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Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 1895
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:00380
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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1 : Awarded Mr. J, I. Dulxtse. one. of the prosperous ?' 'r.: 'ary
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Ii. Ha'e Worihington section, paid the TELEGRAPH -' 4 t { 4ia4y .'
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IfiEffew M1' .' yonr eyes.tested and Spectacles DR a pleasant call Tuesday inn ing. I -Jjr; '#..*.a-.gr'Si.;,:: .

rl t Co tilted by an expert' ? --.- .. ... Jive flocking. .. to .ourr...ttore; 'av: : ".axe. (:
There: are many..good reasons why you ;" :J4
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.WE MAKE should use One Minute rough Cure. days;; ;.aw .
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sitar1A111N6 There are no reasons why you should .miring .the beautiful :FaJf .t i '
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,_", .,.= No charge for examination, and not. if in nerd of help. The only harm '\ ",".....:\!;{' ':JI;.' t"..".

1) r" :. *Wtch'an4, I .will tniranxt-e to correct any refraction less remedy that produces immediate re .. .and 'Wiiiter, flood in ajl') 'Uf. ,,'... ,_ -:' ..:

:i.: EyeFlzer that a Spectacle Lease sults. Starke Drug Co. r. + t -- .. '

'Jo; will correct. I, .. .. .our depntments.All --effort "ar;
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a \ 'ALL OX US FOR ANYTHING IN Mr. and'JJltrs. J..G.VAlvarez last Saturday .... -. past: great U', ,
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' !*ify i -THE- afternoon: 'The funeral was conducted n,4".... {.. ,. '" '\.' ;'. ',::t t-... fo if :,; ODV .. .were, liaye. been faf4wtt..'.". .
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JE"W"ELR"'Y LINE 2 o'clock: Sunday afternoon und the . .passed by us ...this leasoa.r;;.:.. I'. ,
1 h! ,d' PornIR interment -:, .:-. : ,' ,' c.'hror, avi hem .... ..' ,,

1 .4? h-; W. T. SCOTT & CO. was made at Crosby cemetery.It's ;:: 0.' ;.., ,: :" !.3 :iSeF,?'l.l'lf' .. .Abundant evidence of r-;:* 1a'J"S'

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t a1RI1VNIflllP cure a severe cough or cold with it. departments our jppl-i a
i| torn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant C. K; ). -.f =' Ohio c.. .
Let 'l rt:: ? \ tu 2; '':: .;
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40 YEARS TIE STANDARD. <. '"' ;> .. of thw "best
Minute I'onjjh Cure. Better medicine -r} a: "S\: :.LI:; L'n'l: : EQVLATORbroke .icy goods at \ 4
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Drug Co. :!
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,tLi I ft II IU ..UI I Postmaster d. W. Batten, of Tberessu, It when :;. ;K'..-'!. aid: recem:;end it." 1;" ." !""!."'". -I'i.' "" '

:' .. was a pleasant caller at the TELEGRAPH Be syfe lh: :;t;Sri r q.j't'; Local items Picked Here '....
': ';. lip office 1 uedny. Mr. Batten is engaging ; "
't: the RED Z o.i : : p :: e. And don't ;\..: '- .

: f1.. '>Ii .. w and There .. i in the .culture of strawberries on quite forget.th word REGULATOR. It jS..SIM! ./ :
.. ; ., an extensive scale this season. hayingset MONS LIvE.R REGULATOR, dad there. is While I theiron t -1:b tf/'I:' .,
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: .. : Elegantly Made Will "Occur in the Near Future a few days :ago for $103 to cover a claim paused by a sJuj! gsi: : Livsr.J. t .' .,''-.{J'1-.,- ....'... ...... ;_
.t'l'"t: ;. ., .' for H.ZeiJin ,";: Co., / '\Jcphta.Oranse ,, .P.-Oar Fall: ]1 campaign..!. ..oai< ;" '
mouths'
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-Epitome a pay ac a surgeon .
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; .r J, in Starke. during the civil\ war.r doctor has -- \ ,;j; ,
Wi.t., Beautifully Trimmed. ., happenings !!!: a i.. .quick-selling basI8We bate,<. it"i ?.
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,. claim for a pension pending apdfeels ; Groves Itecnperatlos. \-p-< :'
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"ti."; er: ': Buy your shoes from N. J. Jones. county many orange ,
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\ : groves are rapidiy . .
Jr recuperatingfrom competition ',will..not 'OQC1il'
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i"i h Err g'if B 'to 75e. I Jones. a few days I will have a new as- .. .us. Wecall. special ratttiou ,;;"; < .'"
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borimenl' of staple and holiday goods ter, but two that give most : :'t .; f. '

; 4441: M Tail Flannel 75c. Ladies waists at Truby. BUrnburg: fiCompany's. suitable for Christmas and New Year's promise of early fruitage are owned .. . to 'our v. '.',....;.i!,..... .;.
: by Messrs. K. Hicks and Adam I : .;,;.. ,""* .1t'(<
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The main feature \ be .
Hill\ the ,
f: ,,:.itar 1tlJ: i ffenrietta 8$c. presents. \ ;; ; -s:: ,
f. ...' of. -- "' '''-\ Jamestown worsted at Truhy, btern- the former ... .
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; :r black and colors 50e. burg & Co.'s. I .
'i itt ; f2-ill.ch.Mohair, and the latter on New River, near cDress i>!. "? ..
the regular wholesale prices at U. 11. I 4"a fi.....- = i 't +-/4":' 42-inch Brocade Novelties 35c to 50. Pleas cull and settle. your bill. Tate.. Miner's, Johns' block near railroad.Mr. the Brit George bridge. \ > 'fi.. """." t'. 4 :.
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" x : / r : ... 38-inch all-wool Tricot 35c.' Powell...31. D. .. Orrin \*. Husband left Tuesdayfor gate Mr. [Hicks examined his grove Goods-_ : : : ,
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' 4r;21' % Bust-prof seed. oafs\ at Truhy, Stern- N uhyille,1'enu., where he'will takea and found) that while the trees had ,/ ft ,",' ,ji:.. +h\l rrp
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if: ', a 1,. aool 'Henriettas; black and colors, 4Qc. to 50c. burg &; CII'Ie'lIentio1. course in iook-keepivg and stenography received a severe set-back there was .- .Bought almost in eyiiry-s* Sled.. tr.r. fI'-f .

m. Draughcn's Business He still some life in them. He decided : : a
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$jJi8ilk; finish' :': .$1.00.h'silkwarp ..\ iscalleil. .! to 1J Jones' new Mas accompanied far as Atlanta by to-let] them stand and during this . ..ataoco from a 'the.. 'maaufaa... l 'L"' r w

fA ..f.' $ : :Henrietta $1 to $1.25. Hdvertisemt-nt. Messrs. O. C. Husband, Will Wall and year has been rewarded by the appearance .. turera. aril markad at GGm--e K ,1,t!:.v*fIn 1k'.];: ,.

