Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1893
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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FLORIDA-NES S-NOTES.J port, nas been collected by Uapt. I -One which Florida AT-THE

l James F. Tucker, a special agent of FARM, GROVE AND GARDEN., and California great advantage growers have over Ja- NATIONAL CAPITAL. I STARKE DRUG CO.

., '.- t this department. He has been assisted macia is, that the growers: on that

11<- I at times by Messrs. Britton, Bnf- island have to contend against so many I
: ,. Items of Merest Gated at Random fington, Smith, Colquitt, Taliaferro the from Affairs
and Durham. The Interestini lies for Emit and tout wild sour trees that pollen 01 Government and! Routine of AND RETAIL.
I tabulations have which is carried to the sweet trees, -WnOL8L
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from All Over the Stat been in charge of Mr. O. W. W. Growers causing deterioration. So great ia i tie House aM Senate Discnssel'otes I

U''. f _ Hanger, chief of the tabulation divis this tendency that it is a common remark Manufacturing Chemists.Our
4. The ion of the department, and I desire to : in Jamacia that the seeds of :* I .
has made the following
civil governor acknowledge Mr. Hanger's services and Moles may be killed by the use of' iweet will always produce trees > of Interest Concerning the People

I ,I Popf, of Mitchellville appointments}] to: be Andrew justice J.of those the of Mr. Weaver, the chief clerkof potash. Take off the rosin from a ball yielding orange sour oranges. Following is an I and Their General Welfare. l stock is the purest and best. Price's.the lowest.

the for department, in preparation of' of potash, pulverize the potash and extract from a recent government bulletin -:
District No. 2 in Manatee '
'y peace thin "
1 report. drop a teaspoonful in the runs, cover-
: county; Celso 1'ierwcci, of Orange AH i is well known, Cnptain Tuckt-r'is ; ing the holes with a flat stone. The : I The house committee on banking *l- We guarantee our
in the physiology -I
: i "But another point
t' be .
Heights, to notary public for the i a Florida man whose h me is in Her- : potash is very caustic and care must into and currency Friday authorized Mr. ,
I of has here to be taken
}... ; p btate at large. ; nnndo county, 'lmt who knew the bo used in handling it. account plants, and that is the effect of cross Ii Cox, of Tennessee, to report favora-i i FEVER AND AGUE CURE, OUR ASTHMA SPECIC
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the bjy to the house the bill introduced
;" whole! state thoroughly before he fertilization. The pollen of flowers id by

'... The Lake Worth Fruit company i began his work of gathering statistical To Clran Tree' of Mmut. conveyed by insects from plant to plant ''I j him and to promote the safety of funds And everything we make to be the .

& Lave just net out a choice lot of 3:>,000 I information on phosphate depositstwo The smut fungus can be removed 'I and Darwin has shown that in nature, I deposits of national banks. '

_""It1. imported Porto Rico pine blips. Thus i years and more ago. That he from trees, says Insect Life, by spraying and ns a ruleplants benefit by fertiliza: There wore some sixty nominations

.,. 1 goes on the work that in a few years I has; performed this labor thoroughly, with a strong whale-oil soap solu- tion. The ovary fertilized by pollen j sent to senate Friday afternoon. One Physicians'! Prescriptions CareruIIy Filled Dayor

will make the fruit industry of that : faithfully and satisfactorily is manifest tion (seven pounds of whale-oil soap to from another rather than its own yieldsmore I Georgian was named, Mr. T. R. Gibson -j

:7 t region second in importance to noL i in every page of the pamphlet, twenty-eight gallons of water). Thisis seed, and these: produce larger I of Augusta. He goes to Beirut, Night. -

other. I and this report should have H place in so strong, however, that it will damage I I and stonger iilants."Generally Syria. Mr. Gibson will very likely

:: f -- I the counting-room of every business the foilage if allowed to remain on pollen its only oppera- accept the place, as he expressed a de- TJsBaJZJs'fKINCHK .

,. The Farm 1'B' Warehouse Stock com I house in Florida-as well as in the library long, and it should, therefore, be allowed -, tive when carried to flowers belongingto Fire; to go to the Orient, naming Bie- ST. FA.

> pany's brick building for storing to- I of every Florida man who desires to remain on the tree only the same species, but I think that rut as one of the places he would like.

::. bacco, at Quincy, was destroyed by I to keep abreast of the times in about three hours, and the tree should there is no doubt that in the different -I The place pays $2,000 per annum and

:. fire recently. There was an insurance i the development of his state. then be sprayed with pure water. The : species of citrus the fruit itself j the unofficial fees are considerable.

of $2,000 on the building and 810,000( i That great portion of the treatise strong alkali solution will cut the fun- ; i is affected by pollen of different The hearings before the ways and _

on the tobacco. About sixty, thousand<< which relates to Florida takes up the 'I' gus!:, so that it can be easily washed of species, and still: more by different I means committee closed Wednesday, C.la.CJOll.Uo'tl.aGLEEl.tsdy bl., .

: I pounds tobacco was destroyed. The geology of the phosphate) fields, the by the water spray.F.umialIng varieties of the same species. The and now the actual work of drawing om I .,bUvtaas ftfis*ettcctu r.-so. I -

total loss is 20,000. I geographical Position of the phosphate i a new tariff bill will be J.
up begun.
I flower of a good orange tree, perhaps, BALM CO.,Pro's,Itfatrti.6s
f -- belt, the topography of this \\itb Sulpbur. : will be fertilized by the pollen from The democrats say that more time has I -

' : A few days ago telegrams were went belt, the story of the discovery of There is no need of expensive jars, inferior varieties or from a Seville been given to these hearings than. by

. from Pensacola to Senators Call and Florida; phosphates, the comparative > the previous committees and that -- -- -- -- -- .
: as common stone jars are good orange and the result may be that: not any arguments -
; : Pasco at Washington urging their II merits of tho hard-rock and pebble enough and there is fruit have been presented on all
| no steaming over : only the seed but the whole maybe Ii ,
;, :. support of the unconditional (' of belts, the estimated phosphate in sight hot stoves. The only apparatus neces- : affected, so that we shall have fruit the schedules likely to be affected by

. .r"... the Sherman bill, signed by every I in Florida, the various ]kinds of phosphate sarp is a tight, clean barrel, with good which is neither a good or sweet I i the new legislation. Chairman Wilson : ,

- 1. prominent business man in the city, products, the machinery used, cover, and a tin bucket (an old rustyone orange nor a good Seville, and seeds says the bill will be reported as .

. I who was been. No one refused to sign. : and general observations. The industry will do). which will grow up into trees yieldingfruit boon: as consistent with the importance Contefl from Our Most! Important BOTANIC

; The chamber of commerce unanimously in South Carolina is treated in Prepare fruit and vegetables as for of some immediate character. I i>f the interests involved.

t indorsed unconditional repeal. I much the same way, but less exhaustively canning. Put from half bushel to do not think that a thoroughly good or- ; The president sent to the senate AiTices BALM
TeleIaDhic BLOOD
:r 1-- I, ; and the general statistics of the three pecks of fruit in bottom of barrel ange will have any but thoroughly good I Wednesday the following nominations:

: "- The Culoosa Pebble Phobphate company ; industry present: the cost of prodnc- ;, ; put it in loosely, so that the fumescan seeds, but if cross fertilization with an Joseph W. Nichol, of Indiana, to be And Presented In Pointed and Reada A thoroughly Remedy

. f now has mined on the banks at I If tion, shipment and consumption, commercial get to all of it. Place some live inferior variety has taken place, then deputy second comptroller of the re tste. 'I
I its works a few miles above Ft. Myers I aspect, royalties, opportunities !!I coals in bucket, and suspend' across the fruit will tell the tale and warn us treasury; William L. Chambers!' of ble Paragraphs.The .

f- from 5,000 to 7,000 tons of phosphate. I for labor, capital invested, rates the top of the barrel. Put a table- against the seed. Alabama, to be land commissioner in BLOOD and SKIM DISEASES.

: f On this company's property conservative I of wages, cost of transportation and I spoonful of sulphur on the coals and "Now, if this be true, that cross Samoa, under the general act signedat Chicago Evening Journal and This not standard tbnnd wanting nmedy for baa tony torn r *triad.n I Tan

t-- estimate places the unminvd : mall'alun1)le comparative tables.In cover tightly, so as to prevent the escape fertilization affects the fruit, how can Berlin June 13, 1889, by the pleni- sold at auction The 'a mlBvnt physician who baa used ft '
. f.: at I Ir the Florida treatise there are of the fumes. A have fruit for of the United States Germany Wednesay. pa- with Mttaln and nnvafring slor. a
; phosphate 200,000 tons. At present large newspaper i we ever expect to good potentiates plant and :i interest in dlU10r which It U* I
- I the above company, owing to financial I twelve full-page illustrations and diagrams spread over top, with a wooden cover : export so long as there is an abundance and Great Britain, vice E. E. per The Evening Journal leaehold building were uileklr ..4 to effectually tonrdt from dririnff the Ant dO

rJ" difficulties do and the finest map of the phos- pressed down makes is Ormsbee dLMase terms from tb syttein through
, : can nothing, but some I closely, a good of inferior trees? There no returned. Postmasters- I
by Dr. S. Farrar for & of tb* akin liver and
one with plenty of capital and the phate fields of Florida ever published covering. Let it remain covered for use whatever in going to all the expense Tennessee, John J. Ingle, at South bough $16,00.A nays meium any pleasant or injurious

right kind of energy will make r. 'I or projectell-m sire twenty-four times I an hour or wore and then renew the :I: and trouble of budding the best Pitsburg; Mississippi, Carrie King London cable dispatch of Wednesday or superstition cta. It Is not but tbe it result la of Irnornc

:- I. financial success of it. And it is only that of the pamphlet and showing coals. Sprinkle another half spoon of varieties unless first some pains betaken Smith, at Sewanee Virginia; WilliamE. says: Admira Damellea has common sense and.thorough effectuallyporines up
of modern
a question of a short time at that. I with absolute correctness the hard-rock sulphur and leave for another hour. to extirpate the worthless varieties Owen, South Boston. sent an the authoritiesat & melcl leue.1&e and brtnnKftalta

t', I field, the composite field, the plate- Then take the fruit and in and second it is determined to Rio, announcing his intention to to the sufferer. .a cenerat tonic
__ t pack jars ; The house committee on rules decided tt Is without a rtvat.and in IU analyst ofbeaUbclTtnr
I rock field, the land-pebble fields and cover with or cloth, and it will cultivate them." immediately and thoroughly bombard properties it ia &boueI7b.yood
? paper thoroughly
A recent that the Tucker
Washington special says: river-pebble deposits, the soft phosphate keep for a Tomatoes should be Thursday morning the city with all his ships unless it empiQ,with Itisa.D)fey eye ,
; A delegation of tobacco year. bill to the federal election laws oo&&e
importers ; repeal ; IrOns Impure and UapoTerIsbed -
-vhere isolated from the hard- TRADE TOPICS. promptly surrenders.
I2; ft from Key West, Fla., headed by SenI : put up whole; should be hardly ripe, should be taken up for consideration!' bl-the current.of life; qulely.
rock, and even those areas which disclose and sound. be --- I During the twenty-four hours end qr 1.1 *
ator Call, called on Secretary Carlisle perfectly Eggs can on the 26th and that the vote on the : .. Carv.
: I and asked him to modify his recent ;I traces of phosphate; these are in preserved in the same way, and will Report of Business for Past Week by i passage of the bill and the pending ing at noon Thursday there were I u.L&ei'. I(18y WakIM..a.e. ad-
six different colors; and the shows ': Dun & Co. twelve cholera and three ..
decision as to the duty on imported map keep perfectly. Some persons think I amendments should be taken on the new cases of : .c

r Tjjippers tobacco. In that decision! ; every portion of the land as it was that the fruit will taste of sulphur, but R. G. Dun ic Co.'s weekly review of I tenth of October-twelve days being deaths from that disease reported to < INVESTIGATE FOR YOURSELF.

4 it was held that if a portion of a bale originally locatellInumber",, sectionsand ,'' it will not. It will smell for a while, trade says: There i is no longer only a allowed for debate. This order was the authorties at Hamburg, Germany. I Bend for our Frew Book.tVal.abIS
: the fractious thereof. The report but the odor off before winter. sentimental I All cases deaths reported were InJbfmsUloBW together wth. wonle'
J contained wrappers tobacco, the whole passes miscroscopic or improvement agreed upon by a majoity of the mem- ad ftl array of,certificates
will be
for if
;mil* bale was to be duitable at the rate of I eagerly sought only for that cannot be measured. Some bers. The minority members of the in the suburbs ofthe, city. wee from the simplest known to the moo remedies virulent -
II this after all
for it
excels all
t S2 per pound as wrappers tobacco. map, previous productions Parkingin I.imf. increase is! seen both in production and committee say they will oppose the Advices of Thursday state that the 1.41.le dleue. .carUflcatea tMtlfywUS

& K t The delegation asked that only what IJ I From in this: line. A Mr. Monclar, of Mondale,France, in the distribution of products. True, adoption of the order, but are not inclined ravages of cholera in St. Petersburg, Balm Is the"*sound.'.ebpI.luleka'.I tbf Botanlo Blood* .

; :: is commercially known as wrappers a work so exhaustive! and so has discovered that common lime is a it is small as yet, but after the worst i to filibuster against it. Russia, are rapidly increasing. The Mt Known and to most the world. Bl0 Pe t.
full of interest
at it is difficult I
*1t I tobacco be assessed $2 per: pound. The every rare preservative of fruits and vege- financial blizzard for twenty years it The committee on foreign affairs hada new cases reported reach an average of Pmica-H.OQper bottle;fLW fo S botttM.
to make but this
matter was taken under advisement. quotations, paragraph ,' tables. His first discovery was made is not to be expected that all roads meeting Thursday to consider the fifty a day, while the deat from the ToruI.bldzugglat$11D0endOUI.
- from the introduction is certainly lot of diseased I A4dr.esIUOOD BALM CO.,Allots,
by layering a potatoes can be cleared in a day. But all con disease reach almost same number. Q
substitute to the Everett
; -- I deserving of reproduction here. : with two cubic meters of powderedlime. ditions at favor. McCreary The Pesth is !
except Washington, cholera Bulla spreading nftnl
: The Tampa nmcs "Col. J.I I bill extending the time of registrationof i flfth1l
; : In the
says considering phosphate -
fct He found that after the pota- a gradual recovery. Business goes on among wealthier classes and \. ., I IUJU.
A. )IC'Enerspecial agent of the I the Chinese. The discussion developed -
of South Carolina and of Florida
; toes had been in contact with the lime in confidence
unquestioning that I considerable uneasiness has been caused -
treasury department, who spent a I i much has been said the fact that every member of
:: more concerningthe
for fourteen mouths in the
desire the
of will in
they were as general people by the fact.
t'< T weekin Tampa recently, is now cruising latter than the former state. This the committee favored the extension of T. W. Nicol, chief engineer of the
state when dug.
He then
I along the southern coast on the I I is the natural result of several causes; perfect a as some way prevail. Money has become the time for six months, with the pos- A dispatch 'Was received from Yoak- Dauphin Island Railroad and Harbor
layered a lot of beets, carrots and abundant and at :3 cent at'Xew
.. revenue cutter :\Ic Lane investigating first, the area of the phosphate deposits onions in' the easy per sible exception of Mr. Geary of Cali- um, Tex., stating that John Newman, Company, to begin work on the road
material and York call and
w .!"_, smuggling the sale of liquor to the i of Florida is much greater than name on stagnant fornia. The latter gave notice that ho a prominent merchant of that place, at once. The London agent ,for the

l{ :!': ,. Indians in the Everglades, and the that of South Carolina; second, the found fresh that they state, too for, months.In kept in. a perfectly dom lation in fortunately commercial favors loans.greater specu-'I would offer an amendment providingfor was killed Wednesday morning by a road is to .i hence in a few day.

r ". v classification of Havana tobacco under number of mines in operation in Florida identification by means of photo- trap gun which he had set for a burg- The plan is connect Mobile b
with fruit .
L .;; McKinley tariff law. His report : is 10G, as shown by this report, found experimenting that he Monetary and conditions favor a \ \ graphs. The committee adjourned lar. Mr. Newman had forgotten about with deep water in the gulf of YexC.
for of trade While renewals
H on the last named subject is awaited i while in South Carolina but thirty grapes kept perfectly industry. without action, but there is no doubt the deadly affair and was opening up distance thirty-five miles.

