Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 26, 1895
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:00365
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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1 Awarded Misses Bessie Haynes and ,Sallie Marlin WLINGKILLED. j; ,. 1 ,. ; j" t, ..," .:"Jj' j!
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Highest Honors World's Fair. eatertained their young friends duringthe 'I ] ...

,'t 4l.r,.,j!,; it" week'with pleasant little parties. SHOT BY M. )I. DRIGGEES'WE1M4ESDAY. : '? ,It'j/..:: ;!:.. ; ftff

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:r. Mr. Enoch Griffls. one of Lawtey's + I : "t-- : "' ; ,'t"i ti.:
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and farmers if 1'r
prosperous progressive paid H- .. __ ;
call few The Particular Are neacrt But 1C ; J, ',', .
iI.", ; the TELEGBATH a pleasant a days .. \ .
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: We have them I. Humored that Drlszertf a -
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:: have all kinds. Our .75a Hair Brushes and 'rhe greater part of the pear crop of fowling Pled Quarreled and '!,boat. Panned a Uo3'fDrt&gers 07"' SIMMONGREGULAYO. ... ('.f .,.,..-..:' .or ( "l 'I., >1'1'. *v

:i ?5o. Toot BnvAea are.tbe. featqres thQ' this section has been shipped and very Sheriff Johns and Deputies. *, .\ .- !i.. .

we pan Buit anybody In brushes.. CREAM fair prices have been received by the '" .' ; :
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News was brought to town about 10 I ; ; ':'!' ...
", growers. _ _ : ;;:;
o'clock Thursday morning, by Miles "., ''. -' IS ..t .;.

: '_ r, ':: TRJ DRUG co. AKIN6PODW Mr. John Hull has received an appointment Crews and Dan Carlton two -lads who :; ; : !'t.: + I-i:

." ",!. : in the railway service, and live near Lake Butler, of the killing of -I', ': ;
now runs between Peosacola and Floma- County Tax Collector R. T. fowling :

toe, Ala. !I. M. Driggers. i.-- '-"4- II" "! Sj;

; and Carlton seemed to fear that ,. f"
Rev. H. B. Frazee and son and daughter Crews

,, ::_'. .: '_'..,_.l:_!. ._. : : : ._ ,,'_-. _jVI -, : _. : : : :' : ._.... MOST PERFECT MADE.A who have been guests of J. L. Fraicc if they exhibited too full a knowledge of t t".k 'Billif :

the particulars they might be summoned Are you taking SotMOXB LlVEBULATQE ,
: puw Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free Esq., returned Tuesday to their home at
J when the for the "Knio : : j ,. .,.. ,
Sii from Arnmonia Alum other adulterant as witnesses case came on -
or any Lake. ;
: Lady _ _ I trial and were very reticent. lu spite of CINES: ?" That Isi what our rwdera -
want and but that. It it the
Mr. and Mrs. D. Q. Cole entertainedDr. the reporter's assurance that such would nothing '
folks' ,
same old friend to'which the old
and Mrs. Holman and a few other not be the case as what they knew was __ _, ", )'!i
4 pinned their feith Jand were never dis : : : .
: : HAPPENINGS IN THE CITY. friends Thursday evening with a delightful merely hearsay, they were guarded in appointed. But another good.recommendation .,

.,.. tea party. their remarks and would only tell that for it'is;, that it is,KBTTSB.: : ,

had visited the house of J. B. PILLs never weakens ,
parties THAN never gripes, -
De Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure never '
,_ Local Items Picked Up Here disappoints, neyer fails to give immediate Crews, the father of young
Wednesday night and told cf the killing. natural way,Just like nature itself that.LOOK.BIBlf

c. S and There. ': relief. It GUIes just as sure as you take'it. Among the number was Deputy Sheriff relief conies qui _and sure and one .

: Starke Drug Co. feels new all over. It never fails. --. '
I LOUIS Richard who said that Dowling and
Everybody needs a liver remedy .
Mr. H. W. C. Schroder the had about of the take ,
began man Driggers quarreled a son
ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW. and everyone should take. only Simmons -
:.. '. ufacture of cigars in this city Monday. latter, who Driggers claimed had been Liver Regulator. -

This Starke's. second cigar factory, and enticed away fiom home by Dowling. und Be sure you get it. ,The Bed Z- .' ,

Matters that Have Occurred or both are turning out the best of cigars. that Driggers had shot Dowling twice is on the wrapper., J.H.Zeilin&Co. .

Ear* Will Occur in the Near Fu with a double-barreled shot gun. Both "ir ;i-t ;>
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ture-Epitome of a Week's Messrs. O. G. Husband J. T. Adams, loads took effect in the neck breaking it, ; i. *r ,,.. > .

in Starke. K. L. Adams, J. O. Haynes Felix Wit. .. V7"e ,
Happenings and causing immediate death. The shooting ;,,;,. : {

,. kovski and Miss Florence Witkovski were occurred at Driggers' store a.few miles I 'iiic Discovery Saved His Life I -S #..: >... .,..i_ !
Sweet potato planting is about oyer. among the excursionists to Fernandina west of Lake Butler about sun-down Mr. G. Caill ueue, :druggist ,Beavers. --:: ;: <. S

Sunday. _ Wednesday evening. ville. III., says: "To Dr. King's New : ,. ...". S
It will soon be time to plant fall gar I aoeO3DL. .. : ,
His Discovery I .owe flY life. Was. taken
fled after the
Driggers shooting. ,
dens. The most pleasant little pills for ..- .
regulating S '
and arrestedin with La Grippe antl tried all the physicians I ;, ::.(. t
with horse .:
son a buggy was .. 'd
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I41E : the bowels' De Witt's little ..
: LOW Nice cottage to rent. Apply' to N. J. are the neighborhood of the shooting andit for mijes about; but of no avail ajidsits .: ."" '\"',. "' 4r',\; -S t" ,"*'"
; Early Risers. Cure sick.h aduche and given: I up and told L could not lire. .. .r"-, .
ones. constipation. Small: pill small dose. is supposed that he .had spirited his Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my st1, --;-,! .,-.'.".: ,. : ._
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: father away. store 1 sent for a bottle and began its use .. '-.f..y. ,., ...
Stern- Starke Drug Co. : ,' ',.
PRICE Baby carriages cheap at Truby T>;:r.ii: .
} and from the first dose better .
began $3
Deputy Richard with a posse scouredthe get ,' .,1( ...;; "-;:
'. burg & Co's.Jelly Mr. L. V. Moore and Miss Malinda but and after using tUree bottles was up ., :..."SJ-,> '-
Wednesday night
neighborhood .
and aiboutagalu. 11'is worth its walt'ingold. .. ".
K glasses and fruit jars at Truby Batten were married at the home of Mr. failed to find Driggers. We won't keep atore or house with S :":'t">F.Jf.'f' --S..:f. 5- ':;:.

;ii SHOES. Sternburg & Co's. Morgan Lee in the Theressa neighborhoodon Immediately upon hearing the news of out it." Get a free;.trial at the drug store S .. >.It''.. : :< .,S_ ... 'Jt:

ir the 19th of this month. Mr. Lee per. the tragedy Sheriff Johns left to join the of the Starke Dru; Co., and John.A.. ;'; : ':'(... S S 1, .
Mrs. T. J. Burrin of in Kiug. of Lake Butter. ..2A ; : '. '
Lawtey was forming thli ceremony. pursuers. At the hour of going to press ._.. j "d"O..c...... = .. ,.., ,.
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city Tuesday, *
'T4A.KNIGRT1r he has not returned, and no more definite Lumber ":-- : .. .
: : Miss Dora Wynn died last Saturday N tice.I .. : .. ,. 1t., u.;;
Look at those Serge suits at Truby, night at the home of her grandmother particulars than stated above can be have in my yaM at mill in Starke a r '.. -..: .'.,'.. Ie'. 'oJ'' '.. ..-of

Sternburg & CO's. Mrs. Elizabeth Truluck, in this city. learned of the sad affair.: gqod supply of choice dressed lumber, I I jt-" ; : -S ,.".
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) The interment was made at the Prevail Mr. Dow ling was a very popular man such as novelty siying.I I flooring, ceiling i ---S----. : "t r, : .',,
For la grippe use Powell's Feyer Cure.It t _
Bradford and the .
cemetary Sunday aiternoon. throughout county, boat and cutting up stuff; also roogh lumber -I ".,. :. ,J
never falls to cure it. news of his untimely death is received of different qualities'a"nd prices.. : For .-- ;JI.'). .-.... .. _
.', Messrs. :Sinclair: TownEend and J. E. with great sorrow. sale for cash. Prices will be. firm and I I ., .5' 5- ff .'itSO'OS.SS1 .'
: .- The crop reports from all sections of quality as shown. .<,. .- :, ."
Futch donned their dusters and "cootershell" : -.
the county are flattering. Anti-megrim. )lr. Hope Farmer contractor,of Starke : : : '- / :t
; : hats last Sunday and took in the will have it in charge and will pleased '... 'r
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well'acquaintcd : .
This is to certify that I : ... ; -
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Spring and summer goods until you. Fernandlna excursion. They were very to receive calls from anyone in want. i... ',.":, .:- 4t.,,, '
can't rest at N. J. Jones' representations of "Summer." with Messrs. Taylor- & York. JAMES :E- ELLS- ': -Aeent-- o--r"Ie :ti.:. :'.".'.J'. -- ..JO."!

druggists at this place and know the rn&Iicine Starke Fla., April 25,1893. IJ't:: :
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.. Ladies and childrens' shoes a specialtyat Mrs. S. M. Alvarez returned home (Ant1. Ie rim) that they are manufacturing ORDS < *

-.* ,I Trnby bternburg: & Co's. Tuesday from Jacksonville where she and placing on the market. INK j *
t-!: has been visiting. relatives. Miss Mona I have seen this preparation used in :1TTING 1 ;rtids
Airs. 0, J, Weeks, of Jacksonville BARGAINS
Harris accompanied Mrs. Alvarez and this and other states and know of almost : .

: visiting relatives in this city. will visit in Staike a few weeks. miraculous cures effected by its use. In at Truby, S'S'tairnbu & 'Co' :., :;;<

Hon. Newnan D. Wainright. of Gainesville this state I knew ac ss where tie horse ,- {ffor --""'
We recommend De Witt's. Colic and -S : ""'
spent Sunday in Starke. was down with sleepy staggers for two -
Cholera Cure because we belieye it a safe 2 Answers.What :: -- ... .'. -. : 5
days and all hepe of its .. .
first-class piano for sale or rent. Ap- and reliable remedy. It's good effects are reco'ery was -- .,> .. .,. S-S: V ;*; .';'j
given and a cure was made by the {
up use -
: ply to Truby, Sternburg & Co. shown at once in cases of Cholera Morbus I.oashr'5---: .' :; :/,.
.. of Anti-Megrim. MOTT HOWARD is the difference betweena -.. ...:
and similar complaints. Starke Drug Co. County Judge Baker Co., Fla. .... .
sallow skin -
dull and-fad
t Col. and Airs L. B. Rhcdes, of Lake ey : : ." : :
Macclenny Fla.,June 19,1S9G. ed and '. ;i
cheeks ruddy .
Butler, were in the-city Tuesday.Miss Mr. Hal. Smith of Lawtey, was In the Anti-Megrim can be obtained through : complexion : : ; #,
bright eyesjmd cheeks? ; '
)}__._-----___ city Wednesday The TELEGRAPH regrets J. C. Byrd. Lake Butler Fla., agent for : rosy .- .:,' < '. 1: : \"
: Birdie Wood, of Fcrnandina visited Bradford There are 2 answers:'- : "- --. .
county.A .
yoI'. ." -i 'C to learn that Mr. Smith contem- S ; :i.: p
friends here daring theweek.. o ..
plates moving to California. His father 1ST .: ". .!- ;
Serious Accident.C. ANSWER: All difference In : .; 7
T. R. SWEAT Mrs. W. W. Stanton visited friends in aDd sisters are also going to move to that F. Johnson of Nassau county. a the beauty.world. One is ugliness; the other .: :1-: ::..;. -. S .'.f.-.

Jacksonville Monday and Tuesday.An state. member of the bridge crew of the F. C. SNDAXSWKR: 25 MIli dLOrces. For .', -. r'<:" ...;'."...;.. :- .: ... ..
cents will securethree weeks ,
25 ""
endless quantity of men's boy's aad T1'Ilve1crs.find a safe companion in De & P. railway happened to an accident treatment (two different medicines) --r-2ttQ5' : : ,*" J" %"'. ,"" ,

Goods childrens' straw hats at N. J. Jones'. Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure. A changein Tuesday morning, near Maxville that which banish will all cored poisonous disordered bile,purify liver your :. i.-> ; '..,".,: : .' ... .,: ':': -

Dry drinking water and in diet, often causes cost him his right! hand. He was placinga blood stimulate appetite,tone up.the S ,-' .
nerves, and make a new creature o*, ; 5- .; *>
Mr. M. D. Wright of Gainesville severe and dangeaous complaints.This chip upon the end of the piling when you. i is' 0 -"" : ,- .t ';' .,"'--.0".., .sM!.

':' spent Sunday in the city with friends.A medicine always cures them. Starke something about the machinery brokq and This is and : 5--- ; "
fampus remedy
a '
: : Notions DrugCo. the hammer came down with terrific force S S ,:-- 2. S : : 5 ;.'
full line of Longman & Martinez cele- _ whilefperfectly fcannless, it never -*:', ;- V..{
his band. The -
t upon fingers were so fails. ., "; ."',. -S. .V .
It'is de of the
brated paints at Truby, Sternburg & Co's. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Peay have returned badly mashed that it was necessary to mf purest "th .. ... o--. ,:.. .

to Kentucky and will hereafter amputate them. preparations. j : ..;,. "" ":

: -: Furnishings Etc. Always read the advertisements, if you make their home in the Blue .Grass state. Dr. Tate Powell, surgeon for the road, Ask your druggist for Ramon's .-'i'. :.'; ; .'\;-{

would know where to buy goods cheap They made friends 'while here and assisted by Dr. 1. L. Gaskins performedthe Tonic Liver Pilk., Two jnedisines ,- .p: ':::J.
- p' many operation, and the young man is now ,' .., ... .'.
est. many regrets are expressed because of resting as well as could be expected: un- and two taxes for only one price. best .;" .,, .. ,
their departure. der the circumstances. A sure cure for Constipation and ,'- .. -'
Mr. N. J. Jones visited Jacksonville Biliousness. S--J '; S
Thursday remaining until Friday morn- Going To. Calliornla. "v. ;. :, : ? .
Persons who to diarrhoeawill :
are subject At&11 d.*Ur'.,or m O.tat 2-Se..S boz.$LOO.- '

ing. find a speedy cure in De Witt's Colic W. B. Smith, of Lawtey. will sell be- :BROWN MFQ. QQ., Hew TorkI goodls ;, ,: -7-. : : .::i::.
and Cholera Cure. Use no other It is fore September 1st. one first class milk ",," j. ', "
: Mrs. Rushton; of the Burrin House ':, ,:. ... :\
For Sale by J. L. GASKINS.Dr. .
the best that can be- made or that moneycan cow two heifers one horse and wagon, | .1';"c-..-'S' f
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Lwtey was shopping in the city Mon ; 40.
P.RIGESTHAT. WILL SELL THEM procure. It leaves tho system in natural one fat hog (Poland China) and several Powell's "Nev rFail" Fever Cure .. ., ". r.._..,....'
day. \ articles of household furniture-extension ;03? ;,- ? ;-', ,
condition after its We sell be found sal .with ,
: use. it. table, screen cupboard spring cols bedsteads may on :: any of the following .'.: ..
The finest line of Indies' sun umbrellas :Starke Drug Co. chairs stoves' etc. :. : i, '::-' 't:4:

J.L. GASk-m8.t t Starke P1a -stlie :
ever offered, at Truby :Sternburg: & Cornpany's. 06 t. -.5 i'
I While working with a small circular Mr. W. A. Ball the TELEGRAPH -v;. '
gave GEO.S. ROACH&BRO.' New River,I'1& ; ';'
RATS AND SHOES _ saw a few day ago Mr. G. W. Young, seven clusters of the finest grapes that H.C.PARKER & BRO.,, If .. -- : <, -. :. \... ;
O.S.YOUNG. Hampton,Fla.
The Misses Fearing tendered a few of ,the tinner, happened to the misfortune ever pleased the palate of mac. The HARVEY JARRETT. Lakeside JTa. ./'S. .. ; .; !
their.friends a delightful party Friday i of sawing his thumb and first and second grapes were of the "Moore's Early" variety W.JOSES LUKE DRAWDEY., | .I LaCroaeF1a Floe Hill,B'Ja.M. ., -S '''. .,. S j. ,::r.";.

