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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 15, 1893
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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tJ VOILe XV STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1893. NO., '13.

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4 ", 'can Western raise, wheat geologist for another says tnat thousand KocrJaS I FLORIDA NEWS NOTES$ lent business man, and both extreme-1 J'FARM GROVE AND GARDEN.I not be troubled by wormy figs. Those

ly liberal and conservative in their Mr. Meller cured a year ago are perfectly STARKE DRUG CO.WHOLESALE

r' 'years befoie exhausting the necessarj I! views politically, have brought the office free from these nuisances. .

. of the oiL i into ', While drying the fruit should be turn
f .properties high regard with their superior I
., Items of Interest Gateff at Random officers.-7'hnct I'nion. ;t Merest! Notes For Florida Frnit ed once a'day. This can be done witha
AND. RETAIL-
The Greek style of building todiz from -- i wooden shovel. A weok or ten days -
All Over the State
I Tile I'ort Tnnlptt (},IIIHnntla. and Truck Growers should: dry the figs sufficiently for "
Bed to modern .
t needs, has been most Dr. Porter, state health officer of I packing} In drying they are reduced Manufacturing Chemists.

-; successfully used in Paris, where many Orange-growers are beginning to Florida.has published It statement in Horticultural Note.. about tjn -half in weight A steam

!; 'palaces are seen of this construction look for buyers for their fruit. The I Tampa, in which he says that subsequent A tree whose fruit is born chieflyon dryer such as used by Mr. Meller can

.- 5.q 1 _----_---_-_-. crop will be large this year, and if good I developments have shown that the ends of the limbs has been bad- be purchased for $125.NewDUeaseof. Our stock is the purest and best. Prices the lowest.

i '} A New York music dealer says thai prices can be realized, prosperity will I none of the cases reported as yellow ly pruned. In that condition the fruit .
reign supreme. fever from Port Tampa were yellow whips off readily during a high wind the Pear. .
We guarantee our
the of
*: l r composer "After the Ball" will] I fever but were a type of malarial fever I and more or less injury is sustained.The Mr. M. B. Waite a specialist in

make $100,000 out of his song. Mam The Tampa Time saSome of the early symptoms which bear pruning should be such as to induce plant pathology, of the department of ASTHMA SPECIFICAnd

:. other authors of popular songs hay; the principal! stockholders have finally j a close resemblance to yellow fever frnit buds to grow as near as pos- agriculture in an address on the FEVER AND AGUE CURE, OUR

;; ; made nothing because they; failed tc lost faith in the treasure hunting and Dr. Porter has ordered quarantine sible to the body of the tree, and they "Fungous Diseases of the Pear," spokeof I

: take out copyrights. orations which have been in progress op- ) restrictions against. Port Tampa in will be found there or growing from the pear scab as a northern disease 1 everything we make to be the best.

r near the shell mound in the garrisonfor : :Florida removed. He justified his action large limbs if properly pruned when I and the leaf blight as a southern disease I .

p t '- -- -- some time past and have refused to | in reporting the cases as yellow]] i iI young and annually pruned thereafter. as they are respectively confinedto I

; J Some.time ago an Iowa c/clone followed put up any more money to continuethe I fever by baying that under the cir- the northern and southern portions .I, Physicans'! Prescriptions Carerully Filled Dayor
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; the route of a railroad for sav- work. However, the old diviner '| ciimstances he could not afford to wait I Grafting will give a new head to a of the country. Both diseases canI

.4 t eral miles, and now, the Chicago Herald still sticks out that the treasure is there 'I I further developments of the cases, as, worthless variety of tree, but all the i readily be controlled by the use of the Night.

: l. learns that there is a theorist on and is continuing the work. He says j rhonld} they prove to be yellow fever, top should not be cut away the same Bordeaux mixture. _

. deck who it is bullion and that it was buried by I it was necessary that quarantine restrictions season. When this attempted many Allusion was made to a disease of ST.A.B. E!9KINCH FLA..
f proposes in steer the''( the Aztec Indians. lIe now claims thata 1 should be enforced from the i( scions will be ruined by an overflow ; the pear of which little is known. It I
f i; storms, by means of rails laid anil I of might be called of the "
:. tunnel thirty feet long will have to be beginning. The cases were a of- Eap. Better take three seasons to I "yellows pear.
: ii-:! wires strung for tho purpose, into open cnt to reach the treasure. doubtful nature from the beginning '! change a top than one. It is much The tree takes on a generally unhealthy .

;: ;' sections of country where thCll( :! I Dr. Porter says, but the symptoms safer.-Excitanyc. appearance, the leaves fall and the Relieves torenen el ths mmtxis membrane andcnretCONORRHCEA

; ; their force J The Savannah, Florida and 'Yl sternrnilwaJ' very closely resembled yellow fever.A tree; after a struggle for existence, _ treatment.<<_and.y.GLEET Nerer cwne ia i tug* atnctnra cIa)1.Noothet "? ____
.pcnd without
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: 1-: ; damage.: I finally dies. No cause for the disease, I __ S !..... tar tojunoa alta tSeeu. Pnce. (i. Sola .
has '
made reductionin To Facilitate Fruit
a general i'irkiuff. IIJ'
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!.1'r-: Quirk Itonfp Florida. and for it is known.A .
-- -- no name BlOOD BALM CO.,Pro's Athntt.! Gt
.S its clerical forces. About ten clerks Some idea which possibly be
; may
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.1. Prince Henry of Orleans, who is no-, I The Florida Centl'alanl1 Peninsular new disease has been discoveredby
": t have been discharged, or suspended, and the Richmond and Danville rail- J new and of service to some of our read F. S. Earle. It manifests itself
; I. of much account in most things, has as it is called in the office of the I ers are offered of F. H. P. in a communication bya -- ---4
roads have -- -- -
ti: \ issued a circular stating I generally sickly look of the tree.
:; shown wisdom in Ivibing the scionsof freight agent and on the wharf. The to Farm and Jlomc:
: 7t-;; I I that through trains will be run over: :, One peculiar feature is that it actual- THE NEWS IN GENERAL. i
7. French royal houses to assist in the clerks were not discharged outright,hut their lines jointly from northern points When picking fruit a simple device ly rots off the roots, and the wind -
suspended for from one to three months. be made that will be of much as .
:; colonial development of France, sineo I to Florida, and that! the time will be '! may soon blows the tree down. Very litI I 1- w
The reduction was a painful surprise to sistance. Bend a common wire into I
t faster than has been made tIe is known about the "root-
hey can but ri&l confusion ever yet on : as yet
t to cunfutheytake
those who suffered it it I the of S the center be
.. by I shape an or
as was bup- theI may Condensed from Our Most Important
., line. These trains will by rot of the White mycelium BOTANIC
:- ion if any go pear.
part in politics. It pORed that with the busy season just I elongated by turning over the ends.
'*, I Richmond and Danville to Columbia ; ; runs along the outside of the roots,
his advice beginning there would be Hook the wire on a limb of the tree TelegrapMc Altices
(t was upon that the no more
young via the south bound to Savannah, and and sometimes penetrates them.
;1' suspensions Those of the and hang the basket handle in the BLOOD BALM
g ;; I Duke of Uzeo went on the Congo expedition now. employs from Savannah via the F. C. & P. to : Mr. Waite found another new disease -
suspended will seek lower turn of the wire. By such a
i which fatal employment Florida points. The circular that I of; the trees near Pointed and Reada-
; proved to him. elsewhere. bays simple device, both hands be pear upon And Presented in 4 thoroughly tested Remedy
: .::. the roads will be ready to put on this | may Jamestown, Va. It is somewhat simi-
? used in fruit-picking and the basJu.theld Paragraphs.. FOR ALL
? t't' Y If half the stories told of him art The list of marine disasters from the schedule by October 15, but it is ,I! firmly in a steady position. It lar to anthracflose. The fungus attacks I BLOOD and SKIN DISEASES.
doubtful if the Ft C. & P. between : the cuticle on the twigs, causingit
::: fJ: W true, Lord Cromer the British diplomatic effects of the recent storm grows Savannah and Florida is completed by will be handy to throw a coil of ropel to die and form a corky growth un- The Tzoy City, N. Y., paper mill, Tats standard remedy has b*.n'tH byan f,
f in each with at end round and not found wanting for forty years
alarmingly a slip
length noose one .
:; agent in Egypt, is an original ; day's news that time, as they have met with so derneath, in which the fungus continues after two months'suspension, resumed mlavnt$ physician. wh> has uall4 It
chronicling additional casualities all the handle, and when the basket is wltht.aa.lpaud nnvlS9Irlif success for all
V individual. He dh-ides delays that it be impossibleto to live. He thinks the Bordeaux work I I.recommended. It
) his leisure timor many may Thursday. diseases foot'bleb' II
along the Atlantic seaboard. The New I filled, slip the slip noose in the hook never fall to beorttt from tbe first dose
: between lawn tennis and Homer in the York Herald reports 117 disasters to complete it before December. It is on the tree and lower the basket of mixture will prove a remedy for the ThePeabody mills, at Newburyport, I ntekly aid tTvotiiKllr Ui. drivIng ibrooRhAA out ali
possible however that the road trouble. iMU.erm.ront tjtlnn
: new fruit the slide the Mass., started Thursday morningwith madUm of the .kln. lUer and kidnays -
: may be put in a condition to put on j He has bean giving considerable at- hundred Lands. without any Un pleas5n I or injuriousttifttu.
the from Savannah I limb as though it were four : result of Ignorance
a pulley. the
samo dispatch
crisis Lord Cromer paper a Itt\ not
Egyptian
ordered
: the new schedule before that time. tention to the study of the effects of .up T8tUlon. but It la founded upon
or
contains the that Hamilton of
Hon. Fish ex-secretary
r,, I the Khedive to dismiss his prime minister intelligence The service, it is said will be the best the growth of lichens upon the barkof common aanso and a thorough II kr.owlwtwof effectually
"' the schooner, Meyer & Muller, bound Cultivation of Pear Orchard. state, died at his country residence at modern raedk-nl.IICt..nCf'
:: within that has ever been afforded the traveling : various fruit trees, and found that purifle and enr1CI* the blood and brUiicslualth
hour
twenty-four ,ordered from New York to Jacksonville, is From the Times-Democrat: Mr. II.. Garrison, N. Y., Thursday. to the lIutr ret. A.a general tonlo
public in the south and in the the Bordeaux mixture painted on such alt1ln lw acalysls of
'd:: I I !t is without a rival.
troops from Malta and Aden in case of ashore at Bull Point S. C. M. Stringfellow, of Galveston
light, county The Collins mills of Collinsville aoaUo-glTlntr> properti- J* absolutely
travel the roads have declared their trees with a brush had a favorable ef-
everoO.r.d
with anylemedy
r an emergency: and then went out and :\IC'ASrfl.Ieyer & Muller, a well-known intention of seeing that Savannah is .I Texas, who is an extensive grow er of effect in removing them. He has had Mass., started up with all hands at beyond to comparison the public. nl"apau8t'eaforall
wholesale] firm in Jacksonvilleare LeConte, Kieffer and. other varieties ills ...unlnr from Impure and lmpo er-
- played tennis until sunset.k' part not left out. better success with the Bordeaux mix- work, Wednesday, after a four weeks'bhnt Isbt.l biood-the current of life: quIckly | I Ir
ti}: >::>i I owners, and the consignees of the of Oriental pears, advocates in a letterto down. .. ..$roraI..' .7lV_nu.llil_ ,
; -- ,- ture in treating fungous diseases than D61e__ and Eruption C'atarrb. I
wrecked the Galveston News the clean cultivation -
I vesseL g.. Liver. MMi.r aaut&add.r
f Florida's :Miip ('naini.A with other remedy.Times- Pittsburg and Lake Angeline mine, .aitl.i.
-l, The paucity of Am rh'an-born rail I of trees for four five any fttcamrs. f (Teak*,
or a
. .'."i4..l*..eu -
} ors! in the United States Navy has exrited The Quincy Herald looks upon the I years, afterward to put down the or- :
the Florida will two-thirds' time has
"''f" / across peninsular soon working on ,
.... chard in to be mowed several INVESTIGATE FOR YOURSELF.
side of the
bright things a J following grass
deal of observes ,
a great comment Tbe Kelfler Pear.
be made. The canal will be about :300 placed the miners and surface men on Send for onr t>e* Boob et TalnaMe
i demonstrates: "Although times are times a year. This plan may do very The views of number of horticul- with wondcrI -
n
H. the Chicago Herald. A record feet wide 'and about 150 miles in length.I a full time again. IfaUon. tncether lemarkabloeures
-i.,1.: very tight, and money has never before well for the LeConte and other Chinese turists in to the Kieffer ctes of ,
;"1 It will shorten the distance from regard pear of from the simplest to the most vlr-
of the seamen: serving in the bince I The business portion of the town
navy been hard to varieties, but experience has afwr all known remedi
so get, our farming a're presented in the August number tleot disease!
; the establishment of this show New Orleans to Liverpool 1,000 iuile, that the older such White Cottage Ohio, was almost to- had failed. Tk.secermlftCat testify with V .
friends taught us sorts
S system seem cheerful and contented, as of American Gardening, and these are no unoertalu nound. thai BotanIC Blood
and vessels will the
.:f} y that not more than four per cent of j and well they may be, for not in manyyears around the save Florida dangerous and the Bartlett, Howell, Clapp's Favorite prefaced with the following editorial tally destroyed by Fire Wednesday.The Elm 5I and le the be.obeafell...olrke1.lrea1r lrllu ne .
Keys i insurance
voyage loss will amount to $70,000; pwerfu
have been blessed with etc., require the best of cultivation rnewn the
I they as remarks t wlrld i
; the lads who from theft :
are graduated Bahamas with the high insurance :
1 one-third. for
to succeed in the south. If probably per bottle; $5.00 I bot11Jot
I good cropof description, as one The Kieffer Kieffer JOt.o
apprentice training system continue in every rates now exacted. The canal will link pear, or Hybrid I :If not,tend to us.Addrm .
f have. Wben the farmer desires thrifty trees and good fruit, Seven seamen who shipped at Swansea le drrlst
I they now the South and West the as.it is less often called, is a variety CO.,Atlanta, Gs.
t I. the service of the United States. The I prospers everybody is happy but ofthe former to, enabling be products direct : clean and shallow cultivation repeated said to have been raised from seed of Wales on the steamship Etna for BLM- a1 -.