: : ; : ** \ A gno4 p"ir iMiys pants for 18 centsat A. G. Long who will laky, m"the sightsat of a luxurient growth of !. t.; : }ltl1' ''4-

,,,. ,t- 38-inch Fancies and Novelties 20c to 25c, J. M. Alvarez's. the exposition and return home Sun tender snoot all over the limbs of -.1 uetttion, prices.i -D' "

: #; Black, blue, brown "and: tan Broad cloth day. the leaves trees that the were cold.stripped It i of their __. _.. 1y'i:
I New line of cape at Trnby, by thoughtthat r" i
.;tl..i.. : lx yards wide, $1.00. Sternburg & Co.'s. Some Bradford county citizens have !Mr. Hicks will have a fair crop >' '
'f'i :- been drawn to the and I at -a
serye on grand of next j jClothing : '
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> : Mr. D. K. Friend paId u business visit petit junva.of the winter term of United On the other hand Mr. Tison did .d6"'W:- : .,',.
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j jif ftf 1 ling of Staples at har4-time to Dude City this week. States court, which will convene in Jacksonville just the thing that Mr. Hicks de- .;'1'. :..' .;. i.,# '

on,the first Monday in December. cided not to do. He cat his trees "' /1

:.' ces: fan'd" Shoes lower than: Child rens cloaks, a great variety, Messrs J. Q. Alvarez and John Hall are down close to the ground, laid the : t: '- ',; .'..'Y. r. ...
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** %-- ; ; on lip j jury roots bare and fertilized them. He .J :..:.\rIto
r lse'jf' and W. Ellery Davis is stimmoaed for the had between 25(X and 300 fine trees anUents'
e .: la grippe use Dr. Powell's Feyer '
... .-. '\ ,. "" ; petit Jury. and one ban uprooted;from the i/gj4.' ,
tM ._.t, <.-...."t'ft. "-; 1' : ___. Cure. It "never fails" to cure it. every : j
.", ". ''. .. roots, and the young shoots are now .
r : \ Messrs. Pce and Tisnu biiye torn down
f 1 :{ ; :f .' '. Kid Gloves-the best m"kin<<: popular the old frame building at the rear of '.betw en four and five feet high. Eurnishina-s. ,yt ;2

shades, at Truby, Sternburp. & t'o's. His grove is described by a.gentle : "
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'';:1Jfjh': :. the week at the Atlanta Exposition.New and will build on the site a bnck building beauty, young a .. .......

W J twenty-four feet witlw by seventfe t uqjform height" aud of. a' rich'green . .Oeparim \ ;
f color. '
-"<', tV : 4.l.for. yourself dress good*-tlie right kind and long Four applications have already ....*. '%- :$ .
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-t, .,... JIt ,'.' right prices. Truby, Sternburg & Co. been nvaue tot rent the building, which Tile Drleser: Caa.. your. -t "lot"t. .- ,t.:1'" .'...
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t'- !,".,.,'I.A.*;c" itI.} e Mr. and Mrs. S. F. H ford, of Green proves very qqaslusively: that good property t The trial of M. M. Dri ers.for .. ...pocket-bock" withoutrouble.Ip Jr....?::;,'}.l '

%- St.. ';'fl will refit readily in Starke. the murder of Tax Collector B. T. :-'J. i-,
r.t .. 'h t,' T. A. KNIGHT. Coye Springs, visited relatives in this. city . HATS we have Ute.htte. > l :)4'
t ti: :;: \ Dowling in. this county will bestarted p.: ;(
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illustiated lecture on Palestine will be delivered l
""f..!! .' .', .', -.'.:. .,. .1'jf..c. .- .- .. Mrs.: E. L. Stewart and little daughter Methodist next Tuesday, November26ih. -* '.-4'tt4:I7fi. ..:. .
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,'. H.t.: .,.'.tr ,'.t".lr.." ., ;.;...' '- visited relatives Anthony Sunday and at church\ by &Much interest, i is felt in.the _.. ; less] Price': than 'lboil !i.asked1._ .: ; tof ". ;-
1i4' 'Jtt-1. : t' Rev.T. Oiiffllh, pastor of St. AlKUhew'schurch :
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R SWEAT4w4.J.vqpoaS here and is that "Il-I'-
Monday ease it probable Veuewhere
fif i J! Jf In The lecture is for thjB oodi. "
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Elicits the barber, fans I '
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P-fe'i Mtrv '-.' > \ :|fS.a 'a entertaining .. 1r ,.
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... i' ij. *;*: t&:; .:.,_ ,*TBt Ijt' improved the interior of his shop, havingthe one, and should nut be missed. .
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, floors 'cuatte'd. etc. The lecture will be delivered in this city Card Thank*. a'." .. ''rN'i-v.: .,. .-.. ,.
for the benefit of the church. nUll it is .. .MENT 1 the most.. '" f ;: '
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Davis buck We desire to tender our thanks a: 8DDlple,, ;.i t+ + :
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i.\ IJ !, sights at the exposition.Mr. The teeth should not be fptgotton. The fered their assistance/to us duringthe ". ,.....,.., t'f." :

,{ .pl.,. .. ,,.iV. Hlnsss\ of our daughter, Jessie -. '. r .<,... ..4', .
".' 't '.." .", ', .0't'1' ons value of good teeth cnunot.be overestimated. '- "!'\ '"
'i .. i1 l ,!'< ';J.i J. 'M. York, an enterprising! young Horiense. : .
: .-4.: ;.? : "';'."'M t{ ... ,,' Dental work. properly done beforeit .. .Onr specialties: Are tiff, : : t :
::t.,. "r.' druggist: of Lake Butler, spent Sunday MB. AND MRS. J. G. ALVAREZ.Notice .... II
; : ." ;r. is ton late spares one a great deal: of" .o;>.
with friends in this city. "I : :'( 11',11. : :>'
ty pain. and will often preserve the teeth for to Debtor

AK; 'f i ; ::furnishings, Several candidates have signified theii :. a life time. Long practice in dentistry, Having sold my drug store it is absolutely Har"d'ware"t.;: .

t: ; : tJr5 :f.... ff; .. intention to place their announcement. in as in nil professions, makes perfect. l necessary to close up my business.If : :. "r .; :f-/. .-..... f wj;

-,.... t.-- :ri-J> ...... next week's TELEGHAPII. have had the practice and can guarantee you owe me please make it convenientto .. '' it : 'i.

.t'X'i ',Wtt' t.\1'p 1j'ATEST i. good work. Office at residence southeast settle your account at once. aD d' i F urn I t-urB ;iji i '
: : : STYLES. No trouble to show goods. t''.ll and ,- .' .
i .ll of F. C. & P. depot. J. O. Hayiies. 7. E. L. STEWARD M. D,.. ,. ,' -' .. ,tf: .:: '1
see J. M. Alvarez's line of clothing before : '"''" '"' ,.. it' jL': :t--. : h t: +t...
you buy lie will save you' money. Mr. EntenZii will r 8unt; the manufac- ....iui'...... rv '' w'Rx-*' *! lr f .
tuie! of cigars next Monday lie has rent- ,ts ; .' ;
;tpuiiiS. tHAT Will Shots! Shoes! :Shoes! better and cheaper $ .?. ItnartlD@.lta.uere"ouw'-'I' ? 'oJ%[*'
a ; SEll THEM1r than tiny other house 111 town. Come ed the frame building one door south of DON'TREAOTKI -.t' .

Mayor von Kirn's residence on Walnut .-'. ... l
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of candidates' petitions by the again.in position to go to work, and they ...... I ? : ,.1-"I&.. ,
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:'HA'TS AND HHOESatisfaction couucil. Be on hand if you desire your hope that no such misfortune as befell just t ''': ./.AS" ;j"fe.hr", .
'Y ,, a flea tock ?r/-::, ;'t .) >Zf N -N .
li\ r : : name printed on the ballot_ him a few weeks ago, when his factory : I : .

I and contents were, burned, will come his of Candies and Gar- I .z .* e::; '-

Of Everv Mr. N D, Jones, one of the prosperousand I again.M. den Seed. Also I ... gt ,.... ', .
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*' substantial citizens of the Hump ton I {! ';"w.. .. :.

: : ... district, .was a pleasant caller at the TELEGRAPH Entenzu, of' Stark.. .U.>n the city. fine line of Groceries t !' .. -- Win' are.'st dIoingbutians.: 1 yat ." 1'r. :..' ;
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)\- .1 ..Lt office a few days ago. Mr. Entenza has thousands of warm personal I. ; -- 'l..<1 .urid.I ,:

.. friends in the stale on account of Come and get I .... .
>j : The subject for' abbaorning's.. sermon S T ,4. ,oI..f':
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bis geniality; and honesty. Mr. Entenza -:-:--- ,;.
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= GR00EBIES at the Presbyterian Church will be '
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was recently burped ,ont in Surke. He ...
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9 K : received some insurance !and every. pennyof 1'J. .
will preach.on this subject by request.There buy. *: T RUtBY;; J.
Stai the amount received was spent in pay- :; It VSTERNBURG :
.d Fancy. Fresh and t Slock.r .
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you buy goods and that is price and qual. when h? commenced business. in Starke. : ; v
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", stock to select fjoin, so when i in' need of says that he- will do a big business this SAPP & LIVINGSTON

zrR'g Yy WE. A. T STARE' !, goods come and'see us. We are..sure to winter. He contemplates ending a large ,, & CO. : .

ii .., ...... ",.. .' FLA.IF .l please you. Truby, Sternburg fc boy I brick block at Starke.-Gainesville Sun., -oriQSrr ; TISO\'S FOARD1SLIfQU ': '.

