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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1893
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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!f. VOL. XV. STAKKE, FLORIDA: FRIDAY OCTOBER 13, 1893.ti.. NO.' 1 N.

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> f r re : FLORIDA NEWS NOTES. to inspector. No parties will be admitted FARM GROVE AND GARDEN. plants during five months of growth, TRADE TOPICS. I

-f, who have been in Brunswickor throw off 200 times: their dry weight STARKE DRUG CO.
other infected locality; unless of water. --
poi.sensed -
Report of the Past Week's Business by
r't of a'certificate of immunity to Now, when the contents of the leaf
Items of Interest Gathered d at Random yellow f ever,Finned Vy the state health Interesting[; Notes for Fruit aM Truck cells or the peel cells become denser Dun & Co.

r Iron All officer of Florida, his agents, or Drs. by this evaporation, the less dense: l is difficult to detect .n)signs ofimprovement. WHOLESAU AND RETAIManufacturing
Over the State R. D Murray or H. D. Geddings, U. Growers liquid of tho cells next below will flow While"there has been

S. Marine Hospital service. Certificates into them, and from the third into the Rome addition to the number of manu

t Q. It is estimated that the crop of of immunity must include thor- U inter Vegetation In the (:r.Yr. !second' and so on down to the roots. facturing establishments and the num Chemists.Our .

;' organges in Columbia county this ough disinfection of clothing and bag- i Dr. Oeo. Thurber and other agri- The moister condition of the atmosphere of hands a work during the past

: season will make forty or fifty carloads gage. Identification cards issued by cultural chemists assert that the process I in showery weather causes less week, it is becoming painfully clear lowest.
the
city health officers, that the orders obtained do not suffice stock is the purest and best. Prices
, i.. .. : mayors or conrtuftitlUls of plant growth begets heat. Of ; evaporation to take place from the
under proper seal, will he acCt course the amount i fruit, while the greater amount of water to keep emplot'l at full time even -
generated is'ery
rr x Morey A: Co., the new clear) Havana ]It''ll and respected. Parties presenting small, but it is sufficient to enable one in the soil causes the sap tu.rise the Jmitt'l at present engaged. We guarantee our
<< themselves at the state line faster, and the is that the Reports other cities disclose a

.' cigar made manufacturing their first large firm shipment of Tampa of, without these documents render them- sod to assert is warmer, for than instance! the, naked that a earth grass, l fruit receives juices consequence too fast and is rup- distinct the check in businessThere if, FEVER AND AGUE CUBE OUR ASTHMA SPECIFICAnd

reives liable to on whole, less activity and ,
detention tured.
' for ohs 1(8
cigars a few days ago, 21,700, to a Detroit tion rva- and the depths of a forest warmerthan confidence future than
'i; hoUfco. or exclusion from the state. the pltLin.lore than that I These regardingthe make to be the best.Physicians' .
Josrpir Y. PORTER, M. D., the open considerations show how irrigation there was I week ago, and this is in everything we
process of vegetation give off be beneficial through the
State Health may many cases attributed to the uncertainty -
J. It{ Gilbert of Kissimmee has recently Officer. moisture which is more or lets of a growing season by making the flow regarding the monetary future Filled

imexited a broom which util- protection against cold. Prof. J. W. I j lof sap constant and regular, thus which the in the senate causes. Prescriptions Carerully Day

izes palmetto leaves or wire grass, U.I.1\lu1 In I.tick. Hmld says: "The clover belted neighborhood I preventing those alterations of moist- The stock delay of money in Xew York

when they wear out n new supply DeLaudclaims the richest educational aids the fruit grower in a way 1 i ure and drough which probably conduce banks has increased rapidly, and the or Night. -

woven into the handle. institution fund anywhere in the: frequently unsuspected. The air not 1 little to this splitting. retirement of clearing house certificates -

l south. ly! the death recently of Mr. from the southwest that passes overa ( at New York and tit other cities ST E, FLA.

I: The state board of pardons at a lute and Mis. Calvin 1'. Sampson, of clover-field, at almost any stageof .'luridl PlionplmM-* Frrlilispr.The shows a great improvement in the ft

session pardoned A. M. Noble of Pen- Wiibhiiigtou, their t'r.tntt''lllnet1 at growth, has not the dry, heated, J'rarh' Farnirr has I hi!h monetary /ituati n. .

sacola convicted of ndnltry. The line over $1,000,000, goes to the John B. breath-taking effect which the same opinion of all phosphate's. I says There'i is not as much encouragementas

in the CPU having been paid, he was Stetson University of Dt>Lnnl1. This breeze has when passing over bare I Florida phosphates are more easily might be desired in the industrial Raa..I _oltl.bu,

restored to citizenship Generous couple had already made surfaces, or grass or grain stubble. In I disintegrated, softened reports for the week. An increased .comOOlfORRHCEA lH i__t .i n aIGLEEI..tSdyt ItO

munificent dountionstothe institution, Kansas and Nebraska, during the I ly in better condition lulIPllIrt'lt- number of is reportedin KINCH ._* ur.tajariou an d_ I I S,_-
estallshmeut ,4. r
Tampa's wlolcsale fish" business presenting with a very valuable library years when tens of thousands of acres lated by plants than almost any other operation, Ilt sagging of pricesin I BALM CO.,Pra's,Itfinti.6. +

I mounted to more than $200,000 last building one of its handsome of corn were "fired by the hot, dry :( phosphate! known. This physical con- print cloths and some other cotton

beacon, and the prospcctsaregootl that Imillingun.l: contributed the elegant "southwesters," it was found that I elition has led to the use of such. goods, and in the more important products -

the figures will be much larger at the furniture placed last winter in Elizabeth dds escaped almost entirely that phosphates fertilizers without of iron and steel, discloses greatly -
end of the hall, an $100,000 building "rected were flanked on the southwest by clover / previous THE .
present
season. Tmnpu treatment with sulphuric ncid. retarded business. The demand for NEWS I IN GENERAL
Time. by Mrs. Stetson, the wife of the fields, and on the same principle :
,
generous As
<< .. is well known, most phosphates are iron products is, on the whole, less
I __ Philadelphia from whom the fields escaped that had other I
injury
first treated with sulphuric acid in or- satisfactory than it was a week ago. I tta tta
It is said that $8,000 of the city ofOQala't college was named. large fields of corn over which the I der to the phosphoric arid free before Sh.e billets are selling at Pittsbnrg I 1- w

scrip i ia now outstanding, nod This college was first founded by I'corchillgiucls must first pass. This j used le for fertilizing Condensed from Our Most Important .

tho city father desire to take this up Hon. H. A. DeLand and was known as mission of clover has long heed recognized Florida })phosphates have been purposes.used practically. Ate BOTANIC
and the interest the DeLand academy. A few on the borders of the great deserts Telegraphic
stop before incurring years during the several years past to a con- In the manufacture of wool there is
the expense of putting in the fire ago its name was changed to the John in Asia. Without fear of successful t siderable extent directly applied to the sti a remarkabble hesitation and I BLOOD BALMA

alarm! telegraph) or any other expense B. Stetson University, for the rich contradiction, it can in like soil without previous treatment with demand for consumption is much And Presented In Pointed. and 1"<11-

that can he avoided.In Philadelphia hatter, and from whom mariner be stated that the raspberrypatch sulphuric acid, and the results have restricted, so that the purchases of tile thoroughly tested RemedyFOR
Paragraphs.
since then the college has received the strawberry plantation the
been favorable. It having been wool at the principal market, notwith- ALL .
the death of 1', rich donations. It is one of the modern vineyard, the orchard,thE' nursery and --
that
C. Sampson, of proved these phosphates are standing some speculative buying, l
and model educational institutions the garden will show less The New York democratic state BLOOD and SKIN
North Adams, Mass., on the 28th ult., damage by t'qnllll'alualle without previous have been only 2,(>2f(,9iKj pounds, DSESE.Tll.
DeLantl of the south, and its growing prqyierity fungus attacks, leaf rolling, fruit blis- > : convention was called to order standard remedy ,
and
Florid-i lost a good treatment with sulphuric acid, it will against fi,727,400()() for the same week Tlmrs-I found wanting,
friend. He was the second largist; is simply phenomenal. It has neara tering, etc., when protected on the enable' them to be delivered to the lust year. The movement of wheat day noon at Saratoga. \ aq eminent pbJlcaD. who has used for aUtfbeases ftwith

contributor to Stetson university at "score of the best instructors that south and southwest by clover fields farmers at a very much less price has been fairly large and the price has Lockwood, of BvtTnlo, was elected eertalP for which It is recommended.success It.
i could be secured and its or corn fields. In this view of the per chairman. MTtr fails to boooflt from the Hut dora.esilakly
opening was temporary
,
DcLaii'l, havIngCXlll'nell'lllJlIlII thousand ton than superphosphates can possibly declined about two cents, while corn and effectually driving out altmease
dollars under the most: auspicious conditions.Don't case: might not n coating of green be Three of and five germs Iroiu the system throughmedinta
in also about
furnished. has cent.
building and furnishing The whole of the ex- yielded one new cases clollt iK of Rx, skin, liver and kidneys -
I the college,. clover be a benefit to the orange grove pause of the sulphuric acid in Cotton is 1-4 cent higher, with other tenths were reported Leghorn, Italy without any unpleasant Injurious
tbe result of
neetIet eflfeeu. It Is not Ignorance
I __ ship Green Urn II!:"", during the winter, aswell as a source the treatment and the the distinctions in crop prospects, and Thursday. In Palermo there were or superstition, but It Is founded upon

t 'The state pardoning board has passed : Ail old and experienced orange of fertility? As to the* latter there is treatment is saved. Powdered Florida pork products! are also somewhat fourteen deaths and 110, new cases. eomosoD modern sense medical and a science.thorough It knowledgeof effectnally

upon two* applications tho ]past buyer of Chicago writs the following no uncertainty, but the former remains -' phosphates containing from 25 to hig-ber-pork, ;; cents per r barrel. Since September"Oth there have been baalthtotbesutferer.the As blood a general and brings tonic

week.: Joe Peacock, of Walton county communication to the 1'III(1 flied to be proven ; and we may add :30 per cent of phosphoric acid are Oil ]has advanced sharply, and after sixty-eight cases of cholera and thirty- I-*I*without- a rival and In Us analysis of

p convicted of murder and sentencedto in regard to the shipment of greenoranges that the matter will be tested this winter I. now sold in the Boston market atwholesale some reaction closed 2 cents per barrelhigher eight deaths in the lunatic asylum at ettceyoad comparison" properties with any it Is remedy absolutely eve
with crimson clover in the experimental Zbretftft tbe public. 11 is a pan acea I
be hanged, commuted to imprisonment : ( for $10 per ton and retailed than a week ago. I is possible Nocera.A TTseemmng from impure .ndlmpver a
for life. I noticed a little article in grove of the Parma anil Fruit for $15 ton. that the surplus in circula- od-the rarrent-of
A.
M. Nobles, of Es- your paper (,"I'uwcr.T.n. per cnrt'IWY special of Thursday from Lincoln, I fl_r. Enwma.Khlis
of recent date about the shipment must not be tion has the of stimulating .. j Catarrh.atlMtt .
cambia, convicted of adultery and I forgotten that these nutnnl el't'et Neb., says: It was after midnight b Eruption JUver. Kidney am4r

fined; fine paid, granted u full and of green oranges, also an advertisement powdered Florida phosphates act in a speculative activity.. Happily, the fore the democratic state liiad BlA. "'emA Weak -
free pardon. of a commission house in your and Camphor in }'Iorldl'e \. I beneficial wa apart from their mere changes thus far have not diminishedthe settled its disputes by the overwhelming I tae,. ) I ete

city advising their shipment at'thl' have never seriously advocatedthe contents of )phosphoric acid. The exports of products which con- defeat of the silver element, led by INVESTIGATE FOR YOURSELF.