with interest, and it is hoped that he mines are being operated; and third, ; seven and one-half mouths, and were are as large as ever, commercial loansare : that at the next meeting the bill will the store when he came in contact is to run on the shore of Mobile
taken out in state of unknown. The maturity wes
an astonishing
no longer
L t will demonstrate in it the manifest in- the conditions surrounding the indus- I I be favorably. reported. with the string which pulled the trig bay to Cedar cross Grant'spassto
freshness. Five kinds
of apples and of large western obligations has
justice of the recent ruling of the ger of the gun, the charge passing island and thence the
assistant try in Florida differ iu many respects I Dauphin t
several varieties of winter pears and brought hither unusual sums of Associate Justice llornblowrr.
: secretary of the treasury on j from those existing South Carolina. moneyfrom Hornblower is through his body. south shore of the i immense
quinces gave the same result. that !section, but the banks while Judge a prominent
'EL. : this question. j The development of the industry in and known Xew York The New York Herald of Wednesday break waters wi but to
; i The lime used for these experiments, retiring part of the circulation recent- j widely lawyer
Florida is of great interest to those engaged and who has for had says there is reason to believe that shelter Teasel! lying the tob.
which had slaked itself in an ly taken out and some certificates have many years a very
.. open
; : '<'County Exhibit the of the steamer Alvo will in the millions
The cost be
: in in South passengers up
phosphate mining before the
: shed, was in a finely powdered form, not retired a large proportion, keep- large practice supreme
Dr. L. Washburn has
gone to 1: Carolina, as of the concerns in 'I court'of which he will become which was believed to have been lost, but it is said to be justifiable because
and intended a
many was to be applied to the ing a weak on the body of commercial soon
; Chicago with a l large exhibit for Lee :i eye have been landed at of the increase of the coal and
j the latter state are interested in such ground as a fertilizer ; but other experiments indebtedness to mature in member. Senator McPherson, who safely Xompx great
,;- county. He has a cocoanut tree and !I!I United States of lumber and timber trade of this
development. The phosphate industry i t kno him 'personally he is
... immense bunch of alinonds showed that unslaked lime October and November. i s: says a I prt.
cocoanuts I
nn of South Carolina, too has' probably mind and i Riqon. at the Westminster hotel. received -
; was just as good for the purpose as Foreign trade grows more favorable. mail"of strong great judicial Wnere Pearls H
:- I pecans, eapodillos, i his neph-
mangoes cable from .nuna
1 I reached its maximum proportions! and attainments with natural a message A
: that which had been luked, neither Cotton has fluctuated much and it is a a aptitude
guavas, avocado, pears, limes, lemons, : the amount of phosphate in sight is constitutional He ew, who was a passenger on the Alvo. are found in the shells of
\, seeming to have effect the shade comes Pearl
: .: any upon stronger, though nothing appears subject.
: grape-fruit, oranges, The dated Mompox was mollusks They occur
small with that in in message, ,
compared of of many
.: beans turtle shells from fif fruit further than to prevent any exterior :! to warrant and estimate which a family jurists, his having kid
," teen-foot, saw-fish tobacco a saw a 1! Florida. At the present rate of out decay. Duchess pears failed to would reduce) the"orM's supply of been the late chief justice of New Jersey "Salamos. in the ctn edible oyster, but are

tamarinds ,melon Catley ban- I put, the South Carolina mines will be keep more than one and one-half Anurban, including the quantity where his grandfather was a leading A Chicago special of Thursday says: not of value. Verlage white ones
guavas, pitpaw, I exhausted in about twenty-eight at the bars of his The executive committee of the are occasionally from the'giant
:.: I :years months on account of their disposition carried over, within ;500,000:; bales of practitioner day.
,. i,. nhas, sugar apples sisnl, star apples leaves, pine six. I from 1891!:! while in Florida the conditions to rot atthecore.TiiiieUnioii.how the largest consumption ever known. .Ir. Hornblower for a number of World's Fai directors hare definitelysettled clam, which te.bigestkown'bivavE

apples fruiting, hemp I promise an output for a much The industries are giving strong years the law partner of ex-Governor closing of the exposition bydeciding but they ae worh'much
sisal btalk
,; -t long, Sea hemp twentyfivefeet I greater length of time. The industry (/.rapcs arc Canned. proof that the consumption of good-) Chamberlain, of South Carolina, and October 31st should be the They ae always symmetrical ad ,
high, bamboo cotton stalk ,.I in South Carolina has been written up It seems to us that there is no canned was not as much arrested as many is a relative by marriage of the late last day. Another twenty per cent some beauty, having a fat but plea

\t.. ; twenty feet high Florida, ten feet high, I many times!: and exhaustively. These fruit superior to the grape yet it feared when the collapse of trade and Justice Bradley, who married aMiss dividend is ordered on the bonded indebtedness lug sheen when 'sdeways'Te

alligator eggs, crab-wood,royalpalm : reasons make it necessary to treat the is very seldom that canned grapes are manufactures came. While manufacturers Hornblower. In stature, Mr. making a total of seventy shells of the giant clam are oc.
- ',. shells, royal poinciann, arrow- industry more fully than the industryin found on a grocer's shelves. How show extreme caution and decline Hornblower is small reminding per cent of $4,450,000. The committee used for bptima.font i
= root, sea dates, cassava ( ), sugar South Carolina, and to introduce they may be canned is described as to start work without orders, one very much of the present estimates it will have $500,000 surplus churches. The ana foud bued

p cane, pomegranates, olives, illustrations bearing upon it. follows in Cunninff itw Mouth: piling on goods at their own risk, the chief justice of the supreme court. November 1, after the payment! up to the lps hing' i
.... camphor, CtC.r. Tho capital invested in the extension Select only the finest quality, sweet, improved financial conditions!' enable He is a trustee of the Xew York Life of the bonded and floating debt. coral reefs. lost their lve.
In his exhibit he will show 8,000 1 the ,
thin-ski nnod hweet that of railroads, the building ofsviirs ripe- and firm. Fill the can with them to accept many: orders which Insurance Company, of which WilliamR. A Washington special says: The demurrer by stepping open the

oranges can side tracks, etc., for the accommodation them, being careful not to bruise the would have been or were refused weeks: Grace is a director. I is evident I filed by Colonel W. C. P. which closed immediately upon
not be excelled in the world. The doctor
I of the phosphate industry of fruit. Take the juice of other grapes, ago, and actual orders are rendered that the appointment Mr. Horn- Breckenridge to the suit of Miss Mod- foot, holding them.until they iowed
takes th
# thermal record at j
along of
tho office at Ft. : Florida, to December :U, 1892!, add sugar until syrup registers 10 degrees frequent by the exhaustion of retail blower will not he received with pleasure I' aline V. Pollard against him for $50- It is said that pearls a from the;

govejnmet Myers amounted to Sfi3r; : ,9oO.:> In addition to and fill up with this syrup. supplies in many directions. The by all the politicians of New York. 000 damages for breach of promise of color are sometimes obtained
, since November 1, 1892, showing the But the natives .of
tI. this amount, over 200,000( has been this The P Grab. the district pearly nntiu
Practically all that is in the can is number of works resuming week n.lol marriage was arguedj
maximum at 92 degrees 1 I throw
:+ temperature expended in other improvements designed grapes and their own juice. Wash has been at least fifty-eight wholly and i. Pension Commissioner Lochren, has court Thursday. The court overruledthe the tem
; and minimum 38 tle-
f'1; .. temperature at them
II" to facilitate transportation.This : the grapes in cold water and see to it twenty-four in part, against only fifteen submitted his annual report to the demurrer and directed the case to away. considering unucky.
that he ill Lee
grees. says v\ back does not include certain im- that they are free from any foreign concerns mentioned as:! having closed, secretary of the Interior. Number of lie set for trial oil its merits. Te declare that, if a mn fight
against the worM for fine with such ,
county a
-\ vegetables pro>emeuts now under process of con substances. Pack in two-pound and and eight reducing force. The gain has pensioners on the rolls, 966012. Net condition of the docket is such while wearing a ring

"*:o- variety of fruits, superior I struction at Port Tampa, at an estimated been greatest in cotton, where some increase during the past year of 89- is not expected the case be reached he would certainly be' ked PealbeaJ
-c I tropical products, good health, fine cost of not l 1000000.I three-pound cans. Grapes can wi mussels are i lakes
IIJthan goods touch the lowest prices ever 944. During the year, 24,715 for two years.
be in water hot cold.
climate and beautiful women. packed or of parts of the*
177Ic5. ('itOfl.HE .
-- known. The industry which shows for increase of pension and .31,990 steam many
.. The doctor told the World's fair conentioninOrlnndoinOctober,1891.that- Another way of preparing grapes in A London cable dispatch of Thursday including the United Sates
--- ---
f the least actual gain is the manufacture claims for additional pensions under word
The health authorities at
% ; cans that is recommended is as follows: says: mollusks have great
of iron and steel, where the only act June 27, 1890, have been allowed yielded
WAS DRUNK. skinis Portland declare that the sickness
,1, Lee county would send an exhibit to Stew or boil the grapes until the on numbers of valuable gem i this
in downward and iln time claims for
changes price are same 115,321 pen-
board the Russian schooner is
V Chicago, whether the rest of Florida -- tender; then put them through a Ligo that attempts been

f did or not. Ho is making his promise Senator Irby, of South Carolina, ou a I "cyclone" pulping machine, which in spite of the great decrease in pro sion and for increase were rejected. yellow fever. The Ligo, under command countr establish 8 pearl fishing on 'a
duction the to Claims pending July 7th, 1894, numbered -
consumption seems
will rid them of all the seed and hard of Captain Kirsten, sailed from
J'i: true. He says his exhibit will be in lUg Spree.A eommercial basis in some rver
place on "Florida- Day." Ho is a : Columbia special says that Senator skins, leaving the grape and juice. have shrunk even more. But even in 711,150. .Amount money paid Wilmington, N. C., August 8th for : The chief sources of of
that branch a distinct increase is seen for pensions during the year, $156-
hustler! and booked for a lecture upon John L. M. Irby arrived in that This can be sweetened to suit the London. She put into Portland are the Torres
V in the demand for few Estimates for 1895 amountsto i moter-f-pel'
a products. 740,461.14.
: tropical products at the the Wold's fair city Tuesday morning from Washington taste, and canned grapes prepared in Tuesday in charge of her mate. Cap fisheries
the week 319 In to the ad Autr
''I I Failures for number $162,931,570. referring
in October. this way make excellent pies. They tain Kirsten having died on the and
in of intoxication. and the trade
a beastly state
I, in the United States, against 188 last revocation of the order regulating Sirr
The second also taken
0' __ only want introduction to become age. mate was Innumerable the
the union
off the at
f When ho got train of' Macassar.
year, and in Canada 40, against 23 last specific disabilities under act sick the and died before
Tiirkrr'tork.. : depot, he pulled from his pocket a popular.The on passage f Pacific contribute more or less of this
I" *i.talti year. Only five failures were for over 'June 27 1890, the commissioner states the schooner reached I
,:"" A pamphlet of great iudt1.trial'alue I l a double-acting revolver, passed "cyclone" machine referred to $100,000 each. The liabilities in failures that by the provisions of the order the Portd.Wednesday {'r f'valuable product- notably Tat
three the
;." t and of special interest to Florida is the through thfe waiting room and pointedit is useful with other articles, reducing for the second week in -September act itself was being set aside and dis erew Three varieties are cm-
bixth special report of the United States at a. colored hackman, without any pumpkins, squashes, sweet potatoes, but $3,042,129: $oj- Accordingly a board of Ligo were taken sick and the health .t monly-the white, the black edged
were against regarded. j [
officers ordered her in :
fine and leaving it quarantine.At j This statement
etc. to pulp en-
."',. .' 1 commissioner of labor, Mr. Carroll D. cause. The hackman ran and Irby a 319,098 the first week. t revision was organized to examine into : ([ and the golden ege
and hustled into a hack. tirely free from seed ; it can also be the convention of United Typo refers to the which furnishes -
.4- V Wright, of world-wide reputation as a :: was quieted cases under the act call out t *
5 statistician and accurate investigator. :' He immediately went to sleep and was used for reducing tomato skins to They Make Aun.ras to Order. I such as hid no legal basis.ant The com- thae of America at Chicago Thursday ,, the finest mother-f-pel The

4I. It is a work of 145 pages, devoted to driven through the btreets with both feet pulp. In this connection attention i missioner concluded thus: "I recog- it was decided to holdthjnext convention shells of a single oyster been

'. "Tho Phosphate Industry in the United hanging out. He was carried to the I'I may also be directed to the fact that Artificial miniature auroras of the bo- I nize to the fullest extent my sole dutyis ., in PhIllelph the second weekin known t weigh a much a fourteen

; 1 L.-i States," and is divided iuto three governor's mansion and was met by I I the skins of peaches, apples and pears realis variety have been produced by to execute and administer the laws were elect [ pud The utmost economy and

i. ..4.,' chapters, as follows: I. The Industry: Mrs. Freeman. He didn't appear to .. can"be handled in a similar way. Af- both Dc La Rive, the French savant, and as they are enacted, fairly and honestly ed officers for the year ensuing: John ae exercised i cutting; up the

i in Florida. II. The Industry in South realize where he was, however, and, iter I reducing them to pulp, sweeten Lenstrom, the Swedish astronomer. In I interpreted." McFaridge, Philadelphia, president; I shells, each part big mode t serve

: '+', Carolina. III. General Statistics of recovering, he again pulled his pistol, and add a littleflavoring, cinnamon or Professor Lenstrom's experiments, which R. R. Donnelly, first vice president: t some particular,purpose. Jhus, from

:' :; i th|> Industry. Nearly one-hulf of the but made no attempt to fire. He was I cloves, can and sell as apple, peach or were made in Fin Ian the peak of a high pension tMOV George H. El Boston; E. E. Colby, I a single one of good .size will b. ob

:' .k -vwhime is devoted to a most comprehensive put to bed, but left for Laurens in tho pea sauce. This is excellent for pies mountain was surrounded intervals with with tin a coil nibs.of They are opt N. Y. ; J.H. Brce, Nashville, Tenn. ; I te. penholder, a pistol to

13 '. i autlexliaustjvestatistical study same intoxicated condition. Irby'. and deserts, and prevents what might. The wire,wire pointed was at then charged with electricity e i P"sa"d I P. H. Tierma Kansas City; Jamet tee knife handles, a poker chip different -

t of Florida phosphates:; and in his pre- conduct excited much comment in Co- otherwise be a waste. brilliant Murray, Toronto, Ont., vice presidents a and a half buttn
: fatory letter of transmittal Commiseioner -|lumbia. __ _ -- whereupon above the a mountain. in which appeared The ram i naval warfare i blend in the order named; 'Edward &.-Washinffton Star.

." : Crois Fertilization: in Orange ( rove,. noir be the thing. Waddy Richmond Va. oj
: Wright says: spectrogcopic analysis: revealed the green t secretary;
: Trade journal are noting the fact Some interesting facts regarding Ja- Charles Bnsa
"Thechielmaferialiothforthe text Cincinnati treasurer.
characteristic in ,
ish so

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r. BMOORB CouNTY 1ELERftPH..J Cooraged by the people to occupy i irIi 9'.i LEGAL NOTICES.www.ww 0 e c-u.p:: atioxa. Jib exi..s e s -

their time with it to tho exclusion 1fsa Notice of Attachment.VOTICS RS OET- OF OCCUPATION LICENSES iwned from the office of the County Jndj? of Bra
.; t PUBLISHED EVERY FR1DA AT of- affair ford County, Florida for the period beginning and ending on the fcll./wlnr; fesprrtlve dat-a:
more important Among is hereby given to A. T7. Nichols and j

