Bradford County telegraph
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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 16, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:00319
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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; I OBBPBH I was an experienced nurse ia those Her marriage with Philip had !I if'r' '--- WINTRY' CH.. l eschew personal appearance with t hand an each shoulder, hotdiu
Baynor .
: KjucArMr nn" days, and something told me the re. Wait-wait"ahe! panted hoa.sely. < Im and him
f.:"' I told ber I loncl ber Hooked into her sweet minute move a dangerous rival from hi path; cannot speak now. Some other time." Three'hundred merit win the test. him at a' length looking t.

! PTsad ber eys an4'her nut.bwrf h&1r'f&l not long survive the fac she would I Tomette's beauty audacity He seemed impressed and vaguely troubled years a f so, The candidatewho played last w full ia the face. $r. I

.::! Ua heir to marl'J m.ths &WI tbeh-' ner.I that awaited had fired hs blood, and stirred the by her manner. Tkebwt that *b to& the one that best his of "I did not know-I did aot tbinbe !,--

I'..:,'. I' Gertudc.My |;Why didn't you tell me of your fearsBfcause ?" deeps of his as no passion save loveor "If it is anyg' that distresses you To set Wo t q. was BnUnng m ie organ wit ehoke. reaction letting in. "I never

: Tb.eNDlnc: ", .lovely tba aian abone it was a mere superstition avarice could have moved him. darling, try it for th present, L Might m. e by a ru he saw a rather fragile of this I'' I '
on What do oe dree
I remlllmber tnigi mattered it that Dulcie was rightfully he said, earnestly. "The this first roasted ade
;" my darling W&8 dreued 10 my ]tart, and I knew would peacock Than Ishe! Jleclared
Sbe t1.d White. you laugh co-heiress with Toinette the vast dp looking young woman upon di raptu-
I my soul with pure deilght- ZU6 a to day in our beautiful home should not be, Served skin and ph Jh
GertUde.uiiung "Well, property in, laud, houses, mines, bank marred by a single cloud." c bench. omljr. never fora momeut'uspectedthat

, The rpm el deeTened and crimsoned uT e wel. go see'med on stock, and railway shares from which he That was hours ago, and now, as the Acll the aJ "Pardon me," he began, wit a good it Could be brought' abut so en,.,

.,!&Deed&\me Ihyly-tlO rogutsbly her meek cheeb,,, .shei did nothing but sob ver unhappy ind Major Via derived the princely in- afternoon waned Dulcie found here I breast, deal of astonishment in h TOi admer. But I had faith ia mysel t v
....leqwll.U.tened for her to speakMy pitiful ,way that wen moan in a ome that them both, since she alone for the first time. She had time \o With carving throat of asure lights, '. the person'who has I could do it iu Geoffrey has losthisvagerr'
GtTtude. .. straight to my had no inkling of the fact. indulge in coherent thought. And gilded beak a 'A tme. -
i It
'hen she knew a the Bach
she had given "I will wed Toinette in dpite of her cold she sat motionless at the just been pl1 1 '
.' birth to Presently, as Held high by some .uge '
: to ma with a fond twins she ia the
She softly eareii became half mad with disdain," he said to and thus open window, her dazed eyes looking f bd well!" A sickening Hsjbt broke np:!
: biiperedC&fltyou himsel. On silver dish it
a great carne,
Ita T ry bapPJaulwered: -yea'S guess- excitement gain absolute control al vast fort straight out, the room door and She turned with startled look. "I Colonel's'racked comprehension; this.,

S X,Ge. uc1e. ,. door/'and/ she said, in a fait une." shut, a soft, gliding step opene foor.Absorbed And Cleopatra's purple sail was trying it," she admitted,'."but I a then, was the young woman, whom he

Th moonlight fell on as standing there'
And ijlteUd like aUror from I1U -broWD hair giv"I obeyed.permission.We alone resoled with extreme caution. and saw nothing, until a low, hoarse voice When that great gorgeous bi was fir, "By no menus/1 dissented the Colonel With the of his lifetime be held 'r
t woe-.twu a dr..m-oh t teU me whet.iOK She weie in the room. time Toinette met him after the sound of which struck an awful I wonder how one lifted,it 1 eton
I Gertrude'' beckoned me lo approach, and added bis Tr was well done-quite erect fnd in true military tins _
be & himl
air chill
IlLFfiulip in retun. wore a humble penitent terror .to her heart, uttered two glanty.hIt Wudame
cicAG? a scarcely audible tone, looking down and was looking very handsome and interesting words: Talk of the good old times! 3 a think hare done it myself. We sid '

tenderly' on her innocent babes: in the unaccustomed role of in- "At ls!" Of all the fete the fuss I- are very fortunate to have found IOu' permit me to escort you to I

.-"I..these am dear dyiug.I little want you to save one ,ald..Youl turned slowly. Was it a ghostshe The times we have sri a best of all-. Miss-what may I call you?" my house.O ,

ones from the clutches !" she cried her eyes blazing with saw advancing-that slender, girlish The best She and seemed to hesitate. '"But I must to him-
or a villa'n. I good enough for us!, -Geoffrey- go
Ryiior's 8 e cannot hope to save both, anger and scor. "How dare you darken all in white, with the pale rigid I color .
; but you can hide one of them, take her these doors after all that has passed? fRe, passion-set teeth, and burningeyes Look at th pheni crackling ho$ "Ga Gamba, she replied at at the Yietu. .h!said" "
away and 'he" will never know. Oh, my guardian did his duty, he would ? Done t a tu its br'w bret last. uNev Oel he replie-1..
promise me! out like !" From last year's ashes here again loftily "I carriago for
f you a dog "Toinette! Then she turned away and began to ; wl' lad

Mrs. Griffin pause in embarrassment, Guy heaved a sigh, and gazed at hex Then the power of speech failed her And never mind the crest 1 finger the stops nervously. him."-: Topics. .

and" Major Vils demanded: with a soft entreaty that was well calculated for a moment. She sat staring at the in. What will I have? p otde After that they talked n' little about .
MAJOR YttLABS' FATAL MISTAKE "el else did the demented to disarm resentment. trader, paralyzed with horror a cold '
say? About me, I mean.". .1 am truly' sorry for the rude, ungentle sweat breaking all over her. Not until Whose praises epicures'might sing- her engagement, and then the Colonel Uses of a Monster Search Lg! !: ,

She told me that her husband had died manly conduct to which my love for you the supposed vision came nearer and The wish-bone, thank you, or perhaps took his leave.
.. I BY suddenly two months before, after making led me, Toinette; there is not the slightest caught her wrist in a clap of iron did The luscious picking of a wing! Miss Gamba from the first was a great A. C. Shaw gives some interesting'

: RETT WINWOOD.CHAPTEB a wi that gave you almost absolute con- excuse for it. But the thought of she rally from that terrible spell. Come let a royal feast begin success. She managed the great instrument : concerning the operation: of the

-- over her large fortune; that she was losing you dune me beside myself. I "Viper! Ive run you to eahcae! When Mary brings the turkey in! in a manner that little Mount Washington search HgJC. Thou
satisfied you were was hardly accountable for acts. the hissing close & I lands of : of the code by which th-j
XIV. a hypocrite .and a my own For all their crests, and too, short of She! aba made a de cope
THE 8KCKET TOLD. vlilaU; that you were scheming to make When you see how sincere is my repentance Then she knew this was ,no spirit I wouldn't change pcks would i masterly. transmission of signals to different
It 'was little enongh. Toinette immense wealth Bertrand Lynton had will you not try to forgive me, and evoked by a guilty conscience. The walls cde impression upon the members of is effected, bave beea distributed .
merely left entirely and be friends again?" her heart you quartette. The Colonel, who was
knew that Dulcie your own, no life was swam round beat heavy and and
who bad been was a friendless waif, safe that sto btween.you and the ful He looked so remorseful and spoke in thick with fea."Toiette -Harriet P. SpofforJ, in St. N'cholas. early on the ground, was not discovering country around Mount Washington.
brought in New long affords
up York by fillment fishing of the light at night
eld purpose. such sweet, persuasive tones, that for a is Toinette!" she cried. that his new the
-, 'Whose an woman she had named Hannah Dane, to "A pretty character, upon my word, to moment Toinette, in her woman's heart, from th dead! The riTe as she was The tenor wa was so a entertainment to the whole country,side
little care been intrusted'when avery give a man," sneered the Major. "But almost pitied him. has given up its prey. VIOLA GAM BA. pretty cever. especially to visitors at the hotels, who

-- HVunah child.had been kind to please bar in mind that my accuser was "I will make no attempt to prejudice myguardian The intruder stood over her-a strange, distracted by her charming individualitythat gather in knots in the piazzas and discuss .
the girl, he took a note in the mid
clothed fed and an against you, she said, after a fearful look on her beautiful face."Don't HAVE fought the throaty the all-absorbing topt of "searclight" )
tent her to school as long She begged to take "But the less I of the bet. be fool!" I dle of his solo. The cDaflded .
M she had me one of the infants I pause. see you a she breathed. "It battles of lite .for- soprano and endeavor to rea'J the
claimed' any money. She always away with me secretly when I left I ter I will be pleased. was with no thought of suicide that Ileaped to the alto her intention of going meige
and that Dulcie was a great heiress, the house" Mrs. Griffin went on, "and let "You are an angel of goodness!" Guy into the water; but I was carelessfor p ahem let me see- straight home after service and reproducing signae from the mountain. Mr. Shaw.
when some she day into would richly repay her her grow up in obscuritjvJgnorant of hex gratefully exclaimed.He once. That reckless ,plunge nearly fifty years and up- the newcomer's bonnet ;while was 1Iplewoo twenty miles item .
came the fortune of'which until wisely refrained from the cost life. ward, and I have the mountain air
she had been defrauded. veryname she should arrive at pressing me my But why tel you thist the The alto in top by lne.
But the years of maturity, when she would be advantage further; indeed, for a time he The reckoning day has I'm hereto never yet. been impression was fresh. when-the projector was turned ou
in poor old oman died suddenly better fitted to cope with the villainy of a seemed rather to avoid Toinette. If the unmask, expose you!" worsted in fair return called attention to the hearealy hotel -for about twenty minutes one clear -

Dulcie's abject poverty,jmd that was the last of cunning, unscrupulous wretch. capricious girl were won at all, it would be The repressed vehemence of her tone struggle. I do: not fit of Miss GamO .s gown. distance
The that
grand dreams. 'The other poor darling must be aban- by cunning and artifice. was more expressive than the words them- Now that he mi.<;httbe Colonel diJ not night. light, even at ,
No one came to claim, her, or to take doned to the mercy of my dead husband's "I will make haste slowlyhe, said to sehes. 'see why I should per- at once leave the city. The weather be- was too bright to be looked upon comfortably .

any interest in her fate, and she was soon false "said the dying mother. himself.Toinette. W "You've wronged me cruelly, Dulcie mit mysel.to be at- and by it the time on watch
frend' indeed but he lingered. I
forced came ,
to telieve very
the fortune had only ex. 'God guard her. It is better to on her part, was il'atienty Dane; stolen promised husband way," 1outeel and war. could b distinctly told and the type of
ilteq in He all the rehesrsais!
Hannah's vivid I to
- imagination. sacrifice than leave biding the time when word she went ". I in cams regularly '
one both to perish on. ow mean to get even pursued : mater an ordinary headline could be
- Major Villars may have thought differently "I would sunder Dulcie and services, bat never once showed any rea wit
could not refuse the suffering moth. Philip and forever. with you for the shabby trick you playedon ike this. No, cle- : surface
brow, for an ugly scowl darkened his er's prayer. I drugged one of the pool She thought of little else. me. You stung my fondling hand, ,. ..o7jlcidedly I l no I thinkI disposition to resume his place at the ease. On whit a
; curious siimoaerlnsf
he listened front hotel
as and when Tolnette little babes to She was still in the mood when, like the Was it for a
sti its cries, hid it in the on viper you are this I ** organ. He sceaied content to sit quietly
- ceased: speaking, he said: fold my and took it with me on going to the city one day to do some shop dragged you out of the slums-opened to bave the key to the situation! in the organ loft. effect was prouc. Small, ,dark
"That girl is your natural: enemy. I am the she beheld the bride and Although the Cjlonel's words and
house. Mrs. Lynton, you ping fugitive you the doors of a luxurious home? Imtempted .A'Jot mithummer the patches see fo constantly ov
glad>you are learning to hate her. You know Ter well, 'sir, died before the 8 dawn groom just embarking on one of the nu. to kill you. I'd do it in a miute, manner were indeed bellicose when he services were the surface, caused possibly by the magnifying .

: shall have your revenge on her for steal. of da merous ferry boats. but a fate bitterer than death you." delivered this ,ultimatum, the occasion :. discontinued and the great oaken doors of minute particles of itt

; ing jour lover away; I will look to that Major Villars turned abruptly, and She darted forward, but the crowd impeded Dulcid started up quickly as that cruel which the outburst, like thegentleman's of St. Nero's were to be closed. Beor the other vapor .K
prompted or by some phenomena
But Toinette only buried her face in the walked up and dow the room in stern her way. and she reached the docka hold upon her wrist that time the Colonel had atmosphere,
: pillows; with another burst of b.tter sobs. sienc for minutes. At length he moment too late. But what did it mat "Forgive me!" relaxd panted. "Forgive title, had no actual mitaryfoundation. himself that Miss Gainba was the most I not yet explained. The signaling

z. There was no news of Philip. She mentally ter. The hour of retribution was coming me, Toinette. I-I-thought you were The affair was purely of He than [' is accomplished by a metal damper
interesting women. more
. : pictured him as foolih1y'bappy dead." civil! iu its nature, and the Colonel had in the projector, which can
"Mrs. Lyntbn's lon. !
withDulcie: his newly made bride. Whet unjusttome. Toinette suspicions has been were carefully cruelly "You did? I intended you should. Evenif only us much license to speaK after the I once found himself regretting tht he lowered between the and the lens.
Juct himself toward the b a
: was revenge to.her now? It could not CHAPTER XV. must con'
: him watched and guarded, woman I had perished when I threw myself fashion of u field officer as belong to by a lever extending to the outside and
back. fashion his and
THE STORM paternal ,
gw BOE6T3 befitting years
hood under the same she was into the river that did not leave you a m'in who has once been a loyal and by means of which flashes of short or
For several days Major Villars continued fee .
' was beautifully situated on be often sighed deeply. He realized all
born She has been Highland to wed lover.
pampered and my enthusiastic member of the It While
1; to come and go between Bonnyview Hall gentle mile and a half mitia. tb.it his interest long can b
petted the favored child of hi "Forgive the at once was me.
: and the lodging-house in the village, lk fortue. fromBonnyview The charminggrounds me poor girl pleaded was quite true, however, !!! had nekwe' possessing the great advantage afford
Now I you what has been the fate of again. "You don't know how sorely I was reviving, bui the climax of his new condition -
where his ward was slowly recovering her full of and bloom suffered less, than most men from the : of intelligenceover
were fragrance a means transmitting
the little I love too. I loved him ing
I one cat>t so ruthlessly upon the tempted. Philip i was reached on the eve of the
health and strength. world?" but the stately, old-fashioned] mansion, in long before you and I ever met." cruel perverseness of things,whicl confront a wide,tract of country this searchlight
last before the close of the
The; same slatternly girl always let him Mrs. Lynton's instructions were which many generations of Eayneis had Toinette started. in in this life. Bora healthy t Sunday season will be deprived of .much of its

; In. Even Toinette noticed how persist out to the letter. I took the cad lived and died, possessed a quaint beauty "You loved him! How is that possible? and virtu'm9, an l endowed with a I at St. Nero's. (It hppnC a he was under special conditions un
entlJMrs.. Griffin kept out of the way. peculiarly its about to put on his leaving his useulnC
poor cousin of mine living in another o\n Had you before? for dis-
know charming capacity shunning upn be utilized in connection with
"Why, have never even seen thewoman At the window of le can
you the
- open "I him in the club that his glimpse of .
town, and confided her to her care. saw once city streets long eye
: things he bad Hired his life '
she eicja mod and she has been ag-.eeftble ; code and such method ofcommunication
sat the fair secret
; room ) bride. Her beautifully a .
,- "Whatwas your cousin's name? young ago Dulcie answered in a low .tone, the band of which he had worn
;kind to :: rounded thus fur in the mst optimistic manner crape made
very me. "Hannah arms, banded with seed dropping "He the doubtless be
Dane. eyes. passed by on
for in and wl
.Bttt the Major's curiosity was first were flung carelessly across the possible.Jut so many years unsuspecting in rwoo.
the Other side without at supplement already op ;_
Though Major was fox pears once glancing me.
He held the t tt
jr u ed by'some words Dr. Dodge care* prepared She was gazing out at the lovely however his unvarying.repetition. hate .
But now, of
.. this, he could not repress a start. since then he ha been the hero of stronghold Chicago ,
landscape her full ful thing at arm's length and gazed at it I Ne..Rr.
ssydroppedone4y. great, velvety eyes of '
1 : "How much of this silly story did my girlish dreams. scren.ty; was threatened with vigorous '
;1t: ia strangethat Mrs. Griffin should you sickening dread Bnd'terror. with horror. Then he' waiter -
tel her? I "And I sent you straight to his arms! assault. His only son had Rent word cUe'
.t, and fear you so.' She knew Toinette.smotlier. Dulcie had been twenty-four hours at and him take the The California Builder.
said -
Toinette world of bitter
A word. I simply charged her tc a feelingsrising from remote Yorkshire: parish that hewas b.de away. Tarr& '
.' rear the child carefully, for she was well Highlands, and the blow she expected had in her heart. "I could cursemy.. I "Where shall take it, sir?" the astonished -
; MajorJtffes turned'vory pale.and said not yet But it might descend at self o n the point of marrying the' eldestof 02 t1leCi0COUt' la's '
born, and would one day be a great heir falen. for snch folly! man asked. ter'
saW, .rlfcL ess." any She started and shuddered "It was fate! Ah, yon don't know howI a emily of seven daughters, the it spider wh builds its hon '1 to

