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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 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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VOL. XIV.

STARKE FLORIDA, FRIDAY.- NOVEMBER, 4, 1892. NO. 20.



A nt me.years I had, for no all intention eternity, it of seemed ti, half hour I should have left Langdalt THE UKKNOWN. commenced an action against Mr. Wilson guard-my personal description ot him TilE CROWN OF THE- YEAR:'

A DARK SECRET. her, but I know that she believed deceiving Grange forever? for the value of the stolen jewels wa at once recognized-and at the age Gin me the Autumn-gracious the
I There
slept flowetli ones the life of all
"Poor Jack," she murmured. And the Nevertheless I walked resolute!, i 2000. o twenty-five left his home such a it f
I toward the spot. Another moment and 1 Some chancing streamlet full of glee, That of Srrin
very sound of the words was. and went abroad.
caress. was in itself a I, should have reached it, but the door behind Whose waters taken with the fall The case came on in due course, but dips ,With all her dainty wayward promising1.

, S 1. When I thought I could sufficiently con. me opened and Edna Lynton en- Would lead us onward t the sea. a, the crime was not of a specially sensational the honeymoon there haven't buine.been A within Her sweet shy secret, half concealed, halt
tered. jewels, any
trol I order and the were not
> The of opened my feelings to look calmly at her, I The sight of her 'sweet sad face I Unpluckod the blossoms change to brown, known to the, parties excited living memory. So it's clear that this told;
Story a Tragic my eyes. the general public, i Cut Winter scare has loosed her his hold,
'Are you rested? Can you listen to consciousness of her dear presence, The autumn leaves fall one by one; no particular interest. man and woman are a cauple of swindlers And the' fitful her April o days.

something I have to say?" she asked with changed the whole curent of mj Unfathered chances flutter down The plaintin", described of Waldon l the 'itor' and the maid prabably Give a a where
Life me golden corn poppies
Drama. the same tender {houghts. She advanced: I a The emeralds arc th
intonation with which slowly, might Or vanish wit each setting sun. Hall Devonshire, to the facts. being in te
almost b'az
she had said"Poor Jack! say solemnly, toward me. After deposed probably paste; and the call of the lady .
S _- I pressed her hand; I still would not one swift, searching glance her downcast Untouched are chords that would unfold The emerald had been in the possession that morning an arranged thing. If The laden orchards, and the,strange rich

trust myself to speak. She oontinued: 'I yes refused to encounter mine. By a Sweet music rolling on the air; o f family for many years; they had the glow

.. j, BY E. M. DAVY. "I want you to be very quiet, very calm, backed Blight gesture oak she declined the straight Unfound, the brightest gems of gold ben valued by experts at200O., that seine hId failed other they'd have As worke the T hat dreaming Summer o'e the earth dotb
and I chair I had job way.
answer me some 'questions. For pulled forward. Lie hidden rouni witness, who bad seen Mrs. Cam lke a
more than four hours bare been We stood, perhaps, a jarJ apart. Her u everywhere. jewels'are in their possession now, t be throW
you them St. M and
wandering pion wearing at -, was To the leaves before
CUAPfEK XVI-Contlnued. about outside. With Mrs. Dadley's .:I lips moved as though she strove to Unknown, the golden way t win well with the value of used in the future plant. You see they paint reddening they

"Farther concealment is !. knowledge 1 waited for you here.$ speak, but no sound came. Is ever yet fading fast; acquainte were clever enou h'to'lh them abut deTrystiug-
becoming a "Yon have nigh jewels evidence that 2000
Tell to
come tell:
she
me, did I said with Autumn
most impossible. It is incredible to me from why the station you noj come in on your'return the words suggestingly, to me help-her. Unseen, thing that might have bsaa was rather under than over the mark for a bit, *o that they wer by & pas'8.
fulfilment of work
how the secret has been bst forever He i : joy ,
Surely your husband must kept have BO long.some Surely, what I heart In Leicestershire answered"Yes, but I am in great: troub'e," she I i the pst gems so rare and so fine a those emer- pendent witne.exclaimed the amazed Wilson, The hour of triumph ere the last sands run:
almost in "But,
he was sufficient to'account for that a whisper. "Your Not rose that bloo-neth fai alds. Mrs. Campion swore that the jewelswere i
must every
have Fair.is the tired hearts find
suspicion seen- I wife refuses Spring, yet
wished permission to of these witnesses was an
to explain. "one expert;
"He has not the slightest idea, I tell when delay I should a.long have as possible the'moment "You felt bound to ask her first?" Is warmed by bauty's smile, I trow- locked up in a trunk of which she i he to the value of the cheer

you. If" I thought he had, I'd-I'd kiU ." to facemy'wife. Yes. I was bound." Not every one has for his share alone had the key. It was a patent swore detective smiled. "gems."Don't When Autumn's patient strength crowns
m se1f. "Then let the To star the brow l lock. She had the casket after The. you a
"But knew that matter rest. I want no wear a upon put away
you the Year.
No not that. There sooner or later tbak know there's that will deceive a
no; is another a
time explanation. I have at which she had paste
must seen and know attending a party
come. What
alternative, my poor child-a better one the delay did YOU gain by enough." Yet this is truth that all shoul know: worn them. On the day of the theft jeweler j unless submitted to certain Ciristian Burke in AtaUnta.

-the plan I was suggesting to you just "Bt t Dr. There is same honor for each state, ? The witness honest enough
"What did I gain?" I repeated with Gascoigne sass the time has she unlocked the truck for her tests was ,
You will "
a,
now.His emotion seemed trust to yourself choke him.to me- bitter laugh that it was impossible to dis. come when" the truth can no longer be And should we rule or plow or sow, hesel to lay out those jewels, and the but deceived, a any one would be, under PITH ANDPOIN'T.Yawl I
concealed
guise. "The certain knowledge that the she said, looking at me sadly Tis doing duty makes us the conditions. If the gems were real, .
"I about maid
am thinking it. Whether I and wistfully but getV. l los was then The Celeste _
can bring myself to promise woman who is called my wife is no longer speaking in a firmer -\ diccverd. people wouldn't dare to advertise I
thee
-
voice. "He l Birdel beea six
is here now, anI if will ,
I dropped bag lightly the worthy to bear my name. I will never you yeas them so openly for they could only rigged-The tom-cat.-Truth.
my on ground. look on her false not listen to me he insists on explaining with her rnistre-s, corroborated this b
I wanted both hands tree-free to grapple "You have discovered face again. everything himself. The Missing Emeralds. dence. The lady in black, who bad stolen, and emeralds don't lie by Northern lights-Those of the polar
with him-to shake the truth from him, something, "In that case I will hear I oadside 'whoever had lost them wouldbe bear.-Southron.A .
said r
something since you, evidently ;
clean off with her
if I could get at it no other way. you came home? she, got booty, was
asked, in a nervous, startled constrainedly.And on the.trail at once. Now, sir, not a lot-The .
"But you seemed to consent! Tell mb manner. went an expert thief. The defensewas ; building ,carpenters, masons
again that consent!" he I strove my very utmost to be calm, for on: Mrs. to :any one. Ive got to follow and
exclaimed
you she trembled and "On the morning of the day she died, BY IXA LEON CASSILIS. "contributory negligence. wor ? bricklayer.IndiaaapJi
was pale death. :
eagerly. as Mrs. have her up. News.
Hargreave confided to ought to given jewels -
me a secret, Campion
"Yes. When the time arrives, "By accident I overheard their talk- little .. WANT to see Mrs. The detective went over to Paris and
you suspecting I knew the of the
hers and Gascoigne's. She already it. To into personal care proprietor The aeronaut loves hb balloon. In
the
hive when but to and say,where'Come' and I will go" with wife; he, the false friend." guilty prevent your discover.ng; it I went, at .1 Campion-I suppose ; but there could be no question there discovered through the police, tht fact, he's completely taken with it.
up
you spoke_with strange you please. Sho "No, no, no! It is not BO? She is noL you wife's request, in the same train as I lean go up? The about the negligence of the page, who Celeste Birdel, the maid, was Binghamton Leader. .
consider .
composure, guilty, nor he false. I you to Leicestershire. I-I was dis EHf vllV speaker was a tall the secret police under several names.
am sure, i had allowed free the
lug the terrible import of her words. am cer guised. Yon could \l a stranger access to "
tain, this can be But not recognize me. I I handsomely Mr. and his were also suspected "Another cherished link gone, said
"If I could feel proved. first tell young lady, the The verdict Campion wife
quite sure- he be- followed to Tom rooms of was
me all that you and arrived guests. the man: who lost his cuff button.
you saw and heard. Litte's but of. certain swindle but nothinghad young .
gan, hesitatingly. Edna only just in time break off quietly for the for the full amount ,
"Do you mistrust me? Do you fear I risen. Her was hands standing now. I, too, hal his story t dressed in black; the claimed. plaintiffs soon the verdict was been, proved. About a year ago, Washington Star.

shall change my mind?" she asked, with plication. Her eyes were brimful clasped of in tears.sup. "He told me how Mr. Hargreave had place the entry of 0 given the commissionaire a Daly, who however lady answering to the description "What would you do if you "

I a laugh write it that?" scan Jed hysterical. "Shall She: was trembling in every fiber of hex come by his death large hotel at a fash- was one of the witnesses, having noticed of Mrs. Campion, but giving another me?" "I don't know, I'm sure. I don't

"A good thought. Cut I will write and body. As simply as I could I related all] had"Not once before. told id not tell He yon what he 'ionable health resort; the lady "in black, whispered to Mr. name, had purchased a paste emerald set believe I'd bear it as wel&you do."
me. back
you shall sign," he answered. "It will that had occurred, making no furthej by my desire the fact that 'w'beu klpt that I tho person addressed Wilson: necklace, bracelets and earrings-of a -Binghamton Leader.Can .

hel'jou to remember, and may be of use comment. terrible took a page to the estab jeweler j in the Hue de la Paix. The entire we not accuse the )
catastrophe Miss
When place Har- "Pardon the but I Ieifl
I had liberty sor was
ended-she had turned bet i
should any difficulty arise. \ greave was-that, alas, for she lishment. The lady set was sold for 25. There was no Knight of "talking through
4ae. till then she looked I'd
far much away at me, ai years you, sor, appale.
'ihey were too
absorbed "
had
to been of
at times- had been making doubt whatever that Mr. ,
Campion when he howled defiance from behind
notice that though a weight were taken off her mind Wilson started. "What for a
I
changed my position so "Thank "For heaven's sake. don't seek fo spare straight for the grand staircase, when I Waldoa Hall, a cunning and accomplished -
you, she said "I know that closed helmet?Puck.
that I could now see well ; now would be waste of \a
as hear. ; a
as it can be explained." m ; I begin to see pretty (dearly that I the youthful functionary interposed and only money. swindler, his good birth and

then Gascoigne ho handed wrote it and in the his pencil pocketbook he had, Explain it, then," said I, increduously. was tricked into marrying a mal woman. asked her who it was she wished to see. "Oi'me" not so sure, sor-it 'ud gaIn education enabling him to appear to Luce-uSed made"a ringing speech
I can bear toirae. l .
anything
used to Georgie. "I will, to-morrow. now save seeing you "I am an old friend; I have been here '' advantage. Of course the money with .omer-uUm
I glanced toward the window. She also suffer thus. What Gascoigno had to "What are you driving at, Daly? -urn? me
"Your signature is sufficient he said. before, the lady added, the boy which ho dash at St. Mwas Luce-uye.
a
looked in the same direction. do"I "I don't know mesilf but cur I to be his Circular.It .
She wrote, and, as he replaced the book Daylight should you that Mrs. Hargreave looked dubious. son; Id ap. got in some dishonest manner, but Mr. wie.-Jeweler'

in his pocket, he added, "It would tak was shades.peeping through the half- close4] took Dr. tel"ne into her confidence Her sweet smile was disarming; not pale if it was me. Your pardon, 'r." Wilson was not to rake up is hardly square to send a blind

more master self-possession of to face husband than I feel quite "To-day. A few hours hence-" she from the first. when he saw Miss Har less so her handsome apparel; the boy Somehow the man's manner-perhapJ h late :guest's concernel career; hi) last man t jail for harn.:no visible me
your tonight.1'Tben its his
arrive because of
greave at Glendale House he was mystery-impressed of support, or a deaf man
said ma'am and the host the
:you must fly-quickly, for began.Within "Very well, visitor coup was sufficient for mine at t
evena struck with her
resemblance to the girl master. lie instructed his counsel to
this
dow one-horse cab -and she hour I shall have left mj passed on. I Royal Hqtel to bring action for attempt without a hearing.-A1ol-Demort
laughe| he had loved ,
home forever." many a year ago; a girl who notice of and ask for
lightly as she said it-"should be here by suffered in the same as wife- Half an hour after ward the lady passed give appeal, a stay to defraud, and Mr. and Mrs. Campion "See you not, the optimist cries,
this time. Will "But what do you mean to do? When way your of execution meanwhile. Counsel was "Tht beautiful and lover*'
you go out through tin would ?" whose engagement to him was broken off across the hall ou her way out, almost found themselves in the dock instead of girl" he
table yard?" knew of you go inclined to ad vise what seemed to 1 not the face
They against says
return) s
my on that account. He was Interested in unnoticed-there in the witness box with their pi
Then they bsd had mo watched. "I can tell you nothing-for I knee are so many people go him useless and to together "But a grinning skull and
"No," said he nothing-except that I shall leave Eng. Miss Hargreave for the sake of that resemblance in and out of a big hotel-and the Royalwas a expensive course accomplice, Celeste; the tl fair lady Star.
"I
firmly. in
came by but his client but Wilson was firm and he -Wuin
more when he ,
deeply
the front entrance. I will leave by it. land and everything for which I soU discovered she sti the the hotel at t. M-. Almost unnoticed remained: perdue. Sure enough the"emeralds" Johnny"I'm reel won't
daughter of the the notice. The of
I crept cautiously away. I believed I and-I myself.think-alone.I shall go away" free, penniless. woman he had loved. He has always not quite; a commissionaireasked gave execution required wa opposed by Mr. stay Ca'npion's were found in the possession let l me go to school. Wale (with

knew their secret now. It was a vulgai "Not without first hoped she might be cured, and consideredthat a waiter standing near him who of the worthy couple, who were committed marked envy)-"Wdir! did you oat
seeing wife! counsel instructed his client
one enough-only the old story of a falst Not without giving her a chance your the great dread and shame she enter- that lady was. by ; fdr trial; the regular detectives, wot simmon to have?"-Chicago News-
to
friend cleai
and unfaithful would order that the
but the only
an wife. But oh judge
herself from this terrible-" tined let you should discover the sad "She isn't staying here," he in the interval, taking up the matter. Record. *
my God, how I had been befooled! made that remarke. 2000 be paid into court pending the
hope almost
It is as useless as it is painful to sa: a certainty. "He-a visitor, I suppose, replied with the;result that it was discoveredthe "I I shall not
CIIAPTER XXVII.Mr But lately she has baffled all Magistrate- hope see
more. Nothing can shake determine efors the waiter and he walked appeal.
my for her good. of gentlemen with the family jewel here Old
OWN TRUE LOVE. tion-- The lady was by this of sight, Daly bemed. "That's roight he and his wife were "wanted" in you agin. OJeaderuNo'Bee
"Last night Dr. Gascoigne found her I
Leaving of But I broke off me you going
my place concealment, suddenly. The look ij said himself and when Mr. Wilson Wy. a'
I walked her in a most unsatisfactory state, but she and the commissionaire, for the time, to and Vienna for remarkable clever frauds. to "
swiftly down the as met resign
carriage drive eyes they mine your -
and took up my position near the gates. frightened me. positivelJ yielded to his entreaty that-under certain forgot all about her; but he had, half left the court he took the Irishman with .le. Celeste was handed over to the Tid-BiU. ofce a

I had not long to wait. I heard Gas. Will you not stay-at least till noon?' circumstances' might send her to consciously, photographed her face in him to the solcitor.s."Now French police under an extradition war

coigne's quick military tread upon the she faltered.I some 'home where maladies like hers are his mind. hose who are in the habitof ; Daly, said, when the two rant, and Mr. and .Mrs. Campion Mr. Toothandnail c't Imagine
gravel before he in shook head. treated. You see now how you misinterpreted seated. what we ever got married for; we're
came sight. When my constantly seeing new faces acquire gentlemen were Daly-a some passed a long and not altogether pleas
their
words
he was within a connie of yards or so I "Not for my-for my sake-Jack?" He; closest watching.! Alas That, she box requiresthe marked'books' either a habit of quick and keen observation time privdte in the Irish Fusiliers-standing ant ubon ymoon" in an English prison.Mr. ., totally different at every single point."
stepped out into the moonlight, right in voice sank to piteous entreaty as shi Mrs.Toothandnail "Ob flatterer 1"
attention "what -
lose all in- respectfully "at ,you
almost of
that to
front of him. spoke the last words. you conveyed to her, contained or power Wilson did not forgt rwar

.11*, Dudley! he exclaimed, with the There is a limit to self-restraint i -" There are different kinds of dividualizing. The commissionaire was have you got in that head of yourt" the keen-witted whoe sp -Bton Transcript.

old hearty ring ,.in his voice, as he held went a step nearer to her, and the nex madness, Edna said and sinking her of the former class. He was an Irishman, "Why, sor"-saluting-Ol've been parently "unreasonably" suspicion "Young man," said an evangelist, "d.-

out his hand. moment she was in my arms. voice almost to a whisper, added,"hers is too, and the Irish arc proverbially keen I thinkin' a dale about this matter, an' saved employer 2000. you realize tht when you retire at night