:: f records futhur show that of the 7250 I when misfortune overtakes him it to, without shipped railroad 1.-- three or four times during the summer the Chinese Sand pear, accidently Russian ports have died of the chol- '1I 1\- -

.., casts gloom the entire Europe expensive is requisite. If this is done from is era. The ship had a large number of .
'i. .. seamen allowed by law in the iiavy.lcw l a over commu transportation across the continent. crossed with Bartlett. It a large, I : --' ------ .
Let all that this I the time of planting, there is no dan- Mecca pilgrims. About two hundred
J than one-half of those who enlist at th nity. us rejoice year The canal will cost about $:>0-, : handsome pear, of rather poor quality : has all telegraphic communication
of the of these died aboard the suspended
surface ofa ship.
roots
farmers blessed with ger destroying witha
our are good even at its best. It is pyriform,
;: Y native born Ameri 000,000. There will be a cut of seventeen -; to and from Brazil for the
: receiving ships are bearing tree. The LeConteand
pear The annual of the stock-
long slender stem and the blossom meeting I
crops. i ,
: \, miles from St. Augustine to the present. This order however will not
. ). 'f cans. Kieffer, however may be excep- well sunken. holders of the West Point Terminal
- ; St. John's river. In this connection : end round, regular and : interfere with passing
'...; I -- --- -- Senator Call has proposed an amendment I tions. Time will tell. When grown on dwarf trees the Kieffer Company was held at New York telegrams
: ,{ The interesting fact is shown in tlit."migration the bill before the an exchange remarks: Mr. of New York I through Brazil for points beyond. No
; 1:; I I to now senate Talk about a ship canal through seems to be influenced by the quince Thursday. Lynch, explanation for the order is given.
: ; :. y and immigration returns oi f providing for the issuing of circulating Florida. The route from the east coast :I .Honey for the Jettle stock, and become larger in diameter, was elected chairman. No business i I

: ;,: j Great Britain and Ireland last year : notes to national banks. The through Lake Okeechobeo and don I I. At the instance of Representative more flattened and has a shorter, was transacted and the meeting ad- A London cable dispatch of" Turs.
[ amendment provides that $250,000,000 Brawley, Secretary Carlisle has signed thicker stein. The skin is a rich journed to October 19th. I day says: The :Manchester .
the Caloosahatchee the
; : that while the native population is to gulf would. I
i I of full legal tender United States be the route. A canal from St. IJ1lC' t' a warrant for $17,000 for the immediate golden yellow sprinkled thickly with A San Francisco Cal., dispatch of field Railway Company has given notice

I-; I, leaving in hundred of thousands fort :, notes, not less in denomination than river on east coast to Okeechobeo payment on the contract in connection dots, and often tinted with a red cheek Wednesday says: The bark Colusa, I that on account of the scarcity of

' o!. this country and the British colonies, $1 and not more than $100* redeemable would require about thirty miles of with the work upon the Charleston when under good culture. The fleshis sugar laden from Kahulni has been fuel, caused by the miners'strike, they

,; .Ii. :f there is a considerable influx of immigrants -j at the discretion of the secretary dredging, and would be the easiest and jetties. Eepresentative!" Brawley coarse, melting and juicy but of a now out forty-nine and is twenty I have suspended the services of, fifty-

:' t- : into the United Kingdom, com !: of the treasury in gold or silver shall cheapest way out of the problem.. The received a dispatch from C. M. Ward, pronounced quince flavor when grown days due. The Colusa and cargo are i five trains. The Midland Railway trains
i be deposited in national, state and general manager at Charleston of the on quince stock. Th. tree is very worth about 200000. There is con- !, Company has taken off fourteen-

? :; ; ing for permanent httllemeut. Last I savings banks, or other chartered institutions here rest of and the there route it is would now openonly little that South Carolina Railway Company, vigorous and may be used to advantage siderable uneasiness about her non- I for the same reason. Each companyhad

i I year 210,042 British and Irish left as equally as may be in dredging to make deeper require water a and ,, stating that the contractors on the as stock upon hich to topgraftpoor appearance.Fire i already curtailed its train service

!: t' Y their home, the great majority, 150- proportion to the population of the probably a few locks. At rate it jetties had not received their instalmentof growing varieties. It is an early destroyed a seven-story brick I in consequence of the coal famine.
t States such banks to be selected any tho for and and late-in I A head-end collision between a milk
' f United appropriations July great yielder, ripens
States. In
D39, coming to the United would save fifty millions or more ofmoney block and part of the adjoining blocksin
f by the secretary of the treasury.The August, which amounted to about October and November-and reaches I train on the Chicago, Pittsburg antI
the aliens from the and could be built in .. New York City Wednesday. The
same period 22,137 onequarter
$100,000. lIe notified Mr. Brawleyof perfection south of New York, although i Fort Wayne railroad and a eastbound
of the time to build over locality is a densely populated tene-
1 H r continent of Europe arrived in the Gadsden Democrat remarks: other route.A necessary. the damage done in Charleston by it does well in parts: of this ment district. The buildings burned passenger train on the Pan Handle or

; J United Kingdom "for permanent set : Some of our state exchanges are very any: : the hurricane that recently passed state. The special value of the Kiefferis were full of "sweat shops." Nobodywas : Pittsburg Cincinnat. Chicago and

t f tlement.. 'I' earnest in their appeal for protection .I over that city, and the scarcity of its fine outward appearance and its hurt, but the entire district was ina I St. Lous raioad. killed
,i Probable: iii I n.ry l'UNI. which in certain due heavy and Its
< -- for the alligator. It strikes us that money cases was sure yield. duality. for several hours. Loss $150.- persons injured 8 many
panic ,
: }f Western railroad officials say that : sufficient pressure might be broughtto There now appears to be a possibility I I to the non-payment of the government while low, is much improved by storing 000. t. more. The baggage and smoking car

i bear upon Oo"CrnorIitchell to induce of the United States establishing a ..I contracts for July. After the fruit in bulk, and it is probably of the eastbound passenger train ',wag
..'. .f; this year's corn cropi1l 300,000-" '( him to call an extra session of military post and fortifications on. the case was explained to Secre- true that most people underrate Reports were received at Arkansas i ground to pieces and from this most of

::,. (. !900) bushels larger fhan last 'ear's; the legislature for the Imrpose of Anastasia island, thus conformingwith tary Carlisle, and in view of the distress City, Thursday that the troops stationed i the killed and injured were taken. ,

r: ", ) that the oat crop :50,000,000 larger; I: throwing some protection around the the ideas of Major-General O. O. that is reported to exist in it.The only southerner quoted on the in the Cherokee outlet have 'I %

.1 ':. f that the wheat crop will be only: Florida 'gator. And the last legislature Howard commanding the military I Charleston at this time, he promptly subject is H. M. Striagfellow of south driven out the "sooners" by firing the RUTH HAS A SISTER.Tbe .

f could do the work up well. It division of the east. The following ordered a warrant for the July payment eastern Texas, who says: "My Kieffer grass. It is claimed that many "soon- ,. --
smaller that the
i <_ 100,000,000lmshel" ; President and Mrs. Cleveland Be
order from the war department at er" were burned, only those having *
was fitted for just such work. We I to be paid, and he suggested orchard is ten years old-has fruited
4 1': hog crop will be 4-OOOOOOlarrier and i! Washington is published for the in- that Gen. the horses escaping. A great deal of indignation celie Congratulations.
fail to see how the ''gator was so : Casey, chief of engineers heavily every year for six years and
r. : 7 .that all roads will have vastly more toI I slighted anyhow, when the beep formation and guidance of all concerned I might assist in expediting the is now set for another enormous crop. is felt in Arkansas City over A Washington special says: Another

"( i" ,of haul than in 1892-92. State Secretary I!I birds', seacows, turtles, etc., all came : I payment of the August estimate. Representative The trees are perfectly healthy in leaf'' the action of the troops.* girl baby was born to President and

\i Mohler has issued a special report on In for a share of protection. States By authority, da.elllay, the 4, 1893 president, the of following-des the United Brawley went at once to but the fruit has a slight tendency to Cashier )I. J. Bofferding of the : Mrs. Cleveland Saturday. The birthof

'i cribed land located on Anantasia island, in the war department and saw Gen. Casey rot just before maturity. I will spray I Bank of Minneapolis, committed suicide I a baby in the white house, was, of
; the Kansas.: He puts'
: U: corn prospects Captain Bill Kendrick, the original the stat-of Florida. are hereby reserved and I and the latter promised to lend thoroughly this season as! a possible Thursday morning by shooting I course, an event in which more than

:/':.. i J the area 6,296,000 acres, only 600,000( ) j "Florida Cracker," scouts the idea of 8<_t ap nt for military purposes and proclaimeda his assistance in the matter, and Mr. preventive. This pear grows to a very I himself. It is supposed he took his usual interest was felt. In an incredibly .

. ,.... !, under the wonderful area of 1889when'" !' of any appearance of "hard times" in quarter military of reHervation t-cction No. 21 namely; all of: that Tho fractional southeast Brawley anticipates favorable and large size here, and mellows up a juicy life because of sensitiveness over the short space of time the news was

:- the yield was 273,000,00nIlll( that the Florida. He has been around, has section No. 22; the northeast quarter of the prompt action by the war and treasury and well-flavored fruit. I sent three J recent- absconding of Paying Teller known in congress and was 'spread

t":..r. \ visited the farm houses in many counties northeast quarter of section No. 28;and all of departments. There is a certain bushels to our state fair last October Phil M. Scheig with $15,000 of the I through all the departments. The imminence
:" J- ;J condition this year promifcts; a yiek1! and he knows whereof he fuc'ion No. :27; 11I1 of tail'! lands lying in town- I, amount of routine that has to be observed that averaged thirty-six to the bushel. bank's money. President Kirby of r of the important event was' .

;t .". f seceded only by 18t\. speaks., He says says this will be recorded ship 7, south in the, and tDitiilll\tates range 80, east land, and office being surveyof descnted -: in such matters.A Three specimens weighed seven the bank, declares that Bofferding's : mae known early in the ,day by the-

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t ----------- as the most profitable and bountiful 1855; also all the lands formed by ehe .-ea i pounds, three and a quarter ounces. accounts are perfectly straight. i i isse of an order countermanding ther

s -; The New York Post remarks thai : year Florida has ever known. That since Itttvxecn said the survey north, lying bonnlry east line of said prolonged lands and of :Method of Canning Fig.. For canning and evaporating it has no The statement of personal affairs of usual Saturday concert by the marineband
"" t Some ideas that will be novel and and if allowed to until in the white house grounds. Dr.
equal
the corn crops are most abundantthe said southeast quarter of section No. 1'2 and thA i hang Hon. Charles Foster, twice governorof ,
have of
[*: 1 "Few people any conception j ears being heavy and large ; the S'liith<' boundary line prolonged of said section perhaps of value to many fig growersare the last of September is an excellent Ohio and ex-secretary of the treasury Bryant, who accompanied the president -

'e k-., the pressure for pardonwhich is I potato crop promises to be immense; No. 27. DANIEL. IAMOXT, contained in the following account, table fruit. Persons from the North was filed by the assignee, J. B. i and Mrs. Cleveland back from
I ISecietaryofVar
Y brought to bear upon every Executive. pindars and peas are planted heavily, By command of Slajor-Ge'ietal: Schofield. taken from the Madera Tribune, of the who have eaten my Keiffers, say that Gormley at Bucyrus, 0., Wednesday. :i Gray Gables and took up hs quarters

4 .:z;::;; 1 Governor Stone, of Missouri, has at which insures plenty of fat pork rich R. WHXHMS, Adjutant-General. method of curing flgs practiced by a they are far superior to those grown The report shows total net assets of in the white house, was .attending

; ', : least 500 applications before him, and milk, fine butter and good beef. And The Army and Navy Journal says: California fruit grower who has been farther north. I give clean cultivation $622,849, appraisements of $414- i physician. The latest information'oh-
1 lastly that the orange crop will be as "The military authorities of the department particularly successful in this difficult until August, and fertilize heavily 258.: The liabilities are: Bills payable i[ tamable is that Mrs. Cleveland and

\, declares that it is not an exaggeration: large as ever recorded in tho historyof of the East are pleased thata art. Figs treated by this process are every year with cotton seed meal and $75,800; and overdrafts ca Foster & her latest daughter were both doing:

to say that one-half of his time is ab- the state. Oh, no! says the captain, part of Anastasia island near St. I said to le delicious and to keep in- the hull asheL"HOME Co.'s bank SI3 ,OOa. I II i I welL The baby is a bright-eyed-

; iS 'f sorbed in listening to such npplicaN -': there's no evidence of hard times in Augustine, an excellent point for fortifications : definitely: RULE REJECTED.The I The national World's fair commis- 'f healthy looking young lady. 'This is'the

N ;>, lions, which are presented mothers Florida or the semblance or prospectsof has been duly set apart for The first step is to know when to sion at Chicago-Wednesday, receivedthe first child born to a president in
; there have
'1>"': /' wives friends from I any. Florida will have an abundance military purposes. It is hoped that pick the figs. iFhis is done just as House of Lord* Divided and Voted report of the special investigating the whit house, though
daughters, lawyers, births in the executive
fortification will be erected wilt the trees. Then them
and plenty to spare. ere long a they on dip Adversely to the Bill. committee exonerating Commissioner

... ; every part of the State, singly, by -- and a garrison establised on the island, in a solution made by dissolving a ta- London cable The Mercer, of Wyoming, from the mansion.
A dispatch :
;. -" .q. .':'!- ;tOBv1'A"""j7 s7"l often, iii larger The familiar face of Senator J. A. and that St. Francis barracks in St. blespoouful of carbonate of soda in divided says at charges of dishonorable conduct and Immediately after the news hod
; house of lords Friday night
; delegations. Most of, these appJ ."Rosborough of Alachua county is now Augustine, objectionable in many respects -!' ten gallons of water. This solution midnight and the result was the rejec- finding Commissioner Beesone, of t ben confirmed, members of the cabi-
!.their wives called to congratulate .
i tions he has to refuse, only nineteen I to be uon..at one of the doors of the as a station for troops be aban- I I will sweeten any sour fig dipped in it. tion of the motion by a vote of 419 to Oklahoma, guilty of dishonorable acts. the and leave their cards
senate at the capital. doned and disposed of" The fruit should remain in the solution The report was adopted with only one I I': president ;
I public gtHwj I' with the
having been granted during the first ;_ that the to count 41. All the bishops went 1 for Mrs. Cleveland, and there was a'
enough
Howard
General hoped long voice.
f i This position of doorkeeper was secured : twenty. dissenting
I The announcement of the
t six months of his term; but it is easy would adopt The next f-ten of the'process is to majority. general air of suppressed excitement:
I Florida legislature
. for him Senator- but A cable of from
dispatch
by result received with laughter and Thursday
was about the of the mansion.*
M f to accept his plea that 'an undue proportion this does not that he abandoned resolutions asking congress to appro- :;...J..1. C. tn 11 u.i rein ..i. iii H.i cheering. The house was then Berlin states that the Rhine has been employes
: of time is consumed with mean priate $200,000 to erect the post but, sulphur 1 box. for twelve houn [n some Telegrams of congratulation were received -
'to
my : his efforts to cleared of spectators and adjourned proclaimed officially be infected the
secure from all parts of country.
as/It failed, the military authorities placing the figs on the tray, Inch is with and
these matters, and the strain upon j as register of the United land immediately. cholera bathing in it is for-

; nervous vitality resulting from the pathetic '1 office at Gainesvill. It>" een'-. ust now depend on the state's repre- be done taken before to have sulphuring the blossom care end should Outside of the building the police bidden. All the pnblic baths along its t Doctors.in Meeting. -

) connected I with reference to fttf ntatives in congress. I up. had kept ft free csVuUticn during the banks have been ordered closed and t The president of the' United States
i incidents with them nsinFI This the waste of the
M... I other federal ,, itio :ICABAOTJA, which is attracting so prevents syrup the evening." At midnight n distinctive the authorities of all the towns in the gave a graceful welcome to the Pan-

:: is very exhausting. -It is obvious that that no .. would bene fquA 'Sn ion just now, has a popula- :: of the fig. Mr._.:Meller's meth- unionist demr-r.ctratioi was held, i Rhine valley have been instructed to American whose four days'session

,_ some change ought to be made, either the oflIC1ftmation ,'t t 300,000 and is one of the Aftersulphuring, consi-.ting in the flourishing of the adopt stringent measures to preventthe conges in the national