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41. t/ *,.."1" ;.There .is a movement in England to 1[ NOBLESSE OBLIGE. She was too frightened to scream, le sson'which will last... yon whila.. P014L t<....'

"tf d .' ,.' ., : "Hove: ,public school[children taught to 'T is wisdom's law, the perfect cola: and. after all, it would have. ne no Here is the train."

$;k4 ,/1.. swim; By love inspired good for, before she had time to open And they were half a dozen mile F FLOBID CBNTRAL AND FEMUR} mii[

'" ,\ ,. or him on whom much is bestowedIs I I her lips she felt herself lifted in a away ere Kate had fully realized that' .
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f ." Lieutenant Peaty says he 'is "donewith' much required. i strong arm, her sleeve unfastened, and she had spoken her mind in an ex .
"" herself the walk. respecting :Mr. New Florida and Northern Air Line anil 1'
seediugly plain
4U4! rf -, the North Pole." All methods The tuneful throat is bid to-slng, deposited safely upon manner

-5! :.t :j;:.j. -of reaching' it hitherto tried have The The oak must reign the forest's kin I Kate"One as she of the raised gardeners her eyes,"and thought saw a She Ashley had to laughed that.away,gentleman other scrapeshis himself.- Florida 'Trunk .
stream the wheel must
a-'i / :proved: a failure. 'Tis rushing with, the move i' tall man with bronzed complexionand t she conld not laugh away so she i TIME TABLE IN EFFECT !NOV. 3, 1896. l'o
given eagle's
_--___- --_ _rX eye, :' dark hair minus his coat, which cried quietly. i .

i' t Some idea of the quantity salmon To face the midday skies. .' I. hung over the drooping bough close "What must he think of me?" she a, A w: s, I o a': j NonrHEEx ..J! rn y a' I p- .,

in the Columbia River, Oregon, or at If I am weak and yon are strong, I by'in companionship with a spade. asked when Mary tried to comfort = a A a POUTS. :;j' A Q'f a 1'O

Whv, then, why. then, one or two upturned shrubs and a her. And Frank said that he thought to A _A -A;. !,.&
r 'least,, of the quantity taken out may i -:- _
-
Tp the braver deeds belong! straw hat. it "served her '
you right. I 8fu 1vJ'Icenvle 1o8: ....
7 30a
8201.
940p
from 4 SOp 7 001) 620p u a .820. I
"be formed the fact that some of And so, again l "Did you want anything?" asked What.Mr. Ashley did think of the ; 9 33& !i22p 742]) 705p 815. ....Yalta." 9'33" 8L2p 14 ..._J. 742& ... ,.

Y_;" the.big,canneries there are now putting If yon have gifts and I have none, the stranger. matter may be conjectured by a .fragment I 11.1 15a 5 Mp 925 p d w: .... 1015a arF'rnand iT 8 :,On '6 SOp 1 10 ...... 710& &
...... ...... ... .. o 845p 953* :Everett. 'l42 ''l02p 6 ... .
in If I have shade and :you have sun, "Yes, said Kate boldly. "I want of conversation that took placein .0'' ....
up cans an average often tons 'Br'm"ickIT ..._.. .... ..
'. ...... ...... ...... v d .
-of. the fish every day. 'Tk yours with freer hand to give, to come and see the' grounds-and I Mr. Westport's drawingroom about ...... ...... .... .. '" .; i t0 SIp 1142& 43&Tanna.hu b5.5a' 444p .:...: ?.. ,'.l-
Tis yours with truer grace to live want to open that wicket gate for my three, months subsequently between ...... ...... ...... 10 41p l1Ooi: ITS''nn'h ar 516a, 434pa :i ... ;. .;...: .: "-
'4 Than I, who giftless sunless, stand brother and sister to come in, too, I Mr. Ashley himself and Miss West- ...... ...... ... .. a", -= 141parFarfaxh 3M&12S2p rg' ............. .".
-* Some idea of the extent of the luxn- With barren life and hand. know master has forbidden it ort. I .... .. ...... ...:.. : 630. ".An."U8tL" 840p ...... ..If:4 ...... ..... .;;J
ber industries of the Pacific Northwest your" p ...... .. .... ...... !" e 122a 225p "DenmU' 305& 148 c.g ...... ...... .;:: '
-St. Louis GlobeDemocmt.KATE'S bnt-bnt "I couldn't help it, Kate. After you ...... ..... ...... .y 25a. 4OOp "Columbia" 199& 121O.i ;d ...... ...... ....
:; and of the extent of the forests is had The stranger smiled. had all made up your mind that I was .... .. .. ..:.:. ...... "d- 1:;: ........ '"Sp'rt'nb' ....... E-t ...... ....... .
.
&<+ ., -hi'the fact that "Who told it was forbidden?" the gardener I could not well unde ...... .. ... ...... Q ..l 1000b ... .;. I .A.-"hevfile" .. .. ....I.. ;. ...... ...... ...:;'
during the six months ESCAPADE you .-.... ...... ...... "'G' t 7 00a 8 20p "Charlotte" 13 06p 840.< 2b....... ....... ". ,-'
CI>
from March to August of 1895: 10,935 The man at the depot and the ceive you, and 1 did not think* then ...... ...... ...... ggc:; 8474 9S8p. albbQr1 ..... 73l'$ .............. tJW.o"I.
porter at the lodge." how vitally important the matter ....., ...:.. .. .... -w'I015111048p: "Gr'nsb'l'.J"' 7 #7p 604a [" ....:. h... .;;;
x i car loads of lumber and shingles were HE train has been "If you wait till I can resume my would, one day become to me. Say you .. .. .. ...... .. .... :: = 1190a 1200p ".Dtnville" 6IOp 445. ...... ...;... .;;..
.. .
: shipped East from Seattle Wash., coat and hat I shall be to not i r ...... .. .... ...... ,,aVm, 2031 ...... ''Richm'nd" .._..:1235s a QI .... ."....; ..._('
-; gone four minutes, happy open are angry I"I I I .. .... .. .... ...... >.>.'tj-= 1 fp: 15311. 'IT Lync hb'g I' :..... 248a ...:.. .a:: ....1.:,
.alone. These are simply shipments sir !r" the gate for you, said the stranger. "Well I'm not angry, said Kate; I ...... ...... ...... a..g C 335s 'rl'tsvle' 2 YIP lWa5 I ......, ;...."., r ....::
by rail. If have ever "And if there is. any part of the "only-" ...... ...... ......a lit 8 S.P 842. ''Wshgtrn" 11t5&1 05p "Iii, .:.... ....; ,...'." ,
k you grounds you wish to see I will show "No only if you please. You are ...... ...... ...... 112o'St) 8'n'ltimore" 942. '337p ...... .,.,,{. ;..;"
f been jolted two or .. .... ...... ...... :;;:I.. 2 :6all0 25& 20a 5 Mp ..:..-.t,; .. ;:r.
.
The London Telegraph commeatSlh' three hours over you over it. vexed to think that you expressed ...... ...... .. .... 6 53p Ne's Y or k"Il2 :5a. 320p .,.... .'....-.,.. .-_,,.,'
roads in "Oh, that will ba splendid 1" exclaimed yourself so frankly. Love, I have been
LordSackville's country a i
the ing' upon pamphlet in which he issuance makes of country coach toI I Kate, clapping her little sick and weary of artificial society forye'lrs Elegant) ThronaJi Duv Coaches Jncksonrilia 10 Uiiarlcnte on NOB. 37 and 3S.,,. ,,: '::1 _

an "connect" with a hands gleefully. "You are one of the ; it was that very innocent openness HOLLY SPRINGS BODTE: "' ,,