\ snre.e4he' woman? Major Villars frowned, and began violently a her wandering glance restedat felt when I looked into his face again property of the vicar, clergyman "Anywhere-take anywhere-to a speak, il very peculiar manner, and,is, i
of the band
removed and have him that
ve 'illagewho viciously gnawing his under lip again. length upon the dark walls of Bonny the face I had never forgotten and could whose peculiar theological preference hater, remove therefore, styled .the California turret !
to nother place years ago and married has become of'this ?" view Hall, dimly seen through t trees. I not, forget-and realized that it rested bad him instantly. Do you think I can go about -
.Wha woman leiegated to obscurity and a builderr It mines into the ground mar.
thete. I have forcptten her maiden "I shall be driven I ,
name, exposed--disgraced- whether like hatchment?" demandedthe
with became ,
he after thonchtfnl silence. me dreams ever looking a '
ever inquir a my stipend of 1UO annum. "She's less to the depth of
if heard it. forth into the world, she said tolierself. per or perpendicularly \
to New York I a or not. Never was a weak 1 Colonel .
That was enough. The instant Dr. rmoved City, "A little while, and only the memory of realty poor the sweetest thing imaginable" Geoffrey icdi.nanty. eight or ten inches, and from ..quaer'j
lost trace of'her. I cannot whethershe
Dodge left the housa Major Villars made living dead." say the happy days. spent witE' Philip will be grl tempt ," said Toinette. hud written', with. the tine discrimination In due mn appeared with to a half inch in diameter. T8 j
his way to the parlor down stairs and sum. "And the child?" left to me.. I fiercely yeldd. kept your secret, as of lover., "Just wait until we the offending, tie. now shorn of its the house varies, according the sex'

. xnoned the sjlip-shod servant." "I am utterly ignorant of the little one's She no longer fel to be struggling though you had not usurped and rght reach New York aad she shows on the gbastliness. ,Colonel, properly rehabilitated and This burrow ,is .:.
, "I must see your mistress, he said, per fate. against fate. the use? The sufficiently already, 'palmed avenue." and rejuvenated, went to a mtt. and the JIDe .
emptorily. sight of Toiete's deai face-for such for and into florist's and secured the most wt li&lho net.
me, entrapped Philip a wicked satisfactory .
lease, sir,'she's busy,and can't come,' "She would bo a young lady now if she 'she be-had taken away all !" Toe Colonel lost no time in cabling his hare turret three .
could demand.
marriage boutonniere that
stammered the girl. lived to grow up. Strange," sneer her strength and courage. She was "Don't think I in without most emphatic paternal dissent. 'He received money Inches in height shore the surface of the.
"No matter. Go to her and say I shall Major Vian, "that you should sufer haunted. She might evade the living,but I gle. gave a Itrg- an almost immediate reply to place; Then he hurried away to the organ loft The of the turret ia :

cot'leare the house until she.hal granted yourself sight of one who, if you who can run away from the dead? I A fierce, laugh the effect that the marriage had taken of St. Nero's where the last rehearsal of' g. mtr. may in'
me an interview. impiobable tale be true, can claim a "Wherever I go, I shall see that pale, the mocking ended in rang though. the season had just been concluded. wht Tgto" b
room, a This him into state the with -
Mrs. Griffin! came-there was no'help equal share :wit Toinette in the large reproachful face until goaded to confession intelligence put a The had and Miss Ik.
"Don't tell raeI! hate You have quartet departed '
fortune their dead. father and I you that was exceedingly uncomfortable It ho a wide range'over California,
for She and
it. was pale trembling. The lef.by she t
sobbed ruined life, and have Gamba alone with the '
mother." my Il revenge. while it lasted but it dii not endure. wa Rat organ.As turrets a'pleasing'variatioa on
instant their eyes met Major Villais start. So she mekly yielded to her hus I What will Philip he knows 1 the Colonel entered she presenting
ed 'back with a faint, halfincredulouscry. "As time went on I lost my interest in band's wish that they proceed at once to that the wife his say bosom is an adven. Perhaps the tim -worn expedient of disinheriting wa.ti playing account of the different mt"wt

I the matter. Indeed, I had half forgottenit Highland and spend the.rest of the a his refactory heir did not some softly-reminiscent ting. Th which they
ward to tures, an Impostor,. a vile creature from loft a a&e IJ te'r1 i. -
"Nurse Drayton! your was brought my in the halls of his ancestors. was brilliantly lighted.
'occur him for his .
. .Tes; that is the name by which I'was few nights since,and her likeness ,It was like bearJ the lion in his den; the city slums? Ad he will know it before to indignation' expended at that moment made up his mind that soot they dig ad te"tnb
itself in devoid but do not then
another of
. known previous to my marriage said the to poor Mrs.Lynton brought it all vividly -but whv evil hour? a message St. Cecilia was an overrated creature, .tey. carry
back to And-and-there Dnlcie was leaning weakly against the .congratulation, in which he requestedhis the but utilize ,by buHding an
Woman,,shaking more than ever. my mid. wasanother "I have been a wanderer nearly all my and that she suffered a '
Idajor Yillars' piercing gaze rested upon ,'why I felt little inclination life," Philip had said "I would be a wall, but at these .words she started for- son and Mrs. Geoffrey to linger in. greatly by comparison turret, reminding one,

- her'agitated; face for some seconds, then to bestir myself," added- the trembling delightful down at my ward."Don't. definitely at the vicarage. He with the glowing picture before his when blu of ..'miniature vase ,I I

,- he led her to a chair and said, with forced woman. own fireside and feel that I need roam no tell him, she for hoarsely plened intimated that an early application eyes.She terra cotta, without a lid or,covering
: "What?" more. After all, there is no place like "Spa me, Toinette pity's him in the and at -
composure for his would saw glasi once The different
"This meeting is most opportune. You "I-I had deep dread and fear of your- home. I have been secretly longing for merciful! take evrthig else, but parential blessing I turned to greet him. any kd. e

. are She; midwife who was with Mrs.Lynton sel sir; That is why tried to keep out Highlands ever *nce we went away." leave me my prove to be for them real ignis fatuu stopped Jing'and le U newly-hatched young a
when Toinette was born., I have wished your sight.. So she yielded, without a demurringword. Even as she utt'red this frenzied prayer, but he tempered the severity of the state He came up and stood beside her.. always with the' mote at the (

*: for days that :I might find some trace of She was pale 8 death, and shaking ai But Philip wondered at her pallor Dulcie realized how impossible i was thatit ment by sending a check for a sum which ,- "Shall you remain in town during the. bottom'of her barrow, ::more

?' i in a ague fit. Major Villars at once and strange stillness. could be ganted The .person she personated should have done wonders in summer?" he asked, rather abruptly."ReallyI at the base ,th at 't opening.'
allying roomy
thL Griffin shrank from him, white resoled to play upon her terrors. _Ad They were warmly welcomed by Mrs. could not be back alive, and hex the sting of paternal displeasure.It hardly know-I have no It is closely! .t

,4- with.terror- clasping her hands convulsively vancing between threateningly his teeth: toward her he hissed Bush, the had housekeeper been taken, though that good secret She saw Toinette kept.clench her hands, a' was a real grief for the Colonel plans at present," see Itammere. spider of other regions, but tpi
together. woman by
.What do you want?" she panted. ."You do well to 'stand in 'awe of me. fiercer light glancing in her great burningeyes. the most poignant he had known since "Pardon mehe aad. and differs i ote rpt I I some, (
Then all at once, a man's ringing the death of his estimable wife perhaps you might going to jour, times
) ""All the facts connected with, that Ever lisp one word of this ridiculous story The prettiest suite of rooms in the large, b Cao '

4j., eventful night he coolly answered. "It to a living soul, and I swear Il murdei elegantly furnished mansion was placed tad approached the door. which had happened long before Geoffrey friends. ttu but Professor le fa .
is my conviction some of them were kept you! Dulcie's dispo8a. She would have was capable of inflicting any serous "No," she replied, with a slight choke who paper the above at. a :

; back at the time." The woma again flung herself before been happy Phip's unfeigned delightover [TO feB CONTINUED.! domestic wound; but he had ''to in her voice., "My friends are very far ered, states that'all the larger.pini

;l .", "I: have nothing to tell-nothing. Let him abjectly uplifted hand. this home-coming had she console him, and, most fortunate of all, away. I am practicilly fteudle" Tariu parts of the Una. go .
ft{ me co.8oe. "Spare me, for The been able to forget a moment the sword Animals with Peculiar "Oh, must not dear .
; attempted to rise from her chair, torture of the rack could not wring a syllable over her devoted head. EIes he had a hobby; it was the most delightfully you say my n ttQI tu'
if "-, suspended Nature has enabled animals Miss Gamba- really must does not make anest.
some and and yon
.;.11 but he thrust her forcibly back. from my lips. ,"A long, prosperous life awaits us here t absorbing ,self-engrossing DOt building spider
"Not until yon have answered a few "Yon a safe while you ,keep a discreet 'my darling," he said, brightly. .Sme see objects behind them as well as i distraction that a man can have-he was She smiled sorrowfuty and her with a' trap.door.-New-. Inde '-

' ; questions. How many children saw the tongue in your head-not a moment longer again banish that troubled look your front without turning around. an amateur organist.It pendent.

t ligbt in that upper room on a certain evening ," the bad man answered, turning on his face. Is it Major Villars you fear? Ahusband's hare has this power in ,a, marked de must not for an instant be believed head."Really, 3Iiss Gamba, I cannot permit i '_ _. r._ .

'f many years ago? You will be at no heel. autorty exceeds that of a gree. Its eyes are large, prment.and that he was a mere wanton trifler with you to say'that you bare no' frind A Curieas.Hirer.
; IOBJ to understand without further The next day Toinette returned to Bon. I
4 par. mere con defy hi. placed laterally. Its of he went on reproachfully. "
the noblest of musical instruments. His ,
nyview and before the end of the the curiosities Mexico is the
ticrilarfzing. Hal. Thus he on, trying her One of
ted seeing things in the rear is very whole soul in it 'and he do myself a injustice if I.did not '
;;. "YercJ'1 11'DI..er week nearly recovered from her never dreaming what sickening despair noticeable in was was b' Sonora River. Itrfaeelnth.nortessterupert
:A !" sudden illness. greyhound coursing, for by his friends to 'be virtuoso."His beg you 'e wordsShe .
me filled Dulcie's heart, diiving her to the a t of the !''Sonora and Howe -
She saw his face ,darken frightfully Half crazed with rage and disappointment very verge of madness. Oh, how bitterlywas though th dog is mute while running, musical suppers were'the talk of,the pulled down the organ li.with agentle St"of ,ia ,
.wita in childish she would have followed the bride the able to judge nicety touch and then southwest utl au for ,
rage and recoiling gasped the tried and sorely tempted girl being t'a town; to bidde them was tuneful began on a
t Where .
4. and at but no one knew where the exact moment at t miles of
te ror: \" groom once punished for her sin! wi b glove. Ga.
know them .
not unmelodious '
* "{There were twin'daughters. Oh. tney were spending the honeymoon. She went over' the wbole house with best for it to double. Horses sfeit', to "Am I not friend? not'that Hermoeillo the, _quantity of water it -
! .be merciful The day following her ,return home gnashing of teeth. It was a de. your Ha is Immense but ia the short'.
torithe good Lord's sake and him, admiring the large, sunny rooms,the other instance. It is only necessary to. fact occurred he carries ,
forxive me." Guy Mandeville made his appearance at pictures. the rare books,the costly bric-a- watch a horse, driven invariably without light a well as an apparent necessity for you- con distance of twenty miles te I not the

;t Major Yillirs gnashed his teeth, and Bonnyview Hall. ,The handsome 'ia brac, the elegant furniture; but at every to this. Take, for the appeasing of the constant yearning I tinned, rather eagerly."Of least vestige ,of water,'ad,
his in the old least- carried one arm in a sling and blker prove course it has-often, she replied a.bu
began gnawing lip other step caught her breath and mentally 'on Let the' of his muica nature for him to direct I waste of sand extend! ,
likd he had when excited. '' round forehead. Be had she would be tramways. him the hand. .frm ther t th
way bandage hs' asked herself how long permitted driver to the the muic a large and fashionable frankly, giving ungloved ,r' .
-: ."So you deceived me, woman, at the been quite seriously injured by that fall to enjoy those luxuries. even attempt tae whip church. "I am so much interested In yon., I C. .
, time-lied to me?- What led you to do it?" from his horse. Dulcie knew she was beginning to in hand, and i.the horse to-the wish I could how interested I t.wt' merely sinks Into t',

. "Because,, sir, I could not resist thpoqr A storm-belated traveler finding him wear the air of a person haunted by a work he -will once increase his pace. He 1a at this particular moment-in tl'you the sandy evaporated. by,the: :

dying mother's .prayers, and. en. lying by the roadside, had t ceaseless dread of some invsble. name The giraffewhich is a ver timid animal charge the music at St. Nero's whe a in you, Hiss Gamba1 he laid, great' l hat,some subterraneanoutlet ',
*farmhouse. For several he assumed the entire of the still retaining possession of the hand. h.o'
'e+ties. day less horror. Even the beautiful is approached utmost expense un : I reaches' sea, hasnever

"'TAechfldron were both born alive?" he was unable to leave his bed. things by which she was .sunde difficulty, on account of its eyes being dertaking, and supplemente his generosity "You have b most kd-d considerate I been wb ;'and,t;far as iamiable "
His first act on rising from it was to : she ia' .
"Yes. of to her ,
- /II sent a pang pain placed that it can see well by having rebuilt lokig ful '
organ of.
out capable
"\\Vbat back to Dead where s a b. to DO.'o
became of other ? I must Cottage,
the one hurry Ma' she not gained these by dishonorable hind front. the "I: deeply grateful '
and will know. Tell me the whole truth he learned how' strangely heaven had in. silence? 'eTher as i Wen appre! met h particular reurment. .The fac. a t judjnng''such:matters. "has ever'ViZItSd '

., without: reservation, .or it will be the worse terpoied to set his helpless captive at was a bitter sweetness- ever in her this faculty t music was quite as A any in you. the caixatry.-St. LouiaRebubUc.It '
for you." liberty. trustful husband's caresses they were with great precision the rapid storm : tow and the diversion went fa toward
Me! stood 'over her threateningly, his Afterward he boldly followed Toinette really intended for Toinette! storm of kicks with ,which it defends i easing the pang of Geoffrey's unfllial con me"-he stammered, getting:red I th : ii1A.; :

- faee. so blue and livid wIth anger, the to Bonnyview Hal and on arriving ther That morning, as they were walking hi itself.FUMIGATION. duct. face "I-I a Tery.fond of you ai 1 -

., poor. trembling old soul fancied her hour was closeted or the grounds, where countless flowers But the season :advanced, and, She did not nor did she takeaway : ; ': ,'r'I

baa come. Major Via and from the latter's lips. blome tinkling fountains threw high is said to have originated -: ultro-fishionable worshipers of 8t. th her lp .. mIpp-aot".b'bW: ,#'

1 Spare 1 me, sir. Spare my life'and FU leaed had occurred. spray, the grass grew soft a -with Acron, a physician Agrigentum : their,temple and fled.to summer, ". :a me now jutt',at this' taken ae well at home **. .t the. bef, l ., $
make a' clean breast of everythInghe! Your interests and mine velvet and t' '
a idtca. everything lOdp& ,-who is said to have first caused i eee Iam. went'on 'r the -exhilaration"'ot:wind ;?andwave. ; ,,
, moaned; dropping on her knees in the said the Major, at the Eden, conscience had s be and r .' ;, recklessly, I", :'. ".H t .
prce fires
';- I, most abjeetterror. long interview. "I could tel,.ouwhy heart more' sharply and she great t lighted Amt j It then that the Colonel began to I,would. suffer'anything. just t .' A cup>'of rIJc.dJlfcrD' ., -', .
i 1& them to wl' .tht
.," :JIajor Vfllars replaced her in the chair I saw fit. but I do not. If a, felt a sde impulse to .all, and to be thrw ptea i to secure a assistant, for water andaddd' jt<* ; & .4A

with no gentle hand. yon will, keep no secrets from me hereafter meet t Gaqlencesrtrta remain and thus to Jiave stopped-t he did not suffer his passion:interfere uWhaU".. refreshing tonic to the: %b taEbod'j.B ,

- 'OO4D.loU aId fool. The whole story, or attempt"to carry on. any little as a 1 Athens and other p1. -,Greece. ,j 'with the still potent magnetism of NeWx # ," Kiss'yout'! < *don't go M-otdo a'I..t j'j
v game by yourself. Closely clasping her husband's about 473 B.C. '- best time:
Ilemb. hand the left hu 1tThea
there before words
He ,
twice Mrs. G f.1 1 port ; were y hd ,1
rustic -
once or I aut.1tth.foreeofthIswarning.- she a ; I Amt "
Afe, in a hoarse, strained voice, with/ would hare been better for c h a0n t roses. bc, u- 'I' who were willing, and a tie was : sh liP thfi thewJa: luxunes'oCis saitbstJ.4atbed- -, :
fat the .p' :
a OLOYIS of the
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pauses: h h frankly to Major Villars .Ph you lometl.- .gt pointed _: 1k" JI"-'T'tbwi-. ; ,
- ( ,erhaD. yon will call to mind thatI I .tin_ he lee that his arm round wat, Fnc re g the the moment comp the Colonel twice, trJC: .,'', .;| '! 'D .. :,-' wf

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k : ;BpFORD. COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Z-OTHKOP'S _PUBLICATIONS.___: a Social Definitions. : ; s_)Y VIRTUE Masters'of a decree Sale.T of .foreclosure. and

i : 49cn'.LT1Tu Mi AWOIIt Nationalism'is but another name for, OyAi J_> sale rendered by the Circuit Court ol Florida -

'with slight modifiestion. 4th Judicial Circuit in and for Clay county, J.
PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT18TUUrJE.B&AUfXKD Forpleccmber is a veritable: Christmas socialism, In chancery in favor of Eugene R.Pay DP. Joseph -1 6.
: COUKTY.rLORIDA.I.CWEBR. flini What socialism desires to reach 5 W. Cochran and J.Henry Cochran, partners itYIRIL
| > ojxjns with! 1bUNgIItI3C3toreVhrjstms L!
iv in: a universal way.for the whole world SS doing business under the firm'oame of,Payne.
n suggestive picture ac- within the Cochran nd Company, and against George W.
Editor and nationalism'desires to obtain
PubLiSher Hippie et ai,dated the iHtbday of Noveiuber,
= Jcornpmtiicd by'story well suited- toll, limits ofthe nation. Inasmuch as there S A. I>. 18W.! I will sell at public auction in front ,

