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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 11, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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JPhIlIP; Raynors BrIde tnce persons" ever pall through such to expert.. girl, never dreaming what a'terrible fate Dnlcie had become deeply Interested In ,, FROM THE -WORLD'S FAIR'INAUCJ. "There isn't a married around said Polly
s w.asee musingly. -r
; .clear she was thus preparing for herself. the beautiful girl. m iCLt ,
ttT.0iCnT drew and 'sweat M I Dnlcie readily gained admittance on "I have plent10f money,-Toinetesaid, URAL onE that can comp with me for starching "Oi yes. ,He wanted U to save him

. -..,.:,... hand slender and. hite nearer as Dulcie's, extending a reaching the station-house. The prisonei later. There is no need deny Over the wide unknown, and slckue. Ime cucumber seed-''
", 'i.!tlf c. -OKiI4DRVILLARS' She did not take it, but shrank own back was lying. on a cot bed in a shabby little selves any real comfort. But we must Fartotheshores Ind, ,Ad thee was a time when he "It's flower seed he wants, ever s

trembling wIth a nameless sensation room.I- neither of us go out into the streets until On through the dark o, alone, though he looked particularly grand, it many kinds," interposed Katy
FATAL MISTAKE 'Don't be afraid of me." noticing the believe you are a friendless girl like the search for me is over. We are s much was wha he was dressed in his Sundaysuit "I never him any f-hat J
Like
the wind
, .,"'<*!>." I voluntary am actually gesture.Why curious hoald you be? I myself The ,dread Dulcie of said starvation in a.gentle voice.have alike taken even for you me.would" run a risk; you mightbe Into the a West fete, away blow, ( and mounted on his 'faithful whit know of; prom, suppose he cared forsmiysuch

..?"1-,., of my counterpart There to learn must the be sotS tempted you, to disguise yourself may, as it did 'She grew more silent and sel-absorb Sped by the breath of God; horse. He was trying to make up h thg" said Polly, a little spitefully -**

") : BY RliTT WINWOOD. explanation for such an astonishing like. me. i as the day wore on. Seeking the clearer day, mind whether he'oaht to step out & thought of Lucy Murray i

..;tr..1.' '. /- ness. .Let us get at the facts, if possible. The prisoner sprang up, stared at her a When darkness fell she said: Where only His feet have trod, call her the biggest simpleton in all ere connection with Ebenezer's flower gar
i' '':' What IS moment then Please send for the evening papers. Iwish ation off about business, when den" Then
broke
your name, most noble lord of out laughing. From the past tD ,the future wo sad, or go h ah adde meekly:
" "CnAPTERL3EI1G shreds and patches? Now I know you. You are my double. to look them over. Polly began talking-again in a tender, "You i t what I have
Daniel We slip from the leash of
Toinette
.C.,,'' .' A DOT The sneering tone filled Dulcie with dis Something told me at the first gUace, it brought half a dozn. kg chiding tone, her feelings had been left.IThe
:, LY mind is. mide tIp. may. She attempted to reply but the was not a boy's face. Sinoe you have dis- Boon found what she sought-a brief par Hall I Spirit of Freedom, h! hurc a i little girl received the seeds andbounded
!r- I will be a boy)" said words stock in her throat. Yielding to carded that ungainly attire you an more agraph relating to Guy Mandeville. Unfurl thine impalpable wings! :
p': Dnlcie. "Better that the sodden impulse that her wonderfully my real self than ever. It concluded in these words: "Oh, Ebeneer! how can you ask if I away, saving:
i f.than starvation." the turned and fled. csms.au What does it mean? Can you tell ma?* "The poor gentleman-was stunned by Receive u protect us, and bless lce you Jim Winters pack off "T.beds a all ready, and I'm t
the blow, but has sustained serioro who brave aU for thee. .
4$' She sat up in bed No.You. no i Thy knights to California just because I wouldn't Eben how to sow thentj"Then
. 11 t and pushed the gold. CHAPTER H. Arn name-- jury.covered.In" a few days he will b fully' Though death b thy soft caress have T Ruby try to back the came again:

,, [ en curls back from A FACET8 DEEM: Z1f1L3.. *"Is I Dvkia Toinette Dare.* Bitterly as she hated the man, Toinette By that touch shall our souls.be free. hi hizlf Ddn't I Oaks him IDidn't "I forgot I was to ask you whc&
her am We
Lynton.
'. flushed, excited day: Ma&deville was passing along the never heard felt relieved that the of his blood refuse Sun. the morning glory says you
face. An of each other until to-day, but twin sis. guilt was Onward and ever on! I Jerry Val onllt .e
city duet "
exquisite with
;' little creature,young, arm, when a timid a large voice package under his tire could not be more startlingly alike. not on her sou. Till the voice of despair is stilled; day, lust for you I l'Y wied told him they must go the window
said at his elbow To was haughty and condescending "I told him such
): I. _"',.... lovely, impulsive, her -Plense, sir, do yon want bundle Some day we must investigate this miracle. by turns, worming herself- ''the haven of peace i won between hop and despair all these years, never any thingbut
t dainty feet should have been crushing the na .- your I am glad you came. We will have long the And the purpose of God fulfilled. you ask !" there they a.
more into artless
.., sweetness from the roses instead of treading He started, and stared in amazement at talk. But before we begin I wish to see deeply But there was one gils'confdenc. And Polly covered her face wit her "Don't b in a hurry,Katy,"said Mrs.
the thorny path of poverty and want. the of myself in my accustomed attire. Take sert Columbia! Columbia! Men beheld the rise Carver "So Uncle
apparition a handsome lad, seemingly this and Dulcie never spoke; she did not tell her hands if to conceal either puyely. your
All night long the words of good Mrs some 16 purse buy whatever I will.need. goddess from the misty seal! a Eben married he?"
" years of A quizzical It contained of the handsome, manly face sketched by or her tears, but shortly she uncovered h gio c gt i .
Briggs' a lodger on the same floor, had lijjht came into hisboldTdark quite a sum of money in her own unpracticed hand next her Lady hope, sent from the skies, .
,
eye gold and bank notes. wor o her face and a pale though "Ye
been Jinging in her ears, and they filled Yes,' heanswerd The officer in pretty, ,
unhesitatingly girlish, impulsive heart. The nations worshiped thee ?
giving he

charge readily consented that the somewhat face it was and i going t marry 'noW
her first-waking thoughts. his purchases
.. parcel into the eager handa'ex should be mad.. A iso, seen only once, nearly two years Thy brow flashed with dawn's first care-wor there's a good girl.1*
"A boy can turn his hand to most any tended to receive it.You've before, in the crowded street but one she continued t
dropped ;
'thing. There's my Dan'el, just about down from heaven just in the nick of time? "The prisoner's offena. is not a very had never forgotten. light. "You.r very kind and thoughtful, "Don't know, but I guess mother
miss. Picks from fine pave one."hesaid. "Doubtless she will By foamy waves with stars bedight does. She told him she wouldn't make
own ,
your ago up ten my fellow.
. :>- young Here's a dollar for be detained Toinette never alluded to her own past Ebenezer, to ,ask me about fixing up
and
two
to fifteen dollars a week doing odd jobs.: your tr.Uble-come alon?." liberty. It is a day or then set at life, but evidently she'had been accustomed Thy blue robe floated free. house.- Where you've lived the carpets unless he told her ever so
ROOd move-to assume her 1
:But it isn't so easy for a friendless girl to DulcU clutched the bnght silver to She could you much. How it will have
luxury. :
piece every funny seem
proper dress. Your sister, miss? scarce Now let the sun ride high o'erhead, help a happy t
.earn her living in a great city like New but she followed the stranger reluctantly.: ly accommodate herself to such humble many years cn't big
Dulcie Uncle Eben married I""There's
; did not enlighten him. Per- the light from shore to shore! home for me but 1 might suggest one
York. What a pity you wasn't born A She had not observed before surroundings. At last Dulcie ventured to Driving ;
accosting her
boyl"Mrs.Briggs' him that he was both and strike forming mission as quickly as possi- say: His burning tread we do not dread, or two little improvements, seeing you your mother coming now
. was right A boy can run ugly handsome.It young ble She, she hurried back startled to the cell. "Your story must be full of interest. I For thou art evermore. asked me. You might just cart the rub with her bonnet t b tmme and sho

:errands, black boots, shovel coal, carry was now afternoon. She had sold was was fairly completed, and when she Toinette'8oilet stood arrayed have been hoping you would confide it Lady of love, whose smile shall bless bish out of the front yard-the swill- don't leave this t se tlb me."

parcels, cry papers, and a thousand othsiIhings more papers, ran several errands, and was in the close-fitting dark dress that- to me." Whom brave deeds win to barrel, and ash-heap, and grindstone, said Mrs. Carver.
which are not considered proper getting accustomed to her masquerading had been "Wait," Toinette answered, with an un tdee beds. "Just as though you didn't know
provided.The and such and make some
Whose the lost
tears -
up posy
for
employment a gul'Dalcie attire. Ev rything had I laugh. "Yon will learn about rtr.Ly "
gone smoothly rosebud month, the great, velvety pleasant a seeds and have said Mrs Rice, answer
had pondered the woman's words since the of these got lots of J ou can ay. i t
lad
encountering so like herself :blue the me one dys. of hope thou art I We wait Ive
eyes dimpled, girlish face
until seemed burned her brain. and she of and all-important "In't
they upon was beginning to find an pdd sortof framed in She was ful and caprices.One ]. some 'em-holyhok ch. queston
'
clustering, golden curls, thy serena common
were
She was weary, jaded and despairing, enjoyment in the novel situation. all the exact of Duloie's of was to procure street suits Wit courage asters, and marigolds, ad doble bride-elect. told J11"
having tramped the streets from dawn till But it all counterpart own! for herself and unknown seas toward undreamedfate pp "Of shouldn't have
was gone in a moment. Hex How beautiful you are!"she exclaimed, Dnlcie precisely alike. Tough pies, and sweet.wilm. and CU nt t
Bark for many successive days in search head drooped, her heart beat fast, and her The evening the dresses were brought clocks, They'll aik you. .
of work, often without breaking her fast. footsteps lagged. Involuntarily.Toinette home, as they were trying them on before We ask thy guiding hand. morg-glore you'llhave "Oh, well, 1 mustn't tell, but I

,Always the same answer at shops, stores, "Why are you hanging back?" Guy Man. wonderfully alike. Fate has the little cracked mirror, she said abruptly On! Though sails quiver i the gale, want to to go by the pigtrough., ad will say, PoU ta.,, and Mrs. Rice spoke
mills and houses: "We have for deville move
no use a impatiently demanded. : Teno
"Watching willed
that life Thou the cannot fail.
at
girL If you were a' boy, now, we might your chance to make off with my posses- and me our about yourself.paths cross.* Sit her "I'm tired of hiding here like a rat in a On to God's helm square room would b more Ue something mischievously "loa'r very xng.
::' -'give you something; to do. sions-you young rascal tel hole. To-morrow I shall set out to seek tenUe stand if it had a cat and .ofa anda Plenty of girls would jump te

Alas! too often the'cold word of refusal "Oh, no, sir." Dulcie Artless and unsuspecting as a child, my fortune. You and I are like sisters; Lady of beauty! Thou shalt win picture or two, center chance to marry Eben and leave the axing
"
. "Wai accompanied by gratuitous insult. Come up,then. Keep close beside me." had been told her simple story. How she we should not be separated. Will you Glory and power aid length of and, above all, curtains for the win up till afterward."
I LTbi, morning, as the sunshine, stream- "Have you far to go, sir?" brought up by a woman she called" with me?" g dy "Whitdoyoumeanl Oh, how I
I :::'. tog through the uncurtained window on Only a few sonares. I've paid like a "aunt, who was really no relation; how Dulcie consented. She had a buoyant The sun and moon shall b thy k dows. !" a

, '" .>:.t.*r face, awakened her, a sudden thought prince. Come along.Dnlcie :- .. Mrs. Ryan had struggled to give her an nature and lounged to be in the bustle of The stars shall sing thy praise. "You haven't got many de I Insulted
1: ,.mime like an inspiration, and the torpid felt ashamed of her hesitation. education, and of the woman's death six active life; and her attachment for Toi- Lady of joy, lady of beauty, lady of love, s'pose, but I'll bring a host. gt And Polly drew herself up proudlyand .
blood began to course more swiftly in her What was there to fear? So, staggering months before, leaving her friendless and nette was deepening every day. allhaiir two whole sets of blue stoneware, angrily* ,

'''ems.Wby under the weight of the bundle, she kept penniless in the world. Twenty-four hours later the two girls, Now onward b thy ways. except the besides the a "Why I didn't you a to hv him

.. can't I be a boy- pace with the strange gentleman. closely Tied, left their humble quarter of a slopbowl YoU'" seen ii[ he'd,1 up at t suit
:; Starvation stared her in the face. Her Stealing a swift glance into his dark CAPER IlL just as gray twilight was settling down Lo, clan on clan, the world's great nations part gt chs set youl"
'em I house
F 'Ideas upon moral matters were somewh face, she detected there a look of sneering DULCIE'S NEW :RE' followed by the blessing and good wishesof Gather t b ONE! ge. "at pnt I never I never told him so,
1 '. 'vague. In the struggle for bread she had triumph. Presently Guy said: The following morning Toinette Lyntonwas weeping Mrs. Brgg and threaded one Clasp hands, a brothers, 'neath Columbia's ing, sW so brown a "No knows d what's more Iwouldn't
braved nearly every danger. So when Le "Is this how you earn living my young sitting alone in her cell-like room street after the Jersey City shield- for a white one. Then we'll want a ; ,
strongest'' temptation of her young l.fe friend-carrying parcels and running errands when the sound of footsteps and the abrupt Ferry just as a boat was about to leave the : extension table, so when Betsy and her : marry Ebenezer Stcknel1 he
r" 'came' to her, Dulcie yielded almost without -I ?" unclosing of the door caused her dock. Upr her banner t the shining sun! children visit u they can sit down. was the last man on e ad you may

t a struggle. Yes, sir" ; that is, I'm just making a be to lift her heavy-lidded eyes. "I shall feel safer when we have left Along her blessed shore, Don't be dear Ebenexer; I tel him so," and up to her
.. She arose, dresed!': herself, then looked ginning. "I've found time New York behind said Toinette ofende little to her vexation
you just in said a leading One one song:, one dream- i shouldn't all 'this, for the own room cry away
into her purse. A solitary dime glit.eredamong Humph I It can't be very pleasant or :low, winning voice. "You were always her companion to the rear of the cabin, heat I and
i"J". its meshes. 'While she was debating very remunerative. Perhaps I can help cold and haughty, but at last I where they were quite by themselves. Man shall free forevermore. word, but you know you asked me. ge.
$ whether to spend it or to Luugry, yon to something better." hope you will Toinett word of wel "Now," she added, as they seated themselves And love shall be supreme! nezer didn't know whether he
t : 'a'IOU rat-tat-tat came at the uour. "Thank you, sir; but I do not wish to come." "I can satisfy your curiosity and Harriet Monroe. ought to be offended or not. He was -"Polly, come here, quick," said Mrs.

:;J.. Mrs. Brings stood in the hot, narrow Lall, mke any change," Dulcie answered with Toinette sprang up,a gleam of anger in i tel you something of my own story.. r flattered and yet morfe. Carver, one brght morning, as she sat;
.bel..good-humoreJ face wreathed iu flushing cheeks. her eyes. i iSo | was too dark for Dulcie to see the her pocket and sewing in "Ebeaezer is
put
;j smiles.! "Not if I put in tho of making i AN ODD COIJBTSHIP.BT Poly t wdoW.
1' you way you have taken the trouble to curious, gleaming light in the girl's beautiful her handkerchief and with fine atiddieIn
"My breakfast is just ready: dear, aacl a fortune?" me here, Guy Mandeville!* she see eyes. brought out coming te r a I
r. : :i'"laid a plate for you. Dan'el was uji.tad -Ko, sir." claimed. e- "Where are we going she asked, it came her tatting shuttle and thread. his new buggy, dre i brand new

:;. away an hour ago. Business is rush- "So you are not ambitious throwing "Yes; your guardian sent me to New vaguely uneasy. HELENA DIXON. The sight of these brought her mind suit, too. Well, he'mgher

::1, In'-h. has half a dozen jobs ahead. back his head with a loud laugh. York in quest of you. Poor child! you "That must be determined when you q back to the sober realities of life. *It after his new at likely. _

'! .'I'" a fried slice of Irishman's ham "Strange. Most lads in your situation must have passed through strange vicissi have heard my story and know what I OLLY WIGGINS was stitch, stitch, stitchwith pouc Poly Polly got Ih and sat with
, :that'was a 'strake of fat and a strake of would jump at a chance to better them- tudes. Such a terrible place for you to be wish you to do. My guardian. Major L and Ebenezer from morning to night, with no'one them folded In her lp she
.U:lane. There's coffee, and bread, and selves. in! But I've come to release youtakeyou Yillars, is a man of high social position, she t how much owed fig
her for her
Stickney were love or care up
. hard-biled eggs-a breakfast fit for a queen. Presently thy reached Fifth Avenue home." residing at a country seat about twenty a merte Ebe
r' 'Ifi a sin to sit down to such a feast alone, Hotel, Guy Mandeville's, destination. "I want none of your help. I decline to miles from here. He is a ,.hard tJ7' both native resi- So she sat down ,with her t "Put up Poly I'didn'tcm.