I. made no attempt to take it. For I She hid her suddenly flushed lao dipsomania from"Trairessl"-periodic" drunkenness-inherited observers of the human face. wane thing an' another. If oi was you, h you my b called bfor

few seconds looked at each other thus. against my shoulder. I did not speak !-cried voice that Mr. and Mrs. Campion were a sor, I'd set a ditictive on to't. The gin- dawns? hope so; mm
young
a Aa Olive a young
What is the matter with but caressed her hot cheek. rang l'JanbtuDThe
Jack She
;you, ? move)Ia but there's
tleman he's doctor
their honeymoon landed a gintleman; and I need encouragement of
room. couple ou
He put the question with the most innota little closer to me, kissing the han people finest plantations of are in
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cent air imaginable. that was caressing her.I At the same moment there was a sharp Mr. .Campion having an estate in gintlcmen, sor, that can do dhirty work; ole but some kind."-Texas Sitg

\ "You've come from my house?" I said, took her sweet face between my handi report, a smoke, 0 low stifled cry, and Devonshire, Mrs. Campion presumablyof but the lady, sh 's not the thrue lady, the Nablus district of its "In the example said

significantly. and raising it whispered: "Look at me.' Edna sank forward against my shoulder. the same class as her husband. sor. I was takin' a good look at her in nearly every village h forger or the teacher of the class bo. ,
"Yes."You'"e." Her with tho love light in them The arras was raised at the very spot I the coort an' beafther foind- smaller There 0 doubt that f
eyes had been They occupied a handsome suite of ; ye moight 8rove. "what does the X
so near investigating, and in the is of the mOlt valuable Lacy
"
the one reprnt
seen wife? met mine. It was enough. I knew
my they whether the
shadow of it stood wife the apartments on the second floor of thehotel in' out, sor, gintleman's got olve Forbes
my revolverjust may
I have. and that it
with what love she loved God of the country, awe
You don't deny it. then?" her and bless her and help me.her to keel beat fired still smoking in her hand. Withan and had already made severl I the big eathite in Divonahire; ye see, could products be''made a greater source of a-a pair of suspenders," hazarded t
"No exprelion'of terrible malignity on her agreeable acquaintances in the hotel and I sor, if I may make so bowld, ye doa'tknow sti
he answered, fixing his eyes on the burden of it, I prayed. Our lipsmet. than it is It frightened little girl, regarding it f
me with a look that I interpreted as one It was a moment when silence was ace, she held it pointed in the same in the town.Between it, an' bavin' plinty o' money, an'there's revenue present. requires tently.-Chicago Tribune
lirection. Her the but little and lives and yields fruit even
finger
was on trigger.
of cool defiance. "And now, perhaps, more exquisitely eloquent than words. half-past one and two they r more than wan way av gitting '
you'll let me pass," he added. By a supreme effort I relaxed my hold, She was about to discharge a second returned, after a drive, to luncheon, that-." He paused. when neglected. It only requires graft ','=

The quiet scornfulness of his manner and slowly and gently she withdrew. arrel round Edna. Bend- which was served privately in their own "Well, Daly? said Mr. Wilson; the ing and a little digging up and clearing The One Cent Coin.
arms
exasperated"You're (levi'i me vast--I endurance.ried-wilh ."At. .noon. .. -in the library," she said as tog woud over her.my:I strove to cover her with apartments. S solicitor was listening attentively. out, and this done, it yields a pleuciful Few of the present generation have"
a concen.. sue isis me room.I ia return for small amount of how the
trated fury, and struck at him-I struck : bent my head in token of assent. l cy body. Thus shielding her-my fasoi- Mrs. Campion"'a a remarkably pretty "Well, soT," he went on, "it don'tseem crop th it. The fellaheen any knowledge present one cent

fair and full at his mocking face. lated gaze fixed on the pistol-I saw my woman of about twenty-four, petite in loike a gintleman to want the pains bestowed upon piece came into ciulaton Prior t
He CHAPTER life suddenly alter the position of her down at wanst does Iti? say that the vine is a sitt-a delicate the Civil War -
parried the blow, however, and be- XVIII. figure, and with small regular money paid te cin represented
fore I Ireapon. She put the muzzle to her feature.Her town any who requires a great deal of cent half
could one weighed
help myself his arms were THE TBAOEDT. ow husband was quite ten her Wid one loike yerself, he couldn't' exactly a
forehead a&y
around me. It was hand-to-hand fired, and fel like a log upon years and attention. The fig on the con There in
a strng I was alone. I looked at watch.It think ye'd run widout payiuaa' care ounce. were plenty
I my 'the floor. senior, and had a good deal of the coun away c-
gle. I was the taller, but he the mora : 6 o'clock. I is a fellaha-a strong country wo- tion for the of the .
muscular was pulled back the Georgia, my wife, lay dead. Edna, my try squire in his air and manners-the he looked black, an' he looked at the trary, population
of the two, and with shame, I shades to let in the daylight. It was a love nu n who can flourish without lea when the war broke out it seemed if
had sunk fainting in arms- lady. Maybe sor, if was to the > 8uel
felt that,although the I my sort of a man to ride to you pay a
be He aggressor, should wild March morning; clouds scudding And ber-80 far, at least, as I feel straight hounc now there'd be no more heard of der caret but the olive treo i a bold coins of all deno ninations h been
conquered. flung mo from him and know the points nt a money
before the wind and now and again the beterthan
bound to make it who in of and
with a force that sent me reeling across pattering of sudden rain-showers against public-the tragic dramabf the insidcs of books. Mr. Campion." bedawije", spite neglect 'swallowed up. Token of kd
life is ended.
the my remains a und useful made first of cardboard
strong
roadway. the I to "Do mean to suggest, said the were the
"Jack panes. went my dressing-room, [THE END.] "Any one called? he asked of the you hardhip
Dudley, said he "go home. I require .' packed my portmanteau, then threw mv- waiter, he sat down to luncheon. solicitor, "that Mr. and Mrs. Campionare metal..
no explanation from joa to-night. I elf into a chair to wait. For Edni's Some Sound Business Maxims. a swindlers?" The olives ripen towards the end of A small coin about the size of. the
"No sir I believe not sir. in
To-morrow ,
I'll come and demand one.It lake-and for hers only-I postponed my ; Il wouldn't wondher the summer; the trees are then beaten one cent was
His assurance petrified me. Witb.muttered a until Use every means to hold on quire." "Faith, an' I sor. present piece pru
departure noon. t you
takea to
not
with sticks care being it various
,
imprecation, giddy and still Once a knock came to the door. It was home trade. In the afternoon the pair strolled out There's a many things _stranger done long having,upon ,

reeling, I turned toward the house. a servant bringing me some breakfast. I Great bargains can only be for awhile, and at five came in to tea. than stalm' yer own prop rthy." destroy the young leave and shoot. The "Not one cent, "Good enough for de

For hours I walked up and down before Signed to him to set it down and begone In any market by being on the secure At sis o'clock Mrs. Campion's bell "But, my good fellow," said Mr. fruit i collected and spread out on the fence," "Our country forever." From

the house that contained the false Quickly, and locked 'the door a.ainst Always keep your designs spt. tingled with as 'much violence as Wilson, "the man would have got 2000 roofs or other convenient placesand then six hundred to one thousand varieties of
woman whom I onco believed I loved. turther intrusion. It mattered little into for little while in order tokens made and issued.
or ness from the knowledge of others.It aiI for the jewels by selling them. put ; eaps were
If not electric bell is of betraying I tee A
as in capable ,
yet guilty act wife
my was nothing now what the household might is to sell if said the Irish it may slightly ferment, after which they were taken to a cent by
at least morally guilty. Her words had easy goods they are when the responded to the summons "That depend sor, tht represent
proved it. I had heard her own lips say choose elusion.to think of my self-imposed se- vrell suited to your trade and boughtright. he saw page Mr. Campion looking a man, dryly; two sorts av im- taken to tne oil press, where it i everybody, those' who had copper

she crushed under a heavy millstone, hand and could make
was ready to leave me and with eralds. enough on ,
go I sat near a window that commanded a whole thunderstorn, and Mrs. Campionvery I o
Gasco'gne when and where he wished. magnificent view of hill and dale and reclining on a fanteuil. Wilson to his feet. packed ia little straw baskets, is dually procure molds or dies, realized a

He The had villain only had to come to her, she said. winding river. The lights and shadows Eleclriclty and Vegetables. "fell pale Mr., Wilson (the proprietor) I "The man sprang may be right in his suspi pressed. The oil (zayt) runs into a lt profit from the making and i

got her written promise, teemed chasing one another-ever chas -. dons!I" he exclaimed I tIe cemented cistern, from which these tokens. The size and weight were
him at said Mr. Cam excitedly.
must see once, "Il
too.The ing; and as I watched them the principal drawn ia leather bottles or large earthen convenient, and the United States ..Government
A tells famous
"That to ve
lights were extinguished the moon events of life during the last few contemporary us: electricity pion. go Long (a private ;;
and stars grew dim, a biting wind began months passed my before mental vision has a stimulating action on seeds Mr. Wilson speedily on the it will do no harm, anyhow. jars for carrying away. saw that the people were better
,
spot
my .
to blow.I wa The fellah it both for light and with the small
like the phantasmagoria of a disturbing has long been known. This knowledge to learn that Mrs. Campion's He went of at once with Dalr to uses pleased piece, although

stepped in, closed the window and dream. Nothing seemed real except the Gospodia Spechnef a Russian agricul- valued by their owner at emerald, L Long's That shrewd person Its nourishment. If he has nothing better comparatively nlue1. than with the

still approacned the. health, where a fire was blessed truth that Edna loved me. I repeated turist, has utilizing by subjcctingpas been stolen. it tened to the whole story, and to he contents to eat some bread soaked ia old half-ounce .
They
burning.Weary miserable to myself; a thousand times, "Sho beans, and rye to an electric current were, appeared Mrs.Campion's ,. and asked that person Dalyssuggtion oil. I U also used a great deal in town As the object was to keep thelub
and faint-I secured in trunk chest in
large or
had a
not loves
tasted food all day-I cast myself me-loves me-my darling loves minutes, with the result that the She herself what he meant by Mrs cookery but as a means of light it has sidarj coins In the coutr

the couch and upon me.- plants grown from them are, much more dressing room. been almost superseded by petroleum. people were content use the
clcsed "fine
not being a lady. amUerpiece
I
my eyes. could A few minutes before twelve I went kept the key of trunk. The other Campion .
afford to rest. I vigorous thin those from unelectrified thi Much inferior olive to the tried in the
knew
the worst now. downstairs to keep my appointment.The in same place, but none "A gentleman, you know, he sid, to oi i exported experiment was ,
were
In an hour or two's time I would leave library was a dull, dark room with seeds. He has also electrified the soil jewel had been touched be "draw out" the commissionaire, "often France and Italy. jift, or refuse of issue of the "tur el-buar" mixed,

my home forever.A painted windows, through which no sun- by burying plates of zinc and copper in inferior value.probably The marries a little out of his class!I" the oil, i used for fuel, having great nickle rent.: They larger, tike
their
slight sound, a sigh quite near, light The walls it to form an 'earth bater' conneCted cause of of heat.-Detroit Free Press. and heavier than the
ever penetrated. were the properties ,
"Faith more's pity replied present cnt
roused me, and the the sor, I
soft
touch thief had opened
of a hand |.ned with well-filled book-shelves from above ground >y an the electricity by come means, did well the tokens
not
as aJ
this Oi've please
it's
upon my shoulder thrilled me as could from trunk and the casket containing the Daly, "but way, sor. hdplease.
the floor to five feet upward. Above circulating plate to plate ,
the touch Peculiar Notion. After two three
of an' there's look A Very trying or
only both sarts
one woman's hand on bracelets and seen lots av a i.
earth. dingy tapestry reached to the low oak through the intervening hoil. The emeralds necklae.
bending Lookingup, I saw Edna Lynton beams of the ceiling. I had never liked grown on this stimulated ground crops were ear rings-had been removed.Mr. 01 this wan that gives me to think she Some one has estimated that at least sues the nick Ie coin, some with te.
over
me and holding toward ma the There aboutit be the sari, undher- one-fourth of the world knows flying ea;le and others with the Ind ,
a glass of wine. Her room. WHS a ghostliness the amazement of the side-the Campion did not rave or storm; may wrong ye nothing
full of tenderness and sweet pity. eyes An were that would have impressel even the yield being four countr producedfrom be simply said that he should hold Mr. sthand?" of the use of forks, and fully one-quarter head the Unite States Government, decided -

had come to minister to me, whose angel very stanchest I: could disbeliever in that the Edna's supernatural. the land in the immediate vicinity Wilson responsible for the loss. The "Perfectly." of the men, women and children in it upon thepresent style of cinYankee .

presence calmed the tempest of my soul for appointing only imagine to meet me there must reason be which) had not been subj.-cted to this host, on his side, repliedtbat the "He's a duced keen fellow, that Pad cat with their finger .The Egyptians Blade.- -
and brought me peace. She looked treatment. A carrot 6 get the detective said later, aside to and Turks pride oa their -
tle, sweet gen that, an it was the least frequented room weighed J pounds, had not taken reasonable care dy, t mslYe
I drank,the and wine timorous as a dove In the house,'we were the less likely to and.a. radish was 5| inches thick and jewels, and refused to make good the Mr. ,Wilson. "Well, sir, if you put'te cleanliness In th use of their fingers Ua a Human Voice. '

|the empty glass, and gratefully, gave back be disturbed. seventeen inches long. But ths, though loss. tle case in my hands, I think I shal, not rather tha and give a very in- The miD one of the Grke .pi
at
lay down agiin upon, the.a sign couch.from her, There'was a sliding panel behind the interefting, is not quite Anion; resulted in disclosing the disappoint you." I genious excuse for the practice. Forks, of bud foud in tropical

turned the shaded lamp the She tapestry ,in' one part, winch had teen others Andrew Crosse found the same Inquiries had For five days Mr. Wilson heard :'noth i they say, have been irksome other elI co ntre domesticated, fa excel the
ufo:! table, fact that a ]ady calle4 m'
stirred the fire, then moved toward the the Ointed Orange,out,to but meonmy I had only first noticed coming to it results Ian years since, and some forty had been allowed b/ th page morDngand to go jug more of the matter. The public had ) mouth, and you"have'to depend upon prau. both :in picking up the wor

door. "I must now and years ago a scientific Berwickshire it Theajone day.the t servants thir cleaning. These of those by whom
go your
have forgotten ar
say alredy. for
you casually, for, as J have sad, I did not to Mr.
oozne iz. I willreturu," she experimented with de.trcty ou a large up Clpio'n's roqps.'i befora Mr.Wilsoa. wash before surrounded and 1 the distinctness with
wer to toe said, in an- like the,room and' only entered it in "We such person, ; detective presented hmel! : people their haodi sitting :
yes' I know unspoken question of my search of books, which I invariably car- scale, much to the his illiterate said Mrs.don'tkuoay. inexcuableto'allow down to table or squatting around the which they speak tbs words' and sentences

not the length of time tat ned away to read elsewhere. neighbors, who. described the neW "Itwa meal the floor and they take the The a small
.
"I thiatthis i is \ on leared.
intervened.Vben she her to rooms. "Well, sir, !he began, up hl m
'muckin' the Ian' upto
came again, I A cheerful this departure as wi' ou ,
fire was morning burn- cUe cnl with
bird
extended ? of food bread shining a
my hand to her, hotel thrives found Waldoa. Hall-; morsels. wit'thi&pieces pf, i cl
mutely implore ing in the:low, old-fashioned grate, but thun'er. -Freeman. I dare fay one ,the a plant. 'rv
ing head
sympathy? ] and JCamgioa i is rolling it aroused luch food or spppiag it bright orange abut ,
She' instead of going toward it, some strange, bead of the' emcraldsi have twice there js such a place- strip
I lid"her understood. She sat down and unaccountable attraction feemed. to draw UNEXPECTED ACCIDENT. worn them at I have guest's name, but the .hall is' atupble'do'wa in the soup. Taej ,usetheir toads'ia orange legs salmon coloredbill'an&caa

bledlug fiaad} a httle in ,min': ike.the' At first it trem. ay'oughts toward that part of'thefadedtipe'stry ever io a railroad accident hei&.-icd laid l p'rties'a8. ot4l t bp_ you place, ia sycipai* [repair aidja; i the' 'uriag a tearratherthan.cut speak and tyogh! ia pet
fluttering
you ia
of
a "Wer rfiiited ti joining
V1' .frightened>> bird then it lay still: I strove wljich hU the elidjzg- ? laformati aVas. at q ce.give tote t |tnobo$7wilitake'or bV iafcqut -,: :t ei. -. ,. iOot.u.
to conceal: the panel of two acres of -worthlef laad, 'b*- ,- -..1-- ligsntlj WnYars&t1p..r.od0.Tlsits.
raptureTitn ad e i
which this The desue to inTettigate it took such "Tes, rfplied the nna irhs travels local police, I depriptioa

' closed Wuntari act of hers inspired me", and strong hold of me that I almost laughed great ctejl.When 1 : who cUed wired''up to Scotlaad! longing to it. The lte 'Y Caoagioa's The Unite Stare' HAS more tbaa. 503- -. ;-'-- ..

them the my truth.eyes lest" My she heart' should' read io aloud at the absurdly: of the IJa. I ?" "ldy fat *i bad wasted what property theN 000 barin! ; ban-plants, 200,000, M. 4mdea. c1arns' to _have" J

th't my on" f"ar 'w.s that was he beating sc What could fifty Aiding panels or secret ] "The other day. I was on the Great The nut <4 )Ir. and' Mrs. Cap Ill was": His son finUbed "the bU es.: $ tearing lamon trees 4,000,003 prao i the ta Gsi in NewJenej