: SUBSCRIPTION 1.oo A TKAR.intend (f,There itro'llis: of history lold IjT picture is tendency, in the human race to crystallize of the court house door of said court, in Given
fold Wi'ry.* ''A cnpiu1. article, finely illustr a Ea Cove Springs, Clay county rlorida within the
national centers nationalIsm hours of sale Will Sell -
around legal on Monday,January 2nd, A. .
lcd is the Home for Annuals ,
) : / f Sbelttriifg I.). 1893, the following described property to-wit.
Aocordftff,1i> Act f ( # grrs i& it best to respect these bound -S -
al 1iiid How Little American in described
thtVtl Brighton. a : situate the State of tlorhU, as follow S
: OJftce. Mark. FTa.aa nationalism would ,, ., -
Ultimately *:
Girl foaw the CuhhU Queen. 1haIa'sjChtlstnias aries. 5 S

tJZua Matter.! A j its well! AS other excellent have to reach out after ,tlie universalend. northwest The east quarter half of of the the northeast northeast quarter quarter,the the GLOVES, BUTTONS-ANYTHING IN BUTTONS,,

!Ij: stories, article ntul vtrK1. entertaining north>vest quarter of the northwest quarter, the

There can b? no ''more i interesting jdnd I iostructSve. Every child who can Let it be understood,furthermore,that northeast quarter of the southeast quarter and .
'I the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter For the Next 10 !
rend should 1s given a tit this imm1 socialism is identical .9AKS Days
occasion than the inauguration of copy neither nationalism nor of section eleven (11), all of section twelve (11),

Governor Mitchell which takes table children's tnagnzine.. Price $1 a with.. marchism or' communism all of section thirteen (13); the south half of the
fear; 10 cents, u. nuuibei. 1). LothropJo. S northeast quarter, the northwest quarter of the
place at Tallahassee on the 3d of ( .. Publishers. Hobtou.BABTLAND that, quite to' the contrary, they form northwest quarter,the eat half of the southeast '
the opposite pc-la to anarchism. While quarter the northwest qu rter of the southeast The Celebrated "Erebus"BOYS'
January,* at i 12 o'clock noon. All FOR'DECEMBER bf quarter and the southwest quarter of the south

who can should avail themselves ot Christinas cheer. Its anarchism is a. theory government west quarter of section fourteen (14) the north
Bring happy
which will allow'o power whatsoever Pure0 hall and the southeast quarter of section
this opportunity. ,; stories and merry rhymes seem merrier body socialism or S twenty one (it I); the east half of the northeast '5 S
'- and gayer luau <*ver. *ad its pretty pic- to any governing nationalism quarter, the west half of the northwest quarter. STOCKINGS
will endow the government I A cream of tarur baking powder. Highest of the east half of the southeast quarter, the south : '
: lures and verse"tell tales as sweet as
Tbe vexed question of marriage in any with iyet than itsown. all in Iravening Ftrenglh.-Latent U. S Govern west quarter of the southeast quarter, the ,
the Sultan's has been baby ever listened to. Every hrtme that greater powers mtnt Food KeptiM.ROYAL southeast quarter of the southwest quarter and
army finally Hkloluud enters ibis month will have a While the former believes that the individual lUKixp POWDER Co. IOC Wall St., N.Y. the west half ot the southwest quarter of section
Nettled by the minister of war, who .Merry'Christmas Price 50 cents year; shall take upon himself ih1 the : % twenty two (22); the northeast quarter of the Doubled Toed .Heeled and Kneed. .
northeast, the west half of the northwest
;. -
baa made quarter ,
; the arbitrary-ruling that Sceois number. DLothrop Co., Pub which from
n consequences spring compe; S Notice. the east half ofthe southeast quarter, the *

lieutenant may have one wife, n Uhers. Uo ton. S tition, and that"according'to his opportunities VfOTICE Is hereby given that R. M. WiIUam.A southeast half of the quarter southwest of the tout or h west section, the west
captain two, a"commander three! and TEE 1'ASSY PciK DECEMBER a man shall either succumb hi > siloing bubln- at Hamptoi, BradrortiCOUnt.5i three (23), all of SHction twenty-four (24)twenty-; the '

a colonel or officer of a higher. Tank ('mlulns its usual amount at good things the struggle for*existence or survive as A. 1). 1H3, lorictn.. made a 0:1 general the 5th as'-ip-innrnt d.iv of IVoembnc of all his, north half, the northeast quarter ot the south WOOL DRESS GOODS ,I
east quarter, the west half of the southeast
four, which is the maximum nutiiLer. The two stories by its favorite ,millions."Piumy the fittest, the latter' holds 'society"or property to me for the benefit of his creditors. quarter and the southwest quarter of section

..-Ex. : *' nnd "ilariwret Sidney." !evelup.n the nation responsible .f or the well being Alt parties claims nijair-ht resiJii2 the in the bald Stf Williams Kto-iJa liolilIn are- twenty-five (2l); the northeast quarter of the Christmas Week .
worth anti interest. Its urticles. for- t northeast quarter, the northeast quarter of the
of of its members hereby noiifie I aal to file statement
every one as long ierjuire swot nortlrwe-tt
quarter, the west half of the northwest
i igti. domestic and cducati'iual. possess n *of the name n ith me within Mxty d.ys, a<<
S the member fulfills his to quarter the southeast and th"
Private car No. 2J, on which Mr. ring I hat sounds deep anti long for the jaa required by Liw. sml all pen-ona holding Llaiaiswlio northwest quarter of the southwest quarter quarter of AT REDUCED PRICES !
society.-Rabbi Solomon Schindler. re iJo without the limits of Florida, are
Cleveland Exlriore in the editors section -six
left; a large, young readers whoso .welfare UutilleJ to file! sw-'i'ii stj.r built and publishers are not apt to forget; and claim' within fouiMiiontiis from the date hereof the northeast quarter, the northwest quarter of 5
S.heavily oldrfariiioned coach. the northeast quarter, the northwest quarter, These Goods Must be Sold .
It was in tins car that the wnrlh ol iu puges i is enhanced by the The Illght Spirit. on required by livr. II. A. WILLIAMS, the east half of the southeast quarter the southwest -

Lincoln from P/esidynt Philadelphia pictures which help to lengthen and SPRINGFIELD, Mo., Dec. I'l, 1S92. LLe. 5, 18- S Assignee. quarter of the southeast quarter,the southeast To Make Room for Spring Goods.
was conveyed brighten thj writings they accompany. quarter of the southwest quarter and the
0 EditOr.TELEGRAPH: Notice.T'O west half of the southwest quarter of section
to Washington for his Nil better for boih 'Siiidld
mngnztne young
twenty-seven (27) the northeast of the
.inauguration, and Jn which Ins (> is to be found. Price $1.00 a year; JO I: note iu your paper that offtrs art Mary Jane Sa :ser and* S. S. Sasser, her northeast quarter,;the west half quarter of the northeast f '

remains were transferred frbm cents if number. J). Lolhrop Co., Pub- called for of locuiiort for "Home for Ex- l.er liusbAn-l hitebaud-;; K'U
isbers Boston. Confederaies." All hough 1 served on her husband; 1 Irene -itner, Eicnia Griner and
Washington Springfield III. all south half cf the southwest quarter of section d'Alma. Linen Table Cloths, Napkins, Biff and
Lizzie Gainer, and others concert ed:
the half of the
-eight (38) east northeast
twenty ;
after his assassination. 1 5 (lie oilier side, 1 am wiHinglo give forty Whereas J. B Cone and J. C. Joues. as the
: quartet the north half of the northwest quarter, Small Shoes Umbrellas, etc.
"A'YARD OF PANSIES. executors of the last will and testament of Sarah ,
t of land Staike northeast of the
acres my war for the pur ti.o quarter southeast quarter, .
Ur.ner, deceased, have imuade! application toine the nest half of the southeast quarter and the
"If it does not merchant pose. Very truly for an order to sell the following described '
pay a to yours. southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of .
S advertise in Our Gift to Every Quo of OurS A. II. L.&r'iini. lands, situate in this county of Bradford and Section thiity-three (J3); the southeast quarter WINDOW SHADES-PATENT ROLLERS .
does not
newspaper Readers. State of Florida, belonsing to the estate of of the northeast quarter the west half of the ,
him to have sign. If i it ctoes. Sar li (Muer, eo.->3etl. for the purpose of tistnbatiiiu northeast quarter, the northwest quarter
pay .a
By .special arrangement with the Pub- Try E1ACK.flR1itJaHTteaforDyspepzia. among the above named parties, vLoi the nortUe< not pay him to have a sign,,it does ishers, we are enabled to make every one ea'a.asF : e IcjjateeK utxler the U-t will and testament of tan w>>ht half of the southeast quarter and the .
aiil Sar.-.li Unucr,deceasetl. to \v t: The southwest
north half of the southwe.-it of
not: pay him to have a prominent of our readers a present of one of these .' S. Goodrich, the man who onie q liilc-r cf section twenty four, and the thirty-four i4)); the north hair quarter, the west section half ol
location. If it does not pay him to exquisite oil pictures 36 inches Ion?, n wanted to represent the Second F1'rida! not th )iif ot the uorthe&st quarter of the DOI thesst the southeast quarter and the southwe-'t quarter THE MOST COMPLETE? LINE OF DRESS GOODS
companion In "A Yard of Hoses" which quarter ol s.jvti.in twenty--ls; and the of section thirty-Uve Gii.iu township four (4),
have a prominent location it does District in Corgress, is now a tesi lent of
:x>itiioast quarter and time s)i'th half of the south south of C-U cast the east
range ;
not pay him to a large stock all have seen and ndmired This" exquUitciclure. Washinglon. I). C. lie has opened mi half of the northi-ast S carry ) "A Yard of Pansies, was paint- office it> Washinglon. Ilia card ic-ids: three; aid the urtc ot quirterof the north- quarter ot the northwest quarter and the southwest
of goods." So says an exchange, .ecl by the same noted artist who did the Fred S. Qondnch, Land Attorney and vr st
S and we endorse every word thereof. Roves.'* It is the same size,'and is pro-' Pension Solicitor. 503 Seventh ttree', tigLt, iu ranjre all! four ci1t3--iwo hundred south and and two easl.conuinuu ty. one the northwest CU; the east quaiter half uf of the tlim uuitnejst imrihea$quarter.quarter, Trimmings, Passmentaries and Silk Cords Match. 55

S S S jounced by art critics to'be far superior WashiugJon? D. C." acre11101, e or IPS the east Iituf of tho northwest .u.irter, the northWest

If the United States government to the "Roses." The production is equal _....._..;. .- .,--.-....- h-e tiro the.-cfoiv. to mtit'y nod admonish quarter o the n..tLwe.-, qu.icer,tlw south A new line of Shawls just receired. Also

cannot be run without saddling 2OU,- In every respect to the original, which cost As a pul<1(5 to the proper use of the cause all persons if any inr they< n'Sic-1\hare to, on Coin"Saturday forward, December and show cast and quarter t:ie so-illr.Vf the east half quarter of the O.bOuUwes tbesjuthuest; qua.rter a new lot of Woolen Skirts at '

$f3X( ). and accompanying it are full dm-c- words "sh.ili" unit "will." some one suggests Sin, IdftJ, at isiy "lucoiis the court liou n in the quarter of section two W the, east half of tho **
000 new pensioners on the nation in lIOns for framing at home, at a cast of a the following verse town of BtarUe, iwU state and county at 10 northeast quaiter, the northvro t quarter ti'e p very low prices. m

: a year (the increase in the rollf lastS 1e'cents, thus formicg a beautiful ornament : o'clock a. iu., <-r sai.1 order of tale will be northeast quarter of the southeast qu;ru-r, the
In the first parson simply, "shall" foretells; granted, pro\Ued a copy ot I this notice be pub- west ballot the southeast quarter ana the south
year was 199,208)), nearly twenty- for your parlor or n superb Christ- In "will" n threat or else a promise (luvI !tsshd' Iu the CraJfxrd County Telegraph, a west quarter of section three (J); the iou thensi. THEY MUST -BE
eight after the cope of the uas gift, worth ut least $5. Send your "Shall" iu the*-econil or the thml doth throat; \\eeLly uensjaper; pu'olistie l il the town of quarter, the east iriif oC the nurih\7ei quarter. SOLD !
years name and address to he publisher, W.Tennings Will" simply then foretells the feat. Luke, in &aid cou.ity.: once a week for four the uortlica-t qum ter o the bouth.-ust quarter.
war, certainly that government is consecutive. weeks tie\ou- to ai l date. the west half ot the southeast quarter and the _
Dumorest 15 East .14lh St.
W hi'i .mnI 1 mal of tilt
itiu 's mv : County northeast of the MMith-est of
S not a very eligible party to Undertake New York, with three two-cent stamps to I An exchange says Ihc ht-font ed Judge 1114 Leceumber (JUL 18)2. section fur qu.irur(4j; theu. si bail! of the quarter northeast

S the control of the railroads of pay fur the picking mailing etc., and dancer covers one and three-quarters of a S[bALJ WM. F. 5IALPHCRS, quarter the northwest quarter of te northeast Ladies and Children1 Underwear a .
S S mile in the average w-iltz. In ( uuntyJtidgc. quartetthe noiU.east quarter ot the northwest
the entire Union which would mention that you arc a reader of the TELEGRAPH square
S fasten will dance sufficient steps are taken t<> carry quarter, tieast! half wi the somiieast quarter
and receive
200,000 more naraes on the public you by return Sheriff's Sale. of se-tiuri i.iut* (U); the southc ist quarter of thf Specialty.
the (lancer 1alf a. mile on straight toad.! ,
mail one of these.valuable works ot art. northeast quarter, tie weal half oC tie northeast
S pay rolls. f 1S There were eighteen numbers, danced atTcrp.ichcrwm BY VIRTUE a cettain eseout'on Issued out quarter, the uat iialf of the uarthwest quarter, ZEPHYRS AT
S Florida Fuels observes thi. bill 5i: DcLnud onThsnksgiving ot the Circuit Court for the hoiuth Judicial the wui.i west quarter n' the north west quarter OWN PRICE!
4 sensibly : Living Circuit of Fl rMa, iu and for Bradford county the iort.ueast quarter>.f the southeast quarter,
5. S As a role palmetto plants am.not in Florida is K question (hat should con- cvo. Twelve of ih'-se numbers in a ceitaia cause wherein Nicholas D. Hnsra- the west half of the routhtMst quarter and the .

t'lought'much of in Florida )but the slime: uloteiif the attention of Florid'uns. were round dances and six lancieis. man is plaintiff a>:d Fernando G. Miller H de- southwest quarter of stcliuu teu ilv); the east lirLER:1ry: ,
S They should Like the word 'not No-.v do a little Iteming and see how lemlant. upon a judgment of said court in said half the northeast quarter the w ,halt o"
: Orange County: Reporter I ?: liu-rally. miles! the cause rendered ha\eltfie upon the folio.1.ing the noiUinest quarter and the south half of
say belles!
frail-looking traversed
staying in Florida and living'in the West many described prop>-ity. to wit: The southwre t section eleven (11)) ill township five (p) south of A nice line of Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, newest shades' i
.. S S "Cabbage and saw-palmetto can be or the North but living here\ that is. between the hours of ten and one. quarter of the south<-a-t quarter of s-ection raure t-iityoue (.il) ca.-t. ui.,l the west half o;
'S utilized in a hundred ways, and the making the soil upon which they live Just twenty-live miles! Think of it! twe.ity nine, towtsiin si.c (.t ii), si>uth of range Sectj.fl t.tvehi (7) and the west halt of section and cuts; handsome Ribbons and Feathers of every description .
twenty-two (22) *'.x*r. Ic s c-ie acre in the nortli- tiKhtfcen (18J. in township four (4>, south ol
And still I the gills wonder why they )ln.ve >
.day will pome when many factories field them sustenance. A few years ago east corner and IIVii .cresia the nortfi-.vest cor- range twenty'two (*!) eas1. containing ten to match. We also have a handsome

: S will be aV work in Florida converting our people hardly gave this subject a" corns ou their tender little toes -Xews ncr (.f the same, situate ia Urudford louutySt thousand two hundred and ninety six acres and line of Infants' Silk
thought. They came to Florida in most >>te of Floi ii'.a. ai I w;III i; sl! the ame at publ.eotittr. forty-eight hundredths o an acre (UU.29S.43, S Caps, we are
S the palmetto product inio hats, McElree's WJP2 l.F CAi.uol; 1..e iae .eases. before tie IIIM.I iloor wf the court house l.t lug and being in tile counties t>f Baker and
cases to stay until they made an orange in the town o* ttarke, i'J s J 1 001.1113mid State.U Ijraulord iu said State of Florida,'anu also all
brushes, paper, cordage, canes, orna trove. and they paid no attention to other tiie first 3Io-u.'y! >i J ..nary, \. 1). 18"3. the those other certain tracts or parcels of land situate ARE SELLING AT COST

.S mental furniture, etc., lo supply the things while they were making the glove; Holiday goods in prosit variety same beinar t>i' I .1.y! t-f saiJ month and n L-pal lyi!>K and being in the county of Bradford
sales day .luin; < i!.<* le.ral louts uf salo, to tiiu ia the Male of Florida aud known aud described
growing demand for such articles ofmanufacture. hat is, they did not until their capital hud at prices to suit the times liiplln'Si;an J lifss l>'i!J.r for cash. ou the public maps and records of said state as For Few
S There thousands been exhausted, and to use a slang expression. at Truby NterHbarg (To's. 1' S. CREWS.ShfiitT the east i.alf of the northeast quarter the east S a Day Only. .
: are it became a case of "root hog af Eru S of acres of this growth in the state, die." They preferred to "root." and the J. L. FiiAZCE VUuntitf's Attorney six (.3-), 1:1 township lour (1k), south of range Come and see them before buying elsewherr. \V"e are' certain will
A few ck'ir:int. silk ntnhrdl.tt, suitable S tic J. 9i twentj-one (il) east, and in township five (5), yon
and the for the willS be
s S
result suited.
revenue same discovered S
is they huvu that other south of range twenty-one (21) east; the east
some day rival that of orXnge( cul tilings l besides oranges will grow in our for Clui .tmas presents at lathe County Julie's. Ctnirt, BtaiUord County, half of lots one ii). two i2), three ((3) a...d'four ,
tti.ttf M.-ricla. (4), the oast half ot the northwest quarter and Very Respectfully,
; 'S tilTs." It is to be hopedthat the soil, which t the. uew-comcr appears so Truby, SU'rnbnrg Co's.. Ey: Hie3ti3ge of saul Com. the southwest Quarter of section twelve (12) and _