.' 'IO',1'Te. made bold, to come for you, Dulcie paused on the step, and with ready go with you." man. He separated me from him I love, c. ffjidents of Port ., bushes, and when Ebenexer knew by the for them, but for _
; .. ::1Du.' presence of mind thrust her bundle "Major Villars is half crazed. Think and would have forced me to wed a Ryer a small low sobs that reached him tht she w "Come for Polly F* exclaimed M

:- '.."Tsirs: came into Dulcie's beautiful eyes; into the hands of a servant who was just how we both have grieved over your sud- I hate.. Flight was my only wretc. hi .. crying, he let go the carefully, Carver, in utlct

.:- she readily saw through the good woman's passing. den disappearance" came to the city and adopted the strangedisguise -village on the northern so not to disturb her, and walked off come for you.
\.1rwirent artifice., Gay gave her a black look, bat it Her scornful laugh rang out,cutting the in which you first saw me. shore of Lake a "Y.Po"said yotfd on
marry
.ma
home.
-Yon are!very kind, dear Mrs. Briggs. I changed instantly. He caught her hand, sentenc short "Now listen closely, Dulcie. I mean to A ., you
'4'Ie you more than I can ever repay al- a winning smile played about his lips. "Don't trouble yourself to make pretty turn our startling resemblance to account.Will r:;; Eiie. Ebenezer was He lay awake until long after midnight certain conditions. I fc"T'<" compliedwith

'"ready. Still you continue to bestow on Few couldresist that smile. speeches Guy Mandeville. I know how you go to Bonnyview Hall and remain .forty.fe, a mier .. tat night. Hi thumb pained him a your requirements,.and Sow Ivraat

f"f. ,aeoutof your 110Tel ty." "Don't leave me. I'm deeply interested to value your solicitude and my guardian'sat there 8 Toinett Lynton until my I abachelcr but hI sleeplessness w not you to fulfill your promise.", ,
: I-: .; "Law,, miss!,as though it wasn't pay in you. Come into the hotel and tell m< its true worth. You would be glad, lover comes over the sea, and I ambishappywife 4 from choice. Poly caused wholly by that BUcney.I never-"
"
;4 ,*nough see your sweet face at my table.. all-8.loat yourself. indeed, to get me into your hated clutches ?" I was a maiden of thirty-seven He was thinking of the time, M. Polly, said softly J
.' :Do I reel Did he suspect? A thrill of feai I would started many "Buh Ebe.
come a bit lonesome now my deeper again. But rather seekrefugeamong The girl ana for a moment
',t;; 'Dan'el's cone4 ." shot through Dulcie's eart. Without sword the outcasts of Blackwell's Island could not utter a word. everybody declare that was her age, years back, when Poly Wiggins, thn a u his arm aud he waist' ,

; <' .Dnlcie folio wed the woman into a shabby she broke away and darted down the than retu to my luxurious home in your The plan has been unfolding in my though all .-seen an J read these words rosy girl of eighteen, was very to. while Betsy glided from the r; "call

;title room, as bare and comfortless as her steps.Guy's. company. mind for days, though I waited until the by Polly's own fingers in the, sand on the him. He remembered hoW had gone me Ebenexer, dear Ebenezer, and make
own;in the center of which stood a table first impulse was pursuit, but the '.Still obdurate!" he exclaimed. "Whatkave present moment before speaking of it. beach, times without number Polly to Dame Chad wick's "apple-cut" one meaebppyuyou1d that day on the

f- ;ne gerly spread. street was full of people, and he thought I done to deserve your hate?" Now you will understand why I brought Fidelia Wiggins, aged twenty.three.Ebenezer .". eight with Jim Winters, and that she beach. I heard you, Polly-beard all

t ;''Tbe coarf fare tasted very sweet to the better of it. Approaching a policeman, he As there was no reply, he continued, you here. Having once broken loose lived all alone in a lonely flirted with him all the evening. He re- you said, and Fve happier since
', ::1a&lf.l1arved girl. Bieakfast over she said, hurriedly: after a pause: Irom the old life you would feel less b '
'aid, bravely: "You see that lad with the pink and "I will be perfectly frank, Toinette. You to turn back. It is a luxurious house near the mi; Poly lived with her mebere too, how angry and jealous than ever before. ,o things

\ "Mrs. Briggs, I have a favor to ask of while face? It's a girl; I know hor. I owe your arrest to me; it is useless seek tempt which I would send you No sister, and was only milliner, dressmaker was it, and that he treated her and CeY ., The elder i will

you. who have always been so kind to me." want to punish her-teach her a lesson. ing to conceal the fact. "I alone can set more hard work, coarse fa or cheerless and gener seamstress the place coldly and never sought t woo her after at his house t unite us, and nra
'
.A. favor? Why, bless your dear heart, Arrest ber for appearing in he street in you free. I fancied a night spent in this attic chambers. You wil wear silks and could boast of. that. o friends a there t witness ceremony
there's nothing I wouldn't willingly do for male attire. Take her to the nearest" sta place would bring you to your senses. I laces, have servants at your beck and call. One afternoon when the sun was He made a resolve at last, and then take our,wedding dinnerat
4; )'on." tion-house; I'll look after the rest. knew you the instant you stepped up and Play your part and the impostu h 'We ,
wel forget
down over the hills closed his and went and
c "I know it, daar, kind friend. Will you All right sir." offer to carry my bundle. A daring will not be so a suspected. I streaming Polly eyes t aept ou ow hU weDUm',
lend me those for a day or two?" Every word reached Dulcie's ears. Stag thing t d. Your disguise was ,clever, "And you?" Daloie'svale lips uttered. i threw aside the shirt she was making for dream of tables of aU knd to invite !ad the children', lor the

,Her slender little hand touched a suit of gering a few steps further on, through the but the .of love are Keen." Toinette laughed softly. Ebenezer Stickney, and taking her sis.. and pictures, and blle and rolls extention table 1 prYde" '.

clothes Daniel had outgrown, which huns hurrying crowd, she sank, half-fainting, Toinette's lip curled. Though readily "My fate will be a happy one. Releve ter's children, went down on the. beach of carpeting, and poppy and Tht last was teasingly,*

.Ottfthe white-washed wall. A suit allosrci in a low, dark doorway. guessing how he had deceived himself, she from"any fear of Major Yillars' espionage, for a walk. Half an hour afterward seed by the bushel b pie mld pr ad Polly h her blushing face oa h ?

and patches, though neat and clean. What followed seemed like a dream. said nothing. I shall wai patiently for my lover to Ebenezer was walking in the same direc miscuously in his front bosom,
1m. While she crouched there tremblingly, a "I have interviewed the officer in charge. t muu
Briggs stnred at her a moment, When "
return we are married had been from the house dent
frm tion. He kept the he was giving a
then voice reached her raised in abroad away ct "D"Ebe
> a look of intelligence flashed into her haughty ears, Consent to go with me quietly and these in delightful t "
our spent some
,round;'gray eye'?. indignant protest. door will fly open at my bidding. This nook far from here." mill all day by a felonwhich neither hot whit paint. "We te s you go and get ready
away "
... Poor dear! Yes, take 'em and wel- "Let me go. How dare you lay your vile episode can be kept secret from the world. Seizing Dulcie's cold, trembling hand lye nor lemon, nor half a dozen poultices he was stretching and tko aY mention it again.
; .eome. ,!'in sorry it's come to this, but I hands on me?" You a my promised wife, pledged to me she kissed it imploringly. could drive from his thumb. down a in the garret, tadHe Two hour later Ebaer. led, his
:- Can't find it in my heart to bhme you. A.woman's voice, clear as a silver bell. by your worthy gard. It is useless t "It is in your power to make me very He walked along over the shingly crpt with'a croan. He must wife proudly fur

I And here's a cap that'll just fit your pretty Dnlcie raised her head and was amazed to struggle against you come?" happy, dear friend. Will you not do it?* beach, hplding the afflicted thumb ten- haTe been hammering away at hit sore rooms, and a more' loving bride

-too-kead small, and for a pair my of Dan'el shoes now that, and are a collar miles struggling see the lad in the so rude singularly grasp of like the herself policeman. Hi, bending voice quivered over wt. real passi, Great ply tears as she sprang answered to Dulcie'spretty' sobbingly deny in his palm.At thumb, for it was throbbing and acting groom Die or a happier bride could not have. ,

*' used to wear of a Snndiy.' I might Her mysterious -counterpart had pressed a kiss upon her crimson lips. : length. through an opening in a terribly. Sleep was out of the qutl been found.-NesvYork Weekly. '

have sold them things to the Jews but the appeared on the scene just in time to meet The stolen caress maddened her. Her "I could never, never carry on such cluster of ciders, he discovered Polly now, so Ebenezer got up and a -_ "
j ,Lord> must have told me to keep 'em the fate intended for herself, whole frame shook.with anger. Thrusting deception." Wiggins. It was a raw day in early candle and walked the bare floor t A Nemos Wreck. .
; '.--purnose for Lock the door miss "Come and be locked up,.you ragamuf. him buck with all her strength she '
you. "You refuse? but for all that Polly's was daylight, why he
spring,
t. ,u a 111 help you to dress. Anything to fin," angrily cried the mistaken officer. glanced wildly around and saw a heavy rung "I to grieve- disappoint h wondering h "I believe that Ii 2*, potsible! t km a
sorry and Felt and
a you off and she was bowing gesticulating, so >lonely u "
Sara an honest livin'-them's my senti- "I'll teach you to take that tone with me. lying on the floor: where it had fallen on But I cannot a lie bfor thnk. nervous m without touching him,
ments." "What have I done?" becoming' loosened from one of the stout sprang lie up,with a hoarse, pas and apparently engaged in earnest con- he bad never t abahelor's said N. W. at the .
: A few minutes later the metamorphosis "Done, my little lad-my girl, I mean! oaken chairs. Toinet. versation.. life was a wretched one "Some years n Le

*18 .complete. Dnlcie stood befOle the Don't J ou know you've violated the law by Like a flash, it was in her ga.Brandishing !sionat-Crel have sealed my doom! 'Polly i either going crazy or else she's A few days after her walk on the old One night I out te.
,Irttle cracked mirror between the windows, putting yourself in boy's clothes? Come it furiously aloft, it I will not gl,1ou ." trying perform like them theatre beach Polly sat knitting in her sister'sbest tha 8a.did .the hotel
folk not
,and carefully tucked away her golden along. down with resounding force upon the head Before Dulcie divined her intention she we saw when we took that room, when that lady came in from bY ae gt t
: >tnrU under the boy's cap, leaving exposed And the great strong man drew the culprit of her precutor. had darted to the railing and,leiped the had for roll dllght ,I feebg-peUy
,only a few cluster.ng rings of that exuuis- in the direction of the station house. He log. The girl hung over lightly over it. There was a shudderingcry Buffalo. strwhitherIhe gone a 'rocky. ly u a
lt tint the old masters loved to paint. Dulcie scarcely dared breathe until the him for a few breathless sends, as if a sullen splash, and the horrified girl So saying, Ebenezer crept cautiouslyup of buttr. and I .Iano humor for_any foolish-
: .Lord little crowd had disappeared and Guy dazed. Her were closed. She saw to the bushes. ,He alive, PoUy, will never
miss,you're a deal too hand.-ome eyes reached the side of the boat just in season intervening par "Ske you neat. I wat about step into' .
"Jrboy::1-! Mrs. Briggs exclaimed, kissing Mandeville, chuckling audibly at the success great clots of blood gathering slowly in to see the dark waves close above Toinette's ted the bushes carefully_ and bleTe it! Ebenezer Stcneyl turning the la t
f the'$" cl"ks. "But you can brave it !' of his ruse, enteied the hotel. the region of the temple."He's golden head.It through,chuckling to himself pere, everything,inside ad upside down a feW oD.ci,1t
,uv-I she from her hiding- dead! I have killed him!I- plunged dow frm ,upper
; Then emerged a
} reckon. You must hold head all happened in a moment. The boat .wow
your while the in his thumb at his painting the house
lip,be L*any and impudent, end look folks place and hurried through the sunlit She felt no remorse only a dull torpor. swept steadily on toward the opposite light, pain was houo. Teyr and struck I,h head at mI'Cetlpt
traIht in streets back to the shabby attic room in She sound without: nothing to entirely he watched Polly outside, and whitewashinginside blood
the eyes. And may the Lord hear no shore, Dnlcie strained her eyes .and forgotten a ppragad tering ad br al me
'U.with you!" the rickety old tenement house. man's heavy fall had been noticed. peered wildly into the water, but that was go through one her surprising bows. and Jm Black there came near away. ] ,
'. ';-T'", the sun never shone on a boy half "I will never masquerade again!" she glimpse she had of her rash, im.petuous Bat the broad smile disappeared from clearing out the yard.. didn't think m* dress started down c

JO' beau iful as wan Dulcie, when she sobbed, hurriedly throwing off the bor-' Suddenly glance fell upon a hat and companion.She the listener's face, leaving a look of blank much about all tht for the Lord knows I a children playing on the
trip4; down the rickety stairs into tho rowed garments and resuming her own at- scarf Dulcie had purchased the afternoon tried to shriek for help, but could he heard Polly say: the place but just I I left lo ar building and the
Km, Ul-unelling street. Her heart beat before. utter no sound. Even her limbs were atnihmeut. rf o fou-at ,
I consent to the store what should in front of "
tire.When Stickney stop
: fast- "Uh the novel sensation of being Mrs Briggs entered presently, "There may be time to she nub and, The bumping of "Ye Ebneze sight wore felt certain.that .
other- than herself her Daniel's clothes, rolled into a bundle, muttered, her face lighting escap. the boat pweres. rowed her fiom marry you on fou condition \e mler's gt but two loads of brand- some would filtoL'Justul

;' Ah1' the murmured, drawing a long were thrust out of sight behind a chair, In a moment she was ready to go. Guy a sort of stupor. .She brushed her hand He saw her glance timidly, not at the new Then said" I t mp.that w patting the building I. heard the ,
breathI shalt no longer feel afraid of and Dulcie sat weeping at the window. had closed the door, but i was not locked. across her forehea whiskered face among-the bushes, but at means something. I spoke I children scream, "Look

bodillB jostled and slated at by rude men "I wish I'd never put them on," cried She encountered no in the corridor, "Too Oh my God! Toinette I a stump; then, a if she had been asked : Brown about it, and we both say there's' ou.jsadthinezt anele, -'
.;: ,..- I Ii the girl, her sobs bursting out afresh. and only a strange man in the 1 who, drowned. No will avail her now." what those conditions were, she wenton : a wedding ahead." old 'struck the apparently
r Mkmge) way to the Herald baillinll, Mrs. Briggs looked at the.heap of silver taking her for a visitor, to She alone had witnessed the traqfo Mrs..Betsy Carver was excited-over | a,,.e' on Q!
4ihe Invested her dime in morning papers, on the table and sighed. pass unchallenged.Like scene. lake one in a dream she mingledwith : 1 sidewalk wt a foot of 'm
.Wof .which were quickly told. Tole -It must have been a great trial, poor one in a dream, Toinette fled the crowd pouring from, the "You must quit wearing that snuff- this piece oi news tht she did not noti bounced t street.. It.was only a

""Mhepiofitwas very small, bat every dear. But don't cry. Here's money along th* bustling street. cabin. std colored, pigeon-tailed coat that your how pale Polly grown, nor bdtmble | big dell I was sick for.a "
tIII7' COUi.i.e. enough to keep you several days. My "I have killed h she kept repeating. Just a she n the dock intoa grandfather was married in. You must s that she dropped halt te i -8 I. b we

"lDCoUraged by success, Dulcie g-ew Dan'el ain't nowhere beside you for picking "Soon my crime be known-the officers stream of )' stepp a strong hand smoke cigars, if you can't live without stitches off bet knitting! needle. Bh L: GloD0..
',lIo1cler. and was casting about hr foi up the dimes. It must have been all of the law hunting me eTrhe." clutched he and a strange voice hissed smoking, ,instead of always having rattled away '
lhing else to do when her rtle-l face." in her tat Tie of tka Taclfle.
!I frt: because of your pooty AU at once came the ear:
t' ;.I'Ca'fell, uron a !slender, Ind leaning Long after the good woman went away She hd learned the girl's address. She "At las my runaway ward! 'I ''lying old, black, Dutch pipe in your "I reckon I know who h l many .could '. 'bare
If the Pacific be laid
14I bat lamppost, wfio in dress and ap7 Dulcie sat thinking deeply of what had go there and hid herself. in you. Come with me, Toin.tt Ten you must shave off thos old-fash That bre faced Murray lb we
..%I*e&ranee was almost the exact counter- .occurred. It was impossible to forget the "If it cornea to ,*,she thought.I to my cairiage. You won't find so east grizzly-trray whiskers, and'raise a right in front of him every tm h p, should bays a most ringular;spectacle. .

P't of herself. : I poor creature shut within the dreary walls will save myself by accusing her of th to slip. tough my fingers another time.To :mustache, and quit riding that dingy- t Vitoriat church. There would bsanumberotmountaInsultbtrua '

.The lovely dimpled face. the darkly of the station-house. crime." [ Bl CONTISVtD.] white, bobtailed, mean looking, racka- cap st h these two yean'Sallysays ;' at.d 0f:1t.:
:; Ip'l
M' vin*eyes, the yellow locks e..caping from "That man was right, she told her' She had grown quite ca. Her lps of a horse everywhere you go, and and at lt she's trapped h" and those appearance
-ths close-fitting cap, even the patched and self. "The prisoner must be a young girl curled disdainfully as on.g bne down flushed the reverse of
Conundrums. coat tails hanging to was just .
u
Ibbby like whom want or danger has street and climbed your PoU.s pt
clothes myself
4 were repeated as in a mirs the shabby t dal.datd
.rot! .It was as though Dulcie's own ghot driven into that strange disguise." the How- did Henry v differ f cover' h rb too. That old pigeon- made no reply,but bent on' ed b U 1t:'we: sor"

g j Ha4 risen suddenly to confront her in this It mattered little whether the handsome .aU- lead othermenasasuitor tailed look bad enough any her work, nervously ti up .t o : ..ro nWm on .

i"-: Wuecustomed garb. stronger knew the poor soul, as he had Dulote opened the d. There was a wives and axed them h time, but ten tmes worse when .you're. stitches she had dropped.If : shore are, Covee&It1iwegetationat.: : ,,

,..,The boy seemd dated: for a moment claimed, or note Dulcie felt responsiblefor tare of amazement drew her unexpected What was Joan of ard ,of? on horseback. she love Ebeneier'Steb her their bates,'wh t.tops are barren.
.tit a strange expression flitted over his her arrest, since it was the result'of visitor into the room sister did it. covered these momn- '
,
. Maid of ,Orle What killed her? Ebenezer looked enough now, suspect Kaiy or t .
at their eyes ,met;"and ho sail with a an unfortunate resemblance. But for theioliceznan's You free. I 1 gla sobr :would. .bareat ; ;
!Q d laugh: blunder she might have,been "Hide a me,", a 'sinking Too much le and hug his.head a scolded bpj.He Rice, Ebenexer's little niececamm iaT taint perfectly' : t I -

iJ not anticipate tho pleasure of in her place. into?* chair "gp discharged, but When did O aft go t the Irish? wa very proud of his personal ap. "Please, Hiss Polly, Uncle Eben ,seat bam, ,and'
R m 01 n>y own double.. Ugh! It After mature deliberation she decidedit my escape. Wen he 'te Re and wet ,p ran e-, and often aid to himself: he down. after the: seeds you :said-he would be covered with :.

,J't...,. e1lh, : io make one's flesh creep. Few was her duty to befriend the unknown mae. offered no other exlrto but i bak t bridge it arranged_ collar befcrt toe glass: could Wve.I .tion.cf coaal. is.-TBIid'{ti

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BRADFORD COUNTY 1EcRpIL VAcl1IoTo I). C., November) C..- Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Orc-u t of

; ; installed Florida, Bnulforrt (ronnty.-Ia Cbancery:
The d-inocral* have only one
= CtlSlJTU2de d1cusio.i us to deaths in Elizabeth LavrteyV8. GIALVAREZ

; -ruBLisnn) WKEKLY vSTittKE.BitADFOUI T the WliUe'Ilfinsulins IK-CII tvotcd by the president lnce Grunt was president but I IErastni 1L
) COUNTY,KLOnil'A -
J O. Hill:!, Thomas J. Biirrin. Max Stern
ii --- rm-iit ch.qrlse of Ura. Iiaruk im. und the their candidates have three limes received Josn A. liediiineton. Janws II.-poss, Ervin

I.OWt3B.CdtorandPubIirr.. follows: In 1876 Til- Whitney, Davi-.l vU. 2J, Jaraea A. SherBian -
ft plurality yule itS
j Iei is rK-aTi-d 'Jliat she witS oidy the scc- and! Albert E. JiiUVr.U .

o-id w-fe of a pres-idcnt who died there, dun's vole was 4.284,88.), Haves' 4.083.- being/ uiarte to sppe-Jr by the afa avit of
iiitsc--i---; L&t; Thomas E. I'-ufg; cf>ni-l.-\ina"t's solicitor, that
-VXAU, tiy! oll'u-r l M'-z Mrs Tyler. The first 950. lit 1SR4 Cleveland's vote wus 4.811. the above-naaecl d-fr i.ilisnts. Max Stem. JoephA.