evening. fingers of his left hand. Dr. E. L. Stewart and the clusters .M. 1R1GGEB5. 'DekIe.Via.W.LBLAIR :I&wes1. ''' -' :.
Of Satisfaction Guaranteed. seven weighed: ,- -:
c Every Description called to dress the wounds which t ,. Srt .
J. il. Moore[ Theressa was nearly two pounds. If anyone doubts R. J..JONES Turpentine. Camps =-.- ; : : :
Squire wasa -
were quite painful. JOHN A.KINO Lake Butter Fl.*. S :' -"of".f : S 4
welcome caller at the TELEGRAPH office that grapes can be successfully grownin M.C.OILL. M ..v :- ..'.'
Imitation is a criterion of goodness. this section a sight ofuhose grown by : : .
Monday. .
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Lots of other jeans pants are said to be Mr. Ball would dispel the doubt. S.J.rRE8COTr HOUQHT6N Sampson tIa.. .; ,;.
the remainder of the Mrs. C. H. MiddJAborff.Fla. '" 't
During season :
GROCERIES as good, or nearly as good, as the BUCK- R. ODOM BROS., Prortdence.' *, -5-
Captain C. Heiberger is said by his .
Schroder will sell her entire stock of mil! W. F. BYNUM. Fort White,Fla. ; '
SKIN BREECHES. There's as much friends to have grown ecvcrvl inches last HENRY & WILSON. Drow.ITa 5- J
linery at cost.3Ir. HIGH SPRINGS MED. CO.,Big Springs. 31*. t '
and the
N' difference between the original .
riCEk: ,
Sunday. On that day a little son arrived J. H. JOHNS. HfUJtou. ". .'_; '' '" "C'
L. W. Hubbard editor of the Way- pretty-nearly-as-good-pants, as betweena JOHN U.CART, Melrot. ", .
to brighten the Heiberger home. :Notbing S. ;
Staple and and Stock..SWEAT -
S. L.
fancy. Fresh Complete WEEKS i MlkesTiae 5- 5--
cross (Ga.) News made a pleasant call dollar and a counterfeit.Dr. better could be wished the little fellow F. J RIVERS. i Newn&nsrlHaL. -. S --r"
J. G. COLSON I LJtWTUte :s' 5
__- at this office Tuesday. J. L. Gaskins and N. J, Jones are than that be should live a long life in L. BIKOON, 4 Mason TRUBY. .f.
.. which the characteristics of his estimable N.o.HAYSI J.aCJ'QB, ee, w, ,, '
in the lead as corn Bothof '
Mrs. II. J. Mann and daughter, Miss growers. -S =' ,
them have corn planted where their parents shall'be repeated, and the TELEGRAPH Southern Chemical.Co. ,, '.,' 5-
of Jacksonville
STARKE Altie are visiting Mr. ., .' -
T D and Airs. H. A. Farmer. orange groves stood, and it is common to heartily extends the wish. Starke, Fla., .. :

\.. stalks nine The ;
: FLA. having ears. ears
Mr. J. T. Flitch, one of- High SprIngs'prospetous
_. :''II The :Sunday: excursions to Fernandina well that _____ ,SoleMt'rs. "ic&a
developed spooning
are so couplea -
-....' 1,:. .-- merchants, passed through =
are well patronized by the people along
4 are afraid to speak above a whisper
Starke route to Jacksonville.
: SCHRODER the line of the F. C. & P. while passing the places of 1;>r. Gaskins I Thursday en ONE S ,
Mrs. E. W. Burroughs and daughters, : and Mr. Jones. PERFUMES. GEN1WORD. ;I- S -:1.'

;,,, ,\. Misses Kate and Noua returned home "We had an epidemic of dysentery in Did you know we always keep a -S .

:% ---.I. -D'II'aWVD wv,- Monday from Cedar Keys. this" vicinity last summer" says SamuelS. large assortment of the finest odors 'il

-- Pollack of Brictland.: Cal. "I was and Sachet Powder too? Toilet ..
'7''"' "- &v. P. W Corr left Monday for Virginia AdiertLiementsineertedn I I. .. S
1t thta column at OM _
in answer to a summons to the bed- taken with it and suffered severely until Waters, Bay Rum. and in fact everything cent per word e.ch iaswtion. S t ---to

side of his mother, who is very'ill. someone called my attention to Cham in the toilet line. The .-:_ _- -' .,;. .5't..

,. FINE-i-MILLINER: Y. berlain's. .. Colic Cholera and 'Diarrhoea prices? Oht I yes. they are right. POWDEI -Fredi.-- JUst.re- "; .r, ., ,' .
: Mr. G. B. Sapp one of Bradford's and 40c. 0Uud. -!' ; ;, (
Remedy I procured a bottlo felt Always right with us. STARKE Staike Drug. .. ,...! ....
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..'f..>t-J'4!: ,_ .. ... prosperous farmers paid his financial belter-.aScr the first 'dose. ,Before one DRUG CO Company. tr.. : "' ,.:t.::;
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,. to the TELEGRAPH Tuesday.Ice I'was -. ..({.
respects half of the bottle, hod been used .1!
.... iY, I .. CRE.Ut'RTAR.4Qc.. ;per ;:
Powell's ,.
'_ For la grippe use Dr. Feyer PURR
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well. I recommended it to friends '
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my .; 31arkeriig Co.SPECTAILE.trAdenever. .f .H! .. :
cream freezers mosquito canopies, : :
f : : Made :up to Match. Wedding& Trousseaus a and their experience the sam We Cure. It "never .falls"to cure it. r.. .' -1 ,.t..i
door nd window and other ,. : ,
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< ;\ '!J1 :,.,, ... 'f.. r,', goods at Truby Sternburg&Go's. MERIT fa the:character- : 'prices rolo : H ;H -
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sale Stark Co. .
by Drug REAL $
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'. of Hood's Sareaparflla. It "
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1:1: ., ',, .. ... '? HOOD'S PILLS cure Liver Ills, --- )
4' \ : k ;J Jr .' :>'. .:, .. : "'.,'' ,. ,. Indigestion ,Headache.' Dr. Price's Cream: Baking Powder cures even after. other preparations fall. OOAP ; '' kilet-S j.1 .
Biliousness, -.AH kinds and suaviT.-;. .
# >>Mr."to laxative. AU World's Pair Highest Award. Get Hood's and ONLY HOOD'S. ., Starke.DruCo-; -< ,'.' ;;., .. ..
.; : .., ., N.Iones'. ., 8TABKE.. FLA. A pleasant 'Drujglsts -. .. '. .' S .. .:.,! ;. .N' If' :_ ,
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: "tt.i' ) .f -' .- ,. to;3"OU-t. must:be'a'ChriitiaB: ," and'.b .booaIecr over(haseo,'c.Ofr,fAt fXIdctaL -:
14r: 1 :WOLTAWjm "r CAT-ZIlURlli :f-: : : 2 J' 1; yield*ida heart to God and site In the placa* i on the roagh MB*.of Jiter8 lD& baT 1Ik n : <:. d : -.' ; 'J '
"." .I iw:"All 'of ain and of, "to-day a-, Cbrtstiaaf ''Noa of haw off In rtbe'l. 'viJ ,
i. 1Ift ;, .." manner ;Waaphenijphemy prayer w tbe warning,: gone 4 : 4fz
: -; JI KI.''.TES. I" 4. g&n-b.forgIen.uuto4men; but tb b_ can doubt.1tI! nd.ft06'Jjomflandb ,says_ and they an afe,bat others are not EnaIHn.i I ;.i !! 4':& -
iJri. .(t t: i' 7 against the HoJy'ohoet shaU not'bt Here at flflt>eart Of ago I bard given m/ an1 attempt to wcape7r tiolfetotil at tJ 1Ig-- = A Q "

rdit:;, :-,. forgiven unto men And whosoever speaketo heart 10 tint SSrlmlri Now I must-establish :na1 gun of the gospeirsounding th*, alarm,; -- -
._1RJ. : '".jVl'M' .D'VEPSIA1".l *.: ,_0' ,a word against the Son Of Man'tt shall be forriven ft family altar.!' What Whttrd;ard your beware,bewarel ."Now Is the accepts time. S 45410p ;.. ; 9. 15 4 7 00a ...n.nye'ar10. s. 9101> 8 4.'E' ... 43p 8*6pgaI

," J 'lJ ". him but whosoever-speaketh against children how? .One la'Boston* another M Now i*tad day salvation/)* Hsar.Jt that,, 4Op.'. .. ;08OM 8 742a. .Ynk1f. 9 40. 830p 7. ....2 4 .6 SOp

"LI' M'l': ;f;_: .iia *.:. '-.the Holy dho.t it shall not-be forgiven him, Cincinnati another la New Ortea &and you, your( may.Jivo. : 1010. 5 p .... 111IA .'lO'Jp ..... arFmandlf 'Ita ... 7 J5A....t.. 1Ip 4..: '

; a . "' .-'. '" .- -neither In this world neither In the world tc my brother.at your fiftieth year going to. ....; ..... .... z SUr t40a ".EycreU." 742& .. .. .:. .. :i.- .
d fMO"pnrtBar Come.?-Matthew giL,81.82. flUe found BO establish your family altar-Very well, bet ..;..-; ;;..-. ...;; 9 .7.'. ....- "BrDl.ickU .... .64p...... ..or. ....1 ..." .
,-r.I- -' ( -h t onf.OV. place of repentance 'though he sought it ter late than DeTer, but alas, alas, that 700. DANK NOTE. BOYCOTI.AnVltftflatufli ..;.. .... .. 1006pt122"Sflnflah' .515O ......i... .: .... :.;::-:

:c .Z4.f'1. .4' carefully with&.';Hebrews. xll., 17. did not do it twenty-Are yean agot) ............. 400p .;" tOUpt180alvS"'nn.hu'5 tO .... ....
;._. 4 "J'. Vwis' ..July.21.1901.IIa'taDDaII-. .As sometimes gather tbe whole When I was Chamouni.. Switzerland PablUhod by Grand ..... .... 61l p s 1217.. l24patFTfa11Y 31)0& 232p i J .... ..
'. .O.' U8rD-I.t.nI'auw boatrtxt atwttteof around the evening yon stand to Leaf family I saw in the window of one of the shops a : .. .... "SOp t f5 ...-. 830.1 "'.AuustL' S4Op.'. t $2i..:..-.. ......
p 'R'I iIi. ,, '''r ..%.....Hot flpri rkib read sonie book mat mma_ mucn.. Mnster Workman Powderly.A : .. .. 730p oJ 1:1 104i 21"D.nmirk' -n .. .....
so now
wo gather a picture
impressed .
Christian my very
;::: ':,' : doMI"ratal* c- ;family Rrotip to'study this groat text 'and It was a picture of an aceident that occurred Washington .splOial.881s',' The 2401& 345po1uo's' 13fa 1lO., 3.S ... ..., .. ......
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L! ., r' : '.. I';1. 4ta1J'M.. onea C. 0.D.. may one and the some lamp cast its; glow now on the 3id of one of the Swiss monntaliH. publication of. Grand Master Work-. ;-.g.. .... .... ".v'n9 n{'& "..... ....,. .JIll. ... h; ., ... _... .
." ..andrScrofuta .1',1rI.' a1J the clrclo. oa A company of travelers, with guide went ........ ...... 'tI.- 0 ieoi ...: h'h..6ll T"o" .... -: 0 ..";: J' :". ..... r
.r. ." .: .II.BRW"I'Olfb. You nee from the first that I up some rerystwep places-places which but manSovereign's boycott against national -. .............. ..t 8'Op. hCharlotte" 11 ip fUO. ... .,... .i:.'

: ".. & .2" '. )< .. .. that there I,a sin against passage the Holy Ghost read few travelers attempted to up. They bank notes naturally attracted a ...... ... ..... _GI 847a "iI." "' -ILbnpy'-J ... '1"If o..7"r.Blz .. ..........
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; : "':'t Uae'.p.Ph.bM' ; ?udr4eb 1l'; .CqI.6." ,-' ." i Which man Is never pardoned. Once for were, as all travelers are then, fastened together great deal of .attention and 'was very .....,..... .... 1O151O48p"Or'nsb'r' 7 tip 80-1. zZ't'..... .... .... '
.1 ao..e &..< .I.CS'. t'... ur 111 having committed it, he is bound hand and with cords at the waist, ao that it one toils ffCtifany .... .... .... : 11401& 12 00p ".DtDnUe 6 lOp I 4s 8. ;..-....-.... -
.rt petlea'beaUIa:JId." ,17 i. tb*wcmdorful propertioajp foot for the dungeons of Sermons slipped tad rope Would hold Dial, the generally discussed as ( ..... .... .... e t3. 205. ..-... ..ltlcbm'oo .... 123-3a i 'I.,. ...;....;.

: !) .= l..t ck ... tor _several eropUon r *of with the akin.nn on-I day be preached to him, songs despair may bd fUiatf fastened td the others. Passing along r3pi the Upon the condition of the treasury ... ........ : liJ 15.1. "Lynchb'K"...:. '2i.q : G : ... ........;.

.. Jo' -'- I ell'btl74 able roptlonon to him, prayers may bo offered in his behalf most dangerous point, one of the guide and the circulation of money and .... ... ... s.s= 4041 .3Z&i"Ch'rI'tivle't 27p 'ICiil E .1... .........'
K" .: H *. ''1 tried evatr known''< ... .... .... 642f"W'A'gi'n'111l5alOtipt .. ... ...
but all 88111' ; .
J f = 7t i/bn TmtB.nnUJ .P.wu naod, to no purpose He I is a Captive for this slipped and they all started down the preclpice. the payment of. obligations. Secretary e .
for .ftJt *4 K H A k i A.I PiJ : world and a eaptlvd for the world that But after awhile one more muscular .... .... .:.. 2 I l12l, 8O.5a1'B'itimore"1 942a 837P1 a j .. .... .....
..fI.aDO..tt. arID&1ut" 4f dii,.n4j. .\ !. OHNiT01o." '# Come." Do you suppose that there is is one to than the rest struck his hools into the ice Carlisle said that the ..boy .... ... .... : 25& tO2.pl"PbilsileI.':t 7 55nii2Oa .1.: : .... .I..I.t .. ..

( l 'Ot4. dlrealo .leeFl.:, "- '. '.ot. 8ah nero who has committed that sin? AH any sins and stopped but tho rope broke, and down. coLt would not alL ct tho treasury ..... .... ...r. ;.,' i2fI3t-L"NewYnrk",12, II' 3Z t t .... ... ....

.-" ; WTWTid. bU.rTrt, Wi 1MIe. l peui lrof: '., Ceer. ared' are against tho IJoly Ghost. but my text huQ'lrwas and thousands of feet, tho rest department or its condition. National Elegant-Through Va Coach laebooville 'to Wia-<ii on NOB.37 .n.t Si.
t 'fi": r1f.vqor"Btg1d..2'te speaks of one especially. It Li clear to went. bank it ttated --- ,
tL.b.m : o, very notes, was ,
".. ,1II Y.-a'._ 11. llID3. my mind that the sin against the Holy Ghost And so I aoo who'.o families bound to- HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE,
Ittr. I
.,IoU-.. CIU'OI. .8BqUIW was the ascribing of tho works of the as between individuals, were not a legal *. Chfc Bionx d'y.
j n -- M.-.iPP..JJROS., aV&DDab. opirlt I Rethef by tl*.0t affjflt ll 1.03 and In ninn? CASAtwillkl4j CINCINNATIJACKSONVILE.To 8 Lonw. o,
v O&, ttriatII.1 ba.. tn 70ur V. to tho agency of tho devil iu the time ef thuapostles. tender and could be refused if offered
', .___ .. P..4JI'. 'eu.of tbe"tfn. uri slip'pury places'of worldllness Nol61 I No3-5
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$ -- -fft by Ono individual to another and Chicago. Tole-
Down..akJa"aDc.r. and ) Thn father knows it, and the )
"CS onfiu..Arlu30..ru(
Indeed l-Il'lmJL..JIIC
'. &dqaVSttB1 1tretitr puia.Lebioocl aalt loud and In'cat reTt"I" other Words Bible if A man distinctly had tells iis that in mother knows it, and thoy are bound all to- declined without in the least impairing J5 t ? 2 do.Detroit:3.CleveUmCLoni It 2 0) 6 Whim 1..At.l'Ita.! s.. Lr U 4.5.piad
\ 90' sight given to ..
b'J 'rom tbo aeat of tho dl_ e gether. After awhile they begin to slide --- 7) --- 0' "' ..
.r, _.WooaI him, orlf Another was raised from the dead the validity of'tho del/t. The Fame is o' 12 OOu'n750pm .. ..Binninfdiain.; 2.l.Spinz
JI'OPa vil' 'o
L #".uetI 014.1'rIck1T',. d. prtye ta .nJ' IJ1)rtoadin .oreMi I liave tatfJft ft.eor lIis one standing them should true gold Z.2" : Z
$ say, becomes alarmed, and no his
-A- wBOOC. and f.1 tonfldonLttn't mother ouriO "This his stop, planting c3'Indi&n& c 7 3'am .....8'Lis..... 1SOpm4
man got .
T .,. ..:,11Paz118ft1IU.JI o..A 1"'...-.. wUl elreoli., nro. It has alao rellovMBM the Holy Spirit did sight not do by this safanlo Boelzebub power; feet on. the "rock of ages." Ho stope. but neither of which is legal tender, but po'0" 1 55pm .. ....Chi4o... I. 1 3.'i pm
"QO&I.tJa..b1&11' or' from.ilndUrcflttoa and etomaca ; the rope breaks and tho i') who wore once simply the representative of a gold or -- ....Dobu'tl1e.... 730am
accomplished It "This LTJaclra'M : I
YoantI'UIJ' or raised from 1301'm// ::
man 7iOa i 10 SOaro
Irom tied fast him moral and 4.1pm 920p
f- "
to by
)on. spiritual ...
W. M.EUBT. .....Sionx Cny. 800pm
w ." wlih CAPT. the dead was raised by satanlo Influence silver dollar which it legal tender between S ,
DO..tI..I. heart 'AUom07ACLnf. !fldedces go over tho precipice. Oh, there I 1.1 i JJOa450p I5pm Ar.Evcrett .Lv -I2ani 6 COp
t y n.fdeoriqr and rnvoawttMB lor'rm the man who said that: ilfopMki down Under individuals and between the 127am402am ".Bin-on. ,. 2 30am 113 St Louis and
'a Pullman ilcfpera
.W' ,"- '. ; ,w>*treated by tlMTeryt***, the such a thing as coming to Christ soon enough Thruuzb
the '
of and
cnreo text hat
.rl'T i ', '-t'. I ano ipent bnadnds of de" &tr Blood Ctees Etiev Bu. f Free ; committed tho to save bUrsolyosi; but not soon enough to government and individuals. But 830r "Atlanta. 11 45pra! 800a843a Jacksonville. Sleepers'through Chicago or -
en ,
2' trtecl.y.r'1.uOWD rwaedy *, IaI fatal sin against the Holy Ghost. da ve others. .... 917am "ClutnVa 6 Wpm Sioux tit l' and Jaekso&Tille with but ooochange.
Ibav* only takes Now I do not think it l Is tossjbljjj l either national bank notes or the cer- I "
;' ,. CIf "I P. P.-and ALL'DEyQQISTS SELL IT. this How parents wake in tho latter ...... 7 20 pm Cin'na'ti 8 30 m 8 00p -
t DM.00t t oa. many up I
L 1"; "i "ebfldu.4tbIdoo.m.zacPr. day to commit that sld I think it was possible tificates wotild bo redeemed on presen- :
part of life to find out the mistake! The par- KANSAS CITY LIN-li.Tnrongh ttleepw
rt;: 'l l MB.I .' LIPPMAN BROS. only in apostolic times. But it is a very "I have been lenient "I tation at the ten-
f ;, on yovmmSiotM to all I. terrible thing ever to cat say, too or treasurywith legal ck-vnville to flour 8prns; Holly Springs lo

