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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 25, 1893
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ft VOL: XV. -- STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 25, 1893. 1' NO. 10. _



TFARM, GROVE AND GARDEN.{ J The addition of the phosphate (bone I! FLORIDA NEWS NOTES. J of'the scarcity of money and.file,.alight I THE NEWS IN{ GENERAL. -
black
) and dehiand
potash had little or no ef for phosphate rock at. present STARKE DRUG CO.

fect. This does not indicate that tomatoes it 'a concluded to be a. good time td ,


Merest 1Jf lies' for Florida Fruit and:- and potash do not but require that enough phosphoric of these acid Items of Interest Gathered at Random mak&improvements.Alarge engine for the company is now hoisting on its I Celldellsf4( Iroi Most !important t .AND
: WHOLESALE
Thick Grows / elements of plant food was already in way to Florida and will be put in im n RETAI

the soil. Other experiments made on from All Over the State mediately. The manager of the company ; : AtYices

poorer land showed that the phosphoric states that with the new machinery -.1 .elemD Manufacturing Chemists.Our

I I acid and potash were in the company will have one of the I .
necessary
One of the best of insecticides the addition to nitrate of soda to producea On account of the scarcity of money beet ebuipped plants fo mining and .Aid Presented In Polated and- Reada1 -

f despised toad. It feeds on insects, full eropv | and the small demand for immediate preparing phosphate rock in Florida, 1- ble Paragraphs. stock is the purest and best. Prices'the lowest.
; grubs, snails] etc. In i delivery, the majority of the Florida
and therefore its writing these experiments,. and will be able to turn out a largeamount I _

:presence in every garden and orchard f 880r Yuorhees, who conducted them, I phosphate companies have, ceased operations of high grade phosphate. The We
*hould be encouraged. In London Bays: "The yield of early tomatoes : for the present. About the I steamshIp Golmbia, lef Southampton guarantee our

1;: the usefulness of toads is ,was only foreign demand now i ig for future From all of the stata Friday for Now has on
BO well decidedly increased
the
un I very by parts come
.;::: derstood that delivery in and I I board $1,440,000 in geld American FEVER AND AGUE OUR SPECIFIC
the owners of gardens use of nitrates of soda, both alone and January February. the cheering nsw of the gradually improved houses. CUBE ASTHA

: "buy them for the purpose Of protect- I together with phosphoric acid and condition of the. farmers. It is i -

ing the flowers and vegetables from the potash." There is BO better wine grap than a fact that not oae-tenth perhaps not Advices of Thursday from Wash And everything we make best.Physicians' .-

I' pnailo and insects that prey upon j We have had good success with tomatoes I the scuppernoug and it grows: to perfection : one-twentieth, of imported meat has ington state that the improvement in !

them. Lizards nro useful in the same '! fertilized in the following man j. in some sections of Florida.and i been sold in the stat as formerly.This the condition of Representative Oates,

"way. I ner: Before the plants are Bet out i some day it will be largely cultivated means the hundreds of of Alabama, continues. Prescriptions Carerully Filled Dayor

work into the soil where they are to be 'I,I both for table and wine-making pur- thousands of dollars in the pockets of The Frost Veneer Seating company -

foI Miner' Pruning. planted a handful of mixture of equal poses. This variety; ol grape is a uniform the people, or at least many thousands of Sheboygan, Wis., assigned Thurs Night.

A point in regard to pruning which parts of nitrate of BO Ja and superphosphate prolific" bearer and seldom has au of dollars of debts heretofore eon tract 11 a;}'. The assets are $ OOOOO ; liabilities -

ia commonly overlooked in brought Then when the plants have "lift'J'E'ar.. Ill for meat alone, This will $100,000. The assignee will con- ST E a a FA.

1 cut in the introductory portion of ah utarted to grow scatter about a small times better next.fall, as it will enable tinue the business. A ,

article by A. B. Robin in the A 1l, (m- tablespoonful of nitrate around each : Owing to a strict quarantine against farmers to pay off old debts and pay The Bank AlbanyMo.:: suspended .
lian Field Pensacola business is paralyzed but cash for what need. If there ,
and Fa;'ni. Although the plant. I Ii they Wednesday, owing to inability to

& advantages of nummer pruning are I i -- since the report of Dr. Porter the people h uh be a good crop made, the out- j realize on its loans and securities. ,ovi..of the membranound
Relieves all
generally admitted, it
:early as much attention as it deserves. j According to an interview with A I the situation will be relieved at an "old hard times" will take his flight i t SILO.OOO ; liabilities, $80,000. KINCHN ote.trraUMnt snr injuriou aer. C I Puce.ttrtctur I SoW
.. Owing .to its important i iilfluences 1 member of New Orleans early day. Nearly 3,000 houses in the from our section and state. Gold the 17dl
a fruit firm I to amount of 793,000. BALK ca. .
I city have been inspected thus far andvcrylittle BLOD P..AtIn Sa' '
upon the shape, strength and produc J which appears in an exchange, the } sickness I : pounds was withdrawn from the bank

tiveness of trees, tho practice of bummer Louisiana orange-growers have been found. The of any kind was I Senator Pasco has introduced the ', of England Friday for shipment to the
city was never 1
pruning should form part of the surprisingly backward in their meth so healthy. following bills in the senate : "Defin United States. Sixty thousand poundswas .

ordinay routine of every fruit grower I ods. It is stated that the proprietor A I ing the divisions of the Northern district withdrawn for shipment to Toronto TiE CARK OF INFANTS.
> double is in effect
quarantine between -
in the management of his orchard. By j of a grove which is expected to yield | of Florida and providing for -- -
Fernaiidiua Extra
and Brunswick. Must Exercise Vigilance
; little judicious manipulation with 30,000 boxes of is holding district anti circuit courtstherein' .\other
to
I oranges, going ; The death of Judge Logan J. Chip-
Immediately the
on first in Hot Weather.
: tho finger and thumb during the the aunoltn'emE'nt "for the of officers
{
growing adopt most improved Florida I of yellow fever at the latter ; punishment ., man was announced at Washington BOTANIC.thoroughly
period, the labor of winter pruning methods ia handling his next crop, the and others who shall select per- Thursday morning. This removes one At this season of the year too much .
health
place officer of Fernandiua
is considerably lessened, and and will bring from Florida in Sep Dr. J. Louis sons to serve as jurors in United 1 of the ablest democrats in the country.The ittention cannot be paid to the care of i

.' many: unsightly wounds avoided. If tem cr between fifty and sixty expert Horsey telegraphed the States courts with reference to their house adjourned at 2 o'clock as a the little ones who are so susceptible to BLOOD'-BALM. :
of the
': management Savannah, Florida. the influences of hot and
summer pruning is at- pickers and A political affiliations and who pernicous.
systematically packers. ,
striking con- and Western shal mark of respect.
railway that from Dr. J. F. Whit-
::=: tended to from the first, the trees are trast is presented in the descriptions no one conspire to draw or summons jurors "mutrgy" says I tested Remedy
Brunswick would be allowed to cross Chicago banks received $625,000 in tnyer, in the New York World. The {
kept entirely within control of the Florida with view to their FOR ALL .
our find given method of getting a political, .
the state line. for such attention becomesunite
gold on import necessity
can easily be trained in any form we the fruit to market and of that which I religious or partisan opinions;" also Wecnesday, metal engagements con- when -one considers the j BLOOD and SKiN : '
apparent
please. has bills-for the of Salvador Costa I. yelow w1 DSESE.
been
practiced in Louisiana and ,
rele all fatal affections ,
Nassau county l still continues to receive tinue to arrive as as York fact that of occurring This standard
r The common custom of the latter is described follows I' for the the estate of Sally t and not found reml7
deferring as : the first of life nearly forty j : yea
.- the benefits from her exhibit at the sells at a discount which will permitof during year J an emiPem piiyMcian. wbw bos 1
whole of the pruning operations Heretofore the manner of handling world's Sterrett Tate, and for the relief of cent..are diseases of the digestive .w 1th rertnip ana anva1lu'sacceM for
fair. Mr. G. A. Latham the movement. per
:: until winter, is open to many object fruit in Louisiana been as follows: I few days made a William H. Atkins, formerly a com- organs, while about twenty per cent. are I I diacaaes-for alls to beni>lit from ttae adl. It

ions. The energies of a tree are The fruit was pulled from the trees, ago, a shipment of mipsary sergeant in the United States The Standard Wagon Company, at diseases of the organs of respiaton. Of quickly O"VI and effectually driving ou 40.i
cigars to Chicago, a result of disease terms (rota tbe Bystf
samples Cincinnati of
L 'Wasted in the production of lot the bill one the largest concernsof the first mentioned : medium liver and kidneys
a of men calling it "breaking fruit, ormy; 0 making an appropriationfor ton of tbe akin
superfluous wood, while the necessary but often, instead of breaking the placed Mr. S. on Carrio exhibition has also at the big fair. the improvement of the toad to the kind in the west, made an assign and cholera iafantum constitute_the great without. It U nat any tbe unpleasant result of or litnoranc-Injuriouseffects.

; _or permanent parts bein deprived of stem, they pulled the stem out of the an order from the national cemetery near Peh9coI8J ment Thursday morning to Grant majority of cases. or superstition but it la founded knowledc upon
Chicago. These two factories havereceived common sense and a tborongh
the sap which has been bpent in the orange, injuring the keeping and car- and one for the completion of the Burroughs for the benefit of creditors. I The i au es of summer complaints can of modern medical scent. I effcctnallypurifies
orders
formation of all of this useless wood, ing quality of the fruit at the start. the for 20,000 cigars duri ng Pensacola public building; a bill for Tight money market is given as the invariably be traced to one or two factors to and the'sulerer.Ue a general and brinnbMoltb tonic

areawakened. The past week. the erection of cause of the failure. -atmospheric or dietetic It Is without a In lu anaiystsof
The at
tendency of vigorous oranges were then dumped on the a public building it is U Is al01atlly
.; and bhy-bearincf trees to make ground out of bags or into baskets. Tampa and one granting a pension to ,, The Olivet Iron and Steel Company When caused by the atmosphere bNlh.glvlnpropl'nlea cmparl.n any
Mr. R. L. for all
is moisturewhich It Uapanace*
Demilly of Leoncounty1s of olnrad
one
I due to the
excessive wood growth is encouraged A mule cart removed the oranges, Aaron Iliel. of Suwanee county. at PittsburgjOne of the largest steel concerns large percentage Ills resulting from Impure and impoverished

:: rather than cheeked by hand winter which were thrown into the cart in he has successful farmers. This year ;I in the country, went into the jt contains. This prevnt. tbe cares Herofnln blood-the,I'Ioer current-of Etzema.life; quickly Skin .
of the
I ft
pruning, their efforts being bulk. The cart was then driven to some twenty-nine plows and I'loriila'a Crop Itoport. hands of a receiver Thursday. The proper; evaporation perpiratodfrvl D. ad KmptMnCatarrh.. .
concentrated -
that he has the best that ho I I ; the skin, which in causes a r. Kiduey SUMS
in I says crop Monthly reports received at the state stock is the indebt- l..1 L Weak
the the river capital $1,600,000
replacing wood that. bank, remaining there often has had in the past five His ,. sour stomach and the usual consequences Dlf1 D..Fem,
:. hs been removed years. bureau of agriculture are to the effect edness is $700,000. The De -
five em-
six
consequently they or days exposed to all kinds of : crop is made and the labor paid for company so familiar to mothers who live in a
remain barren for many years. weather. They were then put into [ and he has that an immense corn crop has been i I ploys 4,000 men. densely populated neighborhood. INVESTIGATE FOR,YOURSELF. .
corn, oats and other Wit
: Stone fruits are often injured to baskets again, carried on board the ducts to sell. He has hogs sufficient pro- made in Florida this year. In many A freight engine east bound, on the proper precautions many cases of Send for oar free Hook with of Vaa8etrota
: toltbe .
counties there is old
i: some extent by severe amputation luggers and dumped from baskets into I for next corn sufficient to Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern mer complaint could be prevented. cte o! remarkablecures
-
year's meat, in the from the simplest the most virulent -
during winter, us the wounds do not the hold of the luggers in bulk. The bank and money last until November. From the same railroad, blew up near Rockabil, 0., During the hot weather very young disease, after all known remedIes '
:, heal as rapidly when the the New "hog antihominy" at home. source it is learned that the Florida children should be bathed 'night and bad failed. The'.certificates testify with
sap is in mo- lugger brought oranges to j Friday night, instantly killing Engineer I no uncertain sound. BothniaBlood.;

:: tion, and afford a harbor for innumerable Orleans, where they were sold to dealers State Health Officer Porter oat erop is almost unprecedented. Tho Basim, Firemen Robert andBrakeman morning and sponged several times a.; Balm Is the bel.Ch"sfes tbl qntcke,,r.,. '
has
ft.t germs of disease. A considerable or packers. The purchaser would it has
.4 amount of cutting back in winter is end his wagon to the landing, the '! and been Jeterminei also encouraging, for both long and torn up by the force of the explosion. ninety degreesThe cooling efec.of FJceLO per bottle; 15.00 for i foui..
often by himsel tb -experts ma- short staple. The long cotton belt thu seems to be greater and lJtng druggists not,Itnc us '
lae
fruit thrown into baskets and from'
necessary, especially as was
regards A fire Atlantic
at
hospital service, after a careful embraces fifteen counties in some of City Thursday than when cold water used. By Address BLOOD BALM,CO.A snts, Gs. '
,
very young trees, and those that are there dumped into the wagon. The j I morning destroyed the hall the i .
investigation,that the dtath of Kev. F. city small of soda I Im -
which the storm quantity baking
inclined to overbear; but, in any case, wagons jolted the oranges over stone ; C. Waite was not crop was injured by I I grand opera house and a portion of I soling" heat which is a'great ;
by yellow prickly ,
COilSla the 15th June ;
on of but from this it
>t will be found ,
profitable to devote as pavements to the'store, where they i i the train shed of the I little -
I' fever. The guards have been removed has Pennsylvania source of annoyance to the -
recovered and is estimated
I
at 108.
:-. much time as can be spared during the were put into barrels and dumped on from around the Waite residence. The The short i.I railroad. The loss is estimated at ones, can usually be prevented.A Danger- Ia. los ot Bites. :
belt
summer months to the suppression of the store floor into piles. The wrappers I investigation in the case of little Ellen sixteen counties.staple cotton A covers I $75,000, with n.t over $5,000 insurance. bath thermometer, should always bus ,

-.M-\ ," wood growth where it is not required. then wrapped the fruit, and threwit I is still being larger area of.. The fire is supposed to be of jJ, as the temperature of the water The of in.
I Wools 1'lshel1 this belt the June storm, cases severe poisoning bj
; into baskets which were carried toI fufl'rellrom determined with the
; incendiary origin. cannot be .
f' : actually sect bites which have in Wash'ngton
causing ( to the appeared
"Hprnviiiff OrrbnriU In New York. who the in I damage I
packers placed
oranges The Florida Central and Peninsula The steamer Lahu which arrived at hand. : "
lately are decidedly mysterious
tl :Mr. W. T. Mann, one of the best boxes. Shipping the fruit necessitated : bottom crop, but i has regained feV'I I When possible children under two ,
railroad officials have taken the mat- and is New York Thursday night, brought lid a Government cntomolog: to a,
: known of New York fruit era points now rated at 106. I should to the
growerstells another rde! to of be sent
;t. in American Gardening how he the railroad over rough pavements ter of laying the rails of the Savannah The worm is reported in one short i 672,0;;pounds of gold from South- years and kept age there until October. country 3tar reporter. "There is a kind of fly,
sprays cars.
extension into their hands.E. hampton and 1,017,500 franci from jcarcely distinguishable from the com-
his orchards. The same method is All this accounts for the kE't'pillg own staple county, but has wrought no in- Many of the "dieletie"ises: can be prevented
poor E. Johnson & Co. western firm 57,570 to the OQon house fly, which infests stables!
practiced by many of the of Louisiana The a jury thus far. There are complaint Pars; pounds consigned by the observance of such simple I
orange grow- quality oranges. l sites as the musca domestica never
had the contract for the rails Bank of Commerce is in doe
ers of Florida. Mr. :Mann: "[ fruit ruined before it laying I of rust, but no serious damage apprehended ; precautions as regularity in time and
says: was was packed j ft is : to conceive that its bitemight
between Hart's road and Savannah transit to the Bank of Nova Scotia, of easy
that
use a Phillips sprayer, which consists in boxes. With the new method the !! I on score. I quantity of each feeding. Nursing t be dangerous under certain conditions.For .
4 but it seems they were not ina In Middle Chicago.A avoid such articles of
Florida should
moving the weather has mothers I
of
a in tank j'
pump a 100-gallon supported oranges will only be picked in bright example, suppose that it should bite
j : on two wheels and drawn andolerated dry weather and after the sun has'dried manner to satisfy the Florida Cen-I hel'l stormy for the past two weeks. I dispatch of Friday Bays: Th imported diet as crabs, lobster, cams and codfish, ] I horse that was diseased with slanders,

by n team. The liquid is the dew in the morning. Heretofore tril and Peninsular people that the I G ton is looking wel and blooming .i negro miners at the Central as they are frequently of hires. tad tht immediately afterward it should