5 Reporter's bright outlook" for this inpromising. xerci-> rig ptolMie jurivl'Vtion. in town-hip four(4), south of range tweiity-two lIJG-_ V A.PZEfZ_
In thenifttU'rofthe of the whole of sections and _
Our hll)1i1flUflju] must 1m fold.We st'gt'StUII ii.solveu.-y (22) east; twenty (20)
; SS one of Florida's "surpluses" will Plant and Fhg1er. the t-s-nteof Heurr F. York.(It-en'ett. filed by tw utv-two ( 2); the southeast quarter and the
have er>;ifiuilf : coon be a reality. TIe entire South is indebted U> the liberality in tlii line hence n'l ices J1iEItEa-' TV,- .kJ, nilmiuistrutnr of twenty-five (25); the north half of the southeast FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILWAY.
nothing < ; pi i 1. the I 8tt of Henry K Yorrf. l teof Brad- quarter and the north half vt the southwest
# of un'd the interprise of Messrs. Plant will he made with this end in view. forj county,S ate r.( Tioi'nu, ilec-east-d, has this quarter of section twenty-six CM)', the nol iii Florida Trunk Line.
tire will
Speaking eggs, pens and Fiagler, who have done more to make dAy ft'e m im <.;1ee u Uirtes.tion ci the insciv; luilt. the northeast quarter of the southeast Tampa Short [line.
S soon be out of a job. The Commercial Call early before the assortment, is encvof s.ii.1 e# olf, quarter, tie west half of the southeast quarter _
Florida what she is that all other influences broken. & Co. 415leS art>i"iefore to i-"tify acid admonish and the southwest quarter of section twenty- And to all points in South Middle and West Florida,Mobile. New Orleans sad the Southwest. .
: Bulletin is authority for the combined--nature excepted. of course. Tnihy, Slernbnrg all p i>Otis lKlUii?eUtna diust said estate to seven (27); the north half, the north halt of Direct connections to all points"Northwest and Northeast..
that in file the s-'uie i'l mvofii- Iulv uutlieaticn'td. on the southeast quarter, the southwest quarter of Time Card In Effect NOT. 1, 1898. / ,
statement a new _
factory have invested
S They millions, from which HUSBANDS l what would msikea or l>y tiie Stfih-Uvof J-injno, A. i). 18 3, on the southeast quarter the southea-t quarter of *!
: New Jersey will soon be ready to they cannot expect, in their lives, to reap hich d.iy ilu ro w.l! Le a pi o rata datcibution of the southwest quarter and the west halfof the sorra. NORTH.No. wear.710p _
even a pittance by way of return. Their more iuitals1e pre.-ent for your WIVOBtt'tii the asSets b ion in to said ebiate, anioi'S the southwest quarter of section twenty-eigh (u). -I 1 1No. SOUTH ERS DrVUUQN -- wwTXRJt PtvmoxLv..JacksonviBe.
S turn out 10,000 dozen'artificial 3 No. 7 BiNo. 4 NoiONo2550pLO1GaLv..Feruandina
eggs creditors of the s :ne.VitnebSiu3 The whole section twenty-nine ((?!>), the east : :
5 n week. The win bq sold fresh work has been a labor of pride and a magnificent a fine New iiome SL-V. inu 111:1- \ lun.l anil seal of court this the 29thdayof half, the northwest quarter, los one (1) (or cast S
5. eggs demonstration of their faith in the chine? We Ptill have few. Tin by Juiy, A. IX1RKT half) of the southwest quarter and the north ? ....Ar 350p 94Sa73fta 70te735a _Ar s O-
S from the factory at 8 cents a dozen future of Floridiu Their children orlhelrchiUdren's [SEA L] U a. F. MAI PHCFS.Jui half of lot two (j) (or northwest) quarter of the IMpIll 25aLT, .....Callahan.....Ar843pl205pAr 285p 840p Lv.Baldwin. _...LTCity..Lv 7
and 5 cent'off for-'cash. AllS children Stcrnbtirg- &; Co. > i9, IStt CounlyJudg southwest quarter of section .thirty (30), north .Baldwin.....LT84CpH15a 145p330p 600. Ii 2fa 853a Ar..Lake SI
per may realize from half, east half ot southeast quarter,southwest -I- -- 1241A430a 944a .....Lire Ouk..LT I
eggs whose shells are broken will be their immense investments in St Augustine Notice For rublication.Orrics quarter of southeast quarter, southeast quarter ; LTLv?..Jacksonville. 63te543a 2iJalOSae Ar.... Madison.....LT 43BpAr f n& ,-?!
and Tampa, but <-ven this is doubtful Jandies nut and everything good uf south>v est quarter and west half of southwest 9.<5pu 9allOlp ....Baldwin. ..,..LT 145p1235p HSSa145p Ar.....Monticello.. ...LTAr..Tallahassee..Lv I 5Ip'
.5 taken back and mended.! This low Those for Christinas Tnihv LAN?) AT <..iijf Bnu.K. KI.A., { quarter o' section thirty-one (31) and the whole I lOp LTAr... ,st rke. ..Lv 481a40SB S lOis I lOp '
for first-clas fresh-laid gorgeous places were constructed : at Stt-niimrg :X'\eml !Ah, 181. | of sections thirty-two$0 and thirtythree3) ii &li, I &5p ......Waldo ...? Lv 1*lip 743a90Qa 343p Ar_. ....Qniiicy..LTArJUverJunction..LT i34ip 851P
prime for beauty nud for profit. But their woik & Co's. VOTICK N ben-liy) S glrni wut! the following- I and in township five (5), south of range twentr- 1224a 223p Ar,_...Hawthorne.... llSOa 323a244a 450pssopituop iSKp 7
:: S. factory New'Jersey eggs;will.enahle for the material development of the b'tsle x ; ii.jie.l settlor tins file notice of hH lutciu two (22) east.. The whole of section four (4), 108a 251p Ar,.........Citra.....,...L.LT 11 Ola -
lon! tu tnakt* tinai rr.>-'f in pioit of Its claii. north half, northeast quarter of southeast S.- 331p ArAr..Silver Springs.. .> Ar..F nsacola..Lv S 145p
S the dealers to sell them at, 10 cents -the building of new mil ways, the expulsion Happy honvs; cm by made still! and that SHid jirotrf M i'l! t b.' nio.1.* beforo C'hi k of west half of s..utheastquarter and south quarter 214s 344p ... ..Ocala..._..LT io14a915a 143 .. .2tt Ar..XebUe..Lv

S dozen. They even cUhiu.that the uf the phosphate industry and the the fircui C'O'Xrt at (irtwn Cove SprliiR! Fbi on west quarter of section pix (U) and the whx.le of 330a 440p Ar,...Wild wood......Lr.LT. 1230R1053p ... .. 745 t Ar...New Orle ns.XLv ..
S extension of great Meamship lines-Ins happier, pro\M5nu: yon pr>icnr<> aNew .Taiuiorv lOt'). 189i vis: Jilt Il.il' c.f Athens.a section.-, eight (8) nut! nine W; and nlsoall that 45.a 548p Ar,.. ..Lncoochee.. K04a731a "
55 P faclorv eggs are superior to any already demonstrated the wisdom of their : Home sew lug machine: : oeftirc .. ((11.1 l *is. for the Sv of S VfX. and, 5j of certtiiti lot, piece or parcel or tract of laud situate 5COa 548p Ar....Owensboro. .Lv 7119a i45LI I 510pllOOa Ar..Jacksou,3LIss..L i4p .......' .-
S laid the hens The beat sis.-s.r1s.r24i. S lying and being m the county of Bradford 515514115p Ar.:. ..Dado City...-!!LTLv. iO3Op... ... .. 5O Ar.Cairo. ....LvAr lite .... .
eggs by investment* in this line, and has hlre.uly the holidays. \\ e still have a few. lie umt'S tie f..IK>u iug n itnesoes to prove his in the State of rlorida nud iiiore particularly 630a! 71 p820p ArAr.....Plant Clty..Lv 6Oa 9 17p.i"pl........ .St. Loula.Xv 7405.;...
; New Jersey experts sav there is no rendered nssiirancu of adequate returns i-i Truby SternlMii-L' & Co.Scientific. oonti .ioi: rtsM'-nf.t' upon, and cultivation of, known -iud described ou the public records and 750aS50a_ .......Tampa.. ....Lv 5Ou ; ....... 445p Ar. .. .Chicago.. ....Lv 00p''
difference between artificial and the impetus given to the general develop Sai. ic.ns A:.s:. <:. B. routs. A. It. Towi c--il, i.* maps of said state as the wnole .of section -: '
S S eggs menl of all the State' Jl. I.'mi.s', Jcsi-jili ilolitor, all of Athens, Fla, tweuty-oue ((21), in township lour (i.south of 445p .;..Wild-wood.. ..Ar 903a84ia U aop'j TUOMASYILLE-MosTicKAQ RUOTBL. .
t bens eggs. They are! chemically ; resources.-Atl.tnlM Nov 1J Acz. LYKCH, Kogisit-r. range er.ty-two (22)) east containing six hundred 500a: 514p Ar.Leesburg..._Ar l030pIaU636p700a (Daily
Constitution American and thutv-niiie and sixteen one-hundred 545a1080a 54p A1..Tavares..Ar ci 1-a 9 iOpI- S -. <*>
the same. forCAVEATS Xotico lor PtibIictioti. (ti91iiJ( acres; anti also al those certain tracts or 8 09a C3Cp Ar.......Apopka ....Ar 728a [ Lr.... .i..Jack onrile..ArLT. S9tOa
S BLACK-DRAUGHT tea Agency parcels of 1\ id situate, lying and being in the 7 lOp Ar._ ..Orlando..... Ar 700aIl42a 5L5pr84.ia ...'. .....Lake CUT .--' .,...Ar Saip
r cures Constipation. Larn OFFICE AT OAISESVILUS. FL\ i county of Bradford an.1 stats of Florida and .. Ar..Winter Park..Lv ....... 23p-| 9-ta.. Lv..Uveshik..t. Ar b4Op .
The Savannah Prent exultantly ( S December 8th, I8t2.I f known and described on thepublic plats of said ) .. Ar ....Oriedo.. ....LTLv. ...._. ili'i.: LT .....Monticvilu ....... ...ArLT. 3p
exclaims that the early completion The small bowas looking his i< l.ervtiv give:. that the follow- county as the south half of tat* southwest quar- -. -5 _il j 1 is.! ...... TbonMhiille...... Ar 'ISTp JnS ,
over NOTICE I I sefltr: has (;!ed n >tke of hi-t intention ti-r of section twouty-five t >)'iii township four 2COp. .. ...Waldo ,..Ar ...... ; I.II'p Lv........ .MontpHuerr...........ArLv '45 :
S of the Florida Central ,nd Peninsular picture book and his father was deeply ti male hat proof in supoort of his (4) south of rantre twenty- c o (22) east, containing 233p Ar..Gainesville..Lv HU'jiOlia...... .' ..........BirmiushAiu,...:.....Ar 31I
railroad to Savannah will be the ilium tied that said proof will lie l made l*'ore.Reribter eighty (80 acres more or less, together I 3i'p' Ar..Archer .....LC20p ...... $2O Lv..Nsabvllle..Ai $5P I II
S absorbed in his newspaper. "Pop. inquired and 'eoi\t-r at ( .Jo..viik., Fla.. onbrupry with all and saigular the buildings, improve I Ar. ...Cedar Keys ...LT_ 730a........_ f 1343. LT...........XouUnrillr.....,...,.Ar
greatest event of the vear. By tin the youngster "what is n tobacco ccA F.- nth JiOi. v'z: Jan'fs T. ilathews. of ments. woo-'s, ways rights, liberties privileges, Lei ve Archer daily,except Sunday,at 3:*>p.m.|{ ) Ar.......... ( ietnnmtI..Lv. .
: One Savannah will hav the shortest TRADE MARKS Uike Unt!?-. Fla. JM a 8i2. lortheN ,i of S W hereditaments and.appurtenances the same for Vnilistou, Early Bird and Eagle Mine;KsaveH
fly? "It's M kind of fly that lays Us eggs DESIGN PATENTS*, K See2JIp3S 1 K 20 F.:. belonging or ui anywise aupertainlng, and the lgle Mines daily, except SUnda .at4:30 a. m.i and Jacksonville and OhIsaMTapL P'a esra
: and quickest line to Florida-an air tobacco and lie unit a the foil wiug witnesses to prove lib reversion aud reversions, vernal der and re"uiaiuders for Archer and inenueu1ateiints. Tampa
on plants produces the very COPYRIGHTS, etc tijacksonville asd y ew OrIe.ns. 5 >+ 10
5 continuous rc.-i..t-i.e upon a..d culatatioa of rents Issues aud profits thereof; and Train leaves Onedo and v1nter park daily.
line instead of the' long detour byWaycroHs destructive tobacco worm," replied the For tnform&tlon and tree Handbook writ to sill land. \iz: other property situate in the counties of Baker except Sunday. *t figures shown.' iMvmr: daily- -- --'.
as at present. It will father without Oldest MUMN bureau& COSbl for securing BBOAUWAT patents, MEW in America.YORK. ISnwMtc! Ainlrewx of Ixke Buth-r,Fl.i.;Abratn2airricx. and Clay in the State o' Florida particularly described Oviedo also daily, at 8:30 a.rn.; Winter Park atFERXAKJIS| A AN5 CTJMBKM ANPTUQOTK. .
looking up from his paper. of Itku Bifler. Fla..AU'l J. McKiu'ney and Kit forth m the mortgage herein 8:37 a. arnring Orlando '-
Every patent taken out bjr ua is brouplit before I nu. at 900a. m.: l'aws; t .N'a60939a co-iiWs'
open to Savannah merchants a new The boy turned over a leaf or two. the public by notice given free of charge In tie of NrW Ki\ei' ; Flj.; Culoiul A. Johns, of foreclosed and the saul decree of foreclosure iu Orlando daily at 5:00 p.m.,arriving Winter Park I -1
and fertile nuil New Rix er, Fl i. Ai.us. LYNCH this carsc. Terms cash. at523p.m.; Qyiedo. 6:00 ft
3 section will i1unge'S ** p. m. 430p LT..JacksonrOle. Ar Siteiaop rate .
Pup. he asked Hguin. "what is a butterfly cCflt1flLfirfRst 'u Kegi ter. SYDNEY F. HANFORD, ii Ar.yernandina..LT_
their trade at onco into tho very Special Master.Commissioners' % 4 00pLv.Ocala (a S oa 0)Ar 10 tAi 63Oph P (
f. heart of Florida By tins route the The father was more intent on his Notice for L'ubicai! 9 OOii 5 plAr....Dunnellon....Lv 8 53a 4 35p Trains on the Fernandin. and Qimbt .
circulation of scientific In the Sale.
time between New Voik and FlorIda paper than before. "It's a fly that hys world. Splendidly illustrated.any No paper irtellifrent L.t:>'t>' 1 FC. AT f AIN EMfl L'.F.! FLA. I IIVceiiilirr I.j:: 5 route leave Jacksonvflto and Fenundtn _
: its egg on butter and-confound it, what m&n should be without it. Wectlr HUlNN$3.OO a Bill. 1"1J.VOTIS"'K BY VIRTUE of an order made by the Hon. 10 SOa 6 33p Ar.. .Homosassa... Lv 7 lila 11 O* except Sunday. Connect at.rrrrl 75er&ads for eI -
will be quickened hours rear; SLSO six months. Address & (X>4Pt'BiJt Win. K.Malphurs. County Judge iu and for
seven is '
bertb'igiven that tire -- -
folouigi UwL- idss
do ask w> questions for? >HKfal 3til Broadway,Kcw York City. Bradford State of Florida ; : Dunsenness.Cnmberland I JekylgSP
and you many Any iitimed settkilt.s flied r.otk-s of l.is Jntcntivii county. dated Noveni- 5oOa Ship Lv.Lacoochee (oa.Ar 945a
# through train over the SouthBound 'rooto
S ber 30th. lay. ami Brunswick, Ihnnlng the Cu l riaB ,
to know what to make Ilnyl! 5.nut' i.iupf.ort of his cUim appointing me the authorized S84a
body i.
railroad will connect at Savannah ought a butterfly is. aill that Milprtxf will I e nwtJo before. T Cotniui&ioneE to bell! the lollowing real estate, ?i-i and making counecUona ,lor lUooa i A aata,
) and the boy grinned. \Veek, C'eik "f the Circuit Court et Staike. si mate,i in the county of Bradford State of FlorIda 94p Ar.. .Clearwater..Ar 643a Chattanooga and northern and wertan .'
with Fioilda loads. The Ha.out January 80th, 18U1 viz: AiRiistn Day beloDgm to the'estate of W. R. Whitehead. io 40p A5r..St. Petersburg..Lv: 5 50a_ 6 Stnday train leatea'Jacknoariaat"NoF7and Lasils'* n.M
}'loridaCentral and Peninsular! itself of Providence, Fia Kd, KTll, fof the S X of N deceased, oa follows: The N E J4 of S E V o' SadSSSSfe
The New York papers have been inter 'U: V Sec 1H. Tp i;, S U 13 E. See S5. and S E jli of S E X Sec ZS and W X ofswi 8 daily;3and IdalU.except Sunday".}Fe nSna1 WTarrir IS jua. : I
: has a long line now ,iu operation in viewing the principal bu lne& men of 5 lie names the 'uiloAins vitnesa sto prove his and Trains on O. B.and S. S,O. &O.daily,except, Pullman sieepngearsBrunswIcktaAUtS.l4

F1onla and there will be no trouble that city upon the probable effect of the coutiuu"us rv-sii'eai-e! upon 'an cultivation of of SV 3of Sec 80, Tp 4, Sot R 22 E, Snnday- I'Atlanta. Cincinnati and WaahTlUe- ..1.JACKSONViLLE.NsViL .
containing in all one haudrcd and
IVrIdi sai.l l.iub'z forty
: :
S shunt opening in shyrt order to the election of Cleveland upon the business Adnm Jonv' STdie K Iletl man. Robert Foster more or less.' \ (via Lsk, city. Macon and AtIant. *) --'_'
S interests of the country. The New York ,Aden Foster, alt of Pro-.KIenco. Fla.ALEX. Now, by virtue of said order, I will sell the No. 2 No.700o 8 ,
Northern tourist thy whole of this Tribune has been crying out thai Cleve LYNCH, Itegistrr.FOS aforesaid real estate at public outcry in front of .
:, bountiful state. land's the court house door in the town of Starke, in 6 SOD Leave.Leave..... ....................Jacksonville................... .......Arrive 74NWMPJJ
success ment failure ant said county of Bradford between the legal hours OOia82Dp) 885pLeave........ .................Lake City..................... .....AfllY5ISS}
disaster throughout the country. anl in S IQrf1biaiIn.J SALE. of sale ou the first Monday of January, A. D. 445p 420d .................. .......Macou. ......................... ...Arrive ? ,
: It \* with plca urJ wo notice that order to ttsceitain the feeling of businessmen 1S93, the MUUC being the second day of said sic Leave ....................... ...Atlanta....... ......... .........Arrive 4 c' _
and the month and a legal sale day. Said real estate l2a625a SOOp Leave... .......................Chattanooga...........................ArriveLeavel7 t
S tho democratic newspaper men importers upon matter. rverni I 1,000 Buslieis Rust-Proof Oats sold for distribution among the heirs and pay 7&)p Arrive, .....................Nashville........ ..............;
of the New
journals had inter uncut of ot
:5 expended administration. Terms '
: throughout the niate are being views cash Daily through Pullman sleeper Jacksonville to Nashville on NOD. &and ft. '. .
with such men as Thurbtr. Why- (il-.i. 't1 in South GeorgIa). purchasers paying for titles NOTE-On cmct after .ZVov.20th, we expect tokena TfcrowgA Car also Oil O ?IIQVISV ..
S prominently mentSoned: as post:. land & Co., Francis II. Lvgjjett & Co Dec. 1 1,189.1. JAXKS T. WILLS. out of JacktonviUf,to that our patron*from the South Will &are S :

S masters of their respective towns. Austin, Nichols & Co.. E. C. Hazard & rALSO 300 BUSHELS Commissioner. DOUBLE DAILY CONNECTION WITH ATLANTA WITHOUT; CHANa!' ,

: It in with pleiittrQ because we bolievo Co.. II. B. Clafflin & Co.. Jennings & Notice to Debtors am! Creditors Ticket Office.88 AV. Bay St.,corner Hogan. Depot foot of Hogan 85. JsCbO
Co., and others.. All of these declared OK1iuri N. S,PENN1NOT, N, Traffic Manager.GtORGIA '. 0.MicDONF.LL.GSS
: .tlut boys are :-entitled to recog- that there was not the.slightest \ NOTICE is hereby given, that all persons in- _

; r nitTon. For year*,pn teasoiiand out that the election of the democratic candidates or flineiy-Oay Oats. deceased, late to the of e.statrof Kavrtey Hele, Bradford i M. ('ruwsluiw county., RAILROAD.Suwanee

4' of season, they hay* labored for the would bring business disaster, but Morldavil! pay the j-aii'e.to the tin'ler.iguied SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA .

