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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1895
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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WHY NOT I I Awarded MiaS Hattie Wills- ,returned' home Thursday : .

Highest Honors-World' Fair. after a pleasant visit with Mrs. J.E.' .. :GREAT CROWDS rS

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Harper at Lake Butler., ".
; have. your eyes tested and Spee 'DRfsite MO S .

i ... 4 tricks fitted by to expert. During last month :tbe fines assessed by ......Are flecking? to our .tore ..:A
the munlelpal court more than paid the

WE MAKE salaries of the police. ; .. ....these> iie October days, ad..tniring .

w X SCOTT : I ...... i ...the bea-attful Faa
1 Mr. E. O. Hill, of Lawtcy, and. one. ',.
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Expert No charge for exaratattio sod -
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of Bradford county's most useful citizens, i .... .
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WSfttft JTtfEjcHxer will guarantee to correct any.re--, was in town Monday.Mrs. REGULATORGOOD and Winter Goods in all of

fraction that & Spaetaele Lease. : I ......our de jjartment. All effort :'
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will eol''& ..K W. Burroughs and daughter : :

little Miss Nona, visited friends at Cedar ......of thojpistgreat, as they ;
CALL ON Up! FOB AHfTHING INtTE'w'wI ;
; BAllNfiPO"II Keys Saturday and Sunday '.1
,-' : FOR EVERYBODY .....were, J!eve been far '-ur.pattsod ,
Mr. C. Husband desires to thank and needs it at all times of tht .
I: ; everyone '.1
c LJt'TE.W" : : ...... by us this season. .
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those who assisted in saving his barn and year. Malaria is always about, and the ..;t

T. 'SCOTT &, CO. contents'during the fire Monday night. only preventive and relief is to keep the ......Abundant 1 ev.ulellceof this '..
Liver active. You must kelp the Liver a bit;
; : MOST PERFECT MADE No trouble to show goods. Call and and the best helper the Old Friend,'SIMMONS ......is ttltowu on every side, and -i,;',,
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see J. M. Alvarez's line of dotlung before ,
A port Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free LIVER REGULATOR, the RED Z.
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departments our
policy -
buy he will save
from Arapopij,Alum or other adulterant. you you money ,
any Ohio
Mr. C. Himrod, of Lancaster; ./
40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Mrs. Hadger and daughter, of Washington says: "SIMMONS UVER REGULATOR .. .... ,of i tire "best goods at ,

D, C., here for the winter, broke of'Malarial Fever of three t
*ale a case :1- -4
T. 1. KNIGHT. .....:.)owest. prices" ,- i'
HAPPENINGS IN THE CITY.' and are stopping With Mrs. Capt. Jones years' standing fpr me, and less than _: pr"
one bottle did the business. I shall use ----.--- .
Shoes! Shoes 1 Shoes better and cheaper "
-- -, it when in need, and recommend It. '
than other house io town. Come
any Be sure that you get tt. Always look for Strike 1 ,
Local Items Picked Up Here and see and be convinced. J, 31. Al the RED Z on the package., And don't .

and There. varez. forget the word REGULATOR. It is SIM .I YS

( I If you want an elegant dress ata MONS LIVER REGULATOR, and there is While the 'I

medium price buy a Jamestown only one, and every one who takes it is
A NEW DRESS FOR ALL ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW. .. ,
worsted at Truby, Sternburg & sure to be benefited. THE BENEFIT IS ?F

Co.'s. ALL IN THE REMEDY. Take it also for Iron is Hot. ,:;

Biliousness and Sick Headache; both are ,
Matters that Have Occurred or .
Elegantly Made Mrs. Proctor of Pittsburg. Pa., will teused by a sluggish Liver.J. .
Will Occur iu the Near Future I a
spend the winter in Starke, and ia stop .H.Zeilin ft Co t Philadelphia. .. .. .O ar, Fall'campaign is. en' *, 'x'
-'Epitome of a Week'sHappenings ..
Trimmed. ping at the pleasant home of Mrs. J. N. ''';
".> Beautifully in Starke.It Jo u. TWO FIRES.The .. ......quick-selling. basis. We have 3,

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... ill about lime to dig potatoes. Try some pure Tennessee butter Enteoza Clear-Factory In Aahe _.....pnt ,prices .where keenest '

at McMurray's and then you will) Loa $8OOO. .
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... touck'
will not
Buy shoes from N. J. Jones. .competition
your feel like singing "Home Sweet ,
Last
Friday morning at 1 o'clock justas
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60 inch Serge 65c to 75c.54inch Home." I ITELKGKA1'11 .. ....UII.V call
Special bargains io shoes at N. J. the last copy of the edition of the : ? special attention :-

Twilled Flannel 75c..4Stnch Jones. The news has been received from Jack for lust week was taken .. ... to our
from the the alarm of fire
sonville of the birth few days of press was ,
a a
all-wool Henrietta 05e. ago
The winter visitors are beginning to given and the Kntenz cigar factory was
little daughter to Mr. and Mrs. .H. O.
... &rri vc. found to be enveloped in flumes. -, ,
42-inch Mohair black and colors SOc i Richard. Line ofDress -
Ladiea waists at Truby, Sternburg The fire had gained too full ,headway .
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-. 424nch Brocade Novelties 36c to 50. Company'. Representative J. P. Wall, of Putnam to be checked and soon the buildingand
was a of his brother Tax its in ashes.
county guest contents, were .
SB-inch all-wool Tri./t B5c.42'lncti Jamestown worsted at Truby, btern- Assessor L. D. Wall, of this' city, during Nothing wus saved from the burning Goods

burg & Co.'i.Please the week. building and Mr.' Entenu 'Iolt about .
'all-wool black and colors 40c to 50c
Henriettast 90,000 fine cigars, a large stock of
cigar .
cull ana settle, your bill. Tate The strawberry growers are putting in .. ..BoughV almost m every in.Bt -
... 48-inch silk finish Henrietta $1.00. Powell M. D. plants by the thousands. Next spring's tobacco and all,the implements and fixtures
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from the p'
tnanufao.turcr
of the factory. The loss amounts nce -
-, 4 inch.ilk Henrietta $1 to $1.25. crop will be a large one if the seasons are
warp It is time to favorites for
groom your to about $8,000, coyered by insuranceof
favorable.Mr. -..... and marked, at com i
the town office 4500.:

38-iruh Fancies and Novelties 20c to 25ct and Mrs. W. E. Duyis left Wednesday The building was the old Orange College -.....petition' prices.

Black, blue brown and tan Broadcloth, iu Prof.town T.Tuesday.A B Hartig. of Hampton, was for Atlanta, where they will! spend and was owned by Mrs. S. M. New- S

f ingham. of Greenburgh, Pa. It was Insured
: 1" yards wide, $1.00. exposition i
good pair boys' pants for 18 centsat for $300. InClothing :,
Alvarez's. At the time of the fire Mr. Ententa was ./
J. M. The TELEGRAPH inteeds to send a col. ,,..'. 1
: A full line of rains of week lector through the county in thw. near iu Atlanta Ga., taking orders for his excellent
Staples at; hard timeprices The this have put strawberries cigars. telegram announced the :
future. When he culls you are requestedto '
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on jump. work of the fire to him and he returned ; I
and Sloes lower liquidate all arrearages.
than'ap.y: New line of capes at Truby, home as soon as possible. .

where else. Sternburg & Co.'s. Mayor A. L. von Kirn and wife returned Mr. Entcnza has been successful beyond' and GaRts' .., '

Saturday from New York and his most sanguine expectations since coming / z

Tbe city election is near at bund. Who other points v>f interest in the North.. to Starke, and in conversation with a.

will be the candidates,? They report a pleasant outing.Mr. representative of the TELEGRAPH Mid :

STAPLE GROCERIES Postmaster B. Haynes, of Hampton Lord L. Lamb, one of west Bradford's that he would make arrangements as soon Furnishings .
was in the city Tuesday. in as possible to go to work again. Ho left 1
popular young meD, was town
Tuesday looking after the settlement of Tuesday night for Atlanta to complete his ......We arc l eaderi The SHOE?
Miss Leona Blitch left
Thursday to business in that city aud'will return in a

Call and examine for yourself: visit the Atlanta exposition the affairs of his father's estate. few days lo give his attention to the resumption .....Department i in our. pride.,,

A new line of dress goods at Bradford county now has a very young of business bere. ----..Can fit (your feet and -year t'
Truby, Stern burg,: & Co.'s. sheriff. The little fellow arrived in town Monday night of this week at o'clock

Is Friday night, and his father Sheriff E.E. the alarm of fire was again given. This -. --.pocket-book without! trouble.
: T. A. KNIGHT.: The 8. L. I. A. will serve: oysters atthe Johns, is more amiable than ever. time the flames consumed the barn of N.
Commercial hotel tonight.A \V. Hackett at hid home on Walnut street. ......In HATS we have the latest

We noticed at U. D. Miner's, in By hard work on the part of citizens and
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.. o.. : I first-class piano for sale or rent. Apply Johns' brick block 'near the depot, the volunteer fire department the fire was shapes at much. ;,

to Truby; Sternburg& Cu. a new selection of cuff buttons, collar prevented from apreading. The barn anda ....-.less1\ prices than those asked.
T. R. SWEAT
Furniture and housekeeping goods at buttons, rings, scarf pins etc. large amount of hay farming implements ..--.elsewhere for the same goods.

Truby, Sternburg:; Company's. "Mayor Hodges" would sound well, etc., were completely destroyed. ----._- .

and it will not be surprising if the
popu Notice to Debtors.
' Childrens cloaks, a great variety, The GROCERY .DEP ART-
yGQods at Truby, Sternburg & Co.'s. lar young chairman of the council is Having sold my drug store it is abso. .

,. placed in executive, chair of the city. lutely necessary to close up ay business.If ......MEKT is the moat complete c.y
Miss Jessie weeks Visited relatives at you owe me please.make it convenient
The sale of lauds for
taxes
delinquent ......in the .
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of county.Our t
Waldo during the first the week
consumed only a few hours Monday. to settle your account at once.

Notions The attendance at the sale small and E. L. STEWART, M. D. .
For la grippe use Dr. Powell's Feyer was

Cure. It "never falls" to cure It. the greatar part of the properly was bidden Sore Throat. Any ordinary case maybe .._... specialties,are the
in for the state by the tax collector. cured in Cham- .
'Squire J. H. Moore, of Theressa, was one night by applying f
berlain's Pain Balm directed with each
furnishings Etc among the visitors to Starke: Monday. There are many good reasons why you as Hardwareand
I bottle. This medicine is also famous for
I should use One Minute Cough Cure. '
Special attention is called to N. J. its cures of rheumatism, lame back and
There are no reasons why you should
Jones' new stock of capes and jackets. I not if in need of help. -The only harm deep-seated and muscular pains. For .
LATEST STYLES. I' sale by Starke Drug Co.KNOCKED Furniture vw
s New dress goods-the right kind and less remedy that produces immediate-

right prices. Truby. Sternburg& Co. sults. Starke Drug Co.

W. L. for the Ger ...-..Departments. Here yon will ,
Reynolds, adjustor OUT !
The price of cotton holds up well and
PRICES. THAT WILL SELL THEM the farmer is correspondingly happy. man-American insurance company was .. -.-.find a wonderful assortment
In town Monday. The building occupied

Garden pets Bermuda onion seed and by M. Eatenz: tin a cigar factory ws insored While the Governor of Arkan ... .. .of'good'| and you .cannot fail'

onion sets at Truby, Stern burg& Co'.. in the German-American and Mr. sas has been using every effortto I
bar-
prevent the fistic contest be- I ..... .to be. p eaaed, with the
\ Reynolds came to'look after his company'sinterests s'.gains
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Forty persons of btarke took in tke K. in connection with the late Are. tween Corbett and Fitzsim- .. ... wefwill give you. '- s
} HATS AND SHOES of P. excursion to Jacksonville Friday. mons, Governor Mitchell has
The New River Association of the Baptist entirely overlooked our encounter" I SRemember \

In ahoea out stork is very complete.Old church has been in session in this city. with High Pnces and, we .'

pnces prevail. Truby Stcrburng since Wednesday morning andwill be have knocked him out right
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s Every Description. Satisfaction. Guaranteed. & Co. continued until tonight The Association here in sight of the police. He

has heeD well attended nolh withstanding has fled the scene of the encounter .

Buy your onion seeds of H. C. Heiberger. very 1
... .We are mill doing business.
and his :
r Fresh let just received from Ber the inclement weather, and has finger-marks are .
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muda. '_ been a source of pleasure and profit to not seen on any of our goods. I ._. -- .at the old stand.
those in attendance. I
GROCERIES Mr. Wm. Yarnes, of Lake Butler, was II I : .

a pleasant caller at the TELEGRAPH office Mr. J. E. Harper one of Lake Butler'senterprising FOR PROOFOf

Wednesday.We merchants, was in town TRUBY

t and Fresh. Thursday, and gave a glowing report of I .
Staple and
Fancy. Complete Stock are buying cotton, reports to the the prosperity of his town. He says that II I the assertion call at our ,
contrary notwithstanding, Truby, Stern. I store and get our low prices on ..
the brick manufactured by the Lake But.
.. burg &: Co.Mesdames. everything in our line. STERNBURGtoo. 1x
ler Brick company are first-class, and
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} D. L. Alvarez and P. E. that a bandsom building is being erected

T.. R": SWEAT STARKE, Canova are visiting Mrs. N. D. Wain- with the product, of Use kiln by home. SAPP & LIVINGSTON, : f;

,. ,. FLA.' right, in Gainesville. parties. torro8ITE nsox's BOAKDISG HOUSE. l ..

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:K ,' .Secretary'J. Sterling, Morton bed A SONG AT 'EVENING/; ,Juliet wreathed in the delicious, and a sorrowful shame filled her breast, T r. WORDS OP'\TISDOH.VJ te -, AN*, AUTUMN. : 'IDYIitr V',;.; ;

feTes that eating ,potatoes, causes In the last enchanted .light odor of her lilies pensively, and turned Boland Brennan's tact staved oft dir ]j jtr, A brown maid crossed-the-bill,one,f."

.... .., ". rheumatism.. r That ia'neither night nor gray daylight, homeward. Her adventure had r beena covery until late in the autumn. ? '" ._ Borrowed','.. tr u1les"are"; the' heaviest.. :And careleBsIysang' as she passed:'
--1'< ) ': In the shy light of the pleasure, but it left a regret.. Juliet knew that by a word, smile* In the eyes of A mule short ears area "The:summer has come and passed'*
... twilight, !'I met anybody nice ".she she madethis' handsome lover very; ,
never so ,
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!I' deformity. months the'
:A, physical culture professor. says spit and shady, little lady resentful 'I' ,
and if arid
said. "But he will lorget'me. happy/ proud '
Comes : I -We may our friendship, but day, : j*
that.-walking. backward trill cure nerd roaming through the gloaming: That her* Aunt Lambert relative was to be made miserable by shape ?
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Comes not love. : are
A-rlnging such our :
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'. rous headache every time. It's'a.. sim said the fact that she loved this forbidden 4 i
r j I As a nightingale can only I 'will be 'discreet he loved her,- i Nothingkill self respect; everything cay, l
-pie "My dear, hope yonngman'as dearly as
you
remedy. What
t. ,: I When: he'd lonely sand a-winglng. wounds it. matter If love only last f f,
I I as you are'pretty-about making she could not feel quite altogether to M
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.... ., "Now that' Lieutenant Peary has his tender-hearted clamori "Yes, aunt," murmured Juliet, witha If Aunt Lambert had 'been stern i would be no men. And' answered the words of the(.mi,,

\( pot back from Greenland doesn't. 1 I Hakes the red blood surge and hammer little blush. she would not have cared at all, buy I A bald-headed man parts his hair on 'Nft'work could be heavy no sorro-ni.

k:-. BUm to have found out anything, of i I I And the pulses thrill and start; "Be choice-be select. Above all she was the most'indulgent of guar the what-is-left side. throng. 'y

::.r', nine," observes the New Orleans PicO I'j! my lady,little dear one, don't admit the Brennans to your ac dians, and Juliet could not be alto- I I When men lie they most always No weeks could be weary,no
t ,With your shining eyes so near one. ,. ; quaintance." gether happy, though she.lay among I wearily' fterward. '\ long, *:-tt: ; :"*
:i.:., ayune. All the world is fall of rapture "Who are they, auntie?" the roses and fed on the lilies of life. yawn And life would bo pleasant,for,nantit'
'i. --- i hate lie matter
A manwill a no
.;" Society gentlemen in New York Citylave At the capture of your heart. "The Brennans are uncle and Then Mrs. Delight Phillips came how good wbite'it look. ; JtO wrong'; e "..;e;
: nephew who live on the next estate, from abroad. may With you for my sweetheart: ,"h.]
decided on plum color for.even! So the while we listen nightly ITo There are have a great j
separated by the river. Colonel Bren- She was a pretty blooming' womanof peoplewho p;:'Ji
and
ing dress for men. Man is retreating the bird that lilteth brightly. nan is very wealthy, and Roland, his forty, evidently with a perfectly deal'of religion,but- no- ,-love.. As the: day/lad the maIdenjo

before the new woman, exclaims the !I Kiss me lightly, where all whitely t nephew, in his heir. The former is a. sound heart. She had been a widowa I In nine cases out of ten the man who ,. son went"> >._po
Gleam the Jest as the down
stars in above ,
heights ,
bachelor. She had a smile, and has.u'ches paid.too jauch for them. '
sunny
Wichita (Kan.) Herald. year. ,
While the twilight dims and darkens They met, fox their paths both led i
"Why musn't I know them?" asked Juliet liked her. I some couldn'tbe *
There are people who -A' 1,t1<
And the brooding silence hearkens ,..waY :
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Juliet The latter had committed herself to ) .f'';., :'S
The builders of To my pleading to heeding made interesting"even a9 charactersin And he said to hen "Tarry
twenty-story sky your Bo- wjttm ,I
"On with
account of a family fend which a secret skating expedition novel.
t complain that it is difficult Little love! a And she answered him softY, ; ."Wift
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scrapers has existed for twenty repliedthe land Brennan. The river was frozen '
W. years We be sighted, but we : Trill q ::.. -t '
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near stay .
Carry,in Godey's Yagutne.I ; may .
obtain tenants for the higher floors old lady, solemnly. "Twenty i for the first time.and both were pas "It'.;
;, !can always tell a check for two dollars And they nevermore journeyi"
and this I years dear, must know sionately found of the amusement. "
possibly has done somethingto ago my you "
discourage the erection of I NEVER A SHADOW SINCE that my daughter, your Aunt Delight, I She had run lightly down the snowy from a poem. ,.s-Miller, I'attbylu', --,1r.At .,
buildings i j I was a very pretty girl. She was engaged garden, and had caught Roland's arm No man, is ever thoroughly introduced -,r r....,;. ":,

twenty, or even fifteen stories high. to Colonel Brennan-then only with a merry salutation, when two to himself who spends most of PIT AND' ;iP!Q')
:BY CLARA ASPEN. in furs his time alone. !
Lieutenant Brennan. He seemed fond figures, warmly wrapped .
Says the Boston Globe: "The old UT isn't she pretty, of her; she adored him. Suddenly, stepped from under the pine trees. The father should fear to walk -- .t: .4.:1h.;"" ,'
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buttle fields of the country bid fair to though ?" murmured without cause or explanation, he .jilted Belaud started violently; the little where it would not be safe for his Jones"Uow'a'Wheeler: .

become Mrs Lam- Delight-dropped the engagement skates dropped with a clang from' children to travel. along since;he- bought a ,hio
as famous for the
I'. eloquence bert.Mr. in silence, and she making her wedding Juliet's nerveless hand. When you ,go "into the ,closet.for,., Brown-"On crutches' I belie?
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battles fought upon them. Some of t by a look poor girl. your safe along. '"This is a change for the'

the best I too full of gratification "Her lather threatened to shoot "Mr. Roland Brennan I" pronounced, I to. remarked
"specimens of American} eloquence If we;love .much wo are .ranch,. no' Wigwag as thftjeuluar|
beginning with Lincoln's f for words. him, but I said, 'No violence!I' I pre- Uncle Lambert stiffly. matter ether-.we: have any gold on him eleven ,tens for a $lf.*
They were not ferred the dignified course. I nursed The four eyed each other lemnly: Philadelphia Record. 14 *: t.

Gettysburg address have, first been quite in their dot i my poor child, dragged her,about in in the moonlight. Roland was the', depositor A.. not..i -->The South-West. Little Girl (to her mam )-$' .
Tittered the sites of old battle these a i """""'i .
two old % .
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age I travel-kept her from mourning her first to recover himself. a.dud letter, please?' 4Mi; mi '
fields." people, but they .. self to death-until I met Admiral "Mr. Lambert," he said, "give ma: A Campaign- Trick. "Ono ,that: has beef--given,toj

were very old, and Phillips, and I persuaded 'Delight to an opportunity to talk this over with: The following.story.is told, bv: ,Ed-, father to post."-HousehoJdTiCholly

.' It is remembered of the late Mr. the appearance of marry him. He was older than she, ward J. MoDermott in an article entitled '

Houghton, the Boston their long expected but he was rich and a fine man, and I you"No time like the present. Cometo "Fun on the Stump," in tho Cen- Yachtsman-"Ob, conlil'

publisher, that niece at their home had producedupon knew would make her a good husband, the house." said Uncle Lambert.So turv : .your mainstayShe, (looking'
he was wont to tell 'a characteristic them an overwhelming and I four clock)_"You are. No one'ohi'
sensa knew she would learn to love the marched into the dimly A"few years ado a plain country '
story of Noah :.Webster. Houghton tion.Not him. She did; but we have never lit front drawing: room. The back II 1 doctor and a Mr. May who was fond of after half past 11. -Syracuse Poi
in only was it a novelty to have s forgiven Colonel uncle She sat before meat the'P'ayi1;
was a boy a printer's shop when an Brennan-your drawing room was quite dark. I Jewelry and wore valuable diamond

odd-looking old gentleman came in young person in the house, but such a and I-and we never shall !I"'IHas "I can never, never forgive Juliet!I" stud in his shirt bosom were running The She house was a was beauty'quite full,"the air( 4.was '1?

{.. one day to make him promise that he perfectly radiant creature was rare in he married?"asked Juliet, her sobbed Aunt Lambert breaking down for the Legislature in one of our The playwas out of sf hL
"' any house. blue eyes wide with this. disastrous and throwing herself into an easy counties. The race was close and hot. -:EostoaNo C
{ would always set up the word "cen- I Such a face of roses and lilies with love tale. chair. At one speaking the doctor made the Maude, dear the tailor:.c

t ter" not "centre." The dictionary burnished curls of gold drooping- on "No. I never knew whv.. '" replied. 'Bnt I fail to see." commenced ,, following: fierce and dangerous: thrustI scarcely make a' good mat: '
t
is said the] low brow-sweet eyes of dark violet Mrs. Lambert. Roland both the I although he does
man to have traversed New manfully addressing his opponent: "Fellow citizens, agent, press,"
England on this errand to printers and heaven's own smile Another afternoon found Juliet old people, "where we have done any don't you want nn*honest' man in tho people's suits for them.-PailaisI]

Nothing like Juliet Faye's beautywas again in the garden. harm. How could I help loving Juliet Legislature? Of course you do. Now Record.'

