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: October 11, 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: UF00027795:00374
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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(fw '. @< Ul at lrb Awarded large party of Starke people took i .. -

Honors : of the cheap rate to Jackson ... f

: : r. *.ijSC gTT. & C.O.'S. Jewelry Store II IIfft Highest k Wednesday and visited the metropo s sJ :.' ;. 'rI, Ft.tf., ;5d .t'.

Shoes Shoes! better and -
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\>t' ..!. I ..#ft, offer for sae. \\ 's Cough Cute is the best, IMMoN5 "

I We are better able to suit the pock,... CREAM safest, newest, sweetest and 3AV4- -,.1. ,.;
sure. 25c. Starke Drug 'I" .
- y ct-book than any local or neighBecause :,. \J' -A .tr ylk

boring competitor. I : .s: !
t received at U. D. Miner's John's : .. ;"
Repairing will be done in first-elasa store, next to railroad beautiful '

$ t order, on short notipe and at moderate of ladies' and gentlemens solid gold ft EMULATOR p".' .. r;

l prices. $ stone-set rings. 0y :: ,

h -. ..-...-... .- .. .. .,, MOST FEilFECT gnping Dales:! of the stomach tJ t p ,

: I bowels instantly and effectually SIMJIONS LIVES REGULATOR / '
Are taking: -
t. I A Grape Cream of Tartar f : .
DeWitt's Colic and Cholera the "KING 01LIVER MEDICINES : < '
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float Ammonia Alum I' ni.I 1Iw'.ir
or any ...
Staike Drug Co. ?" That is what our readers 9. .,.-.k3i
40 YEARS THE want, and nothing but thst It is the "_ 0. : '

TIRIIGllT1t is no doubt, no failure, when you same old friend to which the od folks ;, .. '. :to;

DeWitt's Colic and Cholera Cure. i pinned their faith and were never dis- ;.' '
1 pleasant, acts promptly no bad after' appointed. Bui; another good recommendation ,,_ 'J'.. ir
Starke Drug Co. for :it i3. that it ia EETTER: ...'.v I, 1

THAN PILLS never gripes?, never weak-
-.'-'"-_...., . ". .'q. local Items Picked R. L. Spaikman, of Darien, Ga., ens, but v.'orks in such an easy and .. ..':oi,.
occupy the Mahone residence on natural war ;gust :ire nature itself that ... ",'..
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and There. street recently vacated by Capt. relief ccmes qac'iiul: sure: and one ,,"".,
Mrs. Tompsett. feels new all over. It never fails.. 'Orr : i
A NEW DRESS FOR ALLElegantly George Everybody needs take a liver remedy, ... 1I

ABOUT PEOPLE YOU \ \ PASTS, PANTS. We have them and everyone should take only Sim- I '. a
ought to come and see.Vc mons,Liver Regulator.Be :! .-ti -
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+, Made sure yotr get It. The Red Z L f-I .f' '
make a price that will make
Matters that Have you ; ys
I Truby, Sternburg & Co. is 011 the wrapper. J. H. Zeilin & ..
Will Occur In the "
-*. Beautifully Trimmed. of Co., PWJ ulel1)l1la. -.' ""> ..'
ture-Epitome a
regard to clothing we will say this, .
_ Happenings iu Starke.Buy 011 are in ueed of any come and select! a

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price Is right and you will '
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shoes from x
t Truby Sternbur.& Co. Light: Docket and a Short Term. ; .'.
,I 65t to 750 l Cases Dlaposed Of. ; .
Di ere tf
Special bargains in shoes lr. Faris has returned from his trip ,
I The fall term of the circuit court t
P 4-ih idl Flannel 75e. Jones'. and there will be services at the ..1
was convened in this city Monday '

46. wh', RI llX91 llfe1Jriettq (J5J, lion. E, P. Ward, of church :Sabbath morning afternoon, Judge Rhydon M. Call : 'VJ ::2. : t
'. town Tuesday. at Lakeside in the afternoon. presiding.The cfiJ-
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4 *inch Mohair black and colors 50c. .
; Ex-Senator Abe Croshy. of is directed to the advertise following attorneys were present (. "

424ncBrocade Novelties 35c to 50.38inch town W Dcsdt1Y, of Sapp & Livingston, who carry a at the opening of the court: W. ... -

: line of groceries. Call on them B. Young and F. \V. Pope, of Jacksonville '

t,: Qllwool Tricot 35c. A good p..ir boys' pants ( you need anything in their line at ; Finley & TaVP, of Gainesville ;

; black 40c to 50c. at J. M. Alvare 's. bottom pric s. ; Niblack Jv Ilarrioon, of Lake .(z
42.Jnc1 and colors
vHfc oll.woo' Henriettas c City; R.V.. Davis, of Palatka; .. r

:.ft ,48 JMk ,tilk fiwh, fie retfq, $1.00 The attendance the High monthly conference of |the First Stat ':J Attorney A. G. partridge; ,.. .,,-

} : creases every day. church will be held next Wednes I... B. Rhode, J. '1'. Wills, (). F.I .. 1'\' #
4wh Henrietta $1 to $1.25 .
,.ilh'w .rp evening after prayer meeting. All Pace: J. L. Frazee and Thos. E.Bugg .1 *
For la Powell's
(,. grippe use OQ < X
; of the church are urgently re of this city. .,\.,
': 38-inch fancies and Novelties 20c to 25c. It never fails to cure it. .
to be present. Both; the civil and'criminal dockets -r. ; t. s
flack blue, brown and tan Broadcloth, Onion sets and B'-rniuda ---------- were bhort and were quickly I dis- ;:(

1, "* ". I*, yards wide $1,00, at Truby Sternburg &; Go's. relieved and by the bowel timely complaints! use of' De are posed of, the court adjourning Friday ., .Ft ,,, yr k

.. Our busiucs men would Colic and Cholera Cure. Insist on Following is the civil docket: 4.r ) s .

every week was court week.A this preperation. Don't have any J. 11, Baker & F
A. full to of Staples at hard-time vs. Buddington .,. :
:Starke Co.
first-class piano for sale Drug Co.,, trespass; verdict for plaintifffor r Q- fI' ; l 1

t? p r a Ban E. A. Todd ?1'
DrvsgUt&A TF.LEou.vpn: a very pleasant call as administrator of ;
a 'whqrfJ and Mrs II. II. the estate of Gustave Drolshagen, 'd -...;.,
: \ The major knows Bradford ... .
e- from their vacation on the vs. V J. Shipman and F. A. Fisher, I t .' -:'-' & ,
politics from A to Z, and a chat -
assumpsit; not at issue. ,, .r7; ,.
Special attention is him is always very agreeable. '. '
The F. U. & P. Railway company,

STAPLE GROCERIES.: Jones' new stock of capes and \ Morbus is a dangerous com- plaintiffs in error, vs. L. D. Wall!, : .t I .I i:: .

; New dress goods-the and often is fatal in its results. defendant in error, appeal from .: ,

right prices. Truby Stern avoid this you should use DeWilt's county judge's court; verdict for :{1 :

and Cholera Cure as soon as the plaintiffs. 1 .
OaU and esEamiue for yourself: A trip through the country symptons appear. Starke Drug Cot CRIMINAL DOCKET. i r.;

convince that the cotton
I O. G. Richard t .
assault '
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speaking of the entertainment tvt ,4 -.-.. 'u
Rye seed. Fresh lot Methodist church Sunday evening pleaded guilty to simple assault and ; : '
i T. A KNIGHT. i was fined $5 and costs. .
Fine for chickens 29th the TELEORAFU should S
J. C. Griffis aggravated assault
,..1 I said that bliss Cornelia! Peek pre- ; t. ,
In shoes oui stork is found guilty. \ :
.1P '., at the assisted Miss Mar ., d',
t: r :: ; organ by ::,; :* ft
Old prices prevail.! Truby, Archie McNeill et al., gambling; .
T Re SWEAT & Cu. placed on absentee! docket. j i ...' .:, \

; I are two things to consider when Ervin Guynn, Alf Walker and "D'A' .,"" '
Buy your onion seeds of lit buy goods and that is price and qual- Veusey COOK, gambling; placed on ".".--I.. ..

I ger. Fresh lot just received We have both, besides an unlimited absentee docket. :fat- -- .. '

,'J> Goods muda.. ---- -- to select from, so when in need of Alaiy Johnson, aggravated:1 ; ....... .." O. _,

ry The finest line of ladies' E> come and see us. We are sure to sault; found guilty. Motion for a l rI 't.

you. Truby Sternburg & Co. new trial over-ruled. 1 i.'" ,,. ;
ever offered, at Truby, I CD .
Henry Jones, crime against nature j u i!, .., '
pany's.Tlie. of the TELEGRAPH'S subscribers I! ;.; r
Notions ; found guilty. t a ,. ,.
salo of lands! Litesville complain! that they do not I Charles Edwards, assault with intent oj'---.. ..
the paper regularly. The postmasters I murder ; \ 'f' .
ta:>Ses; was inadc Monday\ to ; acquitted. : -
h whose hands these papers pass I James Trodman .
Hen nett. enteringvithin- ,. ':;.
Furnishings Etc. do well to be mOle careful if they do tent to commit'a felony; plead guilty. I -.. .,...... ... *

Miss Alice Meacham is at care to be put to the inconvenience: "". C. Strickland, assault with intent I; t.4 I.' l., "

after a pleasant visit with ( investigation. ._ to murder; continued. I. i I '.- -" t''.:.<.,..:. ., t
nandina. --- Johnson Johnsonand .1 '>14,!. 1.. ;,
LATEST STYLES. many friends of .Mr. Lee Reynolds Phillip Joseph j .r...... a.
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John Beasant each
him his gambling; J'. ,
I' Miss. Annie Miller of : congratulating on promotion -
...,. visiting her sister, Mrs.V.. E. position of conductor on the A. S- jail.fined $5 and costS' -or sixty days in :r-Ir. .i ,' ',: ''... -. r y
& G. train. Mr. is L-- '
this log Reynolds a
city. J. E. Wheelus, defamation of .. A
man of excellent habits and is : :' ',' i ''RIOES. THAT WILL SELL THEM You all know, w'len you 's attentive to his duties. Here's character; nolle pressed. .

.t ware, that we are Jeff Jones, aggravated assault; : 1
.. to. "Captain" Reynolds. plead guilty to simple assault and M .
Sternburg & Co. .
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fined'$1 and :
was costs.
produces weakness, general S :
Mr. Albert Hodges, of biliousness loss of appetite In Wiley Barber, larceny of a domestic -.

a> <, Z:4TS AND SHOES guest of his brother and constipation. Grove's animal; discharged 'd. ;.:' .'
of this '' '
: Hodges city. .
Chill Tonic removes the cause I. Look 'Io Your Land Title. ''CD: i .

Several advanced pupils produces these troubles. Try it I have in all lands in I Jr-.A..' .'"
charge as agent ssr: : -: -
#Ot Every Description Satisfaction Guaranteed. from the, country during the you will be delighted. 50 cts.' To Bradford county known as Pitts and ':, ... .,I ';, .:''.', '- rt
the genuine ask for Groye's. -' 'Y'; ..
to atteud the High school Roberts lands. Any one desiring to fur- .1 ,1 ,,.",. .+ :' k

r. . Lafayette Brown one of I Tate Powell has proven that he is a chasfeor clear titles will please write me J CiJ? ;.f.I :. -...
v? ford's progressive young in more ways than as an M. D. at Starke, Fla. .._ C. L. Peek I '.; ,.{. .;_. \ .
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latest the f-l.. -.- .t.F.. .
doctor's strike is '
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GROCERIES friends in Surke during the Easy to take sure to cure, no pain I .i' ..( t" t." ., .'.,
of He has it .
cane growing.;
sugar ; nothing' to dread pleasant little pills.DeWm's I I -0.., j i' ".'- : ',1".......
Ask for Stewart'sV '
",; sand I of the finest in this section. The f' : < ::':... : ; 7J
"" kittle Early Risers. Best for I ..,. ...' -,;- '.
zers. Brings them every bas been,wrestling with! one from : X'-'S\; "' ;. :"'f1tf..' F ;
: ., Fresh and Stock. thein. ,U5c. :Slarke Vr sick headache biliousaess sourvstoinacb t 'j;.... -. t. : f' :'1f.-. '- .
Fancy. Complete '
sttt,. ; patch containing fifteen joints. anti constipation.! Starke Drug Go. .I' ,.' '.: --r-...' .,..

.. c..,, ,1 A pedal meeting of the teeth should not be forgottou. The 1 ". t: :, '... 4. :i'f -
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ciety will be held at the : of good teeth cannot be overestima ;:
x. Dental work done before : headache in 5 minutes. f ,;.".: .. CI1, .."
r next Tuesday afternoon at 3 properly Stops : '! .
t STARVE, Safest best for i. /;,, !;; .R '7'141, .
TvRSWEAT too late spares one a.great deal of I remedy any 11
'11\' .t." ,, FLA, No trouble to show n. and will often preserv the teeth for I pain. 25c. Starke Drug .Co. ,',; '$. '.'.: .' : "'$"jIZ'&. .L. '. ,. .'- .;.;.
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Ume. Long practice in dentistry, : : :;
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fore buy, lie will save CD* ... :il\
Eg WINTEH. PARK FLA. A school of the high you in all professions makes perfect. i FINK1TTING :K '. :. ., .i. ...//tt{ !' '" ',
f M rOL I.N. Sf 'C'D.L.LE'CE est r&lh" or ladies end eDtlvmen. FaU term Clad the practice and can guarantee P ':" i" .r. ',' : ,. .. 1.N ..: ;'t''I'4' .
". Opens Joe. 1, 1,895. Seven departments: Collegiate. )- HOOD'S PILLS.curt : ; : -;-' .",':
I Academic, Preparatory, Sub PwparLocaUoa BlUoiunesa, Indigestion work. Office at residence south OOT-WEAIt : :; .- .. :,..
Art.aDd.yhy Culynr SU? buUI\iSlf"'. beautiful and 'i ,:J.- ; .< .
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4 ;'-' :LOVE- AND. FATE.t inmost ,feelings would cry shame at for Irvine & Irvine paid him 1303: THEELL', $'fA1fl .: .RIOT .IN. CONSTANTINOPLE., Street' I & .

"Ever the' rtt -under 1f; me; my position would- be ,unbearable. down for ,all the rights of his book. .Armenians,'eaten- tc 1 -It has 'enitimid. thit electric, '
moonlight '' Many Helpless
Howhj, walked home from the ofUsa ; '
J UspJa H
railways: ave/ ,
Will men aadmatitens dream i Death,by Turks.
Minnie shivered. he never knew, and he wondered why
States .less than 275,000 horses and;;
4 Ever' the same sweet wonder "You are "cold?" he asked. he had not 'cabbed- He remembered THE: HALLOWED RELIC OF LIBERTY To'add t; the state of terror prevail- no ha9Dot If1;
the movement stopped
OI down LOn'ltrea: jqt_
lb gliding ing at Constantinople third alight ,
She nodded. his heck at the bank SOU .
changing '
ON ITS WAY rUe is estimated Topeia? thAt :
's by paper
And yet this I
NOJ given, "We11"ou.J ad better. be going," buying quarter cigar, which ho enjoyed earthquake was'experienced, theie A
that horses would require/ibout':. 1
TTe learn again and many _
4 it again: This with the rioting
and .he handed her her furs. 1t is with great, gusto, and visiting bushels oats
Kiss and th world is heaves 125,000 of corn or a dayJj
$ so kind and good of Minnie, but his .tailor'e where he purchased a and bloodshed the imprisonment oi ".
and the world Is you Ovations Will be Showered Upon it A decrease of 125,ffiO bushels a day id :
'. Port. pain.. -but I'll try a little longer for thafortune .ready-made suit and was measured about 500 Armenians, the killing of consumption is enough,
All Along the Line. corn and cat*
TVho knoweth.while sailing onward, ," and the ghost of a'smile various others. Of course, he would prisoners in cold blood and the presence to appreciably effect ,prices of :.ihosa"1 )
;F "' Where swirling whirlpools wait? lingered on his face for an instant. have to chaage his lodgings now. He -- of troops under arms at all pointsis '
It amc.nnts'to 45,000,000 '
grains. :
Love: looteth alone to sunward. "I suppose,I could not help.you in could not entertain interviewers in his The special train over the Pennsylvania well calculated to excite even the bushels! a year. Fotthefmore loeg jp.1" _

i And giveth no thought to hate. anyway; Brandon? "May I leave my present garret. Railroad bearing the Liberty most phlegmatic Turk. of this' commercial; demand for these *$4

>It ,*And yet this lesson given_ check book?" Arrived home, he desired to wipe off Bell and the,official escort, pulled out The rioting and blood-letting which -coarse- -grains. '.',.' In'' lne"citie8lSea'D8ab: '*"*

t. We learn it all by and by: The question was put very hesitat- his debts with the landlady at once, of Broad street station, Philadelphia, began on Monday was renewed on enorm'ouslou of i pn8g..foi.h-t. '

; r The wrack may darken the even, ingly, and while the inner man cried showering carelessly upon the table in at 8 o'clock Friday morning for At- Tuesday evening in spite of all the roads-about C2.COO carloads. "

; .And laughter end in,a sigh! "Yes," in,piteous accents, the outer her best parlor a handful of gold, lanta where it is scheduled to arrive at precautions taken.by the authorities of, ,,.,* *# .*_... '1/"
declined the kind offer witha which took all the breath from the old the much'distnrbed city. 'On Tues- ,
; ,;;-' ,' -WID Hale.MINNIE'S gentleman two o'clock October 8. En route the 'Money la the'West.Ketnrned _
:; -- \ courteous firmness. lady's body. She in no hurry day the principal rioting was,the workof ;
si was. train will stop at various cities and Wanderer(gfoomily:) "All.\
i :STRATAGEM. "I have read several of your short however. There was avisitorupstairs towns in the south in order that citi- the Softas, Mohammedan theological this talk vabout money in4th..,west"nonsense. '. *-

..'- stories," Minnie said, as she pulled on waiting for him. zeus may be given an opportunity to students, who chased and beat with 'I lout everyjentI Lao.' ,

\ her gloves, "and I think they are "A man?" gasped Brandon, with a see the bell. The train is made of bludgeons every Armenian they mot. "That's because didn't1
up Stranger: you
r "*BANDONCLODDj really clever. But you ought to try sinking heart, as his mind'flew to in- five Pullmans a combination and a During Tuesday night a mob of Softaa right. I went west with only ..;,_ _
s D thing big-a three-volume novel." terviewers. But it was a lady, as he and Turks attacked the house of a manage t
author, sac on the flat car, upon which the bell rests, a few hundred in my.pocker, and made ,
k ..-- edgeofhabed "They are going out ol fashion and, quickly discovered, and that lady, and is in charge of Thomas Purdy, leading Armenian, Kasim Pasha a fortune in thrt-o months." ,
I. besides, they take such a time. One Minnie. His heart beat rapidly, his storming the building and threateningits
and ia disfI" tourist
gazed of
,i agent the Pennsylvania rail. Returned Wanderer: "My stars! j jHnwdidyondpit
ii.l -.. mal despair at the can scribble off short stories like nursery -I breath came quickly, hid eyes gleamed road. destruction and killing several per- ?" ?
't sole of rhymes and the return is quick." brightly, and he was about to catch Besides sons who were unable to escape fromit J ,(sf- :0$: M
upturned the committee of twenty-five 'TfcougntJ: drug &ibre
S Stranger:
his boot. 'He referred to the return of the her in his arms when he rememberedthat in time. r
councilman the official escort includes for .500. Three months after that the
she he meant she another and the This mob also attacked cafe frequented
4 : On the table manuscripts; thought belonged to a
Mayor Charles P. Warwick, President state went prohibition, and I sold out (
: t .. 'lay an almost payment. memory crushed him. Judge Bayer, W. J. Latta, general by Armenians and twenty of for $100,000.-New York Weekly.A .
completed novel, "But here," ho went on rapidly, He attempted to speak, but a sud- agent of the Pennsylvania Railroad, theso unfortunate people who were

A .' -," whose progress going to the table and taking up his den attack of aphasia stilled his George W. Body, assistant general found there were beaten to death with i Silence Kzplained.

".- qY; Lad received a unfinished book, "here is 'a novel I tongue, and he sank into a chair and passenger agent of the Pennsylvania bludgeons. To the disgrace of the Carry-Why was it, I wonder, my

: h. r. dual check. Firstly have almost completed. None cf your covered his face with his hands, while Railroad Director of Public Works authorities, not a single policeman poor husband ne1' r"84id"'lytTif !f\o! I Ime

I : .' the' supply of ordinary drivel, but realism and that. the lump that had risen in his throat Thomas M. Thompson, and Directorof appeared b"n the scene, and no attemptwas about remarrying? .. _

,J paper had become is the demand of the hour. It will not almost choked him."Aren't Public Safety Abraham M. Bieler made to save the lives of the Ar- Anna-Prbbl1..Y'u were not the

i exhausted, which, be more than 40,000 words, audI cm you well, Brandon? Minnie and William H. Lambert. menians. person. he 'wished to warn.-Lifj 7r'*

;I econdly, allowed, ,the author time to confident of its success." inquired, alarmed at his appear Wilmington will be the first stop, The Riot Was Deliberate.The ;: : -:j SSteam's .

4 ,. think of the woman he loved; and this "When you finish your book, Bran- ance. She placed her small hand lovingly the train arriving there at 8:25 and critical condition, of affairs at Up! Tfc :tl.orIDc. Cast & T'

i r always made him'so utterly miserable don," she advised, "send it to Irvine upon his burning forehead, but leaving at 8 :58 a. m. At Elkton, Constantinople is the sensation of the Majestically thb.jrrtiit:ocean Krey Qd

: ,that he could not bring his thoughtsto & Irvine. They will publish it in he winced at the touch as though it Md., where the citizens have arranged day in London, and all the dispatches leaves.1U'4 the bound dock. and 11t-teams are yon.down my dearivir.tbeftverou '

to bear upon anything but the apparent their 'Nom-de-plume'series. You will WAS something that hurt him. "Are for a big reception to the bell, the from that city are read with the greatest I prepared for the'fr*''lcl.ne: !!s a'inoct atataysncMent _
ill dear?" and she Rank her to a trnns1'Atl, 'niic trip. With tWtuf11i1)1i -
hopelessness. of the state of have an eccentric, idiotic poster all to you on train will stop 17 minutes, and then eagerness. I (', IlotHierH Stnmacli Bit- ;' _
man. yourself in the new art style and the knees and strove to pull his Lands speed on to Baltimore, arriving in the In spito of the assurance to the con- tf'n. If not expect.. to fnffervi.hout' aid. ,
?j. "Well, Brandon, my boy," he puzzle of the hour will be: 'What is from his face. monumental city at 10 :44: p. m. Herea mary of the Armenian committee of I Che ravel B feral by sea* the or Ltd tanach, emigrant friend*of, tourist 1 who, j

mused bitterly, ;"you've reached the the writer's name?' Is it a he or a "It was only a joke, darling;: only a stop of thirty-two minutes will be London, the belief prevails in official I nmmercial travelers marinprs. It comjletfriy -

-; end at last. Assets 10 cents; liabilities she? Then, when the papers have joke," she cried, piteously, her eyes made. circles that the rioting at Constantinople J14'P"a.'rheumatic rem-dip.JUI.'lS"R.: twipges' bm"U and i-'j.ctivhJ'ue3". 'dys-of

an empty stomach aud a land- criticised your book, praised it, wet with tears. "I am not going to Washington will be reached at 12:17p. was really deliberately planned, he ki ne1s. .' ,1'l- J lr-4

lady's bill for $30." slashed it and discussed it for all it is marry Olcott. m., and the train will remain until brought about by the Armenian agitators It Is the satirical"" r *tceer" or rldicola": g*that My1y galls*> '

I, He: had thought of suicide before, worth, your real name will be discovered Brandon sat upright suddenly, hia 2 o'clock. Brief stops will then be who are desirous of forcing the and wound I

but he was young and clung to life, ; interviewers will regard you asa face very white. made at Alexandria, Quantico, Fredericksburg bands of the powers in order to bring Dr.Kl'mer's'Sir AMP-ROOT tu'e.

I .l ad'as it was,living more in hope than special prize ; your photo will be 'You are not? as he caught her Milford, Doswell and Ash about direct interference upon the alt Pamphlet Kidney an and 1 Consultation"Bladder trouble fr-x ,'

8U itancB. attempted in the evening news-sheets wrists in a frantic grasp. land. part of Great Britain, France and Laboratory SiuffhamtozuN. V.