4 success of toe tiykct haveS on the contrary that it was more than vyitliout rieiuy. ai d ail pcrsns having claims 5
; they ..41 \I. OFLOHIBA against said tstste must present them, duly River .Routo to F1oid,41
elected probable that an unprect lentedj era of authenticated within
men to office who, havw not two year, or this notice
even thankedvilu-m for uronperiiy would be the result.-Orange RAISED SLED J RYE. will be plead in bur of their recovery. lime Table In Effect MOT. 1,1893.72Ca 't4.t4 s ,
their .
) time County Reporter. S JOSEPH CRAwaaiw, Ja., y

3. and awutanoe ; they! have given P. WILSON, %or. 2.V.h-2inos Administrator. Read down r iII: _..

: hundred of dollars in advertising A bill has been introduce.! in the Georgia igj t S. F. GARDINER'SSeal I lOp Leave..................*....*.**.Oa !** ** .... A* *** TT*" .. 5
12IP .Hampton...Lv,11Z2i ;
for the party when the office holder legislature placing' tax upon dogs. Gtttvilitc! pin.lan.. Clip Leave.........,._...Hampton.........Arrive IgPfap
have contributed aiuklct- :they have Thin ha g.'i( to be an old chestnut. At 900a 855p1.eave ...... .... ..........Lake City.... ... Arrive
almost every session of tho legislature in Estate Agency. 1053a.21Up 1033p Leav .. VaUoata.-..' Arrtv. 4I
too often seen th men elected ,by that stale the dog is jumped but 1214p1418a Leave.. .......TUton,. ,.A .Arrive
r upon 17yN BI.SQAHTI.T bound Album of 147a Leave.......Cordele.. ... Irrrte 1
their effort* M opn at they,get into when It comes the-final pinch the members I' World's Fair Views,published by DEPUTY COUNTY SUUVEYOU. 450p saoa7iSatXrrlve.Leave............. ,.......... ..... .............. ______. ....Arrive$
S office drop 'thenu they have stow don't dare to pass it. They me the C with. II. &the D., which ia connection 8Op_ ..... ......................Atlanta.. ..Leave y
Monon. forms
up for the party jHjunithjKy received afraid of the reception that would IHJ accorded popular WORLD'S; FAIR ROUTE from the Next to Postofflce, Sleeping cars on night trains between Palatka and Macon. Close connections made _

but ; them by, their rural constituents. Cincinnati tnChicaenwiIl be sent 'Feriys&eds for all points West North and Northwest. Al*> with "YeaiibutaJ Llmitad'for W asWa
a very *ro llproportion of the The country dog in Geogiu, ia |>ower to any nddress bv E.O.McCormick, STAHKK, -. New York, and all sleeping car lines t*Virginia, the CaroUnas and the)as$. SS
? patronage doe thvni. .For these amother'reaaont In the land."-Lecsburg Commercial G.P.&T.Apcn'NC. H.&D.U.R. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Can b.tween.Jacksonvtlio and Nashville. j
wejbelieve S. Cincinnati, <).. ca rcctipt cf ten nov25tf For further information regarding rates,schedules,etc.,apply to _

S ; the demo- .5 .- centitnatamis.S I. O. O. P.-RejruJar JNO.W.OAKS.TraT.Agt, H.C.KNOZ CSL
cratlo :editors. bld be rewarded, S According lo Uie Richmond State1 lucre I5rsflabIe, t S meeting qvery Tu dar S V7 West Bay St.JacknonniUe,Fit.A. .

; -, 5 and,wn, will r* o oe when everyone Is in Southwest .Virginia a beautiful uud Notice to Debtors and Creditors S always In demand always tbe best r: night la brothers their hall. Transient S CV KNAPP, Traffic JIanager, Maeon, Uvorna _

S. refined lady, twenty years'old.. who is is TSSEEDANNUAL cordiiliy
hereby given that all persona in.
c' : -eoarw an,, .-'BartowjttleiinoTe only ,tbIrty.flvo'tnch high 'and thirty NOTICE .to the estate of Louise Charlotte P.,13 invtusbii tOyey Plauite intited. J.UOLOW, 5E.. L._ STEWART M. D. 'z.
NiJ Glanzmann. decease!, late S I Rq.zus.Talu1etcureIir
S% : nine ILflL a half pounds in weight, and of Lawtey Bradford LBradford F.J. FIELDS,Sec.
county Floi Wo;win! pay the tame to Uw unvlcragned \
whose hair, when'uncombed.'sweeps the ,withaut dtlay, ard.all persbcs having Lodge No* Office Iliparw Tabnlcs assist dif.jKipana .
k 5S Fft A. M. .
carpet as she walks. chums apainst said estate DLFERR.coS U
must them Tnbules lir
present I\ Meet Thursday euro >n
duly authenticated within S night before the third S
two years, or this X1cL'S. \.w Sunday In each month.
the boweU.y abwsE OP,CARDUf,"Tonic, for Women.S notice will be G.plead in oar of their recovery. a ( W*. P. MALPIIURS, Starke Drug Compai.y.. ljiiflTabulcs cure po1ia8t
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'f. 't .''': 'c; s : : .- 'V. Hackett paid a flying. :before Christmas., ETerjbody far ."; '," S .: .DR" U'G"Sr, >..-.<..:.>.-. :!r"'ii: .. ''t
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: : : Visit to Tampa this week.; and near'are cordially and :earnestly invited ) .. .. .. '..'i" .,-, '<
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:-.FOR THE NZXT 40DAYSJ! to stt ; Barry says sure : / J ''''.7/. '
Miss Julia Wall returned Sunday to be the biggest affair .of the, kind given S "'jO y.;or;;:< ': 'Sole- Agent for

1 1. >, "". 14ft from a visit to Middlebnrg. in b long time.. .,;,:,," ; ..
t' ... Strawberries are blooming, and the rain :::'-.c S "" '1. "
tJ t' i "Mrs. Smith, of Anthpny, is visiting this week was very welcome to the grow- X / ,-,' -S .* -TUE!:- S. "*"'{ *.',. \ -. ,.;-;'"-tl'
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Jllldtla ers as well M all others. S :. "" 5 \
IUlmerf her Mrs. W.;H. Rivera.Depnty ; < \1Jl
f. ? 6 daughter, Parkers The postofflce store into haS the been railroad moved office.from Mr. S \ 3:4: :q ..., .5 Best Eye Glasses and 'Spectacles! Made !

Sheriff,Richard is feedingfour L. B. Powell A. Bro,.are now getting \, .. _. ;;: H- to- .. ,,i
: prisoners in the county jail their saw mill wellunder way. and the -wk GCARASTEE' TO- ,
:::1. Yd. wide Bedford Cords in fast colors; We yd.B64nch now. prospects of the business are very welcome : J S .f"C

" nctoria'Sateens fast colors] 8c yd. to all. S. FIT .ANY PYE FREE OF CHARGE. : 1.j
; : The best. flavored oranges this Mr.-and Mrs,,B J. Oliver are now living .
iHamiUonWool: ,;. i Cashmeres, 3-4 wide,' lOp yd. season were presented by; Mr. S.-P. in the railroad company's orange J iuiIs ',;;
the former residence of Mr. L W. I.
t FaTlCVSerges.38 inches wide, 15c.; Crews. :
: : Picholster.! :
Line of Toilet Goods this
Elegant f
. : ;: : .l-2 Wool Chevrons, :3-4 wide; 15c.. 'Mr. J. R. Alvarez has, been in More anon. FIDKT.K.Teacliere 'WIllArrive .

;.!J, All-Wool: Changeable Chevrons, 38 inches wide, 35c. Jacksonville most of the week on *Institute. .-S.

t 2 Beautiful All-Wool; l Plaidsfor children's dresses, 20, 25 and business. The county Teachers Institute was held 25. Years Behind-the Counter.Shoes Week. S

.. 406. There is no holiday for the printer. in this city on last Saturday. Althoughthe

't,:' *. 38-inch Wool Cashmere-and Henrietta, 25, 35 and 50e. The TELEGRAPH- will issue as'usual cloudy.early quite part a of large the number d"y',was'of wet teachers and S STARIE1( RUG gOAfl.Next

' week.
:: r:' .All-Wool40-inch Tricos. 50e. .' next were present. The program was carriedout .

. 1., 40-inch AU-Wool Brocaded Henrietta, 75c. I Mr. Strong and daughters are expected near as as published possible. The in the teachers TELEGRAPH alt bad as a Clothing,, Ladies' Hats ,( to 'posto'm.e.e.) :;l

j 40-inch All-Wooll Satin Striped Bedford Cord, 75c. Saturday to spend the holidays good. time and learned many valuable -

'.. :. 40-inch All-WOQl Henriettas in colors, 60c. in Starke. things from one another. S Trimmed and Untrimmed, .
These monthly meetings are. a great !
- 42-inch All-Wool 'Henriettas, 75c. Every train i passing south is loaded benefit to the teachers in many waysand Thomson TRUBY STBRRBUR6 Cf

j I 50-inch All-Wool Henriettas,.$1, with passengers. The tourist travel no teacher? should fail to be present. Glove-Fitting Corsets. ,

40-inch Silk Warp Henriettas, $1.35. has started early. The Executive Committee.
b Beautiful All-Wool Creponnes, 40inch, 90c. It's not everyone who expects to Last Wednesday the county executive

4. 52-inch Changeable All-Wool Sublimes Assabet, 40-inch Flannels., $1.25 75e.Gros get hopes office he,will but get every one.other man is in committee commissioners.the best plan met for,in selecting There this city was the to decide but next a county small upon S DRY GOODS! Wholesale and Retail Dealers in

Grain, faille, Surrqh and China Silks, from 45c to Mr. and Mrs. \V m. Struth and number present and but little business SsTFFzcEJ
baby paid a visit to !Mr. W. G. was transacted. It was decided not to General Merchandise

.!; 125. N Green and family'last week. call primary elections for county commissioners N. J. Jones' big .
t Beautiful Changeable Faffettas, $1 and $1.25. but to recommend one man from ,
.. Mr. Morris and family are occupying -!each district to the governor for appoint-
l L ALSO : the Walters house, next to I ment. The committee will meet on' the stock is in consist- _- -S t PLORIDA
second Monday in January to make their ,
1 f Plushes, Felts and Fancy Articles in Silk and Metal.. Beautiful Satin Mrs. Edwards' boarding house. final, decision.J. Staple andJFancy. ,
C Cashmere, better than China Silk, 30e yard. '
.t Standard Brands Ginghams. 8c. The north-bound passenger train W/Hodges tor Alderman.I ing of everythingthat Any conceivable article.
7c. was nearly twelve hours late on am a candidate for alderman.I .
f Light-weight Ginghams, to wreck south of i: favor reduction of taxes. Any kind of Provender
Monday, owing a
A foil line of Prints and Domestics at the lowest prices. his customers Feed
here. I favor a reduction in the present assessed Hay J
,I Best line of Towels and Table, Linens ever offered here. i value of property.I for Live Stock.Groceries S ,

:i Ladies' Cloaks and Wraps, and Boys' Clothing. Miss .Emily Blackman, o'f Montrose favor less pay for marshals.
!!' Best and cheapest linn of Ladies' Undervests in the city. Pa., arrived in the city last I I favor marshals serving from 12 noon I want. Useless to Goods

I The largest line of Hosiery in all the_Standard brands and fast colors Monday and' will spend. the winter to I 12 favor midnight abolishing with all equal anlanes pay.for officers I I I Dry Millinery, I' .

!r-: ever exhibited here. here. and a of 50 cents for mayor ia each tell what all
I A beautiful line of Corsets, viz: The celebrated Watch Spring, Mine. case tried pay to be taxed as cost; 50 cents you 0-1 And< Burnishing Goods., all styles/slzes a''d price

Foy's, and French Woven, and Dr. Warner's Health, also several brands : To-niorrow is city election day. for clerk for each case docketed to be o th.'g

I cheap Corsets. There is a mayor, three aldermen, a taxed us cost. .1 further favor afee of $1 he sells you all S Call and satisfy yiUr8elL

The most beautiful Shoe can be seen for a limited period. i. marshal, clerk, treasurer and assessorto for each arrest, to be taxed as cost.I -' : For Farmers Builders. Phosphate Miner and
have be alderman
no personal desire to an -
Great reduction in prices of Men's Hats. A large assortment of Children's elect. Haraware
1, but feel the need of tax reform and know. When this also, Stoves, Ranges. Cooking Utensils,,etc.To .
flats and Caps. State Superintendent-Elect Sheats, will strive to secure it if elected ,

We (inTite you to call. Can: show you more than we can tell. of Gainesville, was in the city last J. W. HODGES.. F urnitu.i'e- suit tny taste and any pocket. Also, aU

( Saturday to attend the Teachers' Notice. enterprisingmer- kinds, of other House Furnishing,Gooda, ,
Institute. The tux collector will be at the follow-
ing places, namely:
chant justly
__ ? The Ambler Lumber Company says
Pine Ilill Tuesday Decem.ber 20.
.: 'Cor. Call and Walnut Streets, Starke, Flit.I paid out about $too:! last Saturday. Hampton. Wednesday December 21. BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES-

,; This docs not include any of the Lawtcy. Thursday pccember 22. his is the ..
grading. Starke Friday. December 23. -
Valuable railroad ticket found, Lake Butler, Thursday. December 29. .
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. which the owner can have by prov- The city was full of county school Providence, Fnday. December 80. U.D.MINERWatchmaker

A!. .- ing property and .paying charges. teachers last Saturday. They all Last Palestine.round.Saturday, December 31. LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE Okiffi.ST,9aE1
Ttarke. Fla. Dec. 16, '1892. Addres Box 63, Lawteyj-Fla. seemed to have enjoyed themselves

Dec. 9, 1892. 5t while here. Sunday School Association.A .S-rr.-z .; -. ,
1 = meeting of the executive' committeeof In this and

.i ."",LOca1affair. Mr. Ferris, son of the Rev. Mr. the Bradford County Sunday School
Ferris minister has
Presbyterian Association held in the office of L.
.'. .J Why buy. inferior flour when yon !' arrived in the city. He is in very Hull on Friday.was November 25th. The p1ace; he Backs up S
Swe?t Home at the same H
t can get : health.
poor next annual meeting of the association Jeweler.
., i price Heiberger & Richard. % will be held in the Baptist church in this his assertion with
)Mr. W. D. Finlaysen and wife, of .
place on January 11th, 12th' and 13th,
I Five hundred pounds fine candies J ...
Cedar Keys, \vere in the city this 1893. .
'.. just"received. _at Walter Wills'. 1S week to attend the wedding of :MissAlice W. W. McDonald, Wm. F. Shaw and Stae ,- : .FJ.a.

: 4 a liurroughs. Fred Pixlon were made a committee on several good. and J. L. GASI\IN&1: .
_.AH kinds of hauling done promptly T program.The ,
: at'J. W..Alvarez & Co.'s stalles.t ladies made DEALER IN
Sealed bids are advertised for to following were a committee -
-_ \ build house at the on reception: Mrs. W. E. Davis, substantial rea Drugs & MedicinesStarke Largest Assortment of
. .Send your Jacksonville consignments a jailer's county Mrs. S. J. Sternburg. Miss Florida Mc- : ,
'l to the Florida Pr0411 er'g 4I1fr4lr jail-a most necessary addition to Afee. Mrs.\ Hall, Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. S Flat '

.-'2 and,Consumers'Exchange. tf Is ;') that public house.It Epperson. S SOflB.S Pbysi lans' Prescriptions Watches Clocks and S

4 Have you tri d Sweet Home flour? is almost impossible to hire a Hymeneal. Cbitfutly Compounded a 7umn-3aiioi, I r

'- ,I ,/Thesales: are. increasing every day. man to work nowadays.The rail- Married Thursday, '10:30 a. m.. December First of all, he Jias served nightG. Jewelry. ,
:1\ JThe:best trade uees.it. For sale by HITTING THE BULLSEYEIs road has given employment to all 15th, 1892 at the residence of the S W. Young i
'r Heiberger & Richard., the sign of a good marksman, but who are seeking work. bride's father. Capt. :E. W. Burroughs : attention- to--the .
the dry goods counter Special given repairing
:1; I it far better to strike Starke, Fin Miss Alice Burroughs to Mr. '
,4idt-l efor cards,. stencils, pays a bargain There is talk of in- ''of Clocks and
extending Watc&ea:
i ... David G. Chaires of Tallahassee.
than it docs to strike a GENERAL BLACKSMITHt
: : : Exchange.10nd .ro uce tf'di. "- hitlie bullseye target.Alwaygfainfid : corporation of Starke south across Quite a large number of friends and for 25 years, and is concededto Good work done at reisonablePQR'5SALE 'rate*.'