: \ by the establishment of a Board of clv- ,\.' ,. lies in the world in natural od was to put the figs in a steam dryeror union jack, ths singing of patriotic use of the river water for domestic Cpit Tuesday and the' business
JI\\ for twelve hours. Then
\ .. -r sides valuable mines ol evaporators and cheering for Lord Salisbury purposes.A gathering was entered
Pardons or otherwise; for it is-absurd ye jnstC in"a room in which the BOngs
it they are put
r Ship have p copper: and quicksilver, the duke of Argyle and Joseph New York dispatch of 'upon under the most favorable"condtons
;. 'f that half of_ an Executive's time yA m irou duties of wel Inds" of tropical fruits, as : air can freely circulate. Be careful Chamberlain. Skyrockets were sent : The Commercial Cable Thursdaysays of weather attendance and,

r strength should be exhausted jBidering P.con-: The former Its .. 4dJgo, coffee and sugar ,: to have the windows and doors so from the precincts of the honse amI the South American Telegraph company There were probabibetween800 ,
up
<:::1 prVeu screened to millers or other insectscan
{i that he w'"I the latter excel- portio ': ? growa to enormous no greeted with ringing and 1,000 doctors ia attancUace.
an and the
petitions au.) answer 37 and 39 Wall street posted
a lawycrof l. the $4m; attains such size that have access to them, and you will
I : I cheer'! notice that the Brazilian ,
the findings of the '1J" 'j il resemble groves of trees. a_ gojerzggent: ,

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1BRti- lfft!j '.f* I- EqRPI. '1'112' -adi, ,Recorder- ''ventures. COUHTV- OOMMI88JOJ8KKS.. .*' -., -, ;- -- LEGAL: NOTICES. --_ w. AJ.\rtJR.EW.$

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It PUBLISHED (< 2 Notice of Attachment.NOTICE .. -
EVEBrrRHUY
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AbramS 'will .
; seek' the;-deiuobrfttionorainaion tXeeI1lac'.f, ''. 'e. tl ? .
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STAHCB/aaAUPOHD COjJKTy,FLORIDA.; '' .* ? A. W.Nichols and Feed and Sale Stables. i'I'HE
: :- -. for tTbe countjr'onmmlMloner inet Io ; Ishryg'flo Livery
court'judgein
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L upreme ; ; that theWhite ,
t."; J-i' .L. ATtWs. r L!. w. obr pnn
the .campatgnVof J894. This Ian ieseion'Mondiiy'S pethbe4th1932 : 31ach a corporation, baa
Sewing
'14"ri ip. ."' :11._ ._ ., _. reminds ". COpny. .
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t. &;!3 !: ". 'Editors and Publishers.flHM .. us that'the'senator from Lake at JOa -. : :' ; :1 commenced a Iglnsr A. w. Nichols in the FINEST TURNOUTS IN THE Cf

.4I-; -i- Members present l.' .E" ,A. Tw'd.' Knight Circuit Court for / county, Flrid by ,

: '.IJ".IPTJO :: ) A, TEAR. has neVej renounced Ins aspirationsto Market.and lI*!le if A1 attaching the property of Mid Nihol. ILoa Attention and Keasonable Charges. J
: the
10 said county for the purpose of collecting Prompt II
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a seal.on bench. Itwan '
supreme The bo.rt1'wag cahlecito ,19Drummers'
: order nod the __ sum of one and forty four dollars due
hu.Jrt
,1: ..! (. intend to t&N.to418tsthe eeeoad dGaa.pun. ,, Flo., u merely the office of governor'or minutes of the lust meeting ,read and II p- to the White Sewing Machine Company' from Team and DraY

-' :. Unitlad'States senator that he did p.-oved. said A. W. Nichol and the said A' W. Nichols
and all other n interested are notified to __ _
'i' = .i Starkc; 'Fla..Sep 15, 1893.. not care to fill. And who can blame The committee appointed examine. appear to said pI' '. -
(1C'fi\. "' ;. ----, him for this? If he was governoreverything" Reading's bridge acnisu New River' nnd 1803. THE WHITE SEWI.VO MACBIXB Co. 1t,_____

: PubllMier olice. I report. asked for further lime nod thc Aug HXo\tHltMnster's Stables in Brick Building Cor. Call and Thompson Streets, Oae'
from constable up to a, _
r same was grnoled. from 1)epot. 4'
This week ,
the
daty of '-
expiration _
,
would be
nuwtlv.p trying to gainsay -
: A petition signed by.J. R. Williams et. valc. ;'::

of subscription has* been placed his official actions,' while if he al., asking thai John) Ji. Citson. Jr.. and by virtue of a decree of the Stare Plori__

;: ".' .:.. opposite the name ofi each paper. were a. member of thfl present senate monthly' fnvai! l allowance lie placed /p UNDER of the K.4th Ml Judicial Call. Ju.le.of Circuit of the Florida Circuit In

-- :' its slothfulness back on the roll at $10 per, monih was our Bradford county In chancery sItting
Thin tW or incapabilityto
is done
in. order 8nl. cribci s made an.llnder at chaiobeis in the city of jffECKERT1
t refused.A ': circuit on the 30th day or
wi .h the issue .
ifs- i,:;4: may see Just how tlfry stand with readily grapple I petition signed by A. C. Odom et. al. HON. Z. AVERY, August,\A. I). 1893, In a certain cause in said ,
are
e before it would be court pending wherein C-TB- teJ2{
% i'. .- this'office., '- equally as repugnant asking that Mrs. Martha Sw be jilHced on ONE or TMCLMotrr CONTRACTOR AND BUILD coinjlaiiiants and Comer ,Fee'-e are
to his ambitious nature and I IRS IMNMRASKA. defendalts appointingand MPt> *'m|' National t
the invalid pension roll was refused in chancery for gnchpurpcO. I Bakery

Ti Now that the fall.l. l has opene and foreign to his brilliant intellect as The petition signed by W1tBIdr et. HEART DISEASE 30 YEARS. Will sell at in Starke front in of said the county front door an(1 of tate the oni conrthoUM the ,

r r.' money i= getting easieV we hope that Wall his experience in the upper a!. fur a public budge to be .built! across GEAJTD ZSLATO, Nxa. April 8th, 1S92. first Monday of October. A. D. 1893 the same -
of aid month and a I legal liSle and
being the 3d day Pies Cakes
p;': : .: every man who finds'.himself; in nr branch of Florida's legislature. the Hunt branch was refused: Dr. mte JT dleat Co., Elkhort, 2nd. day. within the legal hours of sale to the highest Fresh Bread, of .
l A and best bidder for cash the following described
; petition signed by James demons ct. 1'LDD: I hcd been troubled with ra- real estate belonging to the defendants. to.wit: Hand.
% rears will come. forward, and settle IT didn't require very long time to al. asking that an order lie granted discontinuing DeaUalErQIt.MI LAST 30 VCANB. and allhl'"I 1 All that certain piece parcel or tract of land Kinds on .
was treated oy able phyi iclans and med rty in of Bradford and .
lying and being the county
-., The management ofi the TELEGRAPH work a great change in the. attitudeof the public road lending from I remedies,I grew ateiPLCTCLV worse until i WAS state of Florida known and described on the ATTEII11IIjI-
t New River moBTiiaTCoaNOCONriMtnTo nr ezo public records of said count as the south-west BY MAIL Will BE PROMPT
Hope bridge to below : ORDERS
has always bee;' exceedingly! Florida newspapers toward Chas.II. swamp r rI WITHOUT bad ANT HOPE Or RCCOVCKV/ I Would h.vaCCM quarter(sw .I)of the northeast quarter (ne4] ) All cElt!
Lewis demons was: granted aud road I very BlnkCU O Ding spoils"hen (.f ctioo five Section 5. Township seven BaKery Opposite ] _
lenient with those indebted to it Jones. lie is now catching discontinued.A my.. pulse fl E stop 1twas1tbthe beating (tp 7) south of range twenty-two east (s. r. 22 e.) : ?J
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legThe il
p containing forty acres more or purchaser -
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greatest difficulty that drcuUtiun could Stare laOTUTSPARKMAN
and now that it is "Hail Columbia" from the same petition signed by E. C. Wynn ct. a. mj will be required to pay for the making or .
necessary to
ic- tl title J- L. FIUZEK.Starke .
v ** papers that two months ago lauded I to change the Pine Hill road from W. S.,: bring THOUSAN DS meba- Fla., Aug. SI. 1893. Special Master.

: ; quest a settlement w think that him to the skies. And it all comes Futch'u place by \Vm. Jones'. Will Johns ek to oonadoomen again. While in this condition & 'CQ

;' there should- be no falering! on the from the expression of some of those and II. Saxsous't places on 2.uliou was to improve I tried from yonr the NEW first HCANT,and now CUfIE I am and able began io doa Masters Sale. ._ _

J r i granted.S. good day'i work fora man 68 years of age. I give and by virtue of a decree of fore >: VDO IN&XDW- _
t part of our delinquent*. peculiar Western ideas. D.. Mites- NEW HEART cone all tbecredfH UNDER entered .t .
and snl made and
B. Denmark county treasurer turned I r my recovery. It IB oversix months since; % duly
.' If full settlement cannot I have taken any although I keep a bottle in the July 11th.1893, in* and by the Circuit Court Uh I EIG-E : ::
1 be made BABY RUTH'S little brother happened in to the board county bonds, No.\,79 and house in can I shOuld need It. I hare alxo used; Judicial Circuit State of Florida in and for:
and think
send or bring what iou can to be and the little 80. due 1891, $HI each with seventeen JOur II.tE.RV h 'D LVER PILLe.Z. Av<y. aeAtdealot Bradford county. in a certain cause in chancery RYE WHISKEY..$ 00 to S 00 per. Gal.COR.V _
pay'Yon' a girl .
lady ......... .... 2150.
.200 ,-
P- : will be given did make her cupons utlacLcd to each bond same bay. Sold on a Positive Guarantee. therein pending wherein Jennie HagamAn and I UrNS ................. .. .. 200 250. .. -.I. ______
not debut
pro.er credit and I It4 until last ing been paid by W. M. Mclntosh Jr., N. D.Hagainnu, her husband. are complainants, RUJ........... .... ..... 200 2 to'. -
I DR. MILES'PILLS,50 DOSES 25 CTG. and her ..... ...... 250 300 'i
Mary Hopkins and Thomas Hopkins BRANDy.
She APPLE
: : tendered a vote of thaiks.t Saturday. enjoys the distinction 1 treasurer Internal Improvement Fund of .. .. .. ... 250 300 ,. "
PEACH "" '
highest -
the
I will sell
husbantl. to I.
defendants.
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: ';, Respectfully) of being the first child born Florida! for money. aniviug from'sale of For sa'c by STARKE DRUG CO.DRUG bidder are lor cash in front of the court house WUITE WHEAT WHISKEY ,.. .... 250 It ,_ _
; door in the town of Starke. in said county oBradford
MATTHEWS to a president in the white, house, lands under the net for relief of bonded September 4th. 18H3 the same PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO ALL ORDERS. JUG TRADE A SPECIALTf..
I '\ ;$ : : and is a plump, rosy little cherub. day, during the legal hours of sale on said'
lftke all the following or lot of lane
-- STOREIs piece pan-el
: HKILLIAKT street lights can be had EJIIN PASHA, the African explorer, The following accounts were approved of an.llJt'llI1 Florida and in the dt'scribttLS rnrmtk' of follows Bradford: and 1flouthwst STf\RI\E, *: foOftJ;

: ;: v by bonding. J ind ordered paid: '. ..;_ quarter of the southeast quarter or .
was eaten the Cannibals. His ":-i." .-T" -.
_ by section tireiity-onc' (,'I). to' ix ((0), south I
% n-hip >
; Monthly roll.. ......... i ;. jo (A' :? ,i t!
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: pauper }47 N) -i'Ci.\ Th r.\r.r'KP; : of range twenty-tw'> (:!) east containing forty
? IT is highly probable? that Floriy fate is not calculated to increase a BRADFORD COU.NTY TELLQBAPH, printing... 2 00 ( .; ; ;: aci'es more or less Terms cnsh ptirvhaser pay FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR 4AILWfl-:

1 da's Indian war.claimsbi1: will be, desire to explore the dark continent. Morgan Bros., stationery etc....... 4 45 }f4hii_ : :;-llJL:';,' J'. j jrl'Jjlt1' ing l AUI for titlo.4 'Ol-5t JAMES Special'. WILLS Master., FLORIDA TRUNK LINE. ,
'c "" '. p- I t.. c f "
J. W. Kellum, repairs ou bridge. ... 448 I The ab.we sale has been postponed until Monday .

;." passed by the extra eefijjioirof congress THE Florida editors, who left E. E. Johns, cost of road defaulter_.... ,840 I .:=:--t:. -.l2&. ;' r (; I i .'!! the 2d day of Oct. her 18W., the same beingthefnstMoinJ.iy Short Line to Tampa and South Florida.t

