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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 30, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-- .-.1KBI XZWhZo?. "... ft., to show- ,e WAV is clear,* she -"id t herself,' "It my sweet little wife who filled Z.IEBESUEDCHKK., ).i | lifelong, and the nee approach,to vital thing it iras. When thi* song; w
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them all, a a of nay all my thoughts. Your sad, reproachfulface ,' holiday he had ever was the six over he would make the"'excuse of 'thO -'

'There 0 fimIi comet the diy'ringing.murky cry itreet.at early fortora mom, ,; should have pet fet in( extt.I my plot.nnt as I saw it last was rising constantly The waning waves of sunshine wash months he .pt in Freiberg, perfecting Indi&l signal!? to her ,to.get: her around' ,

Otat Ret my fancy past these.tony bound*. even yet. morning of the eighth day she weft before my eyes. I besought heavento The radiant shores of day, hill in ming engineering., Ace on.the other' verda -And.he would

By hinting of tweet country tight ana aoumls.bon taste had b and. saw Mrs. Busk restore >ou, to my aims, that I might .Swe was young lady "good-bye., He, tell-her_ ,
say wouldn.t
there a little Mercury of the preI',- bright atone for my harshness and cruelty by a The plash : ever known very well. And now he why he do
.SrUkt-eyed.tbock-blred and 1' MI guess, ,.Ddad or have brought back this card," she life-time of devotion!" muc theiJi &goog. He Id.t
Cri the damp roll of Tribune'neath hit arm: here rgan? ," giving to the.housekeeper the bit of "And now?" ,Toicette breathed, leaning munl fa away. belittled those Freiberg months a a tht.Mayb ,when thel' e
UJB uitcnttg walit give back the shrill alarm.Mt .. The bearing Madam Keeler's ad. nearer. Soft twilight steals wth'timorous tread. factor in his present success1, and reproached he'culd tell her. He couldn't!

Homing pfapert I Morning piapert-1 ttlll- '* little inlaid "You will remember where it war Ho passed his hand over his damp fore. L To close the ebon b himself for ever having gone build any future without her being in it

JAke tome quaint bird with but one call or trill; without any up. In looking it over last night 1 head. f there. He was thinking about it a the somewhere. Then, -he to
,Tit Morning pfa.peral VorM I Morning plapert 1'-*y, ,was turning the name '}'Brw' wiitten in "I sti wish to make reparation for the And hi the darkling deeps oehei Colonel at He of Hilda and'tako her Wul'g'
bere i.aD Old accent in the cry when the hm tough away -
on' not
eyes may past. Forth flash the '
kindling other moonlight in. What would all think
Unknown this cuckoo fledgling of the street lying on the the slightest significance; but any- "You are sure, quite sure, the 'old love st lt G. ; they Ha must
But fairer those of thine
Bcgnllei my lingering Bleep with scribe tweet address of a that promises to throw li ht on for Toinette not drive my image from fa eye m springtime, and. of Hilda, leave his/work here"averything. He
Of morning pipers piping blithe and clear Keeler. mistress' ,fate should be YOU your bears?'wi Whose depth reflect the,light, father kept the restaurant where he ate had never had any.friends.tike,
youg car. i
prom tome.!Companion.imagined award or thicket neue1'01Ith. "I .ha-ep investga d." Never again," he 'answered, earnestly. > Sweetheart' his simple meal and drank his beer. He his hardworking life.. Would he :ever a

rldng CHAPTER XX.A "That folly is over. I may be your sweet- That fills my life with de divine. knew still that Hilda was the most beautiful have any such again? HildajsL'riendswere '

ness won me in spit of myself. What And guides my aright, girl he had ever seen, but he indignantly saloon e. thougM: bit-
of no value to had judged CEVE GAJ&correctly- in think does i mater am a changed man.. I each desire and fond design repudiated the knowledge and And keep
be terly. ,
/ Busk decide, Toiuette can throughlt.aI.aseoS
..Philip! Raynor'sBride 8 ; Mr., but Busk would tik the ca to hex nothing to you me may from this time forward." Goodnight. sweetheart, good night! wondered how he had ever lost his head of her beauty, .

; ba.f.ppe to ad turned tell him 'her rather found i I Again the impostor cohered her beautiful The dusk hath and the wind, over those tints of, red and white and song, went like a scarlet thread. They
i over lstessly. pale face with her hand9. She sat depe smooth-braids of yellow And all
all of Breaths soft toe h. were listening breathlessly, and she
given hope
, -OK- had, indeed up wife again in eTr this world silent and motionless until Phiip's arm Dear love Un sgh promised t go back marry was his. She had left everything and
when a young stole round her waist, and he softly -
lie her I He had '
and Keeler is some one Dulcio used Among the shadows half begged and prayed for come to him. ,
-
MAJOR"ijLLARS'' FATAL MISTAKE. Wo had just i who has been kind to her, no peredDa1ing, have you. fully forgiven me? Along the western skies.defne her promise and she had given it The'last note die on the-ar. Te
he can do no harm.to her lather's wishes who
sBad.I and against ; thought laughter
rue men were I peace happiness Now while thine eyes in sweet eclipse wa steet
pale and see .Then she drew a deep breath and looked Are little of a poor American student, and and the Colonel and the.Doctor

; BY RETT WINWOQ2X and wet set' millinery out an hour establh.hmentwas or so later. Madam a ,at him with a glance that thrilled his soul. co Dear i sumbr love, .there, le of his prmie. Tt had been a clapped. "That's a new'one',' isn't, it!"
"Yes, Philip. I have no life apart from '
as if uncertain house cot far from Fifth Avenue And sleep bath sealed thy rosy lips year ao. written, for asked the Colonel. '
CHAPTER XIX. the bell and was.shown an you. Hilda c not receive "No,",laid the Doctor 'fe about
breathe in h teter UJg'
, blood or an thy name
Leaning her hand his breast, she I'l prayer.
DEAD OB UVCfO. "It is Miss furnished reception rom upon voiced would not disobey her father, whe the straw table for another"cigar and a
I told him, in her artless way, May sweet seraphs gently woo
: When Toinette received Philip's answer hastened to She Keeler did not keep waiting the jealous ,pain and pretty misery that 01. Thy soul with visions.bright, was in his house. Her image hd grown match, "she's been hereabout t n days.
was a woman, '
- I toberl.niprudentnote, she was seated'at She h in porly.long' of driven her away from Highlands. Dear love, dimmer and dimmer,-a t She's German Frank'a ,c UiD*,and he

; T'the dinnu.table with Major Villars and sir." and rich a brocade.' cmbinaton Your happiness was dearer to me than In blissful dreams and guide thee throughThe fill hi thoughts. And now-he had met brought her out to sing ,in the) Ton,
I-GuylIknderlJle. He ce' my own, and I was ready to insule it He had broken the smallest but '
-* how shut the door and came forward, a of the never I he a_married her. Iwas,, one of the
Both gentlemen saw convulsively take To mazes
her closed over the missive. She ett's at her visitor with curious intent- any CBt. As I stood'on the bank of night promise in hi*'life.. guests. It was in church this afternoon.
fingers were Still whispering adieu
river, end had fought back the dleadfurtemptation my ,
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thi
rose hurriedly, without waiting to excuse into his cold, to destroy Madam dear love, good A little bank cf clouds had pie up Frank invited me around'to the MaUonDorie .
:; left the hrs done me this honor? she mysel G night nght from behind the tbe'whetItone. have them :
herself, and room. magirl's Keeler's address seemed oat before jagged t dinner with bat my
with smile of welcome. stld Journal.
a charming
. looked after her with dark dull Fo1m i 4 "
The Major a From its darkness other
name is thilip Raynor." my eyes as though written upon the came enggement prevent'mr accept -
: frown. lad in a sky. I,had Leen looking at her : once a flash of ing. I
mbchif he started slightly, but the convention car tat, ; twc liht Saxony
"There's cried
brewing. Busk's -
starting to follow his ward. "I must see When the still played about her rt full very morning. All at once I up DOWN) I TOMBSTONE going t ce Mrs. believe, where they came from.' She's'mighty a*
mind to to her and ask for '
Before ik go employmentunder .
she could Bonselle. "I'm 'Se
handsome
ape lightning woman-
' young regular
.that letter. lightly to touch an assumed name. I thought s'ilad. te ;
But Guy was calmer end more reason- This is wih an abruptness that sur would be rejoiced to be rid of me so easily you, BY A. S. DUAKE. 1"'Her Qretchen type-and i that voice, were,a1

Lable.' He knew how .disastrously an attempt sid.I to inquire if .Have Miss and by and by, when the divorce courts husband raised his head, and little stronger she might, have, made a'
1 to F in it by force would result. "She is you a had done their \tork, would Lackto show on the she'sas
.. dea in your employ you I.- looked the horizon around. Away' off stag but-rsuppose
r Sit do*j, ne saiLDon't be such a the g
the old love 1 had stolen. '
- alwer not at all what he intended to stupid S
1-i down the Mexican line
I fool stir say. HOT in came another -
as to up an unnecessary muss. vehemence. night twa
Not coherent but she toldit
,
seemed to on by some- a very story 'Mrs. Bonselle did not think delicate
I the write I'm'Illt b urged j .
rBut Philip Raynor is Toinette with such air of child-like simplio ty V.f / midsummerThe fh
I of UWhd-" words the out of and beyond himsel. a he said and to discuss young women who' sang In'
as lay
a Keeler that Philip never dreamed of doul I moon was round "hd ,
then? Philip cin't marry Toi- he drew bac ," she bwed. pltl1.j But he wondered tnat his own he til.. I and large and brilliant again."Oh sg saloons."I .

-, I'tjwtte,now he has saddled himself fith "No, D; I find her." ver EO like a lump of ice in his bsom. i., almost I hush! you"mae me shudder," wonder if .it's going to raIn," he;
I Mother wife. Patience, man; don't getaju.wil1 cried, "Surely I have ,not made mis- : I said, looking at the moon;iailing
and
I for nothing." the has long has she been with you? 4_ the centre of.the i Madam through her up
< gl take? he thought, self-reproachlnlly., "I t .- teeth and closed her through the luminouuky. ."rha mihr.
presumably
muttered Vii- ,
1 4'parfe the jade! Major I not week" is Dnlcie I love?" ; sky. The crystal. eyes. ,4
his, .InkiuR back iota his chair. "We've harshness and grew white and old But a little He felt impatient to get ; back to f. "I can't bear to talk about it. Only have been lightning," said Martint"aUorising. !

I borne.:*ith her willfulness and caprices impulsive child week. bad elapsed B Dulcie dis Highlands, where he would have away bis fugitive .lRe'atmopher think 1 they maybe planning a ., "I: wonder. if there are, any
; Jong enough. If she holds out and won't tender heart. Had he been laboring under a me rd'upn signals from Cochise's Stronghold. ;M1ss
all this while in she had bride all to himself. and the surround .To-morrow night we may :
marry you what will become of yon and tuif ery; and thinking Madam Keeler seemed greatly disturbed in u. beds. I don't 'Alice shall we go around and'seel"
herself in the river? lug made the town seem buta our see why a tlegrphop.rtr
: Hhoat a dollar of our own? I'llahow doubted her moutans
' a e; 'her who is master-coerce her to my I thought her< I see this lady?" he asked,eagerly, I, when told she must give up at once her cup of soft white light. doesn't come out and tho "Well, I'read your mind, 'youngman

_P .. cause she trembling a lteI is barely lovely will apprentice."It be a real. loss!" she' ex There f more moonlight in Arizona find 'out wht they do men ," thought the Colonel, as they

'wilUlII advice is," eaid Ony quietly, as he temptation a she may of a "Miss Brown has the of an laed' than in any other spot on earth. The to do,.and stop it." moved away.
the wine in h's, glass, "that Itt knew. friend I have recently lost. At least i eye ast. When the rejoined the
sipped you Heaven circumstances that make patrons were beginning to find and shadows were black and velvety, where 'Unfortunately the Apaches have yiung 'couple
1 Toinette alone. What if- Baynor does am as much. are." me admire her work. 1 must look a long .there was any possibility of a real shadow never learned the Morse alphabet," said family circle it would not havo taken a

. Tie,end d I her there.a Utter She now.will and see then this? It's herself got driven He dropped a dagger I Keeler smiled graciously, and at time "befor finding any, one to fill her .in the low town. On the Doctor's wide her hUbad' dryly. mind-reader discover that they had v it

[.'one cf.these.davs: and be as submissive groaning led the way' to a smaller* apartment place The glance that passed between Madam tipper veranda only outne could b must fee very e1bo come to a mutual und.erst4ndlag..which

j as one could wish." startled look the hal. ,. Keeler and Toinette was lost Philip. seen, with the red end a away rate," said the Colonel," for them Betokened tbe'nning of weddiojetlsIn' -

&B.knew Philip had learned of the im- sudden, Brow-fd with wonderfully He laid a crisp bank note upon the woman's up at the end where the cga tract so much information cut of such the near future.-Courier-Journal..
'
p04u7. ames.returning to the neighbor- "Think bow tast explaned has quit i hael .
lady. day hand and said: swung in a long, fringed seemingly simple signals. Nobody b
or ha. -
ibo0d JUjor/.but; At heart for once he was kept as better furious restraint as the ,Philip.tenderness, What or have not asked her to remain in the "Perhaps this wi help reconcile" you to mock. ,Mrs. Bonselle, the Doctor's wife, ever learned exactly how they do it." He Was Hit by a n Aerolite. *

,ovtrhimself. The f ict that he wished his when 3'our'e with the other apprentices." the Toinette's loss you heart sustaned. fast when was talking, talking, as ihe rocked in a "Mind-reading, said the Doctor fro "I am perhaps the only'man in ,America '

|.lift.perditiol was no excuse for mak-' drew aside a heavy, portiere with she took her \vac by beatig side in the ltte.ch which she constantly moved I his corner. who was ever hit by 'an aerolit ,,"

I ing TciueUe uncomfortable. He wonld truth.She was my hand! tit- carriage that place w ited at the door. .i fer of upsetting the boxes .of "It wouldn't surprise me at all it that said Colonel Fontaine. "I'mfa tht,
'
I*,stick to the* role] i>f l"patient. waiter he had kinder to her." a littered table within.girlish figure Thus far her plot had succeeded. Philip mignonette which were sending up were exactly, it," said Madam eagerly. life insurance business.and one-day pro

: bIa'up.'iIDhUowD t Toinette tore o open the "In spite. back was toward him but in a mo. seemed vaguely perplexed and troubled, damp, homely breaths into the light dr "Those Indians for generations and gen. cured a buzgy and drove out from'.Bed-; -

1 letter:*Uh feverish room impatience, and read .which she won he had crossed the threshold with a but he had accepted her unlmestiomngly air., Over by the other railing erations have lived 1 close to nature alia to a.farmhouse to settle ,up 'a low._ '
"Yes.
the she
I can stuggeiing.tread. as person claimed to be. the Doctor's hat they must know secrets that we It nightfall when I started home. ''
t&e.fewjinea Contained. He had re- pretty .ite was sitting, was I.
Buffered-the Still, there were other difficulties to be
fated comet .A ery of bitter dbnppoint. which she girl heard him, and spoke without overcome. She was willirg to sacrifice her white dress a the darkness. don't. There are lots of things we but the sky was clear; the .road, good, t" ; '