:".: : 1iMJ. .er., xwdtMMMa PBQPBIETOES the Holy Ghost, and It say Is a anything marked fact against that have been too severe in the discipline of my der. In the case of a national banknote Kansas CHy.' (one chanpr only.)
.1 ,\ t' -; JlnLL K. K..YBAay, chnd If I had the little around
I. .,,; y.". .lpriIJ. ;t&d.GrMaQolmq,1IOr, Uppmaa'k BlodcSaTMUtab,Ga our moo has teen marvelously kept back again, how different I would on do'!" You will ma the bank of issue could put it Day Coach on No. S3 through tp AUinta. I Missouri, Arknnsas Iiriiaa I I No. S5I

.. '. ,' from that profanity. You hear a man swear never have them around again. Tho work Is again, !in circulation or allow it to be I 1 .,Territory._i ,__i -_ -,_m n -_.t tcr ._ '
the :
by .
'F. :" kw ..IJ: name of the. eternal fln<1, nnd hv thA.., ... L .... A a a a. .
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f B. '. ,. -' 0"J done tho bent to the character Is the retired, as it cnose. :tIw SAY Jat"auounuo '- -'
,'', .f< r name of Jenus' Christ, but you never hear a ; given, NOI' si and 6 solid vestibule to and from 8 15pnl Ar..:...Et'.t'l'U....n A..r'V.- '
I id decided. I
L'!'. ,' man swear by the narad of the Holy Ghost eternity those say this to young parents Treasury officials express the opinion Ciucinllatl.J&cbonvllle. oilcepa 0 and'from 12 VOn'n Ar..irmiIIghtm..... ,

"iIt f There are those hero to-day who fear they who nru twenty-five and thirtybr that while a general and iron-did Jacksonville. 1000pm Ar..IIcmpJ'Ul..J...... Lv 5 20am
----- thtrt -fiie 4 of as <3-ha Ye the
are of tho ? family
;.t' guilty unpardonable year
sin. Havo MoLv
: of national Lank notes labor 9 1'm .U. .8printft.il1.
I ,' I you such an lety? Then I liavd to,Wit you Utar totolghti How d $ A'n.dfe.WS. *,. 'Middleton positively that you have riot ccifimitted that father felt as ho leaned Over the couch of his unions would pcrhapi cause temporary _

: ,: ., : sin, bocausd the Vdry anxiety is a result of dying child, and the expiring son said to embarrassment, it could hitve Nos. ifJ No. ; Vlorida aDd o 1-
4' tho movement of the gracious Spirit and himj "Fatherj you have been very good tome and And 1sooia ud West anelH >1 110
: Yoti have rad d find feducatloti no permanent effect, ns stripped of all New Orlea.... .
given Dail
Your anxiety Is proof Daily. Dali.Daliy.
: positive, as certainly
anything that can bo demonstrated in mathematics as- idd rod naVe'piaoed mo in a fine social position technical surroundings it was a boy __ I .

:ES Livery Salt and Feed: Stables1 that rOil Mid hot committed the : you have done everything for mo in cott against the government certificates ...... 9 054mILT....FernanrHna....Ar ...... 2 pm =

alit that I have been spe'1k.lnl| of. I can look a worldly sense; but, father, you rifever told on the part of a portion of the ...... 1OO9.mLv..Cllalian, ......Ar .... jJ S.'ipm -
-z oft Upon this audience and feel that there Is me how to dio. Now I am dying, and I am .t 93-'ipm .... nnYiIle..Ar! CJ30am jrOp
:! t. '' ,I salvation for all. It is not like when they afraid." citizens, which was. in itself they said, J040pm ID 42am \..... Baldwin .....Lv 53O.am J15pm .I.

tFINESThRNOUTS in the city. put out with those lifeboats from tho Loch In thla category of irrevocable miatakea I qn absnrdify. -- IJ: oaam II ,Wam c\r .....S'arko..Lv 4 I.'iam j Opm

:.'i r'i i Earn for the Villa de Havre Thor knew place t alsi the unklnlncssos done tho departed Whatever objection", it was pointedout = t2 l3am 12 \pm Ar......Wal.........Lv S 29uD J .pm _a .I '.
there When t Ii bor mother usqlto x700am 1J6pm.\r..OaII1EBrille..L 12 2aW -'
o Wag not room tot all tho psssoigirs was ; my 00 02pmufj
exist tho nationa
but ; say td.me JIietfmes 'De Witt, od will may against .... \r.CooerKey..L" .. t4c
they were going to do as well. n* they ; ; c .. '
0 Bngi TOTS, ail Drayli! a Specialty could. Hut toniay w J rtad th<> lifebaitt of bo sorry for that whed I am Kone.' And I bank system UlidtT the present law il 12hm 126pm \r..lbwthor\1o..L.. -jam LJ 4-1pm = I '

the gospel J, and Vrd fcry but over the sea, remember just how she looke.1, sitting there could only be remedied by n repealr j r'l.un 1 56pm .:..... ...... 20'Jam.t:21fipn. = ._
J t Ii "Room fdf all!*' Ob, that the Lord Jesus with cap and spectacles and the old Bible in modification of those lawn and not bv : ..... 2 a.Jpmr.....SilY.r Hrring...Lv..... 11 :Hm ; .
,. it. p't Attentl.on. Christ would this hour bring all out of her lap, and she never said a truer thing than 3 Oam 24QpQl.\r.Oea' ;.....LY '1 OOAmfl 111amAr..flomcy'aas c
the flood of sin and plant you you on the deck of that, for I havo often been sorry since. ,a boycott, us an attack on tbo system ...... ..... ..Ly fJ m ,

::$it REASONABLE CHARGES. the glorious old gospel craft! While we have our friends with us we say such as that instituted by Grand Master 42i.m 3i7pD. ...:.WiltlwoOO..Lv OVam =

't1'Jr' But while I do not think it Is possible for unguarded things that wound tho feelings of Sovereign resohcs i'-Helf into an at r 625am.J 20pm.\ .....>sburg... ..Lv 10 '. us to commit tho particular sin spoken of in those to whom wo outfnt to give nothing but = J 72Oart' 4 .J7PQllr..T..var. ....: ..Ly 9.:tl lOon 1Q
,: r' ,>::'BUUea Orn Call and Thompson streets one block- from Depot.BROS.. the first toxt I have, by reason bf tile second kindness. Perhaps tho plrdnt, Without Inquiring lack on the goverun out itself. o = 1050m c\r..Orl.lmo..Ly. 4 ,' ; -.- -

,'; 71 text, to call your attention Id tha fact that into th4 matter, boxes the child's '-4 53lpmA.r..Wlnter: rak..Lv : tici
r \' there aro sins Which though they be ears. Th t little one, who has fallen in the TilE DEADLY CROSSING : : 548am 44pm A.r..Lacoocheo..Lv 43pm !J Warn 11.4 =
{ pardoned, are In Bonid irrevocable strecti conltis ill covered with dttst, and as x 9 tX1 "r..TarpoD Iprinfts..L" .. .. 7tmOuru .
1tt MORG4N' : I and you can find no placd respects I though the1 first disaster were not erionlgh sho --- 00 1916rm 4r......SI1tIrrjn......Lv.4J.m: r i1"

q..f''o. .. jt : though you seek it carefully for repdntdncc with tears.;! whips it. After u while the child la taken Train Crashes Into a Pleasure Vehicle .. .....19S.1pmc\r..Dnn dln..Lv... Z'lam c
5 ,
-Jj't r Esau hl\d.birthright given hlia. In olden or tho parent is taken, or the companion is Killing Four Men. : ... itO 3up t.r......St. Peter-burg.... )Vain ._Q .
"i t : timed it meant not only temporal but take, and those wh of
P. O. Building Btarke Flo.'NEWSDEALERS spirit- pleasure party men, ... ..
/ 1i ual blessing. Ono day Esau took his birthright We could only get back th'osd unkind 728im 6 \ :...Lv..s 148-.m _
<,4 and traded off for something td eat, words, thoso unkind deeds! If we could driving across the railroad track between 900.lm 7 10pm ...... .... 1 OUsuI rLl

:1tr SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS and Ob, tho follyl Put 1st Us not be too severe only recall them!" But you cannot get Williarastown, Maes., and Pownnl -- -- -

upoR him for Some of us have committed them back. You might bow down over Vt., Sunday affernooo, was struck > I G 1pm 950am Lv....Jacki'onv-lo! ....Ar 811Om() '4 OOpin P
tliS same folly.. After he had modi the the grave of that loved one and cry andcry : 8S.'ipm. n .n \r.L keUii.Lv .. 'm
!: : he wanted to get it back. Just trade and cry. The white lips would make no by a train on the Fitchburg road. Q 30-t'm 1240pir. Ar..Live ..... ('ilunlr2t.an =
_r'W6Qlpale.and ijetail Stationers. ag though Three of the killed .... JI..1i..oo..... to(
you to-morrow morning should take all answer. Tim stars shall be plucks out of mon were instantly ; ;l. to 37pm 134pul.\r. .Lv 4 lOam rlamI. :

notes and bonds and Government ountlea your their sockets, but thosa Influences shall not ono died shortly afterward, and tbe t205I1m 2f.2pmr..IInnticd..Ly 2 40tni\ I) ( I12 -
;. and should be torn away Tho world shall die, but 4.im 3371'0 \.r..Tal1t.bal1 eo..Lv 215 m S 15an>
I J' : .BBBHHHHHHHIHHHiHBHD go Into a restaurant and in fit of the
a remaining occupant carriage,
4 .. ... .. .
of recklessness and throw all there ar J somrt wrongs tmm 1'hl.l. The ... 32pm Ar. .Qnint7..L'11anJ"h. I'
1, r'neat rtbi hunger those William Prindie, escaped injury by 5 t.> \r.... ... .
nd of take -
k't Mnsjoal InstrumenU Merchandise, Wall Paper, Novelties eto. securities on tho Counter and ask for a plateof moral: \ whlh Is. car. of your friends pro -
t' Picture-frames" made food, that while you have th m. Hparo the scolding. jumping. The party had waited for a Thron.-.h I'nllman 11 OOpn \ ...... acoJah.. ..Lv 1 an\\_ -
to rder. Full line of School Books and making exchange This was .
Supplies. 3 o ......) ..... .
.. tho one Esau made. lIe sold his birthright Be economical of til" sdtlrd. shut up in a freight train to and did not seethe SICt'renl JackllOnvllc > e .Lv 335 DI, ,
t1, ,7"v v Legal Blank :Orders for Printing' received Christmas. goods in season. for a mess of pottage, afid hd Was.Very sorry dark Cave from Which the?shall rteVefawaraj train pass coming from the 10-New Orlesn4. 7 73iMmr..N. Or1an'.... L'11 tXan'1 .*

.. h:, ,,.r, about it aft?rjlrdbut|; "he found no place forth all tho words that have sting in them. passenger x l>.Uy except: :Qnd..v. t Couuecciofw at Ta'iip i for' Mi iVtersOnr dtanateo Uivt-r and
., .'...:).. : -: tot. rdpdiihnce, though he sought it carefully You will wish you hal some day-vory soon opposite direction. Key Woit anil Havana soamcr'; At WaMo earn r for JIcl.'o-'>. Connect at Tallahas-
: with tears." you will perhips to-morrow. Oh, yes. ere for Mt. Mark Carabello and Apalachic-il O.niioors, ut-lliror Junction for Cha tahviochM

":." Wm TISOW. There Is an Impression In almost every While with a firm hand you administer par- Will Readjust the Wage Schedule. rivtr rtc-im-r'. Connects at Oo.'" for Honi>-atsa.AH a
I man's mind that somewhere in the future ental discipline also administer it very b.ircage will lv cVckod from Union D'-pot. T.cketa will g'ill be i-'!M at tin city tbk : ,

':' .".'." there will be a chance whero ho can correct gently lust some day thoro be a little slab rho operatives of the Beoli and office, 202 II,'Kan a'rett, aa well as at tho Union Dtp .. ,
: ... .. .' In th3 cemetery anIon it chiseled "Oar C. H. CEEIUJOWER
-7 ( all his mistakes. Live 03 we may, if we Fitchburg Worsted Companv'n mi HP! ,
'*v-- S 1 only in time God will and W ltll," or "Our GbarlitV' and though you at Mass. Ticket A:ent. 203 We.it Hiy street, cc met Hofjan. Jacknouvillo, FIlL
repent forgive Us, Fitchburg have received the
bow down prone in the grave and seek a N. 8.PE NIXGTOS', TiarHj' Manager. A. O.rMicDONELI,, '
? then all will bo as well LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLES never committed sin My disconre shall plica of rcpeutence and see! it carefully following notice : "On July 29th the Ot-ncnl *'a*cnger Agent .

,f como in collision With that theory I shall with teui'Si you Cannot find It. schedule of wages in this mill .will be .
There is another sin that I place in the
.. how Yod my friends as God will help readjusted and advances made as far
; me.
? : that there Is such u thlnv as unsuccessful II lost class opportunities of irrevocable of getting mistake goo, and I. I that never: is as the condition of business will ad. THE CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO.