; attack upon United States Ambassador railroad train that stops precisely gardeners, I suppose?" that stole my heart away.' Now CINCINNATIJACKSONVILE.ToS.'. Lon Cli'cago, Biota C& y. r f?

i, Bayard says: A very foolish, ill forty five seconds among the lonely Her new acquaintance was stoopingto tell me when may get the Hall readyfor NoM| I. ... 'IN.

lr mannered ill-timed, and ill-made hills and then whizzes away like a demon unfasten tho gate and did not re a little wife." -b. .;bICAro Detroit: Toledo =--S Wpm ..y .,...J ck onTUii ..,. Ar $ Os.
and if have found "I suppose Kate" said Frank A Q ob c S 6 OOam Lv _......Atlanta.) ...... Lr 1050{
a ever Cleveland.Louisville.
has been issued Lotd you ,
pamphlet by yourself .
:
ply."Will = ..5- "
; Q.= :: 200D'D ...L..Birmingbam...,.
who couldn't for the life of 253paz5
Sackville too late therefor you can perhaps you walk in? he said courteously Westport, .,.;:. ':) ofocEj .. G e '" Springi.... "
with the of T20aM
injuring .
purpose appreciate the dismay that overspreadthe to Westport, who, with his him resist joking, "that the next time, .' bi Nashville, .e"8::; : ". ,Loon.f .7SOpsl'
?, the reputation of Mr. Bayard, now the countenances of the little party of : wife, was anxiously watching the we enter Ashley Hall it will be in amore eI Indianapolis.Ar.Everett: a 155pm7SOpm '._.' ..".* 14iS

United States Ambassador: charginghim travelers as they stood on the steps of .. course of events. ;. conventional manner than the -790. -700p LvJ&cksvle r-Ar 20am .,:... 700amJ/ :ar'.. ......_Sionx..;Dnbnt.Ohic&co.City............,:"I 730 sit

with being a political trickster the solitary station. If Frank West- "Xot, unless we are quite certain last! 955a 845pm .Lv.. 20am ...... 800pa
I "Hold tongue Frank" said 4 50p 215am ".Macon. 1 SCam ....., Throntrb Pullman steepen' Si. 'Look r J
and port had been alone he would probably that we shall not get you into trouble your ... -
consistent and determined "
a enemy "I 830r 5 CO am Atlanta. 10 50pm .. .,.. Jacksonville.! Sleepel'1l"throuh: between CW-j
of The have sworn-as it was, not even the with your master" said Westport. Mary, authoritatively; shall always ...... .510am1000am Lv Atlanta .. and Jacksonville with, bob "cha.u .
England. whole thing is so presence of his sister and wife could "ily sister is too impulsive some say it was the luckiest thing: in the ...... ''ArChatn'gaLv. ...... .. .... cago ( .
full of thoughtless;: bitterness that it is repress the muttered "Confoundit times." world that Kate climbed that iron --. KANSAS CITY LINR-Throngh" S>esp r;

.. .. .. 510am Lv.Atlan'a..Ly................
: fence 1" New York News. I Jacksonville to Holly Springs Holly Springs
not worth while to reproduce part !1" which contained the essence of a "There is no danger at all, returned ,
$s" any .... 1000 am Ar Chatn'gaL. ........ ...... Kansas ;(one change only.) yjNo.
of the brochure. We only hope that half a dozen naughty words.'And the man drily as he held the .... 7 45 pm Ar Cin'no.ti Lv 8 OOmn ...... I Missouri, Artwnaam, InJiaa No. Z$.

't :the common sense and practical judgment the next train don't pass under gate open. Origin of the Japanese.The M-l( Territory. I ;'..

y three hours-how. provoking!r" The grounds were exquisite. All origin of the Japanese has been Coach Lf.... ,Jacksonville .... 820ame :
of the English and American Day on No. SSthron; to Atlanta.No 700pm -
ejaculated Mrs. Westport. "How on that wealth, aided by refined and cultivated debated more often since they have 9Ipm Ar.......Everett........ Art 2OuI"
public will treat this un-called-for at. I earth are we to while away the time?" caste, could accomplish had to the world exhibition of *. 33 and Si solid vestibule between Jack. 45am Ar......AtlanU......... 9 3Opntronville .
1 lack with contemptuous disdain. "There's a xniddlin' good tavern a been done. In reply to Kate's eager given an and Cincinnati. 12 OOn'n At....Dlnntnd "m.; ...... LvAr MpaI--.
I inch great military skill as was shown 1000pm .......lIemphis.L:5
piece up the road," said the agent. questions she learned that Mr. Ash- In the war with China than ever be- Close connection for Chicago and. all western 91S..m \r.. ..Springfleld, Mo.. ? LTAj 610par1polnbJ.

Chicago will soon have uurivaled "A country inn 1" exclaimed Kate ley's own suggestions: had been followed fore. The question came tip in a conversation 500pm :.....Kansas Cli.'....... 'Lv 10 SOani<, .

collections of books in many depart- Westport a pretty girl of seventeen. out in everything."But with a celebrated Japanese Nod.' 6 t.elda'andNos': 7 Noa. :I.. .it ,
'L "No indeed, Frank we've had enoughof has he no sister-no wife, General not and he is and .13 No. 9 South a Went I+ 1 and 14 and 10
,. ments. The Newberry library promises that sort of thing. Isn't there any whose taste has aided him in the long ago, reported Daily.\ Daily.850am. New Orleuu. ...Daily.645am. Daily.STOpm_ ,19J'd, >.
"
to have said that his people e3 .,..__._;:r
to be unique and the Crerar will pretty place within walking distance?" adornment of this lovely spot she -- --- J"
** >' were originally Malays. His assertion ...... .. Lv..Fems.n1io..Ar. ......,. .
f 'also be founded on new lines. The she said turning to the man. "We asked. appeared to have been made with so a.. .. ... 10 OOim Lv.Callaban......fAr ........ 360pm {
rich might just ramble around until tho "Neither. aSOpm1000amLv.Jacksonville..Ar 345pm ,
Chicago is
University reaching much positive::.ess as to warrant a be- ,
train is due !" "He must bo a very disagreeable 1050pm 1053am Ar. Baldwin! ......:.Lv 600am SOOpm .
out for any valuable] special collection The scratched his head with observed Kate lef that the investigations of Japan'slearned I 12 liam: 12 Olpm Ar...;....Sfarke. .... ....J.,. 451am 164pm .
a t '
man person musingly. .I.
men had discovered good 124'JprnI23JpmAr..Wa: l1t..L.. 420am 125pm ..
'_ that is offered for sale and the "
i I now puzzled air. : 0 "Why? asked their guide. ground for attributing the National x055a 135pm Ar......Gainesville......LTLv : 750am 1155am .. f
Garrett Biblical Institnte of the Northwestern "There's Dr. Jones's Seminary for "To go off and live in Europe: like origin to this saOS .. ...... 530pm Ar...Cedar Key.... ... .._..**. 815am ,