) !.. Jol&: !" It:J oil nt< .HI.* tu... for sho&d Q..u.r". ;''oors eleR matter,- to t:!mil I.now?," Why"!! !t rhonlde If ft. I no.lo tiiiv."nilwav ffl(1,?} th<* train., .! i''f }in, 9! left Stf.::, !fJindOP1, anti at 9Pce Tour-! .Mr.., Caropioa.va. always a blapi. trees' .aad 21OOU( I pioeaople! -?!?.,.<* tre' 1 It is. more'. ..- .thaq unOWe.. 01CTt stal feotio t .bei

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CouNTY
BRADFORD Jfr t'i n i is lha last.i ill5UC of our paper I Iy Grc&t Court. Fourth Judicial Cirratt,1. IS CIrc8l&C burt Fourth Judicial rc5L Sta&e $ '

nsu bforethe: :'election day hence; we Jl is to be hoped that the people of FlorIda EtAt of Florida Bradford County.-In I of Florida Bradford County.-In Cfcancerj.} ;

8TXBKE.BRADFQRD PUBLISHED WEEKLY COU TY.AT-FLORIDA.' f i make this),Jea\ appeal to the votersof will acquaint themselves with the ,.Chancery Soma::K.. Carter 1 I!.i Era JA Caroline WIl and JI.oehk T* t*.mnt as the of Conrad EMentrixofU HoehJe.I *. ".- -

Bradford who de ira good and. that the I YL > Bill for Divorca.
county Australian ballot law .too. Marion Carter. J ued.no
I I V
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I.C.-wEBB. will hare tbe wisdomto It being made to by the affidavit of the forth bU wtfdt
Editor and Publisher. I governmen-.peaceabIe government, Florida )legislature : appear Uriah D. Miner sad M. Mirer.
complaisant appended to the bill in said canoe her bus- .
D. and O. M. RisJwt.
Man Dar
government the interest of the it. It is a just law. and one that tO Postofflee.)
ndopl that the above-named defendant Marion Oner, band:Jtrs. C.J. Husband and C 3.HLbS.Dd.mi' (
I : SUBSCRIPTION' $1.00 A VKAH. people=-to turn out on the eighth will inspire the pi.ople to fit themselves is a non resident of the State of Florida and n- husband and George M.Weeks and S.r.Myers. .
>ides in Wayne county. State of Georgia and BhiinaBer part-
H.A.Myers and S.
day of Nevcuiber (being Tuesday of .Diore perfectly lo perform the duties of that his postofflae address i*Serena said stata De"dolpg business under the firm name 01
Entered Aeenrding to Act of CoTret'*in next week) and cast one more dem. end eoujjty and tkftt mid defendant is over the 3. F.Mrers&Co. ii
Clti Core _
the Poet OJflee. & <. Fla., at tieeond eJ hip.-Grc&JI Spring fcje of twenty-one rears it U therefore ordered It being made to appear by tbe affidavit of I* V
Clot Matter.TIIK ocratic vote for the election of that the above named defendant.Marioo Carter. B. H .od *. aomplaioaaf solicitor appended to
I be required to plead.answer or demur to the tbe bill filed in said cause that the above
Grover Cleveland) to the presidencyof Tailor county is oue of the fire counties bill filed in saM cause on or before the 9th day named defendants S. F.Eyers.W.A.Mrer aqd StrictlyriABT'Vl
4'S : these United States. of December,A* I>. 1892. the came oejuj the first S.Blumaner. partners doing business under the Everything -
TICKET, in the stale which has a of
preponderance Monday in said month and a rule day of thia flnn name 0 S. F. Myers & Co..are non-real-
As between the republican party bird partyites. At the recent state election court, or the said bill will be taken as confessederainrt dents of the Rtata of Florida and that they are
F<'r Pre8 dent: 'and the third leaders this him. each over tte age of twenty-one rear*,and that
patty all the officers elected It is further ordered that of notice
nearly county a copy this their place of residence w in Ute City, Count/
c1 DROVER CLEVELAND. campaign has been 'sought *to be be pubUahe once a week for four conaecutiv and State of New York and their postofflce address
01 Iho r illa. It
] ccv
were now transpires
weeks in the Bradford and
County a
] County
45 and 90 Maiden Lane. City.
For Yice-PresMcnt: made one of the most ,i insidapu*, that those of that party elected are experiencing weekly newspaper published in said county of State aforesaid; it is therefore ordered that the

4.. E. STEVENSON. misleading aud deceptive.campaignsthat Bradford. Done and ordered by me this 30tU above named defendant 8. F. Myer-, M. X
trouble to perfect the necessary day of October A, D. 1 1\i W.T. Myers and 8. &. partners doing business = =- ,"
Pnicntial Electors: has ever been waged before the [[L. S.} Clerk Circuit Court. under the firm name of S. F. Myers Co.be i : /\1.1 : 'II '
bonds in while those of j
American The order.U qualify By 5,U. W,4&OUT.Deputy Clerk. and they are hereby required to plead answer j : I i 8' 8
T. 31. SHACKELFOIU) people. republican I hereby certify that the above is a true filed in this I
the democratic faith have no rouble. copyof or demur to tile bin of complainant : : i J I i '=
has its of the original She o OF *-
B. B. BLACKWELL. patty seen grasp power nov on in my cause oa or before the SEVENTH PAY
and Truly the lot of the third party people is w.T,WEEKS. VEMBER.ATriae.: or the raid bill will betaken
WILLIAM H. MILTON. loosing its hold on the people, Clerk Circuit Court. as confessed against them.
; its great aim has been to hoodwink not a happy one.-Floridian. By X. D. W AInlGS7. D.C. It ig further ordered that a copy of this orderbe
; W.N.TI1OMPSON, Oct. Kb. JmNotlee Telegraph.a .
I published in the Bradford County ,
,
the and its lease of
people renew : weekly newspaper pub'fehed m Braaiora .
For ConpreESTnan Second District: power in such form that it could note i There are about 75,000 negro voters in for Publication. County. Florida once a week for four consecu :)"

CHARLES M COOPER.Don't. of Tennessee, but the new poll lax law aud LAJO OrpiCE GAIJTESVILL Fu,i tire weeks next preceding the above mentioned "'
Hear thi
shaken off. its advocacy > AT date Done and rendered by me.
% the Australian ballot! system which has October 14 189i f 19th day ofSeptember.l89t. W.T.'. :
forget that net Tnesday is its high protective tariff heresy, and NOTICE Is hereby given that the followinf- [dEAL} Clerk of the Circuit Court. IN OUR STORE. .i
its ply maneuvers- to ingraft the been adopted in several of the counties -tter baa filed notice of his inteu By N. D/WACrwoBT, Deputy Clerk. !
election day. It is the duty of tion to make final proof in support of his claim 1 hereby certify that the above u a true and
force bill on the policy of the country will disfranchise fully 30.000 of tb4t num. and that said proof will be made before S. F. correct copy of the original BOW on file in my
democratic to turn out
very voter under milder forms of ber. The poll tax law went into effect in Hanford. Clerk of the Circuit Court. at Green ofBco.Witnfi.
and cast a vote for Cleveland and expression, COTO Spring Eta on December 8,1894 Tiz: Mia 'a my haul and aeal this September19th.
when it was discovered tbat there 1890. It was felt by the republicans in a soon Bowen of Highland Fla., H.E No. 17535, 129 W.T. \You.
:tt: Cooper-honot government and just for the N #of: E U,Sec ii T 4 S, R 23 E, [SEAL] STERIBURG & If
loss of than
taxation. was a revulsion] iu public sentiment more $,000 votes In other He names the following witnesses to prove hid By N. D. WAOWOHT. Deputy Clerk. TRUBY

against the force bill proper, and for woras, in the gubernatoiial election in coi.tjuqous residence upon and cultivation of ,
said land via: H. B. Hudson. Wm. Wilkeraon
1; Editor Turner, of the West Hills- these purposes the third party has 1888 the republicans polled 139.000 voles, lave Padgett, Elidba Padgett, all of Highland Notice.

Times his been ctl: cat's to rake while 1892 but Fla UEV taxes.Register. Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Circuit of the
l>oro has given up newspaper u! as a paw in they polled 75,000.-- IK State of Florida Bradford County.-ln Chancery -

.; interest and retired from republican chestnuts from the fire. Gainesville Leader Election Inspectors. :

: Journalism, He \va a good news- Cleveland's administration was the A 1' a regular meeting of the County OommisJ. N.in W tho Racket, ,of doing the Bradford business 1 1 Wholesale and Retail Dealers in1

Ia and will he much miset1by first show of \. sioi.ers of Bradford county held on the 3d name
\ 1>aper man one to any signs You may be a good democrat and defy I day of October, the following named persons County Bank.vs.. I '

the Crateruit.);. restoring harmony and confidence anyone to say otherwise. but unless you :I Were duly appointed to serve in the several I: Owen Owens. Jr., and W. C. Foreclosure :
election district in' and clerks of the of
between the sections of the country go to the polls on the eighth day of November General Elect 10 as for Presidential pectors Elector* and I Rouse and Robert T. HempMo General Merchandise '

Chairman Sparkman spoke by the since the war, and hence during his and vote for Grover Clevelandyou Congressman, "aH election to be held on the stone doing Merchants business and under Partners the-, ,

4 card when he ail Eighth day ofNovembt-r.\ D, 1833: Firm of Rouse.Hemp- .
to a great degree administration Northern capital name
will stand a mighty poor chance of DISTRICT No Inspectors; Thos J Burrin and J I 1''
the brilliant' of the democrats J P UcCutey. Lewis Futch. Clerk; E 0 HiQ. stone Co.H '
success freely flowed South and was inter FLORIDAt.
it. Tour will attest the the affldaTit of STAa :F1
proving nctiuu DISTRICT No, Inspectors: Wm J Epper being i made to appear by .01 .
in the October election was due to ested in Southern enterprises.Mr. that Tbe son W W Kelly John E Dekle. Clerk: WIt N. W.Ilackett cashier of the complainant attached .
kind of democrat
a you are. the bill of lAlD&at herein filed ; .-
Jr. to com
Edwards,
the Jocal state But the Florida Stevenson candidate for vice- Staple and Fancy.
press party needs your vote; go to the polls and DISTRICT No. Inspectors; W C Kerce. F that W. C. Roiiae and Robert T. Hempgtone. :
; ;' papers can nearly always be depended president on the democratic ticket, OLawb.OFlcLbd. Clerk: C. W.Dougtaas.Disrsjcr merchants and partners doing business under I. G rOCerleS
4 give it ch rfully. To us in the Southern No, Inspectors: C C Odom. D the firm name o: Kaue.llcuipstone& Co..arc Any conceivable article.? :
on for gcod work on the in referring to his tour of the South this J Harden. L F Gay. Clerk: A H Williams. non-residenU of the State of Florida and they
Ride of slates the success of the democracy DISTRICT No. 5.Inspectors: Thomas God. are each over the age of twcntyne years and I tr.
right question. "J found that the industries $
any recently, says!; of business is I kind of Provender .
tune means more than pen or words cau !irr. T P Register J L. Varnadore. Clerk: A : that their place of residence and Any
established by .Northern i Y orL hi the city of Baltimore. State of Maryland that I Feed
I Slann wishes the sub-treasury had describe.Leesburg Commercial.Men DISTRICT No. 6.Inspectors: N D Wain- their po-toffiw address i. Z4 and US West Baltimore Hay Stock.
President Cleveland's for Live
capital during wright. L D Wall, T A Kni ht. Clerk: It C street.Baltimore City.State of Maryland; ,
been in operation before he began administration were in a languish Heiberger. it is therefore ordered that the above named de
:f who leave the democratic DISTRICT NoIupcctors: J H Moore. Eli fen Jlnts. W. C. Rouse (and Hubert T. Hemp
the race for from which he partyJust
.:" .. congress, ing condition;, tbat the immigration Hicks M R Beailey. Clerk: Ovid Haynes.W. Stone doing business nuder tUe firm naiu-? of Goods Millinery g :
could have borrowed liberally; and of labor and investment of capital at this juncture. when it looks as. if a T. WEEKS. House, Hempsume. Co., U-and demur they are-to hereby the Dry ,
Clerk Circuit Court required to pieud answer or jfa
then by paying his way be could invited to these states by their mighty victory for the people was about bill of compliuct fiie-i in this cause on or before '* {

4 have foiled those of his opponents condition had in a large to: be secured. are certainly actuated by Notico of Election.-! the SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER.A.D.ISOi Furnishing Goods all styles sizes and pricMj?
; peaceful the same being the rule day of this court or the

: who accuse him'of traveling to his measure ceased;" and then he goeson other motives than that of patriot zm. TO counties all and of singular tic State the of Sheriffs Florida of: the several taken matters against and things them as alleged confesses in said bill will be 'C 1 o t h In gAud Can and satisfy yourself.For ..,

. appointments on free passes. to show that such a state of The government can never be wrenched KNOW YE. that I, JOHN L CRAWFORD. It Is further ordered that a COpT of this orderbe .

I affairs has been brought about by from the grasp of the money kings except Secretary of State far the State of Florida do published in the Bradford County Teltrraph. Farmers. Builders. Phosphate MIBers.ar .
give notice that aGENERAL in Brad-
hereby publist.rJ Staricr.
Take notice ami .continue a weekly newspaper "
: taking the republican party in its advocacyof through the democratic party. In other ELECTIONwill ford County. Florida once a week for four con H d ware,
\U until the 8th of November. The be held in each county in the'tate of Florida secutive weeks next preceding the afun>uiootioned also Stoves. Ranges. Cooking Utensils etc. ?|
high tariff, force bills and kindred word, themaj'inly of democrats can oa Tuesday next succeeding the First Monday in date. --.'J

chairman of the national democratic measures. never be induced cast in their lot with November.. A. I).1892. the-said Tuesday being the Done anti rendere -*>y me. this September To suit tDY taate and any pocket. Also i .
committee warns state and EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER Nineteenth A. l>. 12 W.WEEKS..
county Whilst President Harrison and his any other party, consequently no new For 4. four Pre&idrntial Electors. [SEAL] Clerk of the Circuit Court. Furniture .
committee* that the first name of understrikers have triedto For one Representative of the First congressional By N. WAIXRIOBT, Deputy Uierlc. kinds of other Houc Furnishing Good; 4
smx-eed. Barlow News.hiigaIls
must be generally party can ever district Florida iu the 53d congress of the I hereby certify that tie love is a true copyof .1' .'
presidential electors spelled be more crafty and cunning in 1& United States. the order made and filed iu my office.
: out in full on the tickets. The initials on the Force Bill. For one Representative of the Second congressional Witness my hand and seal this September 19th .
the presentation of their policy district of Florida in the 53d of .
congress 1832. W. 1' WKEW.
:f ". abreviuion of the first name some of them getting more desperate Congressman John C. Tarsney of Kansas the United Statae.IN LtF\J.] Clerk. LOWEST PRICES. j
TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have hereuntoset BEST GOODS
. '" will result in throwing out the 'ticket. City chairman of the committee on Ry N. D. WAISRIGBT.Deputr Clerk.In
___ as the canvass progresses, have my hand and affixed the Great Seal .
and let the labor of the house of representatives, and (SEAL) of the Stale or Florida at Tallahassee the County Judges Court, Bradford County A';,
become
5. Mr. Cleveland's refusal to visit : more imprudent the capital, this tht' 15th day of August State of FlorWa.
r cat out of the wallet and we see who was a gallant Union officer, wounded A. D. IXr- By the J u."t'of sail Ourt.EsercKingprwUite .
, -v 1 1t 'I last week was not at all the JOHN L. CRAWFORD.
Chicago inn.
.* result of political lie I Emory Smith, late minister to Rus. I at Gettysburg was at democratic head Aug 2C, \. Secretary of Sute. In the matter of the sujsrestion juris of iusolvt"11I."of FOR YOUR STYLISH A I TURNOUT}]

engagements. I sia,and editor of the Press, publishedin quarters in.N.w York recently and said: the estate of HenrY o'. York,deceased filed by
did
fl did not go simply because he Notice. V. T.Weeks,administrator of said 1 estate.
Philadelphia, using the following 1 have just receive! the newspapers: of \T7HEREASv W. T. W -ka. administrator of
not wish to gain auy political advantage Sunday from my home. and they give an IN Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Circuit of >V the estate of Henry F.York.late of Brad.

