Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1893
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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:" t: FARM? GROVE AND GARDEN. ing entomological protection experts of the government should not only Its FLORIDA NEWS NOTES. The, railway Savannah is endeavoring, Florida: and to reduce Western I I rAT THE NA TI N CAPITAL. STARKE DRUG CO.

t: spread abroad knowledge regarding uiepenses without discharging any oi .

i inwects injurious to vegetation but also I its employes Most railroads and other '

j;; Merest Notes for Florida Fruit ani correct information Bft to those blcha.re Items of Merest GatbeM' at Ranta large corporations nowadays who I t Affairs. of Government and Routine of WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-

;: r>ij Truck Growers helpful to the farmer.Svslrm from All OVer flu Stat ;f usually find it necessary meet the requirement to reduce expenses by discharging tie House art Senate D cnssed. .

.j ? ot.ILidgin<< : for Fotritves.. A certain numbef of haridsj. Manufacturing Chemists.Our .
. f: The editor' of the thus the roll down to the
agricultural Mo- The court of :PIC td* kma cutting pay Notes of interest Concerflltttf the Peo-
In China a favorite method of propagating bile Register supreme limit. Capt. Fleming, siii I
for ; required
against ridges .
I:E the orange consists iu fastening the fall crop at argues great length, and his adjourned until the 6th. of Septeber.S perintendent of the Savannah, Florida 'I pie and Their General Wetr ff. I stock is the purest and best. Prices the lowest

e around a limb a mixture of earth views are sound: : and Western railway, probably

r: 4 and clay, making a lump about five In case of lands low, fiat and inclined I The sale of oranges has begun, and possesses the confidence of his men in burgeon General Wyman- of the I We guarantee onr
:, inches the transactions much earlier than ,
t through. This lump is covered' to the are degree as railroad
wet, ridge system for po-I as great a any marine hospital service, received a ,
: t and tied in every way with braided tatoes may be all well enough, but usual. official in the country. A word of advice cablegram Wednesday front th* 011t AGUE CURE OUR ASTHMA SPECIFIC

, f. : grass. An old tin can is now tied just j case of lands high and naturally well I from him to his employes will effect -t reau officer at Antwerp, Belgiunl, '! FEVER AND ,

; above the lump and kept filled ith drained, what ate the iilges fof, any- I.I. The state printer has commenced ; morn than an order would stating that the new cholera cases i'
: ;: \ water. The latter leaks I Work on Volume 32, Florida Supreme make to be the hest.Physicians' .
through a way? Wh can offer a reasonable an- ( front the superintendent of almost any there average two daily. ( 'And everything we

: t small hole made for the purpose onto 1S'el'0 this question? Arc they made I CoUtt Reports. other toad in a similat case. '
: :fi : the the clay, thus it with Secretary Carlisle sent to the house .
keeping moist. a view to securing a greater I S 44
-: As soon as there is evidence of j Smut on the orange trees is worrying Friday letter recommending an appropriation -: Prescriptions Carerully Filled Dayor
I plenty depth mellow soil? If so, why not :Fishermen from North Carolina are of 300,000 for continuing I
; of roots in the aerial soil the limb is t dig down for it instead of laboriously the orchardists in Alachua county. .' Hocking to the banks of the river at the recoinage of f1'actionalsilt'er coins.

.. ; cut off just below it and no matter scraping it ? there is At present they say they are in the and Night.
I tIp Really only Punta Gorda, Savannah also has a The secretary asks that the approclrin-:
J { : what the time of rooted dark as' well as their trees.
a tree is one sensible that be
year argument can ad- : large representation there. There are tion
be made available .
immediately.Six FLA.
: : ; thus available for Betting out. Such vanced in its favor-the one admitted +.. *. about 150 men" at Punta Gorda in the ST.A..B. E If

:: ; trees with green oranges on when severed '- by our Contemporary: "Potatoes can The prospects for a good season | employ of Savannah firms. The fish hundred and thirty-six thousandounce

? tO.; ; from the parent tree, have actually : bo gathered more conveniently when among the fish dealers so far appear i being caught just now are of the Mullet of silver were offered for sale to

t r' \ : been known to ripen.-Times planted and cultivated in ridges," but, I bright, and extensive preparations are variety.' They weigh from two to the treasury department Wednesdayat
: I
i. ; Union. I as he truly adds: "The maiu thing to being made at Punta Gorda for large three pounds, running pretty regular ptices ranging from 76 cents to 76 RtlieTes til iofeii,so(tlt" imxTmt m mbtma uid -
t : II 3-4 cents The whole cumGONORRH AaadGLEn''ltodan.N -
1t I worry over is to be sure of having the I'I'I shipments of the tinny tribe. in size. Mr. Sullivan estimates that an ounce. _ ome.'a. < fc : Hort leu!tural Note*. lotatoes to amount was declined at the prices ask- KINCH I _-_ _- le ,es any injuiou iftet tf ttt. 1'rtQt Jw Sold --
gather. there at least 150,000 mullet
t !:, : If newly set trees suffer from drouth Why should potatoes not be planted I A dispatch from Chicago is to the 1 day hauled in at Punt Gorda. These per e3 and 75 1-1 cents tendered. BLOOO BALM CO..Pro'..Manft.C<. '..I
4 mulch the ground about them when The committee and I I 0
in on means
; ridges? This question bo effect ways
can answered that Director-General Davis of figures will astonish the uninitiated
: possible, sprinkle or shower the stems II 'held its first meeting Wednesday
j I I.
"That World's
easily enough. the Columbian '
. branches. preparation exposition authorizes but it is nevertheless a fact. The run -
: or morning. All the members -- ---
.1 ;' of the soil which better conserves the statement that Arthur C. i of the mullet continues until about were pres

.; ; shag Fruit bark trees have covered' with moss or moisture! to fall back on in time of I Jackson is unconditionally recognizedas I Jan. 1, when they go out to deep water -; ent. Chairman Wilson was authorized OUR LATEST DISPATCHES
an offensive look and to sub-committees clerks
appoint ,
drought is to be
; Ii afford harbor .preferred, says our the executive commissioner for I to breed. After Jan. 1, the fish I ,
a for myriads of insects. and other and
employes. Tuesdays
contemporary. This clearly Florida at the World's fair.
0\ : ; They should be scraped and washed tho question as reasonable I: I caught are bheephead, pompano and Fridays were fixed as the regular meeting I i '

.' : with with whale water. oil soap or potash mixed can easily see any on a little reflec person I Capt. Powell*of*Micanopy.* says he I i Spanish mackerel.* *. I days. ';I The Happenings of a Day Chronicled in I BOTANIC

tion. Presuming that the soil is well Chairman Wilson Thursday appointed -
; i Rye in an orchard is better thanE expects: to get seventy-five bushels The Jacksonville Metropolis states 'I' Brief and Concise Parajrraplis
pulverized, and is rich enough for from one acre planted this in Henry Talbot of Illinois, clerk of BLOOD BALM :
grass, and if near the ] year up- that from the phosphate
3 E poultry yard results, the main obstacles in the way lanil tice. This i is an parties sections the committee on ways and means. Mr.
enormous Jiold
I will sometimes furnish good winter of a fine of to be dreaded report that the stringency of the Talbot was employed in the same capacity -i'
crop potatoes i thoroughly tested Remedy
for land And
any or clime, and shows that Containing tie Gist of the KewiFrom
: pasturage for the fowls. But it market is their .
; should in the money now affecting of Mor i
. lower South, is possible periods the under the chairmanship FOR ALL 0
be plowed under early in the spring. of a damaging drought. Of orange business is a mere bagatelle business to such an extent as to force rison and: :Mills, and since the fiftieth All Parts of the World.A r
: as to what could be done in rice BLOOD and SKIN
Grass I I
always holds growth in check by course all know that drought is I suspensions; of mining and shipping J I congress has been connected with the DSESE.'bis
the millions of roots that demand I! planting. for the next ninety days, thus throw- standard .
brought about For interstate commerce Commission.A reme3
, : by evaporation. a I special of Sunday to the New York .Dc found" for
' nourishment. t.
ing out of employment numberof used
a large -
To raise timo there has been at partial or All traces of fear and apprehension Washington special of Wednesday Time from Boston says Josiah Quincy with rer'A\rt w lb'IICI&D. SUCCP5.for aU
juicy fruit that has a rich tire This is perhaps the most Is
persons. recommended.
suspension in the usual en-I' diseases for wit"B
I have As viewed from a I mailed letter to President Cleveland -
and find : treasury a
: ,- flavor, the trees should be watched The disappeared, people serious effect yet felt in Florida from says never falls to befl etU rr.mhl lirst dos all
atmosphere becoming dry little to talk about on the streets. i standpoint tho general financial situation Friday night in which he tendered quickly and ellVctUMfr' .driving out
through the entire the from the ,
season to guard tightness of the times. Now whatis disease germs .tf1 tbrlJ
- "thirsty, as we say, rolls'over the Tho yellow fever topic had been discussed of the country shows, improvement, his regignation of the office of as- medium of the skin. -
against insects and to become of this class of I &f
, l
large injurious
: fungus, surface without
preventing of the soil and takes any unpleasant
up accessible Until it had become threadbareand slight perhaps", but believed to be sistant secretary of state. leVI It Is uvt the lgOu, nca
. rank growth of wood and phosphate! laboters during the -
moisture like suspension I Mpmtltlon. but It Is founded upon
of other n dry sponge, no one could be found to intro- permanent. Bank failures have almost I The paid admissions to World's fair or en(>and thorough knowlean*
of rnmmoa
crops near the trees and operations is a mattet of much I .
? carrying it In the old-fashion i
away. duce new ot of the entirely ceased banks that suspendedare of n f*V a exciting ktetcP.
phase total
t *- feeding the trees liberally. Too frequently ed high potato ridge there is three I concern. It is estimated that at least Saturday were 164,800, making a purifieS( M4 enrl.be" and brlnifihpaltb
or matter. Pensacola resuming business gold which A.ft genera tonic
Daily News. to tUI (
for the week of This
i we forget that trees need 2,000 employes will now be idle andif I over 1,000,000. Rterer. of
I '
{ any four feet of sutface directly exposedto It Is without nd in t anal1sl1
poured out of the is returningand
f';; attention until sharply reminded of contact with this some employment is not soon secured country ill the banner week of the fair, the average healtb-glvlnc proItnles. It remedy absolutely
absorbing agent is any
of confidence beyond eye
a general feeling
Z :' our mistake by a small product of un- and acted by it in the President J. L. Skipworth of the they will suffer. This is about attendance, including Sunday, oflercd to tbc public. Itl a panacpafo a
taking I
;. j", : salable fruit in the fall. and carrying upon of moisture. The up Florida normal school and business the worst yet felt in the state from the being restored. when the attenance was over 21,000, Ills bed iwnlting blood-the from current Impure of jn life* ImpveI

'. potatoes inside away the about the college at White Springs states that financial flurry, and it is much feared Saturday was a great day in the being over 143,000.A rare erofnta.And 1.1"; _.Kftrm* Kklnnts
'" ridge are aaca 'atarrljHlaESfT
. 1'<. Quarantining Asmlnnl fuserU. same-distance from the surface at the there is a free scholarship due one student that it will force the suspension of house. It was a field day. There has Nashville' Tenn., special of Saturday .w"r.IUptOn"1 Kl-D Weak-

. :: With the county authorities in California sides as at the top. Now, supposing (lady or gentleman), in the liter- I other branches of industry. j I not been such a day of :oratory in this says : Without taking a vote on new, Xcrvvtw Dte Disn* .Da ete

. if. : the subject of public defense that, when we knew the drought was ary department of the college from .* branch for many years. All the great the proposition, the employee of the
against insect enemies is one that receives setting in, we should haul soil and fill each senatorial district in Florida. The i I Ii The Ocala Capitol remarks: The orators of the body appeared before Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Lotti INVESTIGATE for our Free FOR BoOfc YOURSEF.end wf *
3 state senators have the of the footlights so to speak. The galleries railroad have their authorIzed Information tozetber will, a wonderful -
special attention, and liberal j j the furrow or space between those power ap- soldiers and visitors were charmed through of remarkable
I of
crowded their fullest army
appropriations are made, both by the ridges up to a leel with their .' pointing. The new school year begins with the cit.Vjthe people and the beau wete to I I I representatives, accepted the re- cures front eerttrte'simplent to the mont virulent -

counties and by the state, for carrying I This course would cover the tOP8'1'I Thursday, September 5. Applicants I tiful camp that had been prepared for capacity. Every seat on the floor was.' duction of the 10 per cent. in wages. failed.disease Thee certificates known testify remedmjbad witjj
filled and the interest manifested in .
on war with these insidious foes The the !and senders should address the president I them. of them The Columbia S. C. House no lound. IbM Botanic
ridges and cut off their exposure, They came, many exi the of the silver debate Clearing Balm Is the be .cheapest.snlrkesr.grea.l-
ordinances bearing on this subject in leaving, say, only about one foot of I:I at White Springs! Fla. i pecting to see a one-horse town inhabited -I closing day great Association held a meeting Saturday est and Mot powerful Blood Purlflar ever
intense. known
I was speakers were world
Ventura county are particularly btrict, surface exposed by two-for-a-nickel people the night and perfected arrangements for bottlM. i
immediately on top. I the best that each side had to present. ratcs-p.O per bottle;*'.O :r 6
.., as may be seen from the following selections There could be no evaporation directly What we need just now, says the I streets dimly lighted with kerosene issuing clearing house certificates. The For sale by druggists;It not seadto as.
from I Apalachicola Times, is "free and unlimited" t The repeal men, however, presentedthe BLOOD BALM CO.Atlanta, Os.
them: from the sides of the ridges, because !! ;I lumps, etc., but instead they found aj plan adopted was to issue certificatesfor Address
of the debate.Members .
I Trees and plants accompanied by a of their protection from contact ,I confidence in the ability and j little giant, inhabited by energetic, I strongest men two-thirds value of securities deposited ; ; ; -

t certificate that they arc clean from an I with the atmosphere, and as a conse- I wisdom of this great country to deal I public-spirited citizens, electric lights, of the Georgia delegation with the association, and to .,'

" : inspector, or an affidavit that they aro quence the only moisture they would i rightly with the financial question street carp, water works, a magnificent I in congress Thursday morning received the amount of 20 per cent of the bank-

, ",, 1 clean from the grower (where they lose would be the comparative little | and to keep every dollar of its money swimming; l>ooland many other things a telegraphic; appeal from a citizens' ing capital.An Had Considered That P'lnt.

I have no inspector), may be passed at drawn to the general surface by capil- I on nn equality with the best in the they did not expect: to find, and best i iI committee of Brunswick, asking for Austin,* Texas dispatch says:

t., I once after a slight examination by the lary attraction. The sides of I I world, and "an immediate increase I of all, they learned that Ocala's hospitality ..: immediate aid in the way of provisions Cotton planters tell a doleful tale In Illinois there is an old law on the

:1 local inspector, if found clean; but the ridges would remain moist, '| and distribution of the per capita" of I is one of her leading charac- ', or money. Congressman Turner, in about the condition of cotton, whichis I statute-books to the efec that in criminal ,

' t trees not accompanied by such certificates and that moisture would extend ,I that confidence wherever it is lacking.It I teristics. When the time came to depart "}lOse district Brunswick lies, had. a suffering for rain, and they assert cases the jury i of the
; j or affidavits' must be : is the best circulating medium in their adieus with long conference with Surgeon General well the facts." Thoughnot
. very through the ridge from side to I were mingled that they will not make more than baleto [law a a
: ; carefully examined, without regard side, and hence would exist about the the world. I praise and thanks, and this, in itself, Wayraan after receiving the telegram.The six acres. Buyers are promptly pay- often quoted, once in a while a
f to the inconvenience and I I 0 will be of inestimable benefit to object of the conference was to as- lawyer with a desperate case use
roots makes
-. or tubers of the crop. On the our ing for all offered, the ruling price I
: delay caused to shippers by such ex other hand, if the middles between the The following cargoes of phosphate I city in days to come. All in all, the certain if help for the unfortunate citizens being 6) cents for middling. Many '! ol it. In one case the judge ( "
; have recently been shipped from Punte could be given by the marine hospital the that it was to judge of the law
amination. Trees I
moved from will be and
filled encampment a
one ridges were not ,as suggested, the farmers refuse to take this, and haul I II jur
district into another within the county sides of the ridges would be directly Gorda : Comer, Hull & Co., by Bsitish beneficial advertisement whose worth service. Surgeon General ',"yi their cotton home to hold for higher Is wel a the facts, but added that it was