' ;"d broke fiom her. She had counted for her to her tell head.me,Madam Keeler,how mucn to gain ner end .omt not everything.It Her head was. sml and her hair. was laven't found out yet. You know your and I was making excellent time., I' '

i- u pan thilip's mIng. some despeiate meek and gnte ; effect of these .snow-drops with you would be of no use., to toke Dulcie's soft and dark, a reflection from a self, Victor, that often and often I am noticed that there were an unusual number

sort to-free himself fiom the galling the look ." place unless she was really Philip's wife. whitewashed home across the street jut abut to speak of a tag,when you of"shooting-j8tarjand 'some. 'of:remarkable .
another.
chajns whkh bound him to
; that might' held hat ] The "I have a strange request to make," she her delicate rather take of lips. do im- '", ** '* :1\
iU i!is not the' end5hejajaB kc, up a partly fished caught pensive pro.file my People brilliancy. ; ; f'
;: III1li .L .e, ea auas. "! \ii\l not ui silence that followed little said, hand very sweetly his, ,laying as they her"were dimpled being and Martin sat four feet away and press things on each other'minds." "Suddenl.the road:.'& lit up/withglareequal sL; ;

,.fti 0. ; her to turn quickly. npon Mrs. Bonselle Martin gave his thoughts a quick check .toTihaVof the noo day.n, 1
was .
... tea."T" met the wild, startled gaze bent whirled rapidly along the crowded city worshipe. talking ; ,
Was. i possessed of an insane longing her she fell back with a stteets.I is a silly fancy of mine, but A little wind hd come and stifled a sigh. only an orange.ttDgtw I'glanced up ath2.

hid. .herloter'8: .face. The old MK ._ her hands over her fae.gasping cry 3'Ot so forbeaiiog, Philip, I up fiom somewhere, and was. flapping The Colonel said to himel: "Now a ball of fire as large as my hat' seemed

_i felt scarcely any lurking have pity lost for its Ue po.girl.<--Telrned' t love God!" said Philip, hoarsely. "It is know you will yield to it." gent the rope on the flagstaff of the 10 is wondering if can impress his to be coming right dowq upon me. ..Be.' 1
; "I herself." '"What does darlingish"he asked, Alice's mind. Better out much less it
think
a[\married,'ehe mtant to ch.rm it canoUel Exchange across the street. upon fore I could act
ty,make him look upon Dulcie as an thoughtfnlness.so s Keeler tae She evidently face.smiling down into the l vely, pleading- "''Wht doe that sound make you hop. Boy, you haven't half enough plunged into the buggy, blinding ma. J\1

'$1.'to hrs happiness, and prevail heart. It was i the smile situation about'her at "Yon will laugh at me, Philip, when I !" cried Sirs. Bonselle. "A pluck. Why don't you toll her off tote for a m ment by its glare, went through; }4 $
peculiar played
poa I him to put her legally other veranda buried itself in the It
I" and
away. This sudden I want you to dvive me to the yacht And then she went on asking ground. ? .

'view She.had Insert: dressed silk and herself cream, laces for the, that inter-he from a selfish Miss Brown is the young friend to tel yon clergyman.yon know, thatwe may questions and answering them, in her "I wonder i ther are any Igt fires bored a hole in the ,bottom ''of the.bug. i': 1i'

.mightsee-what a glorious prize he had am miserable; you referred?"* she exclaimed. plight our vows over again." I usual vivacious style, while the Colonelsat In the dragoons, he said gy as large as a,saucer,and triangular! ia, JjI..1.J

lest., In'.n.: "Try to forget! Such life to call I had better leive you to come He looked sursed almost a though also as usual, and thought hi own' "Te curou part of it is,"_went onMr. shape. It made a hissing noise as,it'fell,_v ', spH

was :hia'mesug& Forget! As though know a understanding by yourseles.- he feared h- ha.ten leave of box thought with all the deference a lis "sometimes I almost reminding me of the bluff.of ao>enor- ., b.-
stroyed .
: that {were'possible, ,with- a woman of hertemptrament. A el wihdrew.figure In bnt and the senses."It is a strange request. Dulcie.. Why tener. He was watching Martin and seems a though your thought about a mona gander.. >My horse,.took'.Mght. ;

,i .' nette'a eyes. lte trembling hands chai, do you make it? "A dozen marriage cere .Wondered how lopger he would be person created_them. You'll b thinking and 1 had considerable difficulty cou'--
: AUnight: long she sat at the window, lieved about maybe for trolling him I did not knew that I tf&tJ
4
one
.looking toward even kisses. monies could not make you more truly my .accumulating such a superfluity of adoration deeply some ,
i";ittB tent, as it stole Highlands.into the The room morning, f candk fears, that darling, my sweet little wife, it 'is wife." before some of it would have to be days and suddenly they will come. hurt until I had ridden fully a mile,when. : !4imy

::to 'in the same position. Suddenly she the" affections you, alive?" he whispered, passion "I have such .singular feeling-as i poured out in words. He wondered if Sometme i is s unexpected and ,sud- left foot began_to pain 'me.. ,!, examined r1 "

|,sprang to her feet you had put away, and the tie Martin was framing his sentences now. you feel like an enchanter, or It and'found:that the ,gr t..toe'. .tM
not
'i Ul him ",she said raI fully believed it was Dulcie herself bund us had been the The Doctor about to flat and 'of the larger
= l between her free? there her face lifted aulefdtred But Martin was at, no such pleasant something. was was mashed one :
lovely pit
w"V'5ot''
h f' :: 4 ,.DIS happiness or eternal "Huhl" In that first agitated moment s, had "Nonsense, daxlin .t You should not task. He was fighting. He was goingoverand' remark that that was a different .thing bones of.the'foot broken.*, nth'''b_ 1 I. j
j nisery =;,; I'maot going to give him "Let when bright light suddenly oh crutches. If could find.jlhat meteorite ,.
a
.: flioesail7. me appearedfrom heaven (o warn give way to such foolish f'1cies., over a battle that he had waged altogether, go ,
. I.\ )hl stole from the house and made her silent now. the trembling, frightened girl "You will consent, Philip? You wi for' two weeks. Ever since that day appeared in the room over the (never and,dig it up I think 'W!. two'.

I I\ way swiftly across the fields. On cominglfl:1iJbtf.flighIand. our frustrated when I Lynton,'who had cunningly mal me over again now, betore go" when the.Colonel. brought him the Jed) Mining Exchange, across the might get a po it! D.in.U5eUm.t. *- ..
. I gulch ,the of his fugitive bnde, I wish it very much. t and the the Louis GlobeDcot. ''
Higbad -St. tit. > : she noticed an un- another what I not identt vr ,him, stare Bonselle home,and he had felt somethingcome doorway t balcony y. ..

,- J -una*QImooau' the house., Reckless seemed at t I, darling," ble\e shudded it kneeling at her in eager growing bewilderment.tne But an out of Ace', quiet, brown eyes was flung open and a noisy crowd came '- .-- -T'i"- '' <-

I l; never kept Btight on sudden end,for her, "we found your sca on the inexplicable 'feeling-it, was neither re and got all over his big body. He out. It was startling aut jarring upon" MysterioueBraZIIiaa- Camel...,., ,
-th.i: t'cd'-entc is only a and thought distrust;' rather a' mental had Ari.zonians the white serenity of night. .*
yon destroyed -
. fe and stared at- her tell me the ba. ha shrinking from unknown evil-prevented spent every vening'ther'sinc. terriole," Mrs. Bonselle-said. The huanaco, whicbIs'Ajpaalt ;.carnal, *$
have almost of
: ; necessity, takenon "Thi i ..dlstriBomplftBc
/'proada.. ; love me? impostor grew pale a lily she him from complying with her request."If of the Crystal Pal- which widely t
asked l .wu missing lady or-her ghost." ? She would : a a there were really anything to.be. the Mexican habit' of turning night "I.te proprietor America has a peculiar instinct/of- I.r..
each home to
-/ other; Or ftS4av OniiQSf
.. .;,._ait be ttewher ?breathlessly." arms had he slipped from my shoulders, and I gained; I would do as you wish," he said. into day. T sun on the universal a ." lng lo t pairing tolame:,'I ielg,- deserted r spot; ::

. I fOjlt was understood one at Highlands "Have I lying there. I was tempted "But it'would seem like sacrilege to go whiteness i to strong for the peopje-cn" spend his"evenings- and Bringing .h1 when seized with ',tdi, .pang*,of. _death-:

'! "*: -Yel, and. Toinette were coun- repeated. ; then I seemed to realize all at though the marriage ceremony so soon top of ground. The workers are ali dawn friends with him we shalL hattsto move"Ther and.removed froni aU.:1t..'Jiealthy)coajpanions .;:.t. :J
As I U.
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of the sin I morbid fancies, dar ,
is mystery to enormity was about Forget.your lathe. mie. Tombstone an the daytime was a practiced 'hdI 1'.f"9J&$ -siekneiiVar ."i"I ,i
a
*2Xr.:Busk for a nilStBUtshe able pain and &and God- gave me strength. to ling. sleep. cowbl.ope by-now and then, fully over a perfectly tu ah1ejpqetio zolatIoui
"a puzzled Toinette.loaned back in the "3h sh said the Doctor
carriage 'flittinf .ii
t his hand ndtztzroy i '.
his ted
no' longer felt at a loss you can into her big wistful blue flapping on I Ja *bW: : ,
b ,
locked.7hit should
':&Olaette spoke in a sharp, peremp- wife's nnd sprang her lips with' genuine. I I. her she hands do? How tightly accomplish her ? hip. A few men can be seen gambling at up in the hammock. Save for lEe plain'j MgeCustom'an4 44u4dwe5'omo : .
as hcrpooryoung mistress'me between quivered purpose tive mush there dead silence across i length,i iJlv QQinue.U'
uc us. as she Unless Philip' married her, the. whole scattered tables in the big Crystal Palace wa uPOI1 '. .-- '.t
adde ,
t : hall go away I kow an obstacle in the daring plot would have to be abandoned.' ;;'with its wide open door. the street And then softly, sweetly a ass.. ,tiT., Iooicain tact,';,..1' ." 't;
ad' soon *
to come robin wher I can His voice 'Are the to meet the German t an_ instiact bf"ona < nh al ',
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you hppiness you'very, Once, the dread thought arose, What if deserted street a ragged Mexican ring sun a, <
. ,.{ r B12r alone, and h me out another to ?" Dulcie 'had been rescued from the riverand will ddve a herd of drab girl's lifted itself above the ires.than..<'thea .supcrit f o :2
left her. fuzzy '
- ; 'lr rupty Dnlcie? I wish you could look was living still? But she resolutelyput _of hnman beingsi4wh<> haY t
r.ls not in the house,. nho door have suffered burros, loaded with ,crooked limbs .of tinkling clor.A ?
hea. I it from'her. e of death,and believe in a contiauisd.itence .
scowling al the intruder. from the ner from their mountains file of chill of heart.
or a
: pst days!I. I a mur "There can be no doubt but the foolish o Mario.s' 'after dissolutioa.'f :'H $ 1:
"- -)me one to find him: and should have known another sellers tall and straight and He back in Freib moon was ,-
. 4heb6nsekeeper firm lumed .1 never child took her own life, she:told hersel. .. impr was rg. Mr. Hudson'is inclined to explala e*
stool rock. ,
a the
.i & if had died!". and if sive religious oahe old walls and towers on
I1soked peace you PhilIp is a free man, a a procession, shining -
the beautiful withbacoby the h"
upon woman were gathered yet you do not love me," she.said, prevail him to* would heads in white the of the Cathedral. He Imost mysterious practice .
>..enemy, and the cause of all their she struck her upon" marry mea1 by, tei wrppd. rags, gothic,spire the awumptioa of tLD.Jmm)' Dl4l'\f'
well.
and and Hilda the bank ofthe Mans.
on were on
hissing b great balncd top. '
cry. so When I first learned te pt for the'speciev'andnherited 'tbthep4'
,.; ;.r i pardon me. for.saig it, "My God!" deception onc.I almost hated, you. [TO BE CONTUE.] All day long cn head the sharp bach, and she was sing. antiquity habit of alar distant:,perfod'4
; no time for any That was crack of the of the mule and oxe How well he note. Heb .
i person to coming to this sad hour Care.of the Eyes whip when its rep es ntatin jresolrtedj.tosomerseclude'J .
". b h hesitted Toinette played her par driven who a the hug wagon forgotten that she 'could sing like thli. place' protectod frpntthe at<:'* ,
I heavy, broke ,over her Never sleep opposite a window which 'of the mill on the he had not it so mpg. .
What.do appriat beeai.
; Mayb enemies has'
you meantaring. to ijonnyview i t aults'_of their ; bnf
: i said in the tone throw a strong light :'on *
wistu pleag' Bob'sitage And that ;
:: ;:! JY poor lady! She IS gone-we fear tude of her might have w fo.f. 'in the a dakue'cam Bandy wa Hid thereof her pressed upon_ the 'toOk'that bya--
his i destroyed herself. Mr. Raynor is ued on eyes you morn- six plunging ing. The shock and .thriljow, she
came to her Philip, tell me-are you learn swung it way automatIc.moTem: nt.whe'nVckened wlt1 r:,;
t. 1ng*he"river dragged." flowing thugh care forme just a bte- ,mg- horses (tfaat had begun to'plunge on theedge'of'toii'n voice had taken: wonder a'He 1 only' disease or old ,it turn to the Eidd r-": .
"Tpjnet:te staggered back'apinat (he "It is raised a, move In all institutions, particularly foi ) through dust clouds to came there away from him.. way to' ajje .of *
baj
husl itsjtind
wall. Her heart gave one frantic leap and she said, with hal to to his heart, but childrenwhere the eyes are required the postoffice and the town was awake. she had come all. 1 t. 11i thm. refuge which generation +
Named to stand. stUL Oh, i this were "But I have /i and do close work, the proportion of the. felt sought- "in ''the;'samaJblindlmanaeT.. -gt. [
|ilpol! tmbli. t Th Crystal Palace was full of men, m him find h' And t was Americani'5 1'InthV .
essary to he To!- square surface of the -windows to the t Scientific .. .. .. | :3- .
that .
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U'f"How suspec and over .s
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long has sherDulciebeen miss- talking gambling leaning came up lort' anger CrystaL '
some benefit and her heart al surface of the floor should nevei i .
.-la? that has been ceased to stopped square the bar. From'ten until 2 the piano there with the Owner of the| 1"" "' ''i --f -1. ,
i fall below one to four. nwe A FImiUDUk.b*
Site yesterday. We found her scarf Philip; shns could not account for the strange eye is essentially 'played acco npaniments', and the singers, Pal saloon,and-his,frend .er al ,T : '- ; _
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,&bottompoor, She lamb must, b ling at and the ceive that stole over him. I.'as a a The'short-sighte eye, should be treated special artists from the.m\cl! centres by rlon-tht. | srzsagss : Island.of.rorniosaduet ..