over an opponent who was language: account of Senator Ingalls' speech delivered .Florida Bradford County.-I u Chancery: ford county.State of Florida deceased has this SADDLE HORSES 1
s If the democrats had never been allowedto Elizabeth Lawtey day filed in my office a. suggestion of the insolvjencrof ., ;
detained}' Clrcurnstapc'es so sad as control of the state at Topeka. Kiln. last Saturday. 5. said estate.
h regain government None of the New York Eastern Erastus G. Hill. Thomas J. Burrin. lax Stern, therefore and admonish
or Tl.ese notify
papers are
which President
hose Harrison
,z k"pt of the South. Northern capital would A. Reddington. James H. Foss. Ervm |
to have extract of it. I Joseph all persons nclding claims against said estate to For Ladies' and Gentlemen's Riding
. .J; from attending the dedication exer- never have einWked in the development :\ printed an B.Whitney, David floY 1. 2d. James A. Sherman file the same in my office duly authenticated on .
cbes.I of Southern coal and iron; and the surest was particularly: !interested i in his speech .and Albert E. Miller.It or bY the 29th dav of January. A. I). 18. on <
"I _",: regarding negro domination in me bouili. being made to appear oy the affidavit or which day there will be a pro rata distribution of ac.d
this
and speediest way to put a stop to Thomas E. Bugg. coDl binant's solicitor that ,
Ingalls was always the "bloody shirt" the assets belonging to said estate, among the
competition trom men: who ate our political the above-named defendants Max Stern.JosephA.
The Florida branch of third creditors of the same.
partyites enemies as well as our commercial waver of his 'Illrl)". and uo matter what .Reddington. James H. Foss. Ervin B. Whit- Witness m v hand and seal of court this the 29th TEAMING OF ANY KIND. GO TQlJ.
are net going to .,emain out in rivals is to through and enforce may be said of him you may always admire nov. David Floyd. 2d. James A. Sherman and day of July A.D.1802. .
carry for candid. lie has Albert E. Miller are non residents of the State SEAL] WH. MAUBTES..
woods The Ingalls beintr [
the wheio they now are. measures like the Lodge election law. If of Florida and that they are each over the .
age July:9. l& County Judge.SlIerift"s
I republican subdivision will easily we can once more get them in the condition the courage of his convictions and he certainly of twenty one years and that their places of W. Alvarez & Co.'s Livery Stables.Fine
has always represented his party residence aid postofQce addresses are respt"CtC .
before 1876 won't hear Sale-
:- fall pack into the republican ranks, they were we faithfully on sectional issues. rvely as follows Max Stern resides in the cou-

and the other seek the old! democratic any more about cheap iron and cheap cot- He says regarding the South and the ty of Chatham Is state of Georgia whose post- UNDER and by virtue of an execution dated Horses Carriages and Saddles. Expert Drivers. Draft
ton goods from the South. They will office address Savannah. Georgia; Joseph A. ISth.1803,issued out of the Circuit ,
fold' : When the latter have have other things to think of. force bill: "1 affirm thai the mission of Reddington resides in the county of Ceryhaga, I Court in and for the Fourth Judicial Circuit Animals and Vehicles for any kind of Hauling.
be State of Ohio.whose postomce address i* Cleveland -:
review republicanism will never accomplished Bradford county Florida in a certain cause
time the their
to reasons of Can it longer be doubted Ohio Jarao H. Foes resides in SuffolK I
any ; therein wherein Charles Myer, Gustave
: until it is just as hr" far any public man pending GOOD STABLING AD FEED FOR YOUR IIORSES.LCHARGES.
from their county suite ot Mas-achuetts.whose postofflc ,..
temporary estrangement what the trend of Mailer and Colin II Robertson doing business
republican: policy, in it in Kansas I .
to speak Georgia a< u address is Wiothrop Massachusetts; Errin B.
under the firm name and style of Myer Muller at :1.
-J democratic brethren, they will realize ]. aided by the third party leaders, would a gre:it deal rather have uegio doininilion Whitney resides in Middlesex county state ofMassachusetts Co.. were plaintiffs and Walter Wills and Owen PROMPTATTEDANCE.SABLES '
how and misleading South the administration whose postoffice address is Somerville Owens Jr., partners doing business tinder the
:' utterly groundless means? in the than OPPOS lit Mill's mmt!
FCTOhYI-STABXL
Massachusetts; David Floyd 2d, resides firm name and style of Wills&Owens were defendants
they were.-Gainesville Sun. Men of liradfcrdj Democrats! that prevails at the present time. If in Suffolk county state of Massachusetts whose ,I have levied upon and will sell in

_ _ the republican cannot remedy this postoffice address is Winthrop. Massachusetts;
_i-. party front of the court house door In the town of
Do you love liberty? Do you love trouble in the SiuUh mid secure honest James A. Sheraan resides In Cheshire county Starke.in said county of Bradford to the high >
.
; The McKmley style of }protection this beautiful southland? Do you.love elections then it is time that it should go state of Is Keene.New Hampshire New Hampshire, whose postomce and Albert address E. est bidder on the FIRST MONDAY l IN NOVEMBER FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RftlLWl
has robbed the of A. D 1802 the same being on the seventh
$2OOOOO-
; people your women and children? out of business and permit suiuc other Miller resides In Norfolk countv. state of Massachusetts day of said month during toe legal hours of

. ; 000, since the enactment of his bill, If do turn out next Tuesdayand party to come iu.. whose postofflce address is Needham sale on that day.the following described lands .FLORIDA TRUE UN E. SHORT LINE'To :

$ in the increased cost of l living. As you This certainly shows that the force bill Massachusetts It; is therefore; ordered that the above named the same being the property of said Owen Owens. all points in South Middto and West Mobile Few Orleans t nd the So*
. vote for Cooper for congress Jr. situate lying ana being in the county of Direct connections to all points Northwest andNort ea8S. Elegant new eoacm*.*.: _
is being urged f1lr" reason of republican defendant Max Stern Joseph A.Reddington <
the Times sa8 there Bradford.State of Florida described at follows
Philadelphia ; for Boote from &&to Cincinnati without change of sleeper.
.t ? and for Cleveland president anti success in the West. I dou't see how the Jamm H. Foss Erin B. Whitney David Fiord to-wit: The northeast quarter of the southwest via 1l0DticeUo and Thom<Tille. ktf'
is na escape for the American people try to save this country as a rich republicans can dny any longer that they ad, James A. Sherman and Albert E. Millerbe quarter of Section Ten hi Township Seven south TIMK CAHP in e ITe t June 12,1892. .>'.'
and they and each of them are hereby
S for the systematic and heartless oppressions heritage for thosrt who are to come are making any show of it, I required to plead.answer or demur to the bill of of acres Range more Twenty-one or less. Terms east..containing cash purchaser forty 3 I 7 530UTHKRN DIV' .$ 8 I of 19 I 2VESTKKN I IolI I I -

of these monopoly combines after and ask complaint filed iu this cause on or before the paying for titles. P. S CREWS. 51iO P It 10 a Lv Fernaodina Ar 350 P 015 a ?lU P V'i 011 a Ly Jacksonville Ar 83Qf 1J
but in overthrowing the whole you; your neighbors A narrow escape from drowning occurred Fifth day of December,A.D.1882orthell3.id Sheriff of Bradford County. Florida. 7 18 p 11 2S a LT Callahan Ar 2S5p 730a 840p 735aLT, Baldwin LT 7UpIT84Up111aLv
: to turn out and vote with you. to bill will be taken as confessed against By H. N. RICIUUD Deputy Sht.tr.Sept. Jacksonville AT 230p SIlOs 112T a 853aAr lake City LT S31p935pU"9pLT
system of excessive tariff taxes, and the end that the conservative forces on the river yesterday. Mr. Oscar them.ltiafurtherou'deredthstacopy z\; Baldwin Lr 14Sp 5.afttarke I41 a 944 air Lire Oak LT B_faArSnwanneeSpesLv
of this orderbe "'
limiting our tariff policv to the legitimate of this great government of ours Stewart mid his sister. Miss Mary, son und published in the Bradford County :.. laI:1.Notire.; UlTp 223pArIWa UTpAr1224ft Hawthorne LT LvllSOa 11 47 a 8 431 23 a a ilaI040aAr Madison Lr 4 alp-.II430all53pAr

of all the daughter ''of Circuit Court Clerk A. A. a weekly newspaper published In Starke Brad 251pAr Citra LvllOla 844 a MontictUo LT 3.p'41
; protection great may be preserved, and equal and ford CouIII)'.Florida once a week for four consecutive HTX Nancy Andrew wife of W. H.Andrew. 331 pAr Silver Springs I.T 930 a li10a 45pAr Tallahassee LTl45p 5 l
; & industrial interests of tbe republic. exact justice meted out to the different Stewart. who had been visiting their uncK' weeks preceding the date above men A and H.T. Whitehead.and Rebecca Taylor. 2 14 a 344pAr7BpAr (Ocala Lvl014a 143s 743a 543pAr Quincy LTlJ<7. II
tioned. Done and ordered by me this Jtth day of wife of B.I and Laura lll6ipllVpAr
Taylor L. Whitehend of I Homo Ly 7 00 aLeeeburx boa 45OpArRI'rerJnzetknLv12CSP500a
S- Gainesville Sun. and aunt at Souh: Kockledge. started in October. A. U. 1&92. W. T. WEEKS.SEALJ .
! sections of the country and to Bradford county.State of Florida,and all otbeis SllpAr L. 8Ua1030p ( 1'ensacoU Lv'.a 112COaAr
. their yacht fur hftme.11 went well unti- [ Clerk Circuit Court who may bo lutsrc-ted: 5 4.%a 540 pAr Tavares Lv 814a 910p Mobile LT .110* J. .
-q individuals in all sections of the N. D. .
; ,' The murder Express'Messenger opposile Addis point whoa a wlnrll By hereby WAIKRIOBT.certify that Deputy the above Clerk.I and foregoing Wht" a.". Win.Tisoiu and John R.Whitehead 809a 8 36 p Ar Apopka Lv 723 a ISSpIfaAr Orleans Lv 88DIMOaAr "' ,.+
admi istrators of the estate of Wm. R. White- 930 LT 1* '
Orlando
a TlOpAr330a LT 7 00 a S15n St.Louis t I.
\ Saunders at Monroe, Fla., ast country. wind struck the vncbt. and over she went. is a true aDd correct copy of the original. orderof nead. deceased have made application to me I 443 pLv315a Wildwood Lv 0 08 a 12 30 p 4-t1 p Ar (hi pL" 2118 '' ,;
S She did not sink. so Mr. Stewart eventually publication in said cause &II s now on for an order to sell the following described land, !
615pAr6SOa DtdeCitT Lv 731 1030
a .
p o'EI' AN.uA '
i is fresh in AND ClJjB1\.RLA.'
} spring the minds of the file u. my office. W.T.WEEKS
THE U. S. SENATORSHIP.MACCLEKJ managed to her into shallow situated in said courty<>f Bradford and State of! TlflpAr Plant City Lv
"t. people of this section. Two occurrences >T, Nov. 1. 18.I 2. water. where she was get ri Jlcll. The occu By[SEAL N. D.]WAISBIOHT.D.C. Clerk Circuit Court. Florida.and Itelonfring to the estate of said Wm I 750a 820pAr Tampa., LT 630..911pIi 9 30 ft 810 p J 1 ICO t ___ I *1L.V
R. Whitehead Jeces.ssd.for tM of distribution I
purpose 2 COp Ar Waldo Lv 11 -I'a 4aOp"0SOaLT Jacksonville .A.r'l5&jplllCaAr P
'fir of recent date bring the mat will say through the Sentinel that as pants then_started for Titusville. and arrived among the above named parties who 2pAr Gainesville LT 1112 a Frrnamltaa Ly l* pSSOpAr .'

I ; .: terheforthe public again. Futch there is to be a United Slates senator without further mishap none Hit Notice.Six are heirs-at-lav said decedant.and for the ,- 620 pAr Cedar Key .LT ISO a Brunswick LvBOOa:4I "

' '. and Floyd, the two murderers who elected by the next legislature it is necessary worse for their impromptu baptism -Indian months after date I will present my ac- purpose. to-wit of paying:i The the northeast expenses of this administration of the I I Trains on Southern division leave Archer daily except Sunday a* 3:10 p,m. for' WfflW*

for him to be an able, energetic River Advocate, 21st couiits and vouchers to the Hon Wm. F. Mal southeast quarter of section thirty-are (35). I I Early Bird and Eagle Mine;k-aTe Eagle mine daily except Sunday at 4 JO a.m.for Al *iM
f S t. were captured alive and have: since worker. and at the same time be a man phurv, county jude in and for the county of township four,south of range twenty-one; and I I intermediate dolats. Train leaves Oviedo and Winter Park daily except Sunday. Leaves 01
; l t'l't'1\ routined in the Orange Bradford and state of Florida as administratorof the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of also daily,at 8 30 a ro: Winter Park at 8 37 a m.arriving at Orlando 9am;leaves Orlando tut'
.\ county who is identified with the interests of the The Saturday BladeIs the estate of John W. Bu"bnt-II. deceased. for section twenty-five OS), townahjp four south p m. arrtTirjf Winteri'ark 3 23 pmOviedo Ip m. -L' -'
: j jail, made their escape last Monday people and who knows their every want. the greatest newshaper wonder of the final trotr said settlement. and ask for a final discharge range twenty-one east; and the southwest quarter I I Pullman sleeper for Cincinnati and Tampaand JackgoarBJe and Tampa and Jack s i

:;,. : ;i i;ht and are still at large. AnoJieYwl To get a man of that kind we must exam. age. It is four years oM and has a circulation ; .itnlnlstmtiou.A. W. RIDDLE of the southwest quarter of section thirty I I and New Orleans. VI "r
(30),township four south of range twenty-two I I Trains on th"Feraaodtoa end CumberUDd root tear JnetoonTilla aDd FentaBttM
fact connected ine them by their past records and I will of over a quarter million copies a May 2?.1833.-6m Administrator. halt I iII
; mere pleasant east; and the west of the southeast quarterof I except Sunday. Connects at Fernandina for Dangrnnefs. emu berland island Jekyl
.r will tho is that the suggest he name of Hon. J. L:Gaskins. week. The latest sensations and the most IT Y..1fa4fa.- the southeast quarter of section thirty-four I I Brunswick, forming the Cumberland route and making connections for Macon.Atlanta *"
1 case express of Bradford, as one of tbe best men in marvelous evcnjs are written up in (hi: 11, e. mA-Ji ..=,. 7..r township four south of range twenty-one oa.t. I I noop ar>d northern and western point. Si nday train leaves Jacksonville 8}0 a m.makes
company ha j just donated Si I,000 to this state for that position. as his record in best and fullv illustrated. i. .. bi..N These are.therefore to notify and admonish all I land route connection. Leave Femandina 5 p m. arrives SacksonTlUeU 15 p m. Pullman I "
style MihscriptionK Y.- alt.W'IU interested to come forward and show I cars Brunswick to Atlanta and Cincinnati
= a persons Atlanta. and Nashville. .
the support and) education of the the legislature for the past seventeen or received at $2 per year. $' for six ?i:=. cause rf any they have oa the 30th day of No For Information see local agent Ticket office 88 W. Bay street conwr Hopan Depo fc *J

t-S young sisters of Messenger Saunilerx eighteen years shows that he knows our months or 50 cents for three months. t1 MO TJBttTlTUTJb' vember. A wants. lie has been the advocate Starke, in said county of Bradford,at 10 otelock N. s.
always PESSI5GTON. Trade 3I
inducements
Green Cove Special to clubs. Send' for mairer. ,'i'SUM.MER
Sprimig.S a. m..or said order of sale will be granted; provided
S fir our ciuse and defender of our rights. free specimen copies. Doya everywhereare this notice be published hi the Bradford

Yours respectfully making big money selling the Blade County &.' a weekly newspaper pub
I The extent to which the political Cm&EH OF BAKER COUXTT. oa the streets. Write for particulars. lished hi the town of Starke.in said county of SATES f

t contortions of the Haskin crowd have We do not know a man in the slate who Address the publisher. D. Boyce. 113. Biodford.to said at least date. four consecutive weeks previous fo

I demoralized that worthy order, the stands any chance of being elected whomwe 115 and 117 Fifth avenue. Chicago. 4tI Witness my hand and seal of said court at

}'aI niers' Alliance, i is indicated by could more conscientiously and heart Starke Fla,this 27th day of WM.ctober.F. MALTBTRB.A.D.ISSri TilE 6EOK6IA SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA B. R. .IIO.P.'

S the li'ghly instructive data given by ily support for the position of United (SEAL) County Judge. paring rates for the travel out of Florida to all summer resorts !1,.

Slates Ettialor than Dr. Gaskins. He en- will shprtly be placed on ale. .A

the Times-Union. Three short year Joys the implicit confidence of bis constituency Commissioner's Sale. This line is the shortest and fastest out of the Wf
ago a membership of some 20,000was and of all those who his intimate Florida carrying
'S enjoy virtUe of
order 'A-
maoJe
By aa by the Hon WIlL India mail to all
S claimed for the order. Two acquaintance. lie is a man who 1" 1talphws.county judge hi aDd for Bra.t. points west and northwest.' Trains arrive and' _

year )later its strength had dwindled always bus and always will make his ford co\ttttI.Statlt of l1oridA.dated Augst 29th. from union depot in Palatfca and ISIacon. Connection made witttwin

down to 5,000, ;and fiom the attendance mark in legislative circles wherever circumstances 1SOJ, appoiatipg to sell the following tne the real undersigned estate ooirmtssioner situated- Macon with the vretibulo limited for the Carolinas, Virginia |-!<

; place him and as a solid in thecnu..ty Bradford and State of Florida east and with
through:sleeping car lines for in Tennessee
at the state here this resorts :;. VI .
: meeting substantial reliable] man. the people can belonging to the estate of C H.Hall deceased, I

;. week, the organization has evidently place implicit confidence in him. We are of described the northwest as fellows quarter: The ectioa southwest fight, tovosiup quarter .I: tnckv and all points north and northwest. Sleeping cars between p .