: stirred by paddles, which work when- I fruit wis often pulled from trees '! work would be completed in time.A I lull fruiting freely. The increase in Coal Company's shaft near Weir City, Under no circumstances should the nursing hot- a human being. The latter might

r- ever the pump tlO( It is necessary, while it was raining. The result of acreage is placed] at thirty per cent, I Kan., who recently took the places of children be weaned during liableto :asily contract the complaint, which ia
it renders them
:3ft however large fish commonly known as the which will largely increase the the strikers, have demanded an in- summer months,as beings one of the
to return the into the yield.
liquid all this old style rough handling of j II attack of whichin !Unax i most.hr
"whale killer from its habit of at- .in summer complaint, .
of six cents ton ible known.
t-; tank from the nozzle while driving the was that it was almost impossible Th > minimum yield is estimated 48J J crease wages o per is serious. A
: first three or four rods, with the machine oranges to sell Louisiana fruit as such, tacking that fish and prej'ing upon it, I 000( bales. If the seasons and conditions yearly scale, and propose to strike i such cases always very of "Though for some time it was disputed -
fact that seldom
by
was washed ashore at the i thought many the house has come
Daytona SepternI their demand is refused. ordinary fly to
continue favorable until
Ii.}
in i
.", gear, in order that the mixture and many pickers were obliged to I that a child can be thirsty
:W-:" may be complete before applying I brand it Florida. in order to make it beach a few dayp ago. It has a weapon her 10, the maximum yield may I A bill to foreclose a mortgage of mother without necessarily being hungry at the j wel recogniztd as an agent for .coo

ifr; the bpray. A graduating nozzle on a sell at all. I!; somewhat after the manner of 0 reach 55,000 bales. No trouble is apprehended j $1,446.68 was filed in Chicago, Friday, same time. They therefore compel it to ,he diseaes The some i alleged of to

; !i', hose ten or twelve feet long, which is I i sword-fish oval instead, but the weapon is round in regard to moving thecr01) against the company owing the John eat in order to satisfy its thirt. An occasional :fellow mosquito fever, but, particularly the charge_has respect not been
of
or flat. It
i :i/: firmly tied to a pole of from four to The Story of an Inkstand. i| being was Brown fort,which was recently brought drink of water instead of food roved. Doubtless other insects help to
I iI yet alive when found but had been ?
; ; ,' I wounded, probably by a shark. Its I A 1canon for Florida. j spread patients
-.1 ;' Cl1m tllnce(>, is arrange to throw a An inkstand, curiously fashioned of I, | the Wort's Fair. The bi alleges of the much-dreaded summer,com -,treated lately in the hospitals for
:; weight was about 150 and That Pensacola made and :
: e". hpray. The operator bits on a seat at I wood, and wrought into the shape of an pounds i I a grave that has een a failure, plaint When there is the,least ground ,iupppsed fly bitts'are so positive In_their
ih was nine feet long.J. most disastrous mistake when her that the water contaminated '
the rear of the machine when there is ear of corn, is exhibited as a gift pre I and a receiver for the company is de supposing I .:testimony as to the-* cause of the trouble
., I health officials and the : when im-
<.- sufficient room to handle the pole sented many years ago to Mrs. Lincoln, county physi- manded. with disease germs, that there seems to be reason for
ii ; N. : United States attorney cians attending the two of sick- t it should be boiled be-: n
cases thoroughly
r freely, otherwise he alks. In the at the time when her husband first ascended Stripling The New York Herald's pure, ioubtiog that iomO.sCrt of fly was reiponsible. -
apple '
for distrcit of Florida ness in question failed to Stato correpon- fore using. .
i the of the at Washington Xorthpr notify I .
orchards drhv steps Capitol one'"ruck
each i dent
? we on side of in La Paz writes that there is
has He Health Officer Porter the instant n When a child U taken _with an attack
' Presi- telegraphed '
, each row, and afterwards cross the in his official capacity as rsignt1 very serious crisis in Bolivia on account of 3rfver saw the ty"bite.his handwhich
United States. The likeness President his as that they became suspicious, the sub- of summer complaint and a doctor is not after.
dent of the iwellcd It
Clfyean& resignation greatly -
t rows, and by a skillful e of the pole the fall in the price of silver. Mine
> should be
at hand dose of castor oil
!. able to an ear of corn is almost perfect, a split follows: hereby tender my resig- I sequent events offer proof in abund- I would most desirable to out jasc
are to reach b fn
of the to
every part lengthwise revealing the ink-wells, &o. : nation as Unitt't States attorney for ance. If they had complied with thelathat owners are threatening stop opera- given at once and followed in two or what species did the .
trees. In the orchards tions. In order to this the
r pear once over Tins inkstand was highly prized by Mrs. i the of Florida. :I I is, with the state board's prevent three hours by a teaspoonful of compoundchalk "There is plenty of room for mistakesin .

: the ground ib sufficient. By this method Lincoln, coming, as it did, from prominent time has t>sph'pIlutHl to continue )longer ( regulations, which are practically government will ask congress to auth- mixture, which dose may be repeated such matters. People often wake up

:: two menone to drive and the other citizens of Illinois, who intended it would profitable employ statutes-there would have been no orize the collection of import dutiesin ever hour or.two until the ym'toms with swellings on their faces or other

!,it, to handle the hose, can easily apply as significant of the Corn State." Mrs. I ment.Vill pre\fiit thank von to accept by i, apprehension, no panic, no exodus, no gold hereafter and to rem&v the. ceae. I parts of their bodies, which arc'supposed

"- 1,000 gallons in ten hours, including Lincoln, be it remembered, was as wire and instruct E. P. A\ti llas.i".tuntUnitod '"restriction on travel, no suffering refugees existing export duties on silver. USE or tne lew novel ideas mat nave to b due to spider bites. It ia true that

the filling of the tank. beautiful in her younger days as her husband : States attorney at this place, no paralysis of business no come to light a the result of the recentadvertisement all spiders are poisonous. Nevertheless,
It not be A for plans for a submarine I believe that most of these bites iriflicted
was homely. may generally to take charge of the office until I the disturbance of normal conditions Squirrel Adopted by a Cat. are .
known that baforo their marriage: I' naval boat involves the construction of a by an insect nearly related to
Mtrnte at !"a In. for Tomatoes.r appointment of successor." whatever. If, upon thearrival, of Dr. J I
to duel because my craft that can be sunk by admitting a the which is ,often found ia
; The Florida Agriculturist t quotes Lincoln was challenged a Porter, he was unable at once to George Bystle! possesses a pet gray be bug,
of certain sarcastic letters published in squirrel which is being in a rather limited quantity of water, and will then Its bite very irritating.
Harris i
Joseph There is determine whether raisec
as baying not the
: an The dredge work in tin St. Johns or around the bottom of the
,: the and written by Miss curious run on ocean [Washington Star.
newspapers manner. out hunting
old established idea that manure is injurious river to date tho Jacksonville patients had yellow fever, they Whie
::. Todd, who was then affianced to Lincoln. | up sn\n ; George shot the old squirrel nearits nest, on wheels. The inventor thinks that his
rather than beneficial to toma- could have both been isolated
!;. The butt of the sarcasm-a law'ernameJ J/trooJ has he(1 coutnupt 'and on climbing the tree found the nest boat can move more directly in a straight tall men and short pen a
l toes. "Manure makes them run too Cut and : from the public prior to than boat deflection DlSCtH1G
to to
: Shields-was very much incensed by the Wl,17i cubic thei occupied by a baby squirrel of tender path a subject writer Boston Transcript saysc
.
.
: much to vine," as an old gardener letters, and it was only through the intervention yards have been removed. The death, and a reassuring word age, which he carried home. by currents and waves, and therefore "It is an interesting study by the way,

,* : .' would say.; As a matter of fact there of friends on the duelling- channel has bttl compll.ttt for full state health officer would have kept The family cat had just increased the .clam for her the ability to pick her to see a handsome man.,of verj.great

'..S5\......".-- : is Bunio truth in this idea. Ordinary ground that a tragedy was prevented. width for ii distance 5,583: feet, and the public easy in mind. Then, i the feline population of the State, .and with accuracy beneath the iron height enter the company of a miscellaneous .

: I! farm-yard manure is found to keep I Lincoln, who had refused to let it become the cut has hel its own up to date. : disease was not yellow fever, an-I George took one of them away-putting clad she wishes t destroy. He has made lot of men,such aa one wi'find'

the plants growing vigorously until known that: Iiss Todd was the author c(-the There has leel no shoaling, except on I nouncemtnt of this would have the orphan s'llire ir its place. The provision for reaching the surface when at a club sometimes, or a '

' :: '.'. late in the season, at the expense of I articles, afterward had misgivings as to 'I the west side of range No. 2, where taken as the truth, and the whole squirrel took fancy to the cat,'and the desired by means of a'set of pump to where the guests are conversing and, not

>" the production of early fruit. This i his feelings for the lady, and at the hour the cutting was very deep, and a falling thing would have dropped out of pub I 'cat immediately adopted the squirrel, expel inenana the water man admitted named to tioDDins the nas yet at table, or under other circumstanCeswhere ,

*: is largely due to the fact that tho ni appointed for his wedding failed to ap. in from the side was to be expected. lic notice at once ; i in his judgmentthe sucking and caring for it as tenderly as .invented a voting machine which is said the newly arrived giant will naturally .

!- the is The minister and guests withdrew -,! disease fever he if it had been her own 'off,spring. The from one to another,
trogen! manure not available! I pear. This was allowed for by dredgingto was yellow would I to be more simple and,taccu rate than any pass onver
, i-; until it has been conveyed into nitric I the bride put off her gown and it a width of 220 feet, so that a channel have so announced it, and asked the I i' kittens and their bush -taied brotherare similar machine. ing. It is the invariable rule, so- laThe ai

> acid. Thus the tomato plants have J was months before she ever saw her hus- 200 feet wide has been retained. populace to calmly await further developments growing fast and getting along thus describes"Te: "IndianaplsNews" Listener has observed,.that the rnett'.
;: :. band-elect again, but they were finally I famously together. [Shasta (Cal.) of middle size treat the big man witH
little
nitrogen to grow on early in the or go at their pleasure I are printed on one continuous roll, which ., '
This inkstand claims additional Courier. while th.
season so that their growth is retarded I united. One of our exchanges rem irks: For in which event not one out of a hundred .i locked in I. the machine. Beneath a deference and admiration,

'_. until the supply of nitric acid is increased value from having been intended as a over 150 miles up and down our coast, would in all probability have glass-covered table the ticket passes from little men shy away from hi or affect
long afterwaid it was THAT the earth's motion has an not him. The men naturally
wedding present to
: ; when it is too late to producea i ; in fact from the north end of Dade been panic-stricken ; the unfortunate appreciable this roll to another.roll fitted into a see
then Mrs. .I will
the deflecting
fire which
to they
formally presented lady, effect artillery avoid the from
and the "rnn'to vines." : Monroe I dash between physicians and the I upon ballot-box. The glass cover is divided contrat
crop, plants to the borders of over
\ Lincoln.-[Blue and Gray. county pub the projectile from a straight course, suffer, or. fancy that bysh9wlngadmirton
It has been found by experiments 'I the Keys, more than 200 miles, two lie would have been averted, and may be news to many, and as such would I into four sections, and between each they be thought to b

.,:-- made at the New Jersey experiment' Alaska at the Fa'r. I doctors op.silj do the practice and have I city would have been saved the humiliate probably seem a novel notion.. It has, section is a'row of keys similar to thetypewriter. a big-wi man because.he is .

f :: station for three yen*, that nitrate of i i plenty of time to devote to other I 11 of appearing to be "rattled" and the exact nature and extent of the The upper key ia larger, The men of a'criigeheighfon the other -

}:i' .' ., soda applied when the plants are Fet ; In the gallery of the Government '! things. Then another thing to be remembered where no cause for it exists.-Times- ., effect is an important point of study and when i is called this is the struck straight it ticket locks the key other, and bane are acting perfectly instinctively 11;

'1"x)t'' out, greatly increased their growth I I Building at the World's Fair 'is the in this connection is that Union. _ _ I I with artillery expert. An English army keys thus preventing mistakes." is still a natul foi men to admirea
in the ,
" ." early season and produced a (I|I Alaskan! exhibit, where are shown samj j around the lake are hundreds of me- India Becoming::Alarmed. i I expert told the"result of many interesting A KOVEL contrivance to restrain runaway man of great and noble stiture a it is

,' much larger crop.of early ripe,fruit pies of minerals," wares, and household chanics and laborers, white and black, According *. Friday's dispatches the experiments along this line ina and pulling horses has recently been for animas to show deferencetoward a.
i.
either
than barn-yard manure, "phos-1 read before the Royal Artillery ir kind. spectacle of thoa
'II the natives. in climate .
utensils manufactured by iho have never been a tropical chamber of commerce of Bombay, India paper patented. The inventors claim <
( gant
. phates, or no manure at all. I Institution the other from t
Firing
Samples: of grain are a revelation aa to before; yet they rarely get sick, and the India Currency association day. when in operation, it will bring to takes us through cviztion-.

t.'L.. In,the experiments conducted by the the richness of t e'soil in parts of this and so far none have been.,severely ill._ have sent protests to the marquis north to south there is a divergence of immediat standstill the most powerful which 1 pygmy j'encty.a wel 'a
I
: 1 the left due to the earth's times,
; New'Jersey station to
the .
: .. experiment on far-away corner of the United States. almost unknown, and such : projectiles refractory horse. It ia fixed under dicty'back
Chills of
-0 farm of M. J. M. Gill it was found The niost attractive' features: of the exhibit are stroke was of Landsd wne, viceroy ,India, rotation, and firing due north the diver the box teat the buckled end of the or the cave *. In a wny'the-

a sun never the sale of India council ,
; a thing against is to the The extent of the"pull" in another it is
: that' 160 pounds of nitrate of soda are the distinctively Alaskan wares, 1 a bit gence right. reins being passed thing is impressive; very
known to occur here. at a price under Is. 4d. They state varies at different on the through a aperture after all 'so'
points Jlen'a are
costing 4 made increase inthe skill ways U'
an which reveal an unexpected among for the and- the driver 'while funny. .
,
purpose
; J: value of 'the'crop of 92.03 per'acre these people. Their carving ,in ivory, i The Marion Phosphate Company of I bills the action at less of than the sixteen council in selling has earth's surface, and with and projectiles.firedat In guiding the animal with hi left hand, tremelv $musmnf- -!"- --"--._._, .

over unfertilized_ land and 82.37 horn and wood is shown by many sam- : pence different speeds can with his-right if need instantlyraise .
Savannah work in its mines at I demoralized trade and is causing immense deflection of five. inches is "The City of Lubeok Germany, i preparing
England a
e? over the land where 20 tons of barn- pIes, and there are many pieces of metalwork stop the machine, and by a, revolving to celebrate .its
which show much ingenuity.- Dunnellon, Fla., for five or SIX weeks loss to the commercial jpterests found to occur with the projectile of a12run putting th year 7.Ot
yard manures 'Qsing$3o\ was 'used. process in motion tighten. th.g l .
i machinery. On acotut of the e 4OQQ yard range. .
to in new !
put country.
" [Scientific American.__... reins {o any extent re uireo).