L t ever seen at Waluntville, and the Her footsteps strayed again to the having first seen her by accident? what sort of ,man is my opponent? Fogg says they are quits ,stylist:
I i Kentucky{ must take the medal for old people were sure, with her gentle lily pool. I! would die to save her a sorrow I Why, gentlemen look at that magnif- his boarding house. '1'ha'senu

,".r pretty brides, admits the Atlanta Con. manners, that she Wad good as she was Looking across the river, and seeing Have a care, Mr. Lambert, how you i icent diamond ha wears! It is almost not in livery, but the breakfait,

stitution. Here is what an effulgent pretty. the walls of a grand, gray mansion rising slight so honest a love as mine for is big and bright as the head-light! on six mornings in the ''weelL="

\ -, society,reporter on the Republican She was the youngest child of Mrs.Lambert's among the green, a suspicion that your niece, who, excepting you has & locomotive. Your eyes can hardly Tran cript., ::--
Maysville .' youngest sister, lately deceased she had already admitted one of the no other friend in the world, I be- stand its glare. It is worth hundred "I am moving to-day: nec\tIt

I wV r, has to say of a very recent and she had come to the Liliesto forbidden Brennans to her acquaint. lieve. Am I so bad a match for her?" -may be thousands-of dollar3. .At V ,could not, pay the .reujl'v"firstrate I",

: eharmer: "The bride is a demi- reside permanently."Sixteen ance crept into her heart. "Your uncle, young man, treated what valuation do you suppose he has I am moving for the

t ..., b blonde, about the average height) I. : Old enough to come Yet a blush and smile illuminatedher mv daughter very badly!I" exclaimed put :'? for taxation in his, return to,. :reason ; let's change quarters ;,

.f.. with an exquisitely rounded form. I out, murmured Mrs. Lambert. "And lovely countenance as she saw the Mrs. Lambert. "The family feud-" the State assessor? Why, at the ''pitiful Fliegende Blaetter. it
such a little lady !f Lydia Bellinghamhas | pretty canopied boat float out from "H let it end '
:re pronounced a sum of twenty dpliarsl" The crowd
: } She has a face like a richly tinted lily such : Miss Planephace (exhibiting
hers i"
no girl the
I among among willows. pleasant voice from behind, and Mr?. yelled for the doctor. Three days '
f ,silken lashes sh&de'eyes of the richest Now it had secretly vexed dear Mrs. "Good afternoon," called out the Delight and an elderly gentleman advanced later'the two met again in joint de 'hotograph-uEve17bod.r: V say:

I .'y., hazel, while cunny brown hair, such Lambert that Mrs. Bellingham, her young man across the lily pads, and I into the apartment. "I have bate. Again the doctor took up his : does not do me justice. is.a Mine mitt'P
r I social rival, had always a crowd of indeed he looked "Evidently the artist .
? as'painters quite vivacious "I forgiven Colonel Brennan. theme
love and poets sing of, ; flaIling and 'held forth eloquently I t -Boston' Transcript { ,r
\ clusters about tier pretty granddaughters and nieces at was in hopes you would come down "I was lied to by a rival," inter- and passionately in denuucia- : ; ,
fair
young brow. her house, making the place, since here. Isn't it ?" I, 'Ab. no;I do not doubt your lots"rHer
She I a lovely day rupted Colonel Brennan. "I was in- I lion: of dishonesty and diamonds, and voice with fondness thrill-, off
was ,
.. attired in an artistic gown of 1 young ladies are irresistibly attractive, He pulled up among the bobbing dnced to believe that Delight was to ;;J:false statements; and then he again: "I know that.you would dlefQBja- 't

cream, ,low corsage, demi-train, and, I very popular. But net one was to pads. jilt me at the last minute. I denied told of May's false return io the as.I But would you. pay my bails? .f.!' _

3; :tip. carried 'a peerless bouquet of rose'a compare with the lovely Juliet. "Would you like some more lilies?" myself ever seeing her again, but I I shave "Look at that gorgeous, pin =: Washington, "''

1;' : buds. Her manner is suave and she I Juliet, escaping, after two hours'examination "Yes," returned Juliet, "but- been very unhappy man my I(I gentlemen! My eyes can hardly endure Customer-"A loaf of bn '

is a charming from her relatives' presence but," she faltered "I am afraid you friend When I had reason to beI I I I its dazzling rays. Solomon in all ''''please." Baker-"Five-cent loaf
\ ;,S. V V companion. was allured
of the old garden. I forbidden to know them." I loved "I will take of the loaves tb'
f f was far away. Before I could "Hold on there, doctor! said May. one
': A Western theorist thinks that if It was indeed a garden of lilies. He looked up with au understanding reach her she was married. After all *-Do: you mean to say this'Piuis ,worth sell for five cents.-Somerrille Ja

} Yellow day-lilies drooped in beds, glance and a smile. these she has : nal. '
:: all the farmers should not to years forgiven me. more than twenty dollars?
) '.:. plant for one ,the agree world j;i. white ones gleamed, and clumps of "If I am, you will have to excuse "We arc to be married at Christ i ""Yes, .I do-twenty times or fifty The Complaining, Boarder! ,
l year would I spotted tigers glowed in the sun, while me for it. We will have the lilies in mas, so let resentment against these times twenty dollars!I" ;meat is about the toughest! that: "
'
' :" .starve. Could such a scheme be carried the red velvetly amaryllis burned like any event," pulling at the long, glistening young folks end. Let us'all be happy I I "Would'you give twenty dollars for i icame across.! .The',. .I'hil'

' ,', out the New York Sun believes it fire among the green. pink-green stems; "now these together," said Delight with her it, doctor?" (Board'ei-'Yes: ; but t! ei. thbie;

,f might cause ,considerable. discomfort Coming at length to the water, the are regular beauties-the finest of the sunny smile, which was so contagious "Of course! 1 would." :very.little of, it, you know"-' '
girl uttered a cry of delight; for dap- season. Glad I do for that Aunt Lambert I .
can
I fl::\ to Nations that depended for food something snatched weeping ; "Well, you can have it for that.! Transcript. I v
? pled with sunshine, shimmered<< hosts you. It's verjyjolly to have a I Juliet to her breast and kissed
her.
; "All Realization
:' what young right!I" said, the doctor, and : Nephew-"Do:
,I,;. .:' ., upon they raise by cultivating I of lovely white water lilies. She lady down here. I was lonesome. Do Then all the women kissed eaoh I! he hurriedly counted out, the money ::kcow, uncle, I dreamt last night J .
the soil but there clasped her jeweled hands in I
are vast inhabited ecatacy. you want more? loading her other and the three shook hands. '
any
men [ and took the Then lent
r She pin.. May rose tspeak o !Iyou meS14L'?:, .Uncle (?ell .
regions and millions of people who was certainly charming in her hands. "Won't you come into the And there has never been a shadow of f and the crowd cheered him. ;ly) -"Is that so?. -Ah well '
; .live well and azure dress and with pretty uncovered boat?" he added earnestly, seeming trouble in the family since.-New He was'undoubhedl ... "
tEem
f comfortably upon prodigal head, at the edge of the water and I "game'rand hon you i may keep Otto. _.
; to apprehend that the meeting would : York Journal., est. He to take what he '!Pe
f r. nature, reaping what no man has the was willing oquet. .tJ.
perhaps occupant of a little
; canopied end "it'snice
t now ; here on the water,
< f +4 j sown.. It might be well for farmers boat up the river thought so, and very comfortable, and if I f' said the'pin" was worth. He was elect "Yes," said the businessman:: ; toe

./. C'c occasionally to combine in lessening I for silently\ the boat glided away,from Brennan, I am respectable," he added.am a ALBattle With JSIomitain\ Lion. ed. A week 'after the election li .;clergyman "I've lost' i: oo'd. deal'
> y called on the doctor and said "Doc "
: J Jfaway
its time in life.
j the of certain and moorings among the willows and He met her wistful eyes with He above the and my "By frittering'
'" acreage crops, came slipping along the dark watersof sym saw, ledge a little tor, I don't want to rob you of your I suppose?" "No, bybeia
; : thereby keep well within the lines of the pathy. beyond, the ears and head of a lion, money. ,Here's yonr twenty dollar to ::.
pool. punctual my appointment
'itJ"
"Ion
.. want to go-I see do. as it sat the deer. Jake '.
y you watching rose' "
: : reasonable demand That pin you bought was paste. I
t : a ,I for the purpose "Would you like some lilies?" askeda And got ;:Boston'Courier.
see. don't know that I in
you :you : his saddle to place a bullet as he it in Louisville after first speech. y
I j1 ;:, of securing a fair return for their baritone voice. am a Brennan," he laughed. said, midway between those earswhen Here is real diamond.your If I "If were only pretty," she w; _

:r b- labor, but whenever,this has been attempted And turning, startled, Juliet saw I "No," faltered Juliet. a powerful lion leaped from behind a serve my yon,"'let me know." catever : '"Ypn can easily become so." saii, ,

k IJ; r.r the agreement has been ignored the handsomest young man she had And the sunshine was so bright on tree on the ledge of rock above, and friend. "How?" "Disappearteriously. a. .

i i" x ever seen in her life sitting in the the crystal stream; the shadows so striking him in the chest, carried him -- 'I never read of a girl wM!
by .a large majority of those stern of the boat :The Water Tre
his .
pretty hat in his golden-green under the willows, thee .1 If his horse, headlong down the ; disappeared mysteriously who wsa
mountain
AJ
who,subscribed to it, the chances for hand. The voice, the attitude, th distance she M. Dn' harte made Post. ;
I' so alluring, set a little and his horse ran wildly away.A recently knownto pretty. Chicago ..,- ,p
;' obtaining high prices being too great courteous question, disarmed apprehension foot in the boat and in a moment: was moment later Jake was lying on his: the French Academy of Sciencesthe

.t;,., V a temptation to'be resisted.Harper's far down the river, winding between back in the snow, his head up hill, I. results of an experiment made by Facts Ibsnt : ltq' I

- ; ....< "Yes, I should she replied, with the rushes. and the beast standing over Turn with' M.: Maxima Lecompte in Congo upon j,, N.

i ,i only a natural constraint A heaven on earth followed, "for one paw planted firmly on his chest,' I a tree of the genus Musenga. Upon The Portuguese shoa'hai a wools{
Weekly says: "Herre- In- an.instant the young gentlemanhad gay youth loves gay youth," and the other slightly lifted, and wagging making incisions in the trunk ot it sole and heel, with a vamp mad*'-v;

I W: I shof is a name with only a limited changed his seat and shot among green' and blue were glad together its tail in delight, while its hot breitu' and placing a pail at the foct of the patent leather, fancifully sl1owin;!hI?
them. In a moment he had a great, that afternoon. But when Juliet tree than ten flesh side of the skin. The Per_,
Jlf' amount of Yankee twang to it, but the was exhaled into Jake's face. His first more quarts ol, pure .
: Herreshoffs have been New Englanders fragrant, dripping handfal, and the sprang upon the grass again the smile impulse was to hold dpwn his chin water collected in thirteen hours. The footgear is a raised shoe aud is oKo;

.. for young girl's eagerness and delight faded from her face. tightly, to prevent his throat being! gorillas, it seems, are in the habit of a foot high. It is made! of light wood;
r' more than a century, and are as brought a smile to his rather gloomy "I know well enough that you are torn open, while he cautiously felt for: slaking their thirst at these hid 1ea L richly inlaid, with a strap extemfia

I.; ; fully entitled to rank as .Yankees as if countenance. Roland Brennan," she said.IIT ank his knife. He found the knife and as' I I,fountains,, and regulate the flow of over,the instep. The Muscovite dtf ,

1'' they were Adamses or Perrys. Charles "Oh", I never saw anything so beautiful you for a nice time, but please don't he drew it a slight grating sound liquid at will by pulling off dill runt is hand-woven on a wooden framh4

<,'. Frederick HerresboSf came from Germany "I! she cried. ask me to go boating again. My aunt caused the lion to rebound at his feet, I sized branchas. Many years R-JO D:. and but little attention is paid to*& >.

'# in 1790 and settled suppose they are pretty, replied is very kind to me, and I don't wish and as he did so, it uttered a scream Wallich found in the province ol;: shape of the foot. Laather is EOme-...
.
on a farm the young man;; "but I've seen them to disobey her." which Martaban Africa times used but is geaewf>> -
rF, Jake knew only gave him thee : a ,plant belonging: the sandal
on Prudence Island in Narragansett i every June for five yearn, and thehaven't y "But what am I to do?" asked th chance of a moment. It was a call for I to the same natural order, whosa sort made of silk cordage and woolen clot-j{I

;\ Bay. Captain "Nat" Herreshoff who 1.. the charm of novelty for me. young man quickly. "I never had the other lion. Fearing to make a and porous wood discharge, when' The Siam shoe has the form of all" ,

I { V was christened "Nathaniel Greene, : Indeed, nothing here has." You are a such a happy afternoon in my life. motion of escape or resistance, he wounded a very lana quantity of a cient canoe, with a gondola bow :

is one of the nine children of "I stranger He had, are you not? Whv, I'm terribly lonesome. My moved his hind back in the snore, in pure and tasteless fluid, which ;wai an open, toe. The sole is made d;

t* Frederick's It is of .I pushed his boat among thrushes e uncle won't let me associate with Tom, search of his rifle, which had been quite wholesome, and was used as a wood, and the upper',of inlaid Y
son. him that to hand her the flowers
i and Dick and Harry, even if I wanted to, lost in the fall. His finger touched beverage by tho, natives. This.pla.utwas and cloth, and the exterior fs eIabor"
: Mr. Rateey, the British sailmaker who : sat looking over his shoulder at the because wo are rich and must keep up the stock. He cautiously pulled it named by Dr. Wallioh the water 'ately'ornamented in colors with go :.

;- sailed on the Valkyrie, said: "Hcrre- roseate"Yes face I she turned to him. the dignity of the family. And he .! down by his side, and still looking his vine, and has been placed in the genus and silver. The sandal worn by **,'
have
kt thoff.is a genius, and has mastered it ,I live. Mrs., Lambert come is to the Lilies to won't let me take up a profession or captor straight in the eyes slowly Phytocrene, which signifies "plant' Egyt> ans is composed of a sole aw;'
aunt.
my learn a business because he wants to turned the ride till its fountain. These form thick es"*.,
: alL He is not only a naval architect The muzzle faced plants a remarkable by sticking together three
and I low whistle.young man gave vent to a soft, keep mo with him. He's a grand old the lion. The bullet passed through exception to the usual char of leaiher. This is held to the foot b1;,

r;' "designer, but an engineer as he said. fellow; but, oh, it's dreadful here for its heart and it sank on Jake's feet. acter'of \the, order, "which embraces passing's'band across the instep.! 'J.I':

oi: well. Whether Captain? Nat has Then"Sorry, me. I suppose you.tb.ink it cruelty, Before he could move from his helpless : species'that produce a milky juice sandal is 'beautifully attachad v

t "mastered it all," or whether the perfect wearied laughing, and with his usually butl've come to almost hate the place, position, the other lion bounded such, for example, as the celebrated threads of different colot.9.-D hOb ,

i build expression displaced by one and now I like you so well you- over the and cow tree of South .America Freo Press. '
.. ability to yachts is the result j of mirth, he was such a handsome you precipice, somewhat over- : which
of the combined knowledge and I fellow that Juliet was lost very in admiration | are going to"throw me over. leaping its mark, lit in the snow, and yields a. copious supply of-a rich and .
"Oh no, said Juliet, blushing. "Icouldn't instantly received a bullet in its brain. wholesome milk, as good as that of the
talent of all the available ; but in an instant the The Earth's Shadow.
Herreshofi girl's expression do anything rude "
so inno The two lions lay dead, not ten feet cow, and used for the same purpose. -
( brothers is a question of interest, but changed." cently. "I-I presume we shall meet apart.-Outing. Public Opinion. The: length of the shadow which tt '
"Why? she asked. "
not of great importance so long as the I "Well sometimes? earth casts into apace has attracts
know. "
her
you replied companion "Where? some ofmoon. tbs>
t; yachts are built. Three of the frankly, "I haven't such A sacra; Bat Head.. 'attention since the eclipse
seen "In Gigantic .
't; brothers society. I am to be at the picnic ; Lily. This shadow is in the formd.
: are blind, and the head oi f pretty girl as ;yon ore since I have tomorrow and There has just been placed earULas
; aunt
is on ex
to with
taken
my There is a cone: the diameter of the
i a the business concern at Bristol is the lived here, and I would like to have a me next week to now growing in the Vie. hibition in the Third Egyptian Boom
spend a few days toria Tank of the Royal Botanical Society ,, its,base. It,is 864,000 miles loa1W
: eldest introduction and call at your home, if with Mrs. British Museum, an, .unrolled '
of them, John Brown Herre Bellingham. in Re 'specimen' That 'Is if traveled intoaway spsctt'
ent's
{ I Park,.London you ,
it was any other place. But at the one of the embalmed
: "Good '
(1 thoff. How the blind brothers bring I Lilies-out of the question," he i I Then I eee my way clear" of the finest plants of the royal water dile. sacred croco from the earth, more than thr*

a I their wits to bear on such a businesi : cluded. con exclaimed the young man, throwing lily ever seen in Europe. The surface eighteen The feetin mummy measures over ,times as far as the moon, the ahsdot",
his hat length and
up enthusiastically. is beauti.fully iwould Barr
still the
shield }
:; as boat-building is a mystery to all Then, as she regarded him in At the covered by the plant is over 400 preserved. The you from
r t perplexity picnic at Mrs. Bellingham' eyes, as with provided what rut
feet. There remained
p seeing people, and continues to be almost : he lifted his straw hat, and hospitable house square are ten gigantic human mummies, appear"to have you on :
with at parties and holly,, leaves, each measuring over feet been be called the night side of the IS:*
pleasant seven
a parting glance, removed ,
I as great a mystery after then I out of the pool and round pulled> this Romeo and Juliet met; and, in diameter, while eeveral of the beau previous to embalming, but The diameter of the sun is 865,00)
away a sud the teeth of
the which four '
though *
I methods'of work have been explained.It. den,bend of the river out of sight girl's heart quaked sometimes tiful flowers'are open.-New York visible still are plainly' miles, ,that of the earth is 7026 mi1A
under are
her aunt's proud old eyes. 1 Mail and Express. Ultact.Westminsterud and the distance from the sun to 1'.
t.,
... 1 earth is 93.000.000
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'. {. ("',','...:..."...'''"''t,.. .. '. .: ..I Addrcls From, tlie'Kxcculive Commit.tee The Industrial Condition as Reported. His.. Birthday Celebrated. at the A tfan. FLORIDA"CENTRAL: AND S1JTTiROk1k- .

Statin;; What Will be Done. .f rthe Past Week. .ta Exposition. _. ,, : -

f' !'ihc: execntivo;committee uppoiittedby. The reports as to" industrial conditions Three thousand employes of ,the Florida and 'North rilAir .Lin&and I
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<<:. EARI'1QDbIIE .SHOCKS. :the Confederate; memorial committee all over' the south, received for Plant system'of.railways and;;steamships .

.I 4 J.. .FUOhIOCEAIxt.TO .OCEAN.,, -which. assembled' in Atlanta few the past! ,week,, how that temporary 'met t Atlanta. 'Monday to' celebrate Florida ;Trunk Line. ,'

".1 .' days ngo,'has issued the following'address changes in prices do not have any.decided Plant. ; system 'day at the"exposi. J"IME'T' BLE IN EFFECT' OCT.; 7, .I89B83 -. .' '

to the 'pnblie, defining the present effect on, the volume of;Imsiiiens tion. They came on special ins andas .

't Ple".na'h, From Their Houses In : ..tnt as: and prospects of the. movement which steadily, increases.. :Iron is not soon as 'the exposition:gates were ..... > .1 I .. I .' .rq.tao ....
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Alarm-Damage. Very Slight. : in as active'' demand as a'month ago, opened they began pouting into the "" 3 ,e,;>' oS PocrrslIv C'2 ,' 1 a a g.
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. by the Confederate Memorial Associa- stock from accumulating in the'yard, ployes of the immense system there -- '
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: Iarthquakeshockawerefelt throughout tion at its meeting, convened in this and inquiries show that a'very large came many of the prominent officialsof ..... a s Op. '. 7 03p() 812-t* ....Ynire..ar'. 9 40a .;.... 812a ....-

$-'. ,the United' States from the Atlantic i city, by order of General John B. trade"" is not yet supplied. Pipe makers the lines. 9 4tJu! S.{.,.,,,..,. s ;: ...:. ...... &arFrnaud !9 tlu, GSCp ...... 735aElegant 5 00p'
;: to the Pacific and from Maine toy Gordon, '. general commanding the ** structural iron manufactures re- At the exposition grounds all of the ...... ..... 5. S4p; 955aU42a: .Evel'en.&r. 742a 7C2p444p; ,1 .1......... ...- -
y- the Gulf at about five o'clock', Thurs- United Confederate Veterans Associa- : heavy business at firm prices. visitors went to' the 'Plant system ...... ....... .... ..... '&'ns'vickLv ...... ..._ ...... ..:.., ..-' .. .
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day morning. At'm&I1Y places three tion, and this day. adjourned, beg to Lui-er men report encouragingly as building where they viewed the magnificent ............ ...... I041p ll &0a IvSVnn'h 546a 4S4p ... .. ... ...::.
distinct chocks were felt. The first give through the press a summary of I to the situation from their standpoint, exhibit made: there. At 12 I...... ...... ...... &, 12361 141puFa1rfa.xl. 350 2S2p148t so: ..... ........ -.
'.: was preoeded 1>y a mighty roar like proceedings for the information of our I Icumrn.Jes and quote higher prices and activity o'clock they went to the place where .. .. ...... ...... g. 6.( :; ..... ...... .,..-.
r. ,thunder. This shock in .. .... .... :. ..-... c'L i'a 225p "Denmirk: S05a > c, a ::1.-.......:. ......
which
, that of distant and the friends our move- making shipments, in some the Columbian liberty bell is located .... H ... ... ... -
...... ...... ...... 255a: 400p "Coluni- 13'a1105p. 110a. .:...... 'o. ,
. lasted fully 20 seconds, and a second i ment. places is greater than the ability of and Mrs. Plant rang the bell in honorof ...... ...... ....... .2H| ..__.. ...... "Sp'rt'nUV. *" ..... ..._.. 9 !_too.0"1. .. .. ....... .-..-. "
and third, not quite so violent, lasted i The committee, composed of one the railroads to supply the cars. the day which was being celebrated.At ...... ...... ...... 3 .3 10 OOa847a ......\1.AM' h eTl e.' ... .... .. fZ"7011.1 =".:.... ...-.. .-.--
?- about 12 seconds. The vibrations were member from each division of the U. A good deal of attention has 1 o'clock in _..... ...... .....2 ? 8'JOp933J: l' "Charlotte 8 40a ce-s ;J...... .:.... .....-
they began assembling _..... ...... ...... ::::ti Valwhiry .. ... 730* o a '........._.._.. ...a+.
! from. southeast.to northwest. : C. "V. Association, organized by the been attracted to southern textile the auditorium and when the exercises ............. ...... -e:: 10 15" 1.)4 ,"Gr'nab'ra'. 747p 604ai45a i.*,, '" :... ..-.........
a Advices received from nearly every : election of Comrade J. H. Carter, of mills by visits from many of the largest began there were 5,000 people in the .................... g;? q 11 40.i l'2 OOH|:".D tnviUe" GlOp ::..:. ..... ..-... ....-.. r
t., city in the United States show: that Kentucky, permanent chairman and cotton mill operators in the building. .. .... ...... .... .. _'p_ 2 Ooa .'"Kichm'nd" ..... .=. ::: ..... ...........- ;
disturbance was general over a Northeastern States who have beenat _.. .. ...... .... .. '='j; 143p 153i"Lynchb', {:" ......123)3.\\a ; 1.........." a;
. the : Comrade Howard Williams, of Georgia, When President Plant and his party _..... ...... .. .... o 335. .Ch.rl.tIlTle' 227p lOSa- ........... ;+
'.',: large area of country. In the larger : permanent secretary. the Atlanta meeting of the Northeastern entered the building the crowd cheer- ...... .... .. ...... | ;| 83 n'. 642t '..U15a 1005p..?... ...... "... .j.-- ti
1 cities tall buildings were'rocked and A sub-committee of five was appointed Cotton Manufacturers' Asso- ed for .. ....................+=. v 11 2V> 805 "B'ltimore4FhiUdel. 9 4a ..... ..... .j.404p .
several _
{ violently shaken, causing,the inhabit- the chairman order business ciation. Mills in operation have been minutes. Hon. W. A. ...... .... .. ...... .'; 28s 10 2T\ "' ." 7 20a .5.5p.\ ..... .....
! them in alarm. by on .of Hemphill, the vice.president of the ...... .... .. ...... 620.' 12 Wo e""York.. I215a ..... ..'..:... :, -
ants to rush from which reported, recommendingthe worked to their full capacity, and exposition made the .
welcoming
,
Although the quake caused considerable appointment of subcommittees more are in active work than at any 'speech. He thanked the Plant sys- Through Day Coaches Jacksonville Waabngton on Nos. 37..n.133.

fright and apprehension dam- one on charter, one on address and previous time. Some complaint is tem for their interest in the buildingand HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE

ago was very sl ltbt. The only reportof one on ways and means, which was made that the margin of profits is eo their attendance. He congratulated CIK.CINNATIJACKSONVILE.To. 8'. Login. Chicago.. Sioux Ciiy.N p .

o serious nature was'received from done. narrow, but as n whole, the southern Mr. Plant upon his lifo work <>861 1 l t NoS'S .
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Oadsden, Ala.,'which was to the effect The committee on charter reportedthe cotton mill men are doing well, and upon having organized his splendid .-"."= Jhica.ro. Toledo _....,:; tl Opla Lr .....Javk: 4>avli' < .... Ar 10 30 in930pm .
that several houses were wrecked and a draft of a charter incorporatingthe new mills continue to be organized. of railroads and a5 c, c:. o'= o"2 Cleveland.Loaivi'.l, Detroit., ..., aa'i... 6 OOara Lv ..._....Atianfa! : ...... Lr..
system
number of people injured.* Confederate Memorial Association Fluctuations in the cotton market do upon reachinghis .:;:: {-jl'-, : :;_-c 13 OOn'n .. ..Birminsl-am. ..'. 0"" ""r-" .
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76th tiprngs.... 720am730pm .
birthday. xA z .- ....Holly ,
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A special'from'Jackson, Miss., states : which report was received and the not materially affect the manufacturers Hr. Hemphill was followed by Mayor &ia Nabbville' ., 7 Siam .... ..8-. Lon-8..... **
that the..fQrceof.: the shock was so i committee instructed to deliver same or grower, as purchases are madeat Porter King who extended the welcome __ Indianapolis._ a : .' .......Chicasp!: ;... .... 135' pa730am ",
great that number of buildings to the executive committee with prices which gives a profit to manufacturers 15P1D// .......Dl1buq,e...... # I955a
authority of the to the railroad 7 805() 62:>pmLVJackfS'v'J.eAr10S0.1D1 "
city men. ..... ,,
....Sionx City 800pmThronsh
were rocked'perceptibly. Should the for it to make any amendments and cotton growers have President then 8-15pmAr.Evcrett.Lv.. 742am{:::::: .. |....: '4
shocks occur again it is feared that the that might seem best, and to report it all sold at a fair profit this year. Hemphill proposed 4 Op 2 21&In .Ma on.. 12 10am ...... Pullman sleepers SL Louie and;:
three cheers for Mr. Plant
and as the 545 / .. .. '
830f &m "At1D.ntL"IOpm. .. JioCk<40lIvme. through CHicago or
capitol building will collapse, there to the full committee at their next Among the new industries establishedor crowd cheered Mr. Plant was escortedto ...... 945am100pm Lv Atlanta .... .... :..... Sioux city and Sleepers Jacksonville with bat oae .

