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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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-" \ :t bore a coating of powdery snow; thusncreasing pierced through and through by thr .... CHAPTER X. But .bt i Toinette still continued ob lonely cottage, the thunder roared, anct

lam content the treacherous character of cold winds, but 'almost oblivious to A BOLT TBOM BU VL1. durate the lightning flashed wit such blinding
the footing. Philip Raynor's Bride We left. Toinette and her thought sent him. back to Dead vividness that .caught its blue
To let the sdeI years Notwithstanding this she everything except her father's greatneed ; captor f Tht
the barricaded
Dead Cottage in hot haste. If Toinette gleam through wdO t
lI ; ThfttCometornip' crept crouchingly along the narrow heard a sound that .quickened her As the Ma's Cotte. Guy more held out after hearing all he had to disclose Suddenly there came a eh.
Boll back path made strong and resolute by her already and Bent' shiver of .. wor on. grew the of and
Into the part BO far rapid pace a __ nervous and ill at ease. some other plan must be tried. splintering wo shivering
That memory great fear.' fear through every chilled fibre.It was -olt It was necessarythat he should As sEe was hurrying toward the door.Impatient glass. She sprang a wild,terrifiedshriek .

q Coo only find along the shore She had no need' to keep her gaze the long, mournful howl of a wolf. to Bonnyview Hall and watch te rtn progress to b gone, he stepped before to find the wind and rain driving

/Borne perfect sells and away from the swimming depths to prevent She knew well the character of these MAJOR YILLABS' FATAL fflSTAKL of events there. her and said: furiously into the apartment.
nothing more. the awful If Toinette only whatdramatic "Of course, you understand the
feeling of giddiness: treacherous beasts. She uttered a gasping would yeld oyeodito CHAPTER X ;
j I am.content which sometimes situation to confront which you will be THE LAST
so overpowered her, cry and with blanching cheeks and i house You with BOt
? must
Dulcie with wife and claim her! -go
Thateeaweed bite of wreck even though she was mountain bred, for choking reath ran forward with all pos- BY RETT WINWQO2X birth-right! me to Bidgefield and become my wife be first The blast lamps, ha ben exgishtb1th

And pelbles gray, the chasm could not now be seen becauseof sible speed. Around the dizzy declevities At said: fore we set out upon the longer journey. now. t ,' '

Drift out o\right into the. sea. the flying snow-scud. The wind she sped with arrowy fleetness lighting CHAPTER. : IX. leng be worn out with this strag A fierce, angry cry broke from her lips. Toinette saw. with a of unspeakable

For them V)stay roared in her ears and plucked at her; the swooping gusts that strove to hurl DEAD HAN'S COTTAGE.' gle. Why prtrac anything so foolish "Mar you? Never! We have gone joy a dull gleam th dylght streaming -'

Would: be to\ ierLsh grief and pain but she continued on and on, until the her down to death. What is the condition Toinqtte and useless can end i only one way. ovr ground again" and again. Let into the room. o

*T wqnld not, must not, feel ajauC dark mouth of the tunnel was reached. But fast as she! ran she could not run asked, in a faint voice. Will you go with me to the nearest! me hear no more" said of i like A great branch had been torn from one
well
standing
a
: This srie falteringly entered calling her fast to tsounds of That you go straight to a clergyman's parson? "Very of the giant oaks by the storm and hurled
l<< enough and
I escape stone between her the closed
am content she cried image
"Not
I father's house with me, and become my wife to- now nor ever! desper-i, with such violence against the barricadedwindow
name. those nimble tact behind her. that is decision? Of
That none of life pattering night." otely. door. "So your course to break its way through the
Can ever be She saw the light of his lantern faraway On and on she aped, without once halting Never. Any fate would be preferableto He ground out a curse between his. you will act as seems t you wisest and stout plank a nailed over it, a well
and running: swiftly back in teeth, and continued to the room fora best. You might go back and sit .
Lived tfer with IelC-same'throb ; on, was soon or looking though fancy that. pace a thogh shutters and hangings.
Nor move to and thrill; ncar enough to see him lying prostrate. she saw the fiery eyes of the hungry "Do you hate me bitterly?" Guy Man. while longer, but finally took a ky from dow Ther 1 but one open sesame. to where it had fallen, resting

Will me His head seemed to protrude from beneath brutes and felt their hot breath on her deville said, half sadly. You will feel his pocket and unlocked the this place.: against the shattered sill.
former sons, or book, or toy different when we have spent twenty-four You are holding out longer than.I.an- "You will not detain me here with 1 Regardless of wind and drenching rain,
a large boulder which had been clothing. Then, in the blindness of her much at stoke? You not omeU"You
Fill the are
measure of hours compelled 8 Toinette
to darted the
in this ticipated thus
joy. together
my lonely place. opening
unsettled recent blast and had she stumbled and fell salc1 friends towa
by a terror to
heedlonginto can only
leave for I to find
Y01
Toinette rushed against the door with you a hou. hope ret a opportunely
Iamcontt dropped from the tunnel's roof. a big drift. all her strength. It was like a solid wall. you in a more reasonable frame of mind Mrs. Guy it seemed mae. out sheer
To live alt of today; At first sight Nellie thought him dead; Her foot had been caught: by something Guy folded his arms and watchad her, a on my return." I I "To many you would raise an impassable -< pit for her.i heaTn, ha wrought o a

AndwhenIdm but, when be caught her call, the head and this she mechanically: mocking smile upon his handsome face, With these words he left her. barrier" between me and the ma' I male in her behalf.
Let fancy revel clutched until she sank down Once relieved of his hated presence,' love, she gasped. aperture was not largeenoi.gh
itt the light; was slightly uplifted and he answeredher as she scrambled up. It was' along 'exha08ted returned "But &
That "Is er Toinette could move freely about and col.]j "Of course, ha cly. admit 'of her passing through, but
hope had ieTen with a groan. stick or club, and the knowledgethat you to here and him Dulcie l.
"Yes she cried her confused j stay le&1 tore at the
her face. thoughts.
lifting splintered
Beyond the present and afar She reached his side almost at bound she possessed such angry lee the result. You projections wt'
; a a weapon put "You villain! I, will never consent. I had not once closed her. eyes all will accomplish same blistered and bleeding fingers, until
.A.steadfast, sweetly bec... 'nin& star. and for a moment stood wringing her new courage into her heart: defy you!" that long terrible night Now she even'' must give Philip up in any event. But obstacle had been overcome. 8U

I am content, % hands, not knowing what to do. There were three of the wolves, and "Very well," he returned, coldly. ventured to snatch moments of will it be no satisfaction to dash the cup By this time the brief summer tempest

For the heart "I'm pinned down here, Queenie! he they were not a dozen feet distant when "Since we are to remain here for an indefinite much-needed repose, lying back i one of j happiness" from )ou lovely rvaslps had spent its fury.A .

age upon ',) said, with white lips, but trying to hide she arose from the drift with the club. period, I might as well make my- the old-fashioned arm-chairs. ? few scatered drops still pattered
Can never creep; his anguish from her. "The rock's too They started,back when they beheld her self comfortable." When she awoke Deb had been in the His voice was low and winning. With. upon the but the muttering
And when, at last, in stfflert night, He produced a. small case from hid room and left food uon the table. Toilette out stirring from his position, he held out'his thunder was ea.away in the
I seem to sleep, % big for you to move. But maybe" you warlike attitude, for under most circumstances : pocket, and lighting a cigar drew an easy sprang up, and rattling the knob, arms entreatingly.Toinette Toinette easily climbed dtac,

A birthday comes to me in truth" can lift it a little with the bar. a wolf is a co wardly creature. chair toward the fireless grate. made the place ring with her frantic, feet, bursting ito' and slid to the ground along the giant oak
The gift it brlngLlincnortsIouth.; This was a long iron lever which he Seeing this, she frantically: screamedand Toicette sat perfectly .sti watching cries. piteous sobs that might have bough.Then.

requently made use of to pry the quartz shouted at them and waved the hi with fascinated eyes, wreath They brought the woman t the door,; heat of stone. she stood up and loke'rud'the
:
New Orleans Times4erncrat.: about his but she did not it. "Be merciful I Let me I am mis. her
*- rock from its bed. stick above her head. They drew still smok cure gracefully open go ; neglected garden hea batg.
It was near at hand, and Nellie further back and appeared to hesitate. knew from experience the "You will only make yourself hoarse, erable enough already. If you know such' heavy and thick.
sprang dogged obstinacy of the man, and trembled miss," she called though the key-hole. a word as pity, spa me now. It will b Deb appear at any moment to
THE. QUEEN OF toward it anxious do She that she migh
SBEBA willingly to some- was trembling so tottered, 'at the thought of what awaited'her. "Nobody will hear you. my death-blow if Philip makes that flight; but she resolved to
_. hing-anything-that promised to relieve and was half unconscious of what she He appeared perfectly cool and composed "Let me out; be my friend and I will his wife. For God's sake, relent"! sell her dealy. once having tastedits

BY JOHN H. WHITSOX. him from his dreadful situation. was doing. A maniacal hysteria seemed Time was passing-oh, so reward you handsomely. Pity me! Be Guy only folded his ars ovr h lber
Her father directed her how to place to possess her; and under its influence frightened grU 'Did that wretch really merciful. as you hope for mercy." broad chest and looked down at her wit There was nothing to fear, had she but

.,_ r A ELLIE CONNER'S the point of the bar beneath the boulder's she ran at the wolves, swinging the club intend to until he had broken Poor Toinette might as well have appealed a mocking laugh as he answered: known it. Deb was at that moment safely
yr A4 home was not a edge and how to place the block, or threateningly. down her resoluton. subdued her? to stone. .To all her entreaties the "Death,does not come so easily to the sheltered in the village whither she had
I At at her watch heartless only answered with a and strong. You seem
I cetue young t fort gone on errand and been overtaken by
ti pretty one, though,its fulcrum, beneath the bar. She worked Such ear-splitting screams as came wondering if it.must--not be nearly midnight laugh. soon desisted and sat down that L too can suffer. You bn the storm.a

iJ I H surroundings were with nervous haste; and when all was in from her throat the wolve s had never Only hU.pas six! No gleam of to think. Guy Mondeville would be coming nimoj un me. Ut jyu JIHDH jroar me Terror lent to and
: Toiett'
' I ffgrand1y picturesque readiness threw: her weight on the outer heard. They were more fearfully terrifying foud way that darkenedroom back presently.! There was sufficient i ths dar spt. knowing all the while springing ito wg pat fail7 fet "
: and somewhat wildlj end. The boulder moved, but not even than wolf howls. The to mark the passing hours. food to last some time. Could she con the beautiful< world,' along the

''beautiful. It was a enough.to relieve Conner; and so the startled brutes turned tail, scampered : Hearing the rustling movement she trive to secure herself against intrusionshe happy in the devoted lov of the husband "I may be in.to prevent the mar'rioge
block Gay turned his head.Wel might possibly hold out until relief she has from jour arms?" !" she cried, lifting her miser
miner's cabin, nest. of wood had to be relocated and behind a boulder and out of sight up mae stle wht
\ he floppinghis ash to madness able face to
came. heaven
: i said ciga sprang up stung as a but golden
hug another trial made. The and the
against a high'.Uft suspense, slope. grate; still to yourfoolish Looking carefully around the room for at the thought of her ow helplessnessand sunlight flashed through the, breaking
-- on the craggy the fear that she might not be strong She could not doubt they would follow decision?" means to secure the door she found nothing the villain's power. clouds. "God grant iU.! '

# side of Toulone Mounv enough to help him, even with the aid her again shortly and this thought upheld "Yes."" better than one of the dinner forks.It "Go leave me! she cried, i scm.I She had some money left I her purse.

0 tain. All about were of the bar, was terrible. But the boulder her as she again ran on toward the "Then I may as well reconcile mysel to was of steel with three stout prongs. will bear any lot rather than yed.- On reaching. the nearest orer

dizzy heights and swimming declivities moved further this time; and with great town. It was not a great distance off passing the nght here. But, I aS3ur you, The door opened into the room, and'she Guy's handsome face with ft pair of fleet hones harnessed t te

where' the bare rocks'exhibited all the difficulty John Conner withdrew his imprisoned now, and she never.slackened her speed Toinette, you making yourself need drove the fork into the easing at an angle passion. The great blue eyes that met lightest carriage.People .
: less tooble and suffering. You will be that promised to hold it fast. Still dis- ow to flash back sparks of stared in curious wonder at the
colon of the rainbow or shone vividly and crushed leg .from its vise- until the houses loomed dimly before seme .
later. defiance bursts forth flint
yield sooner or she next piled the table and II f wie beautuul girl with the bleeding hands
; white in the blinding sun. There was like grip. her. At sight of them she almost fell in He rang a little silver bell, and in a satsfed. save one against it. a strikes steel. Pryer teats, exp'tul dripping garments and pale, excited face.

very little herbage-scarcely enough to : The pain produced was so great, the drifts from the relaxation and ex moment Deb's. low rap sounded on the i The next day was wearing slowly on tions would ben But she was not even aware of their scru

" attain life in the burro that carried the I however that, strong man as he was, he haustion.She door.Serve when Guy retuned At the first sound of less. She had the look martyrs wear when tiny. One fe.desperate purpose dominated

ore to the mining town of Quartz City Jain&cd. just when Nellie began to think managed however, in almost a dinner at once," he said, open his heavy tad. felt a thrill of they walk unflinchingly to the,stake. all -
r ing it the merest crack. abea. fear shoot her heart. He turned Madly as Guy Mondeville loved I No need dwell the incidents of
in the valley below-and the only tree him safe. This so frightened her that fainting condition, to reach one of the -Im'hug tisWOOa. t upon
he loved the riches which' that mad seemed
f worthy the name for Nellie's she could.only him houses. Here she was received with the key, attempted to push open the door. joum3) I t 70ieU
grew especial stoop over crying her dower even more. To give them : that
"Everything is readiness, sir answered then said, in hoarse, excited tones; up sh a pace,
snls toup
i
i. pleasure in a fissure in the granite and moaning in her distress. She regained wonder and here she told her pitiful the woman. "Let me come in. Something unexpected meant ruin. If they were not to be won I gig a a of .

f just back of the cabin.Notwithitanding her presence of mind sufficiently, story as soon ai she was sufficiently recovered Guy kept his position while she brought has occurred. You have no cause t through her. some other scheme must be : A hour after the.crocks to

! 'all tbii, Nellie Con. thou,,, to hurry for his canteen of to speak.In in a tray.loaded with smoking viands, and dread or fear me now." ted the hour of nine, she came in o
; ner was probably as happy and contented water aid dash its contents into his face. an almost inconceivably short spaceof laid the little table for two. Then he Toinette sat motionless though she wU -take you at your 1rd.* he Bonnyview HaUThe sky, atd w.

a as are most girls of twelve. Her father This hadthe effect of reviving him. time, brave men were climbing the offiered Toinette his arm, but she turned knew from the sound'of h voice he was hse en his heel. "But decision some silver sa looked peal ad se. "

r was only a rough miner who lived When he was himself he talkedto to the assistance of John Conner. disdainfully away. speaking the truth. wit bitterly regret"jour a tempest eve darkened
there again steeps
j : -What! you refuse to dine with me?" "I come from Bonnyview Hall," he -when forever too lat. across it;, and the sleeping landscape lay
all alone with the exception of Nellie her quite calmly and collectedly, telling Nellie was not able to return to the intend to eat a morsel this cried. "Open the door. You will have The next instant the closed upon bathed in the pearly light of the mo

& and the burro but he loved her with all Nellie how, the accident had oc- cabin that day, nor the next. In fact a house." i cause to regret it unless you hear me now." his dork, wrathful face. Tomett head Toinette sprang out the instant te car

1 of a father's warm affection, and studied curred. He also had her make an examInation full week went by and Conner was readyto He smiled, and a strange gleam crept There was no movement, and he put h the key snap i the lock an tamp of nag sopp ana puuea a mnuo.pea al

1' constantly to give her pleasure. of his injuries, and took on a quit his bed before she again saw him. ito his eyes. shoulder against the stout oak panels. his heaY fotteps striding down
: very unwise resolution, my The steel were torn from the frame hall front door. "Stand aside,".she said hoarsely, to tha
r The mine he was laboriously, working very cheery look when sheinformed him She had been severely frozen; and this, 'dea. prongs
But you will be ready enough to it work; Toinette's frail barricade fell rat The via' mind was made up. startled servant who opened the door.
r r and wJuahj'yv JMB n jttTl'wost woe- how dreadful they were. with the fright'and exhaustion gave hera before many hours go by.*- thing about her and Guy strode into "It own interest to stop thismarriage "Every moment is precious now.", '

I. derMuone in spite of the fact thal'irfij ,?.*,'There are no bones broken, Nellie narrow escape front death. It was Toinette saw that she had indeed madea room. t ,"he muttered, a he strode away The man staggered against the wall,

-U l'l1, pay very well, he had: named Sreba Sijy|| we" must be thankful. If I many a long week before she could return mistak. She had not broken her fast ."I am the bearer of tidings that will from the cottage "If Toinette is not to staring stupidly after 'the graceful little
; for the sole reason-as many s omy Pn lHMWMw7 rd feel all to her accustomed tasks in the She would need a her brig you to terms," he said, hurriedly. be won, I wll detain her here forever, and figure that flitted swiftly across the hall
strength to her has returned from gain possession;:of the fortune I covet and the thickly carpeted stairs '
'people said, and as Nellie knew-that right and with you to care for me, I'd mountain cabin. cope successfully Baynor up V
be might bestow on Nellie the high: be all right in a few day.'' After the exhibition of womanly and tormentor. abroad." through It Duce'. strentaiy. this h lovely young mtr.s or h
made her hands .was .
Guy a hearty paying no Toinette caught trembling h0e
Bounding and sonorous title of thVQueen .f;But there was'no way by which heCOQd heroic qualities, the. title which had more attention to her mea she had not together."Thank. when even the stirless ar suerday On the brilliantly lighted landing abe.

of Sheba. And the Queen ,of be got to the house. He could seemed somewhat whimsical seemed so been present. When'Deb had cleared God! he will move heaven and of grass seem to pant for breath. Guy Toinette was suddenly confronted R

Bbeba she always was thereafter to John:, Wither walk nor c.-awl. and it was en- : no longer; and, as the Queen of Sheba, everything away, he resumed his cigar earh me!". paused ever and anon to wipe the bade sine. For a moment the mad d
Conner, and to the people of Quartz jtrelyiwyond Nellie's strength to drag Nellie Conner's name and fame became and the old lounging attitude before the forget that yon are blotted out of drops of sweat from h forehead a her i speechless aAzent .'

