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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 18, 1895
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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
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System ID: UF00027795:00375
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# DEVP'J'ED'.TO. THE- BEST V INTERESTS,'OF, R TAEKK>. !' 'BRADFORD COUNTT ,.A.ND'THB ,STATE- OF- :FLORIDA.? ". :t" '. :;,
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TOL. .XVII., 8TABKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY,..OCTOBER' 18. 1&9&. ;, NO;,, .i

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J.i, l 'f b :;should 'calll ,at., j; Awarded Mrs. Rachel Edwards" and grandson. :

Highest Honors World*& Fair, Charles Moitt, returned, a, few days ago GRE T CP Wbs:

r SCOTT Store from Tennessee, where' Ute). paid an
6. CO.'S Jewelry extended visit to friends.'r .

,.u..Are .flocking to .our ftort
? mtlfti i ar go fbafl indifferent. There is no doubt, no failure, when you v=
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take De-Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure.It ., ..;these il ne__October dayt '.d. *

., 'Weare always willing and ablfi. to ia pleasant acta promptly, no bad after '
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explain the character ot the goods effects. Starke Drug Co. ., 1\ "

:," ve offer for tale. >. .,,,arid, Winter .Goods in 'aJLof"
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The Odd Fellows hive had a eubstan / .' ** .;

,. '; 'W f) are better able to snit the pocketbook C EAM tial stairway erected at the east entrance ,..tour department All effort. !

Because than local 1 to their hall, which adds'J much to the appearance i '
any ,or neighboring
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great ,at they
i' competitor. of the building.. ... .
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Jo .. Repairing vilf. be done in firstrclass ,The fines imposed at the late term of ,..', ..'.wen., havq' ,been far' t.nip.passed -,J.

':" f order,'on short notice.and at moderate the circuit court, which yjo into the fine REGULATOR ...... ,by1'wa '.:ibis; mson.'
and forfeiture fund, nearly if not quite,
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.' ,prices. paid the expenses of the court. ,. ... Abundant evidenat.5ef. .... ...' '.dill-" Or'
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,r" .... T- PERFECT MADE }PANTS PANTS. PANTS. We have ,them ,," ...ilt shown on every'aide,.and '.

A Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frs and to and iee. We Are yau takinj SnmOH3 LIVER EG.JUTQR. ? ,
I pure ought come '
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from mmpnia,Alum or my other adulterant* will make a price that wjll make you tho "Kpfa OF: .LIVER MKDI- .. ....4ri: all 'departmeota; oar{jpol-,
CINES! ?" That, is what our readers "
4Q YPARS THE STANDARD. buy. Truby, ttternburg & Co. want, and nothing but that. It Ia the ...-.. .Icy 0t' :, e 'u'A.-*, *. "

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1. KNIGHT. In regard to clothing we will say this, seme old friend to which, the old.talks ... ..lowest ,pricx" pwirajli,;:.., '
pinned their faith'wer never dis .
HAPPENINGS IN THE ,
CITY. if you are in need of any come and select appointed. But 'another gpod recommendation ,; : ; :" '" ::+Vw--/': --, '-

,1 a sqit. The price is right and you will! toy it is, that it is XBTTEitTHA :,,. ",,"', .,-- .. ,.? 4- .
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T buy Truby, Sternburg & Co. PILLS ncvegrl weakrens "'; .
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i ., ,., ... ... Local, Items Picked Up. Here Tax Collector Prevail, ef Clay county, bat way'just tvorki in like such'nature: an.Itself easy that andnatural Strike w I }, -. .. ;.r t: .

and There. is th.e happy father of a sweet little girl.JJrs. : *
relief comes quick and sure, and one
i&f Prevail and IjHle daughter are in While jhe :
feels new all Q"aIt. never fails.

A. NEW :PRESS FOE ALL ABOUT t4i" city w'Uu Grandmother Richard. Everybody needs take a liver,remedy, .
PEOPLE YOU KNOW. 0.
and everyone should take only. Simmons : :
*. Stomach and bqwel complaints are Liver Regulator. Iron is of.-
best relieved by the timely use of De : :
Made Matter that Have Occurred or Be sure you get it. The Bed Z :

Elegantly ,. Will Occur In the Near Future Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure. Insist on is on'the wrapper. J. H.Zcilin &

I3ea tijUlly Tr d -.-Epitorue of a Week's having this'preparation. Don't have any Co., Philadelphia.CommlMlancr .. ....Oar, Fall l ..caujpajga ;ii.;en,.* .1'
Starke Co.

other. Drug
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... ". Mr. T. P. Croft, one of Lake Butler'spopular Proceeding '* '

J.. ,., or. ... 7.. .- Buy your shoes from N. J. Jones young men, was in town Tues The board met Wednesday; October .. .. .put price* ,.where, \
I'f day. Mr. Croft is now engaged in painting 7th, pursuant to" to"adjournment. Present; .. .. will 'tooebo'a.
Read.N, J. Jones' new advertisement. Messrs. Blanton .competition not,
65c to f the residenc of Mr. James Rich,'a Todd, Crews Clyatt, ,
PO npb Serge Jf
Special bargains! in shoes at N. J. I few miles west of Starke.Mr. and Tumblin. .. .. .. We. call pecial. 'attcn.UoQ -
willed Flannel l The minutes of the last J ; .,''>-
p Wh Jones. meet Ing were r : '
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75c.6.5e. J. M. 8. Yanlandingham. a pop read and approved. .. .... to our, "V: .'; .:'':.

JE1bJl1qR' / .- New buckwheat flour at Truby. Stein- ular young roaD of*Alachua county, has The tax books for 1895 ware presentedby : ':

: burg & Co's.Mackerel accepted a clerkship- in the extensive Assessor L. D. Wall for'.examination. :
j'4 .in. 1J Mohair black and colors 50o. { : : ;
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and Cod fish at l'ruby'Stern. mercantile establishment of Truby. The books were received by the board, Line Of :; /v

42 inch Brocacle Novelties 35c jo $Q. burg & Co's. Stern bqrg & Co., of this-city. and the assessor was instructed to distribute


?!$'incfi! allwool Tricot 35c42incfr \ Mrs. Rusbton, of.. Law y,' was. !in! the Easy to.take,. sure to cure, no pain, A petyion them as presented the law directs.by ii. J Sapp et. Druss.Goods.1.! .

nothi to dread pleasant little pill.DeWIU's .
city Wednesday. g
al. praying the board to grant a permit to .. .
all-wool. Henriettast black qnd colors, 40c to SOc Little Early: Risers. Best for -'-'?' ,' ',*'",'. ,
the citizens of the 4tb commissioners' district 1
48-inch silk finish Henrietta $1.00.42inch A good pair boys' puuts for 18. cents sick headache, bilious\ Jess, sour stomach .. .,...Bought, almost m'. tvery;U T,
to. seine Rowell
at J. M. A1Ylire 'tI. and consti ation. Starke Drug Co. f Crosby and Sampson V ,
Silk'wqrp Henrietta $J to $1.25. lakes was granted and it was ordered' ....etance. ; :from. the. .raannfao-, .
For la grippe use Powell's Feyer Cure. Miss Maud fompsett who ,has been that the clerk of the board issue the permt. ; ;'

8-inch Fancies and Novelties 20c to 25ef It never fails.to cure it.A attending the Wesleyan University in said permit to grant ths privilege of .. ". rer: :ant -r>kecLa' 'ce '
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Macon, Ga., is paying a farewell' visit to taking fish for picnics, fish fries and home ,.,petition prices- '. $
first-class
for sale
flack, blue, brown and tan' Broadcloth]. piano or rept.AP friends in this city before; making Macon use only. ft '. '!
ply to Truby, Sternburg 1* yards wide, $1.0Q, her future home_ _with_ her*_mother. Circuit Court being! in session the- ':' \ "e. "
Special attention* is called to N.' J. Trm board adjourned until October 16tn. .:. : 'l" '
..... Cholera Morbus is ).
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: Jones' new stock of capes and jackets. a dangerous complaint October 16th the board met pursuant to n -' : .
and often 18-.fatal {n its res llts. embers ,_ 'H -il :
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adjournment.
: present.
'A.fall, line. of Staples at hard-time U-w'dresa good*-the-right kind and To avoid this you should use DeWitt'sColic W. N. llencbatu presented bis bond as .. .. \\--fe.

< I' right prices. Truby, Sternburg Co. and Cholera Cure as soon as, the auctioneer and it' approved.; .* C'I 'h. .
county wns PI .
and Shoes Yt >
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prices Co
; anywhere Qarden peas; Bermuda onion ieed apd first ttymp'tonq appear. Starke Drug The board refused \\o make'an appropriation '*-. <-* t.s *'.

'else..STAPLE.'- onion sets at Truby, Sternburg & Co's.seed. The assortment and bargains; offered for having the body of G. W. :
Parish and Gents1 <
by them is presented to the render in an ejnumed and examined. .

..'._ ....tr- ., .0 )'e Fresh lot jUilit ip. entertaining style by Truby. Sternbunj Mesdames Hapgood and Scott were
Fine for chickens. Siarke Drug Co. placed upon the invalid pension roll and '
& Co. this week. Read their advertisement .

: QROOERIES: Ip shoes our stork is very complete. on the first page of tha TELEGRAPH.Starke ordered paid |3 a month each. Furnishings.; : :
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salary the Jaiter was reduced :
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Olc); prices prevail., Truby, Sttrburng .. .,
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"is to have a new enterprise in from $20 to $10 a m nth. -

&; CO\ the shape of a tin shop. Mr. Block Me? The months of October. November. .. ,. .,vVVe, are' J.adin.-' Tht' 8I1 ',: '

'Cajl Buy onion seeds of R. C. JI Kinney Is the proprietor of the new establishment December, Jlinl Mar ';
and examine for yourself.T. : your ibtr- sry. February, b. ..,. ..::iepartnient u our pH4f.
'! ger. Fresh lot just received. from Bermuda. and wHI 1 occupy the building April and May were designated as-the .. '. .

_j_ formerly occupied W. W. Bappasa months in which deer shall not be chased, . :C&D fit,' your fact. a 4' yacr

The finest line of Indies' !sun umbrellas grocery. _. killed f9r in anyway molested. .. ...pocket-book'without 'U -s.: bl 1*.
A KNIGHT. Amounts of warrants issued ID
ever offered, at Truby, ::;1 ern burg & Company's. Advanced pupils f rum different parts of payment '

1 .' the county are constantly dropping ia to of bills, including payment for the tIn ,HATS. wehttetW'IateatJ.. .
.., ... assessment of county taxes for 1895, areas -
/ ,,'1'-= -, .. We are buying cotton, reports to the attend the High school They are wise. follows: ..,,shapes 'and colon_, ai'' 'macb
: .,, {.ja. They will teceiye as thorough instruction i ** ,s*, .
contrary notwithstanding. Truby, Stern General fund, $1 T R SWEAT bur Co. < at about half the cost of,going outside of pauper ,.less priow thin thott ,
$68:. fine and forfeiture $95.37; total
... .r Cotton in coming; to town now in earn- the county. $1258.07. .. ?:eltewhere for the slai goods. .

i. est. Starke's. merchants pay the highest General Manager Tornpsett is, contin .The board adjourned until the first I ..

< ,market prices. ualiy making improvement in the sere Tuesday'in November. : .. The,GROCERY DEPARTMENT ,
3ropds .
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9 vice of the A. 8. R. & G. railway. The >.. W. T. WgBKS, .. r j
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you all. know, when you want hardware ... ia the
passenger train is now run regularly between Clerk and Auditor. most, couplet: .
that we are headquarters. Truby, \this
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.' : Sternburg;& Co. We Lave the following seasonable goods: .. ..,.in the coantvl:
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all the Important connections. .
Notions NEW RAISINS .... .:
." Try the'Shretled. Whole Wheat, Bis- There are two things to consider when NEW PRUNES, ;,

; cults-something elegant for breakfast .. ....Oar the ,
ti you buy goods and that ia price and qual NEW CITRON, 'specialties -are .
.. at Truby, Sternburg & Co's. ity. We hayo: both, besides an unlimited NEW EVAPORATED APPLES. ; r : .,
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Furnishings, Etc Mr.and Mrs. Robert Sanders returned stock to select from, so when in need,of Truby, Sternburg & Co. Hardw >

Tuesday from Poughkeepsle. N. Y., goods come and see 0,8 We are sure to re \ ,
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where they speqt the summer. please you. Truby Sternburg $Co. .


TEST STYLES. Ask for Stewart's Worm' Lojsin"zers. During the late term of. the circuit Stops Safest headache beat leraedy in 5 minutes.for any and Furnitur." '.: ... '

Brings them every time. Try court'our hustling young sheriff; earned paid. 25c. Starke Drug Co. .#..
them. 25 c. Starke Drug Co. $M for the county in two. worn lng's '
.. llere. witt.
work. This is the kind of -work that .Departments ,oa

I S THAT WILL SELL THEM ler Senator, and E M.-Co.un.ty L. McKinney Treasurer, of Lake Kellum.But congratulated holds taxes down upon, and having Bradford such is an to enterprising be THE SECRET _..0ud a .wonderful a.uorua. ,!


of New River, were in town." Tuesday., oijBcer.Wednesday. Qf good living U in the buying; of ., ... ...of good, and yoa" caanoi, I ik ':' 1

> ... ...... good Groceries.: This. evcry; good /
'- '''''' '' No trouble to sbow goods. Call and .
t. .. .....to. b pleased wi'hbe. bar
October 23d will be Pe8itIent's ou e-keept-r kdowa. and they are *
see J. M. Alvare 's line of clothing before
; day at the Atlanta exposition. rapidly; \ finding out thai our store ia
you buy. he will save you money. the place to flad the'freshest and ..-..gains we-:will giro jtoa. -
with his full
4'f AND SHOES President. Cleveland: together best line of Groceries at the lowest, I .. ..' 1
Shoes 1 Shoes!. Shoes! better and cheaper cabinet and their wives will be present pricesBRAtUS .

; : than any other,. bouse in {own. Come 00 that day. The G. S.
: fr Every Deacription Satisfaction Guaranteed and see and bp convinced,. J. M. Al run an excursion train to Atlanta on October A SPECIALTY Remember J. ,
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varez. 22d for this occasion.Mr. .
With, us, and is sold at the. lowest

,. .' -.... ..., Stewart's Cough Cute. is, the best P., C. P/ew of Jacksonville Plate* market price and delivered. : ;you. I... ..We are, RtiU doing 1tal >>_ '
of
. F pureatu>> safest newest, sweetest and. agent of the: Georgia State Building and.Loan in any part town. : "
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absolutely sr re.. ?5c. Starke Drug; Association of Savnannph. Ga., is -? ..

GROCERIE.S Company. I in: the cly this week in. the interest of WE HAVE ALSO: '': J
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) oh.n'8.1 bis a88 ciation. He, bopjes to organize A large stock of Tinwa/a OB baud) .
Just received.: at y. ft, Miners, ..
a local 1 branch, in Starke and with the tiiat is. going at reduced prices to
TRUBY
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bnck stor next to railroad, a a\ltJuJ.) make room, for new goods. .Call on
'k "J le and Fancy. Fresh and Complete Stock.tv line,of ladies' and geaUemens'- solid gold nun\ber of prominent citi? ;ns already us when you; need) anything in our .

.. and stone-set rings enrolled, tbn organization I ia assured. Tbo line. We are here to please our

,!". / .. I association affords an admirable plan customers and incidentally to make STERNBURG;
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: Severe griping'Dalos.. of the stomach; for sate .and. profitable investments and money. .
} ; t\ and bowels: ." instantly and efi'eclually I 13 prepared to make toana at a low rate :" : / ,
T''R TA"P STA :{ E. SAPP & LIVINGSTON.
,. : t. O A. HP stopped by DeWitt's Colic and. Chplera.,I of interest without delay. See .ths agent &CO. "' :" >." ..
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N .C 1'T him walk to"Shell Creek 'sixteen miles 1 ;]jR' away team What- las that foot,:been" doingthat.ttehorddbesolaeerated a1 .< '
is FLORIDA BRIEFS. ; THE CENTRAL SOLD:. REV TAL4Ap'Eug ,. '' It has,been pto.Uelt.J.' P14aclo "
oouth of ;Arcadia, and, turned ,him:
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noath. .'I'hey'did no',injury. U, him,j jwith'the..x r NOTED DIVINICSSUNDAY: world.. Teti' pty1J.nt /earth;;'. a. h '.11.000 furlooga-
!: of him' : .there ever eaoDanothercdminafWas there tai] a; erencP Aa!'

h r 4 fTEMfl Hr OF INTEREST" GATHERED. eption'iim choking BOUGHT.IX 'BY'THE- ,:BEOBGAN1ZATION DISCOURSE. ::. .;4-i .r evtr each a eI71 On that.hlttot gage, jnaUitlee atone cornerman's
while forcing to tho small > ,
open that sunless those 'a
Hill : ho' ; <|
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rr ATBA1TD03M d.a hu etrc"
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'' safe, which had n been opened fo: a .. era;m not ad,mineha-ra-per-; u cdolothea j
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c( .t. : long time and the treasurer had almost .: Subject: "A Qlantc:Question.. ? I believe It. ; the ransom has and how ttueh money he 11 1! r s

1'r': combination. ., been i paid. Those arms of Je.wer but a vast God grant 1 1o .
Puts'of .
.w$ troll, the State forgotten emo.
stretched out wide that when
all white meh two tall The Price Paid Was $2,000,000-ThcPropekty 'Tzx'i .''Is'th1Ae heart. so bro h that m J shn,npoai ,:
., Eummarized.f They were. : : rlghtT'-IIXIngs- the again they might embrace onr last moment v t

........_...A.t. .. And slender and one large, with a Now Free. r., 15. world. Ob, that I might, out of the blos The first time re'f&t;- _
:'::""'. swaggering walk, who wore a cap. The With mettled horses at full speed, for he 8E of the spring or the flaming foliage of roughest:time-( ; .

.! r i was celebrated for fast driving. Jehu, the autumn make one wreath for F .L All
: '. 'The supreme court has awarded a fourth was a medium-sized man. Monday at noon, in front of theCentral warrior and king,returns from battle. But Ob,that all the triumphal arches of the wer<\obliged to lie then tillIng t

..'.' p ( -Iparemptory.-writ of.mandamus against were dressed in dark clothes. A eber- station Savannah seeing Jehonadab. an'acquaintance the world could be snuff In one geway.where ,wailing r for the rising of tM tide Lwa

jj.. !: .-Jbdgo ,W. A. Hock in a case brought: "flPs pnRse, with Mr Wood returned : passenger wayside, he shouts, "Whoa! Whoa!" to the the Ki of Glory might that could oapitothe city? Hmrtha
,Jf f. ti test the legality of the act of the from Shell Creek, but have no clew AS G a., the property of the Central Bail- l lathered span. Then leaning' over to Jehon all 'and trumpets and ON pitched and writhed la the water!
sold at auction the adab Jehu salutes earthly music,might in one the imreeR''astraggle
to the whereabouts robbers 'I road was by special him In.the words of the tithes
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t ;n 1 Watnre of 18d3 'adding1' o..coun- : His praise! .
master Colonel A. E. Buck of Atlanta text-words not more appropriate for that Is almost through thai
t' :'ties the Fifth judicial circuit. Every effort will be made to capture I I. j ; hour and that pjace than for this hoar and But what were earthly flowers to Him who The vruves.oi tempttttidtiitasaNehe *
them.Mr.. Wood is considered the and Captain George W. Owens, place.".lsthtne heart right?"* valketh amid the snow of the white lies of waits for the morning.' At last '

c t 20'11. best treasurer the county ever had. of Savannah, and bid in by the reorganization I, should like to hear of your physical heaven? What were arches of dawns;.h3 the tides of Joy rim ia

o ncem nt'that the .preaidedt'had committee represented by health. Well myself, I" like to have every sonry to'Him who hath about His thrown a and 1uuIJ?'.Defend casts anchor.*

,, appointed Mr. Alber ; ,H.SGekler .N Samuel Thomas, Thomas H. Byan and body else well and so might ask. Is your rainbow span out of everlasting sunshine?, "l : ,-.
sL y s collector of. customs at the Florida Land Records. eyesight right, your hearing right your What were all earthly musIc to Hint when Is thr |earl rah W

ert:4" ,ott of 8t Augustine yice his father The interior at Wash- others of New York city. nerves right,your lungs right your entire the hundred ani forty and four thousand on compare .with, q 1(
,' department The road brought $2,000,000 and, body right? But I am busy to-day taking one side and cherubim and seraphim and business q-aestfon. 'Doyotrsot

j,.A e ; ,[>'Wllliain! Mickler, caused very ington and certain prominent citizensof was bid in by counsel representing diagnosis of the more Important spiritual archangels stand on the otb er side,and nil the you will soon have to 'go out of flat;
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tceAerallurprlse 3 and it is the topic of Florida have for some time been and Thomas and the members of conditions. should like to hear of your space between is filled with the doxologiesof that you: will soon have to,rest:
,?': Ryan financial welfare. I want everybody to have eternal Jubilee-the hosanna of redeemed partnership, that
oaTersation in political circles. engaged in a controversy as to the 1 soon among
1&'f. jC[ ? the reorganization committee. plenty of money.ample apparel, large storehouse earth, the halleluiah of unfallen mHloD ;dollars worth ot a
proper place for the filing of certainof The Savannah and Western railroadwas and comfortable residence,and might; angels, song after son; rising about thethrone YUt'U r not havetha, Ad

y., Hili If u'. The 'declaration in the suit of the the public land records of the state. sold at Birmingham Saturday at ask. Is your business right your income of God and of the Lamb? In that yard cotb, nr a Bound of tmgst;
.. .... rtehr cure, high place, Him hear Stop of !
The commissioner of the general land your worldly surroundings right; ? Bat le u penny anything;that SOOBL
t ,i. .", fate of Florida. James E. Johnson office recommended to the of I a special master's sale, and the price what are these financial questions compared harps of heaven, our poor cry maybe conflagrationshouldstart ,Ceram,.
.toned his bondsmen as sureties on his secretary paid was 1500000.; The road was with the Inquiry as to whether you have he. Q my Lord Jesus,it wI not hurt and Af ftveryfhintf. tV
:load as tax collector of Duval county, the interior that they be transferred I bid in by the bondholders of the corporation ; boon able to pay your debts to God; as to The for one hour to step from the not dlstnrVyou: t't-malf i
to the office of the surveyor general, I whether you are insured for eternity: as to shining throng. They will make It alt up cashier should abscond
.... been filed in the clerk's'office of and will be conveyed by them evr
:: .., but it that the Spanish archives whether you are ruining yourself by the long when Thou scent back again Come hither eomoanr should fal. t
'i tike circuit court'at Jacksonville. The appears to the Georgia Central people after credit system of the soul? I have known O blessed One,that we may kiss Thy feet you? What I woulln

: ; zit is 'an "action of debt," and damages of west Florida are in the posses- the latter has been reorganized.The men to have no more than one loaf of breadat Our hea too long withheld, we now sur side the slu'e.a eomtlm queons the q a

., are 'asked for in the sum, of hion of Mr. John de la Boa and oth- sale of the Central and its pur- a time, and yet to own a governmentbond rder Ty keeping. When Thou that rh Ara YOGI
of heaven worth than the whole Roast back. to all the' that that- to b
everlasting
: more immortal osses are ?
.$ O.OOO.the full amount of the bond. ers at Peneacola, and a demand for chase by the reorganization committee lost let 'A
i .. 1 material universe. the are found and the Fathe's hou making purchases for.et mtj .\
them by the surveyor general received wipes out all the old securities on the The question I ask you to-day Is not In regard ring with the music. and the dance. jobbing for time when'.Vort 1. ba 1

'' I .,. only dilatory replies. Letters of remonstrance property, and there is nothing now to your habits. I make DO Inquiry They have some old wine In heaven, not )eternity? What m i_

Y. .f Messrs. J. J... Heard, W. O. Rolls, against their removal were whatever in the of reorganizingit. about your Integrity or your chastity or used except in rare festivities. I t word tore is so broad at th<* basil Queoa.a14

,:Tssnk Lawson and Samuel Pullman, received at the interior way your sobriety. I do not mean to stand on those who are accustomed to o tudtnous, and so oThe1 ; ae. I
departmentfrom It is confidently expected that the the outside of the gate and ring the bell,but great occasions bring out the beverage and 'tay right <, %

assaultk Hon. S. R. Mallory and W. A. new company will have its charter and coming up the steps, I open the door and say "This wn is thirty years old," or ton it a domestic question5 $:
f It
Blount, of Pensacola, who state that be ready for operation as the Centralof tome to the private apartment of the soul, torte years But the wine of hea1en thing about father or mother .
M
a horsewhip and inflicted great iaju.da fully ninety per cent of the matter Georgia Railway Company No- and with the earnestness of a man that must !more than eighteen centuries old. w I or son or daughter,that yon s

,f. *upon him, were arrested by Deputy by rive an account for this day's work I cry out. prep the time whe Christ trod :I parable with this question in InportaaeL
embraced hi the archives relates to vember 1. At least, this has been calculated Ob. man, oh, woman immortal.is the heart alone. such greyiou*sinners .. yon not realize that by universal and iorabto .
Sheriff Gordon and carried before ,
f lands and titles in Pensacola as we come back, methinks the "Damberlaia -
county, on by the committee, and it right? law nil these 1
CaantyJufge Bryan for preliminary Hud but a small fraction has reference does not appear that there is anything I will not Insult you by an argument to of heaven crie out to the sen ants: up? Your father r1.Mb_
trial. They waived examination and lands within prove that we are by nature all wrong. If "This is unusual joy Bring up from the will be gone.TOUT companions ba j
reasonable distancef
o wn
a in the of the plans being carried vaults of heaven that old Fill all
Judge Bryan bound them in the bum way there be a factory exolosion and the smoke- wine. the yor child will be gone, you bag
Tallahassee. Toe department, after stack be upset, and the wheels! be broken in tankards. Let all the white rob$e this supernal question will 1
of $500, $250 peace bond and $250 :p- m examination of the law on the sn! out.Thero appears to belittle doubt that two, and the engine unjointed. 1Drthe drink to the immoral health tho harvest ifc chief gains,ot deplore its

pearance bond to appear before the ject, concurs in the commi sioner'e Receiver Comer will ba the first ponderous bars be twisted, and man should born !D hters of the Lord Atl osses. roll up into it. '

county criminal court, which convenes recommendation that these archivesire president look In and say that nothing was the matter miht. "Ter is joy In heaven,a0 oJ.e Its vast mhte ;,
of the reorganized company pronounce him a fool. Well, It 13 Go over one sinner docs
Orlando'on' a r renee BOW I
t the second in
Monday needs I mb'
held without legal authority and though Mr. Thomas F. Ryan states no acumen to discover that our nature oenteth; and Go grant that that one may poleon IIL B* i f

