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 8, 1893
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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1--; FARM; mn ABGARI The top of the cocoa tee oil exhibi: ] --5- FLORIDA NEWS NOTES quate {ransportalioli facilities mttck I CONGRESS IN SESSION. STARKE DRUG CO. :

Hon is from Lake Worth. Its gfe l of the fruit was placed in mafke ifl *

]leaVes; from,20 to 25 feet,iii length'; clanjagod condition ; but we look tot.

J: Ittkmflm Ms For Florida Fruit green and its cases clusters or husks of nuts, are in a their novelty thick to Hems of Merest GatW at Rante better completed.things!\ By,. when{Ike *the av is railroad it.not unnatural is- I TIie; Daily Route of Butt House! -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- -

Id Truck) majority of visitors. As and '.fiomewhat'arbii'a-J td
[ Growers : the,stump "_ Briefly EpilomMWhat
of the 'ame tree is, shown as efl.aebhts from All Orer tie State rush a railroad through a country before !l" Chemists-

1 throwing out roots and sprouts t ; securing and settling for the right tA": Manufacturing _

Young trees look small, and inexperience one gains an insight into the habits i The session! laws df.lBd3 l l1i+e fi06fl of way? An injunction or two might i Is Being Done to Allay Jinanclal .
t to the space?growers they often will occupy miscalculate at something as- and The appearance stump is about of the 21 cocoanut inches in plant.diameter -J They printed make and delivered volume of to 500 lie j birid i. I' iri1rp.i1 construction.--' 1 Depression ant Bring Relief.NINETEESH Our itock is the purest and best. Prices the lowest.

r like maturity. In planting the entire tree a pages. I r---
some sixty feet in I Director HattV ierIos.The w.
;; young orchards give plenty of room, height, and its age is given by the The Miccosukie Drainage TfIllUI- C"UiQH comments as follows I i>AT.-In the Senate We guarantee our
;, and if there company
to be
seems waste %
f at first fill in ground state representative as 13 years.: He is still at work draining the lake, and regarding the decision of Direc Tuesday. Mr. Y oor ic a; chairman of
with small fruits hoed is also tho AGUE CURE OUR ASTHMA SPECIFIC
or AND
It is authority for the following]) entertain bright hopes of success. tor-General Davis iu recognizing Commissioner the finance committee, reporfe backto FEVER ,
!Jo- crops. a great mistake to crowd. facts; The cocoanut bears fruit at the JaclvPO' ; "Director-Gener the house the bill repealing a partof

'. age of six years, ahd produces from The bdaird of state institutions( has al Davj; of the Yotld's Columbian the Sherman act with an amendment And everything we make to be the best., ,
I l)entli 10 Cnivrorms. three to four hundred nuts every year. adopted a resolution abolishing ih .' I xposition: hijs tid dofibt "been more or itt the nature of the substitute.

\ (t', f A California horticulturist has tried The nuts are planted in rather shallow I system of "trusties" in the convict 1eauneveil dtiHifg the pri&t{ two Hfe nsketl that the Mil b placed on the
fr a recently recommended method of holes and lightly covered. They soon camps. mouths by the unfortunate{ e'onle. ftilenrlar atid gave notice that be should Physicians'! prescriptions Carerully Filled Day

.; destroying cutworms, which was discovered -: sprout, two of the three eyes seen in over the matter of official recognitionto I ask the' senate/ to take it up immediately ,

J; I in Australia, and thus describes the end of every nut (in which children -I Sixty-six free schools will be openedin extended to I.'lorilla-3. content i after the morfliiig business from or Night.
S his experience in the California trace a fancied resemblance to a which had its ROnrin petty jealousies this time on until final action i Is taken.
Leon net winter and
': Fruit Croicir monkey's face) send out toots and I County the some of the alleged friend Teller objected IEtI E FLA.
: county board of education, at a meet- among When he called it up, :\1r.
In regard to killing cutworms in the I from the third grows the tops. ing held a few days selected thirty- hut iu fact the fel rnenne1,? "f the i to its immediate consideration
.. t vineyards, I tried the advised ago and \\hicli precipitated I -
remedy I three white and forty colored teach- WAS by find it went' over until Wednesday.
r in you columns by an Auf-traliau tra"'brrry l'Id.lllllic. the action of Governor Mitchell in
: ; y I ers Other teachers will be elected ata I Mr. Stewart's resolution- inquiring into -
I I- : VlDf'Yllrdut-namey] bran and Paris I Stephen Powers, whose knowledge suspending Corniti-sioner; Jnclvson. the condition of the -
fteacmtt was
future meeting of the bORtd.I / Rebe9q su lorenn el the moron
, OS!. t green. I mixed three or four pounds of strawberry growing in Florida i$ This action not only raised! u l'OW in then taken Senator Gordoitj of cnraGONORRHOEA ud GLEET l lIIto5dys.K'-.
... up. _
'k of Paris green with sack of bran dry, unsurpassed, says in his Farmer and I Chicago; l>itt i it effectually stopped Georgia, had the floor an hour on the KIfKH Li----:1, oth f treatment iiiurl4)tBtoa) nccMUry.* ftei tfcta.Nevercaine Vri'e.stricture fc- orltTC
f': t and when thoroughly mixed moistened Fruit-Grower for; August 12, in red" The commissioners of Dade county the shipment rif exhibits through silver question. He spoke in favor of ; 67 5L4J
HOOD BALM CO,Pro's.Atanfa.! -
: V having preferred charges against J. A.
it to
and scattered inquiries that the
n little about each sooner straw- the proper channel, and in tncoriditioittl repeal. He also declared -
vine. After dark I examined with a berry plauU re set out the better. !I Miller, treasurer of said county, allege everyay humiliated the state1 t of himself in favor t/f/ free coinage. If

,: .. : lantern and found the worms Large, strong plants will cover and ing failure to peform duty, the governor Mid
t feeding Florida] in the eyes of the exposition the friends of bimetallism, he, -
.!, on the bran, but none on the vines. project their frhit from frost next I I has suspended: him and appointed management and before the whole were strong enough in the senate to --- < '>"--'- '- -- :-

J A day or two finished them all up.: spring, while on thin-foliaged plantsit Ft f S. Dewey to examine hii country The director-general could attach freo coinage to the pendingbill lent to introduce A bill repealing the --

. t This is a quick and perfect. cure, cheap will be frozen. accounts and report to the county haM had lib personal }interest ill this they would be strong enough to statutes authorizing appointment I ,

. 5- and easily applied. I am much indebted For horse culture the distance apart commibbioners.Notwithstanding. affair, and hiH final decision bf the. enact,it afterwards He was opposedto of marshals and superYidots of elec tpH

: 1 to your columns for the sug should be 30x15 inches; for hand culture I question was therefore without bias orrejIiclieean delay the iepefll a contest over tion. Mr. Breckenridge, of Kelit eky>

. ;. 1 gestion. i 18x15. On very rich land the' the tightness of act of simple justice, free coinage. During tile delivery; of from the committee on appropriations;
. latter distances might be increased to the money market it is reported that the prevention of the gross injustice. his speech Senator Gordon was given reported the urgent deficiency appropriation BOTANICBL000BALM
; V nird'ing ( rapt" Vln.. 18x20. :\ft. :Flagler has ordered seventeen til it The
and was passed.
f .' Hih order reviews the whole matter close attention by well-filled and : ,
. An interesting but reprehensible Probably] low hammock if very thoroughly neW passenger coaches and seven new from beginning to ,end5 and every crowded galleries. He explained his items are $25,000 fo* bank note paper,
;. horticultural process which has been drained, otherwise low pine locomotives for the J., St. A. & I. it. stage of it right and propriety ate position by stating that the Sherman $200,000 for the coinage tff subsidiarycoins

'i c practiced considerably of late years, is would be best. The strawberry plant railway, and that work will soon commence Been to he on the side of President lafr was not the friend bat the insidious and $75,000 for clerks to ftrftt* A thoroughly tasted Remedy

: I:: that of girdling grape vines to promote requires plenty] of water, but not on the new railway station at Jackson, while the conduct of his opponents fbe bf bimetallism1.; sentatives. The house then resumedthe H ron ALL HI

:: > early ripening and increased size and standing water. If your land id low Daytona. is marked by interference, TWENTIETH DAT.-In the senate, consideration of the new code of I BLOOD and SKIN DISEASES. :

. .,;. beauty of fruit. These advantages are and heavy, make it up into beds about unwarranted assumption, misrepresentation Wednesday, after the routine morning rules with the understanding that the I hAs been triad
; considered to lio more than offset by ten feet wide and with water furrows Lemon buyers from various portions'of and malice. DirectorGeneral business the bill for the repeal of the general debate shonld close at 2 o'clock. sndnotfoufldWshtHc.t0rt0YY1bYn Tnl staadATtf:wmedy

. f deterioration in quality of the fruit about ten inches deep between them. the country are buying up the lemon Davis has acted wiselyj and he Shetman act was taken up, and Mr. This understanding *'aft disregardedand with eminent certain and pby un?ici.lo.varyi wh'e success. an* ttaed for alldiseases It
: and in injurious effects on the vines Plow with crop at Lake Weir on the trees and a5 to' MMrlnde fur which It is recvJ>mended. Itft
deep a two-horse plow, ]has won the gratitude of all the peb1- Silefman fcroeeeded to; address the the time arranged so .,. fails to teootit from the irt dos
;:. 4, American Gardening thus describes cut up thoroughly with a wheel or paying good prices. Alfred Ayer has pIe o} Florida who appreciate fairness senate. He said that if the repeal of the entire day's session. The proposedcode I HOlckly r aad ettectuiilly driving jot all '
, .; r S the modus operand: spading; harrow then leTel off with sold his crop of 1,000 at $2.50 and iustice." the purchasing clause of the a't't! of July of rules was debated, both under tn.t, jwmorr grm of fruni Ifea stia the ,system liver and tb* The time for girdling is after the per box } and other large growers are minutes Wltlxvot ndy unpleasant or Injuriousor'siipemUionv
r J shortly plank drag. This is made by lay 1890, were the only reason for the the hour rule and the five I &he reuit of 1oranC
t the fruit is formed, and when the jug two-inch plank, each one lappinga Belling at good pricesi The lemon (frame County'.. "Exhibit Car." extraordinary session it would seem rule. "ftithoiit disposing of the rules. Wt H Li upon P
5-. -If young grape is about tho size of a pea. little over the other, weather-board crop at Lake Weir Is excellent.A Tile "world's fair exhibit tJar" from to him insufficient. It was, how- the house at 3 (//5 oVloek adjourned. common of modern sense medical and&scleocf.thorough It knowledI4

,,1 {.' v It is done by removing a ring of bark fashion, and fastening with cleats. Get Orange county, is one of the pass iiger: ever"; ]justified by the existing TWENTY.-FIBST Dlr.'- Afief: the very Durlfles health to and the enriches sufferer.toe As blood a c neral and bro toniC
,- ; nearly an inch broad from the arm or on it and drive. It is the best tool the fine quantity of marble has been coaches of the Tavares and Gulf rail- financial stringency On One thing, little and very unimportaflf :Totttine it is without a rival,and Irt its analysis
; it Is
. i V branch of last year's growth. One or farmer can use for leveling ahd pulverizing discovered in Lafayette county, on the road, which Captain \V. B. Tucker, he said, and the morning business had been transacted p I byona bMltbKlvlDgproperties comparison with any abllutely

S., :. two shoots of the present season's rough land. It grinds lumpsto Suwaunee river,which is another sourceof general manager of that road, placedat people were agreed congress, and that was that in the house Thursday, the consideration p *Ifl fWre4totb|;twrttitififf.public.from lnpiir UII.ploeafora* .

" o :} growth should be left back of the girdle pieces where the roller often simply wealth to Florida's long list of subterranean the disposal df the committee appointed both gold and silver should be contin- of tfcf flew code of rules was I IsbM biflorl-tne efuIm.I'iee.cnrrent.of K
1 :, I for renewal, or for the next season's presses them down. It carries beforeit substances. With phosphate, to make the exhibit. On entering ued in use as Monometallism, taken up. Mr. Hooer attacked the rare D4.eae* ..:ruptioiu', faL4TIIRM.uati.Ifl. lw,1
< wood. kaolin, gypsum, paint, iron and mar- the cat, one is struck with tho money. Web confers Liver. IUd.
bearing a quantity of mellow earth, filling pute and simple, had never gained a proposition in the Bladder DtaegIq' Fem Weak.ac. -
k, h A knife is made specially for this up the low places at the same time ble enough to supply the world, what tropical appearance. Tropical trees foothold in the United States. If the upon the committee on rules jurisdiction .., Nervous D .

'Ie. }purpose, and vinyardibts find it very that it knocks off the tops of ridges more could be desired in the line of and tropical fruits! are everywhere senators wanted chea'p inoiley and an over all proposed action touchingthe INVESTIGATE FOR YOURSELF

'f convenient. It consists''IOf two hooked and knobs. resources? conspicuous. Banana trees, with the advance in prices the free coinage of order of business. He contended etna for our Fre Book of Valuable
blades attached to a wooden handle If close hand -- fruit on them in several stages, are an that stlch would mean the InfarnMSfn. together wlttj 1 wonderful -
t f your plants ate at it silver was the way to do it, but they fl cottrse array of ertlflciue of remarkable
1 parallel to each other and about seven- will p.iy you to take them up with a One truck farmer in the vicinity oi attractive feature, while etefy other should not credit bimetallism. surrender of thd p*wers of the _great cares from the after simplest all known to the remedies
i eights of inch apart. The inner part garden trowel, with a ball of earth as I Tampa, who raised celery for the local tropical product is well represented. TwEnTr-FlKST: DAy.-After some unimportant committees of the house to a committee nlent&lalle dlse& .certificate*testily with
Botanic Blood I
of ach blade is market last season says part of his Stuffed birds and animals make an in- of five aound.tna*
; filed to a cutting edge. large as one's fist; on each. This process proceedings :In the senate consisting men.TWXNTYSECmm Balm Is the bse.cbeaye.lulctt'sl.lret
: 7 A chisel shaped knife is fastened on the is slow, but it is sure, and the I crop paid at the rate of $1,500 per resting exhibit. All the products of Thursday Mr. Cockrell introduced a DAT.-After the e.1 known and to the power

1 back of the handle. plants pet much quicker and stronger I acre, and he expects to do even better Orange county, including cane, rice, concurrent resolution directed the secretary reading of the journal in the house per bottle; (3.00 for ft bottits.

", ; In operation the blades are hooked start, so that it pays in many ways. the coining season. That is big oats, rye, cotton, cassava, arrrow- of the treasury to issue Friday, Mr Weadock, democrat, of PaI.1.Ae druggists;I not send to OB.
money. There are few, if crops root, cinnftmon camphor pineapples offered resolution postponing Address BLOOD BALM CO.,Atlsnt. 01. ,
over the vine and the handle passed If the plants have to be transported any: certificates, not to exceed 20 Michigan, *
1 nround it, at the same time holding some distance, they will have to be set grown in any country that will pay oranges, bananas, .etc., ate per cent of the amount of gold from Saturday until September -

": the, blade firmly on the vine; this will without earth. In thIs: case set none better shown to advantage. Curiosities pecu- coin and bullion in the treasury. and 15th the delivery of eulogies upon
: cut two lines seven-eighths of an inch before four o'clock p. m. It will pay liar to Florida and Orange county formno to use antI expend the same in payment the late J. Logan Chipman,'of Michi I

p : apart through the bark. The knife is to give extra wages and bring lanternsto There is abundant evidence that the small part of the exhibit. The history of interest on the public debt, or any gan. :Mr. Reed said that the resolu- _:_-_- .---------- --- -
::1 ; then lifted from the vine, turned over, continue the work until 9 o'clock p. water supplied by the Tallahassee of the car dates back "about ayer other demand, liability or obligationof tion pre-supposed that the house wouldbe
"' 1 and with the chisel-shaped part the m., rather than to set them in the Water Works company is proving a when the matter of .sending an the United States. It was read and in session at that date. He Lad THE CREW SAVED.