City, who appreciated and humored the (carry him. She could not even hope known throughout all that. mining empty grate. existence as it were, and little Dulcie journeyed ripidly on. lug tat was at her
... ; Two long hours wore qu. Toinette had stands in your shoes." He was half-way to Bonnyview Hall, This forlorn figure with its'disordered ,
miner's whim. to him to the mouth of tha tunnel region.-Yankee Blade. ?
lonely get I had time to think of a thousand plans and "Of course, she would instantly tell him and urging his horse to its utmost speed and death-white
Nellie had some gay times with Gypsy nor even lift him to the burro's back after I discard them all as hopeless and useless.At .- all." when the sky suddenly dkened. seemed gent beautiful fo .

the burro. There were many rides on bringing) the faithful animal to that Human Tre-s or India. length Guy turned and spoke: "Tell him?" with a jeering laugh. "} ot rose, and ominous beganto "I-I-fancied you were lying down," '

this sluggish beast in the vicinity the point., ;_; '.- The human trees of India, although "It is nearly nine o'clock.If. there is .she. Raynor has been back several days; revrbr each louder than the last, she stammered, finding voice .&last
cabin and two three be to be a wedding to-night we have no time the two have met again and I "You bade me go away-not
to ctbo
on or long I think there's it for ,
for but
all a.
nothing not really trees at are at least inter. to waste." found it out by accident. To I Gny lok frowningly into the dark Have you been in the grounds t.l

remembered occasions John Conner had you,to' go to' town and have some of the esting as a very clever man .1Vre. The She disdained to reply. She her suspected something was amiss, followed sky wher cloud of inky blackness were hour? Oh, my lady, why do you l0k a

permitted her to visit Quartz City meat cone np here and help me. It is Bheel robbers lurk in lonely places neai head grow dizzy and,her heart fel. Retreating the girl, and played the role of eavesdropper pie oe upon other. me 8 strangely?" '
"
., perched,on Gypsy's back. fortunate that it's a clear day!I" the mountains and jungles, and are very to the opposite end of the room, at a stolen interview they held Th storm wl soon burst, he mut Toinette rae her ar.and pushed her
: Nellie's worst times-and wo all have NeUid. this Toinette, made a great t brave its fury. There forcibly \ opening from the
not tell him that a snowstorm swilt and cunnng) in eluding capture. as far away as possible, she sat down near mornig. you trd.but
our worst times-were when the blind- one of tLe barricaded and you selected the cat'spawyou barely to reach Bonnyview Hall upper hal
was even then raging outside. It They are perfect pests in India and a widows covered mistke before d UL" "' Don't know have

: ing snows of "nter shut the cabin in had beeii fair when Conner entered the band of them will often be pursued by Looking her face round with her little latter. '. did vestige of color faded from her Flashes o? zig-zag lightning were tracing \en': deeeired by a you cunning JOTJ ImpostprI
a
with their dmis almost' as effectually tunnelinthemorning, and he had not mounted Englishmen. Their first attempt tears trickling slowly, Guy through saw ,face. their gojtden threads across the cloudsin What room did you give that girl? Miner-

Imprisoning the cabin's inmates as if barriers known of the coming of the stor.n. She is to reach the jungle the beginning of glistening and falling the "What do mean? Of course Philip quick succession. I Bosine had lost the power of 'speech,
upon you
of rock had been erected between heauted.tor: little while. She had which has perhaps been cleared by fire, silken fgers. dress. ,detected the imposture at once. Setting h teeth together. Guy Made however.She glared at her riu

them and the outer world. And these never been in the habit of deceiving but there is no time to seek its sheltering Touched by her sorrow he hastily "There you are wrong. Dulcie h and rifle h jaded steed with whip mistress, trembling i every lmb a

snows came so early in that high altitude him. But she saw he must have help depths, for their pursuers' are close at crossed the room and kel before her. played the part you assigned her so wel. su.A great drops of rain fell patter-. more The a a loss than ne. crossed'

and remained so late; that it was and believed h 'would oppose her goingit hand. I"am a wretch to you suffer, Toin he does not even suspect the truth. ingly feW on the curled leaves and thirsty the nex, momenthay fospi ,He'
otto, he said, his voice trembling with absence of two ,one prepared vw
an years
sometimes nearly -
and he i
knew
trying discouraging.Nellie
the ,
very ch racter of the weather. Fortunately for the robbers, some tear shed for know. The earth. had heard every '
was growing old enough now "I can get'down, there in 'most no wrecks of small.burned tress are also at emoton.Ever. :you can I do, loving wrings you my girl will keep some her changes secret,to you the end. Why?' Suddenly; a vivid flash of lightning -Toinett what are you saying?"ha de

to, in a measure, take the place of her timer she. .exclaimed hopefully. hand.and taking off what little clothing so madly and only meeting scorn in return Because she has learned to love Philip seemed t drop like a fiery curtain before hoe startled act,
mother, who had died several years before "Only I donH ? I must win for wife. If with all the his 'eyes, aid a deafening roar filled his She _.
intensityof
it a "
want to leave you here they wear, they scatter around with) you my Baynor, >passiont. through heaven and agy. .
and whom Nellie I cruel it is because I that alL ears a e h Simply that been finely
remembered only alone. their stolen goods over the / seem only hav no her impulsive heat. crashed I
open space together.The token in deceived by .impostor so
in a dim and misty way. Her father "That's all; right,"'. Nellie. I'll get arid cover the low piles with their round choice. Can you not forgive me?, She has consented to fly with h this horse he bestrode gave a snort of me have a been '
He would hare taken her hands in his and become wife. lie mltw.
night, mt
often encouragingly reassured her that along as well as could be expected. I've shields so that they'look like mounds of clasp but she angrily repulsed very Some instinct told Toinette that the terror a quick, frantic leap, and the next .* se _

","- she was rapidly becoming a woman, and already been in: here this way a good earth. Then they pick up some black- "Keep away! I have but one him answer for jeering wretch spoke truly. She staggered moment Gny had been nnng headlongfrom Major. Via ,It er'atwal. the
his book and insensible byte
was growing more and more dear to while and it, won't hurt me to stay a bit ened tree branches, and set into very un. your pleading hat you.. weakly against the wall. was lying He 'wilprb
!
and '
him.The longer. But be careful along the trails, comfortable attitudes to'resemble twisted A menacing crossed the man's This was' heaven's vengeance for her terrible s1dt. storm 'which brought the was story Toinette, persistent the night he ,had intercepted .

-- quartz vein Conner was workingwas and don't huny when' you ,get to the trunks, keeping perfectly quiet, and handsome face. He sprang to his. feet. sin. The girl of whom she intended to desperate journey to this sudden her at the dock. And ha had*
the affections
"Don't try me too severely, Toinette. make tool had supplanted her VU'I
a narrow seam penetrating the bend over Bad Luck of their a i end had accomplish at little that
: Gulch. It's a slippery greltlynjovin the surprise You are my power, remember. I can of him she i noticed a ta tg perplexed -
i
mountain from the face of a precipice place there.. their : lovedTh Dead Man'fc Cottage. ;
; pursuers: at mysterious disappear humble you to the very dust. I have sworn livid
overlooking an ugly and forbidding She.was vet,. white.aiil fearful, but ance. When the coast is clear again to make you my wife by fair, means or anger.i terble- excaied After Guy left her Toinette had stood I These were4 all clear,as d1i.light
wih shl like until the-sound of his
canyon. The mouth of the tunnel he outwardly foul and I will oath." echoed must a carver image I of Toett''sfTe given
composed for his' sake; and, they untwist themselves, gather up their keep my ? .Yo come died the distance.
had opened was so perilous a place to after lavish promiaea'of; caution she possessions and make off as fast as pos Jle went back to his old place. For lon wit me, confront the impostor, and de retreating. footsteps\ away i schemed t a"a *-plo
reach that he seldom permitted Nellie to and kissed- terrible hours not a word was spoken her before the contemplated mara Ha Jt m'
stopped him;';:arter placing sible. Toinette sat motionless her head ,The as ;if recovering from dull stu her his bride. :
accompany him to his work. Then it her shawl for his pillow, and hastened .It is said that once, before the Englishhad rm. e can take place. bounded forward and dashed But this
resting against the wall. benumbed. a shuddering pr .no th thUW'de.
gave
,
leone '
sa. the closed
was only on the ca1mest days for tho used these frantically. against every drop of
away. become to man uvres. an sensation was creeping over her. She felt reviving from a stupor, ad henel blo
wind that sucked through the canyon As Boon as Nelliereaehthe outer officer with a party of'horae was chasinga that she must mad i this continuedmuch breathlessly into one corner of the room dor. t tHe her was this girl 8 l his w. ,
g was icing, leaving a helpless ful ward that even he had
had an unpleasant way of twisting and world she saw that e, storm was growing small body of .Bheel robbers, and was longer.At where her wraps lay, began hurriedly to prisoner with that fatal marriage so near.. "Great God Is it possible decevdl' :

pushing at the climber on the narrow worse. The gale was'increasing,and fast vertakin them. Suddenly the last the twittering of the birds told put them on. She was shaking from headto "Come back, come back!" she shrieked.Iwillconsent the, sentence 'ifi.th, n*'_

ledge that was constantly suggestive ofa the snow flew so blindingly she could robbers ran behind rock 'or some obstacle her that dawn had broken. But no ray foot. to Only Bet me LaTg rnred himself, and darting '

fall and broken bones. scarcely see the treacherous which hid them for a moment crept through the olosed windows. She "Yes, yes; you are right. We will' no !" i ayg. forward, placed shoulder against tna 3
that fee
One cold, day, when Nellie had'the ran along the rIm' .of the path'prec, and when, the soldiers came up the men heard another Guy lam"and rise from his cha take light down it. lose a moment.We have See, a.I am long ready. Coe' could not think of Duce.Philip looked 'door of Dulcie's chamber. 'Tb.fastenings .:

dinner all smoking hot and waiting her ipice. In spite of horburnjng desireto had mysteriously' disappeared. After an Then he took a step towar her. travel quickly.and it is already past no. Oh Baynor Oh, why bride bad and she keep schemed"De.ad Toinette instantly was .the gave way enter. One,-' .
ploto '
father failed to appear with his customary -- hurry on, she was forced'to get downon unavailing search the officer ordered his "Are you ready to Toiett?" heasked God, we might be too late- send thai girl to Bonnyview Bh glance around 2, t chanv.,

promptness. Ten, twenty minutes, her hands and knew, and feel, her men to dismount, beside a clump of his voice very low ad entatingNo. She caught her breath sharply, a fat might have:known how it would end. her, and into th fraa

lipped by; %nd as he still did not come, way back to the firm ground whereon scorched and withered trees, and the day ." ness like death coming over her te Cruel, cruel fate! .It: was she hel citing with it- emp shrill,'cmu& "

Nellie became alarmed. She was convinced the cabin stood. hot he took off 'his helmet "Still obstinate. Really, one would bare possibility."We who ha Dulcie to Philip's a. crybrokefroinherlips. a.
r something had happenel to detain She re-entered the cabin 'to being very branch which he think you were growing fond of this place must" be'there in time to stop the gin b she cried,,wildly, "Toolate., Oh, my God! She has goner- '
get and hung it on a by sbe added clinching her teeth. '
,
a de
and beating tha. I Villars.wheeled round and glaredatber
him your company. Major
some accident in the dark mae pae i
tunnel cloak oan
heavy : to replace the'aha wI. left was standing.The "Better a few hours of such society than Dulcie 'deceive my lover? ..pa.I' Mil you to .his foes growingwhiter than before: 'I
where the masses of rock always with,her father acd to warm her chilled I branch iq question turned out to a lifetime." She shall suffer for th-b driven back toer'ma fm that .y "What do you Tneanr" Gone.:wh1' i

seemed* to hang threateningly. I fingers. Her anxiety was too.great. be the leg of. a Baeel, who burst into a_ Ha was silent a moment.then said: ito the slums I took her. rTa "With Philip .Baynor( ', ,
She waited a little longer knowing though to permit her to remain, long' of laughter, and flung the astonIshed -Wha hope cling to? How to think Philip should not have inspected young voice scarcely pen has deceived nun; t11e secretly.
he did not wish her to ; cream t me?" the imptul Ob, I could. k the thick of the Now have '
take unnecessary and she was only half warmed: when she officer to the ground. The clumpof you t escape ette. Y0 they -
"Heaven will suffer to that girl for her cruel aloud in th.'suddin -
risks on the mountain ledge but when hastened out into the storm not villainy treache. :; Msjor'ViUars laughed
; once became transformed :
more scorched trees suddenly A satanic .smile Guy's
the handsome
-, be ] triumph always. abt failed jorsachtheeazsof -- sense of relief that came over hia.
still remained away, she put on her and took her way toward the Quartz into men; and the whole party He turned away up boarded lips. He enjoyed 1oiet man [striding down the "Let them go. Who cares?". .

,Ijood and her heaviest shawl' and went' City trail. .' dispersed in' different directions, before and down the rO.wag'rtlessy Toiuett .wrought up t this fever heat .of, ex heavy, black brows gsgpath..h But the girl swept'past 1a'"hl'

out of the house. It was a day to keep the oldest and the-Englishmen could recover irom tneir him furtively., He b weighing ment.It : $ .- wd before he dinned her =.
S The sky had looked threatening for an hardiest mountaineer within doorsl: The with them the officer's sme and the look his dark was a he ha\t said. That morning h Toinette'bUu'1oj shriek and call. descending the"stairs went,out,at the front. :

hour or mOle; and nw the snow was snow was beginning to heap into drifts surprise, carrying of tropby.Harper'aYoung face struck deeper terror to her souI. had come unexpectedly'upon Dulcie ad until lh t herselfFacs ,door o' ,'.
helmet by way _was ; Philip Baynor the grounds, and listenedtotheirplans. downward upon. I'wffl follow ;
falling and "
!
was already being tossed making the trip to the town doubly Faly-breaat i cI lh,1s-Tet
.
per People. conquered Toinette's and wringing her jeweled asunder even at :
t
blindingly by the rising wind. She ilous. But not for a moment did she learn that theyoung'man' "Too late!' He misery, waited the doorita
stubborn pride; she longer refused to At first it was a .h t : I gon Ol' f The carriagi sti at -: .'
gave no heed to this, even though it in- hesitate. for the burro's slowness! in '- tlaa '
Only Whisks 'or: .wisks, a word originally eat The coffee was good and strong; i had fo days misery! 4 driver had st-a t iu& ; ,;
.fr, created the difficulty! of walking and sbenvould' have ridden that sure footed dust brush made of brought some color to her pallid chek the neighbrho meeting secretly, :For alotig while the-lay there'shvet. :Springing in,'.Tofnette gave tu'.ri:

added to tte: perils of the cannon trail. beat, but she could poi endure the applied to a light is of Guy played the part of the pl atln- trm ti. But be was. 'clem- lug and, shuddering wt' tele sob* 10U U led ,instructions and.b1, ;: .
She was sure something wai I feathers or very light twigs, very tive host He glanced, enough to turn to h owm Her -doom !was an the t b because '%'
A thought of (losing\ a minute. te di.e8 h of alk a
wrong. .. from the >
ancient date being derived face and his had brought, n
that girlish dark -
fear thai into "
great her father mi-rht be'lyinn More than half the wild trail,had lovely advantige. h "it UpD; T.x CO.vLuW.1. ._. :
word used to 'i _
Anglo-Saxon wisc, a eye lit. m. little becomea Dulcie :- -: _
dead beneath a fall of the wht bea : 9 I
cruel rocks almost been passed over the dangerous l ledge designate similar contrivance. A "It might be like this every morning of If I:only winning Tbinette- were alike'in. ,tha close, darkened k 9V'EBZOh

stilled her heart Leltlsy .* above Bid Luck Gutc'i hua been safely feather whisk' male pt a dried goose ou lives, my dear," he said""Surely it for my wife,"he told'helf '.'JG ,roomv and she pad b to" thagatheringtempest ; uowh Bi
She reached the cinyon, and swuu. crossed, when Nellie Conner, hurrying would not be hard a become is welcome to : ot all its-I i .ti"'Bfn
elo h. ioda !
fiederv.
wing m those days a s 1 a ) ti "' "a $ .
called .
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Jierielf was fury 1 l.nO4.aw .
_# carefullj up to I the slippery ledge, onward through the swirling drifts i nywife? : ? a concerned the t uu' : $ -: .
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raS Florida's Fiuances. Notice. : Masters' Sale.
BRADFORD _"CODHTY TELEGRAPH; *_
Ills true, charged, that the present IX Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit of BY VIRTUE of a lecree of foreclosure and
FlorUa, Bradford County.-In Chancery: sale redeivd by the rirruil Court ot >loft
financial condition <>f our state is much to Elizabeth Lawtey Uo. 4th Judicial Circuit. Iu nod for Clay coUfllY.In .