,;;:' ; must be accompanied by a certificate exposed to evaporation, and on that I steamship Apex, Gipson, for Plymouth, I cannot he computed in dollars and i man was very sympathetic and promised .I I not judge of the law unless it was
I II Eng. 3,000 tons Pease River Phosphate to do all in his to alleviate prices. fully satisfied that it knew more law than
; power
: and the inspector notified of their account would soon become dry and ( f'ntll. _______ was',
t.-l; ; arrival before planting. baked in drought the effect ; Co., by British steamship Victory i the miserable condition of the poor | The Fourth National Bank of Lou- thejudge. An outrageous verdict
a extending
? : Ordinance No. 18 makes it unlawful I inward from either side to the- :!I Brotherton, for London, Eng., I An Unuatural Infur'uer.A : people who are left in Brunswick. An isville, Ky., one of the fife Louisville brought in, contrary to all instructionsof
I to
j 3,300 tons. Total 6,300. These are I t-ffort will be made to furnish food and banks to suspend payment during the the who felt called upon rebuke -
: for to haul in roots of the court
or plants them without
any person carry or I I At last one old farmer
recent resumed business Satur-
: 11 the two largest cargoes ever loaded ata court officer in N. J. medicine out of the epidemic fund at panic,
through any public highway of the sufficient moisture to admit of a''I Jersey City, said he, "wereB'te
Florida port and are remarkable for ? the of of the disposal of the bureau! if it can day. The City National and the Merchants' arose. "Jedge,
county of Ventura any fruits or anything utilizati. of the llant.foo in the u course some to jedge the law as the factar''Certalniy
1. having upon it, or being affected i soil ; and thus tho crop would be both I i having gone to sea over a natural bar lueer litigants and lawyers, writes that be thus utilized. This course is being National will also resume ," was wel response a ; "butI
within few informal meet-
J. that never has had a dollar expendedon some seven or an unnatural taken under consideration and it is a days.
with, any scale bug or other insect famished for drink and starved for years ago told not to judge the law unless
;' injurious to fruit trees or vines. it. i : application was made to the I hoped that a favorable decision will be ing of the stockholders of the Kentucky you were you clearly satisfied that you knew
t. food.No :ourt. It was made by a man who claimed reached. National bank will be held to "
:! Any local inspector in the county principle could be plainer. Level I I the law better than I did. \eI.
. i;:, may use the county's spraying or gas- preparation of tho land for the crop, Now that Florida is in a fair way to that he was entitled to a reward of Eleven JMnjorlty In I he Senate. discuss the matter of re-opening that- jedge,"answered the farmer as he
get something like a creditable exhibitat I thirty dollais. He had given information That the bill for unconditional repeal institution. "we considered that
ing outfit to disinfect any nursery or and level after culture, keeps the field his quid, p'int"-
: orchard in the county; hut he must constantly mulched with earth the Chicago through the change of I from which the led to the capture of a desert-that will pass the senate is quite ascertain I The receent advices received by Sec- [Argonaut.
and he
charge and collect $1 per day from same as it would be did we fill between I.I commissioner, one of the greatest interests I he ar entitled army, the reward. On reference as that it will pass the house. retary Morton from one of bis agents

I' the owner of the nursery or orchardfor I I the ridges on an approach of drought.It I;. of the state should be properly I, was to the.. record to) it was found that the- I The supporters of the Voorhees bill I in Europe, Mr. Matte!!, fully affirm The Pecos BrIJse, Texas.

the use of the same and turn the I supplies the plants with both moisture : pr.>s"nted and the beautiful Spanish I reward had already been paid to the policeman confidently claim eleven majority previous reports"regarding the shortage :

money over to the horticultural commission and elements of fertility at th..es I mackerel and other varieties of fish who arrested tho deserter, and without the three new senatoas from of certain crops, in sections of Another great engineering work 'recently

; who will turn it into the when under the ridge system they: should be sent to Chicago forthwith in he appeared to have deserved it, as he the western states, who may or may I Europe, which he represents is likely completed in' Texas is the very

county treasury. would he seriously robbed of each, I order that the disciples of Isaac Wal- had a long chase after the man. During not be in their seats at this time. Thereare I to create a very large demandfor high cantilever bridge over tho Pecos

: while at the same time<", it has not the ; ton throughout the world may know the dispute which ensued, a remark was eleven senators who have not as yet American forage crops, includingcorn River. This bridge, some' 330 feet high.

1 Bern anil Fruit. slightest adverse effect.Electricity I that the finest fish in the world are to made which caused the judge to make annouced their final determination although he does not think it while not the highest in the world, is

; According to two writers quoted by II I be found on the Florida coast.-Ex. an exclamation surprise. Addressingthe as to how they will vote. Of these likely that much of the latter will be one of the highest, and at the sametime

j the Times-Democrat horticulture and --'- -- I applicant he asked, "Who did you seven are said .to be wavering toward used as a human food.A one of the most considerable railroad

: apiculture should go hand in hand, From Co ."' W. T. Kelly, a successful local to- say the deserter is?" 'The man blushed unconditional repeal and four towardsthe Toledo, 0., dispatch of Sunday structures ever'erected. When the engineers :"

; each being conducive to the success of I bacco grower of Lake City, recently I I and hung his head. "11e is my brother,'' substitute. A great deal would says: The famous personal damage locating that par of the Southern

I the other where the two are associated. One of the philosopher's stones of I stripped and weighed 1,150 pounds of he said at last. "Do you mean," inquired I seem to depend on the vote in the I suit against P. M. Arthur, chief oft I Pacific Railroad Ojme Pecos River,

I A correspondent of the Canadian electrical inventors is the problem! of obtaining fine cigar leaf as the product of one the judge, "that you informed I house, the size and character of the the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineer they wanted to go directly timid counsels across with a
Horticulturist I I 3-4 acre piece. Some of his is against your own brother? The man i majority the Wilson bill receives. It bridge; but more pre
says: would invite the direct control of the energy crop I for $300,000, commenced last vailed and instead of
stammered but admitted that he taking a flying
; any persons who may be incredulouson which is stored up in coal, so that it may even better than this, and will proba- had done so. finally lIe expected that the I' is decisive' and unmistakable, the sen- March, immediately after the' strike of leap over a canon more than 03 feet
I this to visit in without and at a bly yield nearly a ton to the acre ate will probably be careful not toi
point a professedly be employed watc very brother would be arrested end somebody the engineers on the Ann Arbor rail- deep, it was decided to make a detourof
; bad fruit year-say during August or small margin of cost-in other words, which demonstrates that we can get would get the reward, and as he wanted i I have the wrath of the country direct. road, has been settled out of court. 25 miles by way of the Rio Grande.:

:: the early part of September-the lo- that it may be turned directly into electrIcity quantity as well as quality from our money he thought he might as! well haveit J t ed at that body, as surely will if they What the exact terms and conditions This was eleven or twelve years ago.

I .calities in which our apiaries are situ- I without using steam engines and lands and their unrivaled product. as any one else.Vell," said the| long delay matters. of the settlement are, the public will This longer route, though the curves

; ated. Let them carefully view the boilers, the present necessary interme I Stripping is progressing generally judge, "I am glad that you are not to I I probably never know. were sharp and the grades steep, was expensive -

country lying in a radius of two m'iles I diaries. Ninety per cent. of the energy, I now, and the crop being rapidly prepared get it; you ought to be ashamed of DECIDING BY VOTE. At 6 o'clock Saturday morning a to build and maintain and more;
lost in :
ccal converting -
1 from apiary itself, and they will find : that exists in It now off in heat I for market. yourself." The majority of the people |I, Baltimore and Ohio freight train was expensive to operate. It was a- heavy
: that in almost every case the fruit it into power. goes will be of the judge's opinion. A man tax on through freight, and several years
boiler : : of the Loulsyllle and Nash derailed at Black Lick, near Newark,
the chimneys of rooms!!, 0 Employes
; through it decided to take the
trees are laden with heavy crops, while j who would betray his own brother for ago was flying'leap
they will observe as they get farther and is perceived in any room where thereis R. J. :Martinez has returned from a the sake of money must be the meanest 1 Resist a Cut in Wages. 0., while running at a high rate of of tho Pecos, and thus avoid the

; from the vicinity of the apiary ( I: a furnace and boiler. A means of visit to New York, Niagara Falls and I >f mean men.-[Christian. Herald. : According to a previous arrange- speed. The engine and several car.I grades and curves and longer hauL
; supposing saving this waste will vastly cheapen the Chicago. He says that the Florida I ----- ment the representatives of the differ- were piled up in a huge mass ofwreckage. The Phoenix Bridge Company 'did the
that not bees are kept iu I
,.. : the country around many) that the fruit I, cost of every thing which is manufacturedby exhibit in the state building at the fair New Words.i ent labor organizations employed on Fireman S. C. Stoneburn- work. The entire length of the bridge

.. electric or steam power, as well as of is in no way a disgrace, but to the ; the Louisville and Nashville railroad er, of Newark, was terribly scalded is 2ISOfeet from abutment abutment
; crops steadily deteriorate. I am convinced j all the luxuries and necessaries of life, and will die. Mitchell friendof
.,t. ; that so soon as bee keepers and !j[I I and its results would be of mightier influence contrary, and is far superior to those and of is :i, The progress of invention and. discovery -!:I system, met in Nashville, Tenn., Friday Stoneburner Cnrley, who was on, a the engine There inches are long two each cantilevers, and one 172 suspended feet 6
of the other states
; : a great many to count the vote recently taken
: fruit farmers begin to recognize the | civilization\ than. the development and applied sciences is constantly This '
upon at the time, was crushed to lattice-girder of 80 feet. suspended -
; importance of the one industry in relation I I of the steam engine and electricity much admired by the thousands of !aldiflgUeW words to our language. The by the different divisions as to whether death between the two
,; people that visit it daily. He that i under would submit to the ten The liabilities of the Buchanan span i hung
: to the other, more prosper.ous I[I have been. It would enable an ;I says words and phrases the letter "A" they per cantilever on eight massive bars,
: times will be in store for both, and we I| ocean steamship of 20,000 horse power the day he was thers the building was ': Worcester's Dictionary is 0,933, in cent cut in wages ordered by the road River Lumber Company, of Wheeling, I and spans are left at each end

>. : shall not only hear of better fruit i I to cross the ocean faster than any of the I II I, crowed and standing room could not : Webster's 8,338; in the Century 15,621, and which, if not otherwise ordered, W. Va., which failed Saturday wi of several expansion inches spaces where it should join

';" harvests,but larger returns honey, 'I I crack vessels now do, and it would re- I II be had. He was very much surprised > !and in the Standard, now in process of I was to go into effect on September the reach $200,000, with assets that wi the cantilevers. The intense heat of the
I of 230; tons ot : to such fine exhibit after such publication, 19736. Ten The more than cover that amount.
i also. quire the burning only ,I see a years age I first. representatives were composed summer sun makes this space for expansion -
1, coal, instead of 3,000, which are now re- reports had been made by some of the scarcely one of the following words were of the chairman of each organi- creditors are principally banks that a In addition to these
: A writer in the Western Rural I necessity.
,:S. cor- (I quired.-[New York Telegram. croaker-Jacksonville Times- Union. common; now they have forced their I zation in their respective divisions hold the company's paper. The con spans there are eight lattice spans of 63
"- : roborates the above statement fol1tf I .
as into dictionaries, even those pub. of the in the state
i cern was one largest
0 way and the general chairman of the di- feet each, one plate-girder pan of 45
;: : ;:: lows: Were the honey bee blotted A Backwoods Genius. If the county of Duval had put off lished in Great Britain: Antipyrine, t vision. The different bodies repre- and employed $1,000 men. It is feet, eighteen plate-girder spans of"35
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; of the book of few
out nature people bacteriology, blizzard to
:5.;;. -- the deepening of the St. Johns river !squirellc, sented were the engineers, telegraph thought an arrangement can be made feet each, and sixteen plate-girder spansof
i realize the loss to agriculture, boom, to cable, center-board, cocaine,
with the creditors to the works feet each. The width of the floor
conductors brakemen
:;' 3 and floriculture that would result. : Tallulah Falls, Ga., has a backwoodi : until such a time as it could raIse cowbow, to cycle, dude, dynamo, fad operators, ,t permit 3'
to is 25 feet of
ET ; These kindred industries are I genius in the shape of on .George:Moore, I $300,000 by direct taxation, it would dist, flabbergast glissade, hypnotist, impressionist i switchmen, firemen and machinists. resume soon. which of completed is taken span by walkway, part on

; slow to acknowledge the benefits derived about twenty years of age. George have been nearly ten :years from now lanolin, losr-rolling:: machine By an overwhelming the employesI either side of the up single track. The

from the bees, as an important wanted to learn music, and not having before a vessel drawing over eleven or gun. magazine rifle, Mahatma, massage, I I decided to resist the unconditional Baltore, Md., has an ordinance bridge has a factor of of five; that
the means to purchase a violin, determined of water could come to menthol, reduction in wages. The main point safety
aid to complete fertilization in many twelve feet melinite, mugwump,NeopUton- kissing in the city pab is it a sufficient strength
'-" J' plants, as positively necessary to others to make one, and make it he did,. Jacksonville' pier over the St. Johns ism, occultism, philatelist, pnotogravure, of difference, it leatned, between the The males are fined $20 and te fe five, h the pressure made by to a ,bar

.., and beneficial to all flowers visited by complete in tvery: respect, well proportioned bar. By'that time we should have become platinotype, polypody, prognosis qutd- railroad and its employes is the naming males tinuous .train of the
heavet moer
;rthem." CU a ..ertilization is nature's I and of delightful! tone. The o so completely paralyzed commercially riform, range-Under, referendum, religiosity -I' of date for the between for the return 1.Tde locomotives moving over it Fro
A .. l I only tools used .lD making it were a reviveus. saccharin! ship railway, sloyd, to the present schedule of
i cream of *n*>r baking pouVfrTTihfi _r_ ,j.allinleavonins .< that nothing could wages. journals are noting the fact ground at the bottom of canon and
: strength.-Latent U.S. Governa,,,IIi') ): b'o'ke knifeand i poJI ax. HavlDg.made Duval drew on the future by telepathy, tuberculosis, vaseline and It was ot this point that the men wereso on the banks of the river the bridge
,rAent Food Report. j iII nBOTH. utorturnitig--GefH'fe_ forthwith, learned. to bonding, and will have deep water: inside 1 xylophone. overwhelmingly agaist a reduction. that the price of wool i tho lowest in looks like a slender lattice-work but it

BAKING POWDER Co.. lOG Wall St., N. Y. tmis Stukc Drug comi-many I iiO disby of six months. JacksOnvilleshould I... It is not known when they will present 'it history. is really, a wi be seen from the above
''-'. .; ",. jr34oJbe guests do tho thing.Timr"- rll- The City of Lubeck, Germany, is pre to the management the result of the j statement its,strength, a
ji X lania Coni" same i paring to celebrate this year its 750thI .City, Mo.; has a 8740 :pound a. ver
; ; ; 1 It is expected; that the negotiations Lwr i solid and stable "structure..-[Brp

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: Too storehouse of Mr. B J. Sapp to It purities C.e Wood.:nwUc.. II skin clear Master's Vale.UJ .
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PLTBU rnED EVERY FUtDAY AT Hearing complctiun anti we bear thai be and the 0)fBpI.Ction beautiful. Try a lbollle T>EK 8wl oy Tirtne c-f a dere'e of UK

if.VlUUC, BttAUFORDCOUSTY.IfLOlUDA. an l wile itS wmilafiil fffttls. n.itt. il1.. C'-iJ. Jiuiztof !} P firctnt :.AJ.KfJS: lDry l--
; : has gnne io purpbaso a large stock of Bold guaraaU-cd by Stazklnig Cin- court <.* thv I'll Judicial Circuit .4 Florida in i

:d'i L S. ATTtYL a. j: TAt*. goods ioleopentil immediate! !), May en-! for J raufurrt ectz,!;. Iu oliaiu.-rt-y. s-'ttrng <
up pany wade an : 3 _+ w _ ;ecs3 crown his rrnture ia the icercan- Jat-tsoarsIIe: : in i.' crt i.n tf.c SH.5 tlav CfAngit.
., Editors and Publisher TLc Union P4ejde n'lnn.1 roe u"u.r 1 A. l>. I*?!, i.a .H-ridlo csi.; in s.TJI Goods 1.
:ile Jiusiucsi. ana HC cc several '
may C.i.rt *jJi:'< vrh.-tv.n rt. Tw.fe ef c? are;
tlai r.aiLtinant an.! ('. :e L P-ak nrei utf.' are ,
more IIKUM* lP1'.eiJefl' ja ovr town.
,: $UacIrrLoN tlUH A TEAR.Cmtend dtttaii npt.tti z .' 4 wer me a.s.e&i .
The htringt-i nf nioney matters is injuring A New JoxcOn x:2zz.-t r he :i -r.- u.fl mi-t. Itifl
r-li :.j :t.ui..> i'j'- fr ,:,s -.rof tb- o-art
; i* fk. fUxOaOce at .carL Fta at our | ou i .;f vK-r tiou.- : at SLrk* ia-al?'.juw. jm.I s.U.Cfl thirt < Boots Shoes
second dais -matin.Starke. plaint! of !liarJ jimea! is hca d KC every and l ftcls iiic. try a 'cv. d.-ses i-f IU-s 'V X-n-tisv wf hti.tr i rjsiS.. ihisauw
% Giant IMls. Ymir liv.-r wi5!! t.dzgthi tt-.t ni.! ru- 'ab on.laIegaia.Li- ,
ml. tav.! the. vt 1. ." jl ,
jr.; :a : .tira : t- lf hrsi tan
Fl.-u, S pt. 1. 1893. apprcHic the! j-Wf. Si x\ii:i \ Id). F*T
? a. Tie crop p wr cct aroitcd New River sale If {jiarke urtis Clpan; ) siit r h.-lwr.; rtj that fea-Lint! twit: and Hats.11KA