already being some cracks a foot wide meeting, at the reunion of the U.C.V.in : incorporated during the past week, the center of the stand and when _..... ArChatn'gaLv ........ ...... ch..ne. : .
in the walls of, the third story, and the Richmond next May. I is the People's Cotton Factory, Montgomery -- KANSAS CITY LINE;Through 81eeiwJr- .
the applause subsided he thanked the .. ... 2 01 Lv.Atlanta..LY ........ .... to r.
generally is in a state of decay The committee Ala. $200,000 Broad Pm I Jack+uuvii1e to Hollv$pr pxa. Hotly Spring
building addresswas capital
upon appointed ; the officials of the fair on behalf of his .... 710pm ArChatn'Ra Lv 8 Warn ...... Ka.nou Ci'y. (one.ch&nsennly.)
'' and a constant source of danger to to prepare an address, explan- River Cotton Mill, of Colombia, 8. men for the reception that they had .... .._720am Ar Cin'naM Lv 8 OOpm ...... No. Su. iiiBBoari.Arfctntati, Indian No. 35
the employ. atory of the work proposed to be done C., with $150,000 capital, mills at An- received. I Territos].' I

for the establishment of the contem- niston, and Dadeville, Ala., and A resolution was offered by a prominent Day Coach on No. 33 through; to Atlanta. 620pm Lv.... JmcksonvfUa ..r. Ar 110 30am 4
J J "ATLANTA DAY." plated Memorial Institution,which ad- Lithonia, Ga., and a knitting mill at employe, providing that the 27thof 45pm Ar.......Everett--.... Lv 742am
., -- dress is now being prepared and will Valdosta, Ga. 43am Ar..Arlanta......... Lv| 930pm
The Whole' City Turns Qut to Take In bo given the widest circula- There is also reported the charterat October of each year be set aside as N.SO connection leave Atlanta at 12 OOn'n Ar..Birrainnham....... 1.25., ."-
the Exposition. possible a holiday on which to celebrate Mr. 11:45. m. for Chattanooga, arriving Chattanooga 10 00pm Ar......Memphis......... Lv 523amAr.
tion without delay. Moundaville, W. Va., of the Mounds- Plant's birthday. The resolution was 1:00 p.m. Jleepors to and from Jackson- 9 15*m ..SprinsfleliUMo.:; Lv 610pmAr
Not in the history of the city of At- The committee on ways and means yule Sand Co., capital: $500,000; the unanimously carried. villa OOpm .....Kansas Cif!....,... Lv 10 SQua
lanta has there ever been such an outpouring reported a plan for securing the Hunter Automatic Co., of Huntington -
means NOt -
Mr. M. F. Plant, a son of the dis- 6 Nos' 7N 3
of her population as on last necessary for the prosecution of the W. Va., with $200,000 capital and and 13 No. 9 South and West Florida and and 14 &d 10 ,
tinguished railroader addressed the
Thursday, "Atlanta Day." Whitehall work, which was adopted and the sub the Josseran<. Lumber Co., of Josso- assemblage and thanked them for the .-.-: Daily.950pm. Daily.905am. New Orleans. Daily.645am. billy. ,. -t

street, always the gayest thoroughfareof stance of which will appear in the rand, Texas, with $100,000 capital. magnificent gathering they had madein : ....... -Lv..Fema.ndlna..Ar.- ...... sropm350pm -= -. a

the city, presented only long series forthcoming address. The Central Peninsular Mining & honor of his father. c:: ........ 10 09am Lv......,.C liahan........ Ar ........ .... .'
of barred and locked. doors, and By'resolution of the memorial com- Muck Co., capital $50,000, has been There 1000am1055am Lv......Jacksonville.....Ar 45pm a :,
the patrolmen along the retail street mittee the execution of at Inverness Fla. was a reception beginning ;. 10 Wpm Ar........ Baldwin ........Lv 600am SOOpmlR4pm lot ..
the
work incorporated -I
street the doors determined a shortly before 3 o'clock by Mr. Plant, -., 12 13am 11 Olpm Ar .......Starke. .,.._...Lv 4.clam! ,
were trying
Just as upon was delegated to the $30,000 cotton oil mill is to be builtat at which he shook hands with his employee 1055amx7S5 12 85pm15Cpm Ar.........Waldo....,,....LvAr 4 2)am1153am l'25pm ;;.. t
they do when coming in on the night executive committee.As Denton, Texan, and the Beary O : m .......Oainesvilla .;. ....LvAr 11:55am ,Q a
watch. The only place where the soon as this address is. prepared Manufacturing Co., capital $25,000: holding a short and kindly .- .... .... 530pm .... ...Cedar Key._......Lv ........| t 15m: : Q
talk with all of them. He was 132am2C9am Ar..Hwthorno.LY 3 37am 12
usual life' and presented 132pm 9pm _
stir in
the was seen was copies of it, together with an explicit has been chartered at Roanoke, Va. with many tokens of the affec- cc 201pm ..........Citra..Lv 300am 12(tfpm s=.. ,

neighborhood. the union depot statement of the, plans agreed upon by An electric lighting company is reported tion and esteem of his and ..... ........ 2 38pm Ar......Silver Spring..Ly.....*.. ..i ... -:-O -
where steady streams of people poured the committee for securing the funds ut Lafayette, La., a fertilizer employes O: 3 05am 255pm I**r..........vCA.ft: ........ .. 50am 11119am7fOam. GO t+ *
,out into Wall street from the main en- Valdosta friends. The tokens were from 'the = ........ ...... .. Ar........Homcwassa ....Lv..*......
trance and where the call and of necessary to erect a great building or factory at Ga., flouring employes of all the companies controlled 4 2 jam 350pm420pm Ar.......Wildwood...:.....LvAr 11 55pm 1013am NCO;
: ;- cry memorial hall, will be mailed to all mills at Danville, Ky., and Graysville, : by Mr. Plant and were y 05am .... ,..Leesbnrg.,.,. ..LvAr I! 10pm 933am
the porter was heard as loud and bois- commanders of veteran camps for dis- Ya., and foundries and machine shopsat handsome. very ce 29-n 447pm .........Tavarea.........Lv 10 20pm 910am < fee
terr'U8.as"116ual. i 900am Ar.. ..... =
Alabama street the tribution members I 615pm .Orisada..Lv SOUpm 7j45am R.u
street of, banks and wholesale stores among to the no- Palatka, Fla., Greensboro, N. C., .:= 50pm! Ar.....Winter Park..Lv.**... 7<20am O P;
deserted.No ble women of the south, whose mighty and Huntington, W. Va. A large soap FAILED TO FIGHT., V 520am 429pm451pm AT..SU Catherine.......LvAr !1113pm 932am 4'. .
1 was influence in every work of good will factory is to be built at 'Louisville, 548am608im ........Lacoochee.......Lv 10 43pm 9 lOam a Q. ...;-
smoke came from the tall chim- be expected in this sacred cause and Gov. Clarke Balks the Pugilists-Cor- 'neya of the cotton factories, and the will be Ky., and woodworking plants at Way- bett Claims the Forfeit.A O 728im 6 11pm710Rm .... ....Plant City........LvAr 915pm ; .... .
f hum of industry hushed and as much appreciated by the cross, Ga., Moss Point, Miss., Charlotte % 900am600pm .........Tampa......Lv 805pm 7OOam;. -
was ;
surviving Confederate Veterans as N. O. Ethridge Tenn. and special from Hot Springs says: =
c:;)
I throughout the city the trip hammers, were their constancy, self-devotion Frost Texas. The long looked for day has come and LT..Ja.cluonviUe..Lv 710am 30dm r
the forges; the lathes were still, and al gentle and angelic ministrations dur- .* and still the championship of the : 10 45pm Il56im Ar.......Lake City no...Lv 518am 3-40am; rn e '
The enlargements for the week in- gone
silence 5 1215am200am 12 40pm Ar..Live Oak..Lv 434am IMam
" ''s'f' >* the like that of Sunday hung over ing the war; to .all organizations of clude a $25,000 addition to a breweryat world is in doubt. Corbett and Fitz- ; 134pm252pm ArAr........Madison...........LvMonticello. aSSam 12111am ...--.'

city. the Sons and Dau Confederacy Houston Texas a $50,000 additionto simmons did not fight Thursday nor 420am ........ ......,.Lv 210am 10 5Opm t.C
:, ', When the weather man announced ,whose filial appreciation of theirfathers' Thursday night and the chances are 530am 3S7pm Ar.......Tallahassee.......LvQuincy. 140am 8!lOpm == .
.over the telephone in the early morn a cotton mill at Charlotte, N. C., a ..... .. 432pm515pm Ar.... ..... ..........Lv 1243am1201am 65pm -
heroism we feel confident will at Sanford Fla. and not at all favorable for a fight.
that he tannery flouring -- Ar.BiverJnnclion..Lv ...zoo ..
ing was.unable to announce enlist their enthusiastic support and mills at Kline, W. Va. Among the Corbett is in Hot Springs and Fitz- Through Pullman 11 OOpm Ar..Pensaoola..LT. 620pm 515pm oH
anything favorable in reference to the 81e Jacksonville ........Mobile...... ;
to all other Confederate organizations.In bank simmons is in Little Rock. While it pen 305am735am Ar. Lv 215pm .. .* ..
., weather, on'e was' inclined to believe this new buildings are a $30,000 Australian has to hew Orleans. Ar..New Orleans..... Lv 943am .* *._ ..
memorial the
, him. hall will be.collectedand building at Georgetown, Ky., and one is true that a long -
When the daylight opened it preserved for future ages the rec- to cost $17,000 at Newport News, Va. reach, he cannot reach to Hot Springs. x Daily except Sunday t Connections at Tampa for 8t Petersburg. Manatee Hirer and ,
; was one.of the dampest, most disagree- ords, cherished relics and mementoesof Governor Clarke pulled Fitz and Key Weat and Havana steamer At Waldo steamer for Melroae. Connects at Tallakaa-'
able, most penetrating that At1&nta.lil1d a $12,000 church at Macon, Ga.. a see for St.Marks, Carabelle and Apalachicola. Connects. at River Junction 'for ChattahooebM
days the southern in their historic Julian in at Little Bock Thursday .
people $200,000 hotel building at MaconGo., river steamer Connects at Ocala for Homonatsa.
seen in a long time-and as struggle from 1861 to 1865. a large office building at Louisville, morning. All baggage will b* checked from Unioa Depot. Tickets will still be soil at the city tickat
it turned'out,Atlanta day, the day.of The site of this Memorial Institution Ky.and a $22,000 warehouse at Ports Corbett was driven out at 11:30 a. office, 202 Hogan. street, u well as at the Union Depot: ticket office.MARSHALL. ?
; all day, proved to be the most disagreeable ;
since the will be selected by a board of.administrations mouth Va. m. to Whittington park. As.he step-. Ticket Agent 202 West Bay street, corner Hogan Jacksonville.Pls.-
exposition opened. to be organized at the ped from the carriage upon the temporary N.S.PENNINGTON, Traffic Manager.. A. O. MADON LL, f.
Ana,yet there,was every indicationat I annual reunion of the U. C. V. at stage he announced to the birds .General rPaasenger Agent.
HENRY JONES DEAD.
noon of the largest attendance Richmond, Va., in May next, in accordance in the trees that he had fulfilled his

When which has yet favored the- exposition. with the plan recommendedby Passing Away of a Widely Known share of the agreement to the letter

the people awoke on the murky the memorial committee.A Journalist.Hon. and claimed the forfeit from the Flor- .
: morning, they,'-found. out that the day has ida Athletic club Then he re-entered
very responsible duty been
; would not Henry Jones, who has been THE CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO.
be postponed and they de-
. termined to make the imposed upon the executive committee, well known in political circles, both in the carriage and went back to the ,
Crowds most of it. which we would not.have undertakenbut Georgia and in Washington died in the town, still claiming to be the heavyweight Ptt
, The Poured Out. for the of the of the world.
assurance champion
hearty cooperation I latter city Tuesday afternoon after an .
They had'a. holiday on their hand, of our friends everywhere, : illness of several days with typhoid The present programme is for themto .

they knew that the' great buildings and upon which we confidently rely. fever. Although it was known that he fight next Wednesday. But Governor -.

would be ample to shelter them, and J. R. MCINTOSH, was severely ill his death was unexpected Clarke expects to wear them out ,

with the true Atlanta spirit they made Chairman.J. as it had been but a short time and make them so dignsted by prose- I .. ..

for the exposition gates. The weather A. CHAIiABOX. since he had been on the street and cutions that they will hunt another

did not affect the crowds as much as W. R. GABEETT. mingling among his friends in the city. state for the fight or give it up alto- ,

one might suppose and while, of Mr. Jones was about 52 years of age. gether.
course, on bright and cloudless day GUILTY IS HOLMES. From all appearances Fitzsimmonswill
'" He was a native of Maine, but came
many more would have gone, the people -- south early in life and engaged in journalistic not be at liberty to partic- NEW YORK CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA LINES :'
poured steady streams through The Jury Takes Only One Ballot to in for ,
be- ipate a prize fight sever- '
first
work his
the entrances, and the great obstacles Decide Ills Fate. engagement The The magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follow:
with the Chronicle and al days to come. legal proceedings
ing Augusta
notwithstanding, Atlanta day was, indeed At Philadelphia Saturday H. H. indicate that while Judge Martin Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways. ;
t I
I Constitutionalist. He gained a repu- From:New York. Pier 29.E. R. Standard Time-Steamer. From Jackwnvlll;Fta. '
the red letter Holmes convicted of murder in
nay of the fair. was tation as a writer while serving that will not strain the law against the For Charleston and New York. *

the first degree for killing BenjaminF. paper, and showed a special fondnessand lengthly Australian neither will ho Tuesday, Oct 29, At 3 pm.... PEMINOLE Sunday Nov... 3. at 4 Man* s
MINT EMPLOYES OFF. Pietzel in that city on September aptitude for statistical and political hurry the proceedings along in orderto Friday Nov... 1, at 3 pm.... CHEROKEE Thursday. 7. at 70J am .
2, 1894. The jury needed but one If Monday 4, at 3 pm...1KOQUOIS Sunday 10. at 100 an. F
matters. oblige the pugilistic contingent. Wednesday 6, at 3 p m .... ALGONQUIN Tme day. ".. '12,* at 12 01 m
Only a Small Number of Officers and ballot to reach this decision. After short in Florida this view of tha case is correct, Fitz- Friday. b, at 3 pm.. :SEMINLE:: Thursday. .. ..14.at 1 30 pnt 1
a engagement ,
Left. The retired at 5:40 at the con- Tuesday 12. at 3 pm.... CHEROKEE Sunday IT. at 6 Warn
jury
Employes be detained for .
Mr. Jones became connected with the simmons may a Friday. 15, at 3 pm.... IROQUOIS Thursday, .". 21. at P 734 am
Including heads of departments anda I clusion of Judge Arnold's charge. Washington Post and remained with I week while the attorney general and Mondiy. 18. at 3 pm...ALGONQUIN Sunday .. 24. at103)a
After the retirement of the from Wednesday, 20. at 31'm .... SEMlNuLE Tnesday. 211. at 12 .) m
few jury for the Hot : Athletic
necessary assistants, there are that paper for several years. the lawyers : Springs Friday 22, at 3pm ...CHEROKEE Thursday :.!!I.at.130p.
now only a small number of people at the courtroom the spectators streamedout When Hon. A. H. Colquitt was elect- Club argue the legal points. nesday. 26. at 3pm .... IROQUOIS Sunday. Dec... l. at 4 06 ana, '
,work in the United States mint at into the corridors and eagerly discussed ed to the United States senate from Friday. 29, at 3pm. .... ALGONQUIN Thursday. S. at 6 Man ,

\- ,New Orleans. A large number of em what the verdict would prob- Georgia, he chose Mr. Jones as his SLUGGERS DISGUSTED. Philadelphia Charleston and Jacksonville Line .
ployes have been given a furlough in ably be. and he served the -- ,
accordance with the orders from Wash- At 8:30 o'clock word was sent Judge private senator with secretary the greatest ability until Governor Clarke Forces Them to For the present and until farther notice steamer "Yemassea" is intended

ington. : Arnold that the jury was ready to return his death severed the connection. He Forego the Fight.At to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesdays, and fr Charleston

The reason given for the furlough I the verdict. When Judge Arnold then became secretary to Senator noon Saturday Assistant Attor- for Philadelphia, Sundays. Close connection made at Charleston with Clyde ,

,of employes was that the stock of silver entered the room there were nearly as Walsh Senator Colquitt's successor. ney General Hemmingway appearedin Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida point

bullion'on hand had been used up many people present as had attendedthe He was, recently made secretary of the the circuit court at Little Rock and Also, Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia. j

for subsidiary coinage, and as the appropriation day session. The prisoner was American Bimetallic League and was stated that the state had received assurances

for loss on recoinage of brought in and placed in the dock. filling that position at the time of his that the defendants, Fitzsim- ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.

worn and .uncurrent silver coin was The jury came in and took their death. mons and Julian would abstain from ,

exhausted, would. be unwise to con- places. The court ordered Holmes to Mr. Jones was possessed of a remarkable any unlawful undertaking in the state. I For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on ffte St. John's Rinr.

tinue the coinage of gold alone until arise, and to the question of the court memory and was a fluent and They had also agreed to leave the I The Elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE," Cap }

.such time as congress made an appro- the foreman of the j jury pronounced interesting talker. As a correspondenthe state. Upon that assurance the state W. A. SHAW, is appointed to eail from Jacksonville. Sundays, ?fit

priation to pay the loss on the recoin- the fatal words: "Guilty of murderin was active, and his letters were always was willing to dismiss the peace war- Tuesdays and Fridays at 3:30 p. m., and from Sanford "Mondays, -

age of worn coins. Among those who the first degree.*' The verdict was of a most entertaining character. rant cases, with the understandingthat Wednesdays Saturdays at 9:00 a. m. Enterprise 9:30'a. m. Vf Rt

were fUrloughed. were all the lady em- greeted with absolute silence. The if the defendants violated their
ployes. word "guilty" fell Holmes with pledge the case.should ba reinstated.Mr. SOUTHBOUND-Read Down. SCHEDULE. NORTIIBQUND-Read Up.
upon WATT HARDIN IS ILL. Leave 3 30 ..................:..... Jacksonville .... .................... I Arrive 3 39 am ra
: The Japanese legation has received stunning force. He exhibited no -- South, for the governor, stated .. 8 45' ........................ 1'alatka .............. ............... Leave. 8 00 pm
'from emotien of any kind. The blow was that this was satisfactory. The court .. 3 00 pm// ........................ Ast-r .... .....'.. .......... 301 pm a
London official information of lie Is the Democratic Nominee for .. 430 .. ........................ St. Francis .................-.i.. .. 130 pn ,
y the"statement that on October 31st too stunning for noisy outbreaks. He Governor of Kentucky. said that the defendants were accord- I. 5 30 ........................ Beresford ........... ...... .. 12 noon
sat down and while the-jury was polled ingly dismissed. 6 00 am ....................... Blue Springs......._--.............. 113 am ,i
: .China paid to Japan the first 'install- General P. Watt Hardin, democratic .... .......... ... .
Arrive 8 30 am ........................ Sanford ..... ... 900 am930am
> ttent of the war indemnity amounting each man answered to his name, andas nominee for governor: of Kentucky, Rockefeller's Munificence. .. 9 25 am ................. ...... .bnterpr.'se. ............,............. .. ,
"r to ; each pronounced his sentence ill
50,000,000 taels'about S70.000.000. was taken dangerously Wednesday
.. Holmes stared vacantly before him. at Morgantown. He arrived at Morgantown JohnD. Rockefeller has made anoth- Ceneral Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay street Jacksonville
,I'j His counsel at once made a motion fora magnificent gift to the University of John L. Howard, Florida Freight Acent F.M. Ironmonger.Jr..Florida f'a-aenger: Agent
Tuesday night from Glasgow foot Hogan street, Jacksonville. Fla.! 204 W. Bay street,Jacksonville, ri+.
Sympathy Meetings.Cuban new trial. Judge Arnold said that where he spoke that evening. He hadan Chicago, which he founded by his 31. :II. Clyde A.T. M., A. J- Cole. General 1'agaengerAttent. .
w'I nthusi4etio meetings he would hear the application for anew royal endowment and enlarged by frequent fi Bowling Green New York. S wyn'T. t
were appointment to speak at Morgantown J.A. Leslie
Snpermtend
,'mod TL,o. G. Eger.Traffic:Manager
Thursday night at Denver, CoL ; I trial on Monday, November 14th. Wednesday, but being very sick he additional donations. His latest .t.Bowling Green.New York. foot Hogan !tnet.Jackson villa,fU
argo. N. D.; Ottumw&, Ia.; Kanka- I left for Bowling Green. He was act of munificence, the unconditional D. D. C. SIlSK.G.F. A..12 South Delaware Avenue khiladelphia.

1 fee JlL j Decatur, HI. ; Marshall town, I Pugilist Dempsey Is Dead. taken violently ill while en route and presentation of $1,000,000 available WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Ceneral Agents; r

.<. tip;end other places at which resoluof I Jack Dempsey, the well known pugilist was forced to stop at Bichafdsville. January 1st next, and the gift of $2- 12 S. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia 5 Bowling GreeD, New York.'f f..

.. sympathy! for Cuba and calling I died at his residence in Port- Physicians were at once sent for and 000,000 conditional on raising the 4

? t.h.government to recognize the land, Oregon, Friday morning of con they report that the general is in a same amount, was made known to the {J.f,1
magenta students.
w as beligerents were adopted. sumption. very serious condition. ,
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,j p. T. ...:............./.-......\....'......... ..$J.C) not jn }.U!} cases without result: '. the! party: mayfo.: I .
:* 'SIx: Xqatha.-..;.;............- .SO For instance, an. editor who favo's disrepute by the suggesti.cn of the STARKK, -, 'I&

ThrM Months............................::... .25 some man not.. yet mentioni'd as a possible candidacy of a"man who _
." would be discrptitaUlo! itm' it ; L. YRZ p : _
to
4 ; candidate tries to kill: off'a' possible J_ -

.Edter4 IntheFqstpmceatarke1Flsas Sec I rival cjuididatf by, ttartirig' premature nay b.e harmed I by the premature I ..... A1'T'Y'.tND' Ci OU S LLOR'.

bnd-cUsa Hatter.Starke "boom" i'c>r him. If his naming of a man who would be an -0, :-..-J,'a '.UT-. LAW, ';i

J. .' assumed phampionsbij* is well received irreproachable candidate, but whose! Barb Wire Cuts :Scratches;' STARKE: ; : ; .; ;, '

Fla.,.Nov. 8. 189J5.THURSDAY" and is seconded by other I disapproval of the unauthorized USA and Collar Galls, Cracked Heel m No. 1, JOD.'loi : -,

J1 fditorn, he congratulates himself, of his name may cause him to withhold Old Sores, Cuts, Boils, Bruises, _

J November' j28th '.liasq because.he believes) that, tlie "boom". his co-operation." all kinds Cures of inflammation and Mange.on F.BRICK. J. mj.Dflt::: '_ : .. .: ;
( beast. "
/ President Cleveland will have: ample time to exhaust Certainly the TELEGKAPU did : ilASON fc PLASTKRlAgent
& en
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.proclaimed by iItt: s.
ma:7
Cat a? !tX2 we :mr
:;;. day. ituelf .before ,the opening of the not rest its counter-charge againstthe c1_,.-JIsl..- ,tor Caivp BrwMrfek., Um. _ft i iSTARKK

Thanksgiving. campaign. If his suggestion of a Citizen upon any such flimsy
"i, THE CarraUlIi* Times, is offered candidate falls flat, be is equally .evidence as i is contained in the paragraph stable.Ro Pa,.' Price:a j cts. and$I.oo. U your' '
vrelj} pleased, because be then feels c.oes DOt keep It scud a. aS ct2. In X S- )
fpr sale. 'Carrabelle is a growing that the .candidate has= failed to that it endeavors to palmoff : and we will send it to 1011!by..1Q1.nia., ttj, H. MEflCHAfSlAUCTIONEER ; .

tow,? and'&' practical printer might i show any strength and cannot stand i as the manner of its offending, I have 8.ddleGal1..Scrateh"!u.ed 1'ull.h....TeIUI..ln.'. ..sls.ptS&rb..WI..IIo.r,.Cu's 01' FOB' : t

'nd, it to his advantage to' look in the way of his favorite.", and we do not believe that the ADd uti.factIon and I JwarUl7 aecomciUd it iG ..ULp4
, $44 StodmI1I. FQUD COUNT1- ;;;t-: :
:: Dverlhe: field. I Upon this editorial .utterance. the. newspapers that came under the c. B.1RV.Liie7 ed jCdSt'bIO.BAEZY l .;..