Ifovember. They readily gave bond. hould be in the hands of the federal I' that nothing can be said on that line is all atwist and askew and unjointed. The be yen! :. 'rendered at SD.whe whee.t1p lv 0
Again to have a right heart it must be a.
doesn't
I thing work right The biggest Tuilerles or
uutborities of the state, and direct 'until the sale is ratified the final a Cilhu1t. i
as forgiving An old "T
\ trouble we have In the world is with our hear witer says, o Emneror or him oat fxleoffla
The schooner Harry B. Ritter cry!8- that steps looking to that end be arrangements of the new company will souls. Men sometimes say that though return evil is ; good for In the dress Te

-ed the St. Johns bar a few days ago taken. not be made until,then. their lives may not be just right: thnir heart good is manlike; evil for good devillike.t that sve'( htm any better fl.ellmarhIe th i
f Is all right. Impossible. A farmer never Which of these natures have we? Christ wi If he had been laid out
All
drawing seventeen feet three inches ofwater. of the railroad declare
: PLANT BUYS A HOTEL. magnates puts the poorest apples on top of his barrel: have nths to do with us as long a w shroud?'And soon to what will 1
This is the deepest draught that in their opinion brighter days nor does the merchant place the meanest keep any grudge. We have all difference,whether In u world we rod i

,r 'weasel that has ever crossed:! St. Johns Pays $30,000 for the Ocala House aplaster's t I are dawning upon the south than have goods in his show window. The best part of cheated and lied about. There are people walked.were bowed t maltae.i

ire, and she crossed without touching Sale. ever yet beamed down upon this fa us Is our outward life. I do not stop to dis- whojdislike u so much th if we should applauded or hissed at, i
:f**.. cuss whether we all fell In Adam for we comedown to poverty disc the Waked out while laving bold of .
t; 'Although: swell was coming in. The The Ocala House at Ocala, Wan Bold vored section. They say the south is have been our own Adam and have all eatenof would say: "Good for him! I meat of the great future and 8 j

... Bitter is the vessel which was wrecked at master's sale recently. Ect B. Foster too rich in natural resources to lie undeveloped the forbidden fruit, and have been turned you so? They do not understand us. Unsanotifledhamannataresays'Waittill the splendor Ot grief and overarching i

3. -near Key West and purchased by Capt. and they are of the opinion out of the paradise of holiness and peace you undergoing time and;all:eternity,
in behalf of the Rhode Island i
and the get a good erackat him. and when at last *
though flaming sword that stood at
,. .. G. Ross who her in that the recent of the plain. simplepractical.. Jth*
: ; put thorough creditors (their claim being $?;,OOO), uplifting various the gate to keep tn out has changed positionand you find him in a tight place give i to him Mgoniztn. overwheminir- qTWatlo*,'

r4 air. She carried out a cargo of made the first bid, $20,000. Alex. old bankrupt railroad propertiesin comes behind to driva us in, we will Fay him alive. No quarter. Lave notrag a thy heart right?** Have iron i "

amber, and;although drawing seventeen the south has meant more of prom- not go. reputation. Jump on both yon a relenting an expectant
feet three inches of water in th: ;Jlclutyre, representing another interest ise than anything that has yet happened The Bible account of us is not exaggerated feet. Pay him in his own coin-sarcasm for It not, I:;.feast ,hea "your soul-
made the second bid of $28,000. when it says that we are poor and wretched sarcasm, scorn for scorn abase for abuse." George Whitefleld wrote
'' river, it is expected that she will only Foster raised him $1,000, when JohnG. for the material development of the and miserable and blind and naked. Poor! But my friend.that Is not the right kind of pane with his diamond ring upon tb yi

draw, seventeen feet, even, in the Reardon, representing the Plant interest country between the Mississippi sue.< The wretch that stands shivering on our heart. ever did s mean a thing an elegant: house over night tam
0 buoyant salt water of the ocean. the Potomac. doorstep on a cold day Is not so' much in toward us as we have done toward God.And that there: no God recognized thouse.
i, bid 30,000 and received the .--- -- bread as we are of i we cannot forgive others how con we elect Be'ore wa left his room In the i
? rtalty. The personal property-the Blind! Why the man whose eyes perished God to forgive us? Thousands of men lag with his he he wrote they
rr .The GOV. CLARK 1! WILLING rins upon
e governor has made the following 'urnishings! of the housa-was theft pnt % In the powder blast and who for these ten ave been kept out of heaven by an untor- pane, "One thing thou laoke-rf." Aft
recent civil appointments: R A. years has gone feeling his from street giving heart. the ,
guest
WM gone came
i.. BIo w: of Greenwood, to be notary up at auction. It brought a little ever r I That Corbett and Fltz Fight Any to street, is not in such utter darkness' as Here issomeone who sy "I will forgive looked at the window,hOJ'"w4 and saw rtes

: ,OOO, Captain Willard-of Homosassa where In Arkansas. we. Naked! Why, there is not one rag of that man the wrong me about that and railed husband and he? >
." / 'public for the state at large ; C. H.7"Ooolenough fan, buying most of it. The impres It looks now as if the Corbett-Fitz- holiness left to hide the shame of our sin. hOle and lot; I will forgive that mss who lon. and God, through e that ot t
1tDt9r
of Clermont,to be notary sion of leading business men is that Sick! Why. the leprosy has eaten into the overreached me in a bargain: I will forivethat window glass,brought the Jw
simmons fight will be pulled oft'at Hot bead and the heart and the hands man who sold me :
public for the state at large; James E. and the a shoddy ; l Though you'may to-day surr aad tl
'Johnson of Jacksonville to be the property was sold cheap, but deem Springe, Ark. If it is decided that feet, and the marasmus of an everlasting forgive them-all but one. That man I can comforts pad and feel that
3 you
notary the sale a big thing tho town iu wasting has seized not forgive. The villain I Iu-re
-
fir the present organic laws of Arkan-a- away already on some can hardly keep have need of oa era not
.e public for the state at large; Theodore of us. my hands off himIf going to h"avendepnds with the
view
of my
tho purchaser. The house yea:, children of God signet rio?'d i iChrist's
unable to the it if
G. Houser, of San Mateo, to be notary built ten Hon. C. Vii are prevent fight But the meanest thing for a man to do is on mv forgiving him. then'I wi lo ve.let ma inscribe up soalaJ
.
public for the state at large ; J II.JZlount years ago by pretty certain that Governor Clark to discourse about an evil without pointinga ." Wrong feeling. If a man Ie "One thing thou laskestl" n1(1 ,
of Clear Water harbor to be Brown, and its cost was anywhere will let the pugilists punch each otherto way to have it remedied. I speak of the me once I am not called to trust him a ai -"

from 311cr,00p to $140,000. It is built their heart's content.In thirst of your hot tongue only that I m u y If a man betray ma once I am not THE TEETOTALER 'f
'ftotary public for the state at'large; of brick and is three stories high covering show; you the living stream that drops crys put confidence in him again Bat I would : FRS e
l Horace Sargent Bacon, of Lowell, to speaking of the affair to a newspaper talline and sparkling from the Bock of Ages: have no rest if I could not offer a sincere 1.
two sides of a block, facing the Governor Clark said and a river of oladness at for the and' Death ot Rev. Joel Jewell at a Ripe
j lw commissioner of deeds for Florida reporter, : pours your feet. prayer temporal eTeL1lgwelfare o
eh public square. The furnishing is saidto "You can for me that I would If I show you the rents In your coat it is of all men, whatever menesse ,Ate. .
t' i Massachusetts; L. M. Scarborough, say only because the door of God's and they have inflicted ;
have cost from $30,000 to $40,000. not the in wardrobe outrage upon me.l, The death.|3 announce. 1 of th* nta
,of Tallahassee, to be notary( publio fort Unch is convene legislature special now swings open and here is a robe, white you want to get your hf'at right, Invented the word "teetotaler." :
1 ,! lie i state at large. speculation already indulgedin session to stop it if they were to fightin with the fleece of the Lamb of God, and of a match and barn up all yonr old grudges, and was Bev.\ Joel l and be Hi Ul
as to who will be the new landlord the statehouse yard. cut and make that an angel would pot be blow the ashes away. "If you forgive tot Durham 1e\ell ," Na.? tor b".

if-- a His manner was so deliberate and ashamed to wear.. If I snatch from you the men their trespasses, wilt your ruary 11. At an age h, lt 1
1803
'The steamer Fred DeBary, with all FOR TIlE WESTERN SLEEPER black moldy bread that you are munching:, Heavenly Father forgive you your tres place amc pioneer or,8nadav-soioot;
that there could be
emphatic no possi it
is
-- only to give you the bread made out oi passel temperance work. Hd was an active r *
1' fags flying*i,arrived port at Jacksonville The Plant Lines May Again:; Have theConnection ble doubt of the earnestness of the the finest wheat that grows on the celestialhiJs An old Christian black woman was olw vl( .sad in order better to prosecute bb

a few days ago, having returned With the Southern. governor. Governor Clark was inmost a and baked in the fires of the cross. and alo.s the streets of New.York with a religious labors removed In,1337 troy

l from a profitable summer season in From the amiable frame of mind and talked one crumb of which would be enough to apple that she had:: for sale. A tong h home!a'zewYorctoTlogaCoaatpP;
Korthern waters. She ( Savannah New) make all heaven a banquet Hear it,one and sailor ran aatnt her and upset the basket, vania. Ic 1313 he entered the ministry
was greeted by Tbero has been some talk recentlyof ] freely concerning the latest phase all, and tell it to your friends when you g o and stood bMt! expecting to hear her scold an ordalnM poacher,sad for yearn"

y all the whistles on the river. Captain an alliance of a traffic nature be of the situation. home, that the Lord Jesus Christ can make trl, htuly. but she stooped down and pickedup plied the Presbyterian ehnrchssia fl.vt
'Cccaser was out from New York thirteen the heart right. and said: "God thue'.
"I do cot'really knew anything forcivt borhood of his Tloga County home
tween the Southern
and tho 10'
Railway First we need a repenting heart. If for my son. as I do. The sailor
he 'w had various charges ia the course of
.tonz.t.. daysand says experienced unnsaally Plant system, on feature of which ito s about itbe, began, "but I have heard the last ten, twenty or forty years of life we near of what ns had done and felt m his life. Through hi1

severe weather-such weather be the restoration of the old Western, a great many rumors about schemes to have been going on in the wrong Way, it ia pocket for he money. and insisted that she word Utt#total.'Mt.At Jewel or teujfen ,

1 p ,r--. as the majority of river steamers would sleeper connection for Florida through hold the contest in Arkansas. It time that we turned around and started:: in should all. Though,she w. black meeting ia He3tol.N. Y., in 1S28.,&e !

r stet be able to live iu. The DeBary locks though as if they to the opposite direction. IJ we offend our he called her mother, ani. sail: 'Forgiveme duced into pledge tha letters"0.P :
: :,... 'piloted by Captain Jaokcway the Jesup. This sleeper, which brings the mean friends, we are glad to apologize. God is mother, I wi never do anything so "old pledge"which pledget asatast calf,;,
;
western travel from Chicago, Cincinnati bring it off at Hot Springs sure our best friend, and yet how many of us mean oan" there is a power in I forgiving distilled and "T." for "total" toj

Irs e1d and experienced coast pilot. Tbo and other points, formerly vrut enough. The fact that Mayor Waters have never Apologized for the wrongs we spii to overcome all hardness. :.eluding lquors. ;'
ditie an1leranteUqUIf"
e leers of the DeBary are : Captain, and City Attorney Martin of Hot have done Him! There is way of conquering men like that When naiies
into Florida over ibe Plaut wer beInlta ,youl !
system There is nothing that we much need of bestowing, them
Thomas Crea&er ; first officer, M. V. so to upon your pardon, 'in the gallery said. my vn3 an"I
in Dallas ,
but a change made the Springs, are negotiating will get rid of as sin. It Is whether a1'
:Coleman chief WAR on completion a horrible black mon they will acowpt i or not.Aeain for I am *T-to-taler." It Li said
E.
y ; engineer, Dargariua of the Florida Central and Fenin- the managers of the nffiir indicates afar It polluted E'Ion. It killed Christ. It ,a right heart ia expectant heart.I tea name ,teatotalervanxniatel >

;, :.. ; second engineer, John Clever; saint, and it was given to that road at beyond a doubt that Hot Springs wantsit has blasted the world. Men keep dogs in isapoorbnsinesstobobulldinGeast2esintDair. e th ttai;four years beforeDiot b,&J?
mr
q urterma;ter. Samuel C. Hay wood. and they will likely get it." kennels, and rabbits iu a warren, and cattle Enjoy what you have now.. Don't spoUyour claimed to barn coins ,
Everett very EIglih'an
,i The DeBary will be her City. in a pen. What a man that would be who comfort the small house because you ) a sharp discaswoa ,1twain
soon placed on yelN at
; & ; It is said Passenger Traffic Manager would shut them up in his parlor. But this expect larger one.. Don't fret about your Mr. Jewell's and sa-ns:r 1:1'Jj
rsa to Sanford. DID NOT INDICT BUTLER foul dog*t sin and these herds of income when it is $3 fred _
k'r B. W. Wrenn has been figuring o ti transgression or U par div because of the Englishman!
I toWlO r311hsm
-- we have entertained for many a"long yoa expect to have after awhile f 10
perday,
bringing this business back to the first use of th'i WOrJ. aPP'r ) .
,
year in our heart, which should be th e or$10.000 a year because it to ba '
Paaco For Cuban Recognition. And the Grand Jury Feels Called Upoa you expect Jewell aJoptelit after it haibeet nsxllithe ".
Plant system and people who they cleanest, brightest room in all our nature. $20,000 a Bat about ;
say year. heavenly
things
vouifir in the at hi*temper-
man gallery ,$
Action.
.It will be remembered that the to Explain Its Out with the vile .
herd!
coup know, report it as already an accomp Begone,ya befoul the more we think the better. Those cs any meetings. and that ha ha'! e aployea tt. ;
.-czlof the city of Jacksonville its lished fact. Col. Wrenn, when asked A New Orleans special says: The ers of an immortal nature! are not in the air, but on the hills, and t8 frequently iu his speeches and wrttings loaf

; fart extraordinary special of the Turn out the beasts and let Christ corn w have 1 deed of them ia our I b fo it in ,
meeting unanimously adopted a about the matter said that nothing report In! A heathen came to an early Christian like to see a man nil full of heaven.!Ha : wa. applied Eogtanl.INDfANS .

i evolution urging upon Florida's repoceatativea bad been done in this direction to far, grand jury in the case of the district who had the reputation of curing diseases talks heavan. Ha sings heaven. Ha "l ,
prays
. ? in congress national recognUioa but his reply indicated that some such attorney is the subject of much The Christian said, "You must have all your heaven. He dreams heaven. Some of us la PRESENT CO 1L"IN

of the Cuban insurgents as bel- comment, mostly unfavorable to the !idols destroyed." The heathen gave to the our sleep have had the good place opea to .w 11
t changes were contemplated at an early Christian the key to his house that he mightgo us. We saw the in the sky.' Wa OgalallDih_ sal.Ural* Slunx at the btt.
I erents. Recorder West has received grand jury. plnnacle
e date Cot Wrenn has'been in Now In and destroy the Idol?. lie battered to heard the click hoofs of the white Department. y;;

tt r6.0, following letter from SenatorWilliam Turk for the last month looking after It will be remembered that Judge pieces all he saw, but still the man did nol horse on-which victors rode,and the There was a pioturajqua seen? in 'tie

3* Pasco: the affairs of the Plant system, and on Ferguson, at the request of the grand get well. The Christian said to him."There ping of the cymbals of eternal triumph.olap office of Assistant Indicia Connlssioaec "

0. West, Esq., Recorder'sOffice His return he went up to .Atlanta jury, prepared a clear and able specialcharge stroyed.must be"some The Idol heathen in your house not yet de while in our sleep wa were glad that all our Smith, Wli! tnton, when about sore!
with'the confessed that there sorrows were over bunlens done with tire and Brute of Ba .1
r 'Jacksonville, Fla.-Dear Sir: From all accounts the Plant system is which practically was one idol of batten gold than he couldnot the throne of God ant grew whiter and whiter O.alalLb: 810ul

t: I have received yoora of the 4th instanttUl figuring on catching the Western business facts before them ordered an indict bear to give up. After awhile, when and whiter, till we opened our eyes and saw Bils regard tt to 8hQW aSiiira. to lsn"pot to* .r i

.- *- a copy of tbe resolution favoring I this season. imerit against District Attorney Butler. that was destroyed, in answer to the prayerOf that it was only the sun of irthly morning terests.The woW In.linns waraaaaspejltn-saJM ,*.

.n 'recognition of the Cuban insurgent The talk about the Plant Its failure to find the indictment is, the Christian ass the sick man got'well shining on out pillow. To have right; h-sarl ph "i aat ware be.leokedtrWe
,, system Many a man awakened in his dying you need to filled with this 11'03d .
c r r ** belligerents'adopted the cit therefore to.. b expactanoy. ,and their (
by regarded as an insult hour to find his fetarl
sins all
the about
him. would
purchasing Air
Lino i
Waycross! They your privations and !
I decorated wita'variegated colors ot p&bu h
1; Macil of Jacksonville at its last meet- order to make a connection with the Judge Ferguson The grand jury clambered up on the right side of the bed, more bearable.In aoy.&ce There three squaws and 1r

lag I will] retain this copy of the ao- Southern is altogether brought into court the following coma and on the loft side, and over the headboard, the midst of the city of Paris stands a among wQrl them, the bitter oan ole ppp'

u 'i --tiea of the council and will take an unfounded.General 1. munication addressed the judge: and over the footboard, and horribly devoured statue of the good but broken hearted Jose ton of te 'who Seri a 1.r
'. I Superintendent Dunham, who the soulBeent phte I never imagined that marble could :Jhe little reAskln toarid* oa tM !
: 1 >catty to it in the
opportunity "The
r present recently made a trip over the system, grand jury, fearing tbat yon ,the voice celestial cries, I Ito such tenderne t It .em much to IU dali atw "1 q
'e&tte at the first convenient time after : went over that little lumber road for> may be under the impression that insufficient Nor longer dare delay. not lifeless the Josephine ba ee-aO Comoalasioa

. y .. \ { the opening of congress in December. : the of weight and considerationwere The wretch that scorns the mandate dies disentabernacledthesoul of the empress has Smith cief ad revievia ',

.> I am entirely in sympathy with purpose inspecting some rails, given to clear able And meets a fiery day. taken possession of this figure. I ana not their affairs, and a one interrter.,who J(9**
; which it rents from that system on your very yet satisfied that it is stone. The of j
puff the 'at the ,
length, said that if he told of
or Cuban' neighbors and will make and Again need u
: comprehensive to the we a believing heart. A
charge good
as the
on arm '
account of the fact that the owners of pre seems t but the fuiaUed promises of the Government totw
.'11IM of every proper effort that I.se'a' can that property had ,asked. for a new law in regard to the nolle prone fees' many the hi'Is years of ago Asia a weary Minor one went up one of pressure of the finger to nee it The Indians'tha show would haTe to ba post*
senator to assist them in theirCraggle and with two logson figures at the bottom of the robes tali! da
supply of rails.Superintendent. beg to state that they were fully convinced his back cried out to all the world, offerIng Sattheaeokthefurltningonthe pne tie it would fete him two days.to :! .
} for independence and in the of the dr the Onlof the-principal of tM "
correctness of and guidedby to carry their sins and sorrows. They cmplaint
the
Dunham the embroidery of the
'#? rcaUbliahment of a republican form of system was never in better saga physical your charge, but that the law governing pursued! Him. They slapped Him In the face. and leaf and rose sat.he hand, the poise ot lily of them Indians for was hauling the reduction in price p ,.

hr 'r + 'government. ., Yours very truly, condition than it is now, and that its other points on which you were They groaned.mocked They Him.shook When their He groaned fists at ,Him.they the her body as she seams to come sailing out of I Commissioner fight to the '
S. PASCO. sky, her face calm,humble beautiful, era, and-eiplalnei the ot the spe
not action
requested to charge influenced :
t business is They spat They hounded Him
picking up rapidly with the as but the genius of the anal
were
yt s-ate p i& regard to tDetratiairs.
met ColA
He
their action. though wild i
advance of the In beast. His healing tor of the heroine he celebrate
busy season. spiteof : buty Cody and Major Burke accompanied
of the
r.k.", No Trace of the Robbers. this however the Plant system will REUBEN G. BUSH, Foreman." mercy sick.to the His outcast sight giving, silenced to the not blind.the His revenge L okn up encircles through the rifts of discs. ,: .- .,

. : Although diligent search has been receive a heavy blow this Beacon as the District attorney Butler has resumed of the world. His prayers and benefit could see the her brow I '
sky beyond.the heavens Horror of the Mad a War. .
; ,-. no trace has been found of the result of last winter's freer.e in Florida control of his office. It is said tions were lost in that whirlwind of exec ra.- where all woman's wrongs Ita righted, The of cste Diadagastu .'

tr ;.: -1 HI1' wno robbed county treasurer; This has been expect -d, though, articles of impeachment against him tion Ah: "Away It was with not Him merely! Away the two with Him!"of and the story of edac shal a riton b grows more story serious suffering with every In mail u
pieceswood shall be told ,
V o
,4: Cveea the"depot and ,his residence atArcadia sharply on the lookout for other b : ions of the race,the anguish of the ages,the drop their petals; Believe not wl recent never Antananarivo soon there seems some prow
nYlTROLLEY that the
i( byfour: masked men. They ness with which to make these lOU 66: CAR RUNS AWAY. wrath of God interests,the sorrows of bell, the stnpendnous slanders upon her memory. The children of blitty ditlon will not majority survive of to the sea Trench his up

-_vced':him with pistols and good. From all t -- of an unending eternity! God, whether they suffer on The sick list Is .lc
f put a "account .t;cj wUl Three Persons are Killed and Eight No wonder His back bent. No wonder the or In shall come to ea p appalling. The field lo' "
.; over his face, searched him andu succeed partially, at least blood started from every pore. No wonder O hOTl at tt gate tale an 40 crammed that the mea U t t t
set f
Seriously we the
!f J[ i took Injured.At that He crouched under a torture that made all hev. ge top row touching the roof >
,' keys, him to his office, -- i down and griefs place and there left J ,
_ e w. the back door went in and WHO in another Pittshnrg, Pa., Sunday three the sun faint, and the everlasting hills tremble i will ba full. there Te are not enough attendants .;
gave partakes joys Is a Her ae cbair forfhe: sick. chief Buberbir _
and the dead car
rush ito
' killed In their Te be.
up winding
and nine the hearth
persons were outright and at the but
Iran.five minutes to open the safe. He[ mora humane character than he who sheets as He cried, "It it be possible, let this vacant chaffs in are Li-described whl )

Y', qeaed ;lap both safes as quick as he partake in his griefs. others injured by a runaway trolleycar cup pass from Me." But the cup did not worn;the thrones hevn mounted.The crowns Some to a none eau escape fever or dysentery: :
'' ..w.. After on the West end electric line jam p- pass. None to comfort. .
; about of heaven
i 3+ securing $5,000 in as though It were a very -
' st .. .pc.'enba ks and gold they then made POSSESSING gifts amounts to nothing ing the track and going over an em- There He hangs! What has that hand done church where a ,few favored spirits hadsome A) Contlantal Kzyosltlon.Indianapolis .

unless we porsebs the power to nsa them. bankment that It should be thus crushed in the palm? would come in and sit down cush- Ia preparing fo: a mld-co
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r'i I4A It has been healing the lama and wi iC toned seats all by themselves and tins tlaentarexposltton t 1900. ,

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w J A:KILLING FROST.
"*"-'. : c FtORIDA.C HAtABD 'P lJUIfijILR Bi
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s. -, il 5 F"fR k' The pleasures of sit are.ofily pleasures Seventeen Days Karller'Than Canal "

for a season. Throughout the Memphis Dfatrlct-

.:, p : PIMPLESt: :. lOTCHE. ,. Love never., finds a burden .that it : There was a'killing frost Wednesday New Florida .and", ,Northern. ; :.Air :Line. ;'and .. ;.:. ...
t;: does! not to lift throughout the Mem phis district which .' .
h ; I Ti: AND OLD SORES .try Florida TronicLine.: f. A3.. ,
( t .. comprises West. Tennessee: Eastern
,. .) Some shepherds try the hardest to '
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r ( feed the fattest .- Arkansas, North :Alabama and'North Y TIMID-TABLE IN ,EFFECT: JULY 8,. 1895. ,, ...
1 sheep. 1i.a
GATMBH. MALABIfl --
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PRICKLYASH POKE ROOT .. MiaaiasippLThis i is seventeen days 0 *a
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Gratitude of v '
can sing praise .
'.4 .s ANP[ POTASSIUM KIDNEY TROUBLES Tilth an, empty pocKet.songs. first earlier killing aU'frost the ,average-which, for date the of last the' :.o "CII!Q;. 1=). t t l.sad I .!-:>. 00-I A:a;. YoamD.'f: P.:1 I .." "0)"'(.Q-. I. ;. C .4.:=.. .a..;..'IJ iii: I. .(. .... .'

