler
<\ '1 turned Tuesday from Jacksonvillewith THE ':;:y) to I 1. .ecture-t'ultjct"t: Apli the czar of Russia the stick with
from
J8 &hew this brand, who never I some new horses for their liv- boys now took a hand in the celebration 1.1 I..i| iiicni.il leaching in hi&tlryand gc- which he struck the Japanese policeman .

" A ned before, stable. and commenced firing anvils and I"lrhy.. for 25 years, and is conceded who attempted to assassinate his cousin, Fla
ery the fun until their powder and DlM-ns-sion of school troubles! :3t2ko .
:.. And having bought it once, comes kept up 11 I ) 12. \ the czarowiU,at Rieto. The cane has been
.
', back for more. Golden Rod Baking Powder, the the patience of everybody bad given out, ,nul their, I'.ml.tlic'i.I Incased in gold,on which are engraved the -- -..... --
the last took himself DissciiSsii iSiitjetIie..i : to be the keenest buyer that "
and then jollifier p. m. loS p. 111. ? > for valor.
Prince George,
"To
& Co. best in the world in Mason quart words,
Sold by Truby, Sternburg away to test There was no disturbance method ol kMfhing chili'.icu\ l concentrate -
jars, for only 30 cents each at Fred during the entire day everything being ;' their ininils upon their studies The young Archduchess Margarethe f ssortment of
If due anything on Archduke Karl Ludwigof Largest
you are your to the market. Sofia daughter of
Martin & Co's. quiet and orderly. Anp.'iiiki, O-cai Cone, .J. P. Ix-nncU, L. goes .
subscription to the TELEGRAPH we t Not many of our people will live to see J. Ivn'iriil. .J. E. J. Wainright, R. T. Austria was 10 thankful for her recovery -
take fodder & Richard's fine milk but all will feel I from a recent illness that she gave Watches Clocks and
will oats, corn, potatoes Heiberger another Columbus day. 1)owIi.' .
chickens, eggs or anything else cows make quite a show in town. proud of the way this day was observed in a to :!.:;II p. m. Essays! -:Mibji ct: The Second. His long experiencein to her church a:with solid diamonds gold heart, rubies as big and as .
hand set
her ,
you want to turn off, and allow full There is nothing more desirable than Starke. li'.!lIt way lo win ilio luxe ; fliI l n-pet-l .r pearls. The heart will be placed on a Jewelry

market price. tf a good milk cow. I ...... OF CARDU a Took for Women. liil.lren.....k,.Miss Appointees A. Ixjiimr, Mi..Miss....:: EnU KallirineC lliers.Mis. the business gives him a ; frame of a famous picture of the virgin at ,
altar.
have the best of the -- S: A U..ICMIH. Miss Elicit Uivis. the church
Try our cigars, we Editor O. J. Farmer t
,
A New River Pound Party. 2lU:! t" ; p. m. J5iM muli.xt\ fbitCLcl1! superior knowledge of what the Special attention given to the repairing
the .
Bronson Trees.I
assortment in city. Times-Democrat of accompanied Fruit
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The richest thing of the season was the i ill ; I Ir.u'\li'>ns ami I compound piopnrlion.liH .
Truby, Sternburg & Co. Senator Call to this cityon residence of .\ | >iii.t>. T. U. U.uiig; U T Dowlinu.. again call the attention of those interested of Cloclxami Watches

A fall line of James Means celebrated last. Saturday.The ticket and pound party at the :$. G. M.irrctl, W. W. McDonald Mitch trade needs, and where and in putting nut fruit trees <>t i"> (;ooa work diMio tt rc-.FojiabU' rales.
.
B. J. Sapp on last Friday evening. gottenup 'la.l.cc. find, to the fact that 1 can till tlnir '.ikrcheaper ----
shoes for men and boys at ladies' Improvement Societyare by Misses Lula and Rosa Sapp and ;1 10 ,1 p. m )ls'C'llssionu"l'c! : The I thai they can gel such cI. -'
Truby, Sternburg & Co. I Il' Ich.r>) how to it at ROCK BOTTOM -el&ewht-re. LiContc one iiml \\\" FOR SALE.
preparing for a fair, to be held cousins. Misses Emma ana Susie Adkins. I'uliliivrhuols I I .w'l our duty8; : get pears
S. G. UtirncM, old and Ktiffcr Hybrids a s>peci;illy. ,
with hands, tll 11w111.pl'oinh'I's, years
Cedar K> at Meachams the 25th of November. The The young ladies. nervous
y oysters about I. II I r.tock' of shruMicry. \ man Ic
drew out of the box the ones' names they Mi.th Marl. It. T. D<.wlin-. Also a large The following described pr-yerty
every Wednesday and Saturday, until proceeds are to swell the park fund. were to take out to supper. As none .MIIIMHI, Thus IKUKJ.. L. Hill. .\. :S.: PRICES. I can: see what he is buying bi-fore he pI)'!: rated within the corp rte! limits. vfthotown
farther notice; 35 cents a quart, of their they must U..nald..I1.: I I. J. Knight.Kvery for it. Grape vines of the test v.irifiu-: I
complained partners is i offered for sl l<*:
Mr. E. of Stnrke
,
Mary Etta daughter of Florida. J.V.. SYDBOTEN.:: :
; u-.ichur is earnestly requested for
20 cents a pint. all have been satis ed. carries the nicest
He
Third.
Cleary, of Waldo, died at the home Soon they marched out to the beautiful ;stictnl I he Institute. Nil pains will b.: - Two Acres or Land
FOB SALE-One Herring fireproofsafe. of Mrs. Hall, at Temple's Mill, on table, which had been handsomely decorated -parc-d I ni-iUr lie 1 nst iL ole I Ixith pructiitl Guaranteed Cure well fenced upi>u whirli tea l g tlld. well -

Apply to Mrs. M. A. Read, the 19th inst., aged 7 months and 20 by the careful hands of Mrs. B J. (' anil j>ri laltle to the Radius uiid their line' of Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets We authorize our advertised druggistto painted itr.q pliuttrul t\\C-$,t.H'y dwelling,
Burrin House, Lawtcy, Fla. iapp and Miss Susie .\dkln First they Klirxdoik. Bell Dr. King's New Discovery for excellent 'II of water t.ric-kecllrClLU
w<
_ cut the cake which contained the thimble, Our biiH.-ti"lciulent| J. L. Hill afkrii'nini Consumption, Coughs and CoMa upon an
Our line of medium and fine days.Mr. J. R. Wells wife and child each one hoping bis or her piece woud con i'\Vt"ti !; t ihc fe.i-iijility of linUlini: she and plushes for this mar- this condition. If vou are afflicted witha the clay; }ro"tl sttlitv anti t uthuilultigs.
dress is and all Lain that little article, as it would denote llloslltllh' :il h'ri'vltnc. Innls it to lie enUu cough, cold or any Lung, Throat or The following i H a lisU/f_ the Trees gr..winj -
goods very complete, Whitcomb all of trouble and will use this remedy .
and Mr. W. A. Miss Arizona iitiiriciirihic.: uid unlus: me touiixttimv Chest '
married. ly
ask is look the next one to be | it fair trial Mud experience ; upon th"l>':ici00 -:
that a
we you give us a : Jacksonville, spent Wednesday in Cason, one of \Jfew River's fair young ladies HA nulling, to be at Luke Duller ket, consequenty the trade aa directed no giving bedefit, you may return the Plum Trees, l"J varietus, 21 V"J.r
before you buy. Our prices are this city, guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. and Mr. Judge Dekle, one of LukeButler's on November 5th, Ifc03. bottle and have your money refunded.We .
right and quality superior. M Wells. 'gallant 2 young men, were the F. G. SCIIKLL. could tint. make this offer did we not bearing:; Uhcstfiiits 5,$ varieties Apples

Truby, Sternburg & Co. lucky ones. After this the crowd, num- WORLD'S FAIR- -ALBUMS- comes to him for nice goods. know that Dr. King'* New Discovery 6 t lux (3 btauilard; : oir Fear''*'ts;

Mr. Aires, of Henderson, N. C., bering over a hundred gathered comfortably could be relied on. It nnvor disappoints.' 40 Orsuijcc Trees. 4 varieties;?! Pe.itr,

In dress trimmings we have every- is in the city looking up a location. around of the the entertainment table. and it was was fully then Given Away by the C. H. & D., Fourth. His financial stand- drug Trial store.bottles. Large free at size SUrke 50c and Drug}'.; Co.2 4 varieties; Apricot 7; .1'er!'immoii
that is and that
thinK new stylish. H. has traveled all over the West part and much complimented. I the "W orld'M Fair Route" 77. choicest v.irMii-s, ; lCUtJi M>. Iirptfeiltctcil

Truby, Sternbnrg & po. ern states, but has decided to make The appreciated beautiful hanging; baskets atd hangIng From Cincinnati.A ing enables him to buy direct i vatfi-tle": :;Quince 2. Chinese

For ladies' fashionable milhnery Florida his home. lights in the orange trees lent addi- magnificent album of World's Fair AH Ihealiovrtroi.nTviu l>earin must
tional charm to the beauties.of. the table, news baa been published by the C.. II. &
go to T. A. Knight's. Mansfield of D., which will be sent to address on and I f thN.m their'CI.nll yenr. I
Rev. S. D. Wolfe, of which was loaded with all kinds good I any from the manufacturer
The Cincinnati This ;: must Ic stxn twlcFr.r : aprrciaett. -
in
Who will the next receipt (If 10 cents stamps. place
to eat. get
the city few days things up
Ohio a
line and the was in
Largest cheapest '
SCHOOL GIRL.UeEb'i Hamilton and Dayton in connection !. further inferimt :lvpfr toT
?
ribbons can be seen at last week. He is looking after his one with the Monon Route is the only strictly for cash and thus put "
farm female disc... T\\*. ..\.. Li. :i.JiIA f'4"r'Lt ,
T. A. Kmgl1t's.Rest orange grove and strawberry WINE OF CARDUI for line running Pullman perfected safety /

between this city and Lawtey.If vestibuled trains with dining; can.from 4..lt. c r y"i".,4-
assortment of children's hose Senator Call Speaks. Cincinnati to Chicago. "The "Velvet" ting him in touch with the importer ---...... --------. -

in fast colors at T. A. Knight' you know of any news items United States Senator W. Call delivereda trains of the C., U. &" D. are admittedly 41.1a'a a "i"r r. 10... L.l-.. ENGLISHOTTO
why don't you write them down and very interesting and enthusiastic orationat the "finest on earth. and the line is a" and mak "
cixs.nt
representative "World's Fair Route. manufacturer, IULl1ii{" PeJ :, .
For your fancy goods, fell and in for Don'tcomplain house last Saturday, to a
hand them publicotion. the court on For tickets etc., address C., H. '
rates. any .
n' -- for I-t. Lr:4.. '
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8bes T. A. He
pl go to Knight's.Standard that there is nothing in large and appreciative audience. send I
album
very To
& D. agent. get; our your I wilt c2it hin'-1'tlcrOl. wii
& Co., :
Hon. James Alexander him the middle man j
brands of dress ging. the paper. It is a big task to hunt was accompanied by .nd Mr. cromwell address, with 10 ctnts In stamps, to E. O. ing only 1'II"III"IIo,1o, ..f7: -.. 'ay I'rttcnt Crttnklf 1a'-:Udt nl\ wr'c1ie ,
of Yolusia county.
hams S,. per yard at "1'. A. Knight's. up all the little local items. If you Gibbons, of Jacksonville both of whom McCormick, G. P. & T. agent. Cincinnati IT';{ PJ4AINI..Y A IU.UIH" nit(;:'*mpd-! :. tleliver&il! nt S-ivannali n,1._
Ohio.
don't think BO, just try it once. made interesting speeches. between the consumer and man? I\t $t ); :\,.(1'Itrtl n.tb4t'car. ; In urJt1
ThirtY.-8ix.inob plaid dress venting A Leader. for :.uy.'n<..* to prtteml lo *vjno\ l. id W crnl. IM-r-poun$. /
Senator Call received a rousing The First Strawberries.Mr. Electric do. A Iegisii ofpurclza. 31. rOLLlTZER,
80. per yard at T. A. Kiiiht's.Ladies' Since its first Introduction i as'l
reception Saturday night by the Jos. Wynna presen .ed.us the first Bitten has gained rapidly iu popular ufacturer. !.< know that: wr i prict'M angCZm 2. -

wrappers T., cloaks and blazers junior democrats of this city. The strawberries of the season on Monday the favor, until now medicinal it ia clearly tonics and in the alterative led- defy rivalry and that all our goods J. WISS 6, SCi'lSi'PR

cheap at A._Knight's.Boys' boys had an ample supply of, fire- 24th. The plant was set this fall and among containing pure nothing which permits i touch thu top notch in point of C''I: CAL

suit* |1 each at works, and the Starke String Band bat bloomed and contains three more per- iu use u a beverage or intoxicant, it is quality. Generally! speaking low I