** sorrow can never reach her the pat. I, be to a wave of expulsion h as by preference those of ,the'world," sngtpicl songs and her fien< Uerfather.lt; fct theta are 1iIChMII a.long;-low shed/Built,of-:

.d .J Busk broke Into hysterical mor- give him up." between understand them. heart sue. I afect eyes constantly for fine tender old & stage. and b i h brd* there. wattles nd mu'..witls*.thkk.thatCheijroof.Al '
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,.\_ Taking from caot huskily. "I my only ow know I or neat work and is.almost unknown Through Allen street comoplta t hi CJtm He met 1 b4' The ng the iaalde wsI1'arroug'troughS.

,:Toinelte could scarcely keep the exits.ou in Dulcie's be 'a miserable man without you. among the uncivilized nations. crowd pu. Stolid O rihmD,wit, br then;) to' him. ..1iceUght"from'acroa'thesea 1UIedtA [ JCd, ffpuddyh

she felt from .how itself time with her come back to I' "When children workbylight '-which their' muicl voic queeruse I IU It.Bnltt' !kr. <'o i : a' et :

".;.to tbs her face... I Dulcie her future dea. revolving dlk muB yougo. Come Hghd., falls inihexr faces tey are apt to bend of the nominative for the objective, .. face and j >ill ,'te, placed u'loapi&-tbel- ar&,1 J 1 .

eaiy problem of 11u"0 own I.. fertile 1 he br.! give"'me a opportunity t atone fox th body forward E: to shade fthe talked loudly to eh.othe. Slays, 'Mrnm"e''atri 'and,agabzs mernp" P anJ'&k'

' a."Did the wretched: girl leave behind her .to York. wish it?" eyes by the had;or else twiitifc around Chinese'Mexicans, and (could see'the,.f\ & bUt 1D.winf' .are.c. cn_,_: ""T ,

I "80 word-no1 menage....nothing?" abe ioS her NeW movements are,sure] 6 that the] shall fall.on the page. sleek, unmistakable gambler of 'esr the singer.'. ;it, .Hflda Hilda *_1had' 'a te4c :' t
S' uired. ; yes yes. : f..4 .Uftf ;wtmt '
Both of these Lirg aui
directly to you to forgive and forget sitionsareperDiciona.There iiatlOiialiuijostled' :jach ,other left hc'l. spring: 'lA' a.- t'
feThe a'* houEekeeper shook her hea a< s wig ?" is great danger of the Behest becoming board ; Here aud'there 01 the beautiful, l pt.t.tl':fancy:o hi. irmcnt."

&*t yon sure? Let me go room that lady. ; Dulcie. You, too, have,bad much narrow and,cntracte&d 'of. sdewal soldier : a1)"btu' he:: swe tf- d'. .hmti.'t'. .

l i overlooked.i may be something" 'there. that has. AefV ; I ray anguish ad horror/ the spine bee mng Uol Unt Stt jaunty fm lovely him'ho'.feltftbat. h$:war

a lost to me lOlT.J To bathe the eyes properly, a For Huuc it _. Taere,'.was but
.Busk. caught eagerly at the Jdea 'Major' rOU\we .' ak' house was f r'w 11im: not a boy aiy;longer. ,: .
-hm re
I CS.had not been seen to entet the robe needed -on.: Those hours'h.wold brought '.large basin; of cold' :watj all 'that;' sdcoiajhorne: :' fr aBe: eonrje'ope.n; im., ;Eirdab&d: h"I
close it both
after leaving the lodge; but the seriTtre .'- The week them a I leaned for the head over handsthrow ,.[this sweet/ trusted him and had eoine. nf she 'had;
for the mostupart, at the rear, tidings of rvlU did not thewater.witlreome force on the telitbe'mdt.Of'lC 'effect ntOm&be''would.; gbnVto'vHehad -,-;
possess b&yf.
: upon.
"jhthave done without their closed lids' Tbis baa : ; ,
so gently something me'hacihd '
dragged for a hold'cupbn ; .pti ,tcn a trr1 .
"muchabout: ,
b Ibb' I .
& '
low. Toinette ., .>1, of. t.am c&,as.a shower-bath, i ; hD :' 'fo4lcejrw!'t
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; re was nothing inthi pretty her app- + and in '1, -: I Jc'-his, feeling. .
rival was Mllox.lnjt uencewl4ch. : ,b 1a "J'; -." -
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OUTT1EISJCRAPIL Blliroro Xlaay Teara Ago; i-; "\- Items. r Masters'Sale.BY ? .

;. 1, ..-A liLstcrian has it thatWe&ly as foozjcenttuies Friday' } Dtiernber23d. was a- gala dity OYA1 .,VIRTUE of a decree' of foreclosure and
: iJL sale re i.dcre.1 by the Circuit Court ol J-'lor-
before Christ'thes metal mirrofa for New flI'cr.-At an curly hour the ida, 4th Judicial Circuit. ID and for play county,'

I UWHEDVJEV.YT: nero in sucK common use among people from tbe *urrouniUn l c- In chancery. In favor of. Eugene It.Farm Jas-
ir country
eph W. Cochran and J.ITeory t'ochran,partners
c1fl tbe Romans that any maid servant couldhave'as gnu loariiVe'Hii siint estimate thnt 2oO doing business under Ii* firm Dame of Payne,

: : many as. she could hang &\ her Cochran and Company, and against George W.
)' Edtor-andPubItBher. were, there. Nine, rjJcw in of-
which accounts for the participated Hippie, et al., dated the JtU day NoTeu.ber,
r! -h-- girdle, probably sell auction in front
-- A. ji;1SYJ. I will at public
.- k-'tJUvfl1PTo $1.00'A.-r- VEAK.tcrpetJtC'itTfJiig 4 4 Cfact that they gradually fell into desuetrido the <.Mii'niitfv/.SIr.JCliurk y Boston of the court house door of said,court, in Green .; -. _

: : : ladies of the higher'classes of OKI I Sprirgs. AlncliUii couiilj". Inking Cove Springs, Clay-county Florida within the
: "among first prize"'VY.Al.IIoijjvs..- of New* Hirer. legal hours of sale en Uomlay. January 2nd, A. Si ;arlni8ard-o! { Prices p
to Arf "f ..G7T 5'i'T and led to the introduction of substitutes : D. 1833, the following described property; to-wlt. a
_ il SCU.'IH!. and .J.- B. Hii-rs of L.A L.
Ibkicg e
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situate In the State of I lorid. described as follow. -
r; hut lt to be howeverthat ..
:t the OJh&'ik.'. $lar'&tndt : ;;. hardly suppose Sinllfy. t'ji ibinl prizx'Vhk .: .. -

,' -- u>MitifrV i it was thisfact which induced \ : (JIuj ti-iirounieut vis iu Igr&s n The east half of the northeast quarter.'the GLOVES BUTTONS-ANYTHIG I 18

_ .- some ingenious person so to cut and burnish large nhIx2iIer pnU their di-vctunis to iliuurpsecliorenn I north northwest west quarter quarter of of the the northwest northeast quarter quarter,, the the ,

Teuerispn, }! 1(1)I l and. J..Q. 'Adam / the inbido of drinking cups as to reflect art by "tripping Uie'ligLt northeast quarter of the southeast quarter and

the face ofj.be drinker many times faniui-lic until a liilu hour in the zfLMrItiI the sou th West quarter of the southwest Quarter For the Nest 10 .Daysfi
!% < 5q;- IJ-njamin1: harrison, 56; in dIn iu Uie wailing rNz11.F ilieilfpoi.Tlicro of section eleven (H), all of section twelve (18). ;
a highly warning manner all of section thirteen (13); the south half of the
,
:::.r- 64; "fjuieulu, 52; Tyler and addition to the small hand, mirrors wus n lug rr.ill nl Mr. J 51. UilerIIli'r'I1dt3' ;- northeast quarter, the northwest quarter of the

Artfui r( 51; ,L3 )1k\ ansi Killtnurt', so; which it used to bo tho particular duty ( tight i which w.u much northwest quarter the ea-t half of the southeast The Celebrated "Ere0
northwest ncr of the southeast
Garfield and IfK-rep 49 CIevwTan-3 jfj'cd by nil who ntlcntU! quarter, the qu :
; of some unfortunate young slave to hold quarter and the southwest quarter of the south'

; 48, anti GnuiJfh| --yoiinyey.t.; prosi- before her mistress there were panels of Mr. mid Mrs 1'. J. Oliver Mitciiikti Hiten went quarter of section fourteen (It), the north I
tU IH I ill-_ Pii)>0ft, Aluchii;! coUiily, Purs. half and the southeast quarter of section
1ft'
S .' :- as to serve as mirrors. It was this Mrs. Oliver tiu! fir-1 crown of list I quarter, the west half of the northwest quarter, : liUbiuilbo
% t.
half of the southeast ,the southwest
of the east quarter -
A of tartor baking powder. Highest
: By the taxl teususilit totn! i'.iUh of dark stone that first ucc4s1u. civniii
; use suggested all in Iravcuing MreiiKth.-Latest U. S Govern quarter of the southeast quaiter, the -

- of J he ITni UyJ Stalra'!*, t C2,6 1 t>,t)00( ,f the uso of glass for reflecting purposes, Messrs! L. B. Pmu-li & IJn ''tave CDIJIincucud I lutnt Food Report. southeast quarter of the southwest quarter and

; 000 anti liootal! raphsil invcsmlinnuriufactuniijr.2,000,735 I II which according to Pliny, was first man udtkigaiti, und we ale fil-itl lo UOYAL'BAKISO POWDER Co.. 103 Wall St.,. N. Y, twenty the west two haif(24)oi ;the the southwest northeast Barter quarter of section of the Doubled Toed .Heeled and Kneed? ;

H4 lint ufactured at the glass works of a gentleman -I count Air. Lucius one of uiirotieigliliors, I northeast, tue went half of the northwest quarter ,
I or he liavinir ni(,vi.d lu-ro Ihi uotk the east half of the southeast quarUr, the -
. ':; I 5 per ent.1of lln* ul))"U- Alter named Sidon. Black glass was More i noii. F j DII.1.andi.siuuis southeast quarter of the ouihwest,' the-west
4 : first -used; afterward clear glass with : j half of the southwest quarter o* section twenty-
thirty jep.rs pf lo islatiiijt- for tin5 : & ; EiIttI- : three (2-i). alt of Sfctioo. tweuty-four (24); the '
black foil back it. WOOL DRESS
it is time to give t tic. 05 a enance.-1- on the replaced Pliny (. and t'vi-iylhinij gooti north half, the northeast quarter ot the southeast : aOQtfSjl

tells us all about this, and from this time for Clirlsiiiiiis :it TruUv, SteruiburgCo' quarter, the we t half of the southeast
;; World. % / quarter and-the southwest quarter of section *
on no mention is made of glass mirrors ifc 1 the northeast of Christmas Week
-. :_ : twenty-five (2.1); quarter the
until the Thirteenth century- when a I northeast quarter, the northeast quarter of the
'I'Iieseeti4i from one ofCalif tleiig ,, northwet quarter-the west half of the north'
Franciscan monk, Johannes Peckham, Master's .SaJo, _. ;; tz-
the Southeast and th- AT
west quarter quarter REDUCED
ornja.rfcd wood trt-t-s which ll;? speaks of mirrors, not only of polished BY virtue .f n iJcrnve! of firtqlu-iire aiiil northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of PRICES

I( governnicut'will exliiliit in.its Iii'is l linjjat ica'rble end steel, but also of glass covered s.ie ien
the WoiMV I'air, lias arrive! with lead on the back. Fi>iiili! J iihers1) Ciicuii i"n muif the the northeast northeast quarter quarter, the, the northwest northwest quarter quarter of, Those Goods Must be Sold .
:
: :
_at the fair cronufls. E'cven friM ;iitcnrs' By this time the amalgam used in . ? cf the Luml .Moiljjacf Ujitk nf FiniuLi, tilj qua i It r of the southeast quarter, the south- To Malp3. Room for Spring Goods
' r were rcquire 1 to convoy, 5; making glass mirrors was much like east quarter of the southwest quarter and the

across tho !fconniiciit. It. measuri's that of today, the difference being iu the liinitctJ, siiul iig.iin.-ty. Frauds G .rtlun-r. ;= -- ; -- : west half of the southwest quarter of section .
' }'. O. .Iiiqucs nnil Pauline Jiiqnes, nut! ; ttj twenty-seven (27);* the northeast quarter of the -w--------
thirty ft.ctJiig l hy ventv-iiree fnin method of its application. The process duled Ihe itji.'ili ilay of Dcc(''niher, A. D I 0 northeast quarter, the west' hali of the north -

.dinmcti'iv The, section is hyl: was to spread tinfoil on a plain surface, 15 2. 1 will sell I ut public! -luciion in front :- east east quarter quarter, of th the northwest southeast quarter quarter, the and south the All-Wool' Henriettas, Cashmeres, Bedford Cord, the New Drap

.t .. lowed out and when place! <>n end, to pour mercury over that and nib the of i the coint' |KIUNU tlojir ofMiitl conn, in -1 -- n'------ :' south half of the southwest quarter of section d'Alma. Linen Table Cloths, Napkins, fifeand

two together with the hand or with ahare's I Stnrke, Hradfonl! (:()Ii)13') Floiidii. \\iiliin '- I z twenty-eight (:s)); the east half of the northeast

; divided intirtwo stories and IigheJ; foot The amalgam"thus formed the lejrul hours i.f sale 'tn AJoudiiy. Fehiusiiy : m quartet, the north half of the northwest quarter, Small, Shoes, Umbrellas, etc. ,
A.H it.wi't )f ;it will forma rnstioliutise : o tile northeast quarter of tr.e southeast quarter,
| was then covered with paper, over Cfli Ib'JS, LIe fotK>\ jug described 0 : the-west half of the so-.nhea quarter and ti.e

: largo/ enough for a family tolive'in. which glass was laid. Tho paper was Properly, silnuleil in i 1t'-tilFtzI county: 0 southeast qavrter: of t'ae southwest quarter of WINDOW SI-ID E PATKNT ROLLERS
E < section thirty-three (3.3); the southeast
., 1A > -- then withdrawn and weights pressed on to-wit; The CcilL--asi'quarter o! -3b of the noitueast quarter the west half quarter of theiiortIi.st i "

_ tho glass, pressing out the excess of mercury. lie northwest quarlei of Section twentynine. qti'trter, tne northwest quarter Latest $

t g fauslieljof corn will make four .-New York World. Township I six, snuih of R i!1gt I--i the northe.-'Si quarter of toe southeast quarter, Improved.
; twenty I two (22) eu&i. Terms cash, the wi>i. half ot'ihe south>' i.r.quarter and the
: Hovt-rnnH-nl pur- north half >f the southwest of
gi1IOI$ of f"\vlilsktyj, quarter suction

tar o'% fonr piHons of whisK-y, Didn't Know Its Valne. chabtr -Jiiiyiiio. tr titles.W. T. \ViyKS.Dec. f.-i ;-:. ; .. 0 the thirty-four'Uthehst OM quo.-trr); the north uuj .hair ic southwest the West quarter half ol THE MOST COMPLEX LINE OF DRESS GOODS: 1

, : f 3.60.. The! wJiU'key, ma i timore who tried-to that south < persuade me -EVER-
obi. thu'hcV See ; -- oI -
by .lay Eye rapid of tlut i-orlhwo.-'t ni..ru-r, the northwest -
some people down that waydo not know Jaster's! &c.UN ol the uortqiiuiter hud the southwest
quarter
zj: t roccM *f-llii rapidly for $4 pergal- much about to civilization r quarter of the s'titiwt! "uarter of section Shown iu this town before, pud at the lowest prices.. Jel
as things pertaining I)11t und by vi.i of 'lrriu oiforwlosuic ..
ne
j >n, making $16 ,for four gallons.Of ti one (i); the east !iaf! of tl.- ii.>rtieast quarter,
r1a "
: &s the average Indian does, and iind -tle duly ;kne and'enlered tile iiorthwesl quarter of tli-t uvrtneast q.r&.er.thu Trimmings, Passmentaries and Silk Cords to Jlatch.