Track laying is progressing: on the present) time, antI as I have a warm interest culture of tea, much less that of lime which they contain appears to be tinue fairly large. Congressman Bryan. Secretary Mor- Bend for our Free Book of VmJnaMe

Cftrrabelle, Tallahassee! and Georgia !' in all that relates to the welfareof camphor, for commercial purposes, but +1 in excellent condition by producing Failures continue to decrease in ton directed the movement of the repeal together. wltl remarkable a wonder

, railroad under the supervision of General the fruit growers of Florida, please!' have urged the planting of both for i I; proper flocculation of the soil. Their number and importmcf though not as leaders from Washington. all known to reraedjM '

Manager A. Orr and allow: me to say a few words in relation lawn decoration, they being hardy and j application, therefore, to clayeysoil much as hoped. 'ht numhtr reportedfor mto. certificates testify wiii
Symington I btif' Reliable reports received from all that Bonnie Blood
highly ornamental. :Mr.: D. R. .
to the matter. Pilsbyof would the States fcr the week
Chief Engineer F. P. ])/ullon. Iron doubtless prove highly beneficial Unittl past parts of Southwestern Texas show that cheapest, .uleke t.great'

is coming by: rail t
be with in
will be utilized as fast as it arrives. orange business for six years as a may grown profit i i phosphoric acid. Their application to last year, and in Canada! 45, against 3f( been picked and about half marketed.The II.C per boltiti; s.oo for t bcttUs..
, buyer and shipper. During that timeI Florida. In a communication to theAgriculturist soils is last The disposition to include drufglsu;It not.send 1 ns.A4frees .
Only thirty miles remain to be laid sandy equallhc.neficial on ac- year. has been gathered inn, o
and obtained he says: of all and financial failures with crop hurr BLOOD BALM CO:,AI..b. 0. .
south consign-
of Tallahassee to complete the bought on count neutralizing the acids pervading banking in.the last ten days. There ,no .
"I look 1)
ment boxes which to see three plants come into those of commercial wi
200,000 this class
line to Carrabelle.It nearly of soils. Thusin the nnl Ua1lCnctur- top The will
were shipped to New York, Boston great prominence in Florida at no application of these phosphates we find ing concerns during past year, has cent crop.short of last crop yield in south per
Cincinnati and I distant day-tea, cinnamon and cam led to estimates which do much year's
is now definitely settled that the Chicago. 1 double benefit ; first, the improvement injus- west' TeXQ8.
f:*te Firemen's associationtournauent usually came into the state phor, because they are perfectly at which it makes in the physical tice to mercantile interests.
home here and because their products ,, A cable dispatch of Wednesday from
will be held in 3nforil on or about the first of October condition of the soil, and, the
November SCARED BY
on are of staple value. They are highly "econt, Buenos Ayres : The of Rio 31CE
but of TWENTY-SIX CASES OP FEVER says 1)011
15, 16 and 17 and time never permitted any myshippers amount of plant food in itheing *(
a grand may \ Janiero tf
ornamental. The is 'and Santos declared
are
camphor especially dO
be to ship any of the fruit until more than double that of phosphoric
expected Chief Ilow ton, of Pulatla beautiful in habit, dense and blockaded by: Admiral :Mcllo.: His .Elephants, Lions and Tigers Sre.me
writes after the first of Xoveiulur. I have symmetrical a' id contained in the highestgrades Reported in Brunswick in One Day- ob
promising two teams and the lower limbs resting on ject is to cripple the trades of the cityto and Jumped la Fear. ,'
ncft'l'n any oranges in Florida that of superphosphate sold in the Tile Highest Number Yet Recorded. I
Chief '
delegates Gatitiar
of Orlando
; before November the ground, top rounded with new I i such an extent as to force the sur- For enlightenment of the incredulous l-
to maiket. In
two were ripe enough ship I applying phosphates to of fever : 1
teams Chief Adam Noble of Lees- Twenty-six cases yellow
; '
render of Rio. Trade in in
growth with an especially lively paralizeil has sniffed scornfully *--
1, and there are few ripe the soil, the so-called soluble the Brunswick health pron"who always '
burg, two teams and delegates Chief Impel- were reported by
_ : dish tint. With the new uses of red-I consequence of the blockade and even that the
antI 'mamoth ;
then to meet
have
Lohman enough ship phosphates been generally used board and death that of
of Fernandina, two teams, and the with Friday, one the banks are closed. the and
camphor, ease elephant, 10rdlyol tht
with a ready sale and bring goodprices. at high cost, but they cannot
with numerous others to i bo heard a'ry Mrs. K. Talkerson, of Jekyl island. the
and
would at
is secured it tiger tremble run sightof
by simple processes can- be utilized in that condition A San Francisco dispatch of Wednesday -
from within the by plants, Eight patients were discharged as
ensuing two three of "
or little series
not fail to forward a mouse a experiments:
come as a commercially The steamer Joan the tender
: -
for says
'vcekt According to my experience no or- i they were they would act corrosively cured. lathe .
useful But it is of the were made by F. Hamilton
plant. of the Pacific steam fleet I
whaling
,
't in Florida before November on their tender tissues.
nuges are ripe Theyrevert Recapitulation-Cases under treatment winter the"Barnura & Bailey
---- tea I wish to write. The old quarters
plant word that Porter of .
:, The Orlando llcitnrlcr says: Within 10, What their condition is that intricate to tnetr original condition wiie'iiapplied 102 ; discharged, 64 ; died 15; brings Captain Circus in Bridgeport, Conn These. experiments ,
the past ten days there have been this season I am not prepared to say, bugbear manipulation was to the soil, nIl they are then total, 171 ; ratio of mortality 8.3 per Newport, while in pursuit of whales proved that the old story ';
I and slow suited the 'I
cheapest reached
only the
) in finer state of division than parallel.
no the eighty-fourth
I forward
three organizations founded which but do not.think they are more correct in every particular, _
will make Orlando their headquarters.The tiiis season than they usually possible labor not susceptible of powdered phosphate. cent.The increase in cases sustains the The sea was unusually free of ice this Of the twelve elephant 'four lions' ,-
machine management on a large scale otherwise he could not have
the fruit after year, five and to which..a
areWecan
tigers
Seventh gather THE VIGILANT WINS assertion .repeatedly given out that leopards
Day Adventists of the
has been done with and tea is
&to have the middle of September: and put it away hardly the half lias been told in regardto gone .so near the pole. The Oreely mouse was thrown only tho' veteran
in
so gained membershipand .: now coming into line with most other --- in 1882 attained altitude of
party, trick "Don" had the courage to
course of three to elephant
through a sweating the nimberof; cases in the al
, The First of
financial Series of
to warrant a Races for
strength as : in factories cty.
products leing111Iltlle! 83 degrees, minutes. Captain'.Porter face the tiny intruder The.other. an1-
' six days and then expose it to the sun, There are at'J# twenty-five to fifty .
organization of n state eonferenee.The going into a hopper and, comes out tea. America's Cup.A the favorable
was so including Royal Bengal tiger
and then it will color up nicely and cases yet undiagnosed that should be says concitiol mal tht
Florida Tract society \"l' settled The revival of the tea New York ". ferocious
government special says: Howling that if he dogs sleds, he thinks th3 mot
it But it is hal
look as though were ripe. classed as yellow fever and when the
1' upon Orlando as their heudtpiartern, flavor and thereis farm in South Carolina on rather new along under 1 fair wind, the Americancup he might \ taken to ice and reached I beasts in the collection, screamed or
not it has not a good committee appointed finish their l la-
and this will mean that from Orlandoall ; lines has shown what be done. A defender in terror and '
+ little flavor in it, but there is may Vigilant, crossed t the bers it will be fact. the pole.A trumpeted got as fa away
the books, tract, papers, etc., usedby very friend has been experimenting for line at Sandy Hook lightship at 3:30 I, proven a Berlin Before; leaving as possible from the mouse.
and it is
of skin .
a lot tough totally special says: -
the denomination in the state will ABSOLUTE TOWER. mice had been .
years and assures me he can, counting o'clock Saturday afternoon, winmcin Prince Bismarck After tho supply of exhausted
useful
unfit for Sunday
be sent out from the oflice here. any purpose. every minute of time at man's wages, the first of the international races for Discussion in the city, at Jesup and Kissengen front. Hum ,a lot of small rats were used,
It is simply a waste of time and a King
and with crude make the American : at other the reeeiyt l1ilatch and furnished still more striking: .
The 4
appliances, a cup. arrived places over government'spowers him win- the
to force the ripening and shipment "nlk1t' Italy, offering for a the
Preparations are being uuulu by money pound of the finest tea for 20 cents. home almost eight lute : when an epidemic breaks out ter residence the 1 castle of the fear inspired by
at
of to the northern markets milut'! royal Capodi .
both the steamship and railroad linesto oranges The does not and both caused of the matter. rodent.
at i
plant seem particular as were once tow i an investigation
V Monto Bismarok
and it seems to me that after the I near Naples. It is only fair to that'the mice feltas
handle the orange crop, and indications experience which the orangc.gr"owf'rslwve to soil. If planted singly with plentyof by their respective> tenders and hurried The investigation proves that Surgeon although declining the offer, expressed much terror as did say th'largeanimals,
point to more transportation it will six feet to their of shelter htyRidge. :: at Jesnp Brunswickand
eight off 'tInrrlly'swer
t room grow or place himself touche-d theking's
had they should have learned as greatly by but there was no fear shown by the jrats.They.showed .
facilities being offered men for and but for best I other in the .
orange high quite as wjde, any suspected place kindue'Rs. is uiultTKtooil that
now to not ship their fruit until na- I fight at once and prang at
reaching the markets of the world culture must be planted close so as to It was magnificent contest from immediate section is absolute. So
ture has put it in condition. I the reply to the king's message left the the JJeosts) with"which they were fag g ed..
C than ever before. In addition to those proper fully shade the ground. The points of view ami demonstrated completely has by an act -
:young navy congress
# The of small fruit--peaches. way open to his future acceptance of One them gave Jenny, the lioflesa, ,
already chronicled is n new ventureon crop etc. in the north leaves from which good tea is only for that day fit }CIt, the superior passed February 15, 1893, vested tie royal hospitality. Bismarck's such a nip on the no.i.that bar majestyL-:
plums ,
the part of Philadelphia capitalists. and grapes, the pears Pacific coast, is enormous made may be gathered for three construction of the center boarder, I I him with authority that he can, i dauntless resolution to ant! screamed n loudly ta a woman'would .-.-

it On Nov 15 a new line of two steamships this on and for this fruit are months. When once the ground is over the cutter as well as the superior necessary, stop the church from holding his determination to 8c1,1. the under the same circumstances."Don '

v will be run bet wen Jacksonvilleand year, prices well covered little culture is needed." 'Ichman -hip of nu"i, who handled: service, force the entire population out treatment 'nut f1111t ," the old trick inane, .
clephant
low. There will be an abundant > a living man,
Philadelphia through the orange very of this fruit all through October Times-Union. Eng1h boat. of the infected district, stop the courts are his motives < refusing unusual short work of his two _( le simply
season. Parties are now in the city supply and the sale of merchandise or goods favors from stepped on them. The of the
securing wharfage. The indications nnd green or premrtnrelyripened TWO RECEIVERS of any character. A word from him will any quarter."Annual other elephants were .ludicrous. They _
will stand show beside this Why Oranges spilt. .
point to the largest crop of oranges in oranges no Powers in the Farmer call the government to his support in i-uiiesT" danced around like 1 flock of shoppersand ,
1 Stephen gives:
1 the history of that industry, but with fruit Alter November good ripeornngt'R Xow Direct the Affairs of Un (( enforcing these laws. Being a man of -- lifted their huge feat just like' the ,
# will be called for, and if and Fruit Grower an evidently cor Wi The naturalist Walker bya their skirts. t
you void lift
a broader market the anticipate nil Uailronil. good but firm judgement, he has not oceraine shoppers
growers have them it will be proper to send rect explanation of the splitting of series of experiments that puls ofa Trainer Conklin bee'irne nc'rou" after .,>
i better than have prevailed.A The Central Railroad eol't'clinrshil used his power in Jesnp or Brunswick ;
prices
them forward. But don't ship green oranges. After explaining a theory Oiniauy and has allowed the local authorities hibernating animal sinks from eightyto a few minutes and put the Investigators
fruit now nor at any other time. advanced by a certain writer, who at- matter was disposed of twelve beats a minute, and that the out of the elephant house. The big -
in both to retain control of
special to L. 13. ""oIl1 well, commissioner There are lots so-called comniissiou tributes this splitting to osmotic force, : Jackson lit WtibhingtonHiitimlny. places i I process of respiration cannot be verified animals could be heard trumpeting for

;, of agriculture for Florida, merchants who will advise anything he continues: Now, this writer above Upon the petition cononr- their municipalities. This action is )y any distinct motion of the chest mus- more than an hour afterward. The lions

':; says: "The late heavy rains, uCCOUi)8niell1y for trade, but such merchants mentioned sought to explain the rod iu by many bondholders snit M-CU- due, not not to lack of authority, but cles. Te torpor of such creatures a* and tigers and leopard quieted down '
which of rity holders of the system tho court because he saw no necessity of taking bats Canadian: pine squirrels ap- much more quickly, and after they had
winds the
fruits
a high passed don't know vh: they art talking! cracking of by operation
' over middle and western Florida and the force of nature as between the appointed R. Soniera Hayes! of New absolute control. The Jesup and proaches, in fact, a total sl pension of ben fed they only lay and winked at. ,
about. York, co-receiver with H. M. Comer, Brunswick authorities work in complete the vital functions, and there is no doubt that were were thrown at them. o -
1 which were consequent upon the cyclone ia V TtJT.-d times aId st-arci denser juice of the fruit and the lighter '
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the present receiver, the ground of harmony to accomplish the lava of certain insects survive Two little pumas from California in "
moving central west of Pensnco- tv of :money in ite hands of workingpeople rainwater on the outside, assuming the being the magnitude of any good rssults that might be obtained. frosts that congeal every drop of moisture one end of the lion house had been left ,tout
< la did considerable to cotton "others of that the water in so much faster Ptttil
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and the price oranges passes in theft The limits of
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V.i 11 the red land wtnining it very badly lUll .ifraia. man they have ever been, ruptured. An insuperable objection 111 the -TtRD.Y.Thitythree ly determined, and for all we now, I into their cageand in an il { .

t>. 1 where the stalks were of low growth ; and if there can be found a market in to this view is the fact that the in no wise reflecting Mr. upon is the present new cases of yellow butterfly egg deposited upon I leaf and animals were on him and he was no Dor bt: '.

i consequently the crop has sustained! nI Europe for the surplus of the orange ruin on the orange dries off after a I I l''einr. Hayes Duluth president fevr an one death were reported carried by storms to the summit of A mouse met with the same fate, and

it I still further reduction in yield since of Florida, it will be best for the shower in u few minutes, while the i I of the Ht. Paul and 1IilwH,1, Saturday. Five patients were dis Mount Blanc might rest in a rock crevicefor the investigators adjourneVl.witH- three _

the report of ten days Itg-t i. It is misestimated crop to find it and send there nil splitting does not begin for several and of the Xew York and Xorthern. charged.: The patient who died was ages, without forfeiting its cuncr cheers for the plucky American beasts.v

e that this year's crop will growers that market will take at fair prices. days, sometimes a week, after the The appointment is received with Eugene Dart, on St.: Simon's island. of resurrection, if, after the lapse : It ,had be planned to try the effect

not exceed: 40,10: bales, which i9 California '" giving us about all the shower has fallen.It general satisfaction by nil comvraetl. The weather is varible. The outlook millennium, another storm should carry' of music nerves of theanimals .'

