Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 1893
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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__ .. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 18.1893. NO. 9.


I. FLORIDA NEWS\ NOTES. we settled in trust already the the question since much the talked of supreme law of and$100,000 cour now :: I BO ref that of to our the the people benefits"sub-tropical may of this avail laborato-free themselves gift.- j i FARM, GIIIJyE AND_ GARDEN largely various discarded.componds The of liquids copper consist iron, STARKE DRUG CO.

will resolve itself into cold cash zinc. etc., and of those so far as treat-

Items of Interest Gathered at Random early money due the state from j department of agricul- i i [InteiesiiHi! Notes jtf Florida! Fruit stand at the head Its composition -WHOLESALE AND

: fr All this wre, recently opened, and under the has been reduced from sixteen RETAIL
: ill Over the State source, but it w about as difficult fof a management gf Prefessors I Tract Grows gdnalh.
.' state to collect as for individuals i Swing! and of copper and
: the probabilities of Webber. Ample building and grounds thirty pounds of limo in twenty-two Manufacturing
are that I
} Eight )Jtears qome the j have been ceded
wero killed last week to the United States Chemists.
.t,::;::_ in the Oclawnha companies will be utterly unabla to ''tor their President J. B. Smith, of the Co.I .- gallons of water, to eight ]pounds of
of Marion experiments and valuable
: ., sulphate of and six pounds of
on lleIUand-howcyC'r
J'f' pay necticut Orchard copper
Valley ,
we shall company
.. .-r.".;'.1' county.Tho soon find out. apparatus, and consising of library, instruments 1 isays : Plowing between the peach l lime in fifty gallons of water, without Our stock is the purest and( best. Prices .
all the
'', necessary appliances tho in the Prof.
't altering efficacy leant.
; I --- trees in July when a of fruit is
: ..< railroad traversing Yolusia The interest in have been provided by the : is late Galloway stated at the santo time that We guarantee our .
Jacksonville's hanging
Very> .
county com I i detrimental ,
I /
pay nearly one-third of the j government. Correspondence is invi-
matter in connection
an important
,;. !ng and festival fertilization i is beneficial
laxes week is ted from ., summer

<;"",' terstate idly increasing on account of the rap in- !, "franks" all will parts be sent of our to state those, who and to mature peach trees, but nigro I with tho work of tho was fungicide.the proper At firtft distribution FEVER AND AGUE CURE, OUR ASTHMA SPECIFIC _
fertilizers used
must not
i\i The championship contests in g ucoUs ,
... departure of the Orange county every wish to send specimens or write to I there were no machines entirely] snitedto
:" car for the world's fair was postponed of legitimate sport, and the the laboratory. This offers io all .I because! of their tendency to develop tho work. In old S And we make to be the best.
.. ,. great value of the numberless '( Into that I many everything
; to the
; 15th pfizos "i wint.rki.
.. instant. persotis easy acceiss to A scientific i brooms, whisps of straw watering
""; in the Interstate firemen and : use bone meal principally. }

, :}i D. J. h bicycle tournament and athletic knowledge of horticulture and more i ing of young trees probablv would not cans, syringes n.nJ'ariou other contrivances Physicians' Prescriptions Filled Dayor
.: Arnold has been appointed carnival. The sports particularly of the pathology of plants!' do. I were used as H means of distributing Careruly
"'''' :. postmaster at Ft. Green, DeSoto from crowds that will attend which has at lout become a science of I the preparation. The re-

'.1 county, vice A. lIen ry, resigned. other all southern parts of cities Florida will, Georgia remind and cne ,\ the greatest importance. i During the past season says the I sulta.s, in many cases, imperfectwork Night.9ItI .

"*. I of the busy month of March rather Prorlmnniion ol'ilie Juril'iifij'nniHtniuitact} has becomopll'Ut I and consequent luck of success .

I.is said that I the recruiting station I than the dull summer mouths. The.i 1 i State: Health Officer State Porter OOlrer.issued n that the citrus fruit businessso in holding the diseases in check. In E, .
Lere for the order to break the .
,' United States army has received I program of events will be hold from i I the following proclamation Friday : far as the orange is 'onC'erned-is I up liquid into aiibtlike
GG( applications, examined 33 September 1 down to level where n spray 1 specially constructed
.. ... to September 10. j! PENSACOLA, FL.Augut! 111893.: getting a large
;;, .: and rejected 30. i j I nozzlo and a strong force-pump werenecessary.
To l the Public forhmls will bo thrust upon
r direction of everyman
[ : By the All Kelmei ill loranosof the membrane andcnmCOMORRHCEA
t' The Snh.Tropi<'al Exposition Company I i ..tate board of health, in compliance who lu'a small tract of laud rtluirt'meuts were and mlO;DIOI..No '
found in the other tfutaenl Ncret ?T-
Firo insurance rates in Jacksonville of Jacksonville is now an organization with section 769 of the revised statutes and plants a few trees. Tho orangeiUhtl'tn'i h has been Vl'rmore well nozzle, which KINCH ; .. IY any aear.an etfecti.c fnfe, .Sold 0 -r J

., have )been reduced 23 per cent in con- of the past, and in its place is :; of the state of Florida, the state health i is yet and alIwi be a fect. For all-round work nigh low-per dlt BALM co.,P's Atiinbj? *. c

.i' / Kequcuoe of the improvement of the the Florida Zoological Garden and exposition 'filcef of Florida assumes supervision profitable; business, money is on
) tire department. with Harry Maynard, pfesi- .i of all sanitary matters in the city and going to bo made by those who plant well growing, but horse crops knapsack is best answers for larger .
power -
i dent ; C. E. Maynard.gcneral Pensacola. first-class in localities ---- ---
and port of The nia"uagi oranges frst-cluHI
them plantations. With USE AXU AlirSK OK SLAXO.
':: ;, Tax collector W. G. Long and Z. T. atrical manager ; Prof. W. meut of details and the executionof give them the bett care and a knapsack
a man from four to
, pump h
<:< musical! director of I market their in businesslikemanner. spray
Alsobrook have put an irrigating tho "Zoo" brass instruction will be through tho i crop I five -
plant] band and orchestra and K. executive Many will make acres a day ; with an automatic How New Blood Is Infuse;! into ourJ.anguagt. 1 w -
, intheir\, orange grove at Lishon. H. )lc- department of the Escam- j money h horse-power and two men from fifteen
Jt is Millan, secretary and l bia :' while others will only] make a living.
1/. : ,a perfect plant and cost $1,500. treasurer. A county board of health. Tho t.Jnpniie. o twenty acres a day. With a homemade -

beautiful and ambitious wild tiger-cat, state health officer desires to say to barrel drawn by one Brander Matthews, professor of Eng- BOTANIC

I f...... An immense amount of moss is be- recently caught near Jupiter, has been the public that at the present time \ .f(:olditu .tfn\brrrp. I horse and two apparatus men to operate, ten lish at Columbia, a novelist of distinct'on.

t" ing hhippe'd from Gainesville to eastern presented to the Zoo. Two bear cubs I here docs not seem to be any occasion The New Orleans Time-Democrat : acres would be counted a fair day's I playwright of repute has a good word BLOODBALM

! and western. points. The and a school of alligators smile in their ; for undue alarm or scare. The report i' states that Luther Rurbank, of Call.] work to say for slang! in the current number of

Spanish new home, as also does fifteen of the forilia, who makes! a specialty of producing :I Harper's Magazine. As be expected
nioss industry, already large domestic I autopsy on the Rev. White and't __ ___ u _____ may A thoroughly tested RemedyFOR
increases. steadily Florida. variegated rattlesnakes. Ellen Wood having been officially accepted new varieties by hybridization, from a man of his! experience, he approaches ALL

I fttid declared as yellow fever ': ha8 lately brought out what he calls the subject from the side of
common sense. Hs out that "a
: for tho the state the Japanese Golden Mayberry, which points
f present authorities i
The South Farmers
Florida of
: Phosphate Eecambia coitntv and i sldven 'in is standard bat been
company will ho describes the earliest of speech as ollensive as a This remedy tre.Ind
of Liverpool after other portions of West Florida" act on the declaration and will institute as 11 In not found wttnline.for forty ear
r- undergoing speak such raspberries. The plant is said to across sloven id nrmiicrs or dress. for the eminent physician who bus: H
,;.0;;' ll.any hardships, went into the hands i in the most encouraging manner of i precautionary measures! use of words is, after nil, of \a certain and an vary Inn, ucces.i*lldiseases
"itt- I between the of The Drift of Her and Prosperity 1 mater
l the Progress for which It is
to Rubus-palmatus
looking protection of all citi- rlomm.ndfd.
of the
a receiver a few days ago. J. O. present condition of crops and the : and taste and rcfncment. Hi is difficult, besides never fall to lf nclit dOlt
and the Cuthbert
Carr of Ft. Ogden was appointed. prospect of large yields. The late zeiin as may be deemed necessary.: A j Japan raspberry Hotel to distinguish sometimes between quickly ald elrttualy driving out al
j Briefly 415tHL "teiu
is described follows Berries germ j tbronh
house-to-houso as : araof /
rains have been especially!' beneficial to inspection has boon ordered the slang and the words which bear: the tbft medium v the skin, liver
:, to ascertain tho number of sick 1 golden straw color, as large as mark of Mr. neys without any nnplensnnt or Injurious
the corn, hay and correctness result of
It Is not Ignorance
potato and .lgnity. effects.
crops, an anl tbl
Edward Gale Quina having resigned abundant yield of each is now I i in the city and the cause of the sick- Cuthbert, and Rnil to ripen before tho Happenings of Interest In Matthews divides slang broad or xupentitlon. It Is founded upon
practically Portrayed rammoo senseund a thorough knowledge
the office of quartermaster the Third assured. The fruit ness. ; strawberry, however, woule classes. Into two of these classes fal of modern medical nclence. It effectually(

battalion Florida state troops, Maj. the largest ever gathered crop and has there been is I 1 The result of this inspection, made I' an objection in the Gulf 6ttes. Pithy Paragraphs.A the survivors,of "thieves' Latin," as purifies hoalth to and the enriches sufferer-the Asa blood general and brings tonic

Williams on Tuesday appointed S. B. not a fruit grower in this section but I: as rapidly, but thoroughly, as possible, plant grows like a tree, to eight called, and "the catch words- of the moment it health-giving Is without a rival properties and In it It Is* ah01utfIY i

Hutchinson of Peusacola to fill the what can jingle several will bo given to the public) as! soon as feet high, with spreading rnchc!, San Antonio Texas, dispatch of ," as Mr. Matthews aptly calls them, beyond comparison with any remedy ewr
"acaDO '. spare dollars I I l largo- white bell-shaped blossoms, such expressions. for example as "\Vheredi offered to the public. It Ma panacea lor all
) i in his pockets. A large of completed. An official investigation '] Tuesday says: The )xican ills resulting from impure and impoverished V
quantity outawl
il i into the of the referred which are soon followed by the large, you get that hat -phrases which blood-the current of life; quickly
l late fruit origin cases to the Rio Grande
remains on are Crarnia.Mb Inl
yet on the treei to upper and cures a.
An interstate j golden semi-translucent berries of are common, vulgar 11. tID' '
firemen's tournament will bo commenced at There cphcmeral >t eas (atwvhtTh.n.sati.m.
ouco. Jraptlon.
be sold, and the will it are becoming so numerous and bold that aiiJ'BIaddPV
year prove avery the two other classes we forgotten
will be held remarkable size sweet and i
at Villa Maynard\ suburb no to the health office of very palatable.
a DU
of profitable one for tl.ose! who have I reports any j the authorities are unable to cope words, which by some curious I Xerrotu a p r.Fe.le"ek*. *
Jacksonville, on the afternoonof orchar s. I new cases of yellow fever, or any suspicions with them trick come into full use again, and the I .

in Wednesday, September 6th ; $350 I, cases thin morning. The inmates from fulling*. The bank of Wellsburg] (W. VR.) new words which are coined to expresssome I INVESTIGATE FOR YOURSCLf.
prizes arc offered for the success of the house where the two cases Pf'nr'f1 Send for our Free Book of VaJuaMe
ful The statement has been made with I The Fruit flron-cm' Journal claims owned by Samuel George, closed its new meaning or to emphasize an Information together with .wonth.r-
,; competitors. of yellow fever occurred, and which} old Mr. Matthews interesting tnt of certificates of
authority that during the eleven] years that a certain successful }horticulturist I doors Tuesday morning. The bank one. gives some I array from the sltaple to nUarlabltClt
iiro isolated, are in good health. The has of examples of oM:' words and disease, known remedies ,
i in which the Disston companies : i in Louisiana has accomplished something assets $300,000liabilities$150- aftfr':
Harry D. Bounetheau, of Jacksonville -comprising excitement which has prevailed for the I revived, and it adds to one's bad laled. testify! with
nearly a half-dozen different Unheard of before in that 000. Runs were made on other banks no sound. Hint Botanic Blood
the agent of the Land and l last l landdrainage two days, it is gratifying to sec, R'dioJ i i in the knowledge to learn that ShakespeareUsed Balm 18 Ihe bt t.CItlff't.fUICkPI.lrllt-
and of Ho
Trust Company of Florida, recently improvement companies : h has subsided. country. propagates : ciy.Aarees deck "' in the sense of pack est known and to most the world.

solt110,000 acres of land in Hamilton -have been operating in the ; The health authorities ask the moral 1"'acHs from cuttings, and has an unusually I of Tuesday state that ton- of cards," and "fire out" in the sense of Paicifr-f 1.00 per bottle; (for 6 hotu .

county, Fla.; at $1.60 per acre for turpentine j' Okeechoboo region and as far north as support of the citizens of the state in large n.Ul' fine orchard, from I s an aggravated form is ail epidemic expel. I For sale by druggists;I$not.send to n.
Lake Tohopekaliga these companies Inch IH thrives a very ]handsome in-I at Shiner, Teiae. Inside of a Address BLOOD BALM CO.; Atlanta, 0..
purposes to two gentlemen executing the health laws and take
j The chief interest attaches
from Georgia. have never employed] a physician! nor this I I lOUl. When the sap starts in the week three children of G. Altman died ; -
for of the
earnestly requesting not to the survivals or revivals
lost an employe from death, nor have I spring as shown] by the swelling buds, from strangulation in horrible agony, I I.'-vm,
each will
one exercise the faculty past, but to the new words and phrases,
The any men left the service of the companies I : l lH cuts off the end of the limb, back to the result of the disease.A .
excitement generally shown of reason, to enable him to suppress j those attractive strangers that win recognition -
from news from Peusacola of two i because of inability to stand i fear, allay the oppression of the weak where it began growing the )year before Savannah, Ga., special says : The so quickly. What so nonsensical,
deaths the climate or work. These employes as is shown by the ring around bull movement in the naval stores and full of the Tim KILLING ADVENTURR.
from ;yellow fever, was both and timid, and to avert panics which yet so meaning as operation -
II are nearly all white men, and the fact the limbs. On this limb are tho market rather in the described "rmhin'" the ?" "When I in saiA
premature and uncalled for, and much are destructive to all interests in the Ills or especially as growl r was out Coloraydo,
that no sickness appears among them I which make the blossoms. high grade rosins has It is not elegant, and its origin is the with the beard "me and
greater than it would have been had The plain antI simple advice is I experienced olJscucnnd man ginger .
either Brunswick or Savannah, though of Florida's climate: "it is unexcelled I usual line {of every business and to leave i planted] from eight to twelve inches j: l last week or two, and prices, which means. Equally apparent: I the purport fourteen mile through a thicket one night

,rill much less cause. i anywhere in the world." I those legally intrusted with tho care deep. Long rows of these twigs re I j reached a good figure, grew unsteady, of the phrases "catch on," in the sense It was mighty lucky fer 'us. thit there

; I of the public health the responsibilities j plnntet enel year, and the result .ias ; wavered and fell rapidly. of understand, and "in itt as an indication was a thicket, too. The wood anti break .
I h to the originator. of intimate-connection. Mr. Matthews 'was so thick that they couldn't get nor '
11'cn very gratifying
On account of certain technicalities, Captain J. W. Fitzgerald, superintendent : of so doing. 'I A Columbia, S. C., special of' of the of and
He good trees speaks use chauoa to shoot at u*. But there
home of the taxpayers of Brevard county I of the Plant steamship line, I There seems to be a disposition on from says om-lmlf ht invaribly to threefourths gets of the I Tuesday nays t One of the dispensary 3ince his article was b1zZrdt must ,went, lickety-brindle, on a iea't run.and\O
Lave instituted! suit against the has received the plans and the part of some communities to : constables Laurens last week in
county specifications i\ retort cuttings, and that they are yisitct have uotked! the wild efforts of the the night as dark as stuck & black
commissioners to prevent them from I of the Louisiana Lottery com- | to the pernicious custom of premature '! certain to the absolutely fruit t the guise a peddler. He was newspaper reporters td incorporate its cats"V

paying for the jail which was erected pany": building, which is to be erected jat j quarantine on the slightest the tree from produce which they same were cut.as ,i spotted, and when he got in with the opposite, "si/zard into the language. "But how could you run through I

null accepted a year ago, and which Port Tampa. The plans show a fine Itlllcl'Rtory i cause, and for no good reason, except : He considers his much easier boys and intimated that he would like Mr. Matthews, in his entertaining anti thicket at full speed i the night wa so