; "jCOUFLXTE J. E. Ells. lumber for bridge .. .. .,.; 776E. -- -'li i'.1. *,.I,. .,- in said mo'ith.JAMKS
Jacksonville ten days ago, are now Brooker. lumber and work on bridge. .. 23 CO rtm\ tr T. WILLS, bpctiai Master. STANDARD TIME-JAN. 9. .'. Tiums FROM JACKSONVILLE FOOT or HoouVEST 8mai .
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; drainage and good enjoying the sights at theY orld'lI EX E. Johns, cost of road defaulter.. .._ 350 1I :5Jl'i. Notice BO cm. SOUTH.No. -"
Eair. E. Johns services couuty com... 2 CO "_ ,- =. --- WtSTEHN DIVISION. -- ---; 80CTHERN DIVI5IOR .2"
tUewalks would follow bonding for f Noah Taylor. costs road defaulter...... I 05 r5'T. IS HEREBY GIVEN that unless good cause Is I No.bONo.2 No. 1o.9 3 No. ? So. 80k.4Lv.
shown to the 1, Win. F. Mal -
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contrary -
improveraents. Let iii hare the LAWTEY-NEWS E. A. Todd county corntnibsioner...... 13 03 i ., L. GASKIN8 phili S. County Judge, in and for the county o (!40p 700a73Sa Jacksonville ._Ar 800p 1030a 420p720p lOOfa ..Fernandina ..Ar -4 ,
bon] OTES.IT. H. Dowling, lumber etc.. .... .... 410 I Brad Ion!, State of Morida. will on the 20th day 84op122Ta Lv...Baldwin. ..Lv.Lv 15tp 9COa515a Ii Ira Lv.....Callahan...Ar a1Itr.a f
&' : J. O. Alvarez, rent for .....1250 DEALER IN ofteptenil'tr A. I). 113. make an order confirm: 85 a Ar..Lake t1ty.... 610p515p 845p 1150& Ar.. .Baldwin....Lv 2n $ ..
? Since the decease of his armory l tlto uf ... !
father Mr. lug tale Urn's longing estate of Martha 9Wa Ar Live Oak..Lv 345a2C5a _
; IP Senator Teller vonld Mixer Mo Mack.. making coffin for pauper.... 4 5\ Drugs & Medicines A Coker.ileccut-c-l. held aud made by Clia". HIia lllla1240p Ar.... Madison. ..Lv 410p 8C5p IIQ5a120np LYJaekPOD\iDe..Ar a $
jump. George has taken up the work of J. M. Murrbee county commissioner... 840 L. Hides as comniition'T before the com t 400u ArAr....5Iontlcello_ ..Lv 320p 1201p lOOOp Lr.....Baldwin ..Ly. .
on to the, financial problem instead s shoe repairing which is quite aconvcu- : E. E. Job!, board for prisoner.... .... 83 Starke, Flat house door in the town i.f atarke. Stale am I 510a 240p ....TaIlahassee ...Lv 145p1247p 1045p840p 1113p 1001pLY..N..rlle..L. 1 t
I Physicians' Prescriptions- county uforexaid, on the 3-1 day of April A D ?45a 35'\r.Qu1Dcy..Lv II 47i' 127p Ar..Waldo _..._Lv 12 ,
of the press of the the l ence to the people of our community. J. G. Alvarez, merchandise. ......... 75 189): and will then and here make an order re- 900d630p "l Ar..River Junction..Lv 1205p 710p 12f3a 2ft>p .Hawthorne..L 11 I, .
+ Country Mr. Furrows of W. F. Malphurs, cost road defaulter.... 2 01 ftrefllll'i Comlll1l1lltf of n fiovrn-day or quiiiig suid commissioner to execute to J. J. lisa 251p331p ArAr..._.Cltra.L. III'Z 5 ;
; would be Springfield III.. spent Burton the purchaser tit -afsrll a good and I Ar..Pensacola 630a .... ..Silver S "
country rajich better Wall Lumber Co., lumber f.v br .. 111f/'iI HOOp riogs..LT I'. ..
ige. 1330 ,;
a few days in Law ley the past week. He --- Mifi.ciflit; tettl! for the following erihed land .... 200a Ar.. .Meblle...LvAr. lioatiiOp.. 233* 344p Ar .. ...oca ..._.L.IO
.2 :. pleased. \ D. J. Harden county commissioner.... 11 00 --- to-wu: Lot numbered oLe (.1) aud u% of lot .. 1458 ...New; Orleans...Lv 24p... 330a455a 431pr..... Wild wood.... Lr
__ I 8. med well pleased with our I eali ty. TBs A. Knight. repaint on bridge....... 18 73 PLATT B II 0 S' numbered two (2), section six (&), township .. S 4.'p Ar....Lacooohee.. .L.. S S ;
l father who few weeks W. O. Clyatt, repairing bridge......... 4) seven (.J), range twenty (;D) east. ... 510p Ar..Jackson.1I11s..Lv 14Sp SlOa515a 541p Ar..O'fI'nsboro. ..L. 'I .
.: STEAM is than spent a here 50 .
; mightier wind. 11
\)( F. MALPBTRS ..... 580aHOOa Ar.....Cairo. ...Lv HUa ...II 615p ArAr.. ..Dadecity..Lv 1
; I. Witness the l ast winter, expects to remove here with W. W. Kerce, lepairins bridge. ... I 25 County Judge, Dradforcll\uuty. Fla. .... Ar..St. Louia...._LvAr. 740p. .. .i 18ron) 7l9p .....Flant City..Lv ,;
of( '
': ': rapid retujn confidence l 118 family some lime next month. W. F. Malphurs, cost of road defaulter.... 2 10 S. I. Cotton Gin. -Aug.--s 25,-!.M-4w--_ __._ .-.. 445p .. .Chicago.. ..Lv 200p .._.. !17Cea 820p Ar....Tampa.. .1.I, 't': ;
since the wheels cf the John A. Powell. coffin for pauper..... 300 ;1
great.f Mrs. Dr. Todd eutertamed the Y. L Son Dr. E. L. Stewai, visits to prisoners. ... 6 00 Notice THOMASVILLE-SIoMicei.u Rt'1TE.S u 453 44p Lv...WiJdwood..Ar t :'

f ,factories of country beganturn'ngaiti. to Tuesday evening. September 29tli. and Starke Drug Co., drugs............ 4 50 THE Ri.TLong IS hEREBY GIVEN that unless good cause I is -Daily _____ ____ _______ ______ -Daily 5 64da Ida; 5Hr 54CJI Ar..l.t'ts1Jurg.Ar Ar... Tavarw.. Ar 8"Ita 1

\ Miss Florence Alcfully on the evening of ruby Sternburg Co., merchandise... 3 97 County shown Judge to the in contrary and for the I, Win. Jo':of Ialphurs Brad, 700a Lr... ..Jacksonville......ArLv 830p 84)1636p Ar.Apopka..Ar" 7. DI' I'
county
.- .. __ 'I, he 12th inst. N.J.Jones, cotton for comforts. ... 300'' f..n iI!, State of Florida, will on the 29th day oSeptelitlier. L 84oaJSba .. ..Lake City. ,. ..Ar 631p !!11 Ota' 'tlOp r..Orlando.... Ar 7 : \
Lv....... .. ... .
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Live Oak 1130a1230p \
Ar Ar.
; cotton Gin 540p Inter Park..Lv _....
t; ; 0. Tu it TELKGBAPII *in J the official I Mr. E. G. Hill has T. A. Knight,Mdse and service county com. 0 01] the sale of lauds*\ T IslS.. make an order confirming 11 j 1)\3 Lv ..Monticello! .... ...ArLv 320p Ar ....Oietlo..Lv ... -r'
been belonging to estate or James Z.
recently
0 pro E E. ... .
Johns arre.t of Arthur Hicks .. 2705 Devil!, 115p Thomasville.. .. Ar ISTp045a -. '.
deceased luhL and
0 organ of all the boards Af the coun- i moted. Henceforth he will be known as I J. t. Wynn hunting Hicks........... 400 Fildes, us commissioner before made the by court Chas.house L. 911(1p Lv.... .1IIontJQUlery..Ar .... .Lv..Waldo... ...Ar It j"."

: '- ty. The few voters, who do not grandfather." May he receive the reverential Fourteen Deputies, hunting Hicks. 3000 I..K THE WORLD._ door In the town the 3.1 of Staike, State and. county 121tn(1J iCOa124Hp Lv Lv............Birmingham.Nashville. ..........Ar Ar 342a............. 334'p' Ar..Gainesville.Ar..Atcher..jJ. 11 ';11
aforesaid
now read it should subscribe at recognition that a patriarch bearing' W. T. Weeks clerk aud auditor.... .!33 TUV. .aasa----- II then on and there day make of April.an order A. L) requiring 1--93,amnil ( Lv.Ar.............Louisville. ......Ar 837p....._ I, 620p .\'_..Cedar Keys ..Lv 1 ..;iji420p

4. '- such tin should \ T. \\ i The timlersiifnoil. i ii Stale Agent siiid commissioner to execute to J. J. Burton, Cincinnati..Lv 1125a LcaveAreherdatiy.exceptSsnday.sX.4Ii '.
appellation
t on,(. There la but one vay to keep have! Clerk and Auditor. 'for the aliove 't'lt-hl'all'tI l Guts and I th'. purchaser at said sale, a good and siifficien I Pullman sleepers Cincinnati ObioandTampa.t9r Williston, Early Bird and Eagle WDM;fin*
deed for
The clouds and the following described land, to-Wit Mines
rain of the past week : aud Jacksonville and Tampa Pullman cars Eagle daily except Sunday at<:...;
I. posted on :coonty affai'4-read the have begotten better --- .- ---- keepon hand a full supply of six The s# of lot two (2) and lot three (.f)), section Jacksonville anti New Orleans. 1, 2, 9 I and 10 I for Archer and intermediate points, 'r::$.'

; .\ county a appreciation of r Some yeats ago we were very much east(6), township seven In.WM.) range F. MALPHCRS twenty ,(20 daily. __ _ _ I Tiain leaves Ovicdo and Winter Park Mr,.4.:"

r paper.___J I sunshine and of our usual perfect fair subject to severe spcll of cholera morbus; ; |EXTRAS WALRUS LEATHER ETC. County' Judge Bradford County Fla. FERNANOINA AND CUMBERLAND ROUTE. except Oviedo also Sunday daily,at at 8:30 figures a.m.;shown.Winter Park.ii

: '. weather. After all, clouds and storms iiiul now when we feel any of the symp Aug 28, {j-.4w :.o. Nco \isGiN8:3; a. m.. arriving Orlando :. m.; tarn 1
TKI.EGEAPHIC advices .from Washington toms tlmf IHIUILI: t Orlando daily! at 5:00 ,
', t have their mission. ) pri'cefil that ailment I 0a1 p.m. arriTing Winter Zttk tM'
: state that .Miss fyith Cleveland's The great financial stress which such as bickncbs at llastomach., (Liarrhcna: 4. B. HART, N ot i Ce.Jo 5SOpllIOaAr..Fernandna..Lv1245pT30tL 4op 930a Lv..Jacksonvflle..Ar 2p 8 at 8:23 p. m.: Oviedo 6:00 p. ro. 'I ;

so etc.. we fo'cnmu scary.Ve have found 1 I Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit of Fbi. I 800MlUOOa 4UOp502p Lv.Ocala (s 0 o A oArAr..Dunnellon..L ;
little sister has no( yet cried seriously affects: large portions of our land t Ciiatnl>crltfin** Colic, Cholera ai.d Dir- Lake City:. : : Florida. Ida Bradford CountyN Trains on the Fernandina and Cumberland .

,o Possibly hehatt not heard of ,the L seems to touch Florida more gently than I rliO3i: Heim-dy the very thing to sraigiiteritle : J.Bomta Jones and E.Jones His,Wife.) route leave Jacksonville and Fernandina daily IHOa 16Ca824a 6ft 544p>p Ar.Ar...Hl'rn&ndo..L".. Inverneca.._Lv .aa.I' $.r'

; senate' failurn many other sections It i is titling that a ( uut in feueh cases and always keep i il I except Sunday. Connects at Fernandina for _.... 035p655p Ar.. ....Lv 'I3III.".' f
to
mvetAhe crying nUwt. We me not writing this fur a puv Milley DayV\nd James }Bill for Injunction. Dungenness. Cumberland Island Jekyl Island !1- v-
: demands of the counter. When land of so many genial features should be t testimonial but to let our readers know Demorest and his wife. and Brnnswicic, forming the Cumberland route, 50a Lv.Lacoochee (0.).A 14 __ J.
but little disturbed; financial Matlie A. Demorest. J and making connections lor 811&1 !OlOp92Sp Ar Tarpon Springs.Ar
.. by crises. vv'i.it i is a good I lung to keep in the house. Macon. Atlanta p.sa :
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"abe docs-oh JAife) about NOTICE TO APPEAR Chattanooga northern and western Ar Sutherland..Ar % iiNos
the -T0E .
my STATE OF FLORIDA.To point. .i .
Our resident For sale Stvrke ( I 8". .
Hev. J. by Drug
pastor G. Bonnell.is tmpaIIy. S< nday train leaves Jacksonville 840 a'10. .0.ISp Ar. .Clearwater... Ar 643S1 r
: White House Milley Dar. and James Demorest and Mattie makes 04la 10'Wp Ar.
; will <>ot lx&worth,the to fill the pulpit of GracK M. E. church. --- -- .Demorpst st, His Wife-Greeting: Kernandina Cumberland ronte connection. leaves Petersbunr..Lv 5110af
: < An 5 p in. arrives Sncksonville 6 15 p m. 7 and 8 daily;3and 4 dallr. h
Anlnrlichalitg: and r.'S8ftcIIT.
living. ; St. Augustine, on next S.ihbath, the 17th sealing company ( JT fendants havingbt'eu above shown named by Affidavit that the de Pullman leepmgcarsBrunsw.ck to Atlanta.And Trains on O. B. and S. 80.& O.daily.execyC 't
I_ are nou-residents of Atlanta. Cincinnati and Nashville.
m vTils designed to bunday.
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-; inst. in his absence the Rev. S. C. Paris, OIK-rate on a huge the State of Florida and that the residence ot
senate of the UnUd States of the scale, is being formed in Dundee. said defendants i is at Rochester in the State of: __JACKSONVILLE-NASHVILLE (via Lake 1 .' -
pastor Presbyterian church at New York, and that said defendants City. Macon and Atlanta.)
No.
is are over 2Tffla No.6
; suffering -from a even attack of( Starke, is to fill his pulpit at this place nt t lie age o twenty one j-ears. No. No.1 'fw

inflation. It now threatcsis to 10:30: '. m. 'Silver threads among the gOld," :_ It is therefore ordered considered and ad ;' C30n8S5p fftl.ve.... ............ .... -
that JactnonvilleLake
pop- judged the said defendants i ...... ...
Are
It slu I that jour hair needs invig Milley Day and 0 la820p ..... ......... .Arrive 74 $1P
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off until Miss Hurt James Dcmorest and Mattie A. Demorest doappenr 'I 420a .... City...............Arrive 544.'Ip _- 6.. '
October who Leave.
lath before takinga spent last winter at IJratiu IJtpgs' Hair He-newer promotesa to the complainant's lull ol complaint ......" .".\Iacon. ............. ..Arri-IIlM..l._. h
; vote. The :; Lawtey. returned on Wednesday Inst healthy growth of hair prevents its fall herein on or before the 2t1 day of October. A.L lS2a 2 5(IOn Kip i Leave eave ............................atlan; >.t..................Arrive .n..... 6S
night with ....
country ins out .G. : & SON D. Ihitt! in dtfault whereof a decree fl25a '" ..Chnttanooga. .. ............ _
profit to itself and the She was accompaied by Mrs. Trowbridge., or Starke turning gr.iy. bold and guaranteed SJJJCKER will be entered against thelll.I pro confesso 730p Arrive.................... a.ch\'il1. ..Arrive I.ea" .lOOp 40a I
by Jflfif
Drug ;
people
Company.
cm It is further ordered that Pailythrnugh Pullman .
{ whose husband is happy to have her with; OF- I I lished the this notice be pub leelN i Jacksonville to Nishvillt i ;on.N.; 5 and 6.
n
/ Ploy Co rhett Sullivan xml -- -- Bradford Counsy Telegrapn a '' ".*"'" ve to
few frpect late
a him in this clime. newspaper published at out of Jacksonville, ; n Wrong Cor also on our worming.
genial XX.. On lower New Doors: Sash Blinds Starke, in Bradford so that our patrons from the South will

Broadway York in hal'eI
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other bruisers to knock t the wind [doulOings, county. Florida, once each Wtt'k for four consecutive DOUBLE DAILY CONNECTION '
Orner plots land! is worth weeks.Jn WITH ATLANTA WITHOUT CHANCE.
Persons from $15.000 I I Ticket -
troubled
of with chronic diarrhoea \\HIU-- whereof. I have Offlce.OW.Bavst..com,r
out I-ereunto TIngan.
it. Material set
: Building rey Depot foot of
Hogan St 3aesOI'iblS.
N.
I should try chamberlain's Colic Cholera to $20.000 per front foot. hand ond affix d the seal of our Circuit Cow .S.PENM L GT N.TrrffMManager.. A. f'. JUctONNELL,Gen.PaL Aj*
--v and Diarrhoea Itt-medy. on this the Ul>t day of August. A. I). 1894 .
JUDGE Tennessee Many cases have [(.. S.] w.
MOON T.
of WEEKS.
has I*en cured by it after all else had failed Among the incidents (of cnildhood that BDILDERS'JARDWARE. Sept. l-4t Clerk Circuit

:: decided that progressive euchre' and skIlled physicians were powerless bland out III bold relief, as our memory reverts '_u_. __. Court._ The Clyde
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Fur sale by Starkc Drug Company. to the da\'F whe we were 'IIUlg.nlilC : Window otice. Steamship Co.

players are amenable tp the law ate more prominent than severe sick and Fancy Glass a SIX MONTHS after date I will present ac
my
I against gambling. This noves the HIGHLAND NEWS ne>s. The JOUD-J nioihcr >ividly remem- Specialty.CHARLESTON and \onchers to the Hon. Win F.
: l hers that itvns Cliatnherlain's, Malphurs county Judge in and for the county
?; r..r D es.Umon to the that Cough S. C.U. of Bradford and State of Florida. \
admii
suggestion Hev. Wilson held services the ChapelS Remedy cured her uf cioup. atid in turn -_. .- LOT for the state of Frank Summeis as deceased Itru-

be must have been on hisjjlast} quarter morning anil evening. They administers ii to her own offspring and for final settlement and ask for a final discharge,

7 '. but the majority Af euchredevotees were both impressive as usual. lIe is i: Starke always Drug. illi t the t/lI hCOIt PII'IIY.results. For 6ile: by ,. D. MINER from-June__said 2, 6m administration. It..Administrator.W__TURNER._ _

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will hold to the I Belief that accompanied by his son Luther who I is t

he. was full. on his way in n college in North Carolina. Notice.