: this ilGthe fanner. ets 25 ccnt>: he told me the story to prove it. ; Said I Dfceinl.t-r 17 h. 1892. 1 In und by I ihe east Jiutf ot. tit* north.tv> i a.irter, the uoi-illWest A new line of Shawls received.
HIW the rail q.iarlef > I Me n -rt.Wf-t! qui-ler, South just Also
govcrntncht 3.60
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gets ; he: "I'm very fond of horseback riding, Cinutil ( tirt'tf Ihe S'a'i.iF' t'lrti-jilit in east quarter lie! e.oitiiattutne .loutiwcs: -

: ; road gets 2; the maunfacinr gels and I go off on trips for a week some and for HiadfoMi ftiiir.iy in aeeriaiii cuUSi- ami Lite 5utli.eSt quarter 0- the a '.illr.vt-sl qiurtcr *. a new lot of Woolen! Skirts at

; :: J4; the vt'ivder gets O.25 ; the isr! times. On one of these journeys I in rhusicrrv: lloch'ii tlif-rt-in pi-ndiujr) wlierejii,Eva r / a ; ; t4T1t quarter northeast of sect ui-.ilrr ion ,two the(.-rt-AO; tho oast I o.i.ult-r.h ilf of the the very low prices.
Caroline oxt'cuirixr-t
the ilu-
; gt$ lie devij'wjiie| : the producer stopped for a minute at a drug store in HS nortueust quailtr of the souii est.( iIrter, the
last will aiiif tu>tit! ieul of C'onri iUoi-hl It\ -cei. ii.nf: ill.; uwuiliettst qutu-'iT an. the southwest
and tax.payer foot the bi'I.-Mil ford a Maryland village'and flung the reins defeated, is ( tfl'tI4.iR1L) nat Uriah I U. .- .; quarter ot S.vt h.4 three O); the no/lni'nst THEY MUST BE SOLD

'. JJalI) New*. of my horse to a colored boy who was Miner yarnh.M. Miner el al. lire defend -. .- .-- -i quarter the cyst !It itt oi the u<-'i'ruvosi. quurk r, !
tile uurllu-.if-t iuai te r o> the nuuibfttst qnni tr..
-,. standing on the sidewalk. On returning ants. I will sell lo lie liiirhc-si !i'lder I for the west lull of tiie soiiihcust <;mrter ami the _

; : The concentration of capital goes I Thanked the lad, handed him what I ciuh in ftoni of the court house d-f

supposed to be cent and galloped the town of St tarke. in said county of section iui(1); the case bait of the northeast
with
sttidc. away. Ladies'
: on apac enormous qusi ter. t'i ii<>rtiwa-.t quarter of t-e iiortiiea and Children' Underwear
A\idwHenall-the railroads Half an hour later I discovered that instead Bn.dfunl on the llrst Moivl.iy M Ft.tir.u.. Notice.. qu..trter, i.i: : ,t, (zuirtr tf hit' florfl.Wstquarter

? ; are coinJiihed of a cent I had given him a live iiry, A I U. !W3. ''he stun;: I being I lie GUi NOTICE Is fccrrbj' KUMI that R. 3 Uii* (.'fit iialf ui tbij So-.itiiHUMC ijiurtrr Specialty.
%: in tie' hands of two or three ;tny.of said inoih nut! a ,Ug.il sale !iiy. sill ljiif.iiif.ss at Ilsnipto', Ura dollar gold piece. I had not taken much the v.'tsl l .ilf ol the Licast
:4. uity, J-j-.iri'ii.; on the 5ih. day 'if. December, qu.trlvv noi
wlien natural hoe !lots : of l.-iitd!
Napoleons, every ji.u- for trip and ceiiasn 'tii1Jces lying A. 1>. jtSDi, iuif! a ct-uerul xs-i.'inwnt ot all his quarter, the east lu'.ll ul' tL-e northwest quarter,
was ZEPHYRS AT
money my quite a YOUR OWN PRICE
; :: lnct which is a necessary of life is way mid I ifing I in the county of Brndfoid Ltni prov 'iiy in r.ii- /ir.Uie lit-sietit of luxciedltuiR.Ai Uis >'tH.Wc--tqiwiur- the nortli west quarterthe !
c.- from home, and I couldn't spare my Si ute of Flnii-'i, '('$CI iit'd as to'iloA's! : pai-ti-3 ro->itiiC2 in the Stcito "f >'h rJJa boldIng nuruitki.i' quarter t-t the utlienst. quarter,
lI411I by a Combine, where will bo the pocket piece just then; at least I di li/t l>igiiiiing sit t the coiner oi ('a.l! und eL.hts nslit-s'. tir> KnM 11. Williams, arc the T.'est baif of the !'iiltea-.r quartet and the
peopleVe f.tst hereby "olif'e I IinJ reqitred .to file worn s>rateiiiiils south West quurtt-r Ot st-cllon leu ii)j; th cat
; are approaching want to. I: turned back over the road si reds iheiuv! west .
Clicny ih'rly-lhu-e cf thi' s-tiit1 s' k:-. M.tr Hitliin ixtv days! as hit.l ul Ihe northeast q.uirttr. the West ht'f o
this 'condition, and when wo teach and re-entered the shop. Said 1, 'ILive feel thfiici: innlh I -1Xt-hve and tme-li'ilf n.Niiinil ti'i uw .ni 1 xll'ii-r ,".s' hoM'mg tlaluis the'northwest qucteiaod me south halt*of A nice line of Trimmed and Untrimmed '
Wilt r..t *.rlv \ before itijiere of the fill, I lli tnv -MSt tiiirly-lhrt'e i fei-l. thence !
{- or.hhp ily wecactt you eeen anything boy that held .
, ii.LiFot t., -aW -ri .t tiisrn ot tiit-tr said twcuty-otic C-l) ua.-.t. u"i tlir wet htili <>:
will jcoine a great struggle ofthcpeopV my horse here about an hour ago?' south sixtytivtand on -hnf! (Vet tu the clailit v.-i-hiii fo.jr munins tram the lafe hiry sevu.in Seven (7) UllJ the Wtn-.t hiaI of ctimi and cuts; handsome llihboas and FeatIiers of every description -%

% "The '1 said! place of t bi: inii'Si./. being paria ot lots a-4 rtqi.it-d t, Isu. Ji. A. V.'II.JJAIIS. viglatt.-v&i (IS), in tovvirstip four (-1), south of to tch. We also have *
; for their fieudoni. Cajii- druggist laughed. guess, IIVC' ;tUveii! in bin'-k lourJeen. us 1)z'. ; range twenty two (- Jj eas-. contiiuiiifr ten tuu a handSome j
per
: tat !hy its is he, 4I know what you havo come for.It's thousand two hundrea and ninety six acres and line of Infants' *
course bringing I Hilk
present of Ihe which
in-iTi in jil.it t-'wa of Maike; also! forty-eight hundredths u uu acre tli-1>;..4SIj Caps, we'are'
J on thi; crisis.-I'.di-toii Post.Th'e a five dollar gold piece, isn't it? lie vr>t )iilf. ami ll-e west half i-f the inland being in the counties of Baker 'andlir.uiHpt

i 1 --- 'Yes," said I, a little surprised. cn:- half o! Ihe sotill.wist quarter or Ilit' rX> Ms.-y Jai-e S.5r ami. S. S. Suss-r; b rA in said Stale of Fiorina, aiiti also all ARE
I .' those other certain tracts or parcels of land situate SELLING AT CO$
i 'Well, the boy came in here and rtiiwi8)) in ";ecti'ti(21) husiiaui: Ma W.tiers ii4lV.. VOi4hrr -
iii> ( : iwe.
Atiei'inii floats from juailci )
; Hag now mis'iin-1; 1C'I la \V.i.iura-' I t*. (.'. \Vatt-iE, lyti-jf and being in the county .of Bradford -
;::4 thi AdrninJstratitHi, buililing at J.trkPi showed it to -ine, and asked if I would ( ) 'I'nttiiMiip MX ((3)) suulh of riiinire her liu-bntiii; lout- Iv i.ur, Ki; ma Oiuer rti'.d in ti.uMuti* of Florida u-.d known aud described -

I ), give him a good cent for it, 'cause he iwtnly-lw.' lat't. coiiitiining thirl ucusinoie Lizzie liriiu-r. uti-! I'll t't.e;s .""C'T'' O'l: on tlie. public maps and records of said state as For a Few Day::: Only.
: : >:r I'ark to signify that the WbrhlV didn't know n'uffin "bout or !less As! :> two sh-nv cast's XY'wiJ.. U <.''.n<- ai.-l J. O. Joii s. .13 t'.io the east i.alf of tiie northeast quarter the east .
dat kin' o'
excutnl-s 'if the l't will ami U-H.iiui.-iit of barl!> half ol' te southeast: quarter of st-ctiuu thirty-
: Fair -buil'lings and grounds are in money." I saw that there was a mistake Teinis ,. ;Nt. pir lusers .pt.ying fur lilies.JAMICS Grini-r; 'li-i'o-.st'il have iru-l >tllj.ieto; i to me six (ihj, iu towi.-hiy four (I), south of range Come and see them before buying elsewhere. U* are cvrtaia'yoJM

tic ossiouu of thu. United Slates and him for it.* T V.j.s. for an or'.-r t'i t 'l! t'le toJl.i-.vlns: il6Kfribs.l tweai.ue. (21) east, ai.d iu township live (5), be suited. -Xv ;
gave a penny .Dec. ; 0. '92. Special Master.Ser'M lands, sitii-'if i ii tho Lonuty of Uradford and south of range twenty-one (21) east; the east
government. Vice-Pi'esident Mur.Ion "You can guess I-was pretty glad at State <>f ll"riila. lnrnii.-n: ); to the estate ofSurah Half of lots one (1), two C-), three (3) a d four '
d.-ccMS-I. lur the of tlintributi' (4). the east half ot tha northwest and Very Respectfully,
accepted 1110111 behalf of the of tiri'itr, ( urp"8e quarter
on the amount ignorance there in -
was ( ;tle.TTNDTR > teo.g t i.e !ibnamed parties. wioare the southwest quarter of section twelve (12) and .
vcrnnKjui on dedication' divlni the world just then. 1 refunded the : a.tt1' !itu- of daeree l'-K.-?<"* ttte- I'ti't l-t will and t.-sKuieiit ofiil in towu-brp four (4), south oi range tweutrtwoC CT_ C3-. AT .
a of foreclosnri
;
Saiitn J'iriis; '-riUici''i>fMl. to W t: The 'outhwesl : i) east; the whole of sections twenty (-tl) aod
av'tiul ess"on 'tr.k cent and rode '__
pocketed gold piece J and iiMdi
|w s was nut M my s-a duly anutered Deivtiilier qui'tcr.l'9ixti"t: twenty four, and the tweuty-two ( 2); the southeast quarter and the

. : iVnlil Director the north bit
a-ist itiirfr >! s-cii iitl twenty-six; and the twenty-five (25); If of the southeast
,sllir g eu-uitneuit 'orh1't Kiirt. ir dford county; :In B vci-tuln. c. iso thtdvinreiidinfT Hoathfxst lur-rtt-r ii'.ni the *)t-th half of the soih quarter end the north hi Ivt the southwest ,
t1ticialnocd Ckancn in Religion. in cluuiccry wat.reiii N.V., Ilarlct-tt, lidlf'of the IIi.t'ttr'IVt Q.i-irterof "ection twentyihrtr quarter of section twenty-six (26); the north Florida Line.
-' IIL IllS Offlt'CS In thi,4 ions: bti.-iiie is in Iho '-aa'w of the BrtJ'ordCounty Trunk Tampa Shall-
Perhaps it may seem only by forced flut f' ; 'ti'j the u i-hwost: cinnrtttiof lhen atit! Owit O -
LiiiIt1int ii )'lI. analogy that the gambler's infatuation .. ntil ItU- (' enJr. w.+t ij-Kii-lft *': -c'.i.-n lwe tly-lvi ivii in town quarter, the west half of the southeast quarter And to all points In South Mkt lie and West Florida Mobile.New Orleans .ad bS3W*.
und the southwest "of -
njpf tbe stai' 4fl(1 ht1iJeS llitl (1 I 'iIt t-4-iI to I 1i : guiost biler for c h. In (IoItci tihip; ei.iclitnnjre twenty-two south and east, quarter section twenty- .Direct connections to al points North*est and Nortlicoat.
can be compared to the superstitious contain',: ii; nil four hundred a'.d two ty seven (27); the north half the north half of 4
the eo'irt hou.-e doer It: tnt tnv i: .f Starkc, in lime Card in Effect No 1 1883
*
that event.t acrrs, Iil'iiv or It *- the southeast quarter, the southwest quarter of -
of primitive religion but needs saM eonntyf l'r.ilff-'l on tlu first itiyehnir.rj -
awe one Monday -
;________. ____ JH3, tUeSi.r.e oeinv tinMsthdaycf h-fcni r0. riiietorto notify and admonish the southeast quarter the soutbea-t quarter of SoTff. IM; II WZST.' :aTi
not to go bad? a long way in our own nH perMHiti in'eriM.! to c.n.-furya-il find siow! the southwest quarter und the west half of the -
said inoiti a: d a Uu.: ; sale tlay. i.Iu l! that pieeu.farcH 5OVfliDW5Xo --- 9.------_, wsTsat bym --
The inauguration of Judge Meury cause, if liny tlt-Ji t:> v, <>n Saturday, Decinilfr31st Southwest.quartcr of section twentv-eight (28)
history to realize that they can be traced or tract of laati: Mtis'e-l; in Urailfurd a- Xo. 8 No233p *o,10Xo.! 2 -
1'jSIJ, at my .illmin tiiu.oourt housfl in tl-B TO*whole section tweuty-uiue t9>, the eaIi4lfeito 5
Jj.-Mitcb'U| as governor of F'ori'Iiton to a common source. In 1619 Thomas > t oii.-Jy. Klui-Mu>t quarter viz; :(S The\V4)wt-.rt of hsifVJi Section iwi-utr-) of tinsoutliwe town o* htL"ltt.ijI -it.it;> and county,. At ln1oVlock 'uortnwe quarter, los oue (1) (or east ...} ,..Ar 35O' )4.eiI71OpTOOa' Lv4acksoevllle..A $3'_