4, The only other alternative was and you will'be famous." "No, no Forgive me, dearest. I At 7:30 Richmond will be reached. I Russa! in the administration of Ar '

ctarvation, and ,this he considered Her throat burned while she spoke; thought if I told you that, you would Here one of the longest ctops of the menia. tempt.'The arrows of farcaam'. are barbed_ with con- _.' _

worse stilL He could not have labored her voice was very dry, and her bon- fancy I was happy, and so ba able.to trip will. be made, the train not pulling It is now known definitely that at
Will Find It It 2
if he bad work to do for hommie artificial. work. You said so.U least five Armenians killed after Don Lots so
manually, got out of the city until 8 o'clock Saturday were You Try II.
: Laving been born in the purpJe he had "Good-by, good-by!I" Brandon sighed deeply, bent and morning.The they had been arrested on :Monday and Mrs. T. J. )[', dor ha kind ",word.. to say

always counted poverty out of his life, "Kiss me, Brandon; a last kiss." kissed her. following stops will then be made: ibis has caused great indignation. about Tyner'Iypep1a Bemedy.. 'Focmanr' pr--
"I might have killed: myself," he remarked years 1 hare "uff 4 Y? eo Lad learned no trade. He dropped He bent and pressed his lips to I in Virginia: Petersburg, Xottway nervou5neI bat-been .takinii-!Iyner'a J

: into his chair again and picked up the hers, then turned quickly away as she I presently. Court House, Crew, Farmville, Lynchburg THREATENED:: COMPLICATIONSWith Dypersifliemedy aud find that'ic Ufdohnc -
"You had too much pride." She me lots of good arid I aci now in better health..
; manuscript of his novel;; How beautifully hurried downstairs and haine, and sat I Bedford, Wytheville and Glade -- than I rare been t'orrellr..lt relieves'm. lu "
smooth it read; what a grand in his chair far into the evening the was smiling now. Springs.At England Over the Venezuelan 31 few minutes or Indication." i _
: "But have here If rOil are suffering! with indizrstlon or dyyptpiK 5'
why como
plot it was, and what a character was most miserable man on earth. you 2:30 p. m.: October 6th, the Boundary Line.. of any character whatever it would be _
: the poor struggling, ambition-loving It was about a week later, and again? special is due to reach Bristol Tean., A special to the New York Herald to your Interest! to try n bottle of thi His "Yon never wrote to me, Brandon, Pr.ce CO cents per bottle- Fpr sale by all
: journalist"A Fin-de-Siecle FooL"Ah Brandon was still in his lodgings. where a stop of thirty minutes will be from Washington says: The great in- druggists. '

;. If he could ',but finish it. No landlady had informed him immediately and I thought; I- made. Short stops are scheduled for ternational question of the hour is the -* _
bore'starTation" after Minnie's visit that "You feared I should do what you c"II1:1.elalec: '. iJ<
to someone Venezuelan
no lying
more Johnson City, Greenville and Morris- boundary dispute. ''It'.,
medlc'ne ihat stll'nlrfrens the stomk -
V; widow.landladies,, no more dreaming had settled long standing debt, knew I would not. That's like a town, Tenn.. the train arriving at Secretary Olney has prepared a dispatch means h.or a to bo brf (.it tneau* Bipan-* 1' boles. '\,.'
of the woman he loved but would not so he need not worry over hie little woman !I" and ha laughed lightly. Knoxville at 7 October 6th. to Ambassador Bayard which If you are troubleil with M weak:t-tomAch andcassotuIyPtYoUrZJOd -: 't"<

I .marry. account. He blessed her; she passedthe "But it's all over now, Minnie. I At 8 o'clock p.the m.following, morningthe will eoon brine the matter to an issue. One; gives relief. ,' u-e. Rpn.sTabcs.- -, .* *'* j C. "_ _

While he sat thinking of what might blessing on to Minnie Horton. have completed my book and sold it special will leave Knoxville, making This dispatch is of a most positive and FITS.topped'tno Ks'OiirNERTS .';;'.;
be there knock at the door He sat at the table to to the Irvines for $1GOO. The announcement by Dw.
came a so endeavoring nature. As it
brief stops at London, Athens and unequivocal coon as :RESTORER No tits after nr!''t dar's use. j..
r timid that he did not notice it until it think out his novel, but he could not of your engagement Tenn. Chattanooga haIl be placed before the British gov- Marvelous cures. Treatise and$2 00 trial bot- ) .
kicked hard that I hal to Cleveland reaching tie free. Dr. Kline.031 Arch St. Phlla.Fa. 1"'t\'
J pride so
thrice. sentence for the my
) was repeated compose a single on at 11 :30 a. m. The bell will be ernment it will raise an issue whichcan
F ". "The landlady," he thought, without news-sheet spread out before him do something desperate. on exhibition in Chattanooga until the be settled only by the retreat of Mrv Window's Soothing Syrup for chnJ r\ _
t4 there danced in the blackest of Minnie was a splendid actress."WhatU t.rtLin.: !: softens! the sums,redui-e*InSa re,ma-
type a
rising. following morning at o'clock.. Brief one or the other governments.The lion.allays pain cures wind colic. 3>c.a bout
.t However, .it was not the portly form paragraph which had paralyzed all the craning forward, with one will then be made at Dalton and stand taken by the United States
band on her lover's shoulder ; $130J I New U the TIaie' .e Cure Y.ur Cora. _
widow in him. Minnie to be
of the that met Brandon's was married
gaze energy in this dispatch is one which involve.
Rome Ga. Atlanta
being reached at It
with Hint'erri takes them oat pjrf'cty ,
rns. _
when the door but I She had taken him at his word You darling, and she kissed him
: opened, a sweet 2 p. m., October 8th, where an elaborate the oldest and most sacred tradition and gives com 'n.. 'Ask! ,your .rtist.i3c.! y
little vioion of a girl enwrapped in and would wed Percy Olcott. in three eagerly. has of the government: enforcement of "
public reception been planned. _
'L aables. He started to his feet with an months' time. "Yes, and there's more to follow. the Monroe doctrine. be\Ve only think med Pil'e-Ine! "forCough.JTNyraPzzccK&RDSpringfl1d ,tnra for CODnmptll' f"-

: exclamation as 'the came into the Well, that ended it. The one ray of They are certain it will be a success, Secretary Olney's dispatch is in sub. 1)1 4 Oit.1, U94.'i f"'"l't ______
'ropmj the smile oft her face lighting hope that had made his existence and they claim the refusal of all my WARSHIP WRECKED. stance a declaration in the most positive .

up the apartment like a ray of summer bearable had been flashed from his other works. God bless you, Minnie. language that the United State JIJ'R
But for to share this A Spanish Cruiser Driven the Reef Nerves
sunshine. life, and death was the only panacea. you-you've got on will never consent to British occupation -

"My dear Minnie," he cried, as he Poisoning, hanging, drowning or a with me I" by a Cyclone. of the disputed territory in Venezuela _
1 offered her a charr and relieved her of bullet-anything* to get out of the He threw the gold and notes upon News has been received from Havana unless that nation's right thereto ,and.

.' her muff andbpa "what in the world world quickly. And he had loved her the table, but the girl shrank,back. of the wreck by a cyclone and is first determined by arbitration.In ,'f.. r- _

'induced you to come here?" so much I Of course, it was his own "No, no, Brandon, your brains probably total loss of the Spanish war- polite but firm and significant A

'"Curiosity and-:;-love; but-" choice; if he could only have conventionally earned it; it is all yours. Yes! We ship Christobal Colon, a second-class words, Secretary Olnoy declares it to be BlOod _

k "Cariosity I Seven-eights of a wo murdered his pride and will share it, and all that is "to come. cruiser of about twelve hundred tons the belief of the United States govern- .

man's nature! "It has ruined many 'a laughed in-the world's face he might No refusal; you proposed it. displacement and sixteen hundred ment that the territorial claims which Are inseparably connected, !The former t_ _

$ woman and-" : have been happy with the woman he They were married within a month, horse power. The Christobal Colon Great Britain has set in Venezuela depend simply, sol"!fidlyTJpolirtiU 4.
"Now it's going to save a man," loved, but he could not, and now he but "A Fin.de Siecle Fool" was not a formed part of the fleet of Spanish are in the nature of an attempt to seize latter. If it,is pare they are properly 'J
the interposed with % smile, which could not live. success. Indeed, it was an utter failure warships detailed to watch the coast fed and there is ao "nervousness. 'If it _

t died:' from I her eyes; as she glanced Thus ran his reflections when the ; and one paper remarked that of'Cnba in order to prevent the land- territory which she on has the no American legal right.continentto 'The Is horrors Impure of they nervous are fed prostration on refuse and resale the *____

.: around the rooo:" "You don't appear landlady brought him a letter, writtenon Messrs. Irvine & Irvine had better ing of filibustering expeditions from secretary points out two horns to the' Feed the nerves on pure blood. Make (-_ _

L to.be very comfortable, and no fire. perfumed yellow paper. He recognized close up if that was the best rubbish the United States and elsewhere.The dilemma, leaving Great Britain, tc! pure blood and keep.,. it pure by taking
You said in your letter you were mak- the handwriting at once. It was they could secure. cruiser carried four twelve een- which '-) ,'! _
chooso she will accept.
I .ing ;your fortune:' That is not true." from Minnie, and confirmed the news- How Minnie laughed at the great temetre Honotoria guns; two seven First. If the quarrel with Venezuela Hood'sSarsaparilla
,Brandon was seated on the edge of paper item. She retained his ring as unknown scribe who penned these centemetre guns and two rapid fire .
is an ordinary dispute, having its origin -
tbe table, looking at nothing in par- a keepsake."Do lines! Like Brandon Le never knew guns. Her crew is estimated to have -
,.t.' ticular. not give way to ridiculous that Minnie Horton was the real pub- about two hundred officers and men, in faulty descriptions, imperfect

. ""Perfectly," Le answered, shifting passion," she advised him, and his usher of the volume; that she paid but the exact figures are not known at surreys or other misunderstandings,
refusal to arbitrate the is
. unea n1. "Only, you know, Minnie, face hardened as he read the words Brandcn the $1300, and that she pub present, as she had on board men intended a trary to the precedents of same Great Britain con- The One, 'ruod, -%urifl& f'ijf r| I
. it's slow work; ,there'are so many at again. Not he I Why should he? lished all his following effusions. for the smaller patrol vessels of .-
.. the game, and I'never was clever." Must his life be suddenly extinguished Brandon works merrily on ; writes the Spanish fleet and may have detailed herself and contrary to the practice d's'Pills theftelaaepill"anduu
of all civilized nations. family cathartic. Sc.
"Ton Lave grown pessimistic. Poor his hopes dispelled, because he had four hours each day, and sells each men ashore. .
.,. Brandon and she caught his hands. lost the love of .one woman? There book as soon as it is finished. Strangeto The station of the Cristobal Colon Second. If, on the other hand, ai

.': "flow,cold you are I Why don't you were scores of others-all beautiful, relate, many of his works are out of was the waters about Cape Antonio, appears to be the case, and is the belief *,

Lave afire?" all loving, all good-no, some good; print. Though paid for, they have off the western extremity of the islandof ,of the president of the United' THE 'turnpike road 'topeople's

1 $ .. t The author did not answer. and when he was famous I He had never been published. Occasionally he Cuba, her commander having particular State, the dwpute as to the locatioa
." "Oh, I understand" she said, in a struck the right chord, and his whole determines to trot around to Irvine's instructions to wateh the gulfof of a boundary line is a mere disguise hearts 'I find, 3:

low sympathetic; yoice.UNo wood, being sprang into a furious blaze of and inquire what they mean by nuch Correntes and Gaudiana, south and under wnich Great Britain is attempt.ing Lies

w no,'"coals, no money eh?" and she ambition-a desire to cheat the woman scandalous conduct; but when this fit north of Cape Antonio. The disaster by superior force in extend her through their

A !- 'caressed. his Land. fondly. "You have who he thought had jilted him, seizes him, Minnie always Las something occurred off Colorado Point in the territorial possessions in America, thisis mouths or I mistake
Hot made'much progress on the royal and laugh at her in mockery and tri for him to do, and he always gulf of Gaudiana, south of the townof directly violative of the Monroe .: ::. ;
it.-Boston Traveler. doctrine, and will never be submittedto i .
road f' umph.He Mantua, :'n the province of Pinar. mankind.. .. ,
the United States. '
r'1tDon't :you, understand, Minnie, I walked his room feverishly, his ... del Rio, near which territory Havanais ; by But Co. ? '

ti. hard endeavored to earn ray own living hands clenched and'his lips set tight, how Old is the Earth. situated. NO LOWER RATES. : the surest way to

'1, honestly endeavored to be independent while the fire of ambition forged his Men of science have given many Crew of a Storm Swept Barge Lost. -- get there is I,

: ;, of any man, and I want to determination and withered his love. widely different answers to this ques The barge Elma; which broke loose Western Railroad Officials Refuse sayi" :

.' continue so. There are enough By heavens, he would be famous I Day tion. More than thirty years ago from her tow during the recent storm Farther Reduction. Feedtliem 11 1 ,' t # .
,toarasites in the world. It Las been after he would tail at that book
a night
Lord Kelvin then known Professor Lake has been
f as on Superior, picked up A Chicago special says: Atlanta exposition -
-)" bit of a struggle,Til admit, but have until it was finished, andthen-then
William Tomson, set down the age of and taken to Grand Island, Mich. rates from the west will be no
c grown accustomed to it" his triumph? I the earth at one hundred million She will prove a total loss. About lower than 25 per cent of the double
"Brandon" was Minnie's solemn Yes, that was it; work, work, and
the earth's he
years. By age meant 200,000 feet of her cargo of 520,000feet locals unless developments arise to
response "1 W&I1to show you the forget her; and he pitched the dainty thetinie that has elapsed since the of lumber remained on the broken change the minds of western

.l folly of your: independence. Did you note into the fire and commenced. He consolidation of the globe. barge. The crew' of six men and a afflcials. They have reaffirmed passenger their ,.
c think! I could not read between the unfroze; all his energies returned, all
The estimate was based upon certain woman and child have not been found former decision to make no more than
lines of letter to ? A his rushed back him
your me man thoughts upon
experiments showing the rate at and are undoubtedly the 25
reduction and also
who his and fell each other per Buckwhe'atEvery
is makinff fortune, or who is over as his pen which the rocks probably cooled down
and Las for raced the In few agreed to ignore the greater reduction
earning a living hopes the across paper. a days
from molten condition.
a Recently
;. future docs not implore the woman his book was ready for the publishers. HEAD-END COLLISION.Two made by.the Kansas City, Fort Scott
more numerous and accurate experi-
him I Brandon received Ir- and Memphis from Kansas City. The day.World's .
he loves to forget and marry a reply from --
ments bearing on this question have
f-: com other man. Brandon, you do vino & Irvine within two days. This Engines Crash Together and En- officials say that in no case would they
been made, and in view of these Lord
love me?" She placed her Lands upon was a revelation that astounded him. gineer Atkins Killed. be justified in making a further reduction I ---- .
Kelvin has revised his -
his shoulders and looked into his But what him still original figure, to last the three months of the -
; up surprised more was and has very greatly reduced his estimate A terrific head-end collision of two Fair HIGHEST AWARD.Tryitwhenthedigestioni.
: face. the fact that the publishers wanted to of the age oi the earth. He now passenger trains occurred at 7:15 exposition. _ _

He shut his eyes for a moment, his see him. puts it at only twenty-four million o'clock Saturday morning on the main I jMPALRANUM

lipsquiverod andLe did not speak It was a pity Minnie had been so years. This, however, seems to be a line of the Atlanta and West Point LADIES IN AN OPIUM DEW.

but he smoothed her fair hair softly. hasty, Brandon thought, as he consumed respectable old even for a railroad, between Red Oak and Fair- : '

.: Then you will come away with Irvine's note, time after time. very planet.-Youth's Companion.age. burn, 0"., resulting in the death of A Sensation In Toledo When the Discovery -

i-. me?" she pleaded. "You will sink Fortune and fame were written all : Engineer Elex Atkins, one of the best Was Hade by Pollee.
: your foolish spirit of pride and independence over him; and if he only had her 1 I men in the service of the road. No The police of Toledo, 0., have dis- ; ..

-,. and make me a happy woman At least he ought to write and congratulate queen YictDria's New' Attendant. one else was hurt. Two engines were covered an opium joint in the heart of is FOOD 1

?" and she nestled her head on her on her engagement. He Considerable comment has been completely demolished and traffic on the city. It was conducted by a Chi- WEAK and no ..

hi, "arm. "Not long ago, when you wondered with a mean exultation caused by the announcement that the road was suspended for some time. naman and seven American inmates "' i iwru
.. Were rich yon loved me and we were what she would feel like; if she would William Brown, nephew of the famous The blame for the accident has not were found in the den. Among them seems to nottrisirTryit #

to bi married; but when you lost your turn white when she read of his suc John Brown, 'Who was for many years yet been fixed upon any one, as there were two young girls, said to be the

all in.those.wretched companies you. cess. So he sat down to write, bat, the personal attendant of Her Majestyof may have been a misunderstanding of daughters of prominent citizens. Their : seems !impossibMo>> 4;((1

Would not be my husband, though my remembering that all eggs did not England, has been appointed the orders. names were suppressed but it is learned -> stomacH .
,, fortune is ample for both." turn out chicks, he deferred it until Queen's personal attendant. William that one is the daughter of a leading keep FOOD)) t .'
''1 wish I could swallow wretched he had the Brown inherits to certain SOCRATES in the of Alexander- '":
3 my seen publishers.After a degree, I place capitalist and the other a 'W II- ,. Sold by DRUQGIST5 EVERYWHERE ; "\
: pride,' but I cannot. I could not )ift the interview he was mad with the brusque manner of his famous can be easily conceived, but Alexander known railroad man. Considerable s 1Carla A Anns. New York.j .d ,

.:-. on,TOOT- money in your house. M3 himself because he had not written. uncle.-New York World. ,* in the place of Socrates never. of a sensation is the result. ,. .? /,
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and then! we 'would have; marched them &KTA1OI119Ye7JJIR

.. .. d'F.: ;__- down In solid, column upon the foe. The Himalaya.mountains! have been

: .$4 'I'P it T DIVINE'S SUNDA1object But that Is not the way.. God depletes the miles '
; ; I army, and takes away all their weapons.and ,,5cen'22.J: away. DrVA1 Baking ;,TORy

.i :dt", t ;. if !kCIOTTRK; ,I gives them a lamp. and a,, pitcher, and a In Missouri they "cut sprouts and _

: t q ';. -" .. -:--- '|: trumpet, and tells them to go down and deaden timber in the dark of tho ----0-' S

:.;. -- ..Gld oD'.'Battle With the ;, drive out the Hidlanltes. ',I suppose! some moon." .. :: 'oJ

1 wiseacres were there who said: "That is not t

,. cf ..( > mtd1su1tei.'"" I i military tactics. The Idea'of 300 men unarmed Joseph U. Stearns, of Camden, Me., Powder A List of Reliable :Atlanta But-

1f! ;: : : conquering such a great host of Mid. who- died recently, had the largest mess Houses "where visitors _
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the best -
was What
: Turn ;'.1 the three companions Mew way. sword, sollection of ivory carvings in the -
I to the Great Show will be
spear or cannon ever accomplished' a
tn and br\ke the pitchers! :
jt 4. trumpets. 1 victory as the lamp pitcher and trumpet? world. PURE
famos In their left hands and tha
held the IABOLIJTEN properly treated and can
God's is pure .
different from man's
?. Z'. ",1k. trumpets In their right hands to blow withA1..Ji but it is way always best. Take for instance way, Plattsburg, Mo., challenges the attention

p, / rAnti they stood every nan In his place the composition of the Bible. If we had hadthe of the world, with asodafoun- chasegoods at lowest prices.
round about the camp and all the host ran The-Last Cuban Rebellion.1In
of th tain 118 kinds of drinks
writing Bible would have dispensing as
., ,, and cried and fled.**-Judges vii., 20, 21..Thatlstheetranirest ,we said
\ "Let one man write it. If you have twenty its platform. --
battle fought.
ever ortbIrtr men to write a poem, or make a 1868 the Cubans made an effortto STILSON & COLLINS
down and thrash These
God bad told Gideon to RO I statute or write make John B. Williams, a Bcllfontaine may be interesting to superstitious -
but his Is too large for a history or an argument secure their independence, and their
fld1attU. army:
tb. ra will be flaws and contra 1iC- (Penn.) banker has feu 1093: trampst women :
Gol and not to ,
r4 III the glory mart be given to I struggle lasted about ten They
And so proclamation Is made that all tions. But God says: "Let not on man do his home during the past year. But Monday's child is fair of face.Tuesday's JEWELRY CO.
man t induced
but to
It but forty men shall do It. And they child is full of were not were ,
- those of the troops who ara cowardly few of them returned service for grace. -
any *
and of did.differing enough to show there had beenno yield by promises of reform, which the 55 Whitehall St.Atlanta. Qa.
borne 22,009
4 want to K9 may go. collusion between them, but not contradicting the food.A Wednesday's child is born for woe. :5

? them scampered away, leaving only 10.003 each other on any important point Thursday's child has far to go.Friday's Spanish government has never carriedout Everything In the Jewelry and:.Silver
God the is too tree believed to be 400 .
But army is .
men. says sycamore and this fact the leading causeor
while they all wrote from their stand- child at Prices.
be orlers these 10.000remaining own is loving and giving.Saturday's l..hte; Factory
large yet and co old felled at Loo
was recently
point and temperament, so that the matterof years the present formidable revolution.In .
through child woik for
march down a must
t and to command Gideon to notice In fact man has his Moses the romantic nature Angeles, Cal. It measured twentytwo a the last rebellion Cespedes started ,

stream his Ezekiel: the epigrammatic his Solomon feet in circumference and was 125 living. PHILLIPS & CREW CO.
drink of the wateras
.t what manner these men with a force of 147 men, and in two
the But
warrior: his Joshua., the sailor his the child that is born on the
they pass through It. If they Ret down Jonah, the loving his John, the logician his feet high.A Sabbath days he was at the head of an army of 37 P ach tree Street. '
be day
and drink then they are to ,
? :t,, on pronounced all f.u1'8 lazy and, incompetent for the Paul. Instead of this Bible, which nowI Canton (Conn.) dog undertook to Is bonny and happy and wealthy 4,000. In a month he had 12,000 men STANDARDPianos

: ,campaign but If, in passing through the Bible can the lift child in can my hand-to instead Sunday-school of the do up a porcupine that he met in the and gay.Orthe. and had captured several importanttowns. and;
carry Organs.
Stream; they scoop up the water in the palm course of his wanderings. It took halfan S
instead of the little Bible the sailor can put month in which one is bornit
r# of their band and drink and pass on they are in his jacket when he goes to sea-if it had hour to get all the quills out of him, is said In the first three years Spain sent SHEET MUSIC, '
to to the men selected for the battle. I : S
been left to men to write it would have beena afterwards. 100,000 soldiers to tho island and MUSICAL MERCHANDISE..
marched down in the
c 4 Well, the 10,000 men thousand volumes, judging from the If a- girl is born in January, she ,
stream and the most of them come down on Colonel Edward editor of eighty-two armed vessels, and yet the
Leyh a
l amount of ecclesiastical controversy which be a prudent housewife, given to
all fours and plunge their months like horse has arisen. God's :s different fromman's. German in Baltimore Md. insurgents were able to hold their own. .
or an ox Into the water and drink, but there way paper melancholy, but of good temper.If I BROS.

are 300 men,who instead of stooping. just So it. but is in it is regard best infinitely to the Christian's best. mAn keeps as pets a couple of fully-fanned in February, a humane and affectionate At the end of three years the Spaniards FISEMAN

r dID the. palm of thetr hands in the waterand we had had the p'anning of a Christian's rattlesnakes. Their duty in the officeis wife and a tender mother.If had lost 68,000 men against 13,000 on Street ,

r bring It to their lips, "lapping it as a dog life. we would have said: "Let him have to interview the bores. in March, generous and impul- the Cuban side in battle, but it shouldbe ATLANTA, GA.. '"
300 brisk rapid en-
\ Those S
lappetb. eighty years of sunshine, a nnehousn to live The sive but be stated that 43,000 Cubans were arrested -ONE PRICE-
i thuslastia'men are chosen for the word "forest, as applied to apt to headstrong.If -
in. Let his surroundings all be agreeable.
4 campaign. They are each to take a trumpet Let him have sound health. Let no chill Bannoch Moor, Breadalbane's famous in April, inconsistent, not very many of whom died in prison. OXaO: .El.S .

in the right hand, and inside a pitcher the in the and left shiver through his limbs, no pain ache his Black Mount deer forest and many an intelligent, but likely to be good-look. The Spaniards: murdered thousands Tailors Hatters and Furnishers. % '1
hand and a lamp pitcher. ;
without regard to or sex.
brow or trouble shadow his soul. I age .
other in Great Britain where no treo
to blow the
? then at given signal they are
a the of others much I ing.If the South American
enjoy so Mexico and
prosperity republics -
1 trumpets and throw down the pitchers, and would let have muck now grows, is merely a survival. On in :May, handsome, amiable and
man as BOWMAN,1
., every ; the Cubans belligerents BROS.
So it done.Ittsnicht. recognized as
hold the lamps. was
Ba&noch still
up money as he wants and roses for hischildren's Moor there are plentyof likely to be happy. ,

$, ;,I IsfteagreathostotMMIanitessound JezreeL Gld- cheeks and fountains of gladness the roots bedded in the peat. If in June, impetuous!!, will marry : and in this country a Cuban '
; aslfen la the valley: of FINE }
glancing In their large round eyes.! But and be frivolous.If league was organized with the gover- MILLINERY
and early
eoneoinsunwLthbls men. Thft the Missouri 'I
Big Muddy as was
that is not God's It seems as if man : ,
way. nors of all the states except one as vice 78 Whitehall Street.
4 when everything is ready the signal crlven must be cut, hit and pounded Justin propor- called by the Indians justified its in July, passably handsome, but
and the 'throwdowntheplteher.and Among the atrocities OUR FALL IMPORTATIONS NOW IN.
: and blow the trumpets presidents.
they tion as he is useful. His child falls iron a name the other day when it was filled with a sulky temper.If .
up !>s. committed by the Spaniards was the ,
and has life dashed
third story window its
-1 of Mldiantte waktnir out with what graphically describedas in August, amiable and practical, ''
and the great host ?, out. His most confident investment was murder of twelve students who were LATEST STYLES,
of ft sound sleep take the crash of the tumbles him Into bankruptcy. His friends, "fifty miles of dead fisheo," which and likely to marry rich. LOWEST PRICES.
: crockery and the glare of the lamps for the If in September discreet affable charged with desecrating the grave ofa _
on whom he depended. aid the natural jUg supposed were washed out of the ,
J. coming on of an overwhelming foe. and they Spanish writer. The Spaniards also '
force of gravitation in taking! him dowD. smaller streams the floods and and much liked.If .
by were
and horri-
r run and cut themselves to pieeas His life is a Bull Run defeat. Instead of captured the Virginius, which sailed
in November liberal kind and
unable to live in the like waterof n TO AVOID THISIl7O US
r t; bljMBerish. he has onlv soup'
32.009( advantages : 10.0DO. Aye under United States colors to aid the
The lessons of this !subject are very spirited : ] the Missouri. of a mild disposition. '
300 at all. How good(
only none many TETTERINE
: value insurgents and fifty-three of the crew .
: and Impressive. This seaming'y ,
people there are at their wits' end about If in December, well-proportioned,
t lslnmptquartzbsS the pure gold in it. The longest, largest and most expensive and were shot at Santiago, H | The onT paiataa.and hanalanft
their livelihood about their ? Bet passengers
reputation fond of and S .
novelty extravagant. T of Jtae
dewdrop the meadow at Psa for the .rst. typ Ia. Sbet
smallest on .
in Continental
4 The they will find out it is the best way after railway bridge including tho commander, Captain T"tte". RingwoTmug1rougbpstGa.)

nfcht: has a star sleeping in its bosom, and awhile. God will show them that He depletes Europe, which, of course, excludes Fry. Others would have been shot but "I.! tie on the 1Ioce, crust.eo1 8G&Ip. 3
the most InsiirnlRcant Tassae> of Scripturehas A Ground tet.. ehafna. obspita-

in it a shining! ,truth. God's mint coins reason their He depleted advantages the just army for of the Gideon-same those of Great Britain, is that across Dlooclstoncs. for the threat of the captain of a British T: pl In...abort. Poi ili.*. horn 1TCBI9.ivy or Sand poison iOo.oak.m ..