: has over since been kept pretty full. I brick structure, 125x10 an unreasonable and senseless fear i tlmn and plan advises all fruit I some toddy they gave him a dose that informing article, directs attention to the dark''flue* .

j -- I f<,d. It will be built of Green Cove Those places are reminded that the' budding, i l laid him out Croten oil is said to comes to us by abbreviation man with the ginger beard ww;

; with brick health Florida growers! to try it. i have the that :and cites cab and mob as examples. not be such
Beginning the 1st of September i Springs and faced with lime or laws of prohibit the ingredients to caught by any question aa

: Avon Park will have a mail route i sandstone. 'The inside finish of the establishment of any 'llh'allol
all to itself, being connected with the first two stories will be very fine, of [ or inland, without the authority |I The current issue of tho Louisiana I The First National bank of Nashville cablegram or cable dispatch hive sprung pitying \iY.and explained :

'. Bowling Green post! office. The United i Florida curly pine oiled and polished. (! of the state board of health, a measure I! Experiment Station Bulletin con- :, Tenn., closed its doors Wednesday into general The use f in form of has verb given ana "How could \e How could we, ch?

t States mail will be carried *ix: :1: The building is to have a slate roof i deemed advisable at the org'aniza'I''I' tains the following points on orange i at the close of business hours. noun.new words use o to electricity the language. Manyof Wy, I thought cv'ybdy knowedthat in that

i times a week each way between these' and will cost complete] between $::3-; '! tion of the state board of grove cultivation : Cultivation of an I It was the oldest banking institution .I many them have obtained immediate acceptance the.that air was so cear seuonad.Uk:
, }Ioiuts. It is expected that tIlt'pn'Hl'nt : 000 and $50,000.; It is stated that the : 1889 to prevent the destruction of : country u man can
orchard te' continuous and south of the Ohio, been | others fortunate.We .
c "houh1 ('Uf. ; having esta1- ; are not so nyht "ji* as well as he can in the day
t delay of one day to both the outgoingand I Plant steamship line has leased a i trade, an infliction of unwarrantable ful. Hou1 it best not to grow '! lished in 18C3. I had a capital have "live" and "dead" wires, for time."-[Indianapolis Journal.AN .

'. incoming mail will lw avoided by I' steamship to tho lottery company to indignities and suffering to innocent anything among the trees, but to -ul- ;!I 31,000,000 and 1 surplus fund and undivided I instance. Electricians know what that .

;-, f I the new arrangement. ', ply between Port Tampa and Hondui people. tivate the latter as you would a orn 'I: profits of $100,000. The bus- means and ]laymen know what is meant ECONOMICAL YE.tRE.

: I ras. I A bulletin will be lJstel mornin/ I crop, always keeping the soil cleai of pension is in no sense due to any losses when reference is made to a drink as a ILire-Why are you letting'your beard

f A gentleman of Tampa who recently -- evening at the ) vegetation. Others believe that tho II made by the bank. "live wire," as a member of tho Lotos grow, Brush? V

: visited Key West verifies the report ; Orlando is thoroughly excited over flee in this city, giving an official I growing of vegetables and other hoed The daily report of the Texas stateweather Club did at I recent banquet to Russian Brush-For_ two reasons. First, because

;. that the Cuban and Spanish pl'opleart' the new and sensational turn which statement of the health matters. I crops between the rows is both beneficial -, service, issued Tuesday even- officers. Speaking of a Russian drink, I 'c\I't afford to spend the money'

f' leaving that place for Cuba by hundreds I the affairs of the suspended First National JOSEPH O. PORTER, I and economical. There arc others I ing gives tho rainfall throughout the he said 'Vodka is live wire when youdon't necessary for shaves; and, second because -
I know how to drink it, and when I can't I; afford to lose the blood
in vessels furnished the bank have taken. The State Health Officer, Florid
by Spanish president i who sow cow alfalfa or crimson L cotton belt of Texas for the
I twentyi it' in shavinir mrself. ITruth.
do it i is Is spilled
, government. There has been a i of the bank, Nat Poyntz, Cashier I between the rows of trees, and I four hours preceding as follows: I i you that comparativelytame."live wire" will take the -
cover possible
great ticalof sniferingamong the working James L. Giles and Director .1'. B. I I off for hny, plow them under Brenham .59, Houston .13, Huntsville place of "Jersey lightning?" Cominginto A. CLEAR CASK. '
classes on the island for several : Parramore were arrested! several days SPECIAL RATES. I then to die the surface.
t" or on .85 Palestine 1.01 Waco .90
t permi popular use. also, are such picture Solo -I shall sue this (or .
111ollthlpa"t on account of the dull I ago on a ch ru e of fraud. President "My dear," said Mr. Foster, n he HonH deprecate this practice. To test Weatherford .02, with traces at Columbia esque, if not dignified, expressions at"You're libel. It calls me u liar, ppr, .u.,

f state of the cigar manufacturing bus Poyntz, in the custody of a Unih.J'States glanced over the pie of letters by his j this much vexed question, the Station I and Galveston. Mean rainfall of the troley." and "shockedto [ horse thief. 1

mess.t marshal!, wns taken to Jackson plate at breakfast, have: a little surprise : his divided its grove, and it is practicing in the belt eighteen inches. Mean I death, new system of Bolu-You are sure to recover- Ton V .

ville. Warrants!\ wore taken out for J. j for you." I i all the above methods. Vp to maximum temperature 90.5, minimum legal exQCution. know the great principle in law, th*'

In its list of "portraits wanted" the H. Lee of Ot'.lo Hull W. R. O'Nealof The entire family became instantly: at- I| the vreHent no difference in the growthof : 72.8. I The list! of slang might be indefinitelyextended I greater the truth the greater the lbd.LTruth. .-

Confederate'ar}\ Journal for August L rland, who are directors of the tentive.oti know," continued the'' the trees assignable to cultivation .
Fourteen and boys two of them the selections which [
men beyond
J contains! the GovernorsM. bank, and for O. T. Poyntz assistant : smiling Juan "of rbor-ou- apt
following Finnyfirc-IIa
: t j can be but there is a wide .
'-' Idle'tlc were arrested at Sumter S. Mr. Matthews has made. "Out of HIS STROMJ .
S. John Milton cashier. is sick in bod. O'Xeal the-Sound. It is a beautiful cool! negroes sigh rEnaos.TY.
Perry, and A. K. Poyntz spot- j I margin of profit in favor of the n.fln. C. Tuesday for ill treating the state "up to date," "nerve," in the V

Allison, of Florida; t'.rrnlR-J. J. ; is in Ohio. 'Al1 the parties are prominent ;I no mosquitoe*-bathing. boating, and j Tho latter, sown over I year ago has I constables, who raided backbone, "dead easy," showing new Willy-Why, .Cholly, you Ilcah I
t Dickison, of Florida; /signers of the citizens, standing well in the general happiness. I quote from the furnished seven largo cuttings of hay, blind all.get use of the intensive dead, which can I also thought I passed you on the .t
tiger some days
advertisement of the Cuttlefish Villa I ago.
; Confederate constitution-J. Owens, community. Friends of these gentlemen | -has dispensed with the of]r be found in dead level," dead sure now. S
expense Tillmnn Sumter ,
Florida. hope that everything will eventually which caught my eye the other day.: '! telegraphed to to get Cholly-Not out for an houah: dcab
' i Photographs or other likenesses ; hoeing and plowing-is still at this constables make thing. etc.; "stand in with, "to have
The the to the arrest but
advertised J
I should be sent to Confederate turn out all right. proprietor, my love. | I skate "barrel" and boy. .
a on, "chump,
: I 'Special Rates: for Children,' and I forth- writing a vigorous crop and bids fair: Acting Gtiillard declined to ; I it must have teen some
.. :p War Journal, No. 46 North Broadway, I __ I with wrote to him. Here is the answer," to hold in !uljl.cion the crops of Coco allow it knowing sherif that it woul pre- I'! "soap," two slang expressions" from the j jwoild I \ViY-Wel, a dawg and cane just
Lexington, Ky.According Louden & Hill who foremost in j of politics; "wir, expressing the felau
.. are holding aloft an envelope, "and if favorable and Bermuda for several I years to cipitate grave trouble. govern- act of "size these like yours.-[Brooklyn Life.
I the sponge trade in St. Andrews, have we will down'l'omorrow This like the ia the I telegraphing; up I
; go ('onH. crop cow pea, or's action regarded by people: |, and countless other slang words andphrases .
to our exchanges money received news that the crop of sponges ," suggested half a dozen is a nitrogen gatherer from th" air, of Sumter "as a direct attempt on his of Mr. t

: on the cast coast of Florida. just at is an entire failure. This means a loss:'I fresh young voices. but unlike the pea it is a perennial part to get up a ritrt." I,t Matthcws's occur most on entertaining a casual reading ; Old Lady-Is this a genuine alligatorbag
: present is probably l more plentiful of which will fall "Wait dears said their mother paper
of : most
$250,000, on my and will lust several years and is the A from Frankfort language would be much impoverished ?

; than at any time in the past. The tho operators, although the sponge I calmly. yet truly delighted.Mr. : only crop yet growl on this station :dispatch Another daring attempt, Ky., ': were it not for the new blood thus infused L Dealer-Yes, ma'am. I shot that alligator -

: orange and vegetable crops were marketed nXhermeu will also suffer. Mr. Louden Foster opened the letter and read, that will occupy the ground the entire pays among from time to time circumstances I I myself.
the convicts to the
: for fairly good prices, and sat the 'Replying to favor of the 17th blowup peniten- a cir Old It looks rather shop-worn;
stated that failure was due to the your year and furnish 1 crop of good ]hnyin walls and discovered L I': caprice direct. Indeed, our stock r j ,
tiary was
i"flLctorrduri)!, have been received heavy gales along the Florida coast, iust., I would say that our regular rates : winter, spring, summer and fall escape words must of necessity be replenished Dealer-iThat's where he hit the ground
1 for The for adults are $: ::1 to $l day-" I by Warden Norman Wednesday night, : when he tumbled off the tree ma'am.
pineapple shipments. extension per ,
the and
making waters muddy preventing From our present experience, the Itn.-I and the details made and added to, otherwise we wxuld have Ia \I'
i were public at .
"R-ither Mrs.
of the Flagler railroad and the : expens ve. interpolated New York Weekly.MORE .
the fishermen from their and
securing tion moot earnestly recommends the : stagnant vocabulary, stagnationmeans
The in the
Foster "but with the I once. principals con-
other improvements connected with I usual harvest. The supply that did ; sowing of alfalfa in our orange groves, death in language as in another FIXAXCK THAS FIXE89B.'So .
children the two Reeves brothers ,
' that great enterprise at Lake Worth, not to hand off the spiracy were I domain. The tendency to the
come was lying Foster i especially ;young ones, as the most daughter referred to me,
'And, continued Mr. I a fellow by the name of Millard, my you
Z have put an immense amount of money Auclote banks, on the western coast of r rates for children bt'ueficial and economical method of anl indiscriminate u!e of slang i to be guarded eh? Well, hardly understand it. She
slowly reading, 'special desperate men, who are serving ;
If':,:; in circulation.. Florida, between Cedar Key and Tarpon -' i cultivation. The 'station has also] terms of thirty-one each for against, for a this capable critic remarks never consults me except la a financial
years "A should choose his words
; : man
-- Springs. Florida sponges, in consequence "Ah-h" hummed the seven listeners found cow peas to be benefical both way."
i blowing up a bank and attempting to j! t least he chooses his V
The Florida Southern Railway Co.t11' will command high prices scarcely able to restrain their impa I when turned under or permitted to burn the town of Tompkinsville a few lothes. as hint of the as 'VeU-ah-sir, that's just it."-
dandy unobjectionable .
; even
:..... is now building a spur of its road to and are already becoming scarce. The tience. I decay on the surface, besides checking years ago. I i a if it be but a hint.i But [Texas Siftings.

Lake Griffin to facilitate the handling annual crop from Florida's various 'Special rates for children,' '' re for time the luxuriance of Coco. Its I! when
a News from San Antonio Tex. a man gives his whole mind to his HIS DILEMMA.
of freight during the coming fall and L fishing grounds is valued at between : pented Mr. Foster, severely, 'three: j only objection is its very short duration Colonel comes Moore ,'I 1 I dress, it is generally because he has but

, winter business. On the lake, a large $400,000 and $500,000, and is shipped I dollars a day extra' each..' ":[Harper's I [ of growth. that of the R )1 epecial 1! little mind to give; and so when a man "Introduce me to your friend over

wharf being ,built that will extend mostly to the United States, only a Bazar. '_ _ _ agent treasury departmentstates spends his force wholly in rejecting there." V .
that the troubles the Rio :
into the lake far enough to enable the limited quantity going to England and t>eful ScientificWork.. Grande serious. Some along fifteen :I, words and phrases, it is generally becausehe "I can't. The truth is I forget. hia

transfer of freight direct from the ; Germany. j WISE WILLIE. J In an address delivered at Boston are or lacks ideas to express with the words name." V
I arrests have been made
teleamer to the cars, which will do : Willie! Willie!" said the boy's Prof. T. Galloway of twenty on and phrases of which he does approve.* "I know his name; it's Smith.
recently by ,
of cattle from Mex 4 "
n charges smuggling
\..' away with the work of trucking to a The Sub-Tropical Laboratory. j mother. "What are you crying for"I! the agriculture, the j: -[Sentinel of .Freedom. 'Well-er-I forget' yours. -[Chicago
i department ico. Moore directed that i .
arrest Record.
:: : I large extent In addition to this, the : A correspondent of the Times Union "N-nothm1," sobbed \Villfe. facts were Colone l V
interesting -
following presented be made in in i PC\CITr. & HE K EW.
only :
>:-1 ; company is building water ways for : says: It seems that very few of our "The idea of :boy like you crying for ] in regard to in: 'I IElt V
investigations the cattle could be identified "
.'\-'. l the repair of its steamers. Heretofore I Florida people know that we now have nlthin !F' i the of insecticides and fungicides : by: I'f Physicus see the physicians are "Women have!"no minds, said lordly
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": 1 this work.has been done at Eustip. : established at Eustis the most interos- "W-'velI, it's nicer th-than cryin' for "At use least hundred liquids and flesh marks independently of 1r nls.; I encouraging footbal a'one of the Jack,
; ; ; for one The result has been that only healthiest of "Whatever the !
and valuable institution something, 'cause w-\vhen you cry a10ut.! games. V word may say;
ing e erI: I but powders have been used in the country 200 to 300 head of cattle have a })i/zicu3 "I Arthur
The Tallahassee something y-you don't always get it, j -Yes. They'd countenance am sure they growled
; Floridian founded in state and must
:. our we halleen -
says Powders
i( w-wheu for n-nothin' d-do; as fungicides, seized, where 2,000 might have been the handling of cholera beneficial back,
you cry you
.- Phosphate njoney! is beginning tOCI11Ct look to the press to give it publicity! i a "
'_ I iret i it.''-U[Harper's Bizar, I taken. S pastime, i if i H were po' iblc.-Puck( "And the? laD e them every day.


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: BijDoRo. COUNTY IELEGRAPB. of the old Bland! act, which was the J.. _J3.- CdcUi.- j,-.,.,. 'reduced' --.1----- ,w..ww.-LECAL_ / %NOTICES.>rf'\X/ V HODGES & ALVAREZ

: : t i* J law before the Sherman act was $ a .iont* ) \. T j'Y I Notice .of Attachment. )

I44 assed in"1890 t&at'tfy.ey"Jiave Mrs.-Bo\ven reduced frotn$5 ,
? justbegun 1 1n1ll11111.
EVERY FRIDAY AT w htrebvgivt'n to A. W. Nichols and .

".. :3r 1nEE, BRADFORD, COUNTY FLORIDA t? charge th"e ,dcuiocvats with I : I Ilary' NOTICE. 01 her persons interested that the White -DEALKKSr; .