[about 25; per cent less than the crop of wo w en* U''>w. Some are comin" is much more probable that the A Vote Wanted. is gloomy. Cases are piling up and it back to its mother haunts in the foot.hilts.Weekly _and a frightened little Italian with' a
ill 11891 oranges is the yellow fever is rapidly on the in- [ Ueview.IIIK violin had been provided,for that : ;
.I- and about 30( per cent greater in from Louisiana, ana there rupture is cuuseil hy tho too rapid ascent At the animal meeting of Winston, pur "
tH'' for the lit l.i de- of drawn from the roots crease. From house to house and streetto rrencn are pose. His fingers trembled.!violently' ':A
I than the crop of Ih92: allowing no scarcity and but very sap up X. C., chamber of commerce Friday government experimenting '
j increase of :30 per cent acreage over maud for thut k'ud of fruit while oth- by the same mysterious force. It is resolutions were unanimously adopted street it jumps, throwing entire fam- with, electric' locomotives, the when he wa placed before ,thtigr'8:
that it is ilies into sick beds gradually, but I invention of J. J. Heilmann. cage that
1891. This ill proportion, abundant.I believed] by naturalists en- I They are "Ta-r'l-bom-deay"
year's crop fruits are so declaring the delay of the senate in
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than toornn"eCf'owers dosmose which drives the surely. As each man is stricken another -E, propelled by coal and steam turned into Llnlaby, > :.
T cent better this letter by saying tap upward
c I Js only about > )per I ":\ close acting on the Sherman is doing ir- York Herald. .
ne is added to the relief associa electric in the locomotive and it
the branchesnnd family ,
ast ill Florida, through theTmcfil'nion from the roots to to the of the I power : .,
year. '" that when commissionmerchants leaves. The leaves of plantsin reparable and injury confidence Ims1lsR is rapidly diminishing tion's list of sufferers The scarcity of is claimed for this invention that it gives .. ,
exhale country supplies has compelled the association practically more power than is c
and others "advise" shipments growing weather constantly ; usualy .
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stateRaird.t' among people, done the action of AX ARTIST, IS LnE
the to feed only women and children.SrSDAY'8 by steam on -7JaerTe .
the Public--Notice is hereby of green fruit to the northern moisture from their surfaces, and the people of the world in the upper the piston. There is besides the further idea of that barber callA;

given that until otherwise or.leroJidentifictttiou markets!, don'i do it, amount of this exhalation dependingon branch of the national emigres EECOBD. advantage of more easily controlling the artist! He is simply a Visemper. <

I curls and health certificates the hygroinetric condition of the for avoiding the principle that the Thirty-two new cases yellow fever power thus generated and with little ? "":"taa

will '1>? q'iirctljj'' all persons Very few emigrants from Spain corn. atmosphere. When the air is loaded majority rule I were reported Sunday ,and seven were wais I is on,these lines tht some day Jnmpupp-Tht'sj'lst the reason why a"

-i.-.{entering the t-tati? t ri rida.. Such .to the United, States. :Most of them with moisture less is throw off by: the '. discharged. have wagons country and he Look what

: u:4: Ifcertificnt:* -.;. .: .! i riV definitely take their new residence ia South leaves; when it is dry, they throw off Lowry' City, Mo., hu a 3740 you> I city roads prople by electric power t picture he made of my face this mom- :

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1 ; f C'4$7 f.ht"wat! tlti J" tl.25.V : rJ at kv,Lu'f; U. M.1 't J 'AI 'M 5cb aT ,.f 5:-ars are a4eintt-. : t.st& -, f.j Q1I': =?!
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tif, '4 'Air JI' "r, c. II I If f II u.m. A I> b. '* ti cZ szz w j
:: "2r:4ttKm of tM '1c41i tiiutm-ut -1\r1 p-u Jt.z .tr:ri t. T J.t cl a,. Steamer "ETEllGL.1DE"-Cspt. W. A. Shaw.o .
1ViI I f.JdbUkb4 th.t sim 'I'piid oft iL.
TJ 1 b'msari't GI'vt'.Y) tti, < VJI.t.fb. o-A'.S .w.r..t-o a i OAJ".IT r..z a:4.i.L.Zi uo j
WIN' .;m, .1*, cr2t44! a g'4 tin c 1Ia.tJ *JuIiD fu"lw u ( tt 4I a..VALtitz uA V",-v zVIt !, I :. J.u.LLT r" u .o.&r.&P L 5 'j pma...; T "; %T SLZCi
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pr4ML If Mfro were istli S .tIt'' u.k.. fbd-d actf .. IIi1.61 !Tv.tf4 t'. frotttiil lhr. tU i.ri'A1.4 ,
\n J'4Lts h at J-tir in iI uJ 1a1aj f E General Pa*ens'r and Ticket Office, 88 ,-. Uaj St. Jack4mTillc. )
Ilk! iAy e ud l, awJ, u t1I fr r4t4Ii.wl 1L411imu hllt IU'Dlrflt r.r-.t Y'If" F t. I'-.r/'r A D. 2tb cs' ,

r',3r. i4ttu I a.r.t1 'it1r .,1 I Je r'' U. 201 .y of rr.-.itlth lnl a j ..I' : :: 31. II. ( LTDE. A. T >!.. F31.. lE051iO>tei.JL JR. Th_ Pr. < .
,. ,tIfd.J of tW CI.mrt' prIvtt1iIp' .a,. -11 tho lr.-.a L.A.ln ).2J.tt.. tIM tjir1 .:
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S f urbiUirt; -I atI '1. 3 Bo-linz: Grtrta, New Tort S* Wtay M-. -i< ec'Ar.te fla. j
t.t th-1j'-r Jr(akh tt !'/Soi:4''lrj.j .
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: .m aIWtr, hw, if Ihi .j"bwt ',1( lfLiV4 ; :1muiI'fJIS ILt tim ci'mt I t a .:4 tvJ. ,rz VI tk" v- 1'U i FurA G. ECEII. T. M Jso. L (TUU'. Fla.I Frt .tg., .,I
I J'.iv t t. 'DaUuIt IIi fumUhwill bi.fllc HJIIial 'tt..tfltJoJfJ i it t.-al1tfJ to mr til ta I-u.iO'1", SoU''A tract of h.J.tl ,
tim I 3 liowjinr Gre*:. Ne' YorSt. FWM Laur ; L. JIL1)1Jt. .
It nes ti1 w'jwiWie& (t1Jtrnt l .b lock ofOKNTH' I Il ',1 r1tA'1f1a Ie",. t.t5 '-:&".71 oo it- 1 _\. J. C'-LE. PaVtCJtr A?fctt. J. A. LtiLJZ 5 crie."t1. ':
"t: 'fletbgfM4 rufmurn4 bavc (or < 'w4t 1At-4tLt'lf3. p ..
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; G. S. HACKER & SON I fiuMi. r'-viT-1. 4 l tI f"J'JitT ft..JQti.' I I It j &,-*!!cz Grtt-n Ne* York. Ftot L&ur ic. J"cLsasrille, Fix.W .
tJ.M wAkitor .,1Li. 911 We .,tiu 'Vlfllrt l.at I'JlNJ I i 'jurtrf>!ir V'IA t1 '41'.t IJ'ar".IT <'h, I Ii j "
: pM444 I upon young i I, .1K,i E*" (..4t1N2 S T<- -
of poWic iurtrucii'/u I Le 1uui.h'J' J AM _. i t. r.bm.ap e13 >L P. CLYDE = CO.. G r.t"nlr.t5..
eodtM, trill tiC waubt4 l wit/) tliJoterwrt ,itL fir* JII''i' ..1II, 'It timiwirds BOYS'D .A rpA or ,(rJ.ULirz, '):IY/fJth!'of TtT rB kl.ii;': twctjt IDfA/'V-at*'. ,ThE*. r. 2i. tI111 > ,
1. S. IMiware! AT.. PfailsdelpL'u. 3 Boviin* G lttn.e. York.Fla..
r 4peb 'I// ImJniir J in r .rA 'O' 4bt.. FU oors Sash Blinds Mouldings (..*r will Jx r: uir-! t'J pay for ti. rnatji-i -i
tn1s Wf4 'fJr.h". 11.Jl'I'JiIt$ of ,,I t.ti. J. L f atzzz.tate. :