A HO small change.:; that they be induced throsr them- the River Vistula between Forden, in gunboat to bombard the city. ,: C tan.iM or ib: to J. T. bhnDtno
may Almost has H
:I learn in the first* clfi e from this subject selves on His mercy.A Prussian Poland, and Culinsee in Ger every jewel a superstition The present rebellion appears to be SanDDah.ti"draffu d:.nt"kII. foroaa at box. if TOOT ",
attached it and
You erf fort to S
lawfulness o Christian Ktratesem. grapevine pays in the early spring: many. It was opened for traffic in some than the in You will Und It at CUAS. O. YMR'S: Atlanta.. .
know wIt! that the greatest victories tho bloodstone is not in this even more promising one I
very "How glad I am to get through: the winter! wanting
December 1893 and is 1450\ in
,, ever gained by Washington or Napoleon I shall have no more trouble now. Summer yards particular. The story is told of it thatat 18C8, and it is doubtful whether,Spaincan
Q* were gained through the fact that they came length. It was begun in 18S9, and
weather will come and the garden will be i send a force strong enough tosuppress
the time of the crucifixion
t when and in a way they WEre: not expected some ARO ,C
beautiful.1 But the gardener comes cost 8,000,000 marks, exclusive of the BLACKBERRY
vevy it.
4 faUln back to draw out the foe, of blood fell of dark
sometimes ? and cuts the vine hero and tbera with his piers. drops on a piece EXTRACT

& sometimes breaking out from ambush sometimes knile. The twigs begin to fall and the green jasper that lay at the foot of the Di..4tq S S
crossing a river on unheard of rafts!', Bichelieu's skull has been backin
y put
grapevine cries out: "Murder! What are The crimson through
: all the time keeping the oprxninz forcas in putting me for?" "Ah" says the gardener its tomb in the Church of Sor- RHUBARBI'OR
of the stone and this
what would be done xt.Ik structure
wonderment as to n\: ( ykjJP11.
kill If I did
"I don't to
# You all know what strategy is in military not, do this, mean you would be you.the laughingstock bonne, Paris, and. the cavity near by was the parent of this beautiful jewel. $ S ill ar

: affairs. Now I think it Is high time we hat of all the other vines before the season where it was buried when stolen dating The dark red spots and veines were -' -:' .
i' tills art'*anctlflei and spiritualized. In the [Dysentery Flux
the the revolution sealed with
is over. Months go on, and one day was up to the blood of
church, when! we are about to make Chris! supposed represent Cholera Mort...
1 : gardener comes! un great great the other day in the '
tian assault send word to the opposing ceremony Christ and wonderful propertieswere S
we clusters of grapes hang, and. the grape vine many tv > Cholera. Dlarrhaa
-. force when wa expect to come: how many presence of M. Hanotaux, Minister of attributed the It ,
nays: "Thank you, sir. You could not have to stone. was -....10)t
;. troops* have, and how many rounds of I done anything so kind as to have cut me Foreign Affairs ; of the director of the thought to the wearer from ag1jw- ; S ,'
:: shot and whether we-will com with artillery preserve JI 1 Mnmmer Complaints
with that knife. "Whom the Lord loveth Beaux Arts the vice-rector of the
!' infantry or navalry and of course danger, to bring good fortune and to Try It. Price 25c., SOc., $1.00.
T) He chasteneth. No pruning. no grapes; no Monaco
Academie and Princess of
,.i- we are defeated. There am thousands oft grinding mill, no flour; no battle, no victory heal many diseases.-New York For Sale by Druggists or write to
men who might be surprised into the kingdom representing the family. Srr. .
; ; no cross,no crown. Ledger. jr. S'to-va11.. Sro.itla::
w of God. We need more tact and ingenuity So God's way, in the redemption of the Gigantic remains of elephants have _ I MAN'UFAOTURINO PHARMACIST.
It is in spiritual Ii
In:Christian work. world Is different from ours. If we had our been found in a new railroad: catting A Happy Woman. i 102 Whitehall St,; Corner Mitchell, _
attain as In military, that success depends Ii
we would have had Jesus stand in the I ATLANTA.) GEORGIA.
way, At last I well and woman arain: ,
that of the castle which is in the of the Charente am a happy
v.z U la attacking part door of heaven and beckon the Nations up department i
thanks to McElree'sVlne of Card Ill. I have
t armed and intrenched.
I not would have had France. Besides two tusk of the
to light, or we : angels flying one
I For InstAnce. here is a man all armed on unsearch Buffered for four years from womb troubleof ( SULLIVAN 6. CRICHTON'Sqjethii
around the earth proclaiming the .,
thereare ,
of 9 feet
extraordinary length _
k ; All his of t
ri: the doctrine of troops able riches of Christ. Why is it that the cause the most horrible kind. Twelve years 5 S

argument and prejudice are at tbat particular goes on so slowly? Why is it that the chains elephants' molars and bones, re. ago I went to the San Antonio Hospital,where '

gate. You may batter away at that side stay on when Got could knock them mains of mammoths teeth of rhin- they performed an operation,but it left me ia ON] :ENJOYS

"E Ot'of the castle for fifty years, nnd you will not off? Why do thrones of despotism stand bison and anda Kings- ;
' oceros, hippopotamus worse state than ever. I went to Dr.
: take it, but just wheel your troops to the side Both the method and results when
& "j' when God could so easily demolish them? me AND SCHOOL Or SHORTHAND. 5..
of'the heart's affections and in five large number of flint implements.The ley and Dr. D. Y. Young, but they gave
. gate : It is His in order that: all generations of is taken it is The best and cheapest Botfcew CoDt In America.
way notable Syrup Figs ; pleasantand
minutes you capture him. I never knew co-operate and that all men know discovery of human relics with little relief. After spending $125.00 I was I lime abort. Instruction ,thorough. 4 Penicen. _

. 11 man to be saved through a brilliant argumetYou may they cannot do the work themselves.may Just remains of such antiquity is very un to leave my bed, and most of the time I refreshing to the taste, and acts Big demand for zndnatca.: Catalogue me. .

: cannot book men into the in proportion as these pyramids of sin go usual. suffered pains to equal a thousand deaths. On gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, stLLIYACIWUmN.I'rRidg..AtIa.t'Qs.IF : -

-Jr kingdom of God: by the horns of a dilemma. in the tenth of last October friend Mrs. Stevens -
up in height will they come down ghast- my Liver and Bowels cleanses the -
There is no in syllogisms. Here is II.man .
grace of
linens of ruin.I advised me to try McElree's Wine YOU BUYYURSHOES
armed on the subject of effectually dispels colds headaches
perseverance ,
learn the overthrow I
fromthls'snbjectthat Cardui. The first bottle did good and
Brick Work Built to
He does not believe in it. _
of the Mints.
and fevers and habitual
sudden and
enemies will terrific.
of God's be cures
got more and to-day I am a new woman : am
Attack him at that and he will
.a vere to the very point.last In not perse-be- There Is the army of Jezree of the! Midianites I down their in In demolishing a p'art of the Albert I able to do all my cooking and house-work. I constipation. Syrup of Figs is the FROM Bloodwnrth Shoo Co.

!tt Ueving it H'rs is a Man armed the mighty valley men are dreaming or victory.suppose: Mount warehouses in Liverpool it occurred to am running a boarJing-house and doing all only remedy of its kind ever producer .

44 4 'pa the Subject} of baptism. He believes Gilboa never stoo.t sentinel for so large a the assistant engineer in charge of the i the work myself. I still use the Wine, and pleasing to the tasto and acceptable They will give you pleasure _

t -- la Bprinkilng Immersion. AU your dissuasion host. The spears and tha shields of the work to make some investigations into always keep it in the hou e-it saved my life.
to the stomach in
1 of ecclesiastical hydropathy will not :: :: prompt Every minuteyou wear them.!
33 ,
Midianites gleam in the moonlight and MRS. M. J. METERS:
I the of the old brick work.. .
:.ch&ugehlm. remember when I was a boy glance on the eye o* the Israelites, who strength Applebv.Texas. S its action and truly: beneficial in its 14. VVh.1teha.11 Stxoet.CORN. .
;?Z :hat with other boys I went into the river on The wall was built about fifty years
I I hover like a battle of eagle, ready to swoop 110,,'. TIi1We ..: effects, prepared only from the most
i ft summer day to bathe, and we used to dash
; of hand-made bricks laid in AND
: 0 the
from the cliff. Sleep on, army or ago .
and its
d1 :'water on each other, but nevnr got any re- Midianites! With the night to hide them offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for healthy agreeable substances, SAW MILLS _
rolt that blinded and ground mortar made with Flintshire any ras of Catarrh that cannot be cured bylbll's FEED MILLS.
. ;; except: our eyes were them and excellent qualities commend it
and the mountain to guard strong many
all this of water between Baptists lime. This lime is ia a high degree Catarrh Cure.F. Water Wheels and Hay Presses. .
4 splashing
,1 : arms to defend them let no slumbering foe- J. CHEXKT & Co..Toledo O. to all and have:: made it the most MARKET.
:rand Pedobaptists never results in anything man dream of disaster. Peace to the captains hydraulio and has a reputation of We,the under..fsned, have known F.J. Cheney -
known. nel.aarb Mill Air. Co. 395 Atlanta.. 11a.CAPT. .
but the blurring of the spiritual eyesight. In him popular remedy *
4 ; and the spearmen. making mortar of exceptionally good for the last 15 years, and believe perfectly -
.' ;0ther words, you can never capture a man's Crash go the pitchers! Un flare! the lames! honorable in all Ira-inesM tiansa"tions Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 Best
:soul the which he quality.The and able to out
at point at is espaclally financially carry auy obliga-
;intrenched. But there is in every man's To the mountains! Ply.fly! Troop running engineer conceived the happy tion made by their firm. cent bottles by all leading drug- .
d1 against troop thousands trampling upon WEST& TRUAX.Wholesale Drngg'st-, Toledo. MOSHS Winlir
heart bolt that be shored. A reliable who
easily druggist
can Any
: ; thousands. Hark to the scream and groan thought of leaving a piece of it in the Ohio.WALDESO. '

A little child four years old may touch that of the routed foe, with the Lord God Almighty form of a horizontal beam having a KIKNAW & MARVIN, Wholesalelruggits. may not. have it on hand will pro- APPLE
bolt. and it will back, and the doors
; sprinar
Toledo Ohio.
after them! How sudden the onset! who
.'will swing open and Christ will come in. How wild the consternation! How utter the twelve-foot span and measuring about HalPs Catarrh Cure is taken internally! cure it promptly for any one For,the South. Ripens November keep* till d

I think that the finest ot all the fine arts is defeat! I do not care so much what is two feet square in section, seven tin directly upon the blood end mucous wishes to try it. Do. not accept any May. All varieties Fruit and"Iut .:reee.: 'j, _
:.the art of doing good and yet this art is the Mir pac -s of the sy-i em. Teptimon'als sent free. Vinet Berry Plants.-Roses. Ornamental -
Grape _
against me if God is not. You want a better courses in the height of a twofootwall. substitute.
: all
Price, ;)c. bottle. Sold by Druggists.
h1 *least cultured. We have in the kingdom of per Plant. &c. Send for new catalogue free.
.i God to-day enough! troops to conquer the I: sword or carbine than the I have Lord ever seen to go The ends of the beams were CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. W. D. BEATIE. Atlanta. Georgia. -
out and fight: against Omnipotent. E ery Mother Should Alwayn have
whole earth for Christ if we only had skillful Dot cut frea from the rest of the
t. GiVe me God for my ally and you may have II.bottle ot Parker's Ginger Toni{'. Nothing SN FRANCISCO. CAL.LOUISVILLE. -- F' '
: ( man UTerlnsr. would rather have the 300 work.A 189: Edition. Just Issued.
all the battlements and battalions.I tri'o i torpain.wl'aknccoldsantisleepie-snebli! /KY. NEW roar. N '
lamps and Ditchers of Christian strategem the "e.frauder' In his splendid house.It load of five tons -- -- _
t than saw ( centrally placed A Creflit-Boofc aii d Complete Directoryor
;k l 103,00) drawn swords of literary and
had God he
seemed as if he conquered as
v ecclesiastical fifteen hundred-weight was then
combat. gra.
stood amid the blaze of chandeliers and pier Out of sortsand S
a J' I learn from this subject also that a small mirrors. In the diamonds the wardrobeI dually piled upon it, and was borne i: Book, Stationery and Printing Trade. SIn

; ; part of the army of Gal; will have to do all saw the tears of the widows whom he bad for several days without apparent the United StAte and Canada ,

the hard fighting.; Gideon's army was originally robbed and in the snowy satins the pallor of eBect the brickwork. Finallythe no wonder. Think of the con With Capital and Credit .Rating Street
compose of 32,000 men. but they went cheeked whom he had upon add rf'S/i e5 In all cWes.' *
white orphans
; off until there were only 10,000 left, and that wronged.the The blood of the oppressed weight was increased to 8} tons, dition of those poor women who haveto Subecrlpt'on. $15 per vear. For particulars: S

was substrtctftd from until there were only which sustained for hours aUdrewW.G. ji'. WEYMOUTH,)I&D .*er.1JG .
z L $00. It is the same in all ages of the Ckrlstian glowed: in the deep crimson of the imported was thirty wash clothes and clean house in I Fifth Avenue.Sew York City.
trembled with the
chair. The musIc when the beam collapsed during
: church. A few men have to do the hard the old-fashioned They'retired : S .1 Yo .
1 toil. But the
' the of unrequltted way. S
down in
night and came pieces more
fighting. Take a membership of 1000, and COOD POSITIONS
S reefs of
of mirth dashed higher on
generally find that do the wave like broken timber than else. vexed discouraged out ..
; you fifty people coral aud pearl. The days and the nights anything \ :

S < work.' Take a membership oi SCO, and you went merrily. No sick child darea pull that Other tests were made with similarly of sorts with aching backs SECURED BY STUDENTS
find that do 1f ,
generally ten people the work. '
i doorbell. No bl" rardared sit on that
slIver astonishing results but the above are
,- There are scores of churches where two orj hearts.
marble step. No voice of prayer floated and aching Business Firms'SnpDlie'd With Help
t first-fate .
three people do the work. sufficient to show what really .
1 of
I amtdthattaipestry. No shadow a judgmentday /
S ;S I We mourn that there is so much useless I darkened that fresco. No tear of human brickwork in hydraulic lime will stand. They must be out of Richmond's Commercial College
, ''! ; lumber in the mountains of Lebanon. I
i sympathy dropped upon that upholstery. -London Chronicle. their w- ts.Vhy don't EatablUhed 1884. '
S think of the 10,003,000 membershtp of the strutted the hall and dissipation ; ({.

J Christian church to-day If ,039,000 of the Pomp filed her cup. and all seemed, safe as the t1E- they use Pearline ? Thatis Seed for Catalogue. SAVANNAH.OA.

.' : 'f names were off the books the church would Midianites in the valley JezreeL But Go i ::::

1: be stronger. You know that! the more Calamity: smote the money narked Scho3l Lunches. what every woman who

5''S; cowards nd drones there are in any army came. unhitched. Crash MONEY IN PECANS.

>:0. 5 : the weaker Is. I would rather have the The went partridge all the porcelain left its eggs pitchers! Ruin rout, "And then their foolhealthy; I values her health and strength _

S 300 unsifted:)( picked men of Gideon than! the 32,000 dismay and woe in the valley ot Jezreel! boys and girls need plenty of food, is to. And they're comingto MONIED MENAMBITIOUS NOW
host. The Christians there coming CLERKS
f many are Alas for those who tight against Go-i'! Only but it must be of the right kind, and .
standing in ths of all think layout opportunity to intMt ia thiPvcan L.r.eat
way process :
it is the duty of the church of God to ride two sides. Man Immortal which side are while denying them many sweetmeats it now, faster than ever. Every day, Pearline's fame Orchard I.. altA XV.rld. 41 Uaer.iia '
Woman immortal. which side are or.hSl'jja comisg into baanof. will an
? pro
over them, and the quicker it dow it the t you on? Do belong to the 31)' I that are it requires much thought and careful and its patrons increase in number. Hundreds of absolute Ciold JUDe when in fnilbaarine. flaad
i on you ..
you I grows for troa :" frnooa aitri fall 554
quicker it does its proapeetoa c *
duty. j I I I to win the day or to the great host of planning to provide a variety of whole ..
;going used who &rticu. K.A.:;wladvatBrowowood.Tazaa.
Do of have been by bright women
If millions
not 0 Christian have
S do irony, you to Midianites asleep iu the valley, only to be I some food eo that they will not tire of packages :: _
more than your share of the work. You :
had better roused up in consternation p.nd ruin Suddenly it. I think a child's desire for nn- want to make washing easy. 4Sl
thank God that Ha Das called you : the golden bowl of life will be bro en flIVIlO SXTO .

to be one of the picked men rather than to and the trumpet blown that will startle our wholesome foods can almost always be $31

: belong to.the host of stragglers. Would not The of the Lori changes in the w, will ahow bow S
L, soul into eternity. day overcome by frequent you toiua
YOU rather bs one of the 300! that fight than thie in the night and, as L Ue &e(t a CI.T;abwhiirty mn;w.fax J
the 22,000 that run? I those cow- cometh as a I II regular diet. LLwiE L nlmh tbavo. X and teach you ties ,
suppose Israelites the sleeping ... .
, the God armed upon work In locality where yo
I. .2 ardly. Gideonites who went Off con ratu7 -I foe. Ha! Canst thou pluot up courage for I "I try to have a little different aanJnar-.."ddre iaadw witha npiaJa.
7 lated themselves. bnata fully r.m.w.v w* S
They said: We got rid which: hath never luncheon for them to day, : ; cuao.a
carry every S
when the
of all the day trumpet >IM a elimr proiU or$3 for tnrrj ajr>
I that fighting, did not we? How I been blown shall speak: the roil call of the in which is always included a bottle of work: ai-**ntrT) .....; writ. 81 nM
: lucky we have been! That battle costs I lost KOUL aumCTCEUU: t'rWASI, 1st LB, Drtnit, 1IJLIS ...
and the earth dashing against: a
S i us nothing at all." But they got none milk Then the weather not too hot ; _
scattered to the
S ., of the spoils of the victory. After the battle stars meteor an-i,have oceans its mountains emptied in the air? Oh bread sandwiches, filled with meats Fertilizers for Fall Crops ;ARKER'S I
the 300 men went down and took the wealth. willbecome c H.ilR BALSAM I
of ? What fine scrambled cheeseor
i of the Mtdianites, and out of the and then, what will become you chopped egg, Claaiuaad bcantiflea th. hate I
platters ot their feasted.cups of me? fruits, are al.rays the basin of the PTOOIO.-J huunaat frovth.: I
A enemies they Aad I If those Midtanites: had only given up Potash to If aver Tails to Beater* Q-
. S .' the time will come, my dear brethren, before the disaster all luncheon, with a little jar of fruit of should contain a high percentage Hatv '-. its Tonthfal OCtm >
their swords the day -
diet a hair fT- S
I *
' .5 tad Chriat'the hosts of darkness will be routed would have! been well, and If you will now some kind, or apples or oranges, or insure the largest yield and a permanent enrichment -_ J
1riU say to His troops: "Well I have been kind with S
.. done I surrender the sins with which you bananas, something of the .
) ,
I ". .-,. 1- ","..... polls., my Be brave more men.than Go up and forever.take the" fighting! against God you will be safe. Oh, cookies for dessert, instead of the cold of the soil. A. N. U.................., iy coarse :

I '. ',' .- And in that day all deserters conquerors will be shot. make peace with Him now, through Jesus. often found in children's lunch illustrated book. It : imer hutli Us-. :
S Christ the LorJ! With the clutch of a drowning pie so Write for our "Farmers' Guide a 142-page ; / .

'. .'.. : : way A.gain.lleam is different from this subject that G:>d's man seize the cross. Oh. surrender! baskets. I find, too, that children are is brim full of useful information for farmers. It will be sent free and .r *vtrsshnur -

,> from man's but is always Surrender! Christ, with his hand on his lond of the English biscuits that Address.
1 the best way. If we had the planning of that to. very will make and save you money. i Sjrr Una's Tonic Lltrcr
side asks
r battle, we would have taken those 32.000 S pierced you you can get in tin boxes at any groc- GERMAN KALI WOR.K:;. 93 Nassau Street:.New York. intioa., Sit .tlirc cure for d1.- .
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c ;. ; ." all.d'we would have drilled them and t Slxt '" ,, aUlI'.1L7 a&4L G 'J.
:; r S marched them up and down by the day and There are sixty-four counties in Texas la ciiange: from the regular ookie!. e ..e'Asfe'' 1,Lfl tfluO.stn.ie S .. S

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( 'jUltHElEGRAPH.le'd belt. ems'itr) 'the) 'heaviest provision law for damages. The son-in'}jaw .; Dr.Powell's's -"Meyer'FiuV* FeyiT Cure ( ..a.OFDs AI.P Rr: -
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.i. / .ch'pl.' ever :known 1. here!" and avows thiatiUthe'oh1man'"WinS these Why '- may,be f flrOn sale" with" .xny'oT 'the following ) '-------r. ,, ., ,-
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which, w.ould do' .credit. ""to", section, ca .rle.\t|. -imnlediatvly. }kill his,., half. Five io America l _
PJ Lrrx*. r /, < .Ev'sry Fr1diyat: to years ago fewpersons J.GASKINS. Stance., Fla.STARKfi .-
wl hereottiing'I but "1J.'r'J' are of the cow. DRCO CO.. -VOEO. "' ".IJiEQ.
; V r55 4ffAPFQRD COUNTY, FLA. !' i ; i t hid'hea.rd'of Ramon'S Tonic : : i
: 8. ROACH & BRQ.. New Fla.
p .* *. s.:w '_ ._?"_:. ;__. J 'grow nCon, !i>jqui>ntly I our' people Liver Pills aad Ramon's H. C. PARKER & BKO.; .- !'River" .'*.* Office with' Starve prps Co.,.
ar e. 'ind't-pendent far Po,$lbilltr <'r a Oar|( Uorc.om O. S. YOUNU. Fla. '
practically t-o : Hampton
P ATTHEWS and B. J. FARMER. Tonic Pellets.; -T -da they, HARVEY STARVE, :T 'r FT A;
JARKETT, Lakeside, Fla.
the De .
the conFl 1
.obUfhera! and Proprietors. as necessaries. .of"life"' arc,' pre used id thousands of households. R. W JONES; LaCrosse. Fl4.LUKE T?' "

r.$ L--, .?_ .ce, A, .ed.?? : ((\:t'ntt'tcil lI, Senator Call, \.VIi t has worked this change? -," M. M. DR1GGERS DRA WDEY.. )rifte eke Bill;Fla. 1a... T..tvLTM.pi._- '

r r -' SUBSCRIPTION *- ..;_ IIK. ons.: t1aIks? P lIght'ltyY: D. o, Four different things. W. U BLAIR; '" ... 'OFFICE AT -. L. Ab'WVP n P '

.,......,....:',..,... ........'.pn.. .......IJ.OO :I. '. .DOUGIf.J' KitTY AND' THC. CII"I\\! ', Glorg-l' P. Rapey, I.:red.h 1. This is not simply a liver pill JOHN R. L. JONE.1'pt'ntIne.A. KINO. take Butler. ,,Camps Fla. Diseases. r ,fc of Women ;Children a Specialty.. -,.

.. t ., ...... ........,.........; .FO SENATE.. .',"; 'Ef; hlaiiiinond, James P but aij entire treatment. It 111. C. GILL. *? ,. Thirty. t'a1'8'., bpellf'DC .

... .. ."! :I .$t:tff '........ ....'....... .23 The Bradtord e 'l 1': liaf rrlI, I :i.: Nlij I >, JS. R.: :\Iil is i ii 'a complete substitute for a physician J.TOWNSEND DOJVLINO: BROS; '*. f" )'I'AKj.- :-.. r FLA. ., '*
; Wity ''i S S.J. rRESCOTT. F1 ITCopra
ami il. Sampson \
) J'arklll'tl are M-nn- iu liver troubles. i .
bt liev<' Charlie iJqujOierty C. H. HOUQHTON. Jtlddlebunj:Fla.ODOMBROS r L. FRAfEp. 2.LTT'Y
I- I nter, r in r the Poetofflce at Starke, Fla, as pecr' i-iial timlier )'at1\ I to ue ri>iindc,l 2. It: costs only 5c., when Ihs .,' Providence, '. J. t' ,
ond-claw Matter. ever thought senoiislv of succiedinirMr. -iduii ; W. K. BYNUM Fort White,FJa.. A ANp LbJs1I41)t: At' ;*
to Ilt. chatiil her ofIJniie'd medicines
t up ) same if purchased separately .
: Call! "Jt matters )Jit t lie what t his- HENRY & WILSON. l rew. Fl*. .. '
% tilt.h Stales. .Of the aboist \', would cost 50 to 75 x HIGH SPRINGS ML'U.. 'CO., High Springs, Fla.... A\ r :

fg t' \"""Starjce, : _, Fla.. Oct.- 11' 1995.P statesman the from. The Volnsia' ; thinks}have of li all) ':'," ijiM-Culite, except' the I 3. The remedy'works gently and J.JOliN1.H. JOH. CART S. Houston Melrose.' .. S T4IUt '- !'t_ -

J'7 ;;:;-w-. idea of af ef' him people the .no s.eiiator himself! ; \\ bile I he; fight! i isOI not violently. It does not arouse a S.F.L.J RIVERS.WEEKS. Newnansrille Mikecvnie. "' No.: lIJoeB1c1.! -

f .'REGARDING. his senatorial. candidacy sendji.g ? to the't'tlatt' tig on among! these gentlemen nnjay feeling of weakness but makes you J. O. COLSOrj, IJteRville' '' I' J.. FIELI)8, --
The above West
K j c'/lmt'R from ) I ly 11 i-iiiife for a i.lack! horse to feel steadily better from the first day. L, M KON, '- Mason. :' :Ji'i .. -
; Mr. Chipjey! neither denies the .. N U. HAY;, I.Crosse. "
Palm G-izet the ffhiph .
r eer, editor fntJCK ,
} .UUT, and richer)) men than; Flakier, 4. 'It is absolutely harmless. Sick 05 : il A9& V1AS'FER tR,

t tl J i op. nor defies the "alligator.)' paper i is talking tlnpugh hi Piar.t ur Duval, :aie a'lre 'd1Ilt'lllhtrto. well, it 'can not be a bad thing tQ Southern' Chemical ., ; Agent for Camp Broc\ Brlcir.. LJrn" & Cement,

:, > --- h at. He lives too' far' from civiliza- o f the United States: St'Ja't! take, as it purifies the blood. and. S. Starkc. .j Fiji., i STAKKE, -' -' FLA. *i

r TUE'. Times-Union i is. devotiu ion to keeptup with the 'I limes, tones up the whole system. Sole i1tr. &

>::4* ey little space to accounts ofjjenator and whatie- } says xljmild be overoqked. A Great Couu-y., Why not try it for those"occasional. ., :. IR-.A.c ..
New freeze. '
Smyrna! : F rom Gatnetvillc headaches? It will stop them. -
Call's meeting. Has t1eFimesUnon $the . Democrat.. ] LEGALJMQTICESNotice. -
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tor25c.5: rv. .r'- /r'o'
The Breeze's boxes$1.OO.
assertion that Dadtounty tU dealers orma.Il .
'' Ont of state pol. '. 0 Isn't it about time the southern fc *
gone BROWN MFC CO.. New York. LIFE
( is too far rcinoyed from s that : : ,
1'1t. stopped using stereotyped 12 '
:jtic$ or has jt Abandoned.Mr
-.- civilization. for' the editor, of. its leading "What the South Want?' For Sale by ai.,. GASKINS IK BE ESTAIS of JOHS, J. L.lIiDJ: .& ;p.t ACCIDENT.HelUble .. 11

TUB! poljtjpal pot i is* already be- eading paper to f'keep up with! the rhcso'.ith kno\\s exactly \\ hat slit To Mariah Q Lamb widow of naid deceased and OpJ'! Lhe 310.' ctszjauIcflpretiented. \
\\ants, and is going to get what she HAVE YOU WO IS X GLASSES? t J. B. Lnmb, Maggie Lamh. widow of R. W. 11
: ginning to simmer in old Bradford. ti imes" will not deter tljaj! section i Inmb decease )I. 51 }.. wants. Ip fact, the is getting it ''Card.1.. E. Addams wit hl J. B. A"Maiu, F. J DAVIS & CO. Starke

par politicians! are grooming their f our state! fronj growing' and! pros r iglil along. Her, peop'e were .down If yon have not tlit-u think about II. of O. Lamb-said John Ll L.J.Lan Lamb.brand dt''eat-ed.G.P. I amb.and children Amel.aAnell. Bt .., ,. {___...