University has acquired the Young Ladies, jest over that hill-and hermit, and refuse chance travelers Mr. K. :Miyagawa'source..; the Japanese Consul 2 132am( 3'2pm Ar..Hawthorno..Lv. ,. 337am (229pm 1''a t}
'dam
there's Smart's mill 6 201pm AX mm........v/Hr&k.... ....J' 300am 1201pmit19am s
finest collection of Methodist literature grist" ---and there'sa he opportunity of seeing his grounds, at this port, says, however, that .. ...... 238pm :\?.....Silrrr Spring..Lv( '. "
s in picnic ground- said Kate. the of has not been 305am) 253pm I Ar..OeaIIo..L.: i50am1110pm )
the country. While New York Frank Westport interrupted him "Would you like ia look at the problem origin get ... .....'.* ........ Ar.Homwasss .....LvAr ........ 700am fti
r and Boston definitely settled. It is a questionwhichhasarbusedgreatinterestamong 2'am .Wndwood.. ..... J -
are laughing at what they with: hquse and the conservatories?" asked Wpm LT 115.5pm 10 05am
6 05am725ai. 420DDQ Ar.......Leesbnrg.Lv 9834m
are pleased to call the chromo cultureof "Thank but I fear of the at the foot
you none stranger, pausing of the educated classes of Japan, and for d 447pm Ar.Tavares..Lv 1020pm 910am
Chicago, the latter is steadily founding these places will prove interesting. to the flight of marble steps that led up the past twenty Japanese, as O 950am 615pm Ar..Orlando...Lv 800pm ,7459
the ladies. to the door. years .. 6."pmAr..WlDtcr' Park.LTAr. it 35pm 720am9334m a
libraries and museums that the Well, there's Ashley Hall just on "Oh, yes, of all things !I" said Kate ; well as foreign investigators, have V 524rn 429pm! .....SU Catherine........LvAr..Lacoochee.LT 1113pm ..
San Francisco Chronicle predicts "in been striving to throw light upon this 48im 4 51pm iO 43pm 910am
1 R the east road-you can see the tops'ofthe and the guide, drawing a small key obscure subject. There are, however 607am718im 508pm Ar........Dade City..uL.. 1024pm 849dm
twenty years will make the city by tho chimneys; from here. It's the from his pocket entered and admittedthe difficulties in the of O 6 tlpm Ar.Plant City..LTAr 915pm 748am 4

late the :Mecca of American scholars." prettiest place in the county." party to a magnificent entrance the very investigators.The great way 880am600pm .710pm950am .Tampa .LTLv :8 05pm 700am

"Can we not go in?" asked West- hall, lighted by a dome of colored history: of Japan, Mr. Miyagawa "? ...::. Jacksonville.\ .....JAr ,710am518am 9SQo,m

A story is told in the India Rubber port. glass and floored with mosaic wood. back 2555 but it Mes 10 45pm Il56>m ........Lake City.......LT ': 340am fi
"No, sir," was the emphatic re Kate uttered a little shriek of ad says, goes years, was c;.;) 1215am 12 40pm Ar.......Live Oak.... ....Lv 434am335am 154am
world of a meek-looking stranger sponse. "They don't never allow no- miration. not until about 1109 years ago that 263ml( 134pm -\r........ Madiwn........?; ,. 12 Olam ''
with ministerial the Japanese had a written language. 420am 2 52pm Ar......Monticollo........LT 210am 1030pm880pm
a distinctly air whop body to the grounds "Kate !r"
over her
they'redreadful sister-in-
go ; reproved: v .
The stories of the previous centuries 3t&m: 337pm Ar..Tallahaslee. .....iLTAr 140am<
,applied for permission to look over a particular about it, now Mr. law ; but the little lady: was in the came down from tha ..... .. 432pm Quinoy; ..?LT 1343am 635pm
t, rubber Ashley is in E rope." most buoyant spirits, and bounded age to age in --- 5 15pmllOOpn &r..RiverJnnotion..c. ..Lv 12 Olam ...... .. :
large factory. Ho knew nothing "Does nobody reside there?" from window to window. form of legends which were repeated Through! Pullman :tr........Penvarola........LTx 620pm315pm 515pm: '
c' at all about the rubber business, by one person to another until they Sleeper! Jacksonville 305am \ .........Mobile; ........ LT ...,: .. .4 '
"Nobody but the housekeeper and "I think this was worth climbing at last became part of the National f t lo New OrJpllnq. 7.h+m 'r.... .New Orleans.'Lv) : 045am ..... .. ,
he said, ard, after a little hesitation the folks."
gardener over the fence for !1"she said, merrily
l literature which began with the introduction x Duly except Sunday: i Connection at Tampa for 8s Pecsrsbnrg. ilwaatea Hirer and
he was admitted. The Superintendent "Frank, said Kate, mischievously, "even though it was at the risk of
"
-w of Chinese characters. There Key West and Havana s'eamers. Steamer "Manatee. fd>r all tooints on Manatee river. At ;
t showed him about ia person,. and the.man's "I feel an irresistible desire to penetrate hanging? And now, Mr. Gardener, stories however show it is believed Waldo steamer for lIIelr()*t". Connects at Tallahassee for Ht. Mirks, Carabelle and Apalacbicola. "
those Connects at River Junction for ChatUhoocbee nver'steacxeri.. .
Bluebeard
fastnesses-let's show ma the conservatories. By the : Connects at .Ocala fof ,
it, questions and comments seemed that, even at the extremely early day Homo>assa. .. .
.
try. what sort of is Mr. Ashley >
a man
'to come from the densest ignorance: : way to which they relate, the Japanese possessed All bipcage will checked from Unloa Depot. Tickets will still be sold al.the'tity tlckofflce ;.
not if it is
"My dear against the ? Is be handsome? .
the islands which 202 Hogan street, as well as at ti3 Union Depot ticket of&oo." I '
4.I. Finally when the grinding-room was rules." "N-n-o !r" returned the person addressed they now inhabit J. F.. MARSHALL, "

,,,, reached he, lingered a little and But Kate tossed her head defiantly. rather reflectively. !11 and had most, if not all, of the Ticket Agent; 203 West Bay street, corner. Hogan.Jacksonville, Fla. } ,
"Let's distinguishing characteristics which: N. PENNIXGTON, Traffic Manager. A. O. MAoDQNELL ,
all
at .
try, events. though I naturally admire him iJ.
asked in a hesitating way: "Couldn't very now mark them.According General Passenger Agent. ?
i
How those I .
tempting grounds lookedto much, can't call him handsome. "
d. :I have a specimen of that curious stuff to .Mr. Miyagawa, the t'it
the three travelers i
weary as they "Indeed? said Kate. "Is he good ': .
for my cabinet?" "Certainly" retry plodded along the dusty road that natnred !I" general opinion among Japanese ;
-- ---- -- .. t
scholars is -
that the first inhabitants of ---- ----- t
.; plied the Superintendent, although it skirted the iron fence inclosing them I "Passably BO." .. ,:

w was a compound the secret of 'which The cool glitter of a fountain here and "I think:" said Kate, "he must bea race the islands were the Amos, that hairy 1 '..rf P

'. \ was worth thousands of dollars there, seen dimly through feathery better sort of I'erson'than I gave a few individuals of which still THE CLYDE f
; "cer exist in the northernmost part of the STEAMSHIP CO. f
4'
the
boughs ; white gleam of marble him credit for at first. Mary, do yon
tainly, cut off as much as wish.' empire. The Japanese, it is believed, .""
you groups of Fauns and Naids ; masses of know I'm very much inclined to fall i ;.0;., ":
With eager step the visitor approachedthe flowers glowing vividly on velvet in love with the man whose taste has came trim the south but whether xT J .
'
rj; roll of gain, took out his knife, slopes of lawn, and the cool windingsof devised this place? .I do wish I couldsee From the Malay Islands peninsula, from the o '' : ..i".
Philippine from SouthernChina
a brook overarched rustic him." or : 1
by
JfI
wet the blade in his
mouth and
has not been
j bridges-Kate Westport had an eye "Kate! said Mrs. Westport, with a yet definltelj'de.terminedNew t' ::

;.' 'Stop right where you are !s" said the for the picturesque and she longed to warning glance toward thair cicerone York Sun. ..t1.-! },

'Superintendent laying a heavy hand be within the forbidden domains. who was carelessly balancing the con WI *:' i
;.i 4 SL v
upon the stranger ;you are a fraud and Frank had gone on to the porter'slodge servatory key upon his finger.Mr. laIn in the Tropics.The M 7 ., '

fl'a, thief. You didn't learn in a pulpit to request permission to walkover Westport glanced at his watch. intensity of genuine tropical ." ".;
sl the grounds, but he presently re "Twenty minutes to three t
that a dry knife won't cut rubber." -wo rainfall is extraordinary. The rain
n7i turned shaking his head. have but twenty minutes to reach thee
i So saying he showed the impostor to "No The appears to como down not in separatedrops NEW YORK CHARLESTON AND :FLORID d.LINES f
girls.
-t use, man seys h station, he said. "We shall have to but in great sheets. In Dar .
the door and the secret was still safe. has positive orders. Even a bribe was hasten our pane considerably girls." win's "Voyage of the Beagle" writing The magnificent Steamships of this Line appointed to salt'as follow>*! ;' ;;.