Ir*' BT&BRE. BRADFOKD COUNT V.FtLORIPA.-1x. tic matters lost sight of in that foolish X35fi3;*.,.-c.-.*- A. -* ..-. :: f* ali ctber persons Icteivstetl that tha White | Jfo. of'License.. To whonyrranted... For n ha t purpose Peod From. (if Licen'e.To. forSrote.Total for Co.,

i. auTTBtws. B. y. i 5 : t Sewiajr ilr. .*hr! ? C-->r.ij-any, a corporation, has
r cunlhct was the appropriation ) 1 Starke Drug Co. bruggiit Oct. 1, 12 Oct. 1. 1893 5 500 $850 '
*ii eooucctxiHl a suit; ajph-st A. \V. Nichcs! in the o J<7 Alvarez Merchant S. w 1000
S : i4 soo
; 5:1 i i
Editors and Publish ecsJ for an exhibit at the Columbian, | 5 : .. i iifi Circuit Court fur Bradford county. Florid, by 3 J LOaskins DrujrvcistJterchitnl 500 SM .
i.--- : 4 T Sweat
exposition. For months previous to f-r-; i'rtfi: attav-liia tie piuprrtj of ?fia Kichols! situated S N J Jones Merchant .. .. 1000 500 500 350 .
SUBSCRIPTION fl.OO A iEAU. -- la said county for th<- rurj'oc of ooKectii'u the _. T A Knight Merchant 10 00 5 00
the assembling of the session of the %fevw HS* feY'C i sum cf one humlre-l aivl fry fv>cr Uo'.I.irs Jue Iteiherp-er 1>icbardVred Merchants '. 1000 500
0, 'j. I S Marti i CoB Merchants S 300 159
: ttotLc White Se jl.ichice from -
**:. Entered tn t\e Fotofficc at 5V ( matte ; I raid A.V.. XL-lioU an-i ills said A. AV. Xichols 10 r) Miner JewLer .4 ', 3 00 150
rooni CMIM ) I
tfStarkc. .
4 couomy had been preached from 1- - -- [ aiid all other pra.mu* 4ntfrest are cotifleilto 11 W WSapp Merchant 300 150 5.
< 12 V,' L Blair '' 800

t Fin., Sept 1MM18O3.FLOEIDA. very house top and we firmly be- ,1. L. G ASKING.Drus appear 1"9J.: to saM THE action V.'nrrK 1i Jlon-Iay.ScviijLvcaiss Niivem''t-r Co.Gth U 1 tViili.imi CM Sparfeman Sons jc&Co.Co. Merchants Liouor Merchant Dealers *"* 60o 10 00 o ZOOS SO 160*

hove that if a popular vote had been IE.tT.t t'; Avg 4 tos. 6JItNotice !5 DW PinhotrterBUnton Merchant SOO 150

is to have two days at Ii; i Cameron Merchants ** 500 S5ft
aten the result would have sns- & Medicines 17 0 W You- g Druggist 300 ItO

lljc World'* fair. Truly florida is of Attachment. IS Bunch DyalR Merchants S. S 500 3&a
tamed the action of the legislature !. I.., U L Cherry Merchant 300 ISO
a great state. If the Ls&LtLR% a.t1hyicia4' t 'VOTIfE ha hereby riven to (?eorsV.. Kirple. 20 W F Edwards Merchant '* 300 1M
in making no appropriation. !>rest rijiioii.sf lately doiBsc bc.vjr.rss umler the name ofOo. 21 Win Mitchell .Merchant 300 150
tBusisiss 'V. Hippie .t CA.. juvi all othe.- in- : Walter WiUs Merchant *- S. 300 ISO
i is ooining tloug1iout people have lost in the game they .:, '1//v 6 l a i 1 C WeUbJ Lirery Stable ** 1300 780

them suit against Ucorge .V. Hippie, lately doing C4 AT Andrews Livery Stable 1500 TSO
the ponntry an l the cry of hard me no one to blame save busints a Gtorge W. uirpI. Co.. In tIe :tS W H Pavers '/ 3Isrchaot 1000 BOOM
C4)wty Ju.g's ( ourt Ec'tdford County. :. W X Meacham Merchant '* 300 ISO
times is a thing of the p&f>v| selves. They encouraged the legis- r1 Fiormia! ty att.ehn Ui: prcpertv of the said 2 Trubytcnburg.o. 3ferchaus -* 1500 730

atureju its failure to make an appropriation J ) jYiLL\J i! (itorqe V iippIi. tteiv sc.in! as :: Truby Jt Davis Land & Loan Ag'U 1300 73*
George AV. Hippie & Co.. tor the purpose cf collecting O J Griffin & Co Merchants ** 3 oo i ea
THE president has appointed Hon.W. and certainly that failure ninety nif <1clars! and ninety-two 30 J P JlcCuiley Merchant .*- .5. 1000 300
k 1 rent* due II VTimherly from the said .!eorse :31 Shipinan Jt Fisher Merchants 1000 BOO
B. Hornblower, of Ne%> York, to handicapped the W Hippie lately ioir.:; bu.'int-w as fl-orse W. 32 L B Rhodes Attorney-at-law 1000 008
governor. WatcdkiithJewier.y I Ilirplr i Co. and the said Gee \V. Hippie 33 Morgran Bros. Stationery '* 300 150
fill the vacancy ou th* supreme us dii'JLB? j and all other persons i-.t-t>rested are notified t<> 31 J I.v view of the fact that Dr. Gas- ; appear to said action ci Moiidar. November :35j W L .urn.ners Merchant ** 300 250
bench. Cth 1333. II. C. Vnnxu.y. R f J Ware Merchant ** 5 oo a so
_ V tins was n member both the 1891 Sept. 23-nt rbincLr.Iater's H C Parker Merchant 300 S50
?8 R M Williams Hotrl 500 250
are being Jto-have and 1893 sessions of the legislature ::i) GIroLthagen Merchant .' 1000 500
Florida creditably represented in ) Sale. 40 J U Johnson Merchant 1000 500 'ii
Times-Union him in 41 J J JOneS 300
the places a MerchantJlerchar.ta ISO
"irtUK of
cud hy a decree of fore- .
the way of an exhibit at She fair on rrST'SH and sale iiiy! made end entered I: Parmenter Bros. 500 350t
rather attitude when it .3; Willie Thomas 300
MerchantMelchin's 5
peculiar taze July 17th 1J-SI3. m &r.>'. l.y the Cirunt Court cf
$ ; 44 Odom Bros., 1000 500
October 9-Florida day.Fz.oUIDA's the State of Florida. an1r BradrorJ
ID; ..
credit Governor 45 -4
makes him to OtlojnBres., Merch.uiW 500 ISO
appear In 11 certain eaii>e in taan ri tirrtn! ; pvsvlinsr.terei.i C R .. .'
Mitchell with thf full blame of t?. P. fn".v i is ;.; .; ;, and J. LKdvyarri 447 J W Ensey HotteesM Merchant Merchant .. .' 1000 300 150 600
senators ar? playing
and Iiiia Edwards. isis wue. are de-j .
4SJ'J M Dnjorei-3 300
Largest Assortment of feiiuacts. I n'U M-l! to the highest bidder for I Xerch uitR 1511
Florida's failure to bs '
mummy to the Queen's taj>te. Pos- properly rep cash ui front of j.he. evurt koiibe door in the j Jonas H.illLiddon -sUuraatMerchaiit 500 2 5QIK
30 A Matthews 370
gibly its a case where\silence is9ldeu. resented at the fair. Dr. Gas-kins Watches Clocks and town Monday of ia Staike November.i'i the 1TO.said! the county same on ItJiss the first the Cl J Lee MotesBradford Jeweler Jan.'.1,1S93 225 113
A trinicker 225
and oth day ri said month and a lrjra.1 sale day. daricg 3erctnt 113.
dear Deader \\c worked for an appropriation, ::3d Bank 2000 1000
Banker l&K.
[Really, the lesal hours of sale ou that day aI! that i 4 County Oct 1. "
beg pardon.] nobody knows better than he that jewelry certain lot and parcel of lam lyic on.I beta? 11 j 5. James M W Turner T Wills .Merchant.ttt'y-atIav 1000 300 000isa J'
your the town of Lake THu'er in BruJf rd county I f $
i Bennett & Co 500 2
a favorable vote on the question was State of Florida and described ou the map or | MerchicJsllerchacts 500 saThonias 511iIQCie.4eis -'

SENATOR TELLER dijrided the Special attention given to the repairing plat of said town and recorded in the PublicILCIY.rdS Jc Sons Merchants 500 250.
beyond the pale of human accom of siU county of iraiIz'-rd ami knownaa .. -
of the to jam noto of Clock? ar.tl Vr.itciusGood lot< twenrr-seveu f ) &.: press country ; before t .1 L 'rrcLzea Atty-at-Law 1000 900 :
Witb these facts
plishment. ia block e'ebt: {*). i-ffltaioia-tw-o )ncres. more
work 3otu' ut ivi: oiaMeO. riti' T R Sweat ilerthaat Jan. 1, l 100 50.lOtt.
riety. Before the press gts through us the TELEGKArn is not prepared i or less. Terms cash,pLmr.askr paysi S T. I.f ILLS.tr -r titles.JAJI tt2 O L Mizeil Merchant Feb. 1. "33 200 I
i batch of i St'f-t 'J1; =r Srtdn i'a-ter. Stephen Brown Merchaut Oct. lt 32 300 1 5'i
with him he will have
to believe that Dr. Gaskins author \V Young, j : :: Moore Dentist Julyl, *s3 Sot DeUrered
his ti"CJ W H Hollingsworth. Merchant Oct. 1, 'M 300 isft
notoriety calculated to iyur on ized the uncomplimentary passes Muster's ::!e.rry S F Gardiner La ail AgeTiSMsrchaat ** 1500 750as
GENERJL BLftCSSiiTHIi 6r; T H Bethea Sept. I, '33 u
stomach. mad at Governor Mitchell in lastFriday's PER and hy virtue..fa r'-e t.f forcclosj- STATE OF FLORID ISP
V tire anti salt duly niaJs! and ei.rer-d in and
Times-Union. The by th Cio.-ut C'ouit uf the Mite of Florida :uj I CUUST CF BfiADFOBD. iI.
Times-Union advices vituper- -c.'V :)-
growers Wni. F. do
j ant! for Cradfcrd ccunty. in a. s rt.n cauvi Maiphnrs. Countyjudgeinand forth*County and State aforesaid certifr that j r*

not to ship green oranges and the tivc portion cf that interview, we in chancery. therein "r.tcdiivhTein 1C U Dr';wI have the above obtained tabulated Occupation tatement Licenses is a true from and correct office exhibit of the-nil iktrnse persona and their bejrinmuj occupations on the who.lit S
( )( ) i-\RKEi.( ) I is eofj !n-innt omi jIiO1)iI s. \Vnns and Sarah I II my dunrjf year
advice might be heeded ij-ith profit. think be put down as another cr,.. hs wife. ItC te.fl.1.rts. I riI t'i totht day or October. A. I>. l JK. and ending October 1st, A. I). 103, together with the duration and respective
may i Liht'-t hjdjerVor ciii!i"n'f- f :hu't costs of such licenses. :$
demoralizes loLuit-il; at tl.-oM ii.'liop. where he lu testimony whereof!. as Courty Judge efore aM. do hereunto aet my hunt aa4
Green sour fruit the of the T.-U.'s anti-Mitchell spasms j Li.Uie "lie f.-st !< ia Nu\cr.ibr-r, I'-UJ. f.-.AL1 official seal, this, ths 26th.day of September. A. D. 1KM.V .
is pn.pared Jo mi'ue: :r ri'pnr ;.!! kiails ofiri'U county ou in 'ay
market and detracts froi the fame the saw bi-Ii.jf tl..' Uth day of taxi mnti! 011 a >31. F MALPHCRS. County Judga.J. .
PLAIN DIUCUTORS. tin or .\ od-vu2 k lie w ill inaKe ia-gal salo d i -. dun.'i ths UfSr .l hours 'f S'i'e ontha' ?
pf the Florida orange. J day. a."th? i.>li! >*,n. pi.-v". far:- I <-r tract
Following is the financial planks of you H .-ng.n nr i pr! you' coCTt-cpft; o' lend"s.ti.ata, Jyia.. r.nd t.ea. iu tco e.nuty >

makiv"i -v plow or repair: your Lur y: of Bradford. S-tale i.f Fl ruia. i.t iit->-.-r.ttl as W. ANDREWS *
THERE can be no w1I-founded the three political parties-democratic fi>I!<.\7sComniencinsr at n. rsheasc cowhrie ,
shoe j'.ur horse or sell you a. CbicugoAcrmot 2Iii'iM! >-trct-t crnsiem A s.ren ( ane tut j
Objection urged to bondirg. Direct republican and populist kii>'*n). ?ad rui M"..c vrrst tw ; Laa Sre-i aa 1 '
ir.N seventy-t'jur c-;*' tmt to a <'it--: thence Kouth I I.i.onu'
taxation for improvenujnts comes that pcllsd the votes of the people <"v. V.r. r-rircp it will p-Jj you to : th- -aiil Itch two hundred an-J tvety-j Livery, Feed and Sale Stabies.
five ) teet. Jhor.ce tfi.it two hundred and I
too: hard on the {individual, of the United States last November: rind out :til iiU.ut ILlS \vindnitll. us it cuni Setnty-InI c.Ti feet to at vke rn turlnwei-t j

i be used for 'IntV"er aide: t : vstnci (.uame cot kr.ovrn thence ] THE FINEST TURN OUTS IN THE CITY i
but we must improve y progress. DEMOCRATIC FINANCIAL PLANK. :iupr.rin.te p.iwtr north ;', .nt U.e v-t-sr s- e.t -.i.! tre t two ,
can be put to.Vhen juu sue in to\\n hundred and tv.entvfire <(2:) fret to lUe f iioe I
Therefore bonding is n absolute We hold to the use of both gold cull .tnd Icaru all etft'uL it. It does r.r.t or rpgir.nms: t.-iBir a fractiou part o: the

Necessity. \ and silver as the standard measure take a wajr-jn l Ii'Si uf in >ney tu pwrh-i e corih.Vrs: rj'iartf of t.e vjuthwe -juarttr of Prompt Attention and Reasonable Charges.Drummers' '%;
sevLtju tsveiityii : m.m hi ttY% L1.L.q) SI m6,
of the country, and to the coinage one but It i< worih! a big: pxkct full invoti. sotuh t..rause tvettj-f.vo Ciet.. .up o eiltoowrt'am

IF the class of people vjho are now of both gold and silver without the t.wn about of tarice..;i.e fere.Ti-i-n bt-r. r c-iaJt.sri.l Situate_ srh..vrIayi in i Teams and Draying a

attacking Gov. Mitche? continue discriminating against either metal GE4 VL YU'C, a f..r fif -I.*:!--** r.
nt. Lath. I Jjjt; bt'tcial jlT'NDini Specialty.
and without charge for mintage. Starke -
their assaults the governor, if he is ,

not already so, will soon become the EEPUBLICAX FINANCIAL FLANK. 3Later'i Stabk" iu Brick Building Cor. fall and Thompson Streets, One Block fr

'- The American people from tradition d and r.y -.rte cf a decree of the from Depot.
most popular man in rhe state favor metallism L. Hoc. li. i!. Call. Jadescf tu Circuit
and interest
hard (''jurt "f the 4'h /-'dictrl ircult of Finn U inar.
Gainesville Sun.] That's a and the Republican party demands .I for I i railtorcuuaty.! tu ciuinctry ;tiicsrnaOe Stare Plorid.a..
Turn the other ao-i n-ndi-reti! at chaniber i1 the city i.t
slap. cl\tek. the use of gold! and silver as the *.t.i.kstiivtUe! in s.iid circuit ou iLe 20th clayfu'Jvt. .

standard with such A. D. ic)3.! in a certain uiue in aid
SENATOR TELLER that all the money provisions rc44t urt peailis.qr wh'-rcm C. B. IValo at al .ire
says as to be determined by legislation a >'fl.4L1fl.'t' an.; Corner L. PteW; and wife are ,
dead aid in -1ef'stI.t3.! appoicti ;: and empor.vrics nsea->
fditors return
great are will secure the party values of the
I ..-
--j;Kial nia-t--r ui ch.tncy f. such purptrt -DEALERS IT1EEIGi :;-
a great many editors h&ve assured two metals. .Z'z I nUl s-i1! j iii tn nt of tfif front door of !lr? court
I bcu-e at Sturfce in =an! cou-itv i.nltpt1 on th-
the gentleman that a!| the great POPULISTS FINANCIAL PLANK. -*:. .::_ :. hi&t Monday r>f Octuoi-r .1 D. IS'Jo, the <-- :.. G-IA.JEi 'N iISTES t
,. ,. : being the 3J day of san r.i.m'h and a leg iJ -aie
senators are in the same\\ boat. Un We deiuind free and unlimited --- ..1c I 'laWitiii'i the ieul luurs of an.l h-esr bidds-r for ca.il! thy f-,\\iasde-cnbi-d fOK.V .... .... .... .... ... .... 2 Oil 210 '
dcr the present condition of affairs coinage of silver and gold at the I I real estate belon in 0' th* il"feiiuatj, to wit: GINS .. .... ............ .... .... .. .. 2X( 250 *-
legal ratio of 16 to 1. & SOU Ad; that rtn; pie'-e, pun-el or tract ft l.tnd'ling Kl'X... ...... .... .... ..... ........ .. 200 2 SO '* w
present S. HftCKS ........ ... ........ '
the people believe that J the editors U. an 1 brin;? m thec "iptv of Bradford and APPLE BR.4SDY. 2W 3 U)
I,, It seems strange that while there L'S. stat of clorii.! kn..wi and dejcnLcd en the rEAcn .. 450 300 -
- are right on at least one*point. _ZiYVATtTS 07-- piiUIit. recor.i-; of sail county as the south-trmt WHITE VTHEA.T WHISKEY ....350 )

-TT J 1 M-* is such unanimity among the masses quarter .sw ijiof the nrtLeat quarter (ue'i)
Doors Sash Blinds Sculdlags cf sectio Uvt- (-ection 5>. Town-hip seven PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO ALL ORDERS. JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
THE first number of J'londa Life, thre should be such division among (tp 7) south r f ran:e t\ver.fy-tno east t.;. r. '!'i e.ii
; i ct-ntainictrf Ttv acres n--re 01- ivii. The put
r ;;
a handsomely printed little magizint their representatives in the national Building Haterial; "h.; >er wll Le ru jaire title. J- L FR-izee. 8TR1KEJ flORID/\\
published in Jacksonville, is on ou congress. The senate is debating a I htark. Hu ALi. SI. l-'JJ. Sp-'Ctal Master