T. A. Knigbt's.A was in attendance and made some fect and nearly ripe berries. Mr. Wynns recognized as the best and purest medicine and ,...;; : :. prices an n poor quality arc Siamese ORANGE' CLIPPER
reports a fine stand of plants this year for all ailments stomach, liver '
full very good music. .The senator made and prospects good for a Urge crop. idneys. It will cure sick headache,indigestion '. twins that can't be. separated. -
line of ladies' Jersey jackets them a speech.Mr. constipation,and drive inala- : t. Togivt- tr.vlo a new fmpetn*, we LeD1 izincee.:

at Truby, Sternburg & Co's.See Walter Wills keeps the best can- ria" irom the systatB. nulsracuon guaranteed ..;;;t> ...,' : will offi F. A. Condit of New York in with e.thbs&sIeortbe money ....'" .
our line of dress trimmings. dy town. will be refunded. .Fife only 50 cents. a .- --1; t': .- '- l a trial. .- Ii. "U'\l:
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city, and friend, Dr. A. W. Loziei, Co. .2McElrea' .. ., & Co.
bottle.. sold by8t8rU Drug .; TBUBT STERNBURO
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oby, & Co. A handsome prize with ; .1 :V_. r '
Sternbttrq every
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were in the city a few hours this ',. ,. .. .:.t./ ,., j :
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Fine mill property for sale. Ap- week and made a pleasant call at pound of coffee at Walter Wills'. Wine .of Cardul ':./-.:",?-':t 1iCf:1: .," ; :<,""..";';':..-, ,. i Bu kleri'. Arnica Salve. ,D E. ,. -'.- .;-;--'l.

ply 1.0 John II. Johns, Nqw River, this office. Mr. Condit is a real estate Walter Wills has just received I and THEDFORD'S,BLACK-DRAUGHT arc --, ,. -'....: ; .":- The best salvo in the world for curs. J. rial TheW and Cfppen raiJy warranted.ramada fit'the.'cry- Cap' .stu-... .
I ;
or to .1.. i. Frazee, at Starke. Terms broker, and also owns a handsome the finest stock of. candies in town. tale the (following merchant Ia.. '- "m{ -- bruises, sores ulcers, salt rneuin.. fever J TSebia'" are-aU.ptU eoqrY-.J; It' 1"t"" M!
<: for ,bj. { sores, tetter,chapped hand .chill>lins, practical CHJler! nuden4.wfc->r3. to suit porcba8e1' Good reasons eighty-acre farm ,and orange \ : cornn, and all akin eruptions, and positively ,., bare iusd tbent. -- .-rad' 5upijrada.J.wlss f ..
Bradford county: Sold tb Hardware
by *
given for wishing to sell. prove near Hampton. They left Mr. Burbridge, orange' buyer and STARKE DRUG Co., Starke. t cures pile,or no pay required. ItU A SONS.KiKirk.! N.I., Milstntrs." .

JUpana Tabules Tuesday for New York, but will return strawberry man, has been in the city O.W.YOUMO.Haaptoo. : -.-, i guaranteed. to give perfect satisfactionor i ---- --:--f' -_ .__ -.1.u' !:II

air' naiIlipans e about the first of January to a tew days this week looking after.. JNO.J.P.McCULLtar A. LUU.WtCBUUN'Lawny.aCLrARXBtrfrBter.. : : ? 2- y** ; box.inoiM For y refunded.sale by Starlre Price DrugCu.25.cents per, I- :Rjp3n;Ta1mik move t. 1W "

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VOL. xiv. 8TARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY OCTOBER 28, 1892. NO. 19.

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Tem,* **2* she. And rare enonch al* 1 I Involuntarily I winced, feeling that the THE INDIAN SUMMER. maker (who was an'artist), t show the- "Shalt you go td. Mrs. Chomley she 'V BETTER THAt PURE-GLD

A DARK SECRET. was."She'd tables were being turned on me. Bright autumn days, the dying year's last pre-Rphalit purity awkward inquired, finally. "0 love and wealth, fame, peace'a het'Manknd
of at"
: plenty in the highs
money command, I rose and tried to laugh. graces young figure, pleased the He stood for a moment ha striven
any amount of pluck and what does'she 'Evidently your too graphically told gift. critical sense of this undemonstrativeand cool. dark room, with his hat in hi Since Eva was driven
do but goes and bribes that sneaking tale has had Like ripe fruit garnered up by careful
a I said.
t. '
effect
I nonedealer fellow Brown to buy her a era outside epresung now'and try to walkit hands rather hard young man to an astonishing band looking down._ Wit AdAca fro the garden fair
horse.! He bought her one and they kept orf.go O swallows To sure, he had i away "Yes." struggle throU b a world of cara.
stay I nor like impatient lift dege b
The Storyof a Tragic it dark. But'thirdidn't come out till Alone and in the darkness I would Your wings to bear you to soft Southern n. Brnsmb promise Mrs. Branscombe reflected after he had Te forces the
.afterward, you must' know sir. The meet think Over what 1 had just heard. Alone lands. not to obtrude' any attntion upon her prone that he was the only man she had That ever plea.
was at l owley s; a fox was found in and in darkness! How said that withoul
truly did those inexperienced charge. reflected knon who could have That mAte for mortal happiness;
Life Drama. he Winlow Willows. A grand old sly boots r words describe my own condition! These fallen leaves I tread with scarce a that to civil was not :pay attentions being ignoble Who gets the first is not
proved, and b acurt
gave us a ring or two be It was evident there was no farther in. *
At all and however he have Though laa'ctos rest
fore the catastrophe happened. My mind formation to be gathered from the ex- pang event may a ;
S was occupied only with my work, and I huntsman. Iu poiut of fact, perhaps Remembering an their kindly summer sued matter with his conscience, 'FeliciaI t My poor child! Run for And happy he whoe'er he b

, never gave another thought to MiiS Har there was no more to learn. God knows shade, accepted the half hesitatin invitation the doctor. some one! Quick I Quick! Whom with all these the gods at bless.

I, BY E. M. DAVY.CUAFTEEXY. greave when I saw she didn't show up at itVIlS enough! But even then, as I I:. (How here the music of the thrushes rang)), Miss Felicia extended to him to enter, There is no time to lose. Thereputher 1 have no

the it all meet. Now this is the story of how tramped along the unknown road that Though leaves may wither, memories will aa invitation for which her timid glance down gently. My dear Mme. Cloza No love, weat hetb,

than one happened, which I heard' from more starless night, my passion had somewhat not fade. seemed to appeal to the placidly smilingphysiognomy -you are not hurt, are you? How- And yet count me truly blest.
eye-witness sir.
cooied, and I felt I might, have pitied
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HI A HCXTXXO COUNTBY. "The master had ridden his horse at a Georgia had it not been for those damn These rocks, so cold and bare other eyes of Mme. Ooz for support. how did this happaa? Oh, happy we as we can br,

i! Sleep being entirely out of the question very large and deep drain, when :Miss ing words of Little's! beneath which such Are written o'er and o'er; and t, I r'Old He spent a half hou Mrs. Brans- But the poor old French lady, with a No ntore shall bitter strife embruta u

I'was early astir racked my port- Hargreave appeared suddenly, from : subtle meaning lurked "Miss Hargreave, scenes, old friends either band a combe's "charming drawing-room, and vanished roat piece and shaken nerves, For. after yearsOfflghtsandtears
: mantenu and joined Hawks at the breakfast heaven know where, riding .at a Very sir, rode on." Good God! would the And bid o onward ais the rest oC the day he was somewhat was utterlr unable to tell a lucid story. *

I table: he imagining the while that I great. pace. She gave a shout ,of laugh.ter. tones of his'voice, the expression of his ma on my course Go. pensive and.his cases absorbed him per. Mrs.Branseombe pieced such information We've got a hired maid suit
they say, as she set! her hone also face he t 1D4it
at uttered
meant to him to the as them, ever cease to s be from her historic
shade
merely accompany' the place, close on the master's heels. taunt me? lisps a less than usual. I together a? might Tribune.

station. to departure Too close, for the Squire's horse, though This, then, was the story which a few For onward still through autumn days I About a week later he was bidden to phrases, between, the sobs, and the sort,
On my way up-6tairs exeuse my be took the all toil, combined fair and lawn in answers of the footman,
to Georgie. encountered Mrs. leap right, in struggling seasons ago, hid been the talk of the party given pertinent
Armstrong. She appeared on the look. up the opposite bank fell backward into sporting world! Though storms may break on homesteads the delightful grounds of one of the increasing I stood, very white, before her with the PITH AN I). POINT.

out for me. the water. Her hoise carried her over When a certain Mr. and Mrs. Dudley white with snow; number of fashionable women I sleeve of Ins coat torn.

The mistress has getten a sick head safe enough, but in so doing kicked the took up their abode in far-off Northahire, Though wt Death should lay me i the who felt that Dr. Houghton was the The c achma had been instantly .
ache an' does na wish to be distorbed," poor Squire-Good Lord! will any one and the hnntingmen, who were so cordial medical who had I killed. The mother tongue is probably the
only man really ever
who was out that day ever forget it?- w.th Jack Dudley in the field wished of Mars.Statesman.Generally .
he said.I'm going from home for three Hold hard sir; I haven't quite done yet. their wives and mothers to call upon his My soul, a migrant bird, would heaven. understood their case and constitution.This ."Who shall I co for, madam? Dr. language
Bat
days, Mrs. Armstrong-" It's no secret I'm confiding to your keep wife, they inquired first, "Who was she?" ward g lady was a widow and had some advantages Houghton?" asked one of the servant'svoices a slow match \ bashful

Weel, sor, an' that's ne news. She ing-the whole field vouched for the "Lester Hargreave's daughter. Beatrix L. Tollemache. or disavntage. over the I. out of the confusion. young man' coarthip.-Drke's Magazine. -

tolled me IIO! herseu." truth of_"it Miss Hargreave, sir, Why, every M. F. H. in the kingdom brilliant young dotor as regards ace. Felicia, when Houghton arrived, half .

Edna had done this-she had made the rode Good on God would remember the tragic tale the very A MAN OF AMBITIONS.BY But who,'after al knew anything of an hour litter, had not yet opened her It's a man who wouldn't rather
She did qneer
not knowshecould moment the
name was And how
"ny to me, God bless her! spoken. the To intents and After a of in the Philadelphia !
"Cau easy I neither see wife nor Mils not," I burst out, as a cold creepy the news would spread! fact purposes, eyes. an ony suspense feel his oats than his corn).- -
my sensation Mrs. Chomley a woman. silent room he raised his head with whit Times.A .
then?" almost paralyzed the words Need I wonder any longer that no callers EVELYN THORPE. w young
Lynton"Na. Ye juBtcanna." upon my lips, came to Langdale Grange? Need I There was a consciousness 'of the fact in lips. prize fight is called a "mill" because
The carringe WAS nnnou-ced, and we "That's just tho worst part of it, sir. wonder now what Edna Lynton meant ES can' I shall do what I the smile with.which she detained this "A complicated fracture. An opera the other fellow reduced to pul -.
I'm afraid she did." when she tried all could to for Felicia,I saidM1.Branscomb i .
dissuade
woman
set off. Hawks, i.oticin < my bag, asked rising celebrity at her side. Lion may be necessary. Baltimore American.There -
an explanation and told him I intended "Impossible! cried L stalling; up in me from thia fatal marriage? : look. Houghton's cold, handsome eyes "Oh, doctor!1" .
far York my excitement "No woman In her :Fool! Blind, infatuated dupe that I .. ing Houghton are men who tire theuselvei
going os as adding vaguely, felt .
a wandeied a little away from her face Mrs. Branscombo as though vengeance -
that I had heard of a horse for sale thero. senses- had been to sell my liberty for the sake ofa though he were aware almost to death looking for any easyplace.Bani's
. I deemed it wisest to make no mention of But I was interrupted by the door of beautiful face and-Mammon! that this now and then, and finally Mrs. Chomley from Heaven had descended upon .