;. ring of bark is severed and lifted from forenoon if yon could get the work boon to that community. Many citi- exhibit to the world's faitwas first laid on the table for the present. hoped that "the country would have

.S its place. The whole operation is performed done for nothing.Set zens voluntarily attest its healing flg tutea. A committee was appointed The house bill for the repeal of the been relieved of us before that time.",
in few seconds. qualities, especially in kidney troubles. to arrange for an exhibit at the world's The resolution 'Was adopted. 'Ihe
J a very firm, pack the earth solid purchasing clause of the Sherman act
l The grapes should be removed from around the rootsso that a plant pulledby There is lithia in the water. The well fair for Orange county. For this purpose was then taken up and Mr. Wolcott, of consideration of the rules was then relumed. The SteaisMn SaiaiiDali fe Wrlck d

S the shoots left growing back of the a leaf will not come up. Be carefulto is seven hundred feet deep, and thereis voluntary tax was paid by the Colorado, opened the debate with a The tote was taken on tht '
: girdle as it is desirable that these make leave no air holes] in the ground no finer table water in Florida. citizens of the county, and about $800 prepared speech against the bill, delivered Boatner cloture amendment, and itWas Oil:t BuM islwJ

.S \ a vigorous growth of wood for bearing around the roots J pack the earth to I were raised in this way. Hon. H. A. in the presence of almost all rejected, 90 to 131. Mr. Morse,

( fruit tho next 6ea on. The vine beyond the bottom of the hole. The governor, has made the follow Abercromby was appointed to get up the senators, and of a large audiencein republican, of Massachusetts\ offeredan Senn Days' TVHIi An
the'.girdle makes a great growthof ing civil appointments; Jas. M. De the exhibit, which he at once startedto the galleries, amendment prohibiting the After a Bate

t f wood and fruit, and the edge of the Waal,of Jacksonville, to be inspector of do, and the splendid collection now TWENTT-SECOXD DAT.-After some ing of tobacco upon the floor :smok-I rf1 .
callouses timber and lumber for Duval county; displayed; in the car is the result of his house at time. This was adopted -
I girdled spot and partly overgrows 1'f 8 the naked wood. Shortly after A highly instructive paper on citrus I J. M. Rivers of Jasper, to be notary work. Many contributions in the way morning business of the senate, none ; -55 to 51. Some of the most inveterate Dispatches of Wednesday night

the fruit has been harvested the girdled fruits, byE. S. Hubbard, of Federal public for the state at large ; Owen P. of money and articles were made by of which was of public importance I smokers in the house were sitting : state that the passengers and fccrew
is severed Lamerson of Grove City and T. B. the citizens of the county, and the do- around Mr. Morse, clouding him the of Savannah have been res-
V part from the vine for Point, was read at the World's fair house bill to repeal a part of the Sher- City
Lanier of Tavares, to be notaries public nations would have been much larger while he advocating his amend safe though the gallant
the was and
benefit of
next year's bearing horticultural congress. The points man act, was taken up and Mr. Vance, up are ,
for the state at had not the First National Bank .Re
wood. large. of ment. Several amendments looking ia total wreck.
\ presented in the following extract are one of the minority members of the atmp a
'f particularly worthy of consideration.We Orlando failed just at that time. It finance committee, addressed the sen- to cloture in some shape or degree,and seven days' encounter- with

Florida Fruits at the Fair. can indorse the objection urged Reports from the country in the was feared that this would cause the ate in opposition to the bill. to the prevention of filibustering,wt>rt. the ocean at Its angriest, andv.after

In an article in American Gardening against cotton seed meal, having years vicinity of Jacksonville indicate no work to be abandoned, but Mr. Aber- TWENTY-THIRD DAT.-Notice was rejected. Mr. Morse's amendment shipwreck on A storm-beaten coast the

: for August Fannie Copely Seavey ago lost a crop of oranges following an great damage to houses by the recent croniby persevered and got the CPr given in the senate Saturday morningby the only one that was successful. The passengers of the ill-fated ship were
describes "How Fruits are Shown" at application of this fertilizer to our storm, but the giants of th.e forest tilled with exhibits. The intention is Mr. Voorhees, chairman of the finance house at 5 o'clock adjourned until Sat- rescued by the gallant steamer Cit ofBirmingham

the World's fair. There are several own grove. The fruit was of delicious I fought a losing fight and are scatteredall to take the car to Chicago and make a committee, that he would on urday. off Hunting ,

: fine illustratious, one representing the flavor, but was "creased" and unmar- over, prostrate and broken. Fixing county exhibit in the Florida state next Monday move that the hour of TWEHTT-THIBD DAY-After the transaction the South Carolina coast.

Florida orange arch and another the ketable. We quote : ..... up the fences will give the farmers building. meeting of the senate should be 11 a. of some routine business,in the Heay"and sincerely did Savan'

q Los Angeles orange tower. The toweris As nitrogen is the element most nec- II. steady work for some days to come, THE STRIKE POSTPONED.The m. instead of 12 -m., and from thaton house, Saturday morning, the consideration tho news reachedthe
and the storm of Aug. 27th will of the rules was resumed. Th. whose name the fated steamship -
thirty-five feet high-apparently essary for vegetative growth, so also long he expected the consideration city,
twice the height of the Florida arch- is its form as food for the health of 1 be remembered in the annals of Jack- L. & X. Employes Accept a Reduction of the bill to repeal the Sherman -I first amendment presented was one bore;and a nation rejoiced with'her.
and is fourteen feet square at the base. orange trees a matter of serious consideration sonv ille and surrounding country. Until December 1st. act to proceed from hour to hour. cutting off the power of a single member A day of doubt and anxiety and

\ It contains 13,873 orauges. to growers of. the citrus. I The repeal bill was, at Mr. Voorhees' to object to a request for unanimous sorrow had the happiest possible
; The Florida arch is well bet off by a I The prevalence of diseases like mal- The Wholesale Fish Dealers' association The final conference between the suggestion, laid aside informally for consent. It was defeated by c ending. As the gallant City of Birmingham -
I cheifs and trainmen side and '
I crown of cocoanut leaves and a di-goma or foot rot, die-black and recently organized at Tampa on one the day as no senator desired to speakon bare quorum._Yeas 52, nays 127. steamed up to her dock,
the officials of the Il'
t drapery of moss, but a long time table limb blight has been a matter so seri- .I has already practically disbanded. The and leading Nashville on the other, was heldat it. The house urgency deficiencybill THE HOME RULE BILL bearing aloft the pennant that of most h e
in front of it has a wofully bare ap I ous that government experts have for principal object of the association and from was then reported and passed with stricken sister and below .

# : pearance. But the writer has no word some time been studying and experi- I was to secure a uniform scale of prices, I half Louieville.Saturday past 2 o'clock until 8: 15 at night. some small amendments. :Mr. Dolph Passes the House of Commons and precious burden, her human from freight theassembled ,'
1 of for the Florida determine the and proceeded to address the senate in favor cheer after cheer rang out
disparagement exhibit menting to causes but while the Charlotte harbor and : The following is the text of the first Reading In House of Lords. noble
I and apologizes for the use of devise cures} or methods of prevention.As I!. the Indian river dealers signed the reached. of the bill introduced by him appropriating A London cable dispatch says: The throng to give ber

; russet oranges in the construction of a matter of observation among in- I contract aud gave the bond to abide On December 1st there will be an i $500,000 to enable the house of commons agreed to suspendthe welcome. the
'It, tho arch. What she says of the Flor- felligent growers these diseases can by it, they never changed at all, so other conference as to the restorationof c secretary of,the treasury to enforce 12 o'clock rule Friday night in The rescue of the Savanna was the

ida exhibit is as follows: often be traced to excessive or inter tho Tampa dealers had to go back. to rates. In the meanwhile the 10 per I the Chinese exclusion act. order that the third reading of the feature of the day's news In Savannah ..

,, V At the north end of the northwest mittent use of" organic nitrogen, the old prices in self-defense. cent cut will operate as PresidentSmith'tI home rule bill might be concluded be- storm-swept coast region. the entire--
curtain one into the Florida though the sudden checking or derangement in Atlanta, throughout
passes order intended it should. At THE HOUSE. fore adjournment. The principal
section through a showy arch built of of the sapS by frost, or There is the deferred of the trainmen speakers were Justin McCarthy John countr the deepest was felt
another case of yellow fever meeting NINETEENTH DAT-In the house, in the fate of the longpastdue
; golden russet oranges, from which depends droughts and bad drainage, are also :: and Chamberlain and Balfour.
and the officials December 1st, the Morley
after a little routine business
at Port Tampa. The following Tuesday, : steamships. They had been given
7 a deep fringe of soft southern often responsible. The time arrived for the third
grey SIn I business before it will be the consideration having
annual the farmer telegram] from Dr. Porter, Florida Mr. Catchings called up the report of up for lost; and just when 'everybody
moss, while above and beyond it I growing crops of the restoration of rates and reading of the bill, the speaker form-
I the committee rules rulesto the Birmingham
I state health officer, conveying the information on reporting began to give up in despair,
rise the leaves of a cocoanut or horticulturist has not the opportu- di-
great the ion and ordered
i this will depend the volume of ally put mq a
upon the house of the
was received by Dr. Brun- govern Fifty-third with the Savannah's peopl*
; tree. It makes a pleasing picturebut nity for observation of the effects of I the road's business at that time and vision of tho house. Mr. Gladstonewas ,
Mr. Reed twitted the demo-
dock I
"Case fever
at hethome.
different I ner : yellow on congress. on board, reached
the superintendent of the display is forms of nitrogen in causing the first to record his vote and
I ? its
to restore ,
ability financially !
their oldest
Port Ten from f crats partial approval of Savannah the
Tampa. days possible upon The was
far from satisfied, owing to some accident plant] diseases or producing the conditions I to the standard existing before the< I of Mr. Morley was the last. Each was fleet.
the rules the but
Have cordon around fifty-first
a congress, of the Ocean steamship
exposure. ship
the arrival of that favor the growth of fungi
f having prevented I ovation also Balfour.
an as was
Port Pampa. Will let out well people, cut.The in a humorous vein, contended that She was in Chester, Pa., in 1877
brillant Indian river I I though it is in measure being I but
the more oranges recognized Louisville and Nashville does had The division resulted; For the motion of
not far He
I non-exposed, going north of Philadel- they gone enough. by & Son. She was
that were to have been used in the that nitrate soda and sulphateof bind itself restore ,301 against, 267. Joh
I : phia." Dr. Brainier at once ordered not to rates, regardless then, in a more serious manner, arguedin ; tons and 1,333 net. Her
arch. I ammonia are much safer than ma- When the announcedthe gross
of business alone the trainmenat figures were
the sanitary inspectors to enforce as favor of the rights of the majority, were compound and were built
I Among the specialties shown in this terial like fish or tankage. first wanted the management to"cIo.. Irish members sprang to their feet enge
I had officer
'I quarantine against Port Tampa, Tam- which right been firmly maintied She carried forty-six
exhibit are guavas in jars, guava jelly ;"I The pear blight in the southern and Ybor City. In other words, the question of restoration in the fifty-first congress. Then for and cheered wildly, waving hats and and The steam is a :los*.'
V and guava syrup. The last is said to I states is now in many cases. being trac- I pa is left open for adjustment at the first time this session the speaker handkerchiefs and the like, while the No information yet about tot cargo.
be delicious for nil of the to ed to excessive use of cottonseed members raised their
purposes an : Chief Engineer Blair Burwell of the time fixed upon._ I took the floor, having called Mr. Rich- opposition counter -
which fruit syrups are commonly put, !j I meal], and on seeding orange trees, cheers and shouts of "resign I
the F. C. & P. railroad has been hold- ardson of Tennessee the chair, and
as well as a substitute for maple syrup.f I I I especially there is a growing recognition -, conferences with contractors The Cholera Spreads.A replied to the criticisms of the gentleman resign!" /$ QUIET AT COAL CREEK.
.. f Two fruits are shown that are grownin i of of the danger of over-feeding ing preparatory cable dispatch from Amsterdam t from Maine. The debate The house then adjourned. Immediately -
bids and was
I no other state in the Union-pine- !.I with organic nitrogen, for while farmers contract to taking for constructing awardingthe the says: Nine fresh cases of cholera and I continued by Messrs. Springer, Boat- after thesitting of the houseof Governor Turney Remove the Garrison

apples and coconnutp, both very valuable speak of these substances as burn- mammoth at Orlando for that five deaths were reported in Leerdam ner and Hooker of Mississippi, who lords was' resumed and five minutes of State Troop p*Stationed There.

I, commercially. The cocoanut tree ing young plants, with the citrus the depot Wednesday. The Dutch-American contended that the membership of the later the home rule bill passed it on Governor Turney, of Tennessee,after
:' thrives in the southern half of the action of the ptomaines and other road. The prospects for an early steamship company has notified its I committee on rules should be increas the first reading.Lighthouse an examination into thor situation at

I peninsular part gf the state only, 'Waste products of the putrefactive re- commencement of that work are very agents that all emigrants, before em- i ed. Mr. Pickler, republican, of South Coal Creek, says he has decided to remove ''J
the is8 suits is deranged favorable, and the expenditure in Or- barking, must remain five days under Service Damaged.A .
while pine successfully grown: a poisoned, paralyzed or Dakota, agreed with Mr. Hooker on within a week the garrison of/
and failure to lando of the larg sum of money required the observation of an American I Washington special of Fridaysays
$ :, considerably farther north, the cocoa sap circulation a physician this point. Messrs. Cumming, Hep- state troops that has been oreighteeril'
.: ---i being much more sensitive to cold properly convert the sugars and starch for the erection of this buildingwill in company's hospital. burn, of Iowa, and Bryan also joined : The lighthouse service, as a result months stationed there. In'their place

than the pine, while it, in turn, is far of chlorophyl] assimilation into healthy materially improve business in Cholera in Jersey
more susceptible to injury from a low cellular tissue. every channel. New York special of Friday, says: dropped and Mr. Springer intro- sustained serious ,IoMea. Among. twenty men, and at Big Mountinb'
than the The "*"In Connectiontithspraying with insecticides The health of them are: Total loss lightship, stationed 'He
4- orange. inspector Jersey City duced a bill to provide for the coin- a many. think wn b
out and fungicides to meet the One of our exchanges remarks: The the off Rattlesnake shoals; Morris
1: pineapple is propagated by setting announces officially that death of age of the seigniorage silver in the any more .
:, ; the offshoots that stand defensively i evils which alwayUd rey most on unhealthy pineapplo accounts have been bal- Martin Crowe, at the Jersey City hospital treasury. Referred. The house at I island range-light keeper's dwellingatFort 1 *-

:t.. {4 around the ripened fruits.: Each plant i trees, the Le: .,of fertilizers in anced and the result is not as satisfac- was caused by Asiatc cholera. 5:15 o'clock adjourned.TU"iTIETIIDAr.The. I Sumter, lighthouse depot at Castle .Worth, makes the m "
: :(:. tts good for three pines, one the first which all the forms of nutrition are tory as it might be. With one or two Another case-that of Mrs. Shoda session of the t Pinkney, lighthouse tenders We Thepoet much mistakes:: j.::-"o, rI <

> ."., ;: year and two the second and. last year chemical is proved to be the best] .safeguard exceptions the returns have not been Black-suspected to be suffering from house Wednesday was devoid of inter- tria and Taros'badly damaged and' all Worth makes the woman'*', .

.. 'm'i.'I' ,.'r..t!!I"-:>- .....,.'. of. its existence.. Time. against Unions constitutional. .. diseasti.-'.... its f good: aa.]last year. Owing to inade-I the same, disease,. is still under r investigation -- est. Mr Talbof t asked unanimous con- the buoys or out in of Charleston place.. barbor"' :. destroyed I '31 HH& : {tI bez ;:,

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PUBLISHED EVEUY FRIDAY )..T6TJLRKK -. theV .. or the.:Shool".Board In ;_'' ;&-* Attachment.. .