017. Blai.iu's 3M4s.334In If88 Cleveland Rwl.1injtf-n. Jatn. II FOBS. Ervm B. Whit- "Will Sell at Unhsard-oi Prices
deith which occurred nt the executive
.
E'6fer'I .1r-n4ii' go -j rh ner, iJavM Floyd. 3-1, James A. Sherman tV1
7 -' ir.aiibion ti.tt! >f I'rcidenL'ihijmm! received 3.530.21;}. Harris.ni 5.44U.703."Ore : Albert E. Mliler, are rn>n resMents of the State
;' the lt OJ! Sia7. 1Ziv., :iriid was < ofFbo-idannt that they are o-ich over the agt

t7'f4' ;T.ittrI lit my llaiiiMin. grandfather of the present of twenty on touc! of nature in.ikcs the whole residence and postofflce Wr'-ses are respects BUTTOHSvANYTHIHG If! BUTTONS
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: : I iu-itibuit. which occurred on the ively as follows: Mas htcru resides in the con u- GLOVES ,

(. : nicrnirg of April 4. lt'4K just one month world kin." Mr. Cleveland wu union;; ty of Chatham, sUt of Oeorgia whose post- ,
I condolence the office ailJress is Savcniili. Georgia; Josepn A.
nficr his inauguration. Mrs Lcliti-i the first t9 tclegtiiph lo JUKldington resides ia the county ot CVrjheRa,

wife of president. The national republican cam- Slate: or Ohio, wiio-e postotflce aildrefs i> Clevehn1 For the Next 10 Days! -
Tyler referred to ub'ivi', the first ohio; Jame }f. ross resides ia SuiTulic

Pivs-ident Tyler who wus elected vice- pai n coiumUtcc; issjue-.i an address ndvising county, state of Mas achu-etrs, whose po'toffics
Mrej j-s Winthrop. Ma.-sacliJretts: Ervia B.
of nil and
president with General Harrison and succeeded the suspension parades: AVhitney reside in jlidilles-x count/, stare of3Iassaclins

noisy pirly deniotiMratioirs unlit altar the -tt- who him ns ('ImittXeeuuhiV&', died in Celebrated
.> -. Mas.NachUM; David Fl.yd, 2.J. reu-Iths The
the White House September 10. 1842. burial of .Mrs Harrison. Boards of trade Absolutely Pure. In Suffolk ec.unty.sate of M issacbusctts. whose
Marine rMi-toS1i-t; atldres ia % inthrop. Massachusetts;
The third death: was that of I'nRident paused 10 express sympathy.; A cream of tart r baki'-.fj pow'lor. Hi liest of Jar.ics A. Sherman resides In I'hrthire county

: While and school fl.tjrs dropped :U half masl. all) In leavening strength.-Latett U. S Govern I i stare of New Hampshire whose postoff'.ee ad- '
Z.ichaiy Tayloi. wio entered the t di.ss is Keone, New Harup,l.ire, anal Albert E.
Food STOCKINGS
vient
Papers groaned under their bunions of Report. 3Ijlhr, re siilpH in Norfolk ountv, state of flassa- BOY'S'
House .March 4, lt>49. and lived only ROYAL BAKI.VO Powncti Co.. lOG Wall St X. Y, I
c-hu'-tms. whose >flke acIJresa ia Xeedhaui
There i hs beauty I posit ,
I solt-phrased eulogy. a
I' until July 9. IbaO. WiMie the second I 31ic
I and American that is It is then-fore ordered that the above named
I' s-itrngth Zn sorrow Notice of Town Election.TOTICE .
tilts 'f President Lincoln, died at the executive -feiidants. Max Stern, Jo-eoh A.Keddington,

I I man i'in i in Feli tm ry. 18 2, at the nut equalled elsewl.eteWe are a repub. "\ m is hereby given that an election will i Jjmc- H. F.ss, Ervin Whitney DivM Flovd Doubled Toed Heeled and Kneed.
lie uf through \\hoi.i runs one i> be held i'i the! t-nvu of Krarte. Hra soveicigns
time when ''lad another son of the c-Hiuty. State ot FlorMa. on Saturday, lite 17cli : hi*. ud they and .-acl* cif them are herebvj
jrreat syinpuhe'ic nerve- Our merey is day 01! DeeeuilMT, A. D. IS"0-J, j reqiiireil ti plead, aiis-.ver or demur to the Dill ofi
: : -- : H' prechlent, lay dan.-rerouslv ill. FicdeiickT. For a.'Inyor.Fora i complaint: lilwl in this ctiusd on or before ihe
I Dent, the father of Mrs. (U, S Grant not btraincd. but falls as gently as the Marshal. Fift.'i'lay of U' finbcr, A. I). 1802
; IT'S Gicovim ( U'VELN1). I dew.-Ex. For JV C'li-rU, or the said bill will to taken as confessed against
who \7as it meiiib-r of the presidential For a Treasurer. them.
For a Tax As- .ssor. It is further ordered that a copy of Infa order
family from the IIKC General Grant cn- be li.:ied in the Bradford TFLEOIAPH,
Victory For three AMenn pul> County OOS !
lerywJsere-Great Re lercdthe White I IIousv. died there DCcimlwr -- 13ise-1: on |the vole for Mitchell with the In witness v.-iiert-of 1 hereunto set n'y Jiamlnnd i weekly newspaper published in Starke, Brad LAIK RES

joicing.Grovir same apportionments as herelofore the afHx the steal m.f std town tUrd (hay OfNocenibe' ford County, Horid.i, oi.ce a wet-U for (our con
15, Ib73. The last death preceding -, A. D. !S9. Ef-cutive weeks precec'infr' the date above n en-
I Ciovtlatnl lias been elect vtl occurred New next dcmociatic convention in Florida COMER L. PEES. tlonrd. Done and ordered by me this 24th day of
Unit of Mrs. Hanismi at n
Nov. 4th 11 Mayor of Starke.'WORLI'S October. A, V. is.-::. VV. T. WEEKS.
)resident of Ilit Untle.l States Year r i crept ion held by President Arthur will have the following delegates: [SEAL] Clerk Circuit Court.
( [ by :i Alachua 15 B.iUer. 2 Bradford, 7; lire- By N L>. WAIVBIOBT, Deputy Cierk. Inducement
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when the minister tu I the FAIR ALBUMS Special
January 1. 18KJ. I hereby certify ;hat the above and foregoing
: very large inajoriiy. J Kej.ortstiro: Jutted Sates from Hawaii was smitten yard 4; Calhoun 2; Cinus. 3; Clay, 4; is a true and correct copy of the original order -.

discHSpf time Columbia. 8: Datle. 3 DuSoto. 6; Duvul. Given Away by tiie C. II. & I) ., of! publication in Said cause a'4 s now on
iLl sufficient to -Oiow that there i is no with iH-iivt and fulling to ; file i:. my oiilce. V. T. WEEKS.
lloor expired before medical aid could 16; Ebcambiu. 21; Franklin, 3; Gadsdea.tG the "\V ipItl s Pair Ioute' [ SKAL.] Clerk Circuit Court.
possible doubt of Ins e'eetion. reach lUll From Cit:<:iniati.A By N. p. \VAISRIGIIT. D. C.Notice..
- .Many ; Hamilton. 6; Ilernando, 3 o; Hillsborough FOR THE NEXT TO DAYS
Neither President! Lincoln o* Piestdent! i iOaifield mnsnificent albumin of World's Fair: :

- .;tatcs that hate liven cniisiJcre ilii-d at the White lloufe, rie =pi'e | 2; Homes 3: Jackson. 12; Jefferson views* hits been publuhed( by the L'. 11. SI .

doubtful si<)n Ll time coul rary. 24; LaFayelle. 4; Lake. 11 1 ; I which will 1 be teiil *to any address .MIrcceip" I N Circuit Conrf. Fourth Uradford Judicial Circuit.of .
Jiavo into 1 Stw Fiurlda, Couny.iaChnn&
jjrnotfullyUIIK I'H'sidciil I Lincoln died i inn residence on Leon, 15; Levy, 5; Liberty 1 ; Mudi.iuii. of 10 cen'.H: i in sian.ps. Tho Cincinnati. cry:

line and given the? west Mde of Tenth I siteet I northwest Marion 4i ) Hinr.tiion Hint 1) '. t.i, in conmc* NOJMI IL Carter } All-Wool Henriettas, Cashmeres, Bedford Cord the New Drap
:t largo teiocrati 7; Manatee, 3; 11 ; Monioe. .. Divorce.
in thin city, opposite Ford's theatre where lion with the 'uim.t.tn I U'-uie. is the only vs. Bjil( t r

majority. I lie was fhlutVlien Picsideul Gnrfield Nassau 7: Oiiinge, 13; OscuoU. ti; I'iuco, line iiinuing(i 1um.I alan ps-rfected I safety It liug Marlon ma LVtrti-r..'e to iipp-Mi"} l y tliu aftldavir of IhC.)11.ItiJ.iit d'Alma. Linen Table Cloths, Napkins, Big and

; Fell mortally wounded iu a nulway depot 5; Polk. 8; Putnam. 9; Su Johns, 6; vcstihiiicd trails vvitli tlisiiiig cars from appemlnl t-> tim? bill in suid Ciuse

uorsn AND SEXATK! in this cily'he j was conveyed to the same Santa Uosa, 4; bumler. 8; Sn waumiee. 7; CMnciniiafi to l-'hc.i "The "Velvet"trains i that< a noji the! r-sdfiit abnvir-iiaried o' iho) d.-f'-nLa.G-ai' ta Jlapon FloiH.iandre-Cuter, Small, Shoes, Umbrellas, etc.

ill Idcli MM. Hamsun died but of Hit C.. H J; I), are admiUetlly I
The following from 'rTimesUnion room % Taylor. 2 \?nlusia.Vaukulla.. 2Val- ; lIes in \Y.i\ti- coanty. Stat f.f li.-ort-ui. amid
p .vas removi'd later to Elberon, on the Xew ; ; time "finest
z islio\v.s thu political Jersey coast, where his death occurred. lon, Washington; ,3. Total, 3iJ representative '- \'. ( Vi.i'S! F.iir H-'ittc." it id that s-ni.l L tii-.i>..djnt iaover the

4 The room in winch Mrs Harrison died For tit-kels. rates a- c address any ('.. II. nswoi that the t\vtuty-i jib'e n ni'jears in'u-d li-fe.i ji IUi t-tiiT.-Jlari-i reture i ordered Career WINDOW SHADES-PATENT ROLLERS,

stilus of the Iiouse ti1 l senate: hts a rather interc&tiu history. It has Suppose u newspaper mnu, every time 15.!; I 1), ngent. To >;> I our album send your rftj-iire-i ta> I-'PI-I jioswer o. ;I'cniur to tLC

nearly -'uIvmu.leeii. selected by the wives address witli I'i'! 11(5! in Mamps to 1. <) Ciil flrtl j iusiMu' I ; on wrlivfwe theSiIiday h i latest impoyel: .
4 compilation of i lie election re he heard of it man criticising him or his [ T. Cimmuniti. -'- uf Lie-eniler. /, 1'. 13'nX; th. smmu.a n.-izu tat- ti..iMCfllaiiy *
of the presidents. The piosidenl'x Mom MeCoimick, G i' o; agent, -
of
ruU th
in saM* t.i.it.m tu.u a day sicoiirt.
; turns for congressmen, made up from luij lin.s it on the t-: t next lo I the library paper in'public, should retaliate by holding | Ohio or tlie! s-iui till: will; te t.l>.eii as coift edarivin '1

: PicaiJci.l siad Mrs Gnuit, Mr. and -Mrs. up lo the public gaze the fault and j "* T t hi.n. -
:: Iastiigbt's Associated jireos reports Garfield 1 It is further onrre--i th -t a copy of tht notice
I I..y.4. and General and I \1 is.
short-coining-t sai ouVANT riO; ADOI-T; AIIAUXs sip" be pultlixlio-l taco ti we -k 1'i.rli.ur oitis.unive
; J and from later telegrams received tifed these rooms. Tlie room will always
TF.LEC.SJ.PK.
weeks iu tie Uraiiiori t'ouniy ;i
ciilicibcr \\oull I think hinifclf lerribiy 'T ti a r'r bui-me'a, of NEW MILLINERY!
be associated with President Gariteld's: Wrekiv; iif\vj'iiper t'iil>liNhe-t iti sail I ciniatv
: up to noon to-day, give th democrats !life itt the White House as he spnt so outraged amid \\otild thirst for the editors :n Ir.i't ;>. i t- U :<.-. i;:;u upi vtJ'.n; U lus tn-en lradt-"rd. iMyo i.t ord.-re.i i-.y me tr.is iti!
4 <:'cu i.rj'f.iv. r>i/i".-.-.?", : ..t rvrrl Jnv thoso dav Ort''U-r A, l). 1'J _. W. T. \VEKK.l'L. .-?,
; a majority over the republicans ] many days of suffering in it after he was gore. Thuti lie poor quill driver would fii :' 1 f t : ni r Ict S.J Clerk Ctivait Court.Bv j

,litit. One of the man}' plans: tried to ,L-_ uI:'. EA- '.' wI; t .,v.iiin. \eh I N. I WAP.CKHT.. PtputCkrk.
: in the next house of 77 and shot or shoot somebody.. Tlie patient '' '
nmke his html days more comfortable get Lt'L' fr.vv&. ;ct t-y Ii u-. ev. 'jls I hcrct.y ccuIj yt.Mittlif: above is a time copy ; Just Received from Hew York.
: both the beast of burden, the enmity journalist, U'uii ;UUiSf aniti n;;n.v' ir can Mve of tl'o un iaal now oi ito in my otrice.V. .
over republicans and third duiing those hot summer weeks was lo yen tuts f.itt! U ic? uf tiic cirr: e Isrire". T. '\VEKKS.Clji .

artyites of 09.L ). force COD! air through 'he furnace rejjisUT. never does this unless under great provo f.vx < 1 **?: .' -i L Circuit Cou rt.

It successful and the register .- .:- BN I>. V.*.%iNRiaHr. I>. C,
was cation. It isn't because he is not afraid : 4ia Finest Line of Hats Hibbons Laces Feathers and Tips eier
: OctI ftHh. ItUi. ,
the
"According to -
the
in for
; present complexion put the purpose Is lasting to do it. but because be is not mean '_ i- I I -
- : ;- ; --
:;. there will be 207 democruts, 130 Miuvenir When President which Arthur temains curue in to the the White ron'i.. enough. I Ho hears his paper called a k--r. : -j : I ? GticeIGi' ItiIiemitiou. Drought to Stsrfte. Underskirts, Comforters. The

republicans anil 8 third) -. ; ; ; .: LAND OFFICE /-f5viu.E. FL.V., t
worthless shed ediior in
parly men house this particular; room seemed 5CI because Us
: in the uext .llOLLSe, with 11 additions '$had<>wed by these sad association1* I that doing his duty. Ins stepped on Somebody's I'll: is heit-liy yiven that tho f.hloviota! i
he selected jis his chumlxT a mom directly I ta: nt-.i #tit! -r lies Pe.Ii, U.CK ot his inej i itiou
; s yet to he made to complete the opposite on the north side of the house. lots Such worthless pec pie shutild receive u make final prt in siipp-at t.f hU claim*, i I Ianal Comforters for the Next Two Weeks
'
:- ) taa. thtt s aid rr.ir v.ill Uj tu.nK 'lefiU't* S. I.
quota of 350 members. There were President Cleveland! u>cd the sumc uxuuaNo. no mercy ait ;he hit ids of the press. Hani:, ii. ( l.r!: ot tie Circuit Co': t ut C.vei! |

and when Mrs. C'cvelaud came she Democrat. : -r' -' Cuvu s-jinnz. flat on D cemlwr S, 1-4 i, v'ui Missouri !
-; in the last house 23.3 democrats, 88 ni.-ule n : f'rth"S of N E ;4. Sec 2-i T -I S, 1Z1E.
republicans and 0 independent.-- If there is nny'hin;, wrong with time sanitary Petitions for uppoinituents to office are : .- : ;. ;')- ;_ ; .:- lie uianmthu'- foilowins: witn-s-s to prove bUco
con"ilion of tin capito! wnen ('on- -' :- ti I u>'U3 resi'1--iK-e ujK-n and cuati i soon cfsus

: :$:;'_' memheis in all. The Jesuit j is n gre.-s resisseiul'les! in December it will be pouring in upon Governrelccl Mitchell ; ,-.- _-( ___ ; -- -, 1 land. > te: H. 15. llu lsr>n. % Wilkerson, Iess Braids and of All
t_ ; 2 -' -: .. live I'sJz- Elisha Padgett sit of Hi!. blaud, Trimmings
: relative gain for the republicans ilillicull to locate the cause. Last winter itl .1 rapid Ia; Le. uiid many of them are as -- -'Y.f-- KU. ALEX. UY.NCU, Kegi&ter.IntheCouRtvJiMire's .

hit re was u big *care raised in time Semite fciirpiising its they are cheeky; in this,Unit t-_ -5' Kinds'to Match Our
'ltlltIme
compared) % tremendous landslide over alleged faulty sewerage and ventilation :- m. 'A' ,! a Court, Bradford County,
they exemplify nut oaly llaf desire to ho'.dollice S-'t..tenr FloriiU.Ky .
has been -
of two y'.ars nijo, so that they aunt in consequence theme tiie JuilK1! &>' i-itd; Onirt,
: will need such ii igi mig up, tearing open and laying no matter how insignificant the r--- : : 3 !: UxereNinK {'Tvbve jurisdietiqIu Dress Goods.