Leicestershire even.to Cnarlie.On the room being quickly opened,and a man But, alas, more remained to be discov- .. promised a cried: her for her disloyalty to the daughter ofa HOr.
parting company at York his last putting his head in. ered. The part Dr. Gascoigne played in certain something "Ah, if you want to talk'to that.little relative not so far removed.She Love'a labor lost-A second.husband

words were, "I guess )'ou'11 not forget "Wanted," he said, making an impatient this wretched drama was s.till to be explained I.,, more or less definite, maiden over here, leave me this in- walked up and down her room, going on a time with his wife's first

the tip I gave you last night, eh, old sign to Tom Littlo; and leaving ; and I vowed to heaven I would ,.... and crisply closing her stanti" refusing sedatives, shuddering at ever husband' insurance money.-Cape C
?" the door open, he disappeaied. neither sleep nor rest till the mystery surrounding fan.
ehal I )pIe"uhed.! said "All right Charlie," Tom got up to go him was solved.I .- q observed "Must I!" asked Houghtoa, with step, at every opening and shutting Item.The
then set about making inquiries as to howI "One moment," I cried. "Close thr.t left Leicestershire by the first train i%, 'Wel. "don'tdo gravity. Bnt Mrs. Chomley had turned doors. When she couM stand it no man whose gate i off the hnge

could best reach Whitmore Park. After door and finish your tale." next mornng.: "Houghton, her back upon him. 4 longtr she went down to the drawing can talk by the hour explaining whj

considerable delay I obtained the name "Beg pardon, but it seems to have How long the return journey seemed too much for her. He had a lazy Felicia was attached to a brilliant room, where Felicia had been laid when somebody else doesn't"prosper.-Ram's

of the nearest post town, and for that I rather affected you sir. You don't happen how wearuome all the chances and delays way making such remarks. The fear little booth, around which weregroupela she was carried, inanimate, into te Horn.
took my ticket; but found, on my arrival, to be"-he paused and looked at me ? It was nearly 9 at night when I of giving offence never seemed to weigh house a couple of hours before.
uneasily "in. related-I was found myself once more at Wexham. number of young persons, with 'He belongs to the smart "I
any way
there was still a branch line to travel before him. He had the clear, impartialgaze aur and three servantswere set"
upon two
I could destina' about to ask?" I had telegraphed from York for a cab level, eyes, engaged more in door was open, or so. He's a fool. -
get any way near my tho calm features the
tion. "Go on. For God's sake, go on!" to meet me, .nd two were waiting out straight, entertaining a cluster of slim, limp standing in little" whispering group presume Blade. 4
"Party won't wait. Wants you this instant side the station.: Selecting that to whicha general personal acceptabity'constitute in extreme English than about it. Dr. Houghton came out and
It was 7 o'clock in the evening, and almost ," sai-1 tha man, this time grinning, pair of horses! was attached, I"was an armor it youth the the gament booth they made way for him. Mr. Brans- Why not make the cactus the National

dark, when. wearied and impatientwith as be again put his head inside the door.I about to enter it, when the driver stoppedme. quite possible for a man to be and n displaying wares con- combe laid her hand on his Her flower! It has more fine than
the long, slow journey,I alighted ata seem fined. Felicia seemed rather left out aIm pmt
placed myself between him and"mine It was engaged, he said, for a lady. to what he chooses. yet mentioned.
small wayside statIon. With the exception host." I therefore took possession of the other, say of their calculations. She stood some- throat was dry. any Itr.
of a female who got out of-a secondor "You are extremely iperinent" exclaimed i "Theie need be operation "he said. Ocean.In .
"My business must be attended to first, and we were soon passed by the two- what apart, and her fair, childlike face no ,
third class carriage, the rest of the passengers sir," said the latter, looking at me curi horse cab, which I could not help noticing Mrs. showng.however expressed a certain wistf alness. "But-" one respect the north pole is like a'

went on. ously. "If you'll sit down again, I'll was being driven at unusual speed. no further sign of taking "What brutes women can ba to each Her agonized eye searched his face. -roman's pocket. Very likely it is there,
"How .far is it to Whitmore Park Mr.Hargieave' .
?" I asked of the ticket- finish the story when I come back." About half a mile from the Grange we impertinence amiss. "Of course I shall other commented Houghton striding "But she will be a cripple for life." bat no man could ever find it.-Inland
place He passed me and went out, closing met the same vehicle returning; a ray of do as much for her as I possibly can. I Printer. ,
collect before passing through the turn the door behind him, but not before I moonlight glinting in showed me that it what when over the lawn. '
stile."Whitmore. had caught: sight of a woman standing was empty.The know you mean you. war Felicia brightened up with the most "And when do you intend to gt mar "Why can't :I marry the duke papal
Park is about three miles ontside. Though her face was turned entrance to the grounds was me not to do too muc. You like that innocent pleasure at sight of him. She ned?" Mrs. Branscombe asked question Hi titles a1 al right." "Yes, but his

off; but Mr. Hargreave'e" been dead these away, I recognized her at once as the per reached. The gates stood open. A few bucolic flavor about with put out her hand though they were the foumonth later, witU her face half deeds are al wrong."-Philadelphia
two an' a
years more. seconds and I should be in her. That is quite characteristic of
the
son I had si en at the station. She hada more presence yousuperfastidiou. oldest friends."WeU tured a-ray. Record.
"Indeed! Will inform me who lives .
you basket on her arm, and was leaning of my wife. Sudden conviction thatI blase man of the will
on '' "As soon a? Felicia not
T there ? How like all this? you say.
now fib you Orator-"And now friends, one
not assailed
stick. was prepared I calledto my
me.
a It's
world that
a noveltyall -
_ you be able to stand climate this
"Major.O'Neil, sir. ae. down at her. a severe "
the driver to stop; I paid him, took aked Houghton, smiling word more. Reporter (to ,
which about the
that naivete boyBrg
"I. he a hunting man? CHAPTER XVI.1CT winter. Her health has been much
,
and walked hang "Oh its she hastened to
my bag. slowly along the lovely, t me a lot more
? "He's a master ol hounds, sir." WIFE AND MY :TBIRKD. moonlit carriagedrive.I poor child. You would awkwardness shaken. 1 thought i you would let her paper, quck.-Boton

"Ah, Mr. Hargreave used to be. Did the That I am not endowed with a super. did this to gain time-to no other motive stupidity in a sister of yours. But aver."Do find it sol" be married from your house I could take Bulletin.
Major keep on the same huntsmen fond abundance of coo'nesj and patience the can I assign the action-to gain timeto you like to amuse yourself with it when you really her South at once." The office ought to seek the man,
whipsI.wonder?" I asked, with studied reader doubtless has She looked up quickly, and in his AIasitpayssmailheedto f
already discovered; frame the words which could best excuse you encounter it in a fresh little stranger. Branscombe silent a moment.
. carelessness. but also that the position. in which I- absence and explain why I had down-bent glance she found a complete Mrs. was This rather brain-fatiguing plan,
my But Felicia
all
Not one on 'em. MajorO'Neil brought found myself was a trying one cannot be returned a day earlier than I had named. Yes, you men are aikej comprehension of the situation.! She How will it be for your profession t It finds it doesnt need t.Wagtn
Us own with him-all Irish," he said, denied. Barely you see, is a sort of of mine, Soutii and leave everything 1" Star.
touching the supper that It was supposed I had gone to York blushed slowly, in a pale, delicate reticent go
with some" disdain-"even to the stable h'd been brought for me, I paced the about a horse. I had not bought the and since Providence hs thrown her in fashion, which seemed to Houghton "I don't know. But in any ease that Young Lady (in candy .store)-"!

beys. little room in a fever of impatience until horse. The less said the better. the way of having rusticity somewhat to of all of old- cannot count now." don't like this candy. It has begun to
savor manner
"I wish I could have seen the old Tom returned- The moment he cameI Still brooding over my somber thoughts, polished up I mean to do my duty which quaint, "No. That cannot count now," Mrs. melts already." Confectioner"Ncwondr'

huntsman or some man who" had,'been was struck by the change in his expressive almost unconsciously I turned along a by her-even," she concluded, with hEr time breedings superb young Branscombe repeated.She young.lady, with those liquid
in Mr. tables I said of the world had
Hargreave's mu. face. There was an ominoustiRbtening favorite walk which led round the side of women never nowadaysif
smile "at the risk "
singly.f about the corners of hi-t' the house. All here lay in deepest shadow; brilliant, rather sharp indeed, they had ever had them. afterwards confessed that wed eye of yours over it. "Six pounds,

"That's. easily done, sir,' he replied mouth, and|an evident desire to avoid but a broad food of light from the I of making her a frivolous" and conventional "Of course I am not one of them," ding re always depressing,.but that please."-New York Truth.

i wilb:animation. -"There's a good innwije a looking at me. music-room window crossed the path and a'person aa myself. Felicia remarked simply. "They talk was quite the worst torturing : your little son in

>.<. and a half down yonder road kept by I sat down again beside the fire; he lost itself in the shrubbery beyond. Dr. Houghton stroked his mustache ot. .. i.aon" understand., i aou. .. she had ever witnessed. V1trtt "I Want to be a
Tom Little the late master's huntsman also dropped into the chair he had. is in there I but and smiled. tnmgs rm
-" occupied Georgie thought; reflectively know the people they know. So-it's "And so,"said Mrs. Chomley, who Soldier of the Cross?" Fond Mother
Little Tom' he used to be called in the before. instead of hastening forward, I stood still. "Oh know that are charming
old Squire's time, an' he's best known by "Now, sir, I can go on with my story. One minute more with the fresh March you announced. you natural." had made the bride a magnificent present (making for the door)-"Yes,he's trying
he
that name yet. Bet; pardon, sir, but But, after all, there is not much more to wind blowing on me-one minute more, "Natul you should be left out in the and showed the bridegroom the most t drown out the sound of the key i
.you'd be very comfortable there if you tell. Let me see. Where was I?" and thenI "What is more t the purpose is thatI cold I"She animate cordiality 'here is that poor, lock."-New York Herald.

happened to want a bed for the nightHe's He spoke with some embarrassment, was close by the French window; I should know you intend to be so promising Dr. Houghton with a delicate, 'pnt salesman "Dear little hand .
(
looked little He
got good stabling, too.". quite at variance with his manner beforehe had even advanced a step with the intention -while I am gone," said M. Branscombe a, frightened. crippled little wife on his for life I ( )- wilt ID.snt.
hud wonder if it
I thanked the man for his information, left the room. I was silent. I would of tapping on the pane to be let looking at him seemed to be accusing these animated, I on indely), I
mor It tragic
and was about to push on in the direction not assist him by word or 'look. That in, as I had done numberless times before "While are gone1""Ye. fluent, bright-eyed young women. seems positively invalidism money wash!" (conspirito)-"No, sir-, itwon't
you all the needs of
indicated, when I saw him turn to receive something had occurred to alter his first when it was flung suddenly open, to be left here "Take my arm," he commanded. either side; -nor it won't scrub, either-but
a ticket from a female who. hitherto unobserved determination of telling me the whole and a shadow fell along the illuminatedspace. "Felcia'1. excellent, you "But Mrs. Chomley said I ought otto and all the checks to success in his pro.fessioti if you want it t play the; piano, it'
had probably overheard our truth I felt convinced. Possibly the know. i as which such invalidism will en. Life' Calendar.
leave the booth. George. *
conversation.- looked at her, and there strong emotion I had shown was the There, that i* better. The air will far a she goes,.but she don't go very tail. It seems, realy. like the wreck ofa yours, .
was yet ifficient light to sea she was a cause. I would manifest less interest; soon revive you." And the voice was the far. I am'afraid she would be no match "For all you"will succeed in selling, brilliant career! Thomas-"Uncle, I would like to

little woman in a large cloak and bonnet by this means perhaps I might learu most. voice -G.iscoigne, but he spoke with a for you if you should suddenly take it my dear child- he laughed. "My dear,"- remarked Mrs. Brans bow a feW hude dollars to keep

; that she wore spectacles, carried Heresumed- tenderness I had never heard from him into your head to make love to my little She put her hand docilely upon his combe after a long silence "I always complete my law
I a basket of oranges, and leaned on atick. "The poor 'squire was carried home. before. rural relative. Oh don't stare I You coat-sleeve. studies." Uncle Moneybags3ly dear
Then I set off at a swinging pace, He only recovered consciousness an hour "Yes-I-I can breathe now." And Within a fortnight Mrs. Branscombe held that human being were superior t modest man
and never slackened it until I reached the or so before he died. And what made these words were spoken by my wife. are quite capable of it. You would experiment returned.'I fate. I think otherwise lately. I feel TOm you a a young ,

inn.At matters the more painful, you see, sir, The shadow seemed then to separate- with her tenderly inenuou.ensibitie :I the change as the first premonition thatI ad te are two things a modest young
have to speak with she observed borrow
the open door stood a small, wiry was this-he knew very well it was that to form two; and I felt certain that he, It would be a new morl you, am growing old.-New York Mer never attempt-one is to
man, with a weather.beaten, good-hu kick from his 'daughter's horse that had Gascoigne, my friend-heaven save the case That would interest the to Houghton the first time they money, and the other i to study law.."-

mored face, who looked as though he : done for him.' Immediately after the mark-had! been holding her in his arms! professional soul of the physician, whileit met. cury. _ _, Texas Sifting .

might have been born and bred in stables. I funeral, Mrs. Hargreave and her step. The conversation that ensued was clearlya would exhilarate the palate of the.man "I warn you that I know quite well Properties; of Kentucky Spring. The ,Brute-"Doctor, what i*
the Park th
left about
:Mine daughter everything
host I ; continuation of that had been
assuredly. ascertained that I one "
I could be put up for the night, and heat I the place was sold, and I've been told the ing on inside the room.TO go- ef the world." what you are'going to say, he rejoined, Had:Ponce De Leon, ,in.his search for meg of the peculiar fortion just-
once inquired if I required stabling. ladies' went traveling on the Continent." ( BE CONTINUED. "Why do you repeat tbat Why do meeting her glance with one in wbich the "fountain of youth,"wended his waJ a baby' earl" asked a fond