BRADFORD COUNTY,VI J3RIO A.i .- North.oa Tti sdy.last, lie expects jo Session Last Taes4 aJ'l "NOTICE is hereby given'to A. W. Nichols- and

a. lUTTRKWa i % 9E. absent about six weeks' After 'visiting The b'mrd of public i instruction met I V V aJfft i'all_ other persons interested that the White Livery Feed and Sale Stables.

/ 2. In the" 'East awhile lie. will."do up" the i iorld'a in .regular session Tuesday last Present Sewing Machine Company: a corporation, has ,
d commenced A suit rpihise! A. W. Nichols! in the
W fair. _
4 -V "Editor* and Publisher. : E. G. Hill( cIiairmanT.V.; '; Sweat ______ Circuit Court for Di ail:ford county,. Florida, by TIlE FINEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY.

V Dr. E. A.-. Tcdd our fellow-townsman, and J. C. Binl. f attaching the propfitr ,.f snifl Nichols situate .

:r: t. $1.00 A TR. was heartily greeted by our citizens last Warrants were issued from No. 1418 to in said county fop the pi.rpo; of collecting: the

;< i V Fnday on his return from his perilous 1429 inclusive. Amouui. 27992. sum of one kumlrru Slid forty four dollars duet Prompt Attention ant Reasonable Charges.Drummers' .

I Entered i* the Pottoflce at 8t4r. ,\Fla. a. ocean trip. For"a few days great solicitude Teachers were unsigned to schools as V' VV ,) the ,nltl tuviiiK M:ichin": Compjny from
ateoftd clou mattn. \\ t said A. W. Nichols an.I the said A. W. Nichols and
V Teams Draying
:- was felt concerning his welfare. lie follows : a
1 and all other p"rs'm* interested are notified to :j

.j.' :. Starke* Fla., Sept. 8. Itv03. was received buck as one taken fiom the Highland. J. M. Bepuetl.Dowliug .' -J appr to said action on :lomlt Xo\'embr 6th,

: i very jaws of death. On Tuesday evening K. L. Maine 183 THE \Ynrri SKWI.NO MACHINE I Co. Specialty.Stables 1

j : V ": THE yellow fever has beer Mown l last he gave. to n large audience assembled Thomas uo appointment. Ang 4tXov. -14tMaster'N .

frTt :': out to sea. and floundered. in the town hall, an interesting detailed New Ziyee, Lorena Knight. in Brick Building V Cor. Cal ana (Thompson Stl'eets,9ne Block i

'. of his and 'ale. Depot.
1 ? jf account voyage peril Buckscrape, G. W. Alderman. I .

t THE belated detachment oft .s the rescue.' Lake Butler A. E. Jones.Caaou UNDER and K. M.by Call virtue, Judge of 1 of decree the of Circuit the Starks _

: t V Florida Press Asssciation left Jacksonville Mrs. E. G. Hill made a hurried trip to Mrs. S. A. Colson. Court of the 4th Judicial. Circuit of Florida in = Florda
and for Bradford -
Jacksonville Tuesday. countv, in chancery sittinpr
: V Tuesday for Chicago and Andrews. P. a. Crews. COL. C. W. DEAN. made and rendered at cimmbera in the city of
A number of our denizens are taking Pine Grove } Jacksonville in said circuit on the 30th day of
the fair. ; no appointment. '. 1 k,. SUNSTRUCK IN BATTLE I IDR. August A. n. 18 in a certain caus in saidcourt JOSEPH PZCKERT
advantage of excursion rates to Jacksonville -
V -- Lawtey. T. B. Harlig.Starke '\. pending C. 15. al arecomtlainants ,
:,. and are visiting the metropolis, tak- MILES MEDICAL CO., EX.KHART and Comer L. Peek and wife are
", IT la better to quarantine Against no appointment. ::. Inn.-I must say the Restorative Nervine defendants appointi'J and empowering me as
V .in the etc. and Nerve and Uve rills have done special for such I
i ng z-o. Miss Fannie Crawford. 1-1; ma ma.ttr
;. a case of cholera morbus Rising, purp. National
: orva CaM great good.Yost wi sell in front of the front door of Bakery
The Misses Florence McCully nud Celia Vanderbilt. Miss Della Crews.New ..Z' TEARS I HAVB NOT FELT AS hous at Starke in eaid conntand state on the
of plain, every-day 8t. ma h.achc Alden were quite delighted with the WELL AS NOW. Monday of October. A. D. Il! the same ,
River, F. L. Colsoo. 1':1" The starting point of my disease was a being the 2&i day of said month legal ?all
i-: :;; than to let% yellow fever l'.er the Teachers' Institute recently held at Unity. R. T. D ow I lUg. -- ..Jf sunstroke received In battle before Tort day. within the legal hours of sale to the highest Fresh Bread Pies and Cakes of All
Hudion. Louisiana, June 14th, 1863. Up to and best bidder tor cash the following described ,
!.. state. I Starke, and especially with the results 01 l Rosier, J. F. Bennett.V '.. the time of beginning to take Dr. Miles1J real estate belonging to the defendants to-wit:

V -d t their examination! both being successful % Remedies I had bad a continual All that certain piel parcel or tract of land Kinds Hand.
; : IT is estimated that. the coin Midway, H. C. Peeples. H S distracting pain In my ling and being the county of Bradford and on
crop contestants Bloxhara, W. A. Cone. head; also, weak spells. and the past four stt. of Florida known and described on the
of this will amount'to years I have had to five up everything records of said county as the southwestquarter
country Messrs. John B. McCully and II. O. Providence Miss A. M. Cone. of an active character, and stay In the (sw X)of the northeast quarter (neJ4) ALL ORDERS BY MAIL WILL BE GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
1' 700,000,000 bushels this yea The Smith made a flying trip to Staike on house for / | I n C? | months at of section live ('cetion 5)), Township seven
$ Hope Church. A. V. Kelly. a time: V>VJ C> U could not (tp 7) south of range twecty-two east (s, r. 2 e.) BaKery Opposite Court house
1 weevils do not stand in awe of the Friday last. Litesvillc, F. B. Johus.Prevail. walk a ro"s the street. I NOW YOUR containing forty acres more or less. The pur.
REMEDIES HAVE CURED ME and that chafer will be to pay for the making of Starks Fla
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Knox attended the re'.uir .
financial.stnngency. ] D. M. Cone. the cure will be permanent. Several title. J. L. FRAZEE. ,
: meeting nt the hull on Tuesday evening Starke, Fla., Aug. 31. 189J. Special Master. _
--- V Ft. Cull)) J. O. Kellum. ,. frLeni.THOUSANDS

-. CONFIDENCE is rapidly returning.Factories and were on the numerous "stlndlngcommittees" Sparkman. Miss Douie Richard. here are using your remedies, and all speak Masters Sale. C. M. SPARKMANCO.
f. well them. Yours truly. .
: V are beginning operations, while listening to Dr. Todd'saddress. Alderman. E. A. Kennedy. COL C. W. DEAN
National Military Home, Dayton O. TTNDER and byrne of a decree of foreclosure
banks are re-opening and rrjoney is Sampson River Miss Kate S. Lurjdn.) and sale duly made and entered -DEALKK3 ISI -
The Misses Stella Bonnell and Lizzie I DR. MILES'NKUVINE Is the most certain I '
: 4 getting easier. wIll be Cain Chiplry. Targie Boyd.Nebo V core for Headache, Neuralgia, If err.ons July! llth. 1893 I and by the Circuit Court 4th "
Everything I GRADEIS] ] IESI
.' Smith mndu a trip north last week as far C. 8. Douslass. Prostration Dizziness,Spasms,Sleep. Judicial Circuit, State of Florida, in and for jEIIc3-B ,
iterene now soon. J lesoness. Dullness Bines, and Opium Bradford in certain in
very as Highland The World's fair and county a cause chancery
I I SWIft Creek, C. R. McKinnc)'. Habit. Contains no opiates or dangerous drugs. RYE WHISKEY.:20 to $5tpGal.(
V therein pending wherein Jennie Hagaman and ,
; other did .
attractions not receive CORN
great Palistins. A. S. York. (
4. V .v THE people have grown in-patient- their attention. Hampton W. A. Hobbs Miss Ellen Sold on a Positive uarsnt6e.D. N. I).Hagaman, her husband are complainants: UINS .................. .. .. 20 250.. '... "
; LES' PI 50 DOSES 25 Cn. 250"
M I LLS and Mary Hopkins and Thomas Hopkins, her .
waiting for the senate to dc its do Davis. assistant. APPLE } 2 W 300. .
; It id reported that Prof. Hartitj has
been husband, are defendants. I wilt sell to the hi h- .
V 300
: and have got down to business themRelvea. secured as principal of Lawley l1ihi Reddish, John N. Langford. For sa'c l ity STAHKE DRUG <0. est bidder for cash in front of the COI.t hous PEACH WHITE WHEAT WHISKEY ..V .25 5 .
Gaskins Miss door
Ollie Hague. in the town or Starke, in said county of
V ThatV what malt-cs the School. The professor will receive a cor Varnes. Luu Colson. Bradford, on September 4th 1893 thl sarce PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO ALL ORDERS. JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.

dial welcome by our citizens.Mr. Ziff. Miss Florence nlt IIl!. sale being the, first Monday the in said! hours month of sale a legal said
.: wheels of prosperity revolve day during legal on
B. B. Alden has made a brief visit Little Springs, Miss Euhi liters. DRUG!) !!1JV day, all the following piece, parl'l or lot of landSituate
mt 1
Sampson Pond Miss Minnie Parish. and beiiig in the county Bradford and rLORID
". IT is believed that J. M. Bjirco, of to his family the past week and returnedon Sampson City Miss Viraic Richard. State Flonda and described as follows: The 8TfEJ
southwest quarter of the southeast quarter: of
: Bronson and II. W. Long, Cartel, Wednesday to Orange county wherehe Gilford Miss Florence Knight. .::' bctlC1 tnenty-ow 1:1. to 'I-!hip six (6), soutii
t l ifi employed in superintending the Whitehead, Miss Virdie Woodcock.COLOKED. .L.\'f. .,. ,'I ;. '" .) ..j.', :', .,.', ':.. % .. ',\ '''. range twentyisv o) CAst. containing/ ft.ttacres FLORIDA PENINSULAR RAILWAY.
: V will receive the appointments aiV ,'f. f' ::1 -i/ "t. :; more OI.S Tttn.s: <-alrurcitaser I.tYlug
V work of caring for the floral grounds and .I.j..l..l ,.)' : J. .. ,... '_. J; ,."_ .';' .rl for tlc. JAi t: T. \\ iLLs,
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register and receiver of theUnited ; FLORIDA LINE.
Master TRUNK
: Aug -
l lawns of fine estate. Starke. W. M. Feaster. ri.3h ; Special
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1.1- The above sale been Monday
States land office at Gainesville., Water () Lk. I 1) T. Thornton.Hopewell. =f''I. .A... "-',:'..1"..-> .I.J"'I'.I. '.J i --"'-.: the 2d I day of ha Uc.I'r.! lo"lpoct': :, Sme uti being Short Line to Tampa and South Florida.

1 Those Wondefrful Giants Town!! J. C Wilson. ;. -. '-p'.v. the tirst Monday in 110..:;.
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?: THE young man who vr&bes to If you wish to see them call on Starke Piovideucu. S. II Hcudlcy. ; ,.....--...-.1.f, "\{-.-. L. r't. i 1 JAMLs T. WILL special Master. STANDARD TIME-JAN.. 9. 18:1: TRAINS FROM J CKSO :IL FOOT or HOOAS STMIT. _

Drug Company and ask for Little: Matthews. Fred Albert.Lawtey -"I S.SVf>,-. "\ 'sinSt& \"; -
Beggs ( LIt.ti. .
: west and with ) t jI Notice WEST SOUTH.So. I SOUTH.No. KOHTH.No.
tlje &
coun- *
go grow up Giant Pills. Every bottle guaranteed. S. J. SIIIII'). '. JjO- : ,. -_' WlTER-DIVISION. --- SOtTDERN DJ..fION -

: try will soon have an excellent op Donly, LouislKhg.. i-zA. ; w:1" IS HEREBY GIVEN that unless good C tsl is N o.10No. Z _ 1 No. 9 .3N0-7 8 No.4.
Thurston. Richard \.Hwrt. shown to the contrary. J, Wm. F. Mn-! / '
: .: portunity to do so. The Cherokee HIGHLAND NEWS J. L. GASKJNS, "hur County Judje, in and I fur the county of 67 .. ...Ar 830p: 103PaOlGa 4WJ 10 Of a Lv.Lv...}' ..Ar 415p 945*
Hampton Strati Cooper. IJradlord, State of Florida. nil!! ou the 2'Jth dayofii'ptenilr ....Baldwin. ....Lv 752p 11 Ua ... .Callahan.....Ar SOOp 730a .i
_i' Strip will be opened for settlement The late storms have done little The board then adjourned( until the (HULl;n IN .\. 1) 13.: makeun order confirming HOTa1227a 85 a Ar...Lake City..Lv aJop 515 845p 115 a Ar._ .BaIdcin..Lv_ __ 211p 4 .
I ; very first Tuesday after the f first Monday iu l tic >:1 He of lulu's'! bi longing U estate ot Martha 1 95r.. ...Live Oak..Lv 513U > -
I ; on VI the 16th inst. rv r damage in the village but the faimers I October. '1'. J. DEKLE Drugs & Medicines A Coker.deceivso! 1, held and made l II.ChaJ. 21i5a ... Madison. ...Lv 410p 203a 855p I Vi Lv....Jacksonville..Baldwin. ...Ar.Lv SOOp203p 6 80s .
I.. Fildes, as cimiiiiKsumer before courthouse 400a 1240p LTLv. 58Sa415a ,
-- have suffered bv the loss of crops. Chairman. Starke, Fla door 1:1: the town (.f atarke. Stale audcturt. 510a 24p357p() Ar..Tallha .. 11 IO120p ... .Marke. .Lv lOlp1235p
:t '.. TUB question of bonding J for improvements Col Peck of Starke visit aforesaid, 01: the 3.111IY of April A D. 745a .r.Quilcy..Lv 124il 8JOp 14 127p22x'p Ar...UaMo ..._-Lv 33 i
paid a flying Physicians' Prescriptions ] HSOalllta
t? Resolutions. : wi then arid there make an order reqtihing OOOaG'JOp 450p Ar..RlverJunct 120ip 710p245p Ar.Hawthome..Ly
4 ,, V i is bound to enter larger here oa Friday. 'turefulli Jmn/IlJ'IItlfd"t n hour*-day orBROS' Sid commissioner to execute to J. J. lisa 251p Ar...___.Cltra..;.. 210&112a 1
a V Be it resolved by this te-ichers of Bradford Burton, the purchaser said pule! a glOI and : HOp Ar...Pensacola ...Lv G3 a ...'.-. 331p Ar Oliver SprUJs..Lv 1029a ....
; 'ly into the next city clectio The Rev. L. II. Wilson will have servicesin in Institute 11Iftf Fufttclrnt det-d for the following ileseril>ed land ... Ar...Mobile..Lv 1 Ila..... 213a 344p71flp Ar l0Ia 1:
V county assembled. to-wil Lot numbered I and % of lot .: Ar...New ..! Ar...\VildwooU. Lv SlOe
the : one ( ) n .. Orll.ans..LtOp. 3O 4p 4
V man who won't tand on tht plank Presbyterian chapel; some time this 1st. That to the board of public instruction > numbered two (2), section MX ((i ), township 5 _ i 455/ fi4p .r.Lncoolhee..I.v 804a 16