1 il1iefP: ; Better still to buy at tow prices; Alligator creek, so .make citizens relatives witnessed the ceremony after t -
*of for Cbristraa Make the rule where the figures are high of the alligators. which all repaired to the dining room.where .
; kooks '" the tables were loaded down with
4 ""atHorgan. -r Bros- In our ,stock, high quality runs There will be a school entertain- substantials and delicacies of all descriptions wo 0-WORKER, The following described! property ;located

Jb printing of all kinds at the neck and Deck, with low prices. It's ment at the Institute Fnday eve, to which full justice was done.A to the market.t within ,the corpotale* Unites ofthe j
Is located the old where he
goes at linshop -
: J Tgziagipii office.; z. vision of the castle of economy to December 23d, after which the number of very useful and valuable is prepared to mote or repair all kinds'of town of. Starke. is offered for late:'
to wedded '
',L Christmas. tree candles and holders enter our store, where you can pickup school will have,holiday; .for a week.Don't couple presents, and were they given departed bewjy for their new Second. His long 'experience iron. tiu or..w ocl-work. lie will mate Two Acres of Land 1

-t' at Mrgan.ro4J. bargains like apples in an or- home with the congratulations and best you a wagon or repair your coffeepot; well fenced, up n which, U a good.well !
.. chard. Make_ a, bullseye while the forget to read J. G. Al- wishes for long life and happiness of very make you a plow or repair your baggy: painted<< and plaitercd two-story dwelling

Write to'the P. & C. Exchange, windfall lasts and show that you varez's new advertisement this week. many friends. in! the business gives him a shoe Aermotor.your horse or sell ,you. a Chicago an 'excellent'well; of water: bricked'from'

:. Jacksonville, for' market prices be- have an eye for business and know There are bargains in it.Ir.. Now. Mr. Farmer it will pay you to the chy; good..stable aDd '.oulbuHdtef 'J*

fore you :(ship elsewhere. tf the rtiffeienco between 10 per cent ,Alvarez means just what be adver- .ANNOUNCEMENTS. superior knowledge.of what the find out'all about this windmill ft s.Wean The following i Is'. list of the Trees*, growingnpon -.

We make returns o*day of ,eale.FITP. off. and 20 percent advance.TUUBY 1 tises. be used for any purpose :hat water! pOWtr thep'ace:. '
be to.- When in. town
can put you are
& Exchange: Jacksonville. STEESBYEG. &.. Co. Quite large party went to Law- For Town,Marsbal. trade needs, and where and call and learn all about it._ It does not 90 Plum Tree*;'13 varieties.. 9d. year.

'. tf _ Guaranteed Cure <, tey last. night to the ,Ladies' Guild The friends of J. W. Alvarez take this take a wagon loud of money: to' purchase bearing:Chestnuts 5;8 Tarietk$AipIeae ->
ONE and fair. They enjoyed method of announcing him n candidatefor one but.11. is worth a big. pocket Tull to trees (3 Standard 9an' Pwr'rooU '
n l"fc MILLION BOXES of oranges We authorize our advertised druggistto supper how to it at ROCK BOTTOM ) ;
Bell Dr. New themselves much usual at town marshal. If elected he will do !get you.
wanted. by Burton K., Barrs King's Discovery for very as 40 Orange Trees. 4 varieties;77 Per.'
Consumption, Coughs and Colds his duty faithfully. lIe I' is suited to the '
Jacksonville, Lawtey. 4 varieties 7 Pe buIoa
this condition. If you are afflicted witha _ office in every respect anti we ask the PRICES. ; Apricot. ; .
t. : Receiving Christmas Morgan cough, cold or any 'Lung,* Throat or Mrs. Stewart, from Minnesota support of the voters of Starke. Starke, Fla. 77.: choicest, varieties; feafU 8G1gS. ,. "
Chest trouble, and will use this remedyas FlUENDS. selected varieties; Quince H Cfclnes*.,
Bros.: directed,giving, it a fair trial, and experience arrived in the city last Friday to >
Third. He carries the nicest All_the above trees are lof berlaf, most
no bedetit, return the the winter in Starke. Mrs. ,
you spend
I Peaches may The friends of Mr. II. Austin'announce .. and NOTARftand -
grapes, berries, vegetableai bottle nnd have I of them In their aecond yearl -
4 your money refunded. last the ,
Stewart spent winter at him as a candidate for city marshal, and! -
tP.etc.,.and& C.oranges Ex., Jacksonville.in season. know We could that not Dr.make King's this offer New did Discoverycould we not Commercial Hotel. .'.'. ask tot him the support of the voters at line of Dress Goods, Silks, Vel-- Fire Insurance. This place must be .seen tube Bpprtct- .* .
? the city election FRIENDS. neeiL For furtherllnformstloiapplyt.JJJA .'
be relied on. It never disappoints.Trial Represents LIVERPOOL'*LONDON Jt; GLOBE
1.Citr n.,. urrant dates and figs bottles free at Ktarke; Drug Co.'s Deputy County. Clerk N. D. plusheifor PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON, GREENWICH. 'L. 8COTT-
I vets and this and HARTFORD Fire Insurance
drug store.. Large! alz Sue and ?'.' 2 made I hereby announce in)self a candidate mar- SECURITY c
' Wainright was happy on &i'ie-rL
i" just,received. >\Valter Wills'. for town marshal and respectfully solicit Companies Choice.lots of Land in town andcounty Ht : :
The Cook Book Free Tuesday by being presented with a the suffrage of the voters in Starke. If for sale. S S '
i TKLEORAPII will Le sent to On receipt.of ten cents in stamps or fine baby girlN.. D. has, grown elected 1 .shall' do my duty without fear or ket, consequenty the trade STARKE JnelStfTATEPOWEll.M.0.- FLORIDA. Frazecfl. : ii:

any'&dd'Cs: for 81& a '(aar. coin the 0.,'II. &; D. will send a copy of about a foot already. S favor.. HAHSET RICHARD. S .

No \rouble to gt t your money the Washington cookbook, postpaid, to For City Clerk. I I comes to him for nice goods. ; Att'ys and Cowsellofs, 'at Law,;.
when vcul al,,'ith) the P..& C. Ex any address. The book comprises over Mr. S. M. Blitch and wife, of Phoenix S ., BLOCZS
BOO hereby announce myself a candidate -
t and is illustrated. It is
change.. .jr ii tf the pnges standard authoiity freely on the famous Fla., spent last Tuesday with for re-election to the office of city clerk, Fourth. His financial stand PHYSICIAN [} SURGEON. STARKE. BRADFO-RD COn FL flHtA.::
Fine ; dining that the family of Mr. F. Morgan, and solicit support of the citizens at the .. "
.j! iirei and:'carriages: at J \V ears run daily Cincinnati And Downey Build'g>;_e r Third an ,
Alvarcxjfc Co. and Chicago on the -Velvet Mr. Blitch is the son of Senator town election. R. It. JOINER. Center,'trsF.rnandinV Fl*.; ;
1 Train" of the C.. II. &; 1). and Monon mitch, of Levy county. ing enables him to buy direct S Office at Gasklnc Drug Store' 171T ... _
Walternlls is receiving a large Route. Address E. O. McCormick. P. The many friends of Walter Wills announce STARKE .- FLORIDA ': > '
.etock. f Xmas goods. &; T. agent C., II. &; D. R. It, CincIn- ]Mrs. Bisby who was so sick, him a candidate for the office of mjlStfCareata; j.I wiss sour-
city cleik. and respectfully ask the from the manufacturer and S ..
nail O. The C.. II. &; D.. in connectionwith sup- PRACTIcaL. 'S
Iron. and wood wagons at Morgan the Monon, is the World's Fair Routeto with consumption, died last Friday port. of the citizens in the coming election. PATEN"TS
''Rrn'a. night and her rtmains were sent to
; Chicago. For City"Tax Assessor. 'ORANGECLIPPEI.Lth.wS
1 ,, "' _ Minnesota for burial, Mr. Bisby and strictly for cash, and thus put- and Trade-Markii obtained and all Patent
i Y 1I(1 bas I hereby announce myselt for re-election business conducted for MODERATE FEES. S ;
f'8 Ja'Ae
? a slock of A Leader. children accompanying them. OUR OFFICE.IS OPPOSITE. S. PATENT j:t'I>,
to the office of tax Thanking .
thing .that _be i h bound I tu t'cll. Since its first introduction, Electric city assessor. importer Office and ve can secure patents in ten time I. --S
11 ll.nil nee it. favor Bitters, until has now gained it Is rapidly. In In the popular lead Mr. Clayton, who purchased ths I I past.my 1 respectfully friends for solicit their.the support same in hearty the, ting him in touch with the and ington.at less' COIl than those remote. from Wash, ,,M ''
w clearly
(111I* rIfyOtfare Ilcehle place on Crosby lake, has support in the coming election.. Bend! model drawing or pbon with decriptkau It
among pure medicinal tonics and altera- We advisei. .free of ,
; 1I i and mak- -pitentableornot 0
1 anything on your tives containing nothing which permitsits arrived in the 'city with his familyand S T. W. SWEAT. manufacturer, chargeOur fee not due WI patent U Hecured.' 'w "_._
subiriptionto the TELEGRAPH we use as a beverage or intoxicant, it is household goods. Mr. Claytonexpects A Little Book "How to Obtain Patrnta.".with ED
4 JlJ.iakl': '. fodder recognized as the best and purest medicIne The friends of L. D. Wall announce ....?*fcViafcIIenti in your, state,,;county or I : -
nats1eorn pota to make his home in the cii. the middle tows.'aeitt free. S
ing him only man .
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for all him candidate for Address.C.A.SXOW&CO.
I toes, chickens, eggs or else ailments of stomach, liver and as a cHylax. assessor. ': '=cagi niuior thawS 5prscdl '
anything kidneys. It will cure sick headache,indigestion \Ir.A. of Opp.Patent Office. -'WASHIXSTO.I, ,D. c., n. ...... ... ........'. 11 ,
; yOUtWaiit to turn off M..Lapham Springfield ForMayor. =
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and allmv]) full l constipation,and drive .malaria cupw aedsasS &
markft:: pvico. from the system. Satisfaction Mo., offers fourty acres of land for By request of many citizens I respect- between, the consumer and man-. S. t ", 't.
t f guar- *' --; s- Fruit Trees.. : '1DI4 GiI ........,.....'.< ...
anteed with each'bottle the fully announce myself for re-election r c
'-- or money the location of the "Home for the as t '
.. FOR'.'S.U.E CliEAP-Olle will be refunded. Price only 50 cents a mayor of StarkeC.. L. PEEK. I again call the attention of (thus inlerestcil .. ._.. .&: III.
orgaL.. ll-Mop bottle. sold by Starke Drug Co. 2 ex-Confederate Soldiers. Why not ufaciurer. '. in putting out fruit trees of, any .. e '
Stake APPlY to .! is..Kachclbofer, Starke make ah effort to secure this The friends of T. W. Sweat announce "," kind to the fact that I can fill their order W.H.RIVERSTDEALEH : '". SS
Fla. .
,. __16dcr.4 McElree'o Wine of CarduT home? him as a candidate for mayor,'and ask tor ', .. cheaper than, they can 'get 'such stock. : ; .; ;-.1'. .> oi'",'" 4 -
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elsewhere. LeConte and S -
LoeT him the of the voters at the pears 'one wo -
-\ln1 and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT support city : JN:_,'
framed ay afternoon last, a are Mrs..M ooehasl lost her fine elec& oD. 'r..: ;': years old.'and Keiffer Hybrids specialty..< S 'S
photograph with booklet. for sale by the following' merchants ia ':; Also a large stock of shrubbery., ,A man .
'Tb' Georgia cow. She has been For Treasurer. .' : ::: t -- -
finder will b'j rewarded leav- Bradford county: gone -" can see what be is buying before ,be pays
'. Lflthepackage with the STARKE DRUG Co., Starke. two months. The cow is. large, The friends of N. D. Wainnght an- ':, ::::: :'. :..; for it Grape vines'of the best varieties CEIERALMERCHAIIOISE4'
A .Dec.-l6.2L postmaster. O. W.YOUNG.Hampton. nearly black, with red back and nounce him as a candidate for the office S for.Florida. I J.V, BTDnomy. : '5'V- ,
I, JNO.A. KING LakeBuUer. of town treasurer, and. ask for him the ;5 "; '$. S (f' -T '. ...... ....;. -'
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", OTIIING. -We presume that H.C. PARKER New,River.Bucklen' the hair rubbed off one hip. She support of the voters' in the coming-.5 elec u';:"ill ?j'" Notice 'Town Election. .S pItO- .--- '
\- yo Want .flew suit has been tnJLhe of tion. NOTICE Is hereby cfren tliat:an'eltctloa-wffl S I ,j'4; .5
before reported vicinity
Arnica Salve. ia the town of Starke,Bradford NoTIeNg--:
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t :Lfthat1ii the case call soon,'a* we The best salve in the world for cuts, LaCrosse. Mrs. Mahone will give I In Announcing myself as'a candidate: for ., / ,. county,State of Florida. ,on Saturday,the.' )1tJ&da7ofDecemberA.D. i ,- 5, -. .5 S i'4 S
1 itavc' an elegant line 'al prices hn.1 .... bruises, sores. ulcers Bait raeum, fever $10 for her return.. She :will lead' re-election to the office of city treasurer. I 5.' S :-- *'IfI<. ,'- 1 1I'orallayor. !
'- ,.hear4 of before. .Ve sores, totter, chapped hands chilblains, like horse.. cau only point to my past record and ;_ z4'-:: ForaXarsbat, : ..
T mean busiI corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively I a, guarantee that in the future the:duties of ': .- ForaCjarfc. ** SS S
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\ i"; ruby_, Stgrnburg_ & Co.. cures piles,or no pay required. It GROCERIES., -Every delicacyfor the office: wilt be faithfully performed '-r.- ;. ': ". <"- '. Tor&TuAaor.TwthreeA2d&tasu.For a Treaanrer. .. ;", S\ 'SIeES-izidT ,
iLE is guaranteed to give perfect satisfactionor asiutliepaiL: I respectfully ask lite support S ,., :' .
t t:6 CUIUP-One -S % -v.
the be found \ J\
$ nearly new money refunded. Price 25 cents per holiday. .can, at of my friends i nd fellowclUxeac.Ripans .' S Ii.wime.s. .whereof I hereaato sat BUT haM I'D5k

4; S.-noii A. U skeye mowing machine box For.sale by Starke Drug Co... Trnby Sternbnrg & Co's. S -W-, ....'..-.. :. S t .'- '-S. and IfoT .az inbsrA.D.18t the aM of said v': 'low::: .thi*'1:Jr;:.?.. day': of -5- S
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Tlie. rrldeat Uwa eaten Into a long dlerutioa Jan Mtb. 1894 will be 10,000,000. __ keep warm, with coal so highfMrv Do You Wishthe '

4 }- a* to the probable effect of a change la The eomrnUsioMr of pension believe that If V Binks'You think of the fact .

4 I. our tariff iJS&e& the ptennt legIslation and method 'are maintained Ms uf tte Mi (WensBi Into'Pithy that :I can't get jou a new bonnet, and ?

f ,,. V 0) GOOD TmuWTTB, KXtOHaOB and ,farther additions to the pension Pll think of the outrageous price of coal

Tb* eomplieatod and threatening difference iws an at mad lbs maximum upnctr .ami FoiMM ParagafrInterestiir and then we will both boiL'sky. Finest Brand <

A., GENERAL 1EVIIW OF THE. wllj Germany aad Kogland. in relation to tar pennon w*n.u, 1&d 0 V .
Samoan aflair; with ZngUod la relation the em be a the lE' .OW ..

4- NATION'S AFFAIRS. leaf Cberyaad la tb* Bebriag tea. and with ,VtlAf 9ACOT0 BAILXOAB.la "* lutnetlT to All W1Ie or what "Why the good skip-, V .
I Chin oat if the Baltimore affair, have board of her
.J growing V and If there Is on
a passenger
I called Cake
% :: ,, bon adjected. all aa .. adO ,aaBeaclen. unprovided with that grand preventive of seasickness ?