". '" of October broad the BURNED.". : ,-.- -- -.- -.-.-.-.... Starkc, 1'0""
TELEGRAPH in its issup accusations contained in !' -I am plMl4I4111 f1WIlr.s wo svr .
IT'is almost certain that a tobacco \ r BoAitac Gil. H)'baby was t.q IIt.th
. 18th commented as follows: paragraph to which we took exceptions I I ; n t D K&:I W1,7*,.end**h"ad'cT''QII"i.. UY d"J3 tle XL."rS17aAN: : 3
\ in Cuba will be one of the ; 5ppllC&tiofl gve tll.t c :
famine u-d the oil on my Itock and ID'\
"This of perfidy will allow under 1.110 .. ...
sweeping charge it to retreat this that I hsve T r" i* "
results of Lb between the insurgents remed1 for pl1rposo' T.1.EWI. FlRE .
< war :
it does from Youn .
coming as a paper so thin a subterfuge.Until Tcnn. January .1J.- '
,and Cob, and this i is ,regarded that aspires to the leading place in the Citizen assures us thatwe RAcrLeTtnz') n' LIFE1. :
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as Florida's golden oppor- Florida 'journalism, appear \o us MEDICINE CO., .ACVIDEN1j
be in 'bad form'. It will not placed the wrong construction LOUIS no-
to ST.
tqni y.to engage in the culture of ( o ij U .-.l ost ........
'. 'the jingle as merrily aw the proverbial upon the specific parapraph to Sale b)" all Drngglsts. llcprrtented.JA >> ,, "
; that weed., Throughout}) state weddipg bell in the ears, of the which exceptions! were taken no : : .1.;

E. experiments are being made with editors of this! State who have evidence wijl han been offered in MARKET. DAVIS &:co.,> StarkeLAND

fi .cigar-: tobacco. SOur farmers spoken in complimentary terms of
t rebuttal of assertion that it had
our V1Y11Goyerninent
f :fchould .not be behind the procession.i the men whom they deemed titled SUE
the offices in State made a "sweeping charge of per "" _. ..
. to occupy our ::;: "1-'_
C L. ADRIAII P. JORDAN. is again government that will be made fidy" against Florida editors. We O. Johns, ;Field Notes' 'vQi"!.

engaged} in Florida' jpqrnaHeni In vacant in 1897 by the expintion have never said that. it bad made iu: Locating ..Lall" ;;
:
of the; terms of the present incum, I II -DEALER IN- -
the' current issue of the Leesburg "personal charges.
bents. The men against whom thj I Drainage nnd Irritation. Systei Phsae '
I I II
.Commercial it is announced that Landscape Oanlauing. DraJllbtfJ c. QOOtIZ .
Citizen makes ibis ungroundedcbarge'or I struntenis. Accurate work. ,,.. .. ..''
TIlE BEEF .
Tampa Tribune .that ,
Mr., Jordan will hereafter be the of them says n.E. tj1'
L.AoflGuN '"
a large majority :; .
"the TELEGEAPII ,acan........ .,:t ___
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"I city; editor of that excellent paper. at.least, have been engaged in Florida evidently agl'eeswith MUTTON .- -..' _

rl i JMr. Jordan is one of. the brightest journalism for a long period of the Tribune in itR'estimate: I : .. KOCIRT1EH. !.fi/ _

I] writers in the state as the local years. They have, by untiring of Senator Pasco." The TELEGRAPH MID POHlt .wr-v-.r1w .. ,_ r_ --'-" ....

: ;. > effort, contributed much to the up- cinnot lnd} grounds upon BRA.1? O :p.LODGETfO.,. 4% y. $ 4.Sleety JL J", _
columns of the Cotqiqerciftl will .
building of the stale and the development
which to base the l lope\ of the state IN SEASON. Thursday night h4teillJdnt! "lwu4i4
;1 ber after h Of its resources. They in. each monthVJAY : wu. 1V.,d k
'. have_ bet-.n_ .. urominentlv. before. the deriving any benefit from contin- : _w. N. HuC A1f.s.c. \..._ _
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i A BOSTON paper asserts that people; ; ; of their:---T.-----respeotjvo" communities uing a man in office who, during:: I f LODOE: NO. 10, L a O. 5P. .;:;

t i\ Ctton is not King. Perhaps not and this from the Citizen a term of twelve years, has accomplished I Follows Bniltl's StarkeLECAL U {
: Regular toz: 'ery Tuesday.f.gt U ...
f1 ;, in the "Hub of the Universe." .is the first intimation that we have nothing beyond the placing i I.. '-i --. hall. Transient brothers corUUJl) laritodT _____
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There beans have a powerful hold' had that they are cunning, perh'i- : of few friends in NOTICES. i W. N. MIACHAM,Sec. E.JO !io"Jt j : .
ll a personal .t. _
dous fellows, and not high-toned lett.yoffices. '.....,....... ,. %#WflrflsWflflfl .,t
.' : upon the affections and appetitesof honorable gentlemen." The Tribune, in. speakingof : Notice. QTAEZIODQE4O34Loy', i "( _

i'1 the people, but in this immediate Here the, TELEGRAPH gave a Mr. Pasco, ventures the assertion I-Meta eveory''Ib1U'lday-eirniar a&rSh' t.

section the moral vineyard cotton that "there is in Odd Fellows' Hall. ;j, T. WIUA.Co 5 "4 .
4''l : partial list of the editors who, according not a single paper : Court Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida Eo 8. )i.t'I'TRJW' K._I '

IIJ '. is not onlyldng but is a whole I to the Citizen, have been ; in Florida that can mention one \ Bradford County. -. ., -_-

IJi, royal family within itself, and the politically !anniliilatini; public men act accomplished by the so-called ) Iva. J- CHU11CH IHREtTORV ;.1''4METBODIII

I who few bales of that BOYD J .. ,'
has
man a in this stale under the guise of statesmen from Jefferson that ?.

:'f. t: staple to market can stand pat. friendship, and continued its comment would commend him to the good THE NOTICE STATE TO OF APPE.1R.FLORIDA Services every Sunday at U o'clock...u4. -,{,,

7:30 p.m. Sunday schoo at: 138 o'clock>!,nX';!
of the of this
l : IT occurs .to u: that consistencyis as follows: graces And-we people state. Boyil been-Greetine 8 own by: afSdaTit that the do Prayer_ _meetinn-_u,__ "'-.."-""-'-"'-"-" ,,,, ._.'..-_"r.'_._- ,'_...eJ ..' .IP__..... 0-.

quite unknown to the editor off "These are some of the editors pass. llt. L IX Boyd in a non-resident of the o'clock. The fftcrament pCthc-Lortfs $apps l
--- Florida and that tl'e residence of Mid wilt be admlnlstf on the ism Koaday,eiek"'-f-l
: the Pensacola News. While he who have at one time or another It is a truth in medicine that the. smallest is unknown and that said defendant month a& 'the close of the 'moralBf1'MrSie,' \;
of tIle OK uf twenty-one years; ; ,Q .
i"i ,discountenances a "premature" discussion expresed a preference one or dose that performs a cure is Ihe best. ; therefore ordered, coiisideivd and ad- Rev.M. 11. Outland, pastor. '
}
more men among the many candidates that I\M s.;:>l defendant, I*. B. Boyd, do
Little Risers
DeWitt's the
,3; of, probable candidates in available' for the various State Early are to th. comploiuanl's bill of comulaint FRNBTTCJtUir. smallest pills. will perform u cure, and In or oofoie Services every Sunday at 10JO 'clock a.
: the next camp ign he ppver fails offices. And these are the men !1 I ana 7 p.BI. $uuday school at 9 a.m. aarlatiaa.l II..j1'
are the best tituike Drug Co. CTH DAY OF iANUAnZ A. D 1 h':. f
to give place:, to any .complimentary. that a.re. playing the roie of hypo i''I! ; : whereof a decree pro ronfesso will be Endeavor n-wOng; at 3 o'clock p. m. Prayer ';-

.. mention that be ma.de of Mr.' crite, who are pretending loyaltyand Bueklen's Arnica Salve. ,: !" against the saM I. 1.:. Boyd. meeUnjc-Wr netiday venioi;, at TN o'clock;' .f!
;: rqay : }' reI thcaofd rt"fI that thU notice tx pub RQY.. S. C.Farts, pastor.PI8COPAL..
friendship only) more effectually The best salve in the world for outs I '
in the Bradford County
in connection with Telegraph a '
jt Cbipley's name .
i : .. to stab their victims in the bruise?, sores. ulcers, Bait raeum, fever j published at StsrUe in Bradford '.
ri the .senatorial ,fmcce sion. To make back, who have ,for many years sores; tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, f rl \\l Florida weeks., once each week for eight con Services on the second and fourth. & w.uh.t'1.

,1Ii" : 'use tof a vulgarism Brother Choate masqueraded before the Florida corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively : nl\ \t } whereof I hare hereunto set my each month atS o'clock"p.: m. Babbatft Bebeel 'ft,
: affixed the tea! of our Circuit Court at 5 o'clock p; in. every S&bb&h. MT. F.JL "
,1;' .. should "go the whole hog or none." I.I public as loyal friends or honorablefoes cures piles, or no pay required. It : ;:: [ the-Sth day of October A. }) 1 9". Obuan, ftCtoJ" '.
k
r ( \ ', ** and only now han ,the cloakof is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction I! { S. W. -WEEKS. Clerk. .,I'rJft.
{ By J. I. IfUTClI, D. ( .;
. :'r'" TUE *LEGRAP 'S suggestion of deceit been torn from them by or money refunded. Price 25 cants per ; ; ( !l: "WILLS Compl'ia Solct's. 11W SM-riCH on the flnt and t M Smadayf" ef
box.. For sale by Starko Drug Co., and :. \ l
discerning 'tenderfoot'. If the each mantis at 19'SO o'clock : and TJt ,',
(1// Mr. Justice'Liddon's: name 5nt con- John A. King, Lak. nuller. a.m p.a-
:. press of Florida had descended to of Application to Sell Sunday school at 9:15 a. n.. Prayer .....*' .;
nectien with the' Seoatorlalsucces-
J4t such depths of trickery as the CitIzen Messrs. C. 1':. Moore & C<>. Newberg, \ Estate of Minors. Wednesday 6T.nnn at o'clock. P.Y., ,. ,'
< ion has been well' received \ Corr, pastor. .
by aft I : '
: alleges it would indeed be a Ore., "We ell of Chi'imberlain's ;; 1
frX ** "*"*' say: more --------.- --. --. = .. .-.
--- -- -
' number of the state If sad 'Whom it Slay C.ucern.-Taice Notice.
: papers. commentary upon a professionthat Cough Ttcmitiy than all others put I

j I unity is really desired by the lead occupies a most exalted placein together and it always gives satisfac- days after the date hereof, to.'Tlt: ,
the l>th day of November A. li. IdfJ5. I.
'
t \. era of the contending factions in the mind of our countrymen. tion." Mr. J. F. Allen, Fox, Ore., says: : the di'ly appointed and quali
,. of Martin E.
Loadholtz Marshall
but, tor our part, we are not prepared "I beh eve Chamberlain's Cough Remedy .
l: the' Florida 'democracy no more holt 'V. E. Loorihultz. Eddie RJ: 1-Oatl-
: to accept the allegation with- to he the best I have handled." Mr. W. n. Loadholtz and L'nssie K. Loati-
". effective plan .for settling their of the County of Bradford and
.. out affidavits to support it. II. Hitchcock. Columbus Wash., says: f Florida) will apply to' the Honorable
: differences will be offered'tlian :: Walphurs.' : Judge in and for said
r ever county
wreiland
the TELEGRAPH the
: .. Replying to "UhamltvrUiti'd' Cough Remedy tells of Bradford,State of !<'lortttor author
:!\ : t iii presented in the opportunity of Citizen of October 30th makes this is highly praised by all who use it." !the Interest described of real said estate minors situate in and and to JACKSONVILLEand

I'J; ( < .bestowing trie office that has occasioned brief explanation: For sale by Stare Drug.Co. : the County or Bradford, State of Flor
t
---- '- wit: The west half of the nortbeav.!' qutr-
rJi
:. 1.1' : the ,diesention upon the one "The interpretation given to the John Smith: of Aspakga. Qudsdcn ; twenty thirty-one(30)81). townsMp, containing five fa 80)acres south the

.. man. in public!life' to-day who hasl article by the 'rELEORAl'lIVas entirely county, killed a rattlesnake last week : less. t a.td interest in Raid lands to be
f" : "
: I the entire party at his back. Thisdistinction unjustified. The Citizen fifteen inches in circumference and eight minors.the support maintenance' and education J. T. & KB Wt
13th day of October. A. D 195.: !
;: Mr. Liddon enjoys. made no personal charges; it called feet lonjr. He had seven- n rattles. M. L. LOADHOLTZ. .
attention to the evils connectedwith Guardian.Sherifrs .
"::t:: .'Two vears": :>! ago when his. name was a practice." Nothing so distressing u hacking

tr, .--offered, the Jacksonville conven- Cough. Nothing so foolish as to suffer : Sale. TheJacksonYille
**
;. <'tion-4 he t was nominated by acclamation Upon even this brief explana. from it. Nothing so dangerous if ; ,

' i withutdissenting voice. tion we should have been disposedto allowed to continue. Ole Minute Cough : find by virlue of a writof'flto.ir-ued and :
of ilia Circuit Tampa '
,.. Court Fouith Judicial
ourselves Cure gives impediale relief. Starke
.' 1'r' --- ; acknowledge a sorry State of Flori.la in and for the county of
News that the and would Drug (Jo.Charges. in a. certain cause therein rt':1ding. Key West 4
,TiE Jasper says nterpretPr have made W". '1'. Weeks was plaintiff and T. lion- *

,.railroads.,. 'on their few miles, oftjrack" the amende honorable to the Cit- have been m>ule(! aguinst the ( defendant. tlescribeil, a levy pro bait"crt.been. of the mad defend upon j Railway. .
: sheriff of Columbia county to the Governor : The south half of the northwest A '
in Hamilton had the
;' : county pay more zen explanation ha.ye been: in section four township seven, south r

:j, ,ithan! one-fourth of ,the taxcs ,of that appended to the paragraph which of collecting! money in excess of twenty, east iu Bradford county. State North .
Ins legal 1 tl nl! containing eighty acres more or less; and
; and the that the will sell the game at public outcry in ,
! county, expresses: fear appears at beginning of this the court house door In the town of

.t /'it won't be long before these article, but the Citizen chose to Acts at once never fails One Minute ciuriug the legal hours of sale on South ,"

; ,greedy 'monopolists? will: be pushing resort to the cowardly subterfuge Cough Cure. A remedy for asthma, and : \, THE 2D DAY OF DECEMBER, 1S05. Line

4I: :'us,poor men out of the tax, collec of misquoting, and gravely told its that feverish condition cold. The which accompanies ; highest bidder for cah.E. E. JOhNS Through; ,
a severe only harmless r.
r
: : Sheriff
Bradford
t\ ;tor's.office and paying all the.taxesthemselves. readers that the following paragraph H-niedy that produces immediate results. County. the'

' t- { ." This j fe a fair specimen was thA can ef the discussion Siuike Drug Ca.I otice.\ Heart of f Florida.Ask

: )
I
of the
? advanced.I :
arguments I For la jrrippe. ute Powell's Fever Cure.It is hereby given that I hare been ap- .

\. ':. {tbe opposition to the enactment ef "The u practice of suggesting candidates never fails to cure it.ARE 1 ,.cf Assignee Lawtey,of insolvent.the state ot Voney! .

a or more in advance of ... _. are r.ertby notified
:> A just and equitable: railroad commission year --- ---- to file sworn for
: of their cUims with me at officp
o : law. But instead of convincing an election i is a had one. The possibility YOUBANKRUPtinhealrh -. .rithin sixty (lava; or in eave my of cr. Tickets
t of being the first to name the beyond tie limits of this State .
: : i him that such a law is not four months from date of thu notlee.ALFRED ,
man who shall proto ,be the sue-: RUSHTON.. via the X: T. fa TT. W
. .a .necessity: the statemept of our cessful candidate has a fascination i / AwlKnee-
: I VritetIl; ;;rJ'PeD.e; ;
: .
I I Fla. Oct. 7, ISM-11 8 \ (:
that the railroads for people and the j constitution undermined by -
t Contemporary many apparent ,I extravagance Agent for information. :
,. *with only a few miles of track, pay opportunity to promote the interests in eating: by disregarding to Debtors and Creditors 1
of a friend often affords"great G. 1). ACXERtY,
snch. .a large per cent. of the taxes
: gratification. But the evils of the the! laws:: of nature, or is hereby given that all persons in- C" Pass. ct.
Hamilton will likely be to the estate oi William Walter J
pf county W. B. COFFIN
its
practice outweigh benefits while -
.
; physical capital: all gone, if so: : late of Bradfeffd county Florida, I
.
;; t anterprelted J by the intelligent read-. the benefits', if any, are personal the All ixsrsons same to the having undersigned claims auainbt without: said de I I Cent Sup't.JACKSONVILLE.. "

""'" f r as an admission! of the cqunty'i only. Looking at the matter i in its NEVER DESPAIRTutt's I must pre&ent them duly authenticated
direct ) years, or this notice will be plead la .
: poverty. The railroads are not required personal aspect to the attention Liver Pills will cure : :: ; recovery. 4ITIIIUCE
of the the you.
public to probable WALTER. Ja., Administrator.
t to pay! a higher rate of taxes No. 1 btato *t.. New York. N. Y. THE
candidacy of a man who has not For sick headache, dyspepsia, 13g.at Care of P. O. UUman.
: : than i is. assessed against other property only not sought an office, but who stomach -\-WKEK WORLD
malaria
;&., therefore the conclusion likely would refuse it if it were offered sour ; torpid to Debtors and Creditors

1 to.be drawn byte intelligent reader him, i is worse than useless. The liver, constipation, biliousnessand AND

{. is 1ogul. We would at least fact that a man has acceptably all kindred diseases. is to hereby the estate given of that P. all P. Preiatt.persons de in-

t:. filled an office* does not give to his late of Bradford county, Florida will THE TELEGRAPH
, J advise the News not to send the friends the right to assume that he Tutt's Liver Pills persons same to having the undersigned claims against without said delay estate,

:; ,statement out as an incentive to desires to fill it again. And the them, duly authenticated,wittin I FOR ONE YEAR FOR ONLY
an absolute cure. or this notice will be plead in bar of .
immigration.
:1 J publication of such an assumption rpry. MARY J. PKKVATT.
:) : :e ":;.-8t ExeeutrI.: $.L' 'n. )'.. '

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y DRUG STOnE. ,A:/(fi OST. W A PUCE.V THE MAGNETIC' tL.ta o--. Those ,.. .. ,:.. 1

Explanation of:slow,IIoi' 3 1'ewDiscoscryfkiww' '' '
.d ,. ; > .i. i j jTHE' Trlcit i J' .
I Bo its value and.tbnse Iio '.. ; .. '\ .
.f""" Easily ,IJapUcate*!, :; :

; STORY. .pF"- 'ASHLEY. ,'HAlL,. AND I While iu; Chicago -I'Haw tile amiooaromenfi have nol,; lIJLVU.lJotl.hc.. ..opportunlty'lo .1) '. fA : PAL :S.JEEHES Iti
HOSPITABLE COLONEL DULLhow : '
cf hen clcctrio pitl vvho included:: try it free (:l\ll.fJIJ the advertised druggist -

M t in her repf-ory U pew,trick.-.or.ai least .)sud get aerial, liotjl! .v fre\.v Send I fro .r'9 ;ci. im-i SIRS!! : _

tj... Planter<. Kept,ins Household aDO that If Had pot :yet b<.- i).. A Still:': I your DMruuntid address to, 11. E.:,UncLien "i V**>:

Goo la Trcuu the,HanJjj of the "Raider.* about ''four feet bug; and AS thick hs a jfc Co., Clurapo, mid get a sample box of POKeROOT' E TARRI; MAL Rlg !. .' tft
PRICKLY ASH
'Ilctaraa of a' Eeanf Ifnl .Suburb That'AU' broomstick* produced: and J'aad nut ''Or Kins' New Life' Pi Us frets, as well nsH : r .'"_

5 Tasters .to Ch*rle.toa Admire. I! other..gentlemanfdio: requested to bol,l copy of Guide to Health l 'uuc.l Household! ,AND; POTASSIUM KiDflEY<< TROUBLES ; a .. -

j it in n vertical: position l>efc+e as wiiilo Instructor free. All'Ilf winch isjajnninteed .

Woodland? thick:/with; undergrowth; :I'I grasping it' rmly in beth hiuids.. The to tin you good nntl cost )ou nothing: Makes find DYSPEPSIAMarvelous

g;; L. GASKINS tranquil country stillness, the stillness' girl, standing in front of and facing n?, Lake:Starke: Butler.Irug Cu., anil John A. King 1Gdnesrillu .v..,__ .

of a bit of country comparatively tintillyd :j placed the palm of her; open hraul againstthe ro.. ; ,Goresin 1 aaeaUselLbsersYzdlFP.P. .. t
-DEALEB'IN-
end nnpastnred;' roadways: lined lower portion of the stick;.rc,awg; may Imv a' brewery: xvilhin and Poto_-. .
with Ml and: stately trees-such the i-m,Li jCreb'a.oeteDkiod po nor oa
it on the side iiearest to ns and farthestfrom
few
11 weeks, as are investigating
MD 1DIGIES .. .. parties there -
k .vGS soc29 cs tho clatter of horses' hoofs echo- herself. After rnlbiujj: her hand with 1 such intention Blood Poison'AII_ .o.."Tnly a,1891.e 1
r .,, ing on the hard flooring; of the river : 1\rEIAU LzPALUr Baoa. itsr
Starker FJa. bri(! o dice into noiseless footfallsand ortier T 2n 3-I bolide aboutoo* '
; away Mrs.V.. JJ. ;Meek who resides: atCl1tuptllnvilil' Rheumatism your lz:V. at Hot 8rfiDB9.Araj.anaIt
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tho xvhcala turn without sound in' pawo were informed, and after cojoin Cal. hea me more tr tDrss .
4 0-0 says her daughterwas nt'T.ths'tnsuneot&' Rot5priaib .
i the yielding soil of St. Andrew's. The ing us to hold the stick perfectly vertical C' : boctlos C. O.P.
for several '
troubled dBbepe.
at limes
Phydciaas' prescriptions houra--carefully murmured chorus of countless pines we were told to press down on it as years and Scrofula ;:: &ovn r
v compounded. a t all I charms into fortietfulness of this city's ,: hard as we could. with severe cramps io the stomach, and n count,b. i- 'b
T da7 01' J %ht."A.Bailey. be.in such that it was F '
would
close across ; agony necessary Capt.Y"D'retset.0.
; proximity the river. Ahead i;.I This we did until' the veins seemed P.P. P.purifle the blood builds up

t. the Tray unfolds to us, broad and smooth, to stand out on our foreheads; but exert to call iu u .physician. Having read the strength_weak to weakened and debilitated nerve, expels gives To rdl mi.4t may tSfctnt'' 1 7i.ry .- .
winding between long battalions of an- ourselves about Chamberlain's Cults Chalets! and c1.1seasetI.giving the pat lsnt health and t tc sty to tbo wond. tnl properttoa skin. I '
as hard as we could, we, happiness where stckneaa! &lootar of P. P.P. for rapticci of the {
cient oaks, mined up to their chins in .,two strong men, were unable to press Diarrhoea Remedy Mie concluded to tryit. t feelings and lassitade first prevailed.For Ughtly an ere d tad.Cor dlacreeAblo!(, years rupto.) '

gray; en llirougb miles of the century old down hard She! niv tried rrory known rent-. It-,.
enough .to make the stick : found that it always gave: prompt primary secondary and tertiarysyphilis d/ bn Ater ... P.J. P..UMde
trees; their massive trunks bound.with slip past the open palm of her hand. relief. It was seldom\ necessary to give poison, for blood malaria poisoning, dyspepsia mercurial and- Bai}c=i n>w e noly' etretL T .;..-
fibrous scarfP, if to veil the of In iIll blood end skin diseases, like tliijaddb7) J.Dc'J01r3ieTOD
as
STARKE, FLA. scars Had the girl grasped the stick with her the second dose. "It bur: not ouly savedus blotches pimples, old cbroclo ulcers. vamsh.'WQ '
snccessivo seasons, every twig and | two hands, I amt surd she could net have fatter scald c head Dolls er sipeleesemswo C".ID CLeVnred' t 3
lots of
'! worry and tune. she says, "but may ea7 mthoa. f8roC .. }
branch aud spray hung with streaming withstood my downward pressure alone. trontrsdletionthat !'. P.P.1a the best t'istS'lAOllV/rcm)eMay!>rojE7 6,2'a.. -y
moss. Grand old oaks! An.tuinualFtorrjs I would have borne her stick and all also doctor bills. It is my opiuion that blood puriBer In the worM.And makes +
and EeQunc; TKT. January 14, 1893.KAS F
positive speedy permanent cure
olaith &:ld April airs in turns have to the floor. But there she stood, with I I every family should Lave botUe of this: mall cases. !: :,. LIPSMAM! JOfI'r eavanttah,
WhoI Retail t
.. Ga.: Ucn tossed l and kissed their rugged boughs, :: but ono open hand bearing against the remedy in the house. For! sale by Siarke whoso aro poisoned- P.1>.fur a 130030 of tbe skin osoally*