--- railroading the waller through the : ) .. French reduced from i Sewing Machine ComjMiny, a corporation, lias
: L S. MA.TTB&WL B. J. "J.J. .
. r. louse. TJe .dernbcratK. are perfect- $2 a nionib. commenced a Sillt j-g..iiiSC A. )\'. Nichols in the
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1" Editors"$ and Publishers. 3. ly, willing to plead l guilty to the Elizalx-th Fowler redact d : Circuit Court for p.3dlInl< coniily, Florida, by Goods
of siii1 Nichols situated
attaching the prop.'l't Dry
charge ol railroading the question; $5 a month j
in saul county. fit itLe puiTOC if collecting the ,
:j SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAR. they believe that the. situation required Director lluirgins reduced ; sum cf ove ha-uirotl all forty four dollars due ,

.. .. railroading, and that the to $2 a mon!.. j jSnlena t'l: the White Sewing Mnihinv Conipiny from

:r Entered in lie second PortolJlce clan mattet.at Starve Flo., at people had a right to expect it. The ViU'nnJ: !, El'zi' Young, aid A. \V. Nichols anal tins said A. W. Nichols Boots Shoes

: agreement under which the debate is Brooks, Cyrus Thornlon. Rebecca j and all other pt-rsons interested are iiotifled toippear ,

,1.' St.arke. Fla., August 18, lSU3.- now being conducted is thoroughly E C. Crews Nancy I'revaut.T.htfl. : ;, 13U3. to said THE action WniTE Oil Monday.UEWI.VCI r.lI\MACHINE emllt'r Co.Cth,

democratic; it provides for an equal 1 '
and ElizuU'lli\ Thomas wctc Aug 4-tNov. G-14t
: ST. CLAIR ABRAMS is beginning division of tune and for a vote upon the roll. I Hats.

the bill and the amendments named Masters Sale.
U to appear a bit egotistic. Rebecca Willisms:1S placed.} :

\ without filibustering, and the decision invalid I pension list at $2 .50 a TTNDER and by \irtue of a decree of fore
of the question is to be made *-' closure and sale duly made anti entered HEADQUARTERS FOUUEN'PS' -
LITTLE TIGER has not yet called bu"nii Kelloy nt $2 a month.
solely by the majority of the house.It It was ordered I tLut I the county' j |j July llth. 1S93, in and lay the Circuit Court 4th
at the executive mansion in TaBabasc.e. make of Judicial Circuit, Suiteof Florida, in and for
[ looks now as though the bill for riquired a slu'ement :
issued for C( cupition unit Bradford county In a certain cause in chancery :
the unconditional of the |
repeal purchasing therein pending, wherein Jennie Hagaman and \ ; FIIR1NISIJLJNGS 4 4Call
---- taxes from Qcloiter 1st, 1WI2? to ( V
FLORIDA'S fever ckiisc of the Sherman law ber 193.: It ws Ilul ht'f tiered | K. I). Hagaman, tier Illls :Uld. are complainants u U

yellow scnre I would pass, although there is a probability justices of the peace of lilt and Mary Hopkins aud Thomas Hopkins, her

wasn't very good, but it died young an amendment' providing for tlICt of the county make; uo.lll1l) : [ husband, aro defep.vianU,1 will tell to the highest

just the same the free coinage of silver at an increased 10 the board of county; ( I door bidder in the lor town cash of in i-tarke front ,cj in the said court county house of ] Street,

4. ratio be added to the nil money collected! by them for Bradford, on September 4/h. ltt)3) the saireb a
may; posed in their: courts "ing the first Monday in said month and a legal
CLEAN up the town.QuincyDgmocrat. 31 SI. ilitle.: collector of sale day, during the legal hours of sale on said .
bill.Up I : day, all the following piece pan-el or lot of land STARKE: ; PDORIDA.i ..
.] AU right. Just wait to this time the debate has BradfonI coui.ly, li)lllt hs; ; ( ; I situate and being in tl.e count of Bradford and -

)een carried on in n spirit of tolera- cut. :Jiling list of i-irr-rss. State of Florida mat described as follows: The :=
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until don cloth
we our fighting --- hun, although some of the speakers 111l'IIIS1111 i in:!)lvini<-< :i 11I'III I section twenty-one (l.il l. to .\n*hip six ((15), south C. M. SPARKMAN & CODFALER3 :
f433: 03.: am11111( rn<; balance .
I of range twenty- two (?i) east, containing forty .
both sides silver and niiti silver ,
TpE Florida soldier boys are hav'PP on county f i.oiii the O. :ti.: & F. r.-! : I acres more or K-SS. Terms cash purchaser paying

a time down at Ocala. ; there are no political sides county M\iOi; I lund of 1411.3G, I i ( title. JAMES T. WILLS, lorI"HIGa -
gay '. .
> recognized in I the deb.tle) : -have made I ty general.tiiiid I m $14I1Alj.' : ] Aug.I, -: !-llt'cit1Iaster- _.-
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Pcala knows hqw to do things: IDa some rather strung 8tat'ments. The \\'arranls t i-i-ued I by)! county I ) Master's Sale. GR.A..DEvEISKIES: : r

turn. siiiiH nttendence is i j in ers for p ivnu-nt of pauper ) !
surprising, county gviier.il and special.; S31 1 : IN pursuance of a decree rendered by: the : RYE WhISKEY.$2 00 to $5 00 per Gal
\'ic.\vof thn great interest throughout On motion I lie board lhn. H. :1. Call. judge of the 4th Judicial CORN ... ... ... .. ... ... 200 250.. "
Np of feverJiavp of the vf Florida the 1st day of ... .. .. .
NEW cases yellow Circuit state on a1.\"s .. ... .>. .. 200 250. .
the country in the result. Of the t 1E>t Tuesday i in Septemner t ) ; August. A. D., 18-3! in certain cause lately KUM........... ... .... .... 200 20.. ..
developed at Pensacola, and itt course everybody knows that it is \. T W-: pending in the circuit court of Bradford county, APPLE BRAXbY.... .. ...... 250 300. ..
Clerk: and: state.Jwherein Arthur D. McUae was complainant PEACH . ... .250 300.. .
\ believed that the! disease has been easy for members of the house to _. in chancery apii Win. G. Greene was
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find more comfortable places than ; ] fust used i in I defendant, the undersigned us Special Master PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO ALL ORDERS. JUC TRADE A SPECIALTY. -
titamped! out.TrjosE Quu'kwUvr ) uarneU in said decree will on the 41 h day of
their seats in the house to spend I 3540. ) September A. I.)., 1M3: within! the hours prescribed -
for legal sales, und such day being n
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persons 'who industriously their time from 11l. in. to 5 p. m. The: World's Fair | legal sale day, in front of the court house door ST/VRI! the of Starke, said Bradford county, ,
but it doe that of : town
ad i peat ed the abalition of the board laily, seem more Are those who is:' Def:, Blood offer for sale: to the highest and best bidder for _-
them should regard it a duty to attend It pun f&.3 i'lu lilood.) ninki s I the caih the following drscnhcil teal estate vIi: ------ :
: pt health may nqw be congratulated anil I lie compkc-iion i beautiful.i Lot throe (S) in block seven ((7) of Gaskins addition -
the sessiors than do. While 1
10 S-arke, HorMu: a-spj-rplat on ivcord in FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILWAY
the failure of their efforts. bottle I and note its wonderful
pn there i is no actual necessity for their Book 'J' of deeds till j'.tge 147 of the county
Sold and rnaraMlei'd; by Slaikc ) records tif Siid county of limdfonl, for sivtislaction FLORIDA TRUNK LINE.
being present, if they do not intend of siud ih-ctve I ur.ha.mllst pay for the
STARKE should bond and improve. p.iny. -. -- -- -- execution of the died. Tn!:. E Bccc.
to speak, until the voting' begins A. E. C. Special Master.J. Short Line to Tampa and South Florida. I

There is no need to run along in the I still it would look better to see them I.. FRAU:, Solicitor for Complainant.Auj. .
.\lh Ill\: Bronchitis t -\mid\ ( 4-ot STANDARD TIME-JAN. 9. ISO' TRAINS FCOM JACKSONVILLE FOOT OP Hooks STHMT. '

'.same old ruts year after year. The I in their eat R. result t I tout a injected ('llllh! -- -- -----.. _-- --- .

time for a change i ripening The democratic senators have not Don't neglect but cure pron Pt I : NGI iCt'. _WEST._A Wr..S"EU' { Dt"'ISIO ; I-144.rIu--. -S l"IB..-, rCot."TDERS DivisIoN -yjjj'_

found it to a' few doses of Di'irns' Cin-iri i C"iI No.10 So. 2 No. 1No. 9 o. 3.\0. 7 No. 8 No. 4
eo easy agree upon _
I, Stitike N CIKCUIT, COUltT, 4ih Judicial -
CONGRESR bids fair to turn out program for the disposal: of the Sold by Drug Company.Napoleon I State of Florida, BriidiVrd: Cdauty.-In L'hauciry ( P 7Oa Lv..Jacks'nvi11. Ar 'IiO8fa: : 4oloOa: : 1.1' .Fernandina ... U5pM4'JI 94 'jGI
733a L\.BaItJ'\w. ., L' .Z ttfta 11 Ira L\ ... .C'allahan..Ar
(: tip 300iJ iollia
silver in the although 1 tried! to .
senate never )
the silver question C. :
fully as many speeches on ) 85a Ar..J.akl Clty..1. i-J/fJ I..aIJ11'Yr. \r .Bald"m..Lv 211p 154i& "
the committee appointed by self because: I ho ke\v, s>> r.uny) in the Matte r of the IViiJu-i; ,.:" 122795111; AI" .... \; ()ak. .j,' j1 t. t' ._ .!
tjuestton as did the Florida legisla- Hattif II. E:d1. a :.I"Ti..I 1VailiI.lI I 2 I 1'1I1l1a Ar... MatlI5'mi. 1.\ 4UiCCa t5p 11 H> 1..1'...Jack on\"il.e ..Ar atXp, 8 BOa ,,:.
1 the democratic caucus, of which Senator men to conquer. \ lo Take l'hnl'Kloll I 400tt 12 lOp AI'. Monticello I.' p1'iIt 1Ofi'p-12Op Lv .Baldwin. ..Lv 203p 15 8&a ;
;rrppn constitutional amendments. Gorman is chairman has made -- -.- nit! Man-ice lier Own 1'rop |f 5 lOu 2-tOp Ar..Tall.1ha-l.e.. ..I., 1 2 ''IJ 1tJ4i 1I1'J'! I(f. Lv... farke. .J.v 100p uSa
)Ir. Thomas; Bal; ". editor of the : eity mid K.t.?" .iid to Hij j 74ia: ::15ip Ar..Qiijrcy... .L-1Ep. tlJ J'J' l2i:. Ar.\\nld".Lv l235p 386& -
sonic < : towards a I Cull I,. a !"!t-e Deaier. J Ar..1iverJraCti'irl. Li:2'szp: 7I. ].,.aa 22"r.... .I1asthorne..Lv 11/i11a .
J jro jnss compromise Te 'lrk\na. Arkans-u. has found JOOa1501' 211Za
TjjE 1891 session of the legisla- ; : ; : ; heenl the _ _ Il.a! 251p,Ar..Citra.....L' 111.a '
Jq-J.there is for the This c.iiwe ccinti'jj on to be upon I 2108
: reason believes I to be 1 the best ivmedv i in
ttstiiiiony I fti-tl the: report of tl.e master appointed G30p: HOOp Ai-.I'enMaeola ... 1.G: }a 24:I' ... 3:1p.\r .Siln'r 8prioKS..Lv 1029a---
'1 {!ijre.! repealed the railroad: coimnis- jeljef that it will eventually succeed. for the ilux. expeiicnce is IIIII'n.ill. it onlered, txiljn.Igtit and ih-civcd .... 200.i Ar. Mobile... .I.v: II-d ... 233a 3Hp.Ar .. ..CcaJa. _..Lv 10na Iias,
remembering. : "LI*t : ;: ; f' thai s.i'.i i nijtsrcr's I't-I'I.I) 1 .' continued tnlthat .... 745.t AI.ieWOrII'RIIs..LV sij 3:18: 43'-p .\r.. Wildwood.... Lr 9108 flro .
\ law the 1893 session refused says !
radical silver
\ !i>ion ; The most men in con- attack! of flux. I the raid Il.ittie ). iJuiy: be r'"l'tel; a r lirei; :',.* to _ _ !- 4 :.5a t S 43p .1r. .LacOOf'hee. Lv 804& 1I 8p
.- re-enact it. Which committed are republican senstois, and its I had: a verysi-vrie take cbir>{i* "f anal iiaiuiK* her 'ivvn tst..te :iiidI .... 5 lOp Ar..Jack6ulI. 'h.i..J.I.Lp..... ... 5ta .. w..ns ro. .Lv 769a 9ep 'j
to gress almost t-vary known remedy I : 1 I.roperty and to heroine a frc-e iVuler in every ....... 5tJ.1 .'r..tllro. ..LVI Hr..I.. :.13. ; ..Dad ('ity ..Lv 14&1 l186p -
\ the sin ? i their influence which makes it relief. Chamberlain's;) Colic espect .... 11U4l" Ar..St. L"ui..L\,! ,!' .. : Ja! -tt-l-j.Ar....' l'it.LY 800& 82011 :
greater difficult to get the democratic senators ; Diarrhuu: Remedy was FVC'lt \ And 1 it is further ordered, adjudged and de- :.._ _..! :PAr..1iag.L'i= J.'al ..Tampa.. ...Lv 630& ?Iup .
-- cited that 11 it'py 01 this decree he puldishedonce ; -- -
;; THOSE associated press dispatches to agree upon a compromise me. I purchased a l'olII1)1\ m each week tor lour Miccis-jte weeks in the T1IlAsVlLL1-5laaNTlcu.m..ETZ._ i: 4af4cp .WiJclwocd. .Ar 9la 111
substitute for the Sherman law. :almost immedi-ue rd'cf. I COOt I Hiudfnrd: C ntniiy' Tele:r.tpli a newiipapei' pu!>- 15il3. IIJafiyjl 5bal 15UJ' Ar..Lt-tst.u.g.Ar 842& glOP
I commendatory of Arthur C. Jackson : uso the medicine alll:1> ( : :!;l (lislied in suit! coiintv1'uio _ .4.)11154, r.r.... \"'.. AI' $ita 'lISp7Ot'
There i is little, if any, probabilitythat i in in the City "f Jlckoo: \ilk! ,, Fla.. this, Isidav ': iv..Jacksruivile.'s! ": )p', 8-1.a t3tp Ar..pqka-----Ar '28& 6lSpM
cured i take I ( '
\ _1 J continue to come from Clicago.f pleasute of Aujcuht: .\. I D. l;;IJ. IL :. CALL. 4.ia Lv..Lake City ....\1' &311: 111Ji2.', illJI1 Ar._. .rlaxdo..... Ar 'I00a SlSp9tai
a bIl for the repeal of the en I Ibis remedy to :ny t person lI AI,; 4.t JlII!!('. : Lv..Liv..fhlc. .... ,,<'' 110a'.... .Ar.. .Wsnter 'ark..Lv _.... 2OpII .
f Jackson'a gall is the .biggest thing tire or of the purchasing clause such a disease as 1:1: my opinion i I t l __ n__ ___ ___ _____ _. 5ta Lv ... .Montkehl.i! ... .. ...r\1'1. 2p t2.a; .....Ar -..Oviedo..Lv .._ loup ..
1% medicine, i.i existence. i() IIp: LThr.lIa \-ile.... .ATj 1: 'I': -.-- '
;: '- that Florida: has at the fair. can: get through the senate without lust :Not iu'. lI.tlp Lv..... .llnlll"Jrnt-r-\r'' I" 4a: ; ... 210p L" ...WaJdo_ .Ar 11408. ...
I substitute. cent bottles for sale by iMaike-: } 1IIn f.v..... ..Ehrziighaiui..i: : :1..sj....... 22r'ir..Caincsvi3e..Lv l104a ....
I being nccoll:1let: by a Iu Circuit Court. Fiiiirth! .IiidX-i il Circuit of Flu! :- 1; I't' L'tillp.. .... .....\r: 5'p; ....j :.i' Ar. .. ..Archer..Lv iOl2a.. .. .
EDITOR .APPLEYARD of the Gate The clcn: take up the sitver The gam which is mndc at the I ida, ir
in the house Joseph MelchiT 1Mary 4 2'l' J r---------- _t'IEJ-ilaiiati. ... .. 1.\.11' jJy. -X((pl Sunday.at 3:40p.m.
: City: Chronicle evidently believes question was .1great of reputation should rather be --: : : 1'.a.'rd.t'r
Knt-lielifofcr } W uu1 For ReliefJitix -iii5--4; ;;;;; ; f .r Wiihstoii.Fitrlj. Bird and Eagle Mines;]eava .
: : Cindnati; Olli" anJ Tarspa.
relief it | and Ju.
that Florida's governors are all to Speaker Crisp, as as a III?!. anal Jack..onvlle IlD.1 Tamp Pullman c..rs I.t.l" ..ILCS c'Y. t'XCt"lt ,"n 8y.at 1:30: a. m.Jite'soiiville .
enable him take his time in ------- Kacl.fjhofer.} J fc'r A I., r 21 Illt.ltrn.t'ultLte ft'.lDts.
to ai.1 Url 1, 2. 9 PllI 10
tjW t'a I J S-
I right. lie has named the future wi A New Joke yoTICi: TO API-FAR.-THE STATE OK ."LOIUUA.To Trainltastsvit-t1oand''iaicrPark da1ly

making up the committees, for there I On the liver. -\\'h .'11 it I is out Julius Kachelhofer, f Jreeiin : ,1LlIY. .__ ___ __.__ ____ xCt-lt ln'a). at figures fhoVin. Leaves
editor of the Chronicle Fleming I'EitXAMIN.t AND VU\WI'P.L.\\j Z-.OCTE. Ivi.do alto nily. 011-1' a. ml,.; Wioler Park asn
t. will hi nothing fO. tliMn to do until 1 and/ feels blue. I trv a few doses ; J T hav: m% LI CII show by am .\'it that tie tieS 5 ,:: a. a' oiring Orlario at 9COa.; m.; leaves