tM. uf .114' Y'pjvtb JwSkial his *b'i 'circuit. faivio 1 rh. \IY" S. 1"'o.J MtrI L. : s'lEWART M. D.
\ fV3er ct"ly upo Material -
Buildinj Sheriff's
f at..k Uti t1I VAtVA.HJ u.r.tJl If'D'I. Sale.
St.irh".CIJILn., Oiff: Tie* L't 'lr I I ; -
Cir" j wg4i arid JiIilu .U.ola.:1 isJ'a fill I""rl".1- 'ky. tw j Csfc 'lay oft 'T"'f"tr'. 14g. tl1l J&U. ; -
l v tzV4fte tim' tu&i Of U.- f/Uft ,if ._' \ I'I. L Jen 211. !. t cd o it c:! .\ AND SURGEON
Fin. ShcJ4:11 and Half J. .. > I
JJ L.f"jt 3tai-r.
WEtIJiG JJEI"I"Y..8. aOI2 t4i II' tiih 'It llx nur U:6"k; It I
ut tlc1t ll1Urtt.l tl/w.nh fU lo rurW Notice.NTTICK i; FlorvJa -Bra/ifcrt (.: ia & j (Jc r with i t.nt. Drug (V>.
r td I I .
th-nin -cdicz.. Wren Jacob X. Ti
... r.as1.**$ f:.pIS as Utk4.lMb.. and Glass rm.torz aM r. .\ FLA.
; JH' I have the uiceut linof Gent Fancy a i k }>TbT 21.t-n r't Y..Jl"Alim 1I"i1I1 'IJ" !Dc-&r.t4
-A .*. All r, ( .1"l tUnk tim cJrk .w IJmr : I..r J'Anz IiIlSL-ES uto t frm u
\ti Hi* frxc-l1.ny.' the
for iMr prompt atteuti'/u U Specialty.CIIAICMSHTON ,rioill.. Thur ui n..rIf atl W --,/ Trot/r. sttraburz tf- Co ,er? OWELLULL<. -
: f on 'lay. tl.e il fLiV of N 444 Cs14i1Ji. Mstdw A. Kftffblto abd:.... WI Atl.litLi. :tclIt fly A. l>. .. (',r I.tlr i'&tt ir.ry.1Tati g ,I ai>J it- Y\fjrv\ OraoOoeatanr..
JS.J'JC.' S. C. th'- hlant ( (".. c'rporatkmn *w4k1th f LsS"* of Hv?
.arkd Jrt-Dif/ V.tnpeny.
tim an.1
hpv w.s s ; punoacvof
tnistti
WeIr'g fit"r 'JfI t} ta-rme LJ Ivllt''IDJ.; daar1rr.'b.I1" Pi.yItafl. "t'r d'--r4&Lt.!. I ba T-te P.-dI. D.. SD.I J- C. Wills
.. of tim 144. fill W.I.at swc L sjsiim.s, -fctfi ll/ .*k to U dii. : Ul'1D and 1IIiJI U before the -'In I> temler tbrir prOfc-DI3J Mnios
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I ILA'i"F 13ItOSS. \ in t11 of Star la s&id "
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clc.k1J '1kv. Yu4 J'Jlll, We .H 't'It.I"" IS&114.zJ.iIIy.. of Hf>n : tiffldiIkg.me
;i J. L.I HIIX. : In conuliawwitJi I K -<-tion 21.? of Ar- ing tte l gal Loun of Bk oa that *
9iildbsg ws. IUJt1IIN, Ill' 1'rrn4.I Y"'fMfI of j,"up-rtr. '- TII: 'I "! al. Ur. J. L. Giktt* DTK- Store.
money, ever offered inhiii of n"ri 3a. tfK u,nl -rn ijt III "."1" lasvlsg fmi'o ueiiu.,; s&ndmtyts TliU th* 7tli rt / of E};, ,'t. J'.. H..w..h..r., au'J d'-sincg to br incur J11
r. Iktidt .rId re..flr". u tim "' t.h-' market j.-.ratwJ. an J hilt 'Ittfer |iat>-nt may Ij.- l-u..1 'ne /niaiiof>e-. o&r dTtirg1 box focr -_
8I1v.| *mongth, Mold, THE BETLong to tl*-Jfi m.'l lotLrir euc.t.*-'JT1I CttJrdlDJ tU ar.do harness*, two Acn.e !Iarr'.ir<. on- ri"
c'mrg" p.ftl. U-Inf prmot Jid.td A'I'II .frn ll,*l your l<.1 irhlr 'J"h h.y.C' ii-rIy '- -rtf y: I-roprrty sod to satisfy .a.J -xt'!.. AND COUNsELLo1: AT
'nslJtiX. lSo.z" JIk. Jc"ttnr ,, J. Tli. w.uic of th- profj' l corporation utIAUKf ca--h. E. Eo LA n1 .
; tim rinusiJhlayIiiwfb
.oumIdti 'to
: sniciig filM ik# NatureWtrfJT Ofc."(.K O-MJ-AJfT.:' Oct 0-U Eber.S: Cradfoni :
J ',f 1 ,".:: ilil 1.11.IflC ... __ _. ; ..-, Xo.
ff" Mir 1" M Ofll/1 flau.e who .Jtt- Cotton Gin 2. 'H- P :!;*! 4'- or u' ofof hwr'H.i! = J. J.trl UI. 1 ,04"'I iirsals.g 1(1.'. ry/UI) ud ,Ia.ta"I.Ur4 I. I I ?*M'rjian n) will t- in tJ.t, IratJrd Seriff's Sale.U'SDER :j T.\IE E. .
Jg10' I* Jlnftl ktMrwt p..sunlf.'lJt; "y MIIIk4 Umr criurty. J-lr lI!,. 1 tt FLA
Cmp' njr _.
i ,, 'ral of tl.. 1IJI.in_ and :r -- --- -- ----- -
'h 3. 'ri- it nature to I. br virtue of an xe-:;
% ( .u tlflwuL.wuJluC.J IMI GROCERIES I
u .
oraar. 1rU..I.ttII... I r"I".d (.tJrJ"Jai')1I i. 11.. 1;. KC. tssuJ out of ; ri-iis.
*t IU. LimTW JluJUlw J1JayrA im r Jl&r1 .4I., OFF FOR 3IIHKUY.rr I liTHE i WORLD. rh.i .;, l.r/"lud$ ,, u"'luirm A..d -jr' .4 cr- I Ourt. Fourth Jn-nLil ( rc'ut of :1!-., : _
I BI.f.. I." .....vrap-friut griiriirrr .nld.. >k>rvla. Bradford county In a ... j
kputfs.1hig' pstUs Wth tWuS f 1gli ;_ %\ i'l th..r fruit.,. and for tl.at i.irKM to tl*-iiipe din;. wb -rin Tboma" V J! { (' LOX AND PLASi -
CfllNaI ,
$ r. t. c.. I
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- TI., unrate! Agent jiiriIe.i-. 1. a"'-. hold aMl acquire .ueb plaotaai plaintiff and Iri Johns wa dfti.
r Wtoe.k ( flr
: 'In II* cr/MmufcH/, CnfH.iM nl,fit a.rln" v141 CRPUerulJng My '<.ri(* w' of tin- I.I .." .11. or" '$1t alll 'HAl J p-rIutm jroptrty ir l.ri**! u'>a and rom Mil l.- : li-.. ,i TKKKH.:
.,.J) 'Jw nwrldlan of Ilfi wsth IW ut- r.. the :thsi I (' ( 'I.le.lra.1! | Ci jII", and HratJr..rcJ c',',n'y. J-'ltrlda. r.1 tiaewherc. lu door iii lime Uiwn of S' r'r, KI >a-! c. ; : KI:
( Onktf flrIdrs, of the .t 0 et'ukl very he.t. I ,I.-.I only in the' he.t ofeverything. I keep) on haii'l .t full Mipply of may zfc.5'r3flII'J c'J"\"" '-tot for bu4I- tb! first Monday in c..ftKr. 1-S1 ;; FLORIDA.
.. Itbl(1n sod c<*fWnt* of .his Ml lwa. : : m\r\ Arrived ls&bt Huoday on the .... arid at pitkur! t(, mortgagBell an I con4 -m bcJD? ilie Lrth day of .i : .."-"tI. A KVK. : JIT (amp Uto.- Bik k

., tcJilfe l 1l|f ,Iif14 (II a bright i1vt3oui. J ::10 trIn ffi/ni tic( noutli and 'left I,, llie' Pure LanI 1".1 l fluttertpccialiv. EXTRAS WALRUS LEATHER ETC. \:3 .tti'TIc Ioal/It'aiiiouut. of tlif capital sUxrkcoidpfUiy f,1/1a1d day.r.al-.bf.the jllowio.1 orinI'?tLf pitt Irzsl*#.1'I..ui-s.f.0'+' -ir !-.0> ;: -_ ii.

wJi5AwofI ; 2,37 'Irafn JiJ" in tlx..1 I at tf'i thoui"nd (10.I$1) dolUiH. SituAto and U-inx in th. ,".-!>iiy ,.f B .1 I '.I x. E R L. FEEk .i
** eight II&tll'OI who ":I'S\ aii'i in lo l/e Jivi'lt- int'J OD>* l.uudreoIi'J hute of J-1Qf iII, >1 I.jvnti&l .s fv-! ; "-
a. No.
buIUfl4rrb34 'friend }t. tim Ttz11NAVfl bees k"hmCl II, term: l to the itntc' jxiiiy ;- Strictly 1 Meat A. B. HART >lutrt-i of the |*r ,ah,.- of "'flC hun
'In < < each. It... itaM capit-ii Htock i is U tIC paid west qunrt a/Kl. tl-e i..-f'h Imtf (.! : Jio
(; ud I
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trtffafaci aptmki Mt., kuttiiry |> ll': circuit ,court which ndotirnud I. 1I1.ur, (Jril; ami 1l'aJ.I for in catih-ten P>T cetituii (!0Ci( at th.* tiw- : qu.vrt <'
f; Je"le' ii,. III tta fl/irMl 'hJpltw$4.: Luke City, : : Floriua. the cxKrutlon ol Uii )iiiMt'unieiit. and the Ijila.iuv BiMrt t-D. toxrnshlp !\' south r: j;!i: -- -tt LlVZRHX. IAiNDOS t LOUS' .7'
KiaurlS41.Jlt1I"tU.Jt
tr; .11 fast aH caJle in by the board of dIr- t 40 east. corkta.iuitg f,'-ny KCTS; f J i Vsl.r.NCK VASHl. GREkWICfl
.13.kas.fls1-- lo not ilenl ill tni.li of i ':? iml
with him two x/oriti] and) anycitnl. taM. i outb mt iwtt-.'f the s->uiin s"t HARTFuKD Fire
., THE MUSIC (HOUSE OF FLORIDA 0. The term for wbkh saul coq,oration it tfxtft <> the east half of the n-ui west qu.n. q.t''S. f),oior lets of 1.11x1 in lZL.curancetr.
Chi u'tdal, ilm$ lOtlt .Ion, Mr, Krlrvti orw wuil coorltK, ntid took from I hit I Ili lient fuarariU'e jilaucd on t is II,ty ".l'>',}'.-.anl.G. itliast quarter. *fti,nt tu>nty-f> :!\ for: :C', 0,
The buKine cf Raid "ratiou I-< tbe sotith a
con> hip seven r tw-tity-oD
E, 4/iiific, MM! MlM AunU Ji Mrklv : .,1.tAI> .ix colored and two while on :., <-oii
'W41'U ai.. at ito rr14'iIcii I wi.| ncnH.il, offttu .nd Icrm are a* everything I ;:li. Manicr Lane & Co. by Ii I'r."i'1'-sit a Sect tar and a Treauurer.and sanlxetulion.. TVnu> ca-h. yircli.. ford Ledge. No ,42, F. AM.- .J.
jfw I, KtKh HubonJitiate ufKcerK ait the board of dir *>f .IW,1111" |mr.ot', >Ir And Ihll. J'W fuU"wls: writ may froui tune U time ap|>oiit.! The dirrc- Oct. 6it ohrnfT 'JraJford r.. ?u:lay tn fuel D..tIL; ,_
= ''Ii.B I ( .._ "
Aim Ham, murder for life. WIN ( 1111I. 'jini't'ltl.| torn shall !be electM by the stock holder on tl'eflrn '' Wv. F. 11.\LF tRS.)1.. .
I A. le-y.I'L' COKFKKS.i. Tu"la iu In .
, CWty JH.Icrrmo January each It-ar.IIIIIJ the Sheriff's Sale. \ X. D. W.aJn1GnT. S. ,
.".td ea. Urn Gri'tu. ncctsn.ryt\ < re and after .ihc '\'* will A.oii't!! Mir, rf rour ''Lrt-llt ytatUri director) si', rlcctrxl MiAll at their firfct ineetin? "

I 'Ths 104. .Msu1r4 y In 'U'.uufu '.cl', fur life. Hob" CoiKXljr and NoahDunn. : 1,1"11,1..1| Coffee Java HiHt-vUit el.i-t elect 0 one Kcrtary' nml'
my ( inav not I IK- IKilirettorn. Court' of Bradford ; Florida f. meetinr tHTT Tncday ',.
ni.(4iivjrUni after lh" fact CHUGIY. ,
; sit fruvftlinff 4rwi, wLll II* groom =WMla lire yiarMtl : : Pianos and Organs ;. 'I riie( naiiifH of th* cRlcerx who are to conduct day of June. A. I). l&M. under a night in their hall. Trrn-

dusit0 tistwlaomc null of itt. rtgul. : |. Mocha), rotehi'i1. Nothing better tom the biiHiiu-vt of Maid corporation until thosefiiTttd dered on tht Oth day of August A. D. 4 .r 1 sient incited.brothers X. W.HACurrr.cordially 1

Is14k. film MNXWI-U' actnillt orul attempt I to For l4.* iiioncy than any houw in the HtatWe *-. .at tin- Mm flection' hall be qualitled. caugi thi-n lately pending I W. F. MAUHTBS X.G. "i
.
Um BIOK. Hlnii.f. It. I'orterfleld, J.V. KowHII. wherein J pJoan -
I ,\ had stuarn.It..LnJ..IIL.. , at .
any pricf.c | |. ti. T. KpetlUue; and H. K. Sheldon. lIir.-c- Y.0.
,.k, aud Lewis demons and E.
In" III. ,
: I Our .jh0d. >m. _tmilf P4'n" yrr )lili n 1'iano, Ir Or/an to any Ii'>nnt I -
young thlll; and K. trfl"lC I'reident; J. W. Kowland. were defendants. have levied upon j'E .
'r* g to teUer *dv wlg. ,,> I in ntuck ) )UN. H. Tin: liigheKl amount of indebtedness or Stark-. in said county. on the first ) ;'
trW, i TT Hllult brttoette, looked"WI 'h', 2,500 green liability to wheh! the corpoiation can at anytime November, ':. the winie being the :
? : Jolifl,. Croft stud Wt1l1ky Dourer (while). :: Cash or on Installment. HUlij'-ct ithflf U iixcd a' he thousand said month anti a legal sale day, durin
4 1i4 M COpW'l Undi weldw
very f wirm ; Hit ColTee, nnd not a hml grain i in l$',,0 01 'lollurK.W. hou K of half on that day. the [ CLIPPERThe
Mr. JoJjoi I U tho i l.trlff of Unwlfon I Utrii(1lrif$ | fNilruAd track onv year (: icStr.ngth Htuirt Sliwlc. Btrliijr. Violin, Itonjo Guitar*, Tli3 iitimtK nod residen' of tilt subhcribetM parcel or lot of land, situate and .
Accor<"',, ", MII<| In fnct fvt-ry h.pltal Iiuttru- to thu capi al kiock of said company county of Bradford and SUte of
cuuull, .t1111 I Iwn cI.,ctcd tn flu,' utnlJO, the whole' 11'1. at the) name 'ir1('( you merit from a J -w.' ilnrp to is Grand I'Uno. aro: scribed as folio WH: The northwest I) '

in l 11611&w*.,. liy truj, lUt And Hoalth M.tX jiliTCH cl-olrc uiuitic at ten cenU per I NAMKK.E.SironK. nEHlDENCCH. M). fcilXULK. the southeast quarter section thirty
, i-- Hy very r If j you nr. not fA. llii(( utroiiK III ii! '| ay for inferior aiul tranhy good cfipy . tk'inljr iiMlc) *l.d the fiimiurtf of oiUm liwalthv try )KlM5trlo HILI. .. IIU Any .li..-t nniHlc |,nl,ll Krlf'llf1 '
f in wliwlij I 1M li held ilir.wglunit il>. connIjr IIIM len you wmk and w&ry, UMN .III"II..r. (.ist giirti'l 1..1"w lu..Ii.llf'r for Ir.al.ll"III, prie. i. J. \'. Kowlan.l', ?-, '. ., :t! quarter\ve.-t qu liter of the, section northwest thirty quarter township of i'i'Tbeee
thllSlt.tltr". 'I'liU r ini lv ucla: ..Ur..tlyun 0. T HcfliIUO, Ill ei'.1".L: ., 2
; lf.; rnjo/i ilm Ilitinclioo of MnIlio lIver, kUMtiaxtli mid! kldtioyM, ""utly .1 Iwl,,,II, Ill! ,'. 1 IUI'hla. I II. KIII..loi..u. Oil City J'a. 2 ran thf;northwest<- nineteen quarte"east; the section northwest two.