: ::Ii.! ; : b Hodges Block Starfre Fla. repentance iihat always;that stay there wrong arethings, and for done them wrong you COD to a fatur.layllght but I can ->eo during mit. The advance will affect' 600 or
that week that I kayo missed
totty seek some place of repentance and seek opportuu- more operatives, and bad suffered a reduction ,
g WpiSLJviV-- tt carefully, but never find it. ities g-sttlng ool. I never como to my since the hard times

-Hasthu ;finost Ilrivinoc and ridin horses in the city takes Belonging Is the folly to this of class a misspent of irrevocable youfh. mis-WeInay homo many birthday on chances Sabbath but I of can getting fron see that tho better.I discussion havJ I never wasted of;go n began. 'T-:2; : -I

look back to our collego days and think :
\1-J.t religious theme without foolmrr that I might L 1
r bow we neglected\ chemistry or geology or J't
F\q botany or mathematics wo be have done it in a nvjftssuwjssful way.: Howis !
,. may sorry ,
It with ? It you take a certain numberof A.
you Bailey
About it all our days. Can we ever get the
l : .Gfentle"Horses. Uflcipllno or the advantage that Wo would bushels of wheat au.l scatter theaa ovtra >.:.
Stylish Rigs. certain number of acre. of you expecta _
: kave had had we attended to thosO duties Ia \ 'a.
harvest to the amount of
: proportion"
> : early life? A man wakes up at forty yertn seed scattered. Au,)JI ask you now, Have STARKE FLA. -/ ". *
il HO"C8 at'Reasonnbio Of and finds that his youth hu been
Boarded :Prleesand age :
: o : Given Best Attention. the sheaved of moral and spiritual harvest .t
Wasted, and he strivej to get back his early
:. "i( I H.: advantages. Does he get them back-tho corresponded,'_ loft.f. h..with.. .._i the'o ._.advantages'J V ., .....given.nlo.. YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA, LINES 1
r I"'H : 0 days of boyhood, the days in college, tho UV"resolution UCD n for iU tiLe n..u futu'rebutpast yvu. .LV UI..1 u. '- The magnificent Steamships of this Lino are appointed to sail as follows:

C..M. & dayS under his father's roof "Oh."ho sayd Iu the long opportunities of futuro Calling at Charleston S. 0.) both .
Sparkmann C are gone. procession ways. ; i
: : o. bow"If Icould-only'get I would those them times!" back brother again, yeans all thos9 past moments will march, but WholosaIo ana Retail From New York. Pier 29.E.R. Standard Tlu*-Steamer. Frnm Jacksonville.Flu
improve My ,
For Charl
th" archangel's trumpet that wakes the dwl *ston and New York. :
t .. T you will never got them back. Thoy are Friday Jane 2S, at 3 pm..- CHEROKEE Thur a.y. July. 4. at 2 00 p m509am t
m-o gone, gone. You may bo very sorry about will nor wake WI' fo. no of those privi TU sday July y. at 3 pm... 3EMINOLK Sunday 7at
GRlSF It, und God may forgive,so that you may at leges. Esau has.sola his birthright,and there ------ in l'rlIII.Y. 6, at 3 pm.. ALOONOUINCHEBOKKE Thnraday. u) at 7 3D a_
It1 last reach heaven, but you will never get Is not wealth enough In the treasure housesof Tnesday ." 9. at 31 m .. H'lnclaY.It. 14..t 10 0) am ,
HIGH: WHISKIES. over some of the mishaps that have come to heaven to buy It back again. What iloes Friday 12. at. 3 pm.. t\EUNOIE rsda lat (1 03 pm
L' of that mean? It means that If you are going to Tnesdny, t(>, at 8 pin... IROQUOIt* Sunday, 21. at 4 00 am j-a f
soul result of "
as a
your neglect early Friday .
your "
19. at 3 ALGONQUIN
; : FRESH BEEF pm. Thur- ::EowJaey; $2 to 5 p '". Corn Whiskey $2 to $2.50 dutjn You may try to undo It: you cannot get any will advantage out of this Sabbath day Tn sd'1. 23, at 3 pm... t1MINULIJ Sunday S, at 930am m
gal. to it before
lt. per Oint you get tho hand: wheel Friday. ....
: undo it. When you had a boy's arms and aboy' 20. at 3pm .JROQrJOI.Thursday.! Aug. 1. at '.2 00
: j' $2 t I2.Go.per gaL Bum, $2 to, $2.50 pet gij. Apple Brandy 82.50 to & eyes, and a boy's heart, you ought to around ou tho clock to 12 to-nlglit. It inau3 PORK & MUTTONSLICED Tuesday.It 30, at ,8 pm... CHEROKEE Sunday 4. at.4 03 pm am &

18pet' 1tI1. Pfa.ch Brandj. '$2.50.to. '$3 per' gaL ,White Wheat have attended to those things. A man saysat that every moment of our life has two wings,
Philadelphia Charleston an'd
: re' :: I'Whtaey.: $2.60, per.. gal. Prompt attention paid to all order. fifty years of age, "I do wish I could get and that but it does not fly like a hawk In circles Jacksonville Ltne jr
over these habits of indolence." When did a straight line from eternity to HAM A f
: you get them? At twenty or twenty-flvo eternity. It means that. though other SPECIALTY. For the present and until further notice steamer "Yonassee" is intended

;:JUTRADE t. SPECIALTY. years of a'e You cannot shake them off. this chariots may break down or drag heavily, to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, 'Wednesdays, &tjd from Charleston
han ono never drops the brake and
They will to you to tho very day of for
death. if ceases to run. It means that while at other r. Philadelphia, Sundays. Close connection' made at Charleston With Clyde.
a man through a long
fr '; ; t riLe,: 11cxridEr your course of evil conduct young undermines his physical feasts tho cup may ho 1'a.i.qeJ to u* and we Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville&ntlall. Florida-points., '
: .
,, health and then repents of it iu after life, may reject It. and yet after awhile take it, Also, Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia. 'V
4.' '\ tho cupbearers to this feast never give us but
the Lord may pardon him, but that does not
bring back good physical condition. I said one chance at the chalice, and rejecting that Jii
'it; CjirR' c wo shall "flnd no place for repentance H ST. JOHNS LINE.
3 to a minister of the gospel one Sabbath at the ,. RIVER
'OFFIOE: "Where though wo seek it carefully with tears.
"""\"' .. close of the service arc you pn-ach-
-.:;. 1.''"., _- -I Ing now?" .'Ob."hesay ,the"I am not preach in There this category Is one more of irrevocable class of sins sins that and I that p1' For Sanford Enterprise and tnt.rmsdlateoInts on ths St. John's Rivir.
t 'If ..4 ing. I am suffering from physical effects
+. i ; IM veil fitted..lipwith..full anortment or of early sin. I can't preach now; I am sick." is business lost opportunities of usefulness. Your PoorHealth STEAMER EVERGLADE Capt. W. A. SHAW,

r A consecrated man he now is, and ho mourns partner Is a proud man. In or Ji- Is
appointed to sail from Jacksonville
:, bitterly over early sins, but that does not nary circumstances say to him. Believe in Tuesdays andjSatnrdays at ,500 .V
:NE"W" JOBTYPE' arrest their bodily effects. Christ," and ho will; say "You" mind your p. m., and returning leave Sanford Mondays and.Thursday, a,at 5OOa. -m.

4" '. The simple fact Is that men and women been business affliction and I'll in mind the mine. But thorn ha Ceneral Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay sV.eet Jacksonvllls .
r Ills
% often take twenty years of their life to buildUp tender. Ho is looking nrouiul for John L. Howard Florida Freight Agent. F.M. Ironmonger,Jr,Florida Passenger Agent ;i. :,
influences that require all the rost or sympathy foot Hogan street Jacksoartue JIL. ot W.
l* And.b'preparedto ant solace. Sow is your tlmo Speak, I. tt. .A.T. )1.. \ltl"Mt.Jaclr./IODvUle. Kia -.v .
furnlth OB thort notice their Hie to break down. Talk about a mall A. J-Cbl. 1aeiger Agrut. _
'"< beginning life when ho Is twenty-ono year speak, or forever hold your peaeo. There is II Bow IlIg GJ'f'en.New York. 8 ifcWlina Ori.en.N. Y. "
: ;t !!I lI.-HMd. :Letter talk about II fo a time in farm life when you plant tho com 1 I Theo. O. Egt'r,TramoManager' J-A.-LwU7Buperlntud '
eadg Not tt n beginning nt. ;
{ 'Statements, Cards, Etc4"H When age she; Is eighteen woman of ago! Ah, uo! antI when you sow the seed. Lot that go by, means so much more than''' owlmg Orwn,Biew York. footHognaM *et,Jaik9onvllto.Bla. '.' 'I
"tt: years and tho farmer will D.D.t.,.MUTK.O. '.A-,12 South Delaware
; : wring his hands while .Philadelphia. "
'f" : _i--- tn many respects that Is the titan they close you imagine-serious and'' '
: -, : Jlfe in nine cases out of ten all the questions other husbandmen are gathering in the WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Ceneral Agents,
,,'" sheave Yoa aro iu a rjluioin fatal diseases result '' ..
j of eternity are decided before that. meeting from' 12 8 lh Delaware AT*. Philadelphia. 3 n.
wllu. t2re... New -'
and rk.
there '
'r' t;
'. J" STORE. talk about a majority of men getting their an opportunity for you to sp,\< ailments - ___ __ ., (
'i .8jJt1JG a word for ChrUt. You say, "I nri<: do It." 'trifling neglected.Don't .
fortunes between thirty anl Your cboek flu U'jj
1-- years ; with om'jarnusEuant.
.f" > L.. .. _
I" They get or lose fortunes b-tween ten and You rise half way, but you cower beforo mea play\vidi Nature's''greatest '
1o'T. twenty. When you tell me that a man Is whoso breath is in their nostrils }
.I' nil
VI"I. you I U.
gifthealth.I D.
'" .'n' I. just beginning life. I tell you he Is just elos- sag bock,'lion I the opportunity Li gnno.
lug it. The ---
next fifty years will not be of a'3 and all eternity will feel tho effect If ,
,;' much importance to him a? the first of ilenc you are feeling ,
"i T twenty. your ? Try to get Iwk out of sorts.weak .
Now. why do I nay this? Is it for the that opportunity! You caanot find it. and generally '
? : "r!." annoyance of those who haT .ouly a baleful You might as will try to find tho fleece t Jut I netvous, Watchmaker and 'Jeweler.
.'# "f : "1 retrospection? You know that is not my Gideon watched, or take in your hind the l''OmI.S have no appetite ;
..I: f'iL' ". way. I say it for the benefit of young men dew that came dowu on the locks of tho aud can't work, "
JW'n- ..i..f ''.', and women. I want them to understand that Bethlehem shepherds, or to find the plumo of begin at once tak. Starke Drug Oo'a Store nest to Po tof% .! -- III'-

.. -. : ; eternity Is wrapped up in this hour that the the first roblu that w"nteros. ing the most re jiamedicine.which -,
.G. paradise it
.- :' ." ', sins of youth we never get over that Is it is I ble strengthening Best
; you aro gone- gone forever. Whon Assortment
au I iOn ffalte
opportunity is GlueD ajiUmlry
now fashioning the mold iu lie
which for
Cilj -
your personal Brown's .
repcutaaoj or of Iron Bit ,
,, 'fJj J., L. GASKINS great future Is to run;that a minute, in. Wi passes away, you may hunt for it doln-j I ten. A few bottles .
M 1 G' "S iH'I' t''G' .1".r'R: stead of being sixty seconds long, is made cannot find it. You fish for ; you cure-benefit Special
; { 'iSl"; ,' ,-DEALER.INP up of everlasting ages. You can see what not take the hook. You may may dig for it;it it will Bitters Cowetromthe, and Prompt Attention Given to Repairing

-g .-:!L'b 1. : -- .. ', .. dignity and importance this gives to the i cannot bring it up. Kmember that;there yn : -very' first ttain dose-j/ Charges Benson bJc. .
t 'DRUGS'S' ycmr I
.,1'tr ... s--. o.. l ; HilCiES Hf tf'/H? oar yount! folksTO* In the are wrongs sal sins that can iwvjr b j cor ttftk. and It's .

:1 r :I be light ( this subject life is not something to rected 5 that our privileges fly not jn circles _ _ pleasant_ to take. t&O Gold bonght or taken tn exch ni
frittered away not something to be but In a straight line; that the lightning .. ; j'j'ENVBLONtSt -

SLBlliIll Stance, FJa.a 'smirked about, Dot something to be danced have not as swift feet a* our I'rtTt""h"ll, HItCures : : .

.. out, but something to be weighed In the they are gone ana let an opportunity ot sal. -
i":;" 1' :J- 0-0. balances of eternity.' Ob, young man.the vaUon go by u% an inch-tho one-hnndreth I .'- -a-

'. i"rijlijj i l1i 1 : Pbiai prescriptions carefnllj sin of yesterday tho sm of to-aiorrow will part of an Inch, the thousandth ,part of an Dyspepsia, Kidney and' Liver. -I __ ,' "-' .. .--'- -

!If \" b, DIU ."I'a' Im1 'compounded.at all hours Mi roach:over 10,003 years-ayc.. over the gr.*t inch,the millionth part of au inch-and no Neuralgia, Troubles; ; a- '
unending man wan overtake
.,.. ; ''.fr.tl'' tr.t-if > ,J.. ; :. .\t. dajor'niaht.Ifarrbon ., awhile ssy. ?1 eternity.am very tiOrry.You..Now may J after have cannot come up with.FirewingaJ It.' The eternal seraphim Go-1 Constipation, Bad Blood Job : )

't\J,1:1': I ers" 'IJi' R\ to bo thirty or forty of Himself cannot catch it ''Malaria, .Nervous ting..this OfllCO

< : _; : If il wnre. do wl:51 I had never committed years those ass.sins.lUll"I I stand bet ro,those who bUt a glorious .Women's ailments!- : i

- tr: :'- -:::- What does that amount to? GJ! may. pardon birthright. .Esau's was not s j fi.,: as yaurg; > complaints.. ,

iflhlOWUc1.FiflOy '_ Not.In the llaoe.I you, but undo those things you never Sell It once, and you sail It forever. I r- lines Get only the getlubte-It has crossed red ,' "' '".
GlaSs a Benjamin) Uarrlson' has broken the I will, you never ean. member the story of the Ul on tho Aroili stitata.on the. On wraper.of AQ othas ue sub- mLL BEADS ,;: PROGRAMS. '
:I': alienee In this same category of irretocabla mistakes some years ago-the lad Stewart Hollanl. will send rece'Pt two 2C.stamps we J'
let of To.
Sp.ecra1tr" as the BeautJfal '
-j;' dL "rjZ' !t .** regards. presidency.. ,lie I.put all parental neglect;; We begin A ressel crashed into the Arctic iu the time Fair 'Views aDd boot-tree. Wodda, NOT* HEADS, STATEMENTS "TOLDBXS
'ft a.ld that under np circnnutanccs'candj the elu3Stlon of oar chlldr"n too late.: of'a fog, aud it wa found that the BROWN. CHEMICAL ,
eston iy 8 lIp .. ,
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; te for that we HEADS
if' : wake pas ujr .
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began prayThjiroacher Jndgennntpresident of.the Spaldjng I :' that all delegates participating ir the d liberations -': ,Bowieil G.-HbrY; N.Tork-which :Ions' of crude ;p trblenni andiikl894'its ) .M.. '._'fheMtI". -' -. ;3rt.. :
','saw,'his i mistake, .Oonnty Silver;Tkagne.:Delegates from cfitablish >bimetallib standard' a of the o-nvt-ntion agknow edgelbenuclTot: 'is to continue eight :days,' "was begun' prcyaetibn Md iacreaMd to!9.083, ,. : .-.i.j'.-.lI.,41.s: .:i4,. >',).'..'Ii ,,.;__
p2I4ugv.nd' let the eleven it all confession that the demonetization of democra'8,'.:and pledge thimselToe supped ': ; .--_. ,- ,p ,
pray parts of the state to the number of at Chicago;.Tuesday' afternoon, at 2 .S31,9n; galloni Itf4I878lth "f tar I wfpexasIbte .u 1I8 .H.1'"

nong:1hemie1vc&- : 500 were present -Tho.proceedings; jtbo1 system was a blander, 'if".not aIcriino .the. democratic party. o'clock'at the Illinois.-jClnb.', :,The disputants product'of: cane-BO j prliithfii Ul try Js&h. 77'a'!. ;:::,. .-.
r, : : ILat its have been The'resolution created' some confusion .. "
opened by the election of Hon. Tat consequences : ,will take ,the'ffirDiitiv :and .wo 1M832,493'ndiIni8941. $ ftd lni W.JIII t. -,....;. MI&J\.'-._ '
difastrona and that the conditions that ed to be. = .
antparent Mirror but
# .was ftDal1y'"p "'
.las Walsh..as permanent chairman and up negative at pleasure, and neither will wAs Cl,8,618podi.ja1873: our-:UlDgud t eter..tIn bRIt:k .::.'.
it has are ; : "
; wrought full of menace and referred to. the committee on res61n- OfJhal00m.lk ft_ ,
; austcn'was .
M. wool .
Douglas than product wu1ti800,000ponnd; ; 6 ;
Gleaner talk
i as longer ten minutes at any ; ; '
secretary. .
of 'l1enou.c' .
tjv arn\.mirror'gla recently ; peril tions. Mr. Gardner descended from in 1894 it t'
Chairman ,
waa 298O7,384ponods.Ifl ;
Walshmade onetime tha discussion thus being a I rhenmattam "r
Introduced in reflects a very grace.ftil I of .facts establishes beyond and the'delegates ; eiy. rt qsce& .j'
'Tho.logio the chair
Germany, light quiet prevailed, 'f
close 1673 mannfactniea gtOlO2tons; ; 1 'Wtieh-gum me .
of vie AQhIIer
speech thanks for the honor running fight at' range ,Tho ; < 1taT.!1I't -
con : r. .
B )bne 1' jsidefrom; which'. .it, ispractically ferred nppn him. He reviewed tho call. intelligent question that the'deI : adjourned to''the grove to Judges are ex-Solicitor General of the :of pig.iron} 'in 1891 we602pofendv lu\de 7124;''J .l'ortI.tcot-Ica. "_",.'nm-A:_. ,...""
: while from the truction'of silver hear the of Senator "" 1OftIbJ I'S1If 4f- .
opaque, as primary speech Morgan.8enatorrMorganSpeaks. i .
money .1 ; 'o
for.the convention and aid that it had I United States Charles H. Aldrich and ,J:, ,, cta : 1J
: is transparent' is I,by acontpirarj of selfish interests is l" ;;
pro been summoned to Hon Henry Miller. *, -a-_ : .J uhoutipaUQqetabOU .o
represent the wishesof 'DpA4 UI. )4 .
.u this ,>type "of; glass-for tbe people'of Georgia, in reference the canse of the wide-spread prcs-* In. beginning>.his speech *Senator ..The privilege of Jbeing present at T1, To'EbonI.Oo&. .4s !i- eaalD mr far lLaIl&.c.trftd arsmc7.: r. ""t

i iilg. ndo\sn city residences,for, to the question. BO deeply and yita'ly' Mon and fcnffi-ring tbat began with the Morgan aid hat in;accepting'the invitation this momentous contest 'waa' accordedto ,' -' --r t. -t4i"t: -thy fttef"bad feels !. rasa bdJ 1rh e -'t'-. < '_

t : !inot. t'oflgh\vision affecting their interests.' Ho asked why .. gold btan-lard. There can be no. from Georgians discuss the few. There were seats for about 200 To make wood J.8ttch- herrj-,- 'ehatrereclem'thOug1ttWUu1d i"DOV 4 ': I71",' : ,. ...",:Z., _<_

om the ? i.t out- it was that in this great state'this I restoration of prosperity, no perma. 'lSilTer.question be felt at home,'inasmuch persons in the assembly room of the hogany etc., look Jiie ebony, the'following -*vuuu.";.iA>uKa: those oarer.viu.IkrfranMrv-H' .;:/ ..r'd'do

::1ders! from seeing, into:.the r m and year ncnt relief from prevailing' conditions Alabama and Georgia .were directions' fere given' l>ytheBostorf 81kck.J thf1'\f1f lS.JQt 1 i'"' ,
last club but little half ; '
year, although bountiful crops house only a over ntI tberere, lr', _
I nntil tho has been removedI aroed kla tiugeri,1't _
f.c. great cause
allied and the Journal of J minei'ce: imitate ;
'!. ,. :OidlltiuU nad Y*. had been harvested'discontented nnd closely question was that number were present.. '. /'Ta :iyand Ireelysnt$tuttherUk&-; t'

;:Fott Sometimes nee.conjoined. II leat.elderly in- grumbling voices should be beard from a complete restoration of silver to'i mainly afamily trouble; that he came 'Congressman J. 0. Sibley, of Pennsylvania .black ebony, jSret wet the.hlroodt .a VCZDg o1'-.lIQ.r.a&o'U 5ng ,.>. ;<, _

diu.b but exempt seldom from behold innmttles an old man orE the mountains to the, sea.' He attributed i. its proper place as a money metal, as a democrat advocate democratfo a: leader of the free silver with n' solution of':logwood.and:cop- j gnaried 1Ict bold a';.the,WibdlOatUfUJ.aU: '.. ;' ',< ,
> aa InVtwtbjInt equal with gold. boiled .91.tJlttS-.YO t.
these InflrmlUes may be mitlV it fo the drastic' nRncial policy of principles as old and as sound'as the forces in the cast,'occupied a prominent peru, ;together and-laid Whot ;aDd 1 eould.not straigbte m 0ut. 1, '

: *ted i crrat mtanr the day and reg- the administration which has appreciated I "We.Lelieve. in a money of stable national party.: He said he would seat He will remain during the For this purpose tworouncea.of Iogr '_s,'wIdb&Vfs q_ ..them.. .Ji 1. .