January Hd. bids fair to In* :s Qataker, a Puritan minister, published lour (i4) t.iij riflit (Stu-us) fr.U'Iiou of Section a. itt., or M.iiJ uz'ttr!" of ..stst- wil b iKMutrt 1iit1t1 of the southwest quarter and the north 7 Isp 11 Z5aLv! ..... ., his baW of tot tmt (J) (or northwest
!, provi.li-i a copy i uotico h.- published ) quarter of rue .
.
very imposing ceremony. i !Iis. his essay on "The Nature and Use of tivetitv-t hr -e CU.-). all-in t To > u-liip seven (7' ii: ihc Jrii.lr.r.1 County Telegraph, a southwest quarter of section thirty (30), north 8JSp.l205pAr15a. BaIdiifl.Ly 143p Ar..LakAr. Ctty.L, 6I
south Pan e-< T*t nty..ne(21)t-at( o jtaini-.p in t 1 -I --- t12-U.t'9 44a ...L1ye Oak.Lv
pitahk! 'IiIlah.see| lias invite! th- Lots," in which, while arguing against 1'ifrht.v-eiKiii (:S; aei-i-s nore or lev Terms cash, weekly new simper i-.i'oli.jhed i'> the town of half east of half southeast of southeast quarter southwest S4p11 f.v.JackonvilIe..Ar l3t1p 6805., ?11O4"a Ar.... Madison-.L 4
Stark**, in sxiul! ci-niity. once i.- week for four quarter quarter southeast quarter .. ___
_
fc-r titlt" 9p11 593 LV Baldwin Lv
54vjt
purchas"!s i.ig HSpKlip 4:3thLj3 Ar. Mootic 'lJo.Lv I
it he states the belief to be pa
be Its latch common as ot south est and half
1 Btatc to present. wtriiiirJjangs JAK T. Vftuj*, cotisocutive wivUs I'rvio-i-, litlat.e.Vatn.s quarter west of southwest HOlp08a I lOp Lv... .Marlte. ..Lv 12 ap 4 51i11 5 lOu'-' 43p Ar..Tatahassee.L) .1
': : ; ou'tsiilc1 the iloo1; an l a. warm follows: i Dec. 30th, S'.ia. SpiH.-inl Master.Master's \ uiv baIt t -ant *ieal of the County quarter o> section tiitrU-ono (31) and tho whole 11 &ii' Ar------Waldo ........Lv 4O2alt7454t 43p
of *
tI'jii i-ceii-.ber 6th. 18 O. sections thirty-two ( 0 and thirty-three:
: Juilgu ) 12 24.Sf 223p251p Ar..Hawthrne....Lv 11 Si's 323.1 9 OItI 4
"Lots not be used but with 5tip1.r..mverJunclJoLy1gI
wclcomeiawaits who come. A may great [JAIJ tt U. F. SlALPHCRR, and in township flve (5), south of range two-it- %r_ ._...fitra.......L' 11 Ola 244a---! .. 1 -f-----
; imAilicr of reverence, because the disposition of S io.TTJfDEH 'unty Judja.tu t' C, (22) ast.. The whole of section four (4), ..---..,.. 33lpS44p Ar .Silver. ....; I' 'V0p 1lI'Opx-.VensaceL' I
: large companies )C1Ilg- them cometh immediately from God. and by virtue t. : : ing lo thp tate troops will l be there, ure ZtUtt >ile iuly matte! And ei'tered Decmilier the CaiH'ty Ju.ls. ( (itrt. Bradford County, eiWei.t' luilf of s >Uthva t quarter and south S30a 4 tQp548p Ar.\VUd Springs..Lv.. 91&i 245s Ar..NewOrles..Lvf $*
: #. The nature of a lot, which is affirmed to 17ih.; :88J in and liv tlic cireuil Couit, Stit' ( t 1'l.rita. west quarturofs-ct.n# six (6) and the wh. I,- ol 455a 543p .... 804 1O3pji- ___
;, 4 'fbavinjra'jjpresfCil a letermiuatK.n toTbo bee a worke of God's speciall and immediate 4thJu-iei! l Circuit. State c-I' n.-rM.i. iu end for Ky fln-.Iii.tiri'; nf wiM Cviirt. sections hot eijjac (S) and iiiue (.S); 'un.l j-.isou.it tnatcetaiii SOOa Ar.... 7 SOn Ii)4Oji' .. e.. S lOp .r*Jackfton. ilirf-...L* I<aflp -
> ..isroteie! piretf A r pnryei or tract of land situate
; If l ? 5 Brad lord county iu A oerkx'u c.xu-.o in < ri-t ; jurisdiction.in Ar.. ..DadnClty.Lv1 t3lnlO3JrR.... 5-0 Lv l
present.
chancury
:\vp'.ll< no i <- .i.
you providence a sacred oracle divine the f the iris .Ivenv of lying and lielu iu Cie.cauaty of Bradford
of
<* a therein peiiiiiiv.Lenii.. K. li liew U; complainant i.ulit ri> Snssreslion < 6SOi750bj 719h rAr.Plaut City.Lv 6o: 9 I7p .... .. llOOu44op Ar.StJiinL.LV _
npp'iA-liinityXf atten? .. ti v rs>*'ei>f Uffirv !Y. ork.Jtci.n-ed!. tl'wl t y in the iit-ito of riuriila'and .more particularly Ar. .. ._ -. _
.your JjfV! judgment or sentence; the light use sitnl .T I. Wyn j-n-l NaicisisVyru.. Ufci '. -I '_"it ;,; 'in'i'fstratrof sti-I e-t tI. known .nd described ul the pctiiic records and 820p :. -Tampa.. Lv 530u7C0.1 81'p ; .. .. Ar..bieagr..LvZOQp

: : tie! iflfltt1ulti0U. 'A, rdti* of Oily of it therefore to be an abuse of God's wife, mv* dfft-ndai, 1 will sell to the iiishi-it '- :iti. 's'. :- iv.wIiiitn.traor; of maps of Stii'l Htixtu as the whole of'cU..ii ii;; iW[ xi _
bidder fo< cash) in iii>u' i-f the c tl, t.tt -:.- i1 3 ti-s.t i''i'k; Ii 3 of Ijra.t'ii. twe.ty-oitec1). in tt wiis>b-p lour (f) south of _
has and shine .
c7 ; oont .1 Mule been niadn by tuI' name, so a against the third iutho town of Stark., in v-iLl c-vj-it.v of IJ-a'I-lf.rd S&fe545a 514r Ar..lLeesburg..Ar 84tt 080pilM37uanp.'j! -
( .! osi !!. .:U.ii.f FIoi M.i, tkeeoSi1, li.i.tlii.s range tety-tWtt (Si) ess. couLainiasr six hun I
.'. _
.
the Ar Tuvarvs.. .
commandment" on titst iiJ.i.l in tV-luu-ii v, A I). KUtthe n4"p Ar 'I 14t' 0 lO-- .
I .<. & P railroa'i for all who go. same b.-iv.n tiio; sixtJ; ,;*> it ;'.ja iionth a S. -& ---- How deeply rooted in man's mind the a lotcal s.'ic I
: belief in divine interposition in such or tract of in d uewrihe -f>V.liiws; l.tU HTtvca .Tin-Sf-! ur-5 tl-.rrtfij'-f. toi; :ilfyf.ll -sntl r.4ur'ii1t vam* of lt-s! aimutt lying awl being iu the .. Ar..Winter Tark..Lv .- 2srpLtrti: ............
: lit l IiRit .ti.h of Irs'lr.rtl! ail
Jlist after Clevclaruri! IlPr-s ci>t :!ii i-'in 4i-Iatc t county Mate of Florida and
? election
tie
-
; : : (Is> and >irtecii (iCj iu bl.icx t *.j a,) Iwiu 123) -.Oviedo..Lv .... I3npI15 Lv
matters has been from times fill fhe 'tarit'iti mvwJS'V. 5idv tiitht.itn'i-.t. mi Uuou u ami iiescrib.t on the pni/uo plats of sakl
early is known an'l .escribevi us ilv bud -- I :s .....
t-urvi-j plot -
: republican press Vxpresseti tutuiiuliiifuctjon shown by the recourse having been had of R. N. Pov.-iing's Adiri!pt-r to t'iitown ofStarke ..r iiy th.- "J.lMi-i: -'>r.laa-i..ry, A. !>. IS 3. ..nwliicu county <\a tlif iioullt half oi> Uu southwest quar* '........ 2C' p.Lv.. .3nj4o. ...Ar1142a; ......r Lv. ...,..
1' because ilemorral th 10 ,,' 'U>.v lit- re \vll he a pro 3a d.sli ibu'.iou of frof aecttuN twenty-live t2) in township four .....
the < an-! iwinv in N jf < S 12 3$ of Section 2sp Ar..Gainesville..L 12- .. ..
5 Iir.cl to lots in the first momentous act per 'twenty 1ILe2.0) Townstiip siohth of titfi n--t I.--i'in-:.to saidnuiU-, among the (1) south of 'raftire S0 tweatyt+u (22) east cou- I 39ibp Ar..Archer .....LvG 10 U*.....,.! .. ... ..

: < cjvjicntetl: bothbrancheK of con formed by the primitive Christian It'injre twenty-two. Ter'.iu eteh..purchztsr t-ivditors of the s "inVjtne with ttiiiin; eighty l ( > acres more or less. together I Sp Ar-----('e3arKeya ..Lv_.7 30aLe ......' l4rspLv..........
\ >s niv h in.l a'-d seil oi cnn t t.is, the 39lhd all a::> s.i.giUat, the buildings, iiuprovelibertIespriTiliKes-
: jrySri, n*: well -n fleeted their prchileut church-namely, the election of an apostle. paying l> SO.for lK'.i.r.tiis.: JttsKn Wiixa Master..Notice >.y i.IJu'r-- A. U. Ifrfli! ents. Woods, ways, rijjht., viA rclier dafly,except Sunday, at 3:40 p.m j iLr.......C1uc1nti_ ,

.. < zuI wjjiu'il that entire Ie no- Human direction relied ea :. bpectil l\K!: ] Wa. f. MAIPSUKS.Juv bereaitauiviits and appurtenance to the same f.?Wiiliston, Early Bird and ltagie Mint ; leave PultaaniIep0rdClncirittti Ol !a,4i i1l
was on :, ; t. :3tl: l'oiiutyJudge. belonging or hi anywise nuperBtiniiig,'anti the 'E;>Kle Mines daily, except Sunday at 4:3') A. ta. and Jnct jnvUIe and -Tampa/Pal'
k-rajift'! cjintrirl! ivonM n-iiiilr in IJM! eo far as to reduce the number of candidates .- j I reversion a'd. reversions, reinat-der and reI fur Archer and lntern.eaIateoints. Jacksonville and iew- "-1"i*
14'1
; .- country! jjoing to tJitdctnnUion bop.vovs to two, the qualifications of whom UNDER SECTION 2!. / f-TlCI-K 3 OF. TBI C.'SS.T1TCTIOX '\t)1ieCOr! Vuhlication/ I other uiuiuden propet, mils.tyKiuwto i-S'ii-s in ao th l-profits counties thereof of lUker; and except Trtin Sunday leaves Oviedo at figures and Winter shown.Park LesvesIl.O'is'do daily, dall.--_ .__ -

\ apdbrin; their parly back were so evenly balanced that the decision OF TLOMPA.VJOTICE l.AMl 1 yifJB AT rl, nn..r, >"LJ I and Clay to the State o Florida particularly deSi al odallrkal:8:30a.m.: : Winter Park nt'jFKRNAXUINA' AND CUtB'Ri..a.u'8:37a.
is hereby Ivt-n that at th'< next 'es- fNOTI'T1' m..arr1'ringOrlandot QOOa.. -
I vt--ibfi-ciji. j'-aa i-j'otd and ft fjrtli in the iiiortgnz herein ni.: laves1t,0 .j
i -: into pinvcr agaip. rn.! jr. o. p. between them was left to pure 1> rtcn of the Lcpi--lature a Lull will bei -troliiceJ 1 I.-' i--r.-bv tivfii/ihat thf foloniiiK! foreclos and the sui-1 decree-of foreclosure in Orlando daily at 5.-CO p. m.,arriving: Winter Park Lat -

Hvcms ( ? interference intructiiK i r.vJiro.ad to exteii'l .. toii -'jrpoini non t- tii&Sce li in..;t lir "f.j.pi.r. of ld' C'ltini, : F, HaNFORD, ; sopiii9a! Ar.i..Fernandina.tn"l
hoigveiVanJ of laic has bein tryIng supernatural might o-i Ihe 5t. Joliim lUytr. viJ> ':"Trie< iounlyof "I tit srI' .'IO.(. \\Li\ !ioiii.-t- hcfri. rt". T -: Special Master. 70)-. 4 lOOOu85la 63Cpi!_ ... ,
-. be looked !Blackwood's Magazine. l>iiv il. ihrtPCt1 tli cot1"ti4 nf Duval, Ctey. WSHfeik"! i'.f.tie; C'u.i:: Cur at StarJet, 900a SOSpjAr.Punnellon.L- 4a'p| | Trying on the FernandIna-aUdL$.
i st al_ :everything in w<:Iit :u <>r l lr Ura t i> iaaktf the ibiirau. l tliTKtiw.\i.it: lilvcr ii-iwe-Jti t lav L.-ninCiind or r.-ovi.ieu .-. Fi.Ii! -' KTH. for the S X of N 1030* ]OO Ar... Inverns. ..:.LvAr. SO>)proute
vyinutrvq ut That American Painters Earn. F<-i t WhUH. aii a .,-.dc; or l-rAiiuJn-N th'oi jrh li ii TM-O 5 t. Tp t 0.: S 11 Jo ":. Y VIRTUE of an" order wade by the Hon. I 13'Da: 633p .. .IIomos-8sa..Lv .11 fr'u except Sunday. 'Connect a-Ter"-l i

the .courts likve ruled TTvTrnibl": : t;* I Less than twenty years ago a member the couiite of Coluinbla. LaT'nvelif nid T..ylor. lie nane-t ti' 'QIl43Vi'I. wtn: sscs tl pr ivi- h aC'jiiti"iii5 ) Win K. Alalyliurs. Cuunty Judge in i>nd for -I LA0. Dungeriness. Cumberland,Island-'
with th" lit-n-l and d Bradford county.State of Florida, dated rTovem 5 SOn B 5.3p v.Lj'coochee (o n.Ar 11 I.5a1625p -
tlie democrat ; lowers privileses, a: a n oi-'oii'v :iJon and cultivatioirolSdii Curi.U
; so far find t.V: rpV of the National Academy of Design declared grant of l.t au l to id :'. tliv coostructi l.tiil, viz: -- her HHh, 1KU2, appointing: me*the &uthorize I 8"Sa 910p923p Ar. Tarpon Springi. Ar 7 25a 8 Wo sud Brunswick, forming the torUc e, ,AlChattanooza -

;. UCHIIS Ii.tye'faik-il tb'.Kcoiv a poiuU that he knew positively that there 30'l ed"- .'.tLiii Join- WiCie: K lied:mnn Robert Tos Comiuls'ioiier to sell the lollowing.real eytaw,' I 824,1 Ar.8rlnd..-\r 70S* 7J.p and tatMng and connection northern not veOtmjf"

t Zic ter, \Jt-n Footer,'al! t>f }vHfin-r, Fia.Aijix. Mliwte-1 in the county of Bradford. State ol Flori 847aB40al040i 4Vp Ar..Clearwater..Ar S43a 722i, 1 train leaves J clwoo ai_M_ _
: : sb4rg; Commercial.ihe > were but ten artists iu New York who LTNC-M,"l-egsttr. 'In, belonging to the estate of W. H. Whitehead. I > Ar..St.Petersburg..Lv: 550a Vm S-ntlar tea Cumberland ronte counewMl .