for the campaign of next op it has i in i in the : Perhaps youi eyr-s ache at times; probahly ,AN hue Allen John Allen
Jaypnfe.9 Bering! as 11 jone a phenomnal depth?; thirty years ago, but mid Ljll'e, At erf. C1VII ENG1EER.t: SURVEYOR. t
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children Jane Allen nUns
; such
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use grandctnldren
after much vision becomeslilurnd '
: ,yr! lR.! lu-ft 'n i'callon? point to a m ) degree sinqe the a4 f'llt'of rail- they have risen master of circumstances your of the said John J. Lamb and to. all. others 1 F. KISSEYines
anti and! indistinct. You not who mai be intert'te,1. \ ,
have been and may
1vy! Jime. Turn the racers on toP oads ipto i ihs( fertile cop? tines. are no\v : NOTICE 1 U hereby and'erein jrfven. that on S TA2IE., \ : : FLORIDA. :
I be tinublt'c! in either of tlit.W8)8.. aud
building nji an empire of''materialprospeiity day Of !November A. D. 1883,1 sjial -, ----' '
t So far as the senatorial successions i that is destined' to aston yet you iinvu head.iche: hf'er rending.: It ,I as administrator of said decedent's estate; make reolatte j
_ npphlication to the Honorable Wm. F.Malph. rs. C Hygfrographic I 1opographIc.f
Marion Free i cojicfei'iied! if the Breeze has leHtkd i io.l hi the l world. Keeping pace with is sEe to say; that glasses! sue required.. County 'Judge of the County o( Bradford, and ana RaiiroaEngitierlng., .
Tp press jnsisls State of Florida for an order decref ing the sale .
l itself intc l her increase of c.Llih'bcl' t Thousands (f with weak -
) belieyips that the \\ educational persons eyes of the following described lauds Mtuated and being
4I ''r. Qougherty should l be in. : In the said of Bradford State of Retracing land specialty rrofessional..
County :Florida
people of Florida have ever thought institutiors :11'' growing inimportance ti aye been \\'IHli"'rfuily telk-ved by the Jra wing and accurate estimates Iurninhed opplication.
; ited meet BJr. Call in Qcala.Jf ; Lenses. and belonging to the'estate of said d'-jceden a TfU ears'active Servicdla t1e fleld.LAiND .' ,
IMW.kcrntaiz A
tp ( with theTall l number: and influence, use of -. II except so much as may be.allotted ro Matiah U

Mr.: Dougherty} still has the cpl- aeiibu.sly qf adorning and there are few things in this large l propo.-tion, of these 'were so lI .ch Lamb Tho,aa north and half for her of dower southwest m the quarter same, te-wit and :1'acres SURVEYING.Government

iossal appetite. that the Tennessee Sycamore of the Halifax"! ppe of world which the south can'l have il I iicnefilUtjjai.t. I in i tslioit. while they on south side so'itlrvrest quarter of northWESt *" ; *, v .
the desks accordedth 1e'rn the : quarter.: Section 18. township 5. range 18, -
; ;
papers fpld) ,UR about a feweeks she wants them.Encourage. Were nbe. !. to, ui--nsc. [, Wits!. glasses entirely and the southeast quarter and east half of southwest Field Notes Ilsed,
National Senate the editor of the l quarter, and 13 acres on the south side ol .
; and Mr. pall does not . the southeast quarter of the northeast ouarter, in Lands.
.ago carrywith The Ec \lor. fitted and l.fit jection 17. I", and north. Locating! .
Gazetteer has himself) a All eyes: ( guaranteed bySttirLe township 5. range the y. -
proven '
I !him! as he .did to Pensacola, : From the:. Augustine Kens. Co. half of the northeast quarter and northexst quarter ,
nucb more discerning! observer of ; .. iiiusr; oCt northwest quarter,section 2Q,township Drainage and Irrigation Systems planned,.
: the wherewithal r o' gratify his pencbaqt '1 he editor can awa's write more -' 5, range 18. and the ,I'Orthwefit quarter of tbeDorthwt'Stqudtt..r. Landscape.GardeLlhg: Drnughting.Uood inhtruhienui. ,
t ihe trend of public sentiment by There !* ont- medicine \bjcli every .section 23. township, range I .: Accviratdwork.. '
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for liquid refreshments! the cheerfully of the business interests. 1 k;. contuinlng 5lX5{ acres n'ore or'laMs. and these II. k.
asserting that I no sucji' idea e\ei of a town when his columns liberally family! hlimild be pruvidi-1, witli.'e are to cite and admonish all persons interested to -LAGEROREN.Scaike.'. ...
:: "talr ipts aqd bibulous resorts are I be and appear l>efore thw Honorable Wm. I t*. Maiphuk" .__ ____ _
'f entered. the heads of Fljridtaus. tilled with the aavc/"tis rncnt" refer to Cliamberlatn'o Pain Balm Comity Jitige afore-ai at the County I i1 .- -,-._ -' _"- .
: .Ibould prepare for a gala day. I ; I vVbcn; it is kept: lit 1.:ind the severe pain. Jiide'sc'ftIcelii the Town Starke and County 8OC1KTIES.JORADJORD -
$ ._ If Mr. Dougherty has thought of the btisiiies bouses. No editor of liradforcl, on te sard. ?ih day. of November, ,' T -_ .
i f Miiid; b I .- w. --y.-
; the doctrine of a Ijinn or mav .<- promptly iclieve'd .Ii.l j. -r---. _
can adyocate
,' n" Q C'ULBERSOK. Of Texas, seriously qf r" succeeding Mr. Call it bll'illg.frJin' h and the ore' he.ileil! ;n' much, less'; JLOYD'. L. LAMB, L.ODGE:NO. 4ft.F A. JL ?
home ,
merchants, the .: Administrator.
-.. palled a special tes8jPH}] of the is the more unfortunate, for. him;. home merchants show they are interested' time linn win! n ml'cljclIIs to be sent': Oct.' 3rd,A.D. ISOi-10-1.5t Meets Thursday night' before the third Sijjjdar

legislature to secure the passage of because. it can. nex er be. To uso a I in catering to the hometrade b tor. A spr.iin may be promptly ireatedbit'me Master! sale. in w.each' 'mooth.vWiI.MUCIUV. ,,.S ... F.' MAIJfHVVS S. .., W." Ht.r

11 law that would prevent. the! Cor- trite expression, he is "pursuing, a by advertising'in i tilt.. columnsof jolt'tnrtti.HI set Il! uhitli! insures,j {
in nti nit one-thiid ihe lime I ollerwi J4LODGENq.1QLQ..q.1Regniar ,
"''i hett and Fitpirrjmons i boat from forlqrn hope." the local paper. 4 cure" --I I|! TlJfDIvR and by virtue of a decree of 'oreoloJ -
,. It is to the editor to; :e iffiuired.: COts a!'d bruises should: sure. and sale duiy; tnade, and entered Sep Meeting'rery Tuesday night It). teIZ .
depressing .
I'P .-Uking place in tjat) fltat. For :The! people of Florida I have, made. find bushier' ine'n patronizing every i-Lt-ivo, *'immediate i nllt'lIl1on I bi-fom IheplIt teniber the fourth 3:'th.Judicial 1A i in Circuit.and by State the Clrvtnt of Florida Court of in hall. Traiisient. brother' cordially E1E. JOHNs Invited.,'N G.' -

J-his i extravagant, act be \* getting a up their minds to unburden themselves advertising fake that comes along, :!!tCI.I.1C swolUu. and ,Wlttn. Chumiierl I I I and chancery for Bnulford therein pending i'ourty, in whereinV.a certain. T cause Weeks iu AV. N. MKACHAM, Sec. ". -Y -

whole! Iqt of praise from Florida, of a ,man who dots not measure and at the same tune the names ul I "tin. %{ 1'nin Hilm I i is npplitr.l I will l.tnlliuni I, is Cleiamuns complainant Dinah and Terrell Bisbee and Sebrou Cleminons.Terrtll GusI urn" V' TARKE LODGE NO..Sr,K.., OF. P.: ., I

[(.p pe..1'f. From the came sourcejRoyerpor up to the standard of excellence those business men are rarely, if I uitlioiu m.itk-r lid :tg formed aid delendants. a will sell to tho highest bidder for -. -

t q Mitchell, if he had pur- that they have tiet ill; for a United ever, seen In' the advertising columns williMMt Iciivmu' :i t>(,'. A ole Ihroat,. ton cash.!n of In Starke front of in the i-aij Court County House Of BradfordON door in the In Meets Odd Fellows'every Thursday Hall.' evening J WlLLSJ. at T:30o'clocx C/CL rk iJ, __

t of the l local nu \' ". I may: It cured in one ni:ht. A'pi.lce i'fflun'ifl : MATTHKWS,.K. R. S --7. "
t ued the with reference States Senator and Mr. Dougherty NOVEMBER 4TH. 1>05. __ ___
? sapie course ) liniment '-- ,_ __________ o.1rI
dampi'ued willi I llns nndiM.iind 1 -S--- .
The i.tme being the irst Monday said mouth :

4 lo the. Corbett-Mitchell ll coptest, and I. his coterie. uf, friends. and'ad.. i Mfin: & Politic. Aiitl. nell. :-luli. I i\a over I tls -e.it' of pain: will Cut C anJal ale*)tai legal oalee legal hours of, !tl }t 1'Hrltt'! (

1t; would I have got-the &vp. The mirers may be' assured that they From the Daytona Gazett .Xews.J) l.une'l'Hrk: or pain in th! sidu' or chest !u' I JloIrcd and iota o! follQwingdescnbltJJJit'Cf'tI. ) U'i

with make the" mistake There be much I w hours. It is the most valuable I. m the town of Stark County of Bradford and tTHpppT"
rapidity whiph conditions arc not going to seems to surprise- nly-fnur : :'ta't iif Florida to-wit: Lot number three (3) Services: eyer Sunday at 1ocJo:

change! i is remarkb1e.VERiFiED.'REpIPTIols.. of jumping -'from the 'frying in the state that the Baptist Witness however for rlu-iimatisin. IVr- in tin* northwest (n w) corner of block numbertnufi : 7:3i) p m. Sundayschoo at' 930 o'clock k' in.'
very. pan ,). h e-; one hundred ul five feet lID ft) ;; : i
into the the.Children a religious l'CI', 'should have sons Kfl;iclfdvilli thi- cli''a"l'Il; bedelighted imitir in) "and south (s) and flfry-two-and out; Prayer meeting'. pesdar..evenings at. 1-JSO't :

---- something to say 'on. 'the political I willi the prompt lehef from 1 of hifr..t!Call 'trf( :%- ,In m M-ction e-ifrt (e) and nty.eijCht west"w)(.sec north 28; o'clock.: The >acramtnt of thp,Lord's.: .Supper,. ,

especially. infitiits, soon question. Many of the papers arhui'ntitid paiu which il ilford-, and It can l-ju tltrpendeil township 'ix (ip K) south ol' range twenty t'otolsl will be'adminjsu! red: bt the'flrst Sunday of each, ".t
It will be remembered that ] *. dIe. (s) oftr> C Z e), coztjui:ing. one-eighth. of month at. the close. ol! the morning service.Rev. .
that such .
during effect "
run down with Cholera liifuuiuni or a good papershould upon to !i complete. cuie an acre. 3L H. Outland I pastor. .
session of the "':5lunm'tr into the muddy waleis Fcr'i.ife Slavke Co. .\1"". .the f-.ll.iiviiig doswil)"l lot lying aodm ; .4
4he J|a' legislature complaint. get by Drug!
4 abill Dou't wait .
___ .,_h. ._h__ < in the to'y oi c.1HI1It'h e-eiplrth b PEESBTTIRUN. ,.' ,... .'; ;
it (] 4cImine. l hut It De Witt's Colic andCholt of politic. If the politics of the/ Of ay acre known, RS tiie 3..trtr Jrtt. described > <
was produced having for .
Services Su>
For Id giippe use Dr. Powell's, Fever ami bounded foJlowCeinj two hundred every 'dny at 10.30 oclock.a,m.'t
jobjecf tjie relief rf the! people of the ; 'i"CutC'promptly., you cau rely on state are so' bad as to contaminatereligious a ft and ten fuel (:\11 ft> more or'les-s north (ii) aDd and"p, m.: Sunday tcliool at 9u.'ml 'Christian ; "
Cure. : "never fails"
no'Jlher.. paper or man, it is high ._ to cure it. south (sl aod fifty-two anJ 'one-liaf leet (M>i I Endeavor'i..eetlng at o'clock. p. 'm,. Prayer .
wlio it. Use .'. St&trkeDrug. Co. .____:______ -- .. ft) ettt tl') arid west (w) bounded 'on smith'fs : : *
belt ) meeting '
were seriously \ time Wednesday 7 ctJ
jorapge ---- that the Christian men of Florida by Call street Wt'"tV) by a street. a-d north niugs' at" 30- *o'clock.Rev.S.'C.Farispastor . .. ."
jsrippled! finanpially i by the freezes of WITH FLOKIOA EDITORS.; i took a hand, and, living up to "For Charity Sulfereth Long." (II) by a street and on the tost(?) By land .;. r'.,
owned bv. JIi-s Eugenia E.1aid.. vife. wf 'Yd- ..
V -* f their the liam J1'11r.., _
.. last winter.: Bradford' talentedjoratorf professions/clean out corrupt F. Ed wards.

7 '.Colopel James T. Wills ...intilnc i >: JarJy.the .' and vicious elements and put in f J. L. FRAZEE f A. V.Special LONG Master. each"luontl Services on jthe,second an fqtjirtfi 3abbat ..of .
at 3 o'clock plm.
From Citrus County Chronicle.] good men.e iso impropriety Compluj: utt'. Attorney.-10-1 f.zMaster's Sabbath hool_j ':
opposed the passage qf tho bill | Ian sep _,__u__.. _-__._-_.___ at2.oCIOfP.. nil. every Sabbatlv..JtC-.F! ,,R.,
the Witness stating its views .
in and
politics I in Citrus : Hotmail **"
county! arc getting w rectoh.
eloquent : Sale, 1 ,
speech' paying a high' warm, and! the j 1't SIl'C! (! are telling the truth A man ought not DtPII.J1, :

triltetq the thrift! and industry of4hot : that full 'of cal ry; politics into religion, but then 1 /2 V91h r. .
a crop panUidales, will. ]1 TTXDER, a.d !hy rirtiie of a decree cf forectoj rrlc3 Qn tlM? first and th ilI8 aadayj .o .
.e citizens'\vhq had been injured I I be. out. in a short.. time., is no reason w1iy'to man should not \* sure und. saleduly made and entered Sep ecitnohat'. lOj3&cioka. m,'aid 7 JO p. in., ,\
tember ar ) 18 ,
Ii[ in and
0' bv the Circuit Court
Sui ch.onl 'er "
carry'jus day at ,9nca.'m. meeting
rehigjoi.intoliis Praj .
. .and avowing jthgir ability :and de- the fourth Judicial Circuit. Sjato of Florida, I la .i
I r1aJ) -' .. and for Bradfufi Couaty, in a certain cause in Wwtaesday' .'eveninus>, at 7 o'clock. ,.'ReT.'p.W.. 1 r,
torr \ ,0
; term)nation tQ strew the'path ofJthe : Afnica Salve. iy Chancery thtrnn pending, vrhrrrin The Land Corr., psstor. .".
From tho Qulucy lleralj.) Mortjrase Dank of I '
lorid (Jnilted .
. disaster with of The best I-alin the World for cuts, Kd/JjA tion 01 ) a corpora !
1vJ i Great !
_garlands pros J Britain are i.p'ainunts! aa'l Ma:
k The latest reliable news from Cuba urniseH, sores. ulors;Halt nieum" fever 111i'f: E. Moon and The Florida Fis,ince Co. and O.
'r pe$ y: V'ith.out lljQ} Jcl of the state.: relates t the fact'th'at) ; eight"men' toner: fJP.f//f/ ... .5 A'JIJIJ) i' Gritflif and J. II. Barker are"lief.-ndaiita i wi }
0 sores, chapped Ijiiuda': chilblains, sell to the hUhest bidder fQra..h in front>f th
MrVilIs! eio/juenco! and fervor soJmpressed held a pass. ouje members of the corns, and all'skit 'ubtious, and positively Court House door iu the town of irtirke.m sat r 'vtA. : .
County of Bradford .Jr"
1& tho members of the house.of legislature must havp loaned'it! to curea pils or m> p,y required. Itit ON NOVEMBER 47H !
them, but the mall number of giumnU'pU .o ..Ie t>c-rle"-satisfaction 1-95.
Jlh t the constituents I. The same being the
; Representatives !': passage who it or ujoiioy i-eI tI tletf. Price U? cents per and algal sale first Monday of said wont
were givesthe day. dur the legal Ilour1S
..of the bill, was rendered impossible, bi>x. for sale by SlarKe Drug Co., and sale on said da>, the following described pieces,
wnole stqi I'Yvery f fishy flavor. John A. KiiiK) L Ik Bullet. paIIs! or lots of land '
and I : I U sitUute 1}ing and being in JACKSONVILLE' ,4.
: thus a very Considerable num- --- --.'- czp the County Bradford and State of Florida and ,

: .berQf the best and most industnoiiH9f A Mooted Question. Don't Tobacco Spit!(; described w as follows to-wit: The northwest (n ajitl, .
: ; 4) J'iarter of the northeast (n e }4) qiuricr, *

.cit e : our staty' were spared I From tho TAmpa. Times.\, Or. bwnkc. ,your life away is the* truthful. Mrs. Laura c. Phoenix.! Hilwaulcee. WI.,. the the i-oiKh rioithwest half (quarter s'f) of southeast(n w h)quaner mid tue(se south#:), the, .

the .JmmHialion of being viewed The state papers are again discussing ;- bturllnur I title of a hook HIout i-To-liac, ".at.-oq 9f a JienevolettS Home half (s 'J) of section thirteen (s.ec U, township
,. in and the seven (tp T), south range tW' nt\-two east ((8 2ie '
knowing good Dr. Miles' r '
.thjj convict lease' Wstem I, the Jjuimless, gunrnnteeii Tob.it.-co habit I Nervine ). containing six hundred crt-I
i the, 4'gh.t of pen iQners.i and it is hopid; that a satisfactory' cure lli.-U! bniccs up; nicollnizeii nctvet, has done me, my wish to help others, overCOmes Terms cash; purchaser pajinj for more titleS or le-s.' JT1 & K1.W1 1.The 1.
: i my dislike tor tho S V. LOXu.
1,1: ,is doubllQss Jllr. publicity this
to solution of the jtrouldesomo problem; eliminates the nicoliuQ! poison makes letter may give me. In Nov. and Dec, 1893 I, I I J. L. FRIZEK. Special )Master.. J

; *: Wills., as .,. i is tQ .everyone ,else', toJiote I may be r :phed. This qut-fition has weak fjieii, gain eliCit;!:". vigor'and. man The inmates had the ""LaGrippe -CopipIaiants'. Solicitor.-10l5ts '

: ,that !h.is predictions for. jheIfuture give more or le;s ,trouble to every: hood.., You. run tu physical or 'Unancialrik. I and I was ono.of the first. Besoming duty Slwrjff' Sale. ,

.. 9f the people of the slate in the union, and' the grounds : as No-T,i-Kic; i*. sold by J.'L. Gus. did too soon, with. the care of so many nick I Jacksonville-! .;
: orange.belt not regain mr health, and In a month .
verifledihat complaint and'remedies "suggested kills under t> guarantee lo cure or i money became go debilitated and T ;PER. :nd by virtue of a writ of Sfaivued and- ..
i. are [9 haye all been pretty much along refunded lim.k I.b're. Ad-.lrusc tiillnitdy from sleeplessness and tho' Denotes :- out of the IrcuJt Court Fouith Judicial Tampa : :
: .these,people hayo so amply sustained the line. .the svjlie ) ell New York 'r Chill"gl" TIM drafts mado on: Circuit,state. of Florida in and for the county of I: :
same &x Uaine< my vitality that It a. question if I couldgo rndfu' in a certain cause'' therein pending i Ky Wet"I .5.
tbe taken for Democrat For fcale > .J. L. Gaskins."Wlijle I on. A dear friend wheiTih-Ahce Hudson and her husb wl J. -
,pr9jid position them, sagely! remarks. "it's advised mo to try Hudson JL.
were plaintiffs and Eliza I

.- and, .unaided. ., are ,bravely working r of hard :J.o evil.bring thingi"any: .good" results: out down jn; ihu- &(:u b Wl'tcr1 part I Dr.I took Mile 2 bottles Betarative and am happy Xerrinc.to say I am lag defendant described;a levy propert filLS;been i>f the made defendant upon the, foUow-1!was i I & : Rflw.yj ;S,; :

bout their,own .s\1 l.i.9n. That such; an
: ri ie thecase shown! by the editor IIf the Chico (C.il.) E'n. Its occasional ua< as tt nerve food, south west quarter range twenty-twoeasj section twenty-four; township liv i }, : :
pm pcr.ity. Sbeat and
.. .OppoMed fo p oEdiicatLoi.Frornthe ., tt-rprisy. ""1 hud; ILn'I m'jack of as my work Is very'tryin.. A letter ad I I Ad I "will sell the same at public outcry in ::
4. COlr,9VP: .pounty and furiher Green Cove Spring.] dressed to Milwaukee Wis.,'wlll reach me." front of th *. court house door in the town of SouthLiQfc : _
Having hu-ifd of Chmnheiluin's Colic..1| June Starle dUTi p the legal hours of sale on 1\lonlta \
6,1894. ) 4
; ,at tested hy the following paragraph!! Hon. \V. N. Sheets, state superintundent :- Chol ra and I l ixrrhoi-a Ht-iiu it.r I bought :I Dr. Miles MRS. LAURA C. PHOEMIX. der th 4th day Ct oven ,IO,to the highest bid I. &:: -
Nervine for cash.
. Clipped ,fropthe Orlando Reporter, of I'"jl,: instruction, has u Iot lie A coup'e of tliiM-s of it complettly !' guarantee that the first Is'eold battl"on willl a positive neflt. -10-4 :t SherI! Bradford E. .K: JOHNS.County. 'Thl'Ong) :, "
a long article in tlli"TaH:1heall ('urt'il me. Now lam chimpi: 11..ftrt g1sts sell It att.6 bottles for$5 or j
,paper published 1.p.a where of i of r Hint reiie.dl tor all btutBucb Hilt bowel 1 .the"'D & n re ,p of price Notice to Debtors and the i
in the Creditors
yesterday reply to al .'
\lbe ojJe.depended ,almost ct'tnpbtitt.. Tor bale b SturKe Indo
c p entirely } Drug
attacks make on !him in the matter I .

1 I upon orange.cllt! rc for a livelihood: of tjie law passed by the l last I?gis'.Iature' __. '__ _. ,, _. ,, __. ..' __. : I Dr. Miles' NerVine X V>OTIC'E debted; hereby to the estate given of that Mrs. Casander all persons Add In-- .He-art.QtF1o.rida1.! i

;. .. ; IB t.few ,countries could brook, prohibiting"coeducation of Restor' Health son. deceased late of Bradford count). Florkla, : it

"as, Florida ;:has, done, such a disaster the races \| -. Sheats js dignified Twenty Years Proof. I 1 1 will y,pay aud..11 the persons came to the having undersigned claims against wfthou:said de Ask .

8 befell her.laijt February. When in his reply but he hits hard. It estate must present them. duly authenticated
i. ; Tut/'s Liver: Pib) J keep the bowels .1 within two j.ears, or this notice will be plead i in" for "
j ome..iympathetic representative o f in a matter that may have to be You bar ot their recovery. JOHH ADDISON.
(_ 4a, pore fortunate. section of the tested in.the Unit i 'zf States. .courts:, in natural. ;oticn' and cleanse Caet _Aug/__ :23. 1885 St Adm llisrrator.. Tickets. svia J. .

!. tate, Jntrodnced, a ,bill! in the_ has but shoals has done his part nobly the iyitcm of ail Impurities. An Ferry's Seeds at :yonr dealyrs* i I READ .theJ.'T.; & .K.. .W. '. 41
; legislature for the relief of the 1m efforts as fresh I *
in to get'ras ed and: and fertile as tboveh *
absolute cr.c for r5lck: he idaphe you gt them direct from II \ritQ, the General Passenger .,1;
.; \ ;orange ,counties whicli had I upholding the law. Seed arms. i"er'ry's" I THE TWO-TLMESrA-WEEK "! -
\ ,beeri ,p ,cruelly touched I by! the -- dyspepsia, sour stomach, conitipation II I \\nEKJS I Aren't- for formation.. i .. ,,;,
> -Veze, representatives from tho Tlie tllraorat 1all. end' kindred" diseases f RRYS SEEDS' 5AVANXAH NEWS !::1 I.. (kJ)! ..th4RLY t.. .,.:)
\ counties, full 'of appreciationjiitended From the Jacksouville Metropolis.! ]] -.1.Ce1 "t
1 .
c:4.' m" kindness.!, absolutelyTOUT The mea'nest man in the world} is i "Cati' '.1'1vN. :.1U41'Jem' I I are known and planted evcryMliere -. I I fAX[ 8P.tIAPEI I \\". IJ.. .,'COFFIN. Agt. \

; t!ynS their constitpendeno .said to .be in .Pcnn \'IJ."ania. He Ii- beU., P and rrj"are. Ser4 nlivay Annnft"* the '1 I,,!| IO1( DIE: A 'Y.E \R Gen'l Sup'j. "

i xi.n.ot to become pub sold bis on.in.laoue.i lIf interest R. P. Smith. Chilcsburg, Va. tor'1 them.9.7 tells- all etout ..j9D.M.Ferry&Co.4:4. JACK3OITJLLE. ::

f.;,: man?" nd shad that they were in a cow, un<{ then' refused' to dividethe .vrites;; I don't know how I could I Frre. ALL THENEWS., ,, 41

his 'arm. "Not \to the woild milk, maintaining: that Ue had DotrOlt'MIC A PAPER. FOR THE HOME.I :. TIIHi; :
were rich, you lorte state could sold only the (ro)t'I tfalf.: The buyer Jo without them. I have had : .. I ".

; to bi married; but .the --- I I 'I IIHRLE-A-WKKK. WORLD .
was .
.J' orange also required to provide tte Liver disease for over twenty) i; -- ------- J.OU A YEAIL A '-
all In.thole wret.oheatuenltJ nave feed consumed and I I I"LE.l'OP-1-
was; I AND
9 would not be huU Am cured.Tutt's "WE ZDO ; IED FREE.
my went to to,carry water', to her three times a years. now entirely I I Ii
: ottune it ample for be., i TItE.TELEGRAPH '
.. .4i wish:I cot1ld 8W&110 born' of day. Recently the cow booted the Liver Pills I NEWS:

I' ;.but 1 cannot 1 e orange old man and he is. sUing'bs.on.in! ., JOBWORK.1: IUFEKLY I .1 FOR, : ONE. YEAH. : FOR ONLY" .

;* "-.. OB yout- money. lour :4 SAVANNAH, GA.. V *1.:..;:):-'-. .