The man who lives a solitary life a a 'CD"1
OQ :
twenty 1ear has been October 56th.- --1-12 _. .., a
E Hakes' and DTSPEPSIftMarvelous
will die a ,to himself.A .
y ... stranger Not much damage has been donetocotton 00p 4S3p520p: .... 620p 30a lYrkmylur 10 3'ta 9.w ... g 0Ih 'UDp-:. '
.L. tombstone never makes the re- except where the crop 'was 247oS02p .,.. r 700p 81.a ".:Yul'8. !40t SlY.1p ....,. :S I2rt 5-> ., tom"
A Cures AroClltlreI ft'MOYfdb7P.P.P. & cording nngel a good slate. planted later than usual, but the second 545p ...... a' : .... ...... ri"1'I1I1DdlT 9 via 6 iP ...__ T: Us d_ 47 ..
p -**rjc&U Asb. Pots Root and Potu- ;.. .. ...... ... & 845? 95;s .Evere.ar 7421 7trJp.;, ...... ..... _.... '. .
tarn, the greatest blood purifier oa I Fat s smile on your face when yon crop of potatoes- is considerably ...... ...... ......o o ..... 'Br'eawickly...... ..... g .... :.. _.._ : tr
S in X Blood PoisonRheumatism earth. go out for a walk, and somebody will injured. ..._......... _... .: l63l"p t142a ''SaYllnnal1'' 55ia! 441p ,... .....:. ..... ..._ a
ABZKBKH, O..Jnly, 21,1831.BsTannab.da. .:. be helped. .. - ...... ...... ...... 10' 41 11 W.1 !TS'v'nn'b ar 5 !6AIttp.r: ... '.. ...... .;.:-.:.
UBSSKS. Dana LIPPMANBBOS.8u _1 bought! a bottlo 01 Futurity Inner SoM. ...... ...... ...... c 12 S3; 14tparFarfaxlr: SSQa2: p o .:........ ..._ : h ,
rk f ::;,our i P.P. P. at Hot 8prinin. .,and .l The man who shrinks from flelf- Requital, this year' futurity winner ...... ...... ...... ; s ...... 630t .Att.;1lSrL. 840p '.,. :i: .! ....,! .........;:; '.
It has dono ne more Rood three denial pushes the cup of happiness ; ...... ...... ...... "m g 1 wi :25p 'Denmlra":: SOa: l..ti.. "o ....;. ...: ...:- .- a
? months'three treatment bottles at O.the O. D.Hot Springs. t from his was bought by W. H. Thompson ...... ............. JE-o;... 251owa 400p ''Columbia'. 1// ,.., .10.t.. ,. ...........___ .' x. '
Seed BuP8CtfulIII.Ofl1'llEWTON y away lip? it Saturday's sale of race horses at ...... ...... ...... ,- C .-..... ..... "p'rt'nb'g" : C ...... ...... 9 1t""I'. ......... ..-:-. '" ..
",1 .and Scrofula nrWD b. Purity don't stop working at the Gravesend for 26000. Orlando Jones .... .. ...... ....... "3.. >ot : .J h Assheville" ...: ..... -= ... (. ..... ...._ .
.. Aberdeen, county trade because somebody swears to a for the .... ...... ..... m s: 7 o.\, 'e 2O "Charlotte" U C.,)P..t iZ'; ....- :.."...-:,...-' -
*' P.f.P pnrloes the blood bnflds up Capt.J.D. Jobncton.To paid $10,000 two-year-old Haz.1 ...... ...... ..... il a 8474. 933) u.ialidbnry" ..... 1 31.t S'r ...... ...... ..._ +
F 't.1a. weak. and eb itat'ec!. Rives ell whom it may concern; I hereby lie and sends it to prison. let] and $12,500 for a yearling ...... ...... ...... ::; 1015., l0! 48p,"tli nab'r>n'> 147p 6\J.h : o .........;; ...-._:;'. .
tsa tremrth.. (to weakened neryes.health expels andhappiness testify to the wonderful properties The man who does not love his Iroquois Car Jo tt a.DRUG .6. ...... ...... ...... ::: .:s:: m 1140.LiOOp ".DluvilloCi 6 lOp i'4511 = ...,... ....... ';.:;_ ; rph,
4bea. .Cirtnf where the patient sickness, gloomy of P. P.P. for eruptions of with the Ekin. I neighbor as himself still throws banana I ...... ...... ...... :O.i 203a oCFoichm'ndCl ....;. 123:is a ....... ...... .;-. ::r ".
y 4- IseUngs: and lassitude first prent.c i my; face. I tried every known reme V 4 skins on the sidewalk. -4i 4 :C ...... ...... ...... 2 9 3: :':": 404p 335: ''(!hfrl1tav;.e1 2< 27P I (I.:) '. ..' ........... ..--.. .
'oypaUu far primaryseeondary, for Wood poisoning and,tertiary mercurlaV and bo; in nln.until P.cnrod.-P. P. was used The man who claims that there is no N m 0 1p ...... ...... ...... ;2,1r:3: : 83>,p 642t'W8h'gt'n"1115t 'J"'F'- ......":....... .---" ;
:$, poison, malaria dyspepsia, and (8lgaedby am now entirely), J. D. JOHNSTOIT. i tells _1 ...... ..?.. ...... : o tl2. .) SOSaM 'ltimore" 9 4:.!it 537p... ......:. ._........- .
In afi blood and skin diseases like Savannah GaSkin I' such thing as au honest man, t.+ 0 0t7 ...... ...... ..... >..'. 3 5fia to 23s "Phil al 1 P L.. 7 2O.t d'P" ......1....:.. ...... '
tatter blotches, scald,.pJmpln.head 014 bolls chronic, fear ulcers Cancer Cared:: 6'1f others what he thinks of himself. :-;; N "-" .. .. .. ..... ..... 1120 53r> "Ne'" Y..rk" 12 1.3.'OP ..; ';' .. n.. ..n_ +d

t esema-we may Bar without j.I There are too many people who are g 09/1 Couches Jjckbgnyilie! Waa.'iagK'ii NOB. 37 aid S9t .
Xiironah
beat +
contradidIonthat P. P. P.is the TuUmonyfromlheJfovorefScpttniTex.BEQmw iii:" i Elegant Day on
yt" blood partner in the world,and makes TFT. January 14,1803. lf willing!I to do all the shouting and let A OV ::_: : ?S: i r"r
positive, speedy; and permanent cores SIcssits. t1PPYAN BROS. Savannah, I somebody else do all the work. 11 :4 p .70N I HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE, ;
in all cases. 1 '
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Oa.: Senllemen have tried yonr P. CINCCfNATI-JACKSONVILE. To 8'. Loni'. Ch ean. SionT Ci>y.Hs8ouri .
p. p.fur a disease of the kin, usually There is still a good deal of religion I Iyl t h
7sf L 4Jea dOH systems are polaoned known's&dneancerofthirtyvears! I I m 0 No 36 I I NoI

F.; I and\1011o whablooAlslnanlmpnrocnncatandtng dll.to menstrual u."...,. the, and blood found and great relief all:Ir 1C in the world that consist in puttingthe P-3 g :'mop P j I jf .Jhtcazo.; Detroit Tule- -- 6....Jpm Lr ..... lk..ull.l1l .... .'2..a ss :y
Gtwb do
: purifies removes : L1
bene1lted J e .. sound the of the (IJ 8Uo' 3 dom. 60Uam J.v ....... At'
ir, areecuUarly WOD.rltatlon from tho seat of the disease big apples on top 5 02 a a io ; anta..f. ps
Cleveland.Lonwvi
derlal or toIllO P. P.and P.-Prlck17 blood clea..a1DZ..& ,J roe; and prevents have taken any enrcadinfr flreor Biz bottles of tbo dJertIee basket.A -0 'g g. :- I.I, -"'! .!-o1::-1 -;s::: 1', :o r-o-.". I200n'n .. .......U"Irtnlw!;h',. """ -r-
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'S sores. "t."t ::: ... ... Ll.11 20.- '
BoottndPotustum.J andfe4eonddentthstartothor'onno ) snowflake is weak 's h-:........ td: B oac ,I S5 a 55.5' .a"U "'''le. ;za-te a5 7 50 p m'c. H..t11 sprnge. .....,,. ti"
will effect a cure. It has also relieved a very thing. ..... ", .. ., ; IniianN.taha L'a 0 a 7S1>am ......"S'. Inu a...... h
_SranronraD;Mo.the'bigbat Aug. 14th.1833.1 of- me from indigestion and stomach But a great many together could stop __ p. A :- > l 1\\' I I ca Po .' .......Chua.o.:: ..... =pa i. .
ia terms -- ..
can speak troubles.. YOU1'll truly 1 ..... -Daboqtte....... 7 3Qas.
+, medicine from my own personal w. H. RUST.Jtuow1ed" the o' the most "- Co.tI fItilIII 15.pm// : #
yonr y CAPT. progress powerful II 730a 6'23 p&lLvJackB'v.leAk'1030A.m...... : "
I was affected with heart at Law. c..a r ( .. ... Ionx CIty.800pa a
Attorney i 1"-1 ... *
r dime pleurisy and rbeumatism for locomotive. A feather is a very light 0 CN I, 955i450p 845pto223am Ajr.ETcrett .Lv 742am ..?..
85 years "uueated by the yerybe8t But I-j! ( (I> 0 '--'" I I II' t l : I.J.on.. 12 loam..,... Thruu b.Palmas: sleepers St- Louis u. 'a
&ictan'aUfult8.1t! b lu1rededly!.Jthol: BooK in BlOOd Diseases. HUM Free.SneUCo thing. a great many together a 1--. I.I 830p 5 4.)aiu Atl-i=ta. Co 10pm ...... JdcfcwnTillo. 'Sleepers through Chicago or tv ,r
"'outhndlng tried every rella4 known taken BELL IT. could make a bad too heavy for the ..- pCtO 1 J .. ...... 945am100pm Lv Atlanta co ... Sioux t ity and Jacksonville with but 4ls. rI. ,'-
,t ; of 7 nriPPP.f and can ALL DRUGGISTS most powerful locomotive to move. r 0:1 =:: I I...... Ar Ch tnga Ar ......... .. .... ch'Ine:: .{ -.

iOOcI cheerfully recommend say It your Ibaieeveretakkeen.medicine to alls LIPPiYiAIM DKtJ&s "Union is strength."Kam's Horn. rl'l .mo.. &"t.tr- wQ Jooo4ft 3 I:',! -........2 01 pm Lv.AUan:-..-.ArArCliatn'ga -..-.. ..-...... KAN'At caY LINE.-Ttuoagh leew t JJ,
I can VI1.-l I Jacksonville to Hoilv8pr ngs. Holly Springs -
awrorera the abOT"d aseL PBOPEIETORS.MRS. ) 7Q ..' .... 7 tOpw ar 800um.. .?... .
M. M. YEAEY.f'3prlagseld. y..B1oeJE.sa D"all,Oa A Millionaire's t'uriun Mail. p ; p i SU 4 t .... ? 20 a'n Ar Crn'turf Z'r 8 OOpm ...... Kansas Gi'y, (one eonJ1.J r s
GteeACountJ'.1IOo
Not the President of the United r No.3d7| Arkansas, I.u&II Ito SI

States himself receives a larger or L-I pt p 70'0':i :::I:: 0 ::s 1 I Day Coach: on No. S3 throtuh: {p Atlanta. 6 20pm\ LT.... Jacksonville Territory.Nos.! .'l.. t
more curious collection of mail matter .r- -4 Pili 'doO I 8 45 pm ArAr....... .... .... AzfJO.o.: -
.every morning than the postman leavesat h-:......... a :- m 4A M 4 .J 745am ......Atlanta.Ar .....:..
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.. Nor. 85 end 3G connection leaves'Atlanta at
.. 'a ham- ..
12 uo Ar..Birmirt 255pa
the door of Mr. George Vanderbilt'sh'ome. td: r" '
Sc Middleton O 09\J.J 111:41 J I a. m. fur Chattanooga, airman Cba.tta.1000pm .....Memphis......*.. LVi 20iIa
r ndrews Since the fame of his fine O Ro noo!;a l:K) p. m. Jleepcra to and from.Jacluoaville. 915 m500pm Ar. ?9priagfisti: Mo.t 611'Ja
.. gifts in charity's name and building of Ii3 0:: J'g Ar.....Kansas Git"..::... Ly'103)da: 4: I
his great Southern palace have gone 1 .... :; M Noa.' 6 ,N/u. 7 43
forth this unsolicited ;- ,, I and 13 No. 9 9..th and West Florida a.d and 14 and ISDaily. .
correspondence '
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Livery Salo and Food Stablos. from all parts of the country, has increased 2 II.. sote bl-.to [%3 0 I 'V v Daily.950pm. -Daily.905am. New Orleans.T. -.;- FG

I ten' fold, flowing chiefly from 09en CI ........ LY..Fel'Dandin..Ar.. ..i.. SfOpi = .. '
the pens of women who have some 0 q !....... 1009am950am Lv....... .Callahan..Ar........ 350pw345pm e.y 'Y.: '
s re =.'FINEST TURNOUTS in the city. I fund or hospital to which they wish i Ja 0 d Lv.Jacksonville.......Ar 630am ( = -.:.... .
t05Op'l11053smAr..E&ldwin..LT 530am 3COp'- :: ::
I I this fortunate and liberal-handed! gen. f= 12 13am 12-Olpm( Ar .......S-arke. .Lv 405am 1 Mp.fl.' .
i
r tleman to contribute. :a 12 48am 1285pm Ar........Waldo...LvAr 332am1155am 125psa1155am P"i r 4
I Drnmmers' Teams s ni Brapi a Specialty.ja.tton.tlon. I Begging letters says Mr.: Yander- STORE.J. x7 OOam 156pm ..O&inCBville.LT ,Q

but and assistant who = ........ 600pm Ar.-Cedar Key..>Lv ........ 'l,4tia\d'', ;
1 I secretary d. Slam 182pm: 1r..Hawthorno..Lv: 343am 12 Slp1'11' ...... ...i '
irompt i : : .. manage this daily budget, are sadly g d 2C9am 2OIpmAr..Citra. ........Lv '209 lacking in originality, and holding upa .... .... 238pm Ar......Silver : .. ,;. "
CH RGES. small, unopened Lord Fauntleroy sle 300am 24"pm350pm Ar.......... i'O5am.11 29t nI [ c:;) =- .
I.I.REASONABLE I ........ .>..... Ar........ srrmg..LT'I..... ': Clo.n '
aLaas.ata envelope decorated with a curious 02as 2'iam ( Ar......... !.lLJOpm 101Ha"n ';1- r.r

Stables corner Call and Thompson streets, one block from Depot. net work of pot hooks and hangers ., 6 25am720a 420pm Ar........ ..... .. ; 25pm 933smi - the Secretary is able to read very.nearly' 447pm Ar.:.......TrvareaLv 925pm643pm 910an ;;
word for word the pleading ? 10 SCAm 6l3pmAr........OrUndo.........Lv 745a n :.
o S ..53tpmA.r.....Winter Park......Lv .*....A 83Oitn e. :.
MORGAN BROS. contents. "I am a little girl, twelve ..,. tram 429pm! Ar..St. Carher.ne.Lv 10 13pm943pm 932ain: I =
years of age, trying to do what I can rn 548im723im 4 51pm Ar........Laooochee.......LTAr !J 1Oayn ..... <<
a.. W 60lhm Ar..D&d8Clt1... ...L. 9 849em D .
for the fresh air fund of our town, 508pm : 27pm8l2pra : a
I L. GASKIXS = 6 Ilpm ........PlantCity........LT 748am Q c:!; !
P. O. Building, Starke Fla. and knowing how very, very generous O %00.im 710pm950am .r.........tTampa .......LT 700pm 70Cam O!:t_Q'. .
are, but bow .
you many many -DEALER IN- -- '
NEWSDEALERS SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS and people must ask you for money, I only i W 600pm1040pm Lv......Jacksonville.*.Ar 720am524am 939 / suggest let us have a half of what 11 56 you DRUGS AND MBDICINBS. IOt 1210im155im 12 40pm Ar..Livs Oak. ....Lv 4 51 am :>>:.' "' Id
your income amount to for one min- i. 13pmAr..3r&li'+on..Lv: 400am 12: OlamtOSOrm :.... ,').
Wholesale and ietail Stationers ute. Your grateful little friend, Ma C1 4 10am 252pm337p.u Ar...,.Mon ticello....Lv 2 33 HE tf) .. r
mie B." That is the regular formula Starke, FJa. ..:= 520am \.r..u..T&llaha3.ee..Lv 210sm 830ijmQ -i- =

I 1 ..... .. 432pm Ar.... .Qnincy..LT 114am1233am 635pm ,IO ,.
. 4 i. mmmmm mmmm I I followed by the small girl, as the opening O-O 515pm Ar......Kiver Janctioa... ..Lv ..... .. :: .'
,1 Dealers in Musical Instrument and Merchandise Wall Paper Novelties eta of the envelope proves for the Physicians prescriptions carefully Through Pullman U 00pm ....Pensacola...Lv 725pmSSSpm ? 13pm _
idea of getting a minute's worth of a at all hours- Sleepers Jacksonville 305am735am Ar...........Mobie .: .Lv ..: .' E-c 4
Picture frames made to order. Fall lino of School Books and Snppliet compounded ..
millionaire's income is.a favorito lo New Orleans. A.r..N Orleans.... Lv IV Wan ::..:.J
Legal.Blanks. Orders for Printing received. Christmas goods in season. I scheme in the begging letter.. Eirn- day or ni2ht. I x Daily except Sunday. t Connections at Tampa for St Petersburg. Manatee BiTer aat9.. ,, i
Key West and Havana steamer At Waldo reamer for Melrow. Connects at TilltTia*-' i
eat young gentlemen, also working in 1'tee for St. Marks. Carabelle amt Apalachicola.! Connects RiverJ'inctbn for Chattahooctesi. f
the name of charity: are fond of suggesting A Bailey I river steamer Connects at Ocala for Horacnassa. :_
Wm TISOI that Mr. Vanderbilt let them All baggage; will checked from Uuioa Depot. Tickets will:3'ill be sold at the city ticks- s ;
have a full suit of his clothing to raffle office, 202 Hogan street, as well as at the Union Depot ticket o2ist& : .
.< C.ajBEERBOWCB,
t rLIVERY i I off for the benefit of the village circulating STARKE FLA. Ticket A ,,-nt.203 West Bay street, corner HORSD.. Jackannvtlleu 7a ;
: library, and one eccentric damsel N. S.PEN T lSGTOY, Traffic Manager. A. O.M*.: >OXELLvGeneral .

sent a black satin slipper of her ,' avenger Agent: t

FEED AND SALE STABLES own, promising if it was tilled with ;. ..' s

silver dollars for the aid of her free

sewing society, she would not ask any Vho1e2e 8 and RotailDoalor Southern f :

larger donation, and deploring coquettishly % _= ir
Block Starke Fla. j .
Hodges
: 1 that the slipper was only a ------ inf ._ .: '" '. ';- :'" Y
number one. When the daily post is

: Hag: Th e 'finest orivin 'and ridin[ horsDs ill city examined, a very by the few Secretary of these remarkable and his assistant FRESH BEEF ..s Railway.t} x

missives are selected for the perusalof v

!!-- Mr. Vanderbilt, and the rest are PORK & MUTTONSLICED .

docketed and put away in a big box, ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUT J

Gentle Horses. Stylish Rigs. where such correspondence is, oddly "
HAM A SPECIALTY.
enough, most carefully preserved.St. r

Hones Louis Star-Sayings. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, '
Boarded at Reasonable
Prices
and Given Best Attention. st' r
A Hail Year tor iloniiu J.'i eons. COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS, .. .

:THE CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO. Flying fanciers and homing pigeons THOROUGHFARE COACHES:, VESTIBULED I TRAINS: .t

a have had a hard season of it this year.. In .

.J It is estimated that out of 5909 birds QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED. < !
liberated in different parts of the

tot country, only 800 have returned .

. home, the great loss being principallyon PoorHealth North AXld. Eas't. N"or1h: and 'VV ogst. .
account of bad weather. No sucn
38."ttkwt NO. 39. NO. >. I .
NO. 1 NO; T.
disastrous year has been experienced ALL TRAINS DAILY. UUmll .. kc.s.rJUIL"..& ALL TRAINS DAILY. "U.-i..... ".We a
in the history of the sport in America. .. ." .rIL u." .a- '

Time and again this season the libera- Lv. Jacksonville, F.C&V: _. 7 30 am 6 20 pm Lv. Jacks: ,uvi11e. F.C..5: P.. 6 2ft! pm 730 atta
Everett _. !965am 8 45 pm KTereit: Southern.. ,8 60 pm 10 00 anI'
i, --.. I 1 tors have wired to the home matchers I !!Savannah 11 50 am 10 41 pm Ar.1rll\COiJ. 2 4i' am 4 eo pas
that the birds had set out under a fine Columbia, Southern.. 5 O5 pm 400am700am Atlanta, S 4}am 830 pa 7
NEW Ar. Charlotte _. 8 20 pm Chattanc-oga, 7 i'i' pm 6 35aa 4'm.
j' YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA LINESThe sky with a favorable wind, and the "WashiDgon. _. 6 42 am 8 30 pm Cincinnati.: Q. & C._.._. ,7J2 2r am 72Dy. .. T
much than
l sail follows birds have encountered stormsor means so more N FaltimI Penn.1X.. 8 O-? am 11 2S pm '
magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to as : severe 10 15 S 00 Ar... BirU uglam.g : Soathf-rn. Ot a ii .-?._
Philadelphia am
am
'1 Calling at Charleston, 8. 0., both ways. bad weather when 100 or 200 miles you imagine-serious and' New York M _-.12 53pm a 20 am St. Louis. Cairo"'"''b.Line '7 L&I m -'-' .
'i 'rom New ork. Pier 29. E. R. Standard Time-Steamer. From Jacksonville Fla. out. Hundreds of old stagers that Ar. Memphis. K. C 1!. &B. 10 I > pm __ c Y
i For Charleston and New York. fatal diseases result from Ar. Asbeville. Southern._ ....___. 10 10 am Kansas City.M 5 e pm ___
I have been.ont in all kinds of weather
1 Rridaead: "7. Se. t. IS, at a pm.... I FEMJNOLE: Tuesday Oct 1. at 190 pm trifling ailments neglected.Don't r I
'+ .t.l'. 27. at a pm.... CHEROKEE Thursday .. 3, at 400 am and who were counted on to come For full information apply to any Agent of this great :Railway!
a told.y' Oct 1. at Ipm .... IROQUOIS Sunday .... G. at 530 ama through almost anything in the way play with Nature's''greatest '
its connections.
4, at Epm .... ALGUNQUIN Thursday 10. at 8 30 am System or ; : w
;w )( dtJ\ ,". T. at j I pm.... SEMINOLE Sunday 13, at 12 01m of a storm, have disappeared entirelyin gift-health. ryVI.
i' ednabq. a. at a pm.... CHEROKEE Tuesday .. 15. at 130 P m long lies this summer, and their A. TURK, C. A. BENSCOTER S. H. HAHOWICK, ..,. yI
;' nUay. :: 11, .at apm .....lROQUOI Thursday, .". 11. at 400 amt owners have watched in vain for their If you are feelingout Qeneral Pass. Agent, Asst. Can. P-.i. Qtn'f Pas.Agsnt. '.
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1ead&d: T. 15. at Ipm ALGONQUIN Sunday 20. at ooam of sons weak ,
iC adY. 4 18. at I pm.... SEMiNOLE! Thursday. 2t, at a 30 a mWo.'fJ. return and scanned the newspapersfor and generally exoitlTn's WASHINGTON. D. C. KNOXVILLE TEN. *; ATLANTA. QA..... '.
F !. : 11, at Ipm .... CHEROKEE Sunday N 27, at 1200 m weeks to learn of their being B hausted JleIVo s," ..
hdt.7.. at apm .... 29, at 13 W. ALLEN
r ., IROQUOIS Tuesday pm have no appetiteand D. .
n'lay. .5. at Ipm .... ALGONQUIN Thursday 31, at 130pmseday found.-Chicago Journal. Ii can't work, .. Tf'
29. at Spm .... SEMINOLE Sunday. Nov. at 400 am ... begin at once tak- Florida Passenger Agent, .' .
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They Esteem a Sailor.! ing the most relia- 2\2 West Bay Street JACKSONVILtE. FLA. ;'V
:Philadelphia Charleston and Jacksonville Line I ble strengthening -
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/ I The esteem in which the sailor'scallIng on medtcine.which : ":
t 11 t s saTirtV
For Brown's Iron Bit S&th lRU ,
"{ the present and until further notice steamer "Yemassee" is intended is held in Massachusetts coast ters. A few bot- U I '

to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from Charleston towns is indicated by a story that cure-benefit ( .- ,

"' fer Florida Philadel p*"a.* Sundays. Close connection* made at Charleston with Clyde comes from Martha's Yineyard. A Bitters first from dose-the it _____ __ .__ __ .__ _. .._ _I.I. _____ '
Steamers for business to and all Florida atai .
and from Jacksonville points.Also teacher was... wanted, and a sailor ap. your -
Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia. plied for the position. He had to: pleasant teeth, and to .it's take. bJeweler.
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pass an examination! by the committee, U. D. MINWatchmaker

i ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE. and trembled at tha ordeal, beiaij It Cures i ,

sadly unlearned: book-lore. The

r -'' For S&oford> Enterprise and Intermediate Points on the St. John's Alrar.t chairman began the examination : Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver and .