: table. This number contains many question that has already been decided BDILDERS'JURDWARE.Window -
Blasters r ale.,
rare literary productions from the by the platforms of their par ; FLORIDA CENTRAL 6HD PENINSULAR RAILWAY. T
and Fancy Glass a TTNDERand by virtue c.1: a dt-cree ff f'-re.

pens of distinguished; FJoridians, ties instead of following the plain Specialty.CHAllLUSTON 1 -I closure and SAle duly made and enten d FLORIDA TRUNK LINE. t

and the future promise even more directions laid down fcr them. July llth lu.i in and! by the Circuit Court 4th
S. C. Short Line to and South Florida.
-- Judicial Circuit, State of Flonda. in c..d fci- Tampa
Among the writeis wljo are listed
L Era.if.rd courty. in a ttrm cau-.e ia chinierrthertia STASDAHD TIME-JAN. 9. IfcWJ. TRAISS I'KOU JACKSOSTIIXE. FOOT OF HCCIAS Sxax T.
for future productions is Col. C. L.Vcck hAMPTON HAPPENINGS.As PI TT ) I) I per.Jn. wherei-: Jennie Hasanan amiX. ".
L JLj l)1i/LJ : .
r e ;iur. POCTH.WiSTERN SOCTH. xoanuSo.
D. Ha unac. her husbani. are coupLuuaat.ani .
T of this city. Florida Life it bas been some lime since we have J ? -- DIVI'IOX. -- SOCTUEBS DrTLSICS _-_ ;
JIary Ilopkin? and Thomas Hopkins her : 10'Xo.. 2 yE,. IIN0. 6 : ;o. 3to. 7 8No. 4
1? published monthly jind the sub seen anylkiog from our little! city and ns S. I i. Cotton Gin husbcnd. ar-j defi.dant I wiLt sell to the Ui, htst ,
it that Eolus" bas lest his bidder :or cash in froi.t ot the court hou-; > BWjil 70'aUOTal Lv.. Jacksonville. .-Arj S'"p ( 4aouraLv...Fenian eciiption price is lay sar. Address seems gifted doi.r in tin.tov.a of Starin .said county of : Tca Lv.....BaWwin. ..-I.vi TIZ 9tb \:- \ 'ri I'a Lv..aflahan..Ar 31Xp 7 SCa.
repotoriul pea, vs thought we would give I Br-iiiford ', 'St-rte'iiber 'ii. 8.J3. the v.n eI 55.a Ar..Lake Cuy....Lv] t5i.irLrr ilii s-K.\ Iz. Ar. .aJdiiin..Lv 2 lit, 54& .
Publisher Florida Life, Jacksonville, piir! r.r'riir rJ--i ;I b-.ir you a few of our hajjjjmnirs.Busincs I Mii..tv.! durtn.: ll.e"le ".! h d.sot g tU'o.s lid : '5.L Ii Ha Ar.... M.tt i-'n. ..Is. 4Op 215i "j>''l t&iLv.Jack'.cIte..Aj 'awp esotSJ6a
Florida. J l'tc'o .. 3J.T 1 TC< ."trriLv .Baldwin. .....LT 2cv
is bejrinnin to improve an- -ny.! ail tl lOat2. i ...Lsi :1 j Lv... Siarkr.Ar Lv 415a
Bradf"ru ai.d lOlp12S5p
WHILE iu Jacksonville last Thursday cur city will) soon be booming. Slate ol i lori.i and described :u follows: Fi.e :; : p ........ !: ...... i4y sit: It : ; .'iaO ............Lv 38e '
The health in the community is gont-r of the .-owiita.- Dr. J. L. GaskinSj this city Farmers are complaining of uccilhig twutv one ("1 '. to n-iip! six {t3.$ south -I-- L1a .......... ....... lllTa. 210* ";tlOOfc
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of r..nK tww.ty tw si.!> east. cor.tami.s forty I 1jaiip Ar..Fenacota..L i'a :43p isp .r .sther 5rixgs..Lv
was interviewed bv thejeditor of the rain very badly to help strawberries. ; ,.- ,.,-%- Arre. in-'r..r ftss Terms i-a-h, iirch fin The photographerlvj has been in ; i1:: i- for t. ,-. JiHi T. % uxs.Aiirf .t3A Ar..ewOrkans..L., atit :iImj,.. 4ir..Wi1uwt.od.: L; wii USE
'limes-Union forard. ft ". jla I ITo ..I 4 541Ar.. .LacoorI.. .L lM
ngardinpth. town >r some time has left for oilier MM h'VA-KK7V7l I ITiy 4, !'> epecial ;er -- b'pIfmp
til >! :4:1) ...... Oa, 54L..Uw-nsbtru.! ..Lv La SISpStitp
-:i M.re "ie haJ ba poatporscti u QIi j Ar..Jaesor. ,
n.uch .
the of
*.; f an, exhibit to I t1ie. World'sair. p'trts regret our loafing iri'lf I iiiiU'd l ;i- -t\t; <' t ,1, \. Tiiii ia.- (.f Ii>,.t oer. I'y i. the same bein; : .r........ ... ........ :ul eiil. .. ..Lndet2iry .. Lyiisi
tib the tr-21i.u-ttv! : ina J Re.'tJ r..St. Lau..L.'. ... :ka* ..... LT 'iLta Wp
( The doctor has recently returned .Mr. atid 3Irs. Blnnton have reUmif l foj tin.' :j.iM\i' { C.lit1.l < > ;iti-<, i JA2SS T.VILS.. c-Dtftia! lloatc-r. 4 n r .AE .. [ r ..Tan.ra ...L 5A. itp

from Chicago aid is enthused from a visit t the World's fair. They kee1i* on hnn-J :i full IIP| y uf Is:>MASYILLKVTlt tT I-- KtVTE.Da.l ; .! .. ..Ar siii'p '
rep'rt a grand time Notice i ------- :( .: i- ... .Le.EtlJg..Ar S4i 91Upi

by what he *a\v and n*>w more than Miss Jlyui tmith. who his been visiting EXTflS Eft.Mz.r _.___.:>_. _ -----i- ,. .; i.i .; t: I ... IjYtoStr.. ATi. $14a flap ;
the family of Mr. B<:arl Beaslev. lids ETEL TS HEEEIIY GIVEN that tink'S1*rood cau-e is ;, .)J ..... ..... .. .... .. La : 4 .. ... .IEIi.A ...Ar ; 6 Up.315p
ever realizes the necessity of a credItable i sho\\i to the contrary. 1, VTm. F. Malphuis. S4aa Lv iv \. I Ai COa

: returned lo her home much to the regret County Jui.Ve. in aii'i for the county of 3?'a: Lv....... ...Lr-J.e.1Jv I it... ..... At. il ..... A r. .ttUtt-r iaik..Lv12'riAr _.. .. 2 Op
exhibit of our) productions.Ju of our dear T ua. *Ti + .. AA .1 A I Lradlord. btltsrof Florida. Dillon the Jth day Ilia; Lv ...7-iontue in .... ... .. 3t5tCtII...... .. % .. ... ...._ 1CLQ
Messrs. Boss and Hugh Williams, ofYidtlO. ol c --ptemhti-. !). '*:V3. ouiJ-e an order ccnSna- 1 15r f.r...... Thc ia.-Tille.... .AAr 137pj! .
: the interview it ws urged that \ beautiful "suberb Lake J'itv HorMa.1FF lag tie w>z to estate of >Itr- J4' ; Lv........ .Montgomery. ........Ar ?lt IT.. ..Waldo_ ..Ar ....
our was in : : the .\ ("..ker. ttfo.-1'.se-t. I tv.I and i-iade by CaaKL I201n[ LvLv ,rn'er.'t1'tr s..i -_- 'a t : -1 ... C8ineSTile..i.Lf! -

samples of all manrjer of fruits, town Tuesday. Fildts. us ciri::>isiontibttors th court aiIa ............ : %; ... ... ...... : : ......y J1 r-r ....Arcler. .....Lvit 1140e.. .
and field be Mr Will liiUon. president of our loafiug '. Ui : t'r rn"i I 1o1le J'Xr ia the town ff atarfce. fetate anti 12 Up Lr............ ......... ... Lz.;. ... E.-.>I.....Ce,' r Eejs ...Lv ,....

,. vegetables products at club, expects to start south at the liir1 juSIl riu! u I I County, n-l>forpsei will then en and tne th<31 re day ptjike of an Apnt.oiv'cr A re-lIdOJ ) ........_.._ ... t'L. tt .'srartu-f ._: t-xo 11 ii'ay.at3:40p.Di.f .

once forwarded to Jacksonville to bfjri iiuing ut the orange eion.: I q'li-i ?- --.f.-J C'/i-i'i-.s-stjatr tn ex.--'lte to J. J Pitiimu.uff. i-er.- f vv :? < ;. .1 j c. Tt i TO i. sle Minesleave.
: tlvrt-. thI'tir' -vr nt fjdwJe: a & .ud .-?- \ i .j; t i-pi fvausT at 4:30 a, m.It .
We will (.14c.e fcr this time and proise : :
massed and ehippr) l to Chicago MrcI svff cjc.'f if; ii m tt! >- f.wiru;: tiecitfd ... 1. _. ... .., i ? f.t r i t. 11 'ri t. tu3 f JtJBlS-
to tlo beLie i.eil time but uou'ul like to l:-wil: L'w.t t'i: ;c-l r* .. ilr nudl u'i I Irmtnbe TII !k5 OTU :O sc -4- ia time for eshSbitiiijh on Florida i _2i-; :_ 'ester.t Sunday, at Cgnres Lown. Leaves
of don't mud .
&iytatl-c boys to.vu. get ; < t. .vj'i'.uix C> t'.ZrIit.J)
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October 9th.The | ultra vve Ml about! to se S.t:x i -. .- ? "ut '*" cU.JS j FKItSNJtNA AND c-CMBiHLANi_____ > h .>U1tl Ovu-do aedily.at.Oa.r.; Winter Park at j
idea ij you going your .
day- .
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Vu. If. jLpkrrIc ; rTvYii ''Vn ril'\o =i arrivii!,; Crlaadcat tOa.m.tI.aveS
?irls. Are y..u ashamed uf them? Ir you *> vU! s. !H 1 ant! .:.ji.vr! at JOL nitrtst ta I tt.r. j-.Jf.-.3 Crjunty, a. P__ .-------.-- '_i:._:_: C'riliedotU J t 5e p.m..artiviEK ',inter Vatkt
jroo'l one and the farmer* of this! do gel ma.i ail \vc hive t say is. just : ;i.flPns ..I-_ ;; l3aaLv..Js.'hstjs iKe...Ar j i: >p* T0: 'att.Z5p. m.- Ovirdu.6tvp.m. -

county should sec thrit we are well! Jet Vr rwsr", fur \vu are going to tell ju.-t anti Feru-.UJtl.r- I v.-2ip TSi-a TI'Ojl 4tkpLv.Ovaiaso* o.ArIOUfft 550p

the Siir.c. kgan : ti4 Trains on the Ferna ilin.ajii ('u.meritnd 1OaI! 3t'ilAr..t'unneuoa..Lv 905&800a 340p
represented. Label Uie. goods with Hoping tnbetr from ..Eolus arr-iin in 1 flCa j44i>.Ar. .-HercanJo.. LT 8a 22ip
m-KKBY OITEX that un'pss good cam. f. H'I I route leave Jacksonville! and Ferpaudma daiJy j Invtrneas..Lv
.: your name, postoftlcejaddresp, etc., the near future and wishiug the TELEGKirn For lexs money tha any house ic the Stat t sa-jv.-n u? tin atrwry, I. VFc F. H.it. IJ..TJ-. j excef.t iunJay. Connects at Feruainiiiia fur j.i j. 8 35p|Ar.. .Homosesa.. LT t3a ..200p.......
a ioog and pn-simbus 'life weeziaic. We p sArarniuai.ts i j t t> tss rfrrw-x-'i/tw!. County Jmifre in anti 101 the county ct Bm _, _.___
-- and bring them in lo bo forwarded. : Yoars re-spt'Cttnllv I ;:: v4- will' =;-!( a t' .vr..i or tjrz-n u d"y honest -ri. State uf Florida, wilt ue tike 2ka J.t> vftuber. i Dung ncess. Curaberl:wid Ia3d.. JokylI iLtn.i ; 5 T ii1!! b.a.ptLv.Lacooehee (0 ).Ar- -4 9 45a iO25p
,, Miar donjai 011 tne! ar.-i if not wtti- There is now only tenldays in which fl1o; PETzr. \b ) bi : r.-gIt; t.t w iltiir of Iaj.itf> I'kKigiEi ? to estate o Jauir Z. I land nuking coiinreti-jus tor Mtcon ,itlact" j $24a 32P Ar TarpoprjrigArt. Sutherland...,Ar}| 7Ota 747p722JX
t Bt-vi'i.: i3<'!:<-.:.'c.!. i.-l.l aJ ra iie by tasL.. J CtatlanoosiA' A northern and wt-s-teTi point. i ArCl<-arwa'er... Ar S43aI
V to accomplish the work, but immediate Eucklen's Arnica Salve. Cash or en; [ s208!! ] f.,.:. t - :.- : -RT. ijefore the I'-Kirt bcu-e j S. nuay train leases JafUhonvu.e S4t) & m. I II to Ar. St. Petersburs..1 UpI
r i-i !n inw.i t>f Ntarki-, St. W an.! c unty : eot'neetGfl. Leave -- -
action will do irj a vast deal The foot salve iu th" world for ent J.J i .1 cc tJ.s: '(i .i&y nI .t i "!'.. -*- 1'. 1-8. and I ('-aztWitia .iV'u Arrives Sat s nviUe 5 15 p m. ? 7anl;* daiiy.3and 4daiiy.ezceIISnad7.
bruises', sores. ule rs, salt rueum, feifr Shtvi iltisKr. S'TiI'si.- 1m.-.. !H.WI. ?SAcvtji (taita', nzl t1I a; -i tufreiu.ik- n ''Tucr te4uIrnZ I rut l !nA.U sieepit: '-arsrrjDs\vl--ito Acai't..aud!4| Trains! on O. B. ad S. S .0. Jt G.daily,excepI
of goo l J otc,., teller, chappttd haa i** chillu1*, >!iMII ] .n : icf, ?;tijyt JMLI Instru *a. j cutnsswoucr to txecut- J, J fcnr >a.urcljiser I A'i-iitu. Cincinnati and Na.satiie. |iMncay.
niPnt Cj-'ii A j-wV j.-; to H i Ir jn-J i'iitno. :
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corr.H aua ai! sin! and o-si- ; tflie pjei at said saleRootl and suilicinsftjf
eruptions, i> Sii.i xt r.;
TIr ( ch 'f em L-Io at Un ceats p-r
Jlacoa and .tthnta.
i :1e toilowlnR Uest-riWJ Jan will of course admitted that tively carJ>il"i<, or no pay required. It F'-'r'y.r r ':<>;> :,.r il <0Ar.v
Th Ji of i 'i two (2* and tot three (H). section 1
I j No.iXo biai NO. 5 NO.
Is rfe--t tt T'J.'j Kj u'il"-' at C5 to tTi
Kiisrantcea .o give p salisf.iion irC"t t
tiertt >. twt.cty (tlJjMist.
MX C-j townah.p
: Florida made I .-ir. I ( range
mistake in.uot li> hir>
a n Si
grLat or money refunded. Price 2&ituts jerbox. __., |t rrr W- r.:&ALPwts.mny .... ... .... ...... ....Jsckorsmt .. ....... ..... ... ...... 40&i5a 830p
jdaciug a nifts ficont disphy FT4lo l ly Starke Drug I'o., i.na ( J u.Ige,Bra'Iforl County, Fla."Silvr S:5Ii.eavP.... .. .. .... ...... .... LaKe City .... ........ .................trtive : 8Sp850a
j John A. Kin;. .Liko nailer. tIsricuiiurnt i *JarIsfM\: ; !US', -- Florida.VJ Aug i 4 i, : : ...... ..... ...... .. ...?-iac x ... .. .......... ... 10 Up O3IF'p
of her products .>H! exliibituin at -- ---- -- ; .i'ALeae ................ ... .... ....Atlanta.... .. .......................
,, 122.ij ... ..... ........... .... ...... .... ...............Jrrire loop 15Ga90Sp
the World's iair. K;;it |it H utterly lIurha Coczc. w Le 82i. iptArrit. sshvi1I'- .... .... .. ...._....... Levei 740&

uonSeuMcal to ciitipise Gove.-noi The Slutr Agnrnllural College tt Lake q i ii \ ID C'ir.ui; Cv ui", Fotvi?. .J i i til <.irctu ofFV.ria. Daily thr'mph PuI'man *Topers Jav.-ksonTii'e' to Nris'ovi'.Von! Nos. ian-t d.SOI .
Cuy opens OctoUr' umltr imstiacoumciog ; 1q:; : is M. s'i-i-i Com.: K Oi qua! after AV>v.-Ji'tA. 'car rxptft toharfa TArtrwjH Car also e* ovr morning tramvt
: of JtcJtaonviHe.a'r that ourp.fre. frtun tke i. u'A fciU *it*
Mitchell for the of sndi i S J. Tnn-a'l :
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ewi you wear th: j? Vfhcn: next li need try a pi>. I 13a.tt:: E Ji'I I UOUBLf DAILY CONNECTION WiTH ATLANTA WITHOUT CHANCE.