No; I had merely come on a voyage of "Is that all?" I asked. you call me a man of f I ama she read something that made her tighten to Little Sandy, in Kentucky and mother. "Cmbtivn perhaps,

discovery, adding, as insinuatingly as I "Well, yes, sir, that's about alL" Makes of His Hands.. hard.worked, indigent drudge of a her lips a little. plunged beneath the placid waters of madam," replied t dot.UWhy.,
"You had in of.fact finished the Eyes R
could point ,
-To speak perfectly frankly Little story before you left the room?" doctor. The two terms are far from being "You" have not kept your promise to Spring, he might not have had his someone said i w 40meti:

chief object is to have a chat, with my "If there is anything more you would Dr. James R. Coche of Boston is a synonymous." me. prolong until now, but most certain i life," said mother. "Oh, wel it

I want yon to tell me something about yon. like to know that I can tell you,I'll do so, very remarkable blind man. He recently "Oh, no falso modesty! You know "I might tell you that I did not make. i his color would have been changed t all one and the same thing I" rejoined

the Major's kennel, and what sport he sir." Clearly the answer was evasive. graduated from the Boston University you mean to succeed; to go very far and a prm. But that would only be frue a bright crimson. On the Frese Hari medical man.-Drake'sguine.

has been showing. The fact is, I have "You said that Miss Hargreive rode on. School of Medicine near the head of his very high." She laughed at h silence. in lett after all." Farm the Red Spring located, t cnc.
some thoughts of bringing hunters Would you mind explaining what you and like to have glad honest, at least. I'ts old ladies _
my class proposes to become a specialistin 'No, a man you never lke you'r years has been used by in that

next your season. That" however, will dependon meant"I said more she fully rode? on I,inquired.and that all the diseases of the heart and lungs. A his ambition unmasked, course. all I can say for.you. What has becomeof vicinity to color their carpet by Core for Diphtheria. .
rag
report. physician's blunder when he was an Nevertheless, how can one help under. your common sense? Your the ladies to color
The ruse succeeded. I was! at invited field could testify to it. I suppose the excitement vunt young tiJ
once A. H.
Sydney-Turner
into the lest parlor the inn and of finding herself on horebackonce infant cost him his sight. He was care- standing I" prudence long-headedness You goods awl ribbons and to blondine their surgeon t

while some supper was being prepared, more caused her to loss her head. I fully educated and it was the intentionof She stood up and Houghton took the know very well that you will be makingthe hair. Gloucester county infma inform.thLc

for me, the ex-huntsman I eat at op- can give no further explanation on that his guardian that he should become,a motion a sign for him to go. He rose greatest mistake of yoar life if you The water of spring looks as clearas .in reply t tht

posite sides of the cheerful, blazing fire, point, sir. Is there anything more you'd .musician, but when he was twenty-one a Mrs. ,Branscombe continued I'I'lkews. allow this flirtation to go on to it final crystal, and thi remarkably cold at this thirty case of diphtheria'children

both smoking, and I listening, with well- like to know?" financial reverses left him penniless and at him a moment with her keen, consummation. Felicia''is the little season of the much more thao- ( and adults) "with paraffin', and
assumed interest to such information What had come over the man I knewnot his for smie year 8 satisfaction of seeing
as dependent upon own resources and then she put out. her creature in the world,_but she iuit'you the water of the wells in that vicinity. hadjhe. everyone
a but felt it would be useless to
man anxious to hunt in that pursue prciceye
ask for the
country He learned the treat His to
might be supposed to want. the subject. I would try him on another support. massage about a well a a dove an eagle. His This water much used at the approach recover. plan i t'dar
and while it i and. hr 6
ment practising as a means '
At last, however, without, I believe, track.Do of livelihood, determined to study medi 'Don't relinquish your purpose, that'sall. silence exasperated her into adding, with of Easter Sunday to color and a pro i lamp, >
manifesting any: undue eagerness, I said: you know the name of Gascoigne Go very fa and very high, by all some violence: "What can you, with thing about it is egg in thedIpbtheritIcpatc14d'apply'
With that in view he set strange
cine. the
object hour to
And now tell me something about the I asked, abruptly. means. I like to see such successes.They're your temperament, see in her anywlyl"Hcughton in color ai tides of different qualityor the paraffin ee
old 4al'.. You'd rather speak of them, I "Gascoigne?" he repeated, and seemed tled in Boston eight years ago, and since hesitated a moment."I upon tot(infernally) camel
a glorious Most peoplelet substance. The hair it blondines Lg.
fancy. considering. "No, there's never been any then, without aid from others, has not thig. i h. As a rule, the gets
"I'm not so sure I would, sir," he said one of that name hereabouts to my knowl only paid all his college expenses, but their life use th m, it generaly I I don't know, heaaid.. colors egg ribbon, and' dress bar in froto to forty-eight
shaking his head while a cloud seemed edge'and I've been in this part over six has also purchased a valuable medical use them very badly. You use your life. "Wel what do you propose to do? I re. the flesh of g and twenty.fou. t in the

to settle on his hitherto cheerful face. years now." library. At the outset his professors You make it subservient; you are determined c't alow you t dangle about the blood red. The color is permanent in hours, improvement

There was that terrible catastrophe, you Yon never heard of a Dr. Gascoi gne, seriously questioned his ability to master that I lhl help you to attain child, giving,her a possible interest in both cotton and silk goods dyed by the .. throat the paraffin i apple leu frequently -

Bee"And" thn-, the mysteries of practical anatomy, but your ends. I' altogether very fine, and you which is not likely t culminate in water. The blondining of the hair gen ,but he :utue it. u for

"Don't what was that? eNo sir." he did so with methods of his own devising that' one reason for my not wish anything. She i not the sort of womanI I erally la't about three weeks, while'I two.or three days tbe.compc1e%'
yon know? Didn't you hear of -Who was attending Mr. Hargreavewhen examinations in Felicia care much for-as a Yielding, I disappearance of the pal'Je Her
it when it happened? Why, the whole he died?" and his closing ing you to find my little to type. person bathes in its waters i given
this branch showed a record of ninety- It would do of limp but never asetf.assertfon.no lasts about six weeks. peak definitely as to the
hunting world was ringing with it." "Dr. Wilson, from C-; and a great teresting. never you capable herim a coat tht Soap but ia unable to therp'ie1e.
"I was out of the hunting world for a London doctor came down-.when it Will eight per cent. In clinical surgery he to be checked in your career by any : i a tp that stir applied to any articles dyed by the
time;' that may account for my ignor ce. too late." received a still higher average.As such thing a that." one to no enthusiasm. shall not water but strengthens the intensity of action of prf on the diphtheritic

I have only taken to it again:; this season," "Where is Dr. Wilson now' Possi- there are no medical works printedin It was on Houghton' lips to ask this see her trifled with. Come, what shall the color. me probably the

I explained hurriedly and somewhat bly I could hear of Gascoigne throughhim. raised type he was compelled to hire vivacious lady she meint. But he you dot In either case you see that your People for miles around come and carry hydro-carbons ia the liquid exert some

lamely.TeU. me tho story. Do." ." some one to read aloud to him and for wht After all it self-interest and duty if you. care for powerful Influence on the membrane.A .
the and
He laid his pipe down ? did not frame te water away in bottles, bar
carefilly, and "He dead, sir. had reader six quer. jug
seemed'" preparing for a long yarn.one "Did he attend Miss Hargreave? You nearly four in years he and three a in win was a needle subterfuge; he knew what such an old.fahone. coercion a the rels, to use in dyeing vaio atcle. A .

was just the handsomest: girl you eee I'm taking jon at your word, and ask. hours a day Coche summer is'now engaged in hospital her meaning was a well a herself.. last-are to go. mystery concerning a family bythe nme Clock: That Slog''.
Dr.
ever saw, was Miss Hargreave. sir bar ter. "I have been telling myself that for
ing plenty of questions.I "There is no'tlng'wht a man of. Brand, whose numbers are quite
none bounds! 'Squire Hargreave;: had kept Mia Hargreave needed a doctor, he practice and will eventually locate .may do," he rmk lightly, and he three week past." large and whose color has The Petit Repnblique Francah says
ever since coming to the would attend her he was, in Boston. He is not the only blind man act alway b Terrier de Vil-
proper- naturally, a* n name upon it is re1ch engineer,
i a I )
was phenomenon, uA
Tt "d Ms daughter had Been nefl to the : the who is a physic n. Dr. .Babcock of gone.A noW I r
doctor. But
you may say, the family Go Chomley to-day and who living
Mole from few days later he passing by t M. put by their having always used,| i prt i'Newi
? a baby, but, when the ;yoang young lady wa never ill enough to require Chicago, a graduate of the College of w the of blev.e. t and ha
aid y new up, the master took a fancy to medical attendance. She'd one of Physicians and Surgeons of this'city, has Mr*. Branscombe'i ctg..when that yourself possibility committing tbi wate for drinking and bathing pup i j i i York woke soaae '

keep her out of the field. I wont go into the grandest constitutions going." been for several years an eminent specialist lady' carriage drove grotesquefigureof any follies. :So long have they used itthat, 'in connection wih .Edison, is about- .

particulars of the why and'tbe wherefore But af er that terrible tragedy, for instance diseases of the heartand_ lungs.'- the old. Mme. Cloze, "Women a atng. You propose e3 eintohavc permeate d their r totend, to, Chicago Exposition. &

now...bat I I bel1eTe be was in the light from was she not ill? Did no medicalman New on York Herald.. cmpnoD. fair'young that. I should systems, and its efet are seen in their unique clock. T clock, which. : will
here nfcfttrtr. butthat's neither attend her on that occasion?" I inquired [ afghte folo" Felicia Langworthy.The "Not offer 'yourself without pretiminaries the f generation.' _They I Ipreny ; ,be combined phonograph, will in
no.r Anyhow, he got rid of vividly recalling to mind what presence But in. that t t I( hour the four of
begin twelve ,
her hunters and DIDN'T WANT WATBB. bowed hyly -no. this spring for and perform operas
made gin punt
her young hn kow
drive out with Mrs.Hargreave had told me of her daughter' color J &
her *tepmother instead. hesitated and out direction a way c' norm a long kept its Lobengrb'jWfllin: Tell:. 1h,Hnv-
She had kitten finally put l" ,
shock meow ti
a high attack of brain fever, of the Mamma-What is your : h hud. .
pint, she had, and resented it. Tom her nenres had undergone, of the doctor's fort She had the of not. for equivocation. ,Yon she but it was divulged,recently by a youngman .gDOtl' and'Psust., The phonograph, ,

Bays*nberofthe she to me one 'day, the end of D- advice concerning her. ing Little Daughter-I is tryin' to find whether this a w.e'quite bw_ thing would- marry you. And, logically, tat who had married into the families.CIitct1 the. voices'of the 'most

don t get! mount.season 78 before, Y t.U this you fc'tJ "Yon give me credit for more knowledge out, but I can't.; to do. But her rosy embarrassment in i* the" sort of marriage ';o mod Commercial.Gazette. ,,celebrate singers who.iava: 'appeared in'.

eat?' 1h m ..tet1. lad to year's than I possess,sir"answered Little."I Mamma Perhaps she wants_water. the setting 'of .he:wide, rammerhat make. W opera*,!such as .Pai"Faur etc.