1;; I jontt.mt .i wifll MI ow of tU mo*!I itidhig I llioNu oriCNiiN U. |x rf>nn the TKAH.: '- Total 110 u six jtoutli) runge tMeuty-two east, .' .

. *tXXX MfMl felMflffl III Ylund' ill brbt ftiiuMiiHlH$ If you are uniloUwl with .I't !k W. L. DOUGLAS l.un.ireil on.l thirty acres, more or | ClJppen are made of the'ery bed mac.arrutec ?
V 10. Trii of the
liuitiW'lin you will Hud' .Nt..y. MIX.1! >irHiatiMiil 1.r Cfiiturn nuth'irlzt-d caii'al8iMk { I lands 'Old to satisfy saLt : = ad any fOOll4 detecUYw111l
| | has |).tUI i cash to J.V.. I:Avllind.
II of tl for
on CASh. purchaser tug
MMHil nndr pa]
fxjpuUr Illt"ly ) rnllKl l t Itllium.Oi t.tir.E. blade are -
by "klni KIwMrlo Pun', uncolorril "I"ill-t the, I 1.l : : .r (Mmwl; joaog JttdUf) tlili. IeIcH.u .uul I trlil will Convince$ you that thiN' 'IN P.Do eieculionot tin.,HI ticlis of iliuorpurulim.. Oct 6-51 Sheriff Bradford *Ian,and teamo.todoned U by lithe all who only tar pncUealCUpp!.
14 the "ml'lly you iio 4. IArKeIKttlt. wear them? When next In need a pah K.: HTHO. ". I"i.tiJ) by the Hardware 5Sif
: POMMM M ft tin, ktfrw. ..114'110 _,.Ct.r that) can: lm fouiul, ) in .J"I'III-7.e c. yoa try ; 1:. W. I'OirfRKFIELD; I[ and Supply
only, frMMi HI",k. Oriirf ('*nimnyr| \ >mNUtre Best In tho world. Florida 4srlcultaral ( SONS M wart. N. JL, tiffffcSlurifTs
J. W. :)\\.. =.
ind clitr>ct Hut to nuke tU \ ,
perIOD r
go U Mud J. A KlnjcX fAke muter. 0) "EAI'j
The Stnle
Agricultural
(! T. :M'K'JTKiU( ( College
Irul/ good wi',. peril). 1 ul"o ha\ e.Ia.:4 pl'I' IV a. 5.00 3.00 II. it S1IKLDOX: | City opens Octol'i-r 41 h. uiukr Sale.

''r Tlwi youog cmipltt Ml on imF 9 JO( The New York Wctkly Wrrld cootalns 4.00 '.2.50 tend.At which liuirt all |I"t rom:. STItoM Intc-rcsteil.:, mu> at ci>iir>irinsr! ouspices Prof. Mute; I DER on tDs and th by day vlrtno of t entenilx-r.of nn coution.\. D.issued.

F o'clock iftlii fur OrIaudGwhuru li'yvlll all Ihv new*. It U In ,fact the greatcktwj -- r. 12.00 UV.. 1o1rEItILLDJ. : I prc" iIi'iit unil tirectnr. was ; th. office of HIP Clerk (.f the Circuit Court 1893

I ln fr Kwral | ,ff In ih j country, Tho World and ffoD '01 wa \V. K'nVI.AM'a uleiil IUll l d'H'l.t"r, of the Mich: ; \ county Fl->ri.ln from a decree ren
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I SW 2.0 Ii -.l't"fTJlHt; Agricultural C 'olh'p.: "ne 1111\1'"< I I on the 3IM! d,)y of Avgwaf, A. D.. 1893
k( I' Tli 1 wUliri of .liuudrtrd* of ,J.d. TKMuiiurn! wl'l bo Milt to your uddrmfor 12.25 % 11 U. JI"I."I) succc 'Hfiil Jn the Unileil St.itvs. circuit court. tlr the sai.l Bradford county
IJIJ-.cnl..r. a cau. lately!
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I Mill go !Witb >lr sail )Ir.. Jobuttlivir ; Iu .U 50 H your COME AND SEE HfcJroR BOYS ----- In ssisii-d' 1 h\ an :il>Ie and (' n '\. II. AVjrnn \VItS coinpUtDaot therein and

I fZ.OO Nothr.MONTHS : faculty. F.ieul Sam'l .\. tnok.I ..\\ynn et 0.11'''Jrf.! mlants II kate JeTted
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tl(.. TliocotifftAlu 'rL.r.lurll eat., d. The Grist Southern Romtdy. ro. |.75 and will ell ht fore the! court house door
West l"'i will he
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\ pay I. and voich': rs to the Hon.Vm F. The rollcg*? will IK open to l hOI ) first Monday in November. AD.. MO, the .
:_ TIM y fro Uw irclplrnii& of ntinjrliaiKlKimij lug" money for traihy mlxlutc. rotten up, Me. I e.in sic you (lug l ) money, SSEs lalphlll'K coiihlr. Juilgilii! nnd for the) county IIn.l l t41-IImrnphly. l.n -wrililJg. } being the (6th day of Raid month and & .
'lo aoll. ftolunlc Ulmxl Halm. (II. 0. I II.I ) I of Urnlfur'llIhcl! Stat.- .4 H.riila.i.s atlinii.i-tra-. full ommcrcu.I l je day. durios the I lecral hours of
-----1 prctonti. whtt I lia', 'Itfcn roiido 'la AtlnnU for I the I mean what I MJlaH'Ia't the(I iorf'.rthc igtulciif l-'uiik Summery; deceased, sliip. ami n ( ( on that day. a one sisth interest ia
__ for ft.I..ttlt"lIIf.I't and lllik for final it will be well In retni-mlMT i
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< piece parcel
lirtclmre or lot of
.past fifteen% yt-nra. n ver fnlU to give tI: I I If yoo want afln* DRESS SHOE mads la the latest Jrom said iiduuiiistrutlun. J:. W TURXEK, not H h/oal butt slate i and beinjr in the c.'iintr of Brad-land

Wo Lvo |crfwUil urr-tijtmtnu ly faction nt A nupcrlor hulldlug up tonic and time nor tpaco to enumerate my t/H dM't pay SO to$8,try my$3$3.0,$4.00 ors I Jutit-'J, Km; Adininisimtor.. I to, pupils! I'rl'mIII sections nnd State of Florida decrihrd us follows: '\
whlc'i' w mo now nblo IH M-ttd Iliu blood purinicr. It In made from the S She -- .- open iiortl.ea.sl quarter o iiorth.
< Tkl.K pre..crltion..f I *. The1't equal to niton made and look and aat quarter ex l_ ,I
cI l Iii ion
I -' Ott*ni at d tie N4wk World to Any an eminent phy.lclan. Too; atock, hut can show i it to you. I I wear u well. If yoa with to economize la your footwear, I 1---- Notice. lo I-lICCIlI all rrs-iilenl IIIV) t of ample.Florifla. 1ii1'I "thrco' of soutlic-.ist ncres. and quarter seven acres of rtht-ast i h. northeast

Lt bottle U Irttico and% the dow tmull. Sec do 10 by purchasing W. L Douglas Shoet. Name and I I SIX mouthx nft r dntc I (ball ipply to Iho fif -ttioii ten. town-hip.. quar .
flctchrQ fur f..6O"l Old !in address) President O. m south
yrur .lItJlltrlv their County Judiru of Bradford SUeS : rangn
I adrerliaemcata And county for '
% buy thnt which price itamp on the bottom,look for It when you buy I,I final discharge a Fla. }- e.uctntaiaio; "rly.r..llr acrers.
who pny up tUclr ormnrnt mid nulxcnbe Iw thoroughly endortod by thounandfof.prnitiful | Tf.U DOUGLAS.Brockton, _... Sold by John Matthews,ag tl executor'e8St.d. late of the of e-tat Ur ad ford of; City .- or Its**, Said lanils at"'kit* on uxproperty
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( will .1.0 bo lho"rfval"IG N. J. -'- Jol.n I. Wynn and *,1} > to solihfy sakl
glveo natlcnU whom It
I fornnoibtr yotr bat cured. A JONES hODGES .ud county, for a final discliarKe of said estate.KOLAND .
ALVAREZ "ti.U.
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4 *' pr l'&JjtlO'ow' mtej. _!tI rial bottle will cil' Id merit. I I I HLANTON & ( .'MERON. llamptuii. I i Septembers, istti- THOMAS.Executor.T : $1.00 APIJ. I l I[ 0 t, Stiff I : -. Slwr Cradfrrd E.JoKas: CouDt,].


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..7t.fl'' Armure, Faille, GrosGrain and Satin. FUN I .
c; Fancy Snitings in all shades, 1 I I For Dry Goods Gents' Furnishings ,
Chevrons Diagonals Plaids and Stripes; Had Court., and I ,

and colors, from lOc. to 1.00 pt>r )' "
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I the latest shades. Storm Serge ;
sa ,3 I Assabet! Flannels Red and \ everyone who GENERAL MERCHANDISECALL
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f Outings; Ginghams in Staple duty .
Dress Plaids, 6 to 8c. I appointed hour. ON
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;' : per yard. Full-width Sheetings, sand knocked ;
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bleached, of the best known I the tri -_ m. R. $we@ -

., The largest selection of Dress ,. made to the ,.v
Braids. Cords, Velvet and Chenille couple, and the --

Passamentries, Silks in checks, dots I sweet strains of -AT- ,__ I'-! .
::1j complete line of Dress Findings in the .
was pretty and THE RED STORE ON THE CORNER] ; .

LADIES' CLOAKS i ; and had the .t
Seat would Gr'Steam-Cookffi Cow Feed a Specialty.
' Ever offered here. A beautiful Hue of ufteinoun. ,

'x Under ests. Hosiery stock ;a little "boys- .. a ...7
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SPECIAL !d du1 .
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i Blanket from $1.00 a pair up. Can sell )' sweet strains of !. ..

Y happy. Come and see them, and \ | <
i full line of Domestics always in stock : :conduct: .

t : the least money that will buy them : were imposed

v Smyrna and Angora Rugs. The largest I .'. :
styles of Spring Roller Window Shades and it is hardly :' .1 .

, % i Lace Curtains finished with tape binding, will do so again. 1t ,
't Boy's Suits 90c., and the best Boy's Hat : .y will not. Co'
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v Those who buy their Dress Goods before [ Tcxarkana. Ar- .' '. .,;
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3 ferers as well as myself. 'Twill cost \ praise '
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: Advertisements inserted In this column al Avery I I I !Simmons Liver Truby, Sternburg & Co.'s Ad. Will Occupy; Next rWe > ,. .