1 lIe experts 'o be absent two years. :To Watchmaker and SIX months Judge after of date Bradford I shall npply to ire
Restorehair county for a
Irt many counties of *his elate Dr. Tale Lowell, of Stirke, paid n final! ..Ii..chareas executor of the f'tat.of
John
Matthews deceased. late of Brad
short visit for
Adhere only' one newspaper i is put I. to our village last week. which county, for a final discharge of said estate.
The Mis** Cook left on the 8th for ROLAND THOMAS.
: lished the coanty commissiynrrs i an: has become thin .Jeweler September, 1893. Executor.
i pay extended trip North, expecting to I leab ,
: from (100 to.$200 a year: for the sent for several and the
months. keep YOPK
scalp J. WISS & SONS' I 1\ffW CHARLESTON D)

publication of' their pro cl'dingl4. O. C. Plummer dispenses justice in his clean and healthy, useAVER'S Starke Fla. PRACTICAL ANJ( FLORIDA LINES-

The TELEVBAPU publishes the min office formerly his store room. V

sites of both the school bard and I Mrs. Jennie Pndgetl bus been quite ORANGE CLIPPER The )Ianfioiit Steam hitJs. ...r- .Ioi.." i.,.nn. ..u..C. "__ . to. san., as IOUU"a_it__.., 4
-- lpolntt'lJ
:, the county commissioners; free-a disabled with an accident to her hand. Largest Assortment of Length,7K Inches. I calling at (htrle: ton, S. C., both ways: '
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kind of a work of love, as. it were _--. C. From New (STANDARD TIMEJ8TKAT1KM .
York
.. A New VIGOR Watches Clocks and ,
--- Joke HAIR (I'1er29E.ft.) Frum 3aikI qJ ,

1.1 A COLO NT of MasMclntsct{" people On the liver. When it is out of order Tuesday Aus. 29. at 3 00 p in.. .... Florida. ."
will and feel blue. try a few doses of Beggs It prevents the hair Jewelry Fri.lay Sept... I, at 3 CO pm.... CHEROKEE .......Sundt.y Sept. 3.atW8 & ii'
test Tuesday .
Bellamy's idea as expressed Little Giant Pills. Your liver \,111Hpprcc'ale Friday. 5. at i (00 p m... ...U.OOSQUIS MJomXULE ......Thursday Sept. 8, at l > pm10at t;
: in *'Ixx falling out .. 8. at 300 pm.... .. ....Sunday : 400anHat -
>king Backward. the joke. So Tuesday CHEROKEE..
1Jzey will will you. For I These Clippers are made of the very finest mate- .. 12. at 3 ro p m....... ....1.h- clay. 800 a m17.atlOW
r ; locate in the Cherokee StriplanJ; sales by Starke Drug.Company. .or turning gray.. Special of attention Clock, given incl to Watches.the repairing be rial.l'e fully&'warranted. and any found defective will Tuesday. .. 19.15.At at 300 P m.......ALUONQUlN.EIlN LE ...Sunday : .at1 2Friday. ao a p.DI I.

f .. dude outsiders from the purchase Colorado is to have tin elghiy-iix-inlle The best Good work'l.iiie at reasonable: intes.G. than made The last blades season.are slightly It U the curved only with practical edges Clipper stlffer Frida)'. :: 2tI.r.l,at at 5siSssx| ::: :::: ; ". 24.ax at at 3 6 ao 00 a p.DI "
and Indorsed
of lands in ,the town. '1'hhe htmdretl irrigation C lllil. ---.- _. _. -- -- Sold by the Hardware by all and who Supply have used Trade.them. Frldny 20. at 300 p m.::... .. CHEROKEE.... .... SUDdtty. Oct.. lat 00 aTuesday ID _
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DressingTHE W. Young I J. WISS & SONS Newark N. J., Manufacturer ...Thursdar. 5. at 1 30 pili "

are Jicw enlisted, nttl it. is Guaranteed Cure. l" ._, .-. 'gt
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stated'that the We authorize our advertised druggist ",< ST. JOHNS R"rVE
cooking for the entire to lieU Dr. King'* New Discovery lor GENERAL BLACKSMITH W. L DOUGLAS LINE I

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populace I will 1 l be done I \in one Consumption, Coughs and Colds upon MUSIC HOUSE OF "- For Sanford ,
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FLORIDA. .
this 83 SHOE Enterprise
t Krctt kitchen \vhlle \till dine I condition. If von Are afflicted with i AND-j NJP. and Intermediate Points ou the St.
they a cough, ooltl :).
or nny Lung, Throat I Do
or -- yon wear them? When next In Johns
: need River. '
try pair.
a la Bellamy-all at the Chest tl''OIIbland will use this .
saind table. remedy I Manier WOOD-WORKER( ) I Bestinthoworid. ft
as directed Lane & Co.
,giving it A fair trial and experience Steamers
Tlieie will be a "nieKs1 hall Jor you. no bedetit you may return the $$.OQsaoD arc appointed to sail: as follow:

.---- l bottle mid have your money refunded.I (SUCCt'sslr in A. B. ('atmpbehl.We i. IlIe'H't'llllt hit pM l I lihshop. where he Steamer 0__ -1

i, IT'S A cold day when) Florida We could not make this often did we not .I prcnunil t.1 m.ikr e.r'n-pair nil kinds of 4.0D .2.SI.. "EYEfljI441jE".g'0.....'O' __. '

H newspapers know that Dr. King's New Discovery II'I will sell and deliver fir sklssiI at your n"arst station in-ii. (lin \\ooil-\\oik.. lIe will make .3.5D .z.I '' Thursdays FROM: JACKBONVILLE-Tuesda,, .1. t taW. g""
and
4 can't find something ti> could be relied on. It iievir .wa Mondays atSftiV at'5KX Sanlorf .L.

: tel over The latest bone *>f quar.. Trial tattles free at Starke diSIPPOin1tt.1 Pianos and 3nn a wg 'n or tt ;pair; Jour coffucpot; '2.50 t2.DD 'I' General Pato I | JP turdays ) p' m'; return'D.. leaT 1'
contcntion drug 8tore and I OrgansFor
::3 John A. make 3 on a plow nr rrpnir 'I.lIr l buggy: I '2.2S 31. .
is "Florida day at tlxp fair. llutler. I.argeaIzeWcaudI. 2 bli M3 our hors or 84-11 3-011 Chicago roa.1.75 I U. (.LTD .- "cr amI Tidict Ofllcc, 88 W.. Bay l D t., Jacksonville.P.M. ..It

.The governor proclaimed SejiembcrJStb Michigan leads in .the iron ore I I We For guarantee' money liiKirunifiits than any bouse to be tut In rrpm-r the State.. to). ,\" 1u1114'r. -. '2.00 .' aoys J : 4 'r. "I". F. M. hioiouR. J J. Fla.I 1 1& ..Agt..FIS.I .
.71
produc fDll -
t r I as the day and one section of tion. .I man We will or woman ship A on fmoo trial. or and Onran if not to satf'factory Any lirmest XuIr.. F.irnuT it will pay you to 1ft I wliug Green. New Y 01 k. ,. 813 \\ cst Buy SL. Ja-k5onviUe. :i

vrw will pay freight both fintl out :111)] iilxini _. En. '1'. )1- 1.r\O L Ilow'I'D, Flit Frei"bttt ,
: the state press held to limit date Baggage Smashing I I wars. this \\iiilmil.! m it can 1k New Font LaUf" tt.. S1ct1'll'. Fla. .
II tiVI for 'lial 1 __ .ng Green. York. ; .
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while another contends. with] equal should be a crime. It nettles the best Cash or'on Installment.Sheet ally pnrp."c W'lltT jhYrCII i.. Agetil. .J'A. Lt.'J.n. 3npeniutefleflt.
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IK.put In.'h.'n in U Fla.
natured man to see his J/Oll arc town Ifyoatnnt tffna DRESS SKO& laThs 0 JacktiV'l ,
SI.
baggage handled. New o'ut Lauri ,
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persistency that October 9th? is the It sours the sweetest temperament and Accordeona Music and Striu in 'tact Violins.every Banjos.Musical Guitars lustrument call mid learn nil ,al.t1Il\ .I it. It iloes not rtylej don't pal$6 to$8 try my$3 _._:, ___n_._, "or"y. ', _

I: day. September 13th is noy past sends a chill down the back every time. I! from Jews' Harp to.Grand Piano. take n wagon loud.of nnnt-y l
mad For such a sensation punish the baggage 60,000 pieces choice music at ten cents per wear IS. |tfyoii wish to econom' Antwe i vlnwarcAv.!. PbiUimiuii. Bowling Green. New YorK.PO.andSec .
we hope devoutly that Chicago. one, hut M bigVpofket, full 5
) smasher and take Simmons Liver Regula copy or IS copies for$1.00. 1 wrrlh 1*- ,. to do_so by purctalaff W. L. Douriat I _- -
jini enjoyed a real tor. It will soothe ., Any sheet music published at 23 to 50 per you. '.$& price stamped the
., Florida Ay for the agitated feelings cent below publishers'prices. } 01 bottom look for rr jhe B -

-- ( ".t it was delightful wi here. ] I I chough keep down to stand the bile and for make yon vigorous 1,I ty Send for free Catalogue. GEO W. YOUNG, W.LD011OL&.8.' ,Amef? .S! -. I n.J' Lodge No. 10.DtluK I o. o.cnI"Y F.-Rf'CUlar TUf'la1
up HODGES l Illtl l
your.. rights. Jacksonville Florida. | RaMMTliI"f G b'\lI. TraD-
:_. ,. Starke, Fin.a. :.. th bird night 10 their O'fnUall1
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P- "f .. 1, .. .. I:I Dr. E. L. !Stewart: made the "Province r A FINE RICE FARM.A .
HAPPENINGS IN THE CITY. I
Jy of Oealy" a visit during the week. : Pleaaant Drive-to Sampson Late I I. C. WEBB'S LIVERY STABLES.

r. y T. A. KNIGHT At n meeting of the council Tuesday Some Splendid Orange Grove.

'- "Yz Local Items Picked Up Here night the night officer was removed from In the agricultural line nothing couldbe (Opposite Moitt's Blicksmiti Shop. -


: Gone to New York. and There.ABOUT I the police force. acre imagined lice farm more of Col.beautiful C. L.than Peek the, situated 12-- I Will Not be Underbid on Turnouts of Any Kind !

The S. L. I. A. will meet at the resi- on the south shores of Sampson lake,

t. ; dence ot Mrs. I. C. Webb next Monday seven miles south. -west of this city.
PEOPLE YOU KNOW. GIVE ME A TRIAL.Any .
i, afternoon at 4 o'clock. This farm is located on some of the rich

Vti muck lands re-claimed by the Florida!
". Matters that Have Occurred or Air. J. G. Alvarez: and son, Claud nnd Muck Land company which corporation, Kind of Wood Delivered toADY Part of the City.' 1.esTeYour ,

""" Will Occur in the Near Future Mrs. M. E. Weeks and daughter Miss by a series of canals succeeded a. few Order for Your Winter Supply*

r. Jessie left Thursday, via the F. C, & P.
-Kpito me of a Week's years ago in re-claiming several thousandacres
rr Happenings in Starke. and Clyde Line for New York. of the finest farming hinds in this or

". any other state. For Dry Goods Gents' FurnishingsAND
.J.". : Y Dr. A. L. !Scott: has the thanks of the ,
': r This is September the middlelh. The rows are planted so closely that
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'4" TELEGRAPH for some delicious Japan
, : l standing on the side of the "green sea"
The doctor has of the -- -
persimmons one
.. .. Buy your shoes from N. J. Jones one would think that it was broad-catted
prettiest places iu this section an'. takes
: t as in planting oats.
Examine the date' the of great pride in fruit culture. GENERAL MERCHANDISE
1i on margin your Good judges IIf dice estimate that Colonel -

,. paper. The TELEGRAPH failed to mention the Peek will get at least a. thousand

.'. F- 1) I return of Mr. G. B. Campbell from his bushels from his twelve acres. This I -CALL ON-
.,t'.- Mr. L, C. Hull returned Monday from
old home at Winchester, 111. The northern means a bank account of at least $750. j.
.. Chicago.Dr. I
.1 : climate did not agree with Mr. Campbell For the cultivation of the crop he has expended -

:: Y, E. A. Todd, of Law tey, was in the I I and he hastened back to his Florida.' ICO. This is very good interest. !i'' R wee

: city Tuesday.Mr. : home before taking a look at the great on the capital invested.Adjoining _
1
:
.j fair. the rice Col. Peek has one ,

tit tis i J. J. Burton, of Gainesville was in of the prettiest pear nurseries in Florida.In -AT-
The number of tile Monthly
.. the city last Saturday.One August another corner he is experimentingwith
i Bulletin gives the following report of the THE RED STORE ON THE CORNER
-
.. corn and cotton. Both have proved
jffi'fl fl million strawberry plants for sale. crops of Bradford coudty: The weather
: ,
successes. The corn hits two or three good
.. r'.....', I R. Puddy, Lnwtey, Fla. has been good for all farm work and ears to the stalk and the cotton is heavy B Steam-Cooked Cow Feed a Spec ILy. "
crops are looking well much better than
t 1, Mr. F. R. Morgan left Thursday via last year. Grape fruit will always yield fruited. These experiments prove the
1r lands to be adapted to all kind of crops.A .
r the Clyde line for New York.A well. The rice, corn and cotton crops are >
little examination as to the depth of
+ 1J7 fur superior to last year; though some
r r the soil shows that ten teet of the solid .-
r full line of Coffins. Caskets and Un-I I rust is reported in scattering localities, no I
Special Column. A PECULIAR-. WILL. dertakers' Goods at N. J. Jones'. material harm ie anticipated. J I muck underlies the surface, and it. is little .

I N. O. Waller Wills Ilia Body to I I wonder that. such magnificent vegetation ,
rJAdvertisements inserted In this column nt
Dr. G..klne-Some Corrections.: Misses Maud Baisden and Gertie Mea- should follow a little labor bestowed .. ',
' ". 5 cents per line (seven words) for each Messrs. B. D. and C. ). Hiers:: who have f. : ; ..

? insertion. It will be remembered by readers of the chnm are visiting friends at WuldoMr. I held responsible! positions in the extensive upon it. : -

TELEGRAPH that Mr. N. 0. Waller, postmaster wholesale and retail house of E. W. Agnew On the drive between this city and ._ '';_... ..,'d. t' +,: ,

' I. Friend, you need something for at Waller Clay county, gave his Julius Kachelhofer arrived in the & Co Ocala for the past six or Sampson lake are situated some of the .,;,;:::.+'$ ,. ,...,,

c' .*l that' tired feeling. Come and get I I.i. j body to Dr. Gaskins some weeks ago in city Monday from Butte City. Mont.If \ seven years, passed through Starke Saturday finest, most thrifty orange groves in Flor ., .' ..