mind. ma e.up,' said I. -I move don't when' told you Mrs. Hargreave and her step Little Daughter-No, 'tisn't water. .I and her thin light 'dr c, quaintly Mr*. Branscombe followed her guest The electric.motor supplanted about Tne, h rwi.1Lbe a :lh Dogphe. ,
rk after
uk him. but 111 be out, 'ou'l mean: 6M."t' the daughter funeral.left the I wonder P immediately what' got them jus' held her over a tub an' asked her,. fashioned by M Branscombe' dress I h walked toward the door. 30,000horae. on the street hut.year. pro U f .'Grand r'.o :. S.'
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r : Fiorc' and jiirj. ,it't't.d I'y t'iJ(4. f1wrhh)' ( JIi : .rv." liMl I I,', t.tt'it'rt #t .ur U ad- r-'j'iirtrl t >nco.l.an 4ivordtriiur ti., the t,:il of more or lc*. Terras cub vc-c-U.ts tyac'ir $ :\ i\.t s J 3 J1.STLL! JI% I J -

fcI wSs"rv tIi.cv wt'rt sfi1ig4uu tArCi'HI.1t)' cute v,isii! id r is-at sill g t3 J.lZ s'Ig 6..lrflhl Jnt tti-1 I i li.U ciiwi on or'ore ..Le txiyin; foti Va p. s C ...L) p 1. 1-s a Lv Ferua.-dn : r 3i 9 1 .a :ij-; ;ta L. Jatkoeille Ar *
Fift-i'iay: o' U'f ra x.r, A. I). 1KC. tn.7 <- Bradfonl ('4--IIry. 1 lI-jsta -- Ca'bhan Ar 2T.p TCSa Gp aLv Ea3dw Lw 3UpS41p1laLv
r Tin) prfMiluTitial i'liTti'/ii it niri I ( :'. jiif1 fi.' -fini: l Iii; atUi uj.on lliii | .fir.ij .- %C h.id. .'. g..FI ) filiry ,,4htU '.; the.kI bill rI1t; taken as conic MS! aiin t IJiII K. H-j Lkpnty Ewi. !. Ja.ek'-ouvi Ar 23)p 6C5a'lI'd aAr lake C T LT $UI9pJl3pLv

| J I.4&i4,1tIr,'. lint 1jit li<- wa* li C'"i'iiu 24. B1.r.n; LT l'p 'a:4ta 9laAr Lire dak LT
i
at hand. Ktcry tb.iuterst I I I IV* in li-rij" $ l4-pc.
4 pjoo tvtry ; tj4 4 (.t' ;& % U ii fiir.h'r orJr I that A copy of thii Order -
r : lonvinu.:il Hi) il KIICI! u cour; vf >i ,), : Starke LTlt'Ta < il a arSuwaaneepLv -
,
si.ti"t iik his ( 3I'll Iati'ii ', t't 0 i/i lsrtft'P. tli; lcl t' sVIfiit ti.v'flay C'l!<-il, I it not ii-j! v-ry t tr.t for 't'zt ralnv l 1st. l, VI*bwlIntl*< I3r. r cvi-fj ; ; un fi-i< :< <-ver jMi'Ji"c; vi rit.g i:evr 'icr rii'Hi'fetl Ii Marks', iSredf 2Ip..tr C'ara LT1O'a 211a Pr.IlpAr oo.crlb Lvp
0 p(nl, vot i-arly. (/ yJI.r'| majority | : co'iiiiy f !r.iIi.i ,ior. killing I ) ntd I jj-.ljo'i L'.iik-i ( "J C/MJ I JlorHx. r-rc** a wfi-k f" ali ('-xo >; I iljtf .S'.j: "'. t
..ItiL Iii Iarg .l1ltry' | n,iyli3 willi Wiiicli'ft'w* liun flUy ihtru | >?ety. v.i Tjrfcoi.i tbe dat.ab.iTc u .n arpl 11. T \\ hU -U-s.J. BT d R"b ':e.i Taylor.viifeoff 311pM O.aa t.v3Ola l4a 7 <>a 3TnAr Quiricy LTI2GPlfl.pAr
i* j I If |"i'i..r.l; el']* ,r.sli.t l> ) ,i'i'l Troin IS. C J lo ..'.I.| j/'iif'uii I itf'i-rvl 't.> m ThtHZ: : th day of ; 1 TajrS.raj.d Iur. !,. Wbitrhcad. cfvi.ty. Ifr.tDn'a35.1 "WaC 3Oa ap..trIt-erJuctriI12f1p
i in fin-til.Ui] u I > n nly <;
: lirbt district. Ix-t tliC' N-tjoiid . givi. ttal H 4iI'tII! int i.f.iy I leu >f.srP. h"f Jrii Lj Clerk: Cir.-ait C'vLrt.By I. I-I S <" IW,1
tiict; rvdtM'iu ilhcff this Ii"tiC.s ji II ve : a Z4sr T3viei LTL sisa 90p! ?UlaAr 3io1e
WI.r ; tt.I. iv" f-v r
: ycMr. i iJn f o'lM: lii-HMfli-r. in nil (4I vhcic j.'i- ( *; ft VtjUMtt'tUt. f 1 1, m ( wctc :'(ivi'l4of| iiMaiiit vviih I Vt'tii- : gj : f/ut ih.t M I' !i.it I C .I1.r:. g'.4'ri; ly 1 lifr-iiyiilfv lut tun 81qs-t. anti forc f>H7i adin the t lor\Vni K. Wb.tenea'I sZD.i, l'pAr ti'a.toLv (')a -Sp 1 IOa2r S4.ct'i LT
ui1,4.li wiU t Irrifti Mi.t A. k"i. .-. du! il < u tru' awl cornet i'iy| of t'n: on ,".'.il oilier tJec.-.it. li'c iii.l f- to /> Ir2Cit
cation me a 4<( p LT Wj'.4-flOi1 LT 3LT 44nAr (
'1lit4'r HH.. tin.I l tli'-ifi fur lie fit), _
iy > ii ; murJi: IM t In- ( i .. ..f (. of Jit.hii4at..', > i.l "nl i CatlM A1 8 T.OW I O torah 'nlir: tpTtll th I '! >.v: i J'cr.b l land-, 5P.i r. pAr P.'eC4y 7SI al1iip ft
Hi jilif IZI4i < t- ; 't.sti t it -.*? A A S ( II..LAtIt
: tin H Del I lii ironiiM'd buys ini ..rF14i4 r i.! i. ino'tof A'.T VBIKS.SSAJ.J .Al
( to iwctity jr. Bittwtwl in crV "f UrvlforJ awl Stat ofHorMa. 6'0a : 't1A? I'hi"& ( t- Lv cIa ; -- ----- -
'I 1 It f iii wainin lo im-n who curyCM ; III n- willin'i| ; l.i r rc.irIi) j'o g.i MICIiU [ (lerk Cinuit C jnrt.By I an>l fJo-ij.-hur to tb* estate f>t sai a ldp s tO' !
.
tote to pay I ihc iiiciiiheM of tinli' ; truriH nniiiit'i, witii liicui, ;ifnJ \\tiycurcful ,- !ls 11 vt ; MJ it .l iiit; :' r ftbiu puct.titgi.iI :;. \V4i4iiibur.. I). C K. Wiiltehad, .Vc,*a*"*!.for the purpose of dw- thr Wal.b LT 11--a :Op 9 U31 J.ttiiHe Af 31p

;-. il.itiiii %\ a <]ay mul A ct-ntH I : Ii. t'lM II.tCII s III tri>/un.m ar.i Li-- ab'ie liauird parties who ., pr Ctj'a'vIt LT I .iIp1l : a Ar Fci-DaD.1tpa. Lrl lap. ,
'it .JIifg4I! VOUM will mike itn ik-.if Notice.Six htirsatlaf sail ''wei'jsnt.: anal for the ( -
an 1 'tl'
--t t Lv 0 A r li.nwci. LvW-
+ IIP1I4agn each) *bfl y, and he i* {{"'"K'to '! jiUxx i f pMtily I fcr jou to o* n, I5< l!( r Mfl'1.J! but it u li-.r.uinri'j :!urpo>c of i-ayibz the frjx-U'es r f thi a
1% hold him) to it ami tli.'it .J.laincfAlexander t'il"' v |li' in I Ili4i| Kv) <: hilf of iinrj II ihi"Z'. pi iiitiu i4 tittLZ! .ire if U Ie n n'I,4!,, I r:. r 4'e' I -/i!! prtci.t ir.7aCrJ -- ration to.wit: iin>- iicnbe-iat tjnxrtcr of the 'r !P 01 bauv ('ft !pe .tIs- .'-t ic es-cept in.lv &. 3:40 ii, in. for
i.iy } tUf.nJ liw lion %Vt3. r" 4uh! .
gtcr41' .
Iteih. : 4.tIl3 4) Ccisi4 h u Mr. AM-n awl, !.ts'II southeast q-iart cr n-ctloa tirty-lIve (Svn.4liip ) iV l.I t n.i 4. c: *3v t. .la' tla, Sa.la%.at 1a.in. for
)h.'ix, jiveitsiu.l| to worU j Jifu'for oAiiin or u>iii llicin. The Vii.IKII .- ) l>'i>if; e.i.in- J..I l In an I lor til* county fjf t. \ lour, wtis.of rare S eny-one; and ; .ca- Ti'o''vc ci; ..i'and V.e.' ar1.vexcrpSuodav. Lee.t
j<,<-Ti'l 3'i'ti a nriii'I: vn'mii'i ttf l'J' sP4'.l'! n.I ar ltnlil tratorc'tdct o.ia-i :Oa WTjm.
CU LICt }', j jA : > the sonth'-ast quirt*:? of the Vrtithf'istquartT ofttion & DT -Paris at 8 .la m.arrmoirai UriaiKlo9aniIea OrUndoiUiVa
: :i I lliirl ) (Iay' vft-Mou ami IK i ('Itt 1 h1'S. <:on!,lining tin; iii-dory of MvcrnliMti'siiN I ateof Jo'.n W. ;u t.tniln! i- .. J. f.r twenfy-Cre i 5). Township four south.tir pm. : -

hold ; l Jy dual fo-lit'iii .it .1:11 :tfor n II tut inI th. so'.itb'cst '-''nxa *>*? t uiciaoaii ar.JTjmptJiad JactjooTflte and AdM
141 him to thai.Whtlu .- a1 i'v si i I'uri; Ifeinoerat.; |[ i i .jlU', winch jnii ca-J J.iIg" range tWenty-tine t'sL; qI.ar- r'p.'r' and Tampa
Irn: s.inl a 'nv.l'flKt'.oii "
of the southwest of sec'ioi anfeQ.'et >
1)iwpi1ii's frwin |{!ilgrtelij, ( 'rin.. I|| f<,ry iiitulf wll"r! y'.ii .v.i:jt t lie i-nin-I I i A.il z. BiDf12, (;*0. towr.shlj fo'ir. s>cnjurtrr nlh *if ranp twrnty-tnri th.riy> T a"a,..uit.- r'e rao<{'nA ind C,, jbevlan roote leAve Jaefc ooTitfo and SV-nandtaij*
v. oik. I Hi* ( Mt.t1(, (> ui i Ii MIChMikK.. l 2 Sj .iv.7.1-32 Cm Atlmi i'tr.->t.jr.
i x" east; and l tl e west Laffof the ivinthc3< -- *tutnj; tlt>tt Dr. lUin f',in thirty-four. L rwe.. r.>tip'njtiie; r irlla a roi.i- ainl nA.io; e'nor ijoo'i toe M*
hu democratic Ji-a twenty-one ca t.Th r'-la ti PI,4.lfld" 'ue-n r'out *S t.a-o eavrJpcotiMaa.oa:11'I
notify an.l a.Jjaor.w1 a'ljier "nnre ebn.fl Le-tn. e"co ''IA ip ni. ir cr SicLolh6 13 Pufli**
ihc for llu m.
giviti to I lijjlu I yonr fuotwei by purchaIug p
j iti lil. cn-Jitcd$ gr'tt ILIj'tI'4u| i it ln'/i 4 Joint i JI. A.O'K. lallll) -'l'-| -57 J Jl'' l- %v. 1. Dou2Ia. P4hoe. which repre.eu$ the .ju-i int.T -tp'l to com foiwanl kfl I sinw J!% B. u wt o iIa'ui. 'n.! Atlar&a. CirieonhLtac.1 't.irvIio..
: Mcxdcn: <: tlu-ir l i, Id-M thought ;;ul.inciiU H'nviiw* Yolk beit Talae "for prlce 'nsked. e.a tbouanda cat8if alyt'yhae, otheSJtli d yofJloveintior
] y Uic! 1ai4'4: >p.ili$ ii iin-tiii'r of thU city will Iea&tfy. -* F.-l- n tuoa. 'u-e beat a :t. Tic**c office S8 W. BAT i reeL cor-or ROg11 DP
A.D. WAat inv offlce in llu* towti o ITon J .
ft < K1*" K'j'-ltii it: utii''iiTii'.ic g I [ Air. C'ii.'vd'ij.t'UMoM il nifin* jiri\Me N. S. r''NlM.'uN.T .ifTc M pnaZer.
lIt(- not I'iilg ni hrtcd, Tli< re U 1 a. in., or KALI cr>ler of sale will be fcmntc-l; proVi'lel < -
'$ ( polilic i bus. The 1IIp4ls hi U LilU IliIriti li'u tl U t
) fo'ir-ycar: u''tioe >e published lu the BiaJf 41aII r that the next IMIUKM ofivpre 1inIi
VII ( tv" TELLCHAPU. a Weekly pcblinhtHl -
'1'iotiMr.. 1 I'.niti foil on rl visit liia rifMii.u !i tc-rui Ill I Uii tli.in < rain 444. it nevpappr
In ttif town of Starte. in said count of
riiiaiucH win not) IK mmortli SUMMER
lur mirpntlli* f Ins ilciitorrntlo I lie Ii'i JIM RATES.
Iit'l II BiaiUonl. ct leant four cuos-cutlte weeks
( ii i-lug 'igIit '4i 4 I pre-
,
3'
\ ; t \ y a md inajMiity, thuu li, fi>ll',MM.: A tttrift lo toHicr |ji-ciil iii'lu j \i .*UI tjK.i. [ ti! ,in :tr.y t otiu'i* of his) '%..( $ M'ltne mr hin anti seal of snMouitRt ;
.c coiiiK'' iii> ono expect* ''ich a'i'.t I Hie* i* U' un jifid it iimlfl l-n g' f'Hniri
'''or lii 't I Il Jv NofNicil Starke, Fla, this 7th lajr of ctoU, A. I). Iitcj. THE OEOKtilA NOliTHEKN AND FLORIDA R. F.. i"panni no*
which tin ii1ii. funili tit rim IH u-t'l h'icrth> nr a
Li' ri'Hiild'd 1 ihr : in \ F. 3I&t.puvis,
ono flN ; 1 OKI politiv rates for the travel out of Flori-l.i
lii IIs'iy (I'' C'Hililiui; itf cxit'i'ticc.' 'Ilicii-j inury! jii t1 iv.'itc, IICDHUHI lulls i.liau: 'myi ( !CtL) (. uty JuJge. : to all snmtn
ltMx I
l ird-il uavccf 1800. i fi
: ; \\iil
utc tliou iiiiilti of lioiii- r piiljhoni". hut ttlir jirccidi'iil awl tliii, a clicckupon Jiorily b? ilsQed on lThii l/ .