exhibit. The legislature made noj i j-rtsiftent rttnl ttirictor. wa* formerly picsi sst In tho iicrk!. I r 1;' ..-.-. I Tk..-r Ofrr-.<(}\;. Ray St., corner K.-ffan. Dvpoi i't of Ko an St JucksenTffie.
*-, i ulei.t MI.! dnoclor <>f th Muh'gnn b'' and : .i. Pr.oTi>T.7 TraaicJIanarer. A. O. 2lAcIX S SELL.Gen.
Appropriation ajiy school boy I Agricultural I'oiVee f.ic nmctng th* u."sSj .

should know that thss left the j j succisfu! in ;ihc i Uuited Sittys. He will 4.Of ;
govvrnor x.rjc T.' :* -rur t-.t iTo SOCIETIES. >! ice.OIX .
I 1 bfe asslsiti! b> an able aud tsi erieisced ,i tt.Z- rt) o
without powcn to act in the 9U' MB'-r } J--f':>- t't ... -n ; :u-.tti. *
: LicutStri'I MONTHS a'ierdsteiwii
faculty. A. Swokf a grjdUile . present myac-
A I' : T'I.- '.-. .- .-, No 42 f & A-
: Brsdfordodgs. *
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t&is it V% t 1'oidt. will l 2.S8 figs? I { I counts anJ Touch*rs to the flonWin. F,
rcmies. Besides the v e conimmdant. gi f .
supreme | 5 I j ii-n t i ', 11 rf, ?u 'uv v t i- .A MeftTturvia. : h: 'i :be'cr" Ii"th1rl Mi.u hurs. nt'n'ty: Judte in an.! fo.r the county
j The coluLpj! will be oxn to both SeXeS, J J.iA I tn'' of tfl-i Jv.rdvJ Mate of Florida, M adrUristr-
tnoraent for Florida? to have made'ier and Meno: ;raphy, pe-wri'ing. |>eJ man- 2.25 .43 ] &? i ... f *- oT &. ti -. '-< i. .... kv- r "Ct ze. .. tj; V/ :*. F tiLPli V.M. t w for the! S.5.3 r.decf ae ) appropriation ]&tcs back i fchip..and t, full commercul conr><; taught. -. -!<->!.! '- >ml i J i.- .: .1 he M -c O / \ N. D.Watiaoar.cc. for final sttft-m nt mud ask for a final discharge
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I ) --V. .n. til. 5-' '---iuM.i.lbi! lift />>* art i\i saiJaUrajn-.stntui* K. TCIUICK.i. .
it 'vill be well to iem -mber th.it this is .. .
Gbveiuor i .! |t'A-'I t- -i tr*. June .CoAJmkJ&trator..
years previous to Mitcli .. "lay L'dzi No. 1O, J O. O. F.CTgr .-
{i not a local but a state usthutiun. rnd is It :htK >-'iX-p if -L oAssilweJ an.l a-l-
cll'a inauguration. In 1691 when open to jiupils: 1 1 oci all tcctioosof i'tori- i. i f.-.t t.P5; f : f, i .'alas. i aiUeyD.iyai.I metiig Tuett1ynht
di accotuntotlation T i.-; > >'" '.. rm't .' ?t the legislature hi'Itl hsve made i am pic. Tuition fre p. .r to t-! : c'11.- -L.u.z.is bI4 J! cittnyUj"; '.. 2 ient brthS.rsintiteI
[ to ail residents of Florida. Tor cutu- r i i-r- -- ui r KTi ;._; a liberal appropriation it \\a. busy Io:ijes address President O. Clu'e. Lake jouwactaSne D ;FSS ShOE, made lattaiaisct! I jt> ... '.. .".. t'<:f n't: rt'f a (ier. e i r<-> tv ta--- __.S.__ v;;. r. MALFKUH". N.O.; I ;ifli.; IHSUMSCE.upre .
ft ., 'hC &u.tm 1-1 iut./-t then F. J. Fito P and Srf. V. f'.
j I City, styles don't pay $5 to$3i try my $3, $3.50, J4.C3 cr .
making a donkey of] itself over the it -f- .-or.iertd tus! ibis notice iC yub- -.tiVRFOOL. LOXPON t CL B
I $5 Shoe. They fit equal tj custom mad?and look and 'I.'m! i!.e iir-iHru! Coontr Ttltapb. a PKOV1UFSCBVASniXGTOX, (.REEi
Call and anti-Call i ;ie- and we, the threads among the gold," I wear as well. If yoa wish u tccnom; e ia jour footwear, 1 I.-W-'L: : -r pu5>R"a
.1 Are a. sign that your' hair needs invigorating. j da so by purchasing Vf. L. Dongas! S'-oes. Na.e and 'iTT'y. r"!<.r..u. wte ac-It '.rt>'k for (cot coa- .:ix znonth 'tr date I shan *ppy! r> thas CVir.p'sis't Oioi people, were aidincf aul abetting Bcggs hair llenewer ecut'e Wet5 cm County Jwlfe of BradJorti county for Afiua. j co'intrforsui!?. ,
promotes price stamped ca tha bottom. look for it when buy
you In Wiinrff wher'o' I Lime fccrectto FLORIDA. .
settny < ist5jarfeaa ;
of :
erccutor tbs e'-tav of STARKi:
? (t in the work. : i'he taerabers a healthy growth of hair, prevents its fall- j Tr.I.IK>iGXA Brc.cit3a: Biaes. Soldbj band and ut ixtd :he sod 'f otr Circuit Cvurtoa John atirws. JeceiseO. late of Bradfon'

I iuoutorLurninggry. tk>ld and guarizi- tUs; the uUiday of August. A. !>. 183 county, for a final UUcharKe Of sakl estate.KIJLAXO .
Q' each fide of tha i kssfle were en- Ut-d by Starkc lru COnpan3.a HODUL 5t .%LAiEZSiariae; ana ELS.] w.T. Wis. .- THOM.VS. Ij.joc11: $1,00i t

::. HLATSTON A CA7IEKON, Hampton. I fcept. _I-, 45 Clerk Circuit Court. September 2, 1393. l ecntor. .
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Y.. .. .i- This Week ." Opens. aNew Season as Well! as a New Era; +. :

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We are in of the lines of' *
iir! rapidly placing position one cheapest

LfEV :. Dress Goods ever offered in this market. Our special painstaking .

in selecting patterns and qualities is our great inducement offering:

.'.:'.,'.r,:. w'- We only want your inspection. Goods sell themselves.

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; F- -P.- Ii' :aOFFM.A.l'f BSOS.3 Coirx Call arid 'WalzL-cLt St s_

I HAPPENINGS IN--THE 1 CITY. 1 New figs and raisins at Walter R ilk. N"E\\' RIVER TU3IS. .
For Dry Goods Gents' FurnishingsAND
r; T. A. KNIGHT'S Lunch. at He-inmingwr. hall Tnesl:..... J 'isteek the weather seemed as hot ,
!hotter than In mulsnmrner. This

Local Items Picked Up Hers i Sunday will usher October! into the I"r'(. the weather i is (h: 1glJtfuJ.I : -- --

;f Big Stock is Arriving. and There. II I year 1SD3.:!): --- I Mr. V". !!1. Parker went to LaCrosse,: on i

{I WalterVilIs keeps the finest' lineofI Tuesday;: of thin week tu purchase; goods GENERAL MERCHANDISECALL

we are informed. He is also having a
I fruits and vegetables.!
ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW. 1 fine bill! of lumber cut and expects, soi, OXR -

I Little KilbyNew ()m. t tLe a-year old Madam Humor says to erect :i magnili-

grandson of Colonel and Mis. L. B. cent residenceSuecess, to him.
j Matters that Have Occurred orlyjll I
Rhodes, died Thursday: morn!ug. Mr B. J. S.ipp: is preparing to com- 1c. SW6itAT
Occur in the Near Future iienrc ginning and this season'sb'.isinejs
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-Epitome of a Week's I Those wIlD advertise in toe TFLEGUAPH promises: to he :a good one. -

Happenings in Starke. say that it pnjs. What better evidence Miss Julia Fulch[ of P-O pct.l:1chu:1: : --
-- --- | is needed convince the skeplicnl.! ct'iinty. ria.. with Misses A.tanU! and

... This is tl:c time to advcitise. Lota Johns, paid our t-nvn a Mail last! THE RED STORE ON THE CORNER.

I Ii While attrndit.g! court next week;: makeit 55turd-t).

Notice the date on your paper. convenient to'call and get squire with The f-irmers are improving this tine Steam.Cookea Cow Feed .a Specialty.

A the punter. If you don't owe us anything v.eathei\l by saving ho( fleecy staple.
Buy your shoes from N. J. Jones.
call to see us finyway. Oflice over With deep sonow and regret we annOunce -

l.J.. Jont'.i stcre. the death of the* daughter of :Mr. ,
Sugar boilin ; will soon he in order .
le1y -- .-. .- -- -. -- -- --- --- !uid-Mrs. M I. J. Smith on Friday nflerI '' i '" ..
j :Mr. A. 1.. Kim has the thanks of I .
King Cotton j is now ruler of the* roo,;!. I < :She was interred in New River icemetery _
j the Tr.Li.GRxrn .
some beautiful views .
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afternoon The -
Saturday bereaved -
Buy ;your mullet :and trout of Walter I|I I of the World's fir,: and a couple of the I : Parents and family have the heart '. .

Wills. otlichl: !souvenir 1 os'als of the great t;(! felt sympathy of tae: whole community .
I| in their loss.
-- great
Columbian i i
v : expO'itins. .
% Seed rye? Yes, jut in. Stake Drug i :_ ___ __ ;; FIDELI. 1 ( :

Company. I j A Vnittiaal /J..wfUiu.-1IIITmlcs3. ef-
1 fcctive and PROFESSIONAL.
hgl'I.Lhh'ycr's Hair Vigor ., ..._
Starke i is with """ /J'.r."
I tilling up new goods has taken high nnk among; toilet artICles. '

from the eastern olin ke-.s.\ j This prep \ration can-as thin! weak hair: j.?; L. :K'lEYAliT, ?I. D.

I to become alm.idant strong, and healthy! :.J. KEEP AN t ah ON THIS

!144t ts When you come to town and sell your I color.and icslores: gray hair to its original: PHYSICIAN:; n SURGEON.Oilice t I .

produce don't forget the printer. I ---- ---- with Starke Drug Co.STARKE. .

1r ---- ,- L ---- -- ------- A man doesn't feel very close! :; to heaven FLA.
'' : ; I A full line of Collins, Caskets and Un I when he falls -
over the dark ofI
a cow -------- -
i : SPACE !
Addre Your Orders to Starke.
s 1''I T Special Column I have made Starke my headquatters. dertakers' Goods at N. J. Jones'. I night. Our city fathers s-hruild pass: an I pOWELL & UILLs 1

I : Advertisements inserted In this column at I loielinauce neiuiiirir; persons to pen their & Co.'s Ad. Will i It Next Week.
where orders for all kinds of stove and We are constantly: receiving fresh seedsin I Tate Powell M D.. and J. C. Wills, Truby, Sternburg t Occupy
; 5 cents per line (seven words) for each cattle 3t night.! This would l not conflict ,
; range repairing may be addressed to me. I. M: D., tender! their professional services
;f-; insertion. bulk. Starke Drug Company. wi.h: the! state !laws nor \\ruhl 'toik to the citizens of Star-c! antI
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:. a h.irclsi'ip: up.m caUlo: owners.Mis. country. Calls promptly attendee
I ? For the best ice cold drinks go tot counties. I will make your old stove or Heading matter has to give place to i I Oillce-at Dr. .1. L. Gns-Uns' Drug Store.L. .

Mcacbam'e range as good as new. All work guar- some new advertisemeuts this: week. .
opposite post-office. I : E. J. Bre(ze will renovate andprL'i'S -- -; ---- -------'---
I i anteed. J. C. :FUDGE.! -------- I tlotljzni 1- FlIAZKL.ATT'Y ,

1.1'; *( 1 Fresh Garden Seeds of all kinds in J. L. Frazee, L:q., returned \estciday gentlemen's ; at \\ry 1'(>;15\11-
A New Joko able !1'1 ices. !Her uoik: is equal: to that of ANT> I
t talk. :Starke Drug Co. from Tampa and other Southern pointsDr. COUNSELLOR AT
't : On the liver. When it is out of order a tailoring establishment and will give SuAY. r.lloor.i .

'.': and feels blue, try a few doses of Beggu' 'I entire sati T.iction. Her horr.i: is door Xo. .
one : 1 Jones.
Block -
J. 1i. McCloud, who !has previously I,
Ice Ice :
!! Ice!!! Morgan Bros'. Little Giaut Pills. Your liver will I
in this here west of Dr. J. O. IIayr.es' residence, STAMKE. F LA.IlICIi .
the So will For practised dentistry city: IS
ice appreciate joke. 'ou.
:, depot. ) .
I ----
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j where work --
: wile by Starke Drug Company. again j in this i line may be left J. FIELDS,
I ---- F I"
;- The World's Fair I :: .... '
The largest cas well in the WI)t III Las \\'TlD-lIIJ: "!lJ i-u-hil- iluier j.iais Mr. and! IIl'L." von K:-rn returned II. V>->- L -",
,' j Are those who Blood PurifierIt '"
use Begps
: 1.1"1"
.:.;" purifies the blood. mllklll the skin clear been iscewered in Cass: Township, O.I I \tldll-), .j.,::.. U l.iuv: H, Ocal-i, i'"'''u. ; i.'. O.box i.oj'u-'i! "'':-\'a.r.Hh.1; in cx:.iiiii-e! vi.vi' (let .H .' ( n '', -

,::: and the compaction beautiful. Try a It gives forth 50.000.000 cubic feet. 5'!. j eai>t:01I.d vc>U-iH pint.! 'I'i.iy spent" I .l s'i11. S', n 4I BRADFORD COUNTY HI.GH SCHOOL.

: bottle and note its wonderful effects. I :,('\Hal weeks of the summer ;a Chicago. I :; FLORIDA.

: + Bold and guaranteed by Starke Drug Com Persons troubled with chronic diarrhoea Tile fall tern of the cirCUIt court COil j'j: Miss Gaktle, :.1 nitre .jf -.:r. end JIrs I Agent for (. np Bros.. liiiclc! .5

Pan Yk should try chamberlain's Colic, Cholera "' :IHS next .Mouelay. Judge It. JI. Call : __ w.
I von Kim, lelan.vdutl them and wit}
Greek ladies had 137 different styles of and Dinrrhoca Remedy Many cases havebeen \\iil pieiide.We :;: ; J. V/ISS & 8ONSVPRACTICAL
cured by it after all else bud failed spend the Winter in the I/and of Flowers.
: 6J Fan Term I 11th and C1893 -
i dressing hair. and skilled physicians were powerless. arc now pupated to furnish the Opens Monday, .Sept. on

> '% The following parties have Dr. Powell'sNever For sale by Starke Drug Company. county with school books. Morgan;; In an !age of fraud and adulteration, ,His "ORANGE CLIPPER r. tinues I 15 Weeks .
ci-rtainly granting to know that such
Fail Cure for sale Every bottle is ---- -- --
warranted : J. L. Gaskins StarKe Drug Mrs Challoner, the widow and the sis Bios, :tilMil: Fla. an e.xcu: ( >ivcly-Usuel pie-pi ration :as Ajvr's Length: ,':M wches.'M .
------- Sal:ipatila! be implicity relied ovrj I 24
; ] Company. Starke G. S. Roach; Co.. I may :
1 ; ter of well known English jockeys is said Continues
.' H. C. Parker & Bro., New River ; G. S. Messrs. N. J. Jones, T. A. Knight arid It never varies either in quality appearance .

a, ; Young, Hampton ; T. R. Sweat, Sinker- to be the only woman trainer of race A. II. Hoffman are back from their New or effect, but is always up to the .p.R i Weeks.. ,

town ; Harvey Jarrett, Lakeside ; R.JV. horses. I York puic'idbing: tour. standard. _. .RV
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Jones LaCrosse ; Luke Drawdey Frn- Some we much I I Last Friday morrtngeoIle were tA ( ACULTY.! :.
Hill ; Henry Drig ers, Worthington ; N. years ago were very D J
G. Mizell N. L Blair Blair P 0. ; R. subject to severe spells of cholera morbus; Rev. Mr. Randall, of Tampa: a Baptist shocked by the news Unit during I the These Clippers are" made of tho very finest material f (, -

L. Jones, Terpentine Camp ; John A and now when we feel any of the symptoms I minister, eiceupie'd the pulpit! ut tho Methodist !i! night preceding Dr. Tate Powell! b.ltl'' be replRxed.,fully warranted,and any found defective will LInU.\nY- w. McDonald Priu.; John D. Mdermaa. Helen l

that mua.ly preceed i that ailment, I The bladei are sllsttly; curred.vrlth edges stlffer 55 Farris, Irene IcDonaId. .
: King, Lake Butler S. J. Present. Samp cli'ircli Tuesday nigiu. !
; I I :j been strikes) by a paralytic! stroke His than last season. It it the only practIcal Clipper
,. son ; (J. H. Houghton, Middieburg; ; such as sickness at the biomach. tinrilicen, - .-------,--.-- n>".<*o, ant Indorsed: by all''bg have l: ed then. r tSlc-To be ElerteiI.C .
Odom Bros. Providence W. T. Bynum, etc., we become sCllry.y have found I! many fuei.eia eiitutamed: fears:: for him. Sol l by the Hanlware and Supply Trade.