.* is xl and Mi. Iis iacountiog tl! Urn Tt.ia i irv*-. |> .,-.-*-! or tract of 1.104lrtn
A RESCUING party should i he sent Fsry go says tcl tirinif theo4t-ty of Rra.ifonIana1 .

on ginning two hundred bu'es The (idnese live longer thin piple f i iTeati. SUttct FIorllA ko.awn ant "leiicnbed en tt?
to look for Little Tiger. pmli reconKv.f gait c .uj-va the SMiUi-w
of the flet-cy staple this scuaoa. any ouiti natii'UJamea'oxn mi2rt-ri } of iLtr n* rbrut fjtiajit r (tie* ) ;
t a/ M-ciio; iib rrvtivii 5 Township scvva DQl'A KTKKS FOU- i
Messrs. Martin and Richard Smiley %
L PRESIDENT CLEVELAND wil} return ; I ('fp : #r uri r rr.e tvrn ixo eat (<. r. S2 C.>
I yho hive bsco vwling friends and rela- .. Ortolitr 15. 1S01. octaiiirt.. dorc- ..'.-e orlt ss. The pureh.
to Washington week. r .* er *!:! i Ur re ,urtr! t.. t'Y for be miking ofbtirt
313dinzhteriried *hyan1 -
Lives here for the IriiL two weeks returned | tit. J L. F.tzzz. fI

sCitflS m-ariy nil le-i.ctlics for l'tniIcirrciikriIie : -. Ha Aa19J.. Special ?listsr EURNJSRIINGSI :
CNcRss to Uidr homes iu Liberty; county. G3S. ELSIRA HATCH.
quit talking ilon.lay -. but rfix-ivn! nojri-ipf[ <>r -

Jong enough to do a little voting. ou the 26 inst. Owing lo the yellow fever bcnet wl.nu.'vcr.Ve! bad n.niry! tt.! lastcrSale.. I
scare they hid tn pro>ido themselves with teillit; of leer rt-< every i hen net iHiu!
COOPER thus far has out-fipunHi health cerU&catn before starting. our gflItitft* .Mi. AA G"" !i'>ito ZTIU* Xeilifal &., EO&arl, !*&. IX liun.'e.nee U M. cT C'aiJ.n ji'Ueof tlrvrpe rukr..d the 4th JuticUI bv the Sir ret
try Oristie 1'cmile Panatx-i, uiei l after Circuit of thrttdtf tl'.rtiai.n the 1-t Jay of ,
troubled with
FIDEI.E. SIM For 2) Ir ea
{he remainder of the Florida dcliga- u'in 2 f '3r In.uli-s SILL sra* er.iirt ly cured. b an Etis disease.: Wcrcld years teqwailj have illia? I AiiKii-t. A. l>.. IS 3. in a certain cause UtelI >
I< ia that circu't c.'ari f )UniuforJ county,
for hide 1 feel i ii my duty to I<-t itnotn t ( zpella &a-l mothering at ngt. Had to eit up or I
!lion in the national congres' fCOKGEESS LAKE ISUTL.II DOTS. cct of twd to fcreaihe. Hal pcin In 137 left *--iate.-wJierrin m Arthur ii. Mcltie was corni.L&n.tu 0 PID A.
get F ,
tarl! i unit still' htmLu- -
kt tap .
lie v\ ruiir side nzd ieck rzsitof the Uae; at last I txecaaiairo ; tn chatn.trry ar-1 \Vra. i;. Ummu WJrfe '> S TARKE: : : -
itv. far I beet s-bc has been in eson S.znJ4y was Uu! : cnnual big day at Jswif: *?. A. 4. MACK, shtriff a.' Fentress -! cut. :ILa Ifiaet fiT('tg-m n$ foaild casae ne to in -a;.l drrnf WiU t-n tlse iih day at =-
Srf.tiail.tA.. !>.. !ts:$, witi.in the! hours prrcril.fi -
twenty-four day, and still no financial Creek church. and nolwithsanUing the C .antj', T.-no. THOUSANDSEfiwtti fur Inral >at> .. sn1ucli .i.tar H-ina C. M. SFARKMAN & CO., IPVA

inclement condition of the weather t For furtbt-r information rni! nu irarkc 1ai .aclay.! in f rout of the court liouredr
.; Moses has shown \Ve CSe I could iu (Le t.rtvn of varke. sati UrOilfor.i co.inty. I
up. hope [)rus ('a.. :tnd get free. :i i itnu>!tk-t VH- Cntteria? For toe Ust n yean
Dumber of mr Butler people turned out no;'loep oa my left side or back iitilbean tatla? ffrr for s.i'e' ti> tl..- h.;. lirst cud be.-t bidder for --DSULI2.+ IS-
: hat he will prnitp tjie4rocksy pixltyfoon. titled, "Ailvit-c in Vt't.'iii M and t H her L.vml *ocr JeW Heart Cure. I bad cot taken it very I I ca-h tl.e f i'lwscs d.a.ribt reel ctatc. 'iz: ___ -- -
on this ( fjtfl. Among them were \ inharmcaiotu" 5.-4.t. I Ioc cata I felt onch better and I can now leepon Lit ihrc-r e isia l>iiv'scrrti i7) ol ta4ns addition -- : -- ---; ;

: fTIJK Messrs. XJ and Z. H- Jones accompan enter Elfie or back withcst tic Issst i< >"art(?. FIuri-ta. tv-j-erplit c n record in TIc : d-fl;: H3 1------
-- I I fort I tare E.O pain saiorhering. dropsy to wtr4I li<>!c J' of Uct-Js 'sti pa rr liT of the county

4 led by their northern friends Ntrs t. A Beverly {Mat>r} r.nu i*rdi cf ai.i county of llra-lfvrJ, fur itisttt- .* WJI1.WLT.... .. .. .- ..... ,.tifi to t'i >A pr.. Gftl..

laws enacted by the {ate st-s- Y. Perkins and O. J. Skcndricks. who slapping i his; wife in the frtcr :uid J3 frrtS I, able to do all ny own housewori. wiiiouJ any tin a.f salt iierf 1 urcha-rr mu>t pay for thoitxutioa coFV .. '. ... .... 2 } tO
iElifetrt. .
and consider nyself care of the teed! E Erao.bj'Cr.jal .
troupe TH--S .... .... ... . "
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ion of the Flonda HATCH. (;Lv4 .. .. .. .. ...
t legislature are orove out in an ox cart drawn by u pair of aultin; tbe |Viticcro.tn v, 1m i.re-ed Ind., l8. MBS. ELHSA Jla--icr. PL'Jf.... ...... .... .... ..... .... .... .. 2 en O '
since I taye takea .
It 1 cow four years any : J L FIUZEE. Solicitor f>r Coniplaiaant. .... ... aU'HJTE 3 '1'J'KiCH
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now In the hand of the hinder. It beautiful pony oxen. The gentlemen [bitn. There M-tRis to I lie ,--ora'-ibio ruririlh medicine. A a la better beulUi than I tare teen All,'. 4 Jt Al-T'LE LKAXbY- .... .. ... 2i) W I.

requires a book of 500 pagesto hold ictiaed lo cnjy themselves! to the- fullest \\ the Ik-vcrly police! court tiriI in lievetixat 40 year:Dr.. I 3IUe'honestly Xu be- QM l R F D Sheriff's Sale. I WHEAT V'HISZKY- .. ZUt "

Vart Cure Laved ray life |
the braip work of that body extent. and me a well wcsaaa. I am cow C2 yes TI'ER ansi \-\ xinu- < ? an eiecution ated! PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO ALL ORDERS. JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
A Puzzle i
Our young merchant. Mr. Joe Thoaas. of ace. end en tble w do a good day's work. : LJune .t. lv'.cj, j-.ti.I out of the Circuit I -. .-- --

Tills should be bonded and of the firm of Thomas & Sx>n, has returned To rainy l.'idkis It.av to ketp tb.-i' Mfi/Stii, lti ilBi ELKIEA EATCi j city
liaii in cur! 'ii rainy: tlvii The si alutei! j Fl-Ti-'a. in .1 certain cau.-e tLart4an haif.I 8T-ARXE fLORD/\.

improved. We can't t?| eci) people from a trip uo in Georgia, where he has is easyA si;:: siiuf lrur: Coinpany f.r i Sold oa a Positive Guarantee. I wnrjfin 1Siinj.Jacon. ti.froh.uit M. Trufcv.ami S. Stembar ilolnj busiLiitirr at1- ,

here and build been taking H little rest. Nonpareil Hair Curler and the puzzle ; On. MILES' PILLS 50 Dcs S 25 CTS !.t- thr ri'iri iittino jnrtaeri.in'vlf! of Truor.vt .

to come np a town Mr. P. J. Permcnter returned today will be suled. ,-. r.u: _-iC'cre {.t-oiit.! uu-1 the tlor-
For ae hey S'i-.MKK! I }KLG ( 0. PENINSULAR RAILWAY.
for DS. We nint show some signs 'r.na- Comp ny. : a corporationuu.lfr
(Tuesday) from his old home in Georgia, .. Ijvs tf l- t.ittr of I'-nnssivana.

of life to get outsiders interested.IF where he has been making a busiues* trip ; i'1! tf-re dvftn.Lir.lhaieitrxtnl ipu.nand ui'.IxrlliR'ort I FLORIDA TRUNK LINE.
rtrninitdL tLr? v>urt h-.ti-t- -1-1! r :u th town tf
as well as a friendly vielt. to Take MlSsl :. ,.LE i-r Mariin -si.i couuty. i-u tu- liis: Monday In.UzIht. Short Line and South Florida I
Easy to
the national congress ian do ta.- Ittb.n.. uL h day of sai In..u'h Tampa
A good many car loads of lumber hive 1t I ft Ia 1 .e t.t. ..Ir1Z tIe krII
;3 that which will restore confidence it been hipped from Georgia mills to this and keep R'. _-_ ,-' ;1 C _"- -. -.'. f-. j hrv ts <>i Aie or. thit day."the futlT-vin pintJXircil -. i STANDARD TIME-JAN. '. Itt. Taais Ffcftit jAtK3fe Trm. TOOT or 4
t- ? S or I t..t ti* i.iii-I. -&tr a-ul iirins ill tr.e | --- XCXTB,
should make haste to do it smd ad- place recrnily. parties being able to secure the in cuunt.i liu J! r-1 a' a: S-u.t. of ri .>n.l.i -- __WEST::__ I 54trE Pv-'ra. !4rTBZZ t.ThLUOJ -.-
system "Iait-- a) 1, h! I ? M.I U-d as LIt)!. ; : Tr.e s-nrt1! ?.r.if co't'. te>: ;rLsTzR tunxo. --I Xo. 8 5o. 4
journ. The people will thun turn lumber two I.undrid miles away and have Perfect Order ijitirtrr ai.tt: r'o. 3 Ko.

it shipped here Cheaper than it can be l.'!.e s -'.' :vrr arli 'c.r f.r. a- -&Mi. u 1.1. -t-U. andt>uthv.etiiartr i.f i.-.rii-. --i:5T: ;: ;; Lv..JackonTmt.trpP'a ( .FIVL4tC% .. Ar 4I.p.L
their attention from it to business wt-'.t 1'i.artcr otcit' f< urtn. all :n t.iwn- 3
: r' n I :s: tia. ... ... ta s'pIl.aLT. .Callabaa A/ Up *
home mills. This looks iii youth ea, t, c.i.i- i -top, 4 .....
bought at our { ree twri.tj-o 2aLtr.. BaluWin.dry.. L'i4 & : $ flip 54s31'a
and things will move along smoothly! IDS two l.u ie4. acrc lii- < c-r ;Jc- :- ..i&j'.l ltra iItJ'
like mills not with the ft rent : ... Oci.. .LT, 51i -
our are up age AVER'SCATHARTIC I.L'L, ,! Tai
uiti.-Jy .1.CUZ.U. .
to .
I ,..tJ IUIk) >.e. : llaiAr.... Madison. L.: 4lOp.Lv 2.'ia, .Ar.Baldwin 3Ci 830a33Ea
; flgain.SH.TFETRE The new bell for the Baptist church has h. jMir.-lu c-r PU.J it;; for iii-- E. F.. jOHNe. 4t5j.t I4tp! Ar tkt-IO... .. pI2OI OA'p12LpLY( ....LTMarke. 2tp

;, l.il-.* inVf 3 1U.l :: Ar..TathLacee ...La I fp iV4.p II lZp itr.1L'... LT.LT lOlpHit 4l2a
arrived asd i U a beauty. F.r 1e- tI e vth. any JuivTS: Sbrn5Eitul or-l Cucnv.lh .rp
.. "ftl 12& SJCa2lOa
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and ,, ? .tUILCv 1T
brine t.-l- ; 'Ir lsl.4p
atrong constitute 'I? gzThro. I- ; ) > \ a.ves''i'e i''i btvti p-j-'jrfinei ttl: X'.n- p ------
iJrSf 2} It. McEinney remains quite ill. PILLS \ ctl!| .; I'-.i i.i or urritu to any h-.ict- d.i the -III d-V. of 'jr.. 1. tflfl.ei 4Ar..TerJuLtion..LrG.g.: 71Cr 2p Ar... .HaWthorLt.--L' 22a
mixture thit has .i'i ". t.ent .____: .__2 I ia 2ir. Ar...._ -Ci'ra ._._. .L' 1117*
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a great man .r w< T >" f. in ; : : xuifacitryv.'e h. Joa .
r. >3.tlitjj
L ; but li thought to lie improving slowly A specific for GpI1cp: Ar..FensacoIa-.L;, 3)a ...._. 3ipAr .UTer mprtar..Lv IG -
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v iu ; s. Ba'.fordO !
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cavipg power. This hint to the Mr. J. Dekle micd to 2tj.m Ar .Lie. .Lx ll-s.- 2I -
E. who
was con .. .. .. 91
Headache P"t lf'.Ctr3ilf*> ', .. ; 4.d .tr..NCwOrlcanS..LTI SJ/p...... 3/e (% Li USE*
third party is thrown out with- his room last week by sickucs?. is out L'UJli p L-l oil-1 .:MrlJut.Sjj !! k .- )*;1C.TS -. _ IZ.a 4.'Latr.. Laco( th :.. LTAr 9p

Constipation and ,' .. .... iCM..Jakson.iLaa..Lc li'-p!. .... :u Si-f. ..Ocfcoro, T.T 52p
GiVr N hat sn'-s= rci .
put reward or the hope thereof. >t JIi. -! stri) />. Vj' lin '. Faij'is. Cultars.Aui ; : .1 si IIEREtiY,Ot% tr> ti.-! c.t.trarI.. in- eo-. iCuUty : ..- 5-aai .%r. . .Cairo LTLT I OI . .. .erplAr.. ..Lade(1ry LT 74a 93Cp82&p .
Our popular merchant, Mr. E. L Odom, Dyspepsia. rlf-.- .1I.-5! :r. ft -\rry *!;L.v.l lu'trunt i.uis. re Ju.:;.-. nal lId tte county 'at i lH a'Ar.. .St L ul- .. ...Li 4 ; 7 jttAr..iiazt (it3... LTTaupa. 6 (* -
Ocala CapitoL] Hut the Capitol m.- fr..ri a jew-, !'.-tn> u> a <.. iu.i litn.x (lr-aI.r.t! Z-LC of nri !a. nli on the iJ'ti tly .! 44.3plAr.. .. .fhica :o .. ::1'r) ._ I aJAr.. .. .LT S&* ETxIeiAv1I.LEic.arLt.
left fot Savannah a few days ago. where Every doseEffective 44flai( p.r ec..'. j' i'l! >..cl ten erutsrr '*
third already of r j :t 1.1-r r A. D I' inA.-an urJrenr.a-- .. ..
that the .
9 Of
forgets party is copy er 1"topi -- : I1 'V.: U flZ. S,3r.a44.-pLT.! tr IlIP
iI. tiC saltrvf Utnl-b-l"' tiir.r :i> f tctu jf >I rth.i -
he will some time and then on to <
spend .
go Any '. -ti 1..e 'i fi.-i! at 0" to /> ITCr lDa'v 5.M 34-Ar..L.-tiLtrg- Sda IPp
< .krdat-n -. rt-i.uxI t.-a'le by t" x-. I'.t.IVua .
spoiled. New York in the interest of his bu-iness. 'it"h-'e' | '..! .., --" : n. A : e Uf'.re the t _:_ _____:_ Ar TaTarw.. Ar "IU 'I5p
L. 1 il.as. cs co-U't --'Jier ci
:- : a :. r t.-.- i ..: i < t'1"s. ?- ht.u-t" i'.tifr i in the tuV.n < f ct.ir.r. t ie ai.c'.ui.tv .-! ;; LT----- ---- : .; .... .... ... t4.1 C Ar. ... Arka -AT 7>* 5 Up- fjI
Mrs. S. P Pens and her little daughter, I i"Va Lx .. i.e ....Ar ?1ra> 1'P.AT..Orlandc. Ar TCOaAretrr Slip
--.kl. tl-e C d.y "f April. A l'fi' > ; City |
COTTON is about the only < in ,JtCklt : : :iii'iiha.1tI I,1 ...... %sttrFazk..j.. .._. 2C7p
jop Mamie uf Jacksonville arc making a :. nr.'l wilt il.tn aisi! i:..-rti> ai t- laO ortlrr r'- -....... .... ... ..... A: ;,, i13 a..
t .. J. ..Jar'.n. It aLv .. -MontK.tr-> A"! ......JAr ....OrieiJo.. ..LT icap
the South that demands carlr mov- &,1i I :; : t c.elIL.s: : er i e:: .zz.to Y
visit at her old borne Prof. J. L. Hill s.VOL. th" T1t.r .t aiIa. .:. t I Cad '

$ng, and the bankers announce that IU. b.iiNERWatchmaker uebit J.ot iea'1 nt.-c-l fur the o ((1' aii it-iLe-d o4 of Iatt lot 1.tcwt a "2OtILV.'Opll.x- .. ... ....Moar .. .. .. .. e 32a .. .l Vaidc 4r1II4l .......