to H.IV, however, tlinl ll wilt he dcinocrat'iy thciu nix tli'>tjnn
  • a $ hin-i/ial'y n-jux-licn- ,
    l hy ut leant Cd or 7o( inijnrity; of .HIT JUfItaI'( r.iid dlas! tinny j! jt.I.fl'.4 1> Y virtoeof am tj-iler mt4eIythe n i"m. Inaia mail l lo all-points west and north \ i-st. Train* J" J
    vhicli will l ln Niillk-M'iitl ilt'c dtd vcnul Ainnlciint and, larc; C'iMiiai| u jlla.\ \ (I lioliotiol y. vJoMc of ilit- hill I 1 > F. )Jalihktr. tnnuty ju.Ige in ami fi.r Bri arme
    I I f.inl f'Uutj, Mate i>f r l..rkJi. filiulj I fit i.b.h n l<:aii'liili n to liiiluiy lie \ i'lot'ift.u| : jiaf, i'd aZIi; I li! < *
    J for all )piupoM'H.ili'rt I ,,i1 II( rzn ttt', 1 >!fcj. |K>.tui>!f ar.4- the ur -vrsgthtr ru sioi in Macon with tluislil.nle limited
    IilIL Li iiinniiiiil, mid 1 1. u! n cKT 1 tccoul i lioili uli.it aminliatht4 < for tlie Carolina Tirjjini -
    ) : yiirui.: ;,-. t". ; lx> di'l urtowl t'j-"f.-lowin! ? reul l e%iate s'tuTwl -
    c I. IH p4 rinig ho|*u atnonvratio .leIIit- tiiIlst |i> ii iilhoi lit,'( nysiciii I tii:it c.iii ii't'il *n l..f< IMI ry of Hrnilf...il nri.i ttv' oi tnruI i 4-aNt, and with tlirniiul sleeping car line for resorts in Tennewtmkv ,
    K'vr\ tincoiuincii'lalioii
    to > ,
    ic 1111 < ( < I .
    without liel<, rut .th. m'ate of C H. It'll ht'cq..I
    lendrif, not riaoiI, htill'l tip it oorrupilnii' fund. 1 ;il"'i miin 4 s ,
    jliat In thy of Mr. Clcv he IIi(- ; 4'Veiit$ Ir I.'! t."I th. .t .o:>rtt>rtU<>ii t U.t.! t i'-i> l.:|
    llitl he unljl tan of I tlu' -. I.-I l.nrto-A Ni u-<. I : Ii1 > nt-C'i>. 1'rniiis leave a* follmis: P.il.itka 5 40 and 8 t&
    diction he uil 1L| lia\c Ui olflllC pLTW'iiiHy Ki\r"j mi opinion ci I -' Kls-onli. r>I ittn.f t\Ve, 1)-tun t"l-r. ;titaiii n.foi a. ni. .
    iipus
    lie( kludie* u Ojtjiitiiiui, lhoioui !(
    n dentovrnlic, K'tiatt': UN well :IM 1 wiei-fl ih- Mf..r Tai | il> sc
    4 lie f-iK-iik lully mid, Inily., The r.i.try in (H.M < f v t-(0r.Scientific .
    4 The upper hudy will donhtle ho woiiiU nru$ lull of p'thlic IIM-II. hille nrvdItitn L" WI1 L ) Iowa .f :aJ.. n uI: "ak i4o'tjr' .. lrb.tIbrJ, '

    4'lA4'9 :tfliliII prohahly: he contioHeil II t K-mh rw. mill Iliu! c'linilr i i't I It III I tt.1c i-A QULA$ ..L.a.t.I3 '.'icaI II'Mil SIT !.i1I-1-3 II tI3Iui..ic -

    k I. hy tbs p.Hty that elect ,M thvpreMdiltt %'( IiI Jul 'IIH I thv li-aili-i: ij | hut. u ( inu1 S3 SHOE Grrjfj7Efl,1EM lb.' LIW tu init:%l <-t iuVofs-iiJ<'!> r. A D I1iIr.tgiItt Ir., Ih.4l 4 Amarlcaji Q. W. Ydunffi [

    h piJ 1 I) tti 'Iii'ii-H 1 .tirl
    ( 1) $ -
    which iiiv-'H'1' from ; in ) fIL. T CPU 'jife' ttiS M r**tl e-t lie wj'sl foy T.IJ ninioC Agency
    thvoiitlonk ThE 8 HOE Y.D THE
    DCO I W lut run BwiicT* dehl-v "fwtux -fi. cprcln'ifr pajing fi.r -
    ( -
    I th.tl it will l ho iletuvIt.t A NVV1)I4iI. I A granlne apwit shoe, fLit v-f'J nrt rtp.Onecclf Ub4.! j' L. U. Kj iyEs.Sfjit. .
    3rt'itlsE M t tI itcsirU-'n, ymootk tnrui.'. 5-Tlti'o. u re coraortable.rryli'b BLACKS'-Aw-
    ( and dumblc than other shoe "J. IS'AI. Coiniiivsioi r. GENERAL
    any ever
    .. llni Kl'i: .< I1).II! l di'u'tii c ofU".lii liIbrt, I i 1 )14 0t th0 pi kqva14 cim znado Qe.co.Ungt4 7i.< aiixtp tJalt is p.> lpo>ir lit ilivhVil hy llu g'n.rI from(t to t't in JCoti-iijlxjr be sortie btj i OI'I'KIILorij.. : con ( vi4 flaecalf bo <. The t-iii! Ua;' of sai.1 IWJUL.l. 1.. B. tiUOUKS.Xotke _

    Thv Vyl" nH unttounced$ hy tl.v.own of $llii.t ulii l'im li-idy. IKIW I In >f-hfiiiu nil I 1 Bt the prlc molt*.st'Ibti l ey,qtuat C3F7. ttnsl flzo durable wxrtd sane.shoe.over costIa uotd, WOODWORKEIs

    : I hi I I.ilt siuusiv. Thu MHitlu-in poriimi of t lie fromdtoJ2.I'ollrn ,, _
    Bho farmer
    ttt1i Ii5)a 4. Itivtieri I&O AO i rcrn b7 alL f DissoliiiioibrOTIK 0AYtA78, _
    *. : I'-t l uinilu, iiilhiii'iiiiTV 90* other who want a pcxxl heavy calf three
    I -n ii diufCSi-
    >' '
    : kt ( ::4ht: fole4,oxtMulpa cilgo choc,ctsjr to walk In,and will >S wlui'ii i: mar com-vin: The limA : located at the oil 1

    Fiir governor. Iti-ury L, Mltda-ll. Jl!i,. and of CittC will$ h.ivu u ini iiunnry ao tbi 40 fet Fine dry Cnlf snil tvhrm.Sv .'23 and fil.OO W.rk. (iril \V.'l..i-in rt Co. liivf thifl dty. l lmttticl hv is pjceriarwl U tpake or rrimu. peIr $lIJPt
    l.lhli'-p Thi4 innvt-iiu-iit fur H divNi.,11 .Shots\rill con- nr Keen i i,*>;ve-i. Jlr. K. M Wit yor On ixxlwoikHe. I MI ;
    551 I.r.teii' rive
    t7; { A.T. ILukin tf.101, more wear for the1130e.7 -. free Udtmvttte to : <>c \\
    ; lfl'g.III t-i-vmil jcurg ng< hut did iml than any othcrznAb. TbcjaionuuleforserTloe. I.- tiliin ttouz-Iit rmi J. f Jiunfir int-rc. MUNN & ca. i BROAL.'rVAY. Nrw t
    .huilaj of mi'ii-nic iouil t, It I-*. Ttiyl r, ihnr.ito hln unlit I I tlio Tloe. Tb* IncreM 105 that worktocmea'fonod : nr.l a-suniui all! l.nri'it rsof 8.11 1 Brni. TU- H? OIde biiye. fo ssenrtz patta l Ataerta Toes, jon a TitgnD Q;- leynir you .
    nnnuili )
    I Vn,0i8s; I). I,. McKhiimn. 5f9i, 1% |ie ,; Aici4POWDER UU out. Who owe hue. tiDi: WUcl.l? wiiii IS M. Will-ams. Everypatent taken out by 15 brbt bqfo mate! you a pjc,* or ITP V I _
    K I of niaio. .'"1m LCruvfonl ctiiii foiincil hvld in ks4invilv) lust BOYB' '00 "ca VoBtba' 81.7.1 Scba lee t't'., w'lc! -ii'iiirti; < oUM-idi uuiler the s >n>- the pezi bwitIe. of rgs in thflIerictt shoe jour horo w; *u jo*.
    ; ,
    f'iiinry
    yiar.A Inn the i-oiuinillcv l II. wh .VI 1 017; R A, MouMlvniee, a.ljOi. f. Ulli'fl! pK'f Oil of SVil *HlRP 3 JtientiftcIfreeA Aftoyjor.Now.; ;
    rccoinnif.idfd'iiut '
    AtHuncy-ijeiicriil, W.It I I. Iiiiiiar, Sl.'JAI.Cuiiiplrulkr I. mat Icr WIIH K-fcrrcil a. J.ad'lea oSU 5 ira *. Uaiii, ou, IU OctoUvr I, le'ii. 31*. Farmer. It
    be in.Icrvlcw
    "comimtlcu of thtcu nppmnU'd in
    Doogof*or flm.caf.i \rindqairV
    W. I) Dltixliutn0.071) find nut till nb" it this
    ,
    ; $
    rralation
    ilio. lii-rt mid ilctcriniiiu tlicictuiibonl of aay rdrattfle
    piiri Notice IMD in
    Debtors ami Creditors tiw '
    \V. M. llkkkii. S 003TiMiMirer wcwk1. ph-eidWJy IflUatrISed. No Intelligent I* us.il tit any purpcae

    - C. It. C'lllliif 8itiOI) Anlivw l ; ladlag thlsout. tear; $ eta m
    pths,
    Tin dIn wi'l IK south of llioM'ltithcrn Absolutely Pure.An Address)(7
    Cl.elf. 6.S< 7. / -* ; new 'ho CauI a-.W.Ii.DoW.1aV Barns aM tb idcs Isaap.a .1.' to \:ie t-s'ate o Ciia-k-n II Ca"lv, LIa3a 1 .II nnrt I Ivani ill; aIaou lL4 J
    \ Uni-tf of (ho counticnuf Lew, Ou the bottoe. e( iee *oi look ro 1$ eceiwd Idle of IJivrtev. Bra.! ord county. .
    i : ft public imtinctlon.W. take load. 4 UUW$ .. _ _
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    Al'irliiui, I'liliiRin nnd HI. John and tbo '*, of t.artar bakIflg ptw r. Ilinlkt of ,pjy
    i N. blicnli., 30UJ( ; O cr N. Wlll! ,nw.8r gt'nentl eoiiveiition will elect n hidiop fur alt In Ittjfl iitfungUl.-I.ac4t V. $(. (Jvvcrn.ItoriL fraudelses Iw6et1oe by lawrrcAia against said detar, and ft'l j 4rson having clajiuj llipans Tabnlc* banish p.in,. nne. U it. u vc )rlb. _
    rt' estate must
    o W. I t b&ftit' It i (lj iuin .-Sanfonl Chron Ick'. tsettt Foo4 Jciwrt., BoldbrJ. autbentiosited. \rlthin two yean pre.euc-theru, or this ,notice duly Ilipans Tabules asist di jfastiTabules YoI. !.. -
    ('dinnUnioniT .f ticiicu'tinx': L. It. lUxiKu POWUIR Co.. 100 Wall St., N. Y. will he plead In bar cf their wery. mH.