PUBLISHED WEEKLT : bo; deplored. But when, interested cr .- '_ a- chance y. in favor of Eugene B.Payn Jcfr I
STiR.BE&DFO1wCOLNTYFLoRmA.. Era HiGHr.lt T4ioma .1. ntri ,., I&X Stem, eph W. Cochran and J. ftwirj (Coebran partneri
I.C.'WKBIJ! Ignorant panics during 'the 1astcampahgn Joft"p'j A.Re1-1gti.nJarncs H, Foss ErvtnII.vliitney. <1in* bush 84 under the flnn. *me of. '**'"*,
/ DatU Fiord 2d-'Janies A, sSherinui Cochran nvi conpinv.511.1 aguiflat Oeorgt %V
;. Editor and Publisher, throw the responsibility for this iuhnrrass- ) and Albert i K a1iiler.it Hippie et al..dated the 2Ii day of November, -

p- -_-_- meat on the piesent.H'dmiui&lration. they beiiic made to appear by the aCSdarit ofThorn8 A.-l. 1KB. I will sell at public auction m front -
SUBSCRIPTION liOO: ):. I.upp.-fnninlc.ina* t's xnlkitor.- that of the court house door of said court In Green
AKnttred TEAIt4L spukt' entirely utsidc the record.Since the aliove-uauttii >-fftu.tnu..Max Stern. Jo.eph Cove Springs, Clay county. lorida within the
: ] A. Reddington. Jam- n FORS. Emu B..Whit- legal hours of Rate on Monday. January 2n<1, *. Sell at llflheard-of Pr'ces .
Aconrilinff to Jnf CUp1. rw jh I lie causes unlfrlying the situaiion are net, DavlJ Flt
ihl Pott Started Flti. not reiieraliy underelcod. a t>ht>rt statement : Albert K. Miller are nnn reskteotn of the State situate in the Stale of t loriiln,described oa(rcl-
Office &rozad -
? na (if Florida and that they.are ou-h over the age low'.: .
Clatt Matter inny n>Msi iu prepmitig the public of twenty cna ycip nud iliit their p'accg of The east half of the northeast quarter the

: : -_-_: I the illlBcallies which awiulthe" residence ttnd'postuiilce addr.-8.ses are respect; northwest quarter of( the northeast quarter the GLOVES BUTTONS-ANYTHING IN 1 BUTTONS
liMippneiiite:
trely an foil-tws: Jinx J-tern res.i.los in the coua- northwest quarter of tbe ndrthwest quarter, the ,

': Reform in the liurein will next Irgis'.uturc.x! ty of Chatham. stiit $pension office adJress 1* Sivan'iah. Georgia; Joseph A. the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter
: e tbe.firet ctnnsMerRton of the new The Dission sulo relieved the state from Reddingiibn resides in the county <>f Ceryhagra, of section eleven (11), all of section twelve (13),
r-- -., fit-la iiirl Dloxhntu left in tli'IIeaS4lrV. STOP A MOMENT Slate of Ol.io wlio-'o nostofflei? atlJrt-3 Cleve all of section thirteen (W); the south half of the For the Next 10 Days!
: 1nitnitrt.ip money
resides of the S
; : land. Ohio; Jaine 11. Kogs ia Suffuliccounty northeast quarter, the northwest quarter
____..___ But Governor l\rry lowered the ,-state ol Man uchu-ets! ,whoso po-toG5c northwest quarter the ea-t half of the southeast
address i.-t Winthrop Masaacliu .ett' ; Urvin B. quarter, the northwest qu rter of the southeast
Clevi'1.in
crix'e n i lnr.ality) of tIne ) opunr) voti- of his dccteiiM* came the extraordinaiypenvs JIas-aohusetts whose po-tofflce address is Somervl west quarter of section fourteen (14). the north Celebrated "Erebus'!
of Ihe Onotiuitiomil Convtnli la, Massachusetts; David Fl >>d, U, resides halt and the southeast 'quarter of section The ,
: for-ihe picsi c 3,005 iu !I88S it in n. fosting $5.o&)0.) ) unit the nppropristiions postoftVo artJres- is VUiithrun. Massachusetts; quarter, the west half of the northwest quarter, ** ,
; was 95,531; for tibu Uiree stxte ch'-iil8. inakiiig James A. Sherman resides in Vheshire county, the east half of the southeast quarter, the south-

j 1892 it is i00/du.! A contiiimiiincre. total) of $S '.OLO. Oilier new nppropri- state of New Hampghire. whose postoffice address w *rt quarter of the southeast quaiter. the '
is Keene1, >>w Hampshire, and Albert E.3hliler. southeast quarter of the southwest quarter and BOYS' STOCKINgS
Hti'iriM for Ihe! expemUlute of !f 122.500( ) put restates in Norfolk count, state of Massachusetts the west half ol the southwest ,uarter of section

-- -33----. the stale: iminc'liaidy in lebt, unit the whose ixjstoftice address is NeedUam, twenty two (23); the northeast quarter of the ; ,
.tlimnteil iucomc for 18t<9 and 1890 Massachusetts; northeast, the west half of th northwest quarter
A not ovcr-lons-otlitor| $ in IllitioK) be the It is therefore ordered that the above named the east half of the southeast quarttr the \
where they iisi'il l 1ie) Au iralian t allot --h-i"vM-l only $740.000 to meet an expenditure You may so LIlsy chasing defendants. Max Stern, Josetui A.Red-tinptou, southeast quarter of the rouihwest. the west

of f 027.01.9.55.n ) Jane H. Foss, Ervin B. Whitney David Klqxd.jjd half of the southwest quiirter section twenty- Doubled Toed Heeled and need'
tcrm-'ly 1'Xjnc'swj'S the x opinion of > we KI: hat Perry left to Fleming elusive dollar that yon jiOfitivelylavin't Jame.; A. Si cnanrt and Albert E.-JHIler three (2J, all of section twenty-four (i4); the ,
; be. and they c. idr.cU of them are herebyrequire.h not-th half the northeast quarter oi the southeast '
j that forin'iiietnc i that iiolh ilfht and caused by
y >tntiiijjf H H deficiency tune to look at anything, ti pie.vl.answer or demur to the Dili of quarter, toe wet half of the southeast
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: "the devil.hiniKflftt nliitrt.1>e htati n xtrnordinary hgUlntivc nppiopriations, complaint filed in this cause on or before vhe quarter and the southwest quarter of section
jn.t l.y Hi" at of either of these governors. but you're if entertain 4 Fifth ;. z' if his name XVXK m the ticket. In 1MM( we wire carryinir a flouting wrong, you or the said bill will be taken us confessed against northeast quarter, the northeast quarter of the
; them. northwest the West half of the north
quarter
I, 'el.l of !?lt5.,00. indudiiui the $100.000mrrow any such idea. You can't help being It is further ordered that a copy of this order west quarter the southeast quarter and th-

; 1 Tho annonnci'tnent by the prcsi -d hy the authority of I tlit. legi"lature. be published in tlw Bradford County TFLEOOAPH, northwest quarter of tho southwest quarter ol DRESS
BLACK
t. .dent-elect that nti' :qplitii ions fin and the $350.000 asked for l ti> covrr.chciencift. a buyer of Clothing, and it's as weekly newspaper: "published in Starke, Bradford section tweuty-six C-'ii); the southeast quarter of
County, I'loiida ouce a week for lour con the northeast quarter. ths northwest quarter of
; t office under the Hew .vlinini>tratinn plain as daylight: that it slani* yon gectitive weeks preceding the date above nien the northeast quarter, the northwest quarter,
will consiiU'retl befon- March 4ili. The Kidaiiesnf tie eXecui'ive and judilal t ioned. Done and ordered by me this 2th day of: the east half of the southeast quarter the south

I d.-pnilmcnts and I our legishilivw exj before October. A. I). 18M, W. T. WEEKS. west qua tor of the southeast quarter, the southeast -
in hand look
will make the 'roisiiujj winter sc-wn ? liie to yon purchase. [SEAL] Clerk Circuit Court. quarter of the southwest qua ter and the
ii-iuaincd almost !
>en Lh i mighty long one-tu the innHitntU-- line Mnce 1881. Then has teen II heivynfieascin You can't afford to do busi- hereby certify that the above and foregoing twenty-seven (27); the northeasuquarter of the special

..- of office seekers from Maine to California our school expenses. Bui he is a true and correct copy of the original order northeast quarter, the west half of the north
ness with shut or buy a of publir-ation in sail cause as s now on east quarter, the northwest quarter, the southeast -
,' item is staled thus your eyes ,
anil from the St. Lavrence i ii' r-' : tile i l. my omcv. W. T. WEEKS. quarter of the southeast quarter and the

the Gnlf.f i'rimlual Prospcutlona Jurors and Witnesses in neither do want [SEA L] Clerk-Circuit Court south half cl the southwest quarter of section
Is8 2.ul i 1su8 $ 6U9J07 pig[ a bag; you I By N. I). WAISBJOHT. D. C. twenty-eight (&); the east halt of the northeast
:
; north half of the FOR THE NEXT TEN/DAYS
19 cisugt ii.t iai.s&.m quartet,tao northwest quarter, :
The democrat* are going to find 18'JO 7S>2P7 tM) 117..VW62 lo buy Clothing blindfolded, or Notice for() Publication. I tue northeast quarter of the southeast quarter,
the west half of toe southeast quarter and tte<
; the treasury totally empty: 'l'litk 1S-1 S3.7J704 1S91 111, 87.10 what's the same thing, buy them LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE. TLA., I I southeast quaiter of the southwest quarter oseclioa II
These liguix-s place squarely before lh- October 14, 1892. f I thirty-three (ti); the southeast quarter
has us'jd
k? present administration up rcnl.-i lie knotlie?! piolilr which will I without first having seen our stock. NO ICE is hereby tflteu that the following I ol he nortuenst quarter the west half of the the
named s.-ttler filed' notice of his inteu Henriettas Cashmeres Bedford cord, New Drap
nil of Uncle gain's money. Of confront lie m-xl leirixliture. Never !l. h9 northeast quarter the northwest quarter All-Wool ,
tion to make fii'&l pr<>..! iu support of his claim, I the nortlie.it>.quarter of tie southeast quarter,
course U will take iwme time for the tit e (Mtleto. and that Slid proof will be made before S. FHnuford. I ttievst ualf of die southeast quarter uud the Linen Table Cloths Napkins Big and

to things in riinnin from such a 1 hIl-I ly. And when lo this is Clerk of the liicuit Oomt at Oren I north half of the suuibweat quarter of section d'Alma. ,
new tret !
party added the of fast that he hustles himself out of Covo Spring. Fl-i. on D-ceml/er 8, lSx iz; Misouri I thirty-four Qil: !): the norm li.ut the west half of '4
.- order, but long before- the four years dillicu'ty drafting a new Iwwen.of Hightimd. Fla.. 11. E No. 17335, I southeast quarter and uiiosoum.hwe..tquar&er Small Shoes Umbrelljfe etc. m
,
the election law nr-t un tile lo the insu per.iie an opportunity. We are offering fortbeN3ofNE4.ec22.T4SltZtE. I of section thirty live (Jj ia lowiituip four (4),
Cleveland will have
L are up nbjef.1 io 's of lie t oiio now in use, it must He names the (otlu .ing Witnesses to prove ht soutii of raiitfu twenty-one (.1) Jast; the east I

; ? treasury well stocked. he soon that Tullahassce will not be H bed for the co ti nous residence upon and cultivation of I half of the i-ortinve .,u >rtt-r, the northwest
said land. A iz: H. It. llu.lson. \ Wilkerson, I I quarter of the uoritiwest quailer bnd the southwest -
of ruses, to ihe rons< ienii.ius members. lye 1'udg-tt, KiW-.a I'rt'lKett, ail of Highland, quarter of the souCmY.s.I on jrter of section WINDOW SHADI-S-PAKNT ROLLERS !

If Cleveland had the large surplus That the stalu is in debt nnd wading Fla. ALEX. L.y'vu, Register. I IIn ofle (.I i; the tluilf of ti> uil eHt quarter >. ,

deeper day. is trueIt is equally NEXT THIRTY DAYS I the uortliweet tju.iELeL-ol tlKuui LI.e45t quarter
which he left hi tho and every I Irnnrri
treasury the Couiity Jiids Court, Bradford County, the east lu.f ci the iiOiiaiK.ti.irter, tlu northWett Latest I.
the t-of lie half million llilJlbJ|
that
;: which the Harrison administration tnio pay men State of Florida. I quarter o tlie n -rtLnv..quarter,ttc: southeast
I Irdi'in War chums is no nearer now than By the Ju-lge o' said Court. I qaui ter. the eJL liaif ot'lIar boutlwesiaar-

: has scattered to the winds, the relief it was years go. beCMU our delegation Unparalleled ExeirMnK probate jurisdiction. I terau uth\%eat
In the mailer of the siigfrehtion of insolvency of I quarter of section two (!); the east half uf tao
? which we have to wait for several at Washington! stands now as it did then J \. .
may flied I
\ r \ \ ; the estate of llearv I1' York deceased. by northeast qu.mIter, the uort.i-.vo t qi.srwtt.ae
months after Cleveland's iri.vtguration three for the settlement and one blocking J W. \Youks.. ihin.srrttorosaiae.tate. I I11iEREs. northeast quarter of the southeast qajrivr, tue

the way. What will be ihe result _i_ 'H ) \\ W. T Wet-ks. a.lmimstratnr of west half ol the soutlieait qaui'ier um:the nouih- MI tlNERYlJust
; would come at one*'. The uone but 11 prophet can The the*finite or l!.'nry K York.lteof Brad west quarter ut section three (3); the noitUeusi NEW : .
tz ''lu'Xt democrat and ay. ford county.State ft Florida, deceased, has this I quarter, thc east haif uf ihe zaa.bwe.t qtuirt.r,
is a
president
slate i id rich, but she has outrun her I
In All Our day file in my office a suggestion ot the Insolvency tneuorliii-u-t Mtiuiitro theMJUIIK-USquaiter.
a-', the people's interest will be looked growth and the Constitution forbids the of salJ essaie.Tncse I the west half ut the southeast quarter anti tliuortneiut .' -A"
of taxation ar- ttu-rt fte Joiif.tify bnd admoiush I quarter of ole MJWii-est quarter of -
the debt. Increased
Tall lias funding
nller. : IJUR
7 i ; ichhl be increased dissatisfaction DEPARTMENTS. persons against Mrciiou fiur *- m0EiMa i ii mmm met by file the same in invoftl<**, duly auttientica'etl.! on Ike lunlhwc-t quarter of t..e iiortli<*a t
ami Frick scored Before relief can come to our agricultural or by the 2tttluinvof Jautiary, A. 1>. ISC on quarter tlie U').iT.>'Jst qua-iti of the flurt.aVSr '
Carnegie a sue
: interests by the repeal of the McKinley live us a Call. which day there will be a pro rats il'btri'oution of ijUurti r, th.- east hull oi the SjUin-bot quarter 5- -

cu*& In both of the objects for whi-.h, bill we must put the ready or the onsets b.-i.iin to said estate, among the of seUvii lilac UU; tIe Suutku.tal qiurter uf tue Finest Line of Hats Kibbotff Laces, Feathers and Tips eei
up money
of the I ,
-' A creditors s .me.YitueM4 northeast quarter, tie.vest 4S.I: oi n.e norlhea.iquarter
they forced the Homestead lockout. collect our war claim so long due. Best Calicoes made, only 6c per \ mvhand ai.d seal ol euirt this the 3th'day I the ea .t half uf tn uurtnwer-1 quarter

;i ;- They have struck a staggering blow For n statesman in the next legislature of July, A. 1>. 1tY2 I the soutii\vec quarter uf tr.e nurtures; quarter Brought to Strrke. .tfiiderskirts Comforters. The
yard. All new styles. [SEAL] \Vji. F. Mt;pares. I the no. thea quarter f the s.jii.Le.H.-c quarter
there is the of his life
: organized labor-all the workingmen open opportunity Ju v9.. ISl2 County Judge.Comniissioirr's the we>t tall ul' the .M>utiie:.>l q dr.iuf
Ike smaller memtwr must tutvoice Nicest Line of ,
:' returning to their employ had Ginghams worth 10 and 12e, only Suuth\ve.-t qujiter OivcUou ted iIi;; the oust
of his conscience in the aflertime. Sale.BY hail in the northeast qaiirtrr. the w -st halt uftho
to sign an agreement not to join a norihwi-it quaiter .uui time ouh half uf Comforters '* the Next Two Weeks
80 virtue of an order ma-le by the Him Win. I section eleven (111.) in to.tusiiip tire-o) south ufrao
., Union. Tjiey; have forced down The Negro and the Winchester. F. Malphurs, county judge iu and for Bra.t- I e twenty- .ne (=1)) eiu-t ami the uet half .tsevtiun ;

wages-men jwho were earning $9 The following sensible! and timely article Wool Alpacas, lOc.AllOU'l ford comity.; State of FlnrMa.dat l August Jilb seven (7) and tile went li.tl. of stion .
r 1S92. cpi>omiiig me the un'ersigiu-d oo:: nvsMoner eighteen (is). in toe sLip four ((;, syuih ol
before the lockout now. get only ?*, appeared in the Times-Union a few to sell the following real estate hittinredinthtcoii I range twenty two (jfi) eas et/nutiuinjj ten AT SPECIAL PRICES !
) DRESS GOODS'REDUCED ty-of Bradford an-1 State of Florida thousand two hunUreU and ninety MX acres and i
and the 2.25 $1.89.
; ; turn get only days aeo: lelonginx to the estate of C II. Hall.decen..l.di.ciitI l. forty-eight hundredths o an acre ulU,9a1$ $j
___ '
-- : as follows: The ioOltu\veht quarter in the uf Baker -
C : TLcre are altogether too Winchester Lying and beiUi counties a.'d

4. : Florida beats- tho world for news rifles and other weapons many ia the hau>lsf of tie oi'thot i.orthwest lange quarter tvetjt fection.-o east eisht.containiiu tounshipMx I those liraaiord other in certain said bute tracts ot or'luriaa paix-e., una of land also situale all- Dress Braiflg: azad Trimming's of All;

papers. Iftjiere i?. anything in ''tin- .> reckless disorderly' desperate. ue"rpes forty acre more or IfS*. Now byvlrtneof'fiior a I lyiK and being in the county of Bradford .
of The Floriilian, in the state of Florida and their resoid iel estate at public I inti'C taU- of Horiua a-ti known &ud desjrib EI;& to Match Our
press"
power in front of Ike -ouitlousi'd the
; of ammunition to be nulciy ( in ou the public maps and records of maid slate tt-i
should be life tTi'-.t intelligent supply seems always -FOH 1'IIE- town .f Sarke.intlwf sal I cozty of Bradford I the east iitilf uf tutu uortheast quarter the e.st
people plentiful and within easy reach. The b'txteen the legal hours of tultf on the half of the soatlieost quarter ul se.-tiou thirty- rdss Goods. :

on the plobe. There was never conditions of life here do not by any t is;St Monday in October. A. D 1-S2. six (d ), in town-diip lout (4;, south of range

r anything, like, it elsewhere. Take means require Unit lime people (white or the same being the 3J day of svid nuictJi and a tweuij-one (21) east and iu wuship five (5j. ,
sale Said re-'il estate cl.l for S
Next 30 Days.Priestky's legal day. luyinriaof I south of range tweutj'-une Hj east; the eas; -
Kentucky, for example: with her black) should go nnufiJ.; and there is. debts. Tertiis cath. purchaser pa>ing for half of lots one d), two tf, three( ) a d four '

population of 2,000,000) ( and about therfori% no excuse for, this practice. title. L. B. RHODES t4). the ea.bt half ot the iiortnwesi quarter and J. ALVAREZ
Tho law itgnins-l the carrying of concealedweapons Sept. ?, 18W. CommisMoner.Thf the southwest quarter of seetiM twelve (12) and
75 daily and week-! alcove sale is postponed until the tirstM in town-hip tour(4), souUi of range twenty-two
newspapers, is stringent Silk Henriettas
certainly enough Warp
ndi in November the being the Seventh
<> > same (;2) cast; the whole of tecUous twenty C* aid
g : This given i one paper to 25,007 of hut it is practically inoperative. If more day of said montu. L. B. UHODES. twenty-t (2!); the southeast quarter and> the

her population. Florida has about l.iw is needed 'o effectually reach the mis- 48-inch, 1.23, Commissioner. north hail ot the soulbwesc quarter uf sectiou FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RftlLWWJfilja
The above sale is postponed r.util the first Monday
twenty live (25); the north halt of the sbutht-a
ehief-breedins Winchester i the Florida!
: 150 ; in December, the same being the fifth day of
population 891,000-or ana the north h.ilf uf the southwest
papeis
le iflaturc of 1P93 has before All- Wool Henriettas, 48-inch, 90c. said month. It. B. RHODES, quarter
% one paper jto about 2,507.( e1si1. it. a plain duty Commissioner. quarter of section twenty-six (k); Uio uoitn Trunk Line. Tampa Short [line
half i lie northeast quai tarot the southeast