; they have plenty of money for that Obituary. r.urntja-itd two (2I. sei'at. S: ( }. toccstipsu t4aaLv..1csaiLa..r'''.'' ."' : -t.ii: . ... i1p ..... 62pi..tr.e1arkers 3ip.r. _._. ..LvI.Lim1Oi 34'Ar. .. .. i
( ragezt.ty (
.OCv .. ... .. .. ... .. *
purpose. Wo, therefore, 'shouldtiap Mrs. July Johns, another one of our ) F. MALPHrEC4.I.wy -. Cndnnati. LiI2Z.a t.u.ae.rcherdaily.exeept unday.at34Op.m..
IT Ju.l Ur.dfor.t County. F4. -- --- ftr %S .laion. Earj! Lird and Lane Mines; LeaT& M

our fingers at the parvc and loved ones has cone pealb his slow and '2.i 1 .'.';:r. and cirs LJgte 3f'"s dti'J"f1 ittda at 4:30 a. m.
Jo* i-O2viic: and TampaJacksonville P Uman

quit growling about hard times. ly and steadily pursued its way into our Notice -v.d New Orlf....nc.iily. 1, ._. 9 tr..1 11 for Art-hr irfctts etc icttra OT><;O eiate ted V."ii.tr rciniTnun *- Park daily 2ffl

:' midst placed his fingers on a cherished CICCIt at fgrirta IkO'UtesTes aot.i
(In-at i cotton. I S HEREBY GIVEN that Ln'e'"- caa.i. i. Jl.SA AND i-L'MBEKLAXD hOUIi- sLo diy at rii & c.: Winter Park at I
flower, and left us with bleeding Jeweler. I IStarJe 1 .Lown to t.e iitra.ry. I. \Vm. F. 'laljhnrCi -. _.N'tO- I 'So ClJ' 5 ; Ta.EL. arrrxiES Crlscduat t.tem.:1eatea 1 1J
Ju-J-1 in and for the co'intv Ca! Urisl- #
uiity : _ ertndoauyatup.m..arritizzwiuterFark4.fl t
,; 1)zicog UAVLS of the \ Grid's hearts. The victim was the wife of Mr. f< n.'. i-i te ..* Klon-la. v;;u ou the )th da.. ofSertesiiljer. 9r'e..J&tka'r.Tie.: Ar 2 :ia &t52iP rn.: Oiedo.6e.m. kVjIlj
S. N. Johns. She ewett wife and A. I>. 1-12. u.It-an order Cvufiri-'jin
was a .
fair !has revoked tbu action of Governor ,',;, ..- Ii the.i:> of lainLelo! :.z.r.; la e-tite" jiines Z. 1Car .Frrtu.nd.aa. Lv Ii-I5 3a 4c L.'caIa.'sOa 6)... ltf OFal 550p
,: a loviug mother. Died on Thursday. August P1a Be*.:';. r-cri-eil.: ltel.1 au-j maJc by Chs. L. I Trains on th Fercandina ani CutcfcerUni A544pAr.?.-. .... 90Ca| 34Op 4
? j
Mitchel) in revoking Arthur Fi: > -. :-cnnnni i''>r.tT. before the court hou.ia .-** I ... LT| 820a| 225pItvnne
24th. 1 93. p. m. She had been cvn- 'a.,. ; tSit- UiV.-n of Siarki-. State aud cur.ty rout leave Jacksonville aol FcmaEdina diilylexcrrt >* -LTI SOtel 200p

Jackson's commission as thp |'loritl.i fined to her bod uoly a few days" The HacKea 0ii. son af.jr. -a..l. on the 3-1 day of Aj-nl. A. I). 1-S1 aol I un1a!. Cuscects at Ftrrnaa ina for ......_. CpAr. .Homosaa.. LT| 730>?..
C *iil th'-n arid tcere uia tan or-lrr re commissioner. If this revokftig business emancipated l body left the marks of intent Assortment of trmiS4.oter to .-I'ciuto J. J. ISurfn, DungCnne. Curnban.I! Iear! $. Jkjt si..c'1 7 1** (o B.Ar-
Largest .
--- Af. 1. 4. -, aol *niSctn I an! truiu-wick. firming tUe I timberland route. 7
the i>urchi: er at sai'lalt n yoi- : 9 lc'pkr Tarpon SpriEgs. Ar 8O4p
keeps up some fellow wiil l make suffering. Mrs. Johns never knew (lie J-e-J for the :
care or eoiruw of life. Mie drank tcswett Watches Clocks and flnrv ut&p_ 1Ia i ifltrt i.J4i.i ) The -;-! of !Ivt two tii.R 1 Ivt three <. >. section Chaano.t.s v.4 northern ant we-tf-ra point. ? 4Ta{ 9-p.Ar.. .(!earwater.. Ar 3a' " Hii ass of himself yet-and ih won'tbe six <>>). K-W risLt'i >e%tn iTt. ranf twenty tSJCvunty > *..Bt..J"l.Llf..ItaS. Jacksonme. : *i f1..1?: #*''i oC.oAr.SLPeterturg. LTI S 5CaKrmandica 6p
without a taste of bitter. She Lever i + :14.'aiJt..IIIU..r I.st '%-t F. M.LLPEZRS. ma nmte c>''Cn :t>: Ieave' .
the : : ..ll Jad! Braiford Ha. ; p in. arrives Sacksonnile 5 IS o m. 't* 7acJ* daily: 3andldalxexceptSnndsy.
governor thought of death. She left several thiUlreu Jeweiry! t3a Iti. : I Ac.r i- e Cuunty. Pullman slt ciaing care Eruaswtt-k to Atlactiand Traits ca O. B. and S. S O. & G.dailjexcept

,- and a loving husband, several ia'ers.a : ; V J OP'i1 I ui.:' I AtUr.ta. Cincinnati end Na.hxil'e.: *nn-Jay.

SECEETAEV hERBERT canf>ee no iULiL. ti7'.IiL.t iL.iiiiuw I Notice. JAfKSoSVILLE-NASHVim: .via Li.t.mv.. Macon and tLiat.i.No. .
brother nnd 2. ho4 of friends tc mourn Special attention given to the re-

good reason why an agentfof the her loss. She was the joy ami thec-mn- ji.iirintj of Clocks aid Watches yX Cin-it Court Fourth Ju'ScLiI Ci-.cuit Sse No O.. 5O. Ia
( 1 of FlvTithi, Cr'idlord! fi.r.ntj.-In Cl.xacery.
(.4rpgie Stsel company even fort of her henrt-brokeu husband and the 100l work clonpat re.ionalilo rates \ :::M TaiifCIIAL.ST .tc a 7fti CS-niLeave Jack r.TjTle .. .. ............... ......ArriTe 7 ios 830p.
: A. J. Kite i" I 9i>HSSoiijI.eavr.. -. ... ........ .... Latffity .. .. .... .... .. ..... ....AnireJ 533a 6p
though that agent he a naval officer'on light of their home. As .ve took the last v-i. IiivorceEiiily "'p .... ........... ... ..Ms'cnn. .... ...... ........... ... .. .Arrive 1015pt '130a
VTLli'uhi't G. W. ( > N, s. c a : Kie. } >>pj "HalU-arr! .. .... ....... ...... ... ..... .tjnta......... .......... ..........&flTCI l-eP 650aPaiiy
look morale Young
leave shall be furnish*4 free sad on S.iunity I I: In-r:.z nia-le :o aj-{ r ..v the&n irtl to tt- I.ill: C1--J.; in tl.tp.ljf .. .. .. ..
realize that lle Je ir cne was dead. ThiM. I coiiipLiii-aiit rppt-n< 2.i.i 7-Op'Arnve NashviJV ... 4 9
of charge with a desk in ibjb ordinance I V CA'I-.- in.it the afiTe-nM deft-uiiiiir. Emiy -
Ijcrenved daughters iu the Christian faith I U of j thmn h Pullmau a!l.-p.-r.e Jas..naiIh-)! N.T'.hviI! on Nfvs. 3 anal 4.
$ L1 OUCLASae | Kite. o\rr the a e -nry-c-cj years r.n
GENERAL BLACKSMITHWOODWORKER W 2.OTF-Om aitri oftr .V.ir.-1-fA. Ktjrprrt /a Aur' n TSrcwjA Car alsoem o'rioriiiagfraia
bureau of the navy depart- that !.er | late of re>:.!"iu-- i< tukr.uwr. it iU i-<
can sny, "the Lord! eiveth. the Lord hulhInken WiLL ; -rf< ;ieofiii-re'I that ui. above razai.-.1 (!Vf-n.i-! ono* Jrickwmrti *o that ocr pofro-n. from f.lf SfnlK iriT hart

: men, where he ban accfsu to all the away blet-sed be tho n-imc of iie! -AD- ; % SH< IOT RIPe I' .,!:[. r z.Iy t.itib.- ElalI l pla. it h-rei rca1uir'- co DOUBLE DAILY CONNECTION WITH ATLANTA WITHOUT CHANCE.
i>i- i -.t-ri.r tlefflur t>i the M'l f.lrd ia this Ticket Office. "" V. Bar Hosan. foot of Hnsnin
t ea-arr.r St. Jacksonrffie
plans of the department j Su he Lord." Mr*. Ji'lms was bUtei to Mis. E. Do you wear them? When next In need try a pzir.Qest I! .> "ti or litforeFizo.u1aier lh. 1-t. th- saie j| N S. PENNINKT X. TraSir Maua-cr Tepct A. C'. 31AcaELLGenPauu..gt. a

has natihtd kieutepaut, Charles A. N, Adkicit Mr;. J. 15. Crews and .Mrs1). ( ) ( : In the world. | -' a.. h., i.littjt w.-J Liir.i H<:a>-a i.:as> at! si;" -! -1 a.o aim.i-i:.tii. .;.a.: f f.eI i "

J. S*|.p. She was a strict memberf -iiv 45.00. I II- : :. i lit r IrT-i: ijut ? co; y .,f this cr.iir oe
Stone, the Carnegie agent filial hetsiu Is loi'uti.t! sh<- n'.ij linshop. wlieie his < ;[ ; .-.->-! in tl.e lram"jril; i'uJi.tj Ti-eraj! a The Co.
Christian church. The remains VT<: 4.00 2.50 a n .i .; .if < r ptt ifehv.li > iJr; l.'or.S con ty. once Clyde Steamship
: no longer ue the navy idepartment to ir.-.i'hr all kinds tULt weckt
the here jircprirt-d or repair oi I uvt K f-r c-jn>rcutne jrectniinit
I takeu dirtctlj to cemetery u a 3.50 ]$2.00FORLAOiES .
the ai <) -edae.
: building for his private office. large concourse of friends awaited the iron tin <-r v.oii'l-v.'tfc.I He will in.Ke t Ih.i- aw! .ril-ie-l ty i> f thi* tl.e tliilav of

52.50 L> iLl. .V. T. vEEa: 1 kr ;.
July. A. M
arrival of one of our number who I.aet i ib you avj. ;: >n --- -
:: A conii'oiir speaks: of the ; Wf l thv Lead to the reaper death. 3't'i: a j"u'v! r.r r.rtr y ..urMfxy. $2.25'kij.. & 11.75 ttiee.,

.' 4 jaij duty of bidding two cl-srniiu; The funeral hetvices were tonductfd by shoe your Lor.- ; ..r & !11 1 you a Chii ;n fiAtrmo $2.00 FOR BOYS 1 In <" .:<-ih! Cisrt.. Ti-U'th Jis i--iil Citx-u of Flor-

1 i.a.! Lralfonl I n..;_. .
yourg ladies an, affectionate adieu. Elder Berry, uf Waldo Mrs. Johns orXow. FOR
J inil His V.f":.
X J. .i.-s
: Could anything be furthtV from made many friends wherever the went J'r. } :.rner. u %v 111!! p v 3'ij t. | UvLila K. Jot ti -*, i

and will be mid find out :ill aljinil !thel.! \\ IM'.IUHI. :i.s il ran i JdlltiiEa: ftr Munetlon.I .
her greatly '
sad ? Why, we should thitak that presc-noe iniey Pne.n.t
by uJI. Siic died with a victorious smile! I be ud fi.r any |>'irx.vf "u-iJ t.'niir teiwii I IH Uiore, i his wire.I !
bidding a pretty young lad* an affectionate lio in If war.t afiis DRESS SHOE, made lathe latest iattir A iieuif.n--'t. ,
can put !:! y mrfc towt. yi
on IHT fice.; indicating tliat all 5i veil, don't S5 b $3 $3 $3.50 $4.00 I[ SOTirE Tu ? '..ATUe. STATE T FLOHIpA.T" .
t adieu would l'e l a hioment call aiid l larn all!! aUuu u. It los nat styles pay ty oy cr I
which 13 a consolation lo us all. Hut six- S5 Shoe. They ft equal to custon made &-.d look and 3IiIt-y! I>.-.v. a"ai! Jan.s fJeRi. rr'tsn-! Matt!''
of perfect sublimity And tot tahin wnjion !5n hirC'tF! ( I A. L'efnoree't. iiis V. .fe-'Jreetin;?:
bus only gone before 10 make heaven ciorchtlmciive wear as well, I fyi wish to econonize In your footwear,

; think that it was the eprighCly little fur those that are left behind.At one. hut n i< worth a b- !p )( ki.t full! ti. : do so by purchasing W. L Dgias Shoes. Name and I JT frndanl haying lfC-n, al.<>vt-h'-\vi.natiift n> afilJ.uit are nou th.it rt"Irt.ls thei-!of

voq. price slipped on the toltoTi, lock for it whsn! you beyTT.L. the r-t tof Fi'.riila. ii.il that the rt- i'Vt.ce ot I YORK CH4RLb5iOIi LINESSttan
L ; Metropolis that said this We'llUet tl\e\ l-tautitql gates kbe stands with I .DOUGLAS, Brockton, Msaa. Sold try u.l .- L< at Kh te.-, in th--- State of Af\D FLORIDA -

: ouWnlcJa-i'i arms ready to welcome us GEU W. cuu; Ni: \.Ir. r'l ti.f.t s.t.l deienddMs .re ov-r
however, that on sober fcecond zioncis: a!: AI.AMEZ, S'ne, aieLL.NTON iii- are 0 OV. ,t', 01.1CaN..

home with a smile Let us make pupanition i f.VITlEKO.N: :Jaupl.u.cf ;; It istht-nf're ori.vr.-d. cars-i.Irrwl nn-1 a.l- i
t thought Kdilar Carter, who is a 1(1 meet the cold embrace of de-ith. Starhc, F19.1i '' judged tInt t.M.s.iJ iffondints. Miller l>av and Tlie M!agitiee.nt :j e tn.e iteriKrevt ar.d Mawie A. iJeruorest do ap--
bachelor will admit that ho would
1: Then as Mrs. Join4 we can lie w.iftea Sy 3 :st'tie' ..tuetiei1t. i..ir to thc cvmriUin.ii-t's l l.ii ot npUiin: calling U Charleston, S. C., hulh x\iys:
&f4ite i .riuuLir !I'foie the 3d day tf Octobrr. A
litlte "sad *
not object to having u home to ivrliilin happiness where God : ; ; : 'i' :: '-ely KI H tz. A 'W. ..I | II. l-jI.: i ('r.fut! vhprrof a detreLl l Iro con- rit

ness1 mingled with te phiasuieof ami the argehs ..t'tud.Farewell tihtL 81J. ..' ot '. Pt. Eoi tl-at the 'eVIJe i f -,.) t ill If ti.it-rcJ a jnt them. from New otk, Frouu Jaekiiouyille,
It :s furlhf ordered that this notice f e r'b- ( I'lcr2ti.i:.> aTE.MEU Florida.