''J.a.of'ot.antrhelmate\ Stmb sustaining, the money, bonds and stocks in tho I I I vIlIU'e; belie'vo least of all in an appreciative speak in defense of an act of congress debate unless business engagements wood chipswitlionO and a hall f.ounces the liingtIthQ; 1"t fct t.

-Itldo te .orler, 'which also hands of the capitalists of the country. 1. standard ; it is only throughthe that was approved by George 'WAshington 'prevent. A 'prominent advocate of of copperas to a"quirt of water,will be :,to.Wbrn,110.mp Itb1.foWatt Itd'1J1UrJliaal A1tsnt.t t.IiiIi -i"., _

1 biliousness cet p'wim
I of bimetallism _
K rf dIPI&cnlUpaton. practical opciation in 1792-.for. .the free coinageof required. When the work has 1)co mo
aptd t tho usoT He thought,under a wise, judicious and : the gold standard was A. B. Hum- the tat'O.JD1 r J,t.uIOu1J .",;,
the most delicate and liberal financial system the depression that a stable standard of value can be silver which was re-enacted in 1837, phrey, secretary of the National dry wet the surface; againf'iritbl la.mixture .zeeed'-uotzwofth.1Lytng ,r suffered fioa "

>*-Beauty, devoid of grace. i a'mere hook on all sides would bo dissipated and cured. A. standard constituted and was annihilated.,by John Shermanin League of Republican Clubs.. Others of vinegsi and' :jsteel.filings., This ,.jatd dnpodeneyYeani-Mr.Edward,u M drew*a.totelt lose- ; ._.
Irtthoul the bait money constantly increasing in value 1873. He said. he would not dis- mixture be m de.,dissolving breatfrwbat fB.-1J ,
maY' .
prosperity would return to the people.He present were: W. W. Meagher, of the ; myIeelizlgt,-at .r,1l1rlJQ. \ .
'! "v Dr.'KI'mer's- -Roo' : laughed at the theory of supply "is not a sound, u tingle, nor a stable I 'CU88 what 'money was' good, except in bimetallic league; Lyman J. ..Ga e. two onmcea of steel:ifllinga jni 'on*half .you lifted ten years right cttay U&r ana toft iJme

,.3&- ll Kidney and Bladder curs. and demand, and said it was not overproduction standard, but a constantly changing. the sense of being equal in current referee for Mr. Hon;. Fr d W: Peck pint 6t vinegar. When the| workhaa: .\could'rril tel so':.II4. IIt'tolt ". Y"
betters J alt'
and Consultation
Pamphlet btfttidard. oidau'a'n1Lon1dxag'mjselL
<1- '. Laboratory Binghamton frt. that afflicted the people value in the United States,where otir"legal and A. H. Revell, of Chicago ; L. G. become dry jgain'Bi l1dpaPElrdown'tit : ioftS 1u11.about..of

but underconsumption which "The effect of gold monometalismis tender .laws make equal every Powers, of St. Paul; Dr. S. A. Robinson quite smooth>. Then oil, and:fill; it ,bouw' cnr tre.r o1ri1ritboat-. ..-
was :
$$1t fun 1< good,.truth I etill better and lore to establish one standard for the cred- silver and dollar issued with powdered dropblack"mixed: in .trouble.v,1be.t"JJVl1aelttbuted: J .
;begoz all. greeted with loud applause. Ho dweltat gold, paper by of New York, and Charles A. Serge ; :.
_ _ Edward
: '
itor and another the ,
for debtor and GSen& lcr'
the filter. Work"to :JDe
-' ; tho United States. oebonzOt'shoul4be l ,,t.
) of Chicago. The last three actedas .
v _" some length on the present purchasing {cauae for,rto4eln< Jut wbeD..1QU
: Tle. al" there can be no more dishonest monetary Mr. interesting and smooth;.and freu from: holes : ; : 1eg"
power of the dollar, and said .it Morgan gave an advisers to Mr.: Horr, and sat by : eons14ertti. 1aL'nr'JG1IIft' 'whatmi t t-s
Rjg'Xfae pleasanteffect perfect safety with would buy more of labor arid tho system than that which gives complete history; of silver legislation, his side, taking copious notes while Tho work may receive ;a light coatol. : eiill'hnVut\satbd ay3h.

Hjjwhlch ladles may nee the California liquid lat of labor at this time than it product short measure to the borrower' and and in closing said : Mr. Harveyspoko. quickdrying varnis ;and then be ribbed nlghtsyoiI parentlynearly bEaItby-rnd thAt I ':J ,

":*\Ure't, ," Byrup, of 'YIge,. under all conlitions, could before. ever long measure to the lender. "Tho democratic party is'a safer Mr. Harvey consulted. little with with finely "pulverized pumice Jpqk to ettrarasaat may realIze praJ20.ofrhut"PUk.wbyIma appear t-t-' d'

its- -it, their farorlte remedy. To get the He denied that the convention had Under tho policy prevailing prior guardian of the rights of silver money anybody; He brought with him a stone and linseed. oil- nntil very smooth..., :; These pills qolrtTay nerves Wee that.aW11a.t' .. f.
;rtrue pnd genuine article,look for the Dome of been called by men who wanted office to 1873 there can be no violent changein than any other party, whether republican a great pile of authorities for the pur- .-Exchang' : time depression enrich framing he4a d..at'lh f& .1t 't
blood? ,
T&r .
ay seemed:
the relative value of the two metals t
fejath*CallfomU Fie 8yrnp Co.,printed near the I therefore "
and declared he wanted no office and populist or mugwump. pose of substantiating statements madein no circulation in m"llower Ilznbaear.fJJc'd.
S"bo'.tom: of the package. for a rise in value of one metal counteracted willing to entrust this Fun at No Cost at AIL 'niy'leai being
desired no higher honor.than the :am great his book to.which he frequently told..b4e1&mmtat"Um.et"t
privilege -
I g&jH:,1i)irnatte.01. prudence last thought are of serving his people. He knewof by a decreased' demand, anda question to their keeping and I shall referred. She (about lo. :: leave 'town)}And, brisk Now die MItany c1reulatlou other then 1a \.hllan f 'i.b

&.la mter morality,tnt thoughts. no man connected with the silver fall in value by an increased demand. remain at my post 'under that flag, as A*man with a watch sat near tho George, jon. won't!: lose any -money, 'uzedto. ;& aG.Jt"w.hd p S.ud4Ja1 ;. :

.t, k .DoaUeCbewor moke? movement who was not actuated by tho Under the operation of this benificont I have done for twenty years, in the speakers, and whenever o'ne had spoken playing poker while Tm gone ? -DJ.neryou _A.e-rder JU>at I-frequently Mft_ .t'

[telf iso. it Is only) a question of time when tame high purpose that animated the law a stable relation was maintained senate, and.will do all that is in my eight minutes he would tap loudly on George-Sure noil .:'m, going to while eroesing theUootot rr houze? .
''..bright eyes grow dim, manly step lose urmUee8f men who were present at the birth of between them in spite of the most extreme power for this. the, cause of the peo-. a call bell. This notified tho speaker teach young Jingle*'and.,Freshly. lanel fa COming}am lootb2g'ana raetedett.toiwuto18IIM4 better.IADJ'.., ." .

in Jtof
; and the vigor and changes relative productions.From "
enjoyableow.wIU to P08t .
; the democratic p'.e. that he had two minutes more to conclude play.-AyractwdDepevr ivOrk'. (r--t .
; be destroyed forever. Get a book, party. declared the first period of our historyup J '_ 1 '__. ".- CL.l.J". \4iI
"Don't Tobacco that the otherside his statement. By those stagesof =- .
or Smoke Your was actuated by -
I -
ftJ Spi -
1873 the of the --
to debtor -
Away and learn No-To-Bao.wtth- selfish motives which ho deplored as he choose whether should ten minutes each. the speakers will Highest of all in Leaveithig PircZ-Latet Gt
'out physical or financial risk, cures the to- pay his --
.proceed for eight days, using only the
t bnceo.habit, brings back the vigorous. vitalfly seen waves of fanaticism, waves of I debts in silver or gold coin was always Atlanta Ladles Getting Up a Petition

; that will make you both hhppy. NoTosoldand war and waves of pestilence, but no.,' recognized. The subsequent policy to the Governor. afternoons and resting Sundays. T
*"" guaranteed to by Drug4 that Rules of the Debate. '
cur waves were so destructive to the 'I
n.s Book Ad. I has been to transfer this right to the Several prominent Atlanta ladies are Dr. Homer
Thomas of
elbe tr interests of the president
Etrl people as wavo of
; York City or creditor, thus tending to constantly earnestly working on a petition in behalf the Club
Bel.C and Illinois called the assemblageto
.* Glve.fleIIef.41tseoea.y cupidity avarice now sweeping increase the value of the dearer metal of Mrs. Nobles, who is convioted
; 0.1 the order briefly setting forth tho objects -
over. country. He announced the
-to lie mistaken abut Indilee 1 and destroy the parity between them. of being an accomplice in the killingof of, the' deba He introducedHon. i
F;iionand think there Is'lome convention ready for:business "Believing that it is absolutely her husband and who is now under
BKThe cure is lUpanx Talulc One tabule. gives 1 On motion of Captain Evan Howell .H. G. Miller and'ex-Judsre William -
Ask to reverse this iniquitousand sentence.of death. The recent trialat : -
necessary -
.i.le. aydrugt of Fttlton, a committee resolutionswas A. Vincent, both of Chicago,
.. er @peat In Parker1. Ginger Tenle appointedone from_ each I ruinous policy, we, therefore, resolve Jcffersonvillo was one of the most* who, he said, would be judges and at .
.ti well invested. It and rlns : sensational ever held in the state. ABsowFpvRE :
subdues pain
I the conclusion of the controversy decide ;
digekt'on: ,betttr strength and health.Kipilbe'rt district and two from the statoat "That favor the immediate resto- Tho movement started at the _' ,
.ber _ we was which had the best of tho novel I : .5 .
Burch- West Ohio, : large. The committee' appointed i ration of silver to its former place as suggestion of one of the most promi- debate. .. -.'--00 ,,. .- ...,.,-._- ..- .. :. : .
Toleo. consisted II \.i :
of the
First dis b.: ;t
,fHmll1". Catarrh Cure say. life." Write following: : a full legal tender standard money, -nent ladies in the city and there are on the South. :> ". N.waao.e.nt. . .. ? '.
Ll'.m! Bold by Druggists,75c.BWI trict A, J. Brenner second district : Mr. Miller then read the rules which : 4'; .f" .
fa pUculD ; equal with gold, and the free and unlimited several of them already actively at ._ :. 4/f. ... .i
t I are to It was he said the : l"t '
Clarence Wilson third district S. T. govern. >: t i "
r. ; '
: both .behalf of this It is '?
Alter Dinner. coinagq of silver and goldat work in woman. "
intention of the speakers to deliver The opporinnities'of wa.W'ea.'ue_recorfateilanzech / ".
great our country .
district .
Inner dose of Losley; Henry R. S
After tbf
a "
henrtCt TYl"'sd.IPKP1 the ratio of 16 to 1 and termsof their intention to get the ladies of -:' : u "
upon '
: will remove all nnpleas- Harris; fifth district, A. C. .McCalln; altogether 140,000 words. Of these, ;iare.Jn the eouth. 'The iloodofimmigration : UUOWI I 1'dcW t .

'. .. .nUulnp ;, after dinner drink it is far BU- ; "That while should welcome the and them both to the '
.ierlortoallotlu-rremndies.asit never disap district., Wm. Phillips; eighth district, we petition .present. end of the discussion. This will give this country fbr fifty years':has thejiottest. ..,day :this"sconnirylaw. : J8t.",!<

., points. and leaves an appetite for .n.H.Carlton ninth district H. T. co-operati of other nations we believe governor. each a chance to recapitulate his argument sought th 'weet, the'northwest and the ", .\ : ', .,.- .,. t
j. M L:For sale by Drncgists. Manufactured ; that the\Unlted States should not The ladies have also decided to circulate .:
in 2,500'worls. Three hundred Pacific coast. In theM southern states ,n.ot my.soflrrzce&M thn ;
Si COA8. O. TTKKU, Atlanta, Ga Bell tenth district W. H. Fleming ij;
_ _ ; ; '
and have
:,' -- tlevenlh district T. N. KobirtR. wait upon the pleasure of foreign governments it throughout state words additional will be allowed each we findasnowh.reese in.the country, elah.remember.. .!'Uot!, Tlza- a'aiitIzin-.;?I4); .
f before first
used ) FIUKKD"
-Vfitt OER' or the consent of foreign the men as well as women sign it.
:, ihlkl- ;suffered but little; From the Elate at large: Evan P. contestant as a rejoinder to his adver tho original stock which fought at Cow- one day. .1.e41i. .
rapidElE.JonNaTON,Eufaula, creditors but should themselves The petition to tho governor arguesas "
proceed '
tctejry Aa Howell and Allen Fort. sary's closing argument. Mr. Miller pens and King's roountain, and York- was Jt.9J8.But. -

t". Diadem, Ala. When the resolutions committeewas to reverse the grinding process one of the principal reasons why stated that the whole discussion was I town. The composite of aUra ea which : : Lamecl i.1 andthe. )

it,' Tetlerlne- a most .valuable' remedy and .that is destroying the prosperity of the pardon should be granted, that copyrighted and that while it would I has developed 'tboi"Continent; fio..the otNoah; snori jn'. de.thee.Ji'g: : :