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HODGES
TOI thoroagh.it is nade' the betterj lbs.nuala flteuqee of tbFiNid* j

: PUBLISHED EVEBT FEIPAT'AT "it. will be hua; .e. trsl and 'Pnrtnsnfar::B ilwjraid. : I"- Notice' of ''Attachment.Is ,

Z : 4\nJ BJU. FOJW OOcnT.FLOJaD t suspensions OOQtiDq -d avenge new oadrr the direct snpervMoc of V Is hereby; girea to ,A, W.Xkhofa and I

4 % of about 150 A day. At the close ...' all Ofbrt" penocs: Icterestsd that the White -DEALERS IK-
T.LZmEZWL. .6. P.PIt. ( I offlcUls in charge of Ib*.building of
of business Sevioff 3L ri in* Cci=4!. cerjoratiea, ta
4; 3hT rA134T7t i Saturday the total number roads As announced it JIM been i- ;
:
: :: coauaetcsil i..L W. Xichcj in the
a suit *? ? ,
:. editor, and Publisher) I of pensioners who hare been from the contractors on".account of I rcnit Coun Jbr Bradford ccoaty. FJorila, by ,

: lvi.nended wa,254.Thriportofof Cat athiag the of sail Xichola rtinatojn Goods
fact thai they werejdoiog it too property Dry
:*tufmtend-*. .." 1.00 A. '.yo. 1 I a bill from the For crvrMl days'lbf-re las Un no said '-? for!&<- pcrpoe of coHectin th* ,

:J se uate committee on finance for the sum cf Oe hundred acd forty four dc-Hirs doe
Uw l"btbJ ft* aKtarte, fla at unconditional laying at ail. Tusjlay i! was : tl rte \7bite Sara< il=cblae C.3ipaty from .
of the
i* *mattn.Starkc. repeal purchasing in earnt'. and there ia tut doubt bal &M X7.. Xicboi aDo i the said A. W. Xicbofe Boots Shoes
? clause
; of the Sherman law
pot it will Le pushed forw&rJ as rapidly and all otter ptrs-- inttT>- t" are notified to
; FJii August gfl. 1893.COJTGBESS a top to the iill!!) talk, about that potsible. a >f.j-to said action on H--waJxy. yovera'ier fill.3S3. I ,

committee intentionally delaying a __ __ 1 TEZ VTHITE aewiSG Mjicaner Co.Acg .

; is still! making speeches, report on the bilL The 4Cov.-Ut
minority Mr. II. J. Slayrrs. of Oakboa. ) and Hats.

4 ( while the country; is going to the of the committee reported a substitute sa).s : "1 hare sold thirttea lie: Masters Sale.

detnnition bow wows bill, providing for the free Chamberlain's Cough Remedy todav
so they say. of am literally sold out. This is the TTSr-EE aid by virtue ra Vcre* cf fore-
coinage silver
at a ratio of 20 to 1. '
-I
kale on record of any one prepaniioo iki"nre acd sole duly znade and ecterwl HEADQUARTERS FOU1ENPS' -
.I PBESIDEST CLEVELAND U the The bill authorizing theatiooa1 a day over our counters. It -gire July 11th l1u aa-J by the Crcuit Court hJalkiol

; father of a fine boy. Donbtle banks to increase their circulation U: lest sitit'f action of any cough Circuit, ftate cf Florida ia aed for -

having many amendment offered to, we banole. and as A teller it leads Lrad/urd coocty. in a tertaia cause in chaeeery

.; Baby Ruth would like to "turn the it in the senate. One of them, by other preparations on the market.. therein pending --wherein Jennie Heg-jmnn audX. 1t FURNI3HINGI

: Taca1ouL" 31 r. Bailer, of S. C., is for the epeal '. sale by Ss"rke Drug Ompnuy.Fcur : D. .:. ber husb&d.are coapLiicaiiUsand
: LOUIS D. VAKOCRVEBE Miry Hopluas and Tfcocris Hopkins her

.. Wnzi the fioancial- is of the tax on state bank currency I I is my vas il 1; when ,I tt tU bed kaen teslaao KCS la 2iii>>and. are ck o:. I Till sell to the highest -
panic
will flow ot'ermoney and it Li reported thai one will be I j jofierwl flies; a hundred limes in life a : of e ged 3zigtreet CA door bidder ia the tor town cash of in Starve front of ia the said court comity house of: Call Street, .
and -
it i i"
freely, providing for free coinageat die*.Marston. NERVOUS Bradford, on September 4th. 1J3. the sac

believed that we thall have the roo>t 20 to I, in order to test the sentiment SLEEPLESSNESS b sale*ili day.the first Monday in said month and a legal
during the hours
PROSTRATION. k-gal of sate on said
prosperouii winter of year of the senate. COLP WATER Ala.. March 11. '" day all the following piece, pared or lot of land STARXEFLORID..A.- '
... 3Iy limo child bad JTO .Xedfcwl c. !A.r(.XiwZ.Gentieoea situate and beuig'in the county of Bradford and: .
State of Floriua and descntcd
u follows The
( Ko NEW 9ase of yellow fever LAKE BUTLER DOTS. drop'y for t JTO years. We Lad tried : : I take pJeaore la bsforrrfas you : southwest quarter of the >outb.st quarter: of

L. liOns remedies and the most I TerJ 01 be.A1&1 r1&'b haTefolioW'ed section twenty-o (21). to*nihip six (C), south C. SPARKMAN & CO.
we Oa. Mitts AEnOIUTlWC NEIIW..E M.
l hare developed in Florida, and wear llr. D. F. McDonald wa called to physicians in the country but to uo b..Mofmy1ta1wIIe. YorayzLas of rang twenty.fffa t..Si tvast. containing forty ,
acre kss.
now 'crat' of danger. Two new Georgia oDl.de.r Ixtt week to see bit iickLaby. We n-commend the u.c of :1. J- and 10 a cpper c-tn pin cf tbo tt the etintl base eocd.of the I ing fi>r raore tit!'..or Temu id.-h JJLXES purchaser T. Wnxs.pay ..
13i :
Liver rtgulaUT and she ia Aug. 4. si-t
nuw us riU Kaster.
cd tp .
led flesh was greatly
l UU declination be
Upon reaching .
habeen
case reported from as any child. I R E D.tumbled with 1Ieer

: Binnswick Ga., and the town has, found his wife and baby both quite sick. T. P. W. nROO S. 31. .- to.Your My eue 5errtDe bad been wai ao hiahl1iec2 00I Master's Sale. i HIGB GRADE -E-LISFcIEES I

l His great confidence ID Lake Butler a* a I For further information call ... that I had no coo&ienc* la the eficary of purJuaace of a decree rendered by the .
>een depopulated. natural health restorer caused him to relena Drug Company and get a ropy of (. Yet u a last reaort I consented to IX lion. R. ). Call. jade of the 4th Judicial L RYE WHISKEY..52 CO to. $.S VO fr* GaL.
is triaL Uoeh to my mrpnw.I experienced. Circuit of the state of honda the 1st of COR\ ..... SCO .o'
home with his rick family) imnae.tiifctely. Joseph's Four te&sr.rihn lISc. M J benefit: my aleepleasaev chs&Nured Auru-t A. !>.. 1*3. in a certain on day i GX8. .. .'.... .... ..... 2W 250. .- I
To cause Utely
JUDGE from the way the capitalist 1I"M ed;: m.1a pending in the circuit court of Bradford RrJ/._.......... .... .... ._..2(1 2OMAPPLE .
and we are glad to report hem L People teiuoin improve when they said statejwberein Arthur D. .McRae was county complainant SSAXDYPEACH ........ ... ...._. : W 300.
; 4 -. are squeezing the country convalescent.Locate no other model hut themselves to THOUSANDS in chancery ai.4 Wm. U. Gtee'De&Ii _. ...... 2300" "

one would naturally come to the at I/ike Butler if you want to J I after.-Goldsmith. TWIIITY POUMOk. ALL THIS OCCWBUCB defeudact.named in taid the decree undersuroed will on as the Special 4th Master day of PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO ALL ORDERS. JUC TRADE A SPECIALTY. ;

conclusion that LCAMMCB AND WCLL OWN Mr''IICla". S rpteniber. A. Ii.. 1853, within the hours prescribed __ _
they arc health.Jin. tak&f
dreadfully, enjoy good raiico. Hy wife n Uve Kerrloe wl(& for I legal sales an:1 such day being a
I passionately, distractedly in love J. J. Jones U spending the sum. JA,1U.lS. S. C.. Sept. 2. tea uresua Levis I>. \.uPUTQL kgaJ s&lr day in front of the court house dour rLORIDf\
in the town of Siarke, said Bradford 8TJRfKE *l *
Since the know I St. county
people keep ,
Sold on a FoiUT Gurnt.
roer with relatives in Ute moant&izu of
offer for
with it. sale to the .
; They murt at least be htgUt and best bidierforC4
lit lief have taken it
eph's Quick they
Southwest MILES' PI LLS.50 Dos C825CT*. 'b UKfo'.lmsng: dt-scr.bea real estate rut:
and
writes back of r
Virginia out but boltki} and that I Lot tbrtv in bluck
Awfully "stuck" on it'n size. one one ( > SkrTta (D of Uaskins ad-li-
the many luxuries she is enjoying up sell until I get in seme more for I I &' by STARKE DRUG CO. tion to-Ssartr., Flori-la, as. per plat en record in FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILWAY.FLORIDA
Boob J"of I *ds on |aze II'; of tue county .
be without it It Is
L: IP the cholera is kept out of New there. myself. beyond rvcords of aid county of Bradford, for satislac--
The Lake Butler the befct medicine for cramps colic. I on of said &rtt urvhar mu.-t pay for the TRUNK LINE.
ginery being located in
York, the yellow fever stamped out I all kinds of pain oa the market. s MINERJ xccutbu If the< '. Taos. E Broxs,

F. of Georgia, the money panic exploded West Butler is nearing completion and i is me three dozen bottles per express.P. L. FIUIZEE, So'.kiicrAUjf. br CunLiinanL fcfHicial Halter. Short Line to Tampa and South Florida.

.LKFi quite an improvement in that of the D. Kl .
part 4-5t STANDARD TIJon-JA. t*. IM8. Tuus Fso T&j* >ay STI1.LE. FOOT f\9 HOSAX Srazxr.
in Washington, the governorof town. I For further information call on ; -- ___

Colorado J: Drug Company and cut a copy of Si : and Notice.TN 'tI'E J I 1r.cocrH_ : ncL SOJmL.JaJi
J. G.
persuaded not to secede Juhnsoo'.livery and feed stable is I Divxsiot. zc.tTBZ&5 1)1TIJ'10S --

from the Union and we all have a another one of West Butler's improvements I: eph's Four-Season----Almanac.!---- t CIRCOT (V .', 4h Judicial "i"Cwt.gt -No.1ONo.: -t !No. II o. 9 No. ZNo., 7 _ :_I to. 4