.yet the piaut trunks stand firra. Scarce j side of the stick, and both us could not Drug Cu.K. andwDoebloodislnbaimmrecon..ikavv'rn'aeklnreaoeroftDLrty, standingand: Treat .years) lpnrltlos sUondeetomeostrualtrre.nlarltioa

--:...Dealer in a gap in the uniform lino shows where by our united efforts force the stick past are peculiarly : teas ino JjJoort ooh r Joyua111Z'P. .
j'II dbloedcieaLin" ritmlonfnotat'ta coat of tile dLseasaanJ
a'grenadier! has fallen ont of ranks and. I I that wonderful hand. Surely there S. Bracey. of Broeksville, has secured dertol ertles of tonic P. P. P.-PrldUy AaU, PctoBoot rop. pr veatj. :2y caroaiiiaa: of tile ,
,.,
elbow to elbow they gasril. the ancient u patent ou a covi-r for early and Potasalnia. so N'" I ne tikn flva or six bottle* ,
vegetables
; seemed something uncanny about this. .... e:''it>ol c-onfldanc th.it eja tter court*
FRESH BEEF bighwayfront cncroacanaent of forest 01'icht. But it is very simply explained.The protecting them: from frosis nud c.-. -.. P.a t' I'tb,1993.plll tc. rraa odocc. P tadis-otteu nnre.'It has cad aisot.uevedleanapeakisth9'hDoer otomaob c

: whole secret consists in insisting freezing which he will shortly place .n -TOUT msoiclae Iron my own personaltnotrledze. terma ct trcaLl"- 1.oi. c.\JT::.truly\" M nun '

PORK &, MUTTON Hero is an old gateway, the entranceto upon the men holding the stick in a the market. The cover will 'be cheap :. pleurisy. Ivaso&octadwichhearecliaoaso. and rhenoatiso for Attorney' as La;'. a

tho grounds which once surrounded vertical position. When the girl's open !but durable. S5 years, was treated by thu vary beat '--r '

Ashley Hall, ono of the proudest and hand is first placed against the lower Ott, lars physicians, tried every ana spent known haadrodi reaiady cf\-Jtt-dol,, v,+U q ry L- !L q d J 4 ilia(,, ;

SLICED. HAH A, SPECIALTY.. most spacious of the ancestral homes: in portion of the stick, she moves it two A. G. Hartley, of Magic, Pa writes: rV_ oct one finding Dottlo relloL of ;roQ1"I r.have P. P.!,cad: 'a ALL DI.JGQISTJ G2Ut XT.

this p: !ish. We posy: through tho useless or three times up and down, pulling I (*.1'1 it llt duty of min to inform you cheerfully say U has done cemoro. BROS.eddieton '
I have taken
good than any tttas ever .
taH/0/00080P '" BrstSIgfeel massive portals into the driveway gradually more and moro against; it. As and the public that DeWilt'aVilcli Hazel j can recommend your medicine..to allauSorors .
> beyond. In the shaded light the avenue I this tends to pull the stick away from salve cured of of the MH9.abovo M. d1s M.YBAE Y. PFOPmn"T0n3, ,
me a bad of oa.a
seems dreaming of the past: for these I the vertical, she insists that the men very case fII:;riLalqd. Oreaa coast:'. Ho. Zipptt nh$loe/c >atesbeb7s

wu great oaks stand gnarl: over tho wreckof i keep it straight Thus cautioned they eczema. It also cured my boy of running ryaAndrews.

all! they wera intended to adorn. Of will exert more and more effort until, sort on hi* leg. Starke Drug! Co.Perfect .

o the rtatcly IIOEJO: : to which their beanty i when she feels that the pressure against -

IBadly (3 formed u fit approach nothing now remains ; her hand is sufficient, she instructs them .,' ;

I' : but tho crumbling marble steps to push down with all their might. DigestionIs .

8ra and tall, eoirelike chimeys. Little They do so and imagine that they are eecursd:: by t.: -.!c
rro! =day ? raa pickaninnies play hide and seek where exerting a tremendous vertical thrust, dinner, or it d.;;xs.ioa is" izjjwtsc-ii: b. ,

once the flowers in "my 1 lady's garden" whereas their vertical effort is actually ,__.: ."r....'. ,.."' r"-e cl flct

1.We ask this rrpe.itedly. bccansft ] grew in trim ln uriUlce. Only tho Ash- very slight-insufficient even to over- <..-j.'..:;:.::.."..,?:}:"f..rf\'I'...:. ..<.I"......;".'40."''.''. 0\,1"1.9Lg0: Sale Feed s+ I
(. ann
5 serious diseases often follow tailing i[t! ley 13 unchanged as it ripples by ou itswr.y come the friction of the stick againsther t,.: d;,!!. ..'+'.',.1..::'....{:'t.;'\..,'..... C"I ,&-.' to the its blue aid 1 > ; -.t-: .
A ailments. 49 sea, waves: .as moist hand. The men are really exerting ,
'+j 'J 4t; ;:; '. );e;{,l p $ S t i 9 n i lrJ
'.. A If ycu ar' wreak ,w spr.rklins as: when it bora many a boating a tremendous effort, but are deceived C.,. .. .1.L; ..,.?{ .1 .1... .
.' I arri r'nr...'l/ ex-i from tho mansion hrei'uxAshley r.j Q .jfV'.q h-, ., :\ U C tf: 1HO"t l s 1FIKEST .,
: ,, ; parry : ; as to its direction. With their .r-1'vl'1: 'i'1"Jo l: ,, j I TURNOUTS IB the city.
iur.il,
"' iicrvci-s: ] i 'rreailter. .
r iutir: n-> zpritc3'od ,I') !: IIr.llvss: the scene of a munificent hands tightly grasping the upper end of "t..'f..V\\f\I-t;: .1'.r.4 t.......::!:'t'j.,1' .. They t tDnllhliers
I : can't Viorh, t.9 and bivifch hospitality; in ontobal- the stick they are really trying to force 0,;>.f." !;,'S>:'''k J"O p.: -} "'JI.r.' "1''.',.' nre..L 11"a u':3: ;, ,., )
{ i -t tncc takBrowo's @ { r.r:": ;;-J I pro'/eat a fever, I !
Slron" '..tiy leA. t5e 1'1 lot rtl.a- S3 Q lum days its owner possessed inimn&9plantations the other end of the stick against the tai..:, .;..;:.'f,(.'w, .Q1!...r.'f'\'v..s""" ; and restore Teias"5iOrisj! ;! a Specially.! :
.tr 'J'h.ll\g '
.' ')!\I'd:.:..,.::, '1hkil: M in Mississippi and oaisiana: palm of her hand.-N. W. Perry in 'tr". : he-i thy action .. y

3 C-v-r's Ivcn hits Q in addition to his Carolina cstatrs, aiui Cassior's Magazine.WHY the livr i 1tprom.P1i .. ,:tta:2.tioa: : ,
tte'S atid bowels. At hone or at.t'1jHood'tj "
>>s Jrr; I' if't.t cotnfso tho great halls m:<1 suet" : ic:;s drawing Ii. "1
8 end friend.
f i j the very Lrtt Fills are a I2tC'zC3.i7J K
J.zc rooms of tho Audrey/'s mansion worn WOMEN MAKE POOR DETECTIVESA --- REASONABLE CHAB6ES.Stablca

frequently throsged with a gay 0)1"::- Dr. Powell's "Hever-Fail" Fever J "
IT'CUnE'S m Secret Service Man the Cure t/.aKigJ itf '
L.. Says OppositeSex ,
pany of tho mast distinguishorl pppploof 1m fuuiul saie with -
.. ,. may on any of the following !-
Jill al3--ltat KiiSccy and .w..V'0 C'I' tho stato. TIm lust" was passionately Make Bad Spies. : corner Call and Tborapnon streets, one bloofc from Depot. ;

Neura2ia! Trcucles, 0 fond of the chiise: 1d. dolight/-l to: assemble "Women are not good detectives," .
tall Constipation, >Impure: Blood ra said experienced secret service J.I. OASKIKS Starke. Fla. ,
an
man ,
about him tboso who fhired in 8TAUKE DCUO.CO.. "
a Malaria, Nor*vo? c2cient5o g his Icvo of sport. Deer; bunts, participated : on being asked his opinion. "To begin OEO. S. ROACH & BBO., New River, Pla. MORGAN BROS:
p
Wonsn's "
C =.i.litifS. II. C.PARKER & CKO., "
Get only the rtnulfcc: crossed red in by fztmons fiportsiiu.-n :r;I't nil with, there are many places to which a U. S. YOUNG Hampton, Fla. ,

2 line ca tLt11'=, mr. = over tho south, were fcntnrfs of every woman cannot go without exciting suspicion HARVEY. JARRETT, LakeiTide. FJL. ;

0 BROWN CHEMICAL: C':. UALT1WCRE r:::, MD. ".. season. The enir.a: open Jjnjil ;t'L"tl'- and this defeats: her object at K.V.LUKE.. JONES DRAWDEY, : lacrosse.ritiellill.FU Kla. P. O. Building, S uket..'Fla.

..IGB : OC G D9=- ity that dictated hospitality s.) niaricd the outsets but beyond this woman is i:,1. .. Dmu u c:., VMe, F"1a.,.
\ L. DLAIH.t. i' NEW6DSALERS SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS and 1
unfitted by nature for detective work. ,
f obtained between master steel SJ.Y'>, ::!'.d !- L. JONES Turpentine! Camps .
1;''' The Largest and Most Complete Estab- tho largo; retime of ppr.aits :U tbo hull "In the first place, sho jumps at a con- JOHN A. KINO, Lake Butler Fla.V. : 1d
lishment South. clusion and acts it in :M. O. GILl.. to. .
happy free It traditional on opposition to .. d
were a caro sot. was TOWNSEND BROS Wholesale I. Stationers
Geo. S: Hacker & that no one win ever scat awsyempty" all human probabilities, possibilities J. II, PO'.VLINJ .. andjgtajl

Son. handed who applied for aid' ::t I and reason. As a rule, a woman does S.C.J.HOiJGHTu M1ESUOTT. :::;. Sampson Widdli-burg., Fl... ._

the doors tfthls plantation homo. not reason. She looks on a thing as she I ODOJ: imos., Providence "

This old hall, in which seven generations wants it to be or thinks it ought to be, "W.HENRY F. BYNUM A )VI,LEON, Drew Fort WLite, Fla.111tH ,Fla. Dealers in Musical Instruments and Merchandise: Wall Paper, Novelties, .t
t of tho Rune family hail hvt'Jt. living and will follow that theory. She is led sriUSG.S HEU. CO.. Hisrh Springs, Fla. Picture frames made to order. Fall line of School Book* and Supplies ,"
by prejudices, favors or sympathies, regardless J. II. JOII S. Houston, Orders for zeeeited. Christmas in -
almost ideal livos, met with atc:>pic JOHN M. CARP, Melrose, Legal Blanks. Printing good MMOO. i
fate. Tho organized Ktrnjrglo: I botwwn of facts. S. I.. wm: nc >. Mikcsville. .
"As a detective she is sometimes a F, J RIVE!:9. Newnansville; .
the north and south was at an end bat
I: the ''radcrs" .vero in pos *siou of thin success in entrapping a man, but her J.1..1\1 n, KOON COLSON, % .Ma.Lttesrille<;on. "" \

CL.!:ItIj'. They had already t-r.cJred gad work generally ends in a blunder which N. G. HAYS, I..a'ro2se. .WTSO 1 :' ; -

destroyed every ham ia tL(parish, betrays her. She is persevering only Southern Chemical Co.

with a single exception, and that plantation when moved by passion. She does not '- # :

was occupied by an enemy mere look at a case dispassionately. She at .Stat-ke, ]I<' .., '

dreaded oven than demorali/.twl soldiers once decides that he or she is guilty 'or Sole .lU'i'S. LIVERY FEED! "AND SALESTABLKSJ.

namely, smallpox. That fTightened innocent and works on that theory."A ,
woman enjoys the mysterious .
even rough handed rapacity away, and ,
-MANUFA.CTUBEES OFDOORS venerable Drayton Hall today: famous: she is so elated at her position as detective -

SASH BLINDS for its wonderful gardens, was preserved that she is unable to conceal her rt Hodges Block Starke FJa.isst '- :

inviolate. The knowledge of the fata identity or the secret investigations of Known .


Moulding & Building Material, neighbors that had, overtaken and which the ho felt homos that of r.few his a case."Women are even failures in running k.a 0 Grown Sold Everywhere.Everywhere.Everywhere. .. Has lila ttsi,.il riflifli lorsss in Us itt '

hours would his down criminals of their own sex. A "
Sash Weights and Cord more precipitate upon A. .
woman criminal will mislead a woman '
determined Colonel Hell.
.
own, Calling .. .
.tRr '. F:a .p.z.t"r.tr -;:;:;.U'
tl RLESTON, 8. C. for kindling wood, surrounded by his detective by working on her vanity,, JR .
I awestricken servants, he himself applied l : credulity or sympathy, and, worst of As your fit-clef for '-

Porctute: our make: which we guarantee Supe- the pine torch to his household gods. all, if the detective bo attractive and Kerry'n !"t>tonll Annual piontersanrt for lovers 1H95.Inveluable .. I Gentle Hl'ses.- Stylish Rigs. ,.

rior to any Bold South and thereby Pictures farnituro val. the man criminal handsome-well, a of Fine Vendibles and lloautlful,
plate, antique ,
,_Flowers.
are Writeforlt-6ree. < {
money. ued heirlooms-all wore sacrificed save man is better for detective work, and D.M. FEKKYACO.,, Horses -Boarded at Reasonable Prices and Given Bast Attention. p
WINDOW AND FANCY GLASS A SPECIALTY' Uctrolt Midi.n .
besides a woman will sell out a case
'- the small number which could be hastily t
and cheaply at that, relying her x
secreted by trusted slaves when they upon

i.000,000 People. WeariWLJouglasSlioes learned of his intention. It is related by sex to escape punishment if detected. outhern-

0 eyewitness that the stalwart planter -New York Herald. ({I{t .. -. -

I ) ] I : wept tears of infinite sorrow as the *itafU appouxNa.r c
OFFICE I
OF S. CIIERRY
sounds of falling brick and crumbling iWAYHE'Sictcmal
HAND woodwork smote upon his ears. hint SAVANNAH GA. Q'
40 BEST OIITh. :
SEWED$3_ IN THE I back of the house is an ancient monument ilnssus.! LIPPMAN Duos.. Savannah Ga. wlthoat any rRailway a ,

; ORLD. erected to commemorate ono of Dear Sirs:-I would like to add .my \niodiein*. earaa t tS -
t r. a.nfflfc. aU
$5.00: Carolina's colonial governors, an ancestor testimony to' the almost miraculous effect "fora Coos on the txti.t.eaioetrvrrt.te.ndhe4it.. + .

'. iii 3.00$4.oo of the doughty colonel. It was on of 1": 1*. P. in the case fir Mary lugrahim. di.noM,*e k rlr.|? ..r. ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
I fWU t,dretI.rer or Mat by ir tl I-T Ss.cu. A Hs nu,
the base of tbis shaft that tho master of .
): woman living on my pl ce. She .oar.. Ptaa.lpha, P.Ask)tut dra ,tt L,it.es .
$2.50 the sat and watched the destruction
manor -- -----
had & constant cough, .sore throat, debility .
of his homo. I R a THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING noora CARS,
etc., and tens emaciated to a degree
$150 .
$2.00 Wo retrace our way along the ranks
O GO COMPARTMENT CARS DINING CARS '
is that she uimhlu If- Q ?
of rare old trees, passing through the was to get out of bed l

$2,$ S1.T5 ancient gateway, fit subject 'for poet's unaided, being given up lty l physicians, w-lj 'd THORQUGHFAHZ COACHES, VESTI8ULED TRAILS t-

..I theme, into the open road where we are she had taken the ruinous sn-called)) blond! I ( .

$225: For BoyS greeted by a procession of oaks as sym medicines without the least effect until I ; ;: QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED. -

,"' metrical as those we left behind. Milesof hem" put under the 1'. P. P., Fhe !immediately 2Ifllg.Mrr
f :
'.Men iMTufla] moss fringed trees, their somber cur og;. ......... -- .
to anti is in
tt3I1 w Deaclae oboe and ... begitn: improve now .4
I
from II
tains far above and North EA 3t. North: AD.d.goot..
again nn.c1.
IM n.oe a pair. All styles and swaying \ : ;
$1.ell as good heaMh! ns ever in her ii!e. You ci 0Jfj .
WNvanceInleatherhatlncreaaedthevg drooping so as almost to touch tho earth .. 0
prio *th r makes, but the quality and pricci of ; can refer to me at n .'y time na to the 'P iL ...: :g .' NO.33. ."0. 09. NO. 13. t ..0.7.. life+
W.If,Depths_ remain the ..me. about their feet, continue even to the -- 2 ) zt4 Hm ALL TSAiNS DAILY. "Blurt. Uw> .t-...r"t ALL TRAINS DAILY. a.et..aI .trtla
Intl.oeebstitateseethatnameandpriceteermped effect of P. P. 1'. in the foregoiug c se. CuCAUi: U.IIM." Jlell" ..,... .....' Etr' '-" lt: +.
cleared of land immediately in o3U
strip ;
pailIt.let7.aoatlasllaocaroxAtASS i O'r.J
&iiby I front of tho Opposite lies the Yours truly r:: ct : LT.Jaekennvlia, F.G&P_. 7 M am 6 20 pm Lv: Jal'ka-JuvIlle, P.G4P.. 6 :D pm 1"s.t' ;
bridge. I I SAMUEL Ev ietc ". _. 9 55 am S 4*. pm ]jv; :'\Lt, Bouthera. 8 60 rm 10 Watt "
J. M. ALYAREZ, Starke. city, her cluster turrets and slender CHERRY. ..- I A..J.u .. i-avannHh 11 ff)sm 10 41 pm Ar.Macon ". 246 am 4 CO not '
\ S M olnmt.Lt Southernb M pm 4 & am Atlanta H. S 45 am 030 t
paS3
BUnton, '& Cameron, Hampton. spires outlined against the evening sky. Miss Hichar.ls. of this city, is in possession z .!:f rf'a Ar. Clinrlotte .... _. H :!U IUU 1 P)am Cbittau 7 10 pm 6 am, l
I ip _: Asked how we like the oaks, we say o oHrt M .I, \\tlllhi lt'nn. _. (I C am 8 SO pm Cincinnati, Q. & C._, 1 20 amJ201n'n 120,Itt .
a that they are tlb3 utifuJ," bat all the of u curiosity in the shape of nnolil E "* raltiirore. Vcnn..R.RII. .(it am II 25 pm Ar.mrmtn >ham. SoaUiern .,.;;...:;; I
!0.1rmraIZ 3 (X) .
READ ticket headed Jefferson i:: .. Fut'a'olphi : am "
: : 1/y Oavis 0 0 ..., .lI.1f 8- LoUIS Cxlroeh.Une 7 HOnm
while Ve are conscious that they have a 1 r a NewVorS.tr. _. 53 put b 20 am .----, r
i of Mississippi, for president and 'f 1 Ar. )!emph X.CK.AB 10 CO pa ..,...,
THE TWOTIMESAWEEKHAVANNAIr charm of their own not to be interpreted .....BD Apt 4}C' a'C" AibevHlo. Souhern.i... ___ 10 19 am KaaiwClty.M 6 00 pm.i|""",,, ..._' i J
>i in \\"ort1s.-Cor. Hew York Post. II. Stephens, of Georgia, for vice Ah'X'1 -
f%., WEEKLY MEWS : dent. It was a ticket used-in the w u-.. 0.3 row 4 t'cr full information! apply to any Agent of- this great Railway
I
'g .
A Great Landowner.A =
r>f Virginia: :us upon the list of electors .
its conncctlon5.IV.
;' J' AN"s-PAG'1' tourist was being driven over a I < of w'e ti') .-. .".,. System, or ?
PAPER the names; of prominentVirginians. SlC
I appear many U8
part of the country in Ireland where his : .Orlando Heporlcr.I .".. t:1: t A. TUSK, C. A. BENSCOTEJl, S. rk HARDWICIU J p .
11n \
k-:. 104 TIMES A YEAR infernal majesty appeared to have given .
A \1/1y General pi Agent. AssLQsn.; P 1.u.I.;snt. List CUn'J Paaa. Ac nk f'

y his name to n1I'the objects of interest Say, why don't you try De Witt's Little I Y/LaHIgGTOfI, D. C. : KNOXVilLE: TENN.W. aTLaW: .'. t
f 4I.L'1'IiE in the for there tho Dev I I O
; NEWS. locality, was ; -.
Eatly Risers These little pills cure t Jd- t
t1 r il's the Devil's caldron theDevil's D. ALLEN,
bridge, ;
.
A PAPER ,
i FOR THE HO IE. I I headache, indigestion: and constipation. ; "
glen, etc. Said the traveler: Florida Passengsr' As nt,
They're small! but du the Wv rk. Starke ( fat t.
"The devil seems to be tho greatest I 5.fij? 212 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE f'IA
'!.OO A YEAR. J-1 ,
6WH SAMPLE COPIES
landowner in these parts." Drug Co. &gM3O .to---... j

: FREE.WFEKLY .' "Ah, sure, your honor," replied the 1 sls 03 iTnlv S.SCZiT.SOC.BRING .- t
[PHOTECTIG3 frets the grip, II 3 i fe: -- .
jarvey, "that is so, but he lives in Eng- ?1o
s ,'.-, NEWS land. I think ho's what they call an I I F pneumonia, .Uphtheria, fever: and t--4" 0 Cf 0) I II I .