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fi"M"r wQl beJ0S4.atPIIWc&v.qtioD..q'c )t ; lots blt $1 I' a w ij1 : .....;;;;.....f1. X'prn : 3.I.leis. -
_ v .ai :t e 1 d1 ,DDSdesgcibed taqda WOQ"j 'S0DJ'bD. o :7
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1 t .''w dU' v* *',.ftlD v eG 19i!! -Jtar e fW the county.of Bradford;orJIQ thereof, lubvon. A. c. $. 1' SUnkpoWn...........& ... ..;s'X.of-. e X of n ,...... ;9 :4. 2ltt 1 :9'S8S's. ,

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'I' : .QrDtng sub-division to ... .... : .,..;; of eX ot.nw X..... 9'J h
? .,.. tynd 4.a..ertlsln_ : m'Taxes .iH..j a ,.M. .;: .. ;...;..........., :'D'J 34 1 ;.r's. ... 1,2 ,1' .1 :4 .
r'. t' of Land. fi TJ Re ,,." .awiiOwt. C.E U'CIU.,.__..,.._. .,... .........lot i Itik$21D te H.a w in4hgs ,' c..a ...."--.......:...:,.n X otne Of..w 8 e :....... 10 ;::3'; f ,4 > '
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,t'! e.--- T4 9 iata.."...!...... a..,.. aw ofne ad ne Y SftO .CI{ 4u1d .$ee4ie Becgep.. .....ltJl bk8lb neM L UIli ; ; r t J..Upl..t..r... .1 acre.eon4mencing143 u. 1" f 4 .
r r and .WX or .... ..a... 23. 4 111.120 Q of :a' .
} 5 ....:..... 24 a 19 .0 ,; 49 b Clgl su1dlvlD 'ta. e cor s e 34 : .
t : .. ........ DeC of 1w34.. : 2 F2tZ J' 19 thence running D :
;' w'JTi kiln.o..I'. ..,..,....... eJ or."x.,........ _....... 6 4 19 80 6 IIG I Fran .. .,,....! ,..... ..._ 4bOrn.1 ia De of i lands-thence yards' ; : '
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aontlt thence
p l 1"ogr4. ,:!...r:. .:.:::::.:...... nel Clf DWJ.,._ ..... ...;..... S1S 4 IBSi 4U .J 41fC.r' 1001 AburGrD....... : 6 :.2.45' ,; ._ > : .# 90 yards t)y.r ) : /1 ..'-." ;. .

t .- '" ;..;'i:. ... DW of _..__... ... ..... 8 I 19 iO J 48 ,itIa$8kman.! ._.? .......... ..-3 a a .,.. wi..Iti : '9l ,1 .. : a
t ,M "E. ....; .% ......:'aw34ofziof ..:.... .:. 4,9 1/011 4 Cummings sub-division : Miesl....... .........&._.,-.11o'rllnrb.lne. ibn1; a = 1 ; I"
: .:.:.:.:..:...'.:... n X and sw3 in Aabr OrD....._... ..6 !; .a 95ttsapCnd : fo east :
Pp I otnw' and uw> ohw and Tarvls..,.,..!... D e X or a w 34 1' .1.y'14 fot.. thn.feet ': -
.... ....... 84 4 P 558 IIOJJ lo :fet 'heD. ?
., ohw.le. aDd let let 8 w X of n w hi '.thenat'west ;es to :
BtWt.. ... ... ..,... .... eX and elf or ow34 ADd, ae 4 ot Bummings sub-division 10 '. 'a(1 iD te : ': ;
t :. : a' ............. ". r5 4 19 440 10 G& 'uGrn..;.. .. .A.. ,2 ,0 22 y 3 W .'lntot bnnlo n ......3 19. t e .,
ne 3'' (ewX .........,... M 4.O le40 1 48pDkDo. .,......,....)0 at G ___ .... .J.1D'T lots 31 1' H
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........... ......... nei of ,. ..:....,. ,'... u 4 a' .397 ,(Oo\qe. lat corner of land sold nCrh. \ .oung. B Mitchell plait fr al'pr .
;.....:.:.......,. DW.ot..:.......,.. :. 8lS4 4 20'60 .397 80 and running west 590' of Hampton- or... ......19 % = 1t bi. ", it
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A atDo.D............. .... .. aa34 of m.el(.... ........... '. 98 41 W 18tvaJtaon VI B Wood .._m.. ..... .. D W. or of e and n s t. j 41 J Allen...._...._._......... ,1".X OQ a e :of.a.w" t :\) J .
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........ ....:::; of _.___...:_:..._...:. M 4 21 .0 230I Belts otC H Marvin... _.....,..I X of n W or B ... ',. 1 2 XO J Allen._.....}:..._..._.._..D e of 3. X .n'3f. or se ,2'.; S J.
, .... .......... .. .X of g............... ... 34 4 21 80 I 80 w' of s w l ...e..,..... 8.f 5o O J of s e... and.. .. .. 80 t 6o t ,
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:' swtfA .... '. : .. .4. 19 120< of block 3 8 or r two ethe ........ .... .....wofse34. .......... 8'. 5' \
P B jimft-V----- ............ n w tf of'n w H and ne3 of 80 270 I whole being 600 feet e and w Eoat David Dnley.......us of B W 3 ..... ..... I :?4' M1 ,,16 .
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r ..... .. oloel.- ... ... 10 6 aub .. .. .fsw.ad ;
A Scarborough' .r.t dwision..,, .. 6 'j e.4; ot _. sae
V AScrborouKh.V..:;;: .. ..;.; .;. nwfc of nwVTTab'VMwrn ..&......... 11 112 411 4 148 148 1 I.e fWd.....,:............;.....'.. JO aches com encing'al stake 2 John r.WI8............... e X or .... .. ...... J R 8 :2 8 Y
; r UQKDuWU ..*..: ....f............. flWl/, 7J{| of p fUM <-......-........._. 14 i ce ater or railroad Where X Keiiedy...........n W o and V of n and : \ "t 5
/Thomas. Crocker........ ........ a w Mof se tf and a e K of 39 QiI 400 Jla line erosses Mid rairdInJng Oo Se31ofsw 1 J "I ofs I I .
.... .. ... 00SO east and ) and.u I
e X of and
/ e a
148 e .
JJnknown....... ....... nwtn : ?...... Ii 19 290 uoutherly w.t along.center sXofnw34 ofse34.- .1 1 10 1/ "
...;..............._ .... swX..I...... 8,1.1.. 19. 40 40 1 48 of railroad 490 feet thence I J S ............ ... n if of X of n e .!.... \ 8-. "-40 f I
.. ... ..'........'.. '. .....SWMof neW.. ......... ..> v 1 48 easterly arld at right angle o Gnfr. Grimier.. ... a,4 of s I,' or n e 34. X1 T.
II .'.... ....,.. .... aw .ofaw ...:... ....... 8 5 20 20 40 40 463 sid 1aihoad to aboae 3 t Sarah Griner............ a w X .... ..1..ul.I".. : I I .2' ,/b'6 k
T Dowliing ... ..J....: ...:. nx of lot 11..., ".......... 19 Ii 40 149J547 Ilpe thence due west along Et ................ n w and w X oruA X ..... Z 8X3 JI
T DoWUflg..,,.......,....'."..... njtf of lot 10JKJ .... ........'. #9 520 20 said line to place or beginnirg ,01 10 Gre. Doole7........ a X _sW.4of uw ..... N'n 1J ':G'
Walnright.. ..: nwM of se#... ... .: .6 20 40 40 149 Frdgk a in.I...........v. ,.g acr. fraction of block 4 8 or r 2 5 Tony Minkel!.. ........... n w ,t. of K W X .... I.... 2 :s {42J 4) e'Janes
"Unknown.. ...,,............/'... nwjf of nej.....-........ .. 2. .I 20 W 280 e commencl.'gat n w corer Speed... ...... n or a w or .... '10 .
.. ......... ... ........ ...... 80MnXEEm J ) f I ( I I "
h tJnknown .: Lot 4. 520 ., of hlo and running Estate Sarah Griner.. ...... n 34 of n 34.......;.:. : II
,, ...,.....Q. < 0 tPt deeded to 11 Jonas Estate Sarah Oriner.... .. n X or n 6 34 01 D e .... 26 >1 f I "- 's
y sByder.......... ... ;.'..*. one lot in'tovn of Lake Cutler iket'ceeasterly along line of Estate David Donley........_ s e X or 0 e ......J, ss 1'> 1 "19 .
4 described as follows Lot lot Jones land .3 feet then T B lknith... ..... ... ot 1 of 8 e ......, 8': "
% Said lot lying '. a X of 2 portherly public road T B Smith..... .. ......;.... i, of D .!..... ....>. .2 ) .la a
S Auction 31 towna'pS range 2 2W ret to line between blocks Kte E Alderman..... ... ... lot 7 and 16 acres on east side 8 :
.. ........ .. ..... .. 4 beginning on north J 2 thence wt.trlvalOI1 af lot 6..4
w : trr .. of e line .......... _.. 8
iprlatrt210ft 8d 3 tet place Ell Lambdin. ; lot S.. .... .. ... 1 922 '
of ... .. .......... 21 : < .
Of bnDinl. 6 : t Ii .. ......... lot 1 on north side of
southest>4 and running Dortl! I a Dell...,.,.,. ,., .." ,.....s \s of r 3 weNt in D EI LunbD panel .Bay .... .......-. 1) '8 2 .," 41 ir+ l
!1' to clear the east side o n e34 ot a W iD Temple'ssubvislon.
y 5 rlsM n Phurph 430 feel parallel ..f ..... ..... 21 6 2 3 10 J C. ,
with the orna surveythanca M feet wide on s side of n 3f anti .B-RD, ;
f east thenca feet wide on n side of s J' Tax Collector .
gputb 43P feett hence west 420foettobrjrfi.ninsr 7 10 2 a 2 of Temple's sub-di. .B J C, Jt ix
' r t .....'... S J i I.. .
; 3 2 < 1 vision .. ..... 21 6 2 .Y
a KKHfll..............'t !>": IntwDor Lake Butler.. Wm Shaw... ..,..", n W X of blk 2 s orr 2 w and e oXofbik2sor3w 2 s
: VO"90w." '..H.' ..t.... ... LtI '...'..,. ..... 3 I r 40 14 n In Tem.ple'llublisloD.t. BRONZES OF OLD BABy'LON. I ONLY A tltTLE WORLD, THIS. "
y,,, :....,, ,.. ..pe otseil...,. ...... 4 G 5 r I
+ ..: : neJiofneX.-............ 10II .5 21 o WIllikms....,....... 8 135 .
I ; SOaa HflllardlOeorre .,...., .. :'a e of b eX.... ... ..; 5 2 4 4 Jepa of D W + in Temple's lub.dl' Cuts of Figures Blade Four Thousand Melancholy Ref 4 Uau far th* Yooa* KB* r xInom'8auk'Bridge

$ Tboinaa:. ..: e )t otneA..... ... .. ,, 11 f 4 009 vion... .......,...... 22 6 23 Yean Ago. rtl -
aw.et..-..........:. .SeSofseV..... .... ..1..... 86 21 9 of land lying across Z 19 I "
... ..,.f'.e otne 4....... ........3 5 21 1 49 east ar end or D 1f of S or s The have been placed on oxhibiticn "What a small-world it iazterall; !
.r ,:.H .... ..,_"... a fnW'J.. ... ... I 21 4 w34ofawX........ .,.. In the Babylonian room of the British said the young man from1 Sank Bridge,
.. .... ... ...:. 83 ) 10 Unknown .. ,., ,. .. ..
r .s 4 fnwXofuwi4. 1. : rr..r rrnn 8 of D p 2 6 fO
_...?.: .. .. ........,. a W ornt .3.. ; 4 14 ." ,...... .. .. w J of D e y............. G 2 r museum sou 'W.fue specimen of O. He had just moved *&<3blcago,'and '
PQ"noln;::. ,:.,.:.;. ;.,. Da ofq w !.:::.:.:.. .:..:. Q 5 2 .. ............. ....,. e ot n w 3.... ....... ; 6 2 2 23 Babylonia hrOJZ3 C.stings These interesting for eomo reason hewn* not"greatly lnj.. ?,
- "' Edward 11e8 e..:..:........ ..' S in nrbwelt corner of 385 i ...,...., ,........ W or n iv (....... .. Jl: 6 8 28( with the '
: 1 act ....;... .I. S 2 5 .......... .,,, J or R ........ ,.,.. 2' G 2 1 1 8 spccinuus of early metal work pressed imraensity' ABC CampbellKellejr ... !.,...:,:.:." Qfe. J4 ,. 8 I 4 '2 .f ......'t,........, wJ4 of 8 w. ....... ... 2 6 s 31 come from a placo known to tho an- "For instance; ".1l went on, .q had
')1 J onea.l. .,.... ..,...eJolotlor'ne..,orDe".:. 11 S 6 u ......."....... .,. e X of e a .............. 2 2 10 23 oienta La ash been in LOW but 'week when Vdiscovered '
: <3d i f 4*iu.UOA a......... ...f j...... j D w X of nfrtf ... ...... ; : 40 5 ...,...... .,...... W of I Mp 34................ 2 i 2 80 2i as Sir-pur-ra or the I my $ :
Alden..s;:1". :..: ...,? middle 1of e 8-4 of'J W % ofneii 437 Mrs N Adams..,.........2 in n w corner of W 34 23 mode name of which is TeU.lo a that Dray tine! "lI' dITot'cod.mt.' _
J'r" .-... .... JO 1 of are e 34... ..... ..I.... .
25 2 I G 2 mound site in southern Clml- lived in the next r<.. whUnl"
fjnloioxj-n.. ....? ... 'f"......... n "3 oe 3 4 of n w tf of n e .Vandwy4ofnwofneM.2 1 J jScoLton.....,."......... .. pw 34 ot sw34 eccpt 10aCrt 2 20 lag > 1
t S3 2 1 8 on east aide.......... .. 27 G : des p! the bronzes shows tho kingof who married a pirl 'I jwctl toW engaged

1 ; JWr fIJ.. :..:..,. ..'awofnwJ..f .... 2i 2 4 5 61 Oenvl P T. 4qderaon..... ... w34 of se of se34 of ncH 24 6 3 98 Babylonia, who appears clean shave to is on tho! 'lloor below More thaM thai,
laugh ........,,,.. ... .. 33EUzabrth 5 8 'boma H or Re 34 acres.. 2 8 I
G 2
j t. pintaje prplhhaktn....... .,... t.l.2.3aniU block 18 in town .: 70 1itifs of Pal'U..8 'ae n eXcpt"w 34of W' andinnecorofsw3of8w !0 en, in the dress of the high priest The the greatest bore I ever knew in my life,
Qf ....... ...... 6 9 reaches down to the feet and a crl'aturohll Las; 'blunted: me 'ever
: PUBUTQ DrgJAllgen....,." Lwty on comer of lpltlcliard. ...r ......... h lot 90 feet north apd suthaDd 2 : t 2 get Jw
Jsnelo Lake 'Stt 215 feet past and cosed over the left shoulder leaving si:1(', iDVKchoil (!aYM. keeps-a big board*

::' Lawty .............. .. bounded north by land of L the right arm, which raised, bare. ing iiocfo in the uc.tt'bailcling. 1 have
Lawty.... .. ... blk 6 in of land of E
2 town Miller
lot awtey, A west by A '
10 28 The statuette is a full length one, standing to doflgo J liicj every time I go dowi$ ;
pnotare ProUha en_._':".: ':: ne orne.\Corac 34.. ..24 5 2 4' rgap and on south and eastby .
.:'' Katia&el] Dunham..}.., .,.... ..8 e ii Or8E X a ds"ofn e Fine Street in town of its own double and -is toe h.' At o'clock thiN morning, when .
., _' .......:. 21 521 .. o plnth. ;
otat Starke G
.t 3 ::::..... ..t..e 34otnwM........... 2' 5' 2 149 WUjam"UII"..r.. ..... Tarr feet square il s. or 3 dome 12 inches high Thi comes i i tlu>aphs;! of all tiling 1 should certainly -

., Votqw... .. ., ...,.. wlfofewX :... .. .. .::.:. 2 5 8 I Madison and Orange ecorer strti from Abu ad dates about B. I ly Us alone. 1 staitpl .to walk down
.J' sXpfnw *:. .:....:....:.. 6 : I 5 8 bounded by Orange J
Ho.- 01 eat C. 2200. A second statuette Stat street It was .a misty morning
91 J w aw iT of ne AfJ .....;.. 2 6 18 4 1 C street on south by Madison represents
.pk 4. 4-, R Turner.. .:........T..M..... n W 3i ofneVi... ... 5 6 18 i 1 atrt In n 6 34 of s e 34 sec I a king in the attitude of adoration o and the pray foc hid tIt l ono UT'tWQallniLtcaehcuwh'twerestilli.ackfng
.c' : .JI. Sam. ....., .. II and 10(In Providence.;.:. 2 il Starke.... 9 2751r9S4
: Iot 2 I I 2. contemplation, having his hands raised I ,? ,
Pr.!:. ?".!,.,.:." acrt-8 poinmenciDg at n e 1 S4lder...,t., ..t.. 2- twp 8S Slndtra hAS
\ corner of n w X ot q w X sec I t town of Starke... ... 4 and clasped together in a similar man to tljpr "t Clll. Tw stive was lonely '
\ 5 and first linetd1' 1\ .... ..... a2 lot In of 3 !
.N' ; runujng w to acre I W cor n w ner the god Nebo is Theking and deserted hud wnikwi riowlr albtogdovn
point thence .Ie of a w 34. ... ... .. a repreet
i fo starting; 7 2 6 :
p chains 50.lQkf| thence chns JUd S It Wells.,.......,... 1 acre In s e of s e 3t' .... 2 G'! : : wears a long, bad but : to J.ik.-iOistri<.: withunt iieeflui =
.+, 38 I links and thence e 81 chns o'' yoUng.,.... .........s e .Ie or n w! .......... 3 f 40 JO tt1 6 no costume can be traced. ia a hnmau Leiiifr, %fhju fcndri 1y'otit' i
; .
and 50 links and thence n 14chns James Jahgsop 8 X of aX of wof 1u 5
,; 72 links Jo startinx point' f t #8 ? 489' 1tobF4aype ...............,..... 2 acra commencin105 1 yards 3 not foil leg being cut off about the the imt a 1JC1'O looued."iHvlla 1

t 'r-L.Tttnpr.} ;.:,:.. :,:..,::!2 rtDnec/rnerofDe ft of east of s w cor ot n e X or calves, probably the : lU-rw!!' rounded a /\ice'if*
t peW ( feet wit and running north HO
i. ., niuning section nAnd 8 and a and \viu .' thence p east 70 yards thence Chaldean king Gudea, B. C 2500. wo iLvw cxluH n y.i : ;*l haven't wen i- .f

'+ .' n w cor) also 2 acre in n w south UO yarl and thll" The third figure, which seven yea
; pyiwKp.0KaacrK" *-..::." ..., .. s. a X cor'ofDe"orDe or H e M and: a e Jf{of..s.w..J4 4 1 18 ;;I ip Wet beginning 70. ...'..t. .place... ... 3? G 22 2 8 56 Ice high, represents CaU.Sin. king lut ,i olll.lJla1f l CJ1'' you I'taka m' '_

,I and 17Jtf acres in w X of n e fcofseW Annie AAdTews .,.., .........2 acres beginning It secor or in the character of basket bed?'!; )
,.. ...../.... o 13 137 9 H w 1f of n w X of a e 34 sec "
1, Hi {I t ." .,.".1., ... otiE ." ...,. ... 10 t 18 4Q 148 23 and running north 140 bearer, both arms being uplifted and "Lt watt n tramp. renter 1 had know '

""Swiffcrrtot...h................ he k of ne J?....,.......I? 13 4 ( 'west 70 yds south 140 yls supporting a basket be o the be eight yc-nrs ugu III:;Ln'acivillc., Cola ) ;
Sanqr :...: ........... I rni
K'Hnqt... yw3lofne and w X of n w and east 70 YArds to place ofbeginning of the
The date about him CO
dne ..... 6 also commencing gave waul:simply bteawe'bahad
} a X ofnj? <""T 18 437 ;
,' atao l f... ....*...tj ....... v X ofD8 |' | ........ il IS 1&2 DUO UO yards n ot secor of w 8200. It ia supposed that these statuettes {iruvcfl tu uio i,.j-IIMI t-avil t but!'Ufa .
Fancy K H pt-.:-...-.t.."!..'eX'ofneJj! of neX..... 15. (? 18. 1 15 3 of n W 34 ot i e X see 3t have been in circles urumul "
TBUrahaui ,.:...,."..!,. n"J of a 'v 34 and.I"orS'e and running thence north :7 may dectio.t Nigru runs ;i globe, null lLu|

,' !of 8WM..;.......... 17 6 18 0 feet thence Wet 35 yards the f god, who woip all interseus Koruewi.er in their circttiufereuees. A tc
own.,.,.:, ..., ... .. .:.: J7 G 18 2 1 8 thence south 2 ret thence cult at "l'riLnue.. 'e..
} ;a, .... ...: ........ .,.......... 10 0 JI 0 eat 85 yards place of beginning Tel.1o -Chicq.u 4 .
& ......... ............... B w %of n e J4. .....'..<. 6 is 4Q 1 49 ............... 3'2 2; 2 The of making bronze casts was --,-- r
Aba Johnaon.: ., ... ......,....u4tifseX....:..,........ : 6 18' 8 10 j1nnOWn..y.,..,.. ......8 8 { 0 w ..... 32 1 J known a the Babylonians from tF.nI1Rmv.d. '
JeiiewuiTama.I .... ;..:;.:..new of s e\...........:.. 26 6 18 4 5 1 Charles Dorsett. ... ......... 8 or o e 34..... ..,.. 8- 6 2 o 3 41 ,very -.\> 1-- s
'J' Aba Johnson........ .. ....... a8 ...,.... 6 18 312 R BMallloe...,.. ... ,..... J or Malliee. 1bdIllon: of 2 t early tme and'many examples are to MESSRS LA'r.cAY IJrw s.. Savannah. Q".
# .'....." .tt,.,...;,. aw ofne- ....... .. 2 018 4Q) 149 I w 34 of n w ... .. 8 5 601 be wellas ; "
; r. ,:.. ......... Dw4ofne34.,........... 6 13 4y 149 MrCJArstrnr...,..... af ot n'r. and orsw X 1'3 6 2 16O sn i Brt museum a DEAR SIRS:-I bought a bottle r'f; yciu'f "

.. ..>................v n oinw ....".... .... 2 t 19 ...,. ....... .ae1ofteX. .nX .., ;3' 6 : 40 45 in Louv plaster cast of aBabylonian P P. P. at Hot Art., did fa
JWMoran: .. .. .. .:. w" Fallen B .... ...... .... : Spring" ,
.t? 6 i X of s e and se J4 of ne ros. .. w 3j or n e 34 of n w % 6 taken from the original
;il J4 ...,.... 24 19 120. JO Unknown .. .. .......;.... eX .,f ... .. ..... 3 0 2 2 lo queen has done me more gnnti .tbnrt th'r
,;i Jao.. W x 0.f.se V... ." '"" I 19 S 9 ... ,.,...,.. .. .. .. w of IW 8 W! .......... 21 3 6 2, iMl 28 i the Louvre, stands by the side months treatment Q the licit 8printa.
. l bW"c. JBipanV..V.: ne X 2 0 80M ti. ....,.. ....... e !4 of s" 34 .,... .. ..... :! '0 280t of new casts of which 'i
baCI D.,.,... ..-.. ...IsXof.qdeJoflw.5 6 2 41 ..,....... ..... w 1f of R e %.. .. ...... G f 2! $0 addtos Have you! no agents to Ibis fcnrtof.'tLc +
r ''' ..,....,.::... n X of a X of lot 10......... 7 G 2 20 Oe W 1V111is.... ...... ... n 'X of D W j. ...... 3 1 19 40 8 3 have been snt t te Frec museum. roiiniry. let me knew how, much 1t
1'..".:;;;;.. TM....;. BW L o ne.. .,., ...9 G .n 4 149 HalhtoOk..,.......... n W" of a e" ......,.. 10 1 19 313 Graphic. will cost to get three or six bottle from .
4 -Lndo
;;.:. ..., .... nw3f ofnw .. .. 10 G 149 He Parker. ... ... ...e X of n w J .. ... J9 3 ,
i Ku.........s.......,::.... Bx of iota....'..".' !!...!"..!. 19 6 20 4{ 5.SQ T $iiatton..".""... ...... n w ot 8 ei of D 1 N I your city liv -xprfiRespectfuOv< i '

lCPkr' ........ ..........,.... lot 1. block 21, in Town of New w J ot n e..ant........ .... 720 8 Four Big Successes. Tro irs.
: i 5
'. $ S Anc1etson. .. ..,.,.....8 w 34 of n w and D W 34 or JF3M.. XffWToS '
't YDhO...... .... .. ..... ,. e Rvr. 34..3..... G 8 90 ... .-.,. ,....... T M Having the needed merit to more than e
"'i .' ....,..,..:.:....;.:. W ofDe .. ......... S G 2 2 s J H Jobns....... ......... r 8wl. 6.. ,.,........ :P : 41 49 I .lben1een'Aruwn_ County Ohio.Klectrta 1
8 a nil the claimed for
: ::*...,..*.,.::.... e ofeX. ;........ '... :. MwJiofsei. 6 2 | Q JHJohl..n ) of lot 6...... ..... .. :r o\ 3 make good advertising c
; ...... .......... G BO 1 and a 1f of nut 2... ....1 7 lUJ3 them the following four remedies have I :8h. 't3-, '
.I r.eusocC11| ifiSprin'1: :;;; ... of ne}% of ue% and of a 2 23 Hardy Padgett......,..,., e e 34 Or w 34 and w '! of .' .
.I DwX of'JeJtf and nw_DX. 1 6 21 200 510 s e i; ...!.......,.,I...... 15 '8 reached a phenomenal sal.: Dr. King'sNew I Here are some od4 opinions coiibttru* .. *.
pu. aqrma..,.. :..:..!... ... 8X of ueX' otneX and ned oft NatGslney.,...... .......ae34ofnwX.:1 7 2 8 1Juh Discovery, for coughs ing the force of the electric current. 1fli
A aeX. ... ...: t. 1 G 21 00SO 229 W Henry .." .... ) or n e X and M e .of n consumption I
Ulkno1..... ....t.....*..... tXotnw'x"...... ..,... 5rX G 21 290 w .ii' and n w X of se and and. colds, each bottle guaranteed-Elreric given by Dr. C. F. Chandle Wore thd ,

........... .....,. \ of a.........*.. ... G I 21 80 2 n e X of s W '... .. : T m 8 0 the for the Columbian School of flues: "An fmerr"o
.. .. ... .'.*'.ne14 t' .. ;. .. .. Q 21 s Wa Tkigpen....... .,... o. or 8 'i and e.' of 0 2 Bter. great remedy
.. .
4 :_:::.:.:........._....... e Oflf ... 7 ( 21 1 4 $30 e lam,5 acres.l........ j 1 I' and Kidneys. Huckleu's esting luisapprebcti which exists ifl J
.: .. ......e ..ofof8w"i".v; ;.".:;::... ? 621 8ft 280 HItU Hm.,, .. ,......J5 acres o1 norh end of s e 2 2 \ S 0 Arnica Salve.' the l Ix-sl in the world, and the minds of maayjpeopla is onaeon-r

..:. .::'........ .w ....,..... 7 62t t 80 or ... .. .,.... 24 20 15 2- Dr. New Life Pills which
are a
......... ."... ) ofawH' ......... 1 3 6 21 23 J C Padgett....... ....-.8 w X of D e 34.......... 44 492 King's cerniiig tbo.vital daggers which lurk iA r;
J R tD3d 8 H WeW .... !.... nwllofw X.;..;...:..;;. 15neVofnwJtf. 611 :4 149 tin all ace Mill ..,. .,...."... on seton 2 2 : perfect pill. All these remedies are guar I ills pressure of, aj, l.OOO.volti ThdDcMbpaptn '
V ... ........ do tat claimed fir them
: 8W orofD 8 X 6 21 1 and twp 00 just is
"' lnl Iuhec\ ofteii tell cf has
.:..... ....,. .: :::::::::.... 6 21 of n e se 25 thence anti the dealer whose name is attached a maD.who .r)
Harr_ B-!............. neWof ne u 7" .......... .' 6 21 4 8 4 wet 2 chains south 0Q ehns be to tell of beau killed front such a presmin% 's.
RD-' v ..!, ...t..... e 8-4 of s w M of B e H......... 2 6 21 } 84 east chains and thence herewith wi glad VIl n more whereas iu fact such alondtcouJd .
w u:.:...... .....,..flw X onwX ........' .. 6 21 3 601 north 60 chains t place ot them. } sale by Starke Drug Com a iirnwnre ,.
B I IP n ................: a e J bf sW'k .. G 20 4 1 49 beginning ....... ... ... 2 2 Y. 1n: pany. Starke, and .1. II. King. Lake tict kill a hamming bird .I have ; '
_e. ... .... : aw of8Ra1ess1Oacres... 6 0 81 \Vn 3j.... ... fa
". .:. .1t. '_. _... blocks 1 30 and sot : 3 J. B .....-...... 2 72. 1\ Butler, Fla. 1 frcqceutly caught i my hand sparks'p ir\
'o block'3 8.n3J. all of block 31 Wt en..n..ofSw........... n it 3 of a e y.. ........ 2 7 21 I 1 r! ;1!&iug an electro motive power 'atIf'. !
; .
except Pots 12.13. It and 15 ofHeiof8eH $C .....,.. .. n w ot w .....,... 7 20 4 Safe. 100,000 volts without 1. .,x
1 2 14\ feeling anything
... ..... 8 of a e -.......... ... 7
,. i in of Asbury'Oreeu Cumminessubdivision p. ... ........... & W 1 of De and n w 34 or.2 4 4\ In St Pul's one day a guide w more than a very slight barn. The'dan* .

i about 15 acres).......... 2 8x3 1 J' a e 1( and 10 acr on south showing a Amec gentleman round jeer arises only when the volts are TB t ?
h side or 8 e 4 s c 34.... 5 21 I 12 o "
fipnflCBirl.* .:. :.!.... 4K acres beginning at a joint .PSmb..o w. orn w 3s .........._ 9 7 :1 !- 4 i the tmb "Tht s. said the ma. enforced by a good'manamphereaor
-- 't : pn Tuttle avenue 655 feet north and 'ares ID s e 34 ot ( tmb greatest naval 'era currents In such a.>tbe.force of tire"r:
...........I.! .. 10 21 :585
!1 of
ping mogavenu"and south run HrODver....,.. ..... a De.of g X ........... li 149 Europe o t whole world hover knew current suddenly1 decompose all tbd ; :

535 feet thence west 400.feetthence Kit. ............... n \! or a W t 34 .... ... 1 ; 2 2 .4 51S -L EI's. This marble sarcough- fnids in the body. The ealtfo the blow* : :
....... "
lire S ..... ..
n e of D e 30 7
I < north V&fet t place .... .. ... 3J 4 8 tons. Hinside that big instantly turns to chlorifle and th. ;
Of Unknwn .. D X ot D W 3i of n w 34 ...... 1 gas -
sqb-diviflion beginnning in Ia Cmmlnn ? & ae 4 4.29 ............... ...wtfofne3 ofsw3x., 8 ', 21' 2 10(6 a steel receptacle weighing 12 tons and perscu who has his veins charged with ; ,
J .0 ".:. ,.. ta .. 1-5 acre'in e X of a w Grn.n w .. .. ... q or n c of e.' ..... 8 1 21 that is leaden casket 'ermet-
: : J 1 I lO tinside
: .... 2 a such
"'. L X.ia 1 .... .. .... .. ... J of n L... .... .. a deadly poison cannot be expected \ f: ;
in. Asbury Cummings Green bUb-ivloJ ; 6 118 '..- ... ..........,...eKofne3a I ...,...... ... 3 2I o ically sealed, weighing over two tons. to live many secoudf. ''-St
-aIOID.A'( ... .,.. 31.3aerrdine364ofsWl V ofaw 2 .,.......... ..... w x of D a ( ........... 2 2 8. :3 Hinside that his coffin holding Lcuiar .t A
; '. ....... ..... 2 I amahogany public t.i
X in Cunnings subdivision e X or n W( ............ 2 7 290 __ }.
in Green ... 2.G. S3. f 2. .., ... ...: ..... .. .....swXofsw i......'.. .. 2 2 4 9 14.9se34ofswe. the hashes of the great 'era" ,"to
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: ): ,FLORIDA 'BRIEFS. United States on'these, important subjects the cqurt house. When said monthsare FOR JGREENHALGE.THE ':TRADE.IALK... '-l"' >** JV"tf' *v rf"
e'5f .,. ,' ,:and it will be especially'.gratifying so fixed upon and designated 'the ; --" ;', : W TEXA

...;. fJ t.-. : table friends;in Florida and else-, county commissioners i shall not have Braditreel's Review of :Business for '- v.....:C...:::
a 9: 7q ;-t 'where, to'see' that his views ,on this the power to'alter ,or change the same the Past Week.,, :

q :J'-r.;-.: : ITEMS OF "TE GATHERED important subject are receiving recog, during or,,for the;same year. Any person MASSACHUSETTS- ,REPUBLICANS Bradstreet's review of trade. for'the WILL CARBETJ, <' :&ND'"i: &.