.j.i., oar Magic 1'onic.Ve fully guarantee i.i this city. The TELEGRAPH contained l an en route to their old home near ida. The writer has seen the best of the :

- y it. Starke Drug Company. account of the rather uncommon occur- lic in you Bradford want to reach county the, advertise purchasing in pub-the Worthington Springs, wheic they will South Florida groves; none of which excel KEEP AN *9K ON THIS

i *j For the beat ice cold drinks go to cnce. and Mr. Waller, being a reader of TELEGRAPH. recuperate for a mouth before engaging the 40-ncre grove owned by Mrs. E. Strong. _

r Y Meauham's opposite -ofice. the newspapers, read it. Inasmuch as the in business for themselves. Their ]long Very little fertilizer is used on these

,, t post article read somewhat as though he was A full attendance of the members of connection with the above firm has given groves, and the trees have the finest color,

.. :" Fresh Garden Seeds of all kinds in unbalanced mentally he called Monday at the Baptist !Sunday: school is requested them wide experience in the mercantile while the fruit is perfectly formed and SPACE !

;" I bulk. :Starke Drug Co. this office to be set right before the for next. Sunday. business, and now that they have decided free from rust.

I j ,. .. h- .. public. to go in on their own hook, success is Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Truby Sternburg & Co.'s Ad. Will Occupy It ItetiWut:

1",;S p.# ,. 'i For Sale-A few thousand straw- The TELEGRAPH stated that domestic Miss Jessie .Jones, one of Tampa's rei n- bound to crown their efforts. Their many The best salve in the, world for cuts, ,

; I ;;: J berry plants of a superior variety. infelicity was the cause of his unhappy log belles, visited friends in the city a few friends in Siarke and other portions of bruises, sores ulcers, salt nieinn, fever' -.':.;'' a

t? ; $1.00 per thousand. D. Q. Cole. frame of mind. Mr. Waller says that days of the past week. this county ate proud of the record these sores, tetter chapped hands chilblains,
. corns, and all km eruptions, and positively -
' t y while the statement of his unhappy marriage I I ;young men have made in business circles. required. It
. cures pl 's or uo pay
.
t'::, ; Ice! Ice!! Icel!!! Morgan Bros'. is true the casting off cf his family Messrs. W. F. Hall and J. B. Harlcss, I is guaranteed to give terf satisfaction .

; I ice depot. ties has not in the least disturbed his of Fernandina, paid the TELEGRAPH aI I WHISTLE AND A TWIST.A or money refunded. Price 25 cents per # ---' .
I I box. For sale by StarKe Drug Co., und
.;..;. mind. That when ho had lost confidencein pleasant call Saturday. 1. Boy Whl.tle., A Young 'Man John A. King, Laku Butler. .v....: .
} The World's Fair I I ,
his companion he played quits, and the Twists and the Mayor Does "
\ Arc those who use Beggs'Blood Purifier. Some repairs arc being made on the'
buried in the the Rest.
little drama was past.
< It purifies the blood makes the skin clear I side walk which leads from Hodges' blockto '.
:: v} and the completion beautiful. Try a I The TELEGRAPH also stated that his the Christian church. There was a question in the minds of TO YOUR INTEREST 1 II

; bottle and. note its wonderful effects. home was in a remote corner of Clay coun- those present at the mayor's court Wed-

I" \ V Sold and guaranteed by Starke Drug Com- Here he we were in error againas morniug as to whether the boy
ty. says If the hair: hf.s been made to grow a natural nesday will! be in the Xew Riyer country ..
: : pany. Waller is very near the geographicalcentre color on bald heads in thousands of bringing the charge or they young man for ,the next few weeks and will

it Rousevilie has a 7-year-old telegrapher of the county and on the public cases, by using Hall's Hair Renewer. why "charged" should be fined The mayor, be prepared to repair stoves and
a V Etoniah scrub and will it. not in your case? the BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL.
J. road leading from however, settled the matter by fining ranges, making them as good as
The have Dr. Powell'sNever
following parties
Middleburg. young man. All work i is Can
It Fall Cure for sale Every bottle is The TELEGRAPH is read by two thousand new. guaranteed.
: ; warranted : J. L, Gaskins, SUrlte Drug Along with other business that :Mr. week. Advertise in its As the case grew out of a practice too refer to some of the best citizens of
,k i Company, Starke; G. S. Roach & Co., Waller came to Starke to transact Monday people every freely indulged in by the "kids" of the Starke., Prices moderate.

r'jP. H. C. Parker &; Bro., New River ; G. S. was the drawing of his will bequeathing columns and get a share of their patronage to Am. the TELEGRAPH may be pardoned J. C. FUDGE. Fall Term Monday Sept. I Ifth 1893 and CM-

,, Young, Hampton ; T. R. Sweat, Sinker- his body and enough of his property by its readers for giving space to a short Opens
J town Harvey Jnrrett. Lakeside ; R. W.
Jones;, LaCrosse ; Luke Drawdey. Pin- to embalm it, to Dr. J. L Gaskins. The Letters from Messrs. Jones, Knight and account of the affair and venturing a few CITY MARKET. tinues 15 Weeb.

1 Hill ; Henry Driggers. Worthington ; N. will was executed betore Judge Malphurs Hoffman, who sailed last week for New comments.To "

I G. MliellN. L Blair Blair P.John 0; A.i It. and the'executors appointed.Mr. fork, state that they arrived in New York begin with we must. state that the Spring Term Opens Jan. 1st 1894,. and Cages 24

, D J L. Jones Terpentine Camp ; Waller stated to this writer that he safely after a smooth and pleasant voy- boys about town have a way of whistling
< King, Lake Butler ; 8. J. Prescott SampJ Weeks.FACULTY.
son ; O. H. Houghton, Middleburg; had always entertained a dread of being age. at passers. We would not hazard a .

I Odom Bros., Providence ; W. T. Bynum, buried and this had led to his transactionwith discription of the tune or racket; suffice h i

i u Fort white ; Henry &; Wilson. Drew ; Dr. Onskins. A matter that at once One of the most comfortable five-room to say that it was composed and first .

,t- f High Springs Medicine Co., High Springs. established Mr. Waller's soundness of houses, surrounded by: the prettiest flower warbled by a bird of-no not paradise G'W9:

rr A London room- is papered with stamps. 1 mind with the writer was the courteous garden in Starke, can be bought- for $1- and is very annoying to those whom the ,. LITER.\KY-Fa W.iris W., Irene McDonald McDonald.Prin.; John D.'Alderman, Held

$ manner in which he asked for the above 5(1(). For further particulars audress: this boys apply it... ;)

r The Great Southern Remedy. I correction. He didn't swell up as if he office. The boy in question had persistently I MUSIC-To be Elected.

4 People should not toe deceived into payI would encompass the office-piess, devil given it and all the variatious to the young I SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, ETC-To be Elected.,
j log money for trashy mixtures cotton up There is only one way by which the .
r to sell. Botanic Blood Balm, (B. B. B.) and all-but extended his hand and after people in this county who buy goods cane man until he had grown sea-sick.! He EXPENSES. -
: which has been made in Atlanta for the a few pleasant. general remarks announced asked the buy on several occasions: to un-
> reached. Plant advertisement iahe ". -
your
past fifteen years, never building fails to give tonic satisfaction and- his mission, aDd pointed out the errors. TKLEQHAPU and watch your sales pucker and quit, but the villam still pur- P Board in good families.'$10 per month. Tuition in Literary. Department _

blood as a superior It is made from up the prescription lie gets the correction and with it the TEL I sued. Tuesday morning during a particularly from f 1.50 to $3.50 per month. .

r f purifiier.of an eminent physician.! The EGRAPH'S best wishes for many pleasant increase. lively rendition of the inspiringnotes G. O. CHAIRES, Tuition to students\ .iu Bradford County for the Spring Term

ip bottle is large and the dose small. See years before entering the doctor's ghoulish: Mention was made a short time ago in the young man seized the boy and free.Tuition m other departments will reasonable.
I f that which -DKALEH L'I- !
and
"tbeir advertisements buy closet. these colums of an ladder inventedby gave his arm a twist, warning: him to let
I I t U thoroughly endorsed thousands of orange that be the last. offense. The boy reported .- Fresh Beef Mutton Pork and
grateful patients whom it has cured. A A. B. C. Mr. John Powell. Mr. Powell says .
I trial bottle will test its merits Asthma Bronchitis, aud Consumptionresult that lie has already made some sales topeople to his mother, the mother reported to Poultry.CALL .
Y. from a neglected cough or cold.Don't. who read the notice. the mayor, the mayor reported to the mar- Starke is High and dry and the healthiest towtiia the State.
.fy A tobacco plant produces 300,000 seeds. neglect but cure promptly with a shal and tho young man-reported at the STREET, STARKE, FLA. 'E1 '> .

f few doses of Beggs' Cherry Cough Syrup. The High school opened Monday with mayor's court Wednesday morning. Three PROFESSIONAL.w ii Correspondence Solicited. Call on,-or writer
Those Wondefrful Giants In Town Sold by iStarke Drug Company. N VXVy rfXXNNy -
f about scholars. New ones have been and explains the remaining '
dollars trimmings
fifty STEWART, H. D."
Starke .
If you wish to see them call on EL. W. W. IeDONALJ'Prla.
}' 1. Drug; Company.and ask for Beggs' Little Grand and Petit Juror. dropping in during the week and Professor chapter of the story. ,

-. .' Giant Pills. Every bottle guaranteed. The following names have been drawn McDonald expects to have seventy- Now the question as 19 which of PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Or F. R. MORGAN, Sec. Board Trustees..

for grand and petit jurors of the full term five names enrolled by next. Monday.No the two-the young man or the bOywasthe Office with Starke Drug Co.
Geoi la's melon is worth $2 )..OOO.t' J
crop arises here.
! .< : of the circuit court. Under the new law without box greater transgressor just STABKE. FLA.
should travel a
1 Chamberlain's Bye and Skin Olnt the judge will draw eighteen from these of Ayer's person Pills. As a safe and speedy "Fighting" was the charge brought & WILLS.! ?
r 4. f inert.t thirty names for the prand jury and the remedy for constipation and all irregularities against the young man. and no'one will POWELL ; :

,. A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes twelve will ronsJltute the petit of the stomach and bowels, they haveno imagine that a grown young man could .
Tetter. Shit Rheum. Scald Head Old remaining Tale Powell. M. D., and J. C. Wills HODGES & ALVAREZ
I" Y. and, being skillfully sugar- eleven On
of
I equal ten or summers.
fight a boy : servicesto
:j- Chronic !::5 lrcs. Fever Sow, Eczema itch Jury: coated, are pleasant to take, and long retain M. D., tender their professional ,
G the other hand the boy was undoubtedly the citizeus of Starke and surrounding .
.;, Prairie Saatcla-s. Sole Nipples and D H Delk. J R Nettles. N D Wynn. their virtues.
r Piles. It is I cxxiling and sixithiuR Hundreds F McLeod C W Douglass, J II Ritch. guilty of listurbin the peace of a citizen.Of country. 'tiMs promptly attended. DEALERS IN- --
I IIf cases: have been cured by it after Gatlin F R course no one' will doubt. that.. the Office at Dr. .1. L. Ga kins' Drug Store.JL. .
4 all other treatment had failed. 25: ctnfo Joseph >essnTtivAaron! !Some: enterprising mat is-maker has
J per box. For sale by the Slurkr DrugCompany. Morgan, -J J JoncsN J lx> He should have reported him to his Goods r
i Stafford, Augustus Raue J5 Sternburg in this city between now and y. Dry
T A Moore, J W WillianE D W Penholster. Thanksgiving day.: The ministers and parculs. But the mayor's medicine seems ATT'Y. AND COUNSELLOR ,

.. "" t W S Croft, Marto ohns. Charles will have quite a harvestIf a little too strong for,the disease. LAW. -
the judge
F,,11;; i' Phillips James Under A J Smith county correctNobody We would suggest that the council: pass IliK>m No. I, Jones' Block,
these figures are Shoes .
"
Vt FLA. Boots
the "whistle" and STABKE. -
: J J Hutson. Daniel Fu Summers, au ordinance against
r board of health ,
;: F M Gay, 1 C Webb'+, Eli tch, D, J can deny that Hoffman Bros. further against that the the importation of anything quarantine F.J.. FIELDS,

......... Shaw, J H PrcvatU have built up an enviable business reputation similar. '
. :. and Hits
,; A Leader. during the five months they have The boys are no respcctors of persons. BRICK .MASON AND PLAS .

Since its first introductigl rig been. ess here" Hoffman Bros. They whistle with the same impish gleeat TERER.STARKE. .
4 \
J Bitters has gained rnj* fe o: that. ink brought a stranger an aced gentleman, or a FLORIDA.
in the printers's -
lady as FOR-
company gentleman accompanied by a they -HEADQUARTERS
1: f favor, until nowUtofgSfc med and alters\' Thursday -hem. 'f hey have the goods would at. one of their companions. To Agent for Camp Bro. Brick.
among pare r ilnjc which permit the least it. is extremely provokingand "
Baking'yr dvesoontsl ustotn say .
or intoxicant I uffeent either COMER L PEEK
should be stopped by parentsor
its urea best and LAW and NOTAB
pl ATTORNET-AT-
P svzerz reuogis : nien4ofs civet/ Ives to from dyspepsia have only the mayor. -a8d- GENTS'fURNI8J1IN.
ire f Yt Kill c 1ter+da blame if they fail to test
d melgeat a Nja r A Puzzle i Fire Insurance. ...
k
oo;a I curative qualities of Ayersttrifymg
oD, con a t on gatrin e the blood, this To many ladies: is how to keep their Reprceents LIVERPOOL&LONDON&GLOBE1
: Purer front t the mgr PROVIDENCE GREENWICH Call Street
ant h each 'e only Ii0 oertw' t y $ e, ns eyciy organ of the bait in curl on rainy ds. The solution SECURITY, and HARTFORD Fire Insurance ,
t A cream of tartar baking powder, 1TJgtw r ire lk u s and J' Is ec C d most abused stomach is easy. Ask !Starke: Drug Company for Companies. Choice Iota of Land in town. an"
,
,: : } alli lea* nlBc streagth.-Latest U S B0 ,bIt utlern 2.A vlgef_ o.? sitfect health and I Nonpareil Hair Curler and the puzzle. county for sale. STAR X E7 FI ORID.A.-

1' Uat.Fbod Report Y.f KinK, Ss will be solved. STARE FLORIDA _
fI
BOTAL BlXINO Powoas CO. I .