and jlllit put in operation and loat big The effective: slrensth of sects is 1 tc of F1 )rua.Dnnlfenl Cvunt j.eery .- C.an- 6 K !C,: Lv...Jacbon e. -Arl hOG : jIO! ( A LT...Ff'Da diDA ...Ar 4 Ip S 43s :
;... turkey some cranberrys the approaching : ;'P1 ; 3zaLv..Baldwin. ....LVf :a-p.li c.a LT... .&. ...Ar 30lp 780a
street lamp just in front of his store shows be ascertained by merely counting J jeweler I in the Matter f-f tte petition oT"1 1 85 Ar- .Late Citj--Lv1' .aPI900a 8CPu Ar. .Baldwin....LT hip 545*
Thanksgiving day should l 22a 95.4 Ar. ...Lite Oak.-.L! 515&Ar Z4Za :- -
clear and each it's Hattie ji. EJJy. a Narrid. i
bright that -ilicaulay.
night just I .. .
1
S Winiiu. 2:5a lllla4oa Madison. LT 4 Hip 2&* S3P lltei Lv.Jackc'ivite..A 30Cp90Sf eao412ft
-k bp ipeot on bended knee. what Las been needed in that locality for ti'd Mr to Take brr Own CLarKe *f :" H..ut.JIp Ar. MontiCfUo... ..LTI 33v'J201pAr. 10'P HCCp,LT47i .BaJdwin. .....LTILr. > 5
a&ze Property i
_..Ip .._TaIIaha- ..LTI 1 Kp 104.5p JJ I.pt ll ... .". r.e. ..LT IWpUSte
: ft long lieu. Nocr. J. J.. let The World's Fair tae Fla at l K.-tate and to I>- : ..
COVGEE&SUAX your light Free raltr. \r.QuiDcy..LTll..a.r., 11 127p Ar. Waldo _LT 12 39u.a a*
Cooper, of the 'lint' and others follow suit and it Are those *ho ue Beggs" Blood cutLe a J 45c>p .Ar..p.iv"'rJur.cn..L :'Ozpl! 710p 1 2t3a1 j Sip Ar_..Hawthorn*....L' ta ., -
may m3.. -- --- This ca'ise coinlrg on to IK heard upon t-1 Ar.OtTa..L' lllTa102S %
It -
second Florida dutrtct made of purifies the blood S the skin c1 I 1 ISaj J 251p J8a
one 'Le 1 that we won't be so much in the dark tet:ilConat' the report of th- master appointI i GX'P ItCOplis .Ar..Pt'.SaCOla..b C30& 2;p --: 3Jp.\.r .SUrer Spnrgs..LT .
the most and the compkction *u1ifuJ. E e i thtriv.'u. it is orJereJ aJjucped and ret- Ci.e Ar -. )1 .biie..Li I :&... .. 2 13a 344p Ar .. ..(ICaJa.. _..LTI0Ita 112&
common-sense speeches on after aU. bottle and cr;e its wonderful Assortment of F that S3'inssW* rt-ix.rt l,c coi.Errotd n:! that .2 Ar..Xe\r Orleans.Ar. ...LTLT &uP' : aj 43-p M...WiW.ood_. Lr t lOa U 55* :
the financial The Sold and guaranteed by Starke I the said liailif )f. EJ.y be srziS.ed a [iet-tga t ii _ I'1- .. H.53 Ar.. .Latoochee_ .Lw Of.a .
status that has been big hotel to be ertcUid just across Drug : 4p fp
take char ,- of und L .
mtaagf T own stot LI ... .. .._ .
r tu 5K'P Jackson. Yiss..LT I 45p 5 Wal 54p Ar. ..Ownsb'ro. ..LT .5$1& I sap
delivered during the extra. session- he; railroad from the depot is the next in p any. _ __ I \Watches Clocks and property au'l becoiae aaIcr ia cny ...-. 500a.\r..Cam.. '. 11 l...... 51.1; 6 mvir63Cai Ar.. .Liadettty ....LT 74C 98Gp
m tpect ...... r.
IILOair..St. UouU. .-LT .'' I Tl&pX Ar.. .PlaBt City.. ,LTAr. 1 305JOa 820p71bp
The leading of the rder.> Work makes companionship.- And I: is further &r;etv._ S.Lv
newspapers c rt1 that a copy (.f thjs Jc->ir>- lw pJl1.h I II I.
Mr. G. O. I
country have accorded him a Epperson is erecting a h&nd- Jewelry once each wek tor four --ncitSMTe weeks in the THOMA!>VILLE-MosTictiJ-o HOCTE. ] StSa H LT... WW..ooo..Ar 908* 11 JSp
rl
great
ftme cottage in East Butler where he exects A. B. C. Bradford Couo'y TeJt.;'.'-::> a Le'iipapfr pnihsl' *- Daily D;;3v ,I 5-JOai t 5 14p Ar....Letsbnr ...._ Ar54pjAr 8 deal of praise. This i is lhma. Bronchitis and ] iu sail cvui.tvliocc I __: .... .
a ery pleasant to his attention the .l)} s Tarartrs. ArCS'pjAr 1iU .J.5P I"I'
> given to .
move family soon. re- in t1. -f Jeo4"e. .
City FU. this Is
result from a neglected : ;c.ta Lr... .....Jach.on"ir :{ t4'a _.... C'J.ka..r a 5 Ip'liv
;. change in the order of things. Prof. F. G. Schtll has just returned Dn't but c-nugh or ; I ; of flockami Watches I. day An of .\ .V. I). lli'i P. JL CALL. 8 !L.La.k ( .'.' U' np.n: IJ&1 j ;it'p.._ .Orlaodo. .. Ar 7 QSl .
4 It
neglect cure promptly Ja-J :
t- from his southern giove and gives glowing few doses of Boils Cherry Cough )
A JACKSONVILLE journal asks if accounts of the of the Indian Mid by Siarke Drug Company. -- lp LTh{ riJr ..Tt-*p -t -
progress -- ---. .- 1 I : 91'p Lv....... .)ic.nt VSlt'f'Y.... .... Arf f4' .... .. TTaWo.Arill. ....
K in not About time for some little ri ver section. !'iusc HOUSE OF FLORIDA, |i In Circuit Court, Focrtii; Judicial Circuit of Flor- 1 2 nll. ........Birmingham... .. ..Ar; 3zi'j .1 I 2S p ...
Nearly half of the \Vt.I'aiut c iJa. SradfoM eO.iLv............xa.\"m.. .... "Ar' t.p'i-:: ".:. Ar..Gainesilie..LlIQt1.. ... .
;. town with one hotel. and railroad Several hundred pounds! of cotton were wear gla.'W-i- -- County. l2ltpLv..J4tiviji;. ......._Ar| *p K.... I.I Cap I .._
sold in market -. ; T .. I Jovpb K. Jlek-her 1 42'ilAr........ .eiLnati....... \(
di'pot to bid for the next state con- j our one day recently. It -... ..,, --. .. e- :-: !'--- TS I SHI For RJfef Lvu25aj j'' LeaveAreherdaily.nct-ft Sunday.at 3:40pjn.
ought five cents a pound. Vox. Mr. Thonm Batt.*. i she !I ISit t Mary K.c.c-lhr.fer and Ju. 5 Pullman seer, &..: Ohio asd Ta!& ,fr Willizzen. E.ary! Bird aDd aide XlHs;aYe
tCflLIOL We would! cdijnr !lus Lae! 3ti-es KcctelUofrr. aisi[
mildly suggest { ( .-." I Texirknna. Arkansas has found what : Jacksonville and New Orleans. t, 2.% And 10 for ATtar istrnuediate -lns.
I, M/Tire TO APf-fAK.-THE STATZ OF FLI'JiU ,A. 4 .
that the journal referred to need i County 3ud.e'i Co art. lielieve to l he the Ill st remedy in daily.FEKXAMJlXA__ Traia : OTJ*tr PA daflr.rxcept .
trill ui; fei-i .li'i.ir! .t yoi.r u'&rent statloa To Julius! KacJi-lhofer, Greeting: r SuoUaj. at Egwrs fbovo. LeaTesato
have no fear of senous i neon yen- In the county judges court Monday the for the flux. Hi* experience is well I firstclaj.-. FT hatio? ken shown br affi-tavit that the d._.- AND CUMBERLAND HOCTE.No. -. O'ltdo ( remerulienng. lie says : "Last : I fe&jieot. Julius KacbHhofer is tIN'CO550pilJ ii.:5 2&nL.arruZOriatlt'&t ":.L .: leans
leni
ience. Unless its ways are wonderfully following cases were disposed of: I had H very severe attack nf flux.! I Pianos and Organs of th" state ft "Klwvla and that the a non residence re ofsM -I___ _________ ,_ :___ CrlacdodaJj at 5.-COp.m.. airirtne WLULeT Part 1. ,
I mended Truby. Sternburg & Co. vs. D. J. Sila known defendant is it Butte City. Silver &wl"ousty. tJ r 9a- LT..Jackso"n1ille..Ar! 23lp 8IflAr et 3:p. m.: OT3Cdo.$1JLflL. '!
and none
it its friends wil; every remedy ute of JI CD tana, and that said defendant I. I ....Fenvtndina... Lvlliiopl 753a i
cox-verdict for plaintiff. relief. Chamberlain's Co'.ic! Cholera; I-" .. .:" thin any t..;< in the Stt>. is over the age of fsrentj-one It :is ; (.\a 4CipLv.Utala.o. -Ar10 5Op
,: not be "in itso to speak. Truby. Surnburg & Co. vs. G. S, Diarrhce.i Remedy was recooimended.t'f'I uaran!,t? In-4.nim-ijt.-J te cs rt" rE-fltt'd.: thfrtf{-re ordered considered and adjudged that Trains on the Fernandina and Cumberland. lUOballlto pIAy..IflhiDetiOn..LT* | 9544pAr atOp !
me. I purchased" liottle nut l wit Kuip a IlatjO or 4)rsn to any honest the ..j dii dant. Jul.us Kachelboftrr doap- route leave Jacksonville and .maD loa daily .HenaDtJc..L | 860sj 22Sp : !
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Younq-scttkxl. <-r vonir.n on trtinl! if not lu U-fJctory pear to the complainant's[ bill of coarplamt 1 18 >'Ar. Invt-rne s-LT| 8 200p ;
THE Marion Times while almost iramedi-ne relief.: I continued except S-unday. Connects at Fernandina for .
tryingto Jl V y f.-ei;Lt bitlivivs.: herein on or lfore thr 4th day of Srpteraber, :- 635p'Ar. .Honios Jsa..LTl, ,:
be i is State vs. John Croft jr. and Wesley U se the medicine and was l A. D. ]'". io default! whereof a decree pro cot Duogence. Cumberland. lilaad, Jekyl IsLosd 7 -I!I e :3)1 .j'
a political paper, absolutely Douger charged witb obstructing the G. cured i i: Like pleasure in ; Cash cr on installment I fn.o Wilt be rmi against the aid dcfendar.t. and D ruD''W1C..nn the CurnberlAtid ronoe.t: 5! 655pLv.Lacoocbee91ip'Ar! .). 14.IC 251) .p.
larpcn AT 723
Springs. }
Itifurth-rcrdered 804p
that this notice be pub and making connections lor .
without Hacon. Atlanta. -
a party to tie to. The S. fc F. this remedy to any person suffering lished 0 _.Sutierland..Ar 70S* 747p i
railway track-preliminary triil}I ; in the Bradford County Telegraph a Chattanooga and northern and western poist. PiA.r ; -
*-t 3lUhie. Violin:
third which the Timrs bitch a eli ea". MS in rny opinion it is tril'i : Hanj.Guitars new>papor published at Starke, In Bradford S. nday train l leaves Jacksonvilie 3 40am. 94pAr.Clearwater Ar .43* 72Zp
claim
waived and defendents aii-1
party -/ in fact Musical ,
under
Itf >jpiAr..Si-
placed $1.- eiery Jiintru Peterbnrg..LT| 5 501
eSt medicine in eXif'If'C". 2.3 an-! \ fioni a Jew." liarc to a Graod Puno. County. Florida one each week for four consecutive makes Cumberland route connection-eares 620j. 5-
to is 200 blind each weks. Fernandiaa 5 in, errires SAcksonriUe 6 15 > "and s daily 3 and 4 d&.
represent already in a Mate of cGilmore' (ot bottles for sie by Starke Drug )1 I'I"ch ,i:** luu-slc; at ten cvntn p : p ia. f. : except Soadaj.
cr I"'co,..e- f'r 51 .J. per In witnesS wh) '-rcof. Il.are hereunto st my: Pullman seeping cars BrunsWIck to .Ulant&.andTrains,'! oa O. B.and S.S .O.A G.dflr.ucept'
hand and afixed: the seal of ci Circuit C Atlanta. Cincinnati and \: .
decomposition. Raskins one of the "i.-t :' .urtIhls Nashnl p>uixay.S4Ta
Baton. ai.iMc JIoIj.h..l at 23 to SJ .
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$ The Infinitely little hive a pride per on the 3d day of \:;:' A. D 1SBJ.
,, leader. of the "lost can<$e" is "a,- When Gilmore was in Minneapolis nile}.' great.-Voltuiro. lio.-- cnJ p..t.I.ht-t'for trr CLtLgue.prii. lv.T WEEKS. JAl'KSU\\"ILLE- .SII\"JLLE enl Late Cnv. Macon and Atlanta.) i'n.
I f KFAL.J Clerk Hrccit ('ourt.I ,
f ing low," while the other. Astute daring the exposition in 1883 the music -- --- ; uJl'illt.., Florida. tt". T. ;'.. Clerk Circlet Court in and for 2jX 6 I txo 51N---1 1.'

of his baud was transferred to a phonograph A New Joke Bradford County do certfy lhat the forwingis TOOaItia 6 ln lr"e..._. .... .... .........JIlt' In\"il".n..... ... T40a +
Schemer Mann is hedging. [hr and he afterward heard it. I n true cory of the onjn Io..1 I on file 10 ray omWitn..s 'e. 91.3' 1 pI.ea\"f: ... ....... .. .... Lake ('try ... .._ ....... ......AniTt'l 53Se 83Dp
Or. the liver. When it Ii lOut of or uij' hand anj sal of Circa1 Court, 445p 4ei Leave... ... ............ ... .Macrn .. ........ Arrtr 1013p CSp ..
Times ought to turn religious or "That is wonderful, grand T exclaimed I aGi1more. nd feels blue. try a few d.! >it. of Bcg this August 3J, 1SS3. \V. T. WEEKS. 1':1'1' ,11. Lt'ave.At3nb..A.rriw- 1030 j

; agricultural. "It's all there but my little Little Gitnt l'ils! Your liver I Cerk; Circuit Court Le&Tt.. ... ...........Chan-inon a.. .. .. ..........Arrive IIS lOOp 6soaisc
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____ stick and the tap tap of the alto horn's l apprrc'Hte the j-,ke. So will )OU. Aug. -.tSheriff's 6.i6 30D'ArrJTe__......... ..... hn1lt-.. ._. .. _._.'..... 'avel -& tOl5p* :'I

T tJKSATOB O. J.U. heel. ; s sao! by Starke l>rug C.ni!| uiiy. Daily through Pullman sleepers! Jacksonville to X !vJl< on No*. 5 and 6. .
SCMUCBS of -. --- Sale.UrNPER AOTE-Onand after Sor.3MA. tr< trptct tolaren Tkrrugh Cor altoon _f gtrain r
The "little stick" was his baton. It ovt of Joticfonnllt that our p Jacksonville has been and hy virtue of an execution dated
appointed What kiditt-ss
-MginK s ? A
was made of whitewood, and he always niac grtkon -'A, IKB. ii-siiyd out of the Hrcuj DOUBLE DAILY CONNECTION WITH ATLANTA WITHOUT CHANCE. .o
e United States district attorney for carried it when at the head of bis band. ) upon it -.M.iLkluzie.Those ('ourt. Fourth Judicial Circuit (.f the State t of Ticket Office.>*W.; Bav Pt.; corner Hd'gan. Depot font of Hosan ?t. BYi&. ;
Floiida. in a certain cause therein penliii. N. S. PF.NXIXGT X. Traffic Mai.arer. '
the northern district of Flori,13'ic "I have a dozen or more batons," said -- -- wl,.rcin Jacob :.i. Truhr.. J. fcternburjr ar.dK. A.O. MAcDONNELL.Gen.Paa. AI"t
Wondefrful Giants *3tn.o ni -rchcntanil
? t1uinbusi.
the popular leader "but pancer -
: one day none
: J. N Stripling resigned. That"rtsdgned" of If j-r n ui-h t Iu ser tl.ein call un ,.'' under tie f.na na.i.r nn i s'lleof Trub, .
them compares with this little stick. te-rTIiurg &: C'>. were pUintiff* and tfce Flcr-
The
deotn't ; Drug ComiKiny and ask tor Ueggi Clyde
sound well. "Ke- Icantapontheedgeofmymnsicstarnwith .- id.i 'JraazC'ompr ty, it.aitru. a corporation Steamship Co.
Giant Pills Eveiy bottle "ranto I I I uu tnoved" would be a better word to t this, and it will not spoil it. My ----- : .- : were dtfndants. J hate lerin! upon and will sell

other batons would be ruined, so 1 keep; luJhJttl liticiiU-s that tivilizt-d I I fwfore the cnurt IIOJLLdo- r in th- town of t
apply to these cases of succession. them locked S. HACKER & SON I (atkt'. in iiid county on IhO' first Monday inAu
up. annually jny $13..::0. &O.UX) for food. ?.i>. Tf35.: ite wm being the! 7th dayofaxt: "
whatever
Without any desire to dictate During his continental tour he was -VAS rF. [kCfC. (.y- i moi.th endi I 1-gal sale day. durns the lt-.r;al ,
-- ----- -- -- -
.1: he.r of sjle: on that day the f./ilowirg pi.ie
the president's course we would I presented with magnificiently decorated A Puzzle I art- -l c>r ]J.t of lAi.'l., situate and being in the%

0 suggest that he "whip batons in every country. Some of them To mniiy I.idii' !. how in keep Ih I :r', Sash. Blinds!: [nculdiBuilding !: 1S, count rId of liradfotil aid Mai' ('f Florida
up. : eg fullowThr s-juth half ,-
were dl nond tipped, and all were gold _hah in curl on rniny d]*,* The j : atefial I quarter and south h"!lf ,.f ,,rtheast quarter/-I
S.\.N'I..II' action in trimmed.-New York Advertiser. easy. Abk tniko I;ug Cittnpunv jr jrts section filtren, arK ,hOutbw juart.r of "
quarantining west qutrtrr of s.-cti. ffurtrtn. all .J" .
Xonpan-il Hair Curl,-r HCI! the in township

a against those cities where yellowf Electric& Bitters. will be 6 >Ive'l : BUILDEBVARDWARE.[ \ lug two sue spilth hunilre range pores tw -rty-two tar-re or ea.-t.less.contain Said !

:. has This remedy is becoming so well lauds sold to satisfy saM; i-xeculion. Terms .
er prevailed this ------ -------- -- --
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I .jk,,. summerywnis known anti HO popular AH to need no cebb, purxhaf-er parir,5 for :ill". .'
perfectly: f uxti&able. No one Vpecial mention. All who hare us dKlertric \ tHe; Fancy Glia : E. E. JOH S.
JuIyT'1 Sheriff Bradford!
} .hould be more fully convinced of r Hitters King the same: NlOJe of Tried &; Truemay I Sppcisilty.: Th above sale has Ixvj jvo-tponed County.till Mol c- .rttEV
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praise. purer medicine floes! not 'xi t da), the 4th diy of -September:.

4 this thau Florid ian*. Our own slack .and it it. Kleotrie jmarnteed Hitters to do will all cure that all i islahnwl. I. :STOX, S.-C-:;- SJieriiT c-f Bradford E. E. Jon.x County. \ YORK, CHARLESON! AND{ FLORIDA LINES- .j}

., quarantine service of 'five yuan* a >o
brought lives to remove Piuiplea; Italia, Halt Itheiini and L. DOUCLAS :ot('(. I I (
many an untimelyiud
of the .
miier aflwtioiiH. 81110.1 by impure 1011.odIn Superior Medicine I I .

and! cost the state thousands' of I Idoliani. \ drive Malaria from the system aiflprevent :I the standard S3 SHOE "cn.a P. 1 X ('in.C6UrI FUrula.! Bradford Fourth C.Judicial tmt>.-la Cit CJ.accery.Statetil hue Magnificent Steamship" of tins' line are appointed to sail as follows !