were making as much as $5,000 a year LOAN.AGENCYFOK iec'asedas follow*:. The NEW of SEX of I Nos 7and8 daily; and= 4 daily.except day.iTeraaudioa$ 5 arrives SackMBviU**I.
p in.
; &ec tt. r.ud SEJ< of S E V SeciS and W X of I Trains on O. B. and S. S ,O. & U.dall.v. except AtM
p ; state paper* arivsi ( aking ot1'e by their art Times have changed. We Notlco i'or ribucati9fl. SEofsEtfofEec34or'rn4sofn2EndSVJof 3.1Mj.n... Pullman sleeping can BrunawlcktO ..
thAtlanta. NashttflS.4' -
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boldly,for a change of the ricViii hear a good deal about the craze for LAND OFFICE AT UiisKsvfM.i FL. i Sj'0f: 8ec3!>, Tp4, Sol RiiK. ;
I l>eo<-mber Sth, IS32.NOTIO containing in all one baud red and forty acres, JACKSONVILLK-NASHVILLK (.via Lake Uty. Macon und Atlanta.) :
and the of
lawi native "
8ls$|' sojas.iu maku them l his socrlvSfrV foreign pictures neglect Bradford County. !'. w hereby civeu that the *olow-! itore or Ifss. -

ad 'civ, the different repijfLT painters, but all the same there are not n msd settler has Rle l n tit-e of his Intention Nowby rirtue of said order ,! will sell the No. .-2Toba No. 6 I _-I-r :; ,, ___ ___ __

t: parties few of the natives who to make utah proof in siipH>rt of his aforesaid real estate at public outcry Jn front of I .-... .. ....... .. ..-
e'* a are making a tio! court house door In the town of 6 20o Leave ......... ... Jacksonville.Leave. .... -.4Arrke
'* ,-ntatioiion/the. lioirdpf: inspect living and by the sale of their Ifavir.g: obtained the Agency of. claim, aud that said proof will bo made beiore said of Bradford beta een the starke hours, In ; J> 0ia) 885p420a ........ ..*............. L.ake0ity :..,.. *.?...........
& W : .?rr' ilonest mm- see th good *. pictures !Cocit-terand.lie-j>'iv. -r at GaInetviIc, H ., onFfbriiary of s&leou county the first itoncfay of legal A. 1>. 445p Leave................... -.Macon ................
: danui-i: Hth. 18i$ vz: Jaiucs T. Msthsws. of January ,
:t '' k too. -T2JU'T .- Irf53: the the'second of 1120p BiOs Leave .. ........................ .
t-nnie being said
*Preatv-0ll! the dcuiocratiu < r .ke Eutlsr, Fla., Ihl.r8,2, tor the N X of SV day .. .. ... ....... ....
JlSfc'.1 ]>artyinPPife Several are reputed to make $23OOO moat Ii and a l.-gal sale dav. Said 122n S0"p Leave. ..... .......T..Chattanooga. ..
-v- ta! 1Iitir1 : a $ ( nt' nnf3vfkit Sec a:, Tp 5, S R2-E. sold for distribution the heirs real estate 6 a 7SOp Arrive........................, Nashville ....... .. .;... ... ...; 'Lt v
UI t and a good many live at a rate oft LUMh He nanivs I lit' foil >wh>g wltnotLsea to prove Lis among an-1 pay
year, C'lIthItUt4esi'lcnetj upou aid cultivation of incnt of expenses of administration. TerinaOjsh Dally through Pullman sleepers Jacksonville to Nashville on Noa. 5 and l.' .O.flO'lE
/ : Present, latt-.llndjcu'ort- is imposs: least 10,000 without falling into debt (of ChicMj .. Ill! ;) s--li >aiid. viz: purchasers paying for titles On and after Nov. 30th, we expect to have a Through, Cur attack'o r an

bio to uiaintMti peace and harmoiiv Belonging to clubs, owning country Knwn-.el Andrew, of Lake Butler, 1a.5 AbrnurMainies S .LMxST.WZLL5. out of Jacksonville,to that our patron from the South will have ; itrS2yDOUBLE'DAILV -
-i :in ; I ant now prepared to kcpotiatp Loans on : of Lake Buer.-na.! : Alfred J. IcKinn _.Ic.. !. 185?. Commissioner. CONNECTION WITH W1THOUT.CI
M ATLANTA
9 pri'tyrniU- here is so much hoVses and yachts, paying exorbitant First Moit/aso l>fil Estate at 5 to 10 years'time ..v, of New River," Fla.; Colonel A Johns, of

I poper.VjniiiUn-ingpmoft who are rena? for studios and furnishing them ani at low latraof ILitolest.flEFEJUNCE New River, Klc. Ai>rs. LYNCH, Notice tor Publication.OSTMT Ticket. Office.N.S.PEXK1KOT f6 W. Bay St.,,comer Traffi:IIogHn.?aioyer. .Depot'A.O.2t foot of Soj-an cD JSSKt St-i?"S"

: gwierall) of the same f-wtmn and with lendor. Some of the best paying : Register. 14r) : AT GAI.H- a.iu.K. Fr.a., I ::: p!. .,' -

jtome jiot; atjov.etiiupicion. omrn iOn that local painters receive W T.VKKKS..' "* J. O ALVAarr.GKO. -, I. O. O. P.-Rrjraar -MOTTOK t U -'hereby. Vivrn Put the I t :
The following GtORGIA SOUTHERN AND FIDHUSuwanee RAILQ
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PACB. every.TUtd4y
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7, Pean1 people should Ko demand are thosel panels, ceilings .; nirht iu tlieir'lian. Zraabrvtliors has notice of hi*iiitcn .d4t
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i work for New York houses. P, G RttlNRU.Agt. t, -i L stent eorditl! Lion U ni.ikn flaa iproof in support of his claim, -
onljr oiie decoratijp6 -and tbab-fiaid will l.ema4 U River R'out l
cTvctryii. in>tc.-id of two frr Bntdfun Qonuty. .I- rntiiet.; prooi before Clet k of o
New. York Sun.ntcrestlng. ; J..UOLOIVb tho Circuit Court at Green Cove Springs Fla., on
Very tvo vear ;!,H a, savin-i,, ex'l .- I F. J. FlEI.t-8,"Si*. January lOiu, 1891. via John Hall, of Athens, Time Table In' Effect NOT. 1, 1992. -
I- >ense t th tak-Vaverj. Fla.. UJ.lm. for the SX of S ,' ( and SX of .
jf London
for noth- Signs. Scientific American> SKJ4Sec8.-T7S.RiME. Bead down -
tk !Bradford Ledge, No' 42 F: A. M
, church which lit.
celebrated Bow the
witnA'-es
-fr ; ; On th I-;. :Mei-t 'i .iNrelay night Wfore the tfilrd continuous r.amcB residenceupon Uov.-ing and cultivation Improve his ot ..... HOp ............ ....... .. ;.._
'- q y. elbows \its way into busy Cheapside, ,. '' -. Fn:' lnv" in ones month saLt land, viz: Q. 3. Fouts., A. B. Townsend C 124p Arrive............_....;........ .HamDton.. .., .-......
'r : -. I there is V This notice, rather more curtly 't V1//T' WM. F.'M'AI.VKURS. W.JL M. Priest, Joseph Holder,all of Athens, FUw, 726a900a.ti44p88Cp Leave..*..................,_......}Jampton- ......................
Thea1Boacb.pF r- \.C \ J. E. Leae .. .. .. .
V/AisKit-ax. Sec; Nov 13 ALEX. LTKCH. Registtr.If .. .o.b.. ..LaeCiT...... ..... .r.
k : : ntraty to. the nsoai put thais; the custom here, "Stick no lf)55 1033p Leave .. ........i.. I...' Taldosta.1218a ...... ...................__ -
p: ; finppositibn, bills on/f&is/ church." Notitt-to Debtors and Creditors 1244p Leave............ .- i......... ..Tlfton.... ...
:- cockroac ;are qoitp cleanljrana de- T 210p4SOp 147a Leave;...... ....*.........j.Cordele....... .......
vote' great dealot. to' Over'n' shop in a town a few miles out \fO1ICSJs lieivby sjven that.all epon I 8 SOa Leeve.-._..

jL' it i tune the toilet of IjonAdon 1 read, "The private part of .. dsbteil to, tiisri 'of t ouiNe Chrniti.Uai3'itiin I 8'>5p 7 45a Arrive.........................?..Atlanta.,;............. vu
an interesting sight to imtch a crotoata CAVEATS, i, i5i* ?r.s H, IMe' i Ij-i-wlf-y, Bied'onl Ag You Think !
rrefall cle 'UushX. >useto let" TRADE MARKS, .'tuIty. k'1o'i'ittia (my the -aui" to 111.8'ifl'er- Sleeping cars on night trains between P latki and Macon. Clwe conneetton*
<. -an- mj;* possibilities of a-barber's life iu DESIGN PATENTS, iIIcd T.-itlnnt rtvlay, ?p.| all. persons-having r oy kind of m crop will do.Oast1 : for all points West.North and Northwest. Alsa with -Vest ibuled Limited lor !
tenn a tiezita !es b phig < t.tinI4Agaio-t 8'11 CHf.te.n.u5t.i>ivc8nt thpni. any kind of seeds will do; but for JJew York, fcnd all sleeping car liptr*ta Virginia, the Carolinas and the ffn"* '
pem. COPYRIGHTS
'th1oigh$t; the /world's'metropolis are suggested dul.v authtiticatd.wflhdn two'j-ear8'or-this .-the best results you sboald plant Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Nashville.

zaoit1 iart&.iro by tfhe following which made abrave; For MONK Information& CO., and Sol BROADWAY free Handbook, NEW write YORK.to notice wil t'o i>l"ftla\ nar ftf iliir ifove- For further information regarding rate, schedules,etc, apply tot -.-- '

Rowing in barber's shop a few steps Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. O: A, OKOI.SBAQUT, Administrator. FERRY'S SEEDS. JNO. \V. OAKS, TraT.. Ajtt, :acL.-_
Every patent.taken out by na la brought before 4 -- '77 Wost Bay St.JaeksonnWe, FLi. '

rut of High Holborn(the last word being the public by noUoe given free ol charge the Notice, to Debtors-ajuLCreditors I -?Always the best, they an ncocntted MJ 'A* V. KNAPP, Traffic Manager, MaconGeorgiaE. '
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pronounced, by the' warwith.the'first ieflii 1nieVkantAret OTICE. 1 a hereby given that all 'persons in- :the standard everywhere.- -

:1 6M long and as though there were no4il4 _". debtei to the estate of Helen M:Crawsbaw., Ferrr Seed Avnval Is the mort
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deceaskd late of Lavrte3-, Bradford ,r untj, important book of toe kind pnb, STEWART, H. Dl
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: it.Ho-burn"Hair cutting, 6&inpooing circulation Of Bar tdentlfla paper la the Florida, will pay the fanw to the un4er'ined .- llfibed; It to Invaluable to UM -

Cd.; ehaving.'Jtd.; cleaning world..bouId Splendidly be without illustrated.It. W.ey No .intelligent C3.OO sear. without. delay- and,,all persooi-haricff-claims planter.: WeKod It fine. '- - Office wf/i, X, --4 I Rfpaast Tal>ole ? awIJipana
nian D.MFERRYACO.DXTKOITf
a tinsf said tsute must present..them, duly TalniliirRipans.Tabiilcs'cuf
Address MUNN ft CO
craping te th-. 6d.; hits. bltcked, SUO six months. ,
I LrsTec1R; 361 Broadway New YkQty. autl-.entieatedVwithin two year or this notice : '* K fStarke :. '-
: 4. Double charge 4 ladies.? Lowlpn', will be plead in- bar. 'of their recovery. ..- Ec -- I -2> Conpani.zyetE. ._ _
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i "M jllt $1ffi 'IJlti: Nassau county, made us, a, pleasant 8:Address V'" Normutwork. VV :

: -' call Tuesday.Mr. V 'j I 8: -Special.;V Praye." .Prof.'seivice.:J.'L.? Davis.. .- ::":V"t.,' A lULL'I LIN1F! ::1il

: *- : : Avery Powell, of Tampa, is V .Rev. Wm. Shaw. :;:.:' e
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3itw1z i 'Sateens, fast colors, ..8j'yj. -,:-. :. rents'in this place. __ / -DevotHinal setyice.. ,.Prof." Evans. V. '_ J if r
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: Hamilton Wool Cashmeres: 34 wide,. We yd.1f'r' Messrs. OrviHc.:1nd. V Orrin Husbands '. V 8f. lClv.. Prof.' Davis. N. JB :JONES. J. V..it.pV" '.s, V V V V .;: ...,jj;,.,:V ,4,
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.FancySE-ge8,3 inches,wide 15c., : p and George Livingston .are V 11: Organization and.Insiness.V Ii'. 'I,' 4rb--. V \Jf.:1.' "_ ?. -.': .. 1'' : .4"f'' j t<,.,,. 11). r.e:.'
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1-2 Wool Chevrons, : : : AF.TERNouN.SES8ION. f'j '. !,.V V ..

v': B All-Wool Changeable Chevrons, 38 inches ioide.a5c.Bea Miss:Emma'Truby is home for the 2:00-Devotional si-rvke M res PV1 ti n F ;
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?ll: tiful All Wool'Plaids for chlldr n's'dres8e8/20".25. :. and holidays. Miss Emma 'is.''attendingschool. .2:15-What the Bible has done for Behind.the. Countar.. / / : w 111&iqp jII

H' rn tr\c. d .',.,?', t% .at. VVinter.ParJc. -i America Rev. 1). Ferris. t'W.J' / : .
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anr15 from .V to > .
: 38-inc1iWqol Cashmere and Henrietta 25 35 c.;; Keith the ju Q : VVf
". Judge and family spent 815.-Normal Bible study. .:. ::". :."""'' Jrtc "r r .".. *
-AIlWool4in Z h' Tricos. 50e. -JV,, : holidays at'Middleburgnvith.Mr.) II; Prof. Davis. ? /! ,
.Farmer'"ud fan llr-' Shoes Clothing ladies' ,Hats .and Jt.
40-inch AIl-Wool'Brocaded Henrietta, 75c: V EVENING SESSION. Night., :-' : .

.. Cord 7c. C'hristrais tree .V 1 ,. ; !.1A 7. ;,
I 40-inch All-Wooll Satin Striped'Bedford The Presbytrria'n! 7:00-Praise service.: ... VV ; "

*t 40-Inch AllrWootiHenriettas? in colors, 60c. ". was held on Monday }Iight; lt was 8:00-Address; Temperance .work in Trimmed and Untrimmed, '

a success in everyrespeet.Mr. the Suixluy school. Rev.. J. G. Bonuell. .
42-inch Wool.HenreU.as! 75c.. TRUBY
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-Normal Biblestudy.V Thomson Corsets. .C.O.-
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i 50-inchAllrWool! Henriettas, $1 and M \. M Hale; of Fort V. MORNINQ. : "**

: 1", 40-inch SilkWarp Henriettas, $1.35.. '.. Call visiting, were among i in the their city,friends.on Tuesday .' : -Devotional meeting. DRY GOODS! .j:14bl: :_ .: .