'AT RANDOM. nition. He will be consulted] by the who shall chase'hunt, catch, kill -' past week says: J ,- **

nkt 'l.1, : ,.;. .. senators and members' of the house on or otherwise molest- except'"upon his WERE:UNAN IMOUS. "Striking featured't' week are MONS'HAVE ,THEIR BOi ..

,,':.' ,' the Cuban question, when congress own enclosed premises, any deer in increased demand for ,. east: and & v

..".l..: News,, from, all Parts of the- State assembles,:.and there is reason to be- any county in this state during the west, the maintenance, of the widespread f.'.

;.:.,''., )' lieve that some important action in months so designated by the board'of He Is Named for Governor by| the .and active demand for :iron The Legldatnre' Passes an \atl.'

"" J '' Summarized. the matter may.be taken. The Florida commissioners in such county,'shall be State Convention at Boston. and steel, and the further upwardmovement Flght'Law.m:

," If"1. 1 -- representation, in both branches of guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction -- of the price of, raw cotton, 1 ,,, ->I'

r' -1- .' The state inntitute for the blind and .congress promises to be unusually thereof shall be fined not less together with advances in the quotations A Special from Austin -Texas"

.5 deaf mutes was opened by Professor valuable in the coming session, and. than fifty dollars ($50)) nor tmore than When the Massachusetts republicanstate for wheat flour, wheat and wooL sand Fitzsimmons, ,
't ... advice this and other important hundred ( convention had been called to Corbett; ,inn
7 ': J' Felkel and assistants with a flattering their on one dollars $100)), or be imprisoned Sudden changes in the weather, affecting another i place than Texas to
will be consid order in Musio Hall at Boston Satur- .p
;: list of subjects carefully in the county jai not less wide. of territory, have ',-
j pupils. expanse thoir.1 fight for the proposed c
routine business .
than ( than day and some
thirty (30)) days nor more made general trade irregular but reports ship of the world.
*' sixty ((60) days or by both such fine been transacted, the committee on :.
+ from these sections
:r The report of (he Jacksonville custom 'GATOR. FARMING. in unfavorably Tho legislature by a jote'
," house for the month of September -. and imprisonment. And all county permanent organization reported affected are in part offset by the stimulation practically unanimous in the
Joe Frazee Has Hundreds of Now commissioners south of township 14 favor of Curtis Guild, Jr., as permanent of the at Boston
shows an increase in lumber shipments Eggs convention and money market -, and only a little less in.the houae;.
., :" from this port of 363,549 feet over the in Process of Hatching. shall make the seasons for shooting president of ,hundred and New York, and demandor ed the bill prohibiting prize'fi
list of -
--shipments, for, the previous! month. Joe Frazee is one of the most unique uniform. brought in a nearly certain staples in other portions of the and thus 'accomplished the pu

". ...,sThe total for tbe mouth was 6,864,337: characters in the state of Florida. Sec. 3. That no person shall hunt or vice presidents. country. The improved demand for which'the governor assembled.

,feet of yellow pine lumber and 338,000 Very few people in Florida know himas kill, except upon his own inclosed Ex-Governor Long placed third rGreenhage funds continues a feature of Chicago, special session. il
for ,
.::--'.feet.o_ f cypress lumber. Joe Frazee, but as "Alligator Joe" premise", any wild turkey, quail or There in nomination other nominations a St. Louis and other minor centers.Inquiry'among The vote by which the billTied *

fr !o' _' he is not only known all over Florida, partridge in any part of this state pave term. were no bal- bankers at cities referred famishes the strongest '
and the chairman ordered a pr
., A stock meeting was held at Seneca but throughout the United States as only from the first day of November to reveals a better demand from the sentiment of the state'with

- d .. '', several days ago and was well attended well. He is called "Alligator Joe" on until the 15th day of March of any lot.Just before the balloting commencedthe all classes of mercantile borrowers. ence to prize fighting. The onJ'
account of his He has No shall kill, except up. Higher prices for foreign wools in
profession. as year. person
1. ,;: by delegates ,from many of the precincts leaders of the opposition to Governor ing point of the minority waa 0
; of that section of the county. he puts it, "followed alligators" for on his own inclosed premises, morE and down London have compelled domestic man- tion to' the emergency clause.
Greenhalge passed
'j4 league wa; formed (similar to the cat- sixteen years. It is more than probable than four ((4)) turkeys and no more than the aisles distributing ballots np marked: ufucturera to pay more for raw mate- carried the bill into immediate'rCertain.of

.. tIe association organized a year or two that three-fourths of the alligator twenty-five ((25)) quail in one day; and "For Governor Elijah A. Morse, ol rial. At present quotations foreign ; the members hon

.1 'aiJ ce) for the purpose of affordingmore pets' owned in tho north were no person, corporation, association or Canton." wools in domestic markets can be sold garded this as an injustice to' "

effectual protection to hogs run either caught or hatched out by Joe company shall sell, expose for sale or I About half hour was consumedin abroad at a profit. Trade in lightweight the citizens of Dallas.as hid
ning on the range, and to enforce the Frazee. have in his, her or its possession in lire I the ballot, and while the woolens is unsatisfactory and large sbms in anticipation of the
Joe's father came from New Jersey.His state, after the has been : taking owing to the high price and
same killed strengthof
\ ", law against! those who injure them. : count was being made it was agreed. and opposed it for, that reason
t :.. great grandfather, on his moth- any wild turkey, quail "or partridge, to from the usual method of cotton, caution is being exercisedin Their arguments were note

; .\ There was a meeting of the directors er's side, was a slave trader, and his save only from the 1st day of November depart and on with the other buying cotton goods. The south is however, and the vote in the ho -

,''- of the Florida Coast Line and great grandmother, on the same side, until the 15th day of March in any procedure nominations. go Accordingly Walcott more bullish on cotton and tbe con- the final passage of 'the bill) abut

r r Transportation company a day or two was an African princess, consequently year. No person shall entrap quail except 'nominated for lieutenantgovernor tinned evidence of a short crop appears five votes in opposition with'I

ago to verify recently made contracts his ancestry on both sides is one of en his own inclosed premises. Any was by acclamation.The to have at last compelled :recognition its favor. In* the ,senate the.

,1 <' 1 for works incidental, to the rapid completion distinction. Joe's father says: "I person, corporation, association or ballot resulted as follows: Total abroad. was coined with only one ueg

I of the great Florida inland never could keep that boy out of the company violating this section shall be Greenhalpe 1,363 :Morse, "General business, with the south vote iii the twenty-seven!,thai
4o i I Waterway+ and to elect an acting sec woods. Ever since he was eight; years deemed guilty of misdemeanor, and 391, 1,782 ; 8. Elijah A. Morse 1 has shown improvement at Memphis, cast. The senate made quick

;1' i Jet .ry. Mr. Henry.Oaillard,the comI1l1ny's old he'd strap a skillet and a rifle on upon conviction haH be punished by moved scattering Greenhalge's, nomination be ]Nashville, Atlanta and Birmingham, the measure. Ii, had taken a'..

;1 treasurer for many years, was his back and take to the woods and n fine of not less than twenty-fire dollars unanimous It was carried.' demand for funds is improving and until :3 p. m. in order,that D

: chosen, and,to accept the office he resigned not turn up for days and days." ButJoe's J ($25)), or imprisoned not more The other nominations were Roger all tbat appears needed is a freer pie might be given, a'full he .

.'ti his position of cashier in the excursions to the woods were of than sixty days ((60)) for each wild tar- Wolcott of Boston lieutenant movement of cotton. There were the judiciary committee. Within

'. First National Bank of St. Augustine. some profit, and he can now enlighten key, quail or partridge BO had in hi., William, M. Olin, governor of 9,299 mercantile failures in the United five minutes after reassemblingwas ;

4 r 'i : -- the naturalists on the alligator and its her or its possession after the tame: has ; secretary States during the past nine months as : p&sed.

;. The strike at Fernandina has been habits more than they have ever been been killed. state;treasurer Edward A.and Shaw receiver, of Newbury-general; reported to Bradstreet's, only forty- The'bill) makes prize fighting c

enlightened before. He has learned Sec. 4. That who shall port, eight more than in the like
eettled. The Knights of Labor have person ship General John M. Kimball, of Fitch- period of any and imposes a punishment,
"" ,:' agreed to let fifty men go to work. enough by observation to mimic the any vension wild turkey or quail beyond :. auditor Gen. Hosea M. Knowlton last year, which coincidence is paralleled the principals eveiy"infra p

'1 .: ..These'men are to be puMfi work on a female alligator in her hatching! process the limits of the county in which burg, Bedford; 1i by the total amounts of assets the law by imprisonment in the .
i.. :vessel separate from the imported men. so successfully that he seldom the name was: killed, shall, upon conviction and liabilities of failing traders this tentiary for a term of not leas,

1 r "''A notice is to be posted by the company loses an egg, certainly not more than be punished us. prescribed ir Platform. year being substantially the sameas two and not more than five year

__ .oJ offering transportation to such of the are lost by the old mother 'gator her- section 1 of this act. And any common The platform] condemn the democratic in the like period one year -

imported laborers as want to return self.Just carrier, agent or employe of any tariff policy and pays that too ago. The feature of the failure JAPAN WANTS COTTON;J

;, w 'tl. *>.oin*. It is thought there will be a now he has 1,800 eggs in pro- such carrier, who shall receive for carriage : republican party is not pledged to any record for the nine months lies in the --

.; ,, cumber who will wish to go. Thus : cess of hatching, and 600 small 'ga or permit the carriage of any schedule, but offers to each American t'eJativelylsrge number reported in Movement to Establish a Lie

a, places will be made for the old men, j tors, the remit of eggs already hatched. such vension, wild turkey or quail by industry snch protection as shall the first quarter of the year, since Steamers to West Coast of Me'".,
all This winter ho will sell all of said carrier .e'qualize differences in price of labor, which the totals have fallen
r :nearly of whom will be received I common across any county off from Colonel John A., Cockerill,

;t f ...\ back as fast as possible. these 2,400 'gators at a half-dollar line in this state, shall, upon conviction "and that tho farmer and the miner week to week very sharply. Business :I from Yokohama, Japan,to,theifacturers .. '

4 *> ,, --- apiece. In addition to the 'gator eggs, be punished &H pre cribe\l in are as much entitled tc protection r.s failures in New England have de- i, Record, says: '%.

; x The announcement several days he has 1,300 terrapin eggs, which will section 1 of this act ; Provided, hunting the manufacturer.uIt : creased notably as compared with a "The cotton spinners asaocin'

: that ft' board of officers had been ago di- ,be, hatched into terrapins and sold to parties may take their own game says that if republicans were liberal year ago, while those at the south have Osaka: is now trying ,to :'indae(. ,

reeled to examine the harbor of Pert aquarium ownere. These turtles will home with them in this state, but not in appropriations they furnished increased about as much. There are Japanese government.'to 'snbaid;
," bring 25 cents apiece. This winter for sale. revenue to meet them and steadily reduced more failures reported from ,line '
? )j nandina, confirms the suggestion made western oJ 'steamers to ply between.C
Joe will carry out probably twenty Sec. 5. Any who shall killa the public debt. The last congress states this than ]last while and
in tba Times-Union some time since, person year in the Yokohama and a point on(hftj
y that Florida will profit by the advent parties of sportsmen to kill 'gators in pheasant at any time within the next provided a revenue shamefully northwest and on the Pacific coast coast of Mexico. ,The idea is td i.

_ ., / of General Craighill-to the control of the South Florida haunts of the saurian five years in this state, shall be guiltyof inadequate and by the issue: of bonds there are fewer. a steamship line wholly contro
r at $25 a part; and in addition to a misdemeanor, and convic- shifted on to the succeeding adraiais- the
:: the engineer, department of the war upon Japanese government and;:;
these, will slay 'gators enough to make tion thereof shall be trations the burden of theiroutlay. ON NEUTRAL GROUNDJorbcttFitzsimmons
punished Tehw'raUway
department. General Craighill has as prescribed connect with the
h I .
c 500 their hides and OP the question the platform ---
,g 'Y been so long associated with the South more on teeth.- in section 1 of this act. AntI currency : .

1 Atlantic-and Gulf coast service that he fco altogether, in a good year, he makesabout any person who shall hunt upon in- says that the government should The Slugging "By this route it is thougBl'J
maintain each dollar which it issues Match May be Fought.
is fully alive to the importance and $2-,500-a pretty good showing closed or unclosed and posted lands of cotton.of the southern states'CM'
.", for an occupation that does not keep another without shall be on a par with its standard gold dollar The officers of the champions, Cor-
: needs of the harbors of Florida. He permission, reached cheaper than by the no
t half of his time and which and should not permit the free coinage bett and Fitzsimmona will receive ,
I punished.
has made a study of the coast in this Tacoma.! It is moro than likely i
after all, for him is but fun.-Times- Sec. 6. That all acts and of of silver at any ratio not established proposition from a syndicate of wealthy
J section of the union especially, and his' parts this enterprise will be carried OttVlthe' .
Union. acts in conflict herewith by the international agreement.It sporting men of St. Joseph, Mo., to
j9 feelings toward the Florida harbors are hereby Japanese
are giving great
f j also says that the democratic ma bring off the fight on Sluggers'island
: '-'-'and rivers are of the most repealed. tion to the of
I friendly subject
; colonizatiotj
__ I .sort.; FLORIDA GAME LAW.Chapter Sec. 7. This act shall go into effect jority in congress has forced the national a noted place for meetingof Mexico. "

I I'j immediately. treasury to g humiliating de- prize fighters, and which has "Another
has been fc
r .4341-No. 20.) company
June 1 1895. pendency upon private bankers and already been the scene of several -
r ; A few days Orlando's herewith Viscount 'Enomato
;! 'I ago city mart For the benefit of the sportsmen of I .
that there should be legislation to hard-fought battles. This island '>
t, steal, J. W. Preston, arrested Robert the pro-J head to purchase lands ia Mexico:
state as well as the people at large, SYMPATHY FOR CUBA. tect the metallic reserve from concerted which comprises about three acres, : ;
4 Beasom, alias Frank Smith alias J. C.i locate thereon of the'
we publish the game law of Florida in -- attacks of speculators. is situated in the middle of the Missouri .
't I i Smith, alias Frank Lefton, alias Lef- fulL The act as passed by the legisla- Monster Mass :Meetings: Held at Chicago It declares: That this hemisphereis river, midway between the Missouri popuFation of Japan. Japan ia''d"
r ; ton, alias Clark, wanted in Baltimorefor tined become '
ture is to
as follows: and Resolutions Adopted. one thegr
no longer a subject for European and Kansas shores and is neutral "
*; ;j fered forgery. A reward: of $150 was of A-N, ACT for the Preservation of Wild Surrounded by patriotic mottoes, colonization, that the Monroe doctrineis ground. The authorities of both states cotton spinning conn tries of the

_ for his arrest. He located in Deer, Birds and Other Game, and to with the American flag as a back. a true guide for American states- have unsuccessfully attempted to stop She will purchase 90 per cent of;l
August, 1893, at Philippi, West Vir material in tbe United
Prescribe the Time raw ,
: Within Which ground, the declaration of independence manship and should be maintained towards prize fighting on this island and the
: ginia, in the business of buying and when the
', ". They May be Hunted. as a textbook and the spirit of small nations without bluster- syndicate claim they will be able to transportation rata r

t shipping with produce'doing a heavy busii Be it enacted by Legislature of the liberty as inspiration, 4,000 persons ing, towards great nations without bring the fight off with no interference. properly.. adjusted" $,
ness produce and commission
State of Florida: yelled themselves hoarse at Chicago cringing, but always deliberately, ,
in Baltimore. In September Section 1. That from and after the Monday night in the cause of Cuban temperately)' resolutely." .IJACK FROST' WITH.US;
f '
1894 he went "
to Baltimore and
passage of this act no person, corpora- independence. There could scarcely ANEW WAR SIHP.
: Cotton
utilized his Not !
Lt; Damaged
\. acquaintance with the commission tion or firm shall sell, expose for sale, have been more enthusiasm bad the -- Seriously
men by passing on them a GROWTH OF THE SOUTH. The Cruiser Tender Vegetation Wllted4;;
or have in his or her or their possession meeting been held in Cuba it- Brooklyn Launched at

: number of forged certified checks for for sale, any wild deer or venison in self. Central Music hall was not The Industrial -Condition-- Cramp's Ship Yards. Fxpst was found in low-lying ?

'" largo amounts, since which time he any county in this state ouUide of the. big enough to hold all the the fast Week.as Reportedfor The United States armored cruiser tIes Monday morning;at various
': has been dodging the officers in several in'f st Tennessee northern..
in which the Brooklyn ,
county same was caughtor sympathizers and there was an overflow The Tradesman was launched in the watersof
states. killed; and it shall be unlawful for meeting in the auditorium of the reportsthe the Delaware at Cramp's ship yardat sippi and eastern Arkansas. .Ti
following new industries incorporated
r x'' Considerable any person, firm or corporation to ship Young Men's Christian Association or established in the southern- Philadelphia Wednesday. vegetation was wilted, but no i ,
trouble and bitter or transfer -ftuy deer .r If t states during the week
have past :
feelings recently occurred be- one county Into any other county in resolutions were adopted and speecheswere the mayor of the city from which tbe crop, !and cotton was not .iD juref.

l .. t tween some of the citizens of Tacomain this state f r.'Bale at any time; and it made by men prominent in civic Newport Grain and'Milling Co., of ship takes her name, broke a bottle of any considerable extent ,on the;
to the location Newport, Ark., and the Thompson Oil
regard of the
post-I shall'be"nn&wfnl lands.
for American
crniaer'sbow ;
any common carrier all of whom uncompromisinglyfavored champagne on the
s office there. and Gas Works of Wheeling W. Va.
The ,
and to trt&sport any deer or venison the freedom of the little and christened her "Brooklyn." A dispatch from Duncan, Mfsa;

... Gulf and Florida Southern railroais from onjtfconnty'i to another county in island in the thraldom of Spain. The door each with $100,000 capital; a sash and After the ceremonies luncheon was ports a heavy frost.in that part oft}
to be built
both at Palatka
run through this settlement and this stale to be sold at any time. Any resolutions express sympathy for the factory served in the mould loft and a number deltft, which may cut the top crop(
a ?. each road has a station. Of course violation] of this Fla., also with $100,000 capital; a of cotton short -im
section shall be pun revolutionists, call on the United felicitous speeches, were made, by causing ,
'those residing nearest' the respectivestations ished by a fine of not less than $50, and States to recognize them as belligerents manganese mining company at Roanoke among the speakers bei Mayor Schi boll to open. .,
1 desired that the Va., capital $50,000 a $50,000 g
site of the office ;
: be not more than$100 or by imprisonment and ask other countries to join in cotton oil at Brownwood ,eren, of Brooklyn; Assistant Secretary A: killing frost extended all .

.a nearest them. The matter was in the county jail not exceeding sixty making' this demand. They begin Texasa company constructioncompanyat McAdoo, Mayor Warwick and. the central Kentucky. Tobacco eta
finally decided, and the disappointed days; or by both such fine and impris with the best known paragraph in the Messrs. Cramp. in tb'e field and much of it on the Wf
crowd, during the built fenceacross Columbia, S. C., and a $40,000 oil
night, a'
,, \ onment. declaration of independence and end The Brooklyn is regarded by naval fold: was badly damaged. Sorgt*
,4 and
the public road. This was Sec..2. That the county commissioners with determination to continue tha gas company at Wheeling, W. Va. and{other vegetation wasroiMtTho
ta: C a A cotton mill with 150 tons experts as a marvel in the art of marine green :
n: promptly removed by the other fac of each and every county in this work thus auspiciously begun. daily ca- architecture. She is classed as a steel. eight weeks' drouth his dried fti
tion. at Greenville
After pacity Texas and
this for several 30-
repeating a
state, as soon as practical after the armored core so that it was out of dart
cruiser having four eight- crop up .
time' the ton oil mill and oil
obstructionists decided to refinery at New
passage a: this act, shall select and fix JUDGE THOMAS SELECTED inch barbette Her ger.
submit Orleans La. tnrnets. cost exclusive _
to the inevitable
i and the mat ,
,eight, certain and consecutive --
ter has apparently dropped. .months of the year to be designated as As Temporary Commissioner to Succeed There is also reported an electrical of armament, is $2,680,000. IIICKBKRT__SPEAKS. 1,

Mr. Finley. plant at Canton, Miss., a 50-barrel JOHN C. I ,7'1-
the months in which deer shall not.be NEW INTERVIEWED.Says Moueft
Makes a Plea for Sound
+ chased hunted killed Judge William Bailey Thomas has flouring mill at Madisonville, Tenn., ---
i Much interest is felt at the caught, or
department I
been an ice factory at B.loxi, Miss. and Harrison Is In No Sense 3Iontsomery.: $
commis- an
otherwise molested, within their appointed temporary a Candidate '
of respective &
f ; agriculture at Washington iu ofnavy' *
at Herbert
oil and fertilizer Secretary H. A. ,
counties and the sioner of the Southern Passenger Association company Anderson for President.
eight months
x the efforts that
are being made in Florida Hoar
at :
'If : in behalf ofa diversification of the so selected, fixed and designated in to succeed :Mr. W. W. Finley, S. C. A knitting mill is to be Colonel John C. New, who managed delivered an address *:
j who elected third established at Brnpswick, Ga. andwoodworkingplantsatPiedmontAla Harrison's gomery, Ala., on the op
: ,, 1 agricultural interests of Florida. Agood the several counties respectively, was recently vicepresident campaigns for the nomina tion. The introduW&J.
T deal of concern was occasionedby shall be months of the year that follow of the Southern Railway tions to the presidency and who waa speaker was secreWJ
the losses each other consecutively in order, Company. When asked about the appointment McAlpin and Williston, Fla., Athens, consul general for the United States tx-Governor Jones. The
apparently heavy of the
Ga., Trenton, Te 1n., and OrangeTex. to London -aid he was a bimetallist from no: :
freeze of last winter, but the promptness and shall include the months in which Mr. Finley said: during his administration, ,demo
%ti ., of which the people of the statehave the majority of the doe deer therein "The executive board of the South Waterworks* are to be built utEufaula, has authorized an interview. The gen timental reason. He was harnessvh0ne'ver a ,'
Association Al,,., and Canton, Miss. eral, he does who always worked in' j
met the situationby turning their are usually pregnant with, droppingand f ern Passenger at its says, not desire to run

\It" attention, in part, to other lines of agricultural suckling their young. When,the meeting in New York, Saturday, ap The enlargements for the week include again for the presidency."He complained that the par Y1"chafell shis

h industry is giving great encouragement said prohibited months are so selected I pointed Judge M. Bailey Thomas to brick works at Harriman,Tenn., is in no sense a candidate him or worked uneasily

r t to the people interested and fixed upon the county commission fill the office of commissioner tempo iron and steel works at Houston, Tex. said the colonel] "and the stories that neck and he approached theJDa5quution loO

.i In this subject. The recent developments ] ers shall cause an order to be enteredin rarily, or until a permanent choice can an increase in the capital of the Gaff.ney he has withdrawn in the interest of as one that should be .

; ,." and suggestions regarding the their minutes, selecting and designating be made. The meeting adjourned I cotton mills at Gaffney, S. C., anyone are without foundation. In at, discussed and decided upon Her ,:

IP manufacture, as well as growth of tobacco said months, which order shallbe Saturday without setting a date for the from $200,000 to $600,000'and an enlargement fact, were his advice solicited," con upon business principles. Mr.