STEAMER EVERGLADE Capt. W. A. SHAW, "Mr. -, what is the shape of the Neuralgia, Troubles, F.1John's
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' Ia appointed to sail from Jacksonville Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00 earth?" 1 Constipation Bad Blood Next .
to Postoifice.
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;; Po ia., and returning leave Sanford Mondays and Thursdays at 5:00 a. m. "It is round, sir," the candidate Malaria, Nervous ailments < I Building- 1 i

neral.Paseongei and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay street, Jacksonville answered. Women's complaints.
I.foot Howard,, Florida Freight Awnt, F.M. Ironmonger, Jr., Florida Passenger Agent 1 3L HIO i'PUIt1'eeteJacUOIlViU..11&. 204 W. Bay street,Jacksonville, Fla "Because I have sailed around it 1 lines on the wrapper. All others are sub ,
1& I'--G T. M" A. J. Dole, Geueral Passenger Agent, three times." stitutes. On receipt of two 2C. stamps we
w .f'e ,'lIInF York. 5 Bowling Green N. Y. 1 will send set of Ten Beautiful World's'
!'Ii$B G. Eger b Trat6oManager, J. A. Leslie,Superintendent, ."That will do, sir !I" He receivedhIs Fair Views and book-free. Special and Prompt Attention Given to Repairing ;j'1i j
:I wlia-r.-i i New York foot HOgJlon"tree'- Jacksonville,FlA. "certificate" teacher without BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE MOo "
Reasonable.
as a Charges
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. G. F.A13 South Delaware Avenue Philadelphia. I ;<<
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WM. another question being asked.-Ar- r f r r r* '
.. P. CLYDE & CO., Ceneral Agents,
; .'.'.\'De1. eAre. P..Ua..I. Bewllajc Green, NewY.rk gonaut. For sale by J. L. Gaakins, Starke, Fla 190 Id Gold bought or taken Sa achaq.

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1.Jl I cfceel S'and a'niddy complexiony .' J" P Lamb)11ttgl& La b,-\V\dol" of R. W\\ ;
: Dougherty': is eatiricr yelIciy-kggt l : S r
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< : ; ; I jbickenrtia North Georia.Chiplcy : :bright'eyes. and. ;rosy-. cheeks? W.JUE.Adrtams.wife of J. B.Addams.F.X l-'I.
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and G.P.lamb.
Lamb.LJ.Llu..b
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101'; (I 'i, 4; __i.... n.- Atlanta Exposition "'Hammond'attending .Wane Alleu John Allen and Lillle Allen., |
.... children of Jane Alien and as such pranrt chilt -
; AJTSWHR 'All the difference late
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'I:" 'Ot'Y.s.r1" ... :, ( to his ministerial busi.Taliafcrro" wortd-'One is ugilsess;.the otHer 'dren ot the said John J.-Lamb,and to. all others -
.!1 Icttr'.u., ...__ .; ... t nJs keeps '{iis on beauty..' who may be interested.' ;
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t shre6 l6pU. : : three of"the"above, while ,about a Axswira: .25 cenij difference weeks For .'NOTICE day of November. A. D. 1S',I shall
cl three
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1.iif'i, -, i' .-: : : ; dozen more-candidates for the United 25 treatment (two different medicines) as applilica administrator n'to the of Honorable said decedent'sestate Wm.F.Malph.make lS.County -,
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: will cored yourdisordered liver J
which
.t1'!t /J ttt red ia: I States"Senate; to succeed the banish all poisonous tilt,purify your Judge of the County or Bradford and .

,. t .lt.t"" ,':'. .r Senior Senator, are sawing wood. blood,stimulate appetite tone up the of State following of Florida described for.an order lands decreeing situated the and Mle being '
; nerves and make a new creature pi in the said County of Bradford State of Florida -
:1Jf..f. r'._ J you.This. and belonging to the estate of said decedent. ;
4t "'!86arke-- : The. flight. nan .Will. Ce Struck. except so much us may be allotted to Marian 6. :
ir "" ,. j From the- Tampa ] .j is a famcfus remedy, and Lamb.as and for her dower in the same; ta-wit:
Tribune.
r.l _. ." ; The nomination of the lion. J. P. I while perfectly harmless, it never I acres The on north south half sid of southwest southwest quarter quarter and northwest 13 _I

f PY thc fails. It is made of the purest quarter. section 15.( townai.ip 5. range 18, V.1.
,, j faliaferro for governor by the I and the southeast quarter and east half of southwest -
:9Jr' '; preparations. quarter and 13 acres on the south sid'of
ever Pasco Democrat has evi .

.!'f' ,"riew,.tbe, "g ; dently produced County a terrible 'commo- Ask your druggist for Ramon's section theoutheast 17. township quarter 5,of range the northeast I", and the quarter north Ag
f" ., Tonic Liver Pills. Two medicines half of the northeast and northeast quarter
A If quarter
: : tio'ii in the office of our valued con btthe northwest quarter,section 20.township :
It.j ila. temporary-'the Pensacola Times, and two boxes for only one price.A 5, range IS. and the ..0rtJl west quarter ol the 1
: for Constipation and north west quarter,section 21, townships, range
i te : to which in a recent issue devotes along sure cure 18. containing 50f) acres more or less and these I

_ .contes and able editorial 'to an elab Biliousness.At are be and to cite1 and before admonish thf all Honorable persons interested Wnx...Mil-to!
frionda
appear
: orate analysis of that gentleman's I all dealers.or mail.for 2c.,5 boxes$1.00. phurs. County Judge afonwni't. 'at the County
the'libnie' ." BROWN MFG CO.,New York. Jud 'somce in the Town Starke and Countyof
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i'.4kMUv political performances. Let the I Bradford, on Ihe said 7th day of November, "


_1i w 9i r!' ,jasper'EprroE'': l de in flashes thunder will be, hit somebody roll. When,who the deseryes. lightning-n For Sale Call. In by Went J L.Florida.GASKIffS'. I A.D.1S93.Oct.3rd,A.D.1895.' '-10-4 StMaster's LLOYD Administrator.,L. LAMB- '. :



J t'f 'iitoD cJorVof:cou t : A Question-ot Locality. From It the is as St Acdrews near possible Buo ".] for a man- t Sale.. .'i JI-L ,


,rJ( >old. i-not.'< oUf From Under the Broasoa the ruling Times-Democrat.of Comptroller] convicted people by his!of own felony words to that convince' be is UNDER S'th.and and 1S sale'5.by in virtue duly and made by at the a Decree and Circuit entered of Court foreclo September of-I :

Section.! we Bloxham,very few of the delinquenttax it is for \1 lr. Call the fourth Judicial Circuit State of Florida, in
innocent to Crt
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1 : as and for Bradford in certain cause in
_ { ::!uiatra% the al- lists in Florida will have legal ate the the 'voters chancery therein pending t'ounty wherein a W.T Weeksis .
t impression upon
_ | 'Usie'nd', : to publication. He advised' collectors of West Florida that it is to their 1 I Clemmons complainant Dinah and Terrell Biiibef and Sebrou Clemmons.T.rrtll Gussie arefendants. :

Or'f""l'-1 ,rJ.' Jl where papers were published on interest to again return him to the d i will sell to the highest bidder for
rjf.-t r'' ca.1ill front of the Court House door in the
:"'fr u._.. .' > Thursday to let first insertion appear senate. town of Starke in said County of Bradford ,

Oct. 10. 'This gives only 1 26 ON NOVEMBER 105.
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days notice to first Monday 111' November There i.? one medicine; which evcrv' The same being the first 1Ionday'ot said; month
t A :niost and 'J knows family should be provided with.Ve and a h.gal sale day during tbe legal hours of
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every
J' wyer sale on said day, the following d L : :
M .J' r iucli'o that this will Jot be a I legal month. refer to Chamberlain's Pain Balm :and lots of land situate, CribedlieC8.'t.pirc" ,
A few collectors When it is at hand the severe painof in the town of Starke County of Bradford and -
else.'It 'whom kept
ct : among tate ot Florida, to-tfit: Lot number three (3)
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''mouth were those in Alachua, Bradford, a burn or sctild: may be promptly relieved in the northwest (n w) corner of block numbertwo
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(2),being one hundred and live feet (103 ft)
_ T." "'' Lafayette and Levy counties, ignored and the sure healed in much less north (n) and south (s.) and fifty-two and one-
f q: Notes.] the instructions of the comptroller lime than when medicine hto be sent half feet Wtf ft) east (tand west (w). north
of Call street, in section twenty-eight (sep !8)
_* and, 11 )! and iuserted the 'list the first for. A sprain. may be promptly treated township 'i ix (tp 6> south of range twentytwoeast

r}:'' I but. ,will'. week in October. A sale made before inHimation: sets in, which insures an acre.(s) of (r) (2! e!, containing one-eiphth i of
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4 explain" .under a notice of 26 days will: not a Qiro in about one-third the time other- Also the following described lot lying and '
fr'.1 being in t&towu of of Starke being one-eighth I
he legal, and has so been decided wise'required. Cuts and bruises shou!< of,an acrn known as the ilorrer lot. describedand : -
;i 4' tff; i the Our collector bounded a.< follows.: Being two hundred
by 'supreme court. receive immeriiate attention before the
> and ten (et't (210 ft) more or less north (n'and -
ifmVoif f |} ; prefers to be on the safe si. parts'beei.me swollen and when Cham south (s) and tifty-two and one-half feet (52ft -
closVit ) east (e) and west (w) bounded on south (s) B
f\t t l } berl1\.1 'H Pain Balm is applied H will heal by Call stre- west (w) by a street and north
: More Iteadlu' an'. Wrltlu. them without 'matter being formed and ; (n) by a street and on the east (e) by land :
owned by Mrs Eugenia Edwards, wife of William in
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:p. ,1 of From the Tampa Times. without leaving a scar. A sore throat F.Edwards.
A. V. LONG -
j The Public school F cponentmrkes may be cured in one night. .\ piece of J. L. Fiuzfis. Special Master.Complainant's A
lltni? ; V*Some .Lii
its first Attorney.-10-4 tiIaster's
from
_ appearance flannel danlpeu'ed with this liniment and

:'j '!;ire ingniiii. Jacksonville this week. Among the bound on over the seat of pain, will cure Sale. '

t to be ; good things it contains is this: '"We lame back or pain in the side or chest in

Wl 1\:]'s''no-tin Tht3, need less military training, less 1w -n1y-fonr hours. It is the most valuable TTNDER and by-virtue of a oecroe of foreclosure

\ Latin, etc., and more 'readin', 'writ- however for rheurntt: isin. Persons U and sale duly made and entered September
-uil' i 9t! ; in' an' 'rithmetic'-more 3rd. 135, in and by the Circuit Court of u
; good solid afflicted with this disease will be the fourth Judicial .Circuit, State pf Florida in
t .Q e tn" body and less trimmings. The and for Bradford County, in a certain cause in !
delighted with the prompt relief from therein wherein The Land in
@ Candidate: i 1 lie Chancery pending
jiiv&11 plain fact might'as well he admit pain winch it .nffords and it can be depended Mortgage Bank of Florida (Limited). a corpora'tiou E :
ted. The ot Great Britain, are complainants and Max
of the
I-Ft.. .jiti: '.* average graduate upon to effect a complete cure. E. Moore and The Florida Finance Co. and O.J.
school these knows Griffin and J.H. Barker willsell j
average days a sate are defendants I
jffjftssained For by Starke Drug Co. to the highest bidder for cash in front of the
_ 5S v has little of a great many things, but ----- Court House door in the town of $atke,in said
1 r4p: ,- : not much if'anythi ng.. This senti- For la grippe use Dr. Powell's Feyer County of Bradford

'j ." 41|iU r :. the mpnt will meet the approbation of Cure It "never fails" to cure it. ON N.OVEM'EER 4rn isss. 7:30
M The same being the first of said month
1, ccn6 : : un all practical, progressive peopleBut .- and legal sale day during Monday the legal hours of
,||| 4'i1VbY r''J: it is in direct conflict with Superintendent sale on said day. the following described pieces, '
_ "* .\ parcels or lots of land situate lying and being in
will
I Sheats' question sheets the County of Bradford and State of Florida and
*.r #p for the recent 'teachers' examina described as follows! to-wit: The northwest (n
|W4 Candidate i : w J4) quarter ol" rhe northeast (n e H) quarter
: ticns. And no matter what excuses the south half (s S) of southeast quarter is e jif), 7"J
,ivelVi> i in the the northwest quarter (n w .-,) *nd tne south
1I that*: he may give superintendent is half(s JS) Of section thirteen .see 13). townshipseven r4:1
our personally responsible for the nonsensical (tp T,south range went.v-two east (s r 2; and : '
1 ,c.iho wa4 tHo containing six hundred acres more or lets.
&1 In tiCv; es character of those. questions. Terms cash; pwrchiiaer. paying A. for V. LONG title. I

D.l 't itoniUe J. L. FRAZEE. Special Master.

his..' lie Will Get.:. d To It. Complainants' SolicitorlO45tSheriff's

"' '" : From the Jasper News.] 4ctiii Sale.
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_ ,i 'coming; Stte superintendent Sheats is

$::: !.. rk the much wrought up in feeling about UNDER and by virtue of a writ of ft f a iiRued at 2

-ct1'; Tida. the rtcent'criticis' 1) of the State Circuit State of thA of Floridain Circuit Court and ,for Fouith the county Judicial of

fin: ]t } : l :' press on his examination questionsand Bradford.wherein Alice iu a Hudson certain and cause her therein husband pending J; L.,
indulges in some hard *
''jingle l the, very Hudson were plaintiffs and Eliza; J.BuNhnell was
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sayings! about, the quilf-clriving fra. defendant,a levy baa been made upon the follow-
Veddin l i the i DR descn bed property o'the defendant to-wit:
li ternityl 18) acre s in the northeast quarter of south
; : I. west ,section
4,' ilort**V ""t,m"> *"'"t I The news has not made a single south quarter range twenty-twoeast twenty-four; township five

,in, 9 p i criticism of $!lr. Sbeats, nor tbe recent Sirs.J.P.Bed,Ossaicatomie,Kas. A id 1 will sell the same at public outcry in
front ol the
** court house door in the town of
ld&mf '' O .. examination papers, beyondmere wUa of the editor ofThe Graphic the lead..Lug Starke during the I legal hours of sale on Monday
allusions in a .faceteous local paper of Miami county writes the4th day ot:November,!&,to the highest bid-
way.
der for cash. E. K. JOHNS
eofflc
| "I tsaa troubled with heart diseasefor
\Ve do not feel l, however, that we I -10-4 at Sheriff Bradford County. : !

i; ;;that' ,will would] not be perfectly justifiable inharply' Biz of years breath se-vere together palpitations with such shortness ez- ftoteie. -

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:; )y, lj \ criticising some languageused treme nervousness that at times I would

; TI: -pie\'! e i by Mr. Sheats a few days ago ,walk tho floor nearly all night. We. NOTICE is hereby given that I have been ap-
consulted the best medical talent. Assignee of
the
about the State pre's, but we forbear estate ot Voiney
-ti
: },_ against_ : for tbe present in consideration They said t1&erewzsnoiie1pforne, J.Creaitors Shipman.are of Lawter hereby, insolvent.notified to file swore
lsi is that I bad organic disease of the heart for
pharge. be of11'. Sheats' inexperience. Statements of their claims with me at my office i
k'aiae which there was no remedy. I had read in Lawtey within sixty days: or in ease of cred
t \ -! lie has not yet held office long your advertisement in Tho Graphic apda Itrs.within residing four beyond the limits of this State!
months from
: date of this
,;.. fiayelxeen., i } ity enough to learn, that to be "cussed" year afro as a last resort tried one bottle of ALFRED RUSHTOS.L notice..
inaJisrn : a i is one of the perquisites of official Dr. miles' Acir Cure for the Heart, Assignee.

i ( life. The public official who pleases' which convinced me that there was true --L.a..te.r.. Fla..Oct-",1800-1\ 8 J.
They merit in it. 1 took three bottles each of tho
: plu everybody is always retired at the Heart Cure and Kestorative Nervine and Notice to Debtors and Creditors
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expiration of 1m first term. If Mr. It completely mred sac. JT sleep

aF; 1F', ,the eitate the Sheats will but think a moment he well at pi:hl, my heart beats regularly and -L>JOTICF.dented is hereby given that all persons in-
to the
estate ot Sirs.
Casunder
Addi-
\ her. 'i one can easily call to mind a very prominent Ibavouo mote: Emothcrinu spells. I fish, foa. ( ',.". late of Bradford county, Floridu
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.' ,, to to all who sulTerin will
\JI' -t Florida official who say are ; as I did 1 ; pay the same to the undersigned without Je
2 # 'p"ro l e : was actually there's relief untold for them if they'will I y,and all persons"having claims against said
the "cussed" into the office he estate must present them duly authenticated
ll ""i' h t.t.esr only '; -e your remcdiss;just one '.." within two years, or this notice will be plead in
did to-day occupies. Bro. Sheats is entirely Dr.rifles Heart Qaro Is sold l on a positive bar ot their rpeovery. JOHN ADDISON.

;\i Ji!:!;' litbse toq sensitive. The criticismsof guarantee All druggists thattho'sell it first at ii.bottla G bottles will forS5or beneut. Anj 23. IS'jribt Administrator.

f 14 Citizen. : is which he complains are tine advertisements 1 twill be seni. prepaid. on rU: 4 by the Dr.MIles Medical Co. Elkhari, IcsLDr. A ;
j, we ayr ? : for which he shouldbe

: trfidipus a truly thankful l, and if he continues Miles' Heart Cure t tI Sg
v; re to h hold office he will get usedto I -* -- Known
4 toned t Restores ,
Health
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f Among awhile.little things like that after -- ---- _.- Everywhere.Sold .
Everywhere.
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1%. : Dr. Powell's ever-l"'uil" Fever Cure Grown j \
Everywhere.
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the
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. may be found on sale with any of the following -
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i fJire: ; the The best salve in the world for cuts, ''J.L. (USKINS. Star1e. }1a. filmYS SEEDS

: ,, SunIiakr; ; bruises, sores ulcers, salt raeuqi, fever ,. iTARKE OEO. S. ROACH DRCCi CO.. . Ask yoar dealer for tbt m. Send for.
"JPratt olf sores, tetter, hands chilblains tBR0ew. lti\'t'r Fla. Ferry's Seed
b ; chapped H. C. PARKER & DRO.. > In valuable to all Annual tor 1395.
planters anil lovers
; k4' Johnston, corns, and all skin eruotions.. and positively U.HARVEY S. YOUXG JARRETT Lake-side.Hampton,Flat of FlowerWrite tine Vegetables forlt-I and Beautiful'ree. .
cures pile(Jpr no pay required. It K. W.
JONES.
L CI'O e. U.M. FERRY Ic Cu.,
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to s' l"A_ ............ ._...I.J of DWX...... .. ,... 19 22F of railroad 490 feet thence .......... ... ... ..... .. n X of s .'4 of n e L4... .. --.. 3 K SiH 40 4T1I ,' ., i' 1
.j' .x.N._ .... .. .. .wof .__w.u .... 3 5 1" 40 1 easterly and at right anglo to .......:. '. ..,.. ..... s )3 of S:2 of ne X and sr, 4 2'J .*- ?J s '::; -: ..-;. ..' .
.. ... .! .....iw*of.w n .. .. ...... I 2 40 4 said railroad to above X mile ........ .... .......... s w L' ........ ..........: -I g 2, 100 50I.VT4ai.. ,' 1
.....:.1... .nof tot 11.. ...... 19 2 40 41 line thence due west along ..... ....' :.....' nwaunit w ,L i ofne.y ... ?y.g Si. .II" J1b0'' ,. t
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... .. .nX of lot 10.... .. 1 647 ld line to place of beginning 21 C 12 1P 7 57 .sXofswofnw:4.. .. SO "
........ .. nwH of ae M ... .... .... 20 2 4 1 49 J'raDlc Rawlins....................2 acres traction of block s oC r .. ..... .. ............ ..nw.ofaw.i. S. ... .. 23 *** 409J '. ,8M ; :..
k:1i. Oskoiirwa.. ... .... ... nwx of ne* ....?..:.... .... 2 5.r' 2 4 230 J .: .', -.. ... 2ecommenciugt"nwcorner ........ ........... n.'i ot" w Jtf or'u -i.I 1t:1 W '400'- r
VDkaewL'- ............. ..Lot 4. ..I.. ....... ...... 8 I 2 H '. of block and running 210 .... ... .. ........,....... nw", of n wnofhe }4..S!: .' ',
., ... ... ....... .Lot 6... .... ... ... : 3 :2 8 :3 feet to land deeded to 11 Jones ......... .............. }I ot 00. .. ... 28 isS S iS131V-- F. .
d V.t. ..... ... .... ..one lot In town of LeButer thooee easterly along line of .......................seofnoa....... ... .. 30 40 ; vV: .'
tJ. .': indwcribed loUowa Lt' Jones land 330 feet th1nca TBSmith... ....... .. ..Iot.lofae '....;. ..; W =2' 1a 2U':.... ,: ';. ," .
Bald lot lyig X lotS 2C9 northerly along public ad21J T B Smith... .......... lot 1 of IS. y4 ..............,34 8 YY 24 .: 3? ....,' ':. 74
{ r twns'pl range 20 feet to line between blocks ................ .. .. lot 7 and 16 acres on rest side d'_' .
.i' .............4 Ito sidee 1 and 2 thence westerly along I of lot 6............... ,3C A OlJ: lg 'till ':.". T'r
KI Em. t. : :!1 of Epperson'street 210 feet e said line 330 feet to place of Ella I.mbdin.. ............ lot 3..... .. .....h 1* 9 24 J 48 JT 1*. .:. '
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of west line ofsoutnestUofBouthest 21 C 22 2 5 OC Ella Lainbdia ........ ... .. part.of lot 1 on'norm h side of. .
3 M and l'nr Emma Dd1. ...:......._....,........ S W 1t of block 6 s of I'3 west inn : ., Melruse Bay ...: ... ... 13 9 23. S ,4K. .. oj. J
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A Christian church 420 feet parallel sub d 1visioo....... .... 21 /I x' 31M J_ C_ BYRD .' .
with the original survey feet wide on s side or n ail and .-.- :1

fc thence east 4 tet thence 110 feet wide on n side ot a Ji Tax Collector.Bradford., County. Florida.PROTECTION .. .. :'" '
,4 south 420 f west 4 1773il blk t R I'2 of Tempo's sub.di. i. : "1'r
feet to beginning.. ... .. 3 5. 4 48 vision ..?..... .. 21 6 22 2 3 -- ':.., .'
_;r f. .. .: ..,.. .: .. ...... .... Lot 69 In town'of Lake Buter. I 1 48 Rev WmShaw........: .. ..nwXotblL 'lsor2weadne .
( l: ... ....:!. ..=. .. .. neVlof b e T4. ........... SG 5 2 40 148 :: .5 5 Xof blk2sofr3w in nm. OF IRCr4 CC.iJtV.nrks ---piDi >at4.. .t .

.t lJd ,........ ,... ....neJfdfseXBe ...... ..... 8 I 2 40 474 pie's sub-d vi8i0n.......... 21 Gt 5 13. 55e. -
!:, r ":: of no *. ............ 4 148 ....................... J ofblk2sofr3einsw4 tlan.l On. Sneraasfn': The Boston Jonmalr'giVe8'. yarioca
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SOasHimardO ....... ...w...sei'ofne. ..,.... '...... 17 5 21 4 .) .. of n \V .I 10 Temple's sub-a1. rnt theories as to the meaning of tha wordudingbnts.