month. and our worthy superintendent I I.JArrrI' sweii (7)), range twenty (-J Il)) east.WM. ... 510p Ar..Jack1oD.lIss..L\ .... 5 tOa Ar..OnL.J. ..Lv 7P9a 962p936p i-
; '. will, in all probability, be risked to F. r.lAi-pnrRJ. .... .'1. 5 15.1 (i1p Ar.. ..ltadeCrty..Lv! 746a630a .
V Mrs. Hobson and her two children have we are due many thanks for the arrange. County Judge! Bradford; l\.untFI. :.::: 5W Ar..lalro.. ..L\ 710p.. .. : ) .Ar.....llaut Citj... LT 820pAr..hicago. !
get off the platform. J ment of this the fourth annual institute 101 .. ... ..
V it l ls. located here for the present.W. of Bradford Th.t S.. I. Cotion Gin. Aug. 23. tT-4w -...4p : .Lv 200p : 'ra 820p Ar.Tampa. Lv 5SOaloek 71 .
county. we appreciate -- ---- -- "
R. Whipple, Esq. the THOMASVILLE-MoxictiLO KOUTE. 345a Lv....Wildvocd.. ..Ar
; ? IT now turns out that there has champion the interest ot our superintendent) who li.isso ; Notice 'I 14'p514p 1115p715p
Daily;; : :
V farmer of this seclion. has already set out faithfully discharged Ins duty toward THE BUST HEREBY GIVEN that unless cause is _ _- __ -Daily- 5:0' 54tp Ar Ar..J.ttsturg.Ar.... Ttvares.. Ar 842 910p :.
been no yellow fever at P h'ram.pa. a large acreage of strawberries IS shown to the contrary, I, Win.go. Ialphlr 700a Lv.. ...Jacksonville.......Ar 830p 84V5a. 63'1'( Ar_..."Apojka. ..Ar 728a7tOa 515p
V _.,* us2nd. I County Judge in and for the county 845a Lv. ....Lake .Ar 631p ,HOUaHSOa Ar.Olando...Ar Sl5j207p>
: State Health Officer That Prof. .Ill' : .
jkortfr'avigilant Mrs. W. R. Bennett, who his, been L to L'ttlc. our leader ford!, tate of Forida. will on the 29th day of :3ba Lv. .....Live Ciy......... Ar 540p ... \r. .'\inter Paik...Lv -. ,i
r work i is however one the seriously ill, is convalescing rapidly. we express heartfelt thanks for his able long Cotton Gin September, A. lakean order confirming 1!55a.llop. Lv ....Monticello...... .Ar 320p ..Oviedo. ...Lv .._ lOvp \
V : InltruciionLnll; manifest interest. We the sale of lands belonging to estate o: James Z Lv.... Thomasville.. Ar 137p ,. .
1 less to be commended. Ji st such C. C, feel that to him indebtedfor Bcvill, deceased held and made by lha. L !9top) ; Lv..Montgomery..r II2P..r( 'W a ld ... ..Ar 114..... .
V ; _ we ute mainly Fildea, as conlnisl'utr. before tie! COU1t hOI: 12Dn Lv.......Birmingham... .....ArLv .. ...Gaines: *ille.... .. .
.. service is what will keep i ft out of the most successful Institute we have I IK THE WORLD.u door Iii town btaike. State and county ..........Nashville. ......Ar 64a........, &lp Ar..Arelicr..Lv I012a.. ._ J:
A New Joke ever had. and while words cannot; expressour _._ ._._ aforcStld. on the 3d day of April A. 1). U9J, aud 12 4:Ip Lv '.Louisville. 'ArAr .... ,I cap .\r.l ...Lv 730a ...... .
: tho"state. ; On the liver. When it is out of order appreciation of his efforts still we wi then and there make an order requiring :::::::::: Cincinnati:::::_::::__Lv llioa I d&IKI'1 j
and feels blue. try a few doses of The Hii'liTsitjncil! 1 i" State Agent commissioner to execute to J. J. Burton 42p If LfAVfMCtrdaiy.tl'. tSunday.aU:4p.m
; y Beggs'Llltle would not have him leave us without this the purchaser at said sale. a good and sufficient sleepers Cincinnati Ohio. and Tampa Mine
VBONDS mean improvemetitp, improvements Giant Pills. Your liver will small tribute to his never-flagging interest. :otlie\ nln'vi* CVk-hraled Gins, andke'it deed for the following described land to-wit: and Jacksonville and Tampa. Pullman! cars Eagle for Archer Mines and daily intermediate, exceptnday..at i:3 L m.
appreciate the joke. So will For he meet The s'i of lot two (2) and lot three (.-), section Jacksonville and New Orleans. 1, 2, 9 and 10 \ points. '
you. May
teachers and liaud full of Train leases Oviedo and
many many on a sujily Winter Park daily,
; mean prosperity and sale by Starke Drug ] six (ii), township seven (Tt. range twenty (20) daily.FEUNAMJLNA; ____ ___ ____ .
Company. imbue them as lie has us. with his high east WM. F. MALPHTRS, ___ __ _____ == except Sunday. at figures frhown. Laves i
V prosperity means multitude of good conceptions of the teacher's duty. To County Judge Bradford County, :ha..ui AND CU:1ERLANI HOTJTE.No. ':Oviedo also daily, at 8iO:: a. m.: Winter "i
EXTRAS WALRUS LEATHER ETC. XCO No bl No. 5 ,18.37: a. m.. arriving Orlando at 9:00 a. m.; leaves
\ 28 t'J3-4w
': V things. Let property owners of Deedham Slnglnc School. Dr. Faris, who has hhnrCllllo every hand ; ___ __________ :_ _._ _:_ Oriandodaiiyat5OOp.m.arrivthgWinterPark i
4 Editors Starke TELEGRAPH. to entertain and instruct in, we extend Notice. .7 ;;t1 93 I Lv...Jacksonville...A r\ 220p 80a ;'at 5:23 p. in.: Oviedo 6:00 p. m. >.
Starke begin to study the uestiOD. our grateful thanks A. B. HART 730a.
Professor J. M. Futch's singing schoolat I 1-r..Ftrnandina..Lv 12.5p 800a 40Cp502p Lv.Ocala (s s o* GJ-Ar 10 Ofa 550p ;
V 3rd. That we are i idehted to State In Circuit Court, Fom-th Ju'linal Circuit of Florida -. lOCOalllOa !
( Next winter is
on the Femaudir.a and Cumberland
just as 7d Deedharn school house closed last Fri Supt. Slicats and Prof. Guilliams for a Lake City. : : Florida.G. Bradford County.N Trans 544p Ar..Dwlelon..L. ... 90 at _'

: as any to get a move on. day. So great a success has this singingschool day's delishtful insttuction. J. JOltS and His Wir .) route leave Jacksonville and Fernandina daily ] W 60.'p Ar.... Inverness...Lv 800a 300l i'
V V 4th. Bonita E. Jones, I except Sunday. Comtct at Feruandina for 635p655p Ar...Ilomosafsa..Lv 730a945ft
: / been that all the neighbors and all)I We are under many obligation', DayVs'and } for Injunction Dungenness Cumberland Island, Jekyl IsLnd : = i
To THE all things ajre to the board of directors of StarkA Insli- Milley James mi : 55 Lv.Lacoocb.ee (B.Ar
.. pure pure. the kin folks have taken a day's Interestin ; | lute for the us; of their building. Uemorest and his wife. and Brunswick, forming g the Cumberland route, I 81' 910p Ar Tarpon Springs.Ar 725a708a 804p. _
and making connections lor Macon Ianta. .
V The man who fraud id chicanery Mattie A. Demorcst. J 824a 925p Ar... Sutherland..ArAr.
:' sees e it In fact the people assembled at the 5th. To thoee who have shown an interest Chattanooga northern and western point. I 847a940a 747p -

V (V where they do not exist i is school and byhe good in our work by attea !ling the NOTICE TO APPEAR -THE STATE OF FI.ORIDA.. S> nday train leaves Jacksonville! 8 4 am. 10 94"p lOp Ar...Clearwaltr.. Ar 84 72SpNos .. :
V I things they, To Milley Day and James Demorest and MattieA. makes Cumberland route connection. __ _ _Petersburs..Lv_ _ : UOp_ ,
1 and sessions we can only say that we feel His Wife Fernandina arrives SacksonviIIe 6 Javll .and daily: and 4 daily. Sanda,. '
:V .. pretty apt to be something of a i brought along to cat the good jolly, Dmolt. -Greeting: 5pm. I except ,
both pleased and hon..red.6th. having been shown by affidavit that the defendants Pullman sleeping cars Brunswick to Atlantanud T'lns on O. B. and S. S ,O.&G.daiy,exceptAtlanta. .
: ""b tricky fellow himself.-Jacksonville time all hands had: you may know they That these resolutions he sent to IT above named arc noah residents of Cincinnati and Nashville. I : -J
,. all interested in the of Florida and that the residence ot
: wete singing school. the TELEGRAPH for publication.W tie Slit
Telegram. Is that JACKSONVILLE-NASHVILLE (via Lose City. Ian and Atlanta.)
] a slap at your le.fendunts is at Rohc'ler. in the State of :
Some of Prof. Futch's W McDonald.
: pupils stood yery, Nc'vvork, In.1 that said are over No.2 Xo. 6630n Xo. 5 Xo. J
: f dear old god-mother and ?t. Clair- high examination J. I D. Alderman, the al O. twenty one)'pnrs.It defendant. ;;.

V' I on reaching nearly the A PlliSS. York, is tlrlfol'l ordered, conilpl' and adjudged 70 L avp... .. .........Jackor'vifle ............. ... 740a
? J 100th mark. Not long since the school Eula oefel1alls. :IU"y Day andJanies 901a 83.jp Leave.. ... .............. Lake City ......... ..........Arrl\E 83
rAbrams Iliers.
Demr/rest .. . ........ \ 58'
and Matlie A. do appear 44"p 42 .. .. ..: ..... .. \rrlvt' 10ao. -
third arty bad its paid a visit to the McEinncy school nut Committee. I to the complainant's: hi 01 coi.iplamt fl20p Leave ....................:.\11011. ..................Arrive /III1p: 6 50a122t "{
got Levy Dyal's place. and their visit ,' herein on or l> .fore the 2d : of Oitol.er. A. 20'Jp re.vP.. ... ..........ChattaIIO):\.. .............Arnve lOOp iMa .
V 4 rights it would have carried tirad- much enjoyed. us Some veais II<.ro we were very much S. HACKER & SON D.fcsso I lt>!U.will i'i I e default entered wln".f them.I decree pro cou- 62."SOp: Arrh.e...._............... Nesuvili' ..... ..__..... Lt'avp. '408 9015p 'J

subject to severe spells of cholera morbus agiut Daily through Pullman sleepers Jacksonville N hvilJ(>on Nos 5 nn.\ 6.
f ford.county by a hundred thousand Prof. Futch is an excellent singing and now when we fed of the ; -srFACTrav.RM 0"I I 1 I lished It is further n the Bradford! :County this i-otice be pub- !'OT E-On. and after Aor.20W, ire expert to hrvre J ThrcwgJi Car also on our morning train .
< any symp 1 I Telegraph 1 out of Jacksonville that ovr patrons from ftie South wilt ',al'e. '.
maiority," thus spoke a three P. master and we all hope he will continue toms tint usua'.ly: preceed that nilnieni. newspaper published! at Sarkt. in Bradford
RI"Ir.d1nll"ings county Filri.a. eon-
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c, man shortly after the general elec- in our neighborb .; etc., v\e become scary.Ve: have found In Minn1 Hhereof, I have hereunto set N. S. PENNJNGT r
) Material! ,, my N. Traffic Matiatrcr. .\. (. 3UcIH:NNKI.L, Gen.Pan. Agt.
; ,' tion. This extravagant remark is Persons tro"-ed! with chronic diarrhoea Cliaml>erltfin'> Colic, ChoK-r.i ai.d Dir- Building hand iMidrtdxtd thl seal of our Circuit Court !
on this the 3Ut day of August. A. D. 18UJI.h ) i
f ( ;V\: only equaled by the ridiculous belief should try chamberlain's Colic, Chol ra rhea Remedy the very thing to tI'rlliltlilCII [ ] W. T. WEEKS.Sept. .
und Diarrhoea Remedy. Many cases have one out in such cases and) always keep it hU1LDRS'11\RDWAREI\ \ 1-4t Clerk Circuit Court. The

V V V of.some of the populists that! in in- been cured by it after all else had failed about. We are not writing lliU for a pay I ---- Clyde Steamship Co. i

: the and skilled physicians were powerless.For testimonial but to let our readers kuow Notice.S' I
T; Vcreasing capita as .hey *
} J proposed sale by Starke Drug Company.. what is a good. thing 1 lo keep III the house. Window and Fawy Glass a ; IX MONTHS after date I wi present my accounts .:
: .; to do, a money train would For sale by Stt-rke Drug ( ompi1tiy.lie Specialty.ClIAKLKSTON I I : anti vobchtis Hon. Win F. :
l Malphurs county Judge in and for the county I
.t be. sent, out and each man. handed Jasper Normal Institute. S. C. of Bradford and Start of Florida, as administrator -
mils' stoop low that hah a low door. _. ._ for the state of Frank Summers, deceased, J.I
: his Parents school fur -- -
:: their
t .i, allowance. I seeking a for final settlement and ask for a final discharge 1
V :f X B. ; children ClUlnot do better than to select A million Friends.A from laid ndmlnistmtltv. R. W TI'K.SEH,

L ., : East Florida Seminry. Jasper Normal Institute. It is not little friend in need i is a friend indeed U. D. MINER June ;., Cm; .Administrator. ,;

1 Village school, but has a large and not leas than
; : We have received patronagefrom one million 1 I people I
V : V Superintendent y various parts of Florida and Geor IIHVO found just such a friend in Hr. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. j'i
V E. P. Cater a handsome pampl'let) entitled gia. Its teachers are all first-class. The King's New ljs'
V <. "Regulations of East Florida. Seminary.'' thoroughness of its instruction and the Coughs and) Cold-t. If you have river Watchmaker end - 1

h .. Accompanying the Js itemized excellent discipline it gives students liMed! this erp.u coujjh"iiiediciue, one Manier Lane & Co.
pamphlet -
'. makes it second to no school in Florida.Of trial will I I convince yon I that I it has: wonderful ;.