S\ come dangerously near vanishing aware that no one but a dcmocrat am be I six soi-th,or range t WeL Iyt..o east contaiuiui and Mat-on. Trains leave a follows: Palatka 5 40 a. m. and 8 *.,.._

; : point. From 300 delegates in 1889 chosen the best to man the position.wo c-in and place as our such choice he is forty order acres I will more sell the or aforesaid les*. Now real by estate virtueof at public sai.l Hampiou' Q 31 a. ra. and 9.37 p.m., Lake City, & 03 a. m. and r,53 P.,.,

to 15 or so in '92 is a long jump, and -Macclenuy Sentinel. outcry in front of the court house door In the A. KNAPP Traffic Manwr.. .UIES 1TIENZIF9, :
upon. W. L DOUGLAS town of:Starke. the sail countof Bradford.
;4 it is one no such order can with The above from sister between the I legal I bourn of sale on the -

safety take.-Pensacola News. Baker, is very gratifying our county and is, S3 SHOE CEJ &E" the sarae*tret being Monday the in 3d October., day of IiII.id A.D.month%&*. and a ScitatiCo bwIcuw G. W. YounI

f -q fully appreciated by the doctor's I 4KI"G TK BEST SHOE BIBS WOB1 ThE. legal sale day. Said real estattwM for paynvnt
of
L Harrison's Wrath. A 8' .d1'fJI.be debts. Terms cash purchaser.paying fur
: friends in his home county. There .SMwe4I -:1.' 5412b5.. more title. 1* B. lWoDu. BUCKSffWOODWORKED
The course of GClrgilglling so overwhelmingly 8IIoenw Sept, 18JB Commissioner. GENERAL
E democratic didn't could not be a more deserving nor a =* 4 The above sate is postponed nnttt the first ,.I'T,

seem to better qualified man found in all the POWDER '.' au. is Uand-awed.5nees2rss. 'Tb.aomitylmi I Monday|i.n November the same b ina the Seventh -ANDV'V ;.
lave wholesome day of said month. L. B. ,_ .
s4 a very or placating effect ,eeq and durable lboea wllDl4 RHODES.
state of Florida for United States It_ 'I1IC7equaa.Gu1lt1pQd._ _.._- Commissioner. "
.cn Prcsxl&nt Harrison lie is reported as .t f.11 .
senator than Dr. J. L. Gaskins. Absolutely Pure.
.
Bk. ,
.3.ao..1Iee I worn by Carman "alL Notice of Dissolution.
.tamug want s rood bMTy calf tttM I

t "'I.have washcd'ray hands of tho.South. Governor Fleming has returnedthe A cream ef Urt r bakiog powder. Highest of = ; ae4aaabog.ea IoM4w111 rJ"O THOSE whom tt may eoicesj: The firm W\t-' I Is located at the old 'iosJao .

an in Inarealng Mioaglh.-Lateit U. S Govern H.,.C..lf si.z ml"W". A of R M..'Wuham: & Co.have this day by is prepared to cwke or repair all .'
)t js land of rcliels' and traitors "
S ,: a who care $1OOU contributed by the merchants t+tfod Report. .2..'.Shoes win tjje man weat fcr tba- mutual consent.been dissolved.Mr. R 31. Wil tin wood-woik. He 11
i pothing! for tbe sanctity of the ballot and RoYAL POWDER Co.:. 106 WaU St. X. -- tMaU7..u. may art mada for. 'llama having bought out J. F. Bunch's interest t iron or '
and citizens of St. BAKIXQ Y.I .
Augustineto ft& : and
; ftel ..aucs abow that .. 'P'I assumiag all liabilities of said firm. .Those I fWi._ you a wilson or repaIr yoar'make .
? : l;rill ale.vcr"in favor of making an tbe encampment fund, as the state ElecUolhI I. :I who who owe the firm will settle with R.M.Williams I \1.- _.tIefcN you a plow oTr repair JuU
will
Boys It continue
= I.\.t the
j .active campaign down there until we elm furnished siUScient money to defray Notice of Town. : firm name of K. 31. WilJian business& Co.under,while the. Mr.same.J. I I lDtbi shoe your horse or sell. 'ro1.1.5'A .. _

at the ''x' -all I I citijtens NOTICE is hereby fyeu that an election will Lacli 4 F. Bunch gr>cs out of said business cIutifk rmotor'. -
place bayonets polls. As the .
am now and : iiL
expenses. iq the town of Stark,Hra '4 'inorc,.than ever:'in ,favor of ramming a .merchant* anj all well pleased with county State of FlorH.on Saturday-the..17thd I .-_- : .- : 3tr.-Frmer W1Ad-5LU. '

force bill down their throats." the results of the it &y.For of December.Mayor. D. WW- .. .I Notice to Debtors and Creditors out al about tWs :baLW !? .
encampment; is a WCIW."Ko be-u-'ed for any purpose .
Southerners For* Mwshrf ,. ... ._. ...1.... .1Ii : fe hereby gives that all 'Wi .' .'
: :xrill be rather surprised at quite likely ,that.jxearly, evei /subscriber For a Cterfc. : -. NOTICE the estate of Charles persons inI I : t1.II can,be Put lo." WM'IO !
S .. Bailer. I: ".. abmitV1t..ft_ .
"
ibIs ouiimrst on the part of the president will be willing for ,the total For a Treasurer. '' -,1. _.'t.rJ I deceasetL late of La\\"t4). Bradford cow. ..1mmmmutninf VQrt C1&1J.Hndko lO'-I\ .
For Tax Accessor. T .. ..py.the sam& to tbenndenW.1 I bike. Wngon !oml ofone. "-1 J'It V
tf peci"lly.wben lie 11108 been told often amount to be divided! equally between .. '
.S& so For three Aldermen.Iu .1 c.s without -'.and all persons having claims I Ripans wortk a.btgP'.i:
Tubules banish but
..... U is :. "
1- : ain .
witness whereof hereunto Mtlnrh&ndan4 = against .
the said
that the South was democratic Guards and Rifles 'as both estate must present them Only I '* .
so solidly c. affix the aeal of said town this 3rd of -Ripans VOl_.!. .V .- "
day authenticated within two ,
w. this Itbtlleaassh't .
or :
Risckig Me-. Sold years notice
'
diu ti
ami-! would military companies in need of.money. \ovember. D.t89 will be <* )iwSi0
never be any other, are A. 1JTi. I .plead in bar of their recovery. :
-. 'W'Y'-"I' Coicsa'. Prxx. I 1 V V **** GEO W. ToUNG-
jbn3.' Herald' .-; -St, Augnstine News I 3oT.4th.td JUyor ot Surke. HODGES Oct.ho2mca 4lE3 E-&Executrix."Juunr. itipans !***curo'constipation. ; .
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cy 4A: :T." A. KNIGHT: .. '. '.-.. '.' "senators I'r mMeet\,. Taursdar nlghlbefore the tblrd: .
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list
... ; < _-. :-.. The following; A __ k ftandar In each rapHUBs.w.K.
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; .r and members of jlhe house of icprewitalives. .
f" .. -Jx. !I.mraJ1BT.Sec.
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}t'I' DEALER IN ,.,:-' ... .. who will wrve at the next 1If" I'j :
{I ,i/l8hionable' Millinery ar4ny Goods : 4 r., -r--\ :;..-l. \ .'-"-.1 of tile legislature.. AH the !sent M fn-m *'. 'I.o.o.F-n2guia. ;
Laces, Ribbons and Veilingsf Silk Balls Tassels and Appliques Sleigh and Lib'ii' -. I meeting every TuHday
; the (.ven-oumbr'tfdistric; hold over: night in their haD. Tr n-

t "ils' Embroidery, Knitting and Wash Silks, Tinsel Balls, etc.; Felts ahd: Plushes,' Silk and Wool-Shawls; childrens' and .".. :SEN.\TK. .: rieat laviced.brothers J.UOLO cordially,
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Undervests and The District-Claas..J Pmenot.2isd N.(1.
HOBle.ry. largest line of children's Hose in the city. Finest line! of DressGoods, Buttons and \ 1st District- 3. Emmett Wcff.! 1'.j.J1Xt.Ds,Sec. _

:: ngs ever brought thIs martet.; Nice assortment 3d District-H..Hatche
of Dress and Trimming Silks, Hamburg and Linen Embroideries, ladiesra11d 4th District-JoUnY.: McKinne. E. L. STEWART, M. D.Offlc ..

} i: gentlemen Shoes; boys cheap Clothing, gentlemen's Overshirts Laundried and Unlaundried. Linen S irt8. Stock of 51 h District-J. E. Grady.6th I' w* vith.

;; Domatm complete. LOU Ona.examine. for yourselves, as space and timewill! : ,not permit further enumeration. 7th District District--Jias.Wm.E.H.Broome.Reynolds. .

i Sth District-Fred T. .Myers9th Starve Drug Company.
T. .A. :"KN'IGET: : A. M- Villkrnsou.10th .
Cor. Call and Walnut 81.., Starke ..a. District- W\dMwllrth. mstr-
a District-B.-D.

; BRADFORD- CO'DHJ TELEGRAPH ,. Don't fail to vote.M The upper departments of the M. C. L. Says. ''11th 12th Distnct-tJ.District-:*!. J.D...JoILusnn.1Sth.DiatrktRobert Wall.Morrow.. TATE POWELL, M. D.,

Institute have been into Well, the of 18W3 is N. J JONES.
The school board meets next Mon. organized a campaign drawing 14th Ulstrict-JobD: F. Byn.15th PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Ofllee
4 day. literary society, holding weekly to A close and this is my last campaign DUtricHM McKinnev.16th .
NOT. 1892.
Starke. Fla., meetings on Friday aftt
The county commissioners meet citizens are invited to attend them. the organized democracy to regret. and 17th District-A*. W. McLaren, at Caaklns Drag Store
:::
I' Local affairs. Monday. forward 25 Years Behind the Counter. 18th District-Q.'J.; H. Summer STARKE FLORIDA
,_ _ Miss Nellie Roberts, of White looking everything seems bright.To -19th District-!;!!. R Marks. mjlStf
I .Ladiess is those who have taken an active part in 20th District-W.: J. Borden.
inferior flour when riding becoming quite Springs arrrived Tuesday to take
Why buy youcan the battle District-Newton A. BUtch. COMER L PEEKATI'ORNEY.ATLAW
- popular it is a pleasure to know that 21st
get Sweet Home at the same again. charge of the department. of musicin 22nd Bistrtet-W. C. Thomas. mad IfOTABYud
although the has been hot and
fighting
I Starke Institute. Miss Robertshas '
& Richard. AGVams.
Heiberger Walter 23d District-A. St-Clnir -
price at Wills is having his store heavy all along the lines it has been conducted : '
formerly taught music in the Shoes Ladies' Hats 24th District-iJeoVnton B. Browne. Fir Insurance.
black silk Clothing
lineofladies'
umbrellas papered and painted. '
Our _
on both sides in Weeks.
be Jasper Normal school, also at Barnes a gentlemanly 2.tb flistrIct-AIonz'i tepfesentft LIVERPOOL ft LONDON GLOBE,
cannot surpassed. No man's 26th! Dtatrict-Benl.. P. Clhi up. PBOVIDENCK WASHINGTON, GREENWICH.
manner. private character has
Truby Sternburg & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wills spent yule, Ga., and comes highly recom Trimmed and Untrimmed 27""h Diltrkt: .--*. W. Whidden. SECURITY and HARTFORD Fire Insurance
last Sundyat.Waldo. mended. been assailed; in fact, personalities have Wra. H. Bristol. Companies. Choice lots of Land in town anelCQuo'y
District-
AU kinds of hauling done promptly -., been studiously avoided by all. Of course 28lh 29th District'-::Frederic A..Fleml n. for sale. _

at J. 'V. Alvarez & Co.'s stables. Dr.,Cloud, ,of No wnansville, spent On Tuesday the 22d of this in all political contests we will say and do Thomson Glove-Fitting Corsets 30th Ulstr1ct-F. B. Genovar. STARKE Jaemf FLORIDA.

Send your Jacksonville consign- some time in the city last week. month, the S. L. I. A. will hold a some things! that the other fellow does 81st District-J.. Roseborough.

ments to the Florida Producer'sand Mrs. fair in the Hemmingway building, not like. but in H good-natured contest, as DRY GOODS! THE HOUSE OJ' REPRESENTATIVES.AlrtChua Frazee & Hall
W. E.; Duncan
I left at which time will have for
Consumers Exchange. tf Thursday they this has been. it all ends at the polls. -John B. Dell. J. H. Kelly.
on a visit to her parents at Lloyd. sale all kinds of fancy articles made Some of third friends diehard Baker-Daniel II. Rowe An'ys.and Counsellors .at Law,
headquarters -
Don't forget that we are our party
for James Means' shoes. Mr. J. W. Hodges is having some the by their own dainty will hands.sell In ; some of them say that Ihey have DRY GOODS! BrPTard BnwfonJ-J.-Henry L. Gaskins S. Parker., E. P.- Ward. ROOM.NO. I"IONES" BLOCK.

Truby, Sternburg & Co. lettering done on his show windows.Mr. evening they oysters sworn eternal enmity to the democratic Calhoun- STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA.And .
and
other delicacies of the
season. party, and as they see uo chance for Citrus-Thoa.J. Cockrnn. Downey Bulld'g.. cor. Third and .
tried Sweet Home flour?
Have you F. C.'Haislop has As the ladies spend all their M. Priwt. .
gone on a money Weaver Clay-Uharleaf Ctnttrstrs.. Fernandina, Fla.
they intend to vote for Harrison.To .
The sales are increasing every day. visit to his father in North Carolina. I for public improvements they shouldbe N. J. Jones' big Columbia-Aberry M. Sirens, Augustus jylT
The best trade uees it. For sale by liberally patronized by all with- all such I say, go it straight boys; L. Goodbread..

Heiberger & Richard. Mr. J. W. Hicks has'fitted np his out distinction. don't dodge behind the third party name- 1)ade- 'W.'H..RIVERSDE .
residence on Madison street it iA all the same anyway-so be a man stock is in consist- Deboto-A. W. Gilchrlst.Duval :. '
School books and stationery-new very -Duncan Fletcher. James E.
Try SLACK-DRAUGHT tea for DytpepcUuTo -
and vote it straight. Others-tne weaker
Pro's. nicely. LER IN-
lock-at Morgan Pickett.
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brethren-are still following the leaders Escambia-A. C. Berry. J. B. Vaughn.
Watch Honest Democrats.Our of
Ask IXTWebb for cards, stencils More ing everything
cotton is into
coming market not knowing or caring for the conse Franklin-J. R.Blacker.
the
l'' etc., of the Florida Producer andconsumers' every day.and the price is crawl- courts have appointed following quences. They are like the fellow who .. Od.den-W'ilIam B. Foreman Oliver GENERAL MERCHANDISE
I Exchange. tf persona to serve as supervisors of the B. Hall. 5;
ng up. _ undertook to bieak the yearling, and, to that his customers .'F. ,,,,:.
I Job printing of all kinds at theTELEGRLFIoffice. national election next Tuesday. Their I Hamilton-John L. Morgan, John S. -;. r".. '
Capt. R. C. Heiberger spent last duty will be to watch for fraud, briberyor make sure that he did not get away, tied Johnson. ; DRY GOODS, '
in Green the rope around his waist. The breaking Hernando-W. S. Jennings. I ':, .
Sunday Cove
Spring with intimidation and report same to the
want. Useless to .
i N. J. Jones has 800 Crosby cemetcrylotsforsale. relatives. United States courts, from which their process angered the yearling..* and he Jones.Hillsboro-Cclfrey t L. Wilder. Geo. L. i, NOTIONS, -'

j appointments are received. For Bradford struck n straight shoot for the swamp. lIolmes-Luci.us- ; J. Keeves .

I Wnte to the P. & C. Exchange, Dr. J. A. Simmons of Fernan- county they are as follows: The poor fellow only hit the ground in tell you what all Jackson-William J. Daniel, Cader A. I LOOTS, *;. rf. ;;' .
for market before dma, is in ,the city this week with I the
i Jacksonville, prices No. 1. Arifel Crosby, Lawtey: No 2. high places. In their mal career they Lee. :'

;f you ship elsewhere. tf his parents.Mr. M. J. Smith, Lake Butler; No 3, E. W. passed a neighbor, who yelled: "Where sells Jefferson-J. S. Denham Thomas L. SHOES and .

.I We make returns on day of sale. and Mrs. Hainsworth, of New- Thomas, Palastine; No. 4. H. G. Mizcll, are you going, John?" "Durned if I he ,. you all Clark.LaFayette-William T. Dees.

:;. FL P. & C. Exchange, Jacksonville.tf nansville, spent last week with Mrs.J. Pine Providence Hill; No.: No.5 6, J.,W.D.Sydbotcn.W. Pinholster Starke,; know," he replied as he sailed through Like....T. A..Poole. T. J..Hooks.. GROCERIES.Starke .