kk in vain." "I can show you a shorter path of a heavy shower, amounting to 1.6 Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways. s

A comparison of French operations "How churlish exclaimed Mrs through the park" observed their inches in six hours, which occurred From New York. Pier 29. E. R. Standard Time- <<:amer For. Charleston Prom.Taek.-onv and New York.le. Fla' TN.:. '{{

} 1 Westport, panting."I companion, "if you are in a hurry to during his in the
stay .1
in neighborhoodof
Madagascar and Japanese Tue-day. Oct 29. lit 3 ..fEnXOLE Sundav :
4 opera pm. Nov. 4 3A am
don't that it's at i
see catch the
so train.
very unreasonable Rio de Janeiro the Friday. \o1.. at .... ..
author
describes 3pm CHEROKEE Thur$lay, I stat TOO am :
tions in
Formosa "
shows that the latter after all, said Frank. "Ihe The offer was accepted with much the sound produced the Monday. 4. at 3pm .... IHOQL'OISALfiuNQUIN Sunday.CHEKOKKE 100" am j j
are not behind but in advance of, fellow says they would be overwhelmed relief and the travelers found themselves by Friday.\\ednetday "" C, at 3pm3pm .... Ttt- lay. at 12 00 m r '
drops falling on the innumerable to. at ... K'n oLE | at 130 'PIlI 4 '
Western Nations in the art of war. with sight-seers why, at the depot in good: time. leaves of the forest as very remarkableand Tuesday. "- 12. at 3)J m .... Thursday. .., at 500 am i';";
Where's Kate?" Friday 15. at 3 pm.... IKOOUOISALOftXQUIN TIur 2ll 739am1035am
r. The "We are very much obliged to the noise Monday.Wednesday.. .... Japanese it is pointed: out in the you says was like the rushing 10+. at 3pm3pm SundaY. 24. at
Where, indeed The little lady had sir said :'M, .... .. 1
Westport hesitatingly proffering of a of at SEMINOLE "elIdl1. '. 120) m ,
great body water and couldbe ) at
New .York San "
had 1
I
far and away the discovered wicket Friday. 2'.at3pm .... CHEKdKKE1ROQUOIS\ '
a gate, half hidden a coin their TRursJar.Thurida at 130pm ,
as guide bowed
heard
i
an : at distance of
a a quarter nuesday. :1). lit 3pm .... I
R harder. task of the two. Even in the among the laurels, with the key temporarily adieu at the platform steps. The mile. Dampier gives a lively picture Friday. 29, at 3 pm.... ALGONQUIN tlIlay..] Dec... at at 400 am609am i "S\

: matter of climate Formosa is worse left in the lock-but unfortunately stranger flushed and bit his lip as if of the rain at Gorgocio, off the coast .

than Madagascar.! The Black Flags it was inside, and no reaching annoyed-the next'instact he smiled of Panama where, he says, when hand e Philadelphia, Charleston and Jacksonville< Line (

.: end other irregular Chinese levies or twisting of Kate's arm through. good humoredly. his men were drinking chocolate: For the present and until further notice stearAer "Yemassee" is intended :j i 1
the ironwork could "
} get at it."Where's 1 asEure you it is quite in the to sail from
unnecessary open air, it rained Philadelphia for Charleston Wedn
; formidable so heavily days, and from Charleston
were more "
: opponents than the harm? said saucy he said turning to the ladies that of for Philadelphia ',
some them declared: they could Sundays.: Close connection made at Charleston with Clyde
ri -the Hovas. The French employed 18,- Kate to herself. "It would be suchfun as he waved the Florida 1
r, money carelesslyaside. not empty their calabashes for they Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida points. J''
'000 men for a task which could have to climb over that fence. I've "The next time you visit Ash could not drink up the water as fast as Also, Philadelphia and interior points via Philnde'phia. t J
done it many a time when I was ley Hall ladies I hope
a to
been carried out make it it fell into them. In
according to their parts of .
.; many
school What "
hurt
Ii .,. own officers, by 3000 backed by 1500or do girl.the Grand Mogul can of it Ashley possibly pleasanter And he to disappeared you. among then the phenomenon.tropics rain is a At remarkably Rio de Janeiro regular ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE. 3

2000 Soudanese. They have lost Hall for us to look at his grounds? bushes.

-6000 by fever aided by mismanage 1 II He can't shut us up in prison for it." "Well! ejaculated the agent who in it is invitations said that it for used the to be afternoon the fashion't For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on the St- John's Qiiar.o i

+' 1 'ment. Madagascar will be remembered She was one of those impulsive girlswho had surveyed the scene through state whether the guests to The Elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamer "CITY OF: JACKSONVILLE," Cap '1
were
never stop long to think.-and the round aperture in the ticket office before after assemble W. A. SHAW, is appointed to sail from Jacksonville Sundays, 't.
Tonkin is or the
the thunderstorm
s; as by people in the she slid the iron squirrel-like "I s'posed ho Tuesdays and Fridays at 3:30
up was in- Paris. Why which came p. m., and from Sanford Mondays 1
,: .French provinces. The Japanese don' balancing herself on top. didn't you say you knowed th day at a particular on hour.regularly every Wednesdays and Saturdays at 9 :00 a. in. Enterprise 9:80 a., m.OUTIIBOL'1JRead .

i' do things in this bungling way. They "Kate! come down this instant I" squire At the Government cinchona $ Down. 1
SCHEDULED
plants NORTHBOUND-Read Up.
"" threw 60,000 troops into Formosa cried her dismayed brother. "I know none of your squires" said tions in Jamaica Leave 3 30 ........................
on December 31 .. pm Jacksonville ............ ........... Arrive 3 30 am
But Kate only flashed a laughing Mr. Westport shortly ,' tl45 ........................ .... + .. (
And relieved their advancing for 1885 11.80 inches of .. pm Palatka ..........._............ Leave 8 00 pm
men SD: cleverlythat glance at him and sprang lightly fromher his tickets while Kate whose rain fell in twen 3 00 am ................ ....... .Astir ...............,................ ,". 3 00 pm
none of the soldiers was kept on elevation. eye had ty-four )l Hours, but this measurement :: 4 30 am ........................ St. Franco .........;................ .. 130 pm
followed the tall stranger asked: does not indicate 630 am ........................ Beresford .......... .. _
12 noon
the island long enough to fall a victim Naughty girls never do prosper, in "Which of the Hall the total fall, as agauge 6 00 am .....;.................. Blue ........... .. 1130 am ;
stories or out of them, so it that gardeners is when read at the usual hour of Arrive.. 8 30 am ........................ Sanford ............. ............ .._ 900 am '
to the local conditions. The whole] befel that Miss righteously man? 7 a. m. was found full and overflow. 923 am ................. ...... .hnterpr.ee; .......................... 930am
'J campaign has not cost them half so Westport, insteadcf "Nary one. said the agent; "it's ing. It is probable that unless
alighting, as she had intended, Mr. Ashley !" care Ceneral Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay street Jacksonville
many lives as the French have lost. a border which followedthe is taken to prevent this occurring John L. Howard Florida Freight Aeent F. M. f
upon green "Mr. Ashley!I" ejaculated Miss foot Ironmongir .fin. Florida Passeneer Agent| \ !,
r' Incompetency blundering, lack of.. serpentine windings of the Westport.. many very heavy falls are not fully TT. r ) Hogan street.. Jacksonville! Fla. 20.ftH "'. lap street.Jacksonville, ria P) j
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measured. On the I'&SIIeDller lrellt. +
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preparation slowness in action-thesethings eled walk, was abruptly checked i 'Mr.' Ashley !" screamed Dig Mountains Blue elk Nxfw York. -5 Bowlinjf llrufin1.. '
mid air by the drapery of one sleeve Frank. s. on the same plantation fc'pwHi'r'TUfflvIalveer, > J.A.LeslieTSuper.ntendeat! ,
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brielitt ? Americans. I three days were fine.-Gentlem
fence. coolly "I D'e WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Cervoral
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J state' and submit the'same to a meeting CHANCE FOROLNEYTO nOLp'RonUEUS NEW YORK: IS.READYTo SULTANS ..isTR1cri "!;,::,
PLORmA BEIEFS.
of the,tieneral Passenger association -- : > ,
,.to be held at Ih* office of*D. .G. \ SwoOp"OOWD', Upon Atlanta. and .. .
s 1', the Exposition. '--
' Akerly; general passenger agent of the a-
J.,, T. & K.. W. railway, Saturdaymorning All doubt is 'now dispelled as to ..
END TILE DIFFERENCES MAKE 'OlrnYixr :
1'1ti: : ,.ITICIS INTEREST! GATHERED at 11 o'clock. A RICH HAULTHOUSAND whether New York, will do the hand- 'IT SEEMS TIIAT TIlE ARMENIA, .4, :...