The result of thi very ,I lear +\ For n* ollle-ada"he.well 1111 cure all('onwip Malarial'trH. i *- blood-purifier wear them? When next I. need fr1a pair., I .\. J\. .Kite j j's. DI\"orce. I calling at L'harlotor, :?. C., both nays: .1
Best in
r lc sOfl is an efficient Mjrvice with a fion Mti'l Ii.digeiitiaii$ try Klwtric Bitten*. the world. i Euiily: Kitt.It }( From New York. (STAID.UUI Tran)

: KntiraKUiftfi: iun giiarnterxl, or in MH \ .5.DD 3.0D I. bf-irp male to appear br the affidavit of the I (Pier 29 E. U.) STEAMER From .IaC'klOD1'Ule s no
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thoroughly competent director, and iffniu'e-1.] Pri,*' .Vie. and $1 bottle j"Stjtrke t complainant appended to the bill fil-d I Florida.A .
per the
in Friday. July! :. ....... t
at ..
34.00 : 2.50 3l0pm. ALGONQUIN.ra ....
Itr'lJ fo> drug and John AVER'SSARSAPARILLA br'\e ca'>>>- that the afore-aid defendant. Emily : us. X at 83Qam
thank* to his patriotic effort it 1 i- store Tumday. Aug. 1. at 3 Ul p .. .. ... SEMlSoLE... ..... -
> Kite, is
A. Kin;;. Lake cutler. 5 .3.50 12.00PIIWIQ over the atr" of twenty-one:years and j 4. at .. .. .Sunday 6. at 11 O> a m
30Jpm.
certain that Khali I ____ __ that lir {>Ia.e of residem-e is unknown it i U I Itherefore IFr1'1\Y.Tuesday, CHEROKEE..Thursday, -. J.at 330am
now 8.
we not he ; at 3l'Opm.\L..41XtJl ... .
ordered that the above UDrlay. : at St O
named a
In Ihe county rite election in Levy I '2.50 .2.00 ant. Emily Kite. be and she hereby re juird defend1 to 1, Friday, 11. at 3 00 p m.......... fEMISOLE ..... ....Thurtdav, IT, at 800am m 1
subjected to a repetition of the 1688 Tuesday "n. it Wpm> .... .. .
.. ChEROKEE ..... '
pleaJ answer or demur to the bill filed 111 this .Sunday.Thursday. ::0. at 11 CO am.
county Tuesday lironson won by long 2.25 11.75 before I Friday. 14z.t 3 to p m.. ... ALCiOXQUIN; ..... "
cau-e on or September 193. the 24. at S 00 n
scourge. Florida can afford be Its long record jjinie Tuesday, : 3 to ........ p
to at _
odds fall lays bens: the first Monday of said month. or the j p m SEMINULE.... .. Sunday. ST. at 4 CO a m
Fn-Jay. ::. .... ..
.2 DO at 3 tt) m ,
less said bill will be taken as confessed against her. p ChEROKEE..Th-.irs3ay :i. at ? S> a m
no vigilant than is Savannah.Letter. that what .. ..
Tuesday .
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assures 23, at
Walk one way. look another. you fDR It is further ordered that a copy of thw order be 3Wp m ALGONQUiN.... ...Sand&y Sept. 3. at la SO am
-- has cured others publNlie.1 in the Bradford Cvunty Telegraph a -
0 .ashIgton You often MX persona doin it. an(Imsny .75sts newspaper pubh-hed In Bradford cou ty.once .

From Our Special Oorrei em or cracked' his bbms cure
falling over smirol youQW.Ycung Done and ordered bv me thi the Jtb dat" of ,
August 23. Jcl Y.,u call Uem ('to}*. but it may wiat a IM DRESS SHOE mads la the latest 'I July, A. D. 1-V5. ftv.. T. WEEKS, Clerk. For

Tire general I talirf here he their l-ninsarc Umuddledty a torjikiliver. don't pay$6 to$8 try my$3$3.50 4.00 cr --- ---.- -- -- Sanford, Enterprise: put Intermediate Points on the St. ,

the evenamong l Piiiplc suffering from lr.digeti'ari They fit equal to custom made and look and I I Notice.S Johns River.

radical silver men, Dysprnsia get'confused-the brain Lr welt. If yon wish to economize la your footwear, "IX MONTIf1* afterdate I wit! present niyacCOUMS -
IM that the repeal bill will pas thu inactive. V.HI must wnke up the liver Ii by purchasing W. L Doogtas Shoes. Narne and and vouchers to the Hon. Wni F.Maipliurs. Steamers are appoints! to sail as follows: :
Iiouc t kinr Simmons Liver Ilepilator. the <-.OUl.I.Ju.I. in and for the county
although differs cure stamped the .
opinion asto on bottom look fir It when buy
you ,
p of Hra lf'r'lIn.1! l Stafe < t Florida ndrni.'istrator -
fr 1 iLj in ii*>rJcr and for Biliousness andSick .Brockton Steamer "EVERGLADE'Cant. W. A. }
the majority it will get. .- GENERAL MMJ. Sold by ( forthsiBteof Frank Sumtnrr-d l cMiiml. Shaw.

: ''I If anyone I has the idea that: Presi IllaIi. I : & AL'AIIEZSIarke sue for final-.said vftti-tr.frt aflniinistration.and ask for R.a\V final TrR disclutrgvironi >Fit. FROM JACJ\SOS\"ILLE-TuesJays and Saturdays at 5.-00 p. in.; returninz leave Sanford

dent Cleveland i. idle while at Gray; Go where he will the wise man is i thon.e -ANDWOODWORKER-- I TO'i & CA.nERO.Ilamploii.. June:. On Admin tralor. I Thursdays ad Mondays at 5.00 a. m.
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GabUsan early morning visit to the hi* Itcurth the earth-his hall the: \ BROS'I General Passenger and Ticket Oftice, 88 ,.. Ba>' St., Jacksonville.

office! his private in the azure dnnu*.-Emerson. ] I M. II. .
secretary, DRUG STORE. CLYDE. A. T. .%l.. t .I. IRONMONGER. JR.. Fhl. Piua.Agt.. .
white house will. show how
erroneous I Is located lit the old Jinshop, where I S. I. Cotton Gin. 5 Bowling GrttT New York. gyVcsi IJjy St.. Jacksonville, Pta.
such idea Qucklen'e Arnica Salve.
is. As
an regular as I lis THKO G. EGEIU T. :.. Jxo. L. HOWARD. t Ja. .
make Freibtgt.
best prepared lo or repair all kinds ;
The salve in thA world for
the morning mail I tnt: I 5 \vlinrCrLtD. New Y..rk.
.
comes a big batchof ] Foot Liiura St.
J"cksol1vil1e. FL,..
bruise, sores ulcers salt raeiiui. fever iron tin or wood-work. lie will
official document, representing sore, teller. chum'**! haml chilblain: RFSTLong A. J. CotE P.isatnger ,Agent J. A. LESLIE, Superinen'ent.
the p t"ldent.1I work of the, day be ooniM, ami all akin' eruptions> and positively you a wagon or repair your 5 Bowling Green New York. Foot Laura b f.. Jdck5t.tD1'nle. Fla.

fore and cures pilf.or no required. r make you u plow or repair your bu :
just as regularly docs Private I. is pay c =ijrf:1:: : \VM. P. CLYDE & CO.. General Agents.
.. guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction shoe your hoise_ or sell ,011 a Cb. Cotton Gin
Secretary Thurber send a big refunded. Price 12 S.
or money 25 cent per Aermotor.JJow Delaware A v. Philadelphia 3 i
Cowling New
Green York.
)' package to the president. box. For sale by Starko Drug Co., and

f Neither Secretary lloke Smith nor John A. King, Lake BUte>. Mr. Fanner, it will pay you I it\; THE WORLD. SOCIETIES.Bradford
find out all about this .
r Commissioner Lochrcn windmill as it ---- .A..TEN"TS
are .. .
worrying Cbatoberlaln'* Eye and Skin Olnt I J'.r- frrf*
: even a little bit over the resolution .. be used for any jnirpi.se that wnttr uUIl'1'i-Il'i} i i" state Agent .Lodge, No '42, F. & A. M- Caveats and Trade-JUrks olitainrO; and all Patent

introduced into the senate by Mi r. I A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eves.- can be put to. When you arc iu I the al">ve ('t'cJ'r1h.l! l Win, and J. L. GASKINS Meet Thursday night before, the third business OCR conducted furIODUUTE FEES.
Tetter. Sblt Sunday in each month. OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U 8. PATENT
Kbeutn. Scald UeaOld call nod }learn all
s.i. about it. It
docs A
Gallinger of N.
II. Office
providing fori Chronic Sores Fever on haml n full supply of DEALER IN W*. F. 3IALPIIUKS.. and 'e can swore patecU I IB lees Une
an investigation i of Sores. Eczema. Itch. take a wagon load of mney to :. D. W113&IGE?. Sec. and at less cost than those rrmotefrom Wash. .1
: the ,legality Prairie .
Scratches ington.
Sore Nipples and i
their actions u. Piles. It one, but U is worth a big pocket full I WALRUS LEATHER ETC. Drugs & MedicinesStarke feml model
f suspending is cooling and soothing Hun May L.odZe 1'10.10, I. O. U. F.-ro Jroar draw ing or pJw.|< with dtaciipti"ii. -- .
shown -Jenslon.1 dreds of have I We /hls". if pitfntal.eornot.tr) ]
ors br. the records cases been cured by it after you. Flac me tinjj every TiK'vlay ciiars-p C'ur fee not doe till
patent Nimmwd.
r: entitled the pensions' .they have all other treatment had failed. 25 cents CEO W. YOUNG A. B. HART Physicians' Prescriptions night in their ha'l. Transient A Utt5i Cook, -How to OMaiit Fatruts,"with .T,
per box. For sale by the Starke Drug brothers cor.tiili name.of actual client in your state,
county or
been drawing. In fact, an in vest ti.iSfe Cunipnnv.T I Cart f"lly Compounded a JtAurt-dn; n 1 In ited. S. W. HACKZTT": town,sent free.:'Address.. '
..- Starke, Fla. City, : : Florida. ngL W. F. MALPHrn. X.(I. ---s t'. A. 8XOW.t CO.
F. J. FIEt.D8I- G. and Sec. V. C. Opp.FateotOfflce. VASL-ISOTOJI l>. C. :


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I I This is Friday, August 25th. The dog ,! .Irs. Annie McClellon.\ of Daytona is
HAPPENINGS IN THE CITY.
i t days will soon be over. i visiting her sister, Mrs. F. R. Morgan, of I. G. WEBB'S LIVERY STABLES..

LOOK OUT FOR T. A. KNIGHT'SBIG George Bee and .family and George C. this city.

'." Local Items Picked Up Here I White and family, who have been in this FOUSD-A pair of steel-rimmed spectacles (Opposite Moitt's Blacksmith Shop.)

and There. city for some months past returned Thursday and a breast-pin. Owners may have I Will Not be Underbid Turnouts. of Any ind'! h
..:, AD, NEXT WEEK I to their homes at Elmer. N J. I I same by paying for this notice end describing on

property.

PEOPLE I Mrs. Lizzie Edwards and mother, of ME A TRIAL.Any
ABOUT YOU KNOW. GIVE .
f' Williston, spent a few of the week with Miss Florence Witkovski tendered her

I: Mrs. F. R. Morgan. They were highly friend Miss Jessie Selvidge a pleasant Lease
IfS Kind of Wood Delivered to Any Part of the City.
I Matters that Have Occurred or pleased with Starke and her people. little party: Tuesday evening, in honor of
Will Occur In the Near Future the latter's birthday. Your Order for Your Winter Supply.

tI, -Epitome of a Week's I For a sluggish and torpid liver nothing .
Happeuings in Starke. i can surpass Ayers Pills. They containno Fred Morgan's hustling capacity was '

_. calomel nor any mineral drug, but thoroughly tested in
Wednesday
gettingthe JOSEPH ECKERT
I' are composed of the active principles of
Scatter lime. the best vegetable cathartics, and their use New Jersey colony to take passageover ,
always results in marked benefit to the the Clyde Line. He came off with

Clean the streets. patient.: flying colors, aid captured about $160 National Bakery

I Engineer Frank R. Morehead returned for his Hn'eProfessor ,

Buy your shoes from N. J. Jones. Monday from Ocala and has resumed

I" work on the A. S. & G. He was accom. T. B. Uartig left Thursday Fresh Bread Pies and Cakes of All

The rainy season has about leaked out. panied by Mr. James Brown, who has morning via the Clyde Line for Newark, ,
N. J., where he will visit his mother. Mr. i Kinds on Hand.
accepted a position ou the surveying
.. Bring your job printing to this office; Hartig will return by October 1st-in !
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corps. _
time to assist in teaching the young idea PROMPT ATTENT1CK. .'
All ORDERS BY MAIL WILL BE GIVEN
Cotton is to into
beginning come mar- It would be well for the city fathers to how to shoot.

ket. expend a little money in cleaning up the BaKery Opposite Court House. '

streets and sprinkling\ lime. This is the Travel over the Clyde Line from this I S'tarke F1a.
The town has been full of pedagoguesthe :.: ,
past week. most dangerous season of. the year and place has increased very perceptibly sincean

every precaution should be taken to pre- advertisement of its excellent servicewas

,. Mr. C. C. Powell, of Rochelle, was in I vent sickness. placed in the TELEGRAPH. Ask For Goods Gents'

the city Monday. Agent F. R. Morgan if the ad. has not Dry FurnishingsAND
t. Starke averages about two marriages in made his work easier. ,

Mr. and Mrs S. M. Alvarez have returned each month; one birth in two months and

from Tampa. ogre death in three months. The population We judge from the following' taken -

t'- is 1,000. This is the record thus far from'the Ocala Capitol that Frank More-

.. One million strawberry plants for sale. this year. None of the deaths resulted head sustained the reputation made at t GENERAL.'MERCHANDISECALL_ .

| Special Column BANQUETTED. II. Puddy, Lawtey, Fla. from local causes. former encampments during the one just

The Iadlea Welcome the Return Dr. Jno. C. Wills and wife arrived I ended : "Stratagem or a bullet might ON-
Advertisements inserted In this column at
Commissioner Croft of Lake .
II Ins Soldiers. County catch
Frank Morehuid. Other methodsare
4.1' 5 cents per line (seven words) for each Thursday from Kentucky. Dr. Wills
\ i It learned that the Guards Butler, was in the city Monday.A useless. Ask AI Peck Lan-
,..' insertion. 41t When was h: well and most favorably known Wright, .
t would return on Saturday last. from the -- caster and Morris Slerno about it. Frank R.; we@l '
Bradford
r I full line of Coffins, Caskets and Un- throughout county and every _
'' Fnend need something for encampment at Ocala, a number of wore the championship medal for the .
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.. you I dertakeis' Goods at N. J, Jones'. body is glad to see him back in Starke. _
that tired feeling. Come and pet;,! Starke's ladies put their heads together Ile will begin the practice of medicine best sprinter in Ocala for a couple of '

'" Jtir. Magic Tonic. We fully guar- :t and detcimined to welcome them in good Professor. W. McDonald is in attendance and remain permanently.Under years." -AT-

qantee it. Starke Drug Company. ], style.A ; at the County Institute.Mr. .
i iI banquet at the Hemmingway hall the skillful treatment of Dr. E. Weddings galore are the rule about thi! THE RED STORE ON THE CORNER.

I For the best ice cold drinks go toMeacham'p j was decided upon and the execution of O. J. Griffin, of Hampton paid the L. Stewart Mr. Orin Husband is rapidly town. There is one thing curious about
I opposite post-office.! its them however. lu nearly every instancethe 2 Steam-Cooked Cow Feed a Specially.! *
i the plan was equally as happy as con- TELEGRAPH a pleasant call Monday. recovering from the attack of typhoid fever

iI I ception. that has confined him to hid bed for the groomsman proves to be a gentleman
Fresh Garden Seeds of all kinds ins I We all seeds sold to be this from Starke.' That town seems to have
The train vas met by a large delegationof guarantee past two weeks. It is hoped by the many
. bulk. btarke Drug Co. ladies and gentleman, and in a short year's crop. Staike Drug Company. friends of the young gentleman that he a weakness for Waldo belles, and within J. ANDREWS
the last twelve monlLs has captured five ,
Sweat welcomed the boys
be able
speech Mayor pray soon to be out again.
- For Sale-A few thousand straw and invited Captain Heiberger and his Some of the buys looked pretty well charming young ladies! from this burg.It .

berry plants of a superior variety. company to repair to the hall, where the used up by their encampment experience. Fearing that some of its members might is some tin.us both wise and just to retaliate Livery Feed and Sale Stables.

81.00 per thousand. D. Q. Cole. banquet awaited them. ', get "winded' during the progress of the and Starke had better look out.