U, absentee landlord in Ireland.London : epidemics is given by Hood's Sarsapa- I' 0= ln J I '

SAVANJiAII, GA. Ooutlen onmll. 'I rjJl.] It makes PURE BLOOD K US YOUR JOB WORK.-. -

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1?1"J J ,r.. ,' =-. J The- Inequality of Foti, "

A CAPITAL NOTES.I I force such a3 Great'Britain could send FLORIDA 'BRIEFS.ITEMS 1+r winter between.Pnlm' : Beach an4 aseau.N. DURRANI> GUILTY. It's r'al'y discouragiri' ; "'
P. Vthe'-people who were arranging -
V 4 against us;' and to .(study of naval : er Corntoasel, aa he laid'doi
: movements by which, the North At- to put?on, a: :regular, line be- per., .
,Jacksonville' and .Nassau have .
lantic could best tween "What is?" iJia
squadron oppose a MURDERED inquired
i' t ,:abandoned the project. ,They' were ,THE JURY SAY HE :
GOSSIP OP WASHINGTON ,IN large 'vaLforce in the gulf of Mexico OF INTEREST, GATHEREDAT :I of small 'Ter see so many firaw
negotiating for the'purchase, a LAJtO "r.
and the Caribbean sea this winter. A POOR BLANCHE thet don't git ter be 'nothia*
BRIEF PARAGRAPHS. RANDOM. steamship which was to have arrived V "'
)
th"methods 'defense ,
study of of of .. fourthclass'postmatiterL":.-'"
has
October 15. The steamship
Gardiner's bay and the New York harbor about ton Star. '
,. I VIce
not yet arrived and the promoters of The-Verdict Generally Approved-Attorneys .
was ,begun with the squadron in '
+: Doings. of the,Chiefs and Heads of the News from all Parts of the State the line have about given up the idea. tongs are amongk.
5 the spring, but was not completed.] Will,AppeaL ]
Various Departments. The work on the New England coast Summarized. The.'falling,through ,of this line, fads, and fill a Jon -ftU;:V' "

however,,does not mean ,that' there -- dling ice. They show : ,
-- was completed and the answer as to -- ii V, .
The president and Secretary of War' the best mode of defense was workedout will be no steamer to Nassau from Theodore Durrant is the murderer j i j I end aDd a claw at the other. : J
The has appointed EugeneF. there is
Xamont have changed the name of and will, bo kept secret. The governor Jacksonville this season, as a of Blanche Lamont. That was the ver- ?'.!t.
of West Palm Beach to that Trip Undertaken
in for
Sandy Hook to Fort Hancock in r>*...v iprn< woT-ltrd *>nt at ih<> nollfcrp Rte McKinney, steamer being built right port dict of ,the ]jury at San Francisco Fri Will bas rendered mora HnfUfm]'
honor of the late General Hancock. disclosed in the report of the bureau. be notary public at large. will probably be put into service on day afternoon, after being out twenty- fatigues trave1coanter beneficial't'

,This action'is taken on the recommendation The significant fact is, however, that this route. It is the steamer Three eight minutes., ,The verdict ,was received will' take along with! him Ho"!.f.UJ
of General Mile, commander the work was by special order and that Osceola county is the cattle section of Friends, which is now nearly com- with a shout of applause from Bitter.and use tbat protective etteti n4
the president the order hasteningwork South Florida and the industry is improving pleted. The Three Friends belongsto tonic, nerve invJgorant and aDBt
the east. gave
; of the department of the audience who packed the court- larly. lmpTiritJe in air and w S
t on the vessels being constructed.To ; each year. A few days since Mr.C. the Broward brothers'and Geo. A. izert by it. and it i< a matchlw tS
United States Minister Terrell cabl- O. Carson contracted with a Tampa DeCottes. It is a staunch vessel and room. t end resnlatnr of theBtomaeh.llTerii
ed the state department Saturday that Restore The Buildings. The closing scene of the great trialwas It counteracts malaria. rbetnaaf
firm'to deliver 500 head of beef,cattle is built with a view of carrying pas
tendency to kidney and
he" had formally 'warned the sultan Secretary Herbert''presided at an full of dramatic interest pathosand I bladder i
little
during November. The cattle are being sengers and freight, and there is C.....
that will be held enthusiastic of several hun- excitement. The district attorney's :
Turkey responsiblefor meeting will be the Sympathy never goes very far
for doubt but that she put on .
the safety and security of all American dred alumni and friends of the Univer- gathered: now shipment. Nassau line and will secure the mail peroration ;was an able effjrt. a helping.hand. '-..
missionaries in the Ottoman ems sity of Virginia at Washington Saturday contract. Link by link the chain! had been Dr. Ki!'pier's Sw AIIP-Ro;);''''r

pire. Minister Terrell's sudden, anxious :- night which was called to take Clerk Wolff:of the Nassau county welded until it had been shown beyond sll' Kidney and Klad.ler. trop
Famph and Consult...
efforts in behalf of American missionaries action regarding the conflagrationsome court has received a telegram from November Weather. doubt that Dnrrant had murdered Laboratory Blnlthalnto1l..N..J tion f :

in not without a which the State's orderingthe Blanche Lamont April 3d by
Turkey are days ago destroyed Attorney Hartridge The following is an outline of the on It takes a n expert to find -"ijj .
't' good and,sufficient cause. That their most important edifices of that famous adjournment of the Nassau circuit weather that be expected for November strangulation.The tome experts. the' .
lives have been in jeopardy has been institution. In calling the meet- court sine die. This will postpone the I may observations oftwentyfour charge of Judge Murphy occupied <}J
deduced from .
known to the well informed for m nths. ing to order tbo secretary de- fall term till December. The cause is bureau a little over an hour in delivery.As The Mire ODe U.es Pnku'.GI..e .
e by the weather the its virtues
more
,
are revealed
Secretary Carlisle has returned to clared that the university, was the serious illnets of the wife of Judge : years' soon as the court completed the colds indigestion,pain and everytre tail

Washington from Kentucky, where he the crowning work of Thomas Jef Call. charge Mr. Dickinsbn took nn exception .

registered. He will return there next ferson's career. President Thornton, -- Temperature.-Mtan or normal temperature on the ground that his honor had W'.u.1

Thursday and vote. The exodus of of the university, vividly described the Census-takers come across some very 62 degrees; the warmest No- not read the instructions submitted as

clerks and employes who intend to exercise incident of the fire and the heroic ef- queer people. In this case Mr. R. B. vember was that of 1881,.with an average the defense had written them. The 'ti

the right of suffrage in the No- fort's of the students to save the valuable Carpenter reports finding, in the I of 66 degrees; the coldest November jury was then given in charge of two

vember elections in the several states collections especially the price- country near Tallahassee an old colored was that of 1872, with an average deputy sheriffs and conducted to the

has commenced. Those living in Ohio less historical document contained in woman 110 years of age. She I of 56 degrees; the highest temperature jury room. J

and northern New York have, many of the library, and announced that ma- claims to have been a servant in the during any November was 86 degreeson Suppressed excitement was manifested -

them, already gone and each outgoing ture plans of tho faculty would be laid home of George Washington in Vir November 13,1889; the lowest temperature thoughout the courtroom and i

train is carrying others. Many of the before the board of visitors for the ginia. 'She is totally helpless. during any November was 26 the corridors outside during'' the wait

high officials are already home. The immediate restoration of the central degrees, on November 21, 1887. which succeeded the departure of the It

exodus |is said to be more general than building and the construction of four Judge Phillips, of Tampa has issued Precipitation.Average for the jury. There was a great deal of spec- ,

1a l ieaVUnited. distinct buildings for the departments a mandamus compelling the' nrontb, 2,52 inches; average numberof ulation as to how long the jury would

States Consul Stephan, at of law, physics and engineering and county commissioners of Polk countyto days with .01 of an inch or more, remain out. ,. ,i \ o

Annaberg, in a report to the state de- the academical branches. it sue licenses to the liquor dealers 8 ; the greatest monthly precipitationwas On the First Ballot.

partment, quotes Ernest Faber, the Postmaster General Wilson'asserted who have applied for them. The 6.09 inches, in 1880 ; the least The jury took the first ballot, whichwas

well known pencil maker, as deploringthe that Jefferson, Madison and Monroe county went "dry" at the last election monthly precipitation was .09 inches, for murder in the first degree. I

condition of the lead pencil indus- established the university as an essen- but it is claimed that the election was 1887; the greatest amount of precipi- Word was sent at once to the court Tainted BlooI:

1 Jrv in Germany. Fe complains that tial feature of the United States, knowing illegal and that the majority of the tation recorded in any 24 consecutive and Judge Murphy sent for the jury. :: .... f :

the barbarous destruction of valuable that the nation could only survive electors were in favor of saloons. hours was 3.75 inches on November While this was geing on Durrant eat Poisoned my whole- system local .

cedar forests in America "' replanting with such educational institutions, 27 and 28, 1884. in the courtroom beside his counsel being t'ue origin of my suffering Mj Land

1 has greatly increased the Gardiner S. Hubbard, of Massachu- What little Cuban news has come Clouds and Weather.-Average number conversing with his mother and severalof amis swelled and sores broto"(oat.,,

price of wood suitable for pencil mak- setts, showed that the university was direct to Tampa the past week con- of clear days, 11; average numberof her lady friends.As nervon4 system was shattered and 11': <

.. ing, while the Americans have liter- the first that was worthy of the name cerns the attitude of Spain towardsthe partly cloudy "days 11; average soon as Mrs. Durrant learned helpless. ..Medical treatment availed] ,

ally swamped the British and! Mexican in America and that even Harvard United States, rather than the actual number of cloudy days 8. that the jury was coming in her demeanor Hood's Sarsaparil

x and Indian markets with cut pencils.The adopted its example. progress of the insurrection it- Win .-The prevailing winds have changed from one of gayety,

y grand jury of the district Thursday Thomas Nelson Page presented reso- self. A telegram from Madrid describes been from the northeast; the highest and a look of dread came over her gave me vitality at once. I gained i

i afternoon returned an indictment lutions regretting the calamity advo- ,the feeling in court and official velocity of the wind during any No- face, which was not reflected in that of and the sores disappeared. 'I RainaJst*-
; Mus Elizabeth cating the restoration according to circle there vember was 36 miles, on November, her son. He stoically watched the and was floally restored to health.1* ]
bitter
; against Flagler, charged Jefferson's original plans and com- as extremely to- ELBKIDOK: E. 8 errs, P. O. addnsi-
y l with manslaughter in the shooting of mending the action of the students ward this country, because of the atti- 1871. jurymen as they took their seats, as if Oranrtile U&33. Get liooD's.Sao's ., ... p
e ,r Ernest Green the colored boy, lastS tude of the cabinet whenever the Cu- -- to get from their features the importof -

August, while he was picking pp a which were adopted. Solicitor Gen- ban question has been brought to the Postmaster Robbed, Uncle Sam. the verdict which their early return Pills tMl1I .
eral Conrad claimed that the whole
z A curious that has up'at
case come
---
t pear from under a tree in the yard front. portended.As
nation was interested in the perpetuity the present term of the United States
surrounding the Flagler residence. Foreman Dutton pronounced tho "A Penny
Mies Flagler is now under bail in the of an institution which set the The finest yacht ever put up this court at Tampa is that of a colored verdict of guilty of murder in the first ii

cum of $10,000, based upon the'proceedings standard of personal honor eo high aide of Mason and Dixon's line may postmaster from DeSoto county. His degree the large audience which had Saved is a
its students and its influence
before the coroner's jury. among spread now be seen on the ways at CaptainW. appointment was far from acceptableto listened in perfect silence for the

No'new process will be necessary, the entire for truth and A committee honesty over the W. Swett's boatyard at Tampa. the citizens of the town, and they words which he was to utter, rose and Penny!Earned !!t

V district attorney states, to secure her country. was ap Designed by the famous New York immediately proceeded to get even uttered yell which echoed far out in *

p presence in court to plead to the in- pointed to secure subscriptions to restore yachtsman and builder A. Carey with him. This is the way they did it: the corridors. But a penny saved:;if

' ? dictment, and until a day is fixed for the university buildings. Smith, this boat is being built to the In the lower grade postoffices theincumbent's :Most of those in the audience were buying a poor articled

,the trial no proceedings will occur in CENTRAL CHANGES. order of Mr. Chester W. Chapin, and remuneration depends on women. The 'cries which went up food is a dollar lost,tti

'> tho case. even to the unpracticed eye of the the number of postage stamps cancelled from them fell upon the ear of the the doctor. -s
c and it is strictly no cancella- convicted murderer's
amateur her lines and mother like
The Alaskan Line. The Transfer Made and New Officers general eet-np a
j if Elected. < indicate both speed and staunchness.The tions, no pay. The people of the town blow and it brought her the first real- BUY
The report of the joint commission- '-""
new yacht is 61 feet end 3 inches in question knew this as well as any- ization of the force of the words of the
under the convention At of Nov. 1st the
midnight
era appointed -
property and when the mail train
all and 43 the body, came foreman. Her face averted she
over line was
on water 16 as
made in 1892 between Great Britain of the Central Railroad and Bank-
feet beam and they mailed their letters thus depriv- had nerved herself for ordeal but
she ,
will draw just 5 the '
and the United States for the ing Company of Georgia was formally
survey feet. ing the postmaster of his revenues.In though of marvelous kt'
possessed
of the territory of the United States transferred to the Central of Georgia cour- ".
the meantime the colored lt,
postmaster a burst from her lips folio wed !,
tt .. and Canada, adjacent to the boundary Railroad Company. The transfer was age cry ; )t
had the of
The fish wharves at Tampa pleasure handlingthe by a hysterical outburst of sobs. SELFRAISINDRuckwheat.Saves ;
present
;t line diViding'Alwa and Canada, will brief, as every detail had been care- and
lively scenes these days. The water incoming-mail doing the As he listened intently to the words
lb be .made in the course of the next fully arranged beforehand.The .
of the office. But
there ,
mODtheneral front is constantly lined with all sorts drudgery was which sealed his fate Durant par-
I three vice president of the temporary : .
I and conditions of craft, from the big no money, and when he was discoveredto tially rose from his seat. The look on ., 1-
Dnffield
chief of the coast organization, Mr. Ralph L. Anderson "t
clipper-built boat down to the be $100 short in his accounts it was his face was one of defiance and it
and geodetic survey, is the commissioner Jr., of New York, has issued a circular dingy was ;:"
i little smack that has better generally conceded that he had taken apparent that he had it in mind to ad-
,,3 on behalf of the United States, I stating the fact of the transfer to seen days. Health, u.
Some idea of the fish brought in that way of getting even, and his arrest dress the jury. The first from his
and D. F. King serves in a like capacity : the new company. The temporary officers I may cry Dollars
be gathered from the fact that John followed. mother changed his mind if he had
1 .for Great Britain. The purpose of I of the new company, elected by : "
,. the survey is to furnish a basis for the : the temporary board of directors, are Savarese alone, in one day, received Colonel Trabue appears for the such intention. He sat down, turned And Time. V

, ;r ,determination of the line from altitude as follows: 18,000. Many these were, of course, prisoner and takes for his ground that to his mother, and took her fondly in ,

t r j 54 degrees 40 minutes north, to Vice President-Ralph L. Anderson mullet, of which the supply now seemsas !, his client is entitled to compensation his arms. COLE'S V -

where the boundary line encounters Jr. inexhaustible as did the supply of and has filed a claim against the gov- As the jurymen marched by Durrantand in JEW DO1HSTXO

1 f the-141st degree ,of longitude, which' Secretary-William E. Finley. mackerel in northern seas ten years ernment, for 81,500-80 new departure, his mother they looked sympa- .

.; runs northward, making the eastern Treasurer-W. A. C. Ewen. ago. but one which has evidently somethingto thetically upon the sad picture of the QBERRY'

boundary of Alaska. General Connsel-Henry Crawford.All : commend it. weeping woman upon the shoulder of .
An Important Order. her condemned
the officers New son. ."
temporary are
-
National Debt Increases.
a York men. The following general An order has been received from Want No More Deposits.A Then Judge Murphy announced that
#; The debt statement issued Friday Judge Locke, of the United States next Friday he would sentence
pass
officers have been named in the vice- few days ago the people of Orlando -
I 4, shows a net increase in the public president's circular: Lawton & Cunningham court and filed in the clerk's office at were startled by the statement upon Dnrrant and at the time he wouldfix

debt, less cash in the treasury, during general solicitors, Savan- Jacksonville in the case of Errington Ii that the First National Bank of Or- the time for beginning the trial of
October of The
debt 5321472.: interest- nah; Theodore D. Kline, general et aL, vs. the First ,National Bank of lando had refused to receive any fur- Durrant for the murder of Minnie'
increased
a? V bearing was debt $740.decreased: The superintendent rail lines, in charge of Orlando, et al. The order is to the ther deposits, and there were all sorts Williams.
non-interest-bearing
$116,632 and cash in the treasury decreased transportation road and machinery effect that the court decrees that the of wild rumors that the bank was go- t Meets With Approbation.The .

4 r $5,437,364. The balance of department Savannah; William F. complainants have leave to amend the ing to suspend, that the officers were verdict of the jury meets with
:
the several classes of debt at the close Shellman, traffic manager of rail lines, prayer of his bill as to setting aside going to move away etc. Still it did general approbation. The town, is
Savannah William Hawn auditor the consolidation and the appointmentof not much wild over it and it resembled the
i; of business October 31st were: Inter- ; of. produce as excitement as aftermath -
" rail lines Savannah Walter a receiver, so that the prayer shall, would of election.
ft est-bearing debt $747,361,500 debton ; Askew one expect, following so soon an Durrant
: ;
which interest has ceased since ma- assistant treasurer Savannah; J. F. in lieu thereof, pray that it be decreed upon the dismissal of the cases againstthe himself,takes it coolly and says he has

turity, $1,681,670; debt bearing no in- Comer, purchasing agent Savannah, that the assets transferred by the Citizens' officers connected with the bankat not yet lost-hope. His attorney will

' terest, 377335876. Total, $1,126- and J. P. Beckwith, general freight National bank be held in trust the time of its failure, a few years appeal to the supreme court on a bill

379,106. and passenger agent steamship line, by the latter bank for the payment of of exceptions, the material for which .4
.
': fi The certificates and treasury notes New York the_plaintiffs share, _to be ascertained, ago.Investigation showed that they had accumulated during the trial.

In addition to the work of the new and upon said amendment being made taken this step from purely business --
onset
:1 by an equal amount of cash in
: the demurrer be overruled otherwisethe TROOPS FIRE ON A MOB. ,
all the officers will ,
perform motives. The
company stated
the reasons, as by
i : treasury outstanding at the end of rF
,', the month decrease such duties as may be required of demurrer be sustained. The de- President W. B. Jackson, were that the ;
were $591,102,673
a Would-be
,
.. of them in completing the unfinished fendants are to have until the Decem directors at a recent meeting decided Lynchers'Stopped by Bul-
9125020. The total cash
ber rule day to plead or The lets-Two Men Killed.In .
work of the receivers. answer.
that
they could not safely loan
in the
treasury was 812137610. money
p :; The gold reserve was $92,943,179.Net The. receivers continue in charge of order was made by Judge Locke, in entrusted to them and thusabout their an attempt early Sunday morn

cash balance $87,004,819. In the I the Montgomery and Eufaula, the open court, at Tampa. only source of income had disappeared ing to avenge the murder of August 0 r's;
Mobile and Girard and Schultz, the city marshal of Tiffin
the Savannahand while ,
dollar
,
month there decrease deposited with
I was a in gold every
Atlantic railroads 0., who was shot down in cold blood of
:' '1 coin and bars of $196,673, the total at until after the Florida Railroads In It. them added to their responsibility and '. ;i
Leander
1'I. sales of those properties and the con- increased the by J. Martin, alias Williams,
the close amount of work
being $143,360,838. Of sil- President Samuel Spencer of the they had .f
farmer ;
firmation of the same by the court. to do u of Hopewell township, a few
and added to the
there
ver was a decrease of $4,594- Southern railway cares of their
No president has been elected by says: days ago two more victims were addedto BETTER THAN A GOLD MINE.*
; 385. Of the surplus there was in na- "The successful formation of the bookkeeper. They have no intentionof
the new company, and none will be the tdgio affair. At 1:30 o'clock a IU1M jour own coffee at MM thal&lceDcaPgi''i
tional bank surrendering their
depositories $15,513,185, Southern States' Freight Associationand charter and will mob of 150 Let Ufthurtffitore coffee r>.
elected for fifteen or twenty days. continue to do all infuriated men, many of and rich miaV delight. J lutnre North or Sort**
; against $16,047,105 at the end of the the putting of the kinds of banking
Then a permanent board of directors agreement into whom were under the influence of four Ir.ODtha. Plant any time np to the aiel of Jn:,
preceding month. practical operation have had except receiving deposits. They state 10,000 farmer applied and every one prauea
will benamed and Mr. H. M. Comer a steady- liquor, attacked the jail in an effort to Bu produced over sixty buabe) per.en. Gas.prrf .
" Cleveland Gives Pe rsonal Orders As will be elected president.The ing effect on rates and created a confi- that they have sufficient money on : secure Martin and hang him. A er U to tore coffee. ProoucM two crop.y Mr I:
hand volley la the South. Large packet postpaid 51 cents JJ
dence which has to meet immediate demands
r, .f, to the Navy. policy of the new as not existed in the any : from a half dozen Winchesters met enough to plant auu hills. 50 cents or (tamp*. J*
company
south for two three and will work to make sufficient out of make 300 pare of moat delicious coffer,good enow*
or
''r A significant fact bearing on Mr. stated in the circular is "that the prop- years. i them and two of the mob were killed. r.r.ktngI.rapenedlog tore coffee as fat Ya
Cleveland's "I now understand; that the Florida their assets to meet the thousands of merit became knowm. of ants .
: attitude towards Mr.OlneyV erty shall be operated in its own interests i At daylight crowds began to gather Large catalogue an
Central and Peninsular dollars of outstanding time certificates arlles"t seeds aixl tMtlmonUls from patron
. vigorous foreign policy" was so as to make the best results railway will at in the vicinity of the jail and Sheriff over the Union lent free with each order by ,
_ disclosed It is once become a member of the associa which were issued at the time the bank :cttD"1..ur. ,
} Saturday. already for itself. 'I. Van Nest, fearing further trouble C. E. COLE
!. tion. It has not been resumed and they they hope to be Buckner, Mom ,
member say
known that work on the naval vessels Major W. F. Shellman, traffic manager a for I called out company C, of the Sixteenth
: some This will able to do so. tF"ffrtrittl vAolMote to *and!"*"
prices farmer
years.
under construction and the ordinance bring into the
on has announced the following ap- regiment, Ohio national guards, to chant, iMo. cluw Jro.s,S>|a $SU per mu*thttAi
i; has been hastened. The fact is pointments in his department: Gen- association the Florida lines of the maintain order. the aroad ./'"*feed daring e ictntfr.V _

: now disclosed that this hastening of eral Fright Agent, W. A. Winburn Plant system which have heretofore B Br ta>* V VrV B BVM B 'v-
BIG
; CARGO OP RIOT Fairs
COTTON. AMONG
been outside of it NEGROES.Two AWARD-i
. work was by the direct personal orderof I General Passenger Agent, J. C. Haile; on account of the -- --- HIGHEST

' the president himself. It is an unusual Claim Agent, J. L. Graham. non-membership and Peninsular. of. the Florida Central A British Steamer Carries 14,020 Participants Were Killed and a JM ERIALV

'. thing for the president to interfere I Circular,No. 1, issued by General Bales from Brunswick.The Number Injured.

,' in matters of this sort, they being' Superintendent T. D. Kline, makes All this materially strengthens the British steamship the Lord Ern, A bloody riot occurred a GRANUM

': :.. left entirely to the secretary. The the following appointments: association and increases confidence. J. Dunn, master, capacity 3,647 tons, crowd of negroee in Bossier!! among Parish, .

. ; anxiety displayed by him in this instance Superintendent of TransportionF. Ii rates are as well maintained as is the biggest steamship ever loaded between La., fifteen miles from Shreveport in

,: 11 to have tho Maine and the S. Jett; Chief EngineerWilliamHunter now expected, the small cotton crop Baltimore and New Orleans which two were killed and several ,in- Prescribed ;

; f. other vessels completed and fitted for ; Superintendent Main Stem as compared with last year, will not cleared from Brunswick for Liverpool jured. A negro implicated in the *
r actual service and Division-S. C. Hoge injuriously affect the of Relied on in Hospitals
as soon as possible ; Superintendent earnings Thursday carrying mixed cargo composed killing has been arrested. He stated
} his to the extent of Southwestern Division B. C. southern railways. This is
going personally Ep particularly of 14,026 tales of cotton, 180 that his name was Albert Hicks and
directing that the work be pressed. is, person; Superintendent Savannah and true" of the lines east of tle Mississippi bns of cotton seed, 750 tons of phos- that he shot one of the negroes, in Depended on by Nurses

''i therefore quite significant. Western Division-T. S. Moise. All phate and 10,000 feet of poplar wood. self-defense. The shooting occured

t Interest is added by the fact that by minor employes have been retained by The total valuation was $594,142. This negro cabin at a plantation ata EndorsedbyTHEPRESSimeBESTpreparedFOOD

' order of the secretary of the navy the the new company. The Nassau Line. shipment of cotton is the largest ever Houghton, La. The cause of near the

i season's work of the naval war collegewas p Since H. M. Flagler, the Standard recorded at Brunswick from trouble '
any port was a family row which ended
directed to the study of a plan of A SOUL that feels no secret sin is Oil magnate, has announced that he between Baltimore and New k
I Orleans in a general riot in which pistols Sod by DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
above all were
; S defense of the'New; England coast from things most happy. will put on a line of steamers this and is a record breaker. freely used. 'John* aswt.vwsun..eNua..vN"Carle & Sons. New York.

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DR.' TA'LMAGE. :The man took tls-kntle.frcm 1ifgtMlIsn4 onr tables, and'we waTkeS""tb :the house ot Highest,of an in Leavening Powers-Latest.S.'GoVt Report :

:REV .' slew the beast.V The king, sitting in the cal'lery .. God In'company. Have_they forgotten us? 9)TAPOjIT9fVGIRTOR7c
: : said: "That was not fair. The lion Those fathers and mothers started us on the.
: ..i must be.alaln by sword.". Other lions road of life. Are they careless as to what

':THE NGTED. DIVINE'' SUNDAY were turned out, .and the poor victim becomes of ns? And those children, do they D4VAI AWng'pdir'
felL. Ton 'cry, "Shame, shame!" at look on with stolid Indifference as to whetherwe '
p' DIS &UBSE.- men meanness. But, the King, ia V this win' or Jose this battle for eternity
ease, Is our brother, and He will see that we ? Nay I see that,child running his -:.-
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i-'r f nbjeetr "All Heaven Looking On." have fair pta,. He wilt forbid the rushing hand over :your brow and saying ''Fa.- .A Lid Reliable, B'tsincss Houses
out of more lions than we can meet. He ther, do not fret" "Mother,do not worry." :
to bo above that .. where visitors to 1h* Great Show
will' not suffer ns tempted They remember the day they left u They
I i !4 The nbteet of Dr. Talmagfc', opening serI 1ft are able. Thank God! The Kinsr 15 In remember the agony of the last farewell. will be properly I treated and can
1 I mon In Washington vast T. "All Heaven the gallery!' Bin eyes are.on u... His heart Though years In heaven they know onr faces. purchase goods at lowest prices.
Looking OaT*the text selected being the ,Is with us. His hand will deliver n*. They remember our sorrows. They speakour .' .ABSOLUTELY PURE \
famous passage from Hebrews xii.. 1: "See "Blessed are all they who put their trust in names They watch this fight for heaven. I

ing we also are eompAsQei about with so Him." I. Nay I see them rise up and lean over and : STILSON & COLLINS
great a cloud oT witnesses" Hook aJt8tD,* d I seethe anirelto gallery. wave before us their recognition and
In this my opening sermon in the National There they are-the ansrel that swung the encouragement That gallery Is not full' ODDS AND ENDS. Bobby's'Dl appoln ment.