.' Mitchell Appleyard. after the biker question i is disposedof. i Little Giant IMIs. Your i:) lji.deiit JuliiiR Kachelhofer is a luau re-Jitfenr :____6. '_ _________-jX'O'f1'X:____ ___ UrlaJ.dodilil at 5ttt: )p.ni..airiving WinterFark4ii
of the Mate of Florida, nnd that the n sidence of Cci-1 _. .
the I il.e. So will I I : .v..J.1\.1I\.iII4--\rZ2t11) RtOatS p. III.: Oviedo.6t.Op.nt.SrO11
-t"-- i apprec'te j 'lIid defendant i i.at lUitte City Sitter BuwCouiily ()"

: Tq:% 6KK the Times-Union tryingto While there has been nothing in sale by Starke Dmg. Companv.Siletce : State of Moiitniia. and that sail defendant _.\r. .Ft'rnantlina. Lv.i24i; ; 3Ia 1:1 Ota 4 IJI.p.J.v.C1cala (sso. G.Ar to 5Op
is the uf I It isI
-- ----- '- Florida.,1 over age twenty-one years. ; Train the 'rnandina anti Cumberlm.l 1ltia 5O2pIAr..1iuonthien..Lv! 9 a top
stuff tip! belief into Ocala that I the shape of an official agreement to may: ;ivo 11..Cllt.at ; I iherefme Je'.ed. considered I and I adjudged that un 11 _0:1 54tp Ar. .IIproanc.1c ...Lv 82t al 22:1p
I hI ,-ail iKfetidaiit. Julius Kwl lh'fcr. ito -,' route I leave Jacksollnlle and Ft'rnandllla dally 1 Stla 6 I 'P'r.; ernC'HI.Lv 8 lOOp
lic is wholly responsible for lie !that effect, there seems to be a general vor the request for any larger. : [war' to the complainant's bill of ('.):rpla'nt ('xeeIt tunl.ty. (ompct\ .at Fernandina for '. 6 JpJ.\r. .IIcmo ;t'sa.. LV' 130aiunttenwcs
--- -- ----- herein before the 4lh of September, = :
on or tlay I
the democrats ,
present encampment of the FIOI.i.1t.I I understanding: among Those Ytfondefrful Giants !! .\. D. lUTi, ill default wliereo'! a ..1..clI'4pl'O confesto .. timberland 1..11.1111. Jek..l hl..nil 5Ja 65opLv.Lacoochce (08).A r\ 945a1025p
in the house that the committee If \\\i'i.. I lt; s-ij tiien; (':111 C : : Will !be I nteled! a;ainvt the said I drlVa.hint. nn'} nrun' '; ck, f.arrnnngthe: ( umL'rlanc.1 route. 81ofa 91t'lJ1'\r Tarponsprings.Ar 725a 804I
Plate troops is amusing to the very yo-j It i is InrlhtT ordeivd, that this notice l ht' publii'littl ant.! making eonnectlon'4 Io'r Macon, .' I.mta. 2.19 _. Sutherlao" ..Ar 708a 'I47p.
.-.1 on ways and means will as soon Drug Company ami I a-k lor Bl'g t J in the Brudford County Telegra| h. aneW'piijcr CIt tanf" .a.11 northernan'l \ve-tt'rn -lIlt. S4a 9 7P\\1"\ .'If anratC'r... Ar 643a 'I22p
l lost degree. The state's appropriation : as Us membership i is announced Giant I IM'.s.'! "Kveiy I lioitle I i iOhivi I puhliOied at Stare, in Brailford S nla.v train leases Jacksonville! 540 n m, tl4''a_ ') Pct"'oburg..Lv 550a 8ZOp
(:Cx.unty.' onje each week for four con "kl's Cum".rlan,1 route canint-vtion. 1.'avl" -- -
($5000)) is the same: that it begin the work of reforming the I r t romwtllas! I the tt'C'IIII'I.4'k... rl'rllllnilina 5 P III. arrives ack"'IO\.itll'' Gnp m.I' \01 .and 8 daily;and I dahir,except Sunday.Puillinzi .
taiifT. 1 In witness wlroof, I have hereunto set my n sleeping ears Briinqwlek to Atlanlannd : Trains en O. B. and 8. S.O. & O.dally,except
was last year. The 81000 (donate 1 brcwir.To ham) and! ulllxeil the seal <,{ t-ur Circuit Court Atlanta. Cincinnati anal R"II\'ille. I Nmda-

by St. Augustine l last year was not COUNTY COIUISSIO BnS. h PuzoI..lc !? I I on tbs the :id day of August t. \A.. WEF.KS D iKrs.V. .: J.l'KSOI.J.E II\-II.LE c vIa LatCite.. Macon anti Allanta.)

many; l.-idi.-* j is it.1 1 to ; f.-1'AL 1 Clerk Circuit Coin r. Nt-L2NO Ii o. 5 I\o. 1
used, the $5000 appropriation IU H" .1 Record. of Their Doluss at the h.iii in curl TIll J, \V. '1' Weeks, Clerk Circuit Court in and for -
Ann' Iceflng. on rainy dajs. Bradford CVunty, '!:0 ceilify I that the foregoingis 7O1i riot) Lf'avp.. ... ..... ....Ir.ck"on\.m.! .......... .. ....Arrht" 740a 830p
:, jng adequate for encampment purposes. :is cl Y. Ask SUiKc Diuj i Cotti : n Hue e')i y of i the I oii igi niiil on hit! i 11 lilY(l1k... 9) I P'a 83p Leave.... .. ... ... ... LICily ..... ... .. .... ...Arrive 535a 112:1p
The honorable. bo rd of county com NmipHnil ll.iir CuiKr ar.d l Witiic ,mv lu".1. l anj M'nl! of Circirt Court, 4 lip 420 r.t'3\'e.... ...... .. ...\I eon. ... .............. ...1rrivl. 1015p 1030&fI)1p
Uo.w who made that vtiampraent will be solved. this August ad, "::. W. T, WKEKS.C"crk Ii Ita Leave ............ .... ....Atlanta...................-Arrivc lIrop: 8 lOa
'1'0'ho missioners met at the court house .Monday. Circuit Court. I 22 1 20'lp( r.t'I\\"P.. .... .............Chl\tra"o(' "", .. .. ............furtive lOOp 1 56aI2.la
l'O possible? e August 7th. It! at 10 o'clock a. m. I I A\I:. 4 fit I; ':'0p Arrh.p.......... .... ... .. .ash m.. .... .... .u....... .. Leave_ 7408_ 9Op
J everlasting credit is it due ? It Members E. A Todd T A. Daily through Pullman sleep* Jar-bw-nvill to N -!hviiI'on Nos. 5 and 6.
l present, Slioriff's( Sale.tTNl I XOTE On and after Xov. :>fh. ire e.rprct to hare n ThrcMijh Car also on ovr morning train
t lctIus a poor policy to thow the Knifiht, John Croft J. D. Harden and .'.. ont of Jucksonrille, so that our patrons from the fovtlt ,.illlwl'e
>KIl ami by virtm of an r-xocJifion 'died
I. tte in a bad light merely to tally M. Murrhee. J I.n'- sa: .I I, 1S': J. i - l : ('i:11. Fourth Judicial fin-nit of the State of Ticket Offif-e.HfiV.. hay Rt..corner IToiran. Pepot foot of Hogan St Jacksonville.X. .
'. when the Chairman Todd' called, the board to S. PF.NNIXOT O. )3lAcD INNELL, Gen.Pal. Agt.
I. one town.-especially taffy FI'.1 I i i'la.I: i i:1 '1 1''I'lnio C.mI I h..rl.ja i J.t'a'1iIl I I N. Trffi'rFniiarcr A.
order. vhcio-n ..JIIl'O1.. 'frahH.. J. SIc;I1i)1r! ; nnilK. ---. --- ---- -- -
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is smearpd on a place that has too I:. Strong. ni'Tfh.int.nnl pirtneis iloinx l hsiI -
The minutes of the last regular meeting 1.ss I.III It-i' t ii,. linn nanH> ,snl s'ilf! of 'i'l.iliy.:I
much good hard: :n" to absoib it Sl.-inlinrff 1 .t (' >. wuv pl.iiritiiTs! ur.d the I'lor- The Steamship Co.
were approved. Clyde
t rc.u1lU I Mii cii'Hii,. iC'oni|' ii--, 1011 ii".,I. a curxiiiition
r' On moiol( it was ordered that I'l public I iiinlcr Jl.r laws if I tin- -t.i re of J'-hIl3\'h''LlI, .
OUR KXHIIUT.The \\'J',(' 1l'f"'loII! I I It., I ''In'It.i"Ij i I IIJ'0n1111 I t' i II!1 l'1II'fon. I
nud. lending from Sampson City to the \c-'.. cl.. foiirt liiHiM1 1111' r in tin- town of
j f SUirku public load below Mrs. ..lar.cTillib z S-tul-r ;" 'aid Con:tV. (.n 1!!.- fit :i Moiulnv
Charleston News and Courier uFi I I "
Aiixu1MM.. tht -'fini-. It'inIheilh day of;:-1
be chmgc. M as to inteisecl saidtilarke : I until ;::z.l 1 a l.'ic.il s.iU'! day. tlnri-K the 1< gal
I t.ll1s'i Florida'sYotMV
lakes w of ,
liM-isof .qf.! on that day, i ll-e Mlowiny puce.
the ofV..
exhibit Ilullc"r planlatiou F. I p.iu-i'I! or lut of l.iinl. t-itiiif: :ii.l I l I. ins i in the
: fur : )Malphurs, siid change lo be mud \\ithout Ii i' eouiitv II 1 irn: ifi.rii! mil 1t.iliof; Florida lesor.lied -
"Visitors to the World's fair have < I : as f..1I''f1'4! south half northwest
expense to. Mio ciiuuty.TLcforir.fr II : quarter unit south half uC northeast quarter of
been drawing fomparisonbetwon; section fittcen, and southwest nuartt-rof north ,
Florida and the idc;: allowing\ thc lakr : I \v>st quuiti-r: of sefiiu, fi.urtctn. all in town
exhibit I
\he Kplendi salcry of monthvas rescinded\ I hip six smith r.ii'ce t\vrnty-t\vi> east, contain
:, display made l Ity the state lr :2\ H>K two I'.uiulriil ;ioium.n* or |,*!s. S.d.I
groat On motion i %%.4s ra: l 1 Kinds! ""tI to ill I i-.fy i.ii.Ieeution.. Terms
t California and to the disfredit -
always county furnifh lumber to repair Ihe biid eBui s,1 cash, purthascr paving for title.
E. K. .JOH->.
t of ali.
our near neighbor. ) ,
\ Ilcros tAt l.iyouthe and S'IleltOII1 a- July T.'t Sh"'i Urad'ord Coun'v.The ,
81arl -
.- f rui 14 crowded with people \-'ho { l \ : '- above sale! l.as lK-ei postponed till Mondj -

ftl U) of who believe $ L, : ;< I >, the -Jtli: ,,1)' of 'x-i,:,'1\1'' l-!.l)!I.
are pUbliC DE. L. .
tjirtt, E. E .1('IIS!. YOBK LINES. \
The of & and CHARLiiSlON
i.1I th 11en.ctits of atvcrtisiIIg. Thl' petition Epinger HUSSl.l Stricken Down with Heart 1 l l I :: : I :herilT of Kiai'fori! County. HEW AHD FLORIDA
John K. I asking the county I .
us.cl C''I- -- -- -
I ( :;r\ruia exhIbit ill said to he one I -- ,
Dr. Jtftfe Xfcdlcal Co., EUthart, - -- -- -- .
for extension of lime to h- :
sioll1 : \OtiC '
DI /l ( .
: follows
beard was: p utd J: The Magniiicenl Steamships of tin line are appointed to sail as :
thc.- ltlO On the other presented 1.tU1C.l1Io pleasure to pub1ih,unsolicited to I X Cirniit Court Fourlh uii-ial ( ii'-nit State
CXpOj benefit receIved from 1'li.rida, 1"Ul lord (' In ,
I communication A. j Oil. uf 'lInIJ Chancerv.
hand, visitors have written about pr'\Ih frO:1: A. RIIoUDIItS. 1 was stricken down A. .. Kite 1 calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways:
uven;, agent for the )l.lCOI ConsiruetionCompany ': Xh paVe"and its complications a rapid I .
\\\v\ rigged appearance] | of the Florida Ins from 00 to 140 beau per minute a \s. (STANDARD Ttl&.)
exhibit and iho authorities wits rcu"cll burning sensation in the wind pipe, ( ; ), Kite. \ 1.'rOIlI NeiYork. From .Jat'kJIIOn'fllle,
now It l.'ii g ni.iile lo appear It.till'. affidavit' of theCa (I.ter 29, K It.) STEAMER. Florida.lrhlay .
!IL\'C determined to pitch the collection On t Ilill mi l't. iharge of 11.ftrt THO SANDS >!ii|>':iiiant I: nppeniled l to the I lull, 1 tiled n in the July 28, at 3 (Opm.. .... ALGNQTJIN ... ...Thursday, .\Ulr. 3 at 8:10amTIIP"'tl

of withered and on the pcrsoiiid property If, the estate Otk.tiaiIe that theafore-aid lefendjnt, Emily ). Aug. 1, at :JOJ( I' In.. .. .., SEMINoLE .. ......SlInllay ,. 6.atll00amFriday.
\ raises. don cf the heart aad below lower rib I ik. is ai\er the ape of twenty-one years and h 4, at 301lIJm.) ... ...CHEROKEE. ....Thursday, .. 1. at 3:10am
.. ,dried figs nUll unaciatcd gtuxas and of G.V.. iMcKinney deceased( was or- arms, shortness of breath fcleoplessness : I that her plate of "resid uce U unknou-n. it j is Tua-s.lay. 5, at a isi p iii... ... ALUONQUIN ...Sunday .. IJ.at: 6c'Oam
dercd corrected and Utu collector instructed j bud general debility. The arteries then-folr oniered that th'- above named liefen- Friday, 11. at :llhl I' III. ..... SlItll.l.Thur8Ja: .. 1., at 80011. mTutsilay
tecdy-looking palms out of doors'l would throb violently,the throbbing .. I iint. Finily Kite I lie and Mie is hereby "riaireal to to ]:.6t a (10 pm....... CItEItOKEESuiiday: /0. at 11 00 a InFriatay.
,. \ seems that there was no one to note same on his list of errors and could be beard across a large room 1 plead. answer or 'I .
shake whole body. was n I
my M. \allia'n or liefore, September 4tli. IS',1'5.! tlie same 22. at a IIlI 1 m... .....SI'U111.1..:... .... HunddY. '. n.at 4 00 a m
:around the buildiigs. to. keep it lyV double assessments for tlio year 1 Jt92.; Could under not 1M hold treatment my hand of eminent steady. J' : : beinjc I hI' first M<'3day of said month or the Friday, ... :. at J 00 p m.... ..t'IIEROKEfo.Th.Jrs..a).. 3t.at 7 30am.
A l said bill will be taken as confessed against her. Tuesday, 29, at : ... ... &:1't.3atI\J30am
rder, and Florida has been ruled putilljtiy4s!! picsiMited signed by !, and have takm potion of Patent : :&) It is InrtlH-r ordered that a copy of tins. order !lie 300pr.I.LGUJlI .Sunday

out. It would have been better ou GcorgoV.. Bruit ( eorge L. Fulcli it 111.1 i Iu teWmnt mended yonr the remedies.Imut benejU.8he was A ; published in te! Ur.ultord County Telegraph a -
: in DralrIJI"III.'oll *. onv
cr publNhed tj
the whole had Florida stayed at' king hue county coiniuiBsianers lo have; three l111es'rcmooies bottles of IbaveUkenI your Nevr I I II| :. 1 I .., a newspaf week for eight consecutUe weekn precedmer ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE

home rather tbau to have failed to lI"ilt! 11.. IICLrll1"c' across New River at |1 Heart Cure and two bottles I. the above date. ,
is normal I : I ) Done and ordered by me this the:ti lay. of

i'mke creditable exhibition of her the ford known as tUc Ueadiug ford. On j Nervine.violent throbbing M7 pulse of the heart i AH A : '. !, 50.: July, A. 1>. 18fti. titV.. T..WEEKS. .CJeik.. For Sanftml Enterprise: s inl] Intermediate Points on the St.
sincerely rcromiuend every ODe ---- ----- -- ---- --
wOIII'rrull'CSOUl'CCS. motion K. A. Todd and .lohn) Croft wore : : ', I :
:. Of Heart Disease to take Dr. ; Johns! liiver.
-_. appointed a committee to examine said; : !! tiff TtrinfiHr* and bo. Citred.Gypsum : H Notice.SIX .