; 5 cents per line (seven words) for each liver which has .. .. .
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; For the best ice cold drinks go to road which is ( Liyer the blues Regulator and ,;! '. '" .,- ...-: .... ;-'..... .;, ,,

; MeacbamV, opposite postoffice.n I : of he evil and ;
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Fresh Garden Seeds of all kinds in | dent, : or Bil- "'
".. :Starke Co. eys and enough and '
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The World's. Fair down &\ .c I**
Are those who use Beggs' Blood Purifier .
It purifies the blood makes the skin cleat small Cough Rem- : "
;x 1 and the compkction beautiful. Try a it to fly It is very pleas BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL :
[ of the most -
: and its wonderful effects. .
bottle note rapidity. : cough .
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Bold and guaranteed by Starke Drug Com 'OI/f >
near by ) )! children. I r.
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| about here 1 know /t
New York has 3,498 I saved by the
: policemen.- and was of : h Remedy." I Fair Term Opens Monday, Sept lltb,. 1893, and Continues -
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i Never Fail Cure for sale Every bottle is of the t"f by Starke Drug IS Weeks. ,. ..
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Z Company Starke ; G. S. Roach fc Co. and -- 1894 and Continues 24 ." -
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: II. C. Parker &; Bro.. New River ; G. S. I : ,
'. : Young, Hampton ; T. It. Sweat, Sinker- the nS1> ,, Consumption f
f,; town ; Harvey Jarrett Lnkeside ; R. W. dressed i cough or cold. Weeks.FACULTY.. !. 7 #
: Jones LaCrosse ; Luke Drawdey Pin- possible promptly. with a V .. ...
e':. i Hill ; Henry Driggers. Worthington} ,: *; N.F' The ) Cough Syrup. -. ........ t .' r ;-, ::t
t. ; G. Mizell N. L Blair, Blair P. O.; IIi ., vVrW. .
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. ;; L. Jones. Terpentine Camp ; John A. tunate LITEKAIIY-W. W. McDonald. Priu.; John D, Aldetma' i.JJelen' >'>;;*: !33'
i }{in,. Lake Butler ; S. J. Prescott. Sampson fact that the form of gratis : "
, :,. son (J. II. Iloughton., Middleburg; on the rather than : F"IIIHs..Irenc; McDonald -- : '."V... ',*.lI --*"> '
"_: Odom Bros., Provide 1 B mum rted desired. MtsJTo be Elected. "
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;oj i level. "It I:: noRTU"\ D, TYPEWRITING, Era-To be Elected.EXPENSES. I.
r Uigh Springs edicine Co., High SpringsCarnegie '' I
will soon .
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t-.. ; A New Joke has the 1 1 Dr. King's New i Board in qood families. $10 per month. Tuition I in Literary' Dt>:
| On the liver. When it is out of order friends us speedy recovery. mrtment from $1.50 to $3 50 per month. .'4- .
and feels blue, try a few doses of Bears'; after effects : Tuition to students in Bradford County for tho Spring! Term' .Ufiie. _-' .
: Little Giant Pills. Your liver will I remedy seems to ; 'l''ol'"':
. r ,- appreciate' the joke. So will you. For To : : : ; affecting rapid L Tuition: other: departments will be reasonable.. ., ; '
I tale by Starke Drug Company. hair in : La: Grippe but .' ....'" 1
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is easy. : '"', and Hay ,.
i When you receive a favor, never for- Nonpareil iiii.. ?-
',: get it will be ; Try-fact.- -?i..and Free be Starke is High"aml lry. and the healthiest. town in the State. ,it!

Bucklen's Arnica Salve. t.'s i .. '0;
; The best sale in the world for cuts, The Company r Correspondence! Solicited Call on. or write : ._. .
Li.ku But-f11
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I BOreS, tetter chapped hands chilblains, society ) $1.PO.) 6 r WF. > W. McDON4LD Prier, 't.-iTI.\\:
and all skin and posi- S
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R. MORGAJT Sec. Board.Trustees. i.v -
1 I lively cures pilAs.or no \pay required. It niiht. I 'Ii ..
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box. 1"0sale by Starke Drug ('u., and of natty !i>i ,.
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.i Drag Company( and sk! for Beggs Little Starke ; IN J' -
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t Chaiuberlalu Eye and Skin OInt which the
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Boots Shoes : ; :
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I Tetter. Suit, Hheum. Scald Head. Old part of : : ..
Sores Eczema Itch. last
Chronic Scares Fever -
e Prairie Sctutches, Sore Jfipplcs und will be ; '
P K.8It: is cooling and soothing Hundreds Mr. : and Hats.JOSEPH ; .
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i per IKJX. For sale by the Starke Drug :: HATCH. .!I t HEADQUARTERS. 'FORt #' \ + f:

Conipaoy. the rooms !, 20 YEARS. .. ",. .. ..-...;..........
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Your Family when ;, [ >> was.troubled have tolling with 6&NT8'Cull .-. ... -
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and nearly worn : tJo'

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.1:: I medicine, When : yean I could :
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the learn dlaeom-. ,
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;. The diseases best of remedy the for all I\Vive [' .m** R Cifc/ Fresh Bread-t P Pies and' Cakes. ...of .AilKinds i :. '

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counties: : *. All ORDERS.. Will: BE GIVES! .PRDMPTArrtNJlglk : i

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aii pto! a Day CtrcEicM BAme"of "Mammoth. Bee Hive." It is,
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." .... 'arabaIl. ;HanW. And Containing, the Gist of the ews :is in very hard rock, and the whole
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=; = From All Parts of the World.
: f' t ; France;- bees.

.c __ ..... :. ":Eaiia chriof' 'Texas, at Mon- .' .... M. Bertrand, a famous French apiculturist -

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_____ .4 u r_ 'dra. from' the':ectnal 'N ",Yorkat StWhdthiafi, West IndIes; Kissingen on a special train Saturday i six rows, being double the ordinary

j ;>M 4iei:of theohtioa1 situations He PAP; Spence, offliwiana;:: ,.a t ,Nantes, morning. The streets through which : .English hives.
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,*: tanned iauch: amusement t'by. annonncnit1iat E. 8. .Wallace of South Dakota :
France; he passed were crowded and he was I The largest bee-keeper in the world
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. ,_- } he had listened with interest ,'at Jerusalem, Syria. cheered continuously.The is M. Harbison of California,who possesses the Missouri. ) A WonderjiT.CIk. ?-,- .

""' "'_. ,._...ta'. jt.w: to the gentleman ,from Indiana 'and 'O.:M. Force, of Kentucky, deputy.firstcothptrollerof' : 6,000 hives supplying 200,000 Steamboat on w ; I .J "
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Lucauia of the Cunard line
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sury. docked at New York i pounds of honey per annum. railroads of the present day At Petersburg\{ ik ujuuciMurpinograpHQtfock
; o i The iearyt.nd; Jt was Saturday As the
j-tJ *UptTf7fMD v ; GIsT DAT.-The election laws repealbill.was J. B. Grady, of Florida collectorof The United states is at the head of and has exhibited.
as.referred/to'the commitWfohlirppriations. i .p- taken the morning at 9 :30. Her trip across was contest for supremacy in speed bell
immediately by customs of the district of -
np Apalachicola the list of countries. '
M Mr.. :Peff'er"o4.ered. the fastest honey-producing did the steamboats of will repeat, at any fixed'! :
; : .* house o'n assembling Friday morning, Fla. eastwardpassage!' ever made, good service, so
There estimated to be J
; r e8oIuti ;fOr the, 'appoir tm f of a and \.Haines. of Nebraska, contin- Postmasters-J. C. Woo ten, Jr., at being made in fifty-nine minutes less I hives are to 70,000 2,800,000 20 and 40 years ago struggle for posi- such orders or announcements as .

__'it;,4 ;'committee of three aenatoratciaacer.lain ned his !speech in opposition. He Kinston N. C. than the best record of the Paris. The belonging rearers of tion in the public eye. The point in have been given to its keeping. .
and
'; what'legislation is needed "imr'pfdv Lucania's time fives thirteen producing 61,000,000 pounds contest that of speed. In be made to tell the children $
t : cited an alleged instance where a negro The nomination of John P. Haskett was days, was always coul
the ". -Btcl1' tiat fi- hours antI minutes. honey yearly.In those trade ,the )Missouri was was time to get up the head of tha' T1It
banking BO twenty-five days on
with
_.., ''f t' : in North Carolina eloped a at Kinston N. C., as postmaster, is Greece there are 30,000 hives, ascended he had only eight .mj..t
; pancial putlcsmay beavoided t better democrat. Mr. Hicks denounced the withdrawn. .. The large livery stable' of the E. I. of prosperous. At least 100 boats family that :"
producing 3,000,000 pounds honey;
W circulation of currency securer], and had ,Everson the 'stream every season before mites i in which to.catch his train and -'
The at Louisville Ky. 'j
measure. congress .. company ,
pendfhg .
cf :,. the safety ot deposits assured. 3l was in Denmark, 90,000 hives producing July of them going as far a the invalid that it was the hour f, 1
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for fire many
been called together a special purpose was destroyed by Saturday morn- in Russia
110,000 '
_ ; laid over till Thur da1. Mr. &*organ 2,000,000 pounds; Fort Benton in Montana. A boat him to take his medicine. The ccsitlerate .. I
'Tfir_ and the senate, for not having SOUTHERN NEWS ITEMS. ing. Forty-five horses were burnedto hives the in
producing same quantity; could leave
to
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0'.ked immediate consideration uf the that made this trip and young htshnnl _
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carried out that purpose, hnd become> death. Some of the animals were hives
T: :resolution< Directing the judiciarVcomznlttee Belgium 200,000 producing St. Louis in two months without a reminder with timepiece to th&
i.i the laughing tock of the country. He very valuable. The loss on the horses in the Netherlands
'" : inform 'the 8enate.whri pro- declared that the attempt of the houseto and vehicles is estimated at $20,000 ; '5,000,000 pounds; profit of $75,000 did a poor business. effect that he would like to find thoa
hives
tv! :visious. the act bt-1837, establishing the election laws was an attempt The Drift of Her Progress and Prosperity insurance $12,000 ; loss on the building 240,000 In France producing of 6,000,000; Those were the days when freight was buttons sewed on when he came home.
pass
.m* the mint,.and :r gnlatingjcoinajae, are pounds. a yield 25,000- No competing vessel cut therate. Doubtless the next step will thai .
.. to humiliate the l'reflident.Ir.. Briefly! Holed, $7,000 ; insurance not known.A 000) pounds is obtaned from 950,000 frtigh. ,
still in force, and authorizing it'io report the The boats ran independently, invention of a phonograph watch tt'
Brookshire in defending pending
Cincinnati of : ,
dispatch Sunday liives. In and Austria the '
.
;*> l\iI\ Mel Germany the tariff from time to time to
b.ll fixed
by, or. otherwise. declared that the democrats and when one captain will remark it

; ;} ft mon believed that the adoption of proposition were ,united in the purpose tot Happenings of Interest Portrayed i III Fays freight; : William agent of the Williams Green, contracting Line, who production is very nearly the same. there was no other boat to be found owner: "Don't forget to post thoS'-..

4m .the 'resolution would delay pending I t that would offer transporta- letters I ," or be ., :
: cheaper gave you
end to sectional agitation, no | t
put an Pithy Paragraphs. iisnppeared a week ago, has not been '
f.financial legislation, and on his ybjecik The Opal a Harbinger of Ill-Luck. tion. Detroit Free Press. home those gloves. Then
; : matter how they might dinVr on other { heard from yet. His accounts are bring f
: Jt".t >n :he proposition was laid tover. era of true domestic felicity will have 'j.

.. Sf..Th'ejJver.. bill i'all then taken .u?) and1krrt3ut1er questions.C2ND DAY.-Although of the most I News:reached Huntsville,Ala.,Tliu rs- he PerfectlY has been correct., His the friends think he t Some of the older-authorities give (Uray Hairs. dawned and people will be willing 't
: took the floor against tho playing races, as i the opal as an emblem of hope. But fewiyears: for the millennium.Exchange. .
that the
: brilliant]] of the house day posted gins.ab'out twenty, wait a -
speakers participated borrowed large amounts: antI that he I. a writer on the subject, Rabbi Beno- How often a handsome woman of 33 ..
.-"t epes1. xCOrH in the election bill debate Sat- in the county had resumed work. Fears: ;.
_, ?"' DAr.-\fter' quarter o< an of trouble are subsiding. is afraid to face! his creditors. ni, who lived in the fourteenth century or -10 will watch some young bul of _
slim that
__ ___ *:..ym '"'-"-,*I l-jent., in morning businetji by ulllny.but little the interest attendance was aroused.EO TheaJJeril'H nine Several thousand people attended a !says of it : "The opal is fatal to 18 with envy and shiver when lit Lore's Young Dream. '1
was Only new cases were reportedby "
\ the feat- meeting held at Glasgow, Scotland love, and sows discord: between the tle peachblow beauty says to a companion '
f; $hebtA Thursday, only
_ ) were empty and there were the Brunswick board of health I don't act SheAs I am to be a poor man'swife :4
at which the authorities and receiver. Given "Oh I'm
which endth Sunday, were giver as an engagement : sure '
-
ir was a proposed an
_ 0(1 : but twenty-one members on the floor for the twenty-four hours ending don't think I ought to get ai
en'\ 40 fules by Mr. Hill, author- denounced for sending troops into the token it is sure to bring ill- like a chih1 Why, I feel like an old you .
_ ;. -ten democrats and eleven republican Thursday at noon. Five cases!' were book?"
aators paired and.not vrijtlng; mining districts and for killing men, luck. A late writer on the vagaries ]lady Then the foolish matron cook '
_ }. JiZing; The annual report of the board discharged.For will He-"Wait a little, my pet, until :-:
:tg.onnted to make a quorum*the I who were only it is claimed: trying to of fashion says "An opal figures in Sir retire into the dressing room perhaps -

'. il.. tel went into executive sewtioXi to ot managers ot the national soldiers' the 24 hours! ending Wednesday obtain what \\as due them. Amongthe Walter Scott's novel of 'Anne of Geir- take a jaundiced look at a few me'make sure that we will have aayr.