Capital rive you heftiest Christian saluta rword at the gate ot Eden, the same that They are keeping places for us. After we -- -' JEWELRY :CO. V I'
tion. I b< fltandiac In this historic church,so lone pre- and from: which I look away for the .splen- Ball us, saying "Come up higher!" Betweenthe Spots of white as'large as a half-- ladies V at select little"5 'o'clock tea V
dot h fnJ frArable. Hero the guardlaa I the 55 Whitehall SU Atlanta, Ga.
are hot the
. ddedover by one of, the most remarkablemen struggles In arena wipe dollar appear on some of the new veils.
of the centurv. There are plenty of angels. That one watched a patriarch thii sweat from my brow and stand on tiptoe, and: Bobby whO had"been exceptionally Everything c in the Jewelry: ; and Sliver V
rood ministers beside Dr. Suaderland. but I one protected a nhildfthat one has been pulling reaching'np my: right hand to clasp theirs In The I novel Florentine jewelry now well-behaved, was in high feather. Line at Factory Prices.

r do not know of any man except himself with a soul out of temptation! All those are rapturous handshaking, while their voice so popular, shows the daintiest sort of "Ma," he said, as4 cake was being
enough brain to hare stood,811eel85ful1y and messengers of Heht Those drove the Spanish Borne ringing down from the gallery, crying. ooloring'and'workmanship.
armada the rocks. This turned Sen. handed round, "may I have ,some PAYM FORA KCM.COFttSIJMCHULAU.HMir
triumphantly forty-three years In this, oonfipteuous on "Be thou faithful unto death, and you shall 535 JU
pulpit Loner distant be the.vear nacbferlb's living hosts into a heap ot ,. have a crown!" .. f The newest things in ash.trays showsa' tongue, please?" IN '
when that gospel chieftain shall put down 185.800 corpses. Those yonder chanted But here I: pause, overwhelmed with the daintily painted half-burned cigar '"There isn't any tongue, Bobby." SULLIVAN 6. CRICHTON'SAnd '

the silver trumpet with which he the Christmas carol over Bethlehem majesty and the Joy of the scene! Gallery of' and match on China V"That's commented
a1 red-tipped a funny Bobby.
has marshaled the hosts of Israel or until the chant awoke the the King! Gallery of angels! Gallery of i-- '
: sheathe the sword with which be has shepherds. These, at creation. stood: In the prophets and apostles! Gallery of martyrs! surface. "I heard pa say there would be lots of ;
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struck such mighty blows for God and balcony of heaven and serenaded the' new- Gallery of saints! Gallery of friends and The silver filagre' photograph' frames, it."-Tit-Bits. V '
righteousness.' I come to you with the same born world wrapped in swaddline clothes of kindred! Oh, majestic circles of light and School of Shorthand. V
gospel that he has preached and to Join)on light And there, holler and mlghter than love! Throngs! Throngs! Throngs! How so much the rage recently.have been superseded I An Eye to Business.He MtHdeaU fr.H 2O $tuea. 4. Pwnwo to 4",
all is Michael,the archangel. To commandan the richest one of gold in yseolt7Cat&on> \ fr,.. HUMJVAN! kCHIiflTiiN. '
in all kinds of work for making the world shall we stand the gaze ot the universe by What did the doctor was Pr*.r Hire.t. Atlanta, Ga.
., better and I hope to sea :you all In your own earthly host gives: dignity but this one is Myriads of eyes beaming on us! Myriads of heavy open work patterns. BAY
homes and hare you aU come and see me, leader of the 20.000 chariots of God and of hearts beating In sympathy: for us! How the. matter,with you?
but don't all ome at once. And without any the ten thousand times ten thousand angels.I shall we ever dare to sin again? How Square Japanese fans made of silkor She-Said I was run down. V

preliminary discourses as to what I propose think God gives command! to the archangel shall we ever become discouraged again? paper with pearl or bamboo sticksare "What did he recommend?"

to do I bern here and now to cheer:you with and the archangel to the seraphim, How shall we ever feel lonely again? new, odd and very pretty. Theyare .
the thought that all heaven, Is sympatbeti- and the seraphim to the cherubim until all With God for us, and angejs for ns, and "Bicycle riding.
cally looting on. ""Seeln we also are compassed the lower orders of heaven hear the command prophets and"apostles for us, and tne great surprisingly nice to carry fanning "I see;' that will make business for

about with so great. eloud of wit and go forth on the high behest souls of the ages for us, and our glorified much mor air than the ordinarykind. him, because you'll run other people .
nesses." Now bring on your lions! Who CAn fear? kindred for ns, shall we give up the fight down."Yonkers Statesman.
Crossing the Abs by the Mont Cents pass, All the spectators In the angelic gallery are and die? No, Son of God, who didst die to
or through the Mont Cents tunnel :yon are our friends. "He shall give His an eels save us! No, ye angels whose wings aw The British crown is made up of 78WrnTEHALLS7 ,3SC
In a ,few hours set .down at Verona,Italy, charge over thee to keep thee In an thy spread forth to shelter us. No. ye prophets- diamonds, rubies; pearls, sapphiresand ATL.wTA.GA.
and In a few minutes begin flxamlalng one way" They shall bear thee up In their and apostles whose warnings startlo us. emeralds, set in'silver and'gold
of the' grandest ruins In the world-the hands,lest thou dash thy foot arainata No, ye loved ones, whose arms are out. 39 and 5 yuPcFflqONI -
stone. Though shalt tread the lion band It weighs ounces $
amphitheater. The whole building sweeps : upOn stretched to receive us. No, we will novel
around you In a circle.. You stand in and adder;the young lion and the dragon surrender! pennyweights, troy. In it there are TO AVOID THIS usm f':
the 'arena where the combat was once shalt thou trample underfoot." I 3,452 diamonds, 273 pearls, 9 rubies, D
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fought or the race run. and on aU sides the Though the arena be crowded with temptations Sure I must fight If I would reign- I 17 and 11 emeralds. 11011 TETTERINEAT
i I't\t rise tier above tier until vou count forty we shall with the angelic help, strike Be faithful to my Lord. sapphires I1| Th.O'5LypI5laaad; hiiiulm
elevations or galleries: -as I shall see fit them down in the name of our God nnd lean And bear tbe cross endure the pain, The little queen of the Netherlands 'T ecu forth*won* tnw of KOMBK $ ,

to call tbem-In which sat the senators, on their fallen carcasses! Oh. bending Supported by Thy word.Thy entered upon her 16th year a few days R Tctur... an Bincworm\ t&oe.,n enuUd ty roach potaban .ool|>-.
the, king and the 25.000 excited spectators throng of bright angelic faces and swift the occasion but Ground ttoh, ebA/M, aSupo. pimple .
of
.' At the Hide of the ,arena and under wings and tyrhtnlng foot.I hall you to-iay saints In all this ,glorious: war ago, and in honor *. PaaoniromiryorpoivMOAk, -'
be galleries are the cages which the lion from tbe dust and struggle of thVarena! Shall conquer though they die. to the regret of her subjects, intro ,'U4&a.p.oro.I1soJ.In ibort ALZ. ITCHM, Tahdtr1n.B.O4IOO.I*.

' and tigers are kept without food until, I look again, and I sen the gallery of the They see the triumph from afar. duced a momentous change-she began IISna. 0.. for on* box. U roar. V
frenzied with hunger and thirst they are let prophets and apostles. Who are those mighty And seize It with their eye. to wear her hair in the fashion of YonwmflndItatCmO.TTeaft'SAtlanta-dranvt aoa',,.op>>". -w
out xzoon some poor victim, who. with his ones up :yonder? Rosen and Jeremiah and
sword and alone. Is condemned to meet : Daniel and Isaiah and Paul and Peter and When that illustrious day shall rise, young women.

them.' I think that Pant himself once stoodIn I John and James. There sits Noah. waitingfor And all Thine armies shine One Australian species of the female '
all the world to come into the _ark. and In robes of victory through the skies
such a plane and that It was not only ,
twice the size of tho Comfort
is almost For fear and
I The glory shall be Thine. quail Sljle .
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flirurativelv. but literally that he had Hose waHlne till the last Bed Sea shall divide ,
..tou ht with beasts at Ephesuf. and Jee-ntab. waiting for the Jews to My hearers, shall we die In the arena or male of the same species, and among 'v'iit C --\---
The gala day has come. From all the return, and John of the Apoealyps! waitingfor rise to join our friends In the gallery larger birds the male -of the common ;

world the people are pouring Into the swearing ot the angel that time shall Through Christ we may come off more than cassowary, on account of its smaller BNJ'OYS
Verona. Men, women and children. be ro loader. Glorious Fnirits! Ye were A 'so'1i11erdYIng In The hospital '
orators 'and senators great men and howled; ye'were, stoned: ye were spit conquerors., rose up in bed the last moment and size and duller plumage, might be regarded Both the method 'and results when B1oodorth'SlioeCo.

mal,. thousands npon,thousands come, npon! Th "y have been In the fight themselves cried: "Here! Here!" His attendants put by a casual observer as the Syrup of Figs is taken; ,it is pleasant
until the first gallery Is full, and the and they are all with us. Daniel him back on his pillow and asked him why female. V ,
sroond, the third, the fourth, the fifth- knows all about lions. Paul fought with he shouted 'Here!" and refreshing to the taste, and acts '-oa-hitoha11 at. V ,

all the way up to the twentieth, all the beasts EDh*sup. "Oh! I heard the roll call of heaven, andI of Christian Names. gently yet promptly on the Kidneys
way up to the 'thirtieth, all the way up In the ancient amphitheatre the people was only answering to my name!" I won- Significance Liver and Bowels cleanses the CORN '
to the fortieth. Is filled. pot excited that they would shout from system ,SAW MILLS Mf #
Every place : so der whetner, after this battle of life Is over, -- ''FEED .
Immensity of audience sweeping thegreat the galleries to the men fn the arena: "At our names will ba called in the muster roll effectually, dispels colds, headaches -
should be attachedto
circle.. Silence! The time for the it again!" -'Forward!" "On morn ptroVe!'!" : of thA pardoned and glorified; and with the Some significance and fevers and cures habitual Water Wheels and Hay Presses.. -
contest has come. A Boman official leads "Jx>olr) ont!" "Fall back!" "Huza! Huzza!" ; joy of heaven breaking noon our souls we one's nameand a. badlynamedchild of is the BEST IN THE M4RKETDeLonrh
constipation. Syrup ,Figs lUlU 31 3D4,AllMta. Ga.
fir. Ce.
forth the victim into the arena.' Let him get So in that gallery prophetic and apostolic : shall cry: "Here! Here!" is very apt to be influenced as
bis Kwort, with firm grip Into his,right they cannot keen their cnace. Daniel cries much its signification as by the only remedy:; of its ,kind ever pro-
band. The 25,000 sit breathlessly watching.I out: "Thy God will deliver thee from the by duceu pleasing, to the taste and acceptable r*
hear the door at the side of the arena i iit of tnellbasP David exclaims. "He I ARMENIANS SLAUGHTERED.Turks stars under which it is born, says the ,

,creak open. Out plunges the half starved will not suffer thy foot to be moved!" Isaiah seer, And so are here a few of'our to. the stomach, prompt in CONDENSED CIDER '

lion, his tongue athlrst for blood, and witha calls out: "Fear not! I am with thfBe! Shoot Them Down as They Flee favorite names' and their origin and its action and truly beneficial In its ,

roar that brings all the galleries to their not dismayed!" Paul exclaims: "Ylotory From Burning Homes. meaning: Anna, from the Hebrew, effects, prepared only from the most For nuking Sweet Unfermented Cider br
feet be rushes' against the sword of the combatant through our Lord Jesus Christ!! That
and its the Glass, Bottle or Barrel. Try It! Try OLD
Do.you know how Mroug a strokea throng prophets and apostles cannot keep Another terrible massacre of Ar- meaning a prophetess ; Annette, from healthy agreeable'substa 1ces, NORMANDY (Fermented) CIDER. For V

man will strike when bis life depends still. They: make the welkin ring with menians, accompanied by assaults the French, sweet, but sorrowful,; many excellent qualities commend it Indigestion and Rheumatism.'t

upon the first thrust of his blade? The shouting and halleluiah upon women, is reported to have occurred Caroline, Latin, noble-spirited; Doro- to all and have made it the most Ol-\re>l .,zxca. Older; Oo.. V
wild beast lame and slinks back
bleellJ1g. I look again and L see the gallery of the
toward the side of the arena. Then, rallying martyr Who is that.? HushLatimer! ,sure in the Baiburt district between thy, Celtic, fruitful; Edith and Edna, popular remedy known. Unlonvllle Lake Comity, Ohio.

his wastfnIf strength, he comes up with "nouirh! He would nnt apologize for the Erzeroum.and Trebizond. Saxon, happiness; Frances, German, Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 MARLIN REPEATER. '

fiercer ere and more terrible roar than ever, truth preached and BO, he died, the night According to the news received at free ; Grace, Latin, favor ; Helen, cent bottles by all leading drug- V
only to be driven back with a fatal wound, before from the bednost in
swinging; ; perfec$
Constantinople mob of about 500 Greek 'a beautiful woman r Ida, reliable who "
while the combatant comes In with stroke glee at the thought of emaaclDation. Who a very gists. Any druggist

after stroke, until the monster Is dead at his are that army of 666? They are thnThebaa Mussulmans and Lazes, the great Greek, a lofty mountain ; Josephine, may, not have it on hand will procure '

feet and the 25,000 people clap their hands lesion who died for the faith. 'Hereis majority of whom were armed with French, a savor of life; Lucy, Latin, it promptly for any one who ;
Mid utter a shout that makes the city trem- a larger host In
magnificent
arra.y884OOOwho ,- French defender,of
Martini-Henry rifles made an attack shining; Louisa, ,
ifIo
bl,. perished for Christ In the wishes to try not accept any .JJf
nerse- victorious Hid la !'LS). 44-40 Callbm.:: .
Sometimes the audience came to see a cutlon of Dlocletiaa. Yonder is a family upon the Armeniansinhabiting'severalvnIages her people; Leonora, Polish, IUbstit te. Only Solid Top'" Slde-&Jectlns B'P't"iafcAjtotbcrCaUbmreMiv.ThwMdrlin -
race,sometimes to see gladiators fight each g'roupP4ic1taa. of Borne and her chil. of that vicinity and set fire to ; Margaret, German, a pearl; Madeline : Fire Arms Co I

0 ether until the people compassionate for dren. While they were dying for thefaith their homes and schools. French, favored; Marie and CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. CatalopM ftm. New.Ha. ..n, Conn.. .
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'he faUen. turned their thumbs up as an appeal she stood encouraging them. One son was S SAN FRANCISCO. CAt.LOUISVIUE. '
.As the Armenians fled in terror :Maria (from French and Spanish), and .
that the vanquished be soared, and whipped to death by thorns another was n. HEW tORK. **. DAILY $3 PER YEAR.
.wartimes the combat was with wild beast flung from a rock. another was beheaded. from their dwellings, they were shot Mary, from Hebrew, a salt tear or a ,

To an amphitheatrical audience Paul refers At last the mother became martyr. Thorn down as they ran and a number of drop of water. COOD POSITIONSSECURED President fear.
when he says,"We are compassed about they are, together family group In heaven and who THE CHICAGO CHRONICLE the great Demo '
Vilth so great a clcud of witnesses." Yonder Is John Bradford who said in men women were capturedby Dow' Tills STUDENTS cratic newspaper of the w ,a*postpaid every day
The fact Is. that every Christian man has the fire, "We shall I have a merry snpperwlth the rioters, it is added, were fastened We! offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for In the week for one year. $.'. No unbsertpUon. %
.
this
a lion to fight. Yours Is a bad temper. the Lord to-night" Yonder is Henry VI)$. to stakes and burned alive. any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by with CHRONICLE rata less twin 1 one yea-Wd*>i Samptfree.'nzton .t. ChIcago THK
The gates of the arena have been opened who exclaimed as he died. "If I had The Armenian women who fell into Hall's Catarrh Cure. Business Firm SnppUed Help .16t V
nd this tiger has out to F. J. CHENEY & Co..Props.,Toledo 0.We .
: come destroy :your ten heads they should all fall off
the hands of the mob it is also as- ,the underpinned, bare known F.J. Cheney Commercial College, :
soul. It has. lacerated you with many for ChrIst. The great throng of the and believe him Richmond's ififlUt
15 per-
wound. '. Ton have been thrown by it time martyrs! They had hot lead poured down serted, were assaulted and brutally fectlv for honorable the la-it in years!all business transactions Established 1884. : Ma :

and again, but In the strength of God you their throats. horses were fastened to their mutilated. It is also stated that the and financially able! to carry out any obligation Sind for Catalogue. SAVANNAH. HVOI '
have arisen to drive It back. I verily be- hands and other horses to their feet and made by their firm.
churches
desecrated and the vii-
hove ydn will conquer. I think that the thus they were pulled apart. They had their were WEST& TBUAX.Wholesale! Druggists: Toledo.WALDIKO aa'iiflIUClIDC szxr '
temptatlan Is getting weaker and weaker. tongues pulled out by redhot pinchers; they lagea pillaged, the cattle and all the Ohio. Wholesale ) 4MUAI"LII. A Valuable FAMILY DOCTOR Book .

.roubavelvenItso: many wounds that the were sewed up in the skins ot animals and portable property of any value belonging KTNNAN Toledo&Ohio.MARVXX &Ulad Wt will ahow yw bow to by J. HAMILTON AYB& M. D., of six, V

prospect Is that It will die. and'yon shall bo then thrown to the dogs; thev were daubed to the Armenians being ear 11118 DrngfflPts.Catarrh Cure is taken internally, m.., $a C )'I ab.oIuLeIy'irsj-'-' hundred pages, profanely illustratedand '
,vIetor.tbronh Christ. Courage, 'brother! with combustibles and set on fire! It all the dIectlyUpOn the blood and mucous: DUb Ulet work and t..eb yen me '
acting
Do not let the sands ot the arena drink the martyrs' stakes that hive been kindled ned off by the marauders.CULnERSONISINDIDNAN. Mir'aces oft he sy" >m. Price 75c. ner bottle. work IIIUi:1ul'ollr"dd.auotwUlnplalatlw: In III_ locality'when you UYeI containing knowledge of how t '

blood ot your soul! could be set at proper distances, they Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. buaUwu follri remember. we aruar- CUBE Disease, Promote Health '
Tour lion Is the passion for strong drink. would make: the midnight all the world -. antnaclmrprollt wnrk b"t>latly tare ol |3: for wrlle r"1'71 it ->&y Prolong Life. The book also :
You may have contended against It twentyfMl'II over bright as noonday! And now they -- Hoc Raining Extraordinary.Two EOtAL .EASl'riCTtUXO: : n. Bex LB, Detrett. Bite.' valuable information. cnta,
hoTbes
: but it is strong of body and thirsts oltongue. sit yonder in the martyrs' gallery. For them Prosecute acres mulberrie fatten 85 mar- '
You have tried to fight It back the fires of persecution have gone out. The Tells the Sheriff He Should hOgi were turned in th"orchard eating nothing in May and but OSBOEl.NE'S9t1Atne : riage and the proper'car aid rearing ,
there September
with broken bottle or ,empty wine flask. swords are sheathe-1 an 1 the mob hushed. the Lynchers of the Negro Tyler. mulberries kept and were perfectly tat when taken of children. *

Nay,that is not the weapon! With one hor Now they watch us with an all observing Governor Culberson was very indignant (lut. They were fed a little corn to harden L-
ribleroarhewiti seize the by the throat sympathy. They know all the pain, all the the from Tyler of the the meat and then killed. Two acres of f Send. 6O OoxxtoiTO itk -
and rend thee 11mb from limb. Take this hardship, all the anguish, all the injustice, over news mulberry trees 6108 ft.hi-ih cost !30.00what .
weapon, .sharp ant keen-reach up and get: ail the privation. Tney cannot keep still. burning of the negro there last Teus- are 85 fat bogs worth? For best kinds of mulberries AD V

It from God's armory. The sword of the I They cry: "Courage! The fire will not can- day; He received a telegram Wednesday Address write for W.new D. Beatie.catalogue Atlanta.which Ga.is sent Solaool of JSliLoxrtla.ei.xi.cl.
Spirit With that thou mayest drive him I same. The floods cannot drown. The lions night from the sheriff giving free. AVHUP4T.GA.. The Atlanta FuisMi Hoiss. V '
., from of
business day
Not books nsid. Aitnai
it
back and conquer! cannot devour! Courage down there ia the ,,
V details of the affair and the To Oar Lady Readers.Ninetenths rnlenuc. bu-in... nuMrt. college carr nor ant aA
But why specify when every man and wo I Imn arena!" meagre oJ. Send for handnomoijr illustrated atta- '
of the world are I roodt a-
V -has a lion to fight? If there be one What, are they all looking? This nightwe governor sent n caustic reply, saying: afflicted with some of the of women the complaint familiarly -. kwn'. Koird ch>-&)). It. K. fare paid to Aucuata. A N. U....... ....:. .. Forty-fiTe, *9V ,

here who has no besettln sin let him speak answer back the salutation they give: and It was your duty to protect this known as"Female Diseases.or"Womb "
out, for him have I offefldeL' It yon have cry, "Hall I, sons and daughters of the fire!" did Trouble." There i* scarcely a family but has
not fought the Hon. It Is because yon have I look again, and I sue another gallery, prisoner at any cost. Why you I an idolizd daughter, a cherihert sister, or a (Th Water
let toe non eat :yon np. Tl1STery moment: that of eminent Christians. What strikesme not do so? Having failed in this affair de Irly loved mother who suffer agonies that

V the content goes on. The Trajan celebration, strangely is the mixing in companionship in so violating all law and so subversive I I nre Proper endured treatment in silecceto ia! postponed protect from hermod month"8ty.to ''L'S5 but water. Thats i need '
where glaliators fought and
11.C03
10,011
of those who earth could not Thera -noting 1 you
on agree. of civil order nothing should month by dread of a ph)ticians" hum! latin;
wild beasts were slain, was not so terrific( a I see Martin Luther,and beside him a Roman examination, or surgeon's knife. Most of %::' '; & Pearline. ,Don't I;
struggle as that! v Jich; at this moment goes Catholic who looked beyond the superstitions now deter you from the prompt per. tbese dangerous d.tep-es; can b" successfully any soap
on In many: soul. That combat was for the of his church and is saved. Thereis formance of the duty to promptly treated at home, lint there is widespread ig ;;:.t4Iwith. it. If what we cldim is true, I "-
life of the body this Is for the Life of the even the most intellizent: tat
norance among
Albert Barnes and around him the
presbytery prosecute all persons engaged in this regarding their natural .Pearline is better than
eoul. That was with wild beasts from the which tried him for heterodoxy! classes of women I soap,
jungle; this Is with the roaring lion of hell. I Yonder ia Lvman Beeoher and the church homicide .and report them to the function._ and_ o-jran. -of. 'ueneration.__ L nL.owing" L..1 ,to_ doesn't have chance do i !
V Men think, when they contend against court that-denounced- him! Stranger-than grand jury. In this you should not so regard little to information this subject DaTIng and oeen a.modesty punnsueu that in I .4 soap a to _

an evil habIt.that they hare to fight it all all, there are John Calvin and James Ar- hesitate or falter and if any aid is si rinks from investigation such a disagreeable h ( a.ny work. It's only in the way. 3, -
alon No! They stand: la the center of an minlus! Who would have thought they of matter. The Wine of Canini tr-atment of V
V immense circle ot sympathy. Paul hrtd been would sit so lovingly together? There are needed from me in the discharge femu e diseases' cures thousands of OBBPS of \ _: Besides, some soaps might cause
reciting the names of Abel. Enoch Noah, George Whitefield nnd the bishop who this duty it will be furnished to the till- Kind 0 trouiles every jear. It can be
V Abraham Sarah Isaac Joseph Gideon/\!ld1Juak' ue'1su'cessfulIyin the privacy of the homo k= t:1 trouble-and you'd lay it to
., would not let him come into their pulpits be- limit of my authority. The ctime of and is cheap anrt !nVctir-. A ;k your dtuggist '
' and then say, "Being compassed" cause they thought' him a fanatic. There are the prisoner, if guilty, is the most for McElree'd Wine! of Cardol 1L Pearline. You'll never get Pear.
about with so great A cloud of witnesses.
the sweet gingers Toplady, Montgomery: ,
Before I get through I will show:you that Charles Wesey: Isaac Watts and lira. I revolting known to u", but the law It Never Faii. -t ine's very best work till you use

yon fight In an arena around which circle. In Sigourney. heaven bad had no music before provides adequate punishment and a Tyner's Dypepsia Remedy has been on the directed the Thenyou'll
' KaUerirs above each other, all the kindling they went up,they would have started safe and orderly method of determining market for several ycarr. IIDd the universal -- as on package. f
eyes and all the sympathetic hearts -of the the singing. Mid them the band of missionaries verdict is that it never fails to accomplish its have the easiest quickest most t J
ages, and at every victory gained there -OavM Abeel. talking of China re guilt. work. It is a mild and efficient remeuy for all : ,

comegdown the thundering number.ClBe.applause of agreat deemed and John Seuddej ot India saved, OLD TEMPLE FARM SOLD.It stomach iuteriere awl with bowel bus ness diseases.or pleasure Its use, but does adds not economical way of washing and cleaning. tn '
multitude no man can I and David BJ'l nerd of the aborigines evangelized to both. Nearly all disenceaare caused by in-
In? compared about with. so great a cloud ol and Mrs. Adonlram Judson, whose digestion. Stop it and your health will be
\ witnesses." for Burma took heaven by violence! Is the Place Where Cornwall Sur- perfect. A few doses of Tyner's Dyspepsia '
On the first..lemtfonotthe ancient amphitheater prayers looking into the Remedy will do it. Prlca 60 cents per bottle. ) UIail
AH those Christians are rendered In 1781.
For tale by all druggists.
on. the Guy of a celebration, sat Our struggle is nothing to their _
Tiborlus the reigning king. arena. The farm known as the old Temple
or Augustas, or suffer from the' children
Christ's .
Do we. In pause Mrs. Winslow'sMt! hing Syrup tor
So In the great arena ol spectators that cold? They walked Greenland's icy mountains. -I farm, on the York river, at Yorktown, t"t thln!!'. softens the gams reduce inflammation -
watch our struggles, and in the first divine Do we suffer from the heat? They. Va., has just been sold to a gentlemanfrom ,allays pain.cnrea M md colic. 23c.: a bottle TO.VES FOR COAL WOOD
lallery, as shall call it, sits our Kin?. one Do I. ,
we get HEATING
in the tropics.
sweltered
Jesus. Oa His head are msnycrowns! Tne fainted with none to care Columbus, Ohio. Next to Jamestown FITS'topped free by Dlt. KLISZ'II.GREAT Coke, Gas and Oil. .
Boman his place by cold blooded fatigued? They Va. the Temple farm is the NERVE RESTOKCIL Vo tits after lrt dav's u"e.
emperor got ?
I
Are persecuted LOWEST PRICES.The
hath to His for them but cannibal" we Marvelous cures. Treatise and$2 00 trial bottle LINE SOUTH.tff THE L
conquests, but our Kin; come They were anathematized. And as they look most historical, and in many ways the free. Dr. Kline.931 Arch St.,Phiia.. Pa.. .
place by the broken hearts healed, and the ; W'x-lto JTox- Proo& V .
and falter In the
from their gallery sea us most celebrated of farm in the
tears wiped away, and thu souls redeemed.The of the lions I seem to hear Isaao any Walking Would Often be a Flrasnre %
V Boman emperor sat, with folded Watts presence addressing us in his old hymn, only a United States. It is the farm on were it not for corn. These pests are removed & H CO. Goori .
arms, indifferent as to whether the swords4 ttttle changed: which Lord Cornwallis surrendered to w.th Hindercorns. 15c. at druggists.I HUNNCUTT BB11IGRA Atat F ;
sun or the lion beat, but our King's sympathies -
combined armies of Washingtonand 4.1
: are all with n,,. Nav. unheard of con4eeoenslcms Must you be carried to the skies the cannot speak too highly of Piso' fnre for
I see mm come flown Trom toe On flowery beds of ease, LaFayette, October 19, 1781. A COD.cnmption.Irs. FRANK MOBBS,213 W.22J a I

h gallery Into the arena to help us In the fight, While others fought: to win the prize portion of, the buildings then standing St., New York, Oct.29, 1891.o .