: more than two aisles ill down (itini'g the pist: thiee or four pay; may tic. as, will us the persistency ,rs.'i th..* mattrrof the siijre .iion of insolvency cf
1 '
inunihsas before known since thcfSMtcof Htvirv I-. York. tU-eei-ed. filed by
time national legislative chamber for'their was never and energy thai men manifest by taking _- p ; *V. 'I.. \V vks. itilmi iEitrati>rof s.iM estate.

members but the demcratrf the capitol was ciiinp'e'.ed. Fiist to be lime by the foiel''ck. ci in other words in I'M .V'lA'CV." \ ?HFIJK\s.. T Wi-i !k-c a'lininistrator of J. O. ALVAREZ
though -
lacked I by the renovators was the basement ; thst t or henry KYiirk.iMfiif iJrad-
w'-Jc-h w r>-?"*-: : s t r;;: .. have lost a number of members and another spot was I Ihe senate itfginnuig la limeVo do not supposeI ;i II i. T'l"1: ( f.i 'V lefts njrailistj [ ford county.SUiti* i f Fiom i.lu. deeeHSrtl.. lias this I %-

rchlHUtnnl Kitchen The quantity of expensive I hat the governor's mind has turned for .- i.i-.v. -.?-. i; ii t 'nil .-.v.i: self its f d'ti.t: ii'i my ortico a su gt- tiuu ui the insi/lv;
a .
as compared with the present house the ul i.vs J. .:'.! .r. :: .; .. I.iub !>.: t-reii pulled tnv--veEs-aiJ e'alf.
muteii! used '
being in upiitsin sn'l admonTslinU
*
artIrmfor. 10 notify
i'ws.: *
moment lo these mullet nor even to the rS :ilh.r i *. -o v"t :irtnrtcoo.! i !
: their majority, certainly huge progtc' s is very targe and all) the \\oik Th1 ? Lt; '.?' ': i::, i. Iueniu>n3 IK Kiiny; ttuuiututtiiiSt aiil estate 1 FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILWAY. -
otfices that he will be called I' llie the sauitii, lilt-tii.-'. ttut.uniliPiitieu'rd.. oaj
being done is mit (fl.e best guide. Among greater upon j :-I, .-; --rv i r > ..i s.uv'. U'lu (- :quiI I
enough! for all practical purposes. time in hundred till And of the #T r.- ::\) :j.-ii > it.VtL} C"ittpIr.iir.soffucsc I j or T>y the 2a'i.ttv..f! J.iu i.iry, A. l>. 1S"5.n FLORIDA 'TIlUiN( LINE. SHORT
tit from LINE.
new fittings being put lime ore our knowledge I-1 uV ,-- I I.l ) i: t C '- ; ..t&h cf moicriri wliieli iliiy th msmUI bf n pro rni.d stributiun of F 4I
;; : "It is too early to make any cal and sixty-six wash basins twenty man we do not* believe that heill go toTullidiasseu nt I '-' '.,;- z--? In dYCUIO I I j the assets Lu.i.iiuirt. lo s.iU tsiataiui>n the To all points in South Middle and West Florida. Mobile, New Orleans i nd the Southwest
linlh tubs, thirty-six sinks and eiirht water t.o:1.- > I'r- :'j Viinliy Iiiras'n ; ei'vliiors of lie s line.j I Direct connections to all points North- eat anUXoi ttcast. Elegant new couches.lloute .
culations as to the senate, hut republican closels. All the work in thc basement With any delinite or fixed TV r-i". ''he i't'! .">-icus CDO'L batJll ,j V.'itiu-ssiuv hand ai'd seal ofriirt this the 29th I from Tampa to Cincinnati without change of sleeper. ,
frrn '.' -, ----r'! : >::-:. &(!t anal ; Uayo/July, A. 1>. 1SBJI via JIontiCfliaatiaTlioniasville.CAKD :
control will be by December 1 from purpose as to any of them. Hut when he : I I : WM. F. )Lttprp.s.3tU3 4
will)! bo a very Bender completed rr ( siir": : : 'tb'-' Lily Isi [SKAL1 ZEu,; Iu cfleet June 12, 1898. -

p thread if indeed it which date till M.iteh 4 there will be ahulL. makes a.i uppoiViueiit U will be u good !:' sia ** -.;.:.! >)'-.ti.' : '<7 i-ffii'; c. V"o- have :ti. li'Ji, County J udje. 3 i 7 'SOUTUEUX! IIIV'Ni S 4 30 I z L'3'1Elt 1'IVN' 1 -9 -
be not Then the and l.t\inir I f -} i'j pri>->iM !' ", Jo .rescI to our eubi.r.jjjsj -
: tearing up one.-.---Tampa Tribune. i- .'trlf.-".. rii c-i g; .r rictuiccby I Notice. I Sb'p1O1.aLv Fernandma Ar 350p 94.>a flop TOOaLv .Jacksonville Ar SJJOp 1S0p )
k 'mapped in twain by a combination down process'vill pioceed and time cotmue ? a. .; t .;..'. /: .- y v :. ;--T :.'-;.! llua-i i-.roy, t 7 1"* p 11 x5 a Lv Ciilluhan Ar 2S5p JUs 73oaLv Baldwin LT 7 54pIZUl
job is expecU-d lo be tinikhed uboulJulyneXJ. i. '::-' U --'- :v i ..! it' c:'' of vftri'l-wicte 'i'C) Nancy Andrews wife ofV.. II. Andrews r 8 40 \> II15 a Lv JacksonviLle Ar 2sOu 6ia 11&8t3atr lalfCitT Lv 631t> 12t'
of democrats and the third party." Acting on the suggesti-Mi offered by (the i -:-r'.i.. r.tt. <."l.'r ts.--- ca.xvp-5:' _of Trhilt I I and ii. Whitehead, aid Rebetx Taylor. 93-5p119pLv: IJaltlwia Lr l-J5p 5-ISa filta t44aAr Lire Oat Lv 540p211al040aAr ( $UOltrp
..--.' !it 1 ri! T's- ;- .-> .' :.% ji amlfi cricnivi \vite of I?. 1 Taylor and Laura \\hitrhead.. of 1pAr Start'e LvlI-t' 431a eArSuwcnnu-egLy -
Wednesday morning Chairman) recent Tallahassee specials in the I'cnsa- #.---.'' -A 'H ".'-- i '.L-.' ( r.-.i! ;; ly ttsv. Bradford county, Stttc of Florida and all others U21a 221pAr hawthorne Lw11Qa iti** MaciionMouticello Lv 49p USa
Tluxuk.sjjivinjj Day. -. ot ?'??*:- \ "\t :: -,--r- :.a, J::.cycu will see who may be interested: I OmI a 2 '1 p Ar ('itra 1., ii Ut a 2 44 a 4 30 a 11 55 p Ar Lv 320p 4 3Oa-
ilarrity, of the democratic national The issued cola Mews, the Tuvatx-s Herald publishes '- r-'. Vhuerea.Vmn.. Ti--iOn and John Whitehead, i aAr SUverSprfngsLv 9hia MWa 145pAr Tallahassee Lv I43pSlOt
t; committee following procbimution was a series of live sins-iliois from the state -'iv:: \i* ;'>-* ,-'.' .':. Dr-.r.cre-t'sFsmlly admi istrators of the estate of Win K. White- 214a S4IpAr (It-ala LvlUI-ta I4-s '7-1-ia -l43pAr Qnir.cy Lvl247pIVusacola 1ZtTtVipAr
f said: "The returns received by the president last Friday: >:.- '. --m!m"H. .-' f- .--- -.uUiyfit ex- tu-nd. Oeeeased. have made application to in- rlomno-umss.t Ly Ofla Yf-Oti 4tOpArRlverjuuctiouLvl2(8pi201$
leav Ciipilal, the following I capping the climax: I "" .: I htS1m'C a for nn ord. r tosvlltiielonowinsdehc-ribed! lands, S 00 a S I I p Ar Leesburg Lv S 42 a F)81) Ii 3. i>ll 4 OpAr2COaAr Lv ml 31) 2 45ri
no dotil.-t in our minds The gifts of GM| to our i>eople during .- k aaa' ly in situated in Mid ooupty "f Bradford and State of -t *
r: : -.M-: i t as--: i-j; cny 5 4) p a r Tavares Lv I' 1-i a 9 10 p ilotile LT 110* -
of time election of the p'ist' year havo been so abundaul >indjo "A: righteous v hurl win 1 '.t indignation t ',,-> -.- : -' i *>.- ;.: -t -' '' ; i i ijr.tifits end Florida and bflm-jria, to the estate of aaki Win 8ttiu 63pAr Aporaka Lv 2a 631p T4.-aAr NfwOrtefins Lv 880p740p
Cleveland and special hat a spiri: of devout th-inks-j will ii.-e when the public is informed of (-ui..3.-. ; :'-' -. ; : :t v.!: - .: Stevenson .-! o-i ua!: !=-. !. 1 I li.-; .:.:y, ::Ott all the tribu.i'in air.or the above iiamtd parti >s.\\h-> 3aOa 41pLv Wii'twoM Lv Cal2tOp 44taAr Chicago 1 ZJp
by a di-cisive majority in giving awaits not a cill. but only an appoinlinciit ; the results of llie conspiracy over the sen i in.m 4t-'i (t:3: 0! ttit'it atCIlt iflO artl.. -irs Ht-Uw of said tt'- *-dmint. and for the nfla GISpAr DauleCity Lv 731 a1'U0p ..tn6:0a

iho electoral The"indications t of t the day; when I it i may have u li i >.-S.-H-J, I'-c--:j .! Sir &.i-mti:..'? int TestinKr. t tlil't- it j.as in: the m-pCLii-C5 Of 0,13 aitimiaitrati TIOpAr 1'lantlftv Lw UOa 91p7Ca
: college. : common expression, llu has stayed; jKsliKucf I- !I I utort-hip. It hits now boen determined lo ? ., ... ..-, '>--i ni'v.ui'J gcy. for mu <) ). to wit: 'i'L',- northe -t mituirter of the 5.OpAr Taniaa Lv 51OaS1Op .J-i Ut) I I '1 Lii

. are that they will receive lie doors 1 He has gamble for I the ofti-.e. A game of whist \ h >': t :: I IT- --!: s v.i ilPTOnrttt's is not *iuthi%? t qnirtvr tectiyn( ttrty-tlv: > (V>Jtowishlj 2 (OpAr Wake Lv lt4a 4hiOp 9-OaLv Jacksonville Ar SlOp
t nt our ; given us more '. 1a.". cf ami
Ii. : ) ..1 ;-i ;;'. 1.- i iesvrepcr- : iur. south raie t'- tny-t'nt'; 2-pAr Caimesvilte Lv II 1a 5 lMtnAr: FrnariIua! Lv Ifop IOCt'OpAr .-
: i-lcvtoral votes of of the I love for the free civil institutions, I in I!lie has I IK en decided upon. i'et three in rive. ta2.' :. t. '. v ; v :. '" c"- tat thopar- the souMiT.st qjuirtfi ft tlie s >ntf: 'ii-tnu rter offctvtion Ct-mLtrify Lv 2Oa SS> pAr Brunswick Lvstt'a ,
every one creation of which His directing prov.dtiicc r. ,- .- -. > -. :--- -.. ;--r ti:" ep.r. and -nty-ti\o I-. :). tt'Wishij; fur M>tttli. ,
Southern Mates jind entitled Major St.-Clair; .br.mumu' has cho-en Jut) ..aflggi4. t-, ,-5. '-- i i-V -i fun: in your sub- range tv.eityonei'tnd the xuuthyrrst quart ( Trains on Southern division l ;ave AreHerd-iiiT! except Sundiiv $ 3 40 pro. for WWtn
I He
we are WHS so fouspicuous; IMS itvikiimoI! i. Ill' Oil.tiuio. 'I* his partnei audJuris a : vji-- --.- -; y M, -i I you will really t cf Lie! u'li\vesi, n'l.nter uf sev"i> luirty i Early Bird and Espl.- lire: leave Ka.-ie mice dcily excm- t J-'un-t.}. at 4:30 n m. for Areber n ; to have add d to those the electoral deeper reveieuee forlh\v; He Iuus widened t -, ov : '--c-" --r'-s i'Itff St.'irewV'S. C5"i. tov.-nsii four. sr.th of ra.-uzc twenty-two tt mrermediate (huinte. Trnrn leaves Ovled' and Winter Tarli itnUy fxtf pt Sumta'- Lt-avcs Oi'ii* ,
our philantiir ipy by a e-ill to succor tlistiess I Miij-he.l has selccleil George Lewis. i. :.- -'vti- ?( -f?13 tat ut; nt.t: t: t. west ltlf! of the s i.utl.eust quarttrf aIM) daily at K 30 a m: Wuuer Park at 837n in. arriving at Oi, ianljo 9 am: lea\fs 0rIanJ daily ir ?
: voles >f New York New md : : i -l iiifciitialutPtl with the ti"sww'l.-arl! ') iuit:te? of svotiaii thirty-four pianrrlvligwlnlcrrarksJpmOvitdm.r.pni. e
Jersey in other Idiiu's Hi 11N blessed our the b-inker of Tall-itrissee his The .
; a.s vi ? ..- i'tut* for a specimen copy, tuwtodiip tour. M>uth ff raiuo twony-oue ea t. Pullman sleeptrs for Cincinnati and Tampannd Jc1onviil and Tsrora and JaeksnIfl'an
: Indiana as previously claimed. Wef schools and is t.u ingi lug forward apa : ittc and tiiil--r.rii: >ggeneration to execute 1-er ons iiit.'ivto 1 to -oattLv-w-ird and show Trains on the Fernan-Una zinc! Cumberlan I J'ekr.onyjle tui.1 FerutiRtLfl.-L d5Il4t
nit In-rinoic claim that Cleveland I His will and be a benevolent benefit to Ibis town ill) the d.iy after I the legislature h IIy IT to IS cct A DUTY the best yon value owe yonrsclf tar year and titoney.EcoDOmixe fain.. cu.s.if BI.V they luive. i tiieiJuth d-yof J>o- except tunui.ay. Connects at Fm-rmiamotina fair bt'asnrriimnt.trhard li-ho, u,2e'l 1sLii.Pa5ulBnu'.wiek.
looks In your footwear by purrhasinK vemer.. A. [). IM'-.at mv ofliotr in the town o! f'rnuin the ( umnbeyia'd route. ar'd nuU.ineomntcik'io t.'r tst-cn. tlan'a. (1ti&is
'i C.t'.l
and dismal-
; :, has carried Illinois and Wisconsin, our country I : I He bus given usa great: irtcn t-onveiu gloomy W. li. Doafflaa bhoes, Trhirh represent thebent Stikiin S ud county of Bradford at li'oleluck* ncu.c. :t d northern sm-J western point. S ulaj train traces Jactyonvilit40a in, r-i kraCunil\
,* >a' it: i,1. grantoil: provided lan.l route and that Harrison has lost some of .lirTiisinn ot finteiilmenl and conifnrl ii: trill tratifr.UT thii n--'tlcv be i/ut.INhcd! in the Bradford cars Bninswtcklo Atlanta.and Atlanta. CMiciiinUi and NashvUle.; --
will run i ii: a cold Ci'iiijty
; the far Western states. The returns the homes of I the people; He has given INlied in the town oi Starie in sail county of 1IOintreeL I\.r Snfoniiarion J'isoimviUe.see loeal agt-zit. Ticket office M W. Bay street eornar lloean Depot Coot
conluleiit however that he
will vin.if
is \ A. 0. MaDonetIGtu.F.L.T.
His grace tthe sormwing. Wherefore. ii .
generally indicate great democratic 1, lii-njuniiii I Harrison president of time i Long Tom Simi an. A'lio is I the I leader of >i-U5 ti> said date. ,
h-inil arid seal of snid court at -k
Witness -
i ; gains and great republican losses." Uniteti States do call upon nil of our the Orange county e''urt house ring. d..fs !1 Starke, Fta.my, this 27tli day of ctob**r, A. 1). ISJ-i

people tu not Bfgg's biiakfa. t milk n.usli.
; ding aiui SUMMER
;t TlIK STATliA on ThutslrtV. the twenty-fourth day of I [ (SEAL) CuuntyJ utgu. RATES. -

lightvole, was cast hi tin- Mate, tins month of November, as a day of This is the present aspect of- affairs. $

.' but Florida is thanksgiving to G-nl for His mercies and \VI.i: does the public think of it ?" Metropolis. : (Conmi&ioncr's Sale. THE GEOKUIA SUtTHEKN AXD FLOB1DA B. F Fj.nniitj > nowjrate's

safely in. the Cleveland offer supplication for His continued cue: >Y vir!rue of an order ma'leby the lion Vtm.y for thy trawl of whz'i
5
in and for Bradf out FWMi to all! iMitumer resorts j
i F. -
; column. and In testimony whereof I have jUifhui-s. e unty juJgf ,
Cooper, of tho" tiut grace I -- -; i4ia.VcWI -. ->tb will ;; be
; haiid and caused the -! ct-Biitj, rae of F'IritadatehUut shortly ]>lieed on e>:il<% t
hcteunlo set seal -

s' district, and .Mallory, of the j-econd, I I j 'f Ihe Unitfil my I States to be atllxed. Done S. I It. ("if Specimen! rd. New I'asxel Cases., Ws., WHStro'.iuUd Mniivr j9'9. ut-lutiriI to wl ti! fi Itowing the real nia 'ersigmued esate> Cs'T.oiluaredMuthevou tim's- 'I'tiis lint- 1't the shortest and fastest out of Florida, carry in? the W. 4

are each elected ] itt! the CII WaKhingtnn llns font th day I ty of Era.-lf'rd ant Stals of Florida India mail to all points west ami northwest. -
by big majorities. > with Nii> ag! *i.; ami Khetimatisiij beluniciu; t < th. estate of C 11. halt.tfreeassd. Trains arrive and 'dejm})_
j XovtinUr, one i thous.iud eight him mid i edI I bis toinaci! was d is.ii'termd. his d.->-ril.f>l as ilows: The southwest qiwrtei from union depot in i'alatka and Alacon. Connection nir.de with i1I'li

; OFFICIAL VOTK ix IJUAUEORD COUNTS ltml ninely-two. and of the independe.iceof i.ivczva4 aHWtrs I ta r.n :nlxriuinir decree of tSf i .itItSt quarter -eetion cirht. township ill 31aeon with the vestibule limited
the United btalcs llie one hundred and appetite f4t 1I I away, Hii'tw I \ "a* terribly six -ut'tliot tan, e twenty-two east, contaiuiiifortj for the Carolinas, Virginia and t

: ti-vetitceulh. BtiXjAMUl HAIUUSUN.Dy redtK-ed in ilcsh Htid sreuigl hi. Tlire'e order-ucri-j"1 will moi sell the o or aforesaid lesNow real by estate virtueof at public said east, nnd with rlirou li sleeping car lines for resorts iu Tennessee, K T ,

: -_ _' the president. bottles of t l Kleelri.-: Hitters)i-oil him. out'-ry in front cf the court house dooi in the ttu-kv and all points north and northwest. between P3131

Cknlauidd.. 411 ._ ?7 2t I ) 68I1 JOHN W. FOSTEK. Secretary of State F.lwiml *-tiehuIioi-iI, I 1aii1ubnrg, Il., town of S'arke.in th saU county of Bradford, and Macon. Trains Sleeping cars -
; % 'Iavert.p.. iI I' 2 151 -- | bail a running sore on hinleir ot'K years' between the legal hours of sale on the leave as follows: Palatka, 5 40 a. m. and 8 15 ji.