: The same proportion' holds for n Titiibvil'.e during the past two days bus Fancy Suitings at reduced prices. -. quarter, the west halt of the southeast quarter And to all polntt._. ia, South MidJW and,.,TVVat Florida.,.. .Mobile. New Orleans indthewi South
-M ?
Notice. ecutceetlons ?? ?
I and the southwest quarter of section twenty' North est and Northeast. '
; number other Sineer
illustration
forcible of
large stiles, presented a v-ry )
Elegant Trimmings to match. I seven (27); the north half the aorta half of lime Card in JCOVct N 1 1802.S .
r about one-tenth of a community the evils widen nuy rise-which Hr j. indeed STAUKE FLA., November, 1F9-2. the souilic.ist quarter, the southwest quarter of -.-- 5 .----_;--; =_ -.---------.- -- _-
arise huiulieij different \ one Johirstekrs recently sold to the southeast the uthea-t of oRtR. -- w -------S
likely to -at a \THEREAS. quarter quarter SOtTH.: _
4. read newspapers-(this exclude.- points 1:1: Florida almost day from A New Shipment ofinfants' TenipU? the following prom- the southwest quarter and the west half of the -.--,'iscrnzai znvisioc -----.- mvizr
children tVe nnediicaleil and those any iso!) no es payable to iuy'elf aid emlor i'd l on southwest quarter of rection twentr-eight (23.'
this death-dealing combination of the the back of each ot them .as follows: I'ay to the I'he whole of ,ection twenty-nine i3', the east :

? .- who are worse than uneducated, to- negro and the Winchester. For awhile Children's, Misses' bnd order of C. C. Temple and oblige half, the northwe-t quarter, lot cue (1) (or easshalt' 5Iia 1( aaiLv..Jack-"onitfle.Ari.; '

-- wft the who take interest the peaceable. iaw-nhMing. law respecting H. C. PACKER. ) of thesouthwest quarter and the nortii .. ... ; [.; ) $4OJ &. ..... ....Lv t tS4apI24XpAr
no -
educated
.- Ladies'CLOAKS Ptr STOSKS. half of lot two (:) (or northwest) quarter of the City..Lv 5i p
in anything)-Florida has ont, while people there were practically ut the LIST OF yores, southwest quarter of sectiou thirty (30;, north -t .-... -- U4laIAr.. ...Ue Oalc..LT 535! 4
.- mercy of the buck mob. becauSe time latter Names. Amt. When Due. baf.! east half ol southeast quarter southwest StCp'll 15iLT.J| ck'.onviIe..Ar! rlsfOch1'aIOlaIAr.i ... Madison. ....LT 43B| !

; iiewspapei-\\ every 250 of her vas armed ami equipped "to Tie teeth." Q. A. Epperson: $tS.tL. Iv-c. 1. ]S&U quarter of southeast quarter southeast quarter 9 'ip11ltzrlLy.! .BaJdwia- ----LT 1sp6eh41I55slAr..5.3tontteehlo.Lct3p[ _
reading population'Kentucky uf south*est quarter and we t halt of southwest HOlp llOpiLT... .Starfee. ..Lv 1235p 4:usI J 5 Wafl 4-plr.Tal1abasee..LvI.l ijpita
: ; onv while the former found them-vlves with T. H. Milton, S2> 3J, Jan. 1, 152
quarter sectiou thirt>-one (31) and the whole 1 Ar.Waldo Lv 12 402C 74ia' ( I
11 Wv 35p Jlp ; 343pf.tr.Quincy..Lvl24p
; F. A. Ar.drue. So.U. lec 1, l'ftJ, -
I to 2,067. If ihis thing, goes on an utterly inadequate supply of such A. C. Willis. SUM. Deo. 1, 1S12. of sections thirty-two(.ti) and thirty-three (33) 12 2U, 223pOSaj .Hawthorne.-.L 11 ie 8 2&. V Oi 4 5ip tr..RlverJunctlon..L l2pl 7

Floridian will soon have ai weapons as would be necessary and effect J.: B. Deiimaik-, f.DXo. Dec. 1. iS3i and in township five (s), south of ranxe twentv- 2Sip Ar-----.Citra..L lima 2 Ik -i---.
every ive iu resisting nil aimed force of despet- -AMI- T. P Croft, Si4 49. Jan. 1. l3i. tao (22) east. The whole of section four (4), *.-* 331 Ar Silver SprtI2gs..L? .... **..--| i h'p llt.01) Ar..PcnBacoIa 6a1241p
paper of his >wn.-Gulf Pennant. north half, northeast quarter of southeast quar 214* 344p Ar ... ..Oeaia..Lv 1014a 14Sr 2UOa Ar..MbIe..Lv! I1Os..t-
)
-. ale negroes. Fortunately in this instance The public are hereby notified not to trade for ter. west" half of s 'Utneast quarter and south 330a 440pSbOa Ar.... WMwood.L 9l&tI2: r... 745 Ar...New Crieana..LT 830p..
l5SOa l-
: ': '-- -- the law-breakers happened to be reversed any of the al.c\e noUs expecting to hold me RScu west quarter of si-ciou six (b) and the wju-le uf 4ral 543p Ar.. .Lncoochee- l.v O4aIO53i .a- -

k / Ohio Klection Laws. nt the very next ouib.eak of this kiinl- .lorscr on the sucie. t.s 1 did not authorize the sections eight (8) and nine (5,; and aLso au Unit 5 48p Ar. ..Owensboro...L, 7 Ma1l)48 ------ SlOp Ar..Jacteon. MJ3T..LT 145pBuCTK..
JACKETS said John Moketo otIor..c said notes by placing certniu lot, pitx-e ur parcel or tract of land .
flcc'ion stu- 51ia 615p030a Ar. .DadeCity .t lAr. SsOtAr..Cairo..Lv
The in
usl Ohio demonstrates Fte
: t may keep the day u long way off! my name upon them and have not since ratified t Rte ljiaunU bein? in the c-iunry of Ura-ifor-1 719pl750u .._Plaut CtyI..Lv O' 9 lp ...... HOfti Ar..St. Louis.LT TtOp -.-
4 : 'ii nl their syslem of the Australian lallot The negro with the Winchester must his action in the matter II. C. PAHKZR.i in the State of lorula alet mure iMrticnUrly $20p Ar.Tampa. ._LvJ 81-pr------4-ispAr._ .. .Chicatco., ._LT 200pL..a.
There thousands of *. SI wish t.' si.v when I tra slrrred siidts known ind itescriUsl on the public records and
are weilnmeauii.g.iaw.resptcting ,
-
; : 't.-'Ctfl vi'l need cousiileruhlc tinkering go. colored who Don't fail! to sec this lot. t ii C. O IVisspit* it Wiuiiiiri>;m> I with maps of s= iit stale as me whole of *evtl..n SSOa LT....Wild wood.. ..Ar Tito)1ASVILL-Moovicai.w '

N fore it tan Ixr made nf prarlical u-c. men dfploie I Tenij.l-r ai.-l wjs-Jf t.. U II C Parker as not tohe twetity-une i1). lit towush p lour (i) south of 5 Ota 514r Ar..Lesburg......Ar t 4ti 0 2p D 1-, IDa
any tins coo'.iiiion of nfTiirs I t Iteiii: JOHX T STOKENisiive -*. .
quite us deeply as resM.u-i.l| range tweMy-iwo (.2 ) e tst. containing MX hon 54.-ia 54p Ar..... Tavurea.-.Arptlti 91t'p--- I-
The re-cntjnt *h ws twculy-iwo Kcpubli- di the while citizens. It is hring'uig their tired an-1 thirtv-nineand sixteenuue-hundreditu I 8C9.I 63p Ar..Apopka ......Arh 63&p 001Letve Cr..Jackson-fl1e..Arl 59f.fti

4 nil nrie Dcrr.ocralic t-lcctors have l race into bit l repute ii the South aid the I. for Piihiicutiou. (.tioO.lli; ULIV.;and clso alt those certain tracts or 71Up Ar... .OrUndo.._ ArAr. tOi 5 IV i i23'p 54.ialhv.. .Lake 1.1 IT .....AiI4
Prices Are
t own ) en Right pirce.'so! li.d situate. lying auJln-intjiu the 10303 ...Winter Fark..LT ... ; iu'c.. L.v..uveo.k........... Art $
innocent tulTer with the gully. of course. LASD CPFICS AT Otis SVII.LV. Fi %.. I or liruilfonl Sill State of Honda and .. .. ________
.. .
,(;litscii. This Utiusiiul stale iii flairs wn S county .Ar ..OTiedo. .. I kpIi: Lr .. .Monticell-t....... ...ArLT
U every colonil preacher would j'Uii the NVvember 'ills. ISli \ known anti descnb.d l o.i the public plats of said -. -S -:-- -I l.tThourn.vLic....... Ar I.Aril

-: ; : Lnuight% a'jout! by unfamiliarity with the white people in de'iiouneing the evil prac.liu I VJOT1CE.i name-l is setter hereby has given filed UaL notice the of foUowingi. UN inten- county as the south half pi th>- southwest quartr 2COp LT."VV Wo_ ,,. ; ......., .jlontgoitifry...........Ar
of aectioii twenry-tlve .iiu township four H 1l2P2n ......... .-.. ......Ar1TV
Lv.
233pIAr..GainesriUe..Lv hiinmigh.aim.
law. Thai that of lirearms howoiih I _
new nieasuru provides a coining contimially. DOJ'TFAILTOSEE I lion to make final proof in support of his claim I (4), south of racee twenty-o (tf) east, cou- I 3i>|Ar......Archer .%;.Lr 1a..i. iiO-t .
*---B------
cross lLsLi\\ l>c inidc opposite each r.nmcvitteti.for. do the slate an immense semtv. I and that said proof will be inau-J before Clerk Fla of taming eighty (til)) acres more or less together I 6 iOp Ar.....Cedar Keys ...LT : l3lp Lv..LouISvillE..1.4$_ _
the Circuit Court at Green Cove ,
,
and there would lie further tx-rasiitu Spring m with all ami uvular the buildings, improvements .........
no Cincinnati .Lyhil
-: : but it seems Ilial a larg* nuniiitr I January 10th. 1.SJH. viz: John Hall of Athens.Fla. vroo--s ways rights, liberties privileges, Archer daily,except Snnday.at 3:40: p.in p'JHrullma
for calling out the military! anywhtre THIS EIEGAHT iliIE. 1 .. HI. 1 CH. for the S, of S W V! andS of hereditament and appurtenance- the same for Willistou Early Birdand E gle Mine;leave tier rs Cindnnati Ohio,and"
-! -: of vovers. thuugln lliui ore mark wo. wit hut t Ihe iMuind.ir'u-s of Florida'The t S KJ4 Sec 8, T 7 S. R Si E.He belonging or in anywise appertaining, and the E.ige! Mines daily, except gunday. at 4:30: a..in. 1d Jacto-onvtlle and Tiunpa Pnlhna

vufficxnt .for nil tile presidential e1t-ctor Winchester is loo handy and the negro I lames the foil.iwing witnesses to prove his I reversion a.ul reversions, remai der and remainders for Archer and intermediate points. and New Ortedna. :lt,9 aA
t continuous residence upon, and cultivation of. Train leaves Ovjpdo sod Winter Park
L-snes awl
':: mal Hurt {)DC opKsiie] the first. Thus ii isihtit despet.io is too much given to taking advantage I M4d land, viz: O. B. Fonts. A. B. Townsend, C I other protxiity, rents si'.uate in the profits counties thereof of Baker; and except Sunday at figures i uuu n. LeaTes i'S _-.--.-.-- -

I- of its proximity to him. Both he I M. Priest, Joseph Holder! all of Athens, Fla. and Clay in the State n Florida particularly dewribed Orkdo also daily.at 83ia. m.; Winter ParKatjtJEUXANUlXA ASP CUMBERI.ANDL
: the .Democmt ih' headed the iiamnnl Nov M ALEX. LYXCH, Register. D tTa.ui.. srrivin Orlando it 9 X)a. in.: lea i-s'' "1 *" **
:
nnd hs anl f.-rth
'et In he
\ ) ticket WAS elected but all the oilers.defeated. : gun must gi' IN SHAWLS _ _ forei.il/seU and the said decree: Of mortgage foreclosure herein in Orlando daily at 5aW p.nx.arriving Winter Park; L.. JUltVi9S3aLr._ _____ ____ ____I-

:-- :-- .; The law will undouMitUy! I I1ingedbefore l.v $?- LC-DRAUGiiTtcacurts! Constipation. I XT IS A DUTY Toa owe ynarself aad fun.yy this cause. Terms cash. at 5:23 p. iu.; Oviedo fcOQ p. M. 4SOp ..Jacksonville...AT I 1 $

: .. <- the next Ohio election <>c- We have any tiling and at prices to I I Ec*to OBite ret the In yanp best footwear valno for by yonr parehaaincV. money. SYDNEY F. HASFORD. TO'a 4OOp'Lv.Oca1asgu' oAr'lO&ki *? liJ _ar..Fernandina..LVJ 1..

alrs.Alaiy' Tvlegrnin.OUUfHELPLESS. "The Dixie Flyer I \ L. Dowla* Shoes,which represent Lbs Special liaster. 9 Obi 503plAr..Dnnnenon..L' 8 4.tp: Trains on the Fernandlna and _
-- suit the times.IS I beet valne lor prices asked, a* ibouMuuUKO 1000% SSOpAr. ..Hernando .. LT633pAr. :ir FernandlnVil
; :. ------ --- I wl.lI te.ti1v. : 740a |; ; route leave Jacksonville and
Is the appropriate name of ihujie > Commissioners Sale. _
*- :._. GIIAKGKS.llcmcntbcr ham pnl IMI the tfifwar. River Iloule' WTAK.E SUBSTITUTB. I lOUXi: | .. .Eoniosasaa....LuI TlOa 110 ,Vxcept Lunday. Connect at Fnsad1al.
VIRTUE of an order made by tbe Hon.Win. -- 1
; KNIT GOODS BY I : tDunsen&ess. Cumberland IsUa'd. Jekyll
G -orjia S-uthern and Florida ,
--- < Itailntxdto .
'A F.Malpturs. County Judge in and for 855p LT.Lacoochf* (os.Ar J? JS P Cumbertan
the Inmates ot the einnCt the North nnd South. Equip- ft Bradford county.State of Florida dated Xorem 9 lOp Ar.Tarpon Springs.Ar X : Brunswick,frrming the (

K-I with Pu'ltnan palace cars this train We have the latest ami l rr 3Jtlu lrie. appointing me the authorized 824.1 9 zSp Ar .Sutherl d....Ar tt'i 4 'and inakin connections .lor Macce.- "
| newest
State LiinatlcAyItiii., CVmmia-ianer to sell the following real estate, 4."p AT.. .Oanrater..Ar 843*
leaves JhCkM-urillc ol 6:30 p. m. and f'ii- situate in the county ot Bradford.Stale of Flur- tu

:-- TALLAHASSHE. Fi\ Uov. 25. 's!. lalka al 5.00 p in., ttnd anivcsal Ail.inla designs at pojm! ir pi ires. i-a: belougn. to the estate of W. RWhitehcad.. Nos and I akmbeandrouteCOasSCUO
dafly land 4 Sn- I 15
dce&se as follows: The N E W of S E W ofSandSEofSESec25atZdW.of ; daily.except 5 p in.arthei SaCkIOnVUIS
; EUtoiTLLtftAA: 7:45 next morning. Nashville 7:30( Trains _
p. m on 0.B.suds. ,O. & O.daily except Uinan leepinr can Brunswick lo Atn

I For Kvcra) years our friends hive ei.abled .- cuuIccliummt: nl hville with the Chicago 'IN LADIES' AND GENTS'HANUKEItCHlEFS S K Ji of S E M of Sec&4 oi Tp 4 o of R 21 E.*ndSW Sunday. Ljat1anta. ncinnatl and NaahvOle.

uB to bring Chiistmns pltttsuros l hi YrsliliuU-d Limited l and St. Louis sleepers < if ot SWJ4 of Sec30. Tp4. Sol RiSE, JACKSONVILLE-jASHV1LLE> (vu Lafce i1). Ma. on and Atlanta.) **- .
making oaly one change between Jacksonville containing hi all one hundred and forty acres, -
No. 2Noe 5 No*51.Jacksonville X .
the iaraatcs of the Stale Lunatic Asylum.so Palalka and more or Ir&t. :
-- or St Louis
Chicago Now,by virtue of said order, I will sett the
I think the good custom t&iy lx considemlss and all principal points iu the Northwest.At aforesaid real estate at public outcry In front of .. .............. ............" Arrive 7 aBM

-t-- cstiiblhhol. arid I mill make Atlanta, ihe "Dixie Flyer" connect We have the court house door in the town of Starke, in 9&'aI85plLaye ....... ...............keCity ........................ .Aniv* *( _______
*8 : with the Vestibuled somelhti'g attractive in said couaty of Bradford between the legal hour 443111 .................. .....Macou. ........................ ...Arrive iOlpj7'
l>o fmHrfr! 8prxl l limit ltsMy thitt CMirisl- Limited for Washington of sale on the first Hoorfay of January A. D. 'Leave ........................".....,tlanta........................... Arri e _
:- ; i. Iflas is almost here and that vuf VhillrrttHare Pirr.niUlt and New York. On or Linen ami Silk. I 18 3, the lame being the second day of aid ... ......................Ctnttanonga..i ......................Antre
_s :: < Jticinitinjr its urrivr.l. It Ss Hlargi about Dttviiiber 1st. This splendid service I month and a legal sale dav. Said real estate G_ TArrtY..._..................... Leave_ T iI17

t ; family to provide for-nearly iwuhundrrd will be extended through to Tamp*. To solu for dihtribuucox ainonx" the heirs an-I pay throudm Pullman sleepers Jacksonville to Nashville oa NOO. &and I. 'Zrf-i_ _
IX SCARFS inPut of expenses o' adininistration. Terms .1VcnZ.Oi and Jfov.2WA to have a Through Cur ol a Wi or iioiiiIIl Iot _
; -but none.tfx* mny if only! each make a |i.rng story short, the Georgia ca.sh. purchasers Log for titles after tee rxpttt
pai Jackxmrillt the South tciU Aae _
-' ,TO fAaf our >o rron*from
i place' kit) send a little. D' lls and cnndv Southern nnd Florfdn with its through JAMES T. VVitzs.Dc. j

are especially useful and I tra-Jt we mil sleeping car service quick time And close Four-in-Hand an l Windsor Tiesv.e I, ISO-- ComiuifSioui-r. DOUBLE DAILY CONNECTION WITH ATLANTA WITHOUTCHAIUvpot
p Ticket Office.M VT. Bay St..comer Hojan.N. f wt of BoK n St..J* _
T' : : not INT fnrgallen. ]trs should Lie sen'ti connections, is giving all points iu Florida
A.O.McDUNhLLCIfl.
:- 'It." J. 1';. Smith. Su]
Asylum.. i-hutlahiMichee.) Flu." transportation to alt points North and he X OTICE Is hereby given that alt pcs>i s in1 -
.. side of Ball i fore at prices was down S3 SHOE CEPJ&FLIEN > debie-.l to the eoat of HftJl.. "raws uiw )
And either be or Lean I* trusted with who Tails in ask for a ticket by the "Suwanec deceased late of Ijitttey. Bradford SOUIHEHN AND FLORIDA RAilHOM.Ji