.. / Feller. One of my customcJ.CRIt. W. appointed a motion was made and 4)" >a U rtonnlo _ami__ _nfinnlil_v___ IP_V_a/1_ Viv-J their._V'_ not in the records of Georgia has a b. .;.." 4i. _;.,1..... ..\-.1'a. ..._ ._1. : lakes clear; 'and 'disti go.l''f'
*'o .bad bad carried that tho chairman l"uUI"'V aITvl.& .0 a. l'.u..J L1LUUU great tothel'iOiflohAasetAstand- e : gi h! I.
appoint .
; a very case 83't Hbew a been that the "*
tho nations of the earth. hung '
woman ever ; woman
J'or that lia-I caused him vice for tho state ,example the press, it was the intention of the ard of progress difficult to surpass. 'Tribune.. ; 1 != .: .
.ma league 4
president .
.. not yieM to the Doctor's treat- "That the rights of. the American was driven to desperation by the principals to preserve the debate as They bad the advantage virgin soil -. '_ ._' _I" ,--*:- IrM* .
i jjnenU but two Lxe of Teticrino 11 com- one from each congressional district tho interests of American labor ill treatment of her husband; that she WY.. 1a..I tee Uudre.rniu-L '' :
people, )
and issue it in :
f pletey l cnrrd I have also n in myfamily and two from tho state at private property book and uninhabited regions in which,to ;
large. of her It take hoeof" 4tb .youhaterom.' _
with tame gratifying results. Alonzi and the prosperity of American indus is not iu tho full possession out 0i
form. locate build tHeir Commonwealthsand '
man ror& J.T. The Platform Agreed On. fort artly.a good eicbangr. ._ ,.13O J lrll"'ts. tr.m
L&nt Iy cln tmps try have a higher claim to the consideration mind not meaning that she is insane, found their cities., The' .-'..
The intelligent
__ debate started Mr.
Ga was by
.t a.rlnt.Sannnn. The committee onierolutions she demented .
agreed that
of the people's lawmakers than but was slightly on I
of the southern in
who referred to the author of "Coin'sFinancial patriotism people
OSf; After physicians bad given mo uP. I wnsKSStaved upon the following report: the greed of foreign creditors, or the account of ill treatment and poverty; tbe re"atesiriedl. Discovery t
the last Of has 1tI
by "-IALPH HIEO, WllFitjj School" with quarter a century overcome "
1Imsi'ort,p-M Nov.2 1KI3. "We, the representatives of the avaricious demands made by 'idle holders that it is her first offense; that tho said he read some book severity.He difticulties-which seemed insur- of.the'AgKENNEDYS. ;;; "'4' tt .
a makingso
people of the state of Georgia, who of the capital. The right to regu- records Georgia woud! be stained
monntable. A of the assimilating 1M
misstatements.Mr. recognition ,
t"im'Wlnlow'8'Stbng Syrup for children the bimetallic standard of both' with tho of who met many I ?
favor late its own monetary system in the name a woman
f .sflens ur".reduce inflauima- in his statement and elevating of education .
tion, ,cures wind colic. 25c.a bottle gold and silver, in convention assembled interest of its own people is a right death on the gallows. Harvey, opening power ; :'
raJs pin has created the New South with
contented himself with ovf
a'presentation dic l :oiS
and tho sentiments -
?mi indorse adopt as which free can barter If
no government ,
afflicted wil h for .nse Dr.Isaac Thor p of his plan of campaign and its hospitable invitation and boundless :
e1I at25c lx> of tho convention the following surrender. This reserved Y'l.i "
tier rightis
_. )p'ErewRtfr.Dnln.r"t. sell or YOUNG MATRICIDES. told'what he would prove. resources. The 'yoiing Jmen of: :'the .H p : _
4 ---- -- ----- nnd resolutions adopted .
by bond of .
preamble of contract -- I'DONALD
a part every every
south have calltb-tempt fortune in -
Mr. Horr wanted to know the no
1A Good Appetite the Memphis bimetallic convention, on and of obligation. No cred- Horrible and Revolting Crime En- why ; UUEOTOF R3BUYIMAL11' tI
every .
of citizens had been the crowded citie of the"north or..the .
names prominent : - -
the 13th of June .1895 acted Two Boys In London. ..
lay : itor or claimant can set up a right that by -
At -
east. thei doors and within their
fId e healthy condition of the system "Whereas, Silver and gold coin have can take precedence over a nation's A cablegram from London says: used in Mr. Harvey's bOok, and words : oe1ed'o .ofonreommoal., :. f
into their mouths that had own states are their missions and their that fc' !
put es'esry'
they weedi remedy
1antho lack of It show that the stomachdv I partaw a
constituted the of
in all ages money obligations to promote the welfare of When the chief"toward of the national
and debill- never used, to which Mr. Harvey replied carces.Cftauncey.Jf..D. .pew.. ,kind of Homor,from,tho 1w o 8cxo:1r:.
weak ,
i organs a the world, were tho money of the, the masses of its own people. This is a steamship France, now on his way to ." to .t .- -
down common plmp
his book a
: 'Hod's Sarsaparilla has wonderful fathers of tho republic, tho money of debt higher and more binding than all New York on board that vessel, the fact that was simply little an allegoryand Making. Himself UsefuL He bu Wed It ba over eYesund2e4 ,.. \;

:Pwe!t tone and strengthen these organs history and of tho cotl titution. other debts and one which is not only reaches the United States, he will receive a boy was put casea and never falted exceptboththnMerbnmr'clle latW' >_-.

4 tand to create a:app3t& By doing this I "The universal experience of man- dishonest, but treasonable to ignore. terrible news. His sons, Robert in as teacher ought to be enough to ( ; :;aa*'uow.iaf: ,Ajj1Hi

|;3tores the body to health and prevents at- kind has demonstrated that the joint "Under the financial policy that now Coombs, 13 years old, and Nathaniel prove to any sensible person that this A woman residingin a flat ordered apieoa ,his poesewtoa over:two., hundred eerti*

W}ticks'of disease. Remember'Hood's uso of both silver and gold coin as prevails we see the land filled with idle Coombs, 11 years old, murdered their was so. of ice from the grocery. The of Its value,all within twenty; mflef; I"catel
Then'the speakers plunged at once of Boston, Send postal.eard> for bOk.J
ttihlo youth who brought was German
money constitute tho most and discontented workingmen and an mother at Piaisto, an eastern suburb
; Sarsaparilla into the thick of the fight. The argument He it tho dumb Baiter in the A benefit ia always eZdanIZOmt1WW. ,
standard of value and that the full over-growing of tramps, men of London on July 8th. The boys put on

.rj.riiiheonly: true blood purifier prominently. amount of both metals is necessary as whom lack of army work and opportunityhave stabbed her while, she was asleep and and both at' all speakers times was had 'very hard spirited work to; basement to be hoisted up 4. She pulled 1m.when bottle the right anI quantity perfect sure is takba.7 laws r t..l" 4.

ii.bfol public eyo today. a medium of exchange. made outcasts and beggars. At kept the body for nine days in the their away. .M f When the lungs ar& aflactcd ..,t1'

i p "Tho demonetization of either of the other end we find that a few house in which the crime was discov- preserve tempers. "Gracious 1" she'exclaimed.'Hoir '. 1ngthrough :palMr.Utt._:need1esX; -o.,

r 1;; 8, hiS '.mlv eatr.cUnnerplUand(thlr' 2cts these historic metals means an appreciation thousand families own one-half. the ered. The two" boys were playing heavy this ice is L The "grocer must them1thefume.1r1tb h1iver, 1" ,- 0:

|.tA51YOURDRUG01ST FOR in tho value of money, a fall in wealth of the country. cards when arrested. Tho only reason TUB LONG FIGHT ENDED. have given me good.weight." or Bowels,.Tata b eausrt.byCther .

{ : th) prices of commodities, a diminution "The centralization of wealth has given by the lads for their crime is -- By great exertion she succeeded in .being stopped,and always disappear*in "i
And the Mergenthaler Company Gets the dumb'.waiter: To her week after taking 1L! B ad the tabeL; _;"_ ,
of of legitimate business, that Mrs. Coomb tho getting pp. ,
profits gone hand in hand with the spread of whipped young- is fool bilious
the Patents.A If the stomach ,orJ It.dl.h
a continued increase in the burden of poverty., The pauper and the pluto- est. _ _ astonishment shefo 1d the boy seatedon cause sqaeamtea'feellags at flrst S. :.x1.i fHo

debts, a withdrawal of money from thq crat are twin children of the same vicious WILL SHUT DOWN deal of great magnitude was complied the ico. With what breath* she had 1 change ordJec'ever nery', lathe $:., 1 t

JmE\Lt channels of trade and industry whereit and unholy system. The situation -- at Detroit, Mich., when Don M. left she demanded:; best you can get, an*..enoogliof VL*

no longer yields a safe and sure return is full of menace to tho liberties Unless the Striking Weavers Returnto Dickinson, representing the Mergen- "What did you moke eme pull yon up Dose, one tablespoonful la\water at,bed ;' J

I and its idle accumulation in tho of the people and the life of the re Work at Present Wages. thaler Linotype Company, paid to here for?"" _ centers of Colonel Frank J. Hcckcr in one "Why, replied the oor. "I thoughtthe ---- : :
and the
banks great money public. The issue is enfranchisement The issue in the fight between the :
-I 'THE BEST *, the country. or hopeless servitude. Whatever the manufacturers and their check, the turn of $415,000, which cake would* bo.too heavy,for yon to >IEAT OPPORTUNITIES "Ii"
.P Philadelphia Tn ala.'I' Uae voododtit IIlth Li
00 1'
the all eel *
is health soundness ina gave to Mergenthaler people lift, so came up to help you off.with
"There no or power of.money can do by debaucheryand is' fy ilina tbl..n.tlllnpolaW.>bm.1iMiTb .
striking ingrain carpet weavers, title and interest of : world wIIbo tk-W.h.'e.rvnxit t, -
rights, every name it. -Shoe and Leaiher, Reporter rtriliiwl
financial unutr which a maintain its _. 1
system to
clearly .
FO '
dollar is of increase now and nature in the patents in the machine p'n ..funeg tbe_tbt' f Koofot-t..i 0.Sal/ aIMS:' o2iv.inh.r. .
hoarded productive the will be done. .
power '
refused the proposition of the manu- ,0 1f hewok. -riit73zPr BLA.-.ths:7 ,J..Y'io-
FORINVALIDS to its POs8'ES'Jr, while an invested We therefore appeal to the plain of the Rogers Typograph ..Com c..h.aiaUrHt....boo we the RI.rlJet.1 "
( facturers to continue work at the present "r.Jst".O. 8t1-'f
Eo BdJt ,
dollar yields a constantly diminishing of the land with perfect confidencein rate of until December pany. This deal ends a long and 0011 elv..J.P wl..v;l'k..U .h...,0pIt".J.1"r-'j j. CI
: wages bard-fought legal battle, which lasted dun hH"dS tlettd for to I'GrI't1atiow. .OtT1I.' '
return and under their patriotism and intelligence to let when the asked for in- I fl V.'TF.IC t'UUI.-.INU.- IiflI'Pi N. \
made the actions of for many years. This deal will have Nuala.C.C. t.I r!! : ., jJ
fortunes are by arouse themselves to a full sense of the :08 ;
JOHN CARLE & SONS New York. fall crease of 7J per cent would be granted no effect on the users of The Rogers I, TT : ':'- : .. %
idle capital or by a persistent peril that confronts them and defend I
and the manufacturers are equally
machines. All the indebtedness of the -
< in the prices of commoditiesand the citadel of their liberties with a vig- determined not' to accede to the demand TY8EE4
: :Notice to Mill Men a persistent dwindling in the ilance that shall neither slumber nor for an increase at once. Thomas the Rogers company, and the will stockholders be paid out will of _,'.\' HOTELTYBKIS

margin of profits in almost every sleep. Bromley, Jr., secretary of the man- money ,. fOld :i' isLAtNl'GA, ; : ;:
,, :A4 fu-mon owning small power: Tlin. fineit and of useful industry. Sucha "Resolved further That public office receive the balance, amounting to ".. I.2tilS y *MI'9I.,* .,*..> 4: :
._..taw Mill in e utence ,. w manatf1kter1ldbUh. ufacturers' committee, said that if "Winkie TbU BoWl I. t e 0 ?
Rip Van went Into the"Catskill '
U..ClAC:1I ,tllI.I, .'."' ( O., sloth and about 10 cents on the dollar. up fp-rwliden rfn*.'U f*bV.hw c ip|"to fMt tt tJaao 3j.;l>$*53jeHeum
.31'ttl.a.'ft.. A"...".Ianln. Hn. Tok lirs'ns.atWorId'.FairstChici.go. system is a premium on a is a public trust; and that the use the men did not return to work ,mountains to'take a little nap 0(' the.an"..<*i{.,.A..sIPI.I4.OT l>lr'W SS: *
All toil:8IIo frcun4 h. penalty upon industry, and inch a of public! patronage for the purpose of aft present the manufacturers twenty years or eoran4 when be wakened, .flah.. for h.,000S0Otfl7.h>._ .LO. L'III"loir&rate-*ooin thi*vtii s-**.' >>\= ?
,. lSeod'M wages
.4 : a.tI I&rgI. PrlC reduced., SIXTY-SIX IAJORI rYe he found that the "cruel war was over/ dne06M eo prie-(, ,
abowl..c n.. tmprovemst4 allO. of'rt.ahle pystrm is that whch tho criminal leg- molding public sentiment in the intar- would shut their mills down. riWfor Siec.m& $ Ir r.
i"'II' Water Wheels.r the monthly magazines bad "fought'itover" t.noeot* flOIIANCtfW.t :
; $14.BIing a.euo1 uppl 0*. isatiou! of 1873 has imposed upon this est of plutocracy tends to sap and destroy ..
\ &batIDC and all klndolo' null Prohibitionists Successful Spald- the second time and "blown ap" ..: ;
are : 1
,. the rights and liberties of the all The officers that had participated in. ft.:1 Cs 3b q.i"47i'v: ,

I1nOTEL CUMBERLAND "1'he bimetallic: standard of i-ilver masse UNIONS COMBINE.Federation IngCounty. This much is history 'and if is also an hit 'I .. -: .' : ., .' 9 $-'lI'3'c ,
it the -- The returns of tho prohibition elec- lorical fad that it took the same length of "' .
behind experience it is to
has "Whereas organize '
and g'l important la Texas Allies Itself With time for Dr. Piene'*.UOIdel Medical Dis- udtneM .
$| Cumberland Island, en.ti has been tested and enforce in state the tion in Spalding county as
atul to ..
of njo: < np- one the Farmers' Alliance. covery to become the moft celebrated as '. Y-t. ." "I,
JlMMl eon beach In Ibe Sjnth Fibbing nneice'ladi proved by the enlightened and delib- I declaration of principles announced in areas fallows: Votes polled 1,288 ; it is the most effective,:Liver; Blood and '...D 't., J- .
| > tin eobiiBrat. Street cars trte to the botch.ypMha The state federation of labor, the for tho sale 611 against 677 giving of the'age. In purifying the / .tSobC
Moch ml fleet of row-bout*. Splendid .rule judgment of mankind. The gold these resolutions; therefore ; Lung Remedy 1 of ahcn, d"-&l. 1'
tlmnr Appointment*. Ampin cecmmoa tlon8 fur W lur.l.is departure from ito cetHl "Resolved That call the federated trades of Texas and the statefarmers' a majority of 66 to the prohibitionists.The blood and in a11-'manau..0l' 'pimple, .."- '.tCQ1M1'. UAJ'.1 J1 .I.'t,;. \
a we
tun upon "
and. skin
blotches eruptions ana flOlll
AitnU 4
"iniMU. Grand orchmtra! Marc mo-tunj and eren- alliance have amalgamated to X.t.it IIonk1 U1d.
5 closest r
se: to'. ratmLrlcE Iibhcd policy of tho civilized world people of this state to organize in every election was the ever scalp diseases,scrofulous cores and swellings ( ferine_ ahi0 fwrv.eo care-n.e" _I:'.,'- .,
romend it but twen district with the all intents and purposes and a joint held in Spalding codnty, and the result and kindred .ailments, the. "Golden -e .4. 1Iea..1Gr. hmJi.o.uyn1orM1"ca..- J'a
and militia
Proprietor to
T.. SIIACKELFOIM), with nothing c county ,-' &e3f\Jcliollap. C.-K.UKt pad I.*eitnt&. :. .
call has been issued for a meeting of sidt The Medical Discovery.-manifests the. most ;,v;;( 'n
to .
___ 8. .
$ : and disaster was a surprise ,'
of in .. .
view '
ty.t we years depnssion object to secure representatives curative rties. v __. .; ".
the three positive ,
1 i I state and national who will! organizations at Lampasas wets were over confident, and the drrs .prop : 7'u. -.o '- i:4..Thi1t7'D.The ./
L HARUALSAM and extraordinary accumulation -
io the people Springs. TeL. T esdav. August 30.
worked like beavers.If .
1 Clean... and beuttflel the bin IPrninoei of wealth in tho hands ofa favor these principles, and who will in )
S hixuritut 1owth. I faith them without the election stands the barroomswill ? .. '1 "
good out i
,' .4t Zev.r PailS to YOUthU nesLore! Coor.Ory few. carry Encouraging Railroads.By close oh the 1st of January, and .
L flair to ft. straddling or evasion. :
"There are some facts bearing upon any '
almost unanimous Tote the One Crop System )
and admitted "And to this end the chairman an under the terms of a special law for -;>

'his' question recognized this convention shall appoint 'a vice city of Knoxville and Knox county, the county, another,election .on this '- ? .' > & -: -
by alt cindid men, whether advocate Tenn. voted to transfer its r' offaingduy'Exhitisisth land unless Frt1liiercontaninga Thigh
from each $50,000 question cannot .be had.for four years. a .- a .

of bimetallism. Among or of these the is single the'goldtantJ"r.l. fact president, with two from congressional.eliBtrict. the state at large,-. 'worth of stock in the XnoxTiUeand Ther_.is ''a great deal of determined .' I per eoUjee of'Potash is used. Better aops, abetter t.and a .Y.: :

Ohio road to the'promoting fund of feeling over the 'I.Aohintar .i larger'>vrntr'ir->MiTifVS i- then *A i. : >
.- subject ratification of this .e only be expected .
I .}1\t'tbe very'yur .that marked, the len' Colonel Albert E., Black Dia-, ; -k. v ij :

_ -_ change from the bimetall'p to the sin. tion.: Each vice president shall see,to .mond r ad",to be built Bpone'a from i Jellico)to ; : ..Increase.The It Wuic.fF ur 'filuTners 'GHide.142-page: illustrated book Jtis sfi* !

gold! standard is'.the very.year r that the organization of bimetallic"clubs' in Port 8"O. :via Knmille..The iDooaldaon bnntjull pfu fulinfonnatjoaibr fijmcrs. It wSj.teSebt free.and'w.rr. f
acid Royal, :, : Lion'Company -oiEmatts .
each county in this state '. each ,
marked thechangefrom' a conditionof ,, < 'ejt.T also.Yoted.ajiesnm to' the same .Pa. 'hu'TOJn 'increased : 'will uiakcn4sajc you mo. 'AddtCf, : -:.:
)Jarieploflu. general county shall see to the organization ofmilitiadistrictsand < .- .' :>,'.' ; .:''
rising pric wards of their.r o' ,Company to promote the',fund,of,,:tie. the wages of.ite 400 employes 10:per ".: J--v: ;.1'" :.C 1-- '..CElOCalf \ NUUt5t ,Yc /

oukr contentment arfd great prosperitylto aoou'ditidn .. Belt Liit.''around; .tb?.city.of Kn.ox-. .. cftt the iBcrcas 'tpgp into-effect: c-.." ,'... .t"', .. <"'__'.''. 'r'L'V. '. ., ..1t'
: conotiei and citIeLflc.1c1ttlelti
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____ _. : 14 $.* 3rfr rupaDAJ.o;>:aeunotte C