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    Fuihionable Millinery.and.Fancy Goods! Laces, Ribbons and Veilings, Silk Balls, Tassels and Appliques; Sleigh( and' F.-hall.Tuesday Reatuar Tran

    erty Bells Embroidery. .Knitting and Wash Silks, Tinsel Balls, etc.; Felts and Plushes; Silk and Wool Shawls; children jv fif4'fi4 ) CQLCW.K.O.cordJalif. 3

    -* Jes' Und rlJesfs and Hosiery. .The largest line of children's_ Hose in the city. Finest line of Dress Goods, Buttons .... 1.l 1. I ,See<. .

    'rimmings.eve brought to this market. Nice assortment of Press and Trimming Silks, HamburD and Linen Embroideries, I.'. .. T l I, M. D.:

    dies'' and gentlemen's Shoes; boys' cheap Clothing, gentlemen's Ouershirts, Laundried and Unlaundried Linen Shirts. Stock i'Wi } I

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    OH ana Walnut SI.., SCarke, Via.If T -4&_ X: IGaT. : I J ( .
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    COUNTY. TELEGR/PH, Fresh graham flour just received COLUMBUS DAY. Two Hearts that Beat as : J \ o.:--- -

    BB/DFORD? by Fred Martin
    ) Oat meal! in bulk, fresh from the How It Was Celebrated in Our the 19th lust a !brilliant wedding ; j ]GEeN.

    Starke. Fla., Oct. 28, 1892. mills, at Fred Martin & Co's. City. place. Ilev. Win. F. Malplmrs : "Your wilt must take more &

    Last Friday the 21st. the day set apart I The contracting pirlies were Miss "But, doctor, wb.'tt can I do* i Store
    ;;- Miss Ida Witkovski Moore. one of the reigning belles ot 25 Years Behind the Counter. fuses to stir." FLORIDA
    Local affa.irsWhy is clerking in by proclamation as the day to celebrate in
    i rest, ad Mr. Richard M.
    Mr. N. J. Jones' "Give her: some money to go !
    mammoth dry goods honor of the discovery of Aml'riCtby prominent citizen of Ockwilla. May with."-Harper's Bazar. I
    buy inferior flour when you store. Christopher: Columbus was a perfcct day nUll happiness: go with them i

    :Swept Home at the same m Our beautiful Florida NOTAU
    can get ..every respect He Missed the Point.
    Largest bar of best brown in Sunday School 1
    price at Heiberger & Richard. j soap climate was at its btst. At earlv sunrise Almost hid first effort in a
    town at Fred Martin & Co'.s for 5 The Sunday school and mission Ladies' Hats I
    Our line ladies' black silk urnbrpllas I those of our citizens who \\ercyct wrap- Clothing, office \vaa to condense' aii '
    cents. (iou of the Santa Fe River : :' t flI.ifl5.
    He did his Ilf>
    cannot be surpassed. ped in sweet dreams of slumber, weie gotleu.wt'tMillg. ; WICIl.
    Truby, Sternburg & Co. Mr. Gardner has sold the West aroused by the vigorous ringing of all he will convene with the First Trimmed and Untrimmed banded it il'. His editor looked: : In-ararcn
    church of Slarke to day (Friday. and handed it back, remarking IOWA and
    AH kinds of hauling done urompr place on Crosby lake to a Mr. Peeler, city bells This part of the program hud I
    28)n has
    interesting
    program "You seem to have got
    ly at J. 'V. Alvarez & Co.'s staMf-s.! of Illinois. not been announced and the first impression arranged} for the occasion that will ( Glove-Fitting Corsets. I except the i-oint. Try again." FLO3IDA.

    Dmein1Nliie. Miss created was that the whole town was less prove boih i interesting and
    sewing Winnie Farmer is visiting Greatly abashed he returned l L
    All: are cordially invited to attend
    niachines for wile by friends and relatives at 'Gainesville on fire and people rushed horn their service. GOODS! desk and toiled for nearly an

    'l'rubySternburg & Co. and Bionson. homes in every direction only to he greet: the thing, finally taking it f; '
    edith the announcement that the citizens A Letter From Peru. second tim to his chief. That I at Law, -

    Send your the Jacksonville Florida Producer's con
    to .tf rink this week, but! nothing definitehas this humble WilY the celebration of I Si.uke on the 13lh at 2 p. in., sun contempt looked the young man
    and CeJsumrrs': Exchange. developed. : and le.iched Tampa at 9 Our "Don't you see that the FLORIDA.
    Columbus' discovery. p. m. Thlrd and
    Don't that }headquarters about this and the I
    forget we arc incident only
    for Jnnus Means' shoes.Tniby Capt. \V. P. Brook!!!, of Jacksonville -'' TilE SCHOOL- ChILDREN.Professor i for the night was with Mrs. Fajnie N. J. Jones' which makes it worth our while Fla.
    . at t the Plant lintel. big
    Sternburg & Co. has been in the city this week McDonald and his able corpsof : it at all, is that each of these I
    visiting friends.\ teachers had spent some time in the On the 14thc came down to now celebrating their golden i :

    '' Have you tried Sweet Home flour? tiaiiung of the little ones under then ini'es'! ftom Tampa. Here wo are is in consist- .has been married once before. j
    t sales are increasing day. Mr. J. G. Alvarez has added U'Nroi\ ,; of twenty-four f
    ....- The every a charge. and had invited citizens geiet.ally ) .an almost ,unprecedented thing. ,fI
    best trade nee it. For sale by rice machine his mill and Mimlh: 105 miles south of j tarke.
    I't The to grist have carefully left the main i I
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    to be at the school t
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    , present room < The h'usil'CS9 hen is in the line of
    : Heiberger & Richard. i establishment. of 't
    ginning listen to the exercises. As soon as tin- \pli:tie. ahoui which I may write again. everything of both yout- condensations.
    rt School books and ftatiollE'ry-ncw -- school was called to order a procession is A-anner henlhau at Sinrke. and The newspaper; man went on I '
    t Miss Lillie Peterson of Bartow (
    stock-at Morgan Bro's.' was formed nnd the pupils mind their lire more ino-squiines :sml other that he neverforgot that :
    ","1. stencils Ga., is spending l the winter with her teachers marched through: the prinrip-il) We have plenty of good fish from his customers I I thinks.he owes his success to it, i
    ..f- Ask I C Webb for cards, sister, Mrs. S. M.\ Wells streets and buck to the school housi Gulf, and oysters! at some points has come to be one of the foremost ;! ,-

    .':;": etc., of the Florida Producei-n' nnd --- ---- There veie over 200 pupils in lino in:iiching pit-my.Ve densers" on the press. Things !

    :r Consumers'Exchanre._ if A great many strangers are coming by twos. each Wearing si hc.iutitu[ JilI \ are both as well as usual. Useless to him from all parts of the
    ./ -kinds into town now-a-days which Ie badge of red.! white and blue and car is better as she is free from r
    all the
    Job printing! of at ) "boiled down. "Since that
    ;, rying a United :Slates: flag. The think we shall hike it here and
    j(, TELEGRArItoffice._ makes it look more lively. spectacle of. 2.;O bright school thildrt-n enj y the intcr.Ve should! be what all fort, which was such a total

    1.' ,:. J. Jones has 800 Crosby opme- "I''s. S. McCormick and\ Mrs. .Wilson iiching in line through our streets wits t ta j set' our many Starke friends hut for you says "I always look for the 'I
    ..', lots for sale.WritetotheP.. delisrh: to the people! who showed their prtsent wilL: be contented with first thing.-Her Point of View I
    .., tery of Gaine ville, are guests of appreciation by turning out and viewingthe nucl here. S. C. sells York Time t
    '}: & C. Exchange, Mrs Ellery Davis this week. procession as it p
    !BtcFLREE"!XVIMg or CARDKI for Weak
    . Jacksonville, for market prices before liberally toward a tieai' of apples Au Ex-f>ueen'a Good Fortune.The
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    1."f you ship elsewhere.l tf Most of our farmers; report abouta i and! candy !iriveu to the childien just; before Lawtey.wanilrtrs When this ex-queen of Naples, \Vho .
    "ff half a of cotton this reason' i they passed into (the M-honl house.At .
    crop fered all tle
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    lino of l low shoes 1 receivde 1.\\\"Ic'y through the pangs genteel .*
    New just
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    and good and rice the school there were III nrccitnlions.. I a.
    l corn
    ',j Truhy.. Sternburg & Co. crops.Mr. a'.d orutions I by the pupils ':mid speech) ire returning ami' all seem glad to during the past twenty years or -

    : I We mnkp-ret urns on day of palp. and Mrs. C'olvin have a bran making by the older ones and much his jack. Among _lln-ir. are A.V.. mer- has now been placed in a

    ," Fl. P. & C. Exchange, Jacksonville.tf new girl baby at their house' and tory w in iS their brought to I light fill'tint hallllli.1 lot and wife iidV B. Smith and son, affluent Duchess position.of Ludovica Her of mother ) *

    ;1t ___ _ 1 Lester is extremely proud of it. away yruis. The school memory] closed at many noon ai.tl g O. Smith.Ucv. justly says died some weeks ago left a .

    .q ONE MILLION BOXES of oranges there was n.) afternoon sCS'i)1i. J. T. Lewlon of UeLand, yielding an income 'of about $1 _
    Miss Mae Peek has to Lou I ; -:
    gone -
    wanted by Burton K. Barrs: Mana, by way of Tampa; to'i it BRADFORD COUNTY GUAHDS.Lieu'enant Grace liiftfil:M quarterly E. church meeting last Sunday.services is the duchess year. According to tho will : ( ; ( t'f : }
    the
    Jacksonville.; her relatives: in that state. I Owen Owens had a portion HeI I r. 1 Holt man and wife. who property was to be : ) I ; : IQ' 11
    t many of his Cu.nipm: fly Oil I the si reels in the afiernoon. equally between three of the j4.jJqJ
    All summer goods nt mlriiM'd dnilinir and a deil of IIlIelol oiinui! at Lawtey for some weeks, of the duchess,namely, the :
    If Ifit The \\eatlu-r made quite a change gie-il MimmiT and fall. have returned lu ...
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    prices. Trubv, Rte>rnhur!! & (To on Tuesday, ami overcoatsieie : l lion was altiaUe'l I to IIll'IIThe bo\s: I.-micile at Cedar Key DRY GOODS HOUSE Austria the ex-queen of Naples I I : \ ""' ::)
    Peaches berries have got I he tactics doun tine, mind their About the Duchess of Alencon. '
    grapes; vegetables usual of
    brought ont an.llool\c.d comfortable.Our : charge on an im: : enem\' is sullici'-nl I acreage : ,,;; .
    igm iry
    ( etc.. and oranges in season.tf have bee p'anted this year, and they The :empi-esd, however is so
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    i. to m.ike one gi-'id i that he i-: not tlie enei.iyth'3'are l '
    P. & O. Ex., .J honvme.Thp winter visitors will s( on after. Their various nunouvers generally doina well) In this in her own right-she has an :
    Rev. S. F of < -' :;_
    J Wolf Mansfield .
    !$ ooooo a year of her own,
    ! TELEGRAPH will be sent to liegin tnlTi'e.. The cold we.itlur Were very intl'lestllBrdf"t.1 county is lieie lookin-r after his plantation,
    \ in the North will drive them down. is pioud of her boys. and wll she may lie. right of drawing upon her
    three miles "outheast
    :address for *1 a year. of Law ley. ,
    11 any In the evening their assembled a great he backs practically inexhaustible purse-
    Grace M.
    expected to preach at E
    .;r No trouble to tft" your money 'Major: Jos. L. Hill, our county many of our citizens at the school house it-Xt Sunday. up has abandoned her share of the ...