'. crr.Thomas-. .... .. ... sa ..otne .u." .. .... ..... 18 5 21 4 .n 8 vision........... ...;. ... 22. g i2 L 1 9i \Vih'i'.niri. MJCScrao One writer 'spent hO
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.. >...... ....f... .. ....seUofse V.hi .. ... 2 I 4 acre lot of land lying across esncriiiits recently C%' i hp ; o
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';: Vatrta8a.?.. Li..t.:;.. .:. ....6e ofDe,...: :.:.:: S 21 4 149 east end of n )1. of s e x of s vyvru" r. boyhood in Maine. thinks it meana'tqppank '
1 wr. .....!...w:.:.neofBwX. ....: .:::::: 81 5 21 4 wyofaw1(.... ....... 'jth Iiul.-i2j.j? m.Ip'i:111'.i'.irnI'! : .' '.
: .. ....::.... ....aofnwXofnwj.... .. 8 5 21 2 I0f Unknown. ... .......... eX ot D 0 X......:. ... 25 6 22 fD :10 Virt tls> .tfCt-ii i.f iaJ i-- because his mother \vhea gtttlnjf .
r" ......_. .......... a X OfD'x... .. .... 8 5 21 4 1 49 u .....u..... .. ... W X of D e %.............. 225 6 22 4lJ 230 on pTl. ready to use the 'sliPPer threaterwdto : 11'\
i -, ,...: .... ......_._..ne'XofnwH 3 I 21 4 .......... .......eJiofnw F... ... .... :5 t 22 80 230 Ire hv' ":\ :::;;{ it \\l\i! ":1I'k I A \\'r"I- .
\ .1tldirald UcBu ...:.t..:.... ,- 5 acres in northwest corner'ot s .. ................ w Yi of D W i......... .. t5 6 22 0 280 ten Cd;' Fii7Z fret i.ii.i,'' an'l 1,1-: put the "dingbats" on him. From Wiltarham \
",'i'- .;:'r oe ) .. 3 5 21 5 3 ......... ...:.. e X of RW Ji ...... .... ..... 25 6 22 80 2.31) academy comes the eplaUatithat .
:r'J ..... ....... I.!.......,.elohotlorne4ofne X :. 8 5 21 40 2 w ............,. W i of s w }j... ..... ... 25 8 2 bO 230 -0 cltutr/t: / Cl1lHif) -.::',-1 t.y\ ;:tlflj L'u it means ? ,:
...... 5 21 75 .............. the breakfast biscuit, ,
.. ...XofDw yj. .... ... :1 8 e Ji of s e 34.-... tS u t:0 230 to ts ed 'hi! W::< s;'* in i< rrrj
1. x..... .. .... .... n w X of nwX... .... ... 2 5 no 4 :5 w ......... ....::.w X of se yj.......... ...... 2 S 6 II 23Q . tip I which the students dispose of.by sticking
i _. .. ." ....;. .middle 1of e 3-4 of n w X of 437.akaotrl. ).lraFN Adams............. 2 acres in n corner of SW !:\.r ('1I-t-u'J-CL'1 ct l.riclc. ::I i it to the under side pf table
the
;. 5 22 13. of8e ..... ...... 27 m .t. (1 !
neji-" : I 2 201 : ;.1 h;: '1 | I h.. J l-jv.-rs T .
", ,:. w....... ...al 8ote84ofnwX of no 1 J Scotton............. .. ow of sw except 10aCrf'R throwing it at the heads df other ate -
.. ., ".; ti-lldw4ofnWXofaeX...2/ 5 2 2 1 8 on east side....;...... '.. 27 G 30 982 'y..i', :1.t 3fas" .surrMOhiJt'-'l uv a1. -.> irili : dents or eating it. A Connecticut : '
7 R C Peter/.w ..... ... ....Bwtfofnw .. .. 5 Oenevl D L Andenon..... ... of of 23 ; pupil
J 2 2 4 561 w se X se34 of nej Ii 5 4 II'J -: :{ \ laid ij; I\:' ( ;:;? IIWI:::! 1
k JfgDQitoa __. .... .. .. ...2 5 2 8 Thomas Padgett.;.......... e Ji of se 4 except 2 acres... G 22 'I'J 2,09 states that to receive punishment at the '
.. .840fDwJor.W1. Heirs of C M MarYin......... -.sal ilul u'ot lit \j: I'-I r.)11111113 CII '
t Oust*** DroUhagra. : .Lt1S3and'blok8Intwn0 gK aces ID n w 34 of s w 4 and hands of the teacher is known'aa "ftt-: :
;, V >'. in n e cor ot a w H of 8 w X 28 82.1 9 4329 ':'al. t'.w i a1IIl: :;11 '"a 'j}.a .,f i.IJ "' f. 3
O DroUhagsn......... Business lot on corner of E D Richard.... .. ........ )' lot 90 feet north and south ting the dingbats. Two Philadelphians -' :
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1-y ili t .8ry 'H u u: t:11 :, ,
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; street and Le and lIS feet east and west agreed that it means aa ,
I t .. Lwty.. ........... 972 bounded north by land of 1. -: :should! H\.!: r,3 a say; of t money'
4 )ZliMbeth Uwty.Kathauel .:... .... CI town of Lawtey... 230 A Muter west by land of A I: .. in the"sentence, 'Tye! got thq i din>iDt> ] l
..... ..i..i....:..__... -neViof X of s e %.1. .. 24 5 2 10 757 Moran and on south and east 'l.r: r7tura a: OIlf'IL! for it" But :New Samphire 'mgrwa
Dunham;.. ...... B e U of B e X and a w X of De. by Pine street in town of V annas rialald; of ejoap.oc.nrroj a*: .,,
L -* VofseBwWofnw* .-. ... ....:.... 24 5 2 5 23 Starke ..... ... .. 3d I \ with Maine thai it :meana spanking
-i .".__. ... .... ...... *............... 2 6 1 E William WlljtUs..... ... .... 105 feet square In a ecomer of : .1 :It'r t.L1:1taiI;: \( ;1\ also {1.1 U.C''tS iu sue and so the majority appear?to sida with '
a'.. ,_. ; .. ... .... .wXofawM.BXofnw : 2 5 2 80 280 Madison and Orange streets HI'Ul"y'nl.lll! l h..uoI Ii m;." '1 tHC-o
lAHo0an1."".."""",._ :::::::.::..:::::::: 6 H Belt bounded on east by Orange I Uv.-n !!I'll.: with !=Mc lr.votx. the maternal slipper. It is from ucli. !

J W G...,..:........,.. s w X of n 1*"..... .......... 2 6 18 4 1 4$ street on ,south by Madison rvas :*!. #.! "little acorns" that the. tail.tree of our. :
.' ... ............. UW3"1 of nel ............. ... 5 G IS 4 16S street In 0 e y4 of Ii e }4 sec I :'liicd. ";at li;!Ii'..!,l. ail ,!.) dues i:. almost language
.......... .. .... .Iol and 10 In Providence 2 29 twp II r 2'4 In Starke..e 9 L'7 .c.-'inte.'y \;:..I...:..'... .. V'iiU sinks of ..::.., (cosmopolitan haa j t. ;.
t..,N ..N..u.... ... commencing at n e"u dra S 0 Sanders .. .... .... 2)1 lots know as Sanders tats ; i grown. Wo go t\lbzanl' from thq '
.c ) rwest
," ,. ... .cre n w'X of n w sec IQ towi' of Htarte. .. ...... 4 36 I .r lit't1:3ri4 i : ; Afttir: 'thi: flrt: hul l Lnku:. "
1 ..... "krklnx"frciith.esontb ,
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to 2 Jot In .
running w a acre sV cor ou w nt' lio Illlor \\"nt liukt-n 1:1 iuv.1 t:
to starting 'point thence lie X ofswy4...... .... .. 23 6 ::. 2IJ 1 ; from tlic: uinbitious \ticft, **crankf
chains 5Q links thence s 6 chns J R and S X Wells... ... ...... lacrelpse. of s e.'f .. :q C"L I tit :rain of WRT T nsryul 1 ma tat) rtJ;' from the nttilitJI h "'
86 links bad 4 W II young.. ............ a e X of n..w ......... 1m Ii 40 ;O 57 f.il! a 14 /Lnl'''' 'ts'ttir frtl.-! inl'. Au tic: : every par$ ..
and 80 links tenc cha James Johnson......... ..8Xofs K ofnwX.ofnw 3. 31' 62't 10 53 : o| rhw! ._ {'( ,Htrr.; 'i rs 'rat:" from Italy. i
chns 72 links to starting 5 G 18 7 4 Hob; Payne.;............... 2 acres commencing 105 yardS t .'.::tmr.asinn of tliu r ".:a M'tt sow !!' :bdtza';' froit J .

JL.. 'e. ... ..........2 ar n n e corner of n e pint '. 2 east of s w car of 0 e 14 of uif tae v.'alis! of Isl'-k. !Jai. {'iu' l0 tl;::..: RllMyiys Iiggbata' 14a'C 1u
i., .. section 6 (except 66 n w X.and running north UO ;. ',; ty I 13 u i r-ttI.\; lo.lmt'na
s let .
r rue g'n and B and e and win thence Mat 70yprds thence tI.Ii1. l'I't'Ii.i' I :!:f'r :.rt't'. :). ..iIII.it ,--

R n w nor) also S acres i n wcorolneXofneX south 140 'anls and thence ).: of the iiUf-nil >tl'IH cc'.t ij: ih.iu'.iiLor 1

a Or"eatb....... .... ..,.... J ... 6'. 6 18 : 393 West beginning 1'0 yards.. ...to.place... .of.. 52 6 2 65$ lil !,tn I!, .>::.tvoil! 'ih cc! LirpMAS Bros.ABERPEZJT.'O.MESSRS 'av innall Ga.. .'

.". ": .Xof.eMad"eJtof8wH A }ole .ADdrewll ..... ......... .. 2 acres beginning at se cor of .;:gad! iK-fi lined! p.1.t'wirn/ plasit-i/ >. -, : 1

i' ...... .J... ... 9 6 18 137 944 t '. w)1 of.o w. or 8 IS 34 see f nut DEAR Snu-I bought a ttolde.of Toll; 1
I JA>fT I Btt&t < >. .. 10 6 IH'40 23 and running north f4Oyds yaris 11.lrlly,1h M.-rra oota.irjj '
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JWP ;. ........n e'J '* ... .......... 13 6 1! 4 14t West ,0 yds south to .ds :i.'. Jfh: Wt.J'c I.m. ;ul. 'Cll'im'l': P. P. P. at Hot Srrtnls.rl.., and l I" 4.?, ,

.x.1J t..h....... n e X and w X of n w and east 'iO yards to place of S) aiuuj'il tho irwi pillars! w ..s sll} Las done me moro good than threemonths' .
% V ofnw *.... 14 6 18 beginning t' also commencing '
.ad 16 43 ..
'i I .V ann':R:"".''. ...... wX De X of seV ..... 14 ft 18 140 yards n of s IS car of w 'ff.uilij's tl'.iii. liiCiy;fj :':':.r4 ttf tht- treatment at the liot Sparing : ; (

d at'! ......eXofn 6 H ri> ex.. .. 15 6 18 2 1 O 4ofn" 34efaeX lee 3\1 'ick\\c-'k r fUprx-'t yzso! 1(1 cr ;u. Have you no agents In this part of the '
'T.t3nbtm .... ....... n w X of a w Jl antlfai'X .. e and running thence north 27 country, or let me know. how much it .
ofsw #.:.. ........ 17 6 18 & 2 feet thence West 3J yards .::d I the lira risy '.IJ"1: ::;';;?.:1t .
will .
ikaewD:.. ...... .... .. 17 6 18 3 thence south 27 feet thence '. cost to gel three o; 4ix bottles from ,.- : !
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C. .. \.. : .: ..... ::.::. .:::: 18 6 10 east 85 yards to place Of be t your.cily Ly express. < 4' ',
.I' '...Ab *"'M"...'""...... .. I w % }4...........: r 6 ISH 40 1 :g g'J"u ginning ............. S.I 6 22 2 7 .9UnJnown. \ '.!:u ecsinir, )hOtVBVir] ':, th'.i jiillur! \vvs Respectfully yours. .'_. 1
Jebaaoa ". ... ,.. ..n 0 fofne .. ...... ... 2 6 18 80 10 14 ........... ... ...8 e % or n w. ..... .. 52 6 g2 4U i 49 'omul tn J:? : o.'t''i tli: xniti.'y JAS. M NK r F 14
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.. ..:....fie# 6 18 40 657, Charles Dorsett. ........,.... e X of. 8 e ............ s.t 6 21 HO 3' \ ; .
? __ w...... .......se ot.e1.:2. ..:... :. 18 4 312 R B Mallice. .... .......... lot 8 ot 1IAlli ice sub-division of ')IUJ.C o '"l'lrclu'd.I f.tlitrt :lli.to: ,lug .\bcrrteen.llrowD County Ohio.. ,' .t. .

: .p_.." ..e..w r of a e % ....... ....2 611 4 1'1" a w }, of n w 4. ... .... 34 6. 2! 5 G 01 :: si'owfcl a ttjRrateoof:| 14, tie- -.
' w- ,..... .. ... ......nwjiofae.......... .. Mrs C J Armstrong......... a.' of D w 14 an n l ot w.lt 3. 6 24 ICO 4 51 r No Doubt About It. '0) t
.r......... ....n X Ol I n w Jf.. ..... 21 6 19 Unknown ....t.......... s e J off 0 I. ... .... 35 8.tl 010 1 49 ;:c':s F -.A :..l'1lt .
,JWKoraa.. :.. ... .....e X of .e and se J4 of ne Fallen Bros....;.. ....... W X or D e y4 of n w H..... 36 6 2'.1 20 lOt .-. ---- "Do.you play by note?" inquired one
sl t ; : 4.. .1 .,........ 24 6 19 120 Unknown....... .......... e J of aw :... ..... ... j G 2'J ?o 2 SOu of the residents of lilaeville of (; '
U kMwo... .. ...' .... w .! !...... 24 6 19 80 109 ........ ....... .... wXofaw }........... &i 6 2J Ij 230 Tho Discovery Saved His Life. ; summer
% .;.. ... ..:,,., i.........:...ne V .r. e J. of nw V...... 6 240 43. 3 .. ....... ..;. ........ e X of s t ..... ....,. ::ld 6 23 '0 2 30 the violinist of the "Berry Corners' orchestra }
'B Colson.'.. ,.;,.;.., s ., : 6 2 174 4 ...... ...... w X of ae {. .......... 36 6 2.1 80 230 Mr. G. Caillouette druggist. Beavers- which bad been discoursing .
Jlaanr... .: --.;... ..n"oflt6altd8adlot7......... 6 2 20 1 r Geo"W Willie::.. ..... .... n e X of D W 3j:: ...... 3 7 19 40 Ii n ville. III. "To Dr. King's New ? wear
*$ ". ''.. swVoneV. .... .. 9 6 2 4 1 J R Iialbrook............. n w of s e.\ ........ 10 7 19 40 313 says: piercing strain?. at a lawn party. .. i
,., "..':::. ..';'....'.. KWUr.fnwL .. ...u.. .. ....10 6 2 4 149 Il C Parker. .. : .. ... ef y4 n w.l .. .....11 7 19 I Jg1 Discovery I owe my life. Was taken "Nivver a note do Oi play by, sorr."
lW.o.. .. .. .... *X.of lot 6....... ... ... 19 6 2 4 TRHat.t.oo....... ...... 0 w X. of a e X and e.X of nw ,. t
.. ;. ...., lo 1. block 24, Town of New 3 of n e J ..._.... .. 4 7 20 60 35-1 with La Grippe and fried all tho physi- replied Mr. Flaherty mopping his heated t
Rvr....I.. ..... 19 E f Anderson..... ........ e w y4 of n w y4 and nw yj of ciaus for miles about, but of no avail and brow with a haudkerchlcf of sanguinary -. .1
VntoW rr ........ 0 /i Of.18 \4.*...... ..: 3 6 60 ,.) 9 S1' .. .... ...... .. Ii 720 80 490 was given nod told I could not live .
:. ..",.... .. ..._... .... 6 2 80 2 8 J 11 Johns......... ....... n J otlot e.. ......... II 7 20 40 :311 up hue. T" a
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,. .... ....'........1"; ofDe. .... ..... ... 14 g 6 :2 M 130 J U Johns...... .. ...... n Ji of lot 6..... .... .. 7 1 20 .W 3 IIi Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my "Ah by ear, then?" said. 'the sum ;:
\?,. ...,;.. :...w...wX ofsev. ... 6 230 W McLeWLI ....... .... lot 1 and ei oC lot :... .... 7 'j :'I 1O' 131J store 1 sent for a bottle and began its use .
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I .m OJII-... .... nX of neJi of uej. .

G nwXbf Jetf andnwM .; 1 6 21 200 516 ee X ..:...... ..'i: 1.20 80 'i SO interest. f [ .
; > .. ... Sat Galn"1................ ...... ter. and after usinff three bottles was up j.
.0 N .w. ... ,# of % of aeX and -neX of ne 34 of n w 4 :0 7 2\J \0 1.4J. Y
( ..r I W .... ... and about it ia .worth its wait in 'Nivrer an ear hilps njCi ycr honor. '
1 \ neX... '..... ... .. 1 6 21 60 2 Joseph Henry S s X ot De j and s ei of n again; f
+ IV.ta.. ........... .eS'ofnwV..... .. 5 6 2 230 : W J& and n w X of II e. and gold. We won't keep store or house witbi responded Mr.' Flaherty; ;turning y; S
5 ; .. ... .. .. wjf of .. ... ti 6 g D e Jt of s W J.... .. :2 7 21) 200 gU7 '
.. .. .j. it. Get free trial the ;
< a. ... 28 >ut a at drug store handkerchief to his
J O' .... 'Wm ...... ........ capaciouspocket-
s .. ........nr4otseX. .... s 6 21 40 Thigpen D X of a e X 'and seX of n <..
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' .. ..ftf.....-M........... i l( o1 DWL... ............... 7 6 21 K) 4.e .. e J less 5 acres........ 23 720 113 807 of the. Starke Drug Cd., and John A. "Indeed! May I ask how y u---\That; ,. '
..,.. ..-, .... .. e ,.of of e W X.. ... ... ..... 7 6 21 80 28 8 Mitchell 11111.. ..... ... ....IS acres off north end of II e King of Lake Butler 2 do play by then?" persisted thg in
O.......... .. W .I.rBWMBjiofsKoflotl. .. 6 J of ae 34... ...... t4 1 20 15 2 70 you -.' ,
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t} ,j.. ... .. ,. .. '", ... ...... 13 6 S 149 ....... .... ... ........eWXof-ney :..:. ....24 7 :0 010 49'' PB;. Eo quirer. .
a Tire
O. ; ; y.aad8vwe..........nwUofswfc'wUofofneJf..... .... 15 6SO 21 4 2 1 49 Wallace. Mills.. ..: ..' ........ beginning ataitake on section t'By mill atrin'th bo jobbers," adv -
'.. : .r. w ... ... ... .... 0 21 148 and twp line 60 chains west Most people imagine that pneuiaatio '..
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H D.t._..._._... ...........::..... neifofnwV.; .. ..... 21 6 .21 4 4 1 49 of n e cor 'of sec 23 thence tires novelties of recent invention Mr. Flaherty, with n weary air as h& s
: .1_ ..'... .. ..nm" ...... .. 24 6 21 313 west ID chains south 60 chns are his ancient instruoJeut into 1teti '
.: ... ,..;.. otee .. 4 east ID chains aDd and used plunged .
21 thence
., ...'d.. ... .. ) L.... 3 1 8 yet they were actually on English wnrik a '
.I r y.-- .....'. .. .. w. of 0 W ,........ .... 29 6 6 north 60 chains to place of roads 50 We read green bag. "An it's moigbty dry .
M', r *j-i .............. .. ae of BW,X .. 2 G : 4 149 beginI Dg......... ..... Z 720 1O 1131 nearly years ago. that's thr th corr.t1 outh'8 Cam .' fan
.<. aBOauntnp. ..: ..... ..n w if ofs w X.less 10 acres... ... 2 6 2 set WmTh1Jr a....... ....,.neJtof.wJt... .. .. l7 7 ro 40' 1111 that "at the Bath and west of England ,\
""1 .: "\ 'r 4 ....*:..? ..:, t-. ...? .. 33. S4, 85, and s X of 3 L B PeckJi: of n w yj ...... ... .. 27' 7 to bO J 30 uaciex I.
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'I; e 8. '. blot S3 and 3 of block 31 Wm Thigpen:.......... .. n w Jt of s e y4.......... :7 7) 40, 149 agricultural. show I held'at Gnilford a l f w

,... except lots 12. 13. U and 15 ofneMofswW R O Brooks............ 0 wl of R W .ti .......... 21 'I'Oj 010 149 cbr.plo of carriago wheels \vero shown Mr. A. A. Snyder. Supl.:: 1'noraFaf m : t
1w of Cummings Theodore CUdgel1...; ....;1 W Jt of II e X.......... .... z 7 :0 40 11\1. fitted with Those ; r
; A P Smith... .............. pneumatic tires. weonado :'
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3 4 bub-dlyialon in Green II W ;tot n e Jt and n w. J..i of Winneshtik rounty. ." raysj-. f
.. Asbr a 8 :i and 10 south by May & Jacobs for the Duke of .
about se acres on
; ( 15acres) .... 2 15 348 .
'I I' .:. side of 8 e y4 of II C ..... 'S 'i 21 00 12 73 Northumberland 47 but the winter Mr. Robert'Le ch usel. two bout, : 'x;

. C.. ... .. ....... .. iX acres beginning at a point A P Smith................ nv t of n w X.........._. 9 7 2t 40 479 years ago DeWiU's WitcU Iljizet SVB un.d. cured .
?,, ,JV : ..r.. .on LoontY & Seal,... ......... s e J..t and 7 acres in s e 3. ofneX Carriage proving too heavy for the horse a. 1' *

. of LtUeayenueWfetoorb avenue ............. .. 10 7 21 Ie 2' &1 they were disused. The tires were con large runcjpg; sure on his'l leg. Had been. y
h t' nine east 400 feet thence south Mrs O Deaver.... ... ...... s w M or a e 1i ..... ..... 11 'j 21 411 149 > ro"r 1?
:. 1 553 feet thence west 400 feet ....... .... .....neYotsw }}'. ... .. .. J3 7 21 40 511-i Iructed ou almost exactly the same under care of physician ., rrtniubs"wi\b. -
'J. thence north 555 .............:...... noXofneX ............ 32 7 IH 40 230 principle as those in use on cycles todayan out obtaining rdi rf. Sure cure for Piles. II. 1.
of .beginnnlng In Cummings Unknwn .. ..... ....... n" of n w X of D w }- .. .... 3 71 211 1 Llr ... .
.. .......... .. ... inner air chamber with ( .
\1 ub-dlririoB Asbury Green.: 2 6 4 429 .wllofne 14 ofswy4... 3i 7 21 21) 106 stronger Starke Druj ;0. '
.to .... ..;.. ,... 1-5 in # of a w of n t. a f ......::.......... .. c
i H.. X n Cummings e W X Ot n e X. .. ... '". 36 7 2t .1\1 14J i
'I Green. .ub-ivo. 2 6 178 .. .. ........ ...eXofney4.... ...... ... 2 IiII 230 were repaired by the same means. as now Adeiljavtn&4; ;
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,i I.DOD.I11QAu a }_ of s w.v.'ot. 2 .. .. .......... ..... wXofne ....... ...... 2 is 80' 2311 adopted. "Ilardwara Tho Lady. Shopper\7hat Pay $S ,!
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J .; I .eilofnw J ......... 2 7 2JO : 30 t .
1;, ", t w"lnO n BUulyl.E ....- 0. 6 3 2 05 .. ....... ..... ... J......... ... 2 'Z 22 40 149 for a lamp like that? It's outrageous:: 1
f4'. L...... .. lot 0 I Abu Grn 2 ..... ......... ... seew14k'poffssW Jt ........... 2 7 22 oil 14Q 'While down !in thb southwestern put and I won't pay it. .' .1-
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,. (Cummings e X of s e }4..1 .. .:. 2 7 2'l WI 2JO '
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.4; < .Z> A-buryGreen .ubirioo. ......2 0 1 78 ....... ........... W X of 8 e ....... I N 230 of the stale some time ngo." says Mr. W. The Astute Sa1esman..lyo t et,4
lsa.B Nww......lo5. u. 2 : .. ..... ............... e Ji or 8 IS 3. .. ..... 3 7 rl f 230 madam, that the price has been reducedi.
"b .t8lneJotaw1' ..... Chalmers editor of the Cbio: (Cal.) Enterprise .
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in ... w X ot II e 4. ......... 3 7 :' 8') 230
Yates Green abdvlon.....i ? 6 1 S. .... ........... .. n W j of n W !;.. .. .... 4 72"2 49 14tKNUoll : "I hud an attack of dyscntrry. to $4.99. r .
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.c .. x.:.:'.... ..... I Abu, td { lock. 32 In n.e ; ............. a w X of.e }4 ...... .. 4 40 149 The Lady Shopper (reaching for her ,1
of Jr .6. J Having heard of ,
M s w In Cummings sub all that part of w 3 ot w .4 ClmmCtlLII' Colic
Ob well tb+ity. I'll take. t :
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J.\ dIyis100111 Asbury G 2 I 2 3 ot s IS J and of II ei of s I Diarrhoea Ifcmcdy I purse very ,
Cholera and
Ixmghta
i IleO ... .... ..lots 14 and 15 block 81 in ne X 4 w 14 ly1nJc south of Branch 5 7 22 42 11 37 it-Chicago Hecord. '. "
of a w X in Cummings sub Unknown .. ........ ....... eiofewtiofaw4. .::.5 7 0. 114 .. A coupe of doses of it com- : 'Ii'
i division In 2 tt 22S 195 Catherine Holley...... ..... I acre in D w'cor of 6 h of n :
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'. ,!, 'f'\ ... If.,. "... w. ; 'JI' on". the 81 tvbf December.L '_ the. President! :On ,His Return :to The. .Industrial Condition Reported. All ICmployea In the';.Mechanical De-, \.to berdanghter1nseteri t ,!! :.
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1 Ii "" ,jj., .".. 1." ":'r". Y.: : :The Wrcisea..t' the: Washington.on the Onelda.. ,Jbr the 'i'a Week.' 'pftrtrnentV000ut.: : ; must notlet Geofgei rem-..,. agaii.. V -
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k WELCOMED WITflATONS: OF opened withprayer., At the; conclusion .The president',has concluded.his vacation The'reports as,:to 'industrial: i conditions Promptly t 12'r'o'clock Tuesday long as Iie 6taje3 ..ulght'4Tihave : ;

'?; ; 4)* : \ '. of which: <. 'came' ,the mng ng; of so far as':.Gray'.Gables ,is.concerned all over the south for the weekending
jii JOtf- AND-. .GLADNESS.--'. ,"Columbia< ,"'..by":the):army
.10 .-, :" : ,,fully_2,000.strong.r .' :Friday afternoon on the steam ;yacht of the southern Jron markets hasbeen of the mechanical departments mamma, -we were. '" :wattheeclipsi. --
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masked together behind Oneida : the t/ofOoin.D: odoreBenedicL : : favorable the New Yotk World went ", "':' -
: They; were as gue strengthened by: re-: on a .
'Arri& tD. Atlanta' After'..Trt- : '-'
( i.I I .J the speakers on' the raised platform, Private Secretary Thurber ports from tests made southern low strike, causing consternatioa to the. I laW tc! ing the eclipse I 'What I

_ ;r- \ '-' ,nthpbat18outheru.Tour.tTb : ., and were in charge Professor B. 0. accompanied them.: Mrs Cleveland, grade basic iron making steeL' Adding m n gE'ment. x sense! .eclipse' occurred on', .T-: >

_, .. Davis.: :Master of Ceremonies Campbell1' the children and'other members of the another grad 'of'pig iron to the'( The strike appears to be sympathetic day. night." I i ;;t

: $ ,, tS of then announced they 'Would, sing family will, leave next Tuesday in a grades already in the market, will increase with the employes of George B. Read "I know, mamma,but George coufi, ..1i
!; southern tour '
:! triumphant "America." special car. The president's entire business at 'the' furnaces and'Dstain uh' baa charge of the Pnlitzer builtl.l not come that night. He hadtoiiE.:

'liberty ;Bell ended o'clock Atlanta, its after-destination Two thousand childish rroices V joined journey to Washington will be made on the iron manufacturers their Jg and hires the elevator men,'engineers -Pittsburg Chrouicle.A '

.t>2 Tuesday in singing the patriotic air. Gil- the Oneida before made business. Coal and electricians. The trouble 1 '
; train the great a trip never rfforta to enlarge the Nilrnt Appeal for IUl.. .
soon. As the: bearing pr its moro's band acoompanied the'singers, as the president generally sails only as mining is active and the demand is started several weeks ago, when several When your kidneys andhladdrj are' '

-'_eiotut treasure/rolled: into the city 'and the rendition of the soul-stirring I far as New York, where a train is takento fnlly equal to present supplies with no elevator conductors struck on account active t'-ey I\te'mn.klng'atlIent appVa t .1'

..cben'WU'heralded' by the boomingof piece,of music was inspiring to a de Washington. They will proceed sign of falling off in production or If a reduction in their salaries from help. Don't dirocard it.but with U<)'.tetty_
Stomach :
of bells the B'.t'ersfaitlyimpel
'- : cannons j'the:ringing The sweet voices of the 2,000 lei urely along the sound and Lumber doin 812 to $10 a week. Tho trouble was ttvprnrnactivirtj
and ovation gree. may prices. operators are ;{ They a e >n ifnmlate danger;and It-foiJj
blowing, whistles an enthusiastic children, just from their possibly] stop and fish, if the weatheris a good business. Railroad orders are Apparently settled at the time, but' hardines tosl.ut on,',. eys 10 tbetai.
citizens which a fitting wi.ia time. too. if : experience _
from loyal was' studies, rang loud and clear across the favorable.In coming in quite freely and the expert HJnco then there has been growling festation of Jyspep-ia,yos ma'aria rheunwij .

climax to its grand southern. journey, 'open plaza, stirring the soul of everyman speaking of his vacation this demand grows larger from week to amoiigthe other employes of Head constipation c-r r.erve trouble. Tim I -
of demon before meat to
Z3l it
'Which'wu a.series patriotic and whose the said it had beena V succeeded in u aids; > ..
woman ears they year president week. nntI they enlisting the ;";,

strations.. reached. most enjoyable one. The weatherfor General business is active and prices sympathy cf the members of Bir Six The evil dreads nothing. so much as tl: t

si'1' :The patriotism of people accorded was the ex- When the song was finished Mayor the most part has been exceedingly ire firm. Reports as to the condition and other labor organizations represented and patience., .V qJ' >
the :
pressed in reception King.welcomed Mayor Warwick, the pleasant and fishing in both fresh and ,)f the cotton crop /give no encouragement in the building. Dr.KIrier'sSwAMr.RooTcnraaR 1H

liberty.bell from and the it. was hearts a reception of southerners escort of the bell and the belL Mayor salt water was never better. There find the reports aa to its amount 1 hpnsrlneersaDd electricians in the PamphLet Kidney and nn-i.Consulutioa lUarlder-troubles/: / tn! *., ",
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that sprang and Warwick responded to the welcome of have been comparatively few callers ofa :add nothing to previous reports. Existing World building who belong to labor LaboratoryBthghamton..N.y: .'