I ; cBTTEM8 i yisi_ ';;'.|f *% w J4t th&% ? pai&by '*rceent. -j'tt"--- vpan3 -:' -nciaf.-' "coudEtha-- : ; > afe':- 2?' ft! SICK HEADACHE Z r '; ; :ANn'-: "II -d _

_ _. F ,!,, ttariWnnH nnn>dB"B? > tet&u %- the empaiyontbe uiItorms;( :cj i"' '* *- -r --s- r; 'Z'.J -*- ; Jtion -, ', __ ..' ._ .'4.i.. I .' I'- ..' _
1 -jfijv T.sr. if rT"Tw *j* r"._, | ;A : e : toconei .AIvares'*<-*'***,******* *?* *" ?**'*' IGOO* 4 4 -' _

_______ I : w'<4 i .y i':| spi :J15 Vtle ,Tuiti y. 00Hoinan torpid liyerconstipation
,i :; :: A tuiieo '* "" vi'v i.' ; **{%' 'i* *> **-; Broa ........ rURISHINUt
-t--I atthe Palatfca' encampment and>tbe xiues N. w. 1facett... ',,.._ ;. ,. : 1000 i:dll bilidse G ENTS' -:- .
-- that IJave slpceiii-n pnid Dto the generalconipsnj' J. 14 OOSkIflS ... ; 1O 00F.
II" t.'PoMee at *.s y weM iiQgjprodpJljalf & Stebbin ,... 00 ? -
.. fund giving the; members: whojciwctt TA: Knight 10410 : ___
L1I JoWiO ftf mi ;vu foraja1ip&.J ........ .. .1000 _
ih :thia county a i vPalatka: credit on tLejr; dues J.M. Alrarez.. T.1 iH Vki....... 'W 00a Pefoe o1J_ Bir.. _
i : for the amount allowed them.. This will B.-Bixeiow."i.. ; ?rt-.i!ti >;,..i\; s ooJ. /** "&%
.- *:; JitI 26F1D5if. ; : nerj.Worthington ?Sf>rings, died A;Pringle.....'...;.. '.tWsKr.-V:;.".... 5 Doat Tobacco Spit _
_ rcentlyneariayIor Ga.i where he left the company.in debt to, the ,quarter W. Walters....;,....... ...?.....'.... .... 1 (X
: _-::_ -:;- __'__ Ti.i.; master sergeant, and the balance left over & B. Denmark...... ; .......i.*.......... 6 00 ;Or smoke your life away is the truthful, Price and duality will Please Y6uj
;: j [for ..the past, few W.T.' Weeks........,' s..- .......:.... 5 00
tbeznkcung of warf and bis VetnainVwere brought from the Tallahassee encampment was T.W.Bweat.................;.*............ 5 00 'startling title of a book about No-To-Dac; .
_ '
; ; 'nd everyoze backto, .his old Jioine for burial by used to liquidate his and other claims, as 3.M.'ML V. Byrd Hale..2........... .. .%.. .......:. 2 89 00 the] harmless, guaranteed Tobacco habit _
: Mv* : b shown by Lieutenant Husband's state- T.J.Dekle-, .:. ......: .'.....?.; 20 Cure that braces up nlcotlnized. nerve?,
Bl3&i etion> %: '. tft 'toS t' P L,*. j 4t '-' large family and connection and a meat. C.BEnsey............... ..'..'..'.. .... 1 CO eliminates the nicotine poison, makes' J.

b ._. .U .'.. .. tA boat1. of! fnends tp mourn, his death, The company now .out of debt and Jos.B.J.P'armer.-Eckert................................-,1000 300 weak men gain strength, Vigor and man ,

,.. as h6 was loved ,and respected by has a cash/balance! on hand of $10.SO. A. Bailey ...... .................. ........... 300 hood. 'You'run no physical or financial StarJe -' ___
-Lt cre&ted Jy the ; M.L. Johns& Co...... ............ ..... 500 '
of' J ugbcrtyiiaA1ex. all who knew: hint The,fact that the boys donot receive J.D.Alderman.................... *. ;,; S 00 risk, as No-To-Bac is sold by J. L. Qas-

r4 an4er b &1ready eubsided but it is ( :Jtfwis: Donie Bichardrof btarke, pay for the Tallahasse encampment is due J.W.Morgan.-W. W. McDonald.............,............ 5 100 00 k ins under guarantee to, cure money 1. .

-. ...- : rI r. fpent several days in Lake Butler entirely) the non-paymeat of monthly P.R. Morgan............;.............. .. 50 refunded. Book Free. Address Sterling
i.' A. Floreus ............. 1 00 .
.umeutheyaro: etifl.' awrng visiting friends. dues. Many members of the company Richard & Pace ..... ..?................... 15 00 Remedy Co., New York or Chicago. '.!

; qrnetway; -I Dr.iAHthony spent Thursday at still owe large balances and .so long as O.J.8.C.Grlner Sanderson..........,..............-..;.;......;. 200 1 OC For sale by J. L. Gaskins. _

_ rhas&n AVortbington Spnqgs. The doctor this b the case it will bo' necessary to Tison, Rimes &. Co:........... ..... ... .. 5W
L. Colvln.......... IOC There is great danger in neglecting col
lU has confidence in the
; great efficacy convert the pay-roll funds into a Erosophian Club...:.........r. .... -281 cholera and similar complaints. An
;_ of the and whenever J. v. jllBPc ,
_ !: ceag Over lad sulphur water, fund for the payment of current expenses. AUWS
\reU."J'IIIJ""II"IIIII! HO and safe is found
prompt cure
-' r !:, ottori$1 king,good he has leisure: he runs out to the: But on the other hand if the members C. L. teefc ......................... ... 500 .
f Spring* to recuperate. will fnkft Wv k. Hoffman........................... 7 0 in De Witt's Colic and Cholera cure.Starke 1i A. ..-, _
](K>k1 *|ol |vjien theikiftg'aQd n nntivi IntprAdt. in Ihn nffnlrnof T.. E. Futch................................ 1 00 Co. -
_ .4 ; Another negro convict made his the organization, Company B. car; W.E.Davis.......... ..... .............. 100 Drug 13 I BJSTFAE# is the whob stay '
; marketing beffins... from Frazier's S tlrs. Mitchell ............................. 60 I _
Z;:! % :JiA1; .; r i ** i _. __i ereape camps on soon be placed in the pink of condL'Jon U.D.Mlner....... ................... ... 100C. SAVANNAH, GA., m'-" marks fllttIootrsdi ami labels.* j'I abou Z' *? W* _
'. 1.F I. jtTuesday morning. Ho got the both J. Husband............................ 1 00O. :
_ f 41rEE: je.coants.of .IncreMee In wage tart of Mr. Stewart and hh as regards finance and drilling. P. Cason.......,........................ IOC Office of McDoNouou & BALLAKTTKB.MESSRS. .
dogs The citizens of Starke and o? Bradford J. R.Alvarez..1 00 ] LIPPJIAK BROS., Savannah Go.GENTLESIKN _
I feqaent1y our, n the daily about three hours. After E.- 00
Ii-_, t s 1 running county who contributed liberally to the S.A.Todd... .. ............. ........ 500 :-I beg to add my testimonial -
'. bigh; endosernenLs ofd..1 about ten.miles the dogs were over uniform fund have J. Crawshaw,Jr....................... .. 1000S. ARftfi3
-- .. come by heat- and failed to bring reason to expect that H.' Bailey............................... 600 of the great virtues of P. P. P. 1 _
r1 aduiirnstration, and President the members of tbfc, will do J.P.McCulley....... .... ........ ...... 1000 h.A.Thher aye suffered for years with rheumatism
_ __ I .. -- their game to bay. company F. ... ........................... E 001C. _
tlt 4 uevelaziJIs rapidly regaining his their part toward making it one of the Pettls., 200 and could get no relief from any source.
____ I best J.B.McCulloy.,....................... .. 200 I 3e *fr30'0c' tflO' flWC( than otb rPacl3eo .co nfide eoftbe na In'olden days gourmet,.meant a judge military organizations in the slate, T.J.Burrln. ... ...... ...... ......... 200 I: look a couple of courses of your P. P. &w _
dl floor
: of: wine and gourmand of Today and they should not be disappointed. John A. King.............................. 5 00 P. and it has cured me entirely. I mpsticartily anhreraJlyadcnowkd cdparestlndcvorlJ,
:; : eating.
.__ I Helbereer& Richard ..................... 1000 I
______ AL &P &p the former is an epicure in both, and Let VKliave more life Company_ B. :. W. Burroughs......................... 2 00 recommend it to all sufferers. iae only by CHURCH & CO.,Rev York. Sold bjr grocers eroTvLcre.. _

4ut.no delicate in lute; the latter U a glutton' in WICHITA FALLS TEXAS.1ROPMETOR3 Total................ .... .............S3G365Pd. Yours truly, Writs tor Asm and Hammer 1ook'.f ; .
IfrtJienbfm iBoidford- ': "' both, and vulgar in taste. 'The days of Jacob Reed's Sons for uniforms T. .BALLANTYKK, '
..;.4, P.gk&jLtov \;. ,-, Oar- 'farmers. : P. P. P. : ........................... $715 00Am't Ot McDonough & Ballaotyne.2fr .
; famous eating are over. We Americans ... ..
: L Jearned how live It becomes subscription list .. .$363 GoBaLpd.
aonfftiwuoe to at [ duty to add testimonial -
my my
.. area .race of dyspeptics and the by assessment..;........ 35135
: : nienil: board at the awe place1.liroighTindustry most to the wonderful curative properties WINTER PARK,FLA. A school of the Ou&*&
valuable: thing which the average American $715 CO $715 00 eat grade ladies and
icr gentlemen. FAUR' .
of P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and ROLLINS COLLEGEBI6
and Jot. 1,1893. Seven
opens departments
eurnomy cau on today is a box of Hamon'sTonic ;
Potassium.) Some years ago I bruised L f legiate. Academic, Preparatory.Sob ?rse. .:
- WhaVO alreadv'recovered dfri Ia Liter Pills, the great remedy for LI ESCAHPMENT EXPEX8BS OF CO. "fi" FOB 1895. atory. Music Art and Physical Culture. Six buildings.. Location beautiful and bealthtui. so. 'J
biliousness. 25 eta. a box at'Btake Drug Algero. baker..... -(6 00
little scratch the place began to enlarge Arthur Ledock, balcer.... ..... 579E. '
_ I __- (.1L,,drug siore- trial dtisetee.VkOflO4YIflCOUgy until it was as large as the palm of B. Wallace, butcher... ... 29 00
____ A' W. icti of T. McGlynn & Co..lumber...... 7 60 O3ST- ., _
_ Affairs. band, discharging pus, exposing part of r rI Robert Gamble, lea ....... .. 200 PROFITS _

b. % hairman'. o the Editor Advocate: the bone. I: called to Bee physicians, andthey lI Transportation Interest on borrowed for two money cooks.,J.,.' 13 80 50 1 Small Investments.

committee on. nrol4ed bdlsb pronounced it as a fever sore, and I Truby, Sternburg& Co., gro..... 50. 30A
_ Please allow me in Withers head cook... .. ... 800
: ; iiOTIneCt.IOD 'with the space your incurable. It became so painful and,, R.Oilvercook.............:...... 3 60 Returning prosperity will make many rich, but nowhere can they make so much withia
,.' 1 .. 4 I i. -, paper, to express my v ewsf swollen that I tried for Andrews & Middlet on,'dray age.. 3 25 short time as by successful Speculation in Grain. Provisions and Stock. -.
'. .: ,flL. .!IL recent !\\ regard.to economy in our county so badly bandage Sergt. J.M. Henderson, services
.I relief until I secured .a rubber encampment ISiU aud 1895.... 20 00
supporter FOB BACH DOLLAR INVESTED can be made by eRr.
ftffairs. ; ....
_ o1thetT11COl rGentlemen Expenses of advance guard 20 00
and fellowcitizenson After securing the supporter for temporary Mrs. Witkovskl, meals for Lake $10,1
) dGbed to itcept his Butler and Hampton Squads. 11 40 $ystematicZlan of'peution'
% plana relief. I began to use internal remedies *
_ ; aud all, we. baye to look well to pF Freight groceries............ 213R.C. -5"?
an4 the fuse -and trying several different kinds without any Heiberger. bal. on note.... 2915 T
LtM1 grd
_ flurry our financial condition., It is time apparent relief. I resolved to try P. P. R. C. Heiberger, lunch for Co..'.. 4 60 originated by us. All successful speculators operate on a regular system.
_ I... .jl bbeenaeioh i the inter." for reformation, and reform in our P., which I did. After using one boUt t Incidental expenses ...... ... 11 60-$243 81 It is a well-known fact that there are thousands men'In an parts of the United State*Wfcv'by .
systematic through Chicago broken, make
large amounts ,
year ran ing from
.. every a :
; : the the result was such I continued until the By am't rec'd from pay roIl. $279 11 few thousand dollars for the who invests _
;j\o1ifionvofTrbrda'fo! ''the'tiUe]: of th.eVAJH county, especially'jn courts.IfJhe By am'trec'd from J.M. Hender man a hundred or two hundred dollar op to$ 0,000 M} .
x.. !,I..MT.- v fC--. ..v'vi- .. #1." ; ; offcers of-; The state 'andcounty sixth bottle was used, when my rubber son ............... ............. 46028361Bal. $100,000 It is or more by those who invest a few thousand. X--* '' .
M i a t mpest J in a tespo"' ''Nt supporter was not further required as also a fact that those wh make the largest profits from comparatively small loveotmamta:
-:4 PIULO3kPOWS w511.be. careful, we heed not the sore was completely healed and swell from encampment 40 80; **X P.Sea,Qtaattxttomte,Kan understand on this plan srstematic are persona trading.who live- away from Chicago and Invest through brokers who taoroatttr?sS: %.

: McLerara. I assess one. cent\for criminal proeecution. log entirely gone. I therefore take, pleasure Pd.itor's J. M. Henderson ending bal.June on jan 16 wife of the editor of The Graphic the leading Our plan does not risk the whole amount inceted on any trdo, but covers both sides,.o that

.; t' &' 111 9Y liim. aph'e pf doirl ; Tliero is' no' use levying a in saying to the public generally that 95....fee. ;.year. ..... .... .........,. 2500 local paper of Miami county, writes w hetiwr the niarket rises or falls it brings a Stea.1Y pofit that piles up enormously In&short Um. '
CONVINCING alaoour Manual
::::' bomcialceapity, one:mill! tax for criminal prosecution it is my belief from actual experience, Pd. Andrews & to Ulddleton con "x s sir zs' troubled with heart disease and our Daily Market Report, full of money-matdag, pointers. ALL, FREE.on ucceafnJ* Our apecisjIo.aflI x-. -. "
that the of P. P. P. if veying troops Hampton to for years, severe palpitations, short
k use properly persisted plains margin trading fully. Highest references in regard to our standing and success. .- '
if Private I). Cook's funeral... 5 00Bal.
will J. 0083
.._____Lc .__;_:, -. our oncers oo careful. in, will cure any case of impure ness of breath, together with such extreme For further information addressTHOMAS ,

F ,"; : ouM4uED CONDITIONS. Take for instance. Georgia and Alabama blood or blood poisoning. in treasury............. $1080 nervousness, that, at times I would

( fl : ; they do. not assess one cent Respectfully, Dues outstand'g and uncollectej 150 00) walk the floor nearly all night. Wo : '& CO., Bankers an Brokers
; the Leeaburger, for criminal prosecution. Why PnoF. B. F. lliCKKY, Postmaster, Respectfully submitted. consulted the best medical talent ,
,. .qite4byc COLAd ian-E. .Jordan; shouldwe not do the same thing? Wichita Falls. Texas. Attest: Chm. Com. Ways and Means. They said there teas no hetpfor met 241-242 Rlalto Building, CHICAGO, ILL. 1i
tlh' SJL. that I bad organic disease of the heart for '
J. R. DAVIS, Sec. and Treas.
cucl everybody-blue.who dared lo do officers of I the knew Pro -.L
Why not the the undersigned !. Rickeyat i which' there was no remedy. I had'read

__ __ __ ojtf'QW the re-electioifof Wilkinson county run their courts as I do'miue? the time he commenced take P. P.- Cure for Headache. your advertisement In The Graphic and PBOFE8S1ONAL, ETn ('. .
CiUi SeoaiorCVI how reputed P. for his sore leg and I did not think reeort'tried _._,. '
last _
): L idefyany.no to show mewhere ayearago.as a one bottle of -- -__- JU ,
As a remedy for all forms of Headache .
__3&T.: iS,i the;;father of the.,"rcform"! ray! courts have cost Bradford county cure from the possible.start and I must noticed say his the progress remarkable Electric Bitters has proved to be the very pr Dr.which BLilesf convinced Sew Cure that for there the Heart, VIA E L. STEWART, M. P.;, -

/ i; iottcntinFl 1! !?' rda-a' d Col.' .Jor.! one dollar for criminal cure P. P. P. brought about wa S roe was true
prosecution. best. It effects and I took ,
*' a permanent cure merit in it. 1 three bottles each of the PHYSICIAN AND SURGE
-4' jg.t ii:foui/As tbe editorof-the Gainesville :believe making the fellow. something marvelous.R. the most dreaded habitual sick headaches Heart Cure and Restorative Nervine and "fl.

p ,|V >Leteli is belaboring the /'reform", that does the fighting pay for it. .Wichita TATMAN, druggist, yield to its influence. We urge all who It completely cured me. I sleep Office With Stance Drug Co., :
Falls. Texas.
t1ospslwb at ever turn. Vhat I do. not believe in taxing every ate iifilicted to procure a bottle, and give well at night my heart beats regularly and JACKSONVILLE STARKE, :- .

has\wme over the sjtrn of your nineteen, men 'For eyery twentiethmaq's The teeth should not be forgotten. The this remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual I have no more smothering pclL). I Wish ni POWELL, 1L D. "
constipation Electric Bitters to say to all who are'eafferics as I did; ,
brother Jordan-Suirko ; cures by
,4ruam1, Qght Wo must economize value .15s #
of teeth cannot be overestimated. and
good >
there's relief untold for them If will
giving the needed tonic to the bowels, they
..vTuL1cdLi'u: i in finance*, for it is at home now. Dental work done before OFFICE AT J. L.'GASKETS. DRW ST0BZ.
_ : properly and few cases long resist the use of this only give your remedies Just one trial. theJ0T2& T3
_ t_ : L"oiir y arii ago the ."reform"t I understand that, the $800 we received it is too late spires one a great deal of mciiidne. Try it ouce. it&rge bottles Dr. Miles Heart Cure is sold on a positlvo Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty' s*

.niiwcz ;bad,.not startedi'llraes] from the, state is about gone. pain and will often preserve the teeth for Filly cents at Starke Drug" Jo's.," and 1 Ml guarantee druggists that sell the 1$first at$1 bottle, 0 bottles trill for$3 benefit.or Thirty Years' Experience.' -' .-.'.