Fort white ,; Henry &; ;Wilson. Dicw ; ]I Chamberlain* Colic, Cholera and Dir- Anybody can have: a good garden.Ve i,! but a fe\\ il-i worked a favorable clung J.--VViSS: : u SOf 3L nirj. fJ._. J.. ,, Manu12CLilelJ. SnOIt1'L\, 'I'n'FWIUTL."iO. ETc.-To be Elected..
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} High Springs Medicine Co., High Springs rhcea Remedy the very thing to straigntcn supply the .seeds, the ground does the(i(5i i hU e-ontiitivMi and o:> Tuesday he wasable 'Charter Notice.
r one out in such ca ('slnd always keep it test :Starke: Drug Company.'; I II j I ,''l EXPENSES.
t I to be o*> the street ngiin. Thc 1 s'ioki: "-t'aTtCL hereby ,' that! '
13 will
pi: h npp'ica.UonJL.
:: The number of visitors to the World'sfair about. We are not writing this for a pay ., ; l
Le made to His ,
Exce'U-ncy the Governor
-P has already reached over 10000000. testimonial but to Jet our readers know Mosquitoes have been more plentiful \\as slight :a'id! aside fioiu_ tumpr>r.iriy! dis- of F"i rU-1. on Thursday the 'Jd: Jar of November ra"t Doud'in: good ml1its. $10 per month. Tuition in Literary De-

M what is: a good thing to keep in the house. in Sl.uku during the ten thou nbiiui! !; his left arm no injury \"as sustained. A. D.:1803, for Letters 1'atei incorporatingthe :; ptutment from $1.50 to $350 per rMnth. '.
t past days
r. :' The Great Southern. Remedy. For sale by Sttrke Drug Company.In the Starke Orange Corn 'any, in pursuance an.t.1 Tuition tit students in Bradford County for the Spnng Term Is
nny time luring the summer. ) terms of the following: propcswi charter,
People should not be deceived into paying I namely: fl,*.
the World there are 4,965 daily newspapers .\ into N- J. .J 'l"t.iliJ1 In other will be reason&ble.
money for trashy mixtures gotten up peep 0 Ill'''' dry goal "To Ills KicelleaejHenry 3Iitche'.I.. Governor ( etouttucnls ar
Dr. J. O. does all kinds of
to sell. Botanic Blooel Balm (B, B B.) published, of which no fewer than Haynes I stare ie\eaU.tii immense: display! ot goois <>f Florida A
for the dental work, sparing no pins to make: ;;ia: In cor.iiMii-f! > v.ir1! fcction CI23::: ot'Ar- .. es
in Atlanta 4
which has been made
u 1,759, or more than a third, we i issued in Only week ego ,his stock: Wag -:t a loeLI.J. \\' tiel< a, Chapter 2,'Iil"\, <'5,cf tln> Kevfco- Statutesof :;
past fifteen years, never fails to give satis- his work duraulc. Oiliccs at evidence. Florida the' saber. ia. e-i Jiavinjr associated
faction as a superior building up tonic and the United States! ___ but now his h 'u-e i i3 Riled; to over- themselves to:;ether e\ desiring: : it IHJ incorpor.itfd. Starke il: 1Iih; ;:nd dry and the healthiest town in the State.
+ made the il<;wiiigiih: new dd. nil bought on and tl.it! letters patent, may' he Issuedto
It is from gce a
e' ; bloodTurifiier. prescription A PuzzleTo Deputy Postm tst4 r J. Y{. I"6an hasbeen : I them and to their. sue t-sioi-s according to Ja.w.
r i of Tin eminent physician. The strictly! cash ll.si" Having bet raised 1
) do
hereby certiij-:
somewhat iu.lii'f'o.ed tr a few days CHre ltlicutd. Call write
ladies is how to keep tlu-ir p't1Llel1c : OD or
:1 bottle is large and the dose small.)) See many I behind the: J. The name of t'i' ? praroea corporation is ,
'1 their advertisements and buy thut which hair in curl on rainy elnjs. The solutionis and has: not IK en at the elelivt-ry: \\ iratjw.1 $ enterpiungyoung "STABEF ORA>G& ('O.JJ1? ,V."
) is thoroughly endorsed by thousands of easy. Ask Starke Drug Comp.lnfor -- ----.- - _. mc-rci.iht }has: a keen cmc-plJo/l ef what 2. The pUnoip.il <-fivc iv j.a. o of business \V.V.. McDONALD, Prine
: of said will h Bradford
company i : Stirte.
1 grateful patients whom it has curea.: A Nonpareil {Hair Curler and the puzzle To prevent the hardening of the MihC'ltatin.iis the people! Want :nud: nocst' :;.estli! gotsitate county, Florida. e Or F. R. 3JoCGAY See. Board Trost..s.cY1i .

trial bottle will test its merits. will be solved list-ues of th'i! seals and the : anti s-i'Unii jii''g'lieni; tu ;uie.ii4c: ; it. 'J. The gents itAteirt* r,{ the business; to be jI ,
i: __ I obliteration of the hair follicles, which transacts d .by the i r>'po8 i1 corporation is the
Tl.e-e q.I uiitics: 1-ackeJ: !by: the! "uhr.ijhty! gNwlnz. pr..tt.dn, ii-qai-icsr tad selling of oran -
the Carolina The steamship, City of Savannah!
The estimated} damage to cuuso baldness, use: Hall's: H.ilr; ll'l1cwl'r.: ;;es, lesions.Crape fruit,MTs>;nrronsfaches,
: phosphate mines by the storms is &COO1)00. : ,- which was }loat off the coast of South Careilina -.-- ---- doll.il" will! get tlrat-CljSa: gi'O'Ja at( !I"w pears antI otter fruirs,' anti for that: purpose to

the Imnic-uie, The liitetu.i 1 ices the :'.l fijitues.uui: ILLS cusUnncia ra.iy expect tot purchase I axe hoi-I and acquire, -nob placta-!
f ) during recent was pi s 'r\ at tI"-1 '. ons. groves: ana rt-al and personal property ipBraaford
insured for $150.000;; in England and dibt church cohiini.e 1 and tl.e ministers find t} jrie.4 L-.'gan:8; 1:1: every i-.:uCi; of Lib e-<}unty J-lonUa, ar.el elsewhere as
: Those Wondefrful Giants In Town!! may be iiects->i'> and convenient for said busineos. -
; If you wish" to see them call on Staike:) American mpauies in charge: deserve great praise for their new tail and winter stickilr.! J.-nes ; an't at plu. ;;,sura to mortgage, sell: an'1 con- HODGES & ALVAREZDEAJ"ERS
will!! advertise! vey the same
t LIJ mammoth stuck: of dtygGodS .
f Drug Company and ask lor Leges' Little zeal. 4. the amount 01 the can ii stock of said ,
Giant Pills. Every bottle guaranteed.Chamberlain's The Old Wayis I ------ -- l'ltlIi! }:;, shoes, ha taad h.lltIrocti \,;r company I is Bled at ten thousaaii (gli,000) ilol- '
I The Odd Fellows and :Masons of Starke" tars cud IS to oe .ImJc into one hundred (10{ ) --- IN- -- ..
--- ----- to take pills when you are constipated! I etc., tu the 1'E L:':.Ga.tiI t.t.'xt shares cf the value of :
par cne hunJred ($tee) -
will have union sociableem the of -
Ere and Sklu Olnt or bilious but.they don't go down easy, iiignt \\eek.: dollars eich at d said capital stock is to be paid
nte..'. and when they get down there's a shud- October ISth! A sue: pluous soieacllil l for iu cash-tea per venal. (1C):$>at the time of '
for Chronic Sore Eyes the ...x;ecatlcn; or th.s i' -umeut, aud the bal- Goods .
A certain cure der. The best way is to take Simmons' be made. L. \YTEY NEWS- JS'CTES.Uev. : Dry :
i:1St in
anc; a-- : as jy the bo.irdcf irecto :
Tetter Salt:) Rheum. Scald Head. Old Liver Regulator, natures ov/a remedy, -- '. :':>. .

Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema itch purely vegetable, in liquid or powder Th ladles; of the Episcopal church will :$. C Fans: ; of Sttrketill eel the 5. The; term for.. which said corporation is to r.

Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples and foim. You can take a pinch of the pow- I seiv )lunch during! cuuit. beginning ou M. K. cLuieh: pjlpit! of this yi ce ia.the! exist;. is Ti'f.1 ty bh-5ite(%)j:' :.ars.t tf. said! corporation Is to be ,
Pile-6. It is cooling) and soothing Hundreds der on the tongue and with a sun of water 1' Boots hoes .
conclude t.y a board of n eo ((5)) rfu-ertors, and
of cases have been cured by it after !swallow it without taste. The Regulator Tuesday and: lusalby l cut'tinlti'g daring itUouce! of Rev J. G JKIUIK, SiVoith I Im..m by.:\ Fresidt.nt, a'otx-reuvy ara u Treisurtr,and -

; all other treatment had failed. 2:5 cents tones up the dig<.8ive: organs and ti.e week I I'll ii.g the ITti. hs Our i'e
; per l u. For stile by the Starke DrugCompany. prevents Indigestion and Constipation: I much gnitnled to meet and hear: him. may snail: from oo elccte'U tune to by time the stock appoint.holders The on directors the-

: __ __ ___ Miss Loca: Sweat I left .Monday for Nash-: :'11'. J. C. II. I'l.-iets hss returned from first 'r\; Stl.ia Janiiiry in each year and the; and Hats. ;
A. B. C. \ille. Ten. where she wid i attend directors bo elected shall ot their first meetIng a
It is said (Hut there are twcut.fi'c. I : I the IN cs tti. He and family will soma remove elect one of their number prestdent.and shall .
i Asthma. Bronchitis and Consumptionresult +hvilic} University. Mr. T. R. Sweat: : elect: a secretary and a treasurer who mar or
millionaires who own residences on the from a neglected cough fir ('ol.i.Don't I to Jncksoaviii-j! ( t.) take; Ui their: may. not be o'rtitors. FORIftJMwiL
: banks of Lake W orlh.l. neglect but cure promptly with accompanied: her but: will returj in :ifo I perrantrtrest':: iu. ';. The names of the officer who are to eonduet -I1I5ADQITAUTERS ---
the business of said!
corporation until those
few dosebof lll' gs' berry Cou/h Syrup.\ .\' days. Mrs. BnilIr\ ,;. Walter Todd stndMr. i! elected at the first election *l Sold:) by Starke Drug Company __ _. ______,__ I t are: E. Hin.ntc. R. Vv". l-crtyudd; J. \.. Rowjj.iil. :
--- -- Miss Josie; )jipfi>rd bas returned: to her : anti Mrs J G. Boboel!{ spent aer> j jpeuuut U. T. Stettijjue and 1 1it t eldou" Directors GJ N1; tl; t1 a; it ; I( ;1 t J'N'G'(
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I di: } :.l Kinsley 1 like on Fn- I! ; R d ILi-trotsr; Frctaittcnft'J. ,V. Howiand -,, '\::: ,! I I I If 8'
;: 1 For Stomach Men are and always will be toilers: for i lautnei.i Jaeks-oLville uii r a sit uf 1\-1 frrasarer, o.n.llJ. II. bbel-l a..&cretary.d. =- 1 !
diy :last.Mr The tTghtst amou t of indt-ttedness or
I,iit ihe dear ones belonging) to them, but j eral -\e.-e..a n> n.itUve-3 1-1 this diY Nisi' ;iitt'mltty to witch the c"rpora:ion Lau at any
il O. Sinilh ?
nil.-! his
..: Bowel they would become as beasts of burden i Lip ford mido maty friends while! hue- I'I'I rj.j.utyon tier su jet it=eli is fuel a* live thousand Call Street, .
ti5u Of di-iUrs.l
;cjaf.udjv: : the :3.u irst. la honor of
::: Liver and were every woman member of every household I who will be delighU-ei; In see her ia Stall:: 8> 'ihz! cams: aid reKi:!. iiecs; cf tha sub-
!.- Complaints, the event thcs yo cg pe"p; n- scnbeiS to the: eupi.al i; stools: of said company ': '
to scorn employment and calmly lo agiiu. I ST '
are: &RYD'FzoR:
!:t. I Headache, use ----- ranged 1 A surprise party at the resi'lcncc! za: -
.. sit down to IK sup!\ Cards are out .;".!.oancing the inai'rlige of his [parents Frpsenis were maJe in f Six os-, Saegertovvn.l's.: ; S3

A ; the World's Fair for Fifty of .Mr. Everett E. Johns tiii:)s A nine I aco: }ni ft lib a poem leaj !Ity MKs Flornue i i:. w l'orl"r:1..11.U ('.ty. I'a., 33
AYER'SCATHARTIC Cents. MeCuliv.! } i i'snuthurt-Sj. All( 'I Iph'allt J. \". Il'.niard Cambridge, Pa., :3ii : JOSEPH ECKERT:
Mikc'hi! < It hippy event is tei occur'on : report n: very i t:. T SpetucJOil;: City. FA., 2i
ta Upon receipt of your aehliess! and fifteen } oc::: si )n. i II LI. bm-UIoD, Oil City, Ta 2 ,
ti rents in postage stamps we will mail you : October lOih at 1 :30 o'clock! p m. at TlJe Miss w Ld sie IvLiek 'rbocker awl I! --

PILLS prepaid our Souvi Ilt PORTFOLIO OF THE :! the residiioce eif the biuk-'s parents, ;'11'. I Char; ;. r,>nn-l! "pl'nl; We-iiiCMlav! night last i! Total ICOI c. .

E. 11 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION,, the and Mrs. J. VAndrews, of this city. I II at Kinsley; lake with the forriily cf .Ir.It. I I 1). Ten per.. we.turn of the authorized capital National Bakery
stock lias b "eu p Ud: 1. cash to J. W. Rowland '
tyw"I They are purely regular price is Fifty rents, but as we I PU1(')" I the Trea aver of aid company an before the ,I
want you to have ont>. we make: the puce Among the incidents cf cnildhoc! thai IheLidus' Ai.l t4.icty! met with execution these arttctet of mcorpoiaUoa..K. .

vegetable, sugar-coated, tiomiiwl. You will find it a work of artand If stand out in bold relief: as our meruory reI Di. 1.l1d11 Thursday the 2Sth. Jtrs.1 ::..STRONG: [SEAL Fresh Bread Pies and Cakes of'All

.. speedily dissolved, a thing to be pnzeei. It contains I versa to tin days when we ueia' eiuLg; '. Uiir-i that this s..tdhas ma.de hundreds:; J.I: V.W.ROWLAND.f POItfERFIELD ((SAL 1CJ. .... .

and to take. full page views of the greet builelmg-! t nope sue more i rt;miiiest than severe MCI- of !!oHsrs fur rhuuh! purpofd during the T. SI'ETTIGUE !,.' ULH. Kinds Hand.
,< an--. easy with descriptions of S'lrne.IId is executedin I ne hs. The jcuna; motiu-r \ \'idiy} icuu-ni-j' four jes.13 1 of their exigenceMr. : II It SHELDON (lS..L .on "
Every dose highest style of ar' If not satisfied hers that it \\r.3 CL.imlerlain's: v'OUgl! aud )11':,. W L MiHcen, who-hive ten-t..\ which: time aU persons E. STBOXR interested: m<\y at- I It

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federal election laws repeal bill was man.
_"t _, mat U Being,-Done to Ultr 1'1,... resumed in the house, Tuesday. Burl' ad Containing tie:Gist of the Sews Happenings of Interest Portrayed In Clerk-"I can't read this letter. The

m tr: t cUI Depression, Lid' Briar BUet t, rows of committees moved dispense.for, reports with, such the call reports From All Parts'of,.,< the World. Pit, Paragraphs.. I i handwriting Mr. Plareup-"Pshaw is very bad., "any donkeycan 1\ 2=

:' ,4, I -- ..' to:be submitted ,without exoep-. I read it. Give it here."-Texas

THmrr-Snm DAT.-After the t tion 'except as may propose changesin A Beliegh special says: The North The board of health of the city of Siftings.