. A party of young people enjoyed an the new base ball team has appointed Waldo correspondent in Times-Union.
Wills delivered game :
Colonel J. T. a
very IN THE CITY.
for THE FINEST TURNOUTS
Why. pay fancy prices pic- excursion to tl'e lake Monday afternoon. -- ---- ---
neat little address at the hall, in which he the following substitutes: Messrs. N.
tures printing, etc., when you want Delia of this and
Miss
i McKinney city
W. Hackett. N. J. Jones R. M. Alvarez
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congratulated the soldiers on having Attention and Reasonable Charges.Drummers' .
seeds? Get them of us in bulk and Complaint is made that some of the Prompt
Mr. G S. Young. of Hampton were
gained the good of so noble a band 1:J. W. Hodges, F. R. Morgan, J. R. Martin -
You them graces in bad condition.
save 300 per cent. see bridges in town are very married at the residence of Mr. C. M.
of ladies and complimented them on their I .1. G. Alvarez, and Major Thos. E,
and braying
weighed and you know what you Sparkman Saturday night. Judge Mal- Teams a
get. Starke Drug Company. thorough knowledge of military tactics. Our soldier boys have been singing the Bugg. phurs performed the inltresingceremony.:

The tables were beautifully decorated praises of Ocala ever since their return Bradford county is entitled to a scholar Specialty.Stables .
I Mr. Young is engaged in the drug busi-
Ranges as well as stoves are in with flowers and ladeD with all mannerof home. ship iu the White Springs Normal School
my line. Will make an old one cook delicious viands. and Business College. Senator M. L. ness at Hampton ami is one of the leading in Brick Building Cor. Call and Thompson .Streets, One Block

. as good as a bran new one. Leave The occasion was a most happy one and Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Hackett entertained McKinney has the power of appointing young men of that section while his from Depot.
[bride i is highly esteemed in this city.A .
orders with Walter Wills. their return from the encampment of 1893) the Erosophian club Tuesday the student and some young lady or gen-
ciick of friends will in
large : join S'tarke Flori.d
will doubtless remain forever in the evening. tleman should take advantage of the opportunity :
=. Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!! Morgan Bros'. minds of the Bradford County Guards.It of a term at this excellent wishing Mr. ant Mrs. Young much hap-

ice depot. There is not, to our knowledge, a single pi m'ss. _________ I .
school. School
; opens Tuesday, September
should be in Every House case ol sickness within the corporate limits 5th. The July number of the Monthly Bulletin -

I'' To have good cicps, you must J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay street, Sharps- of this Ctty.Rememher gives the following report of the con- ., .
have the best seeds. Our speds just burg Pa., says he will not be withoutDr. Mr. L. A. Wynn, Jr., captured a full- t .' '.
The
King's New Discovery for Consumption bulk dition of crops,in Bradford county: '. .
Seeds in
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. Didn't get many. Country is poor cured his wife who was threatened with Cheapest and always reliable. Starkc at his home near the Santa Fe lake last farming operations, and as a consequence ".
If want 'em come early. Remember phneutnonia after an attack of la grippe, Drug Company. Tuesday. His faithful hunting dog .
: yon when various other remedies and several the crops arc all in flourishing condi -
always in bulk. Starke had done her geode seized the cat just as it was in the act of
physicians no Mr. .1. Charles Richard left Sunday tion. The prospect of good yields is '. ..'.: -. .
Drug Company. Robert Barber, of Uooksport, Pa., claimsD. going over the tenet hnd Mr. Wynn .
better than for several Cotton,
with Mrs. years. ." ...
for Atlanta to return
has done him
King's New Discovery morning closed in with n stick and succeeded in : :
than he ever used corn and rice could not 'look better and
mrre good anything .
babies.
Pennsylvania leads in cigar output loolung trouble. Nothing like it. Free R. and the _.---- --- killing it. The cat made a heroic fight the orange grain; fruit, peach and pear ;. .'., :.. !.

tri I bottles at :Marke Drug Company'sdrug Mr. C 11. Etiscy, formerly of this place, and used the dog up pretty badly. were never better and hardly ever KEEP
crops .*
The success of Mrs Annie M. Beam, : store, and John A. King, Lake AN ON THIS ,
of McKt-'c port. Pennsylvania, in the Butler. Large bottles, 60c and $1. 5 but now of Jiicksohville. was in the city here is a hint for ladies in the art of so good. ,
treatment of diarrhoea in her children will several days this week:
the male admirer. One side
undoubtedly be of interest to many moth- Bradford County Institute. ---..--- fascinating Fred Weihe, one of OcaU's: enterprising

ers. She says : "I spent several weeks Under the skillful charge of Professor Editor W. II. Blue of the Marion of the human face is better looking than jewelers, offered a fine pipe during the en- ,
Jonstown, Pa., after the great flood, the other. Ladies. are therefore advised tofind
of husband being employedthere. Little, a member of the faculty ot the Times paid the TELEGRAPH a pleasant J campment to be voted to the ugliest sol- SPACE .
on account
my out which is the prettier side of their
We had several children with us, White Springs Normal school, the County fraternal call Wedne lI1Y. dier in the Florida state troops. Mem-

two of whom took the diarrhoea very Teachers' Institute convened Monday and faces by the aid of a small hand glass, bers of the various companies!: were en- ,Truby, Sternburg& Co.'s Ad. Will Occupy It Next Week

badly. I got some of Chamberlain'sColic has progressed very satisfactorily duringthe Get tamp and cabbage seeds of us. and when they wish to be particularly tered, and Sergeant E. P. Duncan, of the
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy fresh and sure to come. Sold fascinating remember to have tie best
Always ,
in the
first four days of the session. Guards was placed race by some
It cured both
from Rv. Mr. Chapman: side of the face toward the
of them. I knew of several oilier cases The Institute is well attended there only in bulk. Starke Drug Company. looking personto of his friends. When the polls were

where it was equally successful. I thinkit being in attendance about forty of Super- be fascinated. closed Mr. Chas. Hawkins of the Ocala

cannot be excelled and cheerfully rec- intendent Dekle's lieutenants, who are The county judge is kept busy "enter Rifles was found to be the victor. ur"Eddie" .
ommend it25 and 50 cent bottles for taining" these days. Meantime the docket I. C. Webb, the liveryman, has recently
ideas in indulged dreams of the
sale by Starke Drug Company.We "brushing up" and grasping new for the circuit court continues to grow. made some additions to his stable. Last many
lime when he would: puff wreaths of .
the art of administrating knowledge to week he succeeded in purchasing the ...

have 37,000 lady telegraphers the untutored mind of this county's Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer biggest horse in Bradford county and this smoke from that silver-mounted beauty .. .
has restored hair to its original color and send them up to form fantastic shapes
progeny. gray week he received a new surrey and a
_ The Great Southern Remedy There is no more laudible occupation and prevented baldness in thousands of handsome Mr. Webb above nis head. But now that he lost he
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People should not l-c deceived into paying in these Indies cases. It will do so to you new buggy. says congratulates himself on the fact that hedidii
than that engaged by young -
money for trashy mixtures!: gotten up that he is determined to give his customers CITY MARKET. PROFESSIONAL.
to sell. Botanic Blood Balm, (B. B B.) and gentlehien and the TELEGRAPH A delightful moonlight excursion to. as good service as the trade can afford t get a single vote. VXXNXXSNXWXSW'
which bus been made in Atlanta for he hopes sincerely that their term at the E L. STEWART. }[. D..
Kingsley lake was enjoyed by nine and will be prepared to meet the increased .
past fifteen years n vcr fails! to give satisfaction Institute be both pleasant and profi- Col. J. II, Curry one of Ocala's lead- -
tonic and may couples of Starke's young people last Friday demand for good teams. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
as a superior building up table. ing barristers, delivered two highly entertaining -
biood puritiicr. It is made trom the pre- evening.
benefit in Hendersonvillc.N. lectures in this city during the Office with Starke Drug Co.
scription of an eminent physician. The Director Meeting. Recently at a .
bottle is and the dose small. See C. Miss Clara who has host week. Wednesday evening his subjectwas
Darby
large of the directors of the Brad- Miss Estelle Bugg entertained a few of a STARKE. FLA.
A meeting
their advertisements and buy that whichis "Everyone in His Own Place or Find
school held at the her friends with a whist party Monday of friends and admirers in this city played
thoroughly endorsed by thousands of ford County High was Out What We are Born For" and it was TATE POWELL. M. D.
grateful patients whom it has cured. A office of C. L. Peek Monday night, August evening in honor of her guest, Miss Iola a prominent part. The Times of that handled to perfection. His illustrations

trial bottle will test its merits. 21. Members present J. }1. Truby Liddon, of Ocala.Don't city speaking of her effort, says: "MissDarby's commanded the closest attention. of the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
---- -- "Sister and I" proved the most
W. Hackett
chairman; J. G. Alvarez. N. audience, while an occasional anec- Office al Gaskins Drug Store.
sit around and compliiin about large
Agriculture employs 28.000..00 men. Meacham and PresI- charming feature of the evening. She hasa
C. L. Peek, W. N hard times. Go home and plant a fall clear, sweet voice, and showed a great dote was the signal for a hearty round of STARKE. !'LA.
dent J. L. Gaskins. Professor A. W. Selvidge, ably
garden. In a few weeks it will relieve deal of elocutionary power. She was applause. .
tender the free of FIELDS
It decided to use
was assisted by Dr. Tate Powell and Misses F.J.
the Teachers' Insti- matters wonderfully.Miss culled back and gave a very pretty song, w
the school building to Frazee Lizzie Sweat, Lucia
Miriam ,
of showing fully as much ability to sing as BUICK MASON AND PLAS
held under the charge
tute, now being Eula Hi rs. one of the leading in declaiming." Sbarpe and Jessie Weeks dispensed some TERER. '

Prof. Little, teachers of the county has returned from yery inspiring music. Thursday evening G. C. OH AI RES,

A warrant for $33.7i; was issued for Wetherford. Texas, where she visited rel- The following parties have Dr. Powell's Colonel Curry spoke on Some Queer -DEALER.US--:- STARKE.Agent for-Camp- Bros_ Bride.FLORIDA.

insurance on building. atives during the summer Never.Fail Cure for Sl\lc., Every bottle b People." 1 he TKLEGUAPH went to press
President Gaskina requested F. R Morgan warranted : J.. L. Gaskins, Starke Drug before the hour for the lecture but.is safe Fresh Beef, Mutton, Pork and FRAZEE. I

to notify all stockholders of a meetingto Rev. Dr. Edward Pace professor In the Company, Starke ; G.. S. Roach &" Co.. in saying that it was good: Poultry.CALL J.L. --
U. C. Parker & Bro., New River G. S.
be held at the office of L. B. Rhodes, Catholic University of America at Washington ; ATT'Y AND COUNSELLOR AT
T. R. Sweat Sinker-
Young Hampton ; STREET, STARKE,.FLA.
111 Wednesday, August 30th. at 3 o'clock D. C., 'is in the city visiting his town ; Harvey Jarrett, Lakeside ; R. W. Notice. LAW.

p. m., to contract business of importance. father Alderman G. E. Pace. Jones LaCrosse; Luke Drawdey. Pin- The firm of Shipman: & Fisher has this COMER L PEEKATrORNEY..TL&Wa..d Room No. 1.Jones' Block..
4 owd err Hill ; Henry Driggers. Worthington ; N.G. day been dissolved, V. J. Bhipman with- NOTAB '
j Adjourned. Malarial and other atmospheric influ- ..\lizell N. L Hair! Blair P. 0. ; R. drawing from the firm. All accounts due -and- STARKE FLA.
y I best counteracted by keeping the L. Jones, Terpentine Camp ; John A the late firm are to be paid to F. A. Fire Insurance.
threads. the gold are
Pure !.i ""Silver among ences blood and vigorous with Ayer's King. L'tke Butler ; S. J. Prescott, Sampson Fisher; all accounts due by the late firm Represent LIVERPOOL LONDON GLOBE THE TELEGRAPH,.
Are a sign that your hair needs invigorating pure in this i;. II. Houghton Middleburg; will be paid by F. A. Fisher. PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON, GREENWICH
little cauton res- ;
A cream of tarter baking powder, Higbet of Bcggs Hair Renewer promotesa Sarsaparilla. A Odom Bros .Providence 'W. T. Bynum V.:J. SHIPMAN.P. SECURITY and HARTFORD Fire Insurance 1 A YEAR $1
illness at this ;
All in prevent serious Companies. Choice lots of Land in town anfcounty
fall-
y leavening etrcngth.-Laf U.S. Govern- of hair, prevents its pect may .
hcullliv growth Drew FISUEIU '
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c Sarsaparilla is the best Fort white ; Henry Wilson. ; for sale. '
) meat Food Report.' itm out or turning gray. Sold and guaranteed -.I season.all-the-ycar-round Ayer's medicine in existence. High Springs Medicine Co., High Spri g r.: Lawtey. Fla.,.Apg.1.1,1893Y STARKE ._ ,: .FLORIDA All KINDS. OF JOB PRINTING.
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P { :; ,- English.democrat; mTEt; -GL ANNOUNCEMENT m ; The Chinese laundryman
;.t : ,*. ... Dr. Ever democrat of Maesajchusctts .. ; .' '" worth ,
Instead
kfer .. ''3* '*- ? .-'.1'y- .,. ; S. --" c.- < : 1"- NTNA CAIA little trick .tring.
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'f:t---- f. ." .The: --nallrf." -'G fBat '. ,lIDs, .favor oftherepealol>the Shei 'i1 ['It nlli A _London- cablegram. BI!*?thgrt in' S Affairs of torment anl Rsulinc otHrtHse l physician commenced failed to cr.I tsk- JJ j it into cold water for an instant, wMcfcS

>:;} ;F; ; Briefly 'EpiloM7 law, Mr. Simpson, populist the h of commons Friday Mr. Inc t Sarsayarilla fl Jj, I cools the surface sufficiently t
u Ho' a-
.- iMT ,* sea, spoke in) favor'.of: : free coinage. 'Br1e '. ad. CCf PaDh #Gladstone announced that he would aM Senate Discusses, ud umc Hood's Olive .r him to make several effecti

; .. ;_'_.'; He severely".criticised the demo-, : move the' adoption- a ..resolution' Oimt entand at the end the heat meantime gradually retur.

) "What li Being Done to .AlUy 'FkuncUl crtic party: for, its absolute And tie 'Gist of the'Kens the closure the of two rears I was com- ing to the surface. If necessary
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; > Contalatnr report stage
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f"1 uselessness. Who had ever heard of l"ply home rule t Notes of Interest Concerning the People plteI cored and have //1 t9 this two or three times till .
on August 25th. .
rif:- .. Depression and Brief Billet..: the democratic party repealing or From All Pars of the World. il\'jor Chamberai. leader of the and Their General Welfare. hi 10 trouble with It L..' I iron I of the right temperature to pIt.

...-..' ", ." --:- I making a law. (Laughter.) The dem- gave that he would ano"SUo Slu. Bememr.HOODSSARSAPARILLACUR its vocation uninterrupte dly. Tlu
; : 'Nmm blT..TJ 'morning hour-in j ocratic -party was not a' party of-pro- Cable dispatches of' Sunday from Jonists. amendment to Mr. Glad- Mt ESH.e saves the frequent changing of .iroi.
r the cholera The Senate Finance Committee,
: : the senate after tie introduction gress. (Republican applause.) There Buda Pesth state that h method.
t .,Wednesday '
ston e's resolution, that the house de of --,
'" "of TjillB,'Hras' largely occupied was no democratic party any more; i broken out in Sisonolk, fiftyfourmiles that the Thursday, agreed to report favorablya <'. Pii. ogre lye I jaudl Z! boU Brdget's .
g vaent's proposal bill for the unconditional repeal of ,stok and cuUatJD ca \
t President Cleveland's of the city.A car' neu Aroused znlated .
by a an to the overloading was party. cat alculated ADe
: r e. was to degrade the heuse'ito 2 '-' --- ,
the Sherman ail botanic alter "
of government buildinps in Waah (Laughter.) -He also paid his sarcastic terrific' lightning storm passed act.Comptroller = A Br that purest bestof itJrev
: ft voting depriving the tho Night. Haste-t-r's touiich l Bittan a rtirravit live -,,
ington with public books ;land documents respects> t the republican party over Denison, Texas, Saturday night. British machie." constitutionalrights Eckels was informed Growth Paring : r ne : Mr. Vest and'charged the depression of Many were struck by lightning Friday that the People's national tile In'o th*proper chaaneK T.ii t w- '
proposing a remedy present persons and ought therefore to be fact that night is the chaa U ace)tipll'1ie I by n tIL4appaya1cs; ot 1,
,1 by the' paauage of a' bill business to republican legislation. Before some of whom may die. withdrarwn. bank, of Winston, N. C.capital$100- It is a curious for tha ye; low tlrwe of the sk'n ani eyeb h..naoaiinew -
4 'appropn _ which nature utilizes growth ri jht .id!. c im-p itton. .' -
ting $300,000 for Mr. Simpson had concluded hisremarks' York A 000, had suspended. time 1*the mora '
a t A New special says; heavy much more In the night Innamea.. dizzmew. nirrel appjirancs ot.the ,
be "Hail of Eecords. the house at 5 o'clock took a this The street rapidly Plants grow I surne'i o' the whicfc.,
know ; storm broke over region $ Wal people are chn be provedany t..njfueand braatl
Saturday 1TE&
te o'clock the eveningsession than in the daytime, as ) liver dyspepsla. ,f,
A big batch recess nominations recess until 8 nigh. The rainfall was tre SOUTHN NEW arriving the conclusion that they Measure a accompany. malaria trubl.\ complaint a r*-:,

je : '';&sent to the senate. There were to be devoted to the debate on in the three cit being. cannot force congress to repeal the time by messuremen"then meakure it againin removed by thJ Bitter_ -k.