.,. V. V'V; statement showing the aciuul cost of its. twenty graduatesiast June more ('lIraliYf'lIIl\'rs! in nil disown of r (Successors lo A B. 1
oJ y
: attending the seminary aud "wuen payments than halt hud previously altccded other throat, cliest an.llnlgaoh bottla isRiiaraaiteetl Campbell

.V .'t' must be mad Normi-ls in l'ori.nnd; other states but $ to do all that is clniined or J3wcor.Stae ] We ,'i sdl arid Mi\cr nt your nearest station -. UNES.1
V .> inoiu-y will bo refunded. Trial bottle first.class FEW YOBK CHARLESTON AtD
: ..410 .:: Since the publication of theformer cir by coming to Jasper to graduate showed free xt Starko Driip: Com paints drug: FL011DA[
that in their opinion Jasper Normal is iii
store, nut John A. Kin L.iko :
V cular Lieut. G. R French, V! S. Navy, the lead Large linttlesom- and) 1.', I'.utler.l Fla. Pianos and Organs

I V V' has been added to the faculty*. Lieutenant The school offers excellent instructionin ---- _.- The Magnificent Steamships of tin line are appointed to sail as follows,

( French will be commandant and all the common and higher branches lIe hat has nobhunic has DO conscience. For less money than any house In the State.
'VI guarantee Instruments to be as 'te l. calling at Charleston, S. C. both
rtprc"t :
in normal ,
usually schools. A Outclass ways
V taught
4 : assistant We will a Piano
> Major Floyd commatiidnt. Largest Assortment of ship or Organ to any honestman
\ music teacher is employed and the A PuzzleTo or woman on trial and if not sati-fr.ctory (STANDARD TIME.)
V -: 'r We again call attention to \\lo fact that piano, organ, violin, mandolin, guitar and many ladies; is how to keep their jve w ill p:}eight both ways : From New Yrfrk, From JarkMonvllle,

.4 : n. tuition is free to all Florida sthdeols without banjo arc taught. An excellent commer- hail in curl on rainy dx)s. The solution: Watches Clocks and Pier 29, KIl.) fcTEAMKK. Florida.
n cial course i in sustained. Our is is Ask Starke Cash on Tuesday, Au?. 29, at 3 00Kiiday p m.. ..... CHEROKEE ......Sund&y Sept. 3, at 1030 a m
V. regard to sex. und that'ihere Is no penman easy. Drug Company for o Instalment Sept. J, at 3 cO pm.IJWQL"IX ..... 3, at 13) P m
V .. limit to the number receive from the the best in Florida. Nonpareil Hair Curler and the puzzle; Jewelry Sheet Music String. \ i Tuesday. "" 5, ut 3 (CO: p m... .. ... SKMISOLE ......Thursday..Sunday ept..> 10.at 4 OJ a m
ShORThAND IS FBEK will l In suI Vl"1. Aceordeon", and in ( every Musical Instrument !Friday. 8. at 300p01.... .ChEROKEE.Tiriraday 14, at 800am
V counties cast of the Suwnjauee rlvt'r.f' from Jews' Harp to Grand Piano. Tuesday, : 12, at 3 CO p m..... ALliOXQUlX.! .. .Sunday. .. 17. at 10 00 a m
The statement shows that tbe We make no extra charge for shorthand, Special attention given to the "i<)I.O pieces 1 : choice music 1 at ten cents per rrulay .' 15. at 3 00 p in....... SESIIXOLE .....Thursdav.. si,at 12 80 p m
a expensesfor I IV repairing Tuesday la. at 3 00 ...... '
but give it without., cxlra tuition to the copy ( 15 copies for SI.00. .. pm. CHEROKEE ...Sunday.. 24. at 3 30 p m
:: boarding students ate vew moderate.For students of any regular department. of Clocks and Watches.Joo Any fcheet music ublshl1 at 23 to 5) percent Friday :c>, at 3 00 p m.... ...AUiOXQUIN ......Thursday, .* 28, at 8 00 a m

V V copies of above papers address E. P. Thn telegraph department is in the If You HaveScrofula < work. iloiie at J''a OI.:11.le rates.GEHERftL rg htlopuhl.htls' Iril' j. Tuesday Friday, 2ti.211
hands of a tine teacher. --- ------
:f '. Cater Gainesville. Fla. j I
',: V ,' Our methods of teaching are carefullystudied G. V.: Young Jacksonville, Florida.
Grand and Petit .'ron and our students are advanced as ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
V The i rapidly as is consistent with thorough I Sores, Boils, or W. L. DOUGLAS ,
following h
V names \veybecn drawn work. BLACKSMITH

t F V to 'V., .; h for gnmd and petit jurors of *ue full term .No normal school in Florida can give a any other skin disease, S3 SHOE I For Sanford Enterprise. pud Intermediate Points on the St.

VJ V nf the circuit court. Under .Hhc new law state teacher's certificate under the neuT takeAYER'S -ANU- NOP.Do Johns lliver. -

'V law. Teachers should now to the you wear them? When next In need try a pair.
the will diaw go V
j judge cigbieeji from these school that is noted for its thorough, careful WOOD-WORKER( ){ ) } I I Best In the world. Steamers are appointed to sail as follows:
thirty names for the grand tury lAUd the ) work. ,

) remaining twelve will constitute .the petit The health of Jasper is good. Not a J l.wall.Ilt the old i ih.sliop, where he 5.0 3.00' Steamer "EVEKGLADE"-Capt.{ W. A. Shaw. '

'. Jury: i.I. sing.e serious case of sickness has occurred i* pnp.inil; In n--kei>r icp.ir iI! kinds ot '_ .' $2.50 Fr.O)[ J.\CSOXYILLE-Tul'sddr

:I >I- V V D M Deklc. J U Nettles TCD Wynn. G among our students in three years. SARSAPARILLAthe iron liii nr Miii) l-\Miik. I He will mate 63.50 i.: u'u'i $2.00II T1luModa1I aucl Iontlarll at 5.00 a. hi. and Saturdays at 5:00 p. m.; returning leave Sarford
Where is there school with better .
F McLeod C W Douglass Jj H filch,' recotd 'tBoard Superior y vi ;i w- g in 111' I p.iir your coffeepot; .2.00 LI General Pah.seiiger and Ticket Oflk-e, 88 \V. Bay St., Jacksonville.

V .' Joseph Ncssmith, Adam GjitHn. F Itt in excellent private families is BloodPurifierand ni.-ikcj.Mi, a plv or rejuir your buggy: : & t 1.75 1. 11. CLYDE. A. T. ?I.. p. M. InoO olm. Jn. FI*. Ri< .Agt.

: ilorgnn. J J Jones Wm 1$ Shaw, J E (len dollars per month. Students are rue hoe 3 cur Imn-f IIr sell jou Chicago fOf IDYl.o1 5 Bowling Grctn, New York. g 3 West Bay ijt t. Jacksonville Fla. Co '

t J Stafford, Augustus Ram, S fy Sternburg fully Send looked for after.catalogue. Address J. M. Spring Medicine. Act motor ,00 '.75 TIIEO. G. EGF.J T. M.. jxo L. How AR1, Fla. Fn-i-bt \gl .

T A Moore J W Williams. W Penhollter. Guilliams Jasper. Florida. Cures others, Now, .%.r. Fjirintr. it will pay you to 5 Ifeiwling Green, New York. Foot L.mr.i St., Jack Jnville, Fla. '

V : 4 WS Croft, Marion Jo&na., Charles I V Ilia! out; all alioiit this windmill, us it can A. J. COLE l>H8'('ngirr AgBRi, J. A. LESLIE. Superinttndcut. .

I Phillips James Underbill. *l J Smith Among the incidents of childhood that will cure you \ u od f.ir any pin po.se :h.il \\-Uer j)nwtr 5 Bowling Green New York. Foot Laura St.. Jacksonville Fla. }. ".

t 11 ;: "'. V J J iluUon.DanielFutchrWjD ummen.i stand to out the in bold relief as our memory reverts IlJe be put to. When JlJu are in town I'Jw sine DES SHOE, mads lithe latest WM. P. CLYDE & CO.. General Agents :.

i F M Gay I C Webb, Eli rFutch, D J none aremore days prominent when we than were severe young sick-, call and learn nil alioiit it. It uoi-s' not $5 PI$6 ,t my$3,$3.50,$4.00 o 12 B. Delaware Av.. PLihulcJphia.:7- '5 Bowling Green. New York. V ,

; { Shaw, J H Prevail. i ness. TW young mother vividly remembers Notice. take a wagon; loud of nnncy to purchase Sh TSt equal t mmadeandLokaiid I __ -V {.
V V j that it was Chamberlain's SIX months after date I shall npply! to the but worth we a wn. JO< wish economize In your fo. SOC .- .'
Cough one, It is a big pocket full to I do ETI S. .
so by
To restore hair to its ltural color cured Judge of Bradford county for a purchasing W. Douglas "I'. Regular Itmcetl.iK
gray Remedy her of croup. and in turn '. final L Sh. a --nanananaa .u. 11iyLodeeNo.1O,1 O. O. F.t -
:' V as in youth. cause it to grt'w abundant 1 administers it discharge as executor of the entate of you. price 0 t Itlok fo yoa buy Bradford Lodg 0'42 Tuesday -" ;.
to her own offspring and John Matthews deceased. late of Bradford w. sp whn ,-F= '& -& M- overy Jto "
V V and strong, there U DO brtl( } preparation I i'.always with the best results. For sale by I county,for a final discharge of said estate. I CEO W. YOUNG Sold b Meet J1Iday night before the third %' Ie night t in theIr ball. Tnnsjent !. -
than hail Hair Bcnewcr.V. J Starke Drug ) fioLivD TBOVAS. HODGES & % ABEZ. Starke, Sunda i cacti month. Il' brothers cordlslV -j
add 0
September 2, 1803. Executor. Starke, Fla. BL" TON WM. F. MALPHCRS \V.M. I invited \V.HACTWfi _.. "
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''''-f. !f ft. To start the ball rolling, we will sell_ any article in our Immense Stock of Dry" Goods' Notions, .

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". I I Mrs.\ W.V.. Moore visited relatives in OUR HIGH SCHOOL..
: Jacksonville during the week. I I. G WEBB'S LIVERY STABLES.Opposite

!fs T. A. KNIGHT Prof. \V. w. McDonald He-elected
< Mr. and Mrs. J. Charles Richard und
1 Local Items Picked Up Here children have returned from Atlanta. Principal-School Opens Monday ( Moitt's.Bhcksmitb Shop.) ,
At a meeting of the directors of the

rL! Gone to New York. and There. Our cigars like our drugs, are strictly night BradtorJ, Prof.county W.'ugh W.: school McDonald last Monday was reelected I Will i Not be Underbid on Turnouts of Any Kind I

high-grade. assortment just re
iIf principal; and given the privilegeof
ceived. 5c and lOc. Starke Drug Co.
j.r-- r KNOW. selecting the faculty.For GIVE ME A TRIAL.

.. j J. 0. Wilson one of the sucessful colored the private term,which begins Mon-

: Matters that Have Occurred or teachers of this count}*,_called at this day and lasts four months, Prof. JohnD. Any Kind of Wood Delivered to Any Part of the City.. Leave

..H Will Occur in the Near Fu- office Monday\ to have the TELEOUAPH Alderman Miss Helen Farris and, Your Order for Your Winter Supply. s .

: 1 1f ture-Epitome of a Week's continued to his addl'css. Mrs. Irene G. McDonald will be the as

f Happenings Starke. A TELEGRAPH representative recently sistants.Mr.. Alderman. comes to Starke highly For Dry Goods Gents' FurnishingsAND

f 7r September is moving along. enjoyed a.look at Col. Peeks rice farm on recommended. He graduated from the ,

Sampson lake. A more extended accountof Jasper Normal InsUiute this year and

f! Buy your shoes from N. J. Jones. the trip will, be published next week. has been a successful teacher in Columbia -- -- .
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.v Have that full Superintendent Dekle will be in Starke county.. bliss Farris is MERCHANDISE
you planted garden ? a graduate of Richmond GENERAL
Friday, September 15th, for the purposeof
.f. '., College, and was an applicant for the
1 Look up. jour books. School opens examining teachers. Those wishing to principalship of the school.

.. v s Monday.Mr. to be examinedvill meet him at 9 o'clocka I -CALL ON- -
+ I Mrs. McDonald is a graduate of the I

1 N. C. Petit, of Waldo, was in the m. Florida Normal School and Business Col- t .

1 city Tuesday.Mr. Miss May Nickels, of Hampton, is recovering lege, and taught in the school last term. R. lt .
;;: very slowly from the wounds A music teacher and teacher of short we&AT ; .

N..J. Jones took _
a run over to the inflicted by Arthur Hicks. She is now hand and typewriting will be selected soon. ,

metropolis Monday.One \ I able to be up about the house, !but i is very The grades and tuition will be the sameas --

Fl; I weak last term with slight modifications in
million for sale.
lf. strawberry plants the grades.; The books used in the common
1v 1Y R. Puddy, Liiwtey, Fla. I Mr. Hamden Smith, the affable and school: course will be those adoptedby THE RED STORE ON THE CORNER.

handsome agent of the F. C. & P. at the board of public instruction for the '
ira-Cooked Cow Feed
1'.1 Mr. and Mrs Hackett and daughters a Specialty.
visited Jacksonville! Anthony, was in this city over Sunday, public schools. Students coming into '.

Monday. the guest of his sister, Mrs.: W. H. school should bring all their books.A .,
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Ir It A full line of Coffins, Caskets and Un- Rivers great effort being made to make ,. .. .' ,

dertakers' Goods at N. J. Jones'. this the most sucessful year the school o :,,, .. '. "..,' .'I-"r.-.......
i There is quite a demand for vacant
r Special Column A STORY OP SHIPWRECK: has yet known. .\ number of young ," ..
houses- People are looking for winter ".,): ---fl".
Get a Tansill Punch and truly enjoy a gentlemen have made arrangements to ? "
As Told by of the Ill* quarters. If want to rent let c. -' ,1i
Advertisements inserted In this column at a Passeuger you people I :,n. .:' .1" ; ,
: smoke. Starke, Drug Co sole enter school on September' 11th. ) .." :
agents.Mr. .
t: 5 cents per line (seven words) for each rated City of Savannah. know it through the columns of the ', .\.t, -
The school in ".' '
grounds are being put
1; insertion. Dr. E. A. Todd chairman of the Brad- TJ<:LEGHAPJI. "
: ; \
It. J. S. Gnncr, the strawberry king good order and everything will start,out -' -. .... .
ford commissioners and of
; Friend, need something for of Brooklyn, was in the city Tuesday. Monday under most favorable : c' .. '
rr you I the passengers of the ill-fated steamer, Miss Blanche Sliztll. one of Bradford's circum ..- ,

) that tired Tonic.feeling.: We Come and get City of Savannah which was wrecked Mr. Owen Owens left Monday for accl'mplishedoung teachers and who stances. v .... _,
our Magic fully .. .x
it. Starke guar-. : off the coast of South Carolina consented Savannah, where he will in future reside. presided over: the Ft. Call school last year, '"Silver threads among the gold," .t.::
antee Drug Company.For at the earnest solicitation of a number of was in the city this week, the guest of Are a sign that your hair needs invig :f lJ +f t. THIS
the best ice cold drinks go to I his friends in this city to give an accountof Mr. J. W. Andrews was among the Mis. E. J. WainrighL orating. Bcggs' Hair Renewer promotesa .
healthy growth of hair, prevents its falling ,
Meachara's the Starke visitors to Jacksonville this week : :
opposite post-office. thrilling experience. Saturday out or turning gray bold and guaranteed -
night was the time and the Baptist churchthe :Messrs. T. A. Knight, N. J. Jones and by Stark Drug Company.He .
Fourteen of the teachers who attended A. II. Hoffman, tl.iee of Starke's .J. 0'
I Fresh Garden Seeds of all kinds in place. The church was filled to over leading '

I balk. :Starke Drug Co. flowing by the doctor's friends, who were the Institute failed to stand the examination merchants, sailed by the Algonquin, of that always complains i is never SPA.CE r

the Clyde Line, for New York on' Thurs ,
anxious as well to have another glimpseof
!r For Sate-A few thousand strawberry day They go to buy fall and wintereoocs. I Trilby i Co.'s Ad. Will Occupy It Next Week.
his genial face as to hear of the trials, Misses Allie and Gertie Meacham entertained I : Bucklen's Arnica Salve. ,

I plants of a superior variety. which he had recently gone through.Dr. the Erosophian club The best salve in the world for cuts, .
$1.00 thousand. D. Q. Cole. bruises, sores, ulceis, salt rjouin, fever ,
per J. L. Gaskins made a little speechof
,. evening.Mr. The little 4-year old son of Mrs.-- sores, totter happed hand chilblains, "
Bros' presentation and as Dr. Todd steppedto i I, Bennett fell from a fence at the place of corns, and all ,kut eruptions! and posi-
Ice! Ice!! Ice!!! Morgan ,
t Wm. Alvarez returned
the stand a hearty round of applause Monday Mr. G. L. Futch last Friday and received tively cures pil"b,or no pay required. It
ice depot. greeted him. from Tan.pa, where he has been for several is guaranteed to give perfect satisfactionor .
L I internal injuries, from which he died in a money refunded. Price 25 cents per
4"f t i The following parties have Dr. Powell's The doctor had: carefully outlined the months. I II; few hours. Mrs. Bennett formerly lived box. For sale by Starke Drug Co., and
tI John A. King, Lake Butler. ...
; Never Fail Cure for sale Every bottle is construction of the ship on a blackboard I. at Liwicy.! -- "
Miss Marion Hopkins returned to Jacksonville -
warranted : J. L. Gaskin Stake Drug and gave a very interesting descriptionof
: Company, Starke ; G. S. Roach &; Co. his experience in state room, social Saturday after visiting friends in In all that goes to strengthen "and buildup .
= H. C. Parker & Bro., New Iliver ; G. S.. this city several I weeks. the system weakened by disease>and TO YOUR INTEREST _
hall and salon and of the
; Young, Hampton ; T. R. Sweat, Sinker- dining finally I pain, Ayers Sarsaparilla is superior .. I ,

. i town ; Harvey Jarrett, Lakeside ; R. W. thirty-six hours spent in the ship's rigging. Last. Monday was legal sales day and medicine. It neutralizes tbe {toisons left I will be the New I -
, 1 Jones LaCrosse ; Luke Drawdey, Pin- The many heroic deeds of Captain Savage in the system after diphlher a and scar'et in coun-
several and of
; ; Hill ; Henry Driggers, Worthington ; N. of the City of Savannah, and his pieces parcels property fever, and restores the deb.iiated patientto try for the next few weeks and will
. G. Mlzell N. L Blair, Blair P. 0.; R. went under the hammer. perfect health and vigor.A be prepared to repair stoves and
crew were portrayed, and the final rescue COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
L. Jones
, : Terpentine Camp ; ranges, making them as good as
King, Luke Butler; 8. J. Prescott Sampson by the City of Birmingham was graphi- Smith, son of Robert Jones, of Sampson card dated, August 31st, from a sub- new. All work j is guaranteed. Can .

c'" ; O. II. Houghton, Middleburg; cally described. City, died Tuesday at 7 o'clock p in.He scriber at Theressa states that on the day refer to some of the best citizens of .
Odom Bros, Providence W. T. B uurn.
; Fort white ; Henry & ;Wilson. Drew ; When the City of Birmingham arrived was eleven years old before seventeen rattle: snakes were killed Starke. Prices moderate.J. C .. .