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ir l ;,. *nape areD: : :consideration tlie ,
.COnti_ 'e ci igita I :"" :;.( ..;. DAT:; There were*not <.,. _.;v."_. y "' \' "
\ > .. : ;;r'>,.. P .... TwiHTY-SncTH :i "There is much talk nowadays, .
actioitt. "the, ciJ. "; ,- 444.4'_>t'r -;. ,more.than.**hundred members present -, ": -::- <'''' ,! '' } said a trained nurse recently, "about

f1.t zt! T'_ Congress at at the recent. An -. ; Rontifte or' Both; 'Hops when the house was called. to order AffairS of Government t, and Rcntine ofNotes The VDeninfs of a Bay Ctonicffte surgical cleanliness, but it seems to be "'
the Mr. Talbert
,Hague. They, Wednesday morning.* confined to the hospitals. The "

; ... ed themselves in favor of.themodera Bric f'Ep1EOeL pf Soutk'Car lins. asked, leare to 'introduce 'tl e:H use and Scn to'DtuseL Brief and Concise Parartis entirely average woman, even the average intelligent 'i.

j i. use of alcohol. 11 'a, bill for the enlargement of woman, does not appear to f

*fi the volume of the ,currency. Mr. realize that she of right ..
can use some
i THE insurance >> the WJ'eCked. I Belnf Done to Allay Finani. The of Interest Concerning the People And Containing tie Gist of the Kewi .
on objected.
.
i :' ;a, .. ; Brosius, Pennsylrania, in her own home, and particularly in -..
r.:; II -er.Oij :: t ,SavannaJ 'amomd' Depression and''Bring Relief.DAT. house then resumed',consideration of and Their General Welfare. From All Parts of the World. the sickroom of her home if that apartment '
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: *2W 000-ff which I the .?
8150,000"u on the new code of rules, pending comes into existence.: /
i: 'Teasel and $50,000.on'. the cargo. -- questionbeing the 'Kyle amendment, f ;.
"I have been a surgical %
nursing recently
, $-.. .., $20,000?of the insurance on the y e : .-In the senate, striking from the rules the clause When the senate adjourned Saturday Dr. J. A. Dunwoody, Saturday filed where wound was -- --
ia with afternoon it was a .week nearer his report on his action as health officer case an open .
American companies, the".* ,. a resolution...for ,the daily making.one hundred members a.quorum under treatment. Temporarily need
anoe of xfskOjeing held the 11 of the whole. Mr. the repeal of the Sherman law. But of Brunswick in the Branham fever J4
in o of senate at m.'was in committee I asked forame )
t ing softening ointment '
e_.*3'a_V.-- f .- f : by Voorhees,who said he would Kyle's motion was agreed to, 118 to nothing happened during the week to case and also, his resignation as health a and had brought to,me an uncov- ?
The Death U.I indicate when a vote will be taken. officer. Dr. Dunwoody exonerates KNOWLEDGEBrings
I I. Largely An
S Swelled up for actionWednesd y. ex 61. ered box of vaseline thick with dust, '
Br persons care-low of imperil The chief talk outside of the speecheson City Physician Branham from blamein ,
health Mr.
consid-
bill was introduced by TWENTY-SEVENTH DAT.-The which I told would not do harm, and
4"' ,0pob. pooh!" their minor ailments the floor has been with reference to bringing Surgeon Branham to was any I comfort and improvement
for the creation of a department rules continued in '
; tng eration of the were as it was dust. The enjoyment
orPTeten41ng Brunswick.A merey''nir to personal
to".belleve..th&t t1ature the compromise. tends
.( e1Iect, k c1 an :"''''S' ture dOe"et'fect'1l' :ch ; the construction of a the house Thursday. speaker suppose, by this thatit rightly used. The many, who live bet.tet .
-i', but It la la the wrong direction. !She 'of scientific learning in the TWENTY-EIGIHTH DAY.-Though the Senator Peffer has presented 1 a petition London dispatch of Saturday was the dust that had gathered by cfian others and enjoy life more,with

: 'omit.avenges It you a dillreg-srd are at aU of unwelL her appeals., of Columbia, the appropria- house was not in session'Friday there in the senate from citizens of says: Among the subjects scheduledfor exposure to the air rather than under less by more promptly

, by t11e aid'of UOi etter' Stomach to i .' $20,000,000 for the purpose, was a large gathering of representatives Kansas in the form of a resolution providing consideration at the International the active operation of sweeping, hut expnditur best products

b igna1.:. ty,remedy malaria tordr..pep .. nervoaane .'" further appropriation of$800- discussing the merits of the proposed for the issue of treasury notesto Medical: Congress called to assemble in that it was fairly criminal to have any the needs of physical being, will attest

4 11 rheumatism i. ,ii, 'biliousness..I in r _,tho interest, of which is to amendment.. A number of those be loaned the different states according Home next.month, but the postponement dust on a remedial agent shehad} not the value to health the pure liquid

W ooda 4Il1d" 1cos- 4outl&h' lIa:"; the- drreat fund for the-. "upport of the who voted1 for" unconditional repeal to demand at interest, not exceeding .of which to next: April has just the slightest idea. I I. laxative: principles embraced in' the

$ dullest5 1im88- --, ,_'f._ _..;_" ._:'., :,.:. It also pro\ideH that all edu- say that.they are ready to vote for Mr. one per cent to be distributed been announced, was the cure for consumption "It is this thoughtless ignorancethat reme of Fig

For D8pp: t&, Iadi wtlon S S institutions and other matters Faulkner's pan is accepted by the among the people of the states and to discovered by Dr. Amick, of often makes the medicine Its excellence: is its presenting m..

dLordercis1' Browrn'a*Iron Bitter and -the to public instruction shall senate. be legal tender for all public and pri- the United States and which is attracting chest a direct ,hourelll, I have in the form most acceptable and and plea truly .

the Tonic.mU8CI H -uiiUd"'Ai 1IJ\"ridul$th9 Blood Jbd1clnl\and. { the supervision of the_ secre-, TWE 'TY.NTh'TH DAY.-The speaker vate debts. i great attention in Englandand thought seriously that a few lessons ant to the taste, the of a perfect laxative :

and debiJtat _' education. The bill was re called slim house to order Sat Innumerable received at continental countries.A that beneficial properties
:
pebor-:_ ': a very dispatches upon family surgery, particularly effectually cleansing the system,
S The dollar*,--- rj. 1, to the committee, on the Dis urday, and it was a very languid one, Washington indicate that a general resumption dispatch of Saturday from Arkansas branch of it which.teaches absoluteand dispelling; colds, headaches and fever 5.1

Bet round. belnj already circular. Columbia. A concurrent res with no marked desire to transact of business in the manufact- City, Kas., says: The secretaryof chemical cleanliness, would not bea and permanently curing constipation.It .

for the appointment of a joint business. The only action worth uring plants in the north and west has the interior is reported to have discovered bad thing to include in the curricu- has given satisfaction to millions and

"'t- ; How'a< TaII to onsider the question of mentioning was a report from the begun or is in preparation. This is too late for the informationto lum of girls' colleges and schools."- met with the approval of the medical

t W.Oeeflnhdred Dollar* '&'& ,'seven senators and seven rep- committee on elections, by Mr. Paynter particularly marked in the cotton fac- be of practical value, that the arrangements New York Times. profession, because it acts onthe, Kidneys -

I S fcnycaae-of UaliV: Catarrh Catarrh Cure.that cannot bit crowd was introduced by Mr. of a resolution granting the rightto tory section of New England and iron for the grand rush in the and Bowels without>eak-

- -_ F.J.CH F.I'UY' &Co.,Props.Toledo : and went over till Wednes- Mr. Belknap-claiming a seat from working plants in Pennsylvania and Cherokee strip are without warrant of Women. ening them and i is perfectly free from
we,the undersigned.; Lava known F.J. The speech began Monday by the fifth district-to file a also in miscellaneous indus- law. Commissioner Lomoreaux the Swing substance.
ftey for the last 15:\years,'- nd believe him Michigan Ohio, I every objectionbe .
tectlj-honorable In all business was concluded by him, and notice of contest against Mr. Rich- tries of Philadelphia and New York.I I land officer, admits the preemptionlaws People who are old enough to remember Syrup i for sale byal druggists 7

and tlon made flnanoKlly by their abl flrm.. to carry. out any was addressed on the silver ardson, the sitting member; Mr. By direction of the secretary of war, are repealed and that the entries the advent of the sewing ma- in 50c and $1 bottles, Fig Syrup manufactured -

WZST&TRDAX, Wholesale. Drugslsts To by Mr. Stewart. Paynter said that this was the unani- three hundred tents have should be made under homestead law chine cannot have forgotten the fears by the California

WAtDi Ohio.. KurcAw ". DAY.-In the senate, of the committee, and hospital only. entertained conservative Co.only,whose name is printed every '
& MARTUT, ; mous report been sent from quartermaster's depart- by many also the name, Syrup of
Drnegl8t,Toledo;Ohio. morning, a bill was intro- .the resolution adopted without that the novel invention would package, Fig
Ua' was ment at St. Louis to the people left Savannah wired Brunswick Satur- persona informed
, 1'a Catarrh} Cure Is taken Internally, and being well you wi
and referred to
Ing directly; upon the bloo.1 and;mucous by Mr. Cullom objection. The speaker then called homeless through the ravages of the day that she had raised the quaran put seamtresses out of fashion. The substitute offered.

-S r bT aces alt Cf DrLg Lbuyat.em. 'TUUOfl1&I: !"rioo,75c per tree.bOttlO. : e committee for the repeal the committees for reports, but the great; hurricane on the South Carolina tine. Brunswickinns are grateful thata first thought of inexperience on seeIng accept any i _

: acts for the creation or mainte-. call was unproductive, and, on motionof coast. Secretary Lamont was anxiousto sensible sanitary board refused to the rapidity with which the ma-
Bore.
: We Car Rvptar. | { of a sinking fund. A report Mr. Catchines. at half past 12 send subsistence as.well, but found heed Dr. Brunner's advice to keep the chine ran npasoam was very naturallythat An .Auger, Not a

No matter of bow long standing. W from the committee on priv- o'clock, the house adjourned until there neither stores quarantinean. This ended the qna.rantine all the seams would be easily fin- ---
t. for free trentine, testimonials, etc. to and elections for the payment was money nor honorel Clergyman-Is it true, Miss Ruth,
HoUeBwrorth & ()2wgo, :nop Oo., Monday. _ available for this purpose.A against Brunswick. Surgeon Ma- ished, and that one time em- last Sunday's sermon
I> of the three claim- that said
each
rice to my
11; by, m..il.. gruder is working faithfully to windup ployment of women would be taken yon
-_' seats under the appointment Washington dispatch says: The bored 'ou1ss ?
ITEMS. from them. Nobody realized at first
S Th'distance from the farthest point of and it was referred to SOUTHERN NEWS state of South Carolina, by its attor- the government's affairs at Bruns- :\ Ruth (with a little gasp-Oh) ,
lar:discovery to the pole it ef! is 460 miles. i wick. When he concludes he will be- that by the aid of the sewing machinemore
I ,4
filed with the commissioner of no
on contingent ex neys, no Goodness gracious,
frills flounces ruf- my
Malaria cured and(radicated from the The resolution for a 11 patents Wednesday a motion for a review gin at the Waycross end and will set- more more paid that it-er-penetrated my very
tern bv brown's Iron BitteM. which fles and tucks than ever before would
tle all bills the
t1)4'l! buxxl, tones! the 11 taids di (' meeting was presented, The Drill of Her Piwss and Prosperity of his recent decision declining against government. be added to our garments, and that soul. Isn't it strange how people
Acts like a'chdrm on persons in to the word "Palmetto" The London Standard in its issue ofSundo.y I Truth.
a
Mr. Yoorhees who had register on misconstrue things!-
health would themselves be multi :
garments
giving and
w.tneruy si rength. Notei
: it withdrew it, stating that he Briefly trade mark in connection with the says that everything points to

* Xo man can 1I1It T.r,' nincli of'an"'edu after consultation with the manufacture and sale of whisky in a dissolution of parliament next year. plied. "Is another year," says G. G.
without The sewing machine did not do
going to school to hi-mistake
: of the repeal bill on the dem- Happenings of Interest Portrayed in South Carolina. The commissionerread Mr. Gladstone, .it says, deludes him- with tbeseamtrefs. made her Hartley, of Duluth, "you will be ableto

P.- Beecbarn'a Pills instead of sloshy side who thought that if the the brief filed in the case, and at self if he thinks that the constituencies instead away than I A go from Buffalo to Dul uth in fifty-two
waters. more ever a necessity.
Beecharn'e-no:!f:...:. ...; -.-others.- -25, cents a of the senate was occupied care- Pithy Paragraphs. once rendered his decision, decliningto will have by then forgotten his house in which there is neither a machine hours. It is over 0 thousand miles by

.., If Affllclfxtwltli' < nnrevrextoe'Dr. Inane ) and conscientiously, as much reopen the case. Irish policy. The second home rule nor a seamtress'' can hardly bo water. New steamers are building

.eon......:::o:Eye-waterjruggist..:::. _- a _"bell.__at 25a___per__ could be made. Mr. Mor- A Montgomery special says: The Josiah Quincy, of Massachusettshas bill is worse than the first, and we found in town or country, and sewing for exclusive passenger service. They

No Pen Can resolution for a joint select com state of Alabama raised the quarantine resigned the office of assistant secretaryof I cannot possibly have a third. The remains, as much today as in former will be as tine as the best ocean steamers

on finance was taken up, and against all cities Wednesday night, state to which he was appointed by paper predicts that under the circumstances periodwoman's peculiar work. The and wil have a speed of over

I Voorhees having suggested its and a hundred quarantine agents have President Clevel 'nd. This action has Mr. Gladstone can never obtain machine is the seamtress' best friendas twenty an hour. Next summer

The ten Buffering yean from I "* to the finance committee, been withdrawn.An for some time been anticipated, Mr. a majority in Great Britain.A well as her benefficent fairy.-Har- you wi find traveling on our great"

5- jtrtmta.medicine ttrlHl and argued against the sug- important railway deal was commenced Quincy having accepted the position dispatch of Sunday from Fort d r's Bazar. a comfortable as on the ocean. -

S. every mit-t gave up hope stating that the purpose of Wednesday at MemphisTenn.It with expectation: of relinquishingit Wayne, Ind., says: Fred O'Connor, -_ --.------------ -, -,- .KM.*,">"<

r I' : ever But Hood's lingr tSar any' was to supercede the is the attachment of the Memphis after a short service. Since the the train dispatcher whose forgetfulness _-_ C .
committees in each house and Massachusetts state democratic caused the wreck the Fort =c -' < .
izave me relief Verb & Little Rock railroad to the East con- on
'nd now lain the joint select committee vention held it has been road in which dozen lives
: \\l cured of .' '! Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia.The was apparentthat Wayne a '
land advl- every Clark Foundry and Machine there would be an imperative demand were lost, has not been seen by any of :$

try HoodV arAAI>>' DAY.-In the sen- for Mr. Quincy to&ssume chargeof his friends since. A few minutes be-
)IR&. J<)HV '.: Works at Knoxville, Tenn., were destroyed -
M.n.J, F eD to Do I'ride:St., Pittsbur, morning, after the dis by fire shortly after midnight the approaching campaign. His fore he left the city he sent a messageto

of some routine business, Mr. Wednesday night. Fire had been left resignation, as a consequence, createsno the coroner of Cook county requesting I =4&A

'JloO. $ iJ1aCUre moved to proceed to the in the coke ovens. The loss is $20,000, surprise. him to release all of the men '. ,'

of the bill to repeal the but is said to be fully insured. Secretary Carlisle has decided to held for the accident, as all of them .