.' BeautifulAlPWool 'Crepbnnes, 40inch, 90c. 9GO: -Address, Duty and responsibility w* ,"t-. jj.: ., .. '

40-inch $1.25 Messrs. \/. F. V Hall, of Fernan- of parents to the Suudnv school, .
Changeable Sublimes;, Wholesale and R taiiDeaI l ,
All-Wool Assabet. Flannels '75c. dina, .and J. E. Hall, of Orange Rev. 'F.'Piston. DRY GOODS! fsin ;
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: :Gros .,Grain, faille, Surrah and China Silks, from 45c to li:00: -Business and Reports of dele 44 i *c -

Misses Leah and Ella :.Green are General Merchandise :
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at,XValdo this week 8pend8ng*ChriMt- N. J Jones' big :
Changeable Faffettas $1 and $1.25. AFTEHSOON SESSION. .
Beautiful .
inas with their sister, Mrs.' Stru\h: : :
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2:30Wbat the Church should do for stock in consisting V
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Mushes, Felts and Fancy Articles in'SSlk and Metal. Beautiful Satin I night at the school house was lh<{Sunday'sche.KII l, Rev.' IL,Crosby. 'StA.ptesntIFltoC V' V

Cashmere. better than China Silk, .3c yard. very much enjoyedthe young 3:00--Xormul Bible study. of c ro cer1.re.. s" ,:V .

Standard Brands Gin ams. 8c.. folks.. 4;00-Children's hour What. to',dp everythingthat Pt' '. .' Any conceivable article.ind *? -V :
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Light-weight Ginghams, 7c. und how to io it.- Object and blackboard l VV VV ;

A full line of Prints and Domestics at.the lowest 'prices. One of Mr. Lirtdon's little, children lesson., Ut v..Wm ShnW.. his customers F t\e' dt a.v: V Any of Provender V rfS,:. V *' ;ii i
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, Indies' Cloaks and Wraps, and Boys' Clothing.. .by striking her bead 'on the 7:00-Devotional.ISd .,,,. ;r V -j" .
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.! Best and cheapest lino of Ladies' Undervests in the city. dool. ..tl'f's.tc. : r -W hut. is a.boy worth? want. Useless iql I Gids Mi11iery9V '

; The largest line of Hosiery in all the Standartl'brandsand fast colorsI y :
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Mr. and Mis. Turk.'and son, Dan, V PrufJlcDollntd. It
i ever exhibited here. ,- 8-00-Normal Bible tell ; -.. ,.r5fe>>
with Mrs. Thisis study. whatallhe -.
you '
; I A bt'RutiCullilH. of Corsets, viz: Tlifc celebrated Watch Spring Mine. are visiting Strong.have visitedin 8 Consecration V 1 1'I And Furnishing 04s,- all styles, sbKS_and'prices V$
third : service.
the.t winter they
.
I Fl'tncbVoven and Dr. Wartier's Health also severathranrlsc1lCa Li On. 'V.
;: Foy's. and Starke. S..R. Proctor, Lake Butler. Cil1.and. satisfy yourserfgHardware ; :4 "
I sells .
t } Corsets. God l lViLli ,"'ua Till We Meet you all -w V .
;. The most beautiful Shoe .can be seen for a limited period.. Mr.Jesse Reddish and Miss SallIe Agninl": V For Fl1rmc Builders' 1'hosphaieMincrs.. and

*. Great reduction in prices of,Men's Hats. A large assortment of Cliii.dren't Clark were map-led: : last Thuisday, V. -
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Benediction
Stoves
know. When this also Rsngcst 'CokIngtenalhscI
Hats and Cap the 15th, Rev. N. Wainright VV:V :1' .


We invite you to call. V0an'.show you, more than we can tell. officiating. ., ''Every school in _tbe:cnutiTy should.send 'f' Furniture Tl 'IDY'- tailte. and any. pockct\IoOWotalJ. : iI .) ,
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. The school exercises l last 'Friday lit least two delegates. Come. and. bring! enterprising merchant j kluds Qf-otherMIouse'Furnishlnt! tId. T"1
note book. and BOde.V ,
your pencil -
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T./ A. KNIGHT at the Institute :1 I.' '.
night were very '
Resolution of Thatiks.AtVi .. -. .1'1 .' "r.\ ; j
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nice little
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much Oj
('njo't'clnd quite a ) ''
justly .It'i :"
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''V ;'a l". Call and Walnut Streets, .; '. Starke, Fla.BR !sum was realized' : L:ford'cotinty-in mectine of Starke the on teachers December of Brad-7th, i says EST GOODS LOWE lP81 S ; _

At the tOlll'll mcnt riding last the following resolution was unanimously' his is the ,

Saturday Mr. Oliveiy New River ." ." .. . .
Valual.le railroad ticket found adopted and ordered 'published .in. the .' .
!'j .T >DFORD COUl\ Y. TELEGR/PH, which tlw'owner can have l by -, captured the .h'usi prize'and,Mr..Everett TELEGRAPH and Fioiida l School Journal: U .n.." ; f.<":'';j-c.
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.;.. proving' J ohll ,the second. ; LEADING GOODS DRUG STORVEP 'JYIIN.''.c
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,:' --- -. property aiid paying charges. .I&solTed That we. the touchers:of Brad: DRY HOUSE .VV 1,
I ford Institute ; .flt
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assembled heartily .
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county
::". 't.irke, Fla.. Dec. 30, 1892. AddresJUox D -c:9 63, Lawtey, Fla.| V Mies Ida Witkovski will leave endorse the"" action of E. OMIill, V .i ; "l 4

+. "L -: > 1892. 5t_ Sunday for Jacksonville, when* she chairman of' the'board of.public instruc- V In this. V

l "- Local affairs.Why has accepted 'a. position a8 bookkeeper tion,"in his earnest support of the sch ols V. Watdhrnake( t'd.t

for Clark & Loftus. of the county, and hereby tender him .
\1 thanks: for the manly way in _which be t :
buy inferior flour when you Vf, bits supported us, as teachers of the public place, he backs up r.tfi..t ;-
ftrv\
I;' can et:we>t Home t. the same I The Episcopal people gave an schools.. ",.'t
J JeweLVfV
oyster ..supper'a' their church on V .
atJreiberg&I1rl.
price Try Bur-Dii AtJGifT tea for Dyspepsia.
his assertion :
: V Tuesday, night. 'Flie\'athm' being with ,...>. '! ,' .
f V V e ,
delicacy .
GROCERIES. Every V V
: j.S"bark .'
RtlJl'T1lno great amount V V "
. very wasrealized. _
To the Public. "
b found at j VV' V .
; for the' holiday can f t V E1
V- Truby teriThurg&; po V. V V V .Having accepied .the agency for. the : several good and GASKINS V :
? .Manhattan Loan Agency,of Chicago. 111.,1 L' L. ( tpVVVV.
Mi':;. Waltersj; on Crosliy- lake, .is .At Vsubstantial ( ?
.All kinds, 'of haujingdimo.uroinpt- \ / suffering with a stroke of paralysis, for Bradford county, I feel satisfied that DEALER, INV .. Je "'fei $
,
'Iy.atJ.V.. AlvareZ'& Co.' staHus. V\1 her right sirlo being paralyzed. Sbwas the'plan upon which 1 can loan'money --'- rea- Drugs & Medicines LargestAssprlnwnfWatch'es
mid thetime, of five ten ivcn. -tra :'
\4a Jo years u&well -' I
: V
Send your Jacksonville consignments \ /c/vij .c paralyzed once before, that time us the low rate of interest jh>injpd, 'V V V Starke, Flat V V '

:t to. the .Florida Producer's L, being her left ide. will meet with' the. wants of many ofour sdhs; Pliyskiaiis' Prescriptions Clocks -

and. Consumers' Exchange.. tftried citizens* ; V Uttr.efvttii; .: Comixjvndedat a hovrt- Avery enjoyable'reception was permission :I refer parties wishing 'ruglLt rt[ Jewelij .VV
Ha\e-you Street Homejlonr? given by Mrs. \V. H. Mahone at'her' to leant or the plan or system we loan on. First of all, :he has served .. Va -. .;
1jiJ"'e'ft&. .are inc'enslOg"ery day? -V HHTING: THE HUKLSEYEIs ; home last'elllngi in' honor of her to the following ,gentlemen' : J. G. AlvareZ "xy V'V

I 1 to trade ute it. For sale: l h yHeiberger ,1 the sign of a good marksman: but niece, Miss Mollie Finch. A large .'D:. Wainrisrlil.V/ 1' Weeks -t.eo. E. Pace- sudN. behindhgood& counter i Young, .:. V Special"attention giverjlVt:: J< "V: ,

V ), & Richard. i it pafar better to strike a bargain: nu'mher'were present and all expressed I will make full statement of the plan & : ,. V.V
: *: $ pairing oVIocks; :and AV a ,
.e'o ?? XVebb for cards, stencils, than ifdoos'lo strike a target. themselves. aving'htd a and other facts thereto in the next, i issueof V GENERAL BLACKSMITHWOODWORKER *"1.- Vg, V ?, ?'i VVS .

; COntl9 .t.be Florida Produce and I, -,Always Better aim still to to bit buy the at bullseye low ; most pleasant time*. V I I this paper. S. F. GAKDINEK. for:25 years, and is conceded I Good. work done, at reaaooa1eratePOR .f;,
i, prices '
\iners'; I.! ...Make the rule where ; HcElrea'sWIMe OF CMftOUl for female ditcaici.At V. D- ,
ifLarge tho
Exchange figures
s.
: ..,. are high F'll'S.. : S. of the .
'41 Ij j I i. To shun all costly devices. q Mitchell, one --- tobe the keenest buyer that I V :
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linp-of. books for Christmas I I In our stock, high ladles who occupy the Y>ung house Hymen's Altar. The V :
quality runs folloWing;;(|esc"ribed::1io 7 t i' ,,:
Morgau !Bros.;' neck and eck with low prices. It's on Madison street,has.lost her little The following extract is taxen from the cated wiiffin theTcorpptate hlmlThdV.4

'Job-printing, of 'all. kinds at the 's-vision of the ca tle! of economy to boy, Perry. The}little fdlow'was in Albany (Ga.) Herald. ',Mr. Durden Is goes to the market. Is l located at thi? old linshop:where"* he town. of'SUrk \ bffered lor*' *._ !ti *

: TELEUKAP office:._ enter our store, where you can pickup poor l health when they .came here, wellkniat5tarke. He is the son of prepared 17,make or repair all kinds of Sj w6creLifl4 et j

'Christmas bargains liko apples. in an' or- jut bad.: imjuoved.very much,.when Mr. T.- J. 'DIl dn. of Hampton. Those Second. His long. experience, iron tin'or wood-work. ,"Ho',vU! ma'Rej'ou well dDC-d."OD"bfclul.r ; 'f'1 f r'i!
candlesand .
hold-
. tree. chard. death suddenly' claimed him a wiigon or ; .
Make a ballscye: 'while the on who knnw'1n extend congratulations I and*; $
ers.at Morgan Bros.I : make you a plow rcl'lllrIUl'c'otftCpot: pointed Ckteired rw tt
: windfall lasts.and liIto\\.th. t." you Monday nights The'1' : .body was At the resi'dcnw. of the, bride's'.father: in the business gives him a shoe your horse ) *V :; V V V p *!V" Vtzeicellent t

I fVnlc to the P.>& C. Exchange, .: have an eye for buSiness 'and know rahsf erred- 'to Sir. Johns'vault toe Mr. W. A.BroniBto-ay/thia! city. at hnlf- A'ermotor., l.t J V : thecay: g'' :'-n4"ouibaIldI: ';
V Jacksonville for before the aiSTeience between 10' b carried North in the'springl.: : past 3 o'clock' It nfternouiiMIss. MymiBroadawiiy w Now.Mr.F8rmer... m *1 yOUfofind ",
Juarket prices cent V
off and ppr -, < was.united in 'marria e to tr. superior knowledge qf what the nut all about>Ube .windmill. n* it can 'the'foflowlng, t .O eT. :
you ship elsewHere. tfWe"make 20"per TRUDY c nt.ae \'ar.ce.! V Last Wednesday-: St. John'Djay -* i A. .C, Durden,, the-Rev.V ,E. B. "Carroll used for any pucan at water' jJwir '.1'the' '!. ':.H'.' "t1;'A:.': L. :0'..,
relume on day of pale- STERSBYRQ & Co. officiating; be'put'to. W .are ,in town 1OPftini. 'as :
.rf !
V and the la80u u lodge of -thiscffy i trade needs and where and V >
V 'FJ P, & C. Exchange Jacksonville. The marriage is regart.ert by those who -. call and leara.ahI ; It. It doea not .r .. .
Good Looks: offic'rafor # ltringtJII Is' .3;" .
celebrated by installing ..
know '
Good V thefhiglr contracting parties a. a take a wagon load aaey purchase
lf' -_ ::: looks are more than skin"deep following year' as follows; inns' happy i>ue. V one; but It is -- d. fulLtiitj& pies, 6 trec (3j8te dard) ooF Jtt
to it at ROCK BOTTOM ,
ONE 'MILLIONVBOXES depending upon a healthy condUion.of \V F. ,Thc lrideI. [yonhg lady of handsome' how get *" f" 9OflgTrces 4
of \r- tUft vital organs. If the Liver be In m. Malphurs, V. M.; J., \. yoo. 4 ,4 r.arltlefF11' -:' :