    '. when you deal with the P. & C. Ex. superintendent, was in the city this upon invitation, to listen to oratory from While North Mr. E. G. Hill to the ex-queen of Naples incs

    tf \\eek making his annual sclioo. our piominent ci'.zuis.; CII!. C. L I'eek rated a sale: of Slime "i.OOO acres of assertion with therefore now come in for about $ :
    up was chosen lo jut Itniuice I the s-pe.ikeitf air'Dr. just west of Lawle}'. to a Boston to $7OOOO a year. The ex-queen
    itI LADIES nsk for report. Puwl'liln lead I the mu.ic. .
    'w'ho the "
    c.ite. are having it surveyed as heroine in Daudet's
    I ORD'SITTINfi INK :Mrs.Yindisch left on Wednesday Col Thos. E IJngg was the first called platted and will put it oa the m.irkel good and Exile."-Saa Francisco Argonaut. '*-dan or
    upon. and delivered an addressoilh ol
    F > sale. Look out for boom.. I
    for her home in Palatka, after n the occasion. Col.! Itoh'l. M. Smith was S.'y ...--
    ItI GOT WEARat pleasant two weeks' 8tan our next called upon. and then Col. James TWills Tl/iir BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures e'p Old people have faults HKe cnH<*
    I they have no mothers to forgive :
    Truby. Sternburg1 & Co midst. bosh of \vh.irn m:ide veiy appropriate rea- ; .
    :. Fine horses and carriages at J W addresses. There were songs by the Teachers' Instit lite. A little of the flattery you .
    malo quartette an instiumental duet l hy man may fall off, but most of it will
    ;r Alvarez & Co. Jerry Johns is putting a new shelter The forming is Inc p'ogram! of
    Misses Mae and COruelia. : Peek instrumental receive
    Forgive a slap you
    the sidewalk front of the J-.itlfurd: County Teachers' institute
    rl J W Hodges has a large stock..of over in solo by Miss Mae Peek and singing you will have a blow to forgive
    & ieUI at Like liii Per NOVI tuber 5lh!!, 1( I
    l clothing that he is bound to sell. building occupied by Heiberger byjhe audience. Altogether the meeting : Somehow comes natural to the and
    J:3'J.i. of be.-t
    Richard. was very eujoyabl. and the tired citizens in. Explo.itillll
    it Call First all he has served blest man to say "they" when
    and it. of
    H.ee going to th' ir rest were proud of the mau- 'ur ;It' Leii1uP.r color, .Mrs A. Jones. I wicked people and "we" when he

    itp v'f;f ...._.4D RIP TOBACCO Messrs. Andrews and Alvarez returned ner in which the day had been spent. Oil 10 the lo grau'iiii JU::::30 1m of their Reports schools.of the faithful and good.-Atchison
    from Jacksonvillewith TilE ANVILS. the counter .
    eJ! 1 chew this brand, who nevtr Tuesday ll\':30: in 1 1. Jccturcuhjl'ct: dry goods =: C! : !4 'J 1tSUJ
    >. lr tried before some .new horses for their livery The boys now took a hand in the celebration pl't'd'' l mental teaching In history and from the c.aro : Russia the stick
    1.t stable. and commenced tiling anvils anil I. which Le struck the Japanese
    '. And ,having bought it once, comes kepi up the fun until their powder and inptiy.11 to 12. Discussion of. school () 25 years, and is conceded who attempted to assassinate his I

    t back for more. Golden Rod Baking Powder, the the patience (If everybody had given nut. ;md thtir remedies.Ip the czarowit z,at Rieto. The cane _

    },. Sold by Truhy,. Sternburg & Co. best in the world, in Mason quart I and then the lust joIiiuVr took himself in. in 2 p. in. DisKfusMon- be the keenest buyer that incased in gold on which are
    There disturbanceduring [ valor.
    to test. for
    away was no HeM meliioil of ia;<'bing cLilttieu to words, "To Prince George
    1 If due jars, for only 30 cents each. at Fred} the entire d.i being
    you are anything on your ) everything etiiriie liie'r' mimls! upon heir SI Ii, The young Archduchess
    '.11 subscription to the TELEGRAPH we Martin & Co's.Heibprger quiet and orderly.Not '\j'p: 'fk S. O-cii (;lIlIl', J. P. '. :. to the market. Sofia, daughter Archduke Karl of
    many of our people will live to see J.[ Kuiii, J. E. J. Wani R. Austria thankful for
    will take oats, corn, fodder, potatoes & Richard's fine milk ght. of was BO
    another Columbus day. but all will feel
    DowIu't. from recent illness that
    f chickens, eggs or anything else cows make quite a show in town. proud of the way this day was observed in 2 to 2 :3') p. m. E s.I'ys-bubjtct: Second. His long experience to covery her church a a solid gold heart as and

    iI. you want to turn off, and allow full There is nothing more desirable than r SMike.! I 'trill V..iy lo win dIe love ami m -., ,.( her hand, set with diamonds.,
    market price. tf milk ---- 'ui'die.i' I m Miss I, Tho heart will be placed
    ( App
    ji a good cow. 5?W1NE OF CARDUt, a Tonic for Womc.A 1-t.s the business him pearls,
    t I '>i'k. Mi.v I; A. LCt,IICI'. Mi"s Enl.i 11 gives a frame of a famous picture of the
    . \." Try our, cigars, we have the best Editor O. J. Farmer, of tile --- --- Mis.! I S A (;..ll.OIl.' .M'ssElk'ii DIVIS. the church altar.

    ,,Jd assortment in the city. Times-Democrat of Bronson New River Pound Party.The 2::'JO .II o p. in. Best imiet hikl of -
    ;. accompanied knowledge of what the
    : Truby, Sternburg & Co. Senator Call to this city richest: thing of the season was the 'ip; I Iral'liull: s and compound pinp< ; Fruit Trees. the re-'

    IfL; A full line of James Means( celebrated on last Saturday.The ticket; and 1 pound party at the residence of \ppniHiii'>. G. B.ui'cil.T. B.W.V.iL.uig.. McDonald It T I!> 1 again cr.lllhe attention cf those .
    needs and where and ested in putting out fruit trees
    ! shoes for and B. J. Sapp on last Friday evening gottenup ratw.,
    men boys at M 1.1
    J ladies' Kce. iind, to the fact Hint I can till\ their
    Improvement Societyare Misses Lula and Rosa and
    ' ;' Truby, Stern burg & L'o. by Sapp 3. lo 4 (p. in lclt..silllluhjec: cheaper then they din get such
    'k't. preparing for a fair, to be held cousins Misses Eainn ani Susie Adkins. 1)11 psI ic' '.(Uools ainl our (!lilY ( is_.lr.cli to get it at ROCK BOT else\\h"ru.! LeConle pears one
    ,,. Cedar Kpy oysters: at Meach.ims about the 25th of November. The The young ladies \\ilh nervous bands, 1.> I II l'Ill. Appohitiis S. U. rears old and Keiffer Hybrids a ,(' \ .
    ' \ every Wednesday and Saturday, untIl proceeds are to swell the park fund. drew out of the box the ones* names they Mi.cli: .Msire. H T. Downur.! I. Also a large stock (If shrubUry. lo
    1t further notice; 35 cents a quart, were to take out to supper As none .J liiiiosoii, Tims Ucklf, J. i.... Hill I :: PRICES. can see whut h<* is buying b*.fore rty -'
    20 cents a pint. Mary Etta, daughter of Mr. E.deary complained of their partners they must J.nuMvm.; L J. lxi>ulit.) for it. Grape vines of the l best : flf UK:
    all have been. satisfied. Evciy ie.icher n earnestly rc'que for Florida. J. UGuaranteed :
    of Waldo died the homeof
    l fE.1 FOR SALE-One Herring fire-proof at Soon they marched out to the beautiful tiend the Institute. No pains wi'l Third. He carries the nicest (
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    I t safe. to Mrs. M. A. Read Mrs. Hall, at Temple's Mill, on table. which had been handsomely decorated pireil i Ia in"'Ue tile I Institute bold I Cure
    Apply welt
    "t11 the 19th inst.: aged 7 months and 20 by the careful hands of Mrs.( D J. I'al and p'-otiiahle to me icachcis amid! good
    : Burrin Ho ;Lawtey, Fla. clays. Sippand Miss Susie Adkins.- First they cno ( / : .dwelling

    __ cake which contained the Our J. LUiM.'. from
    I .. f Our line of medium and fine cut the thimble buperiiitendeut. Consumption) Coughs ami JoliN | ( (
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    ' dreu Mr. J. R. Wells, wife and child each one hoping his or her piece wotul con I inn..ti ig.uiiij:: iLe fc.iMhiiity of holitin_ and plushes for this mar- his condition. If *ou are aftli :tod ?' !'.
    ,.a'.t goods .is very complete, and all and Mr. W. Whitcomb, all of iain that little article, as it would denote I 11I "luIC lit I'rnviileuce, finds it 10 be a cough cold or any Lung '[' i
    ' ,,'e ask is that you\ give us a look the next one to be mairiod. Miss Arizona t rely llpr.lclic'II ', and onlu's: me Sliest trouble and will use thU grow-
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    1 before' you buv. Our prices are Jacksonville, spentVednesday in Cason one of New River's fair young la- uinoii-jcv Its uieeliii'4 to be at LaUc consequenty the trade 'isdirpfttedjrivins it a fur trial )
    (: right and quality! this city, guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. des nnd Mr. Judge Dekle. one of Lake oa November Situ ibU: ?. tortence nu bodatit, yon may : ) 2d yrar
    :1..j SI1)ertor.TrubySterubur ;M. \V C118. Sutler's gallant young men, were the F. G bottle siud hiive your money refii .. ts Ap-=-
    . "" & Co. lucky ones. After this the crowd numbering I to him for nice goods. We could not make this oiler IUI \
    .q.. In dress Mr. Aires, of Henderson, N. C., over a hundred gathered comfortably WORLD'S FAIK .. know that Dr. Kin:.;'" New :.. ; ( : : rear roots*
    trimmings have c mId l he relied on. It ti everything around the table and ItVIlS then : : 11.Pt.-ar.
    .,} that i is new and\ t>t\I irh. is in the city looking up a location.lie that part of the ent-rttinmcnt was ful.1" Given Away by the C. H. & Fourth. His financial stand- Triiil bottles free at Ht.irke Drnj? !' a
    all _
    has Western $1.
    traveled over the the "World's Fair drugstore: JjirgesixoSOtfaml:
    Truby, Sternbiirg & Cu. appreciated and much complimented.
    8<>. large
    states' but has decided to make From Cincinnati. .
    if The beautiful hanging baskets acd hinriging -
    : Far ladies' fasbionahlc'IJliiJlIJer enables him to buy direct l Chinese _
    i )' FloriJa his home. lights in the orange: trees lent additional A miignificcnt album of World's
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    go to T. A. Knight's. '-- charm to the beauties of the table, views has t been published by the C., ( mo .
    . Rev. S. U.V of Mansfield which was lotdid with all! kinds of good I!) which will be sent to any the and '3.-_'_."
    manufacturer
    ..t.t:. Largest line and the cheapest Ohio, was: in the city a few days things to cat. Who will get up the nut receipt (If 10 cents in stamps. The .apprvcl-
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    '.r -- - --- Lion wild the Monon Route, is the : cash and thus put- : _nnpJy to
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    , ;: Kiiiglit. you any news United Senator W. delivered trains of the C., II. & D. are : -

    t't For why don't you write them down and\ a very inteuMing; aud enthusiastic oration he "finest (Iii earth," and the line LISLE
    your fancy goods, felts and hand them in for publicotion. Don't representative loW orld's Fair" {-' and manufacturer, mak
    at the court house, on last Saturday to a .
    ;., pluses, go to T. A.. Knitit's.Siat4trl lIe For tickets rates etc., address any C.
    t, --- complain that there is nothing in very large and appreciative audience & D. agent. To gel our album send ,Uron.
    ,;t" biands of dress ging tilt paper. It i is a big tak to hunt was accompanied by lion. James Alexander address, with 10 cents In stamps, to him the only middle man GIN. with
    of Vclusia I.ndJr: Cromweil : ......
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    county. 1ij.ijlf. pr"T.r
    : hams 8c. pr yard at T. A, KnightQ.oiitin". up all the little local items. If you Gibbons of Jacksonville both of whom McCormick, G. P. &; T. ngcnl. : : wrenche.
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    .---. 1 Since its lirt introduction J cheaply zs wo do. A If' il ,,.
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    ; A.Knigl'ti.flays' Hicinal touics and defy rival'y and (IIu.\H our : : '
    had of fireworks nniong pure
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    .' : T. A. Knight's. was in' Attendance and made somevery and nearly ripe berries. Mr. Wynns recognized as the best and purest : "..: : :b, .,. / quality. Generally .sieakiug; I
    __ a fine stand of plants this liver t atom are,>
    , The sfn'to made reports year ine for all ailments stomacb, prices poor fatality I
    good mus c. .
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    I Sternlmrg & Co*. : \\ alter Wills keeps the best can' ria from tUe system. Satisfaction a- To give i tr.ide a ne'.r itnpetn

    See 'Qurfc:of dress trimrnin Mr. F..A. Condit, of New ;:York : dy in'town. anteee'with: each bottle or the I ,; ;.. ;; _,: ,t:1. ;' ,; '- will off(.! g f'oc1 l> very low. '

    s. city, and friend, Dr. A. W. Loziei, will be refunded. Pri<*e only M .- ... : ., : : trial.
    i'nthy..-.I--------------, Su-rnburg & Co. were' in the city a few hours this I A handsome prize with every bottle. sold by Starke Drug Co. 4 ': '. .'fii'" !;'> TRUBY, STcnxurrto f .

    Fine null ,property for sale. A I week and made'a pleasant call atthis pound of coffee at Walter Wills, McElree'8 Wine of, '. : ? ....
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    r "ffneu Wtliing to cll. grove near Hampton. They left Uurbridge, orange buyer 'w .. a4e.,

    Bipaus cure Tuesday for Ne\v York, but will return strawberry man, )has been i in the city STABKK. W.YOUNG DRUG Hampton.Ca. Starke.Q. '. C'fi" -.. tively is guaranteed cameo pilw.to give or no t-erfiyt jwy ; .lftrl. v
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