1idw&lpro.., 3 ... ..l.,. .. ._. 4 staiittles of KleetucIlitttrs >ii-st Monday in October A. D- IS02. Hampton, 6 51 a. m. and 9 37 m. Lake
: ; Uo-er.d. .... 42 34 t s i54 66 A Correspondent of the Metropolis, and seven l>o.\es of BuekIon's L. OUCLAS the sane being the 31 I day of said month and a p. City, 8 (13 a. nu aid 10 55
sale day. S.iid real e tate sold for pa3'nientot A. P. KN.PP Trafflg Manager. -
: of in lepil >
the Indians the Everglades JAMES irzns
writing AroieH Salve and hiM leg ia Stl1iIl and debts. Terms cash, purchaser pajlajj for Gen.A.

says: Thrir Tustenuggee tuday is a magniliccnl well. John Speaker, 'atawliii, Ohio! bad S3 SHOE i thie.! L. B. ILEODiS. -
: A Pajfn llulerprlse.ilr live I'-M'tre fever S'M-CS %i5 hi* k-g, Uctetors BEST 6.5iitiwsw I Sept. i, li. Coiuuiis-sioiif r-J.
; spedmea of physic d manhood of THE SHOE IMTH tt3HLDFOaTHcUQNtr.A The above sale Is postponed until the firstMu.day G. W. Young WISS &SONS'-
smith hum % :i5 iuum-urai.h' (liio butb.! K1e- genuine aewed ehoc. that vitl not rip.fina ,
;_ ': ilamtlUin J>i ._ broad views and of uueonquered spiiit, Ire Hitter ;iml on* b >x Huekleu's .\ r- calf seamless smooth Insldo, flexible more comfortable -
of said monta. L. B. tUlOOES.Commisgioneiv.
; in mice unt: sugur grottiu in Floriila tliuu .) Salvo cured him entirely. S.kl 1 by ,stylish anddnrablsthac.any other mho evet day PRACTIcALORANGE
He stands six feet seven inches in his old sLtttiee. Enn.il custom made shoes coating GENERAL
in unylhins iK'. lie uiui other cnpiinfUu stnrWe l rug Cmniviuy's drug aorc. 3 from The above sale is postponed until the first Mon BLACKSMITH- :
moccasin He sent a bright young imu: Uand..ewe ,faeeafshcea. The day iii i December, the sauiQ being the fifth day of CLIPPER
j : iMitiuhl in rioiuU VflSL imcts of -- I 94 mott stylish easy and durable shoes ever sold s.ild month. "KB. RHODES ,
swamp of his ttlla tim school fin three years mu uuitoday The Blade ICt I the price. they equal line imported shoes coating -ANt-
Saturday 1 Cumnmisit'ner..Notice. .
ami ..vc"fl.t\u- fromJStoJlitt tacbev
laiaJ, H mmt1 ltx-iiled Thai ,7J<
i: so anxious to give his people the Is the greatest ne\\shiper; wonder of tha O SO tollro Sbop,worn by farmera and all i I
tiny would ntteiiipl the cult 1p Oa othen who want a good beary calf,threo WOOD-WORKER
LValUU ofmgnresiiK .
advantages of forming an intelligent opin, ii' e. It i i-i f mr years <>M and has n ciicu1 soled,extension edie eijoe.exy to wzdi in,and will M
Ahi t liter they hnyc 1 liitinn of rniliin! keep the feet dry and v.n nn.BO Six wntb* rfter ja',,' I will present nvv ccmiDts P
ntquir.d
ion of his white neighbor Unit sn far as he over H qti-irier etij'es'uuttk. u < 3O Fine Calf, tv.O5 and S2.OO Woik.S aflaloaluems to Uie UouViu.. f Mail Is Jocaletl at the oU tiusliop. where lie R
( 1 kix inilhon j.trc*. M.373 miles The lalol su- ilii>ns and the HMstmatveiotis Inguten'.Sheen M-IM Hva tcoro wear for tta O
to make
is prepared
tenure has authority he U giving them a system money than any otter m.-.ka. They are ma-Ja for ser phaum--; cuuntv jikli in itT 1 lor, the couatr c.f or repair alt kiml of
t pityiiij; the State l\\t>nty.Jlvv criiUuu acre. ** even's aie written up in the vice. Tho Increasing biii3 gLow that \voriissmen dCoidarulstataof; Florhli.! a-t adiniiuHtretorof iron, tin or wool-work. He will V
of "CompulsoryIMucutjon.. Miny of [ best six k and fully illustrated. >u iscripI tare found this out. tins estate of Juhn W. Bu-hntlt. lirInti"SH 'hti-g ; rl f 1 ii! under ant2 Vonth' l.73 School ii WagOn or lepair your toffeepot D
p cultivation Rnve'0 final settlemejt an.l a'-fe for a fiasj discharge ;
the bucks read enough to uiulersliul out I tion recuivei l nt $3 for six
per year. Shoes the make
DUJ0 are worn by boyj u
every plow or
froni std a,1 ml a tst rat mon you repair vi>nr buggy These
added lo the. l.ixtblii l of Ploriila where. The serrlceable shoes gold tie are mad of th.ter7Ial .
< mow
at prlcea.
nil months ir 50 ivius fur three tnmtlis.'Sp cllrm
newspipers-every m in has a modern riflj J3.OO lland-aewetl. 82.50. A. V. BIDKLK, sbiv your horse or sell you a Chicago rial and ,- -a- --
ttifci that linti Is-en eniin-r>' worthies* -cial I ii>ilnccnu-nls! to clubs Sv-nd for Ladies' f-j.UU and S1.72 Shoe* for )I.1y7. I'lL--tn Admin'strator. .-tmotor. The blades are Bltxhtlr carrot. It t tt
r neatly every squaw: owns a sewing :! frets bpcrinirii Ito s ML.ae.an nideof the best Pergola or fine Calf,aa practical Clipper mad*,and endorse &7* ____
Jly doing this they )li.iveKlicved tin copies ) everywhereure dealred. Uncomfortable and \Iuc. .Mr. Farmer, it 1 will a'eusedthen. I
taxpayeni They are yery sty dura 1- _
And pay to
machine you
box. It is and
n good to Debtors Creditors
music not m.iking big money *. llinir the Bade ble. TheOLODBhoeeqiialiiciutommadeBboeseosUng Notice bud out iU alM.ut this / Sotdbj the Hardware and Supply Tt U. _

L of the .LLtt' ud jilaced llie Immuv tiuo that hey comrK.-! sLum! women to do all on the sirceU. Write for lartlcuhIrs.t froi their.4iOOtot6XO.lootwear Ladies thia who wish. to economiieia VOTICE *is hereby stvtu tatl all pers-maia- be used for wmadniull, ., Can -1. WISS & SONS, Newark. N. l Mail
are endIng oat.Cm soy purp..sc :hut
coiidiiion. ;
in a'iwijilij Mr Dission KJIVS; the woik-lliey proba'dy nuke slaves of t| Address the publisher. W. l).- Lbyct. 113, tl...-W.IkOoaglaa'namo and the pHc t i> debted to the estate of Charles li Bailev. can be 14) When water nowtr _
"TJu year veill uiHktJ 0,000 000 ponmlsr.f infill stamped on the bottom of each ahoe; look for it deceased lato of l4 wtey. Brad'onl couu'ty.FlaritU put you are in town -
115 .iml
117 4l PTPISCaeaxs :
busjiir, and draw u l hi )unty of 120.0tH>. tbcmsclvcs in no harder sense than did avenue. Chicug'u. when yon buy. dealenattemptlngtosub-. ill pay the 3an' to lt'oun-ersJ.d call!! and learn all about P.. It docs not

-i-- JJfXt ytarv_ will iucrt-a lid output the wives of the pioneers wh-> were fraodntoDt tttnt*other mnakestozthem.subject to prosecution 8nch mebstitutlona by law for are ob- against without sakl delay estate aitt all must? persons pr.-stnt having them claims, duty take a wagon loud of nnnty t-> purchase and Trade->Iart obtained and nUt R.
Now Try This.It taming under false pretences.r.L.OUUGtiAS.IIrocktoii.aiask. a but U bnsine MODSUliTB ilOUK '1
in me4.e7 one. is worth u big \\u 3 conducted for
.and few Flondii'tvilt lie rival wihin pvtkcL
a yj-ajs a thrown into clrcumsunces what similar. Sold by anlhentii-at d. two ears, or this nitice full U S- '
uf Lotiii>uia iu tint product of cane sumac wH I (t>st you not Id n v; and will sire- will be plead In bar of their recovery.MasE.S.Biu.iT. you. OFFICE IS OPPOSITE ml
mli "j I if haveae.HU'b eohl Office anil we can secure patent*
ly gmiui you .
9 ; sugar. In Kiidition lo suptr cine we have or any yon trouble with throat ehmo-t. of liT.V.. 1iOIUES._ Oct. 11 KSihnos Executrix. CEO W. YOUNG end a.: lew cost than those ITCCOW- from' -
ington.Send -
this yeur nmde an extxiiinicnt with ricM.We ,
Dr. New
lungm. King's IMseovery lor
) Lnve luri.et! 1SOO; ncn inlo a rice Fruit Troos. consumption, coughs and cx>lds U jjuarauleed tA NtfW KUA: IX KXULISHIIOLLEU Bradford Lodge, No 42, F.. & A M Starke, -- Fla. tion. model We advise.,drawing U prttaotabteor or phOt.'W1tk a U

field and are already ?ure of success., Wts I again call the attention I (if those interested lo give relief, or money will l o ) A 5t! '1 iiur'day u.h before the third charge Our fee not du till p tn*

-I. can put ten times tIlmht met utile cuttiva- in putting out fruit. trees of any p.iid hack. Sufferer from L'i -ttiripp COTTON' GIXS.T4.O i,. Sunday ineHcti month 4 Little Boot, -JtowWObUF'

:# lion next ycur. Uft>ur nrisi'iJl holdings kind to the fact that I can fill their order found it just the thing and under its ne niutiTsijrnc. nji-nt, fur i'lnti ln < : J s AVM. F. )IALPHUa'4, wiz. TATE POWELL H. o. came oi acvul client IB.jour ataze aCAdGW

\vo Lave dispo 6l very. Try & Cmi.. wiiUsll A Sinsle lbalIerGN.wjmhl!- \ E. Waisaioar. tee. town sent tree. Addr* 'A -

-e rie but \vc still liave four mil'ton.. This elsewhere. LiContepeais one and two a sample bottle at cur expense and learn 'iy P.ihtuit (*rikIt's.: 1WN sin wn'riche"l --, I. O. O, F.-ReguTariii PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Opp-PateBtOfflc*:.

Nnd% A few ijfurti ngo nit ul>$<.>lutelworthkss.HS )- years old. nnd Keiffer Hybrids a specialty. for yourself just hoxv good a thing it is. !"l coiupic-lc. delivcs'f-1 sit S ivuimmumaim G.I.ii.f13J .. -- -, eh ; every TuewLiy

-kL tile sams area of the be4h t of Also n-laige stock of "shrubU-ry. A man Trial bottles tree at Starke Drn; C'o'n .- : : i..d Walrus Ltathi-r.cui in strips, I fli.tit l in their hall. Transient __ R4jaas Tahulesat dZe..4.bUlinn.t !

J( timpAltauhie' in. Today it is a source can see what he it buying before he pays drug store. Large size iA: and $1. 3 nt SO (-eats'[Itt pound. V intind.brothers J. corlwUy Office at Casklua' Drug Store, Tabules core COBS

of K-vtutlu lit Ihu tlaitand; iM ValuQ will fir it. Grape vines of he best varieties M. FOLL1TZER. -' STARKE Ri Spans T.ibules euro dyPe3\,_ _

tutimmLIy e," Ocalii lUoncr. for rior'nu. Jv.. BTDBOTEN. -BLUCK-DMUCW tel cures Couig4iatlon. aaC2 ,7.FItLDS,8ee. ; mflstf FLORIDA-
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A.KNIGHT'SSpecial i I don:- like A a girl Matter or Taste I The new county officer! arranged .. ';.. . : V ,

Or a girl who ea who talk baa nlPrely good 100b, their bonds on Moiday: M> they are I TRUBY STERNBURG &; :00.

. .Offers: Or a girl WhOSe wl'oe! about 80Urs notbio 10 the"las'but book thing!, now prepared to step into otlice. on I '- .-' ... :: ;- .:....' I'' 9 .". ; -

In drc!," i the first of the new year I ,.
Or a Jtirl who turns red when l' i _
NEXT Or a girl who 19 constantly her finger;I press Rev.. S. I'. Fails, of Tennessee, .

:1R1, THE 40 DAYS Or Or a girl who prore'ses to gadding like"cold about., without," I the new Presbyterian: minister of Wholesale and Retail Dealers in' : "
a girl who
ii lacing to make her waist small; I: this plac, will be in Starke to- .,
Or .
old
f 7 ; an SIr!!.Who, really! ,Is no "gIrl"at all, I morrow and will hold services in the .' : ; "
1 I ;; "''.1| 'J \ or a 'ra8 "*'. who's man)'and quite"up to I Presbyterian church on Sunday. : ':. : : _
li I date" I i General Merchandise \ .
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jc u br a.girl who.1I absurdly not waltz refined till she's and ornat"asked. Lertnatnina. II I Mr.\ and Mrs. Frambach and family : ,." _

." I I who spent last 'vinter in tbe'I !
: FLORcb V
Or a girl who will"go-deuce alone knows how :I. Newinghcm house, near Fred Mor STARKE : ( ,,
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rd wide Bedford Cords in fast colors, 1 Dc yel.'fI6 l. far," I gan's, have returned to Starke forth I "p"-111", ....
( Or '
=inch Victoria Sateens, fast colors 80 yd.garniltonWool a girl tin who," announces .he "means to wed winter. Theare occup5ng fi-ropprip c.t': -
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Mrs. J.hin stol1'8'coaag on Call >3 a.ticfr. < t .
conceivable
ABy
Cashmeres, 3-4 wide lOc yd. Or a horsey girl: constantly -
"taking a spin, street. : :- -
Serges, 38 inches wide, 15c.iJ3' Or a girl who"is "turfy" and knows the Ute N0.L JONES. Any kh.d "' Provender :
fancy tips
Wo call attention this .
special Feed
Or Hay
Chevrons 3-4 wide 15c. a girl whcse V
:; Wool great goodness is much on her
lip&. week to Mr. T. A. Knisjht's! new advertisement for Live Stock. :::,..
Uii vr i, Changeable Chevrons, 38 inches wide 35c. Or the head of this '.
at
a girl who Kays, "Oh don't you know I'm a pasje. l'
;::ktiful'All-Wool Plaids for children dresses, 20, 25 and flirt?" Mr. Knight has his prices in plain 25 Years Behind the Counter. Dry Goods Millinery .L.8 _
: Or a girl who laughs lightly whoever is hurt I figures, and there are many bargains I In lo\Yn. .
0; But either of these though I may be a Vandal. the list. His stock is ne.v and '
:, #18-inch Wool Cashmere and Henrietta, 25, 35 and 50c,
40-inch Tricos 50c. __ -Fun. I ClothingHardware <&
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{ ?l&Wool Call and satisfy ;y irsrlf. .
Chew Tooth The S. L. 1. A. fair on the 22nl:';
Pick tobaceo.Hev. }
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jrthh AllWool Brocaded Henrietta, 75c. I to be .something nice. The lathes Shoes, Clothing, Ladies' Hats, For Farmers.! Builders. Hti>*phatc \Hirer and .

,if 4O-irzch All Wooll Satin Striped Bedford Cord, 75c. Will Shaw is home for a ft'wda's have p-epaied) many fancy articles I

mQ4nch( All-Wool; Henriettas in ,colors, 60e.M fronmAtlztuta. I which.. will be sold.. This will be an Trimmed and Untrimmed, also :Stoves! Range-si.! Cooking Utensils- ',>:vieFurniture '. .

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1;;; yr" rrh' .I..I. excellent! to and pocket. Also, all
i < t- opportunity get your To suit taste any
: AllrWooi Henriettas, ii.c.I50.irich Mr. Sam Smith has tiny
bought an in-I supply of Ciuistmas: presents. Oysters Thomson Glove-Fitting' Corsets. :
Henriettas $140inch terest in the beef market.
All-Wool will be served} all the evening. kinds of other House FiiriiMiirg Goods.V

Silk Warp Henriettas, $1.35. r Flrst.cla! tinware cheaper than I rThere -
are :a number of new signs!: DRY GOODS!
All-Wool Creponnes 40inch,90c. ever at Fred \laH u & Co':;. '
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$ Jtilul
J a I i in ttnn now. Among the number t:

iChangeable Sublimes, 40-inch, $1.25 Mrs. 11. Pudily, of 1\illgstey! was: :are I those of .'.I 11'. .o't1zesIr.. River1 i *, BEST GOODS; LOWEST PRICES.
GOODS
! i2.inch All-JVoJl Assabet Flannels, 75c. in .tou II the iitst'ol the \\e-ck. I Ilal'lhal Mr. Knight, Mr. Gardner and tiieStaike DRY

$$;G'ros Grain, faille, Surrah and China Sifts, from 4oc to :\ Dean.-has--returned----,- from : Drug( Corn and}pa; ny. These executed signs' I '
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nicely ,
Ire pretty : \ : -
very ;
1 .,J5. his assumed trip to South. Caiolint and again and a'dd much to the business look 3ST J. Jones! big {:,:)IJj'1R) L1 :..AR-___\:: _- ,G'ES''rO'j'K.I I }! I I j ; I -- '

L '43utiful Changeable Faffettas, $1 and $1.25. duty.Mr. of the town.
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... ;t' ALSO : N. J. Jones and Ir.V.. 11. :Mrs. Strong and Miss Kittie have stock is in consist- -i'
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Rivers have had their business
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arrived Starke the willtc.- -OF-
to "spend
}JPlushes, Felts and Fancy Articles in Silk and Metal. Beautiful Satin houses lettered
in their handsome. cottage. :Mrs.

f'(. .s1l1 1ere, better than China Silk, 30c yard. .Mr is .Strong has enjoyed a most pleasantsummer : ing of everythingthat
-It :? -:Standard: Brands Ginghams. 8cAlightweight -* Dill.ibeny: having a neat "
Ginghams, 7c. new fence built ill front of her lots I in Pennsylvania: with her

'>;:.' A ful1lme of I111" and I Domestics at the lowest prices. on Walnut street I family, but is very glad to escape his customers Standard and Patent Medicines 1. .
. I I the cold winter and take refuge in .
Best line of Towels and Table Linens ever offered lieie.ladies' '
Election day was Floiida.I
Cloaks and Wraps! ami Hoys' Clothing. veiy pleasant. i sunny __ ____ .-
and Thete
quiet. \\ as no dibtuibance
< Best and cheapest lilll' of Ladies' Uuderrests i>i the cv. or excitement. On theccond }page: this week isMr. want. Useless to ''' ':'

* The largest line of Hosiery in all the Standard brands'and fast: colors : I J. G. Alvarez's big rdvcrtise- V ;: :.'
here. of cotton into town thai have been : IS COMPLETE., :,
j. ever exhibited Plenty came im-nt we promising tell you what all ." .,,'
\ A beautiful line of Corsets, viz: The celebrated Watch Sprin, Mine. Monday: : and our streets: looked as for the lat!' two weeks. Mr. Alvarez I .'