Hood'a Tills act easily,yt pr mptlT. : act. In connection with that meet the treasury deficit by issuing were entirely innocent, he alone beingto "
-- The Yourtree mine and the
Mr. said that al ore
Morgan
the blame.At .
silver certificates against seignorage -
he had intended ask Russellvillo coal mines, of Alabama,
to vote
1 a of the bullion purchased under G :45 o'clock Sunday morning two
monthsago
which about two
suspended
Every Month resolution for a joint select the Sherman law. He estimates that freight trains on the Nickel Plate railroad :.
finance he did not wish will resume operations on full -
many women suffer from Excetilre 'i'f on thousand will the deficit for the year will be fifty crashed into each other, four .:t
time. About two men '
chairman of the
Scant Menstruation; they don't the millions which would be covered miles west of McComb Ohio. The
by .
who tQ onfid. in to gtt proper& committee. He had had some be given work. The companies have I 1IHL .
:. the coinage of the seignorage and the result was that two engines were wrecked .',
Don't confide. .' la. -anybody, bat try. with Voorhees, and had contracts enough ahead to run the .
9 issue of certificates on the silver_ pur- and forty cars wore piled on each
Bradfield's'Female mines night and day for six months.
The
not to his
press resolution. chased to September 1st. The need other in a mass of debris. Fifty cattle &: IH.HVM P
-
then without The forecast of the returns of
any objection, crop
for money, especially paper currency, lie by, the side of the tracks whichare .
Regulator up the repeal bill, Mr. Stewart the North Carolina agricultural department -
is so pressing that the secretary will toru"up for a distance of 200 yards

t Speclflo for PAINFUL,PROFUSE. entitled to the floor to continue for September shows a depreciation recommend the issue of certificates in and all travel is "stopped., John Davidson 'w ,

SCANTY.SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR ; Mr. Stewart, however, of prospects of 25 per cent. advance of the actual coinage, which engineer of the east bound
MENSTRUATION. to forego his right tem from the August report. This is
S would enable the treasury to meet its freight was instantly killed, and his
II mallei fra in favor of Mr. Walthall caused the recent fearful ,
WOMAN
S Book to by cyclonethat
obligations without making further fireman, J. N. Upher- and Charles
; I BRADFICLD' REGULATOR CO., Atlanta ; desired to address the senate. passed over the state. The dam- .
; ......,.aU Dn Ia&a. his done winds and inroads on the gold reserve.Certificates Merritt, of the west bound train, are
expressed willingness age was by severe
Not to lie Taxed. dying from terrible injuries.A .
4 in prompt action on the floods. Tobacco suffered more than
___ Commissioner Miller sent out a circular Columbia, S. C., special of Satur- The
and suggested a simple mode to any other crop. Corn and cotton also United States Government reports .
recently to the internal revenue
i it-that to into the form day says: The phosphate outlook in ""
put were greatly damaged.
collectors which is causing a good deal the state is blue, consequent '
the declaration of policy Jackson Miss. of Wednes- upon I ROYAL a: of tartar'
1 special of "Bpeculation.' It has been understood the damage dono by the recent torna- pure cream ;
ugust in the bill. If that done
were
day The board of control, after -
says: to mean in some quarters that do. Governor Tillmau states that the
could be in half the I
He said the passed purchasing clause a thorough investigation of all the I. the circular merely intended to im- phosphate men proposed to the state baking powder, highest of all :

charges preferred against the prison a 10 cent. tax on clearinghouse
pose per that they be allowed to back to
Sherman law did not the go
Flower'r cause management M. L. Jenkins, war- certificates for local circulation. in
financial conditions but work at a royalty of 50 cents per ton leavening strength.
f was den, has arrived the conclusion that Commissioner Miller stated Friday
Other : instead of $1, for a term of one year .
causes. coun- the charges were not sustained by the that there was nothing at all of that
which had no Sherman law without limit to the amount of rock 5. .
lam were I evidence. The warden was fully exon- nature intended. The circular was issued -
ready to testify under mined. He stated to them that he
much. He
just as was ,
4 sure erated. lIessrs.fcLaurin:: and As- ,
that if it had not been for would lead to merely for the purpose of preventing was not willing to accrde to such an ;

Flower I should have died in America. The a single people gold of kew voted against it, and Governor : the banks from issuing the agreement for it would be unfair to c The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedlythe
I Stone and General Johnston
Attorney
small bank notes that have been
: tiiis'4 Eight years ago I was ta bimetallists and be- put the state, even if he had a right to
were voted in the affirmative.A and I
slck, and sufferedas no one in, free and unlimited coinage in circulation lately. That is all thereis make such a contract.BRUNSWIC'K purest most reliable baking powder of-

a dyspeptic can. ,I employed th Great interest wasmani- dispatch of Wednesday from to it. The circular does anolv. REJOICES. fered to the public." 4!
Ala. The last however to certified cheeks payable to I
Montgomery, says: -
of
tI our best doctors and recei I in Walthall's remarks,and there
legislature passed an act requiring the bearer and issued for circulation in
no benefit. They told me that I only a few vacant seats on the \ Cities in Georgia Raise Their Late isfT 1 -
convicts to be taken out of the mines the place of money. Many United States a
heart and liver ) .
kidney
: ) where they are now being worked. Ata Batch of Nomination Quarantine Against Her. Government Chemist. .
I distressed "TY-EIGHTH DAY.
Everything ate -Speeches meeting of the board of convict in- The president sent to the senate, A Brunswick, Ga., special says:
democratic in the
that had to senators
I throw it sen-
.. lip. spectors a tract of land containing Friday, the following nomidations: Aroused by the action of Brunswick'scouncil V -
Flower Friday the bill ,
on repeal
cured There is were
me. no Messrs. Faulkner of twenty-four hundred acres were. selected Theodore Runyon, of New Jersey, Thursday the government officials I _ ROYAL BAKING POWDER. CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. S
? icine equal to it. LORENZO by Virginia, and purchased. The land is near ambassador extraordinary and pleni-, realized the mistake they were I = =C c =c.
of Indiana and Jones of Ar-
4 SLEIfPER, Appleton Maine.. f > Springner's, on the LQuisville and potentiary of the United States to making and the extreme justice doneto -- 5- -----5_-

All of them were in favor of Nashville railroad 'where the convictsare Germany; Albert S. Willis, of Ken- the city in waiting to consult the Hauling Down the Flag.P. ... 4 ... S

._--.iEID! YOUR OWN HARN repeal of the Sherman act, but to be carried as rapidly as the law tucky, envoy extraordinary and mi n- Savannah authorities Friday they P. Elder was speaker of the McELREES' ": .4)
with the condition that silver
.-- will permit. /' ister plenipotentiary of the United atoned for their mistake by wiring Sur- house of representatives in Kansas SWINE '

VJHOMSOirs: it be restored to to the the position demon- The Memphis,' Commercial's crop States to,the Havaiian islands; Henry geon General "Wymau to order the when Windom and General Sherman OF C RDUI:
occupied prior
: report for Mississippi, Tennessee and M. Smith, of Virginia, to be minister quarantine against Brunswick raised as I died in 1891. Windom died twenty- :

act of' 1873.DAy.-The Arkansas, published Thursday showsa resident and counsel general of the all danger was over. Tho cities and I four hour&before Sherman, and the f.4'....&___ .__.___ i

II.: SLOTTED of Saturday's- session in first the two reduction in the cotton crop in the United States to Hayti; Ellis ::Mills towns of Georgia with the exceptionof I flag on the statehouse was pulled hal : 1 It

I sen- Memphis district below former limits. of Virginia, to be consul general at Savannah promptly raised their I way down. .. .Av y 4
consumed in the discussion
:CLINCH RIVET resolution offered Mr. The continued drought is playing Honolulu;:M.: S. Carroll, of Maryland, I quarantine, releasing Brunswick from I When the news came of the great :

Ie tottt rtqnlrtd. Only a hammer OMdd to Friday by havoc with the cotton plant, and un- to be consul general at Dresden Ger- her barriers and once more giving her general's death, the scgentatarmsrushed .
Md ,MTUtOk to into the refusal of : .
ud cH oh &h.a easily qoictiy inquire '
*bwMMir"nooUk Eeqotrtnj no hO''. to b* ational less it rains within a few days the many. United States Consuls-George I people a fighting chance for life and in and asked 4ID :
banks New York
of
*tfe.*iMttor ufc and nor.rable.burr lor tM Bireu.Million I Th now.f an In... Philadelphia to the Bos- damage will be still greater. In addition J. Willis,'of Georgia, at Port Stanley I business. I should do."Put : :

ogth.a1nn or tMortod,pm up. la bout.' pay checks. to the drought and cold nights : and St. Thomas! Canada; John B. I The majority of the 4,000 people in the flag half mast," said Elder :
.
Mn4 4 depositors in The
Ask -e.w dsler "or (b or ;
: tt&apsx a(101 0IlQQ,.auorte4..teL Kaa'rc1 b was unfinished currency.when the the boll-worms have added in reducing Mobley of Texas, at Acapulco, Mexico ; I Brunswick HOW are laborers and manyof I "But it is already at hal mast for i

: JUDON L T"OMSON'MFO' .' hour closed (at 2 o'clock the yield. Corn will make three-: Henry B D. MacEver, of New York, I their families are receiving help I Windom," explained sergeantatarms. i.

'.. YALTULfl. MIf and p. fourths of an average.A at Denia, Spain ; George Keenan, of from the relief committee. In a few ..
) under the rules the resolu- .
-I---IV j ...... ._,__'..___ went to the calendar, whence it Columbia, S. C., special says: Wisconsin, at Kehl, Germany ; Henry weeks their work will be resumed and "Then pull it the rest of the way .

ANltDEAL FAMILY bo taken except: by a vote of Governor Tillman Thursday afternoon, C. C. Atwood, of New York, at Calais, the battle fur bread will be more equal- I down, you goose," exclaimed Elder : : '

I fl<<>:>. -0Jr..... senate. And so that particular made reply to the decree of United .France; Leopold Moore of New York, I ized. Help, however will be neededfor petulantly.Chicago InterOcean.DR. :'.!,
I, 4r.r' at Uw ; States Cirt Judge Simqntonimprison- at St. Christopher, W. I. Also nine- them for several weeks yet and I '"
4 IUv.r.id. will be heard of .. .
Bow J -
: ,. ::1 B:1. during the present session. ing his constable, Swann, for seizing teen postmasters, a collector of revenue I contributions will be gratefully re- I KILMER'S ..

f Uo..tetrae' I Ifw remainder: the day was occupied a barrel.of whisky" at'the South Carolina ments.and appraiser-all recess appoint- I ceived. I s For Female Diseases. ?
;
SAVANNAH YIELDS. '
t3:! .. I Teller in a 'Speech, moat of depot. The governor ,Bays the I I SWAMPROOTCURED :
decree intended to bring the admin- I A Savannah special : The .
[_ JUPU,1t_ CHEMICAL._ CO.,: .*... was devoted to a denunciation says people
-'-:---' --- -newspaper press of the country istration of the 'dispensary into THE COTTON MOVEMENT. I of Brunswick, Tampa, Port Tampa, I i--- wecancurotheutob-Jt@nytDec3btibasil =

; ly the metropolitan part of disrepute and to paralyze'-thO',/state I Ybor City and other points recently I BLOOD Poison 'Unite COM fn 20 to to .
.. Secretary Hester's First of the Jet him wr to/or
bs1U.17. its impudence and mendacity. constables in their efforts to prevent Report I infected with yellow fever, can visit A1 SPECIAl Tv. dy. ami in **U- .

I..ahi. was finally interrupted by Mr. the importation of contraband liquors Jfew Commercial Year. I Savannah now if they desire. The I p.uc:< b uty. oar S4
Dropsical Swelling Cold Ice. j An>nclal -Lacking U. '
cured sand QR'"D who said that, .the senator into the state. He-nsays. is so "illogical According to Secretary Hester's I sanitary board at its session Saturday I as ____ ",0.10.When mercury., .;

*.ml..toIwpelefi..*ea Froea"two-third fint dote of irmptumt all jnnpcoau rapidly....&inaadonedbribe Colorado, he knew, was' suffer- l, prejudiced'and' tyrannical that New Orleans Cotton Exchange: report, I raised the quarantine on these places LIFE WAS A BURDEN. lot:ide potassium cnre-An4,sarsap our irilla) ;or-1c lyphilene Springs i*the fall only. w. 5, '

000k o( .( ,njcuInu cuies iiil from a throat cold. He had now he feels\copstrained ..against i his will issued at New Orleans Friday, the new I and all restriction to removed im- "Swamp-floot"8aved We after I had gnrate.,thlC. cure permanently. P eltiTe II feat .!

>> 1ftMEIT"IUUIKID bliMl AGOITRE speaking for nearly two hours, to critieisqt." .; ; Commercial year of 1893-94 opens with I mediately. Mayor McDonough has I suffered send everything but death.m7 o 111d tr COOK KCXEDX Co.ClaC.I ,

t't\n: r(r nU'E l ;; if the:senator would yield to a'much smaller movement of cotton notified Mayor Lamb, of Brunswick, you and mtograph this 0

CO RED J.S.tl..In.TWI1t'vn_: heMr.Voorhees,would move that PHILADELPHIA'S... GENEROSITY.She than has been shown in either last and Mayor Knight, of "Waycross, b and cription of my CANCER .

mo senate go: into executive session. -' year or year before. telegram as to the action of the 'vouwi.sh.you can It. ;
: ', -S
,SgELjETSH ?r_ neot aatzeona.- vice president announced the< Responds tb\GoTernor Tillman'g. The statement covers the past week tary officials and Health Oflic! haj were asQtOI&I Or CURED of WITHOUT! bur-iinfr.THE KMFE. -.

AftB nUBBER Send Mlechanleal for txx>k onTPHfiOCC Tm appointments toVommittees: Appeal focAld. and the first eight days of the season, ncr was instructed to w. 1 firewould te us. Cn intii.r8 exqlnsively.' poi"unoupl.tre'ed1 'r.

S Of ",." Perkins, republican, of Alabama, A Columbia dispatch say: Governor making the amount of the American General Wyman and no p1ro ffi P.B.Green's Sanatorium.J'ort PaJIeAIa .',
&.&bKELE V Of CO,85 S.1 Itfc 8U,n 0thExerti o --- ---
service and retrenchments, edu- Tollman's appeal to the country for cotton? crop brought into sight for the roads. _IM3 : i.

) and labor, naval affairs, Indian aid for the sea island sufferers is meet week 43,661, against 63,804 in Sep Express Office Ro letely edeathhye exhaus Zngleside .:. 3Retreat.For .

select committee .tp, in- ing with ready response: He recived tember, 1892, and 106,860 the same DIM'Ufl of Women. Scientific treatment a :1:
cures KItgant apartments for ladlts
lithe
The office of the Ada
: condition of the Potomac a" telegram from Major Stuart, of. time in 1801. For the eight days of: : fore and gUraDe.doriaz efneeDt Addrem Tho Rest. .;"J'J;
'
.) Quay, republican,; of Perm' Philadelphia, Friday advising him September the movement into sight company at Akron, O., dent Phyglcl&> 'Ba -, "Ie Tel -. S "'.:,

pensions, Mr. Carey, repub- ,that the charity committee of the has been 48,820 against 70,801 and Thursday night during tbj CANCER Cured Pcnnautntly. t. .-t1:
Elliott and the safe
pf Wyoming, public buildings city council of that city had appro- 111,873, showing a falling off of 31 percent Agent NO KKIFK. NO POISON;.NO PlAgTK8.,< '

grounds. After an executive ses- priated$5,000. for. the! Bufferes."". GOvernor from last year, and 60 from the its contents. >>TIle' safe t *& : wm te :" J50. U; A&l: rortl,1.P.&l.: ..' S
left with the .w.k onl ,Flso's Remedy tut-Catarrh Is tt*> -
S Do.OC"Deee1 the senate at, 4:50 oVlock ad, Tillman returned thanks and wired year before. 4 "t
I wfl P....aaiMiU trtftSttt*which. till Monday. the major to'send the contribution! tained 5' < a- hid. Best. F.qrsC to { .and CJ- !
'>t I baada, tajuretb*Iron and burn r.i bonds, ;ton, .sfze::: I IS
I The BUlnx Bon Stove PoJUh It BrUIUat in'money, to him, if in supplies -
rt UM.Dorable,and the oomumaror for DO THR HOUSE. > the Centralrelief committee at Charles- all "._, : i-. S .ty druralsta or sent ,
: \ Kla i package wlUi every P !:. A'wu\s keep} posted on public: \ mat res Pjl by mail. J :.

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