;, L \ SSI ;jirith, the nomination of JnaianDAT : home was laid before the house. Dr. noon, the Brunswick board of health crowd were men carrying banners, sten,' and its possession was fatalto gray hairs.that. adorn her royal head. I thing to cook."-.Xeu? York

\:" i"' -. .. Everett, of Massachusetts.then opened reported new cases of yellow fever upon which caps! of liberty were the family of the heroine. The and possibly- shed- a tear or two. x-ool-
.
_ _.':## 1i. -In the senate Friday V, a 'I the debate on the election bill and 9 discharged and 2 deaths. The fever lurched. idea that they were unlucky obtained ish woman I the writer were a man

-_ .: b"a:, received from Secretary (jaratingJhat favored the repeal. General GroR\"e-1 record stands: Under treatment 51, Seven thousand people attended such currency that after the publication and you were single, I'd choose yon ugust

,. ,"8t it wowld take$7,3 0--, nor, of Ohio, followed in opposition. :I deaths 14, total 148 ; ratio mortality Sam Small's closing meeting of his of the novel they went out ol.fashion. any time in preference to the flighty,

_____________ : 'tanyouttheGeary; act in:ac'with democratic He Ipado vigorous assault on the I 9.4 per cent.A three weeks' re'ivnlat Austin, Texas, ." The same writer says : bread anil butter beauty whom you so

01"I. : .. the policy of the trri su- party, for its attempt to Knoxville special says : Judge Sunday night. Thousands of people, "'VhenIiss:: Grant married Mr. Sor- envy. Gray hairs are never unbecom- :
strike down the national of
y. :- -.-. ent Mr. Allen asked $m- protection Hicks Thursday morning refused: to of all classes and denominations were toris she had among her presents $ set ing.-yeiv York Time. Flower ;
the .
r IIi JJot.1r. Gates of Alabama,
; : : consideration for the reK : the of the bill. Keenest.
? the secretary of '
,. _; ,tflltate whether the treasiryIwrVowed :Miner: Richard Drummond a change of and entertained Mr. Small and wife her marriage has been a wretched Jinks-"Phew Looks like rain." I am happy to state to you and

: : lntl AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. from Anderson to Knox one. It is even asserted that they are Wink-e're going to have a
....t.,. r. ' '...," I.. ._ .-o1.W h 1. It was oujecj.eu'bees <<; Their counsel will at once enter habeas praise of the work done by Mr. especially unlucky when given to a thunder-shower. has used your wonderful remedy, .K .
______ tOvr and laid over '.'''he corpus proceedings to have them re Small. bride."-Ex. Jinks-"Guess that's so. Lend me
: sick headacheand
Flower for
August
,
:'-<;;J.'ii.; I"" .............;..;.took tip Peffor's rest lu- leased.A 12f OO assembled in one of my umbrellas, will you?" of the heart f
of Fully I
Affairs of Government and Routine o people palpitation wit .
the A Babe for 73 Years. :
/ appointmenof J o.ckson.lif:: of Thursday ) "
special -
>s., Victoria park at the east of London THIRTV YEAItS .\ BOOKKEEPER. iatisfactoryresults. Forseveral: -

__ 'i trectoiiitt&, ; *of the three senators- :! l lIe Honse and* Senate Discnssel.! says: Judge H. D. Meyers, of the Sunday and heard violent- speeches' -\- The funeral of-Charles atChadd's Now TRtbiol n bat le Learned il'' she has been a great sufferer, has:., ,'
,, banking **"S- thirteen Talley,
eight judicial district embracing -
,, ,.iM. favor of the striking miners. :Jlr.: Counting-Kooms ROIl Bank*. been under the treatment eminent :
,, .;th .., country tid3tkymms i and- southern- Ford, Penn., a few days ago t
counties in
; eastern Tom Mann, the labor agitator addressed R. TV. ,1ennln:! the IU'11 of Jennings' Bu.i"nes
: I was the final chapter in the of College, Na hv.lle, Tt nn., hai had mire physicians in this city and Boston,4
history
are necessvryMd'hcr Notes! of Interest! Concerning the Mississippi' denies the sensational report an assemblage) of about twenty .,
Peo.'I.'I. than
thirty years'a-tual experience aTel er and found little relief. She was in-1 t
I p.A3cz; Mr n and Their General I sent over the country in regard thousand people Trafalgar square u remarkable man. He was 73 years and Bookk epr in Banks, and a*partner an

tI. re1erence*) the finarce pie I to white caps) taking the country. He speaking in behalf of the miners on and (C months ull1;Jet never either fedor Boo';kfp"r ,in lariremerctntilehtiusesinNtwYork duced to try August Flower whichgave ;

iMifeart 1)roceeIl is about extinct in dressed himself a single time in all I-d Na hviilHis Colelc i* i oa-i .er.f immedaite cnnot'
white
I says capism strike;: in various parti of England.Mr. the mo-t practical I< kind in relefVe
2rfPffer I reIo11Itn It; is understood that the committeeon his district which has heretofore been :: :Mann: urged the government control his life. Every part of his body was world-nine out. of t-n of its lS eraduatts. get say to much for Frost; :.

tgoauce. : cominitt foreign relations at a meeting Wednesday regarded as one of the. strongholds of of railways and mines. perfectly formed yet he could per good positions.:; ''r.te for Catao!
'UMQJUUOn, instru- decided to make a favorable the order. form only the most simple acts with afflicte with i ore eyes ne IsaacThomp-J -- .
Ireland and Irishmen from nil over n' at 25c bof t,le_ ".... +4.. ...
o Ulet to inqllreQfthttrueo1nago report on the nomination of J. J. Van A Knoxville special; states that Ad: the world assembled hands or feet. He was 1 year old be- .Jn'-wnttr.DrnIt."c-U. per "'i
the ---- ----
tvctpjrtw Allen to be ambassador to Italy. Sunday over fore he raised his hand from the pillow McELREES'WINE
; jutant-General and Captain Ward of Charles Stewart Parnell illGlll"nevin :
,,1.. ,"Va8 agrtS'tl A large delegation of Baltimore grave and 12 years old before he made
arrived in the Wednesday morn-
city
Dublin OF
and
cemetery, did : CARDUI:
jini'rwithoat iiHLMfcoiM whatever in locomotion.His .
., .. business men, representing a capitalof ing from Nashville. They did not go honor and reverence to the me.monof any progress *.
:, repeal bill hundred and millions mind was clear, his judg&ien' .c .
one fifty ,
to Clinton to disband the troops as the great Iri>h loader. It was the ;second ;
uLMr.a11 coji- keen and his retentive. He .
waited Senator Gorman at the memory
on cap- at first expected, nor will they, since anniversary of the death of the .
ao ital and urged was a resident of Brandywine Hundred '
Wednesday morning .
consulting with General Carpenter, as champion of homo rule and tho L '
great
!speedy action on the silver bill. it would damage the cases against tho crowd attf'wlingthe days' ceremonyshowed Del.,, but was: buried at Chatid'sFord.I : : :;

: n't nt The president has approved the joint soldiers; now in jail to scatter very clearly that Ireland has! : / Record. : W1J ) :

resolution of congress empowering the their witnesses over the state where not forgotten the services of ParnpU : : :

national board of commissioners of the they could never get them together in the cause> so dear to the hearts of His Good Point. ,

tiOfloD.thA'et Chickamanga and Chattanooga national again.A her sons and daughters.A Anxious. :\Iother-My: : dear I am f1c L it.w If 1 (3 .

\ : park to authorize the states' board, or Birmingham Ala., dispatch, of New York dispatch of Sundaysays afraid that young man you are engaged .. .. :

: organizations on building monumentsin Thursday : Ex-Assistant portmast.er to has not the disposition for a 1 'Z I .
says : It is currently rumored (y ([ b .
. the park to materials in the park among good husband. He seem hardto .. tti r\'w .
11. H. Burger under 11. L. very
tte investors that William Waldorf Astoris % \ .
; '
1y '- \ \ ;
\
J*r agreeable to the regulations it may Houston> has been indicted and is about to erect in London the largestand please. :: \ .

adopt. Pretty Daughter-"Hard to ? A iA .
please
; now under I bond on the charge of embezzlement. most costly hotel in tho world I .

.' The substance Minister Blount's He is charged with appropriating which it is estimated' will cost,, more I should say he was. He never even '
.
I.. report regarding the policy of the $1,379 to his own use on than seven millions of dollars. The thought "of marrying anybody until he .

,. ;.United States towards Hawaii is no or about June 30th, last. He had filled report that :Mr.: Astor is to build cannot met me. KOWLEDGEBrng ... .' I ..

rr longer a secret. He recommends that the place about eight years and enjoyed be learned but the architect of the THEY that "distance lends and '

no action either as to annexation or tho confidence of all who knew building states that American say enchantment personal enjoyment when I For Female Diseases. ; -
I IC an capitalist to the view. Distance is
rightly used. The who live bet-
be taken without the full him. Until his life has heenaho'e many,
.protectorate recently
will erect it, and that it will surpass evidently not in the banking businessor let others and life .
nan enjoy more,with ... .. .
consent of all the natives, to be ascertained suspicion.A anything of the kind before .
ever it wouldn't lend anything.Don't less
expenditure by more
promptlyadapting
vote. It is said that if MEND HARNESS
.j' by a Birmingham dispatch Bays: Wednesday attempted. the world's best products to YOUR OWN
1 ,
i this ourse is decided upon, there'll be morning Leonard Lippman, A Harrodsburg Ky., special says; Leave Fort, the needs of physical being, will attsttbe WITH

annexation;. as'the natives ar? ex-president of the New York Collegeof The jury in the case of II. C. Pass- Don't go on a Ion?journey,don't start as emigrant value to health of the pure i

: friendly to the queen. Commerce, was sentenced to two more, for the murder of Richard Bax- for the far west, It unprovided with that laxative principlegftiHfcract-a" theJnyrtln1r1iigs. Tj

i jtriraB: ; stated at the treasury depart- months at hard labor in the mines. ton on October 25; 1887, returned defender of health and conqusrnrof sickness I HOSONS.

: : i jn.enUSturday morning that no in for'rnson'bas Ho was found guilty of obtainingmoney a verdict :Saturday:; morning for acquittal Hosteller's Stoma; h B ttws "BliTclTwill ;rfelend !! Its excelence is due to its presenting ;

i been yet received as to the under false pretenses. Lipp. you; from sea sickness nullify f.vi;:uejuulill in the acceptable and pleasant '
being out ]less thnu a halfjm. liKtltfti caused by travel and chang, of RIVETS.
"7Othat.. the revenue cutter Seward man came from Savannah a few years hour. This is the fiftafuVircourt: liet, and counteract mal.iria. Peerless is it to the taste, the refreshing and truly CLINCH

_.!U lost in the recent storm in the gulf ago. He was an expert stenographer has been for ily-pcpM-i rhe'imatism: liver complaint. beneficial properties of n perfect laxative Ko tooli requ.rd Only a liammer nesded to div.
case put& through. As a re- nervousness: awl debility. .
The of and At time he ; effectually cleansing the system, ala e Inoh tm .all and qulcki.I leaving ite elmtb ,' -
.
; f;;Meeo. messages inquiryseiVontere typewriter. one was EO11 i-tooil for I RL"lllrlni no bo e to t mad la ,
seven capital al b "
abliutel
V1JT fevers
? pun- Th time rvjstjhard dispelling colds headaches and .
not delivered, as the private secretary to the general.inana- : that it Is all a personcan hur lor toe Klveii. Tb v .trOngtough
+
: ishment, four for life and one for acquittal do to pay I.ii re"j ect-1. and permanently curing constipation.It and durable. Million: 1 now I OM.l JLA. '
-Wittern Union Telegraph Company ger of the Central railroad.( and have l nst j..nnlfcrm ur ia'rtI.put nt In bx..
been has
they growing given satisfaction to millions and
i For impure or thin. Blood. Weakness Malaria Aak donlar th.tu. or e
the wires down at the 701 .DC 4 I
a; 'IOb.tl3at: are A very intercstii/g: case was decided morn lenient every court since. Tht );ea; rall'n., Indigestion an.l BilioU'W-ss met.with the approval of the medical tampf C a box of LOU,..or1o.uea 31 a'f ij
'. jWferentgulf;; points to which they X. C. in take Browns Iron Birter.-It' gives! JUDSON THOMSON MFQ. CO. 1 '
T \ .'. Thursday Wilmington! case has cost the state over 50,000: strength profession because: it acts on the Kidneys L ,
",, 'fac1dres ed. Further efforts are making old persons re-l youiitf" -and young; -
: the court. When the Bankof Liver and Bowels without JL.S _
Btipe&Vor several jurymen being taken from ad- persons !strong; pleasant! to take.A weak- WAJTIU. .
) i.Di 4e,to dispel tbe doubts that yfe-w Hanover failed there last joing counties as well as witneses.Advic ening them and it w perfectly free from -
,I it the fate of tho Seward. .wpr'ing State Treasurer Tate claimed good;: deed hs a flaw in it when instigated every objectionable: substance.
.
by unworthy motives.
of Sunday state that New
: committee on privileges that he nlouo had the jurisdiction to Syrup of Figs i:for sale by all druggists S.EPPARD95