ift.It chliren.( I mu t leave you jJ.Vn; Mcl.3": : CV-n-jwu-x a ttirju'rati'.n.; lia* 1:1-11.-i l 11 hc 1'radford C'ounty Tel- "arh. a Fri'IitJuly at 3 O p n .. .. .. .LGONQIIN . ... & at S a ni
.Thursday Aug.
Do not weep when I am gone : -- ---- I coziiifi.C'A SJit iiiis-. A. V. C.cl.ols Iii the i.e '*|-ajr: p.itHshe-1 at fetarke.a\ I'ra'dtorJFioiida Tue.'iav. I. at 3 t'.p p iii... .. SEMtNiCLE .. .. ...... i a

I muii croM o'er death'*dark riper : I Clrcui: Cou.r f r rr.Mi.Jrd -uL't.-- Rortda by cot.hty.. once t ici v'tek for fcurconIn Fuilitr 4. at 3 Co i' ..... .. .... ILEOKE}: ........ II,. *t s a m
_ Florida Petition And Join the aoseU b\ppy son?. : eeUtI% Tu.stay, w. at 3 iii p ; .. ..
..i-i malted vt. 6 (0
i Xvii.'s at a
When the spring-time comes, dear tJrea. ? iaE- :; a j att.eLnt..e: 11ny I wiit.eLer'of.. I have hereunto s-t Myha Friday, 11. 3 0') .. ... ... .
Tbe ni ; i t at p ni 'L3ILuL.E ..... .... 8 )
following are come the proviilous And sweet flowers blush and bloom. I i;. -- .. I! in .i--l: (. iny. f-- 'V PIIT.I.4J of ..iVct;.! thf ;.'! and attha.-'t t- s..l I rt our Circuit Coi.rt TuJa t at 3 tO p (itERuCKLE i. at a

uf a law passed by the Fioi ida legislature lit be in yon shady taller -. -i..i- c-1 : i sum cf osie !.ur.!itr>! an-1 forty fo:.r dollars! d;: on this the S'-t day of AujfUst.W.A. T.ii. IS\Vr.ES Fri.ay. l at 3 t i .... .. .%LiONQUi .... ....Thursday, 24.j at at Ii 2 IX io) a p m
Amid the rooe sweet perfume. -- [L. S ] ) .
4 4t Lat
? p.- i Tuesday. ... .. .. .
at m recent session for the benefit of j-JJ f.- ; m-A-A;;I j k1 to UCVLte! fci'.ri.: M.-chin- from Sept. !-i' Clerk Circuit Court. I'ri'lav. : at 3 el p in. .. ..HEROKEE ... .. ....Tharaday.suni'r. 4C0am' )

the ex-Confederate soldiers who were Kies we. children ere I leave you ; 2 '-: j faid A. W. JTishols c..l tUSiM .i.. VST. NwhJii TceJay. at 3 Ci) p pj.. .... .LGOQUIN .. .. .. Sept. &ai a' lu: a a
800 j I'll reach the golden shore, i aa-3 al! ftli-rpers n- ifttere-tt-! .r- notifte'J to Notice.
; phpsically or otherwUe injured t-uring the And my form will then be hidden _
-- appear to said actBn on Jf .u From thy tight forear more. Votirth Ju'licUl Circuit of Florida.
In Circuit Court
: war: For total loss of sight. 150 ; for Hark I bear sweet strain* of music -I-- '- j K-i THE \VIIKE Sswixi :LWTINECO.. Uradford County. ST. JOHNS RIVER

tout !uss of one eye $30 ; for jotal loss Floating o'er ine soft and low, I An;; i tXov. v-14: Joseph K. MtJ.-her % LINE,
Atiael TOJCCS bid me welcome. L.! ( O.SKINS _
ol bearing. |30 ; for loss of a foot or loss }a.rewefl, children, 1 must go. Mary KaohrlhUr) ant Ja.r Kill For fclM; For Sanford Enterprise pud liiternuMliate Points on the SL

of a leg. |IOO ; for loss of all rf a band M. D. DE.\Lin 1Drugs ;: ; )la'.tei s Sale.masJ liu* KacKIhofer.! 3! Johns IJiver.

o.- loss of an arm. f 100 ; for loa of both & Medicines by >irlutof a Those Wondetrful Giants In Town!!
JuiLs! Kvh"Ihofer. Urt-*-tTaI :
-- bands or both $150 for loss ofI i! *-- closure aad sale! July ma.-; aa-J a.ure.i To Steamers are aptujtir.c.l to s.iil follows
crms. ; If wish to them call Starku as :
you see on Starke, FlatPhysicians' I T rh't-n ci.i\vcby! affl lavi: that t.c-d! -
July llth 1-KJ. ia ati-J by tL- C.rcui: : CV-rt itb
. I otb feet or both legs. $150 ; for pennafient Drug Company and ask for Begirs1 Little I f-i.r i La a r.cn r.->i'ientof "
from wound Giant Pills. Every bottle guarantied. Prescrintioulfy Judicial Circuit. St..tal Flori'ia ia ati: fr the stctcr T lo ida. nr'I that the ra = i.5n'I nf Steamer "KVEU{( LAIi; -i'apt. W. A. Shaw.
injury 'whcieby a leg Jv/'ir ilin EradforJ county in ;i to tain cau- in tk.-tut.ory sail kf.-n'.ir.t! :s sLuttC ('njft:!trr P-.w
CvK.povndtdat n iaiPI'f'f
f lr.t "f >Ici't. na. anal l shat sait! >laia'rx.t- FIO3i JAtXSONVILLE-Tucsda an atoras a 5.00
pr foo( ts renden-d. essentially useless, therein I&n '. flrin Je.i.e !!.:giri.in ar.u Couniy. nu,1 31tt1a -b p. si
I s at
!t is
Unbearable boorishness be ant is oier tIcgec.f twety.&are yeir
f90 ; for other pcrmapent injuries from can changed ". I>. !IaS--A' I Ir iU.. r.J. ate a -j.-uplair-iiit.-. il rnV-ie i r-lrrc-1. co'.vs.Seir .niiI: a
w'ountU or disease contracted luring the to bearable eccentricity by the acquisition and "ary r..j..a- ant! Th.mits H-">;-k:2i. Leru.tn the .ai.l d> (. i-Jj.r.t. JuKus: K.-u-helJiofcr.! *!.. ap- General Pa& ciigt-r and Ticket Oilh-o, S8V..
Bay St. Jacksonville.
bill!! of .h'nt
BROS" '. -ar to comi.lsiaat.tV! C-aT ;
of wealth. !. a- ; n-'aiita. I vill 5-1! to the hi_ U-
service and while in the Hns of'duty ... herein on or befi.r- the -5h rfav ft* p'-t.bfr, 31. II. CI.TO \ T M.
as a c>t bjJtli ir -4. ;i ;n si.t.i i-t tt.o court hou>* F. 31. IKUSMONCEK. JK. FU. I'
I I A I*. 1-S!. ia def.iurt h'reo' adrcieffr.con- iiw.Agt.
Idier sailor. the Vvrson injured rtour in the :<>v.u vf P% ikf. in ,.j t county cfEraJforxl. t I :' lni Gree's, aew \i.nk.
or wLeseby thesoi d-i-rilait. h" ** Wtsl konTifie.
Anon;: tLc incidents of childhood that S. I. Cotton Gin. ..i '4i.teafl1r tIi.! !' 3. the ranVii.g t f vrM> will: b" at t-ri-i asain'-t = Bay stJ Fla

{ or diseased Vas been rendered practically stand out in bold relief,' as our memory reverts I1IC trt: Jivt. !.y in $aI.i i ;n<'..tli and a .aI I i li-hvl It i-furtht-r ilc ordered HrsiJf'Til tliAt County this notice TeK-jraf be t'.jb-h. a liu.oG.hutu.lM: Jso L.. HOWAM., Fla. Frci-bt .\-t ,
sak-iLtjr. !tr11Z 'L.- 1 I. .-n! Jiours >>: ril on sjiI'iaj -, Beiin <,r.u. New \-rk. ,
incompetent to perforny ordinary to the day when we were youtg, Jll lit !>wuiz 1 1 vtp in--: .
panual Tocalions of life $9$. Thc brneVU none me more prominent than severe sick THE RESTLong <. ai .j! .),ir .r :ti u.- toi.ut: "f Irj..rI1! and Count- }Florid. once each week for lour concutivewa.k. A. J. C.-LK. I'.aS'-caget A.ut.. J. A. LEM.IK. Stip ;inicn.\ni.
ness. Thejoung uiotLer uvidly : .; atc of L .{< -n-l .1.-l n.t-'l a- :-at.cs! : The o Lou.inj.! Greete. New \ork.
rt-raem- In >! wTp"f I have l.c-rmnto ";et u Futl LMW fct. na.VM
of this section eiall intyir to the s-miliTt-i bets that it was Chaiuberlaiii's Cough and attixe.1 the Ml l '.f our Cirvnit Court
widow of any soldier or suilotfwho was Remedy cured her of croup and iu turn <-t renr't II twvntytwX rnryrti' Ul i ) t> >*-j T.-lisj.t. runtaininK six 16', south forty on th-s the 3-J cjy .,f Aucu t. A. I) I"CK.VV.T \ i\ tLYlE&SOCIETIES. Ct).. GCUt1Ll .gvuts,

1 Deceiving a pension under the provisions ailrainiste.-s it i o her own ofL-pring und QOtOir! i .'irilI"re- or S*o.a. Tf ri'.sa .!i. |-<:nhatr p. y4 [ .! Cark rircuit WEEKS.SEAL. <'r>urt.i. I S. 1)eitwareAv. l'leiltu1thphmt. New York.
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r which always with the best resultsFor bale I'YStarke'Drug Aug 4. eilt ;'euLeli.ifrr. \\ T. AVefk.- (lerk CircuIt Court in ant for
Company.CLanier2aIn'a !;radf<>rtl ('nuntV. d<> ct-rtify that the foregoing
; pension shell continue during bach widow- !SJHE.WQRLI). is a true cory ol th- orijnnAl: on file I i') my ofrtce. I TEI TS
widow soldier ; Notice.i Witness wv liar.d a.t1 seal of Cirru-t Court, sawa -.- -- WWC -

ociil. Tbe of any or Eye ansi Sklu Olut The v.inU'rsi iu-il is State .\ thi, Au "sailor killed or who died during the war meat.A gent :i 'reu JoLn I!. Fuller: Clerk Circuit Court. ? Meet Thursday night before the third for V UA7E J EES.

front exposure resulting from t service in certaiu cure for Chronic Sore Eves' for the above (.Vrfiiratfl!$ (Jn: <, and You SIC'. l.t il.-! ncvlifh! lint I will Aug. i a_ Sunday in cscb month. (1CR ; ::; (.ti-lE: r s. PATECT
Tetter. iii lt Hheum. Scald Head Old VT*. F. MALSjfX. ubce and v e can hand full v-urf
dut keeps on ; a supply cf : f()mcwe priftilinjs Hg.ucsl: you for a ,% D.IayLode |
the line of active military or who Chronic Sores Fever Sores Eczema. Itch. Notice. a; tcsw ctt than Uiosw rrn iSirntce from lh, U.in1 iii raatnnicnyIbirtv .
has since died of wounds received while Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and I late I'cfore MONTHS after date I Trill pnnt my sc- "
EXTRAS WALRUS LEATHER ETC. days from ibis the Una.R. SIX vouchers the Hon. Wm F. No. 10, / al v'u..drain( ? or phota. with and to
11n-the Une of duty during tlie war bet Piles. It is cooling and soothing. Hun M Csl.! Jjlre of the Circuit Court of 3'alphurs. county Judge in and for the county r__ 1 fl"' -a-nar t! \\> attiris. if p.ez.uaI.It or not.frw

Iceo the states, who has since] remained dreds of cases have been cured by it after the! 4th Juilicinl: Circuit of Florida, in anllur of Bradford and Stat cf Florida as adinismtr.1- ., ) 'b :mn hi: thete every ha't.Tuc-cdiy'j'ren clt.at-e Ltttttook! tier t'e n.t 1kwtooLuairI'atrnne."wIthante' du ti1 irr.t La'aecured.a' .

all other treatment had failed. 25 cents A. B. HART { Uradford in chancery fritting.FKAXCIS tor for the estate of Frank Summer?, decease.. a' ,
county Sieflt brohrs cotthalt.V. !
ot >ialclifnt. of ?
act in county
shall] receive of for final > 5C
unmarried a pension for final settlement and ask a discharge -
:; I per box. For sale by the Starke Drug JCI.IA FtUER. fram said adTninistrltiinit.. \V TraMit. initid X VT. HACSSTT.F tousent Ire*. .a1rrss.

V. *1o pernnnum during such widowhood. I Company Lake City, ; : Florida. Aug SI. !593-lt Jvste 2,Cm Administrator. F. J. Fittos',._ G. aedSee.- MiLParit Vt. N.u. C. A.'at.utoc sow (ii.'0PatentO& C.

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'. I Mr. J, 51. Johns male a business tripto THE COUNTY .INSTITUTE '
j Savannah this week. 1I I A Good Attendance 1 I. Ci WEBB'S LIVERY ;STABLES.Opposite .

and a Successful
LOOK OUT FOR T. A. KNIGHT'St We guarantee all' seeds sold to be uisj'car's : Term-Other School matters.

; Local Items Picked Up Here crop, Starke Drug Company. The County Teachers' Instilute closed ( Moitl's Blacksmith Shop.)

t:: BIG AD, NEXT WEEK and There. Rev,. S C. Faris lectured to the schoolteachers Thursday ten riuys., after Nearly a most fifty successful teachers were term of iu I Will Not be, Underbid on Turnouts of Any Kind !

I sit the Presbyleiiau church Wednesday -
I attendance and all are full of praise for .

f'> ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW. I : night. Prof. W. A. Little their instructor. GIVE, ME A TRIAL.Any

The following ladies and gentlemen
wt: Capt. M. A. Knight and daughter Miss
were: in regular! attendance: Kind of Wood Delivered to Any Part of the City.. LeaTo
:Matters that Have Occurred or Florence, have returned from an extended

Will Occur in the Near Future tour of South Florida. LADIES. tour Order for Your Winter Supply.

-Epitome of a Week's Misses Ollie Dukes, Kate Lakin.; Sallie .
Happenings in Starkc. Persons troubled with chronic diarrhoea Edge Estelle Kellum Minnie Parish.

t should try Chamberlain's Colic. Choleraand EuU fliers Ollie Hague. Fannie Craw-
,, Diarrhoea. Heme y. Many cases have JOSEPH
Oysters 11 good again. been cured by it after all else had failed ford, Virdie Woodcock. Florence Hague, ,
I and skilled physicians were powerless.For Della Crews. Salome York. Dome Ri-

sale by Stnrke Drug Company chard, Celia Alden, Leona Blifch Debbie
shoes from
.... Buy your N J. Jones.IVho National Bakery
:' I Kite, Virgie Richard, Dora Clark. Flor-
;'oif. Drs. Tate Powell and J. C. Wills have ,
, ;,. could I wish for cooler weather? ence McCuIl-\ Ellen Davis, Clara Moody,

,. F<" .. I' medicine formed a. under co-partnership the firm and name will of practice Powell Nellie Fans, Lorena Knight, Amanda Fresh Bread Pies and Cakes of All

. This is the first cay: of September 1893. I Kelly. Annie Cone, Florence Knight, ,
: & Wills. Both gentlemen are too well I
a -- j jI Ethic Knight, Emma Varncs and Mrs. S. j Kinds on Hand.
f. .. "Silver is loose" so say llcffman Bios. I known to need an introduction at the A. Colson. .

: I Read their ad. hands of the TELEGRAPH':
r The music of the cotton gin is now Mr. Fred Martin left Thuisdny for H. C. Peeplcs, Lemuel Colson, John BaKery Opposite Court House. '

'. heard in Starke. Chicano to view the wonders of the great Alderman, A. S. York J. F. Bennett Stare .- Fia:

fair. After taking in the sights of the C. M. Douglas. James Mc.D. Bennett, 1

.f r 0 Mr. Fred. Scott is teaching the school at "Windy City" he will go down to his oIl R. L. Mathes. W. A. Hobbs W. A. Cone,

Chester, Nassau county. 1 home in the blue grass region of Ken- W. W. :\IcDonal A. S. Donaldson. F.
;. ; ___,_ I For Goods Gents'
tucky and spend :a couple of weeks before B. Johns E. J. Ward C. R. McKinney, Dry FurnishingsAND
One million strawberry plants for sale 1 ,
returning to Starke. P. S. Crews, G. W. Alderman, J. N.
.. H. Puddy. Law ley, Fla.
I II Langford. Dan. Waiunght, O. A. Cone, -
r I Miss Sallie Edge is attending the Teach- D. Warren.