: I the hearts of Georgians Mayor King in a glorious peroration.After political or office-seeking character high prices for cotton are partly I unions assert that non union men have --.oJ : _- ;}" .?
: the hearts of Atlantians. Every yell, There is A thousand timen more .
lift.ing Mayor Warwick's address the and the president has had owing to speculation! and are in fact been placed; at work with a view of' and love in the world than men imagine.?, <
omitterhow.discordant ._
: : every children again contributed to the delightful most of the time to himself. One caused by the certainty a short crop. taking their places. The strike was ---Wbh'Nnlli- .J .
oitheat- and bit of ; #
every applause exercises. Assisted by Gil- thing is certain and it was cor- Cotton planter arein no haste to mar I started shortly after 12 o'clock, when V
tribute
:: was intended and'revered as relic.a to more's band they sang the "Star robated by Private Secretary Thurber ket their crops. There is; a general tht, engineers and electricians, about Needs n. si3',nce it may bo best to I.fl1V

the honored and Spangled Banner." This was followed that is, that in no time in sea : belief that the market will not depreciate fifteen in number, left the building. promptly: .but one,h/uld rememberto1len-O:'

The innate spirit of patriotism by a medley of southern! airs- sons past has the president been called I materially during tho season. It was stated that non-union men were t.-
abroad .in the land the mo-t perfe only when
l ;freedom was "Dixie" and the "Suwanee River" by upon to attend to such a volume of Merchants report that there is less secured and hurriedly put in their rjmedies ede.i-.."
*!in"magnified quantity. The presence The bat and most simple!and gentle renied
;1V Gilmore's band. government matter as this year. The outstanding iml Madness among the places. When this fact became knownit )

of;a bell, that once inspired a After the music the children were president has enjoyed excellent health planters than i ii I ver been known. is said! compositors refused to the Syrup of.Figs V manufactured: .by V the- .%.#.'

:i i1atici3brought' about an 'inspiration dismifBed. They filed down past the this summer and he plainly shows it. Among impuri.tut new industries incorporated work until they were removed and they fornla Fig Syrnp Ci>. ,'i.:
and made .
:for the people of the present speakers and left the crowd going to In fact, he is fully rested and in the or established during the were followed shortly afterward by the < ,0\

I the.i spirit of of, the the occasion welcome one that which the all parts of the the exposition grounds.It best of health and spirits and in splendid week in the southern states are tho others. weeds.A man's_J patnrefrnns| eiLer to .herb- .::.

.f :" worthy was a happy group of 2,000, and condition to take up business affairs Tygert River Manufacturing The management at once made en- .. ; :
Company ta_
bell deserved. Evtry bell in thecity It l So : .I great
'. were gladlv given room to at Washington.An Woo.irnff den vors to settle the trou blf'r.ll abotl t Hln
out in unison and they pae of S. 0., capital $200,000, to 'fercorn ;wonder somnendutetb..
glad
I 1: "whistle rang after whistle into 110.ti'ity.and Governor Atkinson was the next Absurd Rumor.A build a cotton and woolen mill; a rope .1 o'clock the men returned to tempo- Get It and see. how nicely, takes theo1t. ,:s'-Jl

made the sprang welkin sound speaker. His effort was a happy one, rumor was current in several sections and twine mill at.Bennettsville, S. C.; rarily in order to enable 'I!he World How Is It with Yoaf-Do lUaatle '

-i- .-I' .and resound with the very varied and melodious especially his eloquent reference to of the country early Friday the Big' Stone Gap Iron to., chartered .to get out its morning edition. Your FOcI' ThoronjhljfA yu .&.7{.

noises' that heralded' the incoming Cuba and "Venezuela This reference I. morning that President Cleveland had at Lou.Bville, Ky.,capital $150,000, It was stated that the compositorsand little attention; lets matter fs wbUwar4ed. -

t i. sif ; of the belL was the signal! for a grand demon stra- been assassinated! and a flood of inquiries and the Texas Briquette and Coal Company other employes of The World did cut I if a.short Eatinsr.by n\any Ja:: "t for a th year.. sak Eat-to ef it,_luj.

That it is revered and loved by all tion. "Bravo! Bravo 1"shouted Mayor poured in upon the telegraph offices of San Antonio, Trxa, with a not strike but were forced to- quit Look weil tn lieeaiiou.). It jour Btomftofe ?IB
_r i Warwick his silk hat and the work of the fin and weak and unible tcj properly care for the food. .
waving 'account
the people of this land has been demonstrated at Buzzard's Bay in consequence. capital of $100,000. The Pioneer To- on men eatjn,the use of.TVner's DYIIP"Plla'Remed7'
i I I.V I. its tour great audience cheered and cheered. There was no foundation whatever for bacco Manuracturin Company capital engineers htopj-ing, which shut off tho will work wonders/benefit from the am
i by triumphant President Collier had the disadvantage the The all light and the poweroperatin the do e. A po-1 lye cure for every form of indl;,,;
is
ruwor. president was $50,000
reported
r A from Philadelphia to Atlanta. It ame .as incorporatedat ,.eatIon. Pri< e 50 cents; per bottle. For iala'
_ t through. a conquering hero. Everywhere of being the last on the program.He right at breakfast time and went fish Goldsboro N. C., the Lone Star Ice typesetting machines. nyalidruggisti.V '.'"rT.\<

I at every little station, it was followed all the speakers, but was ing about 9 o'clock ; nothing unusual Company, capital $50,000, at Austin! DeIL1flCU Cannot be C':Cured t :t

received with enthusiasm given given a splendid hearing. His fpeech had happened at Gray Gables and the Texas and the Winston-Salem Granite TRADE TOPICS. by loal: appi cations. &Ii they ran no trench the.'-
never
r di'ea. the .
received with enthusiasm
was by family characterized the report as too with the to -- *
I ,to king or conqnrer. Company, ame capital open war to core Dell.lnE'l'II and that is by conedtntional --
audience and was frequently cheered. Bradstreel's Review of Business for re.medie Deifnessis caused by
I When the bell reached Atlanta it absurd to be noticed. quarries near Winston, Va. Thereis aai
>*flanie When Mr. Collier finished Gilmore'sband i
also reported the the Past Week. .
was carried to the Air-Line shops and organization ih Eu-tachlan Tdbe. When this: tube nts Sj

.' 1 was retained in the possession of the struck up "Dixie" amid the PREACHER' GIBSON TESTIFIES. at Waco, Tt-xns, of the Improved Brad street's business review issued ioflam dyou havea.rnmbllng' ; sound orim-J'"
,
P-rfect hcarinsr.; ami when it entirely fc'o* 4
r nilroad until Wednesday morning. cheers of the great gathering. When --- Cotton Condenser Company, capital October 12th, says: "Cooler weather Deafness is the result,and unless! the Infiam.-'

Although the great demonstration in the music was finished Master of Ceremonies Ills Handwriting Compared :with thaton $30,000, and the Searcritt Gold Mining has stimulated a seasonable 'day for mat!. nan be taken out and thin tube re j3
stored to it-*normal condition hearing: will b :$,
I ( honor of the bell's arrival"did not occur Campbell dismissed the audience the Wrappar.In Company at Petersburg, Va., with staple dry goods, millinery and clothing destroyed forerrr; nine rase' out ten an.cause "

until the special train thanking them for their atten- the Durrant case at San Francisco $20,000 capital. and jobbers in these lines in all : "I bye tarrh. whichisnothtnuhutaaln-;, #)
Wednesday dArned condition of the mucous.rnrface& -.. ,
i l: bearing the ,bell and its distinguished tion and interest.. Friday, the Rev. John Gibson was There is also reported the establishing parts of the country feel the'improve : We will give One Hundred'Dollars for any/ ".l

c i') escort was grandly. received. When Over in the plaza the Atlanta. Artil- placed upon the stand and the defen-io of a foundry and machine shop at ment. Relatively the most gain has : case qf Deafness tl'aut'd! by catarrh)tbateaa-1:
4 not be cured by Hail's Catarrh Cure. Seml:
t the train reached the city limits it lery had two guns stationed, and as made its assault on him. Mr. Gibson Shelby N. C., of agricultural implement been made at the south where an improvement -I tor circulars.: fr'. ->;

was met by the mayor and council.the the audience was dismissed! the. guns was not very severely handled, but it works at Little Rock, Ark, and is reported in almost all F. JnCnESfT & Co,To1edo, ...,

i j exposition directors, many prominent j j commenced booming the salute to the was more than implied that it was the Dallas, Texas, of fertilizer works at lines. Interior merchants are placingmore crSold by Druzsists: T5c. ,

c i citizens and the Atlanta Artillery. A : belL Thirteen guns were fired as the minister's) lettering which was foundon Charleston, S. C., and of fl'-urinc liberal orders than for several V TIlE WEEKLY JOUKNAUV 1.:f

"- I salute of thirteen gun -.was fired. I I great audience s'owly dispersed., The the package of Blanche Lament's: mills at Winter Garden, Fla., and' years and larger distributing centers ', : Atlanta. GaIt ),

Children Kissed le BelL j bell had been received. It was Georgia's rings sent to her anut after the mur- Faith, N. 0. Glass works are to be report sales of goods to the cotton belt (contains nil the news of the world withal.
-- bright collection of miscellaneous sturiailnotesof .
4 f Tho.gates at nnion'depot did but for the time. der. The examination consisted of built at Fairmont W. Va., an ice factory and collections. therefrom exceptionally travel, etc., etc.. and will be sent to',J .

having Mr. Gibson i identify some, of at Rock Hill, S. C., and a'brown free. any iiddre-'ftfor flity cents year. The.Jure-.
little the crowds
to keep out. They .
nile Journal, right cbU.lren' fa
_ f found entrances at'various places and CAPT. ARMES IS FREE. his writing, among it the same names stone quarry is to be opened at Greensboro "The unfavorable features are foundin eluded with' a achi ipy of the Weekly paper.wil fD-t,

-- that were written on the paper in N. C. Cigarette machine work disappointment at the moderation extra ehan4. tend for fpecimen copy., A4.i*"-
the famous old bell A
was quickly surrounded. *
dress The JO'IJrna.Atlanta./ ,Ga.
'W't
G.nual8cholleld'a Denounced .
Several, children, held Action which the rings were wrapped, whichhe are to be established at Richmond, with which wheat is exported from ;

1 -by their- parents ikiesed! the revered up i i 1 by Judge Bradley. wrote for the defense at the pre Va, a tobacco granulating machine week to week, the reported weaknessin At The Offlee |'1\!::\

bell and happily patted its great brazen I'I A Washington special. says: Judge liminary examination. Mr. Gibson factory at Roanoke, Va.. and woodworking pig iron and steel billets, and' in .yon may.J'avo & sudden billoig attack br.j

sides-bardlyknowing what they were Bradley of the district supreme court was very cautious and di.l not go fur. plants at Little Rock Ark., the competition suffered by domestic j headachA our work.wiw II>n you it i*have impossible afX of for Ripans von t'l leaq'Tab-;)'V

doing or why but feeling as all ordered the discharge from custody of ther than to say that the pecimena Moss Point, Mia", Black Mountain, woolen manufacturers from abroad. ul"- in your desk A tabule taken at the flr$.<'

1 did, that electric thrill of present self-1 Captain George A. Armes who was arrested shown him looked like his writing. Tho N. C., Georgetown, S. C., Berkleyand "But an explanation of these conditions symptom will relievo you. f *;

.. satisfaction and national pride. on the order of Lieutenant Gen defense got several specimens of his Houston, Va. Car works with a indicates that if representationsof TJiore I$'I'lenmre and Profit

eral Schofield just prior to the latter's writing in evidence among them be- capital of $500,000 are reported as in the size of the wheat crop and of and Pftti-faction in avatinc ironble-"me-'aild,

Guarded' by Special Men. retirement from command of the army ing a slip of paptr with the address of contemplation at Macon, Ga. wheat stocks'carried over be accepted, patafulilla by. ushng rarker'sGtngerToni., .-; .,.-.

: Th old bell was on a platform car; for having written him an insulting Mrs. Noble, to whom the rings were Water works are to be built at Dublin average weekly exports from this FIT 'topverl free by Dit. KLISE'S flRE, ? :'jaNERTERESTORTJL
which had been especially built for it. Vofitsafterriradar's'''& *jj
: letter. sent. This was in printed letters, as Ga., Greenup and'Paducab., Ky. country, if kept up to the end of the .Marvelou'! *cnre". Treatieandt2.OOtthIboI.-
The bell stood in the while
'p center at I Judge Bradley scored the action of was the address on the package. At The enlargements for the week include crop will exhaust the amount of wheat tie free., Dft.\ "l1 l'.1I31 Arch St..Plii!*..1s. "
.4; each_corner of the car stood its guartl, the late of the characterizing i .
general 'the of the Mr.
Officers Robert Moffitt James A. I army, request proptcutioa the Knoxville, Tenn., electric available for shipment abroad. Mrs. Wins- ow's SoothinKSjrnpforchiMi.i .,'
,"a : i it as unlawful, tyrannical andcapricious. Gibson wrote a communication containing light company, which adds $30,000 to "The total number of business failures trethirv6oi"t -n"", the camsre :Robinson Harry Heteroth and Francis tion.allays ai i n.cures wind colic. "Zi.a bom-f$ -
& all tho figures and names its capital, and the San Antonio sewer throughout' the United States ,

,' W tphaL : These! men me reserve policemen In discharging Captain Armes, whose found in and on the package. The pipe works, of San Antonio, Texas, number 263 this week against 244 last I belevPIOV4 Care for Cor.sump ion!nvf4' J'o.'
p ,of Philadelphia, and they will my boy's ]>ff last summer.-AT*. ALUX
arrest and confinement General Scho-
manuscript on one of his: rermons wa week 238 in the week 406
f remain with the bell until it returns to whose capital is increased to $200,000. a year ago, 1:0UGLAtIS LdThy; ,.Micn ,o".20, '1).L :
; I field had ordered by virtue of his position also introduced. Tho resemblance between Tradesman (Chattanooga, Tenn.) two years ago and 191 in 1892. More;
the
F Quaker. City of If a fB Ir ted wi-h! Dr.I. Thomp- Jl
aao
: as acting secretary war, the chirography of the minister encouraging business features are loreeYe'4Ulfl (
.
The four ,nn'sEvp-w> ri>r.trtieKists el'I\t 2nr IopI..
most
,. great guards were \ Judge Bradley says: and that of the papers of the package TYPHOID AT THE CAPITAL. found in the continued advance in the .._ VT ;:fFall.

: .. lenient,and many slipped flower here The arrest and taking of Armes into was strong. price of cotton which, in turn, has put

and a ribbon there. The guardians custody, taking him away from his The defense places emphasis on this Twenty-Five Deaths from the Disease up prices of several varieties of cotton : :

ofthe bell have.come to feel an intense home to barracks and holding him in feature of its case. The prosecutionsays During the Past Week. goods and in the prospect for the
interest in the bell
personal nut-
. ..' aide I close arrest without any antecedent it will show that the similarity The health officer of Washington maintenance of these rates, which with
of that of
general feeling ownership 1 charge of crime preferred in way due to the murderer having imitated D. that freer
any was p., says an epidemio of typhoid movement of cotton at the south,
A and they were immensely pleased t I against him was and is unjust, unlaw- Mr. Gibson's writing. The fever exists inthat city and that are having a very favorable influenceon Medicine\
at the
.Th greeting.that had been
.- st given. .'fDl, arbitrary tyrannical and capri- specimens produced show that the unless sanitary precautions are observed business in that portion of the .
l __ Wednesday was a red letter day in cious on the part of General Schofield minister pens a round hand, the let. by the inhabitants generally'a eeri- country." Is fully as Important and as benettcla! as ',

the history' of the exposition. The old in whatever capacity he acted, whether ters of which are of the character ol ous condition of affairs will follow. Spring Medicine, for at this season there,is ?

-A c- bell of 76, the now silent messenger! acting as lieutenant-general or acting printing and with scarcely any indi Health officer Woodward estimate IN BEHALF OF CUBA. great danger to health In the vary ing'ton*, ,.'"

r of liberty and peace was placed in the secretary of war. The petitioner is viduality. that at least six hundred cases are under -- perature, coM.'torm.'I. malarial germs, prer
Pennsylvania building with fitting ex Sugestions of the Committee Appoint-
discharged. alence of fevers and other diseases. All
treatment in the
district
...' ercises. I The judge then went into the mat-|' BRYAN TO MAKE SPEECHES. ent. In the first four days of the at pres.past ad at Chicago. these may bf* avoided If the.blood la kept..; :

S Early Wednesday morning the car I I.ter at considerable length and said: week eleven deaths were reported and The following address has been sent pure, the digestion goodand. bodily health i'f', -

was brought into the city and stopped "No charge was preferred against Will Take Part In. a CongressionalFight he has no doubt that deaths out by the committee appointed at vigorous by taking .j
.at the Pryor street crossing where it I in Illinois. some reported mass meetings held in
'c Armes at the time of his arrest, no os due to kindred Chicago express -

, ; was delivered by the road to the joint crime has been charged since and for Hon. W. J. Bryan has accepted an really resulted from typhoid.complaints sympathy with the Cubans in Hood's

committee from the exposition and the j the offense charged no arrest was nec- invitation to make nine speeches in the For the week ended 27th their struggle for independence. .
September
city council. It was unloaded and I. jssary. The arrest and confinement congressional fight in the eighteenth there were deaths. New, "Appeal to the People of tho United .3?

vt placed on a carriage that transported was unlawful and oppressive. AH the Illinois district. He will support the York twenty-one States in Behalf of Cuba.-The com- '
city with times the Sarsaparilla
- 1'.I ;: it to its temporary resting place in the I offense charged would upon substan- candidacy of ex-Congressman Lane, lation of Washington seven popu- mittee appointed by the Chicago mass .1!
reported
,
only
rt Pennsylvania bnildin the democratic nominee who is meetings on September 20th which
x I tiation result only in reprimand, suspension run. seventeen typhoid deaths for the Tho Ono True Blood jrifler. ;
: At 10 o'clock the parade moved for or dismissal the possession of ning on a 16-to-l frea coinage plat period, and most of the cities of same the were held to express sympathy with : V __ VtlAlIl

ward up Wall street, into Peachtree ; the body of the accused was not necessary form. The contest is of national size of the Cubuns earnestly appeal to their 'S P.-'Is core all liver ilb,b9IOUS.. .
Washington not ..
and then out'to the reported more uuuu ness,headaches. c. .
As
grounds. the because fellow citizens _
the
to carry out the charges, asi prominence, republican than throughout the union ..
two or three deaths if at alL
-A procession passed' the corner of Wall i would have been the case if imprison platform is flatly against free coinage.The The epidemic is attributed, any to the to call similar meetings not later Increase Your I Income LaTPJlrofttsmadioU.aJ JustmruIP. Dd foro:: :4

, '? and Peachtre! it was saluted by Mayor ment or death were involved. district went. republican last fall low than October 31st, and wherever Iree book.\;umt.cc.ktugbes&Co.55BrodwS1.L.: : .
of the
water in fhe Potomac
.4 King and Mayor Warwick, of Phila I In speaking of the president's power? by 3,000, and if the democrats win river stage, which constitutes the practicable to be held o'n that -

delphia. Then the carriages fell into this the siLver will claim city's sup day in order that the movement The nedJca
I in army matter, the judge said: year men a ply, and the use of well water in fam- may Greatest Discovery
line '
i and brought up the parade. triumph. derive the benefit of such
great simultaneous
"The
I president of the United Statesis ilies. .The disease is an generally distributed of the Age.
School
i- children ly the thousands commander-in-chief of the officers action as adding to its impressiveness. '
flocked NEW STATE PROPOSED. in the best sections of the cityas .
- through gates and welcomed -I on the retired list of the army. This in the As in Chicago, so doubtless in other KENNEDY'SMedical

4-, V the belL Citizens saluted it, and I1 I function of the executive, however, is Wisconsin and -Minnesota May Give poorer quarters. cities generally a few citizens with 1

' distinguished state officials greeted unaccompanied by harrowing cares of the co-operation of the mayor can Discovery. :
the Up a Slice of Territory.In .!
: : symbol with cheers. .
Governorsdid 1 ; weighty responsibility. His title of accordance PETITION FOR PARDON readily inaugurate the movement and
with
J the bell honor and soldiers a resolution introduced
i
patted commander-in-chief, so far as it re- elsewhere as here, the promptitude \04

:fJ ,,' its it lovingly and shed a manly tear on 1 lates to retired officers, is eb.orn of all and by adopted Senator at the Mills last, of session Superior Being Circulated by the Convicted and enthusiasm of the response on the DONALD KEHNEDY OF ROIBURY MASS., .3
sides.Everywhere ;
..'t,. copper I power to impose duties and appearsto of Wisconsin legislature Governor Murderers of DInkins. part of the people will prove to be a |"

4. on the route the wildest be an empty name." Upham has James, Adispatch from Jackson, Miss., says: gratifying manifestation of the universal Has discovered In one of our common .?
appointed Bardon
eathuilasm was manifestecand the Friends pasture weeds a remedy.that cures every
r The judge advocate general's officeof bf Marsball,Cox and Coleman sympathy for the Cubans now
f. 4 .Pennsylvanians 'Who escort the bell the war department hos determinedto and John T. Murphy, of Superior, and the three young Vicksburgers who braving death to achieve their inde kind of Humor from the worst Scrofula & .

1l; : ay that never, on any of its other take from the el-Lieutenant Governor S. S. Fifield killed inkins down to a common pimple. :: V
an appeal decision of at Brandon,two months pendence.
has Afhland: a committee to confer withtbe He bastried it In over eleven hundred 1
dtf it been
trips, given such a This will and who take the
tion. Since recep- Judge Bradley. carry the Minnesota committee ago, pleaded guilty to mur- "May we liberty sug- eases,and never failed except in two 3eS t\-
the minute the bell crossed matter to the court of appeals of the the proposition to lorm concerning der and are now serving life sentencesin gesting to you that you call on your (both thunder humor). He has now la; .fl
the a new state
t-t Georgia line the enthusiasm District of Columbia. out of of the pen, are busily circulating petitions mayor and confer with him as to the his possession over two hundred certificates
f has been portions northern Wisconsinand
.
J unbounded. The demonstrations -- Minnesota for their pardon. It has come desirability of inaugurating a similar of its value, all within twenty miles ,1

i..g 1: 'at many of the places where DURANT ON TIlE STAND. with tha capital at Su- to the ears of Bishop Galloway that movement? A number of cities have of Boston. Send postal card for book. .{

{, .'. the bell stopped 'Ware unique and th, -- pcriorDuluth.INDIANAPOLIS. the petitioners are telling that he already done this, and it would seem A benefit is always experienced from the

(,., : official escort is 'more than pleased The Accused Tells the Story as Outlined would sign the petition for pardon, desirable to have all thus take part. first bottle,nnd a'perf ect cure Is warranted f ;;t,
with the trip. DEMOCRATIC.: when the right quantity is taken. J
By His Counsel. and the bishop, who is related to the Let us not say 'It is no affair of ours,' '
'causes
It
From the When the- lungs are affected : .
at the moment union that the bell appealed Theodore Durant. took the stand in The Entire Ticket Elected by 3,200to man murdered by this trio, publishesa for these men are engaging in the same shooting ..pains! like needles passing .i"

depot thousands his own behalf at San Francisco 4,000 Plurality. card in the Christian Leader which struggle as were the founders of this through them: ; the same with the Liver

,pressed close,to the wagon on which it1t'&I Wednesday. He told a story preciselyas In the municipal election at Indianapolis he says: republic." or Bowels.. This is caused by the ducts .