,,. eixty-gix names on the lifrt which is the silver bill. About twenty-five to off ; ,- Sherman law and rule silver entirelyout vine at night, -- -
c ; inadequate .
4 .. confined to state and judicial nomina members only were present which caused thctreets carry t'be practically food-' The Dif!! of Her Progress and Pros- as a money metal. They are, the morning will be found and the that\ next the night night down Speech in the i*s'Inr'jt perhaps no\\because silver I;
when the house met at 8 o'clock. and it
tions. There are five minister, twelve impassable.The therefore, now making propositions to that accomplished -
his Mr. Briefly is twoor three times For Dysp'pt In-llMVJon and Stomaclid : ,
concluded speech. growth
consuls-general five secretflriea of legation Simpson advocated first car-load of rice, a thousand Dcrit Noted congress; advising congress what kindof during the day. Dnr'n? !-anlers uso r\yu.: Iron Bitters-th'Best' ;;
five justices, seventeen districtattorneys Morgan, democrat of Missouri, bushels from Hamilton Disston's muck silver laws to pass. Tonic. It rebuild: Blood and stren hen'-:
gather-
of silver. Mr. the the plant is very busy A sptn d m.-diclne.. -
the free coinage day the mxiscl-s.
:.c: nineteen marshals, .two so- Talbert democrat of South Carolina, lands near Kissimmee,'Fla.,.arrived at lIappenins of Interest Portrayed In The decision of the court of arbi- ing nourishment from various sources, and Jebi HaTed person_ ...

: ; Jcitor an assistant attorney general appealed, for free coinage or silver. He Charleston, S. C., Saturday evening.The .ih1 Paragraphs. tration in the Behring sea matter appear and during the night this raw materialis Suspect and watch the man who nerer' !
ad a "claims minister; the Difiston lands is to give satisfaction at life. ,nsake.Fnr .
NINTH was ready to stand by the free coinage crop on good, o general assimilated into the plant inake a
the
DAY.-Aftr' ordinar and the the best. The rice the state and to the members -
plank of the platform, as he quality department The same fact is true of the animal .ad Wbolraeme Quality '
routine Chicago The Cok
: busine8 will be milled in Charleston.A Manufacturing Companyof of the senate committee on for- more rapidly '
Senate, the report on the was ready 6 stand by every plank of MtunphiJun., on Wednesday filed had creation. Children grow Commends to public approval tht'CaifOra'j.
44 Tursday. eign relations which committee >
case was taken up the platform upon which he had been heavy hailstorm twelve miles east an in chancery, when the during the night.. In the daytime liquid laxative remedy,Syrup of Fiira. Itli i }
applcatiun asking all those in
and elected. At the conclusion of Mr.Talbert's of Crookston, Minn., Saturday swept questions charge while the child is awake and active, and by acting '\
made by Mr. Pas that a be appointed to take before the senate. pleasant to thetst. gently oa
& of
., argent remarks the house at 10:15 over a strip of a mile treaty the is kept busy disposing
three-quarters system
.: of Mr. Mantle 'to his charge of the personal property of the kidney,liver and bowels cleanse the !
1 The committee rules of the house this s1
Satur wide and from JBeltram to on activity
until
on
extending
the wastes consequent
o'clok m.
\ -, set under the governor's appointment adjourned W. O. Collier, president of The Memphis tern effectually, promotes the health .
has several in is free to i
Twin fifteen changes the &
day. Valley, Crops upon but sleep system
during
; : mies. Appeal Avalanche Company, decidel comfort of all who use it, and with & t,
TWELFTH DAT.-In the house Saturday were about one third of the They will be reported to the extend its operations beyond the mere mon
ELN DAT.-The senate was presided ct. One-hal and his in business.A id the best and only remedy. J'
: in the absence of the silver debate was resumed the balance is said to be destroyed.Hail asoiats house before thesilver debate has replacing of wornont particles; hence '
over Friday after the of the fell the size of walnuts.A dispatch from Selma, Ala., says: been completed, 'and with general con- Keep your temper unless it i i'*a & one; tf; '
the
immediately growth.
; the vice 'president by Mr. Harris, reading Captain Piiillips of the Dallas Dra- rapid I so,lo-e it and fo.yet to aclvertist it. -.o
., president of the senate tern. A journal and McCreary, democrat, of :Montgomery, Ala., special says: sent will be ordered printed. No actionis This is why so many inyalds needso -
pro
goons, received o| ders from Governor to be taken them however, until I For Impure or thh Blood.W'cakne'R k'ria.
on Ma.
floor in and
long communication from the secretary Kentucky took the advocacyof Although quarantine was raised Mon mwh rest sleep. .
Neuralif'a. InJi"eiton
Jones to hold his lllounes i
the repeal of the purchasing clause both Wetfnesda'y night the debate on silver has been finished. has been taxed for beyond its I take Bro n's it
of the treasury was presented and day against Pens eola, by testate command ib rea&iness to march to the years Ii.fei-1 streng
read on the subject of gold and silver of the Sherman act. Mr. Catchings of Alabama and the city:,} of the trouble in Clarke The senate finance committee will abUity to repair the tissues, and hence Making pi-rsons 01pron' to young take. .*:,

.. :;: payments. A motion to adjourn till democrat, of Mississippi, said he would Montgomery, the governor and mayor'issuing .scene moment's county, report a bill allowing national bank the organism has become worn and strong .
t More trouble the
notice. to
a An
vote for the unconditional repeal of : to issue to the value disabled from the accumulation of A vicious man poos deiL Idle
+Y_ : "Monday was made. Mr. Voorhees, proclamations to that effect; ,3s feared fro the Mechamites and the currency par 1 le s the devi C'OlP to hm .
., : chairman of the finance commite. the purchasing clause of the Sher- the quarantine is still in force against 'state (pa be to end it. their bonds on deposit. The leading waste products, and disease has. resuited. IRa 9100 Reward. 9100. '
.
; ; concurred in the necessity man act and he would vote against Brunswick and all infected places. troops may necessary advocates of this bill express the opin- .-Good Health. I The reader of this paper will to' -
aton
: on the national bank bill. motion tho proposition directly or indirectly Official advices have just been received A Danville, Va., special says: An ion that the senate will pass it without learn that ther i*at least one dre:lea d
,
-to over was withdrawn. looking to the free coinage of silver awful accdent occurred at the county delay. Should it become a law it will Sensible at Last. that science has been able to In
of Mexico from is
adjourn at City Guya- stages,and that Catarrh
I Mr. Voorhees then reported from the in this country at this timeat mas in the state of Sonora, that a line just east of Milton, on add fifteen or sixteen million dollarsto Aunt Wayback-"What kind of a is the only Catarh lal's know t *isffiCure *:M

". committee finance the bill to discontinue any ratio that could be suggested.Ho the Atlantic and Danville railroad, the circulating of the do that you're wearing? medical fraternity. Catarrh acnlt1?
on currency thing
band of 200 Yaquis Indians, on a cattle you cal dita.requires a Coflst1tt jfe
:. the purchase of silver bul was followed by Mr. Livingston of stealing expedition near Arenas encountered Wednesday : orning at 2 :50 o'clock, country. City Niece- my Eton jacket, tonal Hall's Cure I*taken Internally ,'. -.
e- democrat of by which two prssenger coaches and a acting directly on the bood: an I mucous ,
Mr. Richards
and declaring it to be the policy of national The first meeting of the house committee Aunty." Ilr "
lon. Georga. a company into the facps of the system thereby destroying th. ,
/ United States to, continue the that President Grover troops under. Captain Ayala. In the sleeper wero precipitated on rules of the fifty-third con- Aunt Wayback-"Well, I must say foumlation of the disease,anl giving the patient .

: .. use of both gold and silver 'as the Cleveland was right in attributing to fight which followed seven men of the creek below, a of distance of sixty feet gress was hel Thursday morning. All that sort of sensible. The front and assisting strength by nature butldinz indoin-f np the its constitution Tht*"'.** ".

,, standard money. M. Vest, on be- the purchasing clause of the Sherman troops were killed. and the killing seven persons: out- the were present and but little folds back so you won't drop the vit- proprietors have so much faith in 'ork 1
bill the business right and tho oiinding of a numberof ,that they offer Ona Hundred Do iar *
Lalf of.theminorityofhe finance com present depression.The At Bonnet Mills, on the Missouri others. \ progress was made. Only that portion tels on it."-Xcw York Weekly.A powers for any case that It fails to cure. .
t ,-. presented a for the house then, at 5 oclock, took a recess of the rules relating to the pro- o*testmonlul1: Aldres. Sndtorl -
bilL substitute fixes the number of until 8 o'clock. At the evening river, twelve miles east of Jefferson Dr. Horlbeek city health officer of posed increased membership of committees Last Resort. I &Co.Toledo,O.f '
-: session of the house there small City, Mrs. Fosterm, her two childrenand Charleston S. d. states in by Druggists,75c.
to CSld
of-liverJn. the silver coins of was a regard was considered at the meeting. i Patron-"Do intend to teach
:; gains 'Gi.* grains of attendance on'the floor. Mr. Curtis, her sister were drowned Saturday the reported cases of yellow fever onboarD The committees affected are those of you" We Cnre Raptar
4 n They were moving from one your boy a trade? No matter of how long standing Write
: jer'dollar land, proportionately I republican, of Kansas, spoke in sup- night the schooner at Philadelphia, the and means, appropriations, I
pure ser the river to the other and most ways Artisan-Xo, he's too infernal lazy for free treatise, testimonial, etc.. t S J.
i :1 half dollars, "quarters and port of the Wilson bill. Mr. Broderick, uo ships of any description what- judiciary, banking and coinage I Hollensworth & Co., Owego, Tiog .Y.: .
: currency and to make livingat
: good-for-nothing a
of the goods been taken across Price $1 by
of Kansas in favor having had left his with sick- I ; m411 SL1
,: dimes. The bill and substitute were republican, spoke ever port any weights and measures interstateand trade I heard of. Guess
: ; pled on the calendar and Mr. Voor of bimetallism and prosperity which the little family were following in a ness on board ; that there had not foreign commerce, rivers and har- any ever Il I Betcilm'Im"with a di ink of water mora :

; gave notice that he would cal up terms he regarded a synonymous. Mr. skiff, which \vas overturned. been in Charleston or at any point in bors and agriculture. let him adopt some. profession. iJj: leecham's-no. .. other4... 25cts. a boi. o. <[
-- ----- --- -
democrat of Missouri address A special from Port Tampa, Fin of fever --- -- --- --
,
the bill and .address the upon Clrk. the state any case yellow or The officials are now dis-
house in favor of the of that tho German steamship Mark- of the of treasury
coinage
slightest
: it bill for the increase says any case suspicion
Te y.Te cussing a plan to supply tho threaten- "
of circulation was then silver. At the conclusion of Mr. Clark'sspeech omanin, which arrived there from Vera yellow fever in the year 1883.A ing deficiency in the to get .

taken,up and Mr. Allen, populist, of the house adjourned till Mon- .I Cruz, Tampico and Progresso last tejegram from Brunswick, Ga., rid of the treasur 6,000 tons

_.; Nebraska, advocated- the amendment day. ___ Thursday, was ordered to the United says: Drs. Dunwoody and Branham' of silver bullion and supply the coun- NewBread1'A

I .(previously offered by him t suspend DULL BUSINESS. States quarantine station at Dry Tur- and O. V. Barkuloo, the nurse, were try with $150,000,000 of new curren i The
intereeton the bonds tugas Saturday with a reported case of board
steamer
I : on which'te placed on a Wednesdayfor cy. The cash ballance on last Thurs-
increased' circulation is bad. Dan & Co.'s Report;; of Trade for yellow fever aboard. The vessel had the government quarantine at Sap- day dropped half a million. The con-
,- of the bank been detained and disinfected at Mullet ; As endorsed and recommended by
cnsiderble"d the Past Week.B. elo, where they wi remain until all stant fall in the cash balance has attracted -
station.An .
the state
key, quarantine
: amendment from '
.. bi M. Aen's waa re G. Dun &; Co.'s weekly review of danger contracting fever the attention of Mr. Carlisle the New.York Health Authorities.
jetd-jea 1 nays 39. There were trade There is rift in the accident occurred at TroyN. Y., ''i be passed. All looked Veil and again and he has several plans under
a
:
,; a good many pairs announced. The says Sunday morning on the Lehigh Valley reported good health. They were well consideration to relieve this
and indefinite of steady
next question was on the amendmentoffered clouds Faint all the better signs because road crossing on Lake street, in which disinfected by Dr. Hugh Bulord before }lreSlmre. One of these plans is the : Royal Unfermented Bread is peptic, patablemost

.' by M. Oockel for the redemp they improvement come, not are from possibly delusivehopes five people were instantly killed. The leaving the house. issue of temporary loan certificates healthful, and may be eaten warm and fresh without i'
.tion, at its and five unfortunates started with a spirited -
fae acual from aid The intensfc newspaper rivalry in against the future revenues, such
or momentary foreign discomfort those of delicate which
even by digestion
I teest. of such 2 per cent as may i iI but from the good sense and the won- team to drive to church. As they Chattanooga resulted in The News as are regularly issued by the Brit- ,

prentd' for redemption and tot approached the Lehigh Valey' flyer ish cent interest is not true of bread made in other
derful recuperative air of the people .sending ft special representative to government, bearing Iper any way. .
greenbacks to for came thundering along at a of
speed
pay
I them
themselves. Business is Cincinnati to investigate the Amick : "
I t The amendment was opposed by Messrs.i1cPherson trying to go nearly fifty miles an hour, and crashed ,
ahead without waiting for Washington. treatment for consumption. The Times Senator Gordon'* Bill. I To make One Loaf of Royal Unfermented Bread : :.
I and Sherman., Mr. Cock- into the vehicle. All were mangled "
rell advocated it. Mr. Voorhees in Imported gold of $9,000,000 or more b yond recognition. had reported sensational cures throughit Senator Gordon, of Georgia, introduced I 1 quart four. i teaspoonful salt, half a teaspoonful sugar "
during the week does not go to the which the News assumed to ques a bill in the senate Tuesday I 2 teaspoonfuls Royal Baking Powder, cold boiled
iterposed a motion for.an executive The board of directors of the North >-
Thursday The News acknowledges morning suspending the ten cent
session. The into right spot, but the people are creating per potato about the size of large hen's egg and water. .
: I I L executive senate then went a homemade currency for themselves Carolina railroad in session at Raleigh Amick's discovery is all it is tax on state banks for six months, and Sift together thoroughly! flour, sal.sugar and baking powder rub in the .
session first Mr.
: allowing by using certified checks in paying Saturday decided to surrender the exemption claimed, and admits the cures he is addressed the senate in behalf of it. 0 potato; add sufficient water to mix smoothly and rapidly into a '

Butler t offer an amendment to the hands,.selling local accounts and pur- from taxes which that road daily effecting are indisputable facts.It "I do not claim," said the senator, about a soft a for pound-cake; about a pint of water to a quart stbatter. -

bank' bil repaling the 10 per cent tax chasing grain and cotton. The bank circulation has enjoyed. A meeting of the stockholders is reported that the misers at "that it is a panacea for all our ills, i be required-more or less. according to the brand and quality of the flour !