\YasUtuEtun Letter. erosing and old biidceand. n-poit at the j City. Kana.___ _L._ L. : 31. M'' .MIIS after (Intel wlillri':I'nt IMJ ac- Steamers arc appointed, to sail as follows:
( !.(" and vonclM rs to the Hon. Win F.Mtt1jaliur -
Worn Our Special Correspondent.WASUIXGTOX next regular meeting of the board.: I Sold on a Positive i! 0 <. l'OIIt.IIII!;.' in and for tlnrountyof
OR MONEY RETURNED.For lia; rd :11.1 State a'( Florida, as r.dr.i! i-tri- Steamer "KVEWSLADE"! -fapt. W. A. Shaw.
August 14, i 1893. The following tuvT.ed personsvbose I 31 tar for the tyfMt'.M'f I-'raiik Siimim, 'ic. c1..4."H.I.COl' ] ,
hejisment had been raised by Ihe board : () { ) S final i settlement t and I i>sk for a lni.il disi.-ii.irKc FHOJI .L\l-K I\\"ILLE-TueMlaR ant SaturJajt at 5.00 p. ni.; returning, leave Sanford
The democratic Jl'allel'of the sa'ir I.v STAUKE ) from said aiiniiniulratii p. It. W Trn.vFB Thursdays Ha'lomJays at 5.0J a. ni.

Lcm l'hc's of county, cwju\ijMoiitrd: sitting us aboard ._ ._ -- -- --- June :.', Cm: AdmiiU>trator.
house proyvd to
1 equal I _. General and Ticket Oiiic-e 88 W. St. Jacksonville.
Passenger Bay
of equalization appeared )before --- --- -- -- ,
-s.- the occasion, and broke the record PL ATT 11ll : I : '

-. fur I Ilie board: and after Iteming I i ihcir coin nUff). M. II. CLYDE, A. T )i.. F. .M. IUOXMONGKK... 1 1". I'it's. Agt..
new by
a getting to ;
work the silver the plaiat the board reduced the valuation: I ri. r : clx_.__ :I! NTIIS fiftrr date t wiii:! pi-e't-rit r.iyaccount9and 5 l>iiwliii Green, t\c\v York.'c..'.t Uaj' Jacksonville; Fla.
on question on S. 1. Cotton s touchers lo the! lion Win. F.Malphnri.riim'y .
; in Tiim G. }: T. M 1. Jxo. L. Fl.i Frei-l.t
of trbe also placed by llu-m jis follows : I IU. : judge in and for tl.c county of GEIt. HOWAKD \gt.
fifth day session.. They from I I I. Uradford and State of ri'Mida. as administnitor 5 :.\\'Iill!, (;Jri-tii. Newaark.. Foot L.nir.i :it., Jacksonville Fla.
llayncs $1,800 $l.CQO.
disappointed the repubh icauis who [ for tbe estate of II. F. York, <-eascd, for
THE REST A. J. COM Piis-i'jijrt-r Agent. .
cocked and A. Hall from $1.000 lo $' )0. !! i final ettleiutit and ask for a final I cLare
primed to
were arraign --- 'r from tsaid nilmiisistiatioii. W. WFEKS.. 5 Bowling Green New York. Foul Luir; SI., J.ifks 'UVlle, Fla.
\democrats at the bar of public J. 's'" lUitiou from $1.000() lo $'3O<. I Feb. 17, '9.WJUI. Administrator.Notice. .! '
R \ ). P. I LYIJE & CO. General
II I' { Agents
opinion on the charge of intentional Win. Junes $1.000 to $SUO.David Long Cotton :

: procrastination. The republicans Jones 1.000 to j9OOI ., I I 12 S. Delaware: A Y., Philndi-lphi.i. 5 Ilowiing Gnci.: : New York.

have been so surprised at the ease ;. II. AMeiniati $ .OO to 400. I h'l SIX MONTHS after date I will pre ent my ac-
THE : |>; <> :: and vouchers to tno lIon. TVin. F SOCIETIES.
with which the democrats reached N. \Yainright $1.200 to $1,009. I ( Malphurs. comity judgf in and for the comity! cf ,. PATENTS

an agreement to take up the taker On motion the invalid (pension roll was The the Bradford estate and.f State Cliarli-s of Florida H. Bailey a'l executrIx deceased, for for snnr.ne Bradford.Lodge% -'- I. No"42, F.-& AM. Caveats and Trade-Mail obtained and all Patent
is (
in advance of tbe takeu and revised. The tlt fir.al before th. third! busings conducted for)1 1.1)D1o.H.\Tt: FEES.
dischargefrom night
question, appoint up following final settlement and ask for a \ Meet Thursday OPPOSITE U S- PATENT
foi the a1IJ'e XVk-lr.iti-d ( \ each month. CUK OFFICE IS \
went of c'.aimittccs, discuss it fourteen changes were nmdcV. : said administration MBS. E. S BAILEY.: "t.t..al'I Sunday In WM. F. JLLI'HCP.Y.lI.. OOice! and vecon secure jiatects In \tiHH tilDA.. -

.t ,. days and then vote upon the \ II. Ward reduced from $7.50 to ?5 keeps on hand a full supply Feb. 24. JKJ--'m Executrix. f\ X. D. W.AI:RIGUT. S. .. and il:;1f'n.at less cot than those rtn-otefrom WaJh

li11'' for thd repeal of the purchasing month. t>:id mooel.(cm\\'in C': ].;un. with descrip;
per EXTRAS WALRUS [ May Lodge No. 10, I O. O. V.Kcgu'aring tkiii.: fte advise! if p:,;iidMe III' not,tree o(
4:' Clause of the Sherman law and Morgan Brown reduced from $4 toper ?-I THE TELEGRAPH, p-I.-- 7 every Tii5aj clui-se our fie not due U':! ;>Mer.t ItFtcured.
t t tight in tiir hII. Tran A Little Boot. low to Obtain P tent."withname"
amends thcrlo for the free
3f.. coinage month. A. B. 'it, Si YEAR 1 sient brftthiT's cordiill! of aetna!cHI'I.to in jour state, county o.

1' of silver at a ratio of 1C, 17, 18, 19, Zelplna Sewe'l reduced from $2 to $1 I invited S. Vi. IlAiRETT. town.Keot free. 'Addrts.OvP. & ('0.

'r. VT: 20 \9 one, and for the substitution amostb.. I Lake City, : : I All. KINDS OF JOB PRINTING. F.J.FIELDSP.O.arJSec.. W. F. MALpnuns.. V. C. S..G. .FatentC1ce... C. A.SXOVT Visa'ovo' h. C".e .



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I Mayor T. D. Lewis and Mr. J. W Button I HICKS SURRENDERS.And .

c;' IN THE CITY. ] of Hampton, paid the: TELEGRAPH u l. Granted Bond In the Sum ot I I I.L G WEBB'S LIVERY STABLES.

f. LOOK pleasant call Thuisday. $1,000.

l -'.. i- Local Items Picked Up Here I Dr. John C. Wills is expected home it: Arthur: Hicks, who it will be recalled, Opposite Moitt's Blacksmith Shop.)

r. BIG AD. NEXT WEEK and There a IGth few lost.days! ,His having host of left friends Kentucky will be on gladto the shot the night Miss of May August Nickels 6lh.at came Hampton to town on I Will Not be Underbid on Turnouts of Any Kind !1GIVE

Tuesday morning and sunendered to the
so see him.
ers sheriff. It is understood that Eli Hicks, TRIAL.Any
Colonel and Mrs. L. B. Rhodes and Mr. father of tho young man Lad been as-

and Mrs. J. W. returned Saturday sured that his sun would be granted bail
Kind of Wood Delivered to Any Part of the City. Lease
Matters that Have Occurred or from Lenoire, N. C., where they spent in the event that he surrendered, there- .

Will Occur in the Near Future ,several weeks among the mountains. fore the father and a good following of Your Order for Your Winter Supply.

-Epitome of a Week's I uncles and jousins came to town with t

Happenings in Starkc. ;Miss May Nickels, the young lady who him to go on the bond and' thus secure

was shot by Arthur Hicks at Hampton is I the release of the would-be murderer. JOSEPH ECKERT

.. slowly improving, and hopes arc entertained Young Hicks was taken to the court ,
Buy your slices from N. J. Jones.
for her rccoveiing. The ball has house und about 10 o'clock the court was .

Changed Hoffman Bro's udyeitise- been extracted called. Those who had: congregated National Bakery

ment. about! the court house then witnessed ,

r Sergeant Duncan; Corporal Adams and what seemed a very light and }hollow proceeding -

"Doc"J. II. Colson is rusticating in the privates Ioitt, Rimes and Wall returned when it is weighed with the Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes of All

country. from the encampment during the week. crime. One who was present relates it to .

They report this the most successful en- us us foluws: : 1 j. Kinds on Hand.ALL .

Camp broke :r tel'llay. The boys \' illbe I campment of them nil. The county judge reads the charge.

home today. "Are you guilty or not guilty?" ORDERS BY (MAIL WILL BE GIVEN PROMPT Al1E TION.
Dr. B. T. Foitner has been granted
Prisoner nods his head. BaKery Opposite Court House.
I Miss! Jessie Weeks returned Monday bond in the sum of $1,300 by the Putnam
; Judge-"I understand that you plead I '.
Starke F
' from Waycio.-s. Ga.: county court. His brother, .Judge Fort- a_
not guilty.
I ner. was in this city during the week and
Prisoner gives an affirmative nod.
4It Mrs., J. II. Sharpe spent a few days in secured the l bondsmen '
Judge-"The court gives right to
Ocala during the week -- --- you
j For Goods Gents'
: I jI The Chinese pay their doctors only so waive trial and give bond. Do you wishto Dry FurnishingsAND

f One million ;tm\\berry plants for sale i long as he keeps th'! ;m in health. They do this?" ,

II. Puddy, 1.:1: \\'te)', Fla. I believe in pievcnting rather than curing Another nod from prisoner. -
I disease. This is sound sense, and one of ,
Judge-"I understand that you wish to
the strongest, recommendations of Ayer'sS.irsaparilla.
Rowel Prevatt brought in the first load I : : a medicine which not only waive trial and give !bond."
of cotton Tuesday morning.Mrs. cures diseases but prevents them. Another affirmative nod and the pro-

.. I --------- I ended. /
Special Column \ Fight Cont .ued..J. ceedings are

J. L. Sasser while marshal of Hampton, M. L Johns is suffering severely 'I Several of our subscribers at country'I The bond was fixed at 1000.. with Eli -C.\LL: ONIll. .

Advertisements inserted In this column at hail II little difficulty will: David' Kite and from an attack of poison oak. postofiices complain that they do not get Hicks and three other relatives as sureties.
5 cents per line (seven words) for each
their .igularly.! The utmost care
insertion 111 the melee punished Kite severely about paper : After the tiling of Ihe bond young Hicks, -
Fifty-six Marke people look In the en- is taken ia mailing the and the
the head with his "billy." This led toassen's paper accompanied by his father left for Hampton. R.gwe&
campment excursion :Sunday.:; fault must be with those handling it afterit
i, For the best ice cold drinks go toMeauham's arrest by the sheriff, and before _
--- It
I he fined last leaves the Staike ollice. Mr. W. F. Nickels, fatner of the .
j! Judge Malphurs was $15
opposite post-office.
A full line of Collins Caskets :und Un- ------- --
wounded lady was at the -AT-
r i. Monday. dertakeis' Goods at N. J. Jones' If young I licks: ; was granted a bond young present
Old stoves made new by J. (,. This not being entirely satisfactory toMr. hearing, and when seen afterward by u

a Fudge. Kite he helve and contrary to the law governing such cases reporter expressed himself as much THE RED STORE ON THE CORNER.: ,.
procured un nx :Miss;; Alice Wall visited friends at MMdloburg \ he should be re-anested and lodged in very
'T. Mr. Sasser on the street made u last and : surprised: and' kurt at the judge's decision *
...: Fresh Garden Seeds of all kinds in meeting Saturday! Sunday. jail. On the cither hand if his is a: bail EUT'Steain-Coolced Cow Feed a Specialty.
pass for his head. Sasser threw his arm ----- He said that his daughter was by no
... bulk Starke: Drug Co. I able case Judge Mnlphurs in making the
'. up to ward off the blow, and the result: Mrs :S. M. Wells and "I he boy" are means out of danger; and that a bond so
I bond light only exercised' !the discretionleft
was a shattered elbow. visiting; friends; and relatives in Georgia. light insured them no protection.
( For Sate-A few thousand strawberry to him by the law. J. W. ANDREWS
: City Marshal Alvarez arrested' Kite and -- -- ---- The general impression is that the I
plants of a variety. ,
-I. superior The commissioners out
carried him before Mayor Sweat who county paid The proprietors of the Southern Shorthand county judgeS; entirely too !lenient and
1.00 thousand. D. Q. Cole. thousand dollars at the }last meeting
per (
nearly ; -
,'I fined him six dollars. At the conclusion and Business College of Atlanta, legal authorities claim that as the young
; Feed and Sale Stables.
> Ice! Ice!! Ice!!! :Morgan: Bros'. of the mayor's court he was taken in cus- ___ I have added a new feature to that institution t lady: had not been pronounced out of Livery

i: ice depot. tody by the sbeiiff, und tried by the coun- Miss Daisy: Hodge, of DeLand, i is visiting -a complete academic school Prof. danger, the law leaves him no alternative -

., ty Judge. Ileie he was placed under a her cousins! the Misses Sweat, of thiscity. (leo. C. Looucy, formerly of Staike, \\lll! but to have givon the prisoner a hearing THE FINEST TURNOUTS IN THE .CITY.Prompt .

Old stoves made to cook as good $500 bond for his appearance at the fall ,. be in charge of the literary branch of this and, upon finding bun guilty, committed -

as new ones. All work guaranteed; term of circuit court. :\11'. F. J, Slernburg left Wednesday for t I great institution of learning. him lo j-til. Attention and Reasonable Charges
--- --- ---- ----
:' and all orders given prompt atten New York City. He will take 1:1 the fair .Notice. 9Drummers' .
_-= tion. Leave orders at Walter Wills Is Life Worth Living Ii :\\11'. W. II. Tuthill, for several months Teams and Draying a J
while absent. The firm of Shipman & Fisher has this ,
store. J. C. Fudge. I refer by depends on the liver. If suffering with the paymaster of the A. S. & G. railway, "
I day: l been lli.-:-ulvt'd. \ J. :Shipman with- i
.:: f permission to Mr. ,V. II. Rivers Indigestion, or tioublcd with Malaria, that Miss\ = Jessie Selvidgc returned Wednesday I has severed' his connection with the road drawing fiiiin the firm. All; accounts due Specialty.Stables :

tired: woru-out little.feeling, But you when will considerlife relievedof I from Cullahan and will icmaiu in and departed' several days ago; for his old the ]late linn; are to be paid to F. A.