routine of' Tuesday morning! in federal election laws. Objectionwas Carolina supreme court Friday I Selma, Ala., adopted resolutions that I ABSOLUTELY PURE
the senate, Mr. Squire, repvWi- made. Burrows then' moved to evening granted licenses to thirty- no person passing through Atlanta, | Mother-Children have you said

ican, ,of Washington, gave no- dispense with the call and the ayes and four attorneys. I Ga., shall be allowed to enter Selma your prayers Tilly-Yes, mariSna? WI
noes were ordered. Republicans re- while the You were very quick about it. I prayed -
tic epidemic continues at Brunswick
of. 'a substitute which! he The British -
parliament adjourned Cow Pea Haj. 1
i. intended to offer for the bill to repeal rained from voting, but got .no Thursday until November 2d. The and refugees are received in At- i one-hal and Daisy the other.- Glycerine.
the silver support from democrats. The democrats lanta. Glycerine is one of the most useful --
; Texas'itngl.
purchase act; and it was adjournment was accompanied by all I
of' read in full. It provides that owners came within five of a quorum, the customary formalities. The leading colored men of New Mama-Now, Teddy, we must all and misunderstood every-day assist I cannot peak from experience of

& of free silver, bullion may deposityit: at securing 173 votes. Filibustering was Orleans had a secret meeting Tuesday try and give tip something while timesae ants It must not be applied to the the feeding value of cow lel hay, butt
The of tho
; any miut to be turned into standard continued, when, rather unexpectedly, plant Montgomery Cooperage night and Wednesday morning furnished so hard. willing. skin undiluted or it will cause it to i is used in the South, and analysis
silver of Mr. Fitch moved that the house ad- Company, at Montgomery, Ala., Mamma What Teddy-Im TeddySoap.Inter become red and hard, but if rubbed shows that it is a richer food than
present weight and fineness, the press with the resolutions ? caver
discussion was destroyed by fire Friday. Loss, well skin while wet it has a When cut before the
for his journ'which was carried without: Ocean. into the hay. .
fit benefit. He is A
to po paid, /iow- adopted. committee has been
and o'clock the house $20,000 ; insurance about $6,000. appointed effect. will it contains 17 cent. of albuminoids
sdcha at 2.45 softening whitening I form per -
ever, only number of starflardeilver to on the at .I Il
dollars as may equal the Commercial was declared adjourned until Wednes- The largest cotton dealers in North and ask cal troops governor for protection once." While it must be reluctantly admitted prevent cure chapped hands; two' and its nutritive ratio is

values of the silver bu1ion. 'd ay. Before the members could leave Carolina say that upon a careful summary against the reign of terror existing in that a stranger was sand-bagged or three drops wi often stop the : about :4.5. When allowed to ripenthe

The difference between. the noruinal the hall the clerk read a call for a of reports, they find that the Jefferson parish, on the outskirts of a Chicago hotel last week, we point baby's stomach ac e. It will allay the peas on the ground they make excellent -

: and coined silver of the IfIverbullion democratic caucus to assemble imme- cotton crop of the state promises to the city.A ''with pride tothe fact that it wasn't thirst of a fever patient and soothe an food for hogs, although it is

is to be retained'! by diately. The republicans greeted the be 9 per cent larger than last year. I the proprietor who did it.-Chicago uritable i cough by moistening the dryness sid that like acorns, etc., they shouldbe
call with and special from Brunswick says: Tim en. of the throat. of bay followed in the
;. the government as seigneiqfrge. laughter applause as they Advices from Brussels state that amass Equal parts by corn fatteningor

The coinage of silver dollars is not) to filed out. The caucus was called, it is meeting of the miners of the Mrs. Winkler died at ten o'clock always believe in dreams after rum anl glycerine applied to the face the meat wi not be firm and well
Thursday from what is believed "Il
exceed. $4,000,000 a month, anti the : understood, at the instanco of Speaker 'Mons coal district, was held in Wasmes morning t after shaving makes a man rise up and flavored. is asa marmrial plant .4

total not to exceed 200000000. '..'hey Crisp, who was excessively annoyedover province of Haiuant Sunday, Resolutions -, sick to be yellow fever. She was "What's wrong now?" call the woman who provided it blessed. that I value the cow pea, and I am -\
several but the doctor
arQ to be full legal tender and nf> silver the failure to secure the attendl in favor of an immediate strike called a few days hours, before her death.only "Dreamed of a fire last night." Applied to the shoes, glycerine isa sure that as an adjunct to clover it will

certificates are to be issuecfc A ance of a quorum of democratic mem were passed almost without dissent.At I' There is also "Well?" great preservative of the leather and grow in favor in OhI and Southern :

resolution to pay Mr. Beckwith $' ,OOO bers. a meeting of Brunswick's bond island. a Dr.suspicious Butts case on "Boss discharged me at noon today." effectually keeps out water and prevents Pennsylvania and when well 3
:' for his time ahd expense in THTBTT-SEVENTH DAY.-Immediately of health at noon Friday three new Jeckyl reported -Buffalo wet feet. A few drops of glycerine known will be regarded as indispensable

: ing his claim for a seat in the prc4cntl senate after the approval of the journal in cases of yellow fever were announced: Bland new both cases mulattoes., Lola Scott and Sara uoriC.Stlnger"What's put in the fruit jars the last in its proper place.-National f

: under appointment from the gov'rnor the house Wednesday, the fight over J. C. Folkerson, a tailor ; J. B. Mul- I the matter, my thing before sealing them helps to Stockman.
;- of Wyoming taken from the Alen- the federal election bill was resumed. 1 145 Grant street Clms. Sullivan I Mrs. Lottie Cummings was placed l little man? keep the preserves from molding on

dar and agreed to. Also like resolutions Mr. Burrows moved to dispense with Bay ln street. Several ;cases of malarial, 1, on trial in the criminal court atKnox- Small Boy-"I-I took mamma out top. For flatulency there is no better

:. to.payMr. Mantle from Montana the call of committees for reports. fever were also reported. Mrs. Tur ville, Tenn., for her life Wednesdayafternoon. for a walk, and I've lost her somehow, remedy than a teaspoonful of glycerine -
-,. Pending this, Mr. Catchings presented She is charged with mur- and I'm 'fraid she can't find herself after each meal. ugust'Flower"
and Mr. Allen, of the state of Washington ner's case of yellow fever was dis :
$2,500; each. At 12:30 o'1ock: a resolution from the committee on charged. dering her ten-year-old step-son, Luis anywhere. Boo, hoo, hoo !"Street ,

the bill to repeal the silver purchase; rules, but before it was read Mr.\ Burrows on June 9th, present year. &'Smith's Good .Yeu'8. A Lesson in Politeness.

.: act was taken up; and Mr. Voorhees raised the point that the resolution Advices of Friday from Kissengen, accused of berating the child to death "Now, supposing I borrowed five Little Ethel-"It's awful impoliteto
:' was not in order. The Germany, state that Prince Bismarck with billets of wood and after cutting
made a'statement to the senatefhich dollars from you; that would represent ask for thing. .3.3I
r: precipitated a lively discussion. After speaker overruled the point of order is slowly regaining his strength. He his throat, throwing the mangled body capital, wouldn't it?" Little "Course it is. What

; a speech by:) Mr. Mills, in favor cf the and then the house was thrown into exceedingly pleased with the friend- out of a two-story window. "Yes." of it?"

bill, and yMr. Stewart against ;ft,the great confusion. Mr. Reed and the Sc dispatch from the emperor. Dr. The New Orleans limited train on "But supposing, after a while, you Little Ethel-"Xothing only I'm have been troubled with dyspepsia

: senate, at 6:15 o'clock, adjourned. speaker had some very bitter pas- winger, Bismack's body physician the Illinois Central road was held up wanted to get it back" gettin' candy I've but after a fair trial of August 4,

THIBTT SEVENTH DAT-After1', the sages. Mr. Burrows appealed from has sent the emperor a written 1 shortly after 11 o'clock Wednesday I "That would relresentabor.-Le. got in my pocket, and there isn't Flower, am freed from vexatious P

routine morning, business in the senate the decision and Mr. Fitch moved to report of his patent's condition. night, just outside the city limits of enough for two." trouble-J. B. Young, Daughters ;
"What's the You
Wednesday there was a conflict be v vreen lay tlie appeal on the table. Pending A Washington dispatch of Saturdaysays Centrals, 111., and in thebattle which I matter, ? College, Harrodsburg, Ky. I had
) Mr. Voorhees and Mr. Platt as tf the a vote on the Fitch motion, Mr.\ .Burrows : Statistics compiled from official between the robbers and the look l sad? A thoughtful little boy asked his headache one year steady. One bottle .:!

right to lie floor. Mr. Voorhees te8ir40d moved a recess. Mr. Catchings data show that from January to September train hands one of the robbers was "I am sad. I decorated a set of father: "Papa, do men descend from of August Flower cured me. It was f

;: to call!up the repeal bill, whity( Mr. made a point of order against the motion this year 560 state and private I mOl t,Uy wounded and three of the houp plates for ) Boodelle; and monkeys?" "Yes, my boy." "And positively worth one hundred dollars -t

Platt] wiijhed to make a statement as and Mr. Burrowsargued! banks in the United States failed, and I train crew badly hurt. The thieves got what do" your suppose she does with what about the monkeys?" And the to me J. W. Smith, :!
to the clcjtnre rule which he had Jjiven in its support. Mr. Burrows' appeal that seventy-two have resumed busi- nothing in the way of booty, but made "Give it puzzled father replied"The monkeysdescend Merchant, Townsend,P.MandGn.. : ;'
from the decision ness. In the same time 155 national L up. What? boy-that is-er-they
notice of j Tuesday. He intimate/that speaker's their escape. my used it myself for constipation and
:- the Indiana senator might be llittle was tabled; yeas 172, nays 56. banks failed, and seventy of which L "Uses 'em for soup. descend from the trees 1"-Chicago
a By an explosion of gas in the large dyspepsia and it cured me, It is the
have Standard.In
fc R-.1* kinder iIi his treatment of othersena- The"report of the committee on resumed. colliery, No. 11, of the Lehigh and Sugar from Beets and Sorghum.The best seller I ever handled-C. Rugh,
tors. Mr.; Voorhees said thajL he rules was then agreed to-yeas 176, The sovereign grand lodge of Odd L Wilkesbarre Coal at Ply- --- Pa.

would h4ve yielded if Mr. Flat. had nays 9, and the speaker proceeded to Fellows concluded its annual session L mouth, Pa., Thursday company afternoon, five forthcoming report of the commissioner Hosts of the people Grasp wiithe at .Cruel life Enemy -Druggist. Mechamcsburg (p _1'
: asked itl and that he call the committee for reports. Mr. at Milwaukee Wis. and L through t a premature
now Saturday
wouldtyieldwithont' men wero instantly killed and five of internal revenue will : grave. Rheumatism once fully(I'Vel-
,, being asked. Mr. Plait was : Tucker reported the federal election adjourned. The action of the grand L I others seriously but not fatally in- i show a large increase in the output of i opel is a cea"ee-8! tormpntor. an I a'wnys MOTHERS i
% thus given an opportunity of seating : bill and it was placed on the calendar, secretary in declining to furnish L jured. All of the killed were married i sugar made in the United States from threatens life from its liab lity to attacK a Vital .

L that as the senator from Mississippi and then the house at 5:45 o'clock ad- Archbishop Kaiser a copy of the ritual I and leave families The explosion was beets and sorghum. The total acreage part.and Io"teter.s Stomach, w'Jl farm Killer-relief, us and dearly .1

,.. (Mr. George) desired to address : j journed. was confirmed on the ground that no caused by a careless miner and his for the past year was 24,703 acres, and l pr liver vent malarial evil and co'-s kidney
the senate he (Mr. Platt) would rot in TniBTr-EiGHTHDAT. fight over authority exists for revealing the secrets lamp. The mine is badly damaged, the output was 57,200,000 pounds of li i ily and nervousness iomplete>y rm.diet .

troduce resolution of which lia had the federal election bill was inaugurated of the order to any man except but wi not be obliged to suspend sugar, exclusive of that manufacturedfrom b y thU highly sanctioned medl Inc.At CHILD BIRTH EASY t

given notice but would do so at .Borne Thursday morning in the house by initiating him as a member. cane in Louisiana and vicinity. the Worlds Fair the buildings are white, '

;: '; future time. Mr. George then egan bya request from the committee on Great interest is taken in the approaching A Brunswick special : The following California raised more sugar from but the directors are blue. Colvta,La,Dec.S,1888.-My wB used :-1

: his speech, saying that as he happened rules, providing a cloture by which a election in Salt Lake City, resolution was passed says by the beets than any other state, and her in- Ladies needing a tonic or c'-ildren who MOT'S: FBIEND before third ,,
J7 l*% administration on measure on Utah. A strong fight is being made board of health Wednesday crease of output for the year was the up. n b i
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I I itt- rs. It j is pl-asant to take, i urrs Malari, for hundreds of
:Mr on the bill, and as Jie believed October 10. After a short passage against the continuation of liberal L This board, upon reports of b'entest There were 15,993 acres Indigestion,liiliou ness and Liver Complaints, without i dol
: < that his constituents concurred between Mr. Reed and the speaker rule, and citizens held primaries Fri physicians, officially announce practicing planted California, and 43,500,000 makes the Blood rich and pure. DOC"nTT.s j .

J with him, he thought it well to* state relative to the journal, the approval of day night. Corruption and misrule is I that no new cases of yellow fever have !pounds of sugar were made. This is The lover is addicted to idolizing; the poet Sent by express on receipt of price.$JO p bofr. :

-his vievfs with some precision.! The I the latter was deferred, and Mr. charged against the liberal party. developed in the twenty-four hours said to be an increase of about 35 per to idylizing; the tramp to idleizing. ti .ok"ToMoter"REGULATOR ml fle _: "j.

passage!of the bill by the senate!' he I Catchings presented the report of the: The liberals, who have been in power ending Wednesday noon, and during cent. Nebraska raised 7,000,00 Why a;eak of a drought in this financial ro*CAtS CT BRAD"'EL Dil1ST. c .
.. thought, would be a leap in the 'dark rules committee, providing for taking : of of terror? -d'AL ',"
since 1890, when they drove the Mormons the same period of time two cases previously pounds beet sugar on 4,900 acres; reig
'as likely to increase as to diminishfinancial up the elections law repeal bill on out, are conducting a vigorous I I reported sick, have been discharged Kansas raised about 1,800,000 poundsof Many persons are broken flown from over ...... ......... .....
; troubles. September 26 and final vote October work or household car Brown's Iron Bitter I
4 a on sorghum on3,953acres Utah 8 .
sugar McELREES'
and no deaths, making now ; rebuilds the sy-tem, aids dlg.ston. removes .,
THIBTT-EIGHTH DAT.-Mr. Platt of- 10. The yeas and nays were famous Four Seasons hotel at but 17 cases under treatment. I raised 6,000,000 pounds of beet sugaron excess of bile, and mlara A .
fered his cloture rule in the senate called on ordering the previous ques- ; 3,500 acres Virginia raised 700- splendid tonic for women and OF CARDUI.
:: Harrogate, Tenn., closed its doors I A dispatch of Thursday from Baton tWINE .
: Thursday morning. Discussion r n the tion, and it was ordered, 175 to 4. It has 000 pounds of beet sugar on 400 acres. The ba anc.of trade is against us when we
t rule was closed by ]letting the matter THIBTT-NINTH DAY-After the approval Sunday night. a receiver's Rouge, La., says: Governor Foster buy goods weighed on false scales.
:, go hands for four months, in L I has written a letter to the district attorney .
over.tiH Friday. Mr. Platt of the journal; the consideration ,
wa complimented ''
fit which time they have spent $45,000 inreceiver's I of the thirty-first judicial district Fooling: the Hackman. W. VBI. Rnptur : 1i \ -
a : by Mr. Voorhees his of the report of the committee on II :
certificats. Blinkers"All this talk about hack- No matter of how long .
A t: clear and lucid statement of the situa accounts assigning clerks to committees Eighty persons I calling his attention to the necessity ,for free treatise, standing.., Wrt. .
tion. ;Substitutes for the resolution' was resumed by the house Friday were thrown outofemployment. Chief for prompt and vigorous action I men overcharging is nonsense. I use Hollensworth & Cotpwego etc. t, S.Y. : : 4kt I2&p1R11 .
Clerk Hess beat the hotel receivers in hacks whenever I out with Price $1; by mail, .
by the enforcement of the law in Jefferson am my SL. :
were suggested by Mr. Hoar aril Mr. morning the pending question being a .
a HilL A utrong argument in favor of motion to lay upon the table a motion paying }limsel off in full Saturday parish, and the taking of proper wife, and the drivers never try to get Beecham's Pills are Mtsr than mineral wa-
the a skipping to Kentucky. steps to bring all the guilty parties I caent more than the regular fare. ters. Becham's-no other*. 25centsa box. : i
cloture rule was made by; Mr. made by Mr. Crain, of Texas, to con-
Lodge, although he recognizeJl the sider the vote by which the house Officers are after him.A involved in tho murder of Judge Es- Winkers-"How do you manage? The surest way to ba happy rouel is to try

.... fact that the adoption of the rule ronld Thursday agreed to tho Paynter Sub- San Antonio special of Sunday topiual and the lynchers of the Jn- Blinkers-"Very simply. I merely'remark to make everybody elf: e i i

be made use of to pass measures whichhe stitute depriving certain of the smaller says: Cattle are being driven out of lens to justice. in a 10Ul tone to my wife that If afflict eil with sore eyes une Dr.Isaac. Thomp- I
I'm she's son's Eye-water.Pmeirst-ell at hot t''o.
with per
glad her
considered worse than the Sherman committees of their clerks. The mo- Uvalde county by the thousands. The The new route between Wilmingtonand 2" IIM

act-;-that is, a new tariff bill. and a bill I tion to reconsider was tabled-yeas, range has at last succumbed to the New Berne, N. C., over the Wilmington shopping at last. After the hackman
to repeal the election laws. ITraBTTNniTH 142; nays, 57. The vote then occurred long continued droughts. Stockmenin I New Berne and Norfolk rail. hears that, he is thankful to get out of i i

DAT.-After very on the report of the committee on accounts the vicinity of Sabinal, who have road, is now regularly opened with a me what I actually owe him.1"ewYork :

I short routine morning business In the and, as amended, it was agreedtoo. been ranching there for forty years, double daily service. The distance i is Wceky. : '

senate Friday, the cloture resolution A resolution was adopted requesting and never before had to move their eighty-seven miles, about one hal of -- '

I was laid before the body, anjl Mr. the attorney general to communicate cattle on account of scarcity of grass I the distance by the old ; Look Out.YoungFish"There's. LP! Female Diseases.MEND J.