q houtlsg.until all up and down His voice la Or sailed through bloody seas? still remain. The farm contained One System j
beard: .Tear cot! I will help thee! I will Toplady shouts in his old hymn: :. PARKER'S 1 Cop
., about 500 acres and sold for $45,000. ..:-. &-
Strengthen thee the hand of My ; '
by right : ,
trembling saints, "'tJ; HAIR BALSAM I
Yonr harps
.' Dower!" The present owner to make r of exhausts Fertilizer $
Down from tile willows taKe, proposes m tnd bcwtifiet the bale. farming gradually a containing a

'olden They time gave food to the to men thicken'In the their arena.blood In ,the so Loud to the praise of love divine, his permanent residence there. t .. H Promote Never Fai18 a loxuiunt to Bettore frowth.Grail I '{' high percentage of Potash is used. Better uness crops, a better soil, and a Y '
Bid string awake. Hair to It* Youthful Color. Iinme.
"MI' that it would flow slowly, and that for a every .f ,. ,:.L Cam scalp durun k bur taUmt larger bank account can only then be expected. {i*
wager time the people might: gloat: over the While Charles Wesley, the Methodist, breaks Bank Failure In Texas. .' f'1..s.il.-.') )eaDdtl.wat Dreamt* '

Mne.. But our King has :no pleasure In out forth in his favorite words, a little varied The First National bank, of La- /t Write for ou"Farmers' Guide," a 142-page illustrated book \t J

V ,wounds for we are bone of His bone, flesh A charge to keep :you have, Grange, TeL, capital $50,000, foiled is brim full of useful information for farmers. It will be sent free, and
ot His flesh, blood of His blood. A God to glorify, \ V
In all the anguish of our heart A never dying soul to save, Wednesday. The assets are stated at CUBES WHEBi ALL ELSE FAILS. "il make end save you money. Address, t
And fit it for the sky! 3134,000 and the liabilities at $70,000. ,
The Man of Sorrows bore a part. Sold by GERMAN KALI WORKS. 03 Kaitaa Srct.New York. YO
' Once,In the ancient amphitheater, a l1nIflt '' I look again, and I see the gallery ot our Comptroller Echels'has directed Bank
one paw caught the combatant's sword departed. Many of those in the other galleries Examiner Gannon to take charge of 0 S .
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-aad with the other paw caught his shield. we have heard of, but these we knew. the failed bank. I
Qa.how familiar their faces! They sat at
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.Tarsdayt'*f 'Elections.Elrcilons ,ADDITIONAL. LOCAL.. A dMk Ins- ...... Bdttto. '
scoirs'
re.. .- There exhibited .in the JONES SOI
1 were held Tuesday In..four- is now being N J. TALKS
Urn Plates i Irlbe.Unioo and the RepubIjcans M,. J. E. ..Waloright, chief clerk lathe CARBODIGESTIVECOMPOUND. Window of the shop_of Mr. Raps, the ,
victories the line." er' U. land office watchmaker a clock the works of which '
won all along" reee office of the S. at, '
t ; ,inside of ordinary clear mj'jrvl
'are in tho an
II v MMssippi and Vi.rgIDI"! alone were Gainesville.. WM ifaakibf h Bd with old .: '
bottle the dial being
wine plato '
? crrial: by the democrats. fnends here during. : the fore part of the I Mt gloss obliquely the top' of the bottle. MONEY :PRICE! }ad

x ,In Kentucky, the republicans not only week. How the work were introduced into the S'

elected a full state ticket but will also Ladies and Citieast- Positively one. nemed'fo''hetreatment bottle U the tuytftnry nt first glance, but
control the legislature': This assures theelection ofNERVOUS even whun it in ascertained that no tin*
: of a republican to succeed U. 8. When YOU get tired of old l good.. glo piece if wider, ili>m tlu Dock! of the .
Senator Blackburn. and high price come down to Mo-' EXHAUSTION, bottle thuwondiT tin-it semi to themim AND DEFIESeOMFETITIi.MONEY

; In New York, the republicans' swept Murray'* (at Martin's old stand) and Simple and Aggravated forma of n* to how tlio jnwe uf Mich deli. .

the state with GO.OOO majority. New buy your groceries fresh and new,I DYSPEPSIAAnd oatu macbttirry WTO therein pet to ctb.Dem'u .,'r...:&"'Jt'1"
cheap for each. _.- ," Arguer ;'
York City was saved to the democrats and
'of the Heart. r r'
'2 th'd Tammany tiger, is again en top. The The Terptichormtn Club will be entertalawi Palpitation Dou't Tobacco SpitOr

t J legislature is republican and will elect this evening bj the 'Mint Strong. >
r Does your food sour after eating' Are you smoke your life away is the truthful
republican 'o'succeed Senator David B. Tb invitation are out for a bop and the
a Hill. easily confined tad txftttedf Do you gt up lathe startling title of a book about No-To-Rac,
young people are anticipating a pleasant SAWBY
habit
the harmless guaranteed: Tobacco
tired sad with
Obfo weft to He republicans with a evening, moraine MM muvtmned. a .
r plurality 80000. ___ bad taxes fa the aiotht cure that braces up ajontlniied nerves .

Illinois entered the proceaa1o:1 with a There are two things to consider. when Is than a *d>,cloudy aeaattlM.atteadad by eliminates the nicotine poison, makes

plurality of 30.000.\ you buy guodi and that ie price and quality. disagreeable feeUags ia tin head and ey.t weak men gain strength vigor and man ':I-'t. '
We both besides unlimited An hood. You run no physical 'or financial t'
Nebraska goes with them too. bare an you irritable and nstlenf -- --- l ,_
"My Maryland" gives the republicans stock'to select from so when in need of DOM TOUT heart taump sad cans yon to gasp risk as No.To.Bac is sold by J. L. Gas- ....** .

uixttjoiity.of 15000. goods come and see us. We are sure to for breath after Hmhtn f a flight of stain? lies under a guarantee to cure or money

Iowa ia republican this-yen by 60,000 please you. Truby Sternburg& (.o. DOM U dUtreu yon Co lie oa the left aide? refunded. Book Free. Address Sterling Looking at My Sto.cknf Goods |

: 'plurality Hare you Impaired memory,drnine of yb- Remedy Co.; New York or Chicago. .
Jennie Lore, a notorious colored female Fur sale l l II> J. L. Gaskina.C".rlal. .
They made a clean sweep of bleeding ion depression of mind and gloomy forebod-
Kansas. thief, was given a bearing before Judge; lags .'. Rye p4 Skin Glut fore I
Elsewhere
t Malphurs Thursday on a charge of break Purchasing
meat.
: .And Pennsylvania comes up with a Them symptoms mean that you ire aoffaring .. ,
republican plurality vf 190,000. ing and CD1atI.,. She was bound over from Dyipepsia and Nervous EzbansUoa. A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes.Tett.e .

In Massachusetts the democrats made to circuit court._ There Is no other remedy extant that Las ? Bait Rheum Scald Head. Old .

alight g to8 but lost the state by about It's just U easy to try One Minute done M much for this elan of troubles seSCOTT'S Chronic Horn Fever Sores Eczema. Itch. SI

-- 0.000 plurality Cough Cure U anything else. It's easier Prairie! Scratches, Boll Nipples and
CARB DIGESTIVE Piles. It is cooling and soothing. Hun- My goods were bough]
:New Jersey changed sides and gave to cure a severe coup or cold with it.
the republicans a walk over Let yoUr next purchase for a cough be COMPOUND. dreds nf cases have been cured by it after ',
j all other treatment had failed. 33 cents direct from the
Utah came into the Union with a big Ore Minute Cough Cure. Better medicine per box. For sale by Ute Btarke Drug menu

republican plurality. ( ; better results Utter try It. Stance If your case has renistedtba usual methods or Company. '

Questions to Hell's 6tatlelaa.Ij Drug Co, treatment we are particularly anxious to aye a Elka Urofton to Uarnesa. turers and importers .a;I
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w :Editor TKLKQ-UPH: Ilr.. E. Strong and charming you give this Compound a trial. There is a novelty at the stock yards

I noticed in your issue of October Misses Kit, Meuetha, Jennie daUltbten.1. We guarantee relief,la every cue sad will that is attracting the attention of every hard cash'prices and I de '
are back from their summer outing and cheerfully refund your money should our rem. one. It is a team of elks, standing nearly ;
::25th, that the "utatictan of hell, will spend the winter at their beautiful edy fan to produce the moat gratifying results. 10 hands high, broken to harness andY 1

Mr. S. F. Gardiner, had his say, and home 10 this city. Please remember that the appellation Patent gentle and obedient as horses. They competition. ,1 have no:
have been brought in from Montana and
allow'me
I want to
you space' to Medicine does sot apply to

have my say. I read his article I value The of;eetb good should teeth cannot not be forgotten.be overestimated. The- Scott's Carbo-Dig.rHve Compound.It are big awaiting pens in the a purchaser yards. The in one elks of have the one of the nicest lines -f.Dress : .
and Will he
again again. read
been domesticated, and their O.
owner,
la a prescription put by a leading phyrd*
'r mine and answer the questions I a&k Dental work properly done before up S. Slayton, has driven them about his Goods Domestics
clan who hat made stomach and troubles
nerroui 1
,, himVe'll see. it is too late spares one a great deal of ranch for several years.Chicago Trib.ue. ,
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and will often the teeth fora a specialty for years.we
First, let me say (in order that pain preserve '
)Mr. Gardiner may know where I life time. Long practice in dentistry, court Investigation and earnestly urge an Fancy Notions Shoes an

stand, and thus know how to locate as in all professions, makes perfect. I physicians to write us for the formula of Blood and nerves are very closely re '

11 j :me) that I am a Christian-a Christian have had the practice and can guarantee 8OOTT8 CARBO-DIGESTIVE COMPOUND lated. Keep the blood rich pure and Ladies'

without prefix and affix, or any good work. Office at residence southeast which we will mail on application, that they healthy with Hood' Sarsaparilla and you Capes ever displaj.ed ]

; !such thing; a Christian such as weread of F. C. sit P. depot. J. U. Uaynes. may satixfy themselves of its harmless character will have no trouble from nervousness.

about, in the New Testament. and excellent virtues the in Starke.c ]
lire P. U. Cason of Port Tampa was Hood' Pills best after-dinner
zr 4 am a ,common sort of a disciple oi.Christ Scott't Carbo-Digsitiv Compound
in the city several days of the week. pills assist digestion prevent constipation -
>. and I am not ashamed of it..
; ,, Is the roost remarkable remedy that science baa stock of
"Were I a silly, blab-mouth skeptic Mrs. Cason came up to have some work 23c.:. My Groceiies 'is
produced. It has succeeded where all other
Dr. J. O.
.. -or infidel I would be ashamed of it. done by our popular dentist Ace Sad Case. .
, t' But to the subject in hand. The. Haynes. This reminds us that Dr. medicines hare failed. Ethel-Don't yon think that pair of complete. You can fitwhat
;purpose of Mr. Gardiner's article, as Haynes' reputation as a dental surgeon is Sold by druggists( every whore. $1.00 pet bot mea lovely, George? ;:

i; ;tated in the first"paragraph'is that becoming statewide. His practice is tle. Sent to any address America on receiptof George (with visions of lost night's

;vour readers may "profit therefrom." confined to no particular locality, and U price. poker game)-Curse the things! I don't you want :; here. NaA:

t r For the life of me I cannot see how is pleasant to the doctor many friends Doat forget that we obedrfully refund your want to hear anything about them.

r .it can "interest." your readers in gen at home to note that hIS professional klll) money If results are not satisfactory. Order dInes -Buffalo Ethel has not spoken to George since. trouble to show goods!:
If your druggist does not hare It. Express.
# 'fa Feral or "profit" auv of them in particular is being fittingly recognized.
i to know that the "vast ma Address all orders to
# *i jority" of their fellowmen are Rev. P. W. Corr, the newly-elected Malarial produces weakness general Give me a trial. a

I "condemned to eternal punishment" mayor of Hampton was in town a few CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG. CO., debiliry. biliousness loss of appetite indigestion \

! and days ago and in convention with a representative and constipation. Grove's
"they likely to join them ere Topeka Kas.
c N. J. JONES
ton ." of the TKLBGKATH expressed Tasteless Chill Tunic removes the cause :
:
'p Where is the "profit" from admitting his disapproval of the new election' law. i which produces these troubles. Try it .. .
' a hell, and in proving that 500 He said that he bad closely observed the Mteeted. and you will be delighted. 50 ctg. To -'"
of the law at the late election in The Marquis of Waterf ord onoa sbowed I ask for
the
f :t are in hell to 1 in heaven," and in workings remarkable detective skill. get genuine Grove's. 'CKkF
his town, and that a number of good robber,
? the
closing sermon designed to pro who bad broken into the narqnis'a house George A. Brayaldo: bus just had the
duce of the heart" democrats were so disgusted with the
"palpitation at
Curraghmore, Ireland, was pnrroed old historic town nf Columbus. Suwannee
without pointing out the way to law's technicalities that it required a by him and followed to a pnblio house county, surveyed and u handsome .
t: .escape hell and gain heaven? We good deal of persuasion to get them to four miles off. map THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR n
'r showing the sizes location, etc.. of the
know something of "profit and low,"' vote. There the robber had seated himself lots.
but we fail to see the "profit" in the among a number of men. who were

article under consideration. Free Villa drinking and smoking and not one"f The healing properties of DeWitt's { ijlflRF\E BR

$ i Now to the questions: : Send your address to H. Eo Ducfelcn & however them.would betray him. The marquis, Witch Hazel Strive are well known. It Ga&lLlJ
'Co.. Chicago, and a free box wa muter of the situation.
((1.) Where is the chapter and get sample He Insisted cures eczema, skin affections and I is simply
t i Terse in the Bible that "the Af Dr. Kin,'. New Life Pills. A trial upon feeling all their
says heart, and as he was their landlord and a perfect remedy for pile Sturke (B. P. SMITH PROPRIETOR .
whole will convince of their merit These )
condemned
.+d race was to eternal you the great man of the county not ooe Drug Co. <,
punishment for the sin of pills are easy in action sad ate particularly dared to refute. The man whose heart

c .. .Adam?" You are the man who effective in the cure of Constipation was still beating quickly was the rob- The latest needle-toe shoe in Ford's fine DRUGS AND .

k .made the assertion; you are the and Sick Headache. For Malaria and bet, who bad JUII' ceased running.. footwear just received at Truby. Stern- PATENT MEDICINES!

man to prodnce the proof Liver troubles they have been proved in Youth's Companion. burg& Co's. .

((2.) Where is the chapter and valuable They are guaranteed to be perfectly ,

i verse that says Adam fell? free from every deleterious sub- A resolution to do something hereafter Well Liked
Iff flmUna
ti ((3.) From what did be fall? .stance and to be Durelv vegetable. They is a resolution not to do it now. If you I i iI :
1>r+Tf (4.) What church or preacher do not weaken by their action but by are suffering with sick-headaches the UllU IUUO Wear longer '

t teaches that "from Adam's time giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly time to cure them is immediately before .
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t down the date invigorate the system. ItrruUr size 25c. they fasten thctmxlves .
to or the birthof:
upon you as a
t- box. Sold ny Starke Drug Co.. and
Christ was 4,000 years, dunng which John per a King Lake Mutter. 4 habit By all means. make the 'first Good JudgmentTells DON T YOU NEED i
.: time all souls lost to
# were ? Or, if you attempt cure them by a simple course
ltd got your authority from the Bible School ..... Pramdta .. of Ramon's Tonic Liver Pills (and Pellets it

"' for making the above assertion The school board net Tuesday with ). A box costs but 25 cents is en. clothes you: Buy nice clothes;

a please give chapter and versa all members present.It tirely harmless and the chances are nine good clothes that ;will becoming look clothes well on; A now unit of Clothe, a pair of $Shoes a 1bI\\

((5.) Where is the ""Scriptor was ordered that the next meeting of ty.nlne in one hundred that you will not you; clothes that will wear Underwear, a Trunk Valise feometbbg ik-t j- '
J 'I text" that teaches "the number of the County Teachers' Institute be held aNew have a sick-headache again; for a long well; ck)'bcs that will be an or J

i +.' the elect shall be compared to the RI yet. time. Sample dose free at Starke Drug outward index of your good the Clothing or Gents' Furnishings line? "U IO3;
! w ears of corn left in the field after the R. L. Maine was assigned to the Lake Go's.drug store. taste of your good judgment. 1.or.

t ; '. crop has been gathered?" Please Butler school.

r ,: give chapter and verse Warrants were issued to the amount of The old sheepskin cloak mentioned by AppearancesGo COME AND J
LOOK
T Paul probably cost him about $1, aa
: I turn to the Word of God (Rev. $1419.93.Adjourned. .
I that was the common price at that time. .
; ;:9)) and read, "I beheld, &ftd.Jo! a until date for the next rrgularjneeting. a clothes
great ways make
:,,: great multitude which no man could Helena Mon., the m .n. First impressions At ;".
was named for a fe- are my stock, which is the largest and bes( e..l ;
number, etc. And again (Rev. male relative of a miner named John the best, most fasting. Clothes :
21:24)), "And the nations of them Card .r ....at... Bommerville. do it-the nght kind. Our lected in the city. A fine line of Shoes ftf

which are saved shall walk in the We desire to thank all wh so faithfully clothes will.
men, women and children. Price will suit jca
i light of it," etc. "Thus following assisted at the fire on Monday evening Wash potatoes with a cloth. n.. acarer I t

the Scriptural text," we read of ,. and especially the fire company who responded of time and of the hands. I TRUBSTERNBURG & CO.New 1:

' .... more folks in heaven than we ever so promptly and were MI Successful -
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do in hell. in subduing the fire that might have J. M. ALVAREZ The Clothier uiFurnisher ,
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'' The above reference are from the caused great disaster to us as well as our ,

Word of God, and what "Calvinieti neighbors MR. AXD &1... lUcxrrr. ...... rClerk's

, ':' savn cuts no figure in the case. ut_..;, Drug toreLAKFBUTLER Report. x
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". Gardiner the
;,: please answer "I can't say" remarked the sword REPORT of W.T,Weeks. Clerk of the Circuit Court for Bradford County on account of tart. T
above questions in the light of truth swallower as dispatched a Damascus for taxes assessed for the year 1804: '

and according to the look "To blade, "that I especially like the taste ACC'T or j.a BTUD 1"0& TAXES ASSESSED FOB 191.
Oct.7'85-To val due on County fund ........ .. 3No
14. the law and to the testimony: if of Proper an per last report .... S 38663 |
; foreign foeda .5,'gS-Dy) cash and scrip a* per Treasurer'receipt No.S..... I &Z
they speak not according to this "Their dishes* rejoined the gloss IN By am't to balance............ ......... ............................ .,a\m\ -I'
::V: word, it ia because there is no light eater, who was partaking of a Venetian MO 6' -iLe=q,
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I in them. Ia. 8:20. oup tureen, "'ate. as a rule far from Nov.5, '05-To bat due on Co. Proper fund..:..................................... =173 69! -

; In conclusion, permit me to say pIMa n'rheh1UD&D Oct.7,fKTo; am't due Co.School fund aa per last report......... .............. 2,221151
f that article with the title aalUDCCler tossed off three Nov. B.'SS-By cash and scrip aa per Treasurer's receipt No.a. .... .............. 530
r It justifies your me in saying all that given I fingers of imported red fire, with a gasoline By am't to baL............. ....................................... ... 1 ellS 51 "
+: .- chaser, but said nothing.-Detroit z.a tlNor. 1.t18
have paid. Furthermore, let me assure Triton Stock .5'D5-To baL dQe Co. School fund.............,.,,,.,...... ..................1,493 61 ===-
: ; that what I have written I complete. Goods
you are fresh. .>ct 7. '05-To arot due Co.Special fund aa per last report. .................... ;1.1115
r. have written in order to the acquirement : The great! Christian feasts of Christmas. SOT.6, 'l 5-BlcaahaudlCripasperTreaaunr'arecetptNo.S. .......... .... 1 52 .
{, and defense of the truth. ', Easter. Ascension and Whittnn- Come in to see us. Get By am't to balance ........ ............................................ -!!-..
for the whole our prices. 79s 9tXOT. m-
our8 truth, tide are said to have been ordered lobe -- 3
I'I'Y; W. E. DAUOnKRTT.P observed by the whole church all over .5,'95 To baL due Co.Special fund........................ ............. ... C90 goB

the world as early at the dose of the ]"J.E.Fnc D. C. .,-w.. ..x..WEEKS, CJer .
; iORD'S first oeatltr 4m,__ .. .-
.; INK WE WANT TAXES ASSESSED FOR 18*. _. S.1
ITTING YOUR TRADE.J. Clerk's report on account of J.C. Byrd Tax: Collector,on'amount of Taxes J assessed for 1885Oct. ? 'ti

.r, A i GOT-WE We have the following seasonable goods: .7. '9S-To: am't asaeased to County Proper fond..............."...... .... .......... g 3
NEW RAISINS Oct.7.Tom'ta 8e *ed to tionnty! School fund ......................................sm:; '
at Truby, Sternburg & Co's.HOOD'S NEW Oct If'l*-To ami!aJIM588ed to County Special fund....................................... '6It 11 ,
PRUNES R2.*79.To' """S8eW6d to County Roads and Kridpes fund....... ....... ....... .... 85110 '1
NEW CITRON, M. YORK & .7, 9o-Toamt assessed to-FIna and Forfeiture"fund....................... .........,UlTJj! 'j
PILLS cure Liver Ills, NEW EVAPORATED APPLES. CO. Oct. 7. 'V5--Total amt assessed for County purposes ......:.................................11t.1l1 ao
BlUouanesn, Indigestion Headache. No collections for
193
reported,hence the aboTo
amounts are correct to date.
A pleasant laxative. All Drs tst Truby Stcroburg & Co. _.A.XE BUTLER.
FLA- W. T. WEEKS. Clerk
StarVc Fla. Nor 5,1895. ,, C.
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