: W ne.r, if any i-hoiil.t pit-fer tn send l jt.W.U.UAVTEIt. H'ver Route" will lose both time below zero.DON'T. IS BEST SHOE 114: THE LQFOaTH Htaa. Honda will pay the NIIII to Ihe uniUn-isiird v-ountr.
and o A rennine sewed slier> tkt trill not rf&Oa* and Suwanse River Routn to Floridl
; portunily.KcEtr .eatf. leamlcM, Emooth In-O-fe, flexibie. more eomf without tleiar. all perM.it-> having claims
1 Clupliiin. ortable.EtylL h and durable t&cn toy otMr toe erer aK&ukt said rtlate inu>t present them, ilnly
**'* VYIME CF CAtjUI ior teraale diease. sou at the price. aaal3cc tommadaaltaasoastiac authenticated'within two yi--rr or this iiotice S Time Table Iu Effect NOT. 1, 1893.Sleeping .
t THE TlUSSrOItTATIOS COMPAXlEs OFFEIU FORGET IroDHtd ( will be plead in bar of their rvcovcrrJOSETH _
OiM BdMHaaJ-serre .ftieealfAoes. Tte CBJIW.-HJIW,JR.,, u -
: The Southern Express! Company kindly A contagious swine discuss is being reported mod styiiih.cw and dor&Ueciioes ever sold NOT SHh-2raos AdtainUurator. -

t Thkts1hit1uUiwiioffer: from a number of in the the ni-tee. They e& o imp eabosctt I ii Leave..... ...................STARXE........ ......Arri'S-_ _
r Pa b'OC' pUct-s That tmm$5Iolt Eh -. .I 12&p .......................... ..- _
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agu-. weighing Iwenljfivo s'ale, chit-fly however, in the Su wan nee $3,1'ie wont e a Tro good B by betTy emit.sad three all Creditors 26&J 6.mp Leae.................... .... .Hawiton............................

-, ;_ 'pounds and under tan l lie sent fiee I valley. The hogs arc dylus rauitHy aid d.mxtttaStm else sice ay to wait In.sad will : u lirrebyEtTvu that all persona in a uoI it 5p Lcave ...... ..........Lake Ci y............. .... _________
: -- Iran all cxpiet-s cfKrcs on niilrnad line inIbemte. I in such number ihxi the pork supply wilt keeMTeet dry end r.otcil NOTICE to the estate or Charles U Bailey, lOaiJO33p Leave, ... ............. ... V51a1c3L4............................Anile1 _
-i (i L ilTERs.Superiinemleft.. tie Imulcd $ ,j. FlneCalf,?-2.-i5 and 57.00 Wsvk.nsem's ricceaard l&tc of l-awtry. Brad'onl coouty 1244p Ii ISa Leave.........,..... ........... ..Tifton........ ............. .. ..
1' very in tome localities. The WILL SELL.YOU GOODS m tMnauy oUier Shoes icike.iil rlre more wear for U Florida,will pay the sani? to he OB disease is reported MS ch: lem. The symn- Tie*. Tta tocreartag sales show/Tbey hat are made for s without delay and aJl persons haTlnit claims< 4op ............ ...................... Ant _ _
1i S'!cb packages s-hotHd bp addressei"8uperiatendcril hems are given us follows: The hog refuses bastced thos against said estate must present tbeni, duly 74a ............................ .,............................. ..LeT _
k -K Slate Insane Asylum. Chattahftochee. to CHI or drink leaves the herd lies 2.Oe as T.utbV $1. nuthenticattd. wilhin two years, or this notice wa rt'or 0
5 .Bbs... are ormor the boys cars on night trains between Palatka and Maeon. Owe connection
er ey. will be plead in tar of their
; : Fla.. in carr of the Railroad down and in from two to 6e days is Cheaper than moat Mas m-overy.-E.a &UUT all points West.North and Northwest. Also with-Vibc>j l Limited'for WasMa**

t F Apenl TalhliHSsee. --Donaitioa. This is found dead.- Ex. ;aies' Oct. 14 h.-iuo( Executrix.Bradford New York, uul all slerping car linn t. VireiaU.the Caroliuoo anal the East. $ '
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lnjLl snTsrysMlih. esato s]>tosaid
ml present has no agent a't either Hirer WINE CF CARDB1 Tonic(XVomen. T S
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Ledge &A. ENOZ
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: Junction or (Chattaliaocuee and Ihe F. CJc Cheapest = ,:::4A.sdig A Xeet Thursday night bvforv tlw thSd 77 West Bar St..JacksounWe. Vh., -S

-.- P will take-: chaise and forward theta Bucklen's Arntca Salve. theet.ms sad $b.yesbE7. I .. ;F>\ Sunday In each month.Yx. A. KNAPP, Traffic Itouager. Iacoe.Georgia

'4; k.-- z: frojw Tallkbafree.The.F.C.! 4 Thebc.is.'tivein the world for cntft, ? \teiI'\\J -\ T. Jt ALPHUas!WJL* -- S
J. E. WAtsataHT. Kec
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$ &K bas also kindly offered brnises, sores uh-ers, sail raeum fever b E. L. STEWAttT ) LOflee Ir.asTabuics cure Hfor tiU
A to sad pocka csl Vuich should lie.:mark- wxres, tcuer chapped hnlcbIU.1In Satisfaction Cuarauteed.TkUBY fraeIteed bjtto.Uos DyIawtaeo. I. 0. ,
corns and all skin eruptions and posl- pasaTabulos aJians bt % *
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", tively cures pilfls.or no pay required. It Tabtiles coasti
;Fla Copecf and "Donation. cure
Junction is guaranteed to give prfp t satisfaction' W. HODGES.
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). .. .* !iox. For sale by Stark* Drug Co. j i itipans Taboles are of great value. T.J.TLb N.e. 1ian1 Taculcs basis'c p
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-. have'becu absent are preparingto. operate the saw mill'at ::: ;: :, : : tlfe1
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ourlittJu We will be glad to _" :'-, .'::: ... '
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: ':.;.,'. very':.enjoyable' lime, killing' plenlY of : \ .-Gl: 8.'Roach &:rCo:are cutting SS .' .. y6- .A.EE .ALW AS .SIOK- ,:

< TjSE NEXT DAYS birds and- small game.. ______ .. boxes' )and' malting' preparations_ for the **-r-w;-:'-i* '."',..q>o- .... . ,-, .; .. ', .- '.
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''{' t' Mefsrs. J. T. Stokes and K C.,Parker ,. > < ,: -OUR-' ....It
I Monday rooming preparations of LaCrosse: ns,herS! this week on,a busi- "k:: 5W-
were made for the surveying corps of the ness visit.: Mr. J. C. Barry'bas sold his ', ''S S ;'c : S

new rllilru .. It is ,composed of three interest ID (be mercantile business here S :-5'- : .! :" I BLOOD PURIFIERWILL
Engineers and a large force cf bauds.; and Messrs. W. F. Parker and F. 'C. ... :'.. .
_._ ,. '5' have 'team and their Parker 'the S . -. ",
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t outfit with them. It will probably Air .T. C. Barry requests that n big ,'; S -\ .-
take a month to locate the line .lo Ln- tournament ride forFncL'\y; before Christmas
Yd. wde.Bedford Cords'in fast, colors, 10yd. Crosse. IK announced right away. A double I IIi .

4: 36-ineh 'Victoria,Sateens, fast colors, 8cy4 It's a Sure Go. tournament is riders proposed and -new one beginners for the inexperienced to- Cleanse Tuar Blood t

Hamilton Wool Cashmeres, 3-4 wide, lOc y/ The,Stnrkc and high Springs railroad come off at 10 o'clock a. m.. and one for J JONES.
s-a certainty. Work is being pushed in ihe best riders and all. to come off.at 2 p.
Fancy 38 inches wide 15c.
Serges ;
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m. .Everybody far an near are cordially
S 1-2 Wool Chevrons, 3-4 wide, 15c. every department Ties are being gotten invited l lo attend. S the Blood is Life
". out. dilch ll!, grading._ surveying cutting Married, al.the residence of the bride's \
All.Wliol Chevrons 38 inches wik 35c.
.. Changeable o f right-of-way are all going on and eve .y parents on Thursday. November 24th. at

Beautiful 'All-Wool Plaids for children's dre&s, 20, 25 and one seems to have, pleniy' of work. Our 7 c.'clwk 'p m, Miss Alice Pinholster. ofNew I 25 Years Behind the Counter. :
i' xjople are ,feeling better !:pinte The IHver. and 'Mr. R. J. Oliver.. of \ '
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Wool l Cashmere) and Henrietta, 25, 3%r.and 50c., Pay Day. smoothly oyer stormy sea their I I '
may success and prosperity crown
All-Wool40-inch Tricos, 50c. Last Saturday was pay day for the t-verv effort, and millet this earthly journeyis ,

4;; 40-inch All-Wool Brocaded Henrietta, 75c. \ Ambler railroad and all day loug the completed a home in heaven await I Shoes, Clothing, Ladies' Hats, (.Next to Postofflce.).

. /: 40- nch ll-Wooll Satin Striped Bedford Cord, 5c. bands were crowded around Col. Peck's them"Sugar boilinus" and "candy pullings"! -
office, which used kl'. Trimmed and Untrimmed
was as! O
1\-. 40-inch All-Wool Henriettas in colors 60c.; U par !are,the older of the day. ,
Something over $300 wus paid out. 1'IJIonly
'J. 42-inch AllWool Henriettas, 75c. represents,work done up 10 ]last Friday More anon. FIDELK. TRUBY STIRNBURG & C01
Thomson
Corsets.
night. Next dny. which comesn Glove-Fitting
pay Try BLACK-DRAUGHT tea for Dytpepti JWholesale -
. : ; 50-inch All-Wool Henriettas, $1 ; Saturday. December lOlb there will

,': : 'f. 40-inch.Silk Warp Henriettas, $1.35. be many times (hat amount paid out. E DRY GOODS!

: :, Beautiful All-Wool Creponnes, 40inch, 90c. Highland. S

I:' '" Changeable Sublimes, 40-inch, $1:25 W. was It is appropriately to_be presumed observed tInt: by Thanksgiving the noticeable DRY GOODS! i and Retail Dealers in

it _. 52-inch All-Wool l Assabet FlalLnels5c. 'Ir absence of seveial!. fine droves of turkeys -

v Gros Grain, faille, Surrah and ,China Silks, fnia 4oc, to since that day. pw *
MajorVaireu VVhipple. from Sleepy General Merchandise
$1.25. Inllow. a suberb of Highland, got out fir'hlhd N. J. Jones' ,
slr.iw!berry patch" one day last wet k big
: Beautiful Changeable Faffettas $1 and $1.25.
::1i; : long enough to visit and shake hands STARKE: FLORIDA.

' A.LSO. with some of tls Highland fucnds. He oi ... stock is in
"' consisting
: was accompanied by :Mrs.Vhipple.. whose .
:: ?I!: Plushes, Felts and Fancy Articles in Silk and Metal. eau iCurSatin presence is always welcome. Groceries Stnpll".amt'Fmcy.' ,

:;.f : Cashmere, better than China Silk, 30c yard. Our popular ass5s.la.it postmaster, G. II. j jFeed
of conceivable nrt clr.
Any
; ': Conk having no further use for the'Grandfather's everythingthat
". }:.:r':. Standard Hrands Ginghams. 8c. J
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: t Light-weight Ginghams, 7c. Seevey last week. 4K114GPOWDER Any kind of Provender
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i A full line of Prints and Domestics at the lowest prices. ;;: Much to the regret of their many friends his customerswan't. Hay -
S' Best line of Towels and Table Linens ever offered heie. 'Ji. Mr. Bostick is about to MOVe his familyto for Live Stock. .
Ladies' Cloaks and and Duke Ga. where he goes to take chargeof *
Wraps Boys' Clothing.

Best and cheapest lino of.Ladics'.Undervests in the city. r:ip i Miss the Baily Buit mill who has: been tor some Useless to Dry Goods Millinery Largest Stock

The line of all the Standard colors ., I in town.
largest Hosiery brands and fast, weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Knox, is so Absolutely Pure. ,

ever exhibited here. &;: inch improved in health! by Highland an, tell what allhe And Furnishing Goods, all styles..sizes and prices
A beautiful line of Corsets, \iz: The celebrated Watch Spring.'Mrne. that she is enabled! to resum fashionable A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of you ClothingHardware:

Foy'n, and French: Woven, arid Dr. Warner's Health, also several"brandscheap dress her to making.discontinue whicU failing before health leaving; obliged the' all in leavening Food Report.; Mreajjth.-Latest U. S Government Call und satisfy, yourself.

Corcts.= ,( North. S ROYAL BAK\O: POWDER Co.. 106 Wall St, N.Y. I sells, you all For Farmers ,Builders. Phosphate Miners. and
The most beautiful Shoe can be seen for a limited period. Mr. Knox.of the Highland nurseries is : '

Great reduction in' prices of Men's Hats. A large assortment.of..Chil receiving numerous 01 dels, both from old When .also Stove's, Hnnges-, -Cooki ,g Utensils, etc.
know. this
dren's Hats and Caps. .' v. and new patrons for his choice tiees of ...
;.tv.** which he has n lar.cr: stock then ever 1'S To suit vny tastentut any po kef. Also: ,alt

We invite you to call. Can show yon niore than we can i n. Kfore.MUs. / : Furniture:
Kite: Cook now in charge of our enterprising merchant kinds of other House FurnishingGoods.( .,
Bradford County schoolsvus home for a
., T. KNIGHT :short: time recently.H. .S
M. 1'iuni.ver succeeds O. C. Plummet
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Call anti Walnut Streets Stal'kena.
: 'or. large adiliiions to ln" stuck. F
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: nothing! ; ,but.serve'.to color, up I
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ilR/DFORD\ COUNTY( TELEGRAPH.Starke. now. unlya modiTiiiv! crop in consequence of DRUG STORE U.D.MINER

he sc\eie dry Mfty and June la!>l.. lleavj. ;;: ) LEADING -DRY GOODS HOUSE "
-' To-day is December 2d. Christmas crops of pni
; Fla.. Dec. i, 1892. will soon he here. ( well % OCCASIONAL. .

... Lawtey Items. In this Watchmaker and
i Mrs. C. KV'man".. of Boston, HITTING THE'BULLSEYE i4-
Localaffairs.Vby is state of
Lawiey really in u I! progress-
Matarrived, in Starke Tuesday. on, And why shouldn't! she be? It ISon" Is the sign of a good marksman,-but

\ buy, .inferior flour when you Oranges are going to market quite of the pielliebt aud! healthiest little it pays far be'ier to strike a bargain place, he backs,,- up
can get !Swe.t Home at the same than it docs to strike a : Jeweler.
in tmgct.
rapidly and are bringing a \ cry g.odprice. tOWnS t'ie state, its people energetic
price at ileiberger_ Richard. 'and intellectutl.Ve; h.ive our annual Always aim to hit the bullseye: his assertion with .
Better still to buy at low prices;
: All kinct'R-of hauling done urompt- pretty we ding, and now come to the Make the rule where the figures are high, S"barke F1.a
J. W. Alvarez & btaMes. Men are coming to Starke from To shun all costly devices. ,
ly at Co.'s front with a 1irst-clas. modern robbery. .
all) parts of, the state to work on .the. lotul.iy morning our people were electri- In our stock, high quality runs I several good and J. GASKINiS, <

.scnd your Jacksonville couMgnnients new railroad.lira. tied at hearing that; the store of V J. neck and neck with low prices. It's DEALElC! IN .
to the Florida ProdueerV iuipman: & Co, and the posoffice! had "a vision of the castle of economy to of
Assortment
and Consumers1 Exchange. tf Strong and Mi-s Kit tie will been> ei.teicd during the night, the sate enter our store, where you can pickup substantial reasons Drugs & MedicinesStarke Largest .
return to-moirow from their flip to blown open and money pos:>t.ige stamps,
bargains like apples in an or- Flat
Iron and wood at Morgan valuable watch Clocks and
wagons. South Florida. clothing ana a ; belonging Watches
.mBro' to 'Mr. Joseph Ciawblmw were missing chard. Make a bullseye'while the Physicians' .Prescriptions r
Misses! Fearing and 1faand Mrs. and no clew to the pcri>eliators. The ex- windfall lasts and show that yen : Uurefully Compounded.it lLnir-ddt' w i iI'

Have you tried Sweet Home flour? Husband paid} 'a visit to St. Augustine plusiou.uwakellell Air. Peters, who was have an eye for business and kno\y 1 mgJd i r Jewelry,

The ..aes! are increasing every clay. this week. sleeping in the next building! lie gave the aiifcience between 10 percent: First of all, he has served I' -5 I r

The be>t trade ut.e. it.... For sale b)' the alarm and Mr. John. McCulle' }'. off and 20 per cent 'afh-aLce. 0.GENERAL. W. Young,
others went in I!
t -, J Ileiberger&Richard.Blis. The cotton gins! aie still humming have first Iurtiil.Ve class hotel : 'UUdJ TRUBY, STERSBYEG & Co. behind The dry goods counter Special attention given to.. the repairing -
: ; but the is all in
along cotton neatly<<
Neal, .'' Ever bearing, Lan :, ions, a geuinl landlord included\ of Clocks and Watches.
for this season. hostess is ever ready to look after ANNOUNCEMENTS.For( BLACKSMITH
dreih'M Extra Early and ..lllack.eyeclMarroVfat Good work done at reasonable rates.
comfort and enter to the for 25 years, and is conceded
Peas atTruby, Sternlmrg(! Mrs. W.: E. Duncan returned her guests ** .-AXD-
& Co's. !: Wednesday' from a visit. to relatives The loth of December the ladies of tt.e Town Marshal. FOB SALE.