.. '. 'God Save the Queen" is sung in nearly these worth by very taking Simmons Liver Regulator I Starke several duvs.Mrs. home in Grand! Rapids, :.Mich. Mr. Tuthill's Fisher; all! a< counts nor by the late firm in Brick Building.* Cor. Call and Thompson Streets One Block
'I wiil l F. .\. l'j.hf.Y. .
'I"'i' twenty languages.Chamberlaln'a you will count life a blessing and I --- -- -. -- -- many friends in this city hope that Inpaid by J. SniPM.vx. from Depot. I

-..'.. -- -- ---- keep the Regulator on hand for say sudden H. T. Richard: ', of River Junction, he may decide to return in the near fu F. A. FisiiEit.
attack of Biiiousnu&s and Sick Head I I Starke Florida
Eye .and Skin Oliitmeat. ache. An active liver makes life a de- is visiting her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. L. i ture. L-iwti-y, Fit., .\.II g. 14. Ib'Ju:; )rO _
;;. A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eye! hght. Don't forget the Regulator with D. Wall, of this city. I Electric Bitters. -- - I
r-' : Tetter Suit Rheum Scald Head, Old the red Z. I Burt Shaw, the TEI.EGUAMI'S lightning This remedy i is ie l oiling* so well CITY MARKET. PROFESSIONAL.
lit' Sores Eczema Itch. --------- ---- II compositor, went down to Ocala: Sunday >\'NSN>*SXX X\S>XV '*<*XXVSL.
Chronic Sores, Fever Mr. Wiley Jones, of Hampton, was in known a. tl so< popular as lo need novpoti.il
,,' Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples :It\fl.. CIII Njc to the nC'ar.II town Saturday! and paid his financial respects I F and spent tl'C day with the soldiers. Reluming 1I cation. .\II who have used E. STEW ART,.M. D.
Piles. It is cooling and soothing Hun- ST. M. 10. Kleelria Hitters sing Ihe sallie sun of
So. \IIY, August the TCLEOK.U-II. Sunday night he was carried by ?
.; dreds of cases have been cured by it after II to praise. A purer niediHno; does: not exist PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Office .
:MisTER EDITOR -1 have ben re.idin' -- -- --- and brought at Baldwin. After having
< < all other treatment had failed. 23; centsper : : up and it is truarntetvl to do nil that is
. box. For sale by the Starke Drug ycr'aluh'c paper fur a time an' I find :Miss: Effic Drydcr.. of this city, and Mr. ample time to take in the sights of that claimed Kletr'u Bitters will cure all with Starke Drug Co.

Company. I ruse, nuse in a bundanc. Xow I guess Thrower, of Hampton, were married in city, he arrived home at 2:30Jonday:\ lli..en"f'snrthp. I.in'r111 Kidi.eys. willl"emO"I' STARKE. FLA.
:K.,. l I'inrl"s; t IJ.ils, :-ialt! Rheum and
invented you all no that :Mr. Pitxident:: Cleveland this city last Friday night. !! art rnoon. other affections lI'HuIIIt\. iii;pure blood POWELL. M. D.
Machines for setling'type were
----- -- -- 'uVill drivt' Miaria! from the' ; and
is rather under the pack with the iheuma- system
.' by Mitchell in 18;){. MC ;Misses Loca and; Lizzie Sweat entertained A new base ball team with )lr. L. D.Wall prevent n well us nsre; ail Malarial:
' tiz. I can't wunder if everybody gits For cureof Headache, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
<< evers. CunsMpafion -
the Lrosophhn club very pleasantly as captain bus been organized to
theH.'ther is so mighty ht. Your beloved and Ii.digestion Klectric( Bitters.Entin'M'llI"flt" .
The of Mrs. Annie :M. Dfum: try
I of McKeesport. Pennsylvania in the seivenl was over one day 't w ixt I at their home Tuesday evening. play the first nine. Messrs. W. N. Meacharn. : n!> gtiaruteelor.moneyrefunded. : Office at Gakina' Drug Store.
- ----- Price .Vk'. and $1 bottle at .
treatment of diarrhoea in her children will and Monday! lo see his best girl, A. II. Huffman J. T. Wills, W. per STARKE. FLA.FJ. .
Saturday Slarke Drug Co's drub store, and JohnA.
Mr.:\ Chas. Darby formerly of Stnike, ; :
be of interest to moth- T A.
T. Weeks N. D. ,
undoubtedly many Wai1llight.
and the old he crocodile walked out with King Lake!; uutler. :5 FIELDS
ers. She says : "I spent several weeksinJonslown. but now of Madison: is iu the city, the Knight. M.:\ J.. Johns, and W. E. Davis -----
, heels thatit w**-
.'. Pa.. after the great flood uothiug but his under on saying guest of his sister Mis.:\ J. L. Gaskins. issued JAMISON. S. C.. Sept. 2. '90
on account of my husband being employedthere. was too hot to wear breeches. And I ---- -- are the other members They have: Since the people know I keep St. Jos- JJIUCK MASON AND PLA8TEllEIl. .

\Ve had several children with u<5. don't know whur I should stay or not, Misses Lucia: Sharpe and Susie Alvarez a chaleuge for a game on the first eph's Quick Relief: they have taken it all a. C. CHAIRES *
two of whom took the diarrhoea very I left and concluded I would cloudy afternoon that shows up. A great out but one bottle and that one I cannot STARKE. .
but anyhow went down<>wn to Ocala Wednesday( to FLORIDA.
... badly. I got some <>f Chamberlain'sColic ; of ball is expected. sell un'ill got in some more for I cannotbe -DEALER IN-
Cholera and Dianhoca: Kemedy seek the advice of older beds; probly see the !sham: battle: at the encampment. game without II myself. It 5 is beyond doubt Agent for Camp Bro'. Brick.

,+ from Ilev. Mr Chapm III. It cured both sortie had experience in that line. I wish - Major Joseph--- --L.' --Hill- -- the-- Prince of the best t medifine for cramps, colic and Fresh Beef, Mutton, Pork and FRAZEJ2 "'

.. of them. I knew of several I other cases: it would' come winter because then I can Hall's I1'l air Rcm-wer cures dandruff and all kinds of pain: on the nvuket. Send:: J.L. ,
where it was cqually'successiul. I thinkit !; I diJ scalp nfficliotif; also all cases of baldness Lake Butler, is one of the mot clever of me three dozen bottles per express.R. Poultry.CALL .
cannot be excelled mul' heerfully recommend go to see my girl agin. never paym where the glands which feed the roots of Bradford's old slandbys. The Major is a I). KI FTRELL. STREET, STARKE. FLA.BRUS ATT' AND COUNSELLOR AT,

. it25 and' M cent bottles for )' devotions to an,)" oilier galn' I tell the htir are not closed up.Rev. great lover of game chickens and the For further information call on Starke LAW. -

sale by Starke Drug Company.: you it goes agin the glllill to have to stay I Inway. yard surrounding his home i is literally Drug; company: and' eel a copy of St ,Josl'ph's Room No. 1, Jones Block
S. C. Paris, ..tor of thin Presbyterian Four Seasons Almanac. t-4-28
pi' STORE.
the hint for 1 alive with the rarest breeds. On his last STARKE. FLA.
f' The tail of the beaver gave -- -- -----
r of the Lost! Lost!-A big; yaller dog with I : chuich. has returned with his fun visit to Starke the major brought! over a A man is relieved and gay when he has
the trowel
:c ---mason.- long ears, 4 legs and one tail, and it has ily after a pleaiut: vacation spent on the young cock and presented hiru to :Mr. I. C. put his heart into his work and done his ATTORNEY-AT-LAW COMER L PEEK and '

I The Creat Southern Remedy. got a great hi i!, white ring neck around it. coast. -- ---- Webb, the liveryman. lie is a beauty best, but what he Ins said or done other- _- 1fOTABYand -

x People should not t-e deceived into pay- I mean to say that he has got white ring Rev. II. II. Newman, Mikesville.: and will develop into? the prize of the wise sh'tll give him no pence.COI.D Fire ..nsur.nee.ReprnttUVERPOOL& .
ing for trashy mixtuies gotten up around his tail, A reward i.f ten ---
money Columbia preached two sermons The that I.e has more LONDON" A GLOBV
tll sell Botanic Blood Balm. (I L. B B.) county ring. major says WATER. Ala.. March 11. 92. PROVIDENCE
to the {finder Address.SroonrsDYKi WASHINGTON.
which has been made in AtlanU: for 'hc cents will be given at the Pivsliyterian! : church iu this city chickens than he can: well use and is will- My little child' had the SECURITY, and HARTFORD Fire GREENWICH Insurance

pist: fifteen years never fail: : to !give satisfaction ::; :. last Sunday.Mr. ing to devide with his numerous friends dropsy for t .vo years. We had tried various Companies. Choice Iota of Land in town mat
remedies and the most prominent county for sale. -
andbiMd -- -
t.mic -- --
us a superior building up ---------- --- -- the low of dollar a head. I I .
at price one STARKE
in House. physicians in the country, but to no avail. FLORIDA
purilik-r. It is made IIOthe: prencriptiou It should be Every
:\ Jonath.m Weeks, one of Mikesville'ssubstantial : I
of an eminent pi\! >':ci.ui.: The J. M. Wilson, 371 'lav street, Sharps- Such rare birds at so low a price are sel We recommend the use of Sf. Joseph's
bottle is large and the dose S > small. See burg, Pa., savs ho will not be withoutDr. ciliL'_ns, was in the city over dom in tho mirkut.Inforiuntlou, Liver regulator: and she is now as healthy G. W. Young
that which King's New Discovery for Consumption the of Colonel and Mrs. as child. ,
their advertisements and buy : Sunday guest -- --------- any J. L. GASKIN
\ill thoroughly endorsed bv thousands of Coughs and Colds, that it \V. T. Weeks. anted T. P. W. BROOKS, M.D? !'
has A cured his wife who was threatened with For further information call on St'arke' DEALER IN GENERAL
whom it cureu. ---- -- -- BLACKSMITH(
grateful patient after attack of la grippe, Mr. R II. Green of Lake Butler, wishes -
phueuinouia an Drug Company and a of St.
trial bottle will tea its mciiKA.11 Sweet potatoes: arc bringing sixty centsa copy Medicines
when various other remedies and several some information on the treatment of a Joseph's Four Seasons .Almanac t-428 Drugs :
physicians had done her nopcod.Kobort bushel :n the Starke m.irket.: Here is -ANI>-
animals whose habitat is the arctic mule colt. The colt is now two months eFlatPhysicians'
Barber, of Cook-sport, Pa., claims i a scarcity, and now i is the time for f.II'nH.IS: Jeffrey Hudson, the smallest dwarf:
regions 111:11hitt' inmur.. 1). Kind's New Discovery has done him old.! When about three weeks old it I'reseriptiousCnnfullvCompovndedat
_ )
, to market their surplus.Mr. known 18 inches WOOD-WORKER
mrre good than anything: : he ever used I bruised its knee and tho braise left a lump to history was high at a hour*-dan tny.a n ,
fooluiiK trouble. Nothing like it. Free I 20, and to 3 feet !9 after 30. .
tri bottles Starke Drug Company'sdrusr and Mrs. S. F. I Ian ford, of Green about the size of a hen egg.; Mr. Greenis grew It located at the old thishop! where hf

.. stor, and John A. ling: Lake", II Cove Springs, were in the city over Sun inexperienced in cult raising and: will Mr. II. J. Mayers! f.f Oakland Md COURSE BY MAIL is prepared to make or repair all kinds of
nptler. Largo bottles, Sue aud 1. : returned to be under obligations) for the suggestionof says : "1 have sold thirteen bottles of iron, tin or wood-work. lie will mat
Miss 1'111Hicharll PREE!
___ ___ day.
_______ u Chamberlain's Remedy and WITH THE
a cure. Cougi; today : : a or repair
with them you wagon your coffeepot;
and Green Cove Monday
Frivilous rutiosity about am literaly!: sold out. This is the largest
which sale on record of one preparation In J.EA VENVOR1'IIBusiness make you 1ploW' or repair your boggy:
criollsttention to little objects, any
la Dr. Powell's
The have
following parties
Second Lieutenant Husband of the :a day over our counter It gives the shoe your horse or sell you a Chicago
/oyal neither require nor deserve a momcnt'sthougbt Never Fail Cure for sale Every bottle is '
Guards was called home Sunday on account warranted : J. L. Gaskins, Starke Drug best satisfaction of any cough medicinewe College.TO A motor. *
who from thenceis
lower a man of the serious illness of his brother Company Starkp: ; (;/ S. Roach & Co. handle; and as a seller it leads" all Now Mr. Farmer it will pay yon to

thought, and not unjustly, incapableof Orin G. Husband. At this writing thereis II C. Parker & Bro., New River ; G- S' sale other preparations Starke Drug on the market.. For ADVERTISE find nut all about this windmill,ad it can
by Company.It's
;;: ,.. Baking greater matters. very little change iu the young man's Young Hampton ; T.: R. Sweat, Sinker- ; Our CollegeWe be uwd for airy purpose that water power
Jarrett Lakeside R.
.t'.. town ; Harvey ;
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. condition, but it i i\1 hoped by his numer- Jones LaCrosse ; Luke Drawdey Pin a cold! heart that Cupid can't live will give a thorough course of instruction in can be put to. When you are in town

Powder The best salve in the world for euts, ous friends that he may soon recover. Hill ; Henry Drivers) Worthington ; iS" in, ns thinly as he i is clad. double and single entry Book-keepinz; and Commercial call nnd learn all about it. It does not

r-" JJAsolufel bruises! sores, ulcers, salt r r-ieum fever G. :Mizell N. L Blair, Blair P. 0.11- limited Arithmetic number by mail Fare of CHABGB to lake a wagon load of money to purchase j

sore, tetter, chapped hand, chilblains, I Be sure and put :i box of Ayer's Pills in L. Jones. Tcrpentine Camp ; John A- 'I 'Sliver threads among the gold." be completed in forty persona lessons.ThU Xo course charge will for one, i but U is! worth a beg pocket full to j
PureAcrelmoftarterbilingpoader I ('orwc11,1 all skin eruptions, and positively i- !! your satchel before traveling, either by I I King Lake Butler ; b. J. Prescott. Sampson Are a sign that your hair needs invig Diplomas. Ad.lre':

'-...;!." Highest of I cures piles,or no pay required. It :' laud or Pea. You will find them convenient ; (J. II. houghton, Middleburg- orating. Begs' Hair Renewer promotesahealthygrowthof PROF. F. J. VANERBERC, Pres., you.
: ;, is Guaranteed to give i>erfVt satisfactionor I I' efficacious and safe. The best remedy -! Odom Bros., Providence. T. DynumiIi'ort | hair, prevents its falling GEO W. YOUNG
r refunded. PriceS cents per 302,301 and 306 Delaware at, ,
money & Wilson. Drew. Sold and
Government aud '' for costiveness indigtstlon. and sick white ; Henry j out or turning! gray. guaranteed -
t' box. For sale by Starke uutler.Drug Co., I'l headache, and adapted! to nay climate. ; High Springs Medicine Co., High Springs;j by Starke Drug Company. LEAVENWORTU. KANSAS. .Starlio. Fla.
.,i<. EOYJL BAE xa Fowurrt<_('0.. lOG W:1lISt., :\. Y. John A, king: Lake Y

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& :1 P destroy them, that the uncooked yeast! avoid'th6'longeriod'rluring*
? bread has been eaten and with it the made dough ,must stand in PREIDBBIIESSAG11I$ : far as such an obligation has been imposed z. ._, 5'I

.4 ; -.:: colonies of germs, .that they_ have order that the-starch may,ferment and upon it) to provide for the use of the pea "How many kinds of paper money are S 'I

3j )If' dm s .' ., found' their. way into the blood and there is also' no'kneading necessar .' 'pIe the best and safest money. If, as many there?" repeated Assistant. Treasurer

Health. Commissioner. ;..N *.'York City. that the call for our services which The two materials used in the Royal, of its friends claim, silver ought U occupya Sam Bailey when asked the question. S

.. ; It'is followed; has'rounded'off'this sequence cream of and soda; are perfectly A larger place I our currency- and "Five, and if you'll wait an instant Il ;
if tart ; of the world p ;
necessary one would understand the "
of events.I Gi'oy'' of them all. %
harmless But Tails show samples
r the sanitary aspects of bread when eaten. theyare Cleveland through general international co-operation, you he .. IS.S.
have Emphatc- with five ,
already pointed out that the combined in exact Returning crisp slp
: making, to fully comprehend the compensating and agreement, i is obvious that the ;yf
present germs of disease are to be found in the that when chemical action scaled off the first at random held ''
theory held weights, S8 United States will not be in a position to : S
by scientists of $Silver
>rif! and the part played by them in disease.germs air and dust. The longer any substance between them they practically ally on tie Question. gain a hearing in favor of such an arrange it out at arm's length. "ThatVi 1 4 :,.
; 4 The theory of disease is I to be eaten is exposed to the air, the substance of both having went so long as we are willing to con'inut United Stat treasury note or green 7 ; S

1 ; the name given tp the germs merely the greater the chance that germs will been taken up to form the carbonic our attempt to accomplish the back, government's note of hand, .'