High Springs Medicine Co., High Springs. J at Savannah the docks were throngedwith near that place. One large one (presumably C. FUDGE. i
Fall Term llth 1893 and Continues
people anxious to get tidings of the The High School grounds are being put the mother) and sixteen small ones Opens Monday, Sept.

lie that livcth wickedly can hardly die lost steamer. So great was the rush that in perfect order under the direction of made up the "covey" Our informant MARKET. 15 Weeks.
IsI honestiy. a detachment of po'ice! were sum- Secretary F. R. Morgan.Mrs. states that fiveHen witnessed the

I Eyes and Ears OPen. moned to clear a way for the passengersto slaughter.
..:'4o t land. This being done, the Wm. Shaw, of Temple's ?Mill returned Spring Term Opens Jan. 1st 1894, and Continues 24
; and will see and hear many things to passengersof .
, 'your you advantage. With open eyes you cannot the wrecked ship, all of whom were Tuesday from Atlanta, where she Mr. Mrs. Frambnch and daughters, r 11 Weeks. '

r fail to see the advertisement of Simmons saved went ashore were taken in charge has spent a pleasant; vacation. Misses Lena and Maud Carpenter, left

," Y Liver Regulator and with ears open the officers of the Ocean list Saturday for their < Id home in Ma-\
,' will hear of the relief it by Steamship Mrs. S. M. \\'ells and son returned FACULTY.
:: you constantly little
company carried to hotels and, as the delia Minn. They had resided in :Starke:
gives millions who suffer with Indigestion. from where have
doctor expressed it. the "long agony was Sunday Georgia they during the and were held in the
Dyspepsia Constipation and Biliousness.A year LITERARYV. W. McDonald Prin. ; John D. Alderman Helen
Dr. Todd's hearers intensely been visiting friends and relatives.Mr.
were -
t over.
"... dose now and then and you'll not know inteicsted and he gave them minute highest esteem by our people. It is hoped 9 FaiiU. Irene McDonald. .

tired-out anything about. Malaria thut miserable, details of this rough;; voyage from beginning \V. J. McCormick of Gainesville that they may decide to return in the MUSIC-To be Elected. .
feeling.Clergymen '
fuluic and make this
to end. was in the city several days this week, the near their perma- SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING ETC.-To be Elected.. ,

3 were not allowed to marry The World's Fair guest of Mr. and Mis. W. E. Davis. nent home.
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'. ,I in England till 1547 Arc those who use Beggs' Blood PurifierIt Mr. Roland Thomas, for many years a EXPENSES. '
purifies the blood miiki the skin clear Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Gaskins and little
The Great Southern Remedy. the beautiful. resident of Bradford county but now .Board in good families $10 per month. Tuition in Literary De-
and compltclion Try a sons left Monday for Chicago, where they
People should not l-e deceived into payleg bottle and note its wonderful effects. living in the vicinity of Fairbanks. partment from $1.50 to $3 50 per month. "
,' money for trashy mixtures gotten up Sold and guaranteed by Staike Drug Com will take in the sights of the great fair. Alachua county was in the city Monday Tuition to students in Bradford County for the Spring Term is
f to sell. Botanic Blood Balm, (B, B. B.) G. C CHAIRES, free. ,
V which has been made in Atlmta: for the pany. Mrs. J.Y.. Sutton, of Hampton, is closing up his affairs as administrator of -DEALEU IN- ( Tuition in other departments will be reasonable.

past fifteen years, never fails to give satisfaction Resolution home again after pleasant visit with the estate of John Matthews, deceased.Mr. .
as a superior building up tonic and Fresh Beef Mutton Pork and
i i' blood puiiliicr. It i-i made from the pre- WntnEAs; God in his infinite wisdomhas friends and relatives in South Georgia.The Thomas has recently suffered considerably ,

scription of an eminent physician. Tile seen fit to remove from our midst from paralysis of the face, but Poultry.CALL .
f bottle is large und the tiose small. See Miss Gertrude Hicks on the second of TELEGRAPH enjoyed pleasant visits is now much !better. Starke is High und dry and the healthiest town in the State.
July, 1893. be it resolved:
their advertisements anti buy that which
of little Gertie from a number of the school teachers
is thoroughly endorsed by thousands of 1st. That in the Card of Thank PROFESSIONAL. Correspondence Solicited. Call on or write
t our Sabbath school has lost one of its who were iu attendance at the institute.Mr. .
whom it has A XXSX XNXN X """"" *w
t grateful patients curea. whose regular attendance To the many friends for their kindnessand J P -
brightest pupils-one +D
trial bottle will test its merits. STEWART.
'.. and well prepared lessons Robert Clyatt, one of the stalwart assistance during the recent sickness! EL. -'V.lV. MCDONALD, Prln.

;r ; Th notes used by the Bank of England her brought class cheerfulness anp won the and confidence snnshinc and into esteem farmers of the Ft. Call country, was in and death of our brother, W. D. Adams, ; PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Office Or F.-R. MORGAN, Sec. Board Trustees.
; the city Monday renewing old acquaint I desire to return heart-felt thanks and
.,.:: cost exactly one cent each. of her teacher. with Starke Drug Co.
i 2nd. That we extend to her bereaved ances. with the assurance that they will ever be STABKE. FLA.
If Chamberlain's Eye and Sklii Oliit relatives our sincere sympathies in this remembered. I am gratefully,
The S. L. I. A. will meet; next Monday
meat their sore I ereavement, and remind them K. L. ADAMS. & WILLS.
I' A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes. of the fact though Gertrude cannot come afternoon at the residence of Mrs. 1. C. POWELL

Tetter, Salt Rheum Scald Head. Old to them, yet in God's own time they can Webb. The weekly meetings will now Poisoning/ Suspected Talc Powell M. D., and J. C. Wills, HODGES & .ALVAREZ
p" Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema. Itch. go to her. be resumed. M. D., tender their professional servicesto
F and Rev. N. T. Mr. James Strickland, residing at ,.
:, Pruirie Scratches, Sore Nipples King. the citizens of Starke and surrounding
: Piles. It is cooling and soothing Hundreds M. R. Beasley. Lake is afflicted
t 1 Mr.\ Orin Husband is steadily improving Spring Clay county sadly country. CaMs promptly attended.
of cases have been cured by it after J. C Cason, DEALERS IN--
of of ;
in the death two his children .
all other treatment had failed. 25 cents J. W. Hicks, and is noiv able to sit up. His manyfliends Office at Dr. .1. L. Gaskins' Drug Store. .::.

r l per box. For sale by the Staike Drug Committee.A. entertain the hope that be will under very mysterious circumstances &nd FRAZEE,
. Company.I his wife and another child were very sick, J.L. _
; t soon be out. -- Goods "
j B. C. but are likely to recover. The physician ATT'Y AND COUNSELLOU AT Dry .

.' I Asthma. Bronchitis, and Consumption First Lieutenant Owens tendered his who was summoned from Melrose\ pro- LAAV. .
y result from neglected cough or cold.Don't I :
nounced it the result of poisoning. They .
I with resignation before leaving for Savannah Room No. 1, Jones Block, *
neglect but cure promptly a V
few doses of Be gs' Cherry Cough Syrup. Thus there occurs another vacancy in theaak were all taken ill very suddenly after STARKE, FLA. Boots Shoes *i <" .

J Sold by Starke Drug Company. of the Guards.To drinking water and it is supposed that t .":,>F '

j; .7t I some one put strychnine in the water pail. F.J.. FIELDS, --

I Death ot 1?. D. Adam rise in the morning with a bad taste '
j Deserving and Hats.UEADQUARTEru'
D. Adams in the mouth and no appetite indicates .
t; y The death of II" W. oc- 'Vo desire to say to our citizens that .
?- cured in this city last Saturday afternoon.Mr. that the stomach needs strengthening. For we have been selling Dr. King's Now TERER.
this there is nothing better thanan Dr. FLORIDA. '
purpose Discovery for Consumption, King'sNew STARKE, -
,... } I Adams had been a sufferer from consumption occasional'dosc of Ayer's Pills takenat Life Pill, Bucklen's Arnica Salvo for Camp Bros'. Brick. FOR1 -

:,; :: ? Bakin and for several 'months past bed Urn. and Electric Bitters, and have never Agent _104
' "- > '& had been confined to his bed. I handled remedies that sell as well, or COMER L PEEK

' ; .Ilwl1JMyPoWder Mr. Adams has resided in lids city for The appointment of Mr. Bunberry that tion.hive We given do not such hesitate universal to guarantee satisfac!' ATTOUNKY-AT-I.AW NOTAH GENTS'fURNISBINGSCall 1
J" -and-
; ) number of years and was Lcld in high. Haynes as postmaster at Hampton, is them every time, and we stand ready to
# Fire Insurance.
-' esteem citizens. He wasljl' announced in a recent dispatch from refund the purchase: price if satisfactory
our years
V by
results do not follow use. Represents
,of age. The interment was made Hi Cros- Washington. Mr. Haynes is a highly their PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON, GREENWICH Street
have great popularity -
leincdies won '
;Q A.cram of tarter baiting powder Highest of ,by cemetery Sunday.afternoon. ,.. \ esteemed citizen and will! make the people their merits. SECURITY, and HARTFORD Fire Insurance
' I an In leavening strength.-Late** U.S.Govern-1 I A wife and family and, two broths are purely on Druggists, and Companies.. Choice lots of Land in- town am* -
I of our neighboring town a good post-I Starke Drug Company county for sale. '
'3; *"*t Food Report. j I i left, aud to them the'sympathy ol the John A. King. Lake Butler. 1 STARKE FLORIDA SO? A RKEFLORIDA: ,. -

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: ', : __ ,BRIGHT,_ ITS.J.J. eo t The ther:were;-not A Musical ntn! CrltittiA V lten tfaehtne? Beat*
V' : .; FOUR ? AlEAiwlluii ) .mOM. : NEWS IN Js
V 111 V dj ,. '$" ___ HUNDRED A1U! BO ,, a1V5 beached:high: :OUFLATESTBISPATCIIELV" ---,

,'. .:';:.. .,:,',1'a.V T le cope| were first' mad" I tbt. Janin -,. V a :,dry, or are bottom upland, hope-' 'Tj A"1.1. -..: : ( .7 ; {F .__ _.c* ___ -_* ": "'.;.. wonderful story of a French musical To the town council of Souihpor", :
1590.- T .... t'i
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: ,., } <: Je tr\th these I ITcl f- 5: critic is related by who V
wrek persons
i .f.... : the honor
England, belongs ;

tif. .. V ttiolair8.J h6 t ,,sCOIl V V VV &ni V 'of, deaf r" Fatal1' of tile, Stop AMIBgantort There dredges wreomethiitglike were and' ,lghter i lo' ls f tie Happicgs ol a.Day Chronicled! : him profess and to to have have been seen acquainted him in attendance with- reduced Sabbatarianism with to an absurd- ", V, '

V. Europe now imports, e1'$ry year and Port Eoyal med df the the'aeiage' value e'being !dJces Brief ,aid Concise Paragraphs on musical performances. He all ty. shop-keepers Not shall rest from their .J

;t;*: tit< 660.000 tons of meat 1 about $3 and which are scattered was a dog, and his name in public was labors on Sunday, thi delightful body : :

.. -' all over the marshes. Many of ?these And Presented Pointed and Readable Parade. Whether he had a differentname same rule shall ,.
Ceylon has has decided that ,
:"I', : cinnamon"pHntatiou Containing tie Gist of the Hews
"' can be recbveredbut there are at At
covering 36,000 acres. 1 Scenes of Deatk tni DewUUott On :All let at home was never apply to automatic machines. Six ,
"Vkj- that are Paragraphs V From All Parts of the World.Sunday's the of the French revolution V
tota weck beginning automatons
.. tty days these overworked may
(t* In the rock of Gibraltar i?ere are 8Ides 400 Dead Bodies Becorered.JL industry :
U damage he went to the military
:11.e V 70 miles of tunnels.. every i labor, but on the seventh day they ; ." ,
;; V /. ,' to shipping 'waehouse commerce Thee deaths from cholera were re dispatches state that no parade in front of the Tuileries palace.He must disregard the pennies introduced i

'J.:.: The Union Pacific railroal crouuV .special of Thursday night from merc nd dwellings d i Naples Wednesday. No new cases of cholera have developed in marched with the musicians, haled into their interior 'on pain of fine or '

V ,nine mountain ranges.. < Beaufort, 8. 0., is to the effect that crops around and Port Royal new cas'es Three fresh cases and Jersey City. with them, listened knowingly imprisonment.-Exchange. t '.

The Chinese will go to $2,000,000. Add$1,000,000 deaths in Casino.A their after the .
live longer thjin people over three hundred and ninety dead thee were reported A performances, aol parade :

> of any other nation. 'J bodies have been found-on the islands for Charleston', another for SaT8nna cable:dispatch states that more the large part of the business portionof disappeared, to return promptlyat Th> True Lnxatlte PrincipleOf .