School books_and stationery-new i| in ,Middle Florida.. W omao's Guild Will give supper at the The friends of J. W. Alvarez take this to be the keenest buyer that WOODWORKER( The following described properly' located
Burrin House and will have
fancy method of announcing him a candidate
::4; stock-at Morgan Pro's. The city election comes on the articles!, holh l useful and ornamental for for lown maisIiHL If elected he will do to the market. Is located the old:, tinshop. where he wiihin the cnrpotalc,- lirnilapf UMJ.
Ask I C\V bbfQrcarrll", stencil, 17th of this month.Vho arc you sale at very teasonnble prices It is hoped his duly faithfully lie is suited tn the goes S prepared to make or.yepairnll kind* of (own of Starke is offered,for stile:

etc., of the Florida Producer' and going to vote for? that all will turn out and help these noble olHce! in every respect and we auk the. Iron. tin or wondwoiklie will mane Two"Acres. or Land .
{ Consumers' Exchange.I tf ladles. They intend Adding the proceedsto support of the Voters of Stnrke. Second. His long experiencein you a wisgnn or repair your/ coffeepot; well fenced upon which is a good well

1 __ Quite a number of :Stark::; citizens that at hand, and earnestly hope at I FI some fulute It materialize in the
1 Christmas cards and booklets at day may shoe horse err ,sell n Chicago
# took m the excursion to St. ereciiou ai Episcopal chapel here. I The friends of Mr. II. Austin announce'InO the business gives him a Aermotor.your you an excellent well: of water bricked from '..
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4 4I Morgan ,I Augustine this week. Dr. Toud's new residence approaches ) as a caddultte: for city marshal. and Now Mr. Fnrmer. It'wjll pay you to S the cay! : good utablc and outbuildings.;
. printing of all kinds the 1 completion. It will make an elegant and ask for him Hit- support of the voters at it *
$ at find out all about this windmill it* can The following is a list of the Trees growing
) A1l1atorilmen who desire to do commodum-i home. what the
*l* TELEGRAPh othee. the, city election. FKIKNDS. 8uperior knowledge of be used for any purpose hut wutir power
*lsm Mis. Waller Todd will erect a neat collage upon LImB place: ,
so, Hud no difficulty in obtainingwork can be put to. When you are in town '
cI. Write to the P. & C. Exchange; on the new railroad. on .the lot joining the doctor's I hereby announce ii))self 'a candidate trade needs and where and Call and learn all iilHiut 11.. It does not 80 I-hIOl* Trees, IS' nrictle 2d,year
Jacksonville, for market prices be- making another improvement inVe*;t for town marshal and respectfully solicitthe \ take wagon load of rmnt-y to purchaseone bfiiring;Chestnuts 5,?'varieties Apples -

. fore ship elsewhere. tf The next meeting of the S. L. I. Law Mr.ley. 'Da- suffrage of the voters in Starke. If but It is worth a big pxrktl: full to 6 trees (3 Standard 1)3 on'l'cisr. rush;
you John from
We make returns_ on day of sale. A. will }be at tho home of Mis. Dr.Gaskins kola, have recently Breton arrived and family amid will make elected favor 1 shall da my IlAnxbY duty without RICHARD.fear or how to get it at ROCK BOTTOM -you. 40 Or.tiigo Trees. vlI1'ietlet17' Pear

p p i,1: Fl. P. & C. Exchange: Jacksonville. on Monday next Lawtey their future home. CEO W. YOUNG, 4 varieties: Apricot 7; Persimmon

tf Mrs Wells and daughter. Nellie returned For City Clerk.I PRICES. Fla. I 77. choicest varieties; .Pencil 80. large
Mrs.\ Judge Malphurs, who has, home in Starke -
to their Lawley good ::
I. : hereby announce myself a candidate selected( ,varietiesQuince, 2. Chinese.,
ONE MILLION BOXES of oranges been very sick with typhoid fever, health, after an extended visit among tor re-election t') the otttce of city clerk S -
COMER L PEEKATI'ORNEYATLAW All the above trees are in besr1ng.rnost;
wanted by Burton K. Barrs, is improving now every day. friends and relalives.; and solicit support of the citizens at the Third. He carries the nicest and NOT A UK '
Cards are out for the marriage of Miss town election. It It. JOINER. of I hem in their second year. ..
.. Jackson v ille. __ Mr' *. Addie Johns will arrive in Kate Hill and Mr. Frank B. ilubbard! of -and-* Tliis plnce must 'lie seen.tn,be 'nppreciaeud. -

Orange wraps at "i ruhv' ,'Sternburg the city in a few days to spend the Jacksonville. The many friends of Walter Wills announce line of Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets Fire Insurance. For further inforrnaiion;apply
Mr. HalO. Smith made a trip to Jacksonville Represents: LIVERPOOL LONDON&OI/BE,
him candidate\ for the office of
& Co's.Pl'aches. winter with her Mr. M.\ L : u ,
____ son, on Tuesday last. VROVIDENCEVA8HINGTON? GREENWICH llll. A. L. SCOTT,
city cleik. and respectfully ask the sup- and HARTFORD Fire Iiwurance S
grapes, berries, vegetables Johns, I Mi. W. B. Smith while North made a and plushes for ,this mar- SECURITY S "
ndfor1 port of the citizens the coming election. Companies.' Choice lots of Lamt in town and Starke, Fla. ..,
etc., and oranges in.season. --- purchase pf a very fine upright piano of county for sale.
The Commercial lintel is doing avery excellent/ tone and which now For City Tax Assessor.I FLORIDA.
Jacksonville. STARKE -
tf P. & C. :Ex., compiss Frazse & Hall.:
. lively business for this season adorns his home. hereby n nnouncemyselt for reelectionto ket, consequenty the trade 5- .

.14ite, The TELEGRAPH witl l-c sent to Mr.I KHciisclunidt has a big name Mr.'t,, )). Thl'llt. and family have removed the oillce of city tax assessor. Thanking jne9ifWE Att'ys and Counsellors at Law

ta.1 any address for $1 1 a_> ear. ... among the traveling men. to the Dr. Trdd residence ei>st of my friends for Iheli support in the comas to him for nice goods: POWEll, H.r U.I ,
town, and will otc.ipy it 1O.lh6 future. past. 1 respectfully solicit the same hearty ROOM vo. 1. JOXJi'.BLOCX.S
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L"I''>'" when deal with the i' & C. Ex Plenty of work for, the people A very di-Iinblful!: birthday Ihank-offfr- support in tbe coming election. AND SU BRADFORD CO.'FLORIDA.
S GEON.omee STARKE.
you ing service was bId ul th< Al. E church T. W. SWEAT. Fourth. financial stand- PHYSICIAN .
,i andotSM6 w. t1. I change.. tt makes a prosperous! country. Encouragement Sunday, the 20th of Novel1l r. at 3.30: p And Downey Butld'g..cor- :Third,alet, ..
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.. should be to all : Watt 'Center1trsFernandina Fla.
given m. The design and execution of I time pro The friends of laD. announce I ;
"'-f, o;.. Plush t Ihlt-iesat! Morgnn: I Hro's.Fine at Gankln' Drug Store __JylT .: _'
;; enterprises that employ workmen. gTlmVIIS most excellent while the decorations him as a candidate for city lax assessor. ing enables him to buy direct S
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:,0. I8p ;, JV were rich and l.isty. ** j. y/iss '& SONS
horss and cani.iges For Mayor.By .
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- -' Miss Lizzie Sweat has- returned "Ou \\lH-eIs, and How 1 Came There. myl5tf '
;; Alvarez & Co. from her extended 'visit to 'Soutl is a new book just pu lished by Hunt & request of many citizens I respect- from the manufacturer and '.5 .PRACTICAL

6P6b" J .W Hodges" --<< has a large- stock of Florida. Miss Lizzie is glad to Eaton. of,New York. The author is W. fully aumunce myself for re-election as J?PETs .,
.f.W; ;, get B. Smith of L edited Kev. J. mayor of Starke' (LL. PEEK. ORANGE, CLIPPER 1S
U.trOlI. clothing that he i is bound to sell. back toStarke_ and her.many friends G. Donnell. it is wiey.the story of by Mr.I Smith: For Treasurer. strictly for cash, and thus put- Caveats business and conducted TradeMarks MODKKATE obtained ami FEES.all Patent I .

i Call and NCU it. army and prison life A. n fifteenyearoldsoldier CO: ( K OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U, 8. PATENT Lenth,13 incimeL -
Mr. and Mrs' -James Ells have returned The friends of N. D. Wainngut announce Office 'and .e caD secure patents in I lem' time I

.\t l Orange; crate matprial at Tuiby; from Norwalk, Conn., where C. C. McCabe.buy. The D. introduction D, of New York is-by,nev'l S him as a candidate for the office ting him in touch with the importer and Inetoiu at less cost than those remote. from Wash M p' :, .
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oa.,!1:"' Stcrnburg_& Co's. they spent the summer. They will says iu ifThis i is It book in of town treasurer and ask for him the bend model drawlnr or photn with descrip R '-. t

.I.-. ...,,..,.! remain in Starke during the wi inter. every buy and girl in all\\ the land should support_ of the voters in the coming eleolion. and.manufacturer, mak- charge tion. Vfe Onr advise fee not if due p"till Dtableor pst nC I"DOt.1W'turP.d.free of 0". -
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50 ;,."" If )aredtie anything on your. j jBub read. It willhld\ tin- interest of the A IJtte! Book.,"How to Obtain Patent with .

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will laki oats, corn, fodder, potatoes from her summer visit to relatives In H true pf story Robinson rivals in interest" the* *romance On receipt of ten cents in 'stamps or ing him the only middle man to'JrD.fent_ free.S Address.-CA.SNOw&c'), rial ne.e and Clipper f.Ujr wwrMted.LrIIAdSOf tIe-T: \,,; chickens else Cru>e. of Opp.PatentOfflci, WASHISCTOS..D. C The bladH arw lightly currwl. It U tk* duly
:' > egg or anything; Philadelphia and other Northern coin the 0 H. & D will send a copy practical Clipper malL',.and widened br U wk
".!!.I lt I you wIIt.In. turn off, anal nll..w full cities. Miss Markley is very much A Llttls Glrr Light? House.EjtperT9nce; In the Washington cook book'book postpaid" to between the consumer. and man- Fruit Trees nave Sold med by tile them.Hardware- and..Supply.: Trtdc. S S ..
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;I, market price. .:. tiPictut improved by her trip: Mr. and Mrs. Lcren fnwcott are keeper 800 any pages address.and in freely jlluslraied. It is I again (::11IIho' nllention i>f Ih'>?c Inter 1. W1S3 4 .O3.T2t.. H1;;Jtoinrhctmr*.

jf;), ;i. framed Morgan: Bro's.I of the gov. light b-:.use at San* lieai-h the' standard anthmitr on 'he famous ufacturer. ested in putting out fruit trees fit "ny 5
-- ;; ; Mr. M. R. Liddon has purchaser Micb.,and are blessed daunhter 'V. Ii. lit'7 j.JSi .1
...... ,. I with # dinine curs that run daily between Cincinnati kind. to the fact thrt 1 can fill ihekmr.lerchespcr ,
iJ .. .. Violins, banjoes and guitars at the Richardson place on \Walnu four years old.' Last April she was taken an-I Chicago on the "Velvet \ than they can get such stock < ..,..

iJ p 'I i 1II&.l;; ,\ t 'Morgan Hro's. .trpet, and will fit it tip for a home. drondful down cough with and measles, followed by 1\ Train" of the C., U."& U. and llonon 1. S elsewhere.: LeConle pears' fh1 amid Iwo ,DEALUIllN.

ft I &.4&6">- Mr. Liddon has evidently decided tu. U.-ctors at borne and turning at l>ptroit.into' treated fever. Roule. Address E. O. }McUormickvQ.. ':. t.... Ie yt-trs'wlil. anti KiiffiylijI>n'IirHp ;ialtyi "'- 9. s4.GENERALSMERCIIANDISE
, l : ; WalterVilts has just received mate his home among us. her, but in ,'aiu,.she rew worse rapidly & T. vent C.. II.: & I). R R. Cincinnati. S. 5.: ;,: .<' .', Also a large stock rf shrubbt-r '''.V man
> '''W' f the finest stock of candies tcrVn.I until she was a weie"handfiilof hOIl .... > lit|i: L. Chew Toothpick tobacco. For 'Iheu she tried Dr.. King's New Discovery the Munon. is the World's- Fair Routeto ', "".- for it. Grape viiiea of the best varieties 't S

I! Eipans Tabulcs move the bowels. talo by N. J. Jones. and after the use of two and a baitOOII.l Chicago.' S 5 5 for Florida. J.) .-.STDBOTD'. '*'
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tftf-1; .. y Citrons, currants, raisins and Strength and Health. Dr. King's+'s, was New uipletelroured.Di9:' Very is. They worth say its GARDINER'S S S : ;' : t r S Notice- of, 'Town .Election.; S DRV S GOODS. '. ... 5,5* 1fS

t i' ,1prunes just received at Walter If you are not feeling strong anti bottle weight free in at Kold htarke) yet you may get a trial :' S. F. <{ : ": NOTICE ta hereby siven that aD election wm S wniTitxu S. S'S S
;.'1", ', Wills'. healthy try,Electric Bittern. II lagrippq store. Drug .Company's'drug : : l of Starke Bradford uLLpt 5r S

J.I\. ':W .N.. _ _ _ __ i has left you weak and weary, use Electric 5McElree's Real Estate Agency. county.day of December State of ,FJo A.D.Ja..1P92..on Saturday- .tbt "nth S : : *'**5.s frSSff,
Rittere. This acts directly<< 5 -
remedy flOOTS.'a
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of Cardu ,For a Mayor.ForaManhal .
-- t ,: Walter Wills keeps the test f.inly -' on liver, stomach and kidneys, gently DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYORNext :. 5S ; 5 : -
::::::::;;- "; r 01':; < in town.A aiding those organs to perform their and THEDFORD'S BLACK-ORAUGHT jut : ., ForatVrt -S 5 --S

\be& :" rnncuods. If you are afflicted with sick for sale by the following merchants ia 4 to Po toftlce. 5- f.0 S:<:;'.',., ;S. .- ; ', <-2 3-v*:. '-- +.; SS "t ForaTreasorr ForaTax.A.l3el8Or')0." ; : .. .5 8anSf

, t.tiJ handsome prime with every headwhe, you will find speedy and per- Bradford county: ,.. .'"'. ) !: : : ". ''orthm Aldermen.wftacM .- ., ...; '
D. pound of coffee at Walter Wills'. manent relief by taking Electric Bitters. .; VIVA j'j : S f ...-,; ,whereof 1 hereunto IIdm, band&fld GRQCEE8S
, -. 1l: i One trial will convince you that this i8 8TARICE G; \V. O J)1UG Co. 5t.rke; STARKE,. -. -' SS S S -.S :! ,', II flbttheap*.!.of Mid tovntM. 8nfdyof. ...
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mD", cca&eria;; .over ewe j frosa Cfckago says: sfck fc-adcfi-. I
Pitty DI:_PmIri ,bnadred:all :escaped thrr.wub'aa, abafl-. 'Br :The Owrgia legislatare. tte,.workTs _.aaita'iekdiersarecathe -_I 1It e
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,dosed sbafr, ,All the rncies .and ,Btiae (air ill 1&SBOW storm., They would. 'not ilk", mg the a.fbIM'DU 2fImIs I-! 'TtJ-

2i 1n'cUteS cars were dfsffoyedl. Ttese mises' err u beta deterred by s Uzoard. These -reDoeItT. I i.ki'w. _-

tat.' sat. ,IsttrmetlTe U optraUdbj tbe Atcilsoo, Topeka aadSaeis m.rtat''JlqJeaIap: tnm Day hasnrver been anything die earth to 'widan R'YOtmoauy 801- dcs.

; . Fe railroad, sa I are the largest is to Bay Tersely.TtU.At i jpjxoaca thia xpoaitkM evea ia itspresw 8*Makes Sole GeM s-.tItIRI ,Ie' Szns roleof the X --.n -Z -

4 New Mexico, the average prodoetioa ben eat atage sad it is not probable that it Cottn Grne
Yenn. penBcacfS .
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Typhoid fever Js gt Loois. g *fx>ot snerttJ- Te can" per day. will be repeated for a eeatury to come. .: %,_ ._..
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Ab cl fire toniJrect tirc,1Qof cot a democratic The magnificent areaitectoraJ ZlB Be8I& rr #
cea are jubilee at 1bgnoF.a paaoruaaa
; : Two tamdred new ease Satnrdsy.Aa A Waatingtoa of =day rays: -
.. work-. :N. C,Friday Mrs. Lease band spread oat on tie shore of Lake MSchi- dispatch aLJi -
was in oftbe4 beautiful sfgsa om __
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: : d pateiiof Satorday Secretary Bask has magbt-tr make his One t1W JtJM -
IcdlsBtpoCs effigy.In gsa were soch that only the most aihedmagfr&atira w V W Woirek
I says: Cerelsad official pforallry ia Indies A CJereland! Ot dUpatcb aay: Tel- i alone eoold fourth aDd last annual report,as the headofthedeparttafntofa earth ts ahappy4
conceive -
bat
..- enph Apentcrs oo lion of the Big FOOT the Alabama state ,
: senate Saturday, a Talo-
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7,083 j no parallel for eve
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are aciiou'y .&awaiiiag the nltimitonsGerersl of si memorial asking' etmgreta to adopt able document and has grouped together J'O':1 BeaAII s-Il-
and cotds
Tbomaa Pemberidge, eighty years oJd, The party reached the Windy City ia tab useJf
ft Soperfetendest: Peck concerning, ineatores to promote the ,early wnple- time for interesting facts to show wfcat a those we
and Sarah VCK breakfast at the are
'. : .. : Mrs. fctorcb aereaty dOD of the Anritoriom At 'The only hevJurdeiis
the demands made by them on 2 "m- Nicaragua canal and its CI C- 11 great agricultural people we are. He
years old were marrioi Senates;Pa., o'cfocktheGecvginzs went oat oa a
.. .- eat nhr., her 1st, About fiI) per ceet. of the op- trot by the TTailed Ststes was adopted by prime train to the fair ground lodge says we seat abroad bstyearf 200,000,000 trtoa.rlourlr
enters the a unanimous rote. of than had to import nUT cad'
emplojed by Big Four are products more we 'Win do8db
Bryan a
commissioner
special
aad of the
Tbe for a- Oti exposition '
? contract end coropletioa .
members of the Railway Telegraphers1 The Memphis, Tean., Paisenger ASH from foreign nations, and 80 per cent of -
j- accompanied them. Basses
Texas has of the bees public aw&Lded l ildiog to Anderson ia Paris, Union, aad tbcud! the cotnpasy fail 'to eiatioa has coIUpsed and as a' cocsequeoce met them,at the gates, and they were these prod=. were agriculturaL lIe 'False worship .ill kill _the seal as bet wcred -

L comply with their drmind* a sfrike will rates oa all trunk lices ttadin g driven everywhere ia the claims acme credit for that because heshews quick as no wcbip. half tocles cfOtier
grounds. Several wid and a
Brothers cf St. 1xraMo.. at $43TJ.A. two
oc cr. If a friks is dedsreo it is said. .nt of that city are demo a1iud. The buildings were entered and viewed an increase of 40.000,000 pounds Mood neScinesaad.uIed:

4. special of Satsntey from Des Koines the engineers and conductors will cooperate -, cutting of rate commenced in eaneitSaturday. from end to end. of weisht ia pork sent to, cooatriee C'hkao.m w bevit aranal&e1:35t: pt11I -- gX4WZL .
.,. _.whcILi .Pe2rTT Iarze resae*I rom tie to do me any
: stye Iowa's official vote is complete aedM which formerly excluded! American pork *.
: as follows: Hmwm, 219,275; CUrveJand f 6RA2TD BETOTO DUG A.TI r_ and value increase in our exports !laUi to the MPtDp -
: The 'Braker*, the' elegant J and costlysascmer The.ezperimeats of rain-miking which 940,000,060
l'XJ,4W; Wend, 20f, 1C; BIdwelf, residence of Cornelias .Vander- was began at SaD Antonio,Tex., Friday The scope of the exposition is grand of fin cattle and all this comes -.nlLl 4 Kajar.