I A number of our farmers are saving ers' Institute now in session at Starke,

I their own hay this season. I with !i view to still more thoroughly; '. State Superintendent Sheats and Prof- GENERAL MERCHANDISECALL
J.'M. Guilliams, president of the Jasper
: Column A LITTLE EXCITEMENT. I equipping herself for the important dutiesof .
Special No serious damage 1 was done in this Insilute, arrived in the city Thursday and
teaching, in which capacity she is
vicinity by the recent storm. i I i conducted the two claj's'term of the Pea. ON-
Advertisements inserted In this column at Rut It Subsided Without lIeeultln; :: already highly esteemed by the people of .
:." 5 cents per line (seven words) for each In Violence. body Institute.
insertion. Last Friday afternoon when it got Last: Sunday will not be very pleasantly i our county.-Lul-_. City Friday and Saturday will be utilized by

remembered by our livcrjmen. 1 County Superintendent Dekle in exam -_ m.' R Sweat 4
noised around that Israel Johnson, :a negro The TULCGHAFII will back Bradford
Friend need something for
you in with rnak- ining the applicants for sehoo's. 4.
was lodged jail charged against all olheisforthe\ number -
that tired feeling. Come and get t A full line of Collins, Caskets nod Un-
!|! ing a criminal assault upon Mrs. F. J. and quality of school teachers she has Altogether this has been a. busy week m .
" oar Magic rroniV c fully guarantee -| dertakeis Goods at N. J. Jones'. ..-AT-
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Fields and old white talk of educational circles and some have come
\ lady, some turned out. Our young men and women

", it. Starke Drng Company. dealing summary punishment to John- MrsV.. E. Duncan of Waldo, visited; maybe found in neatly every county in out of it crowned [by success, while others THE RED STORE ON THE 'CORNER

For the best ice cold drinks go to I son was indulged in. The assault was relatives in this city dot lag the week. the state, and they are at the head of will have to devote another year to study ,.,

Meacham'e, opposite post-office. made two weeks previous and Sheriff some of the leading county schools. before they may be referred to as peda p }Steam.Cooked_ Cow Feed a Specialty. -

Johns had been working quietly to apprehend August kicked sand in the eyes of n gogues. .

Fresh Garden Seeds of all kinds in the guilty party. When Johnson good many people) during her death strug Don't buy a blood-purifier because it is Thecounty school board meets next

bulk :Starke: Drug Co. was carried before Mrs. Fields she at once gles. "cheap." The best-the Superior Medi- Tuesday!! and it is presumed that the assignments J. W. ANDREWS-
1ClI1C.ycr's Siu' -aIHrila! is. in the end
will then [be made.
identified him as the man. Ihe cheapest blood-purifier in the market.
There is plenty or money in the coun-
For Sa\e-A few thousand strawberry Johnson made no denial of having been The ingredients which it is composed

plants of a superior variety. OQ the premises, but claimed that he went try to move the cotton crop, and it will be are I he most expensive and medicinally A young lady in Phila;!krlphia broke off Livery Feed and Sale Stables.

$1.00 thousand. D. Q. Cole. moved rfiicaciousthat can be obtained. would ,
per there from his work in the woods near by the engagement! because her lover

.... certain Hoffmen I'I not shave oil his mustache. This fact
for the of getting a drink of wa Subject to changes-
Why pay fancy prices for pic- purpose O\ing to Ihe untiring efforts of Cape
when ter. After getting the Writer at the well Bros', advertisement. Head it this "weekof ought to be yery comforting to the three I THE FINEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY..
tures, printing, etc., you want A. O. MacDonell, general passenger agent
bulk he went to the house to ask for a match. all weeks." i j I young men of t'jis city, who some time
seeds ? Get them of us in and of the old and reliable F. C. & P.. the Attention and Reasonable Charges.Drummers' .
Mrs. Fields was standing on the porch ago ordert'd and u;.jil a bottle of "Dr. Prompt
save 300 per cpnt. You see them limit to tickets to the G. A. R. encampment '
with her back turned him and he knowing Remember I Seeds in bulk only. Sidebmu's Lightning: MiutacheProducer,'
and know what ,
weighed you you at Indianapolis, Ind., has been extended -
get. Starke Drug Co. that she was very deaf, touched her Cheapest and always reliable. Starke to thirty days. Tickets will be on and after a weary wait realized that it wasa Teams and Draying a ,
Drug Company.The of "love's ibor I lost." But it will
on the arm for the purpose of attractingher sale from September 2d to 4th. Those case ; Specialty.Stables '

Ice! Ice!! Ice!!! Morgan Bros'. attention. This startled the lady and the arc requested to fall as a heavy blown four other young .
streets of Starke were alive with contemplating trip
ice depot. ste turned quickly and came near stepping men who spend considerable lime in
people last Saturday. Cotton alwaysbrings communicate at once with Captain Mac- in Bnck Building Cor. Call and Thompson Streets, One Block
his Mrs. Fields twisting, pulling curling and coaxing
directly into arms. ; .
Donell at .Jacksonville in order that ar- from
them to town. Depot.
To have must
good 10'
, crops you was badly frightened and gave thn. alarm. their little "mii>tachetats"A. !
: have the best seeds. Our seeds just rangements for sleeper berths, etc may .
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Y arrived. Swear they are fre h.Didn't whereupon he left.the premises This is Mrs. }<'. G. Moorehead came up from be provided. E. C. Starke, -: ;FJ..orid'_ .
the substance: of Johnson's story, and us Ocala\; Wednesday and will remain in
get Country is poor. Asthma Bronchitis, and Consumption
"' If want many.'em come early. Remember he has lived in this locality for a numberof Staike several weeks. I Mi. John Powell, of this city has invented result f from a neglected cough or cold. '
you years and has always been looked uponas which will Don't neglect but cure promptly with a .
x always in bulk. Starke an orange ladder, .. .
an exceptionally good darkey, many Get turnip and cabbage seeds of us. facilitate the work of few doses of Beggs' Cherry Cough Syrup. ( .
Drug Company. greatly orangepicking. Sold by Starke Drug Company. ,
i persons believe that he has spoken the Always fresh and sure to come. Sold The device is very simple, ",; '

truth only in bulk. Starke Drug Company. IT .
Humbug. being nothing more than a common step- -
A rattlesnake in the zoo at Atlanta has
It's sound old fashion, and expresses just Mrs. :Fields is very deaf and it is quite ladder with a zigzag canvass schute extended not eaten anything since last August. .'..". ...- -
in Starke
cuter store
a dry goods
what meant after purchased probable that she was mistaken in charging you -
.. you from the top of the ladder to the ,' ,': : '
something of no account Now thereis assault against Johnson. Hut the and call for ten yards of roses the clerk .' .
basket, box whatever may: be used for GERNETO. Mtss. May\ Oth. 1892. '
no humbug about Simmons Liver Regu citizens of Starke not satisfied until will make a dive for the led cheese cloth.
lator. Some imitation or substitute may catching the golden fruit. The orange is Although I hive: never used any secret ; '.. : "
be offered you instead but none will give Mr. Fields, returned on Saturday from Whiskers that are peimature.y; gray or hopped in the schute and lands at the remedies before I prescribed St. Joseph's -... ,.; .
the relief from Indigestion Dyspepsia Campville. He was informed of the circumstance faded should bu colored to prevent the bottom without the slighest bruise With Sarsaparilla in my practice as I would { ',; 1

Biliousness like the genuine Simmons and replied that he would ,look of age, and Buckingham's D'e excels this ladder the picker can harvest all the any perscription of my own compound '
Liver You know it by the Z Mid physician who will do the KEEP AN ON THIS
Regulator. bring no charge against Johnson, not be all others in coloring brown or black. ing any ;
on every package, aiid the relief it gives. fruit iu reach without a move. Mr. same will be greatly pleased the results
lieving him guility. Powell has applied for the patent. achieved. In my opinion it is superior to
Miss Bessie Williams returned to her
Southern Pacific locomotives will soon The matter was at once dropped. Mrs.Fields' ----- all others and has been especially
home in Sanford last Saturday after a useful to in Rheumatic and Scrofu-
use for fuel bricks made of coal dust and extreme deafness and Johnson'sclean "A Yard of Roses" and "A Yard of me
I visit of several weeks with Miss Kate t lous cases. R. M. KITTRELL. 31. D.
record probably saved this community SPACE !
Pansies" paintings that have called
asphaltum. of this are For further information call on Starke
Burroughs city.
of one of Judge Lynch's decisions. forth great admiration and high prices, Drug Co. and ask for a pamphlet entitled -

Bucklen's Arnica Salve. In tho mailer of educing the prices of but it remained for some of the young "A Treatise on the Blood." Truby, Sternburg & Co.'s Ad. Will Occupy It Next Week
Thebestsalveintlm world for cuts, Some yeais ago we were very much
bruises, sores ulcers, salt r-eum fever subject to severe spells of cholera morbus; goods the ball has already been started to ladies of :Starkc:: to fascinate the lovers of lu all couutiies. more marriages lake .,

sores, tetter, chapped hands chilblains! and now when we feel any of the symptoms -I rolling Hoffman Bro's. claim to be the art with "A Face of Roses." This fetch-
corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively that ailment, nominal place ih June than any other month.
that usually preceed starters. Read their ad. ing work of art i is produced at
cures piles..or no pay required. ItIs such as sickness at the stomach diarrhou, who ,
satisfaction cost and may be possessed by anyone ""Silver "
guaranteed to give Ittirfe become We have found threads among the gold,
refunded. Price 25 cents etc., we scary. On last the F. C. & P. mail fair daubers. Of
of the
or money per Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera aid Dir- Sunday will capture one Are a sign that your hair needs invIg-
box. For salo by Staike Drug (',0., and rhcea Remedy the very thing to straignten train was compelled by the storm to go course the painting will need retouching orating. Beggs'' Hair Renewer promotes

John A.- King--, Lake--sutler.-- ---- one out in such cases, and always keep it back to Jacksonville when only about ten occasionally but the cost is very low as a a healthy growth of hair;prevents its fall ., : : ..' ,.

Celluloid is diaper chemically treated alout. We are not writing this for a pay miles south of that city. No mail from bit of red cheese cloth is the only thing. ing teed out by or Starke turning Drug gray.Company.:Sold: and guaran- ,
testimonial but to l let our readers know
reduced again to pulp and then moulded what is a good; thing to keep in the house. the metropolis was received at this place necessary. This is dampened and applied .

into its final form. For sale by Starke Drug Company.Ft. on that day. to the cheeks when the roses at A man going shopping with his wife is -

I I once begin to bloom in perfect splendor- usually! most Yo'oetJegoUtdooking object.: PROFESSIONAL. .
The Great Southern Remedy. The TELEGKAPII job rooms Swill print CITY MARKET.
Call Meeting.
Camp summer or winter. Cheese cloUt costs His face always bears upon it the marksof *H sVNSNSS'N'V<>'*XVi'\X> W ---
People should not l-e deceived into the laws for distribution STEWART M. D. .
paying Rev. Ed. Wilson!! of Lake Butler, calledat camp meeting just five cents a yard. despair.The E.L.
money for trashy mixtures cotton up office and among those who disturbed the services at
to sell. Bolunic Blood Balm. (B. B B.) the TELEGRAPH Tuesday I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
which has liven made in Atlanta for the assured us that preparations were b ing the Ft. Call camp grounds two years age. I A citizen of :Starke: hrd rather a funny following parties: have Dr. Powell's .

past fifteen years, never fails to give satisfaction made for a grand time at the Ft. Call camp Rev. Ed. Wilson says that the law will be experience a few nights ago. He imbibed Never Pail l Cure for sale Every bottle is Office with Starkc Drug Co.
as a superior building up tonic and rigidly enforced this warranted : J. L. Gaskins, Starke Drug STARKE.. FLA.
grounds in October. The meeting will year. a drop too n.uch ot spirits fruraenti and t -
Starke G. S. Roach & Co.
blood purifiier. It is made from the pre- Company ; ,
scription of an eminent physician. THe bean on Friday, October 13, and"will be Miss Lucia Sharpe will take charge of started for home, but fell by the wayside. II. C. Parker& Bro. New River ; G. S. pOWELL & 'WILLS.

bottle is large and the dose small. Sec continued as long as good can be accom- Sweet sleep soon took possession of him Young Hampton ; Tr R. Sweat, ,Sinker- t
i their advertisements and buy Unit which I the branch music house of Manier, Lane the until the town ; Harvey Jarrett, Lakeside ; R. W.
plished. and lie remained on crass Tate Powell M. D., anti J. c Will,
... is thoroughly endorsed bv thousands of The beautiful groves surrounding the & Co. in this city while their representative. : arrival the early morning tiain. The Jones, LaCrosse ; Luke Drawdey, Pin- Dl. D., tender their professional services '
grateful Iticuts whom it had cutcu. A A. W. Sclvidge, wi.l; go on the road. Hill ; Henry Drigeers Worthington ; N. to the citizens of Starke and
trial bottle will test; its merits. arbor will be dotted with tents, number I sound of fie whistle awakened him G. 31izell N. L. Blair Blair. P. O.; IS. surrounding ...
musicianand CaMs
being already up. :Miss Sharpe is an accomplished I rather suddenly, and it occurred to his L. Jones, Tcrpentine Camp ; John A. country. "promptlyAttended. .
is splendidly qualified for the duties King Lake Butler S. J. Prescott Sampson Office at Dr.JlLTOajktns' Drug'Store.
The best of order will be preserved, and bewildered mind that he was in Lake ; I "

\ those who go, are assured of a pleasant she is to assume.-" City. Of course he wanted to come home Odom; c.Bros.H., Providence Houghton; W.Middleburg T. Bynum,; U. J. FIELDS, --

season' of camp life and religious services. I, and accordingly made a break for the Fort white ; Henry & Wilson Drew ; -
have com-
You can never a really good : .
A dozen or more of the leading ministersof plexion until the impurity is cleansed from i depot. With hat in hand he went tearing High Springs Medicine[ High Springs.In BUICK MASON AND P LAS-.'

Florida will be in attendance.La the blood What you need is thorough down Call street. When opposite the G. C. CHAIRES,. TEKER.
I which IS' the rock of Gibraltar there are 70
JSarsnpanlJa. FLORIDA.
.. course of Ayer's Jones block the scenes shifted and now he -DEALER IS- STARKE. ,- -

During the prevalence Grippe.of the.Qrippe the absolutely free from all harmful safe.ingredi- was in Jacksonville.! Fearing that he miles of.tunnels Agent for Camp Bros'. Brick.
t ents, and therefore perfectly Fresh Beef 'Mutton Pork and
U noticable fact that into that factional fight over in ,
\ & past se sons was a, might get Strength and Health.If L.FRAZEE.ATT'Y .
"",...... those who depended Upon Dr. King's New It Is not the fault of the TELEGRAPH if the metropolis the poor fellow actually you are not le liiig strong and .Poultry.CALL J. ?-
'. : Discovery, not only bad a speedy recovery; is his out of his boots healthy try Electric Bitters. II grippe
+ but escaped all the troblesome after effectso the news of the entire county not givenin broke suspenders, run STREET. STARKE, FLA. AND COUNSELLOR
111 has left weak and Elec-
; item that sent and lost his cellar button in his frantic you weary use LAW.
This to its columns. Every is
6 : this ffialady. remedy seems 'trie-; Bitters. This remedy acts directlyon COMER L PEEKATTORNEYATLAWand k I
i 't; :. Powder have a peculiar power in' affecting rapid is printed. Our reporter cannot, we regretto efforts to catch the? train. Howeyer by liver, stomach and kidneys gently NOTAR: Room No. 1, Juces Block.