" M. Blitch. the air, "ask the bull.*' know. When this Lee-F. A. Hendry. _
DJ.
_ _ No.7, Byrd. Hampton. :
; I: bear of number of who Leon-D. WJ Ownn. W. A. Rawls.
: ONE MILLION BOXES of oranges quite a men
:Fla.
Bradford's Schools.We Levy-Wm. D. Finlayson.
:;: wanted by Burton K. Barrs, James McD. Bennett, a Bradford oted the third party ticket in the state Liberty-F. A.. Jacksoo. :
;! Jacksonville. county boy is attending school at are under obligations to 3Iaj. Jos. election. who cnn now see their error and enterprising mer- Madison-A. )i; Alichelsoo. W. W.

berries Jonesboro, Ga. L. Hill, our popular county superintendent will be found at their old posts of duty io Campbell. BRVGSTORE.
, Peachesrapes, vegetables -
; of schools. for the following synopsisof lanat.ee-James Layne.
j' etc., and oranges in season. Mr. J. G. Alvarez has just put upa his annual school report. The showingis November. Uow any man who has the chant justly says Marion-Henry W. Long. George G.tIatthews .

f i tf P. &; C. Ex., Jacksonville. rice mill and it is turning out good and there is quite an increase over good of his country at heart can for a sinjle Jr.MonroeA.. > _

i f 'The TELEGRAPH will be sent to some very fine work. moment hesitate in a choice between E. Dobargnes. William.
last year. This report will be valuable to his is the Bethel. S
i the demagogue, Mann and the true and .
, any address for *1 year._ Three different horses have been file away for compaison next year: tried Col. Cooper, is Nassau-G. L. Baltzell. B. G. Dyal.
J patriot beyond
, No trouble to Whole number of achools...... ,.... 51 my Orange-T. W. Shine., Gco. M. Nolan.
get your money snake bitten during the last three White schools...........'..,......... 42 comprehension, but "sich is life." Thereis Osccola--Joseph S. Oliver.
; when deal with the P. & C. Ex ........ ....
: you! weeks in and near Starke. Colored schools. ..... 0 one consolation, there are but few in LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE Pasco-John>B. Johnston.
Total number on register .............. 2,400 .
i.i.change.. _ tf White children....................... 2,035 this country to follow the fortunes of the Polk-W. Jordan Durance. Hardy F.
Mr. J. S. Wynns has been appointed Colored children '".............. 425 'orlner.Patnam.
Fine horses and carriages at JV marshal in the Average daily attendance........... 1,840 gentleman of Ohio.
night place of In this -John H. Hasp. John P. Wall.
1 Alvarez & Co. Total number teachers........... .... Cl There is little bird .
Mr. W. C. Powell, resigned. Assessed value of property in county, a dicky whisperIngIt tit.: Johns-B. H. Floyd. L.Zi1I\
r r J W Hodges has a large stock of personal and real...._...............$1.499,301.00! around that the third party people are Santa Rosa-E. V. McCaskill, John J. L.
Number of mills assessed..... ........ 5 GASKINS
Mr. A. E. Moitt ? Rourke.
; clothing that be is bound to sell. paid Tampa a Amount school tax raised this year.. $ 8,375.82 wearing to get even with some good place he backs up .
Nelson.
Sumter IN
-George DEALER
visit last week but has decided not Amount rec'd from common uchool
Call and see it. fund....... ............ .......... 573.40 democrats at the next primary election for Suwanee-John O. Ross. Robt. A. Reid.
to remove to that place yet. Amount received from the 1 mill county commissioners. Now, I should P. Hamilton. Drugs & Medicines
:; If you are due anything on your state tax.............._.............. 1410.00 his assertion with Taylor-Thompson
like to know how in the name of General Volusia! -J. E. Alexander Thomas Un- Starke Fla.
the TELEGRAPH Mrs. Joiner, of Americas Ga. Value of school property. ........... 10 600.00 .
subscription to we Value of school furniture............ 1,760.00 derbill.
I' will take oats, corn, fodder, potatoes mother of Mr. \V. H. Rivers and Salary of teachers..................'... 9,649.50 Jackson they are going to do anything Wakulla-Nat R Walker. Physicians' Prescriptions
f chickens, or anything else Mr. R. R. Joiner, is visiting in this Salary of superintendent..420.00Am't when they are not entitled to a vole. If I several good and Walton-John L. McKinnon. Canfu I Compounded a Juntrt-daq or
eggs paid board public instruction. ItO.OO
; want to turn off and allow full city. Incidental expenses.................... 350.00 understand it, the, primaries are held for Washington-Walter R. Guinea. nzght
ypu _ _ i ..
the purpose of allowing the sttaightout
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f market price. tfA Fine fat black bass HeElfe WINE OF CAHPUI for female diseases. substantial
ale being rea-
democrats to recommend five straightout The Chicago LedgerIs U.D. MINERWatchmaker :

, full line of James Means cel- caught in Kingsley lake now. Sunday School Convention.The democrats to a straightout democratic twenty years old and has a circulationof

tbrated. shoes for men and boys at Kingsley always comes in for its Sunday school and mission conven- governor for appointment. Itis strictly a 140,000 copies a week. It is a cornbined .,.
- share of good things. sons. S story and family paper, fully up to
Truby, Sternburg & Co. tion of the Santa Fe River Baptist Association democratic family affair, and the third he times in every particular. and hand

1; FOR SALE-One Herring fire-proof Mrs. Charles Armstrong, who has met in the Baptist church in this partyites have no more to do with it than somely iilustiated. There is a Fashion and

. safe. ApBiy to Mrs. .M. A. Read, been visiting her mother Mrs. town on Saturday last, and organized'for the straighout republicans.It First of all, he has served department, and either also of a which Young alone People's is
department
Burriij!'House,.Lawtey, Fla.ij i Mudge, returned to her home at : business. is true, we invite them to come back worth the subscription price of $2 per .

: Hampton on Monday. The reports from the different Sunday Into the part lank?. but they must comeas behind the dry goods counter year, fl for six months, or 00 cents'or
i ;-line){! of medium and fine schools were encouraging; and interest in privates and in the rear ranks, and not three mouths. Send for free Jeweler. ,;

i I livery complete, and all Marshal J. H. Dean left last weekon I the cause was evinced in the number of ad officers and dictators. They must take specimen copies and inducements for
we aik is that give us a look a 'tcada 8' :vist to South Carolina for 25 years, and is concededto clubs. Boys and girls everywhere are
you :. delegates present. As it was the close of a two years' probation before they can be
*before buy. Our are Mr. L. D. Wall is acting mar- making money selling.the Ledger to regu- S-tarke 'FIa
. yon prices the year's work, officers for the ensuing fully recognized as true and loyal demo- lar customers. Wnte for particulars.
shal his
absence.
right and quality superior. : during year were elected, and the annual report crats. be the keenest buyer that Address the publisher. W. D. Boyce. 113.

Tnrt>y, Sternburg & Co. Mrs. McCormick returned to her on collections missions' showed very And now, as good democrats, let us 115 and 117 Fifth! avenue Chicago.It

In dress trimmings we have everything borne at Gainesville last Sunday, gratifying results. The program for discussion turn out, every man, to the polls on Tuesday goes to. the market. WORLD'S FAIR ALBUMS Largest Assortment of

that is new and stylish. after spending short time with her of subjects selected for the occasion : next and give Col. Cooper such a -

Truby, Sternburg & Co. daughter, Mrs. W, Ellery Davis.A presented questions of interest which I majority that when night draws her sable Second. His long experience Given the Away"WorKTs by the Fair C.Route"H. & D., Watches, Clocks and

were discussed in an entertaining and n,an tie 'round her on November 8th, the
For ladies' fashionable colored brakeman on the night i From Cincinnati.A .
4- go to T. Knigbt.' millinery" freight on 'l'oesday'night was badly instructive way. The Sunday school bird pirty will be a thing of the past. So in the business gives him a magnificent album of World's Fair Jewelry,,

injured while shifting cars at the mass meeting on Sunday morning) was mote it be. VIRWS has been publithed by- the C., U. &

Largest line and the cheapest well attended, and lively and spirited Here is a farewell for Mann: D.. which will be sent to any address on
He attended to Dr. .
was by
J. ribbons can be seen at depot.Powell. short speeches were made, with a view of The Mann from Ohio came tripping down, superior]knowledge of what the receipt of 10 cents in stamps. The Cincinnati Special attention given to the ,re-
And he came by the way of Hernando; Hamilton and Dayton in connection :
.r 'f. A._Knight's.Best enlisting greater participation in the objects lIe thought to Congress he'd go with the Monon Route is the only pairing of Clocks and .Watches. '
Mr. E. G. Hill of ,Lawtey memo ,trade needs and where and
J: of the convention and wider fields But the people say no, line running Pullman perfected safety '
Good work done reasonable
assortment of children's hosein ber of the congressional committee, for its labors. You'd better stay home With Alonro. I vcstibuled trains with dining cars from at rate

fast, colors at T. A. Knight's. was in the city Monday,'on his way M. C. L. how to get it at ROCK BOTTOM -Cincinnati to Chicago. "The "Velvet"
.. :
where he held : J&-WINE OF CARDUI,a Tonic Women. trains of the C., U. & D. are admittedlythe FOR SALE"The :
For your fancy goods, felts and to takeButler, aI I Jgjfr- BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation. "finest OD'earth," and the line is a

-i plushes, go to T. Knight's. meeting/'. Our New Bishop PRICES. representative "World's Fair Route." following described property located
In the Times-Union press report this A Card. For tickets rates. etc., address any C.. H.
'ca"nnot'afford"" of the
limits
voting within the
You to
neglect corpoiate
Standard & D. To album send
4 brands of dress gingims agent. get our your
will be found the announcementof The ladies of have
good Lawtey again
hams Be. T. next Tuesday. The interests at morning Third. He carries the nicest address with 10 cents In stamps to E. O. town of Starke. is offered for gale:
yard at A. Knight'8.Thirtyaixinch .
per
the election of Itev. Wm. Crouse Gray.D. placed us under obligations fur their peat
Flake are too great and the public HcCormick. G. P. & T. agent. Cincta-. Two Acres of Land
D., to the bishopric of the new South tin.-ness. On Wednesday morning October nail Ohio.
i1 plaid dress senting welfare demands it. Do your duty, Silks Velvets welt fenced upon which is a good well
:,, Be. per yard at '1'. A. Knight's. democrats.It Florida diocese of the Protestant Episcopal 19ih a messenger called' at the par line of Dress .Goods, painted and plastered two-story dwelling

church. This election was made yesterday with a great bundle of dry goods,
:J Ladies'. sonage an excellent well of water bricked from
cloaks and blazers
wrappers, will be an excellent idea to keep by the house of bishops in session containing this message" 'rom the ladies and plushes for this mar- the clay good stable and outbuilding.
cheap at 'f. A. Knight's.Boys' ;
horse lots locked. There is a
"'
your Churchmen this state flu His Out
in Baltimore. in of Lawtey. name. The is list of the Trees
following a grow-
Sf: suits $1 each at great deal of "hoss stealin' goingon will of course be interested to know just same day others brought articles already ket consequenty the trade ing upon'the place: -
,
.
:; now'-a-days and the fever may made while several of the ladies met
,\ T. Knight's. who and what the new bishop is, although up 90 Plum Trees 13 varieties. 2d
.
year-
strike Starke at time. at the parsonage to assist in culling mate-
'; A full line of 'adies' Jersey jackets any his name is perhaps familiar to most of rial for garments. On Thursday, October comes to him for nice goods. bearing; CJh
t at Truby, Sternburg & Co's. Mrs. D. Q. Cole entertained a them. 27th whole bevy of ladies, with lunch 6 trees (3 Standard) 3 on Fear roots; ,

'.t number of her friends at her pleasant Bishop Gray has long been identified baskets, met at Mrs. Kemp's to sew up 40 Orange Trees. 4 varieties;77 Pear,

|| See our line of dress trimmings. residence north of town on with the woik o! the church in Tennessee.He of the kind garments.and helpful By many benevolence, many such the good acts Fourth. His financial stand- 4 varieties; Apricot ,7; Persimmon

',%1;I Ti uby, Sternburg & Co. Tuesday night. The people always is a man approaching fifty years of people of Lawtey haye greatly endeared 77. choicest varieties; Peach SO;large

*v: LADIES' have a good time.at Mrs. Cole's. age, and for the past ten or twelve years themselves to us.. for which. we are sin ing enables him to buy direct selected varieties: Quince 2. Chinese.

h JERSEY JACKETS. has been rector of the Church of the Advent cerely grateful. in
All the above trees are bearing most
,1 1jr Oar line Mrs. Tompsett and daughter, Miss J. G. BoNNELL AND FAMILY 1WUthirshtrt; 'i. -
cannot be surpassed. in 'Nashville. He is an active, enthusiastic the and
from manufacturer of them in their second .
year. .
arrived the PLAINLY A BLUFFfor
IT'S
; Call Maude have in
: Kn before our line is broken. city. worker, a man of great force Negligee shirts, the very latest, at This place must be seen lobe appreci

Trnby, Steinburg & Co. Mr. Tompsett seems as happy aboutit and of strong personal characteristic. It astonishingly low prices at J. G.Alvarez's. strictly for cash and thus put- anyone to pretend to sell goodsas aced. For further information apply to. ,
as a new bridegioom. They are ,
do. A of
was through his efforts chiefly that the cheaply as we legion
i: Fine l located in the Capt. DR. .A. L. SCOTT
ii mill comfortably ,
- for sale. know that
properly Ap endowment fund was raised for the divIs- purchasers our prices
. : ply to John H. Johns, Now !River, Jones house. ion of the diocese of Tennessee. He has Gentlemen's neckwear of the most ting him in touch with the importer defy' rivalry and that all our goods Starke, Fla.BATEITTS .

or to.1. J... Frazee at Starke. Teniis"J stylish in stock 'at. J. G. touch the notch in of
the patterns 'point
:f Rev. Mr. Randall, of Tampa is long been a member of standing committee top .
- suit purchaser. Good u-asons conducting a series of meetings at of his diocese. aid is looked upon Alvarez: and manufacturer mak- quality. Generally speaking, low

i'; given for wishing to sell. the Baptist church in this city. Heis jenerally as one of the strongest men In All-wool outting, a good article prices and poor quality.are Siamese caveate buslhem and conducted Trade-Marten MODERATE obtained and FEES.mH Patent

and corsiderable of the Southern jurisdiction of him the middle twins that can't be separated.To OCR: OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U. S. PATETP
the only man
falter Wills keeps the best can- a good preacher clergy for little money, and latest novelties ing trade--a omce and we can secure patents In lew time
dyint011. interest is being awakened by his the church. Bishop Gray will bring: to for shirt waist, at J. G. Alvarez's. give new impetus we and at len cost than those remote from Wash.

A' able sermons. his new field of labor A ripe experience between the consumer and man- will offer goods very Jow. ttive us ington.Send.model,drawing or photn,with description.

: handsome prize with e\t-ry an unusual capacity for hard work, a Style, style, latest style millinery a trial. We advise. If patentable or Dot.free ot'
poulld'\f ,' The ladies of the church Tittiny STERXBCRG & Co. Charge. Our fee not due till patent is.ecnred.-
coffee ,
Episcopal invoice Don't t ,
4... at Walter Will: happy faculty 'for i imparting his enthusiasm a big juat opened. A Little Book, "HowtoOfiumFatenU.nwtti
J gave an oyster supper.on Monday fail.to see them, at J. 6..Alvarez's.Ladies' .. ufacturer. .- name of actnal client ia your state, county or
:;; Pr : to those about hun and the habits
J cou & Wynn, at Sampson night.at'th'eir. church. A very large --. .. .'. ," A. NEW ,ERA IN ENGLISH town,sent free., Address.C.A.SNOW&cO..
'iJLean and attainments of.a thorough churchmanwho '
; nee Wednesday and SatUrdayof.each number of'people, including quite a tourist and Alpine hats .. ROLLER COTTON GINS.The Opp.PatentOfliceW MJmfCJfO_.D. C.

'f.t. i ,_ week. 11 4. 4t number of. children, enjoyed the is devoted to the-work which he haschosen" just: the thing;.all the,.styles. at,J.6. I .....::0'.;-"" .,:'-. undersigned agent for Platt Bros.

. )1; Witter Wills has just received feast, which was entirely free to all :Times Union, 23rd. '. Alvarez's.t.. ,. _I. "'' .. S ...'d. & Co., will sell 'a Single Roller GIN.with J. WI8S .& SONS'piiAcAL
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1 the W stock of who participated., IcELREE'S WINE OF CAB.DUI (or Weak Nerves.I Turkish :Teiz and all the::1atest .... inr Patent CrauVlegs.Beltan"wrenches
candies in .
.. town. all 1 complete delivered at Savannah. OL.
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.hav.c.mo.ed .
' e'haTe I White Springs to It will cost yon nothing and; will sure Fruit Trees.i. POLLITZER
",1- a fun line at low prices. Starke and will make this their ly do yougootl, if you have a cough, coldor I again call the.attentioo-of those interested : Aug62m .ISuc'tlen' L4astL4thcbe&flCsu4dtiMvnhIastaas

".It S. ''Truby,. Stern burg & Co.MChWIneofCarduI. future home. r'They are'occupying any trouble with throat, cheat orlungs.'Df. ip'putting outfruiftrees-ot: -
New.Discovery tor
);" the Mrs. Jones house, next to N. J. King's and colds ia kind, to the fact \that I can fill their order ., : Arntca Salve.
coughs guar-
consumption ,. The best aal Ve In the/world; ,for.eitz I
,- such stock .
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they can. get. -
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Jones' dry-goods store. anteetl'to give relief;or money wdlTbe 1)rul.-. ore.1dloer salt raeum. fever
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. IdTHEOFO.S the paid back 'Sufferers from La'Grippe elsewhere: .LeOonte pears:one and, two .. cbapped .
BLACK.DRAUGHT has remnant.of tetter hand cLilMalna
are a180purcblSed --- -- sores, ,
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R- .... ''i-the from ,J.V. found it Just the thing Mrktor-tts use years bid and Keiffer Hybrids: a specialty.". .. corns and all skin .eruptions.and positively -
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following ., .
,. .4 .' merchants ia I bad- apeedyaa&p rf t retsbfery. Try Also large stock of shrubbery. A man '. ft .
cures pile*,or no pay required.
OOl l&tJ": t lodges, and he. expects soon to 'ALjvst
,..OW.BhnZ: baug C4.. Starke. I receive :a<.full;stock..of: family groceries ftforyoursetfjust how good a thing it is. for it. Grape vines of the best, :varieties-. - . YOUNQ .. Trial bottles free at ritarke Drug CO'IIdrug 'J. %. 8 Daciu.RipansTabuleecuren&usea. : ." =.. .. to
Hampton .. for Florid : ? r box.For sale by StarVe. Drug Co. .. .. .' .
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[r NEWS( BUDGET Frill.' !.S FlerMa S S .'. I TELEGRAPHIC GLEANINGS.( THE FUNERAL TRAIN little n.. \ -wrt letter: I-

t The superior profitableness of tobacco Warmth is.etial t all bodily fane temperature JaduTt was abmiDablt prIntedjust -

"g/wieg in Florida and southern Georgia tiou Therefore, an equal bodiy. full of blonder.