:v Wolcott took the floor and trade a I to the house such instructions as I and water, are now compelled to take, road having just been completed, the -- G444 $ I
A statement. Although he said tat he have been forwarded to officers of the them to places that have been favored I schdcule is three and a half hours, a hook with a '

would vote against it, he declared that department of justice relating to the with rain.A which will probably be shortened. nice worm on it." OWN

1 no factious opposition would be made enforcement of tho Chinese exclusion New Orleans dispatch says: The, This road gives Wilmington entirelynew Old Fish-"KEep away from that." HARNES

)t to.it, and that a vote upon it cofJd be act. Also a resolution calling for similar leaders who had called a meeting for connection with a rich section of Young Fish-"I've stolen lots of WITH '

: : reached much sooner than a,vote upon information from the secretary of the colored people to protest- against eastern North Carolina. worms off of hooks." *

repeat could be. If the senate -leuired the treasury as to the instructions sent; the late lynching in Jefferson with Stato Auditor Furman North Car- Old Fish-"Yes' but there isn't any I THOMSON'Sil

.a vote on the clotnres resolution it to collectors, etc. An additional clerk: drew tho call Saturday. This was lina states that the amount of state fashion-plate reflected in the water this ; I.
: could have it without much rebate was assigned to the committee on done at the suggestion of those whites pensions to ex-confederates this time. That hook belongs to a freckled SLOTTE I

z' .. :He would not interpose tho s'::ghtest claims. Then came a.report from the who are opposed to lynch law. They approximate $100,000, and yearwill that face boy, with a ragged straw hat." t,. -- ii; CLINCH RIVETS. .

objection to a full and fair add free committee on accounts assigning an took the position that a colored meeting the increase in pensioners will about No toll Only a banmST D to drtr* /- -

;. vote upon it. Ho would be Content additional clerk to the committee on I to denounce the Jefferson outrages equal the increase in- the amount of Space Well Utilized. KNOWLEDGEBrings sad bfolnuJMDoutlL C. rlm and qUIc... be t elmtb d. Im

: t. himself with voting against it. ;f there naval affairs. The vote on the report would arouse race prejudice the pension tax, so that the four class First Visitor (at the World's Fair- the isattier nor hun tot tli.R"Il Tiny 1 we..

: "a was.a failure to press it to 1 vote, I j resulted: Yeas, 102 ; nays, 70-no all should unite, regardlessof color, to es of pensioners will receive annually "Phew! What fearful distances these comfort and improvement and to bneUi.Kh.uniform and darabl or an.>rta.
; then criticism on senators opposing I.quorm-and the house, a 2:20 oppose lynch law and suppress vio $17, $34, $51 and $68, as they did last buildings are apart. Who designed L tends to enjoyment when Ask yo r dealer for them, tto. itlUap
). v ,the repeal would have to ceast. The o'clock adjourned. lence. year. Widows will get $7. All disabled these grounds?" rightly prn many, who live bet- JUDSON*toe a box L o 10.(THOMSON uiortau IUe"MFG.JUoBJby'CO '

:. tt t '" debate on the repeal bill could]be stifled 40TH DAT.-The session in the house The sensation of the day in Bruns- ex-confederate soldiers residing ,, Second Visitor-"I think likely it tei nan others and enjoy life more, with WALTIIAtt. W3.EJ *

; by the cloture rule, but it could Saturday was devoid of interest, ex wick Saturday was the enforcement of; in North Carolina now receive ten was one of the roler-chai men." less expnditur by more promptly .
,. not be stifled otherwise. In hjs opinion cept such as was given to it by Mr. sions. There best products to .If any one doubts Utmw <
?<< L- martial law, and the punishment of:f are now sixty-three: in can cnro the m-st o
;r. _-. however, cloture :was, not?! necessary LI- Bretz, democrat, of Indiana, who afforded Mike J. Eagan, the newspaper corres mates of the Confederate Soldiers'; A Good Plan. the needs of physical being, will attest *dajs.tlnt let cade him la wrteforparticulars I
.. the value to health of the
because there had been f yno factious much merriment to the bouse pondent, by banishment from the city? home at Raleigh. Visitor (at Chicago restaurant-) pure liquid and inrtnic -
1k Mr. Assistant Post "This bill-of-fare is in French." laxative principles embraced in the: to our reliab lit; 0
a by complaining against
delay. feller argued Against on account of his slanderous A
octal tacking
state Ala., special of fin f
Birmingham :: remedy Syrup 4i
I : the cloture rule, .,and wound fup his I master Genera Maxwell for. not re ments. The census of the city shows Thursday morning G. G. Wilson says and;[ i! Waiter-"Yes, sah; but the pricesis Its excellence, is Fig its 1.0 Wen mM...
presenting uruptrlll* :
speech' declaring that hewuldresist moving postmaster in a little villagein white males, 600 ;colored male*, 1,670; I S. J. Davis wero lodge in jail by in English, Bah. Mos' folks goes by in the form most acceptable and pleas Iptln.nd our lloslc typhilene Li the only :
obstructive his district dem." New York thin that will permanently. P.iU prool MaietUed.
t every method and because the postmaster white females, 570; colored females, I United States officers on a charge of rI I Weekly. ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly *. COOK cur BSMKBT Co ChlC'50.1
,. otherwise, for the adoption in the senate L- had offered to make him (Mr. Bretz)) 2,428 ; total population, 5,628, im- counterfeiting. They were examined[ A BUSINESS EDUCATION. beneficial properties of a perfect lax t i
of a rule which should limit or obstruct a present of $15 if he would have him 235 total ative .AN ; .
sick the
munes and effectually cleansing --s
yellow bound over to the grand jury. A Baslorls College! Presided Over by A ; system, ..= i
debate. He took his seat a few rjKiined. He wanted the matter investigated fever and other cases, 40. There are They were arrested in Sylacauga. Ulnn of National Reputation. dispelling colds, headaches and fever r ..': g;:: .1

minutes before 2 o'clock. If he had and the republicans were about fifteen cases of malarial fever When caught they had considerable The New York San eays: "Just twenty-five and permanently curing constipation.It :;. .. :( r .
spoken till 2 o'clock the renolution perfectly willing to grant his request under treatment.A of years ago R. w.J, nn ngs,now the Princ pal oi tJeinmgs' has given satisfaction to millions and -= Q =._ __..- -- -".Z -
the silver .
p. sum spurious dollars in Bu..inesC..lege, .1" o
: would have to the but but Mr. Tracy, of ew York object j ho Xashvile. 'enn. met with the approval of the medical I ...;!iz:
gone calendar, : was e in p.oyeil by I t ; ; : 1
of from possession of the dato of 1890. T.Stw- l. [
dispatch Friday Fresno tre. .
'di i ia. ,0
art& Co. of Nv !;:
Mr. Turpie expressed an intention of ed. The report the committeeon ; to examine profession, because it acts on the Kidneys .-; = .4'.t.n! .
speaking on tho resolution ,St turday. accounts, giving an additional Cal., says: Five hundred laboring complete set of counterfeiting tools: report and upon satisfactorily their book". 'lhla, successfully Liver and Bowels without weakening !.Z.' ;.- "_, : !:,:';i= .; .'." ';"'

r:> So the cloture resolution remained on clerk to the committee on naval men, absolutely starving, Arrived by was found. Tho dollars are a pretty him at once a reputatio i us one of the expert gave them and it is perfectly free from -- _- __._ _"_'__ ". ::;; -
: the Atlantic-Pacific road at Mojavo good having a perfect ring bookkeepers of the<'ou:.try.t This school hanovncat.ons. lAN IDEAL FAMILY MEDICINE| .
imiaton. substance.
the table. The bill affairs until objectionable I
then Uillouwwta.i
repeal was postponed Monday ever .For
faa Students can enter at time. Iadlcelon.
Wednesday night. The trainmen be and appearance. Talladega and I any of i is for sale all JJod ,
taken and Mr.. George continued and in the consideration morning hour Write for Catalogue. Syrup Figs by druggists Jeada..e.
up O5e'atve o'r
i the speech it. the house in committee of the whole ing unable to keep them off their: adjoining counties have been flooded in SOc and $1 bottles, but it i ia man I I.1CUlleso. of UK UrcDth 1 .
against ,
trains, were instructed to them of late with these counterfeit dollars ufactured the California i liver and Bowelii :'
bring There ia by Fig Syrup "i
Catarrh i'i
more this
40ra DAT.-In the senate; Saturday proceeded to the consideration of the section of the RIPANS TABUUES
up the valley and 150 were Thursday: country than all other diseases put together, Co.only,whose name is printed on every =set gently yet promptly ferfectlj .-A!
: Mr. ;Stewart offered the following{ resolution bill remitting the penalties on accountof A Round Ilobin. and until the last few years was supposed t.i be also the digestion follows their ut*. Bold 1 (
afternoon switched off at Hanford. name, Syrup of by druggistsor.entbyna&l. Bol'ckagel4boea$5.
and said he would address the the delay in the construction of the incurable. For a great many year doctors pronounced packa Fig ;(3 Tl..7 5c. S. I -
Three hundred it a locai well informed, I '
and fifty came up the d.sa prescribed local bing you ) BHinplea-adtlrexB '.
s senate Monday: "Resolved, That the dynamite cruiser Vesuvius. Pending It ha"happencc before, and will hap remedies and by constantly failing to cure accept any substitute ;i offered.DoHotBcDtoeiTed wi | ICIPAXiB. ClIKMICAt CO., ,NewVork, i
independence of the co-ordinate de action the morning hour expired and valley on subsequent The men -ith lol tratment.pronounced it Incurable.-. .. ..-. .-- m
pen ngoin. people sometimes suffer ,
claim to be from the Cherokee strip. proven catarrh to bo a consi itu- o 0 <
t, ri partments'of the government- legislative the committee rose. The printing bill; Nothing defiime is known about them. great iuju'tie. but do not care to complain tional disease and I herefor require constitu .
the executive: and the;judicial was then laid before the house as unfinished directly for fear of dismissal tional treatment. Hall's I'atarrh Crr. man CANCER f'
br F.J.Cheney&Co., ,Ohio
-must be maintained and the use of business. Mr. Pickier, republican The Savannah Press made the following L- horn their situation or of other unpleasant i ufat.te constitutions-on the market,
the power'and influence of on depart of South Dakota,took advantage statement Sunday: "We have consequence of their action. They I is taken internally in dose from 1drp CUllED WITHOUT TiE KSIFEOr -\:
teaspoonfuL It acts of painful,bur drag. P "8'
met to control the action of f J anoth of a few moments to enter his protest information from reliable parties in therefore adopt what i is called a "round and mucous surfaces of the directly system.on They blo us. Cunoers csclu.-lvev! pionoU Dr. -.<

is violation j, of the constitution and against monometallism, antI to have Brunswick that Egan's action is en rohiu"-that is, they sign their names to one hudr dollars f r any lae it fails to 1'.B.Green's Sanatorium. 'ort Parn .Ata .<
destructive of our form ofrgovernment. read an editorial from the Xew York] dorsed by many prominent citizens, their petition or letter in a circle, in i cur. Address tor circulars testmoni o-

gw ." The resolution proposing the : Press, in which the republicans in the notwithstanding the intimidation and( whicn form it is impossible for any one F.J.CHINET& Co..Toledo,O. i&ngleside .:. E etreat. 1
the whitewashing of the to detect the name that first written sSd by Drt 75c.to. Far DI.-' _'I of Women. Scientific treatment an4
; establishment of a cloture rnl? in the : senate are advised no ,longer to sup accufec by down, which of 'a l cures guaran-e*). Elegant partint-ntt for I ladS'S W '
senate was discussed for nearly two port the Cleveland administration the health board ana the l'elef com Lmnittee. course would be the with Paste*. Eel tod Piintt for and during conflnemeut. Addict Th R .
: name of the leader of the agitation : bands. AJore and whc I U dent FDjBlclan, Baxter Court K sn", .T. -4
hours and wftntb.cm'wurriux'cti0cummittee ; Without disposing the printing bill:, I seems to a case of or, "e1CO% ood'. Tte RlUnff SOB 1 bl i-7
rules. A constitutional the as we say in this connection, the ring We say at our hou..e, S&T. it Brilliant OO '
4 on argument the house adjourned. persecution by authorities and evident b ,Dre and ClfDUlr for
leader. The ( of the i p D
: phrase is merely a translation 'aus good ; with U
was made against by it M '.Tnrpie. spite by Deming in his reports of the me. No one knows pp eTc .
a He expressed the opinion that there wasno A. Ti>wspaper Assigns. tohis papers. The action of the Ficnch rond (round) and ru- S the intense misery I en .

:necessity for either extremet-.-cloture The Memphis .AppealAvalanchemade Brunswick authorities is far from being ban (ribbon or robin). ,. dured dys.epsia.torO'No years with ', ::; .

on obstruction-and that H middleground an assignment Friday for the approved by the public outside thins seemed to prep TOSSESI.BSeeei&Co,231 = 5
: should be discovered on which beneft of preferred creditors. Robert their city in several instances of late.' Sheep-Shearing Machines. .,.- and dice I against had a great proprietary preju- RANGE .'J

the:senate might proceed siSfely and Morgan and Andrew Gwynne were A Storm So many trials of sheep-shearing ma 4J me. ielcs But being I sIvvvIjwyvI sUt _U. The Best for Either Heating or Cooking
, named as A deed of trust at the Fair. chines have in /L try
without shook to its traditions. There assignees. resulted faiue that the Hood's unto I and .-
p' Comfoit Durability.T
was an effort pn the part of Mr. V oor.: was filed placing the franchise in the, Friday evening a tremendous wind belief has become fixed shearing I i did so. I Sarpil r CANCER Cured Permanently Excel in-Style EVERT OS.

bees to'take up the'repeal bill,but Mr. hands' Messrs.. Morgan and Gwynne, and rain storm struck Jackson park:, I i by machinery is entirely ipracticable. .,,( .., my feel fourth better than bottle I,hare and NO KNIFE.JSO.NO B POISON,.NO Fort PI.Payqg..'$TEU r .W > SDS.ZE.O. !T DE.C
Jones,of Arkansas, reminded the senators who authorized to sell -newsp- drenching all of the 100,000 or more This idea seems to be a one, in SO years'and am Ptso's Remedy for Catarrh the ASK YOUR STOV DEA"

: : that there was a matter:pending per and, its franchise to spectators who stayed for the iumi-I| as machines operated by horse power cured." FHAVK C. STTART.Marshall, Mich.Hood's' Best. Easiest t Use. and CheapestCATARRH 1 TO U show dealer yon wr.t tolSAACA.SHEPPARDCO 1 i
no near you
-I in executive'session which tro&ld occupy fed creditors in the sum of $81,000. nation, broke in portions of roo: ore in successful operation in England .,
of the manufacturers' building and the I. and in It is : Cures .111).
t j the remainder oT the day, Tho usralia said that a \LTUIOtE
should read the art blew off a section of the flock of 200 will Sold by druggists or sent by mail, L4rGST .1 .t..r R lS THE sotA
fecate then FfP oe4ed to 3xeoutiTe Jvtrb'dy .paper ano galler sheep warrant the I .,Ho'. JKpr tick 50e. E,T. UszeItlne. L' ,
irIT.. .. ,I' .een up wjtp! i! t the tfm Aa. ai walk roofi and damageda purchase of one of these machines.' ,... "'.- -- P1lu 111 tulo-, Warren, Pa. N. hT.'. ::.. .......,.1birtyntue"Jj.! } "'

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