1* of those medical knowledge had be deposited on it. Bread raised witt aid gas. More than this, the ACT result single handed. The. knowl- legal tender at its face taltie in payment ;., S-

t ?! which germs is the by men, a knowledge yeast worked down or kneaded twicE proper method of using the powder REPEAL THE SHERMAN edge in business circles among our own of all debts-all means all, doeon S F

: : experiments. result of innumerable before being baked and this process insures the most thorough mixing people that our government cannot make it?-public and private, except when ;e 4 CS

Being this, the old. may take anywhere from four hours The its fiat equivalent to intrinsic in the .
: term of tc with the flour. proper quantity otherwise expressly stipulated
a "theory" has! become mis- value, nor inferior on a parity
nomer. A germ of a disease is a a plant ten. It has, then, the chance of colleting being taken, it is mixed with the flour IS HIS POSITIVE RECOXMEMUTIOX with kepI by money its own independent contract. That is to say, tbe govern- KNOWLEDGE

disease germs during this and stirred around in it. The mixture TO C mtESS. ment sometimes makes a contract to
80 small that I do not know how to pro ( efforts, has resulted in such a laek of -
f intelligibly to the general reader express cess of raising and it has two periods is then sifted several times and confidence at home, in the stabilities of pay in gold, but if not then this noteis Brinp comfort and improvement and

-; its lack of size. When this of working down or kneading during this insures that in every part of the currency values that capital refuses its aid i a legal tender for all purposes. tends to personal enjoyment

\ troduced into the blood germ is in- each of which it may gather the dirt fot there shall be a few particles of He Wants Money That the World Wi to new enterprises while millions are actually "Here is D $20 gold certificate. rightly us Tho many, who live bet- .

body its..action or tissues of'the containing the germs from the baker's powder. The sal and milk or water Ul.coguizcShort{ Session. withdrawn from the channels of trade That represents 20 gold dollars deposited tet Lan others and enjoy life more, with 4

: alogous to that which appears takes to be an- hands.! As no bread save that raise! being added, dough is made up and commerce to become idle and unproductive in the United States treasury. less expenditure, by moro promptyadapting

# yeast is added to dough. place It attacks when :with yeast, goes through this long as quickly as. possible and moulded ---.. iu the hands ot timid owners. Gold cannot bo legally paid out for needs the of word's being best products, will attest tC

process of raising and kneading into the loaves. WASHINGTON, August 8, 1893. NATIONS WILL NOT The the
certain elements : so no FOREIGN PURCHASE any other form of paper money.
of the blood tissues, to health of the liquid
;J ;and destroys them at the or ,: bread s.ive; thst raise.l with yeast has These are placed in the oven and To the Conyrett f the (:"Hee Stales: Foreign nations, equally alert, not only silver certificate represents so many the value embraced pure in the
producing new substances. same HO goo.l a chance! of gathering germs. baked. But the very moment the Tie existence of an alarming amI extraordinary decline to purchase American securities, dollars deposited in the treasury. of

What is meant by "raising" bread warmth and moisture attack the mix- business situation, involving the but, make baste to sacrifice those which I Gold cannot be it. The remedy, Syrup lence ia Fig. its presenting
welfare ami prosperity of all our l ', It does not the caimellupon Its exce
l'lupl. already
ture of of tartar and soda those they have think
cream coin certificate as many most and pleasant -
in the form
has constrained me to call together, in situation to nay that apprehension in regard acceptable
'fi two ingredients chemically combine HObsIon. the payable in gold or silver. It represents to the taste, refreshing and truly S
extra people's representatives to the future of our finances is
...... and carbonic acid or leavening gas is coined each month of perfect laxative
the silver a
the beneficial
in conpres', to end that through a wisnami groundless, and that there is no reason properties
% evolved. The consequence may be I patriotic exercise of tho legislative for lack of confidence in the purposes or under the bullion purchase act of ; effectually cleansing the system, .1-5'dispelling

t seen at a. glance, the bread is miRet duty wiih which they solely are charged power of the government in the premises. 1891, and is payable only in silver.If colds headaches and fevers '

during the time it is: baking the present. evils may bo mitigated and tin- Tie very existence of this apprehension gold were demanded for it, I should and permanently curing constipation. .

..\.r oven, and this is the most perfect of ; dangers threatening the future may; l.t and the lack of confidence, however caused, be obliged to refuse. The fifth kind It ha given satisfaction to millions and S.-

all conceivable methods of raining it. Ii avrc'l.: l.OCK is a menace which ought not for a momentto of paper money is tho national bank met with the approval of the mcdkal --

Here, then, there is n) chance for UNFOIllUNATE FINANCIAL PLIGHT be disregarded. Possibly, i the undertaking note. It displaced the old state banknotes profession, because it acts on the Kidneys -

germs of disease! to into ths dough is not the result of untoward e\'ent. nor of we have in hand were the maintenance and is secured United States Liver and Bowels without weakening
e by
and thence into the stomach, more ; conditions related to our natural r3 olrc.-, of I specific: known quantity of silver bonds the bank issuing them and it is perfectly free from

than that the is nur in it traceable to any of the bfilictiuus dt a pinty with gold our ability to do so purchased by objectionable substance.
necessarily n : every
it United
broa. with the
sweet beenno which frquutly check natural growl I. might be estimated and gauged, and perhaps and deposited Syrup of Figs is for sale by all druggists
as possible,
: time which it having could and prosperity.Vith p'enteous crop, in view of our unparalleled growth States treasurer. It is legal tender for in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is manufactured -
t. I sour. I with I abundant promise of remunerativepreluctl.in anti resources, micht bo favorably passed all debts, public and private, except by the California Fig Syrup
This involves the fact that the
hrt\ll.: and manufactures. with nuusi.- upon. But when our avowed endeavor is interest on the public debt and customs Co. only, whose name i is printed on every
so made will keep longer, as it is less : al imitation safe investment and with ina'ntain such in to I
: Iii parity regard an I duties. All these moneys are, package, also the name, Syrup of Fig
likely to be cont' mil'ltt I by the germs Bdtiifactory! aiiurauce to business amount of silver increasing at the rate of' believe, coined in all denominations, and being well informed, you will

jf that affect the souring process. I enterprise suddenly a financial distrust fifty millions of dollars yearly, with no from $1 up, except the gold certificate, accept I (substitute if offered.'August.

I wi be BtmujftJ if the crowds of and fear la\1 sprung up on every side. fixed termination to such increase it can which is not insued for sums under :;

/ to the'World's Fair do not i Numerous !moneyed institutions have supcuded ?- hardly bo said that a problem is presented $20." Oincinnati

greatly increase the number of contagious j because abundant assets were not whoso solution is free from doubt Tribune.

i?* diseases which will have to immediately iivailable! to meet the l
I of frightened depositors. Surviving An Enemy of Sewers. :
L treat. Under these circumstances is laud The people of the United States are entitled .
I and individuals --
corporations are eon-
it not folly of follies to open a single to a sound and stable currency, and is the
teiii to keep in hand the money they art The eucalyptus tree greatest
rf 'DISEASE channel through which these germs ] nsually anxious to and those eugtgtd to money recognized as such on every ex- of a system knownto
I GEBMS destroyer -
POUND 10.1
__ ThEta A* INTO THE TEAST BIIEADI may reach us? Is it not tho part of : find change and in every market of the world. sewerage fibrous
in ligitiiuaic arc to the The
Hut the germs; of the greater of is l'UI'nell surprised Their government has no right municipl1tes. Flower"I
part worth a few words. The introduction wis lorn to watch with tll gre.itost cure that the securities they offer for loans, smallest
roots will -
11 the germ diseases! that is of the infections to injure Them by financial penetrate possible
of the yeast into the moist dough all that we eat and au I to see though heretofore satisfactory, are no 5
the connections
pipe S
and contagious diseases, will develop und the addition of heat when the pan that none but the safestawl! best methods longer accepted. Values supposed to be experiments opposed to the policy opening
unil of other civilized states and once into the sewer pipe will grow 4'
or increase in number without is placed near the fire produces at are. employed in tha preparation fixud are fast becoming conjectural, anil t practice nor had beerj troubled five months
is it justified in permitting an exaggerated and until the is entirely
I expand sewer
.being in the body of a human being, enormous growth of the yeast! fungi- of our food? To me it seems as loss and failure have invaded evory branch with Dyspepsia. I had a fullness
and unreasonab'o reliance on our national choked and in number of
provided always you give them the the yeast "germ," in other words. though there could bs but one answer of busineJ! believe these things art rfiigth and ability to jeopardize the it has been up, found that a the pipes cites after eating, and a heavy load in the

: !proper conditions. These conditions These fungi effect a destructive fermentation to questions like these. VKI>CirALLY CHAKOKABLE TO CO. GnES- soundness of the people's This hn\e. pit of my stomach. Sometimes a
r money. The of trees
!* lare to be found in dough which is be- of a portion of the starchy I have shown the danger of using bJ .'L LKGISLAIION mater rises above tie plane of party poli: been broken. })planting deathly sickness would overtake

4 |ting raised with yeast. They aro matter of the flour-one of the most the yeast raised lire:id, and' with this I Xiuching the purchase and coinage of sil- tics. of this variety should be discouraged. me. I was working for Thomas
warmth, moisture and the Vrr by the general government. This legmlation In some cities ordinances have been
organic valuable nutrient elements in the flour. have shown how huger miy boavoide
,matter of the flour which the is embodied in a statute on BUSINESS. passed compelling property owners to lcHenrDrnggistAlegheny City,
on germs The fermentation produces carbonic ,L The ounce of pa'Itl
prevention the llth of 1S1K) which the It vitally concerns every business and employ forseven
after certain July. was cut down all trees of the varietyfor ,
; changes, feed. acid and which in this is neitlur tJ' gum
this its it
gas, having origin casa tU1bll calling and enters household in the I
< It is culmination: of much agitation on the biili- every the protection of tho sanitary con- years. I used August Flowerfor
necessary to remember at this every little particle of the stare}; nor expensive is certainly many ject and which be considered land. There is one important aspect of the I
may relieved of all
in\olnl .Yeu's.S1ret two weeks. I
point that yeast is germ growth, and which is itself everywhere in the flour, pounds of cure, and the best thiu{ a truce, after long struggle between subject which especially should never ba dition.-.Modesto was

S. when introduced into a mixture of gluoose pushes aside the particles of the dough about i is:, that it miy ba rjlioI on almost the advocates of free I silver coinage and overlooked. At times, like the present, trouble. I can now eat things I

] or starch, in the presence of to give itself room. This is what absolutely. Those who et breador those intending to bo more conservative. when the evils of unsound finance threaten Charity. dared not touch before. I have

: :,warmth and moisture sets up a fermentation. called "raising the bread." i biscuits or rolls mile at h'ju3: with Undoubtedly! Ihl monthly purchase of us, the speculator may anticipate a gained twenty pounds since my re

If the mixture be a. starchy It needs but a glance to see that it Royal baking powder mry be sure they tho government of four million and five harvest gathered from the misfortune of Mother-"What in the world are covery. J. D. Cox.Allegheny. Pa. d>

: jdongh the yeast first changes a portion is, in its effects on the pucely have absolutely stoppp 1 one channel hundred! thousand ounces of silver, enforced oihurs.; Tho capitalist may protect himself you so busy at?"
a ro.pf the starch into glucose and then decomposes dough I under that statutewore regarded by by hoarding; or may even find profit in the Small Son-"Us is
The wa through which disease reach boys gettin' up a Mothers 2 21F
; : the glucose by changing it mechanical close-grained mass is them. m'j those interested in silver production as a tluc-tualion of values; but the wage- charity circus, and I guess make Young
we'l .
: a noV certain of its increase in price.The earner-tho first to be injured by depreciated -
into" two new substances, viz., carbonic full of little holes, and when cookedin NOTE.-IIousokeep3r3 desiring information result guaranty however, has been entirely di'ferent currency and tine last to receive 0 the a lot o' money: too. All chidrenis Offer TOM a )
"acid and alcohoL "
gas I this condition is what we ordinarilycall In re?ar.l to tha propiratloa of the bre-i: for immediately following spasmodic benefit of its correction: practically de- interested in the cause. which Insures Bemedl'

j Now the glutten, which is als6 a con- ., light. This porous quality ol which, for sanitary l n'no, Dr. E liOn sj and Blight rise the price of silver 0 began Cen eles. Mother-"That's noble. And you Lifo 01 Mother and Child. VMOTHER'S I _.

jstituent of. dough and moist starch, bread enables the stomach to rapidlyand strongly urges for gea-iril ). shoul I write to fall after I the of the act and lie relies for work upon the ventures of intend to give it all to the poor?" .5
to the Royal Biking! Powder : Now pa'gl U 3 J
: .affords' with the latter, an excellent easily digest it, for the gastric( Cnp.L) has since reached tho lowest point ever confhldl' and contented capital.! This Small Son-"Yes'm. Our teacher is FRIEND -:.

; 'nidus for the development of germs of juices quickly soak into and attack i York known. This disappointing result busied failing him, bin condition is without alleviation going to marry a real nice man, and

disease as well as for the yeast germs. from all sides. The fermentation 0! Faulty Teaching. to renewed and persistent effort in tho direction for ho can neither prey on the we all feel so sorry for him we wantsto Bob Confinement of Its

.The germs of cholera, as of typhoid the dough, however, uses up a portion --- of free silver: coinage. misfortunes of others nor hoard his labor. raise money so he can buy a ticket fain,Horror andltisk.Afterotngonobottleof '1

'fever, would, introduced into dough Meanwhile, not only are the evil effects LABOR FEELS IT FlItS Dtber'l Friend"t
of the nutrient elements Street
of the loaf. When one talks or writes about for somewhere and run awny. lufTerml hue little painand experience thatwoaknona
:find favorable conditions for their of tie operation of the present' law constantly One of the greatest statesmen our country afterward usual In such S
very If it be possible, therefore, to producea working butter till all tEe butter: milk A Good JVcww.Crowing Q AQE, .Jan. tbl ca-M
hut the result Smih's Aml LrJo. t
accumulating to iias known than
growth. speaking more fifty
light porous loaf without this destruction is out, it may be set down that such a which its execution Sent b,e rpress. charges prepaid on receipt of
must ineyiailly-leat years ago. when a dor.iu {ement! of the cur- ( Old Plenxtxnlly. price,'l parboiL e.J3ooktofljotliersmailett f(
I I: do not wish to "pose" as an alarmist and without the "kneading"process is not correct either in the .
person Is palpable to all who
becoming give the reii'-y hI1 caused commercial distress, The cheerfule old folks :you can find are 8nWFIELDILEGVLATOI CO., .
: nor am I willing to say there is which fills the dough with theory or practice of butter making. least heed to lilancILI"uhjeets. This law said I : "The very man of all others who those wIse enough to mitigate the infirmities ATLANTA, GA. ,

very much chance of the germs of germs and filth, and without the long This is perhaps a hard thing to say provides that il pijrtuent: 4,500,000') has tIne deepest interest in a sound currency of age with Hosteller's Stomach .ter. the COLD DY AU..PRUGGIST3.

typhus and ol cholera reaching the period during which the raising pro. when it is known that not only editors ounces of silver bullion which the secretary and who s.iffrs lost by mischievous finest tonic in declining year.-, infirmity,

stomachs of the people who eat bread cess goes on, the gain in food and the but instructors in dairy sclooluse of treasury i is commanded tc pin chase legislation iu money matters, is the man delicate heali. and convalescence. I stimulates WHISKYAND

which has been raised with yeast. But gain in the avoidance of the germs is such expressions.? monthly, there shall hi issued treasury wI 1 o cams his daily bread by his daily digestion,renews appetite and sleep,and
I: have the notes redeemable on demand in gold orsilver toi'." insures regular action ottluliver "els.
slightest to doubt anl
cause: exceedingly })laiL The editor of the department Acain malaria, rheumatism a kidney OPIUM :
that other diseases have been and will Butwhile we can easily see the of an dairJ, who i is also rom, at the discretion of the seen- These words are as pertinent now as on complaints i is :reliable sateguard.
be agriculurl tary of the treasury: and that said notes the day they wero uitered: and to
carried about in the bread. dangers which attend the use of yeast school of ought I'
inltructor tw dairy an bo reissued.:: is, however, declared Discount all your own notes before com-
,il may i inipri8iely remind us that failure in CURED
I have met journeymen bakers suf- it is certain that the .
-' efec agricultural college, recently in nn editorial in tlit act to lie "the established policy of th. discharge' <.f our duty at this Limo mencin to discount other people's.Malaria
fering from cutaneous diseases working produced by it on the dough is butter I
the following
on the United
working nset to maintain the two must i specially injure those of our ccuntriueu cured and eradicated from the system .\t jour home without pain niconfinement.?
the dough in the bread trough last degree perfect. It is apparentthat expression : "The Milt mu!t metals on a parity with each other upon I who labor and who because by Brown's Iron Hiters. which enriches 1'iilifiitii'ontimielniiines* while under treat
with naked hands and I Lave we are to substitute other the blood, tones the aids digestion. ment. Whisky niul nil other drills ntoppediniiiuilin'tl
arms. i any be worked iu evenly and thoroughly the present le al ratio or such ratio as maybe ot[ their inimbir condition nt-ries i liecumin not
ali Acts like charm in general ill ) on treiltlent-do
:jxio reason to suppose bakers are less system of bread making we must have and the buttermilk worked out us provided by law." are entitled tint most watchful care of their health, gniiu 1 new energy on pertoiis and 81 renth. necit tliem. N t tieatment jet dm-overed to

liable to cutaneous disease than any one which will give us, first, mechanical much as and ;yet the working This declaration so controls the action ot government. It is of utmost importance funipanwith it., lan: idveni -cial study
postlJl" anil ItractictLi licenses for the past
Don't about he-iveu if conscience .
other men, and know, as every house results equally as good, that is, that must be nt just the right ,the secretary of the treasury as to prevent that such relief as congress can afford( in tells you worry that you dl''lrYt it. your twenty yea; rn, w.th (continued and successful

wife knows, "cMt-raised bread must be will produce minute bubbles ol time or the is injured." his exercising the discretion nominally the i xusting situation bo afforded at once. ini-rvMiu in I'rictice.Vrite for my book S