W'. .in the state, coming from Ocala! in the following form: selection of a permanent commissioner of the Woodstock woolen tinned Mr. New, emphatically, "he then plunged into a discussion pi a':::

t.. and Tampa, are attracting attention county, state of Florida. It is hereby and it is impossible at presentto mills_ .at Woodstock, N. C. would select neither Reed nor McKin- money question and of the cause. :

::1I:;' and are warmly commended. ordered that the months of-- (de gain any definite idea of what will ley as the republican candidate." iho/ recent_panic and bad_ times :'

... }, signating the months) are hereby designated be done in the matter. Judge Thomas COUNTY TREASURER ROBBED. Colonel New positively declined to -- *>

'''tt" >',\" and fixed upon as the months will act as commissioner until such ----- sate, however, who the general would AGE-IIERALD CHANGES I> F

.: i' Favor Cuban Independence. within which if shall be unlawful to time as the executive board of the association Four Masked Men Held Him Up and favor.MAHOXE'S.

:"If,4 \ ,.. There is a growing interest at Washington'in chase, hunt, catch, kill or otherwise may make another change.' He Yielded $6OOO. Hereafter It Will Advocate Ospir;

1 the Cuban situation, and a. molest any deer within the limits oi GOLD COMING BACK. County Treasurer B. F. Wood, of CONDITION HOPELESS' age of Silver. ,_:A ,

decided in the sentiment in this county. Ordered this -- The Age-Herald .published$t <
.fl increase -- ,
-- Arcadia Fla. held
was up by four Easily Bat Physicians
f .: favor of recognition of the people of day of --- A. D., 18Chnirmau Quarter of a Million Shipped on the masked men and was made to open the There Is No Chance for Him.Say miqgham, that has been hermitrun .

;'r, that island, who are. making inch a Spree and Fuerst Bismarck. county safe and turn over the contents A aa a single gold standard P2'

. / heroic fight,for independence. This is Board of County- Commis The steamship Spree, which sailed which amounted to about $6,000. Mahone Washington special says: General has changed hands. The
+ .. decided triumph for Senator Call 1 6onc-rs. rested easily Tuesday .afternoon are PE
a from Bremen for New York on October Mr. Wood had for several nights been mainly former
., ; '- who was,one of the first men in publiciori And they shall cause a copy of said 1, carried $100,000 gold and the meeting the train for Strawberry and evening and at midnightwas Daily State, which was th
;... f w to the in order to be published in better than at any time since his free silver
4jf0 to support ,
come public tome newspaper steamship: Fnerst Bismarck from Hamburg paper in Alaban-
Plants and his
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.jU;& ', J'J Wish I bj.pe Cubans. The senator is fre- in the county if there be one, on October 3 carried $150OCO After the robbery WRY Mr. Wood was collapse. He is, however, in a preca paper, The State will discoDtInueThe s
up. :
. : "prld..butlebttY.inadvan 1 in two issues was I rious condition, and his physicians '
; eof of his fel- thereof and bel
many I one copy Botb' amounts are carried for ZiinmerForshuy Age-Herald will hereafter
forced to crotsliea
count for
:., ::... J"":"tall. ....your.... money, in: >-vpen in the senate of tho thereof shall be posted at the door o f mans of New York. I .miles. twenty gave short no hope of any possibility beyond lashed as the State-Herald and wi11.a..
a prolongation of his life. '
-1f : vocate bimetallic doctrines.
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for a Street Railway \ ;
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;i II'. HpBnag.ITS' I .. :" .GOSSIP OFTHE CAPITAL IN BRIEF At a meeting the board of. aldermen New 'Florida and; Northern .Air. 'Line..and. 'v ', .j }

if 4f P. .p M) mo SORES PARAGRAPIIS.r. of Meridian,Miss., a, resolution Florida, Trunk Line. '* '. <. :,.' ,r
:. g H to award the. franchise for the opera 0 .' T >. ,' > '- -
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tion electric street the TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JULY 8, 1B95.j \
r c t ; ... of an railway on :
t POKE ROOT ABft1111MAIJ1R.I'' streets of Abe and the maintenanceof '. :', .r,
:PRICKLY ASH the city ". ". '
Doings of the Chiefs and Heads of Oo .' 'K' : "'
ii'j: an electric light plant to furnish .:! -t. *. I. >-0 NQBTHEKXPOINTS. I I I. '.
AND'POTASSIUM KIDNEY TROUBLES "Various : co,, 'O'J::; "; r-1. :'I:= .4 i' -- .'
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Departments. =- d'a :: 2" ? 1. ; =aQ t. .:..'
lights for the city and 'motive'power .;. CQ : <
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for the to W. R. .Hall and 03 a ;' oa .. ,
DYSPEPSIAMarVe1 railway associate --..:... ,.
T Hakes and - :- -
f);. In the city of Washington, this ?, of Chattanooga, Tenn., was 200p 4SOp :... 620p 730a lYJ'k n.lear lOS'a 9 -lOp. ...... 900a735a If lOp ': f- ?
P.P.P. mouth, the first annual convention of unanimously passed. The board of 217LS02p 520p .. 7 Olp\ 8 bra: ...:Yl1lt'e ?.. 940a42a 8.J702p r ...?... 812a 620p ,
: ; YasS Cures Arc e1S.Urclyrcmond by 4) the National Mission Union will be council has concurred with the alder- 545i> ;..... = i w .... .. .... 4rFrn3.ud IT 9 Z4 6&p ., ..... 6 GOB; -.,. .
-PricMy; A,n. Poke Boot and Potnsilium held. It will be notable gatheringof ..... ...... ...... off, 845p 955a '.Everett.ar ..... ....,, .. r
r ;- tie greatest blood purifier on a manic board in the adoption of the ..... ...... ..:... i: ..... 'Br'asnckTSaTjunah" ...... ,. a .... .. :t... ..; ', .
Y 'eartti. rescue workers from all parts of the resolution. ...... .. ti42a14lp "' ,4 .. ..... ..
Blood 'PoisonJa1y21,1891. ...... .... .;;;: 10 Sip 55.5a Up alt- .... ...,.. .1
in BBOB.. savannah. ,. land. : ...... ...... ...... 10 4lp 11 WI STSVnn'U ar 5J6& 434p ,,;c') ;.. .. ,1... ...,..
4 Ga'Kzssas t DEA LippiiAN SIRS-I a bottle oft has Danville Tobacco Firm Assigns. ...... .... .. ...... a 5lc- 12 35J ar Fa rfcx 1? 3891840p: (, 232p Q' .:... ....... :;.... a .,
3'ourl'P P. at Hot bout ,Ark.three and Secretary of State Olney received ....... ..... ...... S =2 630t400p "'.AI\ wua." .:.... :T ::01' ..,... ..... ...... '. ,
w + Rheumatism It has done me more goon tuna the following cable from Min Stnlt, Lisberger & Co, large tobacco ...... ...... :..... Q 2 1'22i 2 l5p 'Denmtr's":: SOSa( t 4'i.! J5"2 o ....... ....u. ..... .;
Dor.tbs'trcl.tment&tthoH threo:bottles! C. O.D. Spnnga.Becd t1. ister Terrel dated Therapin, a suburb manufacturers of Danville, Va., who ...... ...... ..... '.:d 255a "OolulUlia" '13'U 1210J H ..:... .?..., ....... ,."..
r noapectuJlIl.cura. of "There has do an extensive business in the south ...... .... .. .... .. "5! ...... ...... "Sp'rt'nb'g1 ...... ...... 2 r ...... ... ;;.....
and Scrofula f I ON,,O Constantinople: and west have to P. H. Bois- .... .. .. .;.... "3I100Ja.. ...... ",Asheville .... ....'.. 225"S Aberdeen Brown County; (j.P. been tranquility for the last forty- assigned .. .. ...r..... ..... 2 to 70:111: 820;? 1 Charlotte" nosp747p 8 40.* ...... .' ............. W. ,r w, ti
t .F. P.purtfles tie blood.builds rp Capt.J.D. Jobnston.. ;. eight hours Kiamil Panka was appointed ten, trustee. Liabilities $75,000 ; assets ..... ...... .... -::; 847a 988,) ".'ali-.bnry.. ..... 73: '-? = ..?.. .........-...' .. -. "
the weak and debilitated. gives; To eJJ whom U may eoecertr 1 hero \r; grand vizier. Dreading the nearly that amount. ............. .... .I.c 1015 10 43? "Gr'iwb'r. 604'11I;;;; .... .... ...... .:
K strength to weakened nerves health, expos and by testify to the wonderful properties .... .. ...... ...... =:= a; 11 40a UOOpI53i ".DmTille" 6lOp227p i 45& ;:;: .......: ......:..;:,. ,:. '
,I diseases.happiness Kiting the patient e.... gloomy or P.red P. P.for for several eruptions of with tho akin.nn unelgbtly -I influence of recent events in distant .... .. .... .. ...... ."' :;).2 205 ......!.Richm'nil ...... 1-2 3'Iftfa a =a a' ....... :..... .....: ., "-R
,) feelings whereuae flrst prevailed.For tan> and dioagrreeablo years eruption on provinces, I have renewed my demandfor w .... .. ............. :';4 : I43p404p: "Lynchb'R ...... 2 t20 a is ........:.... .....; .
jny face. vainnntll ry known remet4"., efficient protection of mission- ftef 8 S s oS.g .... .. .... .. ...... E *; : $35& "Th'rl'tBTle'"B'itimore" ........:..... ...!...' .
primary for blood, secondary poisoning and tertiary mercu- dy ba. 111 P.enred.P. P. was' used. ; ...... .... .. ...... sf 83 'p 642i'Welt'gL'n"ii15a100.ip.0:: .......... ...... .+ ..
r1 irDblus. malaria dyspepsia'and sad(BiSUcd e.D now by entirety) J. D. JOHNA'J'ON (1 aries. $ ...... ...... ...... r'::!:)'oZ '" 1125, 8o.5a 94I 837p ..... ;.......;.... .
>r to mood and skin: diseases ilcers., like Savannah. Ga. United States Mint Director Preston ...... ...... ..... ;;:'; 256a 102--.1 .1''PhlladeL''Ne 7 20a| 5 5T:>p .... "J".... ...,. .' .; I
$ tetter blotches:, scald pimples head.Old bolls without chronic erysipelas.we f"enro.f Skin Cancer, .Cared.. ""- has received unofficial information from 23' CH flgf t offl ...... .. .. .... 6 2O1
:& -ctIOn.that may ajr.. P. Rte tbebet T4KinonyjromtkslfayorojSegxinTcs... Russia to the effect that the gold pro. gOM Elegant 'ilawuh flaw Coaches lack onViLe .u Y/asunjjM-a on N<<8. 37 and Si. g
blood partner In the world,andposltlTe. makes, BEQTTJTI Tsi. Jennary 14, 1803.MEBBHS. :" duction of Siberia would this year < 3 '
> speedy and permanent pures.p LJPPJIAM Savannah, prmN I HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE, Y
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IDa: cases. > da.: Gentlemen BRot.y ed your P. largely exceed the output of last year, : CIXCINNATIJACKSONVILE.To S'. I..oni Ch-cairo. Sioux Cm'y. ; i' .
P. P.for a diseases of the skin nscal'.y! I when Russia produced $25,000,000 of h tS <5 S"u ;
tulles wboaestemlSare poisoned known"a okln rancer.of thirty No 301 I l|UoBCOUaiti 4 i

t Uon."dos to menstrU.:. 'u."'.....:u1t1s.IItllJldlng con.- tDe. and blood sound and great removes reI'VI rBtS'Q? .;. gold. Mr. Preston estimates the gold p Cl'S2' p en ---_ .htca: Detroit!o. Toledo ---.m 6 2upm LT .JacJwonvUio.. ....Ar 10".".Am '

4 are ecullar11 beneltf\d 1 tbe wonpurifies from the seat of the dlnoaso." ,. production of the world this year at '. "== c Cleveland, ,, It'.I a a o.S... 1 T ..... .At.anta: ....,,Lrll45pm.J .J. v
derlaltQn'odd pr1tIB.il any soroaJinf of t'.io' ; c &3 : trjti .= -= ::.. ... [" 2 ;. '
prevent 12 OOn'n750pm 5
than that of the .Birminzham.; fpm .
Poke and
ertJeaof P. p. :- I have taken flvoor six bottles more $200000,000; c';; = o :: J oni.vll>. O..O. ::: '
and PotUllmn.. r'tC w Bor e1< h..... "dtl"! ZQ .1-I:.: Z" .c. .,.Holly fspunK,: *.... fA 720a "
Boot: and feel confident thnt another course United States at $46,000,000, being an ...:.... :::: c''IW z y Nashville.Indianapolis.. ';:;-. .
Ang.14thi89i' 7iH effect ndlrestlon>l also relieved i r? Sit I :;3' M Q a'" 7 .am .S t. LOO.S. .... 7SOpra185pm %
8PR .'the')fn. f; jne from and stomach. increase over. last year of about :- ooSi ; a 1 :);JPm *. ......Chicago:: '.. .... II ".+;.;". '
-I caD epet J11gbeat.teftDI: troublea. Yours trui'nusdicfn C I>j P -- -- ...... fA 7 SO ,
'() .iron my t+wapergo. 'if. M. RUST, 6000000. c. :: 730a 623pn LvJacksVle 10 30.im 730pm700am, Dubnnne am .-';'
eotadirichhears .. ... II ..
i owledwasa Attorney at I aw.S5 H oQ ._ Siimx Ciry 800pm ;:
dWeaee. theumatlam for Collector Wise, at San Francisco, --C J55i450p 84:>pm Ar.varettLv 1I2.ml .. ?..
waatreated DOSSnhyslclans 7??0.S : 22.m !facon.. 12 lOam .. '
bythevery u. ..
Through Pullman sleepers SLiLonLl.aDd ,
1 +r years eVery ... t ho.ndmrededSO without M Gi BicsJ Diseases! $ M ice freD[ has been structed by Acting Secretary I 5: P to 3 "I;..:. 830E 5 45 am .. AtUnta. \J 10pm ..?..... J.tck'onville. Sleensrs throasd Chicago or ,

Ian fcadtnc tried relief. I hare only taken ALL DBTJQGXST3 bELL IT. Hamlin to deport all the Chinese r,..- '3: SCTg. OO mgCO ...... 94:ian Lv Atlanta ........ ...... Sioux: city and Jacluonvilla with but one .fir' v ;
one: bottle of your P. P. P., and can who were admitted as laborers for the ....'t:! 3" eets lt ...... lOOpmA'Chto'gILAr ........ .. ?.. ch it has: done me more ..J .
.'R004thanRnytktnglbane.erta.keD.cheerfully say LIPPM AN BROS. midwinter exposition. The Chinese rl'l 5. S ra-:, -.. .... 2 0 1 I --Ar --...-...-. .. KANdA Cll'Y L1AE.-TnrowgJi bleeper .' .
all I
medicine to VIf.J. pm
recommend "'"
Ida your 'PEOPRIETOES, under the law were entitled to remainone S" >3<1 Sp c'- ououvitle! to foil v Spr nga HoP Springs. to
"aoIIotroraoftaboveIL. 8Y. t .... 710p. Art 8 COam ...... '
)1R9. M. : ,Moo Uppman'aBloek&TIIDBsJaCa year, but have overstayed that _*. "vi. .... 7 20 a..nr: Cm'Datl .:. 8 OOpm ...... KanlluCi'y, (onocban"eonly.. ) ; .. ''
Qteen count:7 '
Spb11eld. time. A month the Chinese laborers IjC fflS No.3ti. ilissoun+ Arkanfiag, IntSian NO.. "
ago 2 0> Territorr. I a -,
had it announced to the treasury > .
p.s 'g"52: <* Day Coach on No through' to Athnta. 6 2(>pm743am Lv.... Jwksonviila .....'Ar 3OIun. 4 Ir '
department that they had departed t" 7 -.0 5GO IH5pm Ar. .. ..Everett...-....; Lv 7 42am'114.1pm '
but this: has been discovered to h-...:......... w m 4Yf Ar..A lama.. .......;LT .. ,
O .... t NOT. 35 an 136 connection leaves At'anta al ....... LT J
....I3irraiu'.hani.Memphis. 2
be a Chinese trick to throw the authorities :::: 12 UOo a Ar. .: 6Spm
$ iVliddleton ...... oa'pO" ow 1L 4i n. m. for Chattanooga, arriviacj Chattanooga 1000pm Ar....... ..:.... .. LT' 520am ,
Andrews off the track. Ii3 III= RIDt : 1:00 p. m. J.-epCH: to and from Jaeksou9 la m Ar..Spnn; yld. Mo.. .' Lv Wpm> f

% Attention is called to a very important .Ot :o:;: &og'. P Tille- UOpm Ar.fianstj C.t......,. Lv lOSOam ?' Ihon.

but much neglected source of national a ..... 6 South and Went Florida aDd-Nos. 7 Nos. 3 '

Livery Sale and Food Stables.i& wealth by United States Consul p... rrw. O Q and Daily.950pm.13 Nt Daily.90jam). .9 New Orleans. anM4Daily.. and 10Daily.. .' rz

Chancellor at Havre in a report to the 63ts -- .. i'

state department upon the peat industry g2 O ........ Lv..Femanf\ina..At.\ ....... SfOpm3.50pm : = r":... 5 ?'
: t As America an inexhaustible ? 2OO ODRUG p ........ 1009Jm Lv..Cdlaha.n.\1 ........ "s '".
> | FINEST TURNOUTS in the city.iDniOT1 possesses ,!II 950am Lv.... ...Jacksnnvtlle..Ar 630am 3 45pm ;: 2 .:)
L supply of peat the == 10 :.Jp'l1 10 55am Ar. JJaldwm: ........Lvl 530im 31Opm : ..... '
points out how in view of recent developments C 12 Liam: 1? Olpm Ar .S arke. .LvAr 40501 54pm :t y S r
in it '- 12 Sam 12 35pm 'allll ..LvAr 32am 125pm ;'. Pa s '
Europe, may some : .
I s Teams s nfl Drajim a Specialty extensive field for the STORE. x700am132m 156pm .Games tillo .Lvr 1155am 1155am740am ., ,Q + ts
day open up an .... .... OOpm/.\ ._Cetlir Key..Lvr .......t : : c ;) .
employment of capital and labor. The 2 1 3pm \ .......Hawthoruo......LvAr 2 43am209an 1231pm t : d I ,4
i ProD1p. : : 1en.1l.on.; : ;: : application of this substance seems to e= == 200dm 201pm ...... .... .... ...... > 120' pml' =.ter= !
be practically endless. "P S ... 2 3S|>m .Silver Spring.Lv ..* .... I :
h I REASONABLE CHARGES t O = 3 OOam 24 00350pn Ar..........Oca.a..........Lv 1 O5am: 11 19am r c:;) =- 3H '
Renewed interest in the Waller case w = ..*.*... ...... Ar.Homo+ass* ....Lv ....*..' ': COam .r L'e at +
.... ; ...I: I has been aroused at Washington by cc 42'am! ArWildwood..Lv U JOpm 1 t01>aam ,i"=r6J "
Stables Call and streets block from Depot. ... 6 2Tnm720A 420pm447pm Ar....Lpesburj.... ..L% 10 25pm925pm: I 9 SSitm CI 1 < t ':
Thompson one of Ambassador
corner receipt a telegram from iIJ Ar........Tavares.......Lv : 910am :.. .. r
Eufatie announcing that the record = 10 50am 615pm Ar.Orll&ndo..I.v 643pmi6J9pm 7 45au830nm: ; r; .. '
and accompanying; documentshad O O 53'pm Ar.....Winter Park..Lv : e >yC. ...\.; 4
Ir MORGAN BROS. been received at the foreign officein { r __ 5 2"ram 29pro Ar..St. Carhertne.Iv 3Jam : = '..\r" ,dw
iIJ 54Stm608am 4 51pm Ar..LacoocheeLv I 48pm '.II0am. ..t .'. :.,
Paris, and were being translated. r. 5 03pm Ar.......DadeCity..Lv I 27pm 49m.. .y.a ;
Although Mr. Eustis does not say so J. L. GASKINS = 728im900im 6 11pm Ar.Plant Ciry..Lv 812pm 748dm700am : c KGs;) .... -(

r i P. O. Building. Starke, Fla. in his dispatch the presumption is -DEALER INDRUGS tr O 710pmAr?......ffampa I ?.....Lv 709pm723im)() ; .
-- r.p
that the French government, in accordance 930..m-.C c ; ar 9
\ 950amLv..Jacksonvtlla..Ar : ;
with its promise, will delivera AND 11 56.m ,\r..Lake City....4o..LT 34am 3am:1: C1.J .5 5
copy to Mr. Eustis as soon as the I IXBDICINI1S =:.. 13104m 12 40pm Ar..Liva Oik./.Lv 4 Slam 54am :f ..... "
Wholesale translation is c3 1 55 im 1 34pm Ar...,.... Sla/li- and detail Stationers. completed. FJa. ) 410am 2 52pm337pm ........Monticcllo........LvAr 23.51n.10.30pm .. en... ,"
The consul general of the United := 5 20Jm. .... ...Tallahas ee. ......Lv 830pm = '. .. : 0<
. States at Mexico City has sent to the O-O 5 ..... .. 432pm Ar.... ....QQlDcy..L 114am 35pm e. .
y 'iF 515pm Ar......Kiver Janc'ioa... ..Lv 12 Siam ...... .. r. .3
'Dealers ia Musical Instrumenta and Merchandige Wall Paper Novelties eto. state department a detailed report Physicians' prescriptions carefully Through Pullman 11 OOpm \r.......,.Peusacola........Lvr 725pm385pm 515pm"A : .. rc
upon the changes proposed be made compounded at all hours- Sleepers Jacksonville 305am \ ..........Mobs e .... .....LvAr ...:;. .. ..' .;<, .
Picture frames made to order. Fall line of School Books and Supplies by the Mexican government in the day night lo hew' Orleans. 735am .... .New Orleans..... Lv 11 OOam ..... .. 'J' ': ,

Legal B inb. Orders for Printing received. Christmas goods in season. tariff system of that country through or x Daily except !Sunday: t Connections at Tampa for 8t Petersburg. Manatee Rivar and .'; ;,/ &

0 bills before Key West and Havana Breamew. At Waldo reamer for Melrcxe. Connect tt Tallahaa-, '
now pending .
congreps. see for St. Marks. Carabella and Apalachicola. Connects at River Junction for (Chttahoochd "'- .
The purpose is to abolish the systemof A Bailey river uteameni. Connects at 0011.'a for Homo+l8Ra. .
Wm TISON interstate tariff duties known as the All bacrcage, will boo checked! from Uoiin Depot Tickets will still be sold at the city.ticks I ,
"alcabala." The consul general be- office, 202 Hogan street, as well as at tha Union Depot: ticket o73ce '.;'.1 t' ,
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;. lieves that if the C. N. DEEBBO"WER Tt&1
proposed changes are STARKE, FLA. Ticket Agent 202 West Bay street, corner Ilosan. Jacksonville, Ha. 1 ,
agreed to our trade with Mexico will N. $.PENNINQTON, Traffic Manager./ A. O. MAcDONELL, '. ..".

be greatly increased, for the old system General t'a.a.qenger, Agent
LIVERY" ,FEED AND SALE STABLES has restricted American enterpriseand ,

\ ')4 ; repelled Pension American RollIDcrea.sel.A capital.. WbolosaIo and Rotaillloalor Southern.Railway.! : -J : 1.

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t. year ago Commissioner of Pensions --:- \... .j., \.,
Hodges Starke Fla.tie. .
Lochren said that the limit had in ;
probably ------ f .""':
been reached in the number of '. \;
'H rather in the amount to be ,,\( .' .
pensions, or
s' Hut ,Mi and rli tees in tile cilyGentle "
.. yearly appropriated for pensions. It FRESH BEEF, : / :? :

,tt .1 was his opinion that there would be a ) ..... .I, *
slight reduction in the number of pen PORK & MUTTONSLICED S. '

sioners on account of deaths but that AUTJ THE SHORTEST RODTE. ,; :'

\ Horses. Stylish Rigs. the allowance of new pensions with ,
back pay and arrearage would prob- HAM A SPECIALTY. \r"o"' '" .t S .,.'.,. \,- .d-

I Horses Boarded at Reasonable Prices and Given Best Attention.THEciCLYDE ably keep the amount about even. THROUGH PULLM tut' ROOM CARS ..' .-* .

While the amount of money paid for J COMA' NT CARS, DINING :CARS, ', ;.: ;;.
pensions will not ba materially different t..;..
from that of it TttlJ 2 GHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED. TRAINS. .. wry
: STEAMSHIP CO. past years appears H M
In r i .
that there has been added to the pen. ... !

sion rolls during the year about a QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.: ;1;

thousand names in excess of those that ,- ,
H. d have dropped out, so that there has '.

been an increase instead of a decrease. PoorHHealth North:: azi: .ct Ea nt. North:: and" Wos.t. -
There have been out r
a great many .
NO'Oe. 19. 1 NO. T. j yN.7e.
standing pension claims adjusted during AU TRAINS DAILY.t .rt..u...". "r,4rw t ALL TRAINS DAILY 1,0..LlC. 1o'xs& lC.UII. .. r
the year, and that accounts for the
r been Lv. Jacksonville. F.C.A..P_. 7 30'am 20 P1D Lv. Jacks mvilie. F.C.&P.. 6 20;; 730am 1 l 4
increase. The has not
large year Everett _. I 155>> tm S.4pm Kvereit Southern.. 8 Wpm 1000 am ':I 1
fatal to the death rate Savannah, ." 11 5O.m 10.41 Ar. Macon, II. 2 45 7
"4 .. _...., very pensioners, pm em 4 eo pm n
a: : Columbia. Southem. .5 0.pm { roam" Atlanta 5 45 m 30pm f' }
i NEW YORK. CHARLESTON LINESThe being less than would be anticipatedat A r. Charlotte, _. 8 2U pm or 00 am Chattanooga, 7 10 Jm 6 83am
G' AND FLORIDA the time of life at which the veterans means so much more than' Wublngwm, fI 42 am 890 pm Clnclnniitt. (}. A C._.. 7 20 am13010'n 7 20 pm
magnificent Steamships of this Line to sail as follow: Jl41timore. PeDD.B.B.. 8uam 1123 pm It } ;
appointed Ar.
Birmingham. Southern.
are arrived.The
of the late war hare _.
Pnllutelphia. 10 13 am 3 OO.m ,
t Calling at you imagine-serious and St. Louis. Cairo 3h.Line 7 30 .,
Charleston urn
& "
. O., both ways. Venezuelan Question. New York, _. 1l: 53 pm 6 20 am ?? ??- ", A
rrem New York. Pier 29. E.R. Standard Time-Steamer. From Jacksonville.: lL fatal diseases result from' Ar. Memphis. K. C.11. & B. 10 00pm ___ _=i '
. For Charleston and New York. Interest in the Venezuelan questionis "r. Asheville, Sontherp._ :.__..__ 1010 am Kansas City.II 5 00 pm __ ',.:.

r .I Wednesday.. Sept. 25, at. 3pm .... SEMiNOLE: Tuesday Oct, I. at 130 pm constantly growing in official circles. trifling ailments neglected. .' t *_
r i. .']1'ur'1 A. f7, at 3pm ,'". CHEROKEE Thursday, .... 3. at .00 am The leading advocates of the Monroe 1 Don't with Nature's' For full Information apply to any Agent of this great Railway -r-:
,Oct 1, at 6 30 play '
3pm IROQUOIS at am .
. ,IMday. to at a It m .... ALGONQUIN Thursday.Sunday to at 1 30 am doctrine are taking such action that it System, or its connections. :..,....i.;
t lion d+y. '..:. 'l. at apm ....,8EMINOLE Bunday. 13. at 12 0'm will be impossible to relegate this greatest gift-health. '
WSd eaaaT.r., .} to' at\ 3 pm.... CHEROKEE Tuesday, 15. at 130 p m IV. A. TURK C. A. BENSCOTER, S. H. HARDWICK, .1 :
, 1 may, U."; at"'pm ...IROQUOIS Thursday 17. at 400am question to the background; and it If you are feeling .
t" 15 ... .. out of ,weak General Pass. Agent Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent Ass't Qsn'l Pass. Agent a:
'Fridai." ,: at 'pm (' AIXJONQUIN SandaT. 20. at 5 00 am must come forward. Either the administration sorts : "r ,
r .,
: +."..? 1101'" 'pm .;.... SEMINOLE Thul'lld&T, 21. at 130a mI and generally ex WASHINGTON, I). C. KNOXVILLC, Ttf N. ATLANTA. GX ... ,1.: '
)fonday. ... 21.- at 'pm ...CHEROKEE Sunday 27, at 1200 mednesdaT' will take the initiativeand :. haustednervous; :' .;;, *?*
.t '? .23..,..." 'pm .... IROQUOIS TueedaT. .". 2!). at 130pm enforce the Monroe doctrine or 11 oitlm.c' : have no appetite W. D. ALLEN, .: '< '"
day. and .
:' 25- at 'pm \.; ALGONQUIN Thursday 31..t 130 pm can't work, '
i 2rieader. 1 28, at 8pm I .... 8EMINOLK!: BundaT Nov. at 400 am the matter will be taken up in con.gress begin at once taking Florida Passenger Agent, : ''',t' I
f a and its enforcement worked for the most reliable ,
![ I strengthening 212 West Bay Street JACKSONVILLE FLA. ,1, t
,Charleston and Jacksonville Line there.It on medicine.which .-:: ;:'li y

For the present and until further notice steamer "Temassee" is intended is learned on the best authority 11 ters.Brown's A few Iron bot-Bit July 28th 7.805. : .<".. :':".
to .u from that the state department is now engaged : : :
PhiladfllPhi for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from Charleston ties cure-benefit .
wr in collecting all data bearingon comes from the i..{..
PhiladelphSundays..i Close with B. ,
connection made at Charleston Clyde Itters very first dose-it _. "
,Florida Bteamera for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida points. the Venezuelan boundary dispute _'t ttain your -- --- -- ----- -- -- --- -

Also, p niliddrjliia and interior with a view to be in readiness to act teeth, and it's
points via Philadelphia. at the proper time. It is learned from pleasant to take. '

p c ,ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE. semi-official when this matter sources was that being not long discussed ago, It Cures U. D. MINER, > : .1

For by the president and several of his Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver ." '
I Sanford, Enlerprisi and lofamidlaft Points on the St. John's Rivar. friends Mr. Cleveland said, he pro Neuralgia, Troubles, Watchmaker and 'Jeweler.John's : .. '.