) : 6,222. b uilt. at Newport R. L, was destroyed I afternoon by Professor Dyreafortb &:d beyond imagination. That septem < f from increased precaution to secure the lie pleasaat.Saw..; gentle actIon and lOotla.

L.:k special of Friday from Ikerood, by fire Friday t. The character of r party, were kept up until 3 o'clock Saturday wonders so boasted j>f by the ancient healthfulness of American food products. Lag effect otspup at r.when&*seed of a

cL. :> y. i, says: Mrs CUrelaod denies the tbe furniture acd deer rations may be morning.. The result demonstrated world would he almost commonplace Tte regulation enforced' for the prereatioa .&n.iUth fstlr or mother I* ecatfv ,I wtro5bkd eaas'et froiz Tetreran4 ehitThd"wlsssad

t L T'. story telegraphed orcr the cooatry that juiged frcm the fact, that ia a single the soceesi of the theory cf producing even in a combination beside the vast' of Texas fever alone hare SATed cattle b2icwt t' mast rcaCr/ins resafcs to me ma aIady'mbiseiI :,
modern There or
she had a narrow escape from death ia a tWlwtft, Lug tapestries estimated to r D by means_of concussion. marveL is one building in growers mere than three tunes thecost ibt
it Is Che best famUy nm __
:t. ,rutaway acddeat. 'f be worth $200,000 or mere. The silver which dozen structures, like Georgia'sstate of rmniag the whole department. low Eta use sedjbunrasfiiJ -
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special of Wednesday from Saraisah capitol could be stored every AI saoaId Jaaq : c Soak a! ate.
t' I of Thursday state that, jewels and other vaktabls of like nature, Ga., say: President Comer, cf the cost of the fair .waThe ,. Hegardicg wheat he says: '-Taking the Dottle. ba .- !& .
ehoUrahas agaia shotya itself ia Belgians. were placed! in safes by the servants and I Central railroad, emphatically denies tie buildings when world throughout the erops more dun
finished will be eight millions, and theyre equaled the less of 1SOL So there Aa incanJDt tamp wtrboZ a.filament Is
fill Estimates
4 There have been two deaths from the4itease are probably right. p1wVanderbilt's i telegram sent out from Augusta stating all crops the imp ;;rornzied.
: fa Brnssela szd several cases are I Kr less at rot less thaa 1 that the Mutual Life Insurance nearing completion with the exception was actually more wheat grown in that n.ut e AuJ1oweI
,, cnrrpacj of a few state and foreign structures than in 199 J and editions which
'*l i ;: reported ia Bruges o-d Xoos. ; 0,0G0. ]had called ia its $700.000 loan to the Fifty nations and par > ,
thirtyseven have at last overwhelmed the cotton ,
., A A WsAbicgton special cf Wednesdayeaysi (Central. There is nothing in it. ;:"
Wsshisgtoa spedsl,Friday says:: colonies will be represented and everyone growers cow confront the wheat ,' .
.: ;;v: Her John IT. fiott{ the Trueratla I Tb accuil report of Assistant A syndicate ha ptrchased a. large of these Sfty foreign nationalities While ia-iitiag: that southern grow cotton, I101.hNar." Tar- Catarrh Tm S

fsther-io-Iaw of Prejideat Harrison, is I Secretary Bowey, of the work of the 1 tract of phosphate land ia Polk county. has its own home. Thirty-one states I growers mcit contiace to reduce the (_&. .-.

v; critically! ilL His sflvaaced age nioefy- board of penaioa appeals, shows Vat oa 1J FIs. psyin- 60,000 cash E T. Walton and two territories have their individual of cott
c : four years, render U fanfly anxious as J uly 1, 1831, there were :,o-'A appealed J Wilmington, DL, is president; : buildings. acreage offer tied ia the smell aaI.-czpIetelr aerange .e whole system
encouragement to shape *LusfiTf rlra it tiiroaca the in minis saxfaets.
: to the ootcome of th attack; perntoa cases oa tie with the board and I ) Reynolds of Atlanta Ga. ia vice Bat Gtname arc_
nowhere appears. of new varieties of cotton seed. .He has irb abasia never b*used exempt "For two
t Gcdfny.YJeekimt.dn'i brewery Far that the number on Jaae9, 1852. bad i p i resident. aol> G. A. Limutrte-of, Wilmington Her noble motto, 'Wisdom j justice, mod- undertaken with ca tswrriptions from raotabto pbTsieJaas. yeas Isuferedvrith i'

.. t1- ibaolt,.Mion., was famed midnight. been redared to 4Z&, There were 4.253 i DeL, secretary and treasurer. eratioc:" nowhere grees tbe eye and to secure experiments the production importedseed of homegrown the K"JOi..*JVQ damage can ibJy they will derive do is from tea told tbem-tAt stomach trouble, and was fcr l latt

; y ;- Wednesday nijrhL The loaa is estimatedat I 4d39 appeals filed acted dunn? the year. Of the _,A Columbia S. C., special'tays: Mjor *- thrills the patriotic hearts of her reprerectttivea. cotton, which will meet all the requirements ,: Half's Qiarrfa*G> Totaix Core Oueo&taiaa nna sctared by fJCtoey that tioe under treataeatphysician.
the so
L, *: : $300.000. The erase of the fire is cot the decision cases of upon daring yet Eugene Rr Gary, of EdgtfieJd, was. They would have been deeply for which Egyptian and other ia tsfcsn w iat maiiy.and acts directly ncmry.and sjwa: He finally, after
commissioner
;( known, bat it it thought be of incen the was' on: SaturJsy. elected by the legiifitnreto mortified had it not been for the convic. cottons are now imported.He the 4and mu sorfaeesof the. cv-srything, said my stomcmouandthatIwo -'
*: trataiced in 3,655 action was teversellia la bcy&f HaIlCatarrh Care be sore
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diary origin. Instmsce small. Juige Joeepb &rshaw toa that the state will avail itself of the also the United w Bare
i 4C4 caaet and 201 were dumitsed. as wants States to the t& It is takes lattroalir,ad made !
e The Mutual Gas Company Detroit ,_ judge of the fifth circuit. lIe is ia hU rare opportunity raise its ova raw silk instead of sending ia ToMs aoIdbTBrazzigu.,Otto by F.J.Cheney Ox ce se eating solid food. Ontieret5fjr

; Mich., has been, aofd fa* United States BIG HONEY AT STAKE. thirty- xtb lesT sad with the exception During the drive around the grounds a I $25,000,000 year abroa. for mr material gf, price S5e.per. Tt\f iJ9 fm of 3. ftfeldl pwta

:: ... Senator McMillan d son,of that city of Justice UcGowan will be the 1oorgt't snow storm came in from the lake, but; and thinks we mizhteave$67,000,000 a ixttleofAugustFIower. Ited

.', tji The deal was cofialmmsted some time Litigation to Reeorerlhe Pirekase ef joJge the state ha* ever bid. the southerners muffled up well and took: a year on imported fibers. Our experts to do me good atones. Tstrength

1- :. ago, but has just beoa made public.: The Central ODe of the moat Jisastrooi fires that it"gcefnlly.! All were deeply impressed I for 1890, the only year in which they and &sh

price $1,500,000. Georgia Stock ever Visited Lynchburg, V*., aned i sly by what they saw, and every member of have equaled thoe of the present year, rft. rapidly. I

a'vp t .. A dispatch of Thursday from Salem At Baltimore Monday, United States Tbunday morning in Craigbiirs fertilizerestablishment. the party realize that Georgia will becukinz brought the price down a fraction under ,,. Oaly Oae Ever Pl .4. ntrw tike a new man, aadthat

gLrOuysTheseeretazyofatteia'nre loon Bond signed aa order aotboriziA Owing to a if rang north. a mistake if she does not send I 43 cents a bu hel at port shipment, CAN TOC TIST THK wean? August FIo'-er.has cured me."

.1 11( ceipt of complete election: returns from Walter G. Oakman, nearer of the Bleb- west witd the fire soon got beyond control an exhibit here. The only question is I against a fraction over 55 cents per buah-: ftft is s 2-iacb diaper sdrertiseiseat fs Jas. E. Dederick,SartgertiesNlYjHAT10HAL
mood and West Point Terminal the cethod of proceeding.Returning tht8 ,this week.wuleb hu B',two w.rdLUkS *
t company e of el this the difference
the firemen
all the acd in few mbut aggregatingin
i counties except fire. The retarns a s year : ahow that the electoral rote of Oregon to institute proceeding to seam A a number of large business hrrecs were from the grounds Governor exports in the past fiscal year not less I one appearfai e' cancellation of the contract by which the Noithen, Speiker Atkinson Colonel Bill L Dr.Bsrter Med-cin Co. This house pUees a '
in asber. The than million AtLA.NTa
.: will stand: Harrfabn' 3, Weaver 1. I loss is estimated at $lO00 ,- ten dollars. r G1:
Terminal Smith cf -CwKatw eTerjthhw: they mate *MMbath
.- ;p The ninth! abuttal convention of the company purchased $12,000,000 0 with $100.COO fIl1onc Gwinnetr, Camp of Docgla, The report is the first from the cabinetto Look for it. acM them the same H Chrtuna
of the capital stock and $3,553,000 of Colonel Wrenn Judge and
A SaD Frsnciico Bryan others find way to the president's desk. .the word sod tbey will 1'rtW'a YOU BOOK.UTZociupHS 1 _
: Southern Uomeopa.thic.odtio1i' began the collateral! trust bo&ds of the Georgia dispatch of Sturday' made brief perches in the special car Thick throws cold a.amTCL cr tAXrtxa ntx. I iiP aa
. wJ.. at Hot Springr, Ark., Wednesday morn Central company.3Ir. says: A cut .of oce-half the regular Governor NortLen strongly urged the Secretary maker water oa the ,
freight rates the Pac fic mail rain The experiments are being "Y. VTerLlm Li.,."
on mr
ing. Vice Preaidvet Eldrid e of Bslti- Oakman steamship
is !
also authorized to institute legislature to do all in .their
. '''presided. :President W. C. Dike, line on freight to Champerico, Sin I power to loyally made as congress directs, but the ji cerirs of D article by socceaifol men in as
suit to cover the money the get aa for stat exhibit., : t&s
appropriation a fa of
i facts in his do oaarpnrratt one maayatrooze'articles
Jose possession not justify .the
; of Ka bvill<, Tean., was detained at Terminal company ij alleged to hare lost de Guatamala and LaLiberted i* Colonel! Atkicson siid that Georgia .. wnic i are amjoanc.-rt ia Tk F'jjmw" -Nl.fer '. -aia. .thp..in .-

: ..: rA%: fKir 1 home by illness in his family. ia the transaction. The order ia similar announce to commence December otb. ccgLt to have a fitting dispUy of her anticipations formed by believers ia this o.f.1_ J.9L The IkaTe"C i'.ea f nr ,
i"the
method of aerie % UiutedStales
of artificial topic another
: .. The cut is occasioned by the competition : rainmaking.THE y
A special of WeScesdsy from Spring to one previously passed in New York. resources here. G nralf.The prospeetna for tiM twins :. ; ..
; I field. UL, says: The official vote of Illinois The stocks abd bonds in question hue of tbe Spanish-American Steamship Ccm- CENTRAL'S LOAN rear of De Onxp-nwo. is more rarv l acd yencroos '4'WVIGUUL: v V V VA .u.
'
} TREASURY than crc? Those who subscribe U
4 t4:. shows the following resolt: For been deposited with the Central Trust pu, FIGURES. will rereire the paor-free t3 i a.3.1G.and Grand Family Educator Vt

& 4. Clertlacd, (2&.:; ; Harrison, 397,401; companlof New York as part .security A dispatch of Wednesday frcm Acci- From the Mitaal life InsuranceCause CG.i for*full Tear from thai ra'i f:
Uncle Sara' Cowraiio1.Bai3.M&
. 4dslrensTazYot I
Expenditures and ,
; BidwelS,prohibitionist, 24,590; Wearer, for tae issue of"Sll,500,000 five perCCLbondJ ton Ala., says: Montgomery was selected Revenues Talk.

: i.; popolist 20C85J. For !01"mwrAItgeld -. by the Terminal company. as the location of the state rcit for the Fiscal Tear. Oar old reliable eyewater cores weak or fo-- : The Standard Authority .

democnt,' 425,238; Fifer, repoblican sun board and Bt4e and colpcrtagebosrd. United States Treasurer Nebeker has A Xew Y rk special of Friday ssys: A lamed eyes or granulated lids wfthoot psia.: .

I : 403,853, -' THE TBAXSiCTXOXTbe Dr. J. A. Broadus addressed the submitted hb anneal report for the rumor to the effect that the loan"mide bJ'the r Prie25c.John Dickey: Dins Co.,Bristol.Va. -

: petition alleged that the Terminal contention in the interest of the Southern ended June 30th year Mutual Life Icsuraace Company fa'the 'BrtCH '. 4at-
- : i:, T A special of Sitorday from Tacoma last: Net ordinary rev ( PILLS Are bOkms and nerroas
company paid over $7,000,000 for the securities Georgia Central RailroiS and Banking ,Caeca. Bercham MLs sell :
well
7: :s1 Baptist Theo'ojicl seminary, and L enuei of the govrrnment for the feet] beeaaae
Wb.UyIThOftbCflVCTObbT I of the theycirre.. .
-. .. ;e .who robbed Rosyb'n'a bank of Georgia company, but that was followed by Dr. J. B. Gimbri'.I in I jw, |a t.931,7M. a decrease of $37- Company had bees recalled excited I Scectsabax.Jfrs. _
910,000
the time of the
at interest
in
purchase they were behalf of the rome financial circles. A reporter
; p Southern Baptist Training 674,033, as compared with the before .
last bare been r rastitution. year
September captured.
worth only half that sum. It is also atleged j of the United Press saw Treasurer .
; .t c. : Tbe frisoners gave their'names as Peter that the purchase was made from : net ordinary expenditure, 1345- Cromwell, of the Mutual Life Insurance

- Macolbf, Mason Hnnticgton and Bali ]- "a syndicate composed in large of A KnoxvilJe, Tenn.,-dispatch fays: A ( ,23Q, a decrease of $10,349,354; in- Company and of
.. part speaking the matter
stead fmitb. A posse is now In pursuit t the directors and officers of tbe Terminal store in the pay car on the Knciville, eluding: public debt, total receipts for that official said: &
: of the balance! d the Cumberland Gap and Louisville railroad the year were r36o1,296. and the expenditures
. gang. company, at least three of its directors "The Mutual Life Las nude all arrangements t y yf
,
.. Officials of interested exploded Friday at Luttrell, severely, if t $54,019,239.According .
tbe MUsonri Kansss and being in the syndicate. This to mae a loan of t100,000
: 1 -: Texas railroad! have received ,hat they syndicate, it is further alleged, bad bat A not fatally injuring Paymaster Chytcn. to the revised estimate the to the Georgia Br.king and Railway 4

4-: Lt. : cocsider relitble,intelligence that an attempt abort time previously purchased the securities .The. -day. .was.. very cold -and- the- poitcrpaa total stock of money of all kinds in the ,Company. They have collateral in the:

. -, .. win be made to bold np passenger at abut half the price received I nuea ine stove too in L. uaes being country, June 30th was$2,374.334.049. shape of first mcrt raes' amounting? to:. :

: :; trains in the Indian Territory. A guard from the Terminal, and in the transaction unable to escape, one end of the car an increase of $150,000,000 in a year. Ofthe $1,500,000. Our company insisted oncertain : -.
-I stock of SEW FE03C COTER.TOraor
was totaly wrecked. Another aggregate money at the end
of ten armed have been the Terminal man was
men placed on conditions -
company was represented being arranged before .
of the fiscal ASwast *1 t
:: each pMsecger tria in the territory between by directors and officers who were .: injured but not seriously year $771,252,313 wasfn the i it wou'd turn over the"money. If those : .
: Demson and Parsons Fans. themselves selling to the A Raleigh% dispatch of Sitnrday treasury and mints, leaving $1,603.081- conditions .. Suttfasor cf tim aiHVuU :
; company as says: 736 ia tbe hands of the The are not complitd with we will' bridged.lenyiara sp t
; A dirpstch from Silver City, N. 31, members of tbe syndicate. So, the petition A schooner cipstzed at. B landing of the people. recall the loan." 100 .dts employed, ovr.1ed. ,
holdings increased ,
5. 1 i! says! At Lone Mountain tbe largest; declared! the sale is voidable at the on Thursday night. Of six men who treasury $.50-, _ -' -
and the
000,000 amount in .
c body of silver ore ever struck in New opuon of the Terminal company and that were on board four perished, while the $ circulationtlo0,000.000 THE WHEAT CROP : SOLO IT iLL
the
- .* exic-i is bein? opened. It is belieTedthat the directors in question: may be called other two, Hayward Dove acd Erwin of United, Sute during year. The issue : 'i: : GET"Svodfarl :

\ f, f 20 ton will be the average of upon account for heir profits and make, Green, were rescued Friday in a terrible paper currency amounted Is Many Million Basnets Abate ..tkeEstimate. i m ay IrVm'
per to $ 6 726,383 ucecding that of .. ? e iWa5Mi
.; .L 500,000 tons of ore, which have been're good the loss raftered by the company. condition. The four victims were any .pMMnid IVLL r.snsicrz-sia- '
previous year. e. C. irnmtT 1f coi'a
:_ .: : cently taken out John Brockman of G E. Richard, William Willoughby! A WedGes frm St.Pan1
Tbe funds of the treasury show there special lay TI .4 8 .4Ug1d. 7 .A.L !'
: k: .. Silver City, is pwner of the property. GROWTH OF THE SOUTH. not Henry known.Gaylor and Their a b'y bodies whose name "- was a working balance of cash and deposits says: .The discovery has just bee&mzdCL

9: l. -: The joint committee on immigrationof r- were recov in the banks amounting to $207- that the wheat crop ot L .innie'IT. J.

tbe United States senate and house of; The. Industrial Derelopeneat fa the ered.The 110,452 at the beginning the year, and the Dakotas is many m-llioa-bushels Of ISi Tremont:St,Boston ws* in' poor A WOMAN.HAt :

',; representative bed! an executive session Put Week. town of Winston:' N. C., which $165,718.157 at the end. Of the former above.all the estimates. The greta men health,from bad emulation of the bl err od.tarug .

at !,ew York"'Saturdar. The questiondiscnsied Begirding the industrial situation in the last week suffered a los?, of $459,000 by amount $119,000,000, and of the latter, do not know whet to think of tbe situation. rtnh of the blood to the head.Bomb spelts andeidlXand *mjEiae&eslrr to *]nj Optimum*at t

.asa proposition to compel Booth tat the past week, a strong feeling of two tim, with $300,000 insurance, again II 14.500,000, was gold. The amount of They are all at sea regarding wLat bniMfn phreictaa all orer her said body.the rein.A"eoUJwon-were aJJDIJoIt BOrrfy oaltnnl for the cans Gl beS

.' stesnuhip tornpanxs carrying immigrants ., confidence is everywhere evident. Timlin lies- lost heavily l Thursday.. The hotel Zin- tbe public debt Is given $1.545.966.591 they are to expect. They have been estimating with a doable runner broazht on neuralgia ot J otOtaary dotle*.tt affiicsed wid -'.it)' .