'Worked a long time. This is carbonic acid throughout the mass grain vested in him, i by such action the parity Tic ulxil. "110 gives twice who givesl1t.C'tlY JO"1 Thil I of cures free.
an ex-
gas The above sound well to
may a person between gold and silver be "We offer One Hundred, ) fot I!.31. OOM.KV, M. II, l>cp'tA.
'ceedingly objectionable thing from the. of ( h. Now it is in no difficult may ( is directly applicable.li : lars Rewa\.l
way not having a }' refusal any ease of Catarrh that cann.t b by Office No. 104Jhitthal Street, Atlanta,Gm. :
standpoint of physician for the to produce carbonic acid 'fctilallmO'II"Igtof Manifestly a by the secretary to in ly bin true that I 111 embarrassments Hall's Catarrh Cure.
gas butter making, initiutlII I pay these treasury notes in gold, I demanded from which: tint business of the country is F. J.CriENEV & Co., Prop,Toledo, O.
'reason that the germs of disease which chemically, but when we are workingat there arc certain t'ar-larkl that givo I would necessarily result in their suffering, ari-e as much: from ev.ls \Vo, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney AN ASTONISHING*
are in the air und dust and on ktair- bread we must use such chemicals apprehended for the hi',t 15 yenr, and believe him perfectly -
the writer Will nt this timo discredit and
away. I depreciation as obligations as from thoso actually honorable in all business transactions TONIC FOR WOMEN.
ways and htraps in street cars, are as are perfectly healhful Fortunately refer to but one of them. ,All the buttermilk I payable only iu silver, and would! destroy .\Ia hope, too, th<*t calm counsels txjtn will and flnanc'ally aMn to carry out any obligation 1vIcILR8WINEOF
e most often collected on the hands. thee are not tho parity between the two metal made by their frm
should be washed out of the I prevail; aI that neither tho capitalists nor WEST & Druggists,Tolello.Uhio ,
'* Any person who has ever kneaded The |evils which attend the yeast. butter while the latter is in the gran- by establishing a discrimination in favorof ihe wage earners will give way to unreasoning TIUAXholesale -

dough understands thc,way in which made bread are obviated by the use ol ular stnte. We say nil and we mean gold. Up to the 15th day of panic and Halritke their property or \YA Lt 1/rnggtats'G. KINVAN,Toledo& Ohio.MARVIN, Wholesale

I the dough cleans' the hands. This a properly made, pure and wholesome nil absolutely. Therefore when an instructor July, 1S93, these notes had been issued in their interests under the I influence of extiggera'.ed HaTs Catarrh Cures is taken internally, acting -

means that any germs which may have baking powder in lieu of )yeast. Bak. in school payment of silver bullion purchases, to the fear directly upon the blood ant mlC"UI surfaces -
a dairy or any one of the 7Sc.
I'ru-e holJ
tem. >T
amount of more than one hundred and sy" I botte.
found a lodging place on the hands of ing powders are composed of an acid clue talks or writes about working it I forty-seven millions of dollars. ELAV: isNtverthIe1cs4 DANOEROU3. by all Druggists. Testimonials !r S

4 the baker before he makes up his and an alkali which, if properly combined out, it shows faulty theory, and as a While all but a very small quantity of every ii ty's delay in re- -We Care- -Raptor--- '

batch of bread are sure to find their should when they unite at once result faulty practice must be in this bullion remains uncoined and without moving one of the plain and principal No matter of how long standing.' Write

; way into the dough, and once there, to destroy themselves and produce carbonic ferred. usefulness in tins treasury, many of the caU t'l of the present !nit', of things enlarges for free treatise, testimonials etc., t S. J.Hollensworth .
find all the conditions for acid A good the m'schief dona mutt in- & do. Ovego, Tioga C. N. Y. tARDUI
baking ----- -- already
necessary gas powder notes given in its purchase have been Price $1; by mail, 8l.\5.
subdivision and growth. This is does its work while the loaf is in A Stl\hJ' of Tiil'on. paid in gold. This is illustrated by thestatement crcas-s the responsibility of tho government : ;

.:, equivalent to saying that wo must rely I the oven, and taxing done it, disap -- that between May 1st 1892, for its existence.Whatever to The make surest way to IK-e'se happy happ yoursl1. is to try :

on heat to kill these germs, because it pears There is a little trick about the t and the fifteenth day of July, 1893, tine else ill pi-op'e' have nr ight to c\lr'lnly h "f

Btatue of Fulton in Statuary that notes of this kind issued in payment for expect from cotigrofs they may cfrlainlydcmand Brown's Iron tpr'cures DysprnMa. Malaria It Strengthen* the Weak Quiets th*
Debifit'. tines
lll that the Biliousness
silver bullion amounted to little legislation cuthl"llntdl'y Inll
few visitors ever see. :Fulton il represented j a more orllt'Llof threu disastrous strength aids Di/p- than fifty-four millions of dollars and that yours experience
The best tonic forursing
l4I d 14 '4 4I with a model of his grent'' during the same period about forty-nine shall! be removed from tine statute books AS Mothers appetite., \call women and children.At Suffering and Cures :

p '4' discovery in his hand. Standing at' millions of dollars were piid by tine> soon as their representatives can legitimately FEMALE DISEASES.
; tho left and at his face' thereis deal with it. the pres-nt time 'the hanks iRk? no note
looking treasury in gold for redemption ot such of time-nor anj'body else. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST ABOUT IT. t

4 rI' the most hopeless kind of nn expression I Dotes. TARIFF REFORM I\ SErTFnER. 1.00 PER BOTTLC. ;

3i : on his fenturefi. Walk slow- j The policy necessarily adopted of paying It was my purposn to summon congress in :.wonderful stomnh corrector--lieceharn's CHATTANOOGA MED. CO., ChattaneegsT.im. :
J 'ji ,.,, ,1," I :r these notes in gold has not spared the gold' Pis. H/eCham's nther251t4.. a box.
'- ly around in front of the figure, and special: session early: in the coming September

,,,' ?' 1 ( 'S'' the changes to one of hope. ;\ reserve of ono hundred millions of dollars that wo might enter promptlyupon If afflicted with coieeyes u-p Dr. 1 sane Thomp
\ The expression further toward the right : long ago set aside by the government firthe tho work of tariff reform which the E\e-wattT.Drnciritl>cellat perbottl ins.Oistreis MEND' YOUR OWN HARNESS ":
; go I redemption of other note. for this true interests of the clearly demand
country -
\ i4F1wf the more hopeful the face becomes '
(r L until at the extreme right it bursts, fund has already been sul ji-ctd to tho payment which so largo a majority of the in the Stomach THOMs

of new obligations i amounting to people, as shown by their suffrages, desire
: suddenly into a look that almost says, about one hundred and fifty million dollars and expect, and! to the accomplishment Heartburn, Sick heads' l

/ )C "I've got it."-h'aic Field's ]1ras-\ i on account'silver purchases, and has as .1 of which every effort of tho present actln-I ache and other ymp- N'sf1'!

: /; in jton. consequence, for the first time since its istration is pledged. But while toms of Dyspepsia

_- J L Solifled Petroleum.) creation, been encroached upon. Wo have form has lost nothing of its immediate and I troubled me for several ,. CLINCH
1 ; thus made and must in the years. Since 1 have been :
t4 r1i --- permanent importance :
---'--_---s No ; Only a hamme
7 t' tot. r.'nrrd dry.i
E---------- t
4'' .. rt',1I' SoJillfiel petroleum fuel is said to THE DEPLETION OF OUIl GOLD EASY, near future engage the attention of congress j taking Hood's Sar- i xnJ elc tul: and qiiic >y, learuig clnc
and have tempted other and appreciative it has seemed toe that tIne financial .i saparilla all this is .. a ''o'ut.l mouldHqulrlng n>> ho e to be 11
; 1l 1 en experimented with success lore I '/: the learhe nor hurr for(Inc Ilvels They are strong. -
_ .- fully. The fuel is composed of COO) nations to add it to their stock. That condition of tInt country should at II changed. Dyspepsia I tonKU and dnrnhlr. : now in 1. A
I tbe opportunity we have offered has not once and before all other subjects be considered trouble no longer bothers Jn"th..uniform.r m..rt.rot np In l>oze..
parts of petroleum to 300 parts of your d.al > them, or tend W been neglected is shown, by, the large by your honorable body.HEUUGEUTIIERKFEALOFTHESHERMANLAW.. me. I do not ha1lllrt *for a box of 100,'auortea .ue. Mau'fd by
melted dissolved soda, 90 parts of I burn and I am free from '
ane amounts of gold which have bceu recently JUDSON L. THOMSON MFG. CO.,

rosin 10 part of concentiated drawn from our treasury and exported! to I II headache. I have gained _ VTAI.TIIA.7I, MASS.
calcium solution. After tho increase the financial strength of foreign earnestly recommend the prompt repeal I in flesh and feel better -- '

Jn D wrraoxn: YEAST_"THE MOST PERFECT OF ALL CONCEIVABLE WAYS or ims- mass has become solid it is cut up in- nations. Tho excess of exports of gold of the provisions of the act passed July 14, I I' ever way." )1 as.J. H.CooK. :f rti nsvihle, M.. o 0

iso IT." to"smnl bricks, which may be used in over its imports for tho year ending I 1890, bullion authorizing, and that the purchase other legislative of silver Hood' PilU are purely Teg table. 23 cents.OtISH. CANCERCUKEI

is almost certain that they will be Bat care is imperative in selectingthe same way as coal or any other June SO, 18'!)3. amounted to more thll I
action may put beyond all doubt, or mistake ) WITHOUT KNIFEOr :
there. Now underdone clouhybread brand of baking powder t j be cer- similar eighty-st-vi and millions of .' TiE
or fuel 1 IlaI 01-1 the intention and the ability of the ( UM of hiLl nfiim', l h- I>111tcrs. -
is a form which every man and tin that it is composed of non-injuri- --- lars; between the : day of July, U! government to fulfill its pecuniary obligations (.nm-rs t"Illci'nol"trlalld. Dr.
Scrambled Eggs. and tho fifteenth day of July, Ih'J.J!, the I' I B. fireeu; '* an.itoriuin.Fort 1'ayne.Ala.
chemicals. Powders containing
has .
woman seen. ous in
universally recognized by
The secret of scrambled is not gold coin and bullion in our treasury decreased money ------- 0
It is belief as old as the hills that alum or those which are compoundedfrom all civilized countries.
a _' _ ....
to bent them before cooking to havea more than while during any 0. louiMe !
underdone bread is ThisI impure ingredients, or those 13OO. [Signed.] GROVER CLEVELAND. we Cn euro tl.om: ati.bstlnato -
unhealhful hot skillet and take them off whilethey the period silver coin and .
lame In S1) toM
has been it which not combined in Executive Mansion, August, 1893. BLOOD POISOM
by '
reputation are proper proportion bullion in the increased more days let h.m vr to forT
the experience of countless genera- or carefully mixed and which are ye soft ; they cook a half than $ treasury A SPECIALTY paitirnlari and inve.tlncateonrreliab .
minute taken which lj.O.Oo. 'I Wasps Are Natural Surgeons. lity. Our
tions, and no careful mother will wish leave either an acid or nn alkali in they are of I Do Not Be Deceivedwith RninilAl Lacking Is
I many cooks do not allow A dash UNLESS GOVERNMENT 1SOND3 I Paste Enamel and Paints which stain the 00000. When
her eat bread that has not bread must not ba m.re.
chidrento useI of lemon juice just they are goingto are to be constantly issued and sod! to replenish -I Wasps, according tea scientific paper, I hand Injure the Iron and burn rent iodide f1.ium ir ,ipirilla or Hot Sprnl f.U.
thoroughly cooked. "The reason It i is well to sound a warningin a are natural A The Rl'lnn Su Strive Polish U Brilliant,Odor pin ran cur&aml our Jla-'lc C the only
the table in a hot dish is an addi our exhausted gold, only to be I SlgeoJ. gentleman becoming I lel Durable. and the consumer pays for no thing that WllCUr permanently. P'J.utire proof leal
given for this recognized unliealthful- this direction or the change from I again exhausted, it is apparent that the annoyed by the persistent buzzing 1 &package with eye purchase. U ,fr. loo J&D Co..Chieago.:111.

has been that the uncooked the objectionable to nn impure I tion. _ _ of :
ness yeast yeast! I operation of the silver purchase law now a wasp about his head, knockedit tine
dough is very difficult to tligest Xo baking powder will be a case of jumping A Forgetful Dog. in force, leads in the direction of the entire down with newspaper. It ... ......,...".... __...."'......,.. R REFRIGERATORS not pay lat (Fret.h&.
onea < set your niorey It. I'
one but a physician would e apt to from the frying pan into the tire. Mamma don't take substitution of silver for tho gold in the through an open window upon the I For I.dl e.ilen. HUlonsnria. KANHAI.I., arrlage Repository, tafk.Orleans.

think of diHase-germs which have not The best baking powder made is, as I -"Why you your government treasury, and that apparently dead. Only apparently, fora .lead.ek...CenaUpUoa 15 ad
j little dog with you when you go walking this must bA !and all disorders ot the Hreatl.. A \! C E R Cured Pennaneiitlf
ben killed during the process of baking shown by analysis, tho "Uoyal. I i followed by the few seconds later a )large wasp flew on
? payment of all government obligations in to the window sill i KMFir. NO IMUMI.N, NO PMsTKIt.
but after
a cause of the.icknsRollowinthe contains absolutely nothing crel\U anl buz7nO iuveRipdlseABUL JXO.Ji. UARR1 .
a 1irl
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Little Dot-"Cause he Jere Ala
quick as gets depreciated At this stage gold and around the :
of uncooked )yea-4 of tartar and seda, refined to a chemical sivr. injured cc nd .
u breld I from home he forgets his man- silver must and the ?by drngtncts or bymajl. BOX ? Sf: > FRPEClrenilarj. .
away rart company government to lick it all ont CURED "r
this result from this cause more than purity, which when combined under began over. After this \(5 Vlsl.5 Fookat'f il %), &, i A C X.Klein.lVll-Tllle.S.. ,
ners and sticks his out before must in its established policy to I '
tongue fai ( have been kind of fr.mpk'.d18 S.-
I probable. I have not tho slightest the influence of heat and moisture I may a massage s I'lso itrmnetly for futarrh Is -
maintain two metals on a parity with the sick RI'A.! .,.... .. 'S
company. ) si-emed .
to revive ." '
doubt that could we trace back some produce carbonic acid gas, and having each other. wasp F.nsst. Easiest to U*. stint f%
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of the of illness which meet done this, cli Its leavenisigstrength I and his friend then dragged him gently nit1t.'I
cases wo "pper. :' COLLEcTon-'Ycl I've come after Given over to exclusive use of 1 currency to the edge, him around the HARD RUBBER
would rind' that has been found superior tc I "
in our we you owe our lirm. greatly depreciated according to the standard body and Hew] away with him. HoM by drusKt'W or sent by .
germ 011 by the baker have other baking powders an 1 .\. far as I Editor-"You shouldn't do it, young of the commercial world, we could TRUSSES fc-di&s0"! M E.T. JIazeltlne'' r oa11 ,

found their way into the yeast bread, know, it is the only'powdervhich will man. You disrupt the alphabetical NO LONGER CLAIM A PLACE AMONG NATIONS Lowr City, 3Io., has a 3740 pound L B.SEELEl t(0.,2 8.11th reul.1 1..Phac- \. >. t........... .......Thj, tTtrer!| '9J- "J

that tbp beat has not beeuVifticjent to Jais !large bread perfectly, !t use order U should never come after Y." i cf the first class, nor could our government -,:

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