." ''Foy'; and French Woven, and Dr. Warner's Health, also several brands lively a<* you please.Mi ) has: a big stock of goods that have:

lust arrived from New Yoik, and he he sells you all V

" ,:hearrCorsets.The most beautiful Shoe can be seen for a limited period. lug visit
< Great reduction in prices of Men's Hats. A large assortment of Chil- Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs er's ink in helping to sell them. Mr.Alvarez know When this

! :M.v.ft- Hats and Caps. has many baigains: which Etc. V '
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*';\ F. Wilcthe (1reS maker, should be seen to be nppicciated.Mr. .
%i1e Invite yon to call. (Can show you more than \vc can tell.If .
is piepared to make handsome: and I enterprising merchant -
J. C. Davis, oFTetnple's Mil!, .
t'A. stylish riding habits. had$ the misfortune to have his horse I

KNIGHT, jl1CheSll'r Noithrup and familyare stolen Thursday night! of last week. justly says COMPANY1 .

occupying one of the Stoim cottages The stable had: been broken into in STARKE DRUG

Icoii Call and Walnut Streets, Starke, Fla. in East Starke- the eaily part: of the night; and the V
his is the -
a animal carried away in a circuitous -- --

C You notions New York A patty of young folks! went to unite toward Sanderson: the thief Fired at a Ho}?. '

BRADFORD COUNTY\ TELEGRAPH prices fiom can buy))l. R. Liddon.! at sugar boiling :Monday night a'i evidently! being well acquainted with The hero of a popular historical incident U.D. MINER

is'5... __ .. I again Tuesday night. the country. The I horse was found LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE is James Anthony Pin4*. of St. Claire

=- ---' .- See our line of dress trimmings. Golden( Rod Ijaking Powdercom's Sunday evening near Highland. It county. Alabama. The story is i familiar

ptarke, Fla.. Nov. 11, 18.,... Tin by, Sternbiug & Co. in Mason quail( jars, for 30 cents is Aiipposed that the thief became In this to every school boyrniii America.: The Watchmaker and

'1- only. Frel1lartill.; & Co. lightened :and turned him loose. incident occurred! during the :'emiollleWill' [
LADIES'otERSEY JACKETS.Our .
affairs. --- ._----- of 1836. and be rememltered bj'some I
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!%% Local Try ClAC (-!!: tea for Dyspepsia.mtm.m rn-iy
line cannot be surpassed.Call Miss\ Emma Aclkiu*, of New River, mi III.IIIIB HI.M place he backs up of our older Florid citizens. For

r Why buy inferior flour when) you hoon before our line is bioken. hiightencd our city vtith her presence The Teachers' Institute.The seven nights in Sllcce: ion the sentinel Jeweler.

'. a get"we..t Home at the-same Truby, Steinburg: & Co. Mond.iy of this week. teachers who' were prese'Ut at the placed on duty lerurge! postoak stumpat
& Ricnanl. Teachers' Institute in Lake Butler last his assertion with
price at Hciberger Travel 1 i> picking lip. There area the edge rt a swamp was found dead! i
Oar line of ladies' black bilk urn.Uiie11as Fine mill property for sale. Apply great many people 'coming South Sittndiiy thoroughly t enjoyed I both themselves -! next morning. The eighth sentinel volunteered -! Starke Fla.

cannot be surpassed. to John II. Johns! New River even this early in the season. and the meeting. There were only! several good and for the perilous po-itton. and resolved .

t. Truby, Stcrnbuig &; Co. 0'1' to J. L. Fraze-e: at Staike. Terms about liftcca present, but what was lack-I to discover the cause of the death
suit chaser. Good reasons for all kinds of in nunibeis made the e.iraestuess I
to put : headquarters can ing waS up by comr.ules-
All! kinds of hauling done i romprK'ljat lof his seven ;
] J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s tables- given for \\ ishing to tell. dies. J list reoc-ivul a fresh lot from and enthu-i.iMn of those present. substantial reasons lie determined to shoot: at the first liv. Largest Assortment of ,.
: the Jj'rlIartiu & Co. Ii.siitutu announced the
factory. The was by VV
|? Send Jacksonville. consign- ValtC'rYills keeps the bcst candy ing thing that ca'ne from the swamp.
c your ------- Clocks and
T J.E01t.\l'lI to meet ul O.oO:: a. m, but it fired Watches
Pike
Tl at. it happened w:\s a h.'g.
11DeDt to the Florida Producer's in town.M. Mr. W. J. Thebe-\ut: of Jacksonville .
not C.ICI! lu oidei till a few miull.cs!
was rolled off and there
; Dd Consumers' Exchange. tf spent Sunday in St.vke, the at it. The hog's skin
\ R. Liddon is opening new before 11. Following are the procccdih r -
:of"!) ton't that we are head- guest rf his father-in-law Dr. C. A.imlUons. lay a dead I.idiau warrior, the same brave Jewelry, i
; forget for Janus Means' shoes. goods next door to Dr. Gaskins'drugstore. in detail: First of all, he has served who had hilled the seven other soatiics.

[:fiCJ..narters. After the Institute was called to order Mr. Pike is xery old now. He i is

'- i _.ruby, Sternburg & Co. A handsome prize with everypound Capt.l.. J\. Knight has returned l h.y the chairman, Professor liciicll Superintendent behind the dry goods counter wi.tely known and highly esteemed inAlauam _. Special attention given to thd repairing .

wl yon tried Sweet Home flout? of coffee at Walter \VillVynn >'. to Staike after a lorg absence. His 11111 mule! a talk to the :,. He never tires of telling the of Clocks and Watches
.1aIrsare increasrngevery day. friends are glad to welcome assembled pedagogues. The chai irnoan I I
many I tory of Ills billing Ihe Seminole warrior Good work done at reasonable rata ,;' .
I'j'iTbebest*' trade nteiit.. "For sale by Prescott & \ at Sampson, him hack then called for leacheib: n-poits as to thegrading for 25 years, and is conceded in a hog's s>km.-Jacksonville Metropolis

1, : Heiberger & Richard. will clean rice Wednesday and Saturday : of their schools. Veiy little ,- -.- ,- FOR SALE.The .
; Ir the city a
:; Livingston! was m Here's Uicliness
4Schqo1 1 books and .-t tio'H'rynewJ' : of each ueek. 114: 4t returned piiigiess had be-en m.ide. except ia :Staike:: to be the keenest buyer that
f<'\\" dajs this week, but to The election in this slate ws u perfect described located
I following properly
ick-at jMcirgan: : l>ro's.Ask Liku Butler and a fe-\v otlu-r tchools;
: I All kinds of fancy groceries offered Jacksonville, where she expects to consumed all the t lime till farce-simply a matter (If counting out within the corporate limits of the
1C"Wtbli cards tt'nci11 Thc.u'l'p.rl"
; for ; to the market.
; the winter.Rev. .
''ftc.,, of the Florida Producer-. and I cheap by ;M.) Liddon.} ivmiin: : dining 12 o'clock when a recess was taken till goes \ by the democratic inspectors of election. I town of Stnrke. is offered for sale:
------ This is the first time that the native citizens Two Acres of'JLniul '
' Mr.J Randall,. who has been
COiwumers'Exchange. ifIt : 1 p. m. '
Ripan$ Tahules euro nausea. Second. His long experiencein election stolen from
had well
,
have nu well fenced which is" good
., holding an interesting meetinj; at Probably because dinner was extra nice upon
Job all kinds theTZLEGRLPIIihlice.
of at '
1 *? i printing Waller Wills has just recehedthe the I Baptist church, left on Tuesday or for suiuu other icason, the lustttute did them by their friends,, and neighbors andit painted and plastered two-story dwelling

l ; finest stock.of candies_: in town. for his homo in South Florida. not meet ill 2 o'clock. The program as the business gives him a is rigbt amusing ti> hear the "kicks." tin excellent well of water bricked fn ra .
Jfc: K. J. ..Jnx- |has tOO;() Ciosly ceMue1ery .
; -- Tnar.uvrii but it will not be so 'amusing it there is the clay; good! stable and (lulbnUdln.nos.The .
the then
. |*. lots fcr sale. CLOTHING( CLOTHING!! :\liss Hlake awl l \II' \Vhiting and untioiinred i in I :3 not some relief from this disgraceful situation is listof the Trees : .
'- liiken up but was not followed strictly.TIIl'n superior knowledge of what the following n growing
Write to the P. & C.: ExThanr(, We have a full line at low price" son, fiom New I Haven, ( ()iI'l., are was hOt a Ijj"cIIs-ion (III the melho'U I I for our people will not stand being upon this pHici-t V
.Jackontuh1e for ruaikcl 1 h't'I $ hec1or SteM-nbnrg! & Co. 4).flJfl !* two of the) Storm cot- in suclr deliberate manneras
P'. : Tinby, I counted out u 80 Plum Trees, I3vmirfetks,2tL yearbearingCIvstuutM
hiishrnl in
o of leaching : geognipby. trade needs and where and
. (you ship el wwJlt'r('. tf tagl't:. They will remain all: thev the October: election. 1 am confident 5.2 varieties Ap-
. McDoi-aUl! } llar-
e-as'i for his which l'l'lifc"sors :Sehell
4v. ----- M. R. Liddon : I
We make (1 lav of pale. pays \ inter.A I have vith us. in this state a majority Standard 3 Pear
| rctnriis Oil : that we |>lcs! 6 trees (3 ) on roots;
sells ---- ti anti olheis p.irlicipitedReports ; ( "
Sfl.; :P,' &C. Exchange, Jacksonvill I >. god, and._- ,--cheap.---- petition' was beingcirculated: :; on school tronljle-s: Were called how to get itat ROCK BOTTOM of the while. ; voters. I know the 40 Omnxo Trees. 4 varieties;77 l'enr.'

'..." 'tf, Ripans TabuUs move .tho-bowels., last Satuiday t lo get up} money for thciliD.Ih. fuel I that ii'ioiit! I the only state and the people very thoroughly and! 4 varieties; Apricot 7; Persimmon V

ONE MIlTTlRNlJOXES: of .i- Citron- etiirant'" *, r.usinand} enough to piy' the line of. 'IVtstone, i !serious trouble I was: to gel the scholars to PRICES. I h;kve io doubt :the above statement is 77. choicest varieties; Peach 80. large

1 .:au.l'M>.! wanted, by Burton K. U.urs, flulfls just l't'ce \'t'II':1tYaltl'r who is H'nil'J1: sentence1: ill the pu-bue .1 sv'e.malic: course of study.An literally true Our people: feel confident I selected! varieties; Quince 2. Chinese.
J klo'l1\'illt'. ) j jail. I' Third. He carries the nicest that they can carry the state in the future, All the above trees are In bearing most
county "How make
,1 \\ .1 ills'. __ ___ e-s.iv. er.tite-d! n our educa-I
.. .h'11' need
titizens is
and what nil our In their second
of tLtm I
Peaches
year.
:1 grnpcb, berrio: vcgetaw ( rdntr ha l sehobis hnnd respect us. wn then ,
: in tin ;\ S. I". j : opened a -
involved ,
!; w, etc., and oranges in si'a!,nn. Come and see the bargains land oflic" in the buiMing' with the1 lead by Miss l Hula Hier3. It was an excellent line of Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets lion on llur economic questions I Thisplace must lie seen tow apprecineed. -
M. R.LiddonV. .
tf crockery and glass ware at to give us so rteciiled a majority of the I For further information apply to1)R.
P. & C. Ex.: JncVvonville.The : ] .
4 Staike Drug I Corn pan: ). M IJ-. Gardner piper"The : while people of the sUite that we cannot
!
l, TELEGRAPH will be sent to is prepared[ : to sell land to all 'H>I methodsof! : teaching the fi act'next ionsand and plushes for this mar- be counted' i-ut. Fraternally yours.S. ,,. i. A. L. SCOTT, .' .
compound pioporiioiN..S
|:'t:41fl7:;( address for $1 a year. intended i slull'rs. I Hung on tin pio ram. l'roft"8SIl'SIc; S Commute lJ.u n..y.People's _Starke, Fla. ,-
Executive -
State
|IVNo: trouble to tour moneY ----- Douald ;aiul lluitig: ixpLuned iheir met ii- Cimni ruin ii
f. g ket the trade '. Ecununust.
consequenty Pllr & Hall
The Newhiiver Association !' the raze .
;. 'beri you deal! with the P. & C. Ex- BaptIst od-1, which vveic much appreciated by I c V
.. !b tfs !i.. in i session at I Dedan: church, ,.tc'i'cheis.\ tfupi-iinlendeiil:\: Hill followed! A company of young Lulled is being or-
ing., : _ with aMo talk 011 Our duty as \to tchis : drill the Att'ys and Counsellors at Law -.
--- Pine Hill and will' remain: in ses..ionIIntil an comes to him for nice goods. giiuizv.-d lit Live Q.lk to agninsi; ,
I.
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'. ,Fine 1 lorand J WAlvarez <' II) Ihc public schools., PiofcvorMcDonald
1 at Two
aiiiagei of 50
$
next Sunday. This is a very nddiesson :buwnaec: : RifiV fur( prize ROOM NO.1. JOSESf BLOCK
made
ztlo l
: an eloquent
'"it il( & Co. intl.II.otinO'm'.clin.:> ... the samo subjct. I Fourth. His financial stand- or three cnlerpiiilng geplle-mcn will put! STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA. *?
3 i \ T stock of ---- I intensting sut j"cls which hndbeen the for the lailic'3 ngiiiust Third and
y, V llo.loes has aIjEclothing lArje thi :Se'veial: up money young And Downey Bulld'g. cor 'to
: that he i?; bound to sell. The' bridge ga"g are busy > ,announced weie la'M aside till nt-\t I the same amount to be put up by ih; Center'trs-t Fernandlna, Fla. '.
trestle him to direct
,;iCall anil see it. week repairingAlligator ; meet 111 g., and stittd ing enables buy company. tic drill to take place in sixty jyi7
which was in a dangerous con Superintendent: Hill arose
};] 'If you are due anything on your : rg dition. It is; flO'15 very good as new that as the people; of Providence had not from the manufacturer and days. Whichever side wills is to cttutrib- COMER, L, PEEKATTORNETLtW aDd l'IOTAR
their Novem- well as the tCOffels. V
have
: invited time teachers to ute tbe priin money as ..:.and
;|, uWriptioii'\ to the TKLEOKAPH weT and will probably last many"jcatsyet. I > er meeting at that place, also taking into to Hit* school building. .The young Fire Insurance.
Will take oats, corn, fodder} ] ota'f' I consideration the distance of Provide!:ce
'.r tots else IT'S PLAINLY A BLUFF I himself strictly for cash, and thus put- ladies Ire nnxious: for the drill and feel RepreaenU LIVERPOOL LONDOX &;Gt.oBE. _.'
,., : ,.chickens, eggs or anything he had! taken the authority upon WASHINGTONGREENWICH..'
want aliaflll1 Hampton people are talking of.. to announce Ihe place of meeting as Lake confident, tlf winning.MivlUon Recorder PROVIDENCiS IIAUTFORD Fire Insurance "'
+Jou : 'n turn off, :and to sell goods SECURTTY!: and
IK Wirkoi: jricc. t fF for anyone to pretend of putting up a canning! factory. AnilidllStlV Butler instead of Piovidn Ila said ting him in touch with the importer Bucklen'3 Arnica Salve. Companies. Choice lot of Land In town anti V
'ft as: cheaply! as we do. A legion of this kind would he a big I he !hoped the teachers would su"lam his The lest> Halve In th* world for cuts, I county for sale. FLORIDA. ',

F"J;: A ftfll line of James Alt-mi1* cel purchaners know that our prices thing for u locality in which it i is actionA brimeti, sores' uh-ern.\ salt raeuni. fever STARKB Jnelfltf V
Iebrated! ; shoes for men and} boys at defy yivalry and that alUour goods We the will motion was made by Professor McDonald and manufacturer, mak- sore, tetter chapped li/ n built. hope gentlemen
notch in of "that we pardon: our worthy corns "n>l all skill eruptions, anti fKi i- E.: L. STEWART, .H. D.
J: Trnby, Sternburg & Co.i' touch the top point build it. superintendent this tnne"and ask him net tively ('!res pitos.or no pay re juin-. Uin I -

quality. Generally speaking, low -------- to do so again: '" Carried. ing him the only middle man guaranteed '.o give |.err.,.,,, salU'-u-iiou OtceiiWa. V-V -. .;' _ _
: Von &I.E-One I llernnuf Ii re-iroof prices and poor quality are Siamese At a colored fair held at London Professor McDonild then gave a hearty or money refutuleel. Price tl i tnts per i : ;'

&: &fc- Apply V> lIrs1.: l. A. Head, twins that can't be"separated. Elbert's house near Temple's' Mill I ii.vitalion to the Institute in lH.-h.tlf ifSlatke box. Fa.r ><,lIe l hy Starke Drugi'o." ,. "

,-ifift.' BqrrlU I lIutl"I'i LawteFl.& To give trade a new impetus, we Saturday night, Ishatn Wilson, the that they hold their next meeting between the consumer and man Starke ,Dmg, Company.' .. VV .. V
-- at lli.il: place. By an unanimous vote. wv8tr
{ ::<..91Ir lih:e
;if .dress, gnihs i is wry COOl l'k'''',':lucl all a trial. Strong, was shot and quite badly meeting. The time was set as the Saturday ufacturer. 1 1J, .v.luI H.- RIyERS.V ..;.
....t.., "j... TKUBY STERNBURG & Co. injured. after the first Monday in December. '
ask i" ihit I vou give IH a I lookLcfore The Institute then hdjourued. J I -_ -- \ N,0.: .

r; you hll;'.. &Ir prices arc The Chicago; LedgerIs Mr. Arthur Tibbitts, who is traversing LEoN P.UNWISE ., _i I I ? :ct I V

i,'i;}1ght and quality: superior. t wl'nly'cl1rs old and has a circulation the state in the interest of Tonic "Women. ," '.., '" -" ,..
Tniliy, Sternburg & Co. I of .14IJooo' copies a week. It is a com- the Southern Tourist, of Jacksonville OF CARDUI a .-' ; ;"' ,'" GENERAL MERCHANDISE :.