, olufel cures not only in cases of La Grippe, but say, take in Law<:), Hampton, Lake the time 'he depot was reached thotxer- aiding hose organs to perform their -aud- ST AUKE, ,. FLA.
f ..wf in all Diseases of Thrpat, Chest and Lungs! fnnotlods. If you are afflicted with sick Fire Insurance.
Pure nut lus cured cases of Asthma and Iiayt Butler Providence. Worthington and cise and intense fright thoroughly, head&che, yon will find speedy and permanent THE TELEGRAPH-
t Fever of long standing.; Try it and be other places in his weekly rounds in a sobered tae gentleman, and he made a relief by taking Electric Bitters. PROVIDENCE Represents LIVERPOOL&WASHINGTON: LONDON, GREENWICH ft; GLOBE
, AcreamottartPrbaktng! powder Higl hel>t of i j I convinced. It won't '4tsappoi't Free wheel-barrow But if some one will send sneak for home, thanking the powers that One trial will convince you that this is SECURITY, and HARTFORD FIre' Insurance 1 A YEAR $1
all In leavening J I the remedy yon need. Large bottles Companies. Choke lots of Land la town an/
8trcnglh.-Zafea U.S.Govern- Starke Prug Company will not do
rt Bottles
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j i news week from these placeswe I be for his deliverance.
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: ; : 4 t; : proceed now. [Laughter.]- NMjrGfERAL: ,. IltS'.i r- *!S*=B* I was taken ill with aptS .
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mBontiae of Both, House] Peffer. Mr. Peffer thereupon I CondensCd from Our i l IlliporlailtT1cvic Th Drift Ut! .Her Progress aM Prosperity i\was unbl t kelp to my,mr b world many ill when bred one men ses and the women lack of paicstaken 1-;
the'mver I Afteryears
to address the senateon
proceeded mnth. their little
to instruct
finely Epitomize Briefly of romypanion by parents
t I question.' He quested that he Advices Noted \\ machinist avl ones in forms of table and social
should hare and attentive me to take
a patient
I t I etiquette that are easily taught to

: 1T1&t.1s Being'Done to .Aluj Rnancbd hearing (such as he had given to other Presented In Pointed and Readable Happenings of Interest Portrayed in :btte arnpia quickly got a the pliable infant mind 8 but which, \': ,
senators), as he represented at least a nott a change for the f-'
left unnoticed supplanted by
Depression and ifalet.FZPTEEKTH Pithy Paragraphs. ; ..- better. Alter taking: J are soon \ '
.; .:k Bring ., million and a half of voters who believed Paragraphs. Mr. Wheeler. bottles I was wel and actions that become bad habits in a very ; ;- -3-
i __ -r have not bees
just as he did.
-' ahort time. I .
l troubled with my old JAS. A.
I : :: DAT. -Among tie bills SEVENTEENTH: DAT.-Friday: was the St. F. C. Turner &Co.'s sash factory at WHEELER, llU Division cmplaints":t.. ltmor Md.. It is no unusual sight to behold a
I4 second of the debate under the The Western Brass Foundry, Mobile brick build : --
; introduced in the senate Wednesday day Ala., a two-story child drinking from its saucer with no .

c was one by Mr..Paaco, as a iustitnte five minutes-rule in the house. Nothing Louis, Mo., was burnejl. Thursday. ing, was burned Thursday night. Loss Bood's9I1I(Cures word of admonition from the motheror I _-- J4 c3_!_..
The loss is heavy.Clark's #
for the minority bill of the\|finance' sensational transpired. Aside from very $20,000; insurance 10000. nurse"who sits near by. A thirsty '--.' J
committee (proposing silver coinage! at the: speeches delivered by Mr. Burrows thread mjlls at Newark, N. Te board of health of Wilmington, 1usd'.PilU cure UrertU>. 2'i cents per box. little one drink from a cup in

& 20 to The, and Mr. Springers there was none J.. which have been shut down for the wl KNOWLEDGEBrings
1)) substitute proooses a I' X. ., met Friday and declared quar- which a spoon, and later years
4 commieflion of three citizens'of the that commanded the attentian of the !' past three weeks, resumedoperations antine against Atlanta and Columbus, will Bee no harm in continuing the comfort and and

United States to ascertain and report members; and, indeed, these two I' Wednesday morning on threequarterstime. Ga., because of the number of refuges practice. Many a child eats with his personal enjoyment improvement
tends to
before January, 1894, the intr&sic re speeches were not listened to with the -- 4 I at those places from fever infected knife, and yet how easily could the rightly used. The many, who live bet-

lative valne of gold and silver, and interest they deserved. They day wasa A conservative estimate places the' ports. fork or spoon be substituted in its tei nan others and enjoy life more,with

that on that report the secretar; of the day of calm-a precursor of the total loss by Thursday's.fire.in south The Standard Oil company has pur- place if the parents gave but a tiny bit less by more promptly .ftt

treasury shall fir.and determin (the ra storm to Be precipitated Saturday. A Chicago at $600,000. The heaviest' chased a lot in Spartanburg, S. C., of attention to this branch of their expnditur best products to

tio. The resolution offered Tn !day by large number of members addressed loss was on the Simday Creek Coal and will erect three oil tanks with a Do Hot Be Deceived children's education. the needs of physical being, will atetthe

Peffer, inquiring of,the ecreta:. of the the; house, but for the greater part Company's dock, which was damagedto ; capacity of 25,000 gallons each. Spar- with Pa Enamels and Pat which stain the Selfishness is fostered so easily value to health the pure liquid

treasury as to the conduct of National they wasted their eloquence on empty the. extent of $125,000.A i tanburg ,, be made a bulk station bdl Rllnl Ijue Ban tbe Stove Iron and bu 1, Brllllaxt. ,Odor.ILb1andtheeOflIuxnerpay.for through a lack of watchfulness. The laxative principles embraced: in the

- banks refusing to pay promptly in benches. The silver debate was begun London cable dispatch says: At and distributing'i point. D tin gentler courtesies that count for so remedy, Syrup of Fig

currency in checks of depositors, was promptly by Mr. Pendleton, democrat the regular weekly meeting Thursday I o ll package wit ererj PI much are not instilled in childhood, Its excellence i its presenting

then taken up, and a motion to refer of Texas, who expressed his intention of the directors of the Bank of Eng- Chairman T. A. Goodwyn, of the I and in later the man or womanis in the form acceptable and pleas
it to the to vote for the free coinage of Alabama state Jeffersoiiian democratic j to Clean the Face. years ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
: finance. committee mAde by'Mr. land, it was decided to raise the bank'srate low regarded as a bore. Good clothes laxative
silver at ratio that had been 1 executive committeehas called a meeting I beneficial properties of a perfect *%
Hoar. Mr. Vooihees favored a any sug- of discount to.five per cent. Thisis are not everything. Even good healthis
of that to be held on September I j Theatrical know that oil effectually cleansing the system,
he held
gested, but at the same time body people ;
: reference of the resolution, aVid said an advance of one per cent. ; not the one point desirable in achild's headaches and fevers
the purchasing clause of the Shermanact 7th in the city of Montgomery.The cleans the skin better than water. dispelling colds,
it -would not be buried in Good shouldbe
the cornS of Merced Falls Cal. makeup. manners
The town call that matters of importance and permanently curing con<
the announces other ] do not. iption.
responsible for Generally people actresses -
mittee. MesfiTB. Manderson, I yle and pres- fire The I added to health and attire in orderto satisfaction
was destroyed by Thursday. It has
' Others who : will be considered and acted undertook to their given t
ent hard times. I get makeup
Hill opposed it, and insisted bn: the Merced woolen mills, valued at $125-::; : gain a perfect ensemble that counts met with the approval the medical
spoke were :Mr. Bowers, repub- upon. j off with water, they would need soft
adoption of the resolution Mr. 000 Nelson's flour mills ; for so much in the judgment. becau it acts on the Kidneys
Goiman spoke against its adoption. lican, of California, for free silver; and;the warehouse of the woolen, $25,000 mill; The directors of the first national I soap and a scrub brush to do it, and Xo one can word's great a profession, Liver and Bowels without weakening -

.. .. The discussion was cut off by the expiration Mr. Piggottdemocrat, of Connecticut, containing goods worth $50,000, were, I bank of Dayton, Tennessee, have decided j the skin would inevitably come with it.Thoyused factor in life is the possession of good them and it is perfectly free from
spoke in favor of repeal; :Mr. Dockery, to suspend the payment of depositors once cocoa butter. Now they substance.
of the
;: morning hour yid the burned. The town has about 150 inhabitants I manners. They are the open seasame every objectionable
resolution went over without action. democrat Mi'sourifor free coinage; of the i for sixty days and n circularto ] use cocoa oil, which is a better preparation to the best of society. They are the Syrup or F ._'. r-" for sale by al] druggist -

II Mr. Hoar made an argument against Mr. Cobb, democrat, of Alabama, for mills. mostly employes that effect has been mailed to the of the same thing. Drug stores hal mark of the gentleman or ladybut in Wc and$1 bottles,but man-

; Mr. Butler's amendment to the nationaTbank free coinage; Mr. .Varsh! republican, I depositors. The assets are more than keep it. Some keep it fresh, and they must be acquired in infancy.- UliH.Llii tt-l by the California Fig Syrup
; circulation act-repealing of Illinois; Mr. Joseph, democrat, of The free silverites held a meeting at double the liabilities, but the strin- some keep it rancid. Take care not Yew York Telegram. Co.only,whose name is printed on every

the 10 per cent tax on) state New Mexico; :Mr. :Mooney, democrat, ,Cooper union, New York City, Thurs :, gency in the money market makes the i j to patronize the second class, and in package,also the name, Syrup of Fig -

bank circulation. At the close of Mississippi, all in favor of free coin- day night. There were 3,000 persons : stoppage of business necessary. The j cocoa oil you will have the most de- I Last Word. and being welt informed, you will

; of Hoar's remarks the Rational age. At 5:45 o'clock the house took a present and much enthusiasm was dis- I bank hopes to resume in two monthsor j lightjul of all emollients for the oil accept any substitute i offered.
until 8 o'clock when the played. Resolutions favoring the free i bath.
bank circulation bill wa laid recess p. m., less. ,A girl once heard a bit of
| debate under the five minutes rule coinage of silver were adopted. ; 1! want to see how effective it young
aside without action and the of on A Nashville of I you wisdom
report dispatch Wednesday j from the lips of a very aged
the silver concluded. Speeches were made by Hon. W. J. is, come in from a railway journey on '
the question was : j
on privileges aud elections says: Jere Baxter has secured backing i woman-a woman who had rounded the
? EIGHTEESTH DAY The of Bryan, of Nebraska, John G. Boyd hot when the windows have ,
in favor Keating Lee Mantle galleries and will at once proceed with the ,i: a day, full term of ninety years, and with ugust
of and Gen. A. J. Warner.A I been and have had muchi
the house full
; were spectators up you
senator from Montana taken
as wa completion of Nashville and Knoxville j eyes btilr bright and clear looked out
;:' but without action it Saturday morning before the hour of cable dispatch Wednesday from i benefit of the smoke and soot as the
up on the senate ,which is intended to run I upon tho inrolling waters of eternity.The .
; at :5:45 o'clock until meeting, attracted by the announce states that owing the !: fireman. Take the mOt vigorous bath
'I adjourne Constantinople from Nashville to a point on the Cin girl was impressed by the emphasis -
; Thursday leaving the Lee Mantle case ment that the last day of the great prevalence of cholera in Russia, the'I cinnat Southern. The road is already you can devise or endure, then spread with which the venerable dame sid Flower"9'a

still open. f silver debate was to be signaled by a Turkish government has ordered five operation from Lebanon to tb' some cocoa oil on the face and rub it I t her, "Bessie, never insist having

SIXTEENTH DAT.-Tie five-pninute Battle of the oratorical giants of the days' quarantine against all vessels ar. I Crawford coal a distance of fiftj-- off. The blackened towel wi tell the the last word." The determination to -9-

debate in the house on the Wilson bill house. The chaplain, in his opening riving from Russian ports. Excep- I miles, having feM eighty-four miles to tale of failure for the and triumph have the final word leads to more My wife suffered with indigestion

began Thursday morning with speech prayer, asked God's blessing on tions wi be made, however, in the si built. for the oil.-Boston G'azettc quarrels and more of feelingat and dyspepsia for years. Life became ;
ha r Mr. the closing hours of this long bebate. cases from Batoum Odessa biternes burden to her. Physiciansfailed
by Waugh, of Indiana, wh) spoke Owing to the stringency of His Only Fear. home than anything else in a
: for The speaker announced the order of and Sebastopol which will not be money: relief. After reading :lone
repeal as to the interest of fcri-met- and general depressed condition of affairs domestic life. The fact is, that one to give

allism. Mr. Somers, of Wisconsin, the; day's proceedings. Under the subjected to any-quarantine delay. the city of Birmingham, Ala., II First Boy-"I'm savin. up money to may so control her tonge and her of your books, I purchased a

: favored bi-metallism, but would not hour rule, he said, the time in favorof Fire broke out Thursday afternoonin Wednesday night voted to issue city buy a gun. I'm going west to fight eyes that she may opponentthe bottle August Flower. It worked ;,

vote for unconditional repeal Mr. the bill would close with the mem- South Chicago. A gale was blowing paper. Scrip or promises to bearer Indians." pleasure of this coveted concluding like a charm. My wife received immediate ;

Johnson, of North Dakota, spoke for ber from West Virginia (Mr. Wilson) and the flames quickly swept will be ibsued in denominationsfrom pay Second Roy-"I ain't." thrust and yet placidly retain her relief after taking the first

; silver. Mr. Pickler, of South akota, and the time in the opposition to it through five blocks to the lake. Mostof 23 cents up.] It is estimated that "No, 'cause you're /raid of the InI.dians ow opinion, and in the homely, colloquial dose. She was completely cured- .

: asked unanimous consent to {change by the member from :Missouri (:Mr. the buildings destroyed were frame $75,000 at It-ast will be issued in this that's what you are." parlance of the upcounty, now weighs 165 pound and can eat }

the voting order so as to take a vote Bland). The first thirty minutes was dwellings occupied by employes of the form. The bond sale the first of next "Huh! Who's 'fraid of Indiaas? where one finds strong-willed people anything she any
Monday on the amendment assigned by Mr. Wilson to Mr. Clarke, steel mills of the Illinois Steel living in with the i
confining large year will liquidate the paper which I ain't. I couh vanquerish a dozenof together great peace results was formerly
free coinage to the American democrat, of Alabama. He believedit Two hundred and most of characteristics deleteroU
pro- company. fifty will be discontinued. The interest them one hand. pronounced diversity case. H. Dear, Prop'r Washington
duct.. This was objected jto by the duty of congress to fix the ratio houses were burned and 7,000 peoplewere and hondf to be taken up between now "Then what is you 'fraid of?" "do as she's a mind to." House, \ Va.

Wilson, in charge of the Administration between silver and gold at made homeless. The money loss and Janury have been provided for. "I'm 'fraid mebby u big alligator'll \Washington G

-, bill. Mr. Pickle then 16 to 1. He was followed by is estimated at a million dollars, get after me and chase me up a tree, Table Decoration.All 1
A of from Fort
tried Tom Reed of Maine the of dispatch Thursday
to arrange for a vote On the giant --
: The of the and then come
appraisement personal I a big cyclone might
American product free coinage-propo- the republican party. :Mr.:\ Reed was McKavett, Texas, states that the numerous an' blow the here an' then forms of table garniture are required 5& E'5 Yiiin
effects of the banking firm of E. cattle along tree ,
thieves and
sition after the never in better trim aud has K smugglerswho to be low. The tall
Wilson bill baR been never III vases are
Smith Co. of Columbia Pa. ud catch aud lick me.-
; pop me
infest that 'i
section of the
but delivered to this & I upper used mantels A remedy which,
a in the
passed, again objection wa| made. speech equal one. failed recently shows their affairs to Street Smith's Good Jfeivs. upon drawing-
He then proceeded to criticisy Presi- He demonstrated a broadness of views I Rio Grande border, are being rounded room, the sitting-room and the little : If used by Wires ,A
be in a deplorable condition. The I J_ abouttoexpertence
/ dent Cleveland as being under :Jnglish and a generosity of interest which cash on hand with the securities will up and that there i ig much excitementover Dainty SplashersIn reception room, but no longer upon ; '. the painful ordeal ,

influence. Lucas, of South Dakota, and has seldom been heard from 1 urn. amount to less than $4,000. The deposits I! the arrests which have already I a summer cottage quite the effective the table, where their height proves a attendant vponChlldblrth.proTes r ''
been made. from Talverdc .
Mr. Hartman of Montana After Mr. Reed :Mr. Dearmond hindrance to dinner The an infallible 4.
ejxjke for came and the I feature of bedroom was the chat. customof _/ speei-
,* ''free coinage. Mr. Barthold,
declared.for repeal and vhe extension repeal, and then Mr. Williams, of to that been out night and day for the lust cottage drapery, shirred on a slender never good, but so long as fashion I 1nementlesI2 t
over $69,000 so unless -
It .. of bank circulation Mr. Illinois, who opposed repeal. Then the latter are set aside as fraudu-. I week ; in all, about fifty men. The gilt rod and suspended by white Tib- declares in its favor it held nevertheless to both mother awl
iHenk of Ohio came Private John Allen of Missis- I hunt is not over yet, and more arrestsare and few had.the child. told by "
for only
spoke unconditional lent, the creditors will get next to bon bands, formed the background of very courageto \ Sent a
repeal. Mr. Heard, of issouri sippi, who delivered one of nothing.A I exected to follow in a few days. the toilet stand, falling to the iloor denounce it. Now, when it is the erpreaa dnurgists.on receipt "

was against the Wilson bills holding the most humorous speeches of The New Orleans Clearing HouseAhsociation and coming well out on both sides. correct thing to arrange tempting bits 41;; of price S1.5J perbottlecharges .

that the people were Entitled his life. He argued for free coinage.Mr. special from the Salt Lake, Utah, I met Thursday and took The protection of the delicate wall paper of color as low as can be, the wisdomof I- /,49 paid.BRADF1ELD pre .'