.. .- to JI ka a manifest of all passen- big Banoe strength of advanced of the prices cotton will market hare and much mainte-inan- zendorf, which was,opened nine months on June 30. 1691 and $1,583.464,144 on the crop at from-eighty-five the Lot take iirer.the causing doctor's rat-suffering.w.sa took>he.coold SICK HEADAC'

. .. .; pew carried by them to the 'customs authorities eoce on the condition of LmcutiM; the iron ago, and which cost; complete over 112-5- June 30, 1692. Loans resting on tbe million to one hundred and fire million 'HOOD'S ATt ai APTT.T.s. -

.o : in.tbfs country. market is steady, aa uie.e sai demand to reported 000, was entirely burned. It was'wooden a credit of the United fr'tates we re cut down bushels for the three big wheat states, and eoon fully recorered,and now enjors perfect -
( AdispatchIWednnday from for lumber, and the advance in the building of great size and elaborate from $1,005.806.560. to $968,218,310 but tbey are all beginLing to hedge now health. She says she eaold praise HoodV DAYAFTERDA.
Ottaws
price of coal will be mt&. desi n. It was owned by a stock Those who have their Saraaparilht! all day aid than DOlT .aghU
'k': Pjt..eave;..iybermen KPsrLbUck Thirty-six new industries were established or and while those secured by full deposits the pat figures at one ". PIlT.are hand-made and perfect I talomytniOon and yea tiwrw ara few &
: company was one of the handsomest. increased from hundred million have added from ten are promptly to proper -ua.l1I'NIIBnL_K
rr: diptberia making serious havoc among incorporated during the week, together with 0 treasury $540,190,031 to ,proportioa and appearane ten .
& : the men etaploynl in cutting timber inMadawaaks enlargements of manufactories and 8 important southern hotels. There is some $G0,000 1520,245,304. million to twenty million more, and t. SSsSSSSSRUPSISS PISSSPSISCSISI- boold of always the KtBKwttaa te at aaariLSIXTY portal Da ibaS&JI
: : new buildings. insurance those who figured higher than that orig : IUD .,{
: deaths
:: nuny baring alreidy
,t.,.. ? taken .place. The people are withoutr&ediciJAiJ. ning Among factory the at new Cains industries Hiil. Oa reported. a coal are,nmxmg a can In the United State circuit court at A SLICK RASCAL. inally-h 1"8 gone up as_high as 'one hundred --'MOTuERS1 YEARS

; 1 ; r Tbe Ontario government company at Fort Worth. ., flour andgriitmLU Charleston, Wednesday, Judge Simon- and thirty million! or more,BOW. % ..".

.. has sect ep a number doctors in the at Corning Ark, CatfetUborg Ky., MOM ton filed his decree ordering the Sooth .A Clerk In the Sob-Treasary at New ttMr baa been ao testate reyettetj ,
Point Hi and KcSuoa EXPENSES OF OUR NAVY. i FRIEND" I!: CMM hare-been peraaaestiy aad "*,* -
boJeof decking the diseaie. Iran., A rolling**, mill is reported and at MinrtrfHtsr Amnston; Carolina Railway to be sold for the benefit Orleans Censes to Grief. j ,

.. : A New York rpecial of,S.durd.IUY': All. marble works at Dotfaan. Ov, a$200,000 of its creditors at the suit. of Fred- A Washington special of Friday says: Commodore Folger says He'win Nttel .. I PROMPTLY Cil

. 'Henry CteiL( who represents the mij r. lubricator manofactunng company at Jjoaisvdle crick W. Bound Henry Thomas Co' lan United States Treasurer Ntbeker is .
; 4-: itv stockho!
.. has w;It tea a letter to President Corington Tenn., Ky.A, and a paoiin boose at Chstts- the road cannot he sod! in parcel?, but J. L. Montien, ca-h clerk ia the enbtreojniT Commodore Folger, chief of the bu I Mothers

.- pi. : .* Oskmsn jj jndinjj immediate_and 'aalvettcn.r.ooga TtiL. s-ap tanneries factory at will Amnstoa tw built, Ala.at, must be sold as an entirety and that under -' at New Orleans for pilfering in reau his of ordnance of the nary department I ) : .'S% j.I BMBW f>T-a itnjV, box of tte i

. L.- .. thorough JDY'ti,stion of what he terms cotton mills at Dothin, ..,Joneaboro N. C., the circumstances surrounding the money.bag'-4 containing silver. J ach big annual report, siys an'appropria I '

: a "oiODStrju'J tteaP.that made Richmond Eazibethtoo. Tenn., and Boanoke Vs.. and a roaQ an early sale fir the roaJ as an entirety contain 1,000 silver dollar, and it was tion of $3,459,324, will .be' required by i I DR C. McLAj
woolen m H at Fairmont. W. Ta., a lumber is not advisabe! but his bureau for the ,
only the of Mtmtien fitIaI.ear J
jq Termi&al tto k sink in value $40 000,000.He I.company at BardwelL KT-, SAW and plan- necessary duty to cjnnt the money, ending :
June '
: r urged tb.it the Georgia Central deal lug mills ae Mobile, Ala.. Tiinjnlle, Fla, Ce- and proper. put it into a bag and sign the tag. He 30. 1894. Two milBoa dollars of this :.e O.. -s.II # : LIVER PJUS

z: : be made a,test case. dirtown,Cordcl and Care Springs,Qa., BQoxi There was a conference Siturday between wa detected by tbe assistant treasurer amount will go towards the armament ol .' .

;II A special cf from Little Hi.L Camlen. 8. C.., Lon, Fail Hirer and Governor Holt, of North Carolina, taking! one silver dollar from each Teasels authorized $239,000, for fuel, wklch may be procured af any Drug'SMML
Sitniday Rock S..hrilIe" Tt11D. a store factory at Bowling tools, nat rial and Iab r akis GUI lirHi Easy. mated to any aitdzem oa tba re&Pxiagesampa **
of State and the state toad of the world's fair bag he put up. He made a confession, expenses of target II i .' -
Green
: Chum has -
r sis Sermary received s Ky., veneer works'at Wiliwood, .F1a. the 5 s- '
practice .
, at Raleigh st which it decided vyi however that the total maintenance of Shortens FuvetaMn Ottff sbcmld be
: the ol'IiC1&I1"ote of a.1 wag factories at Dniorest ,and Chin managers was p. amount new Labor, J PBU Itetti
erery county IILU, b. Water worla will that the $25,000 which th last '>l bis pilfering would not reach proving ground, and 0 the gaIae artici& beteMe
W In tbe state except Mls issippi. The t,- be boflt at DeLand, ? $100. : Lessens-Pain, oa ttw market.weSt cateatotfd I*<
; tu vote for Fla, Tnscasibii, Ala., LaGrange and West legislature appropriated out of the direct The assistant treasurer has gone beforet ments, $50,000 for prooforlLualanna-1 : $eaviae i Dr.-C. JUlaM-S Cs.bWad fILEMEsw ,
% president was as follows i: Pint, Ga. The enlargements for the week in- the naval militia and : : Endorsed by the Leading Physicians.. J a&nafactureicaIybyZ2uTEU3
fund ,
: Cleveland. tax but which at one lime th: governor e graud jury and expects to secure sn ,,
i
57,057; Harrison, 46,359:; c'ode trickworka at Bichmood Va.,- an ice general expends of : .B<>fcfo"jr decided could not be ued ia i dcmeni:: : Moatien. He torpedo aLa t1on.ATRAINHELD'ijp
so : against has .
1 :. .: Vever,1i,3i; Bidwetl! ,3tO. CleveIicd's J ffJ factory st Saranasn. 0*.. woolen mills st or- ? BRADFIELD REGULATOR S -'
: ." majonty'over all,. 2,5$. MissIssippi \VheatUnd, W. Ta. aid woodworking psnts* at now found to be available.! This relieves U-red i recount of all the money in tbeX"sr" S: ,-

: ? l COU3t,'. vote will increase Cleve C.iaJen Ark., Dmorwt, Ga, and Kenton. all the trouble and a fine exhibit from Orleans "ub-treasury, about $10- : SOLD BY ATLANTA ALL ,DRUGGISTS.GA. S f

: : : ;land's majority 28,000., -. T fIID.-Tradfc-pteui. (Cb.tr&DM a. Tenn.) the state' is assured. Active work wilt 00,003 in all. It'will take a montb to By Three Masked X aM: .u..__us..........0...............

: A LocdOft.peclalun; : William O'Brien FLOODS IN SOUTH AMERICA. now go on, orders to that eJTect having c unt it and will be an expensive under Relieved of PasseBgcrs v THkT
tWrTaJajiWcs.
. been given. t.kiD .
It
is
:.'. Irish natio-nalitt; who represents Cork A special from better to take Scott'sEmulsion I
Seatt'v! j
.
r Terrible Destruction of the Hash.r ONLYL
City in the bouse of cucnmons has written Properly THE ELEVATORS STOPPED saysAnpverlsndtrainontbeVNortheni -
: of i ,
codliveroil
c- a letter hich was of Planters. THE Pa-
publubsd Sstur- TENNESSEE MINERS d cific Railway was held 4

2i dir ia h5ch' he -vebemenUy jirptestsgainst CAb! 'dispatches of Saturday state that -- Because All the Firemen Went Oat. en a. Ding near Hot Springs' by Thursday.three masked eve when that decline l in health !IRQ

: 1 ;; the Evictions of tenants that ale the republic of Costa Rica continues to Coning to the Front Again on the Con. Strike. me, who robbed he male ..

i :. impendic apou several estates ia toe be swept by destructive GQ. Tfot only Tict Question.A All the firemen in tbe New York Steam i the Pu'm ID aJeeper.! Th robber passengers in begins-the, decline which
;. In; :. counties of Sligo and Mayo. He makes hare m lives been lost and mucb the bell cord pulled
.. Dj Nashville Company's great plant stiuck Riving the'p 'precedes 'con'sunI
. .. i dispatch says: General, Friday 'Per 8iguala ption-
a 1 toJohn
strong spptal Morley to and
'- prevent property dcstrojed, Lth the face of the KelUr Anderson morning against reduction of wheAthe.car"pp
commandant
of wages. "fled
"" the
"sord-d Wicked baaiD- ." landscape is btin! changed in many The men left their the woods, finng they to rather than wait.for the -tnn
garrison of state troops at Goal Creek; posts one by 00', and avp.rti,, fujjiud as germto I .,
:- : By an crder: issued Wednesday the places by vast volumes of water precipitated after spending sevenl diys in Nahville, before doing so they opened the dampen, they disappeared.; .matotal. amount: dtsor'kr.IDET11'Si4r..5 IZV

:: postofficft 6 pirtment Washington expects upon the hill! valley and, plain. returned Friday night to his post. lie letting great volumes of cold air into the taken was 1,200.,beridei watches begin to'grov/in our lungs .--ap'ettte,mtor'

; to gain an entre day In the distribution The foundations or mountains have beee' was asked if be, anficipated any more furnaces and bringing the steam pressure and jewelry and therTaittfbies. "Prevention is better than ,' .uIgnroryoah.
*. .t of New York'and northern mailthrough sipped by the 1J.Jodl, and enormous down. The strikers luahonatd
tfIJub'e and replied: "I cannot tell Iget are jubilant at the Cow ; -
J tieim -
d
,, k: '. t the southern states along the landslides hive filled the ravines and it from what .emu to be reliable consternation caused. 'Before long .tbe The lIt1iC141 .: o Tote' cure; and surer.. The say po'erI*
Atlantic seaboard. The New York and c-vered fertile levels with rocks and s had fallen !tof.the vOte of'Connectcut. boB r.
sources that the miners are earn thirty pounds from the U ,
Atltott ,throogh registered pouch will graveL, Huodrtdsof natives ,have seen. and theyawear that the convicts organizing shall, regular 'essure. -The elevators in the' of "deteraUnedby the state board ing never was truer than U ADES'I.*fron TtC

berealter dispatched! from New York their homes wiped ant and their little not be sent back before Judge Tnrney Wes'ern Union telegraph building bad .how.canvasser that Wednesday afternoon, here. _L_ _I __ sate spee-Iy irM er<,*

. : :f- it 9 o'cloc.b p. m., instead of 4:30 o'clock p Itchcs' of_ cultivated land obliterated, becomes governor. They think, that if to stop running. In tbe. general post. Cleveland received the larges row tlooot: ceeks'ent11tcs

- ; r.m-.l.at. t joreseiit.ins _while, many '|;Intcis bare teen coffee the-convicts are not at t the mines when be ,< ffice' electric! : lights went out,'as there 1"ote in the ever state.cut.f r.&p i4ential candidate What is it.to..prevent consumption 'Creeanr.o4tt ererrwh".icn4 re. All 2 Cr25 iren stI* *j,,
DlantatTon which ok The '
: : u.. most dramatic sines 01 trlala'ner t. -rears of care .enters upon his official duties that be will' was o"prlure.roough to,run.'the dy for total rote of the state ? : phtet.DLHASTEH.- -

; LC known in, Toledo 0., came, to an' end ltd capital itar nterly destroyed. not send thera back. 'It is understood namo, The strikes' plscrs were final.y land's presldent1rai ,l",82.5 and CleTe- _HEMCINE_ CO.- ;.!

,l Friday eveaing :vrlra Cootcilman Geo. .A, soda ,Company.Ex also that a great many refuseto,, join, this i! filled, however and everything wa sOOn'. The to plurality., y0 M Harrison fa 370. Let us send you a book on '-
j "; in I'nt"r. MnOvernor is 5DOSES2Pf
1L runPii
Don'r found
as guilty of bribery. organization. 164,479.
' -Gor.ronr,C m.lar.fI i! >of Ohio Wil- Luzeen B. 'M '
: ? CAREFUL LiVING free. [
6REA1
: : The gran 1, ir dtc e I seven members rnsr dernocratic-candjdat ;
liam Allen, II. J. Dtno-, Arthur B. TbeCeatral'i Lana Called.A for govcrnorr'
. ,f council l (>s this charge. Six:of then lO joritf of:89-1 and .SH.
Town-er.d fl.tew "all Xew Xo JTore Politics- ) of a
George of ( special
; ; Saturday1mm New.York plurality 'G rnor Scot&CNKCheniUis,13iSccrh ATCOO '
J.It" Samuel *
M.
un-lcr Er-
iJ. are now coariction.: 'The seventh,' .York Ci John'Weir.of The :'iewiL -
y. Wyoming and .A: R'ile'ti.di1istei i The uy:: Mutual Life Insorance Cbm .WIO. puWic.'b '
e .i s '
exrculive 'J1didat
J :Riioseo'-PJ; Swaiov turned"stale's ei- harles or for governor _'Yoitr. yi.,I..rt"P'ot's, Fn.li.m uIli..er -.cU
w.; i J. Barsts t.f' ChLcig ; formed ccm.mtUee of'tie North Carali-ia L panyitas.called the :loan of $700,000 GO4., pr 'imotue oil-all Urii .' ccuc2IcL
t !
'
e : deace;anl state offi. Ut.erywhi.-rv SI. ,
',. 1suMimdaywsalarelyIn.M themselves .into '* .-c'mnany: Satard." ,'tafe alliance adjnKned made to.the Georgii Ceotrsl /Railroad ter hue iu 50''tCescoaojpt1iuca.
Wrll'1 .. i trumentsl io-e l'1cti.1'.the others. wirh. a capital of Fiilay'night Company. ,The :, ,. "Mi. 0 ,0' from', 8S-i to _. ., Jt -
the df- -
: 13.000,000 / fter n.. ree day. sc!ri i >n. Jc m.ldea'"e : ; loan was made at the vv' :' .4 -
., f{: 1iE j"A dbp\t:? ,b froninwnesead time that 1'L '-.Reic dy for OUariVtJ tli*. .
T4'
< Pa. ---p same
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( ,, saysTbefaHoftrfan : \"dopf1fot. qza.tn: pr p.j.'ilt 1 iesrchingVinviti: ; ati-n into' |be: bree-miinon-fite-hua-' Tri ; ''' ,- 't't. F.J1SW! to ijp. ,*4 Cbeapen.or That., 8odbyalI
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