I In dress---trimmingve-- !l have everything I, bit ell story' anti famity piper fully handsomely up tome paid a short visit to Kingsleylast : For Town Marshal. :-,; '- ,
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'if- thai: is new and) stylish.; I Is limes) illustiated.in't'rv particular Then is a Fashion week, where lie was the guest The friends of ..J.V.. Alvarez take this ..,,4-. ',..'. ,', DliftiOOlKS.NOTIONS -
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''j[ Triihy. Sternburg; & Co. Depaitmcnt and also u Young People's of'his aunt, Mrs. Puddy. method of announcing him candidate .I -V '.
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/ : either of which alone is for town marshal. If elected he will do I -
'L" ,A full line Department lie is suited to the ,, : : '.' V :
Of adies' Lumber
Jersey jack- worth lime subsciiption price of $3 per The Ambler Company his duty faithfully. : V: -V>y V
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H i Ita at Truby, Sternburg & Co's. )'('111', $1 for six montus or 50 cents has commenced work on the new office in every respect! of Starke.and we ask the <.,;:-; :!:' p;.: 1 J. L. GASKINS -* .
of the voters V V
' fcr three mouth Send for free railroad. A large: force of men have support ". .: VV HOOTS, V ., -. ..
T![ McElrce'o Wine of Cardcf specimen copies and inducements for been it work this week ditching and FIUEXDS V : V: I DE.1LEII IK V. V :- I

;,...: and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT EH: t'l II lis. Boys and selling gina the everywhere Ledger to regular arc- getting ready to cut out .the right- A democratic seator gained ,la New V : ; :i ; I Drugs & MedicinesStarke SI1OESanl' : '>, ,' .

;.;:...I.r. : wle by the following merchants ia making customers.ule money fQr narticulHis. of-way. .Work!! on the road bed will! ;York, Wisconsin and. Montana will give ,. ,.: V ....., ",. : .... .{' VV Flat ;.;:: *

,,' ,:: rtrd county Address the puhlisher.V.. D. llllvce. U$. commence 'soon and the work will.., the senMe to tho democrats by two major r" "'r', "'"* ""'ik.If..X.-'J .r-..::;i.i -.-'. .., .. I Physicians Proscriptions (. GROCERIES.. i

, i KTAllKE nUUO Co.. RUrlcej 115 and 117 Fifth avenue ( Ohicag 4t be pushed tbtough to completion.cELREE'S ity. :,- .\; $' :7 ,:%::o. I "* JT & > i
9W.. YOUNG. Hampton _ V <.; .:A. ,'f",.. .1 .>I Gtrefii/ Compounded:: a hO'UJ"(7at tn 1 ..,...
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zr FLORIDA'S NEWS, BUDGET ,to open up a new market, and to'encour- THROUGHOUT. THE SOUTH TELEGRAPHIC GLEANINGS.The T C. COOS,

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age,what will be a necessity to Florida in n. .* ... sill

;. ... the futurt-the markets Europe-can A bright little boy,whose home to In ,1A&ixaate.
lend on their fruit consigned to me, I a numbers among whose

i. CoBtaiiiiiiz'a :V met, of Interestiii aniTopics. to Fernandina. There will ba Notes of Her Process ml Frostily! Hews ol tie forli Condensed Iota:;' dolt neighboring friends a' Grand, Army h, hs,David* become a C C1 o. Cig wo'through -

plenty of room for' all such surplus whO mine,.for story-telling purposes, BandaT-stJiiool'imbUcatlons I but 43,years, t:

.1 Efltcflaillk & aa may thus .come' forward, as we' Briefly Epitoiaizeil Pithy! and.P. i 1tBd ''mD i may be called toee.- The. boy bad, lift- M. fl. WM born In J. Worcester,.
haT't only about 10,000 boxes pledged, eagerly and with inter a". of E. 8. Cook, 00 IQT K KCEBED
-- tDe !;! 1880, SOB R. Enamels,
1 and Flint
while the steamier will 20,000 bat .I with rutM. *wUcfe nthetunds.
carry Mr. Rose's .
a mf In tare the iron,and born off.ThiBlma
The Bloomfield Kaolin company fans taxes. That we have spared no expense And Important Happenings from Day Interesting, .and Instructive to All tle's that he had helped tbA and .o a San Store Pollst is Brillile

: 1 ust refused an offer of over $ O,000 for to get the best fruit'carrier obtainable is to Day Tersely Told. Classes of Header the war of the rebellion. earnest f ad ,devoted uM Darableandilje package with every consumer purchase.MOTHERS pay*. tor BO tlaor

.. to.mines at Blo..mfield, Lake county. illustrated by the fact that we have paid er, although not & brg truestorytelling member of the church
11,600 more for the.Ethel wold than we instincts, .Dot
It is could have obtained an Al fruit steamer Miss Lilly Storer the only surviving Dispatches of Tuesday state that Democratic forget to mention the conspicuous part L and Sudy-o. D1EsEXpEcrNGTo&o -

timore rumored that a company of Bal- for, now due in New York, with a cargoof granddaughter of Andrew Johnson diedat electors in Oregon have withdrawn i he took in the rations bottles. I He began tecbl

bnsiness packers will start an oyster-pack fruit, which Besides would carry 25- Knoxville, Tenn., Sunday. in favor of populist elector conflict. of which Mr. Rose loved in Ward's Rolling
T
W ing business at .Apalachicola soon. Tnis 000 boxes of oranges. The names of Minter & Bobo, Sedtlia, S. C., burnedout A St. Petersburg, Russia, cablegramstates bt to talk was the battle .of |MHl3 Sundy-shol in .' 'fv'niTijSE KirirfMiBRADfmD
<> future promises of the to become in the near those who'have pledged fruit, and also Tuesday night. Charley Bctsill, a that seven new case of cholera Gettysburg. I was in that conflict that Chicago, age of

industries.one city's most substantial the number of boxes, will be sent you, clerk, narrowly escaped with his life and one death were registered Sunday. his own prowess shone to the grttavotag. 17. helping also in one

*0 that the Florida representative who is and broke his leg in jumping from a win- Frenchmen interested in the Panama. As his own recollection ran Cox and sometimes. two
D.V
to go with the steamer can be selected by dow. Loss total; insurance $5,000. canal have to the Columbian : an important part in that schools of the West Side, inset-
M. The train robbers are still at l large and November 10. The Lor.don market has A special 'of' Tuesday from Charlcs- government applied for an extension of one fight that in the imagination of his impressionable lug mon different hours, unt the

Ev no whereabouts.two persons'agreo as to their present already been selected by cable advice .town, Bid., says: Eight colored prisoners -' lathe. time allowed for resuming woik.year young listener, his personality fire of 1871 chnge plans ...Jri'
I eople arc still as muc'a from England, for the reason'that better convicted of the murder of JamesH. dominat the historic scene. gt marked the hi. work
at sea as ever as to how they Western Union directors at a meeting I hthcrtook ad bgnnici in the dis- 1- } 'JJ E4iooicrp .
the *
got away. prices will bo obtained thereothan else' Hill, near Wellington, Kent county, ago the North
.J The grand jury is investigating the mat.. where. I wish to impress on every orange last April, have been sentenced to be Tuesday, decided to increase the capital him to see a realistic bys of Get- o tress and pressing need for help h lef his

*. ter, but so far has made no report, and chipper the necessity of,establishing hanged. The evidence may secure Pott's stock of the company from $86,200,000to tysburg.; The boy was all eyes and en- home and rent neighborhoods rms in of the pr- : MOTIIERS2M&zjRz J

; very few people expect that body to find a good reputation for his brand in Eng conviction and cause the ninth execution $100,000,000. thusiasm. He scarcely heard the terse est district and toughest where, with three other young "'
r_ out anything. The general) is The China Mail Chi Yin has teen i his father undertook to him, be REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA!, .
opinion land. This can be done by sending good for the murder.A says description that men whom h. persuaded to join SOLD or AIA pmracuTS.- -,

: : that they have made good their escape. quality, well packed and selected oranges Columbia, S. C., special of Tuesdaysays appointed the next Chinese minister; to give him of the famous battle, but after eave himself to relief and German mission theatre work.Her _____f_ -. ..
*. the United States. He holds 'the the he North avenue, in a -
now his scene,
-and when the reputation of shipper feasting eyes upon '.
: : Rumors are current that Governor started his &*&*'
: A canal has been cut through the nar- is once established in the European mar- Tillman has received a rood ffir post of chief of instruction.A turned to his parent and inquired, "Pa, and Mission,"hall t a buildingof

; row strip of land between the ocean and kets in these particulars, such a one will from capitalists, who propose very to refund New York dispatch! of Tuesday is this theplaoe where Mr. Rose worked!" its atea remove Th.mision, with at German 1

the Indian river at Gilbert's bar two hun get 60 cents per box more tha'i a careless the entire state debt. A short while agoa says: It has been decided that Cleveland -Ne" York Times. tendanco fSWtoJ45a, lte built o" nt h

dred feet wide and having a depth of packer and shipper." Mr. Rio, of Augusta visited the governor will make one more speech in New Ji jrsey and l.tin.withcnt all others ,were! -
The
-. from eight to ten feet at low tide. It and it is thought that the offer is and probably one' in Delaware before. the Largest SrentThe or apt fo tv e. He all organized '
has been named "Santa Luca election. North .,North
Inlet. the
the outcome of the meeting. and superintended Ion
TIle Milk in the Cocoannl. largest of which accurate

; The 15 was opening the occasion of the new for Inlet on October Sometimes, when it rains a little longer Young' station, about thirty miles Railroad securities belonging to the measurements serpent have been taken notedwas Lake Avenue View Mission Ucion Lake school View, and, 11.ioo Elgi and the .

and festiviiies to the great rejoicing than we think it ought or when a sudden north of Carrollton, Ga., on the Chatta- estate of the late Charles Stewart Pa melt an anaconda, which Dr. Gardner Grace Church School, besides & Syup' ;
Brevard and people of lower drop in the temperature sets in a a-shiv- nooga, Rome and Columbus railroad, was were sold in New York Tuesday, and found dead'and suspended to the fork ofa enterprises elsewhere. I ]

upper Dad. :. crinpr, we so far forget ourselves as to actually burnt up Thursday night. The depot, ,iealized $15.000. Park of the proceeds tree during hi travels in Mexico. I His first publications were to divide prepared the only cost ; :

call down an imprecation on this fifteen bales of cotton and a number of 20 to ParnelPs widow and part toy'his. was dragged into the open by fo his own schools he,asked then,orders from others. Te.I
t The Volusla County Record : and d Florida climate of loaded It is mother. found type-setting heat
says tuperb unequal" cars were consumed. thoughta horses and was to measure thirty- NoonsTcould more surprised than
"That negro,: Jenkins, once under arrest ours. No doubt some of us have made spark from a passing engine set fire to Striking electric wiremen of New York seven feet in length. Inside of it were the demand b created. Afterwards his Coughs, Cold Hoarseness, : i

: for the' Packwood murder, sometimes break of this kind since the damp chill some! cotton on the depot platform.A met Saturday night and organized >:a cooperative discoved the bones and flesh of a horsein schools tu plc for first testing new Chest and Spitting-m -

; thinks,he knows something about the of last Monday night struck the city and New Orleans dispatch of Wednesday electric company. Ihe /strikes a half digested state, and there was helps and new and idea close application is t this to Ion it, that for Blood. I have.te many kirk '<

i murder and then he doesn't. We think state and forcibly reminded us that there says: Thomas A. Glcason, a cotton are fighting a combination of eigh- no doubt that it had swallowed the an- the work indebted for what h.has done Cough Syrups my te.

.. the been detective work in the case has not I is a Florida winter and, that: we must buyer, has been arrested for obtaining 'een firms and expect to come off victo imal whole.Dr. fO the cans ar of Sunday-school literature.The me say to anyone wanting utJf

conducted properly. The public prepare for it. But no true Floridian $8,000 to $15,000 from the Whitney national rious. Gardner and other travelers say medicine-German Syrup thebcst
setms to get held of every development said harsh word of this c.i- that anacondas and attain police of New York city in one i *"
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ever yet
in bank by forging cotton press receipts A meeting; of the advisory board of the pythons boa 202 We are subject to so many sndd
:' the matter, however mall it may be, mate that he wasn't' sony for it forth- and fraudulant insurance p..licies. (Georgia Southern and Florida railroad. a length of over forty feet but there is year shot 160 mad dogs, attended to changes from cold to hot d
as soon as the detectives." This found .174 drowned people ,
is a decided with-for anything short of nn insistence no recorded instance of one having been foundlings,
Gleason has been in the cotton business was held at Baltimore Friday morning.
in
weather here but families
4 compliment to the live turned off the water which they wh&j'German
newspaper that it is the finest in the world is rank encountered longer than that which has Co'on
.. here for fifteen years and is known several plans of benefit to the security
is
r men of Florida. heresy, as the Florida creed goes. throughout the country.A lolders of the railroad were discussed, been mentioned, though many persons found running tmes, and reported Syrup ue there is ltE
WDelmd Upon this point of the climate the best but no conclusion reached. have seen serpents alive which they estimate 2933 fires and 78,30 volatons- or- trouble from F.Jone
Raleigh N. C. telegram; : Another
testimony which has come under our observation says to be of considerably size.- din ances.d1 -. !
fr. is destined greater
to be the
great famous case has been settled. In A dispatch of Saturday from Suakim,
fruit shipping ecction of the world, or for many a day was that given 1870 Josiah Turner, editor of The Raleigh Egypt, says Osman Digua, has failed .Brooklyn Eagle. FOB Indigestion, and Stomach
Dpa
old gentleman, who has lived in The Best
by an Iron .aMYl11
it would be
perhaps Bitt.r
more correct to pay Sentinel arrested by Governor induce the different tribes to himn
was 0 join
the Jacksonville tinuously for a quarter : Japanese Cannot Waltz. Tonic,it rebuilds the system, the Blood -'
great orange shipping section. Within Holding militia and jailed. Some years his proposed revolt against the Egyp- and strengthens the muscles. A splendid tonic ;
: a radius of five miles from DeLand of a century. lie his is a native of in Massachusetts New- later he sued Holdin for $800 damages.The ian government and he has retired to Henry Goodrich, who has returned fo weak and debilitated prnA ,. ,
there are ten thousand acres of orange spent early years went term after term. Laterit Amet where he is his
i York state went into the fHr West when case on collecting own from Japan, had a funny experience at Berlin inventor has an instrument which
trees. Estimating sixty trees to the acre, against G. Rosenthal the thousandth pirt of a second.
was brought receiver orces. Osaka. "The governor's wife, said he, measures Bile
.: this woud! be six hundred thousand young: man and "grew up with tha
tree, of the Holdin at Hillsboro.
estate A disastrous wreck occurred "was of ; friends and Printed.
the
country" for a good and fin- on one my specal once The Only One Ever
and if they have five boxes when many years
; full they will yield three each million ally, in 18C8, came to Jackson Saturday, Turner took a non tuit. Fort Wayne road, in Alleghany Pa. when the emperor an.i empress were expected '- CAN YOU fIND THE WORD? 8eM:
grown ville to 1'rw and be never fails A call was issued Friday for a meetingof Wednesday afternoon. A fast heightwas to visit the city a ball was arranged There i a 8-inch display advertisement in
: boxes of fruit, or about million ; this wulcn has no two words
one more this week.
than the entire of the this to thank 'the kind fate that directed the stockholders of the Savannah company hit by a keystone express from Chi- in their honor. They were not expected lapr. one word. The same is true o
state
-The crop year. him thither. He i. 82 years old- which owns tbe Middle Georgia and cagosmashing six cars and badly wreck to be present, but many of their each new one appearing each week.from

Supplement. well preserved, with physical ailmentsor Atlantic railroad in Savannah at noon on ing the engine of the express. Engineer nobles would be. The governor was Dr."Crescent"Barter Meicine Co.thing Tub tbey house make places and a Gut t cure Bilious .t't?

'- infirmities hale, hearty, with scarcely a Saturday, November 12th, at the officeof Harry Sauerbeck, of engine No. 1 express anxions that his wife should b able publh. Look for it, send them the name bottle. Price 25c for sate by druggists
; It is one thing to grow an orange. Itt wrinkle in his face interested in ail that the company. The circular letter announces and a fireman were badly crushed. to lead in the opening quadrille beg- te and they will return you BOOK.
; f another to lake it : LITHOGRAPHS O!lurr.rRIX Picture"7.17.' and sample dose
quite from
where goes on about him and out in the great that the syndicate loan of $150- Fall River, Mass.\ manufacturers at a ged me to teach her. So I undertookthe UUJ t'
,. this fruit is plentiful and cheap to where world,"too, and good apparently for many 000, with which* the road is to be built meeting Thursday voted to increase the task and formed a little ca. They Have Yew AsthmaT F SMITH A CO. Pnprtetov.IIEW:- S

it is scarce and high< and get a good years yet.. He has traveled somewhat, from Macon to Covington, a distance of wages of weavers to 21 cents per cut, learned the square and Dr.R. Schlffmann,St. Paul,Minn.Asthma,will m lnnn DOLLARS FOR :
i profit on it for the grower. If the twentv-four miles is But it could but a ta package of t'a I hull We all ehruw*rfH.eases .'
grower completed. even hop through a polka
,
and: hiB reading and observation have and all other departments in proportion.This fr any sufferer. relief in uww by Ian by 'i
"' could only do this himself, at 'no expense been by no means limited, and he rays: may be necessary to change the contractin is practically an advance of about they could never; 'never learn to walz worst c and cures where others fail. mebods.. Add.." !>
i' ., ) the business would be a very"prof.Itable "As far as I can lear.n this Florida cli- some particulars.The 7 percent and restores wages to the stan- They turn their toes in such a way Name t and send adrREY.I. TERIO.1IED.CO.,V N.Broad t.At:.,

one for him. Now isn't the marketer nearest of the dard of 1884. The that waltzing, I fear, will always be beyond NATIONAL SURGICAL
mate is the most healthful, the preliminary investigation vote was almost P.CARSON, Dak.. says:
-'. entitled? to a An good share of thegrower's perfect, of any in the whole world. It.. men charged with throwing eggs at S. unanimous and was voluntary on the partof them.-Exchange.How bttes of!Hall's" Sold Stand.by cmpltteilycuedmyltegr. .! I f.- INSTTUr
the
profits orange on tree has some 'outs,' of course-hut loss in S. Booth, nominee for elector on the fusion the manufacturers. Drggits Treat* "
,in Florida Iso't worth'much. In London number than those in any region I knowof ticket and Captain R. F. Eolb and A democratic national headquarters'circular He Caught Clod. Our old reliable eyewater cures weak or In-: Club Chronic Fwt.Dnwsnf.Thiii..i wtek M-i 4
orParis it will bring six cents in the and Its advantages so far outweigh breaking a political meeting which flamed eyes or granulated lids without pain. HIP,Spine and ..
I ; up : "Michael F. Kwyer Tues- Jon" 4
: fruit But says : John R.Dickey sty'
has to shops.be exercised somebody's intelligence those of all other localities as to throw they were to address in Gordon, Ala., day afternoon made one of the largo Doctor-"How did you get such a Pce2. DgCo. Vai I'g'arl.I. P.II o\. i-
to get it from here to Dof ,
them in the shade. Take the concluded at Montgomery Tuesday. cold I"Lite Hfia
: and into the completely was est bets that is on record in this cam tbe A
Europe cotnsumcr'a hands. run of the twelve months, day in and day Three of defendants were dischargedand paign. He wagered $20,000 against Boy (hoarsely)-"I don't know.I Semi fo UrlS!usr 0..... .