'ang \vanted by .liurtoni IC Barr, active, you have a Bilious Look, if Johns, S.V..; J. Wainrigk, 'J. appearance and possesses all those graces GED W. "Y 'G1f .j 4'varieties;'Apricot! ,7{ tMriiaHUOB. it.*' -V "
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of that j j: -* ?
character A
'Jac onville. your st.flln\'h he dblOrdered'YOI1 have a W.; N. 'D, '\Va JIi'ght'.S; .;;N.: W. ftomanly and charm the :PRICES. V floicestselected ar ieifi e /* t : f
sterner make the world .
ileX .
Dyspeptic 1ok: i nd if brighter < Stance P18.V .
be : -
vour. kidneys -
''Rl'cei\'ingChti goods at Mor aflected you have a Pirched Looks Hackett, treasurer;; F. J. Fields, S. anti better. She Is also Accomplished in .. varefes! IICf, 1' :1

gan'Bros. < : Secure good health and you will have I D.; ,W. G. Green, J. D.; N.. S.kVainright domestic affair and well' fitted'tobecomeIllVWIfLVIf Third. He carries the nicest COMERL1PEEK; :' V All the aboytf trees tty'. "ucuug. IEUJ** "*,;"."'i

good alteratve looks. Electric Bittern is the 'great '\ S. S.; A.'YJonhlrn.T. I a V good main V t A.TrORNEY-'T-LA IT ..nd1OTAUV It of them in thefr.I1 9Dd .n. tk! pt5'lf

bles Peaches=grapes,; herJ'ies'c eta. m6!* Tltal and Tonic ortra ;8.it Cures sets directly PihipleH on : S.; Wm..N. "Meacham, chaplain; 'V.P. BcKUEE'S- W'NE OF C A RDtJt V for:V Weak V Nerves.. line,of Dress Goods Silks Velvets V -, -::.. ; -. M t *_ placeVEUsWe: *_ *-T / 4 ; 1.* jrfl
etc., and in J Fire Insurance.
oranges season. Blotches Boils and gives a good com 'Weeks, marshal; I.. 'V. ,Cone, V -.-- \ aeed. For: furflaer.informat1o.sppIy/ t
.tf P. & C. Ex.. Jacksonville.TheTELEGRAPH ., pl x1on. Sold at Starke Drug' Go's Tyler. V ,* Highland.. Represents LIVERPooL.t LOSDOWaOJOBE.PROVIDENCE V tDR ;A 'lSCbfT' .
I. > 'WASHINOTOX, GKEENWICH
store 50c. .
/ n-jil\ be sent. to per bottle. 4 .- Rev. .Witsojg. of Tampa, made a short and' pl she?-:for lhis.mar-. SECURITY, and HARTFORD Fire',Jmnrmnce -4 ,. -c-'-' of '-. > '' 't..q i
A real jolly Oiolce'lou of Lao V ; goodoldfashioned visiL town lasiweck.V T x Companies. .. .
address for Cook Von V n I rf. | *"
any 1_a.year. > Book' Free, ? > county for sale.. : 4 ? i* "-y.-r L J *.**sC--, j f
No tpuble to receipt: of ten cunts 'in stamp's or wedding took place at the. home.of The PresbyterianSubday school" bad ket; coriseguenty the trade STARKE ,. ;V ._* V J'LORIDA.I FJ9"' : V ',t"401. "'i..1
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when .'1C your money com the U., IL & D. will send a copy of Mr. Andrew Crosby I last Thursday their nnnual ChrisrmHS exercises nt. 3 : ./ -. '* JnelStf V, : "L V V V .t"
deal witb .heV. & C. .. : V %
you xdiaiiKe. the : .
the week. All friends' and ftn
Washington .neigb to't.
cook book o'clock .. nice VV .. .
postpaid, to m. on Saturday- Many conies to : f .11. '
V tt; SJJxadtrtS8.. The book bors with their roilies invited frforicegoods. 9EEt Mb4VVPHYS1CIA V r-. ,-:1
V- V comprises. over were presents were distributed and .the exercises .- V TATE J : '
I; Fine hir, ;. fltlCatIitg&atJ: .- .\V pages 'and is freely illustrated. Ifs in to spend'the" aa',. The'men were'veryhHeresting. ," V tr ,X;; i ". .1r."io.. : .''. .L:

,0' 'A.Ivart'z"Z- Co. V ilinuu the standard cars that autlmutv: run on between the famous folks indulged in. :-a rail .splitting, Messrs..Ramsey Bros. have their build .Fourth. His financial.standing AND: 'SURGEON; ;to..:- .. ,
daily Cincinuati and V
ings .machinery nearly ompleted foreornmcllciog1.be -. 'J., -v'J < V
Iron an-1 while 4hegentler folks enjoyedhemelve3 .,
anil! "'\\'agn1s'al.lorgau( Chicago on the "Velvet manufacture ofjewelry. :. < Vt
Brn'2C. "Tram" of the C.. II. & D. and Honon a.quilting.In th .cven- The scbtlQls"in .town are having a two enables him to buy .direct Office at Catkins' Drug' "'.""""' V V .
r V Koute." Address E. 0. McUormick. G. P. ng Miss Alice Crosby and Mr. Geo. Wt'eks; vaqatioi. V *> V' ,
v J W 1 lodges ha*.a large stock of & .T. "2'ent 0.. II.' & D. R R.. .Cincinnati S. Oliver, of Duval were .VIiss Kate Cook is r,'home from a short V STARKE -V FLORIDA V l' V VV ,
to .-O. The 0. II. & D. county, i from: the mjlStf : V' i:_ r
in
manufacturer and
.clothing that\ he Js bO\ltllrlo% sejl. with the At connection married, Rev. \V m:.,Mall'llllrs .ofRciating. vacation from her school. V ... ; V
is n' -
Call and VL non the World's Fair Route I Very interesting services were held'at I .'v. 1,
flee i it. V I -v f"IJ '. a .:
The .
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to J1SfTS .
Chicago. happy couple havetile the Bennett school house Saturday eve I, P.A..T. f *. V

L our. KoljiUy goods iunst: i.t i. 01d. Pronounced Hopeless. .! best wishes. of their ,many and Sunday. Rev. Wm. F_ Malpburs. by strictly;for.cash?and thus putting Caveats' and TradeMark obtained and all Patent fV <&. "_ .'..." -":. .
Yet Saved. : "c ,
and business conducted MODERATE FEES' iv
his added
efforts. much (
to "
'riends. presence V
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r have c\nclude! Hurd;of Oroton, S. D. .1 inleresVuO luc him in tOUC11VWIthVt1Z8VVTI2- and we can secure patento ;f V V
nothing in this ; we quote "wa V
line
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will ;; henc? aIinces! ] tatvcn. with a bad cold, which settled on The Christmas ..treeat: V Hope TflftClay l iII Sunday school celebrated aDd at less cost thai\those remote( le"rm /*%. V a .
ho made with ibis end in'ICW mv SLnsttrms on Saturday eve. iDKtOn. -r .
TjxmKs, (-oagh set in and finally ter church was a veryenJ"ya1fe: affair. V : ,.IthV V
Call1'H1y| before the n assortment: w. minated in Consumption. Four doctors'pavrt The tree was beautifullyldecoratedand 'Winter-' '.visitors from ,Philadelphia porter and manufacturer making V tion.Send,model We advise--draw1igor it 21UDtAilleor-photrt not fret V V V VI VV
broken. Truby jne up, saying I: could Jive but a Michijran and Massachusetts are looked charge Our fee not due tilt patent tieeur' i', V "', :
Sternhiirg &Co. short heavily laden with\Christmas V *- y V V <
Obtain Patents
tinje. I gave -my jself'up to form .Jan llry'1' V A Little Book "How to V 1" : VV'
j'r; FOJI SAI.K CUEAp-Ofl.'- .: l. .Saviour,determined if I:: could not stay tHy giftS Old Santa, Claus -not being Strawberries are doing remarkably well; ':him tfy .only middle man town IJ&JDer'sent ogaevzafcuents freed, Address In sr your V $V tatericor.: .. .. ?

l VV .organ. ,.\t top with my friends on the earth, i would able Jo b"e. present,.Mrs, Santa Clans lots of blooms'and quite a little'ripe fruit. V V V C.A. SSOWOpp V ,- : :V V' :
A3iply4Staike : !\:1ti"t11'lfer. meet mynbsent ones above. My husband very"neat Mercury Wednesday-; .morning .84- the :Patent Office., W..811". ( ..y .., :'" ,
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rn speech tellingltheieo .
t. V" 16.i(4 was advised to get Dr.King's New DiscOvery lowest yeb-but nothing hurt. 'between the consumer and man VV .r ., p. .
V ..?.. or l 1&.thtV. ehe had 1 '. '. { _- .. ." ,. t ,0
Coemption-CouKbs. and 1 > neyei6ef6rc Mt. ihc : Fruit V V ... w-VV
Sl\tnuel.BooD. ;
boss'watermelon .
-j
!Trees.
Colds. I %. ,-- ; r 't .". r.r; ..'ii1" 4
it .
Lo T-I\lldi gave a trial, took in all, eight hadiA'cbancA howe .T V ; .
ell-.tbeVpcople ? .
'commenced
raiscrr has to fit bis
afteraouulast ground : : '
framed. plo.l'graph.! : y < with booklet) a: bottles I: ain now U-nas'cured-weli me and, and'hearty thank woman God .b'ad.been'kept in thejbackgroundand for'93. m 'V QCC Ol'fAL.. ufacturer., ,.. :!.: VV VV .est V J:lgafn. io...putting calf the attention nut fruit It.t\tref ,,'.<..-. t.1 .'..,:' .., .'..."._Fi.-t..f" "::" ii.iV'.'.

hV .'he finlt.'r ''ill l>9 rewarded Jeavngl Trial bottles'free rnttgtarke' Drug Co's deserved more credit V > ::1 '. .. ., Jo kind, Jo the fact that 1 can'fill t. '.-A-ii> ,," ?" .". .' t."
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Mr. J .ljee 'Ga. 'G'r' ...
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Motesi of. IacOI1; (.- "' .
store .
the package with the postmaster. L regular size. Me and| .oo.McElree 4 thai aTitabut bad never received ; ; TV;.: .. -./". .- cheaper than they can.get'M\\ ./7" :'p .:*M .: .Jot., .
has rented the store'next to Mr. ; : inc* .
V elsewhere ,LeConte V
Dec. : pears
l6-2t. her '_ .
tree V 'i
V portion of praiseThe: .wasa V po. : '
: '.i
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; Rivers' and : < V r V,. old. and Ifriffer Hylwida\ '. -
V 3 Wine! : Cardul success and'all enjoyed themselvesto opened jewelry-! :store. V .. 'J"" I year too, ;'
I o.ThhlG.'e Mr. ,Mbtas has .located.permanently : Also* large stock'of, shrubbery. ; f.. "C';
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THEDFORD'S BUCKDRAUGHT'are : O >.
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x that the utmost.. VV \ < what he is tfora ,
presume
f VV. V:4 *." V '> .: can see buying .7.... i
yya want a new suit before Xmas. for, taleby; ,the 'f l1o ,, ng merchants ii .P r -. -V, with,us.and. -J is.prepared to'do repairing V V V J-V for it.,.Grapi vine 'sfL the best\ V '. -. Jt
jBrWtNE OF CA1UUI.a Tonic for W wea of silverware 'watches .: ; : ,,V V ;, V .0h
'jewelry i'c" .
"Hw the case call soon Bradford county: .' ; : of ri a."l'1J.J't. S1'D :.. :' .
as*we VV V V '' .t' clocks., See his biwmegs '.' : < ,. .. 'if".t .: .J'A'
:..baJe' ,.1egant.l STARKE DRUG Co;. Starke.V V or announce- .. < _;<: 'I I. :
JineVtprices For Sale > *
; .heard of F before: :\Ve mean bn,1V unA .-- JNO.A.0.W. YOUNG KING, Lake Hampton.Butler. V V ..One\.road V cart, and Clieap.the. following'ar.? meat.1n'another:column. V : ;1 .,. .I. &#: V V VV '.*.2VV.V 'S' 'F; aARDIr IEIE .' ::t.: ::
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fles. TrnbY,8trIjur.. :& Cb.Fon .-' V J.H.P.C.McCULLEY.PARKER New Lawt River.T. ;.. ticles(The of*safe.furniture, : ,*" V .: *- Happy. homes:ian; be. 'madestill .;., "IF.V :. .: V ; "V .'. IV:.: :_ tt AgeiCykV 'V V i',

S LE.C E -;-:" nearly iiewVi Bucklen's Arnica Salve One sec larjwiLh'book-. .-,- '. happier, providing you ,prucnreT aNew V '! V I.. VVVV ':" ', ._ 'I.'P'".-_-:.. .. .'.. .,,_.-,.\ ..: .L" V ..., W.L ;. ;-,
2-hOfle. JThebest V"V 'Two tables.. ., V '" ,U pme ewingrn Ch2.bef; rt : > > > .' .. V. .
hicktye salve in the. :world. for "cuts dining\ VVVWVS : UNTT SUityiIOI{ ,$ '
IaA. Oinginailnnc. bruises, sores ulcers salt r'I(um. fever Two bed room setfij- V.' J .V VV V holidays..We: rstill Have, a few. V V V 'V' < 'DEP.IJni _. .': '. ,'"M'I I: ;.-.S 5, ; .
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V ,. \). '.. '. ;} 16 31 ,sorcs"tetler-chapped.} "Four, V V V >: r5: V V ..-. V .:" '.
chairs .
V V '' hands ,chilblains, dicing ,, .? ? Truly_ Sternburp. &."CoJJ"; VV :: I .' ; ._ ..let. Postomce.. : ". : r' .
.corns, and all skin Vp < > 'I ,4" -
AII in condition. V .
eruptions and VVV
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few"elegant posi- good ; .
1 : : : e. ,
I 6ikVtInl4reLIssuit.! : lively enres pilI's. J' : ; : ; : :':7'7 : :, ',.: t: "V>,,.i/.'. ." .'
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a uLe .'Cr Chjsjm pay required. It V MRS.-R. A.22t ..BULKY.jjpaos UoiIday'goods in great variety : _.. .JfII ", ., .J.t, .;.-4
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exttie rngath\ the ; > n litteced ia.1'1nI alone"are'.Tuible: '. another .is ''spiritu- of travel on Morocco" it I*expn sYyatated '- :1

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L ct ejor-vjpany frr s ft'jb *waj'Sa n It: its hi 'it :Of '""development.Yestminster. .DOW.disappeared,-Fortnightly'Review. -opuqco4jiThe.
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diTif l iMtf'.' Mnw riiQSW nftl 'developed are' of Asiatic ? '. V .Money" Lenders' Europe. 3?* Use Jf.the,BIg-kt Fo t. -
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t-ictlTeMfi ythow1o The :3ip coarSga.are Ivet itopef i L, : :lca. -. oasts... 'in the Italian-mont; di piefa, : hind,.rdln"wimore mobile abd at.,the VVPL.

i.'t ,- ; ., raij&Jj >>: .."j-vitjoflhMPc *.- : rhoi : rk .-,, largftHumbert ,which weieTfoundtd' .in :same,time it1ger- tbAn'tle 1tJ-
r! -n t &cetary Italy ,throughout .sixteenth century,, LetIoflthit.Leer1t.ttribu 1 "q
'testfng against'ihe issuing loD'aicf: : and the;objects' <>f **h1cl t rf, IC:the L ) not th tthdpehiatytoeztend'itzehfi

iib .- 'Columbian Exposition>& i wh'en' : .tnietd'of, a.. first Instance, asentfalrjsfctorattble) : the : .,t rZVisii
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: JaHd..bases-bis protest"on' : "mother. .;-be"eo.-, avowed'r.urpose.of the iiTatP&tioa being :tne.consUtuThiitthc i,-and.tbeleftextremUif. *
.- yipla.tionbf i the law by/the/ fn :reittlto' 0 foW fp' connf!era'ct,the.injurious t ffecCof usury 'are "erted J be'mbre Iiab'el to- diseawt

-' ""ift'orities iniceeping best'family'r.m-' ly"lcr..ding'money deposits' -at an almost 1 than tbe.right.: The'.more' dr.fflculf'

:r t f- V :On Sajjdayi He" states.- ,:sh'oald'tutiy j infinitesimal rafe interest.' The movefnentostsge dancing- are inoally

'wasJegajly.opened >in' .1;?. V Francitcan' monks eli.the ftrst to lend executed nyon the' &ht foot, and,:-it Isg .- .
'oi -that sincerthat time the BBM| :. money oa goods," and in":)1515, t they'we're eneralry conafden d tbit-.unteaa dobI.ieft ..*_- '' '-y' '?f'fZ'\\
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