: placed, cheering and trying to I outlined by his counsel of accompanying the democratic ticket "The report is entirely unauthor being stopp.dand always disappears a .
chosen
touch the was
sacred .
relic. When the bell Blanche Lamont week ate it. Head the labeL :.
to the school ized. Its taking ,
by suggestion is humili- Want .
a plurality of from 3,200 to very a a Successor for Mahone.A .
reached the 4,000.
exposition grounds the on the morning she disappeared. In ation If the stomach.Is foul or bilious it will It-
t- police had to force a passage for it I the afternoon. Durant described his Two years ago the republicans carried their only equaled by my amazementat special from Richmond says: The cause squeamish feelings at that t'J( 'W,
haste
4 : :>through the assembled thousands. The movements, detailing his the tity by 3,100 and last year the unseemly in making a' Virginia republicans entirely at No change of diet ever necessary. Eat .
route and of the
procession. the grounds was a remarkable arrival at the church at 5 o'clock city went republican by 2,479 on the ice.travesty" administration of just sea as to what they will do about fill the best you can get,.and enough of it '."i

-: c one in many 'reepects. The I where he he set about state tIcket. The republicans attrib- ing the vacancy in the nationalandstate Dose, one4 tablespoonful in water at bed t .
says repairing ute their defeat to the time. Bold by all Druggists. V
line was moved promptly and no delays the electric light fixtures and enmity that the committee their party occasioned :
: was over late administration has aroused A HISTOBT will live, though writtenever the death Generd .
the by
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: ;'. od"1n 'T&;.:James B; Cobb, Remedial, Foods. ) of aH in Powerw- Latest U.S.Gov't
:.; > "T. H.' Os Highest teavtning Report
Aldrich
; ama; ; vs.; -
l .j ; -a.
I .Underwood;.''ninth Alabama Thia lilt' of, food remedies compiledby. f.r pn': f Rt
..:S ; L Binaker Finis R Downing,.
.The is well worth
Housekeeper con O
;
bSS P' : Illinois; "W..:H._Felton vs. eideration
; and preservation for refer- -
-. W. Maddox,' seventh. :Georgia D4.IBAkIftgLJ ,
;' i ence:. '
..) ,Deny, Jr., TS. 'William C. --O--- *- "- ?
Celery is invaluable as a food for .. -
.. ,'seventh Kentucky NJ T. Hop- those A 'List :Reliable'Atlaria'tiu& -5
Buffering from any form of rheumatism : of : ;.
1$ f .Doing*.:,of vs. Joseph M. Kendall, tenth, ; for diseases of the nerves and 'inest Houses' .where
jisitorf
H. Dudley Coleman va. ,:
: ;
lr":,t.)*.!l,. I". u ft, li 'F. Buck; second Louisiana; r nervous Lettuce dyspepsia.is useful -to those suffering :to the, 'Great 'ShowjW .'bt
$ Beattie Andrew Price third ABSOLUTELY '
&'# S&ti r vs. from,insomnia. PURE properly treated and'e9fipurthose ; i.

7-, -tion oftEe ; ;Alexis fifth Louisiana Benoit vs. William Charles I Water cress is a remedy for scurvy. goods,at lowest- price*} ,.

cash ; ;- ; Peanuts for indigestion ; they are especially A Good Law. ;t Economy.It -
: M. Rusk third
& vs. Harry ,
'save, $ recommended for corpulent is a duty to be economical. At
; Robert T. Horn vs. John diabetes. The New York law in to the w f
J 'ee Peanuts are made into a regard the of the from STILSON. & COrLI"S: f rr
great feeding 5,000 .
fifth Missouri! ; J. Murray wholesome maintenance of ,
and nutritious soup, are secrecy by telephone ?
cJsioB of bread, 'miraculously' furnished, the
Jas. K. Walter eighth New
vs.
; browned aud used ns coffee, are eaten employes as to messages passing over -
District Christ commanded that all the
fragments
; Timothy J.: Campbell vs. Harry relish the wires went into effect JEWELRY CO. :
baked September1st.
| as a simply or are prepared '
TolTing be saved. He was more careful .
Ninth New York B. A. !
; and It the ataft'of
served salted almonds. requires telephone
as
byi : than a servant who will throwaway 65'Whitehall st. At
George B. McClel- j many ni.Oa.r ;
** vs. I Salt to check bleeding at the lunge, companies to be as secretive regardingthe
JLX- ,meat s i title New York F. slices of good bread and many a in the '
twelfth. ; Henry and nervine nature of their business the Everything Jewelry and Sh1Tp
as a and tonic for weak, as are '
Pt+ vs. Fred A. Woodard, sec thin blooded invalids. Combined with operatives who handle telegraphic slatternly housekeeper who will let Lane at Factory PrieW". *. ,/.

'first'ten rth Carolina; Cyrus A. Thomp- I hot water is useful for certain forms of messages. A person who either bread mould, rather than take care of "
rr: 'aggregated I John C. Shaw, third North liver I obtains to 'ob it, although, 'the household providermay PHILLIPS&CflEWCOa7 '
I dyspepsia, complaint, etc. wrongfully or attempts : ;
be breaking his back and heart in
.penditures Charles H. Martin vs. Jas.
; Onions almost tain of
are the best nervine knowledge a telegraphic or
: any trying to ke p'the wolf from the door Peachtrt' ;'. "J1 '
415,331. sixth Carolina; George known. No connivance witha ; .Sorest. : z
medicine is telephonic
useful in by
r. be.reduced! William Elliott first so message but the Lord of all who could produce : STANDARD w
) vs. of clerk other s-
cases nervous prostration, and thereis operator, messenger or
the load: nth.- I Carolina Robert Moorman vs. bread by the ton with a prayer, saved 1it
; nothing else that will so quickly relieve employe of a telegraph or telephone Pianos and :Organs
all the is
The' 0. Latimer, third South Caro- and tone being such or pieces. Economy a duty, a '
up a wornont system. company, or, operator A
$ ; Joshua E. Wilson vs. John L. Onions useful other to very important duty; it should be SHEK-C 1JUSIC, j.j ', '
all
are in of coughs employe wilfully divulges
cases ,
the of : sixth South Carolina Thos. taught to all and be practiced by all' MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. .j: }
case ; colds and influenza; in consumption, anyone but the person for whom it was .
who shot vs. J. William Stokes, insomnia, hydrophobia, scurVtey, gravel intended the contents or the nature ofa -Womankind. : '

colored boy South Carolina; Jerome C. and kindred liver complaints. Eat- telegraphic or telephonic message in- $ 8ROS :. ; ;

a Miss Fl vs. Joseph Abbott, sixth Tex en every other day, they soon have a trusted to him for transmission or delivery __t

before the ; J. Bosentbal vs. Miles Crowley, clearing and whitening effect on the or of which contents he may is land 17 Whitehall Street'' .

; 'stood that' Texas; R. L. Thorpe vs. Will- complexion. in any way have become possessed, is ,* ATLANTA, QA.; ." i s

w befoi -p.! ; !L McKenny, fourth Virginia; Spinach is useful to those suffering punished by a fine of $1,000 or six Your Poor ;:: -ONE 'P8ICE-" ..', '-.

l', fore the W. Corbett vs. Claude A. ing with 'gravel.Asparagus months' imprisonment, or both. The OLO J. ...IRS.:. ..
.
I impression ; fifth Virginia; J. Hampton is used to induce perspi- same penalty attaches to neglect or Tired Tailors-Hatters and Furnishers: .
folIo ? vs. Peter J. Otey sixth Vir-
"3 'I ration. refusal to transmit or deliver messages .
r ". ; Jacob Yost vet Henry St. G. Carrots for eufferers from asthma. except when they are intended for ille- Husband. : '.. *

,0"00.; : tenth Virginia, and Hugh I Turnips for nervous disorders and gal purposes. Long distance telephone

tionil" vs. Lawrence Berry man, third for Ecurvy. lines are being so rapidly extendedand He has worked hard n

Chancellor Raw beef proves of great benefit to the substitution of the telephonic all week.

state dep A MOB'S FURY. persons suffering from consumption. for the telegraphic message that suchan Let him sleep late

try: As It is chopped fine, seasoned with salt, excellent protection as the New Sunday morning, 11'

haustible<, Assaults a Young Lady and Is and heated by placing it in a dish in York law provides should be univer- then treat him to a' ,

points out Lynched. hot water. It assimilates rapidly and sally provided. The telephone com- breakfastofBuckwheat' $

velopments : Maggie Henderson, aged 16 affords the best nourishment. panies would do wisely in promotingthe 78 WHITEHALL T. .- j

'day open' the pretty daughter of W. A. Eggs contain a large amount of adoption of such law in every ATLANTA.GA.- '

i' was outraged by a negro nutriment in a compact, quickly avail- state where their lines extend. f/eeICe' J j'I

application near Cole City, Ga., and was able form. Eggs, especially the yolksof '
be,p I unconscious and bleeding by a eggs, are useful jaundice. Beatenup Not Acqaalnted."I o TO AVOID THIS 'US_ i 4

The party by the side of the raw with sugar are used to clear suppose when yon marry the duke o N ; TETTERINE

President The convict confessed and a and strengthen the voice, With sugar you will go at once to his home in Eng S ,j Th OJft.-r' -paip few .n.I'haeml.sa tr 1
could be add lemon the beaten white of land If ctrax fee th.wont'w-of ComA IU f
NewYork ng not averted. juice with him? C I T.tUr. trorm.q17roqilpatola- ,

('ibles. hundred and fifty armed undis- egg is used to relieve hoarseness. "Dear me, no I wouldn't trust Cakes. R .Ground. on th.itch
men went to the stockade and Honey is wholesome, strengthening, myself away over there with man I pt. Pow<",,from tq 0I'puoaoir.to .
j
president him. The guards refused, cleansing, healing and nourishing. know so little about.-The Water- u C short,p or ALL sad ITCIUIIo'&0 J. '1'SiIuI.tlbapm.11III. d. :,aH
and mob covered Fresh ripe fruits excellent for .-G*.. tor on*bola it f-." O
them
was with Win- are bury. dn gut doot keep it.

family Resistance was useless, so the purifying the blood and toning up the n.__ ..__ You will find It at CH Aa 'l'.nu'.At1aata.. .. ;

at 54 '! gave him up. The mob took' .system. As specific remedies, orangesare : u; y

dined:with the place of the crime and shot highly recommended for rheuma- Timely Warning.The .
AROMATIC
an f left to death with fifty-two bullets. tism. BLACKBERRY y
half for quickly dispersed. great success of the chocolate preparations of EXTRACT,

qaor er"of, eye-witness of the lynching of A NEW LEASE OF LIFE.IN the house of Walter Baker & Co. .(establishedin : ,AND -- ,. ;, .

Oneida pa' Smith, to.says that when GOOD HEALTH AT SEVE TY- 1780)) has led to the placing on the market .:RHUBARBDysentery b. ;: '
down the was first taken the scene of THREE YEARS OF AGE. ;- H
Tho W. A. Henderuon, father of many misleading and unscrupulous imitationsof :.: -l'Oa-' ." ,

Naples girl, who headed the 111. Cornwall'* Wonderful Recovery! of their name, labels, and wrappers. Walter Flux, .

to a disp : cut off Smith's ears for souvenirs Health--Became Well In Two Baker & Co. the oldest and largest manu- :;..::. ilmt Alorhn;
Months Alter an Illnets or are ;1...Ie".. J>larrft.a
partment; him otherwise in a hor- Six Yeari. ... .
facturers xof and high-grade Cocoas and .AD- I
epmably fo manner, and then; while the ne pure '" t t
From the Register, New Haven, Conn. i .o_erC.mrIat.teiTry : .
cabled hands were held on a piece of Chocolates on this continent. No chemicals are ,
In this rapid age of ours when so many Itii" Price 25c;, EOc., $1.00.rFcr '
ceed to the irou, his fingers were smash in their manufactures. I
used ,
men and women are old at fifty, one who Sale by Drngzista: or.writ ;to ;. S
:
Syrian by joint, with a blacksmith's has lived three-quarters of a century, and : Consumers should ask for, and be sure that & Sto-cr-cxlX afemttla.: : f;
until the hands
of were a
shape
then, after debility and suffering, regains \IA UFAnTURIN a HAIOfAnST-
American & of flesh and bone. they get,the genuine Walter Baker & Co.'s goods. 102 Whitehall St., Corner Mitchell '
health and vigor, must be regarded with
a ATLANTA. GEORGIA. ...
of the and the :
screams
erty may )1f'J negro feeling akin to wonder. A New England WALTER BAKER & CO. Limited -:.-' e
-
perturbed; ,: of so much blood frenzied the ,
lady has 'been found who has had this re- SULLIVAN & A -
II,,y', Thai state' and they emptied their pistols markable experience.In DORCHESTER.- ,-MASS., -. CplCHTON'SAND 1 .
into Smith's 0 sW
Defiling body. the family Clarence Williams, a Cheshire 1! 1 1 ti t
troubles then threw. the remains VI i
on a farmer on the Meriden'road, Cheshire, P
'The heap, fired it and piled on fuel Ct.. lives Miss Cornelia Cornwall, a lady .: ",
'
The Is sent
' has ( all were consumed, even to the seventy-three years of age. For several ; Catalogue by SCHOOL OF ;SHORTHAND'. .'
1
"' bones. years Miss Cornwall's health has been de- mall'on receipt of 10 cents The best and cheapest BalnM jCoHec.in AID uioa.. .
assg } clining very rapidly: caused by a general de- In stamps or money. Time short: instruction tiro 'ourh. 4 Penmen. ''
add finds Henderson, when assaulted, bility. Her friends feared that the respected Big demand for gndoates. CotalogiM.tfte. I t >
pafd there' desperately, and had the left lady had not long to live; but a kind Provi !lnLIYA5"CRICIITO.T. ilt-r( BU .JktU.la.6h .

5700,000 finger bitten off at the second dence directed the aged lady, and in a news- Seasonable ,'III ..
advertisement Mies Cornwall read Bargainssounds
OO({, the pelvic bone cut horribly, about paper Dr. Williams Pink Pills-a few boxes For Slyle..Wear aIl d Cgmlort> ,J .. k,
check on fractured and one eye gouged of which she procured:: at once, and with the i, ,'" '
United, i She is still alive, but there is no result that is best told in her own words. ';! like overcoats or household goods, but this timo Vietit: : C, I.J :',

reserved: of recovery. A strong feeling "About, "my health six years commenced ago: ;' Miss to Cornwall fall. I suf began t 'tis Guns, Pistols, Revolvers, Bicycles, &c. 1 1t'

;claims of negroes generally prevpjls. fered ferent from loss of of appetite and pains in dif- 'i i Johnny gets his gun about this time of year, Bloo irlloe lit; j
: << tent of I Will ba Investigated. parts my body. My condition "
gradually grew worse until my limbs were and ,to know just what to get and WHERE TO
snip, but {: investigation is to- be made apparently unable to bear my weight, and I '
?whon'the' lynching by Principal Keeper, could no longer go up stairs without the assIstance .- GET IT, is why- the Lovell Arms Co. put out 14. T7VTli.ltebnJLl: Sf. f. L

original of the Georgia penitentiary "I consulted of some one.physicians who prescribedmedicines their New Mammoth Catalogue. It will tell you SAW .=: 'PORN' AND' ** .
MILLS ..
z contract who has 1.
wired his assist '
for my blood.: These I continuedto lots of things you knew before-lots that you I EED MILLS. ,
a Small : Jake Moore, to go at once to take for several months but without any Water Wheels and Hay Presses. .
'It'is make the investigation and effect. The sense of feeling in my lower didn't know. It's a sure money saver for a JEST IN THE MARKET. ', ..;'II;-
limbs seemed to be and I rloarh Mill i\lfg Co,-39.1.Atlanta. Oa.
leaving me, beganto >
Bource'that to his office. Mr. Moore is now fear that it was hopeless to look for a cure.I bargain hunter. It says nothing about a few '

oar on this work. As Boon as he was still suffering terribly from the pains I Second-hand Bicycles but they are bargainstoo ACMECHURN :: ,
t, Live in r c a report Judge Turner will through my body when I chanced to read ., ,
"the.in his report to Governor Atkinson the story of a curd that had been effected and should be applied for at once. $4BO, ; ..
l nr- with the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Best Butter ;r .
press of action vill be taken. The Pa'e People. discovered that the town JOHN P. LOVELL ARMS CO., JS sos- Shortest Time J "
; be j judged of the investigation will be to druggist! here had none on sale, so I sent "
h moue in its why such a man as Neal Smith immediately to the headquarters in Bchfmec- Sole U. S. Agent for "STAR" AUTOMATIC PAPER FASTENER and Least: Labor., : ;tt
tady, N. Y., and secured two of the boxes of WILLIAMS TYPE WRITER. "
I The fear a trusty.. The convict was the pills. Agents wanted in every city and town for the Lovell Diamond KingHardwaraCo.*" : !
t the to be one of the most unrelia- "Last December I commenced using the and Excel line of bicycles. .c ATLANTA GA. ., ', t
in the mines and has pills regularly, and a month after I had been / nr-Beit. Stops and 1
spent t
t by Y ,: taking them, I felt greatly benefited by their .na.Q e Lowest pricea.Wlnlw.
all
of his life for
1 Gaationala, ten years use. The feeling in my limbs came back '
:
: followed in the garb of a convict. again, and In two months I was able to go Bet tAPPLE'T
, U about the house an I had been accustomed to :
;''t m en-of-war W STARVING HIMSELF. year before. Now, as you can see. I am 8 CJ C I A's"' M HS :
r demanding enjoying good health. The pallor in my
u i: : : -- face was removed by the pills. A number of .
tries on Preacher Convicted ofVlfe my friends In the neighborhood were complaining t The One Crop Systemof For tho South. Ripens Kovcmber; tee *'i
Murder Will Not Eat. of symptoms somewhat similar to )(aj. AU varieties Frotjand fcut frees. -g ,
I /Jeptihgthe: own and I recommended that'they takeDr. Grape vine.Bcrrr Plants oaea. Ornamental ,. ,
: possess a his conviction and sentence to Williams' Pink Pills. They did BO, and farming gradually exhausts the land, unless a Fertilizer containing a Phnt" &c. Send for new catalogue free;' i- '

.. recognition ment at Danville, Ind., they tell me that they have been very much high percentage of Potash is used. Better crops a better soil and a W. D. BEATIE. Atlanta Georgia.:- :
benefited by their use. I still continue to f
murder of his wife Bev. Wil-
male by take the pills, though there is not so much .. larger bank account can only then be expected. 6s "
has eaten and oEI..Nm'S': _
Hinshaw
( nothing, '
quences necessity for As a purifierof .t
Write for our "Farmers' Guide, a illustrated book. It
consider
:Carlisle he is deliberately starving the blood, I the Dr. Williams' 142-page alf
to death. A sensational feature Pink Pill a wonderful medicine" is brim full of useful information for farmers. It will be sent free, and 8tMt i dd j- -
K Secretery Pink Pills are sold by all dealers, or will be will make and ddr. .
caso has come to the surface by save you money. Address, %
f General! sent post paid on receipt of price, (60 cents a AND '
lam several ys for Hinshaw announcing box or six boxes for '2.50-they are never GERMAN KALI WORKS 93 NUNs Street.New York. 'School of -
they are in possession of three sold In bulk, or by the 100) by addressing: Dr. or'thA21d:
fr m. .l A tAUGUMTA,-( A. -, 1
t passed to the jury during the Williams' Medicine Co., Uchenectady, N. Y. No text bono OMd. Aetoal tniniMW from dr et'
regarding PDterinc. Batimn open, fa.ii. 4 .
y ,: c GllftIllllJ" ',
While the contents of the notes The Gramophone.The t.tad" afrd Hand for lundMMMlr lllutntUd eoa-. .
y- bustcring 'era*. Bard theap. B.K. fan piid to Aoc taASTHMA a ,,.
it is believed that
The two a secret, they gramophone, a talking machine, life 1
Hinshaw! is getting a new trial. germ =
l situation at much simpler and cheaper than the t

,f collectors'\ the absence of juror Hunt, whc phonograph, invented by Dr. Berliner, ty

: '*f marshals, a man representing that he the famous electrician, will soon be \;,

! have all from Judge Hadley, called at the put upon the market.. Its record of The doctors tell us, now-a-days, that disease germsare POPHUTSASTHMASPEOnC. '.

.N-i' 'tractions and had a long talk with Hunt human speech and of music, it is said, everywhere ; in the air, in the water, in our food, =, JtelaljPARKER'S a rim tntsetsa.......... ... ',..

tended fiJi his duty in the case. Jud;e Had- are indestructible, and can be cheaply clothes that o.ewe.i oa Boa.....= ''P'
V into
h8 agreed nothing of this event and was multiplied to an indefinite extent by money ; they get our bodies, live Tnelorst ,mfr;..L '%i'

tw Undone to disturbed hen> he learned of it. simple mechanical means. What it has there,thrive and gro\v,if they find anything to thrive on. .

neutrality : e has been given until Oc to say or sing can be heard all over'an Consumption is the destruction of lung-tissue by YS.ORE.'I'I '

r :Violation is 12 to file exceptions. ordinary-sized house. So devoid of germs where the lung is too weak to them. L.mew d ....1'1.u ,b .. .
. "CM complexity is its construction that the conquer wd y. ten :wra '' .

rt"1 v the United ELEVATOR FALLS. complete apparatus will cost only $18, The remedy is strength-vital force. : ....a-1U7..e tend who.yob 1M.DM 1.1"-_ ..t7oee

$ determine and smaller edition intended for the Scott's Emulsion with dsfrta.andw.wlDtagUa }
-- a hypophosphites, means the &uer fal+l t ren.m..r_p.,.
thus t86:'fai Persons Injured, Two ol Them use of children will be sold for $5. 1lelalworts ae.ollnPi.J'>>ar .ern ufts'or"W7..... M ._"'"., .Y TA >
1i .;Ileged Fatally Hurt. adjustment of lung strength to. overcome germ-life. r. aK u.. aertarr.. auluaAa." ,

'I been : elevator in the building of the The"Private Secretary.: It .is fighting the germ with the odds in our favor. x
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[ court Tailoring company, in Frank- "Henry"Yes !" These tiny little drops of fat-food make their HAIR,.BALSAM ,
excellency way
your Cltnuu MA tmotific th h !
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'{ cations Chicago, fell 100 feet Tues FronotM a Juoitait growth.JTerer ,. f
into the and re-fresh
"A deal of is mani- and ,
great curiosity it.
;r ... ty of. and boy system re-invigorate Pall. to Bntot Ony .
< fatally injuring a man a .'
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Hair to 1t Yon 1 nl Color,
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fested about wishes in to
my regard a Whether succeed with it Com. > 4.nte hair
ft.t injuring two other pas- third term." you or not depends on how dar.d cm t nu.taei *tt ftGaF

1'.4 .rM.e"ton. :: "Yes, sire." good a start the germs had, and how carefully you can V.J
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; c nts in.the;; victims were all tailorshop em- "Henry, I wonder why people do live. The shortest 'way to health is the patient one. : .,
The had reached the "
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C.I nob not ask whether not would likea Coagn 16aoo0. r
'iik ..' floor when the cable snapped. or you The gain is often slow. arrow- Tm
.;:, third ) '[ second term?"Pittsbarg Chronicle- ie ttma Bold brdmttlatte9
was an old and rickety '
Oasto '
A.;' Telegraph. SCOTT & BOWNE
1 lift. 50 cents and $1.00 Chemists. New Yorl

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'f;; noWtterwaypfi&fcvittd 1fk ;'q ; dl Ji (Ar iffY' 'eJo, treatment of s.Slmglg .'./ '. I My TtaUnionjr '- lV {lto nd,1

'J J : l 1p ;jJ"tl..P r11 pop ul a'..f alI' fjport i..a( tjrj "Tqf-tlf: |!! 'N VOU.s' T.nNt ';fltat.prisseWjcpaI! i : n .*ciirR justice 'DIIIE.S : *r*

;, 'r1 j'' than fcedjnsfil_ iff'. r.f; !J ProceeuID"A. s Itl1 at the ,hands of.. Bradford county' jury: ID' '. COII'ETITIl LI i1At

;, n.* ir- q ,:O. t: t'I, f p ;a' rCivi 'po iiitT;. 'and :AggFft ;atefl 'fP'r .? of Another'report fjfcnrrent 'to the .effect'

t' :'1" r. _I&.' q '&n4'"11 /DYSPEPSIA. that I knew all during\ court. ."we k ihat ';
; Ji, lIu J. ,;H.JIaker ;'. Buddiqgtpn; & Daggers yf puld.r'bGJ1.brought :|iere ,"ohWednesday. "

tf wtbc;. fpfjHp>nt 'Mr; _Baiford. Alr Co.., treVpataj r v(.rdfct''1'J.plaintif'qr 1 ;: ( :of the *YLeaft.t .' This is likewise' false: I '.- .1)I

.. .t the-butcherhas; |3. head of. .fljietnithVifljl. $40pf/' .,. J'f Jj.' *" 4nd Falpitatfpn did not vku'jw that ,he,waa.lft be brought :- 4' ,t. 1'

>i .:t .t ulltfe d! M PQn 'M ',: "fS.i 4rj-it o&ijLJi9 Administrator! ...ofCTtjp7pf here 'jiMil"ftboul an lumrl before, the arrival .
of ,tbe :rain, aV.Which: lime the '
after
tln&!
'-7P-q fopd tour $ Are 3'PIJ
Jl$r'1 $ karelu d tbj"rao f'bp| bcgip rjweed he': auslav'e Drolshajjep
; : 'IIf1 { and excited state's attnrnuj instructed me in meet iLe I .
&$' Mature- tijp i resl of wb>cl J e, pxpects y V'J/S ipl'an.d.. F. A.:.fil'b.er, easily' confused r Dp you gt up IBU trait E.'E. JOHNS.'