Exchange. out, and there is no other climate in the four were held to bail in the sum of $12,000 that Cleveland would carry the : wa "d Sunday." Po1liq tar. ain 'I,

e Tile New Bishop. world which will compare with this of $1,000 to answer any indictment which state of New York. The short (nd of "Your folks are not baptists." $ WOMAN HAS i .,

', The general convention of the P. E. Florida If men and women who live may be found by the Uni'ed' States the bet was taken by a representative of a "No, he just sprinkled me, but the >
church has placed all that of Florida here would only take half as good care of grand jury. The defendants gave bail. syndicate of Philadelphia republicans." water was awful cold." very Uttle desire to enjor the pleasures of lift,-aM Wentirely 'p ,

'.- south of the counties of St.part Johns, Putnam themselves as nature takes of them, they A Raleigh dispatch of Wednesday says: A dispatch of Tuesday from Rich "Humph" I What did you do Saturday any ordinary unflttcd duties for,I the afflicted care W of houekeepiaf' -.--**

: ,.Alachua and Levy in a missionary might prolong their lives many years in The arrest of State Election Registrar mond, Ind., says: Omar L. little is "

,. f.; jurisdiction of southern Florida, and has Florida. I'm afraid that, if the outside R. G. Reid, by A. W. Shaffer, United missing and his absence alarms his "Nothin', only" went fishin'." SICK HEADACHE J-:.
world knew murh of the climate of "Catch _
elected as States chief supervisor of elections, has any ,
as missionary bishop of the jurisdiction friends. A suit for $60,000 by his ;
Florida as I do, the area <.f the state of the sensations of "No. I would a-caught a lot, but I
proved one greatest
the Rev. Wra. C. Gray, D. I)., of mother is pending against him. For DAY AFTER DAY ir
suffice hold the fell in an' after that i
would to teeth chattered
Tennessee. This selection is very grati- hardly people the campaign. Reid has brought suit years he has been his mother's agent my 4?
would flock here to make their it scared th' fish." '
fying to, the bishop of Florida and the who against Shafer for $10,000or false She:: demanded settlement which he did so _ 1, and yet ter a feW c thai 315di- ;
homes. Too much cannot be said in its promptly IIlit '
arrest. Summons for Shaffer has been t"rpr c
deputies in the general convention. not make and the suit was filed. When for of the reliablereiMsrl
Biahop-elect Gray i it about 60 yeRrs'of praise. I never omit an opportunity to issued. The suit is based upon the opine Hittle left fro New York, he took boads Hard to Understand. should always!* Ipro h U- period of SMSt<' '.
: speak well of it-and I'm sure that I've ion of the state attorney general that nei- "
age and rector of one of the principal and securities aggregating $80,000 to "
I churches in Nashville, Tenn. He has done some good in my small way. But ther Shaffer nor his supervisors have any have cashed.A Little Boy- shu'd think thee 'thou- thanYEARSjL
: represented that diocese in the how much more a newspaper might do 1" power to make arrests and that his actionwas sand-leg' bugs would starve or some-
general This, after all, is tbe milk in the co- entirely illegaLFacts special from Indianapolis pays: Attorney thin'." there has been no Instance reported. '
convention for many years. He is a man coanut. We may dwell till doomsdayon General Miller, in an interview Little !" oN] BNJOYSBt eaies hare not,been permanently and -
of great zeal and untiring industry concerning an immense real estate Gr-"Why '
strong Thursday confirmed the that he "
material natural aad report got for to
and forcible as a preacher and warm- our advantages, transaction became known in Bruns. thing eat, the method and when PROMPTLY CURE -
but in the final analysis it'sour would retire from the cabinet of President ,same as other haven't rlt :
acquired
hearted and genial in manner. The diocese wick Ga. Saturday. R. R. Hopkins, bug of taken
climate that beats the world-and Harrison next March, whatevermay "Of course. Figs i ; pleasant ;
has reason to be very thankful fort real estate agent and owner of the Hop- be the result of the election. Gen and the BY ...
that practical resident of "Well I don't see how tastes acts .
as a very they can keep refehg t ad
the selection of admirable in Camden sold his "
kics railroad
BO a to county, :
bishop eral Miller stated that he had
Manatee county said not very long ago, made up all those legs goin' ard think of anthingelse.Street nty on the Kidneys, the me of a tingle box the gennta* i
take and on the noble work inaugurated entire interest including track cars, locomotives : pty celebrated o .. -3
-
up carry his mind to this effect over a _
"is the one thing in which we surpass year ago. & Good News. Lvr and cleanses the srs-
4 by Bishop Weed In southern and timber interests to P. L. Smih's Bwe
: The motive that prompts him is finan-
all the rest of the world but which. unfortunately -
,' Florida. While Bishop Weed's field will we can't transport to Chicago Conquest & Co., of Virginia. This trans- cial conditions and hip desire to resume Look at the Clock colds hesd- DR c. .McLANE'SLIVER '
now be circumscribed, it will still remain action added to Conquest & Co.'s large aches and fevers and cures
and exhibit at the "World's Columbian he practice of litw at Indianapolis. See how regularly its pendulum swings and hbitrafcnstpton
very large in extent. holdings, makes them about the largest fro. With regularity: do the bowels t Syrup of 'PILLS :
Exposition, Bo we must resort to A New York dispatch says: "The kndr Fig i te a
: .. other di vices to bring investors and prospectors crosstie firm in the country. Tbe sale electric wire men met in Clarendon hallTuesday move when habit of body 1 reformed by remedy or its kind produced ,
History Corrected. involved about $38,000, but the exact the thorough laxative and promoter of to the taste and which may be procured at any Drug Store.or
here. When'once they get a morning. and decided dge pleg acceptable
upon a address the of
From the TimesUnion.It could not be learned. tion and mAe&any O receipt 2
taste of the climate they are very likelyto figures general strike. The walking de legates secretion Hosteter's Bit t te stomach, prompt'in' lmp : .?
is certainly remarkable that after a Bruce ot the United States die ters. The liver,too, always affected in constipation t Pflls should be careful .
'- But Florida man and Judge were to and decision beneficial !
stay every appealed a was ,resumes its activity when this medicine It acton truly in its elite the genuine ale. There are several
; lapse of nearly sixty yean an actual survivor woman should talk up and write up the trict court, in session at Montgomery, reached that all the affiiliated trades is use. Not less efficacious is it in malarial prepared only from the most felt on the Dr.markec '.calculated to decel..
I Celebrated UwPBsTImanufactured
'; of the Dade massacre should come Florida climate. It can stand it all.- Ala., sustained a motion to quash the should be called out with the exceptionof nervousness.The trouble, rheumatism and healthy and its on by :
I to the front here in Jacksonville, and Times-Union. petition for'writ and mandamus to compel tin workers and bricklayer The able sbtce YLZMIIiG BROm.i P1ttIbiXjL
with a memory as clear H crystal and the probate judges, sheriffs and circuit delegates started out during the telephone has been known i India for may quate cmed it -=
..' with his truthfulness amply Touched for, How Rice Is Grown. clerks of Bullock and Macon counties call the union men off their jobs.morningto It generations. t all and hve it 'the mostpopular ANASTONISHINOTONIC :f 1i

describe the scene of carnage as graphically to appoint third party representatives is thought the strike affect 50,000 FOB impure or thin blood,Weakne Malaria rme y kow
and as closely in detail as if the South Carolina and Georgia formerly among the managers or inspectorsof may Neuralgia, Indigestion BiQunes Syrup of sale in 50o FOR WO
,' battle had been but raised the bulk of the rice of the take Brown Iron Bitters-it Fig _
fought yesterday. crop the election. Judge Bruce grantedthe men.At old and $1 all
making persons feel young-and leading drug
The story of' Louis Fatio, the negro United States, their low-laying sea islandson motion to quash on the ground that 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon two persons strong; pleasant t take. young gists. Airy reliable
S of Dade not corrects their Atlantic coast men entered Ford County bank at Spear. druggist who ;;J
guide Major only being specially the court did not have authority to issuean
ville Kans.. and with drawn the wealth of .this country in the may not have it on hand will
revolvers Hal ,
the erroneous statement of all the Flor adapted to this crop, since the rice, original writ of mandamus, and there people. i it pr' WINE
Ida'historians, but Is a valuable contribution which requires a great deal of water, being no proceedings to give him juris- robbed Cashier Baird of $1,700. As the 20 cure promptly for any one .who
to the military records of, the could be easily flooded at all times of the diction. robbers ran_out of the bank and jumpedinto j J.Ton sick are headache constipated, biou or troubled wishes to t It Do not accept any ''- '

'. United States and to American historj. year. ,After the war, Louisiana took up their ta-ldles a party of hunters fete relief. Of druggfrta. %Ps afo substitute.CALIFORNIA ": 1
Petitions filed at the of cent
were secretary came along and learning of the bold '
; For half has the .industry. Many of the old ,
" orer a century a stigma sugar If afflicted with sore Dr.Isaac -
eyes use FIG
state'a office in Ala. Wed SYRUP
: retted on the character of this faithful plantations on the Mississippi had to give Montgomery. robbery, opened fire on them. The robbers son's seU at 23o Thomp CO.
nesday, by W. C. Lanier, Phil Lanier, returned the fire but Eyewater.Drnqs pr btle. SAM FRANCISCO.
guide who, Instead of leading the United up sugar cane because of the cost. The no one was LOUiSVILLE. KY. CAt
R. Lanier and Ras Freeman of West
: States troops into ambush and .to deathat crop calls for $150,000 for a sugar house, hurt on either side. The robbers man- N.r. CARD- 4 1
' the hands ,of the Seminole savages, and as many of the 'planters could not Point, E. F. Lanier, of Americas, H. aged to escaped. It ia not known the
Lanier of Atlanta Ga. and L. Lauier Unlike Dutch
.c repeatedly warned their commander raise that capital they looked around for whether any of them wen) wounded or
of Chambers Ala. issue Prce
asking to
county,
of his danger and exhausted every another crop which did not require as not. No
' commission for incorporating the Chattahoocb.ee -
' his command the much capital to cultivate. Rice suggesteditself
t resource at to avert -
Strengthens the Weak.Que
railroad be .
Valley company to THE HOMESTEAD RIOTERS I
: "
Impending tradegy. One historian to as the best. It is cheaply cultivated,
established and built West Point Nerves '
near Other ,
-- Chemicals {
particular had depicted Louis u treacherous |ndeed scarcely requiring any cultivationat eleeMo
Ga., to Eufaula, Ala., with a capital Case Will be Called November **" ,- 4
The First
and as reaUy responsible for the alL The rice is planted, the seed a used In Suenng
of in shares of hundred tb
( .wholesale destruction of life which followed flooded, and it is left almost to itself until stock $200,000 one 16th.A preparation FEMALE DISEASE _
dollars each which be increasednot
the encounter of 'Dade with the the harvesting time comes around. to exceed 1000000.may Pittuburg, Pa., special of Fridaysays W. BAKER & CO.'S ASK Y.O R DRUQGIS

Seminoles, but tbe old guide's simple The lands along the Mississippi are especially : On November 16th, Sylvester .t.OO; < .' "-} ,.
I story, nearly every point of whiob can be adapted to this cereal because KOLB'S ADDRESS.S Critchlow will be placed on trial in the CHAHANOOQA !E CO, CbsmiussaiP
easily verified, lifts this cloud from his they can be so easily flooded. The Mississippi criminal court. He was a striker and reaatCcoawAleA
-:' character. Since he'W&I discovered in lies higher than the land, and is -- engaged in the riot at Homestead on July '

: his seclusion not many days ago, Louis prevented from overflowing it only by Appealing to Voters to. Rebuke the 6th, and is charged by the Carnegie Steel I ai

: has been extremely anxious for the pub- the levees. By tapping these levees and Organized Democracy.A company with the murder of T. J. Con- Iute P

lication of hU story. Ho is a very, old running a pipe, or what is known at Birmingham, Ala., dispatch of Friday nor, a Pinkerton detective, on the with Starch.of Cocoa m1xe 'VJt,

man, ana death may overtake him almost ,a "rice flume" through them, the planters says: Captain R. F. Eolb has pub- I barges, that day. The murder chargeswill __1___ 'N trcgmoxsrxD. jnsx.and 1.mnroc fa or

*' 4, any day; so his one supreme wish is to can get all the water'they need foi lished a circular address to the public, be tried first. The list will be followed Jtr*. A. A. WUtoSM bc e csn& C cp.e ONLY TRUI E
t. have himself set right before he dies. the crop. As a consequence rice came in which be appeals to voters to rebuke until all the Homestead cases have nourishing. and Ir o ,
Lynn,Man.FOR ,
:i The Times-Union is therefore: gratifiedthat more and more into favor until Louisianahad : the orgainized democracy. He closes been disposed of. Sold by rn h

It is thus enabled to do the public a left South Carolina and Georgia fat with the fullowing heated exhortation THE GOOD OF OTHERSRev. W.BAKER&CO.:,DordiMtCT.Mais.loilS enrU: "'4t,

; u great service in correcting an error of: behind. The only objections to this sys. to his followers: "Under our form of : Licorice. ..
history! and at the same time to wipe tem were the rce flumes, which frequently .. government liberty can only be'pn served, Mr. William Heartily Er 'I

away a stain from an honest old negro' broke, resulting in ugly and destructive by the ballot or the bullet. The opportunity dories Hood'9 Sarsaparilla. Him Mali T Nt. .

1I. character. crevices, which caused losses many in November will perhaps be the The stick licorice imported from We a pleased to this from -

times as great as the value of the entire last one at the ballot box, for if they are Europe is rarely pure. Most of it comes Rev. A. A. Williams,present of the A e.pagePfuy Illustrated win purif? flLOOr
crop of the State. This naturally createda allowed to the election fraud from Spain, where it is adulterated to an Street Silb ing valuable Information pert kent.Tf KIDNEYS, retsovedisorder .
4 44rice t Oraage Skipper*. carry by ChristianChurch, Lynn, h -- ,butd sire ,I
.' Mr. Goodsel, writing from New York, prejudice against rice, and-laws were they will enact such laws as will end the almost incredible degree. The chief "I see no reason why a clergyman than wSS*atmpI ow et ng or bow medi-tocines. sppetli.Pgoro1youtb.D7 vector. heSI

,, ssys:'. "I am glid to report the fact that finally passed prohibiting the placing of power of the whites and colored combined adulterant is a common and cheap gum o13a who knoW wbereof *mor ship and mamA"e isnal Yale.:of 1niIge.t1on tSsIin l.Ih
!' '. the steamer Ethelwold will reach Fernsndina rice flumes in the levees as dangerous. to defeat them. Then let us mak obtained from a aci which grows in : hett to approve& lp ran,besides 1et l all pre manement, (t Curt ch- abso1utSl -

'; on November 2, instead of No the last effort at the ballot boxes before great and along Article of Merit Mailed.poet.paht for 60 : 3ed -

.' .vember 10,tuid will! retnaiu there for the PL'KK :KICKEL CURRE. Cl'". being forced to resort to arms;the reme- the west coast of the Sar and is called and worth,from which he or his family hart ATLANTA PUnLSDIAddT bones.eles,receive"sufertar < boo

: Inspection. orange shippers till I dis- It is probable 'that the Austro-IIun- dy that* has at last overthrown' all despot Barbara substance gum.used, 'But for starch, flour not and the only' Lion been alp benefited to extend,and those whoee benefits commenda to oth.. -.-16 Lyd ".A. 5J.GJ.OPIUI UDIES to their trans sex.COTPPeallar r- I

pati her for London,' which will be. garian government will adopt pure nickel isms. ? _ _. sand in such ers oy increasing their cnden. Mr wife T. a safe' ip e promptlj are quantities has for many been tOle bloom ou clieeks,beaoUfle*
j on November, with the car- for its The alloyed coin .employe year aferer severe
currency. gen One Year's Sale of
Stamp that some grades of licorice udi. -5Sold eve7wiiere. Lit'eaaInO
Florida cheap Nervous
goof oranges that-we have been erally used,* containing only twentyfiveper have one-half their Headache Send ns'J ceataIu. !
only weight _
promised shippers. We have gone to cent of nickel combined with The number of postage used in of the material com for which aho found ltle heI ha.tried wko hv wsak te'ues' pamphieL I -
stamps posed they Se atl.I 01. UI'
tocontain. UAITER .$1.
this purport HIOICIMI CO.
very heavy expense as regards demurrage cent of m thtp tht well $.shseI4 .
seve ty.five per copper, possesses 1'Iar is something eliormous. For in- prmi prore I s.,
: in crder to further indicate our good it.is considered, numerous disadvantages 'tnnccthe .ordinary'postal revenue for _ tBrUle Sanaparllla. it seema surprising her what Ccaaiou..dea. *

faith in this project, and by this 'action, while the favorable, points of the! rear? ending June 30, 1891, exclusiveof WITH GOOD REBOTOD.Pipkin te1/.OBAbotUefouid Md did do torher.The III. -
show decreased in number and is is sal *
.. we theorange that there .
shipper nickel are that notW"itb'standing
the pure prece the money order business, was $63- were less violent in while ebd
will be no disappointment and no delay its hardness, it can easily be Q6:;,293.87. > Of this, $41.483,129.50mine -Did, I understand you, tt general health is the intntJ. h
in getting the steamer away on' the:,date coined, that it has the quality of extraordinary from.letter postage. The bulk of the fowl you.sld me yesterday. wa i a been bttr.' From our experience wth b ; .-]

it:, now named.*We waaterery chipper to durability, loss by, wear and this:: .is of courSe in two:cent stamps and spring chicken t Hood's_ Sarsaparilla .

; start the quantity pTMgM from his shipping tear being reduced _to"a minimum; that it h safe to' put the whole number of Buther-Ye sir; that. was .a spring Itave 1 JtatJu I It. ,
it&tIooon. November 11, i( possible, it is preserved dean:ia circulation and this denomination at'more than two ; _.I .A edorl metIt. hIBb'C" tJV
w and not later than November 12. Ship that no oxidiiation worth, mentioning billions Pipkin-I thought, I heard ; and ; rq
Kate .
per.annum.-[ Field's Wash rhtly b fa : Ciii
it ..., psrs desiriog to help tbliixport'project eti in.-[Iron Age. ington. << I'll too.bt a,:dollar. ." they_ were aprg I I a 2 b P 2 -'.' A.NU. ,.'..., ............... E F or.-Av.8'I-a. w. IUto$0da 5. N.$ s

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