; There hare boa agotiat4 and oo cladd ..f order.Jn. &wa V and all disorders of the stomach, ..
thelorernment V
fWoo I under eeetlon S of the tariff law, commercial 8teeuary s c "t
In It* the liver and bowels Hostettert Stomach Bitten -1'
i agreement relating to reciprocal 'trad with lo.w VDo
ot Cwoiatlii lor all Branches the following conn trie*: Brad Dominican Pacific Railway. eDlo r- r Prof. John Strong Newberry, one of an we have to say is, he or she comparable>s very on-to It is conceded that the Royal Baking Powder.!
ha submitted There Is nothimr
Republic, dpaln for Cuba and 1'orto Rico r a Yr t nl giving the mart'eminent geologist of the country thonght'uL malarial fever,rheu-
this medicine in ca-es of
. at that!dminixtr tin1i. Gu teat t>nU Britain, Salvador Set certain, the"Wet Oraaa Indian cooniesend empire! e upon eUDtormtlol the eompan j'*property A nd* Its r, U. died In New Haven' Conn., Thar matkm,nervousness and loss of ttrengtn. the purest and strongest of all the baking powder*!"
.. W*must deal with the question a*w* find It d-y. the '
- t British Ooanla Xlcaragna Honduras,and Chicago Hi.,ha begun a canal to cost 130- Thepurestbakingpowdermakes finest'swee&|
: AattnaHongiry.Of ad take that course which will under existing ,Wilson G. Hunt a wealthy capitalist, 000,000,which is to carry large vessels from_the
s tonditioa ben secure the interest of the lakes to the Mla-lasippL est most delicious food. The strongest baHngriow-
Of then those wita OnaUmala. Salvador, the of New York died aged ,
United State I recommended tact WedneldtYI
German empire,_ Great Britain, Niearagea, my sauna eighty He was D more One for week will of V V -
) ft night a cure any case
that commission be der makes the
f moMage appointed to
lightest food.V
X of the Met '
| A Condensation Important Honduras aad AoctrU-Rungary have bea eoa- snd financial institutions than other man Oonitip- r-8"11 BUa Beans.
teal with this question I enew that recommendation any ,

tie:l Features. of-the Message.If eluded- *since following my at itatittic annual*bowing mewagTh the*. Increase and suggest that the commissIoner in this country. Ever; man hates his own sin when ho Thaf baking powder which is both purest andS

i. of trade the Cait4 Stats bai mad with eoun- be given fall power.uacarrAny. The London Morning Post says the sees it in another.
AOBICCLTUBB. makes the most digestible and wholesome
. P4SEft 'f triM having reciprocal s nement *, amounUagtoEU34,25 report of Emin Pasha's death hasbeen strongest
- I Pains from indigestion quickly relieved with
The proldent praise the efficiency of lbs d*>
: received in London. According to one dose of Kile oeana$m fli. food.
of and
f tact and
agrtcnltnr give
4 ",treaty providing for the arbitration of the Mrtment
Aranraros,:i b.C.,December .The ptwlemf betwrevGreat Britain sad the United Igon why It should be n tained. He then the report Emin was killed last March It is the cowardly dog who is always ''i'

$mw afcce,eabrartng over fifteen tkaosaadwords Bute as to tb kining of seals la the Bearing aeate at length with quarantine Inspection and near Thin river by Manyemaen. showing his teeth. Why should not every housekeeper avail herself J]

vu read >o both branches of cops. tea wu concluded on the 29th of February last. regulations; says tIuc a liberal appropriation Jacob B. Crowell, an aged and wealthy of the baking powder which will give her the. best
be mad cholera
should to
: today. Ibis treaty wa aecempaaled by an agreement prevent gaining a citizen of Greencastle Pa. lost $5- BajMale P&ckagsMalled Free .
foothold In this country next tpring.H Address SauM Bile Beans > York. .
the arbitration -
senag pending
prohibiting plllagle
Tail foilowinj 5 I aa mterutfDC and uunifeaiexd also urges restricted Immigration .pe- 000 by a three card monte man Thursday. food with the least trouble? ,
effort made
and WIt
a vigorous during
' nuUoa of)0w point nftntir it.ipTine.d the season to drive out all porehlag sealers from sully for the pre Dt. It was the usual game of a stranger' want No matter where laith wolKs it always : f

- -k: .W meaa.p the Bebring sea.. V I He refer In retina of prats to the work already ing to buy his farm.A steps on a rock. Avoid all baking powders sold with. &If t:
dn the World's Fair.
.To U. *."ct.ant Bovtt Then follows a statement showing tbe nasnecesafid on Cincinnati special of Friday says: An interpreter in tbe employ of the government -
4 ... of Jtfpreunt&ti He next deal with matters pertaining to the V '
effort to establish closer trade relation Enis island speaks fifteen, languages.A at lower *hnn the
Xa tabmlttlnglmy annul menage to ooagreai with Canada. District of Columbia. An expert accountant who has been investigating on or prize, or a price ,

I bar treat citftfacfloa la H recommend that take the books of the local freight f 'f'
being able to la' congress semi action Chile Kajeye as they invariably contain alum lime '
,that the ftnf.ril conditions affecting tae THE TKOCBLZ WITH CBILI.OOCoagreaa.ac far the protection of railway employee in department of the Louisville and Nashville .or ,1 .V*

nercUI and indottrlat interact of UM Uaft4 the last session wu kept advisedof wepling and braking of can. railroad, has discovered shortage The pleasant flavor gentle action, and sooth phuric acid and render the food unwhoI 1.;

State are In. tbe greatest degree favorable. A tb*progress of tne serious. and fur'a time The civil service commluion ask for an intreaaod .- of lug effect of Syrup of Figs when in need of B
oonparUon of %& mon favored period la tat threatening! appearance between the United appropriation for needed clerical as- $45,000.The mother be :
hlrtory of the of-tmtry win,X believe akw thai States aid Chill. It gives me now great gratlfieation ttetanc. which be think should be given. Lackawana Iron and Steel Company laxative, an lit the or costive Certain protection from alum bakingpowders |

M high a degrsvj of prosperity, and to general report' that the Chilian government IDa orB ELECTION LAWS. at Scranton, Pa.. on Saturday.shut or bilious the most gratifying results follow ; .
a difference of iae comforts of life were MftII most friendly ana honorable spirit bu tea i depression it is the best remedy be had to substitute
I ban In each of the three annual messagei down its north steel mill owing to a its use; so that family by declining accept any forthriJ '
K before enjoyed iy our people.OCE d red and paid all an indemnity to the families
in the steel rail market. Over known and every family should haw a
ef the sailors oflie Baltimore wbo which It ha heeD my duty to submit to congrm -
TOTAL WZAX.TK. which is
Tbe.total of the were killed Del to those who were called attention to the evils and dangen one thousand employes are thrown out bottle. Royal, absolutely pure.P1KW .
u fth country la I860 was .
16,16'.CI6OO ;. B90 Ie amCMIated eo $21S,. Injured la the outbreak la the city of connected with our election methods and practice of employment.A Ice is now used to preserve cut flowers. Salt V ,'ja

00.000, an Inc}of 97 per cent. Tbe total Valparaiso the lam of ';1soo. This has been of the*u national they an government.related to the choice of officer special of Tuesday from Hot Springs, mixed vi ith ii e ia maid to answer even better. V

nuteace of rall,ajs in the United Statee fawa U. accepted not only uaa Indemnity for a wrong Ark., states that Senator Gibson is slowlybut Nantahala-S100 per share. Every two shares NOTES. Sore to See ffiiu
hat moet evidence thai .
dona as a gratifying TRI FOSCX BILL AoL'c.In V
*30,636; lnl 4a per cent;a rFI| it II eaUmate4 that tbere win the government of Chill rightly appreciate the my last annual message I endeavored tc surely sinking, Cc.for prospectus A.J.McBride,Atlanta Ga. .
: ,- ,-. be about four t: ol1UDd mile of track added by tlspositte of this government to act la a spirit Invoke serious attention to the evil of an unfair friends are calmly waiting the end. He You can never grade the cattle unless Mrs. Bilkins- -" Good'.t U
of the mot absolute fairness aad friendliness still remains conscious and has Instructions An incandescent lamp without filament is up "
the close of the;rear 1892. The official ntone I apportionment for congreis. I cannot given better animals for breeding. letter from Couslki George. -
> ef tbe eleventh:crew and thou of tbe _ell la our interior with that brave people.'" class this message without again calling attn< regarding his burial. the next electrical improvement promised. you use Mr. Bilkina-"Hnhl Who careT

eonco for 75 IcAdioc cities far(be basis f01 The message speak of our relations with Lion to th***grave and threatening*vil*. I had The time has gone for keeping a steer '
the following clomparisoai; : Hawaii and the importance of the projected hoped that it Val possible to secure a non-pai A broken tire on the Wagner sleeper untiLhe is four years old before sendingto him f" V

fJt THt! CAMTAL cnrUTZD.In tub marine cable.razTBoaBLB. than Inquiry by mean of. coinmteslon Alvi, on the New York and Montreal market. Mrs. Bilkins-"Ehl Why, heV

-1880 the effpiial lavetted la maaofaetario WITH ITALY. into lviii the existence of which te knownto express bound north, threw the cars intoa Chicago, and his house is close -ft*.!

WM t.232,839d:0.. In 120 the capital laveetadfa The friendly act of this government la expressing all and that out of this ditch twenty miles south of Burlington Deafness Can't be Caved Stock that is continually tempted by Fair grounds, and it'i the very pta*>"?

U1&tEfactnIlng wu ,2,900 .. In tUG to the government at Italy Its reprobation might grow legislation from Vt., Wednesday. Of ten passengersin BT local applications as they cannot reach the weak fences should not be blamed for us to go nest summer. .1 wrote to"

tbe number employee, was ,. la 1890tb of abhorence of the lynching of Italian which all thought of partisan advantage should the two coaches, seven were injured; rtftuMmiq portion of the ear. There is only one becoming "breachy." telling him we were all just dying I

aomber oremployeee; wu 2J231.1S4. la 1888tbe subjects in New Orleans ty the payment of .. bo eliminated and oily the higher thought ap. none killed.i way tional to remedies.cure deafness Deafness and. that is caused IB by constitu by an inflamed A box six inches high and two feet him and his lovely family. I -in
the and
t canned franc or $24, 30.90 was accepted by the play of maintaining freedom purity of
.agel were S50i,9raTT8. IA 1M the 125,000 condition of the mucous lining of the
I wajtea earced rrere flt22U70.4M. la lUG the kIng of fIshy with every manifestation ot ballot and IbO equality of the elector without A Baltimore special says: The annual Eustacnian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed qtiare kept filled with clean, dry what he says. Read it; rill too"

value of tte product.fj2.771.S79.890.. la 189U gracious appreciation and the iacleent bu been the guaranty of which the government could congress of the national prison association you nave a rombiinx sound or imperfect dirt makes a good dust bath.Don't VOU8." 6 j-!"

[, tbe value cf LI..product wu $4,800,286437. hlgblo proAotive of mutual respect and good never baTe been formed and without the con. of the United States adjourned hearing,and result when it is entirely closed buy a cow with high head and Mr. Bilkina (reading-"'M!.:
daafnaa*ie the and unless the
rnflnTn- '
ttnuanee ot which it cannot continue to exist in
Tbe mesag*goes Into every d.ta11.bowinl will. V Wednesday to meet in Chicago a year m.atiaIL can be taken out and this tube restored eyes starring from sockets. She is off in Cousin: You will soon have a <
:1' tb. tnrreue ib tbe comber of ware earner and Tbe recent disturbance of tbe public peace peace and prosperity. hence. The session has been interesting, to its normal,condition hearing will be disposition and will be a loser.If see us all once n.ore. :hue renthouseand
the money patl It,l.o tbowt the Inereue by lawless foreign marauders la toe Mexican BOXXST XLXCTIOSS. destroyed forever nine cases out or ten are you .

the number orlRctorlt. of all, kind the,baveVETT frontier have offered this government opportunity It te tim that mutual charge or unfairness though nothing of unusual importancewas oaoaed by:catarrh which,is notning but an inflamed ducks can have a free range during we shalt make'' yon i?
2 b stuflt. to testify it* god will tor Mexico and done. condition of the mucous surfaces. long visit next. aummer. -New
time two
and fraud between great parties should We wilt give One Hundred Dollars for the day and comfortable quarters
MILLS. Its earnest purpose to fulfill the obligations of toaio and that the sincerity of thai, who The architect of the treasury any Weeldv.V "
OOTT03T pro- supervising case of deafness (caused by catarrh that we at night they cm readily be kept
Of the cottO'l1 l..tJ I the prf8ll.cttTS: Of the International friendship by pursuing aal1 d1a- fell a desire for pure and honest election in his annual report, requests cannot cure by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. hen!thy. PoTTosZ ." i
1Dl the evil doers. he of Bud for circulars free. LTCCHBOX SWEET
be ten their
forty cotton tnt I bar l per should brought tOt willlng-
ii tfio southern *%'. ttIy-cn. )Ir. A. B. Sbeppenna been
of the New Yftkc tloa f xcluc; einiL.ie the The message then goes Into minor tronbles methods from everything that tend States courthouse' and postoffice at Savannah Sold by Druggists. 75o greatest regularity. An hour's time out : and salt dip in beaten ..gin aar

I Dumber of rrorkirj; ftj-iuOIe in the L'uliedStateon with small principalities the majority of which to impair the public confidence can be sold. An act of congress or the way is harmful to the cow every hot butter. Take up, and sift"
Sej-tcmlor I, ISJA d 25O.GJOau laorM hare been amicably adjusted. International In the announced result The necessity for aa on January 21, 189, contains an erroneous pounded crackers.

eofG 0tOO over the yi ar l 31. The oon. copyright have been establIshed between this Inquiry and for legislation by congress upon description of the property referred time.Next ;.1\

amptlea of Cotton Atnirie:n jniU. la U91. country Italy and Germany. this abject 'is emphasized by the fact that the to. to the Jersey Red, the Poland

wa 2.396VXK)i le*. aD') In ItM 2, MOH balu The message commends the Nicaragua eaaaL tendency of legislation in come states in r- China breed is considered to rank highestin
aa incrtaM oi 188HO( bale Marten relating to the present Internationa sent yean has in some Important particular A London cablegram of Thursday says:. ee II.w I Wrote Ben flat,- regard to hardiness and ability to resist p
Monetary Conference are discussed at thispoint. been away from and not toward tree and fair The master cotton spinners of the Southern told by Gen.Lew\Vallace4s one scrap IrOJD the
sosrx LAO nocxu.Tbe voluminous and superb programme or eminent disease.
ilections and equallpportionmeDt.I'1LZZ Lancashire have convened another
m MAf'.then got Into figurti oa-aew tina The president says: "The :'free-coinage of BALLOT A3CD TAEEl OOUXT. conference in view of south and northeast writers Yi-vth't C"mrvin\and interesting announces.articles It which retains 1M its The c ilf: is not so stupid as he looks. OSUN

d tin put plant Messag then rf*r*to and lilver upon an agreed International ratio would It te now tim that we should com together Lancashire joining the lockout. place in 550,000 families by the versatility and When his.mother fails to answer his demands .-

give figareAof labor eoaunlMlontri of New greatly promote the Interact of our people and upon th* high plan of patriotism while WON the Instructiveness of its Rj-nernl articles,the he gives her a "milk punch and I
York and J. llachllMttL Bnows laonaetdprodactioool The southeast masters are endeavoring to high character of all its stories the brightness POLISH
equally those of other nations. tovte method that shall secure the right of
into their ot Its Illustrations. Then it comes every week the old lady comes down.
pig Iron, B Mem.r lagot and THX TBXASCBY. wry man qualified by law to cast a free ballot bring other masters movement.In deal for $1.75 a The
B ***mer cuel n.Ua.nD'OJal Report of the secretary of the treasury ben and give to every such ballot an equal value in the meantime there is increasing suffering price and-one sent gets at once great will entitle yon to year.the paperto Light hogs prepared for early market Do 10t3.JJIcIlftll

: AJTD xzroan. follow Itibow* that the problle debt bu thocelag our public officer and in directing: among the cardroom and other January, !.. Address THE YOUTH'S C'ox- 'are often far more. profit than if kept with 1'Mtes.Zn.ma aad Paint'- .

Tbe total vfilneof oar forelga trade (expert been reduced since K rcb 4, 1889, 1259,074.200 he policy of the government. works in the ilgamation. P. :UOlf. Boston. :Mass. until later when prices are low because of bend*, Injure*Iran and burn:is MLTheBisiBSiaatovFoUsli r"

aad ImpcrM of merenaadlM) dorioc tile last and the annual Interest charge 9U.684.4fca Law te not less luoh.but more where It tuurp William Ramsey a pioneer farmer of A SORE THWOAT OR Cor/OHf if suffered to the rush of fresh pork. -Dnrsbts.sad the_.._
fl ca1 year wu |l, J7.i80.6I. aa therMal of Then bat been paid ont in pensions by the ih* function *f the peace officer sad of&be progress often results. ID anji"cnra- Im throat or.v..kerwnk every IIILSS V ) :
',,! 4 orer ChI prevlona fiscal year. prt sent admInIstration te November 1. .1892 warts. Sunman, Ind., eighty years old, met or lung trouble. JSrown't Bronchial Troctutn The wheels of the mowing machines

The value of our export daring tbe ficU .64.1T1I. SA exseas of |114.468,." overturn Tan LYirOHIXO OF HXOEOrS.Th with a nv.st horrible death Thursday !LYe instant relief. are made use of for constructing low-

year irti rebd the bigbeet apn In the bl*. expended daring the period from March I, frequent lynching of colored people ac- night. Ramsey had made ready to kill! Our old reliable eye-water cures weak or In-. down wagons with wide rimmed wheels SsssssSS

t017 of the tovcrameat amonnung | ,-. 18&5 to Moreu 1. :. Under the exl.tlng tariff mud of crime i*without the excuse which hat some hogs and went into the pen to flamed eyes or oranulated lids without pain. that prove to be just the thin-?. -
278,148 exceeding b111t5.m.the of law Tbe fcay. 99J.OM.OOO hu gone Into Price25c.John R.Dickey Drug Co..Bristol va. iHS .
export message :
tomctime been urged by mobs for a failure to- drive them out. A large and vicious : $
1891 and exeeedlag the value of tbe Imports b, tb i_keu of the people which would have method for punishment Provide plenty of bedding for the pNM.
pursue the appointed boar attacked Ramsey, threw him down rOB tick headache dizziness or swimming 1
the winter
1101.I150681. qt.eruIte gone into the treasury. accused hav undue inflo.no In the head. in sheep during so as to keep A T.
If crime that the an his flesh pain the back body or rheumatism .
The Ilion of thooatry for the fiscal year ending June and began tearing from the the wool out of the and the .
BCMag great prosperity Tee revenue *over oarw and Juries; each acts are a reproach ,take Beecham's Fills.Ifr dirt at same ,far All :
corfaparug t&e trade on the ZHtrol 3V I8d2, from all sources were, '' .!*0.22, to the*njnmaaity when they occur andS bones. He was rescued but died in a time it will aid, to keep the sheep dry

river to ho'.that a*much builaen wa don and the expenditure for all, purpose were far a*they cfi be mad the subject of juri- short time. I BtNi Mt mf
en that river In leaving a balance of 8sJ.9lt.4a3.66. A well known Australian wool grower
ai Liverpool. Another ladlea $U.\15: .,806.66 diction the strongest representative legislation P. White of Kansas '
tioa of the proprliT of the oonatrj i* food There wa* paid during the year upon the publc: a demanded. A publio sentiment that will Henry City, raises 200 acres of -rape for his sheep

{*tbe fact t1aa. the nuabw of depositor laearing debt $.0.60,1..1.98- Sustain the officer of the law in resisting mob Kansas, a member of the board of trade, and he speaks in the highest terms of its DitNV

*bank*menaced from _810 la 1340,to Oar receipt from customs duties fell off and In protecting accused persons in their custody has bought 1.000 acres of. land near that value. He has fattened twenty sheep ; .>
.. 4,2A$3In. 180 aa lacreaj of 418 per cent 2OOJ.241.08. while our receipts from internal should be promoted by every possible city, on which he proposes to colonizeall acre on his field. ft A Tellable con for '- f
pnsrny,art SAW rxiou.ha .. .e;DUe Increased '84,828.13, leaving the net IDeU& of the negroes of the town into a Blood Poison 1
nen IlI-er been a tim la oar hlrtorj loss o! revenue from these principal source Th officer who give his life in the bran dte- self-supporting villtge. The colored V V. ; V If you have barb wire fence around laaodShio 44z ..