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wifci. ** r i"' tired and unrefreshed, and with
V! : B moraine .
d t1g ',r i l1drtd pouod.11t .mpjitVnot J at.18Sq ; I
; : bad taste In the month? (Jurti for Headache.As .
1j ..tJ q ..J' .. .The F.J& fc. P. Railway company; '
r. ..t '1", r e& 4AdqlJbe" winterWft-- plamtif.;4n;>error, vs. .L. D. Wall/ Is tberaa duU, cloqdy aensatlon, attended bdl5 / a remedy for nil!' forms ofljpadacbevElectric .

Jn from raeable feeJJnBS io the head and eyes? Bitters baa. piored. to be.the very "
: M Pf J len t 1 Q fO t. defendant' ; error, .appeal .
11! .Aw irrltabla and restless* bes.J. Jt effecjs. permanent..care and .
JlT. of 'Joe.Joe' Of county 'judge'* court; verdipt for you B. a.
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til 'E'" rt 'ta, rendered, rery plaiixtjfa. ; POM yo r heart.tboinp'and caiva.you to casp the most.dreaded habitual.sick.hfe i \daches I "t if

1, YJpr bgtduringla .; rt L for breath after pllmbtpc a flicfat.of itafrt? yield lo its influence. We urge ,all who
41Dea ;
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f, ; Q .tb. 1t ,beef Js..too tough O..(r-'Etchard agRravated'Ll'Sau1t, ,POM I If' dUtress you}Up oq the left side? are this afflicted remedy to a fair procure trial..a.In.bottle cases"and of habit give Looking 'ar My Stock of Poods Qt

-i' "s for B |tI iUoW( :.aid-people"are compelled. f'J-i'-M.** J@ .iyto'Himple';: assault and Ha"e you Impaired memory, dimness of visIon ual constipation Electric Bitters cures by

;t I\i ''$Vuf the: esfcrh:meat'as a last1.. resort WSA fiaed/T5'andiJfC.1'QnffiaiVajgraVated OOt. depression of mind and gloomy forebodings giving the:'needed tonic' to'the bowel l?. '

.-' ." v'-- prefer,; I oridaJ\ : : ? > and few cases Iqng"resist the use oT Unameuicinu. fore
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.R assault
7 < ''.tr .- : ; Try it onCe Large bottles Purqhasing Elsewhere "i
t r.tq.t \ lIr.\tn fined and'coKts six months in Th0s jsymptoDja mean that.you are guifpring
$50
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rj4. : .W .P1. *D4 or. .. '"ifiy cents at &tarkevDrug: 'tJo's.: ..' anJohu ,
tp' :jriil rcsdilf lectjre tea cenjs a'pound .for Jail. ,,,'' froiq.Dyspepsia and Nerrous Exhanatioji.Tbere A. King, Lake Butler Fla. 2. ..- :..\ '. .

.; lt hlrileery' Ijil ur 'reckon .tbaj' It will R. J.:'Andrews, assault \viti] intent Is no other remedy extant-that has . ..

".ri '1qpg npundt. uei, and we get"$10Q tofpironebfef ''kilJ; 'l"Outin.ued..on motion,' of the done so much for this class of trouble! aaSCOTT'S Dont Tobacco Spit ; -i .. M

ji* BuUei.us." place' \ jtfr. Alf stale. Or qmoke your life away is the Jrutbful,
bo
'Cnfti'ta'lb/atiipide" of Ujo..farnjer. wl obqtcber Archie MgNeill pt, At.! Kambljng; CABBODIGESTIVECOMPOUND.' tattling title of a hook about No-To-Bac, 1.Vy gjQa were g t

*&*' *; '.'" 1cI.1e1l. q t'e\\ I apd give placed on absentee docket. 'he .harmless, guaranteed Tobacco babi} '

|.|t,v.llli.Y: (oeaU: "pound.' He then, getslK PrvinGoynn, AlE Walter and cure [tt.lb uces up nicullnized nerves, direct frpip; tjie manu a

?':' ;ftfifl for hf and' Vensey Coolc) placed Uiltlllte.s.he( nicotine i poison makes.
J L Pl!. ,'H* f' who will sav- that gambling; on usual !
If has resisted the
: you;case methqds of walt '
fc 5* Jlorkia betfwU, | qp at that price? absentee docket.Mai meu gain strength.vigor and mini? '
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pay ture.rsand
treatment we are particularly anxious to have lood. You importers
) run no physical or financial a
f: .T M.figt"w fAa,. ,.be, still ftirtber re- y Johnson, assault wit; intent yon Rive thl Compound a trJaUye risk: all NoTiHBac is sold by J* L. Oaslinsurider .

te.ducertapdyrtg; 'e., prt-flt to the (ban tpmufd.er; f und pailty of aggravated a guarantee to cure or money

:f 1'lao' r e4.' hit i beef:caitic. ft. ,usdQllarestlmate assault'and,fined $5 and. coy{3. \ guarantee relief in every case and will refunded..* "Bw.lCtf'reer Address Sterling liar d casli prices and lde

'. J crime; cheerfully refund your roon y should our remedy Co.;New.York or Chicago.
,JW &..I\fl1 Iii.two.*adf Henry one ,- agaima naturoj eroedy
fan to produce the most gratifying results. For sale iJ.. .. L.. Gaskios.
in the
t 5r' Tebimf Vbe. ,d,, At'tbis( figure, .beef qne year penitentiary. Please remember that the appellation PatentMedicine cojnpetilJion: J have nO 1
Charles Edwards assault with intent ,
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| f J lP wil I |t pay Jiaqdaoinely. aDd, our Look To Your Land .Jlle! .

pj ,"acoesslbnity! to, _Jftcksonfjlje,. OcnU! to murder; acquitted.t .I does not apply to I hiive in charge us' agent all lands in of ike lines '
liv Jame Trod man. entering with i intent I S ott's one niqesit d
; Carbo-Digestiye CompoMpd. :
tf flalnesyille, and..other. la rge tovyns assures Bradford county known as Pius and .
to commit a felony fined $1QOor
; t '., ready marketl ; It is a prescription put up by a leading physician Roberts lands. .Any one desiring to purr '

i : :Wjlpcorn( } 'aud' other feed is, pleuUful thrt.p'uonths' in"the peniteritiary.WC8tricklapd who has made stomach and nervous troupes Cbns or cltrar lilies will please) .write me Dress: 'GoodsP'o1p. sti.cst,
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;;. awault with ..intent at Clarke. Fla., C L.P.eek '"
;!: rta a specialty for 7eartP.W _
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-'BI'-: .. to iuurder cpnttnued. ..
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InvesUgatiou all '
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'1 .-.,. !.OCf". 1 JS.V li81J. \ John oi|,' foseph ,Johnson" physicians to write us for. the formula urge ofSCOTT'S CITY MARKET 'Fancy Jioti9 S 'j hQe$ A4Vpes

\ 1t' i' M"'r. : |.. MedicinPansTeno 1Q"1 and John Beasan,!" gambljng, ; each ; ,
t fined 15 and cost or sixty' days iniail OARBO-DIQESTIVB COMPOUND,
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l 4j.&St', :"* J a.r S .>-8biRwa,. soop' asMMfg posatl'Ie J. *, \'. '.",'"j.' which. :'we. will. mail. on application. that. they } aver d spl yed.

: l/jcrpw/ 'Orore's T&teteas..C ill 1'ooic. J.; p.' Wheelui ,defamation .of jbay satisfy themselves Jta harmless' character O CX Johns : ; .

!JJ11 **ti.';'po dpef, W4nV RroTfTs Tasteless character 5; nolle:pressed,,, .-(\ : and.excellent virtues. ,. le'n. .,.S, 'a'k.e! ; :. ." ,! : .
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r 1 : tt, D t: oer 'ea 'ID .the plead fined guilty ll.and: to simple,' 1"tt'A and.'. most remarkable remedy(hat science has -DEALER. nr..'- 'MyseqQ >ofrocei j. i

i.r : r.Qe' we barp ,uuver sold any .was ppsts, > v produced.. It has succeeded where'all. other

4 De 1f h.ga elucb._ universal sat* ,\Vi1 y. U Tb r/ .laroepJ', !6f a' do: medicines have failed. FRESH '
IjEEF
raestic antifiaj 'discharged., complete You can fin
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M; I Sold
( "Ji.r ftJQ ,.. by druggists everywhere ;' $|.CO par bottle. .
domcH-
John
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Bryapt larwpy a
Sj.t. ? r' .Touri; r ipcc'fully. q Sent to any address In America on receipt '
( vJ' tic animal,,wx .months iif'ihe peqitenttary. r,1UTTOH what want here.
1 l r" BROWXE & Co.A ., ''fMr. of price. you Noj',
$ pont forget that,we cbedrfu JY. refund
r your AND PORK.
V.wsy :fcelter Front ,
J: J. Ie fowler'secretary' i treii money if results are not .Order direct trouble
l lr J What',his "become of our Lawtey '. *ap <- satlst&cto.U' .tQSh9W gogclsj: ,
t ; cprr urer of tb::Onrinqe -Mill ..('aolil and i (tf your druggist does not have U..
t ] refpbndeatJFor :a pun ber of weeka I ( VEGETABLES IN SEASON. .
( Stock Ca> Corinne, ytahln Address alj orders to -
.:, 3 .T* !'P.9
'.., r fA Ip' .. Cough. Remedj, say: ,. .
: : .t1. .J' 't: A101. worthy paper CONCORD CHEimi MFG. CO I :
"I. consider the best In-liiQ market.. 1 ,
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t' .11 'r. *nd _space. ',111. pot admit of, a '

, f *J:|eDjrlhyarUcl'io; I I'.will only speak of Il\in'albe.baye uspd mofl mjiny prompt kinds but and fldd.effeeiual Chamber in Topeka, Kas. Odd Fellows' Baiia'p, Starke. N.. J. TONES.DON'T .

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,o e. .tye most,nstebht events.Tbe giving relief t and"now keep,,.no o'lierm :' ,' ''" ..

i '"} L' ,: .town.was, ;.takeo by surprisp when my home., Wheq troubled with cough Office of J. F. GREEK. COCXTY.GfiEE .' E. 1,000,000 People WearIWIJouglasSuoe'sl '
| was aunCUBCed that. 01 cold give,4)11) rf meiriul and we
/l on a certain
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. f eye assure you that'you' will be l more thnu ?, CpvE SPRINGS, CLA.T: Co FLA. YOU JsTEEPA 1:
i :Mp., Dald> George, cleric D.o'"e. ,,o| qur pleased wltUthe\resuIt. Forijale by I I

i' !1i} i{ popular >stores.;, nnd :.Miss Ro e Ca pnon tSl rte Drug Co._. .,'. t' '. GENTLEMEN r nty.tbres years ago ,
l ; married. A witness:of the -, I was attacked with inflammatory rhvumatisin HAND BEST I.
f.1w ; event .: fJZ
. ;l! '. '. I,the bride as 1DOk charmingly J, !'off.. ; I was attended by the most eminent SEWED $3 .. IN THEROCESS. new 8q\|; of Clpthes\ Si a pajr of 'Show,'a Utt, -;
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. f. ., e.blu8.Uk, ,. 'whilo. David, .Tbe, work of removing from tha delinquent physicians ,in the (and; 1 visited ORLD. :
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: tax.liat, the who Y.. ;s.oo 3.00 P'nderwear, a 'iTunlc/iValiw, or nomethmg ia]
'; '. j t b U" Barnes oi persons the'great Saratoga Spring"?, N, and ; .
$ .
:4 Jip b pq qDe Ir A.M. C n!. pay tiitiir ta:es n H o&tI I previous tp the the npted Hot. Spring?, rf Arkansas, and {he Clothiug or Ge'Dt ti'urp:. ,.:.JmeK. "i'e. .. .

" J ; kI 'another, of'our''popular stores, day'of sale'iuyplvus'considerable ,vork.uftd many*ther watering places, and always $4.00 fcSOW : .

.} :$-iit 'Pt- following week ledlo:the Hymenialary. the TgLKOKAPH will" pnly rpmore the consulting with the local physician for .. V .'$

! Mltl .ml. oame;leayioc jh de8cripll of f the prop directions; finally oiine to Iftoridi ten $3.50 $2.00
: _l1 'The, bride '
: erty. This will= insure' persons thus * l1 .fllO ively dressed in pure white and .g iDst the sule. of their laiujs.' Ytllre I1go. About two years asp I hxda .,

( all. propbuDced '..them a'cbanulng\ couple. and no fear need be entertHined l hecmof 8e sevpre atUck of rheumatism, wtu con- $ O $1.15 '. .: ,. ,': .

:1 :: '. .. 1Ic Tha'en. ,IUI.n Uo; .jie appeurance; Pc,the'e8Crtpliou-. I ftl19d to my room for twelve. wee .s. and

t.j't ''1 aeielpr) ';;ii>t,, are .makiojr the best of'enlarging Ffance jpj' .T.ro' .Jne, .world of good e Jing J- duriuK the time I was induced to try' 'P. $2.25 For BOr niy 8\o (which is/ the largpst.and best-Mr) :

: : lftp' ;
l { .J bt; but whai-ic good gating compnredtq city fine liije of 9fI"O"f'
t/lsshtm}. knowing; that .each ingredient W !* tUmglmm shoet and ..T. firom
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; 1. "' r' ,ore. The itlerlor| has been so good world of .. .
appetUefThe goqd SO suOr. AU' Uijtof MdTM men andI : '
was good for impurities of the hlqod. .... adrwo In leather has lacruied the wptnen children. Pripp will( .\-10' ":
i d that the oldest .
f : i citj,;.en would appetite I is, .soverne4.by Ranuiu's Tonjc prle .f other make*, but the quality and Jirteet of s ." "
Js *' it' The bus After using two small .boUI 8 IV11 re? W. I*DoafflM shoe* reoMls the same. i.i
: P baenvpn ,
, .t t' 4 'ejcterior .iyer Pill Tb\ is. ;hp remedy Tor indi f : .
.. Tike tnbititnte;ire that name and price is lUmped .: :
I ievcd HI four different' times -4 .
since Iiqye .
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f. rr.p iqtt4t y gestion. -lhoUSI f.1I8. ,disordered tomnch.
" .t. cooTertedlBy'Mr Tbaren. i into t\c.\ It cure aqcj:inyiiroratea the entire jia-i slight lI.qiat'ktl. nud 1 have each ']. ALVAREZ Stark J 1\8 ALVAREZ **PCClerk's tpt ler aDd fJ

,pacJ _aparfraeots.. cpnapietely furnish- system. enridtipg uie blood. sirengthen- ti ime taken two fmull bottlcg P. P. P.* .LTJ. ,Fu lbher. Jt'

'f :fxt.' and la.'every. .respect a model baclborne. Ii)<- _iuff.thH A.ak' Btarke bott).Drug sod .toQpg C(.V'your( qp" drutrgistn h. nerves. md. bwn relieved, wnil I consider it the Blanton & 'Cameron, Hapipton.PILES . .. .. it

l r' best medic joe i>f i i\1I) kiud. .. .r
for BjSJDgle box. U costs but 25 cu. and t "
'. The residence of Mr.' Saylrs'bag beenwly f\'tiiatbrea; week8"upply: of tiny Tonicrel1et Yullr:4 Iful)'. ITCHING PILES Bepqrt., ; i1

,: painted,and interior besides he i'ills thcm lvc$. b.UE CmmRT. SWAYNPfiOINTMENT REPORT of\V.T.Weeks. Clerk of the Circuit Court for Bradford CoWy, on accpunt ef .Co&- ;'," .
improrements.
: Sample dose free, 'r for taxes assessed,for the year ISM: '" .," .'.-, :.-.
K de.biE.lJ add mud tp its beauty and ..: CbaoebrIan'B|,'. Cye and Skfn OInt .. DBOLtlftLT om&IS &cc''t .to c. BTgQ FOR TAXZS ASSESSED FOR 1X94.. ., ''

r t'r. rt ,. Lulp r. pU e. meat. ftJll'TOJU-M_ 1IIe. .. Sept 3. '95 To tal. due on County Proper fund as per last report...........Jl,208 ea.ti'
'Ia&l w_., IL Oct.79i By cash and scrip wiper Treasurer's receipt No.*....;., ... '
. ': :kr1)C I of I awtey, have been enjoytqemselfes I have |10 my yrd at mill in Starke n A certain cure for Chronic Sp.re Eyes.Tetter. ... By am'C. to balance 1.; .....' ,......,.. ...,.....".....'Jv: ,.,..... ;:". (,79000 11II. > vi J ,;
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'-I'., witb dinner parties, gojxl supply -choice dressed lumber, Bull Rheum. Scald Head. Old -t&el.'I b7 '. .T.-. ; \se* 83 iiiii ,>
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i i.t loaejieoas, !jgh: 'teas, 'candy-pulls, etc. si ch, as novelty siding flooring, ceiling. Chronic Sores, Fever Sores Ecz ml1. Itch.! -fIIr > --"f ."..m.BU Oft,:7, '35 TobaLdueonCo.'Prop; rfuncl........ ..... .t!.,.......... .. ;.' 6S. =.,.. .. ,
is .Mrs..B rrin gayis.an elaborate dinqer to aUW boat and cutting up RtuCf; also rough lumbsrordiflferintquajuies Prairie Scratches. So
:. .wW'. ocr, kdies I I : Sep .' -Toam'tdueco.s' fUld {is pr lout report.. .... :.. ,t.. 3 -C "
? "t' i pQP-plimentnry tore "nd prjpej For It is cooling and soolbiug .J uIreils Q. PptiT.. .Cj,r-By cash and scnpjaf Ptr Treasurer's re'eipt.No.'2... :;.:...'...;;.. '.taQ' '1,000 C9 > .
lYu ML\ | liefer *nd 8terab.unr. who sale for CM?(}. Prf cs'. will bofirm and of cases huvu been cured by it after GRDVEE tJ. > !Jy alD e to bal.'.. .r., .........................;...:.,.'. :;. .. ,21" 61.-.
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. } i :. tnwp from SLar e. Her table qqaljly asbhowq. all other treatment hud failed.. 25 cents : '.' ... '.' '. ,'-1tJ.j &.1 Ln, ai, 'r."r.O

( "t. with goodies such as Mrs. B. 1 Afr have; HUlk it FnrmeT. contractor p.f Hlarke.Will per l>o$. For sule by the Sturkc Drug' t. .due Co nd t" .............. :. ,.:.!....:.''r,; ; 8M. ,
> }in e l\rge..apd will be pleased :, '. o1'
At i 1 rre. tfl 'h e f'' jruc88ye are to receiye Calls from anyone in want. Company. Sept. 3. ;To amt due lal fund as-per; last report '..;...?'.','{I .'.;'.;;;'..;.JotS' 90 f
f.liNt tnlt.B.. 41.' Jimitb for a 4 AMg&Ji. Eu A entSlarke. Qct.'W'! -' ,taah and jerTreasurw'o' receipt! No.a .li.,.*. ..vJ7T".p V' soon .1
yery Uo baJ .
< 'I r. I FU.. April 23. LS95. "Uya' .......... ..,.,...... ., 'M" "lJ
.:_ aftfiuoon" spent, wjthMer] at her ) That Distress _-,-!, f"'t. ',
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'Ii 1-ab, f inn.ppreC09Qtl'Meftdaroes air Hush-and Mrs. B. K. Witkovski is expected bo.me In thfRtom Oct.. 7,'p5-Tp bal.1. due Co. tfQpd.!.........":...' ... .., ,.:'." ..11,,....... t.' ... jJ):

t(iay from Baltimore whither she wenttwo ach or feeling :r'I.' '. f' w. ', T.W,... .. r
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.tA1p Mr ConkJr't
.. u. entertained weeks ago to purchase a* stock ofr o! fulness ct-, \ 'j .: B 1.1 FETCH D.C.
1-j i gbtFr.. ; F Highland, at their ter is I fn
milliner, Mr Wiikovski basjpi! eating -.J .-TAXE3 ASSESSED FOR 1895. :
: l : 'It4i 1 !:'Rut week. Last Fri- chased jin elegant line of millinery and effectuallyprevented Clerk's report on accocti&J. a BYrd.Tax
of Taxes
1 t..f rCecq.At, our. ladles drove tot potions Wbicb wilr arrive and be nlutd by ColJectorD.amqUJit assess, for 1895: .
.: Opt 7, '{-Tq ajn't aa e8S* W33 1t
rke, to spend the on sule in a few days in the Uodgellblock. ; Hood's Pills. .
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"i.P4 ro ivb; 'The fjext* door to N J. Jones' .ore.r They aid digestion Oct.'i". '-Toam't&ll .titiunty School fund; PoDs .871 J,2i1 g r ....*?...."...I.... 4J .25 :.;
1t 1"w .rg. morning was Oct. 7, '93-To am't .

lt assessed,l County Special fund .; ..* .... Jolla fl '
'e U4 "J '1aagpr'' knowing that Diarrboeq ehould be stopped promptly.It11 and Oc;. '. "'9 To amt aasesaad to County Roads and Bridge fund....*. ...?......V ;... 85S *> .a .:
-' r ecl\Q assimilation /It. Oc 7, 95-To am't. asseaied t'Flne and Forfeiture" fund ..'...."..::. 1.1711 '
.i 'Jam. f t D CJ1.1aJG OO becomes chronic. DeWitt's Colic pf food, move the bowels easily and tbcs. g.*. ..: i

J.Aar J i re4.iortbJlJJ. and Cholera Cure is ftffeciive '*fe' and prevent and Biliousness Ti4rpd JJver'' Oct. 7, -Total am't assessed*for' County' purposes..,.,....-. 18,711 30vy c :
cqre '
1 '. 1 i Qr.' be. '1), bICIJ fQn certain.: Hunilmls of testimonials bear and Constipation. They are tasteless arddo > ". W T. WEEKS. Clerk .. .
witness to the virtue! of this great mediCino. ) .. '' ._
, :. t\-- 4J ocet1lt flfl I not gripe or cause pain. Sold by all <
: :'{ ..rr f.th pnott plWtnt.Jripi .of' the. 6eUOQ.1 |t can always be depended IlpoU.Its drnggifta.r 26 cents. Insist upon OOD'S. 'T EiTE'LES9CMILL .' .'

: 'ti : iei4tJ>rj; |.itwkjlIr :,W L. AIII.teef Drag use Co.saves time. and mpney. Blarkc .. 'f N otlee.r' I Notice of' Applicatlon5t '8cll t

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BRADFORD COUNTY'lY.- .
: I ;ee'J'brallug' 't .' Preparatory cervices will be belrfat the ONE GENT STATE '. 4 )
.. lJ1 y OF FLORIDA.IT r. ) To All Whom Iti'Uar O nT. Notice, ..
: .. : 4' r :.. '.' 11 : rainy day Presbyterian church tomorrow (Saturday); fe hereby ordered that the months of4;i rpHIBTY .days after*the date hereof, towtt:" + 4.,:

It -1 ; CJG.1 Ihtwl .Hie. M .added fresh afternoon at 2:80 o'clock and communion Octciber.* November. Lecember January, .DtbelHhdaybfKoT nloer.A.'a.Uea.Li t
services will be held Siiudav morning atJg A February, March. April| and Hay ai%hereby dm- .I M. L. Lpodholf th*> duly appointed and qnaH- "$-'
i 1 t'a' 1,9. ef.I Dqp ot D.| Mr. Faris at WORD.L lJm ted and fixed upon as the months within fled Guardian of,Martin K. LoiWholti, ManbftU i '
Kltjgsleyo'clock
: wjll, preach TDNIC
\ which It shall be unlawful t* chase huxc. cateb, I P. Ixwdboltx. W. 2. Loadbolts. Eddie B. Load- 'r', .
: r P a.clP 'l ;tbings ot.be. s Sunday aft.rti JD. kill or otherwise molest any deer within. the lim holu\Arrith HLoadboItz and Cavaie EL Lo d> i5
f 4 4d1ertl nscrted in this colura'n at one its of this Bradford county. 1 holt*, .toloora, 'of the County of Bradford and
ii : f4 : ,' t.. ; pM .'* N. Houston* {Urrison. ot Lake cent. per word pph inveftlon.. Ordered, this 16th day of October A. D. 189i I state>f Florida vill apply to'the Boaorableit
it. 1( E.T.cnrti. Captain IS JUST A3 GOOD FOR ADULTS. _4 E. A. TODD, Wj>'.F.. Malpbnn, ('ounty.Jndn In and for amid ;C\
t 'T :._. City the young lieutenant pourier of Cov- UHA ONION SETS AND WAR ANTEO. PRICE Chairman Board. of County Commissioners, County of Bradford State of Florida,lor aDtIIor.1
. .tgr Gtfql &be acconjol enter Mitchell's sbtff and-,a rising, young BEn BOots.ParlsKedJcID. \V T, WEEKS ity co sell th.et intermit 'of. said minor In and to ;'ti'
1 Fresh. tat just Arrived. Clerk the .
and Clerk and folloviar described real aad
ex-pfficio Auditor of Board state'situato
rlHa.' and yet ills oily attorney,.was in Hie city n. few days of! The t. N .Jb3. of beiocln the "
f price I i9 reduced. h&rk'Drug Co. c County Commissioners. I Connfy of Brad rd.8Ut of Flor I'
:, ,, :\.tt'E' Saratpariltm;; .the:. Jy the present-week. ,I'.. .kipg. .nficr. Lto OenUemen:-we oM laI'J.ttar. COO bottle of 'ida; to wit: The went, half of th : In.t."tic" tnRtten::. .. DBOVE'S *v* CUILL Urwf section ihlrtr (). townahip five (5)sovta
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f. ,D'Jo .,a.. .t .,. TULL linfi tobucco nw} ci2 t1:> Best btnqrll' arou' already thU rear. In all ovrvx- of range eWe-ntlone oil), conuupimc SO .
' .UI.II\IUIII i k" .? .' 'q ) esss Ix be perteue of 14 in the .
: frail tiUrhe Pru, ; C'. years One bus have more or lesC &Id Interest In aaU taada to b*.
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