Jr:;). *Mfoiiim. t Tuesday morjhHug to bring action for the appointment of a Orleans! has raised a relief fund for the:: How's Thin in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man- 1
u'I storm sufferers of about in all
875,000 ,
t : .. ..tbQ'contested eleci Tase of receiver. Creditors had filed a bill : We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for ufactured by the California Fig Syrnp
) of Catarrh T1 T1The
and steamers loggers skiffs and any case that cannot be cured
!: by Co. whose S
only, name is printed on RANGE
7 oO&e Hall's
:; Cobb, fifth AlaNeitK' and the superior court judge appointed Catarrh Cure.F. every
.. trains have been sent direction AND
ilL also the
of
';. : r contestant Junius Davis receiver. The court every J.CHENEY& Co., Toledo 0. packae. name, Syrup Fig
.. : to extend relief. The only new w.the undersigned have known F. J.Che- being well informed, will i .
Best for
you
Heating or
BfTVjppeared. Represent- decided that the !state treasurer had ney for tho la-.t 13; years, and believe him per- Ether Coo1n
'h development is the intelligence from fecll\- honorable in all business transactions accept :any substitute if of red. Excel in Comfort and '
'iA1ggested that, in order the sole right to bring action to secure Style, Dlabit.
and flnanc-'nllv abl-
to .
> Bayou St. Andreas, leading from the carry out any obIli's.tllm KINDS AST)SZES.; ,
have fair trial the of receiver. made by their firm. OrfCSdrtl
_
r should a appointment u SmVZ& F WARRANTED
-., the Grand isle district that there -
,
area WEST AIjnDEFtcrs
THUAJX
Wholesale Druggists,Toledo, WILL
1 _. dbe; postponed and the The white caps have at last arrivedin hundred deaths along that section Ohio.WALDI'O.. You MARRY SOON ? ASK YOUR STOVE ,
"Ai d, ,October '17 for the KI.VVAX & MAUTIS, Wholesale To show you SHEPI'ARD'S LATEST CATALOOCK. .
....:.t,', Randolph"county, Ala., according to making 1,600 deaths between Chen- .
: Druggists.Toledo. Oh.o. *o. you arc to base I no dealer near you write to o
-, '. J.'.'"" -,. ..r rv 'Die20th of October I a dispatch from Roanoke. Several of iere and Bayou Cook. A great many Ha'1's Catarrh Cure h taken internally,act- I karat KoH oblcl. Yrl wi' "li ISAAC A. SHEPPARD & CO..TnHHtE .. '.

.. -.laiIforrhea.rIng: argument in.the the ginneries were found posted with their homes lug directly upon the blood and raucous sur feet Mire that it is Attrat. pure .11U. F
Ii people are leaving former faces! of the Testimonials l \ ,
system.
sent free. an Kt-nuine. Write
to us for our LV TUB
of the llthlihas
f"i.s.: \ 4 : vDN flLs."Joy, the following notice: "The white in the storm-stricken sectionand, flock. Price,73k: :. per bottle. Sola by all Druggists. catalogue of plaLi rinjci. URGESrL'l.Cn'El'HS SOltIS
.
'/11 .- *ri4jset i;.. ,\...:. ,. caps have come at last-Ts'o. 8 Hi.( If ing to New Orleans. Edgar .\. Pile wu* one of the fir' t American J. P. STEVENS & BRO., Jewelers, iT'ur' '_"...,- ''LY'TirED'r .rNEi 4

,. ..m., : : issued orders that yon gin or haul any more cotton ;you A New York special The At- anther to"give, lecturesand readings. He wasa ATLANTA, (a.DELCAT I For lodlgcuilon.. UIIIaa..... I
cabinet'officers shall be had well haul out fodder and says: flue elocutionist.For : =U.aaele. ConxtlpnUon.
..a: : ( as your ( l.xon. Uffenult 1
lantic liner of Hamlmr
; u*; "' "ha office without first also. Take :Most: all Russia the !=and all ",.ot tiu>: = .
sig- corn warning. American line of which Dyspepsia. Indigestion:; and Stomach =Uver iui'1 Bowels,
t, flM !attire'of 'their business to of them were worded differently in steamships, disorderuni Brown's Iron Bitters-tho Best WOMEN i RIPANS .ai"
4t arrived at quarantine Tonic. It rebuild' the Blood( anil = gentlyyrt prt>inill/.
*"' Sunday morning strengthen: aC
I 'ft? i4: : mnrer.' The new different handwritings. The most I cstiuu ruUOW thOlr, \
'J .. the musH-n. spU-ndd: nidijine for weak .
has been detained by order of =by or !.y mail. = j'
: \... 1td : tOytenators. dre resen'i' conservative citizens think there is and debi itatcd persons.: should useBItAUFIELU'S '(5 drKts PatkaceUboxea, = ,
Dr. Win. Jenkins health ollicer of the I_ I'ur f P !_
II 4 ; :" ":: : rco 8aiople*aililri'<9
h-' .'" atCBIv Thurber to ground for fear. Over one million people in London live FEMALE K1HA,>* tIIiIICALCO.Newtepk., 3
l on
.
., ,. .. 4U: aat 'whe'therorr&n1. ,' State Geologist Holmes, of Jiorth port.flying The the Russia yellow came Hag into, und the on harbor being -- ]less than live dollars a week for each family. Every ingredient, possesses REGULTOR. L. . .. -.

: '"other". persons Carolina reports that the geological boarded the health officer We Cat'e Raptor and BIRD FANCIERS' A 0ond
by Captain properties exerts a wonderful influence
.- -- *4 4tte4 to &; president.. survey will close this season's work.It No matter of how long standing. Write in ihlst.tlol All a%>ne Cay,Bir4,. their fowl.diM*

> ; .D'\'tahi.u SiB.order to Schmidt reported that six deaths for free treatise testimonials, etc., to S. J. toning up and strengthening her k!.ad tratmanL 15 cu.by mail ff B fj*P r.1 25AdtlnSMtof
re- has conducted this with the
'- !: jointly Hollensworth & Co.t9wego. hogs Co., N. Y. system, by driving through the per.nn i >who bur Kong m ExCC Bir.
", $'. II,., up 'I .. hi' i-that he United States geological suc\'e)'. The -some of which were iiceompanied: by Price {I; by mail, Sl.15.A channels all impurities. Health proper and BIRD J'Of)1 Ct).- No.41 N.T5r1 St.. Mlladalpbi.F

fr : .. 'JIo ____ .*_. t : ten&to. i pub-. section from the Cranberry: mine to cholera 1i'y1U l'tllms-I occurred on wonderful stomach correctorBeecbam'sIll strength guaranteed to result from its use. BIRD MANNA::*( ** SINC. .

,.", ..,..;,.,", <:.!....'<"!i.,... the Georgia line along the Great the voyage. The Russia sailed from I'pM-liam's othl.'r" .j: cents a box. "Dry tvlfe,who was bedridden far Iah. font by DAl for I;coatj. "I)K._34 St.. Philmd.lphia,fa. ;
." .. : Hamburg for New York teen month, -
.' ', "' 3'I,. I Smoky mountain has been examined on September23d after using; .Bradfteid's 3 iCANCER

)< '-j. .: (;Z';.th' 1erk's by iron experts. Particular examina- and had on board nearly :500.() pas Hood's3i1a getting Fel R"latop wol. for two meushg Ie 1-

,." .,?. :' .r'.m" : the tion was made in that region for sengers. ;: Cures BUAnrnLD Rsel"Toi J" M" JoH1 Co.90'. .lrlver Ak I
l ,
,.. nt. to chrome iron, corundum and nickel The Nash\ille Safe Deposit and Slt by Druggists at $ per bottle.EJ .( tUnE) WITHOUT KNIFEOr
t.o
t4. .. '_ _ ....'_.:.. .' 7-aM&:,-'l.2'! ': ven ores: The winter will be devoted to Trust Company made an lu-sigument "I have been taking I use of painful bar.tin-r.: TiE 'pi 13fer '
_ ".-- .. Hoo 's Cancers '
exclusively treated.' Dr.
M _,., .7" y., the examination of the pine forests of late Saturday night for the benefit of Sarsaparilla for If any ana doubt ti.wecnctrethom t P.B.Grl n's natorlum.Fort -;
some time and : Paynela
'. ..I,. >.' ,. :arnend- the eastern,c un ties. its creditors. The total assets are do&e helps me. My every little stiate cue in 29 too t. 0----- ______. __ 0 .

., ,) ... .. : : "\ te $:221,050.56hile); t tin*I liabilities amount dy[.t him W tot I' :i iI
., -' "-, A Birmingham special of Wednes boy,six years old, had an-l inve-t- .:
.rlI pltl&
I __' _._. : .It.tit -.",-. lay: says:' Owners and operators of to 224,050.5(5.); ( Th.s American National (2) sores on his feet and he l'el.b Uty UurCninrlal I I Russnebef tUi2liER..t .'-'. f'I
: If book
,po j; I_ _.' '" t .f'Om Alabama, cotton gins are becoming is a creditor to the amount, of could not wear any shoes. 1..orel m"r.kl"1 : Treat a" .'
)oiioeiSn;' $D ,5;(OO.> the Continental National oiMemphis Wherever the skin iodide ptalu Sprlog fall"j mentoiRupture. >
,
'ft and I.B.SCEL.EY& CO '
more more frightened
"day.
-t n. .:.... 'r4';'..&;. every had our liable C ,' ony "! I :t.l: _
;:.:j. :i <' ,..'h.. "11'6.'""";;' 81tit. .,-,. :)several. parts of the state.they have :, 5,000; ; Fourth National, cracked bad sores thin?,that free.wUeur SIMET permanently.Co., P..tit ire pruol 8ectwaled '

..... l.;:' ,''"''1 1 'ben .forbidden to gin cotton by secret 810,000) ; First National, uf Nashville} 1\1n. Titus. would form presumably l'OJ CI.l /ngleside --X etreat. ,
fteg $5,000: jiud Nashville Trust on accfJunt ot U.e: blood Scientific treatment ami 1
-notices their Company '
at and threat- ,
;! .. .1 posted gins having been poisoned by ivy. Many remedies 'ures raarantee.l.: Elegant for ladle '
.IJa .. t.. e $' .fiOO. The of the failure ie lore and ,apm.nt. b
The
/erie'd with.incendiarism if cause durlnj i
."' ; they persist..In' failed to do him any good. Finally I gave him dent PhjJM.-ian,'il-Ta Batter R. :
.c. ...,:". ,. 41' .' :O '",- Madison, Conrtland and Bibb due to the fact that thceompaI1 could Hood's Sarsaparillaand Cu Na1II. ;

; .. ," I"" .. 'j' '" ..' .o/'i. ..counties: nearly all the gins are idle. not realize the cash on their assets. It *fter week the Q CANCER CuredPernianently -.
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sores commenced to healalS.d
",1 ... i ..The. ti s'reiul as follows: "PheasodciotJnany is: claimed that the creditors will bf SUK NO KMFK. NO .
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: : cotton. We .
; \ 1;. : more have1truforIOeents was entirely cured and his general health was .I
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.l \ per pound. you *3neflted. MRS. C. S. TITUS, South

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Jt9.CQlP. NY/' iest way is to serve it in fourcorneredgreen N. H.. If you decide to get Hood's Sarsaparilla .. Best CURB Convn Syrup. Tao J
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I ,' ""' :j, ." .. "" the pale brown that match the Hood' RIIt StOe Pohb 1 url > 1
cups PIIU are purely Tegetmo! ,' perfectly l Durle.&tb eumer .
I ri'ew tbn 1'.000'in si ll8 u\'e'iBcom contents, and are extremely, narrow, harmJeo.always reliable: and! bsneflciat k o I pk Wt OYe Pt 1.t. '.

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