I whoa workwss *o abuaoant or wages wore as t3V.b4,427.t3S. The net los of revenue from all charge of this duty i* worthy of special honor. element of Kansas. City, Kinsts, is in a your pasture it may pay to tie scransjot -t .tonic foTjiHcataWaod

high; whether manrd by the evrreaey lawaloa .ource wj* 932,878,972.81. Xotoaeon need to be so urgently impressed baa and with the of bad tin or EOE!<} other sutataoptfTo the wires Chfldreslt heassx :
they ar*pat4 or by their power e*npplrth The revenue, estimated and actual for the upon our people a* this that no worthy end or way, to prevent the a1ifinals from running ____j-
*aecoMarle and oomiora of Of* II Is true tiDe 1 year ending June 30. 1893 are placed by MM can he promoted by lawIe.*n M. weather will be almost all pendent on it without it. SBeJafponlyiIneiaitai >.. r
th&t the rr.trket prices of cotton .4 wheat tbe secretary at $463,338.310.44.sad the expeaJi BABBISOX'B LAIT SAT. the city. The houses probably will be against seeing < ".-::

hays been ow. it II ODe of the eafavonbl tures $&61.336.zao., showing a sorpla of receipt nil exhibit of the work of the executive do put up at once. Scaly legs are eyesores. With such SA treatise on Blood I V,

laeldenu of agrtcultar that the f;.eaaao, *over expendltores of 92.000.000. The cubc frtmnt te submitted to congress and to the simple remedies as applying vaseline or *mailed ruse OBI V :
1 A Brussels of
produce fcoa order Be malt owaBdrnp h I alanoe in tbe.treasury at the end of the public la ti>* hop that there will be found in it cablegram Friday says: lard, to which a few drops of carbolic S Bngotalt 1'

la igaoraoq of the aggregate prcduetion of the Cwra!year it 1*estimated WlJ be $2002J77.Q3 a da sense of responsibility and an earnest par The bimetxlist delegates are irritated at acii has'been added there is swwLVAWQMAIV '

..1.i fear and If peculiarly taoagbUe to ta*dpr Tucse estimates are bued open a continuanceof pen to maintain the national honor and to the indefinite and double dealing courseof no excuse OraasrS.;! V
elation wbScn follow ortr-prodnction. the present law*. promote the happiness and prosperity of all the British delegation, a majority of: for their presence in a well kept flock of :

Tb valve of our total fan prodact has la- TBX ABXT. ear neopl,and this exhibit of the growth and whom seem anxious to prevent any result poultry. SSSOV.

.reued from |.e46Jb4 In fled to f4jNeoe,. The president refers only briefly to the reportof prosperity of the country will give a* a level except failure, of the deliberations % The chaff from wheat is one of the = '
eoe la 1891&II estimated St&UIUdInIn. from which the increase deradeaee _
of sa by the secretary of war.showing tbe Importance to note or of the conference, while at the same best materials for use on the floor of the ..
per that nw tegteUtiv policies may bring to
n TKK PUT oonmr. of establishing. strategic pasta sad sad a complete time endeavoring to hoodwink India and *. Sarah, Jfuir poultry house. Keep the chaff dry and
m'xatlom the Infantry artillery
If anyidiooiiteBUdwita; their stats.. reorp oraacheeef the service a'o the eonitructioasf There to n*reason why the national influence, the strong bimetalist sentiment in great Of Minneapolis. under cover. It not only permits of easy

If 111 bt n tbat wages or prices taotetarai heavy gun and coast!... pewer *nd,roprtty should not observe the Britain, by a pretense of sincerity.A **I was for a long time a sufferer from cleaning of the house, but nets as an absorbent vosy Uttle .-

for booce1 IoU an IDadtqa&&e tboyaboaM Del THB ATTOKSBT QESTEBAI. am.raise of laereaae that baTe characterized New York dispHtch of Friday states Female Weakness and also serves as litter in which Ia7 id uflvlSICK-
fall to rraunber that tar ie no other fbi pest thirty yoan. We carry the great 1m- the hens scratch for food.A .
oovatry The president refers briefly te that the Florid Central and Peninsula and tried many remedies and physicians to no may V V
la the world where the coaoltioa that the report 01 p l**sad teenae et thou yean into the futon. '
them bank would not tie accepted seem to the attorney general extending to him great road.has succeeded in placing its bondsto good purpose. One bottle of Hood's Sarsapa Urge crop of apples! may be grown I

prosperou. Tb XnclUh agrlciUtartot aa highly would p*'ie for his seal and Intelligence 4J.pla1e41r There ie no reason why la many lines of pro- build toe extension to Savunnah witha riDs made so great a difference In my condition "he;> a hive of bees is stationed Ja the. o .. ,. .

tie glad to,i exchange the returns of at*labor tee toetion w*mould not surpass all other nation syndicate headed by Vermillye & Co., that I took three bottles more and foun orchard. The p llen is rubbed from' DATA
tkbM of the Amcrioaa THB rOSTXASTBB OK3TXBAI U we have already don la some. There are no myself perfectly well. I have also givenHood's
farmer and tao Man The at about 92}. These bonds will be i a their bodies against the pistil of thou
cboitcr president praise very highly the rep onf Mar frontjen to oar poeubl developmente.jtetrognnlon .
workmen their
wage* for these of their the postmaster general. would be crime.BU.I.AJlIJr cancel mortgage on the whole property at Sarsaparilla sands of flowers which thus become fer. aad yt the* ire f aw illii**** <
follow at fall& .*'. Itoilv* that lbs a to medical
pro. op
tcUT* tcm.which ha now for eocnMBtag Tbe postal reTInues hare Increased dorinf IlanaIson the rate $10,000 per mile, enough being U>the children, and find that iLkeeps them in tilized. Many of the strange feats of go,.of the utinost1m

nor thE thirty yean conbaaouely pwraUodm the lasl year nearly $3,000.000. The deficit fot Executive Mansion. reserved to take up the underlying bonds: good health." MRS. SARAH MCIR 308 Six. hybridizing: varieties are due the agencyof *bonl4lw *be at haud. Ourtaf*." *.",

oar JeijUUtiaa,ha ba a nighty tnatrnmrat the year eadlag June ao. 1882. Is 984P.M1, lew December 6th 1832. and first preferred cumulative stock. teentb.Avenue,South Minneapolis, Minn. bees. V taa *-

r for the dcvlopmeat of our national wealth sad than the deficiency of the preceding year. They will probably be offered to the Hea4'4 Pill cure alt Liver Ills. V V SOCIYV.

.. moat powerful agency In proucting the There have been added 1.590 new mall routeiloving public in the early part of the V .. -. Seeded Further Instructions. V
homes of!our worklagmea from the Invasion the year, with mileage ef 833 miles ant BIG MISSISSPPI FAILUREIn year.A there baa been BO instate* np.
of want.{ I bar eiq a mot solicitous Interest total umber of miles of mall trips added dor Washington dispatch of Thursday case hare aot hiss ssseesHg i

i to prewiT to our working people rates eI lAIC the year Is nearly seventeen million Which the ItabUities Exceed Four says: Orders have been issued at the Driving the Brain Prison WarJen-"It'e just been found

wag** tbitt would not only Kite dally bread,but Tbepr.sldenfrefeuyey favorably a law Navy department placing the warship] i ut that yon did'nt commit that crimeyou'v PROMPTLYIf
making American ships ot commerce float the Hundred Thonsand Dollars.
supply aj! ooatforuble for the .
margin tboee BOOM at
American flag aad be commanded by American Chicago out of commission. She is now expenseof been in for all these years and so V
vent fttiractlda wfehout; and which family lire i comfort* neither hopeful sad enjoy.nor '!.. heaviest.A Greenville mercantile, Hisa.failure, special says recorded : The at the New York Navy yard and will be the Body. V the governor lias pardoned you" ,

IL TEl SCCBBTIST OF THB 3.1.Yr. ever placed in the dock to undergo a general V Innocent JIan.''Urn-I'm pardoned
wet. ,
Tny are .American eltlsen.a of While
part in Ybzoo Miss. Delta occurred Tuesday we drive ae use of a siasie box ot as
tb treat people fur whom our constitution The report of the secretary of the navy ex ( ) overhauling. New boilers will be placed aID:Il' esebrstsd

and yriment.were framed and Instituted albltigre.it progress la the construction of when the great wholesale house of in her. The New York has been ordered the < brain we Prison Warden"" --! but don't go

L and It oinnot be a perrcnloa of that constitution or new .,. When the present secretary L. & N. Wilchinski closed its doors and to proceed to Cramp's ship yard, Fhila must build yet. I'll have telegraph for further in- DR C.
to tu their aonaet filtered upon his duties three modern with it up V
the firm
i ro legUUte as to preserve only steel carried into bankruptcy to be fitted out and then structions."
the con fort. Indej cudeacr, loyalty sad MOM veuel were in commiition. The vessels since of VVilchinski & Barnes at Barnes Land. delphia, assigned the body. Ex- .
in to the North Atlantic station as lanccent Man- "What about?*
of Jat.I'f'Ith"goveram.ntwhicbare CMeatiato put eummiMion and td be"put in commiMignsoring UVEap
good clilzenabip in pec, and which will the winter will make a total of nineteen ing. Wilchinski A Beisera, at Erwin the flag ship of that station.A ercise, pure air f Prison Warden-''Seems to me that

bncg tLU ktaivart tbroag.a* in to the d.- Swing lib administration of the depart went. Station, and George Wilchinski, of New York special of Wednesday '-foods that to.isiclerin' that you hadn't any business iay be praened a*i
1I tense the when it atuiled. It i not During the current Greenville also came into the failure. wiled to any addnaeoapostaie
oq flag i* year un war vessel and here .
In the matter of the Central Rail make you ought to pay the state for amg. _-
: your
my !porpos to renew. bus the argument In three aay tag have been launched and dur. The total liabilities will reach nearly says healthy flesh-refreshing board." V PurchoC Pfl

I favor oC a protective &an!. log the four yean twenty.flve vessel will have $4OOOOO, of which about $200,000 is preferred way and Banking Company Georgia, sleep--such are methods. When core the tennlii*anlota, Ttstt

THE KZSDLT OF TBX XLXCT1OX. been launched. V Two other large chip and a 'and secured by selling the extensive full conferences having been held between loss of flesh, strength and nerve 'WWWW1MENSTRUATION- *oa the Dr.awrkec.C. MeLsWaUJ wejtetdao <
The reult of tb election be torpedo boat are under contract and the wtrkapon the committees appointed and the 0 manufactured -
S *roc-at must accepted stock of goods in their store become oslj by' -
M having introduced a MW policy w** them will advance rapidly ana tbe four end receiver and counsel for both sides, the apparent your physician I IS
must arHunw that the present tariff coMtruct- monitor are awaiting only the arrival of their with books, notes, etc., $72,000 plan of reorganization of the system has will.doubtless tell you that the -
armor, which have been giving deeds of trust on leal estate in wth a woman of health
rd unexpectedly delaytd .
upon lbs l.nea of protection to to be repealed quickest builder all three isScott's passes
been This
hnd that ttvr 1* to b* substituted for It or they would hive been before this in commit' i hit section. It is understood that attorneys agreed upon. plan will make off in due time without pain or discomfort

-a tariff taw constructed colaly with reference U lion. for the unsecured creditors will the stocks and securities of greater value ; but when she approaches this

nft.u f;that no duty U to be higher because Tbe president praise tile efficiency of Secretary i attach property, refusing to recoinize the than the present quotations, and contemplates Emulsionof crisis, MONTHLY with a-frail constitution
tb. bctuue .11 t."p upen an American IDIU 01 the Tracy and refer with pride to the fact thai putting the road in good physical and feeble health she endangers I

keep bat that the In every wares cue of aa such.m.rlCtG a rat of workman doty Is to, The United adoption State of a 1 torpedo*once more and a the.naval discovery power.ol" sale.The failure was forced by malicious sound condition financial, and tasis.the whole system on a Cod Liver Oil, which not only both her physical and mental powers.V ccThr.s

be tmpjMil a* .ill Lrh.C'to the treasury of the smokeless powder ha worked wonder la out rumors circulated ten days ago that they creates flesh of and in itself, but

ta1tedJS_ tea,tHe 1ar. *& return*,of r** aue.MVit sew navy. had filed, coupled with the fact that A special cable dispatch of Thursday; stimulates the appetite for other BRADEI ELD'SFEMALE

ECJTUBX THE TABIFF.Tb SECBETABT Of TaB UTKBIOB. they hud large investments in land and from Brussels says: When the international ., foods. S Covea<

toateatloa bu not teen between 'chd. The work of the interior department Is always short crops and tht failure to collect bills monetary conference adjourns at Prepared b7 Scott.1. N Y. All dru.uiIt& Sold by i

vie* bjit between jrluclp'-e anJ It .lanl iUd. before very borfeiwome. baa been larger than ever kiwi embarrassed them aDd the rnaors of the end of next week, it will V probably 0 ____ REGULATORif L
be ofltMatv) to ugRrl tbtt tb* prvvkliinf Noble.during the administration of Secretary failure, destroying their credit forced leave the resptctive governments represented V -
party will Boj rrlatu If Ri Utlon Vie prtnci1 The disability tendon law the taking ,. *
to decide whether
of the eleventh the failure.WANAMAKER'S. or not it shall a few days before the
1 It : to census the opening of vis' monthly
> *aCrooated by and tt let given
anal of Indian reassemble in January. The American .skkflessVsets in and continued until
1. the ptopland.| thcttriS bUlpa Mdby ta* lands to settlement the organi 1.ugust.Flower
S aouM if npineatatlv nation ot Oklahoma the regulation for the and other bi-metalio delegates will try to nature performs her functions has no

ATTHB WMion. REPORT. obtain from the conference a recommendation j equal as a SPECIFIC for pailur Profuse -
Lfjrtxzuoxwero Indian land furnish some of the particular all the < Scanty Suppressed and
to to allow IrregularMENSTRUATION
M I suppose,rn ,in tii*opinion ef their of the increased work and governments '
the result achieved
WMieifil Progress in the Postal Sore : '
promoter luadeo.oat and.Ju tlttd only by thefactthjittbeaat testify to the ability, fidelity and Industry ot from a year to eighteen mouths to elapse IS Mtt eIr.
and th*bones of toprmnutlT t15l:5.oftb. department and lab efficiea Tiee of the Country. before taking any active measures toward '- >

.wcrnottaacoord .sad that. geeenlrTiioa The postmaster general's annual report changing the present currency pol t f Book to WOMAN-nailed free.
; could act thorcfer b*eadortak**.and The president seconds the endorsement CRADFIELD REGULATOR PImps Remedy i*
of theseetetary summarizes the results of the department J CO. Atlsats. Ga. Um.AV
Irco0unndodtLattb whole of tariff icy.A Best.Eeriest I to
tabjeot of the interior to laity tbe agreement showing $5,000,000 added to the One of my neighbors, Mr. John / fold oy all ..Diugg4.ta.LECTROPOtE"VICTORy.
-Tl loJB b*let to the inccalng ooBgrMe. It tomat made with the,Cherohcee.ALASSUk.. gross Washington special says: Members
;a- *r ef. 'rgre that this .work meat' hedetey4 revenues. Money order cfficee increased of the inter-late commerce. commission Gilbert- has been sick for a" long CATAR.Sold

f oat leaet tare aooth for th*threat *fora of V from 10,070 to 16,689; 263 offices were are fomewhat surprised on account of time.V All thought him past recovery. tE bydragglsworiflOc.

of great tariff cbaage;tntrodnoe ee mush nn- \Th afay ITi 1(84 government for Alaska provided wu In rss by frame eongreetsi and advanced to the presidential grade six the decision of Judge Gresham rendered He was horribly emaciated from the ." XAIENTS

'certalrty that.aatomat not IaID7..t1DIate4. aejfpoee,temperary. teen and three-quarter million miles ad- Wednesday,. declaring knconstitutiona inaction of his liver and kidneys. TIlE tha ONLY E ILSancb,
cf business laftcdon and ef diminish prodoe- IDWYDIor., ( VJLEt .'LL WAMTEI
.n.e menus of population and the develop- ditional service; t.GO new mail routes that part of the interstate commerce law It is difficult DL'IEAE$
Zion wiU : to describe his wltla 0'i :
n> II11U7.IS. It le poetlbi alI appearance ecUo::e,. or eoinralssjua totuuiole IMPencil. -
ttattaHmBnrtalatyaay ieett '..weefr meat of some important miaing .and commerrial established embracing 8,500 miles.of which provides for,compelling witnesses and 'the miserable state of his Beware of Iniiatiao Cat n OIIIf" oIIce and lnt rat4t .AgenwWANTED ink V
tarerests make it- imperative, the law new service the mail service to examine.out pa en" A book* t.i IN'Jra sw iyia xotaoaEu.sa
was asked V
; ocean answer
questions them
*.o from eerteeM dtss1 f or oev as- by the Det1Ctnn. A .
ihool4 be revIuid.bstter: avevMoas made lot health at that tiel:. Help from: rents w""tec1 in-al7 .. lotion
,dlaatej1PJllaab.. 0;:tee ,lseulii extended and the pneumatic tube service commission in ,its investigation. Th any ibIs P"Pf'r BECK k'O''. tgeii.fop&alia j-:
sad ...01.1Jae.ta. V U.pb..
arrest yit (
r 6 f eoee m Hew.C the jeotpeot' of tariff-yetae 4&d praise introduced. The postal telegraph and decision was rendered in Chicago in ana source seemed impossible' He tried in&. .'tIRa'a.Gec.rz.t.nd tneorgia F.ords. 3U ..ra.& Baud-

Ibs. .. .-...... Mth eo sMeitaslea eaoa theeoart postal telephone are strenuously advocated wer to a petition that' certain witnesses ,V your August Flower and'the'effect- V 1ww- l IjeSeut P5Pl'tri5,I tw.eet p5IittCP*:*C
- rj' ', 'This have.e4voeeetayr*. as forniei1 Mr Waramaker him.was magical. restored : ..hZa... Jolts *
; 'fl eesI.sad a.Issa-. tbeslOfthsCaeyeaoe *- says compelled to testify in 'a case where upon P'A'YENTS' ... D. C. V __M..VAl'KnASi_, V
,.1 M have their idte. .'*11II.-1.U.. that-oue.cent ,letter postage to, everyplace prominent railroad' were accused of unjust him to perfect .b: lt.t to the great :':be_'1'...:, t1ItMorbf, l
R 'ee'ftItIr.---I &n.t" .asis ss the lad .'B.0 in the world is what .
., \ the nations discrimination favoring large Chic 1g astonishment cf lit* fn lv and IIIito2Odaie.
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