:to something more. Mr. Cockran, the Tammany orator, says that, in speaking of the convention j action on the proposition made to issue was perfect, and the graceful banners the chane cannot be denied, and REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA. G

: Dingley, of Maine\ advocated the then took the floor and made the of the western and southern clearing house certificates for imparted an airy fleet that added diners gain an enlarged view of
+++. +++ G +* 4 + +
repeal of the purchasing clause. He greatest speech of his life and by odds btates, which he has been petitionedto small sums to take the place of cur- much to the prettiness of the their neighbors and vis-a-vis.-Ez- +

r had Toted for the Sherman bil only the strongest argument which has yet call, Governor Stone said that he rency. The recent action of the banks rooms.-Neil' York Time chanrje. | McELREES' |

(because it contained restrictiovs that been made in either house of congressin would be glad to do anything that was left the planters without the money to

Vould postpone the evil day. ? favor of the unconditional repeal of essential and proper for the well be- move the crops and 0 plan to over- A Polite Dog. Character In the Eyebrows. SWINE OF CARDUI.:

SEVENTEENTH DAT.-At the close of the Sherman law. Mr.\ Bland followed ing of the south and west. He said come this state of affairs was thus ren- Mother-"Did you thank the[gentleman Highly arched eyebrows are said to .

j the routine morning business; of the Mr. Cockran. Several other that such a conv for the consid- dered advisable. After discussion the who carried you across the crowded denote vivacity and brilliancy, level ..

senate, Friday, which comprised no brief speeches were delivered, eration of questions affecting particularly following plan was adopted: Issue cer- street?" brows, strength of intellect; regularly

matter of public interest, except the after Mr. Bland's, and then tohse t.wo sections without reference tificates of deposit to persons having Wee Son-"I tried to, but I didn't curved eyebrows express cheerfulness; : : '

: ;presentations of communications from the debate was closed in a strong to the east, might result benefi- money on deposit, payable to themselves know what to say-the words wouldn'tcome square ones, deep thought ; irregular, ,,rI 1-

; the treasury department, adverse to twenty minutes' speech by :Mr.:\ WiL-- cially. I or bearer, in sums of S5, $10 somehow; but I guess it's all fickleness, versatility, excitability ; .

any special legislation in regard to the son, of West Virginia, the author of The Italian government is taking $20 or more, and make the certificates right, 'cause my dog wagged his tail raised at the inner corner, melancholy ,

penalties on the 'Whiskey ta. Mr. the repeal bill. His most significant steps to punish the officials who are I I payable through the_ clearing_house. enough for both of us." ; joined over the nose, an unsettled .
'- Hill addressed the chair and wps rec utterance was that the administrationwould held responsible for not preventingthe mind; thick and bushy eyebrows denote !' 'V

;' ognized. ,He yielded,however, to Mr. after the repeal of the Sherman recent rioting in Rome. The massacre -I BUSINESS IMPROVES. Stock From Roasts. physical strength.-Philadelphia !

Vest, who sent to the clerk's dejsk and law, endeavor to enact legislation of Italians by Frenchmen at Just before the roast is done pour Ledger. lf

,had read, a communication frc-m: the looking t* the continued use of silveras Aigues-Mortos on Thursday came as DUl& Co.'s Report of Trade for the into the pan in which i is cooking

director of the mint giving statistics a money metal. At the night session sudden thunder from thecearnttrnl- I Past Week. about a pint of hot water.. Removethe Orrr Many a League ,
Spreads the info ctious air poison of chills andfe
'88 to the purchase, cost and coinage of there were a number of good tional sky. Already I B. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of roast and turn tl gravy into a complaint to the eradication anJ 1t

'silver. Mr. Hill then resumed the speeches delivered, the principal one subject of voluminous correspondence I I trade says : The improvement observed dish. When it is there will be prevention tr. L of which Ilostett-r'a :tomac' -

floor. The announcement that Mr. being by John R. Fellows, the New among the foreign offices of the Triple I last week has become much found a supply of pure, rich meat Hitters is special y a:apted. Vat and fertile ..,.- '- : 1
Hill York orator and the debate Alliance and the next few stock ready to flavor sauces or to improve d strict-j are period catyi'td by this relentless : 1l
was to speak once more great was during days I more distinct and general While actual malady. Fortify with the Bitters .

- $ .. made the senate chamber the closed. _ _ probably will be made the most im- transactions increlsed but soup stock. an I prevent it. Rheumatism constipation, : For Female Diseases. : ,
I b ,
liousne-s. I trouble and
.focus of public interest. He spoke poitant incident in this dull season I little, the change of public feeling is conquerable ver in any stiee by this nrrvousnestare co-npre- .'
'!for something over two hours. There THE SITUATION IN BRUNSWICK among the Continental powers. noteworthy.: There are fewer failures A Wide thoEcp. hen-ivf meidnl. indexed and commended -

-:- was accorded him the strictest atten- --- The Michigan Peninsular car shops either of bankers or of important commercial Guard (at the ', Fair-"I ad- I I by intelligent p'jysiciaiw: everywhere. MEND YOUR OWN HARNESS

;tion from the start to the finisLj Since Latest Adrlces State that There is Nowno at Detroit be shut down for three I or manufacturing concerns, vise you to go to ;your State building I Prayer is thE language r>f th. heart. Only

,his sensational support of Peffer's Fever in the Clly. months. wi shops have a capacity than for some weeks past. Many disasters and make that sort of a heardquarters soul lansuaff-i i heard In heaven. \VITH

.- 'resolution there has not been onsid. It was officially bulletined by the for building 100 cars a day, and before I have been avoided by a more for receiving mail, writing letters, If your Back Aches,or )oa are all worn out

jerable curiosity as to his r a11 position, Brunswick, Ga., health board Friday the financial btringency arose I general pooling of resources and a resting", etc. What btate are you good for Iron nothing B tiers, ,it will: is gentrl, imke d.bility.drown's Jr THOMSON'SSLOTTED _

himself to be'ou tile dem- that there is now not a case of yellow employed six thousand men. All office I greater spirit of mutual helpfulness from? Hronl.cleanse your liver, and you ive you a good you I
::ocratic platform, and in favoijof un- fever in Brunswick and not a suspic- employes will be laid off without pay, and forbearance than were some weeks Drummer-"Well-er--which State -tones the nen'& 1 I '

conditional repeal. The pledgy to bimetallism and all and chiefs One large stock failure for building is the must comfortable?" Don't
ious case. The Cox infant is six milesin superintendents of ago. several repent over?nything you have done CLINCH RIVETS.
was more than J empty the country and the doctors are idle departments will be on half pay. An million dollars was thus prevented Do.i't: do anything to rep-nt of. '
A > A .
ews Ho tools ;
reqn.r9& Only a hammer neued drt
e ,words. Now was not tlw time for want of },atients. Very little sick official of the company says contractscan in Wall street on nrnge. STATE or Onio,Crrv TOLEDO, l ..a cinc them etuiy and qoicfc..tesTing t clnc
I;. ifor experimental legislation f.Jar the ness of any kind exists: and the physicians be secured easily enough, but the market for ThurHday at Hustling Editor-"How "many murders LUCAS COCXXT. >r" the la.ber. 1t for Requiring .ho Thy e to b m..e
did that man commit? CHEMET makes oath that he is thO 10 tle1Tela
l ;discussion of ratios. Thfe senate are unanimous in the assertion railroad companies are not able to pay tiDES depressed, by the closing of FRANI partner if the trof F. J. CHKXET & 1 tough and darlle. Miions now in.arDI.,

I | he predicted, would < repeal that the majority of the people left in for cars and the shops cannot be ru heavy loans, has been extremely dull A Fbistant"One reporter says three, ('0., doinj business City of 1'oleo. 1n.7"1 anlJr.r l..re Co.|nt them up tn, !or se. 40e hi ";

t the Sherman act as soon as !j4ssible.I the city are in a remarkably healthy on credit. without material decline. another says five, and another says Cunt'vi 'and the um tateafor.aaidand of ONE HUNDRED that DOLLAR hEaps to a b o 100.juiort.a.ize Uan'fdby

There 'Would be no filibustering. He condition. The outlook is General Money on call is more abundantand nine.IHusting or each and very cue of C viarrh that JUDSON L THOMSON MFG. CO.,
; Turner Ashby, camp No. 2, Editor-"Three, five, nine, be cured by the us*of HALL'S CATAIRI VTAI.TIIAM, flAS. .
congress should adjourn soon cheering. confederate veterans, of Winchester, lower, as many interior loans CtIU:. FRANK J.Cn.NEY.
0 as the repeal was enacted. Hit speech CNCI.E SAM TO THE RESCUE.A Va. Wednesday have been paid since the banks ceased eh wel w/l Lave to strike an worn to >efor me and subscribed in my If may ono doubts .a
Gettysburg -
upon 350.-New York this 8t.li day of Oecemb-sr.A.D. ie.I them
was admirable in argument. There is of to Bend currency away, and advancedthe average; prnc A. W. .e cu cur,.., "h.b :
d Washington special Friday battlefield. The visit of these ULXASOX, BLOOD POISQM m iUn to C In !),t 6
no denying its strength or ito erect is I rates for renewing or extending Weekly.To J l SEAL> I days. let h.m -r Ie .
says: The government going to I veterans of Lee's was utilized bv _ _ 1 1 Nntini I paticnlar< IO InwUr.teourreli.blity. -
-- -- t take care of the Brunswick sufferers. the United States armY government commissioners '- such loansbut, there is little relief as I Render Canned Goods Safe. I fall's-Catarrh Cure taken internally PuJe f SPECI'LTY ( < Our :

a THE BOUSE. f There is a quarantine fund of several for the purpose of marking the respects mercantile accommodations, directly on the blood and mucous surfaces o* fIJn.l. 't"U"1 !Ie _
If the least bit the Send for .
1 FIFTEENTH DAT.-The housemet at hundrtd thousand dollars provided for position of nineteen confederate commands as the use of the check in the place of you are nervous sj'ltem. F. J.CUE test.monials< C., free. O. Iodide potaotam. iarpirlllaor Bot S.rni fail wa ,
canned soak ) '
!J10 o'clock Wednesday morn Jg, and just such emergencies. Through the composing the regiments ofJohnson's currency increases, and the secretaryof lobsters about goods, hour them-peas in iced, f& Sold Druggists,75c. thnl lustacundourla-otyrblen.htb.olly. cur permanently. flt sl .:
anything-an ,
!the silver debate -was opened yt once influence of Judge Turner that has brigade, of Swell's corps, the treasury in answer to an inquiry, W. Car Rnptir II t COOK KSM&L Co.CCC.1 '
before them. This
by C. W. Stone, of Pennsylvania been placed at the disposal of SurgeonGeneal Smith's brigade of Early's division and has stated that no legal objection water heating No matter of how long standing. Wrt .tAN..-----uni-111-."-* .- .

. -. epoke for repeal and adjured tlo members Wyman to be used for the relief the Stonewall brigade of the Second exists to the use of sight drafts onNew remove noticed any iu them tinny and taste'take that away will the be for HoUeoworth free treatise&,('o.testimonials, Owego .Tioga etc., t.N.. Y.. |For l.dICetl.IDEAL.FAMILY IilUoatBu,MEDICINE I .

to disregard partisan feeling in ., of the people of Brunswick. Virginia Infantry, Carpenters Yirginia York for email sums. Pc$1; by mail, $ll"Lau'l EHea.ele c..u..o. i
dealing with the subject. Mr. 'Covert The difficulty of collections and the least shade of reproach that may cling !and all disorders tbe .
< Judge Turner had a dispatch from battery and Crenshaw's battery of I Liter and Bowel.,o
to that best friend of the busy housekeeper and the world lughs with w'
of New York pleaded for unconditional Brnnswick that $lOOO, a day would be Pegram's battalion. interruption of exchanges are nearly as the canned article.-St. Louis the wor d laughs at yon. you. !I set gently RIPANS TABU.t ....' .;
, repeal, and comparing silver to a necessary. That much will be pro serious as ever. The number of in- dJget1ou followi? their nse. _I-II

I faithful servant fallen into bad?habits, vided by the government if found necessary DEATH ON THE RAIL. dustrial establishments resuming busi- Republic.Great. want Ladles building needing up a should tonic, take or chl'Jren Brown's Iron who I;(bYdrUgc1stsorseuby.i&TS5 Fack.4 b ,$ I .

t held that nothing would Bufficfc to re- and there will,be no one in ness begins to compare fairly with the ( Saving of Leather. Bitter-. It I is pleasant to take,cure.lalarla L ilr .mple..d... L t'IE.ICAL CO.. w TerV. :,
. store ifbut the Mrl Fitch number work. A little Indigeflon.Biousness and "."-.-J-
gold better
- cure. Brunswick who will want for food Two Collisions in Which Twenty-One flopping Little Dick-"Papa, didn't you tell mkes Bloo rch ad pure.Worry o V
4+ ,of New York followed in tie demand for -O
same while there or for transportation to People are Killed appears some products, mamma we must economize?" --
line. Dalzell contended ,for the re- leave. such as wire nails and barbed wire, of I!the great ferti'izer of trmible" I CANCER
A frightful accident occurred Saturday Papadid, my son. produ es them aid it make them grow.
of the and Ascribed which
peal purchase act important producers have been
i: all difficulties of the present situation A CUT IN WAGES. night at the Bnshwick junction of idle for nearly two months. But In I Little Dick-"Wel I was thinkin' B*ecbam Pills correct bad effects of over CUnEI WITHOUT TiE KNIFE
the Long Island railroad. A Rocka- that mebby i you'd get me a pony Iwouldn't eating. other25centsabox.. Or Us '.bur ititir. plua- ,
Bcham's-no .
democratic the. the
1 to hostility to tariff.Mr. general consumption has so far decreased : r
IVCjnctr3 exclusively'
train into the of wear out so shoes. trea ed. Dr.
Emplojea of the Mobile and Ohio Ball ran rear a Manhattan many .
I Hatch, in speaking in ihvor of way that the southern furnaces are If afflicted with core eyes u'e Dr. Isaac Thomp t.U.dn- 3 Sanatorium.Fort 1'jyi'c.Ala. 4
road Will Get Less Money. Beach train about 11.35 o'clock, Street &stGood .YCI'S. son'.EvewatrJr'wt1I!at 2.V-p"r hot f'A.C 0- 0
free coinage, advocated a CAUCUS of offering pig iron at very low figures I
democrats of the house and se eate to A Mobil, Ala., dispatch of Friday telescoping several cars. Sixteen dead here, and standard makers in Pennsylvania Xngleside -:- JE3.etreat.

interpret the Chicago platform,=every says: J. C. Clark, president of the have been taken from the wreck, and are contemplating reduction For Di.easrs of Women Scientific treatment and :-
n 4 4 4 44 4 4 cures .
it is estimated that the number of injured luarAIe* Elegant.partmrnts for lad!.be-
man of 'whom would pledde (is life, Mobile and Ohio Railroad ccmpany, in prices. Though currency 9 tON daring cnlnemeut I Addr The Rest -.
will reach in .
: fortune and his sacred honor" ft abide and General Superintendent McLaren neighborhoodof is at a premium of 1 to 2 per cent, drat Ibslcln. Bater Cour ahYIUI.Tenn.CURING :

by the decision. and committees representing the orders thirty-five or forty peeple, many of the demand is less than a week For Summer > By 1erb.n.eai Tirana Z
y whom it is believed will die. : !
of conductors, engineers, fire- ago. Receipts of gold from Europe Cooker g our ** :
SIXTEENTH DAT.-The hons!, $joint trainmen COLLISION OS about o method and aace w
men, and switchmen, held a THE HABLEM. during the past week have been _
resolution as to town bites in tbfe Cher- conference regarding a reduction "in A head-end collision occurred Sat- $6,700,000, but the Ban of Englandhas r Royal Baking Powder will be found the > RUPTURE i *!8., UUt. .-;: .Kil (O 0..
okee outlet was reported in the senate f> ldtP '
The refused
men raised
wages. accept urday near Dykesman station, N. Y., its rate per cent., .
Thursday morning and an attempt was reduction of 7J per cent without the on the Harlem railroad. The trains which is expected to stop further <'J greatest of helps. With least .]labor and > CANCER Permanently

made to have it passed but objection stipulated sixty days' notice were a northbound express and a shipments of gold to this country and NO KMFK. NO PUISONVNO PI.

: was made and it was placed on the The company made a counter proposition southbound accommodation. Te two the Bank of France has lost during the < trouble it makes bread biscuit and. cakc' 9 _: JXO. B UARK1S. }' .. "STEIt. "

calendar. A question of precedence to accept a reduction of 10 locomotives week about B BDITRF CURED: !
per came together terrific past $1,600,000. The absorption __ u U 11 J.S. "!' FRCll.. .
between Mr. Stewart, of Nevada, and cent for several months, and at the expiration force, completely wrecking them of n.oney has not yet ceased, of finest flavor ., :;

r Mr. Peffer, of Kansas as to. which of that time, if the financial both and also wrecking the first pas and credit.substitutes are in use as yet :: E light, sweet, aripetizing Best.Plao'n Ea-'Remedy test to fir..and Catarrh Cheapest.CATXVRRH Is tb. .
was entitled to the floor was condition of the road was unchanged train. Four its { "
senger people were poorly supply place.
: <,".:- decided in favor ,of Mr Stewart, the reduction should continue. This. outright, and a number were more or' The failures for the past week number : and assuredly digestible and Jholesome9

who then offered to yield hiij right was refused. Pr sident Clark then less ininred. 410 in the United States and .( Sold by druggists or sent by mall, ..

'. if Mr. .Peffer desired particularly to told the ,men that the scale of reduc- In 1874 all London houses were com- twenty in Canada. Of the commer- 4 + -- -SOc. E.T.Bftzeltlne.Wan P .

: address the senate. 'Ir. Per declined tion submitted to them was imperative. -.. palled for the first time to be connectedfrith cial failures in the United States 149 'VV ,'v .-, 1, .tN.U.-- .. TLtyfive'i. "I]
the offer but said taat he <
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