) men change, new -ideas andnewpoliciea I: am continuously putting money a life time. Long practice in dentistry, Johu A. King, Lake Duller, Fla. 2 it will be sent, prepaid,' on receipt of price STARKE, FLA.
k KL
originate a Ha Hieinfiior bj the Dr.Miles Medical Go. Slkfeart, Ind.
; i into If fellow -
tjipcounty! treasury. a as in all professions, makes perfect. 1 I When occasion demands its use, try Dewitts T FRAZEE.: '- -' "
: practice
can guarantee Witch Hazel sulvc. It is cooling to *"
i Inust keriithe front rank.of.. t hog, make him for the music ATFY AND COUNSELLOR AT
pay work. Office at residence southoast The. ,
_ A true democrat stops pain instantly, cleanses a Restores Health '
: and put thev money into threasury. of F.'C. P. LAW. -
& depot. .1. O. Haynesi
perfect heakr for scalds or skin
,bh'1lIl rina.in loyal to his arty and t And those drunken rows, eruptions' For Sale by Starke Drug Co. Jacksonville STARKE, ILL!
_ i f ,
3_ try (dllsTUpt it, though n has of allot them tint ; A Pioneer's Always cures piles Starke Drug Co. *""
,_; -. 1Iot .dispose come Recommendation I. Boom Kb. I, Jones Block. : ts

_ .. w t1en tit'cide'd. ttat ho ina'y.scrafch a before me,, and it docs not coat, Mr. J. W. Vonablc. of LEGAL NOTICES. Tampa and ?
the- ticket wtbout Downey, a pioneer _,.,_ _,_ ,,_,___ O J. FIELDS, -
4nanio4roni / ; ip.ourrIt &adford anything. I will I -v %X> X *'
county of Los .1. '
_ II Angles County, Cal., says: Key West -
_ j jt the: charge of.ttpiptod Stake reputation, if it is worth I "Whenever I'ara troubled with a pain I in Notice. BRICK MASON PLASTERER

_ disruption. anything, that I can run my court the stomach or with diarrhoea I useCbamberlMa's To buy, easy In Ciruit Court,) Railway Agent for Camp Bros*. Brick, Lime & Cente&C
'tue 'L'it P.OUAFIE uses, top! to Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, >
.strongin ten years and at the expiration ol: take and A '
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea County. ) ;
; f. : saying the i.es. that time have! money in thecountj! easy in effect, ; j I ANNIE DEAN North
Remedy. I have used it for _
** ,
years \ .
btirgtr 't.usied everybody blue} us to credit. are characteristics vs. "*"
D treasury my know it to be W.H. DEAN. and B. DAVIS & CO.. -
4lItat iI ver used rough Jang'Ua'ge a reliable remedy, and recommend pecajiarto ) t, -
.Itfc.-'pectfully, it to every one." For sale by NOTICE TO APPE.4R.THE INSURANCE
: AGEN'FS.Represent
South .
iiuw.. J. II. MOORE. Slarke Drug Co.General. STATE OF FLORIDA ,
c 8enator C4l it _. They To W. H. Dean-Greeting: Line : Liverpool & London & Oleb*,

________ uii4....! i'at18fy. -the. ouriqu. tiat ibp Cnoty Jadee's. Conrt. Fitzliugk JL.ee. are small, IT having been shown by affidavit that the de- Through Providence-Washington and Germanr-American, Greenwich Fire Inturaae Eartford.Phosnlx *.- ,
1: v.4 tasteless and fendant. W. H. Dean is a non-resident of Companies. Als
uf Florida., owed 7 him .a Last Friday Judge Malphurs had Wro.C. LEXINGTON, VA.. January 17, 1890. the State of Florida, and that the residence ax the New York, and Nederland Fidelity Life Insurance Casualty COi.Co.Q _.

% leViLu1)ratitnde) wbiph they have Strickland before! bun on a charge o r Mr. A. K. HAWKES-Dear, Sir: When purely vege said defendant is within the United States, and STARKE '
_ table. They act gently but thoroughly that said defendant is over the age of twenty- FLA;
t Jwnl hi Lint 1 11 tio! assault with intent to murder. The 1 one
: .4vtping ? ,6"1 require the use of glasses I.jvear your and years;
satisfactorily. They do not initatp
_ It is therefore ordered,
,1. %. % I L .. .'years, ..atid. some ,of charge was brought by James HornesbyStrickland Panliscopic Crystal ized Lenses. In respect or inflame the intestines, but leave them judged that the said defendant, W. II. Dean and ,ad dc Heart of Florida. LAND SURVEYING;

_ L '! .. : TeIISOU/that they was placed under a $500 bout I to brilliancy and clearness of visio I. m natural, healthy condition. 25 cents.TABTELESS or appear before to tne complainant's bill of complaint on

4: L ,':. tot to 1)0 .Tcrjie ted" to keep for his appearance ut the fall term of the they are superior to any glasses I. have -' THE 5TH DAY OF AUGUST, At D. 1895, Ask Government Field Notes Used

'I-.1- piing CIJfll <-*debt- fbreveflv" r The" circuit court. ever used. FiTznuon LEE, -ITCllNE F1LE in default whereof a decree pro confesso will be for In Locating Lands. .

:, a4rniursof the party Khouldi bo cquii- C.; 0. JficktU and E.B. Pecs, charged I Ex-Governor of Virginia. entered against the said W. H. Dean.It .
further ordered
: that this notice be published Tickets
t d u.iii ig H- with larceny of a domestic animal, went AH eyes filled and fit guaranteed by in the Bradford County Telegraph a Drainage and Irrigation. System paniit4
-. 8-arke Drug Co.CbamebrlaJu's. ,. newspaper published at Starke, in Bradford Landscape Gardeciing. Draughting. Qood 1* '
given* bearing Wednesday and were eacl anotvt ci county Florida, once each week for four consecutive via the J. T. & K. W.Write Btruments. Accurate work.

_ ., :4 t 'I,lhoaIrELEGKAr11; ;.'. . .ftcoept-lthe.. !bound over in the sum of'$150 to appear: meat Bye ,and Skin OIn(r B'iMpTouia-Mrrq t fl.vJ14 uctL.Igbt uri.rs; tid f,', ee ci prot,4bhedI ? witness weeks.In whereof. I have hereunto set my the f H.E.LAGZRGRZH.Start*;Fla.

___ Ledgers.; but it can at the fall terra of tjie circuit court I I hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit Court General Passenger _
__ will be remembered A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes. rb.theIumoi. 8oU iy on this the 20th day of June, A. D. ISQTi. Agent for information. 'V' 4
rlij Col 3ordan, tuHt Pees was sen ivr..i.cp&ut tju.bwTri W. T. WEEKS, SOCIETIES .
tenced at the last term of the circuit court Suit Rheum, Scald Head Old [SEAL] Clerk Circuit Court. -_-__ -_ -_-_--_ -'- -
be alivq .edtqr hould B 23 4t ByJ.E.FCTcHDC.Master's G. 1)
|o six months !in the penittmtiaty on acUarge Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch ACKEBLY, BRADFORD LODGE KQ. 48, F. &,,A. M. '

___ eulre. fbur.'years. niore'than. other similar to the Pnririe Scratches, Soie Nipples and Qen'l Pass. Art.
-m"K &w -I : one which is now Sale.UNDER W. B. Meets Thursday night before the third Bandar
tffcS 4v : ogrsive' Editor" to" aeeYhat times' brought against him. but was pardoned I Piles. It is cooling and soothing. Hun RDVE E and by virtue of a decree of foreclos COFFIN, ta each month. WM/F.MALfHUBS! W M.*-
? !% W.N.MtiCHAM.Sec.rvXV
-** rv' ; *
F feftd1iangM; "M& that the men from serving the fall time. drcds of cases have been cured by it after 2 14i h. 1895. in and sale duly by the made Circuit and Court entered of June the Cen'l Sup't.

_ 'puld' b changed. Mentqr pll ir '* i "-=_ nil other treatment hud .failed. 25 cent Fourth Judicial Circuit, State of Florida in and JACKSONVILLETROBY MAY LODGE NO. 10, L O. O. F.
Scrofula salt rheum and for-Bradford county, in a' certain cause in .
all disease i
_ of: per box. For sale by the Starke Drug
chancery therein ,
fol ; fhe pending wherein H. and G
fi > creditor Regular $
rpresente4 the blood Feder, of Meeting every Tuesday Bight In their
dyspepsia headHcbe. Cincinnati, Ohio,
_ tW>AiA %*?. .. kidneyand Company. are complainants halt Transient '
brothers torite&'
_ .' /- ttn&e, prebaly does not feel ,liver :complilnta"-; and catarrh, are and wife,R.are M.defendants Williams and, I will Florrie sell Williams to the bighes, his W. .." cordially. Ai-BllLET, N.0.

thatYthedebl' any varer paid Cured by, Hpotj'JSiSarsapariUn, the great Among the numcious peronswbo have bidder fur cash in front of the court house door & DAVIS N.MKACHIK.Sec. '- .'
v' burn cured of rheumatism by CiiiimbLTluin's in the town oi StarKe, in said county of Bradford -
rcj wis. toni )CS *gO, and btood! ,purifier. Pain Balm, mention should IH STARKE LODGE SO. 34, K. OF P.
5, 1833,
y.Xuat:',ns:- ;feelin's- : .Hood's Pills have'won high praise for made of, Mrs. Emily Thome, of Toled :. the sane being the first Monday of said month -Starke, Fla., Meets every Thursday evening at T-.30 o'elotx, '
q -F- Wash., who says: "I have never been FAT and a legal stile day during the legal hours of taOddFellowa'Hal J.TWltL8. C. .4 u "WOld ;b Lbe 18g11t. years their prompt. and-efficient yet easy action able to procuie any medicine that wouii sale on said day the following described pieces, REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENTS. E. & JUTTHTWS, K. R. S
4icc.should & relieve me of rheumatism like Chamber- parcels or lots of land situate, lying and being in
:, .? jie ;;returned. .. to'thp the tb vn of Hampton, county of Bradford and
Iain's Pain Balm. I have also 's__
ExplapatprT. used it for _
; 1Jjcold State of Florida to-wit: Lots one (1). two (2) -S. 1,000,000 People Wear
.. : In last wteka issue of the Hampton: lame back with great success. It is the three (3), four (4),five (5) and six '(6) of block
? -, ; best liniment I have ever used, and I take L._ fifteen CIS on Williams street, the hotel known Orange Groves, Improved '
Advocate we tind the following c.rd in as the Williams House '
ON in being situated en said )
pleasure rucommendintr it to IWUonglas Shoes
mi Farms
lot six
(6) Terms cash, Property
purchaser paying for Thn-
-. : _#:.k : explanation of the article criticuiug one riends. For sale by 3tarke Drug Co. title. C11AS. F. PACki ,

; > 'fb Deyia Gkzette-Nea, of BtarkeV mercantile firms contained in 765t ,Special Masttr. ber and Phosphate Lands. HAND d v

2&4i; vayipnblis1ied: in ihe issue of thf piefipua week; London has a social club composed Df ___ Property sold rented SEWED -2? C nn X r-JlMTHE, BEll'

I !1Y "During my absence last week, the Ad aix-flngercd men.Bucklen's. Notice for Publication.LAXD or PROCESS. 'WORLD

:Wohie&.ooDty.: tbrot. 's, ..water.aspiraVions vocaLs couUined .a very uncalled for OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE. FLA IJulyal89if managed, lauds assessed and
4'.r ;
: of attack upon a Btarke firm to my chagrin. Arnica Salve taxes paid for non-residents. $5.00$3.O :
The best salvo in the NOTICE is hereby given that the follow tag _
1 iu for' the world for
was no way responsible' article cuts
4hm2itKkMzander the settler hai filed notice of his Loans
tollow.t intention
in negotiated.
P. W.LocsnxBT. cqu" bruises, sores uloers, salt raei'? fave to make float proof in support of his claim, $4.00 a I$2s0
sores, totter, chapped baud chilMajns CHILL end that'said"proof will be made before the _
: TEXAS : 15 Clerk of the Circuit Court at Starke Flo.,on
: ..fi$4Jftfl KAlexanderjcomrnonly .. OCT. corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi September. 7, 1-95. viz:"- $3 Izoo '

f us eniuur t'ill' "Jeems," :Erts' Ucdicins Co., lively cures piles or no pay required. I JOHN GR1FFIS, OF LAWTEY, FLAft -. ..

c'.Iiu sgaiiTapDvaYed iw* Volusiaand Paris, Tennl Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction I ; SSR:IhH81"ftnd 8Wof SEJ(,
- ::,*. ? : Dear Sirs:.-Shlpus aiTf soon as possible Known
or ref u nded. Price 25 He the
*iiik3uuceut.that. heaa to .be the money cents par T NIE names following witnesses to prove
5: gross Grove's Tasteless Chill 'Tonic.My box. For sale by Starke Drug Co. and his continuous residence upon and cultivation of: Everywhere.
re iL C ngre31runi gaid land,viz: Sold Everywhere.
dali disUict.. lie i affording customers :want Qrove'a Tasteless' John A, King, Lake Butler. I 'William .J. Prevail. Turner B. Rosier John Grown Everywhere.
Chill Tonic and will' not have any other.la IS JUST A COO D FOR Whitehead' James- S. Rosier all of Lawtty, Fla. Fo Ttt
tuitheAcit1zens ADULT3.
- ; I- tmusenel1t of oar experience of over 20.years in the There is 'one mwUcine that will cure WARE7AHTED. ____i .1. 11.IMaco, RegUHer.' .Wr W. 1.. Di Ii

DeL.ift h7 his dama. Thu grave.; drus business, we baye. tiever.' sold any immediately;:%'\Vo refer to De Witt's PRICE 6O cts. Notice'to'Debtors and" RaYsEDs I : :rk ?
i1un u! his Jiojeee, tbnarc numer medicine which" cave oich, universal: sal L- Colic and Cholera Cure for all yonr detler for them.d Ib I nrt of ea k c. bat ths IItp-.ai pies..q
- hir lull.baI3'iIO.tUL Jsfact1on. v summer Gentlemen:-We gold COO if NOTICE is hereby given that all persons in :Per'. Meed A.ual fsr 1$03. w.L.Ds gi sa r.- I- ui.
) ; : complaints "tfo delay, no disappointment BItOVTBB TA8TELBS8 CmZL ON1C Invaluable Coil plAntersand lovers Taknouubstt ;
'T ;r* niccLfphly. .nii '0 hidebtdtotheeateo1uajanpine
__, (-. ct' ill d&tflJ1111) this bought threo gross aIre3dy thIs year. 1i all late of Bradford of Yln Vegltab1 and Beautiful ,
ovr ,
C: county Florida wffl
: Co.., no failure, SUrke polienee of PlowerL Wrft
: Drug Co.DrPrice's $ In the foflt-Pree.
cliruic'uflr 'trLt"i (eLIt' 1j ;:cr iJesl YUChUTCresI drug businea. h.'u U 6. and pay the.11 aame persons to the having undersigned claims without del y, ".' D..VERaycQ., 'no AiyAsa.

'* cf ; at1 icJainUlpf ui, TOn1. tate must- present them duly aga1zistsajj es DetnUIU. V. lUanton & .Cameron
_ 1 PrL sCIeam Baking.Powder Cream Baking Powder A.niETCAEn C'' within iwo years, or this notice will authenticated, Hamptoa.
be pIed In
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