; The anchor of the steame !ip Cam about Beaufort and Port RoyaL Over find the damage t rairoads than sixty thousand miners resumed town fire of Magnolia, Ark., was The destroyed parade time the next day. the rlants ih manuf-during the pleasant '.< :
lines and by Friday morning. ue
: pania weigh. 8 1.2 tons each. tllembrandtVfather V two million dollars of property has steamship a grand work in South Wales Thursday. This loss Gradually the musicians became attached remedy Syrup of Figs has a permanently I

been wrecked near tho Bathe oints. total of something like $5,000,000 loss means practically the collape of the i$40,000. insurance $22,000.At to this devoted listener. They bnfcla effect on the human system while : ;

is saidi to have And both of these Me the direct result and 600 dead bodies as' the fruit of strikb in South Wales and Monmouthshire. 6 o'clock Sunday evening the named him Parade, and one or anotherof the cheap vegetable extracts and mineral solu ,' l

V: been a' miller and farmer.t of the severe storm which swept Sunday night's blow in.o stretch of Louisviile and Nashville railroad em them always invited him to dinner. tons usually sold a medicines, are pna V :

'.: A teaspoonful of microbes I f contain along the Atlantic coast on the nightof 100 miles on the *Carolina ployes of al classes except telegraph He accepted the invitations and was a neatly injurious. Being well you 1
Atlantic Coast Line
The announced Manufactured
boast. It is to the devastationof will use the true remedy only.
over 4,000,000 individuals. ; August 27th. equal operators, in Evansville, Ind., struck. pleasant guest. was discoveredthat .
that the I the California Fig Co. '
In all countries more arriages Everyone of the fifteen or twenty war, and yet these are, theJflgures Wednesday that line morning south of break Pierre Lorillard has decided to sell after dinner always attended by _ syrup_ _ 'j S V

take place in June than other islands lying ai-ound Port Royal and given by conservative men. ffi on by his entire stable of horses in trainingand the theatre, where he seated himself You can't t-ll much abut a man's religion :
ay the recent storm are repaired and that noise he make meet-ng.! :i
I lJU)nth.. ? Beaufort is steeped in sorrow. On THE GOVERNOR'S PBOCATON. the line is now from Washington to temporarily retire from the calmy in a corner of the orchestra and by the at .i -

The queen of Corea has a ;fculy phybiciaa ., every door( knob there is a bunch of Governor Tillman issued the following to Florida points.open turf. The first sale eomes oft"at likened critically to the music.If Many household! ( are car b-oken down from Inn overwork Bitter -- t':
or Br\r's
vho A of2 $15,000 crape, and upon every hillside there ,proclamation at 11 o'clock Sheepshead Bay, September 8th. a new piece was played, he noticed rebuilds th > sy-tem.I : di.-sll.>n, removes .;'
gets salary Two fresh of Asiatic cholerawere :
cases it tho strictest bile, and
_'.Uk!'\ : are fresh-made graves, some already Thursday night r "Having" receivedthe A dispatch from "Woodsville, N. H., instantly all paid exce'of and malarl\ '
y. in Berlin spier-did tonic women
I reported Wednesday. had fine chi1r.n .
attention. the ,
filled while others the piece
nre awaiting following J. H.Averi : There was a severe frost on the I
V.V The most prolific of opera composers bodies that will be deposited in them telegam.from Royal Both caused by the drinking of highlands in this region Saturday melodious passages, he showed his When you ta'k! to a man about his sins don't :t
was Picciui. Ho wrote over two hundred -' The demand stand cvir him with a club. .
be foundto newspapers joy to the best of his doggish ability, :
just as soon as some one can Railroad con- night. Vegetation was damaged con-
operas. 1 company that the city waterworks at Strau, on but the piece was ordinary and un- Bcn'lr" of OinfnrnM fir Catarrh That ,:
J JV do the kind Christian act of shoveling veying the startling intelligence of an siderably, but a heavy fog saved the i Mercarr.as .
Unbearable boorishness be the Spree, be closed, as they are gen- interesting he stared about Cuniala V
V can the dirt upon the coffin. appalling loss of life and a terrible river crops. yawned I mercury wi 1 surely destroy the sense of :1
V vliaupfid] to bearable eccentricity beeches the erally believed. to be infected. the theatre and unmistakably expressed lydra the whole system
by The undergrowth, state of destitution upon the islands Six skeletons have been found onPresident's smell and complete :ige ;

tl>., acquisition of wealth. t trees and shubbery, the marshes and npon the coast of this state resulting The Pennsylvania republican state six miles from his disapproval...youth's ('mu- I when Suhartccshuld entering: .tthnmcht never ha\>3 mucus\ e'celt.surfaces.on ,

larbhal Bcssicres was a {farmer's1oy tho inlets are turning up new dead from the terrible hurricane which the convention assembled at Harrisburg Memphis, ialanl., supposed to bethoseof pan inn. J>'esriptons rl'putabophy-iclnn"a :
I fold thopoodyou
will 1"is ten
and after.enlisting as m private bodies every time an investigation is Almighty in His judgment has visited Wednesday and nominated Judge the crew and passengers of the ill- d can image possibly they derive from thwn. llall'8 Catarrh ,.i

: TUMI from tho ranks. \ made. Already more than two hundred upon the people of tho south Atlantic Newlen D. Fel of Philadelphia, as fated steamer Gold Dust which was Spanish Courtesy.In a un mnuatturt.cl. )F. .1'. ('htnCo.taken .

Southern Pacific locomotiVes will bodies have been found, and many states, causing universal suffering: candidate supreme court judge, burned a few years ago. Spain a person who seats himself Tore internally, ,ai'otain.,tin-?d'roctly; ft Jlrcury.and upon hol: r n.I '

MOD UHO for fuel bricks made of coal people of that section aro confidentin .'Y )( ,N. C.August3l.-To Hon. B. R.Tlman and Samuel M. Jackson, of Arm at 1 table where there are others seated morons surfaces of tho System. II buying .;
; 4 ? Governor of North Carolina The The Panola cotton mills, located H ,Irs *'at4rrh Cure b"sure trup-t g nnine.
: for state treasurer. down and
liut and their predictions that the death roll l0i strong county, salutes them on sitting interiaily.andl* made in Toledo
asphaltum. V islands ad thirteen miles south of the It is taken
the recent the Atlanta at f
will five hundred. Someof lfe/by cyclone on Even when ina F.J.Cheney&t'0. Tn t.raoniaNfree.tiir'So.abyDrm : .
seating O
run as high as The immense building occupied by rising. no. by
Celluloid is paper chemicalli J treated, J! B aufort and Port Royal will UUWbVTnot village of Panola, have been destroyed himsel ; ist3, prico. c.per bottle. !'
reduced Again to pulp and theh molded the people, and they are among the J lecg than six hundred pple. There are the Gray's Ferry Foundry and Boiler fire park or garden, near to he *-fIVoclinni's

' into its final form. best people of that section of the state, even thotnand on the ban! l destitute Company, at Philadelphia was almost thrown by out of anl over sixty The people lossis lilts his hat and repents the courtesywhen Tills cure i niU V uetion andcon-t"- -.';'
V I All had has been employment.
the loss at more than one provUiot'8 they 1&h fire he leaves. pvlion. H other23cents a box.
even place totally destroyed by Thursday 'ih3m'S-110 :
: ,Soni characters are like the\ black thouband. awav and their crop are cutii ely lost. 'Grea esimatel at over $50,000, partially .-. _-_ V j 1
The loss is estimated at $150-
destitution will arnongthorn unlttB night --- --- .
11m bl\lI-not black, but Called BObecause There has not been an hour of any have gpee Iy previ. am wof'kins night and 000 ; insurance not known. About one coyerel by insurance. ,

of one black spot.: } day since the early hours of Monday day to open up communication and hop tohave hundred men are thrown out of em- A Savannah, Ga., special of Saturday f
into Beaufort later
'Ve are haunted by an fyeal life, morning that a dead body has not day trainl Please address; tot any reply you haveto ployment. says: I is now certain the i

and it is because wo have within us been found at some point on one of next Yema.se from which point it will L Wednesday official report of the loss of the steamer -

I'I'V the beginning and tho iiossirility ofit.lllllliJIt the many islands. As tho waters recede forwarded by ilmad. J. II.A VB*" Surgeon-General, received telegram Wyman from, JamesY. City of Savannah will severely censure Don't Blame the CookIf i

: Brooks. \ and the people move deeper into Governor Tillman then goes on to Porter, state 0 health officer at Port the captain of two tugs anda

; A the gathered the storm call on the people of South Carolnato schooner sighted at the time the
wreckage by
; man going shopping with his wife Tampa, Fla., stating that there is one
: : come to the aid of their Buffering off island.A .
is the uncovered. So ship lay aground Hunting
; usually a most woe-bcgonc< looking ghastly pictures are of fever there in the
case yellow per- V,
the discoveries that the fellow citizens. He calls for con- St. Louis of powder is not uniform in sinfhgth, t
object. His face always bear* upon itS frequent are son of a clerk employed on the dock.It dispatch Sunday says: a baking
the marks of despair. finding of a single body attracts no tributions of money; food, clothingnnd ten after Charles A. Gunn, under arrest as a will do the
developed days possible so that the same quantity always same 'g
other necessaries of life sufficient
attention at all. It takes the discovery the disease.A suspected train robber, has been positively -
Perhaps have to
heard oj!
you "Spar. exposure
.: "lacus V to the Gladiators." Its' author, of at least a clump of a halfdozenor to meet the present emergency. terrible accident to the Western ,identified by the crew of the work no one can know how to use it, and uni-

; the Rev. Elijah Kellogg, still preaches more to induce the people to show BUSINESS MORE.PROMISING.Bradstrcct's express No. 16, Boston and Albany Mobile and Ohio train ho held up in formlygood, light; food cannot be produced with it. .
; at any feelings whatever.It June last and his case has been turned
Harpswcll, Me., although over 80. railroad duo at at 1 :15
is around Beaufort and Port Royal Springfield over to tho officials of the Southern Express All Royal because
: and Dun Give baking powders except ,
; A Beverly (:JTasH.) man was ned $5 Encnurag- o'clock, happened at the second rail
that the death rate was the greatest, who will prosecute. t
V for slapping his wife in the face and but in neither of the towns were lug: Reports. road bridge east of Chester Thurs- company improperly compounded and made from inferiormaterials

; $15 for assaulting the policenjan who many Bradstreet's report of trade for past day. The bridge collapsed, letting Dispatches from Port Royal state
lives lost. At Beaufort only three when the
arrested him. There seemfj to be the week Bays: The clouds over tho gen- the train through into the river below. that no more dead bodies were found ,lose their strength quikly can
coffins to
were brought supply
; something wrong with the Beverly police local demand, while Port Royal gotoft eral business situation throughout the Five cars went through. Fifteen dead Saturday the about Port islands Royal at]least, Beaufortand is opened for use. At subsequent bakings there ,
outlying ; none
court's tariff. 1 have continued to breakaway.V bodies were taken from the wreck.
y even lighter. Around the two county were reported. The rainwhich began will be noticed off in The food
the second week in which the About fifteen were seriously injuredand a falling strength. .
V is chain of islands and
V towns there
a ,
; "Electric Wires and Ral,. i actual improvement has been recorded, five or six may die. falling Friday night, continued is and the flour and butter wasted.It .
it was upon these that the black angelof throughout the day Saturday and boat- heavy, eggs
-- as indicated by an increase in volume A The
Professor Wiggins believes fchat tel- death hovered in for hours Sunday and and distribution of merchandise reported commissioner Washington of patents special says rendered: a men were not brave enough to row is always the case that the consumer suffersin 1: i
night, leaving path sorrow
from island
to another.
: egraph wires cause drought; :that tho at Cincinnati, Chicago, St. decision in the matter of one
S desolation greater than has ever visi- Wednesday pocket, if not in health, by accepting any substitute -
atmosphere cannot absorb Moisture ted the state beforeeven in the bloody Louis, Kansas City and Omaha. More the appeal to him of the state of South Dispatches from Arkansas City '

is'5, 1 unless it is charged with electricity days of reconstruction. travelers have been sent out from these Carolina from the refusal of the exam bring news of a fight between the for the Royal Baking Powder. The Royal *

i and that upon an oblate spheroid like and other points, and iner to trade mark appliedfor Dalton gang and tho United States
manufacturing register $
4 tho The storm was one of the most severe a is the embodiment of all the excellence that it is
earth the electricity will inevitably the people of the coast have ever industries there as well as a larger in the name of the state, consistingof marshals posse, in which two of the

V collect at the equator In this: way he known. This section of the Atlantio I eastern centers have in a number of the word "Palmetto" to be printedon men were killed and Deputy possible to attain in an absolutely pure powder.

VS. explains the frequency of the Jains at instances begun starting up, some the liquor labels, together with the Houston fatally wounded. N. A. .
coast has been prolific in storms that
V the eqnator. "If, however,"jhe laYs, scattered death and destruction of without special orders. arms of the state and the name of the Walker, N. D. )Murray, G. W. Ransom It is always strictly reliable. It is not only more .

"there be elevated spots on sphere' property in their wake, but the weather K. G. Dun & Co. says: The industrial liquor. Tho examiner refused regis- and a boy armed Briggs were wounded ) economical because of its greater strength, but .
electricity collect them. and named Simmons instantly :
on Should situation mends but little. Tho tration. a young man -
these spota or continents be connected wise man, the oldest inhabitant, or signs of improvement observed a week killed. will retain its full leavening power, which no 9 ;
the coast pilot cannot recall anything The steamship Decatur H. Miller

: by wires, it might accumulate$ each approaching it. It was a storm of ago were scarcely sustained, for, whietweh.e arrived at port in Baltimore Thursday Outaws heh up the 'Frisco passenger other, powder will, until used, and make more .
: : alternately. This has happened and textile and thirteen steel
con- the little town of
wind, rain and hail. and the elements with the shipwrecked crew of the
America has all of the electricjenergy, seemed combined in their greatest fury. cerns have resumed after stoppage, British ship Astoria. Tuesday morn Mound Valley, Kas., at 4 o'clock Sunday wholesome food. '

and Europe has lost it, so that our i' The seas ran high, and salt-water : fifty-five textile and two ftce concerns ing, twenty-five miles north of Hunt- morning shot and killed Express '
continent is flooded and ; is have In thirteen
Europe stopped. M and robbed the )
t waveswere driven by the heavy windsas ing island, the Astoria was sighted 8senger Q5
burned with drought" Mis others have reduced time 4r 4
up : conclusion working secured nothing "
much as twenty miles inland. I with distress signals flying. The vesnel passengers. They @ .
from all this is that lectrio and several have reduced
working from the car, but not a '.
House were blown away; trees were was en route from Pensncoln to express pas-
wires should be buried. -Chicago forces. A more ". indication escaped. Even the'women nn ==f '
torn from the earth, leaving holes big \thftctor. Antwerp, loaded with yellow pine, senger

S Tribune. j I enough to hide a freight train, vessels diminished is that in the l greatly in Captain Faulkner, his wife and crew were relieved of jewels and money.A "German Do You sleep l'eacefiyi!! .
Why Picnics are so CaHe1.t were dashed against the breakers and I. number. The importance number some during of twenty'persons were taken off and cable dispatch from London states ..Sleep, thou repose of all things; sleep, thou
thrown upon the earth as much as five reported the Astoria,abandoned.The that the house of commons "i not ent' &t of the deities; thou ra of the mind i
the week in the Statesis from which care flies; who
Everybody knows what a pjcnic is, miles from the water edge. past United United States warships Kear- adjourn before September The '
356 148 for the week SOOTHE
: bnt most of folks would find it!hard to Tho storm began really Sunday against same and Nantucket arrived at Nor- leaders of the unionists are busy plotting
last and in Canada iI9 '
S Bay how it got that name, and fret it is : morning. The day came on with .28 last year, In the eastern: against states folk Yay'Wednesday, from New York. trouble for Mr. Gladstone. Bal- Syrup"Mr. THE HEARTS {
simple enough when you come to learn heavy black clouds hanging over the year. The,officers report that the trip was four, Chamberlain and Sir Henry OF'MEN
the failures number 149 in the
; western Wearied tolls of the day and reflttest them
it. When a picnic was arranged ports. An ugly wind started up about 142 and in the southern 65 show- the roughest they have ever experi- James decided in a conference Saturday for .wit :to

V for, tho custom originally was that 10 o'clock Sunday morning, blowing enced. During the storm Sunday to defer as long as possible the Albert Hartley of Hudson,

wfiI'M: I those who intended to be present : from the northeast. It increased as ing an improvement in each section. night the seas washed over the moni- adjournment, and thus defeat the gov N. C., was taken with Pneumonia.His THE HIGHLY TEMPERED STEEL WIRE

fr.I should supply the eatables an drink. : the day grew on, and about noon a NEWS FROM PORT ROYAL. tor, and with great difficulty she was ernment's plan for an autumn session. brother had just died from it. -

S ables. A list of those necessities; having cold, chilly rain started. Long before -- kept from going to the bottom. The A Denver, Col., dispatch : Dr. When he found his doctor could not

been drawn up, it was}passed
round, and each person picke tOut the knew that a storm" was inevitable but and Buried.A water, officers nnd men worked of Mrs. Josephine Barnaby, committed man Syrup and came out sound and .
s article of food or drink that hy or she none dreamed of the great extent it Unceremoniously for thirty-six hours without ceasing. suicide in his in the county well. Mr. S. B Gardiner, Clerk .