Is BTEAMEB EVERGLADE, Capt. W. A. SHAW posed to enforce the Monroe doctrine, 1 Constipation Bad Blood ,
I, s ftppointed to. call from Jacksonville Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00 and referring to the Venezuelan boundary Building Next to Po toffice. is' "
(0' !rid returning: leave Sanford' Mondays and Thursdays at 5:00 a. m. dispute, indicated his intentionto Malaria, Nervous ailments < : % ; ,1! .J1

1 Passenger and I Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay street, Jacksonville take some action in due time look. Women's complaints.Get 1

+a .,Jtb. .,L 01JoI&lutreet.J&CUo.uv1ll.B"n ridaFrel&ht Agent., Fla., S.M. Ironmonger.204 w. Bay Jr., Florida street Jacksonville Passenger A, FlaP" nt'X'U ing to the carrying out of the great lines on only the the wrapper.genuine All: has others crossed are substitutes red- Best Assortment s f aides, Clocks oi Jewelry In tie City : :; ,,

S A. J. Cole general Passenger Agent, American principle of having the mon- On receipt of two 2<:. stamps we ",. ..

neo.ano.Bowling G."agerg'rrs Gren>flo. Manager ew York.; J. A.5 fowling Leslie Superintendent Green. N. Y. archies of the old world keep their '1 will Fair send Vlcws set and of lea book-free.Beautiful World's Special and Prompt Attention Given to Repairing .-'I

: n New York. foot Hogan street Jaokaonrille, Fla.A hands off the western continent. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE MD.
D.uJo ]!Ilse. G. F. .. 12 South Delaware Avenue Philadelphia. \ fi m fL Charge's Eeasonabie .

.tll' !.stk Dela1rU'e VIM. CLYDE & CO., Ceneral Agents, THE characteristic of Shakespeare is For sale by J. L. Gaskins* Starke V T T, Fla* ie.old Gold bought or,takeg.la exchu s.. .. .
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'ii Miss Oene.Swny ej a preUy_ ax4WghiypqwgnvernvsaInthp.fsaJ1yot ;5NEHVOU8: .."- ', < ,-I',. .'_ ...,,',.'..,.., ," :..jI'-i. ,., f ",Y.-"' "' S ,
,- : tcnnipllsbed| )rounrWVV:) car :ADthoDY.if Slrnple and, Aggravated 'forrjis pt Ji>e H() ; ;. .: : .. th, -; : ; '\ ; ; : "
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1g S fr !. : S_ :7 d And Palpitation) of the Heart. eral days ...r 7"
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ta e r. ..N a epte4ibelyplI1ou'if Ppfsyour" food. sour after eating t Are you pay '" | : ," : '.:rIa:..... ... SpacQ: .

S a9tcoose (trnnmerln the'millinery, stJuhLr.'t "paallj,confused and excited? 4 Dp! J'Oget up hath future.Mrs.. "":' .' b. I

; P.i tVI&\'Z: :"!1.d : I. n. : ., morning tired end unre freshed: and With.a \ 5 '5.. .. 4; ... 5 5 _

e1tort tbauatatning the cnvftVItJFep"jlon % bad taste in the month? Wright !\ ., : .18 .

i\ r'".pjf* .' ha > : ...".;.
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disagreeable feelings tn the head and eyes? .st. .
__tu secai1i : Hiicules :'is'. to ..be grtu14pd! : _

be it oojthe .Jwitht: .. il inot;;,Qnpof<< { his8l_ udentsecufeaLtCTchjEV Ar* you irritable and restless the Mr.rolL!. 1.is ; .1. erved: fq : !:

*i* ba I ''fa1lM51jtu. .,.Dr... exlrralon.. :.4tu\ S Does your heart thump and pause you to gail after : ::
< day .
CrtifJratc. Thisspiiks'foiumes for:breath after climbing a flight of stairs? r.::
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< ; .\ fo "1piBceqcy! "of the:;pr9|ci-. Dflfis it distress yon to lie on the left cidotHa ... '

ior'a Dte\bfjd\ : ot/ieacn ng.,'and Bhoulipot! ; "ft you Impaired.memory, dimness o{ yjaon. North. ,

5& ,Mwslle! sccnucf.; l\i.fbrgptten j'l- prospcctlTe teapliersvdis { :. ,1.i ,1. : ; depression of mind\ a.nd gloonyr forebodings Eloise will mike. T T. ".

S ; ; $i ) ,,,- trR! 1r sseofJhea : vThese; symptoms mean: that you are suffering Mr. Geo. '' .:-

?\jt tIi seconyUe Uie :.t 1 d ''a. \ chi'c I Tison : !<< '. #
i ..., 'p,. acue. \ y from Dyspepsia and Nervous Exhaustion. ? : 'u-:
pruc1S "\'.> :;'I' t8;'.. Dd'iu-: tk' are There {a no pther remedy extant that has :Every' i! 4 :

__ z f'a.. -. 'n".... look much for this cj&ss of troubles The I C .
'. *Ddtuke4 flu ... h '! -- ( 6,0 ag ;:, ':

'UL! .. S (s cPre1I14uice4bilkusfl..8s.! scpTT's CHRBO-DIGESTIYE is ment making in : J ..; .. ;. '..f

Jr1 ,' ..adche. ,.' onstipli't'op' n4ulJ\ liver '
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.beter flhirIgea should be ioped'promptly. I, have uc *

; It BCMin_becomes. !.chrouic.' DeVytt'a; Col l: If your case has resisted the. usual: methods of Tha : I a .' '1

S ic a nd Chcxltnt Ci4re is' effective &*fecund I treatment we are particularly anxious! tohaje! Christian ; / #'JT"j
I1imc pel":;Humlfc s, rtetionIaIbeir. j you lIve Compound a triaL wo ,ds. a : )

E1:4A '5itnf wrtS'the. .virlue:o'f 'thfs:Kf :.aV mediijae : We guarantee relief in. evpry case aqd. will at the '

: It. cad: jafwnya lie: depenItipon 1 cheerfully refund your money should our remedy : boast' of. ; :

T Its'ustsV-Ii'VPII'. '.'time) ;_u|,;t. oiori. t-01Jrg. ttl\rke fall to produce the most gratifying results. people are \ : ; .rol] : Ml YQ'JWl: } t
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?i { lAJ4bl&ti iBt ) .,Co." ,i... ..._. .. :. >4jj'lie J Please remember, that the. appellation! Patent'. I a tendency -. a-
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i i fei i erriBA '- good peoplp of .the' Fort Qull ctun- Medioin%does not apply to Mis.
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., .foB ;to nj tee poiM 'M try re'making;;p'repoQS for the opeu- Scott's. CarboDigestive.Compound.. yocate. .. 4Qe W1t. tIAQ ,
LM MMW !nXflb< r' ft-ff0> Mk now get !
inir.pf7lhe F JLc 1c4p! $ p1 et 1lg. The It is a prescription, up by a leading physi- ...._ : ; : ;

$ gtuqnds. bMvebeki! cwusulerably.improved WaD Who has made rtomach and nervous troubles Rev.'r P. ; << J _

dflI4CQ)1fltI:4q !b r JI.lL: (f; i expected. that .lie UeXLMicbwifl. a specialty for years. log; ) ; .

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44hw4Ib I 1ljiq. Ibe .of the,. physicians to. writs us. for the formula of.I The: : :!t.MIGBTJ' QLLAKii
; D1rocphenomen .. F. and.F;. ,
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't: '"' l" ,. _c. .. ,._, N', ...... 4t' which we will mail on application, that tier.
; "1, .. \'I'1'.... VItQ. ... t.:.& ':\pwogtet"lhepres8ur"B| on- our time. conM satisfy of its harmless character I Joseph. .. i
may .
"' ,. .ti_ HU n.\O: qeat,:toi'tQe, pubUcation .of the tax. thomseh'f.-s the city. i New' Y Q.rk
ti '" ';I ,ID,. t, t au...;. .. .. .t. ','.' and excellent virtues. _
'!"N fioJ ttlll.Ir: ; tr .#!t &..p -!' wde !.find. jjnlarjjement" i f the' p rnpi' lastweeV George !: : .,' rro' .

"' 1i.h .! ; :11\1.10.' .ri. akihil.r.. 1.-;! ......Sit..'d' k Qts' .', the. ... 'reporter. forgot." 'to speak. of.'. Ibo. I Scott't. Carbo-Digestiye. Compound,. P. C..A.' ;... .',., ...,. -
.:.<:': music a1e teqd.red tb. public by home science has '; '. .....
'1. :tber zamtbUaDAshouId be Is the most remarkable. remedy that. c. tl.. ; ,....- .. .
''': k,: l l '! s (({th* .'ivhar iijleut :'at' .the! school house .Friday evening produced. It has. succeeded where all .other. '.,. :;"''1 '

:; #1::. 'i ( ( ,@ttlczg .th.iij.1) ,tacltgs1 :: : I3tiptemb3r ?7 b.- -The entertainment', medicines. have failed. J." "-::'i',: ,.\j.'1 .. J... .";1t..

C" ;' :: \ ; l" _.... .: \.,.;<>14.... .. .'.1 WKS :a delightful one. and. 'great. praise: Sold by druggists 'eve ywbcre. $1.coper bottle. The ,: /sr ; :
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,4'fI' '''') .,t'. 'flCo1Hfl1! 'r ; :.q- ; 0< if as accord edj connected. .wUi{ i Sent to any.. ad4ress.. in. .America... on. receipt papers '" S ., :-
\.. -; .T-cmer.h.LDl tQte met "l' : political .
. i fj t J ik ef Pt r' fai4 Q 'Ta1ly4declared ihntMi: good. dinner, cf price. Charm ,: .. '.:'''';.:''>;.: -,. S 1 S
: : refund ..
f .f.... %11f,1f(' tl the mUngto' r4er. 7" had; gruif; Ipfluenco on .hunUDactions.. Don't. forget chat we chedrfully. .. yourmoney contends '..: ..ii : ISLS
hfresult.sare not satisfactory.. Order dt : ..:... J ; t ''
%,, ,.:.,itne.. ... r.mt.... tJ G ''";f",: mc 'Ri.>, a .r-1'1rbiIM <" ;Tl t s U :erj-iuoly: .true.. Maaf a m&q. los. I reel if your'druggist, does not have it. principles J;.oJb.i.. ;' ',-'> "., S. ; '( \\-i-M.r( .v' ..S

if....5.,J' .: .:o.. 'f .is, { lI "ID.11t .II= Yy1tCIII). ni,) other. .cinise!! thaq an. ; Address. all oraers.. to man or : ; ';{ ;S = < ; "t<:; !, b.L.
t1 l .i ztacIf.: biliousness. Every" busines-. .
1 t'. .' tf1"erp. : ,. : "** "' >, f able, td" : :
: : /. eIl' ,'"'4'L' ":,<. :'f kl" Jeep 'in. his desk: amon's, 'Sjjiver COfiCORO. CHEMICAL! MFG. CO. ceives 10 < S :S :

'. .'fi, : 'iY'P.; i1Itae'4nDl: Y. PQqS'3 Pill;! \. .JLJx x: costs .only" I 25. ... .. that we S .>S S : ;:
,: ., ,... 'H ta-" -N S "."--,_qre" \v.v' K S .cpntA-but.18' .wbrtli $25. in its'1 rsuIts. Topeka, Kas.. I ... .S .'.5-S. 5. t >.5

l !2 i *$OCUllY8( ;:VotiJD'lUte. ;'4. Uerctt iarte\briigU'iC. : .) ; ,your drupgisis, I The .M !

10. I'll' 1bitrmn4W..'4lderman. ".adS ""n., ." .W.o! nbopl.it nbd have fiiem tV: ive a free
you S
Office of J. f. GUEEU. CotTy.JUDGE, I '
i. I -I. :wJi:. ..., -. "... SS v'UCJvJ '. : i'. p.rnv i :
.iommi.t..t1JJo: ih. e1J'fL.was aQ .k4Ple.. qo ;_. 1,1 r FLAGETLEMES.TW'efltythrC3 the .T YQU NEmi '
't ::' 1 \" 0 "] S ..S GREEK COVE. SPRINGS CLAY ;;
( 4 4,11tervtng one i..t .. 'i-.."! oui.i.t ; ,
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; ; ". E; ; 1JIe .o C&t.'f4'CI1: '; ntbieiS : 1.m I i i.1 ..4ei utlpndin(. .the South .Florida. years ago nished'fur S:4. i :
\ t .were1ne gtydl cu od reviewed, : Pre3bjtery::,>it:0: uuoelloa last week 0i.FarU I Was attacked; wi'h' inflammatory rbenmatism ( ...
; ; .'\. b1.PiofoA; e l S :{; :. .. Ct eztepd( his'trip farther'south tndreporwfroui ; I was[ attended L by the most emInent per 5: of<-(;Jo;h! a j>atcof-.- -,, Kl ir. 9. J'! :JIa.t.i. ,
:;. ;.:;.t.,J....,;>..! .. .:. 7Igest&iIttM.1)dib.. t xjrt: : ; .ery Deof..tb.1'1'.aptly}1IeIIed IiriD- .. -';bapkV- .;. ood all thebetween physicians in the land ; 1 visited abreast Florida o : : \ ;r ;' ;. Under't ear1. =\ T I u\1.kJ 'Vll5e.. ot..aowe.g. ;in,,,

.. t t .".rthe pering and carpeting of 'ro aa: :tt: .uDtrr L here'.. aud Punta! Qordo.Magni1 the great Saratoga Springs: NY.. and S ':'
j ...' -. been 'l .... the Clothing' ,Of.,, FP'.F1r1! 1p.Jl 1. ; Ifi ..
;; ,:' t.Iti'tC. lift:q4wr.; 4id aan made % fer1 ,! !Q Cfint. pr4vlqq crops hiye.. the-noted ll<>t. Springs. of Arkansas and S 'S .

: '1& ;"' uwpcomp'fliustzauou of mason" i:4s: and the ornie** "roves give, abun- many ()Iht'f'waterjvg places! and nlwiiys: S .. 'S.f '- f
): '1;.' F. ,f1- '. :r.-r.:. : .. ,,* "' >, ,_ ,pruujise> ,of i, aijniu bein.a: source of consulting wuh: the, local physician for Fjom : : S :"" ....... '
:. .if 4'bt5Antlti4e was :well au ndednenrl.r; cerman, \
':*A&\ .fftry tmIer- hLhecoun'fbethK;: revenue". iq li". j .near, future. He- tnvv. n. directions; finally ciiine' t,) i"lorid11:11' milted' to ) N.D l1QQ.K
L : .f. L >-niaftntA! ,_"< Htiirkit furDisbfl) the .. : pf groves that wouj-l yield !c rge 'yeare ago. Al K.Jl'f two: years ago I. had ; : ,;
5t 1 tberbeIpg,1n; Stark, .tieif urqnges in. from two tn' five I I.severe attack of rheumatism, was confined r'.. -*.' wl ,

... 5* : Ia&1 9 : 'flza. io)1aIngpirt"ont) and found fur north for weeks New Di '' .
.. :. so me grove as ; to my room twelve and.
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{t t :S ''lWd1MdeJetatJo.D and hte P' ''0> "'vt'f.'t :J....'0<.. .. -- i' I P. P. (Prickly i Ash Poke Root and Potassium I Hivt'i"was! .J.P, :: I :{ ::, .. le !t4)n.. lw.ci.tf.- A fioe ,line .o(;:Shots Iog: tl'

. J:1.' : _ 'O'f.4:; ; : I ). knowing that each ingredient
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' I S f- ? down 1 .. men, wpmen and Jl. .1 ... ;;: .Y : was good for'impuii.lies of Ihe Mood.Af '. ; 1ac".W\ "Ul .
) ;I. '. iuiipr4i. ..'' 4 .fu.r'; f.fcfe sp ejnien..of. pDI'J..b MS..W (!nes-: grippe.. .. "'.f., r '.._
'' small bottles I .. .'. .
-Tbe. has btet ,Jyiid.:ii :luzwtant. ; '!l&. aid heavy er u&ing two was relieved .. ... ... t'
r.: ," .1' : followiqg .pj? raro <"5Tp ; HI four diJTm-ni limes since 'I would l', ] .1.. -. ...' ..
..: \ 'i:' J urranffed .t Qi4he'tet raeetiog ()f !1 1! g e proye"beyond. !)oiktl ,1 be f5jieu.n } and..it. : "_ S .t.
: :;' '. ;-ihe TeaclieriVilDstivote. will iijij 1. !'P 5ict8 ;n. this Itave. ha slight attacks. and I have each,. them. )1' i ALVAREZT1)C1U\berndd: ,,.
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Linie taken b ttlcs P. P. P.11fI '.
two :>
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. S S 0 been relieved un.'i I consider it themedicine l" .
i \ naturcd I .. '
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; : ; If' .. $OQJf..! ., '1: ,. er .ooe bottle : .-: 1
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truly. :
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: : : tblit --. IlTe"Jbe 11rst'short"aka&L'5u A certain for Chronic Sore ,. eM tMI.110II" J :u. !" ; ,
cure Eyes. good .
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ft. : ,'" 'ar :Ead '.uut1l,1g ...::.1..t.'T.erQ-. : .. :,,... .":..'- ..: I Icte'of Titter, S.-.U Hheum. Scald head Old ".uclt< as .lt-. _.k..wIlMullbMlUi__ by a.1t Vr 100..... A4l. ._h.. ,.. ..
oJ' S S SS : Chronic; Sores, Fever Sores. Eczema Itch. "boat and w&Tfl4Ls.bII.9kt. %, ,., a--. ...
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: i *The First 'Mwtwhfj in tbc School (; .In the' circuit. court", l ttiaia3.., Judge 1 Pniiriu. Sciatches Soie Nipples and herof;; '.4--S S ; .

: .: "jRoom: -:Mi a' Sara Boston. .chaDge'M; \ fenue the Piles. It i is cooiintr mid soothing. Hundreds sakfor. :i }\ PORTER'S J
Craned 1
Collection .Qucrrics.: Call :' : of cases have !been cured by it after quality f H; IEF r SS
.case'Qf M.Yl.-Dr1ggrS i ,' thalgt.l with 1 ,
'. S AnIR OOY: all other treatment hud! failed. t5 cents Air. SEPTJHEALI! G OIL
Si : .
&t/T-H iwTinffiiud he will : l
!.!.It. the murder ><
', ; per IKJX. For sle by the Sturko Drug will have MUTTON'I.: SS
Bead 10;; ,of Querries.An be tried at tif 'xt of court in Du.nne'nf '. ."" '" .i:
S Cu III pa r.r. to !
l Important I u.cati"ODa.1Vark .val COUllt,. :tt. \ APORK.
eviewed--R.. A.: 'Thomas M. W. '
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: Col. F. W4Pcpe;- ; .: .the mostbrilllaot Starke : .

i .Griffi, and Ollie .lagl1e fifteen min.' criminal-hi\sryers in 4e slate, UPSbeen I Best Little Purgative t: '

, r.. S it each eugageil: to di-feuil Onagers.Driggers I THE --- S 'V GE.i9LE8. I1! SKASQ.. ..

::. : 4:"A .: 'Debat.e--1luol"tcl.) That SuperinSbeats was brought to this. oily Tue.. lever used," writes one lad.r, .u; rrt a.-d to r I ; .
'. eudent DispoMtiou and .ilo d's Pills. "They aie so mild and c<- Hood's -
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If Sheriff ami -
iJoyviltn deputies
day,in charge ( ; 6 #
:, their workvith- : ;
Work Make Him a Suitable Person ,
sale r
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of Duval county, and appeared lit. I
cut ,
% a.iy griping. Odd 'eno\Js'.Bui1d' Starke.
f S I. for Re-election.-Attirmati.ve: A. fur''' -, .
bar the C9lrt'heo le motion _. ,
the of
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: J&: Kennwdy and G.V: Eatlu rly.) S.,. --
of lie li-oks 'S
venue was inade.
a change them to all suf .i
: ,.;N pt.ivV.. G. Ball .and; (;. F'. THE I IOOOthOPeop1e.Wear -
Done the worse for (a* condoement In the fCLngtmcOS- ) 'SS 1
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J 'Ii- ;5P'Tr Scott. ._ _ Duval county jail, beiug: if anything a I tivenesJ.: They J *

* ::. :'-, S 11..wtL1Iuery. Store.Me. little stouter than at the tune of his rapture S Trill certainlybrjngjoar Of For Barb Wire.Cuts Scratches''- 1w.D.DoiJg1aS Shoes I j ?

I and Mrs.'B. R. Witkovsk-t an- Bud chatted pleasantly. wiili! thoseof habits and Collar Galls, Cracked Heel

!' ... \xuniBC4 that they will soon open a his friends who were about} _him. t ? regulcr. We ue () Old Sores.Cats, Boils, Braises HAND" $ .\ BEST ;!
I .no.otbeicathar \ and all kinds of inflammation on SEWm:. : IX THE i
: .. ;...me ..bDe of millinery aud ladies' Sheriff Bowden neil his .prisoner took ; tic." Hood's I "
or beast. Cores Itch and Slange.Pe i ROCESS. -
furnishings Jn the Uodges block dinner ,U the boarding house uf Mrs. \'J. I .
..Pills. are rapidly increasing. favou: ?5c.ONE ,' ....1, aftu '
ksCire. C1: Jua wm. -, .5.00 3.00
! .on :loor cast .of.the -store .of .N. J. \V. MiMir iind departed on the -2 o'clock ..-- !...&;P1I4.! S !. .. .

: ..Jones.Mre.. train for Jacksonville, after H5tnypfon-i. ; i prepared for accident by keeping in your ,f S !

., WiLkovski .left .Sunday ..forjOaUimore ly two bout: 5 I CENT BRAN I % or.stable NaFsy.. All Price DrugflUU as ct*.Oil add It$M Loo.t Guarantee Hyoar $!I.00 $2.5O43.5O "i i

where she will purchase \ tst does act ke.p it send u 3J-cU. in:po.. '
Air. J. K. 'Fowler, secretary aud -lrs 'WDPS and we wW end It JOQ b'l11aU. S .
, L\full line of.bats and.bonnets in the : 1 ,:. -5-. \0 $5100 f=
I urer of t'ae.: .Corinne Mill. Canal nnd I S in Pan..1'n..J.D..... SWlulKU... *?
: latest JParisrfl. styles. The goods A WORD. : Deum..1 Itav wed r >* AMM. \ St'tclvU.. of Corin-, Uuh. tin f peak ing 1.zs.sa4S.4dIa GaI1.t8erateh8..4 DarlI Wi"Csp $250 1ffltaai.
ana be within \ pafeetdofaetIon..
Arrive displayed $
,will UemedV ; I WE 1.( ..4&cuca-..&au't bxtiJ. recommend. -it b L75! :
; AbeHext.ten.days and a treat is.said of Clia.mberlain'.s: Ctipgh) Bit y : Advertisements Insert e . 'to bcinstore for thoM who await the f'l consider. jl'!he best in.tije! qwbtj. 1 cent per wonl etca'insertion.. I A i BABYBURMED.I $125 FIr 1m ; 1.

nrrival .of this stock to purchase have used canny kinds but .ilfCbam1J'r-' C.nti.neI, a..a. s.am pl.s.sd.My to b.1fU IPftk..a.11IeIt.wari br gqw I'IwtG"ll_.11...' ForHenl .5. I

: -, winter nulliu rv. Iain's the .most prompt and effectual in :JL T3EK* 5EED...cn.I Flesh IOX l lut SETS arri'iwetI.price AXD m.&>.Or ItStT7b5*a vuc.tir.sfl.thei n\ld..r reasediel in applied a lev%ourOit I just us *vu wdl.: oil on BT Mock and InS that .1... .. ...... .. ... ... -;
Witkovski i'a .miiliner of giving relief, and now keep no o'her in .. .f ; ;.
\. Mrs. The is reduced. Sturku Drug Co.linn *.tIe.. .but KBfeiy. for tM. parpOM that I haft ertr nstG. WI...... actft1IIi. ::, .............. 4
1 ana excellent! taste, bayi ny5 lione. When troubled 'wiUi CQU :U. i. your,' i' C'r..LEW.l.:5.: 1a'1ll ..... .. MIl trte.W.L. :
experience I Pi1s.T.nJa.wy3.,1894 ?: = .
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i ing. received her training .in the famous '01.cold give tlus remedy a trial and WeIsiure'ou F.ULL tobacco aii.l ciffurs. Best. to ," 4- S .iuxrLcTrnl It 'fat. ... .........., iC.SapS4, .

millinery estbliehment of that you will If ,more ibnu -S had. btarke._ __j_ LIII Drug_> L < O_>. PARIS MEDICINE CO. J' DD !! 'r! ;_;; :.. ',iJ

\ ; : .. Armstrong, Cater. &' Co., of ;IJalti.f : pleased ,xvitii"the -result.For. ',sale by II I SACHET POWDER simply elegant.. I S ST.V W UIS, Jlo.,- '* : L. A1IYZ, )e.... ;

more.' tjtarkc IrugC\}. !. Drug Company's.; Call For Sale by al1.D""I th ''r I !anto A' Camrmi! Haqct
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