. f: CniaiiliE! a Variety of! laleresDMEttcrtaiiiE anA was as made compared'with the tcbjcct of. North a communication Carolina, The News ol tie World Condensed Into Ben Mr*, Ham!* Em LOT die, by clothing should be or by fire. eier- Business don't Ma you(sadly-"t discbi.rg know.the fellow.' I ,

:11 Tops. to the Atlanta Constitution not long FIT ani! Pointed arairaplii Washinton! for IndianallJ1i1. The fluid of our bodies f to the solid "Wy girL"H

: ago the lacta being derived from observations in proportion u nine to Therefore, "Well, discbsrge the fffj- !h2ILsTJdPmiatawtkli
-- the hasda,lajure th Iron.and t, ,, .
should the
At )least ton thousandboxei of orange ; made by Major W. L. Gleaner Simple and Solemn Funeral Bite at a like proportion prersil 1 Never I I'm in IOT he.t Tb.EJ *8412 Stove Poliatm &stuest.dd -
1 I in the tbee states named. In Gadsden amount of food taken. her. teM.DonM*.and the consumer pen lee
bare been a
shipped from the Manateonyer Interesting and Instructive to 11 tot Thto mar York or fJat pKiat*vita tierj purchase.
: this season. county, Fla., Major Gleaner found, that Classes of Headers. the White Howe. Light exercises an important influence "She hare me.-New

; the average yield last yesr was about -- upon the growth and of animals ; .
Weekly.
: From all indications Florida will bare 430 pounds per acre, and that the aver The funeral services over the remains and plt Therefore Tgr dwellings '.

a big season this winter and the travel age price resized waa about 81 cents per In a fire Wednesday. in a two-story of Mrs. Harrison occurred, in the out freely admit the solar rays, A enlrla.ont '"

I,;: promises to turn southward at a much pound, or f 183.80 per acre. The coat of building at CleveUnd, 0., James Shannon room of tbe white house at ten o'clock Late anxious pursuits exhaustthe If the of Cut county

.: : earlier date than licictofore production was estimated at f 50 per hi* wife and two children, aged Thursday morning. The magnificent hu and produce da i lfan.Vh.tV not been i cn e.I <-.

'i' arre, leaving a net profit of $63 per acre. six and four yean, were burned to de tb. fast room was beautifully decorated with and De"OU premature sltem death Tererort the I they still surround 36,000 sue mile! ".

; The South Florida railroad hu accept Visiting Columbia county M jor Glessner had this The a'camer Orange Nasson arrived at flowers and plants and the display of hon of labor b short. iSTtffii making that)ias3acbuet. CURES
who
found Massachusetts Vermont
J cd the large orange racking house Just a man her dock in New York C.tr, Thursday floral offerings excelled anything ever The fluid part of our bodies also wutconltntly and, Rhode Island.St. .

f cnmpleted nt Plant City by T. C. Dick- year grovn 700 pounds per acre of cigar morning from the V. eat Indian ports, seen in Washington in beauty and there is but one fluid in ani Connecticut, Delaware /.XAT"jSn.

son. Mr. Dirkson dretrves great credit. leaf tobacco fullyequal to any grown in and brings a confirmation of the threat- variety. is water. Ter'ort"t water Louis Republic-.___ fi. J. SCROFUL
.hic
,; ; both for the dispatch in its erection and : Oadiden county. He estimated the net ened revolution in Hajti. The services were of the simplest character only i necessary, and aice produce Old** TlHM mother has b E ,

::; I the workmanthip. It is the finest in the. profit on his crop at f 161 per acre. When Fire broke out in the cupola of Euclid The attendance was limited to better drink. f of of font bottlea

) ,,1 atate.I Major Gleesner was in North Carolina, in Avenue opera house at Cleveland 0., the members of tho personal and official The solid of our bodies i* continually Peep!. overlooked th* importance' p rmanently o|
part wtlsfled 1ortft mnt ad &
the turned for its leaf" beneficial effects and were 1
region "bright Friday from unknown family, members of the diplomatic *
morning, cause corps, : to be toweoadttteof
I i i The palmetto berry irdustry hu tobacco he had with him samples of and that beautiful playhouse was soon in and a few personal frends.: An hour before fresh wasting and reqair.s Therefor.repir with transient action but now that It u'I enerallr was thought t she could not the I i'
assumed by will
I considerable proportions and made plug tobacco made from tobacco grown ruins. The loss will not be short of tbe services began the casket was which is subtance repair loss should be know that Syrup'of Tl& well per. !
at 'I if ton Ga. which averaged a yield of gently curehabitual constipation, l Cored my little boy ofj:
'
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$60,000.A brought down stairs and placed in and
the
II ; it the exercise
possible for a good many people toreap taken with due regard t people will not.bay other laxative. S.S.S Urjr scrofula
quite a bamat who had no other 1,200 a finer pounds tobacco per acrr.than It the was product pronounced in- special from Pottsville Pa., says: east Om. and soon after persons began waste of the by.Decompoing fore which act for a time, bat finally Injure the peared over h < \ 1.

: means of earning money, and several Work was stopped at all the Philadel- assembling. Whitelaw Reid was an animal and vegetable system. a c
1 : hundred dollars will be distributed North Carolina, "hfre'lbo average price and Coal and Iron early arrival. arth g1a
phia
1 Reading f
companies' substances various! noxious gases
, is only 20 cents per pound, and the aver James 6. Blaine Mrs. Blaine and Miss yield that CaLled"Is thet1t1' of the o re. .
them.-St. Andrew' collieries to the the .
among Buoy. Wednesday, owing which enter the lungs and rrupt Te Ugh went ont before
net profit only $55 acre. The wap m
age per, Hattie Blaine wen also This man h.ad
present _
scarcity of water and tho block- should
freight blood. Therefore all impurities tbe A few bo
could light ; tehadD
of Florida and probab.y he ga
superior adaptation was the first of Mr. B'aine in
A Dumber of enterprising citizens oft of Georgia, to the growing fine ade on the Reading sys'em. the white house appearance since just before the day b kept away from our abe and every MALAaticured and eit from the I o. t d r ;

Palm Beach have been quite busy for tobacco, if not more generally known in According{ to a Washington special of he sent his resignation as secretary of precaution be observed a pure System bJ Bw" h en- T.LJT ,.;
the Stood axiSkmDneue*mailed(..
1 I several dys getting ready a variety oft other states where tobacco is a favorite Wednesday, the manufacturing indus state to the president. atmosphere. riches te like a charm on n a o1. Swirl Srar c !

: trees and rlacti U an exhibit to the crop, would doubtless induce many to tries for the city of Richmond, Va., for The justices of the supreme court, Moderation in eating and drinking, ton Ac,prD nw energy and an

World's Fur. Thia is only a null remove from those states to where the the census year of 1891, show thit the members of the diplomatic political short hours of labor and stuly, regularity who works hard 4ntingthe ;
corps man
Many
amount of what will b# sent from htre. industry can be carried on more profit. aver wages per hind has increased officials and personal friends of the in exercise, recreation and rest, .cleanliness day a young hands t go to waist.during

: J The tchooner Mary B. carries them to ably. The great obstacle to the enen"lion from $2.14 in 1880 to |3 80 in 1893, or family were also present about two hun- equanimity of temper and equil- the even.alo August

, .1.\ Jacksonville. of tbe industry here is the lack of 77.57 per cent. dred people in all being in attendance.Just ty of temperature-these are the great W.H. 1J&ckson.MIehIgan writes
the special knowledge required, which is A Madison, Wis., dispatch says: The at noon, Vice-President Morton essentials that which surpasses all GRI for" Mtaeu yea
: Daring his visit in Maine, :r. E. O. apt to ciu'e first attempt to result in loss appointment bill as adopted by the democratic and the members of the cabinet actingas wealth, health of mind and body. Hall's Catarrh cure cured me. Sold bJ D
I3c. ___ Flower-
/', Hill sold 5,000 acres of land lying just and di ourBJZement. If a few h hundred caucus, with single exception, honary pall bearers, entered the east Pure atmospheric air is composed ofnitrognt gt cures week or In-

west of Ltwtey to a company of New tobacco growers from North Carolina passed both houses Wednesday evening room and scon after came the president oxgen and a very small propor- 1arned Our old eyes reliable or granulated eye-wato Uds without pain.Pnce23c. i

1 England capi'alists. It is now being and Virginia conld be scattered through all tne dedocrats voting for it except supporting his daughter: Mrs. McKee on carbonic acid Air once .John I Dickey Drug Co..Bristol.Va i iI I 'r, >

turveyei into lots and farm, and it ii northen Florida it would help both di- Senator Krueger and Assemblyman Neal his arm. They were followed by Mr. breathed has lost the g. of its ox- "What is August Foe

: understood that the owners will endeavor n-ct'y! and indirectly to build up, the industry Brown. The law gives the democrats a ud ){n. Russell Harrison. Rev. Dr. gen and acquires a proportionate increaseof ADVICE TO WOHHTIf As easily answered 3 ak ,
,
x colonize itwith substantial farmers ua ,I.fl
and to in this state.TimesThaon.THROUGIIOUT majority of 12 or 14 on joint ballot. fc.1t and Miss Parker, Mr. McKee carbonic acid gat. Therfore, health I( would protect yourself for Dyspepsia. It 1 a :i

't .} stock-growers. Dispatches of Saturdty from Detroit and Mrs. Dimmock, Hon. J. V. L. Find requites that we breathe tbe same air you edy for the Stomach spmj
) from Painful Profuse, Scanty,
1 Mich., states that reports of wrecks and ley, of B Baltimore the president's cousin once only. than this.
:;i The cutting of tbe canal from Jupiter THE SOUTH. other mishaps to shipping caused by Fri and Mr. Findley, Lieut. Parker and private Suppressed or Irregular Menstruation Nothing more Flower Web ;

into Lake Worth is progressing at a good day night's terrific wind storm are com secretary Hal ford. Invention Not Seeded. you must use August cures 9

:.1' rate. The contractor is m.kin preparations ing in from different points on the lakes. The scene was Btrikingljy beautiful.The Lady-"Why 'on't the railroads have I II : \\Veknowitwi have r

. : to put on extra dredges and complete Considering the cumber of vessels blown chandeliers cast a flood of mellow I mechanical:: appliances for loading and' it Toay it h:n
Notes of Her aM Prosperity
. the cut by February. Owing, however Progress ashore and wrecked, the loss of life is light, the windows haying been arkencd. unloading trunks!*' BMDFIELD'.SFCMALE honored place every .

to the crrx kedness of Lake Worth Briefly Epitomized very light, only two drownings being reported Several mantel pieces were banked "ater-"WeI, you see, mad cut store, possesses one of |
'. ;. I creek, it u doubtful if this car.al will be thut far. with ferns and banked at each end by Dept, truDk into the candoesn't manufacturing p1antiintcountry tie:V

navigable for cur river 8t
f : 't plan of a a-level cut, rather than locks, And Important Happening from Dayto The Wall street report of the Richmond grouped a great wealth of floral offerings throwing them out doesn't hurt any REGULATORC reason is simple. cerhe.T
seems to nvet m"et f vrr with the com which the friends of Mrs. Har- "
through York
Told.A. and D<*nville Railroad Company for the thing but the trunks. -New anddoesitright. It cures -
Day Tersely dyspep
Rirer Adtocate.
; : 1 4 pany.-Indian year ended June 30, 1892, shows gross ison, present find absent, testified their Weekly. _ _ April 25,185&
.
: : earnings of $5,944,783, a decrease of $2- apprcciition of her worth while livingand This .certify that two mbr of my '

I... careful estimate of the strawberry J. Siegler, a prominent merchant of 566; operating expense, $3,037,067, a their sorrow at her death. Unpaid Money Orders Immediate irons family MenetrwAl,aftef Ifreejul.rliy for* A WOMAN HAS.;
yean .
I growers who will thip at Lawtey station New Orleans, has tiled an application for decrease of $.:,423; net $2,907,716 in. They filled all the space on either aide In the subtreasury in New York city btwh b eftt by pbydcians, I very little desire enjoy th*plraout* Ufrseti-

'" .. shows that tiny number seventy-one respite. The schedule shows assets' of crease U5.S4S. Charges increased, $160,. of the casket almost to the window on there is on deposit to-dly more than $3,- w 4' r.i.( 'by o bt I entirely onfltt*.!t fa the cares of .o uiitMan ..
; and that reducing the reported acreage t3O0O00aud liabilities of 119000. 191 and surplus, $598,060; a decrease of the east and the door into the corridoron 000,000 representing outstanding money tf Br"e wtroirful. J.W.&T4xOZ. /CJD daN afflicted with :".

, i'. of the more tartlets and unsystematic Confederate veterans of the trans-Mis 114343. the west connecting the apartment orders, and of this amount mote than deU'&J Book td I tVOJIAK"nUfled TBZM,.I ft SICK HEADACHE!

.. growers to its tru poportionr, there are sissippi department, in session: at Dallas, The supreme court of Indians, on with the private portion of the house. $3,000,000 represent money orders whichare ralaabM tafonnettoa C a

- .: about 125 acres. The plants arc backward Texas, sent a resolution of sympathy to Wednesday, rendered a decision declaring Rev. Dr. HatH, the president's pastor, over due, and which may never be BRADFIELO, HtGULAtOR CO,

1 on Account of the extraordinary President Harrison in his sad bereavement unconstitutional the registration law. opened the services with prayer; then presented for payment. ATLANTA. GA. DAY AFTER .DAYjl

rainfall but tbe stand is generally good The registration features of the law followed "Abide With Me," sung by 6B U I D.t"
were
and hould the choir of St. John's church )tr. Suburb--"My neighbor has a big and ye t a few diseases that ybtt SslS)
;: an average season produce a Episcopal ,
made promptly medical treatment ttb-ftjas
to chiefly to the commercial proper }
apply the
:. good vield. B:>i-ics this there will be The disease of the six men sent to the on the conclusion: which of.ReT. Dr. Bartlett dog that we are all afraid of. What do We pay printer to give fore of the atmoM tan parlance that a abe iwseattboold -
hospital at Norfolk, Va., from the bark travelers and the residents of the stateabsez.t always be at hand. During period.et mm'1.
read from the advise?
considerable of vegetables, scripture you health
acreage potatoes passages ap- advice about
in the of the .
employ
U. B. Cano hai been to be government.The you good
beets, onions, etc. pronounced oppropriate to funeral services. Another Lawyer-"Get a bigger one. Five thanSIXTY
which the law is held
grounds to
oa
. d, beri-beri. The disease is not contagious 'Lead. followed I dollars "-New York Weekly.Are and lead to careful YEARS
., S or infectious. The word means short- be in violation of the constitution is thatit hymn, Kindly Light was please to you 1 1lvng.
,. Another town just op Ding its eyes out in is class legislation.A by the concluding prayer by Dr. Hat there ha been DO instance reported WiMIi.
winded and results from
.
sure malarial
the world is Lantsna. A exp lin,'nd then the casket was born out Yet Yellow? ntr bare not been permanently and -
upon busy post climates. special of Sunday from Denver. Col., If of coarse you are bilious, which also
of the house stalwart
ffice has been established at- by eight men selected s Our that .
Lantana recently of $200 has Judge McAlhter in the circuit court says: A. J. Hoverholt and Silas Hau- from the force of executive mansion implies that you have a doll pin and tenderness reason i Sot'sEmulsion PROMPTLY CU
; an appropriation cbett two of the electors of the Weaver in the sick headache, .I
right side
I been made by the board of education lor' at Nashville. Tenn., decided a mandams usher On the broad portico of the nausea of cod-li\er oil i ,
+ and case in which he incidentaly: declared ticket have refused to permit their names hite house the president stopped n moment furred tongue sour breath and indigestion. ; BYthe
:. a school house at that phce, everything that the subleasing of state convicts ii to be used as the head of tbe Cleveland to don which tbe Hostetter'e Stomach Bitters i what you want. so often a part of careful ..
an chill
looks favorable for the establillb- overcoat : .
of a itazle box of the call ]
democratic ticket. Their action is Prompt relief follows its in liver complaint .
-
void amid and that the convict em- U
little Lantana illegal, raw atmosphere made necessary, then he eeleUi'ed
ment of a prosperous town. the least in view of ,dyspepsia, constipation rheui i 1
; U the proposed southern terminus cannot be sublet to any one or for any bams-ing to say entered a carriage with Mrs. McKee and matism kidney trouble and maa neroues living.If

f.t2'. I I' of the railroad, which is expected will be character of work. drawn the fact their that the electors Clevelandites and substituted had with- Mr. and Mr*. Russell Hm.soo, and was Physicians unqualifiedly It you would go to your DR. C. McLANE'fLIVER

, in immediate future from Sew- The Carolina and Northern driven tu the place in line. Nearly all
built the Georgia, therefor the electors. Justice is the key-note of the world; doctor whenever '
j. f all's point southward to Lake Worth, and railway shops will be located in Abbe- populist government departments had been closed all else is ever out of tune. you ned PILLS

, thence following the west shore of the ville, the thriving and growing town of Fifteen hundred students from the various from 10 o'clock to noon, and the crowdsof his advice, we might save our ,

;,- lake down. the Palmetto state.. The town has do- colleges of Philadelphia paraded en.plojets! gathered near the white One Small Bile Bean every night for a week which may to be procured address at oa any the Drug reeelp Store otrpoatage or 1maOett .
: : pated the land asked for and $15,000 in Saturday night, and shouted their college house and on the steps of the treasury arouse TorpidLLver. Sc.per hot t le. money. He knows what you Kstnpa any -;

; A circular just issued from the Florida money, and that has secured the locatingof yells to their hearts, content. The building to watch the procession pass A photographer says that next to enre Purchaser the genuine of these article.Pflls There ihoald are be sererel eanfW I)..

.' i headquarters tif the Plant system in Boston the shops and all Abbevillo is pleased pageant was proposed in defiance of the along Pennsylvania avenue. Hundredsmore bbie young married couples are the nee felts tm Ute market well calculated to.

and signed by A. P. Lane, agent of with the result. superintendent of police, who, a few days gathered on the sidewalks and troublesome the bride especially Let us send you a book on genuine manufactured Dr. C.only Xclaae'c by Celebrated u.: .f ,
. that and Charles W. New ago, issued orders that yelling on the nearly all the men doffed their hats as
: system, Gray, Saturday morning, in the hold of the being hard to please. ILEXUTO BXOTHXSS CO. Pittskirff.1
;' J England passerger agent of both the steamer Dewsland, anchord at Galveston, itreeta must ceA* Jt was turned intoa the hearse went by. CAREFUL LIVING; free.