: was willing to furnibh, and ttya name assumed. Late in the evening the states special that the from islands Port Royal around, S.Port C., Monday night, off the Virginia coast, jail Saturday. night l.el presumably by with Druggist E. Barr, Aurora .' 1

U of the article was nicked, or ticked off wind took on a great volocity, and as and the vessels pnrted anti each thoughtthe taking })i on. (On his person was Texas, prevented a bad attack of
V the list. The open air entertainment the night advanced the great velocity Royal Beaufort presented a sadder other had been lost. found
I n note which ran as follows: pneumonia by taking German Syrup Pilgrim i
r scene Friday than was that of _
thus became known as "pik;! and of the wind increased until it attained "To the Coroner of Denver. Dear in time. He was in the business
h! aick." The custom is said (jo have of 130 miles hour at 3 Thursday. The waters have begun i
Sir Please don't and
hold knew
S and : any autopsy on the danger. He used the Spring ,
receding rapidly, as they disap- .
dated from 1802, 80 that the picnic; is o'clock. And this is about the time
remains. The
wholly an institution of the nineteenth the City of Savannab went ashore. of pear desolation, leaving the and land destruction in view, pictures multi The Sojiuru at kay; Gables Beneficial be my rendered as follows cause of: 'Died death fromlersecuti.J may great remedr-Boschee's lung diseases. GranSyrpfor Bed .;

: i iA. But it not until the
f century.-Exchange. was "next morningthat to AH. '" (
i ; worn out, exhausted.
H .__ the people knew of the great and ply. Dead bodies are being found on cccore "Inviting sleep and Its soft forgetfulness. .

|U'' '1 .. Mitigating Circumstance. terrible danger through which they all portions of everyone of the it-lands President CVveland, accompanied A dispatch from Rome, Ga., says: Unlike the Dutch Process Do."not by cheap common wire :,
and in instances Mrs. Cleveland, their daughter, Chester Scott the noted train b, dtelvP
most decomposition bp robber Imitations 'llr, not what they appe-ir."
Pastor had .
Is it
a fact that > throw pasbed.A .
:No Alkalies
yo has gone far that anything like Ruth, nurse and maid, arh-l in and desperadi/aud convicted of mur- at Xo. Zl Warren > f
6 S Exbul"l ;
your boots at your wife, and that she glance at the map will show that 1 -OR- Place, eW\urk
V certain is almost Friday morning from Sheriff McGinnis
pounds you with the broom-stik? around the place of rl'ate8 disaster recognition impos- Washington dering of Gordon Other Chemicals Fur Fall bY al rllablp Dtoa llltn ,"?
siblo. with five other V eeBras' ;
1lv county, along prisoners r"ltlrC Ten 01 tL
Husband-Yes there is of
; but sometimes we a group some twenty uenulne ;
a The of the bodies is sad The party were met,by Secretary in the used in the !lbrtr
Floyd are
r change about and I pound Iwsr with inlands. Some of these are very discovery county jail, escapei1 fctiiU Honey i-aflna I'rtmer. fre*.
.mfl enough but the burial which they are Thurber with carriages V and driven to Saturday night shortly after 7 o'clock. preparation ofY. ,
f ; the broom-handle, and she Bounces with only one or two families AilasTacit Corporation. Boton. k
enhances the sadness of the the white house in a drenching rain.Mr. The BAKER CO.'SreaastCocoa
given escape was most daring. Jailer ,
the boots on mo.-Tcrat Sifttr&js.I thereon, while others are larger andaccommodate & \vVAMHorSE3-Boton.New York tIHaJcpnL"
S VV as inhabitants as story. No one has time now to join a Thnrber was afterward asked as Copeland] was knocked down, his wife V "'lbl
lJ '- HALF the work washing duhes ia 4,500. St. Helena many has a population of funeral cortege unless the funeral be to the general health of the party ant and mother were run over and will ,e( U Jla.sa.ClTJlJTJTJTJTJTJTJTJTJTJTJlJTJTJTJ Whitman.. Tauuton.)a V1Ur.llaiu.; Jlas..YIJD0Uth m. ) M8.: .

4 that of a member of his own family. he replied that everybody was feeling crowded streets within a few feet nU '
; keeping the dishcloths and towels 4,500; Lady's island, 1,500; Dawtha's il
Those who have not lost death first rate, and that the at Gray 4
by sojourn made good their ,
V clean. Washing out once a week, inV island, 75; Coosaw island, 600; Beaufort 1 escape.What \\ iJ
Gables had been beneficial to all.
ammonia water should never be neg. town, has population of 3,600. relative are kept busy repairing the will prove, perhaps, the mostdisastrous bas mr thln t1r MEND"YOUR OWN HARNESS
Cleveland in in etmu
lected. damage to their property or saving what Mr. particular, was street accident V V S the itrrmjth of
Royal island, embracing the car ever recorded t.ooa rue .
{ excellent His with Starch, .
from the wreckage. The dead was bright
they can spirits. eye WITH
towns of Beaufort took place in Cincinnati Sunday '
f and
Royal, a Sugar,and is far more
; If Yo. II.d R Friend f population of about 8,000. hal when found, are left on the ground and his complexion clear, and he looked nt 7 o'clock. An electriccar nOfua.costing-vj. les than one cent a cup.eco
V evening
w Tormented with Uyspepa'a'! and and i-A
you coul.UnotgiveUm where discovered until grave diggerscan vigorous strong. dashed down hill at I nourishing EAMLV I THOMSON'SSLOTTED -
a frightful w
better a vice than toalopt ami.tick to FOUR HUNDRED ARE DE.D.As .
be secured. shallow DIGESTED.Sold
speed, left the track, broke telegraph by Grocers eTerywhert. f
I ;Oul'lle of Hostetter'a Stomach Rlt14l1'ao far as reliable information which I
hole is
made in the earth I
,finest and Pafet of tonics and rei!: tlators.TkUIsno has reached the officers goes, the dead the 'mud. Xo by scoopingout is Mr. Cleveland's first day at the pole and shot into a saloon, wrecking W.BAKER &CO.,Dorchester,Mass

V brrn as rrtinu. Esperli-nce has will number 400, and they are locatedas digging now white house after his absence at the both it and the structure it struck.As CLINCH RIVETS.:
V nrored. phjrsiclans and t hll public rt-rilf r to It. necessary the earth is almost a in the hardest the Mr. J C. Jonecf
shore of result of collision two
sea was a peopleare
& .. .. 2oIe-sempha1iotstk,4rIndorsameu I of U as follows: At the Pacific work puddle for,from two to ten feet. The spent M ERG U RI AL Fulton. Arkansas No tools T.aiu;srd. Onr a br'l neJed drtvs51 :
F &
F a mned tor niitlariul di- ..l'. con$ipalion, entv-nine bodies have been and work. After breakfast, the president dead, six injured beyond recovery saysof I eJnca thrm sully and V rhenma.U. lid .l')' Ul:. axe! tout ind neuM. V hole once made the body is dumped I abSo UcquMni no bo e to to .
and from
went to his office half and hurt "About atdL I
nearly forty more are ten
On island past ) years I.con inr ., .
*IgiLVV buried Lady's twenty-four in without coffin or clergy and the I many le.her no lot tit*Eireu. Thar are .
**> M B VW B BHHB nine past eleven, he and dangerously.A tnctedase\erecaseof Mo! poison 'o..h and MOJoni now In Al
buried and unti hl\i dara. u .
; If tou yonrJ bdies on Tuesday mud trampled back again. Sometimes leading prescribed medicineRHEUMATISM at eitaAsk .
want to knpw what friends Pr Thurber ofa f "J! ID:1r o s.n I
t really think of j'ou, uct; into a quarrel with hav*. been found si nce. On Paris the discoveries are so frequent and the Secretary disposed Jacksonville special says: Thereis I after mtlicine.which I took without any relief. for .rot ik.. or tend &tastamps "
t them., __ island nineteen bodies had been recovered burials that than very large amount of accumulated no yellow fever in Florida. The I also trlll mercurial and psh remedies, a IJ o 10U.assorted W. )aD'Cc
I so multiplied more unsuccessful results, JUDSON L THOMSON MFQ. CO. 1
: Brwwn't" Iron Bitten cure Draper: Maa.eiaBUousna.ss and buriet up to Tuesday noon, one body is placed in the same hole. public busines" state has u clean bi of health. A dispatch -,, on mtl an attack of mercurial rheumatism which brought that WALTHAM, nasa.I ;
and General Ucbitit f. Give Un island twelve ixxlies A CABINET MEETING. received State Health Officer made my life *i

I trvarth.*appetite.aids Ot.htIOtolU.The best tonic.* tl.for i"a.Mining,,rvescreate have- been. buritt At the Coosaw NO STRIKE YET. At hl past eleven the babinet meeting Porter at the state health office one After of a on1. A-N IDEAL-- ------M-i ILYM Eb i c INEI

; V Mothers, WM& women and children. mines five l> been buried.At began, and lasted one o'clock. I' Sunday states that the sickness of four years suffering I all remedies |For."I.dlge.tt.a. ..UUlrasMM. I 4i
uut gave up and i
V A pood sermon will- always ontyre tb6 Cain's Neck twenty-two bodies have Bat the L.& N.Employes Are Awaitingthe .\1 the cabinet were present, Newmann, at Port Tampa, announcedon using S.S.S. After tkinfl bottles began I |U:(..iBplrilo.. UB.up.u.>. .

S ,'rt'&cher. _ _ been recovered. and buried, and reports Rsul of a Conference. except Secretary Smith. The silver I' the 29th as yellow fever, is not *was" entirely cure ad reume work. t and Liter all.j disorder Bowln* ,o Ibo s i

V .?*J?a great thinK for a young. man ft c st out are that seventy-nine lives were A Nashville special of Friday says: question was discusset with referenceto yellow fever, as a subsequent diagnosisshows. I greatest to.lay medicine on the for market blood" I I;act ffMljjrt RIPANS, prvmpUy.TABUL,. .t.l.i <

k .*nd little see and howthey come in lue.cont.ctw1th R. F. JohnwAlUclimond. oth'r""peoi Vo.le, lost there. On the Eu tis place, one Everything is quite in railroad circles the repeal by the senate He has since declared all restrictions ping |dige.ti.n b 7 drugtt.,or.) .Pl* Uieir by nse. I 4',,

I ,. ,a.VJe civinc man youru men a of the richest plantations of Lady's in the city. The men are at work andbusiness and the president expressed him- off and the people may go to Tti on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed .,(,h'\s'.,: 1'.bu11t 1'

: .", money chance m to bank do this r ,p ant,dly.at 1.ihe ry: themnS same_tlr'e se to put island, forty-seven new made graves is proceeding., Great interest self a satisfied that his recommendations Port Tam1)Q and come as they please. fr. SWIF SPECIFIC Co.,Atlanta,Ga.DeX.tI. !-ru-rr.UI'As----IVltLIC.LCO..N.wT.vk.--S..V.S-V.. .

V V \V. C.... Rupture. were filled Wednesday morning. At i is felt in the result of the conference at :would be carried out. Another 0- --- ". ;,
S -' the other end of Lady's island seven Louisville between the various commit- most
No matter of how long *tandln Writ important question consideredwas Declared to Be Asiatic Clmlera. .
I for free treatise teMlnion'aJs etco S. J. other dead bodies have been found. AtDawtha's tees and the officials of the Louisvilleand the condition of the treasury but A cable CANCERTKKI
V of
Hollensworth & ('no.Ow"iOOt TiogiCX,N. Y. island a place of about ordered the dispatch Friday from
by com- definite
V Price$1; by mail.$L15. XasTie. I no plan of relief was dicussed London states that the epidemic in ( : WITHOUT THE: KMFKJr
1,200 acres, eighty lives are reported they will all go out, with any view to immediate action.A the Lincolnshire u 'of .. b l .
--- ;> a-s
seaport Grimsby, : I..luj"II"U'
bat and half that
nearly many bodies but if the committee decides that they has I 1CT.. ('.uu'lr.ei'Ii-i'.ely i trr.red. Dr. 'I
: have been recovered. In addition to shall remain they will do so. Up to Fatal Wreck. declare officially to be I .(;im'n s Jx"n.ttormm.Fort Ittyne.,\ \ .'.
We publish am hot par- the list of those given elsewhere from Asiatic cholea, having been called I V
President Thomas of the
noon Friday -
chased.norwritteti spin A
r St. Helena it is southbound freight train a "choleraic disease" for To$233 can U* monthly -.:
\ our office nor from onr estimated that 150 lives i Nashville and St. Louis loaet many male .
Chattanooga ,
with $750' 0 workiax for K.V.JoMison*Co.
\ et.plo'ea., 1 hey are facts have been lost. On Warsaw island : merchandise, was days. The last victim of the disease WtthPMMhaoda .S Sovtii lHh St..RichmondYh ." I
prating that U*''''* had received no communication from s nt Patat* UM :
# partly burned about ten miles from 1a"sa woman, who died last Tue .tdel.t -
t '4rS r i ty rears 1 ha TO fullered five in the On hunting island representatives employes Brenham, Texas, on the Gulf, Cola other cases before hers had I.... tl"Y Polirt .UrUUant,O
V '.with .heumaIIMU. his road, although this was the date set I or d tl' '
neuralgia gTe rado and Santa gt \\ t
Fe A ended ruzvltJ &
Friday. prairie The authorities of w
:V V ., and dJ'sI*pa\\.. the iad. oft"whc the steamship by the union employes a conference ] fataly. .very t
V Manv timea I omld! not City fire had burned away a piece of Grimsby that the cholera was ,
# forty- with him. At the V last "
V turn' in bed.j l ia j Uood'iSarMparllU done six are Svnna. wa wecke Thomas told the men that meeting if the Major business -I track, and a the train came along at brought to the city by immigrants Inside -:- etreat. have weak lonfior AsibCcDiampUon. ,

a ,VV Mr*. liarU me a vast aru>unt of i the rate of thirty miles an hour it from the ports, Antwerp and S 'wttsa. and 'Iboull use lsosCnrs for
t : \ rood. I am 73 \'ears old an t enjoy gonal health toss TO snnrrxa. of the roaJ justified it the regular rushed into a bridge spanning 'wide infece. o. Zl sn. $1.0110 tratmnL. a. I It has tre4I.wsaadi" r'f
; .. ",'hlt'h. attribute! to U -**n.nl. AOtlrru To* ft has not Jo r-. 4'L
men J
24 V K.:M. NUT W. K-.ii.lj01 N. V. loss to shipping around the,important wages wanted restore and when creek. Jack Swanson, the engineer, 'k.Sail.ll: |l.x,rturt.._NJUhtUI_ _*,_ doe I*the* bel ItiBot eoacb Md 7rnp.9ol4 lotate.U .

&sartMotf-t HOOD'SHood'sS eight islands whi is fearul were There are in Major Thomas a declined to!give it they Brakeman was killed and Ford Fireman Dameron and I lo very much to the American i N C E R (1tr0lJ 1>(''':>tirnt-! 'r rrwtr .
: dreg were fatally injured.
Cures get n r 'mlloyt1 the said they would vote on the mater and Two unknown tramps were killed and Farmer as if tb owner of a good crop NII JN?. NO(K IVJURKr '''I'n:., u t'\t 1'1 1.,,\.!.T Ala_ : :;, V

-" several engaged this in- give their answer at a second cnfereceb of apples may be able name -. -. .
companies number of .
p... r&., !':'t 1 h 4 cvftK i others are reported to be i t h W sPI'f'r .'R"
to held :Friday !Crn\
iu8tr. URED
V largest ope Kennedy, the ruins prices J. "1 1.\
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