,.1 1 -At RANDOM. One of' the trips outlined is for the TWEEN AMERICA AND 'ENGLAND,' 'DOLLAK9. some thing at the Atlanta exposition., MASSACRES' ;WILL CONTINUE. .v' 3 ,
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'. delegation' from the went to rendezvous An enthusiastic meeting of the com: !. .,
, at Chicago and Cincinnati and xnittee on plan and scope was held t ;
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i',.[< New from ,all Parts of the State .meet at Chattanooga or ,Montgomery, While England's Attention Is Occupied The Wells Fargo Express Company Tuesday afternoon, at ,which it, was r (.;, arI

i Summarized. and those from the east to rendezvous by the Eastern Troubles. Were the Victims. unanimously decided to send a full The Porte TreaU-Communication' of"the ,., !
at'New York or Washington and meet representation of business men to Atlanta Powers :with Mockery... '.
at Richmond and all reach Jacksonville -- to do the honors of their city on

I rt .; Fire started in the W. B. McKigon a:week before the meeting. From In diplomatic circles at Washington The We1l6.F rgo Express Company Manhattan day, November 25th. \
1. Company's store, .the Provis, Fleming Jacksonville it is proposed to arrangean it is believed that the agitation of the Was fobbed nt tho Santa Fe depot, at .The delegation, which is composed Each day shows the situation of

'!r.r and Band building[ at Kisaiamee, excursion to Sanford, over the J., powers over the eastern question ends Colorado Springs, Col., about '10 'of the cream of New York's citizen- affairs at Constantinople growing: .

j btat an early; .hour last Wednesday morn- T. &:; K.-W. ; to Tampa and'the lower air danger of conflict between the o'clock Monday night. ship, will be headed by Mayor Strong, more threatening.-; The reply of the. fl
f1 'iugf burning the buildings, occupied west coast over the S., F. & W. rail- United States and Great Britain over Twenty thousand dollars was sent who will have the celebrated squadron porte to the communications sent toil '"$

: l>y the- Mackins.on''grocery store, A. I way; to Ocala and the phosphate belt the enforcement of the Monroe-doc from Denver to tho First National "A" as his escort. This' company is after the meeting of the embassa-, &-

EU r Petit' bakery and Dr., Lewis office I over the F. 0. k P. railway; to'Palatka trine.It ,bank of Colorado Springs early in the held highly in esteem by New York dots last Monday! has been awaited J

, ,;' and rtltd n'oe. Ths'lossisestimated. : over the Florida Southern railway; is thought that if the state department afternoon. This money'was in! currency ers and many of them' are men of high with interest, as ifj the note tbe representatives '
.A at $Q000; rullYlD1Ured. up Ocklawaha and back, and then presses the matter at this of small d.-nominations and was received position and wealth. It is a cavalry of the:; powers used much-
../ 444w time to a speedy conclusion I and will take its of stronger language than heretofore.
-- -' to St. Augustine over the East Coast peaceable about four o'clock and too late organization quota ) hand
Tf.:\ 5rFire broke 11 out t in .the general merchandise line in time for the meeting, and after victory will be won by the United to be delivered to the bank. ,The four mounts in palace stock cars. The com- positively .i.c 5ilted' upon being 1

store of,George Anderson, at3f1' the !meeting down the East Coast line States. England has her hands full to o'clock package containing the moneywas pany will also take its mounted band, immediately Informed as towhat' Si
j' Punta Gorda lastWednesday: to Palm Beach and other points in the hold her own with other powers. r If placed i& the depot safe and both numbering sixty pieces.No steps the Turkish government intended Ii'
,.morn4t The excursionists the division of Turkey is imminent,' doors locked. There wan nothing! to effort has been made to make to take for the restoration of orderin
state. supposedto
ir, Heroic efforts made are
ing. were to extinguish -
the and with war threatened on the conti- indicate its valuO. Evidently the :Manhattan day one of revelry and the disturbed f province of'Aai*. i
1t it but to'no avail The wind arrive in Jacksonville over
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'f" = was blowing and the<'Herald building Georgia Southern and Florida, the nent, it is likely that she would go a thieves knew of its existence. When wild popular demonstrations. In fact, Minor. "

:., iras soon in flames. The residence of .Plant System and the F. C. & P. rail- long way to avoid embroilment with; I train No. G came in about 9:13, there all such suggestions have met with The porte, replying to the identical ac' ,
the United States. Her interests in the of notes of- the ambassador of Germany.
u. John Gill was the next tocatch andIi' I' were other packages aboard, with cur prompt discouragement on part
: way.They the east, it is argued are much leaders there have 'been Austria and Italy simply; said that Information '
,:- then the Georgia .hotel.-- ,All the will come to Florida one thou- so rency to the umouuft of $35,000. con- although ,
;" houses were) completely > destroyed. sand strong, and as nearly all are editors greater that she could well afford to signed to the fame bank. There packages warm advocates of such a plan. The regarding! the scheme for ,i
will forego her claims of very doubtful were delivered to the agent and idea seems to prevail that Manhattanday reform in Armenia'would:; be forwarded ;
exert
of
r:It. The losses are as follows: G. A. Anderson papers they a great
..$1B,000, no insurance building influence in the matter of attracting value and validity in Venezuela. It is placed in the safe with the other. After shall be celebrated decorously and to the representatives 'of the powers
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.4i;f' ; $900, $tOO insurance; ;Georgia visitors and securing settlers the custom of all nations who make I| the train had departed, the agent, elegantly as befits the dignity of a "without delal." In other words! Y
: hotel 82OOO1o insurance Gill residence point of the practice of diplomacyand I j George Krout, went to the platform to great city. Nearly all the names en- these three ambassadors, at least,have C
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: ; POWDERLY CANNOT VOTE especially of Great Britain, to seize : straighten the trucks which were tered thus far are men of prominence, obtained no satisfaction at all. It is t '- _

1 i',." ., ,. SISOPJ..insurance. $600. ..- such an opportunity as is now presented I{ standing, there, and when he returned 'both in the business and the social not yet known if tie'notes of 'the.ambassadors rr
1t In the General Assembly of the to the United States to secure8sat-1 I I to the office he was met at the door by world, and it is doubtful if such a of Great Britain,Russia and* 'f

; >/ Judge W, A. Cocker, in chargingthe Knights of Labor.In isfactory settlement of disputes. two masked men with drawn revolvers. large body of men of like characterever France have been replied to; bat it ia.... '_
' grand jury of Putnam, called their the general assembly of the understood that Mr. Olney fully ap .. left New York or any other cityat presumed that they were also assured. '
attention to the necessity of establishing Knights of Labor in session at Wash preciates the situation and is endeavoring They Gotta_2OOOO. one time in the history of the coun- that their requests for information re: .'