{' ., r. .,.I Plant system and "St.: Augustine Tex., 800 bales of cotton were badly triumphant march, however when the It was a slow moving cortege about No more old pills for me. SmU Bile Beans> i ;.

&t : Route notes n change in the lo-atlon of damaged by fire and water. About mid- superintendent of police rescinded his orders. two blocks in length, and took forty if iron please SCOTT 4 dotntt, .- Sooth 5th.. 11 j .
New iork.
;; j the office (from 211 to 263 U ashington day in the hold of the Thorntondale, minutes to cover the dozen blocks be- The street surface roads of New York Your drcgrat LaiIios MdJrxrofl
ke
adds Hoes A locomotive boiler Wednes. tween the white bouse and the stat'on. City 226,650,613 ..11 Ss 0
t' .f street) and : "The forming 2,000 bales were badly damaged or entirely exploded ce tfrofgais f
: ; the above named systems and covering destroyed. Both vessels day morning at Palas, a small station on At tbe station a very large, but silent, during year 1891, a png&Tett J V f

f three thousand miles of territory reach were ready to put to sea for Liverpool.A tbe Kansas City Memphis and Birmingham crowd awaited the presidential party on o
. ;. either directly or via conaectfng roads railroad, west of Birmingham AKA the platform until the casket had been 89.17.c Eery k ills BLICt
Denver Col. At the to take,S'iiUBIle Beans ;
dispatch : easy
t r all points in South Carolina, Georgia says local freight stopped there as usual placid iu the funeral tar. The train left .
of the democratic central Ow
meeting state and the ed to switch for at 11:10. A judicious reticence is hard t lean; but .
: Florida Alabama, Missitsippi, Louisiana committee, Wednesday night, it was decided engine was being u> Indianapolis it i one of the great lessons bf A 600-pageProfaMlr ,containing
;. .' and the Southwest and Cuba. some cars, when the boiler exploded. valuable inor.Uon to dtseaeof -
. to withdraw the Cleveland electors BURIAL OF )RS. HARRISON AT ISDfAX-
BKOWB'B the low to
. Iron Bitters Dy
Harry Monroe, the engineer, anl William cure* .tem
S. SAn
{.' and substitute therefor the Weaver men. APOLI*. ria. Biliousness and General pMa TREAT and CURE aple mel
t. Ocala news item is to the effect that There was some objection to this movement Churcb, fireman were blown to A Special from Indianapolis fays: Strength aids D MtOn tone the nervee- cine*. the bor.k contains "
pieces. Conductor Frank Block creates appetite. c ship and marriage and management of children -
;.. : Dr. R. R. Snowdrn bt>s gone to Rich but the orders the national demo was The special train conveying the remains Mothers weak .Te and chil. forNn. useful tueyrlption.recipes,
bIde
t wounded but wome ete
not .
mond' Vs. to further extend tbe chemni.F fatally.A ) ". 6O CerrU. AildtBtlSttlXG
;.. ocratic committee weie finally submittedto. of Mrs. Harrison and members of the Iaie ro
ical experiments In treating phosphate Port Townvnd. Wash, dispatchsays funeral party arrived at 9:30 o'clock Friday There in the aw British thirteen army.regiments of heavy cavalry : : tot .

i: without sulphuric acid, under his lifelong ; The bark, Co"lit a, sixty days from and wire greeted by thousands of US Ltd Street At .OA.
;J. friend, Dr. Otto Meyer, who is an The disquitt: rnd unnst of the negroes I Taku, China, arrived Sunday and reported sympathetic friends. The president's T.e 0.1;Oae Ever Printed.ClM RATIONAL SURGICAL
occasioned the kuklux raid Dalton
s by at flYD THE WORD 7 .
; expert in his profession. Dr. Snowdenwas two suipHous deaths. Th3 vessel and ro IISTITUfE
grief was generally respected nearlyall
Oa. last week has made it tll .
,. necessary There a displayadvertisement In
driven to ti is course as his Isbois in had no or Mil of health. Oa l _)'S 4
pipers men removed their hats and bowed this this has '
in command of the sheriff no two tiwto IUs. and
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< RELIEVES
arm a possee ppr. wek wr an Km* N.1s
,) laboratory were so incessant ac to become passage the second mite and One seaman their heads when he passed through the The same is Oi' ,: .' .
Governor Northen .
shipped twenty-five each each from The REMOVES Xs
one appearing
new
r' ._ too fatiguing and he was in great I stands of rifles and twenty rounds of am- were attacked with! symptoms resembling station leading his sorrowing family to Dr. Barter- Medicine Co.. Tub wlek.house places a I; Cab. .adjoint*.p_. coaQarao*, PAIl. -
" danger of an attack of brain fever. Tbe :. munition which were distributed Saturday Asiatic cholera, aud after a brief illness the carriages provided for them. When **Crescent" on everything tbey make and aJ IiS YsI&sad c REVIVES rinoo ENERGY. :
died. The last death occurred it publish Look for It, send them the name t J
: doctor lasauguineof success and is satis- by Sheriff Frazier at tbe Guards ar antine quar- the casket had been placed in the hearse of the word and they will return you BOOK* def tbe Urtasr. H..i.Ories'.ta.Uutras.s Dsrs_ RESTORES *oml P5"
.1' fled that his method will reduce the cost mory.A Saturday and the crew was sent to and the funeral party were seaUd in carriages ..lr LIX20ORAPR8 o'a.\XPJ.TRIDoNT s 10 eueuPtwl WAnteToToML

t of treating phosphates at least 75 per the pest house. the prccessirn slowly wended its .t tss.v. BAlTOt JtfMCniE &O.JL
: fool with with dLi-
; and will revolution in the Raleigh special of Wednesday says: The New York Herald of indigestion nor a ItemedSir Catarrh to the
: cent, create a Wednesday way to the First Presbjteiun church, ordered liver but take Beer ham's Pills for
:: phosphate and fertilizer business. The prohibition party has nominated can has the following: The Richmond Ttrrn which was heavily and tastefully draped mmediate rali'f. 2 cent a box. Best.Katie* to UK.sad Cbeapt 94 PaeuMtie* rr ;:II1: BICYCLE
didates for in four of the nine
Q f S S congress loal investigating committee, it is said, with mourning emblems and decorated. C ATA R R M "uu.aa :.TIM.
districts! These First district R. JOBS *. SON 01 cO..1
; are: t (
\ \ From the most reliable estimates to be has made some interesting discoveries with a profusion of flowers, while a..
; by drool**or not by nan.
B. BooLer third J. H. McNeiilseventh S
: obtained the Polk lake ; ; about certain transfers of
t 1 county region, property that crowd of 5,000 people thronged the sidewalks I K.T.HatelttM.Wamn.1*.
Winter IliVcn Auburndalr M. H. Moffitt; eighth, M. M. White; lead criminal I PATENTS
v embracing may to proceedings and streets. The services were
t Eagle Lake and Haines City, will ha>eit ninth, J. G. Lindsay. Chairman James welt Known bituerto characterized the OPIUI-.P.!** flsWtCsi.d N. 1* It*
I II. Southgate, of the state committee against men men'i by greatest simplicity. I i!. .lo.1 JLX.C. ........ ............
least 2,500 acres in tomatoes this win tied with the management. A dircctorlS'meetinJt At the class of the services at the
claims that the will this .
to e ter. Estimating the yield at seventy-five at least party and will pill year was called to hear the meport church the cortege took up its line of. .
votes
10,000 probably
.
crates but nothing was given out. It was said march to Crown Hill e. .
'/'. l per acre-which is somewhat less nominate congressional candidates in all cemetery. Along ,
> than the average last. season-and taking that the report will be deferred for the the line of march thousands of people
'. districts where there are now vacancies R-I-P-A-N-S
; last year's prices as a basis of calculation save tbe fourth. present trod with uncovered heads. In front _
t; 1; th, crop ought to aggregate 187,500 The registration figures in New York of the president's Indianapolis residence I

crates and return to the growers after A Knoxville, Tenn., dispatch of Sun city, according to a dispatch of Saturdayare sight-seers had gathered in number that _- TABULE

paying freights, commissions etc.. at day says: About twenty-five suits have a sort of Chinese puizle to the roll. rendered the sidewalks almost impassable. : _

least 1300,000. But the gross value in been pending in Granger and Hamblrn ticians. Both republicans acd democrats At the cemeteya crowd of 5,000 ':-,- -

the markets of the North will not be less counties against the Horristown an! says hat so far they are unab e to people had assembled to witness the I ,tN5 --4 I compounded '
'1 than half million dollars 1 This from an Cumberland Gap road for debt. It appears tell what they mean. Democratic voter close of the ceremonies which, as else ;: / are in accordance with a medicsif." ." _

} area of 2,500 acres!11! It would require that the Horfistbwo rod was not able 'to pay. say that Cleveland will get a surprising where, were characterised by the utmost tThi1lxeii at Mrs mad Mra. )t. M. 8oD t% .. known and admitted by all educated physicians to I

,\ 16,000 ems of the best wheat land in the Saturday at James T. Shield, majority in tho city. The republican simplicity. The proceedings were Altoona, Pa. \ :. oldest most standard most widely used most freijoeatlfs

: West, or 20,000 acres cUbe best cotton of Knoxville, was appointed temporary have but little to s IV. The total figure watched by the president with streani- & prescribed and by fir the most valuable of any ttat d

4 land in the South to equal it.-Dado City tbe receiver. The appointment is made on for the day is 37,607, which makes a leg eyes and his sturdy fiame was con- r profession have yet discovered. In the Talnles the is..

World. November application 10th of northern named bondholders.the grand total of 8 9.8 30. 1833 there were vulsed with the poi. Daticy of his grief. Both Had EczemaIn : gradients are presented in a new form that is gaining 1 T1t'
', S S s was as day on registered 2Sf,642 and last year 2 J,523. The B vices at the grave were cxc-ed- r aI! the
Its Worst Form over world and with
.which to the of the fashion i im Zt
becoming
Tb Leaa Ratlflrd. argue appointment a Bondholders of the Georgia Southernand ingly brief, consisting cf the reading of : .
) The Savannah Alonnog News of a recent permanent. receiver. the funeral services of the Presby tCI ian physicians and modern patients ." .
Fl rids Railroad met We in
inesday Alter Physicians Failed Hood'sSartaparilla (. '
: ,
date said A of the stock "They
: meeting church a prayer and the benediction. arc compact .y0 carry. Sf.J tjt
THE Baltimore under call by he trustees If %
SITUATION IN Perjectly Cured
'; 1 holdenoftheSayannsbConstrtjctjoncom.. ."V- .OREGON.. the Mortgage, the Mercantile Trust am Leavirg the cemetery the president, Great > swallow,tasteless if taken according to directfe***'
c : pan; was held at the company's office Inttdl -- Deposit Of $3 420,000 bond his funily and near relative, proceeded I. mental agony i endur by parents I( and the dose is always accurate. Every '
city for the of Democrats andPeople's PariyUea Effect ompany. who see their suffering < '
purpose ratifying the there : to the residence of R. L. McKee, cbidren > enjoys tue *
were reprinted $2,9.J .000 b. method and the result. Tbef-S_,
action of the from diseases .
directors leasing the South a r uI. ha.UoL where had luncheon and by impure
they a were cau blo. bat
holders in Bjliimon* NCA Y gently
rk Richmond promptly the
Bound railroad and for which upon kidneys. liven; stoned and intestines; c _,.
to the
Florida > .
seems no
Central A visited cure.
special frcm Portland by a few intimate friends. >
Oregon says: and Savannah. The affairs of the P. the
system
,i, and Peninsular rai'road. There was a A fusion between the democrats and road we re fully discussed and it was: dtcided '- The special train bearing the presi- i turned to joy when Do's Sup rill : pation.. making effectually; dispel colds headaches and fevers; core habitual.fria. 'v,.

: large attendance and the stock was fully people's party was completed Monday. by nsolution to indorse the fore idential party left Indianapolis at 5:30 : resorted to, for it expels the foul humors "L_ li6 enemas unnecessary. Are acceptable to the stomach sod Jr .

% represented. The lease was read and on Col. R. A. Miller was taken from tbe cl< sure action of the trustees. Interest on its return to Washington.Mixocr.i from the blood, and restores the'liseased rr' ne JtII'.'._.r-i
a rote by stock the action of the direc Democratic electorial ticket, and J. N. defaulted! laU skin to fresh, healthy brightness. : A single TABVIX taken after the Wore '
ton was ratified almost was Ju'y upon the firs t City, Mo., has a cat with evening meal or just -_, .:__ _
unanimously, the Pierce one of the people'sparty electors six which Red the following t (. or, better still. at the moment when noted .. _
!
: & 3 vote being\ 486 shares in mortgage per cents ran uc ?i igiit: legs and four tails; Moberly, Mo., the first indication is ?:.
favor to 17 substituted. Thiawas followed by the 190;. The debt is "We tIn Ho's Sarsaparm most >, approachIng: cod! headache
; 1 agai lt. The report submitted by the withdrawal of another bonded. $12,000 pmie. r has an albino with pink eyes and white, the market i tenllo and any symptom of indigestion or depressk;
4 democratic elec t. hair Mo. has ten- Our two children Buffered II ( S spmts.. win, in a large
y ,, president showed a most gratifying increase tor. 1 he members of the two .. kiaky ; Singfield, a with! terriblr i majority of cases remove the whole difficnlty>;f

; in the earnings of the South will give their votes to two democrats parties iM THET CAME HOVE. jrear-old boy wno weighs ISO pound Form of I I>. hoar, without th1 patient being eonscxws of any other than a slightly'*_ *-
Bound aad has two extra fingers and two extra WOr ECemaI effect and that tie :
f
i daring the last few months. The and two people's: party candidates. The expected illness failed to materialize or has disappeaft g
wrings for August were stated to be leaders of bth She was a banker's daughter toes: a Daviess County, Mo., farmer has for t re b thr in that ,, The Tabnles Ire in doaeiIT"whole
put smaU
parties are confident. caringHood's / up bottles, each containing six ,.
feet six 1t
$ ,OOO above all And he was nn oil king's soa. some growing cora seventeen bem Bet aCe i
and I
: t, expenses those for bey are already o ther easily carriM in the
figuring
oa G,000mna- .U rest
is feaj,
And incheslusjb elev feet to the first ear ass tried rlef. pocket or portemonnaie. There oo
hoed's
September $7,000 above all h they flirted along in a hi.h toeJ m ; &rsaprUla a
jo ity. This based i
spilling cr
expenses the votes of both ( spoDrog
upon Bates Mo. farmer 1m Jfth children were anything with which
some in
whale the they come contact.
net earnings for October tx th way < County _
arc > parties cast at the state election u We pracly
: ; expected to be fully 10000. The extension June. .' Till the summer fair was dOil!. 8u.that wei more than a bun- nmd I SlPl4BOtthe,4sge, IIcuts.tTvt.ftt.s.j 5.t., St

: hIi cf the South Bound to Hart's Then when the season was over 'ne a great season Sarsaparilla r( SkBaitIss,34Vsu* 11 CtfIb.f Tweatt-ttu Bottles(..,. .

: Road, Fla, by the Florida Central and STEVENSON 'ACCEPTS To the city they hied 3\\"ay- for freaks,in 1u asartindardtaiaUTm-d-cins.andwoald: : net Those who boy :4. 1
: a and tbS
She to her old bswihouttr." Ma.and3jn. # gross divide with neighbors or friends redact ,
Peninsular raikoad if now regarded as type-writer A nurx over a new unseen M.M.S0143L. of the = "
; UU tftUT1est
an sU lute certainty, tho I.SM of the Tbe Democratic Kominstioa for TiePrwJdeot *. And h.* to clerk jt all day. the Canadian running Pacific in a few Q red Avenue,AltO Ps. r c package' nearly -ha 1L The Tabules: ore not iajored bf fi

,, South Bound j uaranteciog this extension ot the Unite States. > .: -IGo I SeW" ago was blocked for hou)a army day losancas.H4>Janaflfce n>l. cure sick 1W cirojtA neonnos.ij e t4 .. the Sent by mail on receipt of price postage paid-or may be ordered,..',

haT:.Dg been ratified by both i- and i Adlai E:. Se.vco&oo. democratic candi- .'. gray caterpillars \vhici swarmed upon i FAILURE : nearest droggijt. f'.?> .
: lessee, and the the tracks. .Ths wheels of the train 1000 BOUJBS F'OtALEBY. -
arrangements to \ date for the vice-presidency, has sent his WASTED TO SEE HDL w. d. 4u :
the money from foreign capitalists Ii now letter cf crushed tbe caterpillars by -= -_ 0i 4'
the
acceptance to president of bud mr3 RIPANS
being male, atd in fact about completed. tbe national democratic convention. h C1r2rIgot note from a drummerthe tUd Sand was used, TRO3IED.CO..6..2.- t.,;4.st:us HAC..':.. CHEMICAL COMPANY
,' It is believed that the .xt. nsion will be it he other day who said be would give laborers with alder- .
discuss lV
at length the tariff: finance hun TI..le.aBtf Yee.g )1.. "
completed ipd in operaUop within one and the W1Lnronto. the world to kiss me. / branches, sweep the caterpillars *' Om t sac cmp cvcent lO1O 10 SPRUCE STREET. NEW YORK. .
force tie -
:Maude-.What did rcplv .. ,'. I fl.o UITU. Ad. IniU. SIA*}, S .
4i Jtar. you frD Pie but supply was in- !. rf I T .
Panada prop**** to fcav.* a fp' Clara;--I told him tq call on"m* with a. .. t. t finally. nude. a F I ?VI"- -, w + :
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