on of state banks At 4:30o'clock' has increased$20,000,000, but is called to meet October 12th Corburn, Va., are in a starving condi but I believe it would stop the panicin used Do not make a stiff dough. like yeast bread. Pour the batter into a
: the senate adjourned until the action of the board of di- greased by 8 inches and inches
the decrease on deposits of national to ratify tion. A few day ago the mines at that fifteen days. The city of Savannah pan. tf deep. filling about fcalf full. The I
: Monday. rectors. This places the last road in is the chief cotton in loa wi rise to fill the pan when baked. Bake in very hot oven 45 minutes
banks alone from May 4 to July 12 was place shut down, throwing a number point our state. first ,
the state the tax list. Governor placing paper over 15 minutes' baking to prevent crusting too soon on
: $193,165,588, and during the past on of men out of employment and leaving Its banks require money to move the top. Bake immediately after mixing. Do not mix with milk.
TEE HOUSE.
Carr this board with
; month withdrawals have also been appointed new them without money to buy transportation cotton crop. This bill will enable one .
: NINTH DAT.-In the house, Wednesday heavy. Little money comes back as this end in view. to some other town or even to Savannah bank to issue notes to the Perfect success can le had only with the Royal Baking Powder. .lecause. it is the i
enty in which the
;: morning after adopting a resolution yet from timid hoarders, and the paralysis The Fort W.IJnemai and express, buy bread. 'heirconaiton is pitiable amount of twenty per cent on its capital action powder necessary to raise the ingredients larger oread prepared, so cs tt give that continuous
q
calling on the secretary of the of exchange is merely as complete carrying $ coin con- in the e verge of stock, and the other six banks would # af

1 treasu for information respecting as ever, but that very fact l Oed signed to Chicago, was wrecked at starvation, they will ver everything endorse i and six hundred thousand a $

eivr. purchases, the debate on the each section and city into relying> Whiting, Ind., Friday night. The that will servo as as food for themselves dollars least would be thrown into The best baking powder made i is, as shown by analysis #

r .'.-'. bill was resumed :Mr. JfCCfl. more on itsel and less on government engine was thrown from the track and and their suffering families. that great cotton center. This would the "Royal." Its leavening strength has been found S
of Massachusetts, speaking which contained the coin be is in circulation
and on street. Many concernsare the car was as good money as
;, bill. Mr. McCall was followed by Mr. wal Major William Mattinon Robinson, in the United States superior to other baking powders and far I know $
failing or closing, but resumptionsare burst open and the treasury partly city editor of the New Orleans Pica- and would be accepted as as :,,,
Combs, of New York. While speaking now becoming somewhat frequent' thrown out and scattered in the mid- died by my people. Our banks are it is the only powder which will raise large bread
Friday aged fifty-tbree $
,
iL; : for the repeal of the purchasing and in the very shrinks of productionwe dle of the highway. A posse w.a secured 1/unc He was born in New ; now not able to even get their own perfecty.

j* '. ':, clause of the Sherman act, he referred see evidences that the demand must to guard the money, and at years., of revolutionary ancestry Hampshire set- money. This temporary currencywill Cyrus Edson, M. D. j'j'j

_. .. to notes and thereby broke the natural soon evertake the supply.No dawn Saturday morning it was takento type; and reported in Boston before remove the embargo against our j Com'r of Health, New-York City. ,
flow of his eloquence. another train. own cotton would be
such shrinkage resulted at anytime Chicago by the war, rose to the rank of brevet crop. I equal

: : TENTH DAT.-Mr. Daniels, of New in five weary years after the panic The ,reports of specie from the portof major of Massachusetts volunteers, to a ship load emptied into the state." Breadmakers using this receipt who will write the result I I

; York opened Thursday's debate in the of 1873, a has already appeared in New York for the past week were and became a resident of Louisiana Unconditional Itrpcnl Hill in the Senate. of their

\'.' house with a speech urging the uncon- the great; industries. Pig iron does $264,600, all silver. Of this amount when the war ended. has been one Senator Voorhees, of Indiana, went 0 experience will receive, free, the most practical cook S ']

ditional repeal of the purchase sect not raliyi but sells at $14 at New York $225,000 went .to Europe and $9,600to of the leaders of l journalism inXew over to the goldbugs Friday and votedin book published, containing 1000 receipts for all kinds of
tions of the' Sherman act. He was and $13 at Pittsburg for No. 1 the senate committee on finance to
though South America. The imports of Orleans for twenty-five years. $ cooking. Address'
.. followed by -Mr. Cooperof" Florida theweekly output has been reduced epecie at the port of New York for report an unconditional repeal bill.
j
The creditors of Josiah Morris
= democrat, who announced himself as 46 per.cent since May 1st, but a few the week were $11,253,006, of which k His vote carried the bill through. 0 ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEWYORK."German .
Co. of Ala. held
I to proposition made by Montgomery, a Without it the committee
oppose every large iron and steel works are begin- 11,249,700 were gold and $4,216 sil was a tie '
and for unconditional meeting Thursday to formulate] plansfor '''' .
siter men ning to resume operations. Thoughfive ver. The gold consisted of $843,849American 5 to 5. The vote stood : Yeas-Voor-
I v .-** :repeal. !rr. Goldzier democrat of re-opening the bank, and the hees McPherso'n Sherman
failed and twenty-four stopped gold coin, 1,662,398 for- Morrill, .'
: : : Illinois, spoke in favor of the repeal during the week,fourteen have re eign gold coin and $1,152,168 gold committee appointed to examine the Aldrich, Allison, the last four being MEND YOUR OWN HARNESS
'
condition of tho firm's affairs
; ,, of the Sherman bill and raised hi sumed. Only a third of the Connells- bullion. presented republicans ; nays-Harris, Vest, WITH
voice in support of the creditor cl a report, which was received with Vance, Jones, of Arkansas and Jones
l8 vile coke ovens are at work; but coko ,
:.. which did not, he said, consist of at $1.25 gives a better chance to Information was received by the enthusiasm and unanimously adopted.Out of Nebraska. The bill as reported f THOMSON'SSLOTTED 1

.:>- ., banker and brokers of Wal street iron manufature. Sales of wool Charleston health authorities Saturday of 650 creditors more than 300 repeals the purchasing clause of the .
:t-' : of the of about noon that there was yellow S signed the agreement, provided in the
: : but great mass people. in seven have been only 17,575- Sherman law and then declares for
,. week fesrer at Tampa, Fla. The telegram their claims about
report, aggregating
: At the conclusion of Mr. Ooldzier's 600 pounds, against 50,327,380 last The full text of the bill Syrup '
announced that a steamer had arrived $1,000,000. All will sign and the bank bimetalsm. ::
'. Mr. Weadock
announced the CLINCH
RIVETS.
,. p.. remark. year and 30,450,800 in 1891, and it Is with eight cases of the disease aboard.As resume. as folows, omitting the enacting
,. : hi colleague, J. Logan stated that 93,000 looms and 4,200- I clause : Boschee's German No tool nqupc; Only a lmme nettled to dri.a
'Chipman The usual usual, the authorities took imme- That much of the Syrup more and clinch ,and iho elmeJiabeolutely
Michigan. fo act t"l
approved Illc.
000 spindles in New July 14. .. !I.Yu1
England
are now
.
successful in madt laUM
DIRECTED TO THE CAPITAL. the
diate action in tho matter and declareda treatment MU no
itled of
1890. Con-
'. .o resolutions were adopted ant the which than en an act directing the pnrclma! of leather for the Thar! are strong,
nr bur 1..1.
means
the idlE more a qua.ter quarantine against Tampa. The -- silver bullion &1i i issue of treasury notes thereon sumption than any other remedy loach and durable. now In UM. Altlsiwthis.
speaker appointed following committee of the cotton spindles in the country Land for other purpose, as directs .ihe ,secre .nnllbrra or suite,pot op In ou.: .
notified and A to Thousand Un- ani It has
to take action in the police department was Seu'me Fie prescrbd. been tried under Ask fteavler send taatampa
:e. premises: but twenty-nine mills and five tho treasury to from time to your for them or 4
; special officers were immediately detailed Workmen in Washington.A tar silver bullion purchase every variety of climate. for a box ol iOO. ,t. llia'fd
Messrs.Weadock, Whiting, McMiin. other cotton and woollen mills have employed to the aggregate amount of In the "llrO. .
: : Gorman, Caruth Cannon, while have to watch each incoming train special of Friday from St. Louis, four million five hundred thousand ounces, or bleak, bitter North, in damp New JUDSON L THOMSON MFG. C0.WALTIIAfl .,
Dlnoil.
twenty-eight ranch thereof J15L55.
be
Powers, Haugcu and Ailkiu. Te resumed one failed during the and prevent passenger from Tampaarriving Mo., says: Committees of the unemployed BO month at the market ns price may thereof offrred, not in each England, in the fickle Middle States,

4i house then as a tribute of respect spped. in the city. : in the various labor associationswill ing $1 for 371.55 grams of pure silver,exce- in the hot, moist Sbuth-every-

: the memory of the deceased at 11:50 The more hopeful sign should be in- Surgeon Branham died at Brunswick take up their station at the union issue in payment for such purpos treasury where. It has been in demand by

t o'clock adjourned. terpreted with the understandingthat Ga., at 5 o'clock Sunday morning depot and the freight yards of the various notes hereby of repealed.th; United States, an 1 the same is every nationality. It has been em-

ful after lingering twenty-six hours in roads running into St. Louis ployed in
a genuine of business can- AI,1 it is hereby dec'ared to be the policy of every stage of
ELEVENTH DAy-Tenew members of not begin until a larger; demand for, an unconscious state. As soon as the from the west, meet nil persons look- the United States to continue the U of both tion. In brief it has Consump

:: the house contnueto como to the front. goods and better conditions otherwise death was bulletined, a large crowd of ing for work, explain the situation and g<'ld and ilvtr a* standard money and to coin by millions and its the
The star speech the day Friday both gold and silver into into only true and
enable of'the sympathizing friends gathered on the ask the traveler to proceed to Washington money equal in. reliable
was delivered by Mr. Sibley of Pennsylvania a greater proportion ttretit and exciiauKeable value. Such equity to Consumption Remedy.
I and mills and street corners and discussed the unfortunate D. C., to make a demonstration beseemed (
shops 'remu- through international Do Not Deceived1f1
t agreement, I Be
the of the
employ
only member Key- nerate labor yet the man's fate. The body was before congress. Leaders in or by such} sif guards of le ill&tiOI as will in- 0CUnEO With } Enamels and P lnu"bleb 118 I
T tone state who is opposed to placing closing a exceed in number those in sheets, soaked bichloride every large city in the country have Kine Ibo mtintaiuaiice the parity in value of CANCER I I andl Injure the Iron and hUf rpd"I .t I
the United States a single gold 'ork wrappec the two metals and the rqnal power of even I I Sun Store !. Brilliant I
upon
and around the lifeless agreed to the plan. ; is to Durable, Oot
expected the
and the failures continue mercury PI
I consumer
dollar for
resuming, at all times in the markets and in the ad 10 W
standard and who is firm advocate py
a form rolled. gather five thousand in Wash WITHOUT THE V glA eyer"pflrc
each week to restrict the n.nmber of a large nationa1ag was men payment of debts. Or of aInfu K U'r: p"wIt
l 1 of bimetallism. 'The silver debate I The casket body were quickly ington. And it is hereby fit'th'.r that theefort8 ter us. bur ing, _
able to share in the employmentof c1cc'arc Cancerl
resumed immediately after the frs of the .ovirnincnt P.H. CJdu.i\cl mSHSmuch
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in the { steadily ili.r $ AN
'a to Green'l
transported a grave new iLSEAT"A"MTUY"MEDTcTNEi'
and the transaction of busi- YELLOW FEVER AT TAMPA. llatorium
.reading of the journal and the to the elit hment of bach a safe svttem o IFor
the of the to.BU..e.
and in
fool cemetery, presence f bimetallism wi.l maintain at ro 51.a.a.le. 2
t..U".U.n
3 was accorded Mr Sibley who' ness.The failures this week number 455 surgeons, the undertaker and minister, Eight Cases of the Dread Disease Reported the equal power of every a dollar coined al tme Cures .and.all dIeOrdez %& : 1
for more than two and not. formoment'did by the slat- in ihemaiketand =liver i
the and
hour lowered to its last'resting place.A Scrofula Boweln
was payments
in United States 192 for
the
a he } attention against in That Harbor.A of debts. I RIPANS TABULIS Bad"

of his colleagues; and&k in his maiden:I the same week last year, and 27 in dispatch Sunday from Texar- Savannah Ga., special of Sunday This bill gives the senate something mother Mrs.E.J. Medford, Mass., her i 1 a fi552.1ixu geaj! "yet<*w'i Uwi ue. l I

speech he took the front rank with the Canada, against 25 last year. Of the kana, Ark."says:' The majority of the says cas of fever are reportedfrom tangible to proceed upon and opens four ha been of cu red of Scrorla by the says ue of 1 a=(8 Tlai.5c. Pcka orsent pc'bymaiL bQZei I=

orators and of the United States failures 154 were in the democrats in this_section are strongly Tampa. The report comes from the fight and senator Vorhees will make other tie havln, halt 5 i'oltrpsplHr )P .
huorist hoWe to anl1 CUtIOAL CO., ew J
The debate."'as suspended for the eastern states, 84 in the southern I favor of the free coinage of silver, the health officer at that port. the first speech upon the bil'Some of ruc het.a qui i g low condition bing ".. --. au,-.:-,., Verk' -

.' tie being, in order to allow Mr. Catch- states and 217 in the western states. and aejiaturally much depressed with It is understood that the cases are on a the conservative silver Judge coud not Ih'e. COlT CURED: SEND,N.EleIn.BcIleyI1l..J.for FRiE Circular.J. .

t t ;" to report from the .committee' ou Pensacola's Raised. President Cevlamlslate message to schooner in the harbor that has just Culberson and Mr. Bankhead are becoming INHERITED

) "' 'I rules a resolution authorizing the Quarantine congress on question. At Bu- come from Havana. The detail are somewhat doubtful about the S O.FUL.

: ;: speaker to appoint the various'committees A Pensacnla special says: At an chanan 1 mass meeting of about 150 meager, but enough to city result in the senate. my, which b herditr

f } of the house. No additional early hour Saturday official Mayor communication Chipleyreceived voters, nearly all democrats, was held authorities to at once order a quaran- For a fe bad given ConaamptlTcs and people -.

ti ; '? committees are provided for, bit an an Friday night. Resolutions bitterly tine against Tampa'and the most rigid Tux greatest depth under .water ever recoTer"l fnly I was who have weak Inncavr Asthma
r. .. increase In is made in from Governor Jones, of Alabama, denouncing Cleveland the steps be taken to keep anybodywho reached by :i diver is believed to have cured him, and bottlessymptoms .inonldtu 1'tso'Cnre for \
membrship that Alabama's quarantine proclamation 8 wl been attained by John Christiansen the disease remaial JO of Consumption. It baa cared :
of the ,
pion Capt.
enemy
and .
; some of the commit money power an in'any way been exposed to T.l. tkons.nd. 11 baa not Injur.edose. .
-,
had been The railroad who- nt down 193 feet below the' It Is not bad
totsk.
c i ts The resolution.was aopt and schedules were re\oke.immediately placed in of the common people were the fever from coming near Savannah. surface at Elliot Bay, Wash. O b"BloJ S an,1-s ,Di5a llathrie,!ls. It la lbs beat cough aymp.
after which recently. ma1" .
debate adopted, the presidentwas SWIF re Sold TetTe *5e.
slver' was ; Y force, and both.night anti d y trains hanged in and afterwards 1n'187-all London houses were com He remained at that depth in his armor SrclPlc. Co.Alan. !. .Ca, :

; -' of New York] tk- ore now runniug"juet flu they were ]>e- shot end riddled efg 1nllets.S pelled for the first time to be connected for twenty minutes, without in oD\'eui- 'C AN C E R Curetl Permanentl'r' #
jng the Iloo He ifoflow&l NO KNIF..
{ ; bl lot. the .scare-"upset t makers. with sewers. ence. .NO 13.POlsON NO
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