+ a county'1>oor hone 11n Putnam, ington the proposition to reduce the to make the most of it. The package containing the $20,000 try. garding the proposed reforms-would

,;; and suggestedto them that it would per capita tax from 2 cents per monthto The question that Spaiu may cede :. was demanded, and the agent was compelled More1 than 1,200 have already engaged be complied with ''without delay. :*
c', be the cheapest way of caring for thepoor 1 cent was defeated, the drift of the Cuba to Great Britain rather than let''1 I to open the safe and give it up. passage. from New York city Surprise is expressed even'; by the...+ o

f.;. of the county. He cited'instances argument going to show the organization it fall under the influence of the I I i The agent eaid nothing about the re- alone sad 500 from Brooklyn. This diplomats of Constantinople, who ex-- '
: 'where counties in Virginia had realized needed the money thus derivedfor United States, which is made in cable !f i i maining packages and the robbers left will require twelve trains of eight pest almost anything from the 'porte,.

i a revenue from such forms. He the institution of new assemblies I dispatches of Saturday morning, it is ,, at once. The standing rewards of coaches each. Ample room is to be at the action of the!sultan in sanctioning
'said that he had 'advised the establishment and the propagation of the general I not thought much of, for the same $3,000 each for information of the arrest allowed and expenses: are not to be the official note'issued!' Monday as I 'r

1i of such farms to provide for the work of the order. It was also thought : reason of England's eastern complications of the robbers holds good and the considered. cabled exclusively in The Associated ... -
'poor in different counties in his judicial that this tax was not so heavy but i if for no other reason. England amount will undoubtedly be increased. Press,expressing abdul; Hamid's thanks .
f' district, and maintained that they that it could be borne easily by the surely doesn't want to add anythingmore Krout says that when he entered the BETTER WAGES IN SIGHT. for the "energetic |measures taken by ,

could be kept up'and the 'poor cared members until the organization was on to her 'troubles. Lord Salis- office, after performing his duties outside the imperial authorities"in "suppress- '
'' r'; for very much more effectually and at a firmer footing. bury's desire to establish a friendly two men, one tall, the other Ten; Thousand Iron Workers Are to ing" the disturbances in Asia Minor ;,

(!I:;' 'much less expense than the counties' The constitution was amended so as alliance with this country, it is surmised short, confronted him with revolvers Get an Advance.At asserting that "order has now been .

f.,1. .upend for their paupers. to take from the past general master was influenced by the situationwhich pointed at his head and commanded the quarterly conference just restored in all jthel:districts recently .
.!1\\, workman the right to vote in the gen- he saw must develop in Turkey. I I him to throw up his hands. Badly ended in Pittsburg, Pa., between representatives -' the scene of riots and' conflicts,", and '

," Delta City. eral assembly, but permitting him to This country will rut no fingers in that frightened he obeyed. He was then ordered of the Amalgamated Association adding that "precautions have been r,, 'The newly-created town on the line retain his seat as an advisory member, pie except to protect American citi- I I to open the safe. of Iron and Steel Workers, taken to insure the maintenance.of or- *

of Orlando and Lake counties, Delta with authority to participate in all de zens, and even if compelled to join With trembling hands he slowly and John Jarrett, secretary of the I der." \

,.t.i.' City, by name,'is steadily growing in bates. Mr. Powderly, ,although now other nations in chastising the Turk, turned the combination. When the Iron and Sheet Steel Manufacturers I 1 Mocking the Powers.. x

population and prominence. Mr. F. under suspension, is the official thus would ask for no part in the partitionof door swung open Krout explainedthat Association, it was discovered that, I This really looks like mocking then 1.

;:'!fl B. Munsbaw, a representative of the deprived of the vote in question. He the empire, but the moral influence there was only one package: according to the provisions of the ambassadors and is !second in importance --

: Delta City Improvement company, has is not present and it was expressly of the friendship of this'one disinter there and reaching in, he picked up sliding wage scale, the selling pricesof : only to the pub administered.1 II r .
t just, returned from. Grand Rapids, stated that no feeling of animosity to ested government, it is thought wouldbe an envelope containing $20,000, whichhe finished material during the past I by the sultan to Great Britain in deoo- .
u Mich., and while,there he contractedto ward Mr. Powderly actuated the as- beneficial to England in any conflict banded to the short man. ninety days justified an advance of 2 rating Bahri Pasha! and giving hiza. ;;.
to get over one' hundred new settler, sembly. The new rule will apply in that may occur over the eastern ITe Ihen closEd the heavy door. per cent in the wages of employes in the command of 1 the troops going to '

I and'negotiations'are now*pending for the same manner to Mr. Sovereignwhen question. The robbers, seeming; satisfied that I this department of iron manufacture.The Zeitoon, after he htjd been removed* .
he retires hence. Itwa.s Altogether it is that eventsare wages of twelve thousand work from at the instance oi' I
I. running a cheap'excursion'from the one year argued the agent told the truth, stepped away a governorship ,
..:, Utter place to Orlando in a few weeks. said that if past master workman had falling out fortunately for Mr. Ol from the safe. Krout'a action in men are advanced. This involves every the British ambassador, Sir Philip.. r

I f The owner of the land upon which tho the proper standing in his own jurisdiction ney, and the luck may give the administration handing the $20,000 package through: sheet iron mill in the country.A Currie, for his ill treatment of ,Ar. ,
.. city is located, is Col. Lemuel H. hid district would send him as a victory which mightnot the doors of the safe saved tho com conference is now being held be- menians. | '
LDavtf accredited and the be attained under different tween the iron puddlers and manufacturers As to order restored in tbs ,1i. t
bft a very, wealthy resident of Orlardo. an delegate present so easily pany $35,00) being:
The city ii'located on theM provision of the constitution was for circumstances. Considerations Put Irout to Bed. of Mahoning valley. The indications districts, it need only be said that tbe- '

Ij'r' northern side of the reclaimed Apopka that reason unnecessary.i similar to those expected to influence The robbers ordered Krout to undress are that the wages of the ten mobilization of about 150,000 tr6opa- .
!i ai .,.gllssJands), the richest farming the action of Great Britain as to Ven- himself and get into bed. After thousand paddlers and finishers will be to be sent to these districts ia progressing

't t and grazing lands in the state. Colonel KNIGHTS OF LABOR ezuela may operate to secure a satisfactory he had done so, one of the rob 1 advanced from $4.25 to $4.50 per as actively: as the Turkish '

;t i'If Davis had all the work done at his settlement of the Waller case bers took paius to see that the quilts Week. government can push such an undertaking r

r Jr. own expense and now he is looking .helr.N.lneteenth. Annual Assem- with France. The dispatches from and comforters were drawn tightlyover MISS WHITNEY A IlItlDK. :hampered as it is by lack' of
after settlers bly la Washington.The Paris that this case is being earnestly Krout's head and tucked down. funds and the inc ''mpetency of ita- f

?i nineteenth annual convention pressed are construed to indicate that When Krout plucked up c nrage to Wedded at New York to Mr. Almerlc officials. t rP

.' A New Industry for Inverness. of the General Assembly Knights of Mr. Olney is availing himself of the jump out of bed and go outside there Pajjet ..
: Senator Albert Williamson is ex Labor began at Washington Tuesday. situation in that matter, also. wai no one in sight. An alarm was: The marriage of Miss; Pauline Payne I 1 TRADE TOPICS.' t .

: .('Tabitinga sample of a peculiar muckt1ibeing The sessions will continue for about given and by 11 o'clock posses wtre Whitney to Mr. Almcric Paget was I. __ .
: dug from the bottom of Tsala ten days, but all business transacted FLAMES IN MERIDIAN scouting the vicinity of tho depotin 6olemniz,-d at New York Tuesday I'Previously Reportejl f Advances In. '

a. Apbpka lake, in Citrus county, by F. at the meetings will be guarded with -- the eastern outskirts of the town, coon. The cmraje: occurred at St.1 I Prices Hirve Been 'Checked., ,'
I C. Fishbnrn, president of the Central the utmost secrecy, not even the Consume Three Entire Blocks of Bus- but no traced of the robbers was I Thomas chnrcb. I Bradstreet's report on business con.
t j| --Peninsular Muck Mining; and Manufacturing Knights of Labor, other than the del- iness Houses. found The bride who is the daughter; of : ditions for tho past week says:

: Company. The specimen egates or alternates being allowed ad The most destructive fire that has FOR REFORM. Wm. C. Whitney, former eecretarjiof "The interruption :of general trade* t'XI
1 ;y''. 'shown was taken from beneath three- mission.A ever visited Meridian, Miss., occurred CIIAINGANG the navy is a great favorite in societyin throughout the country incident tt-i

k i' :foot layer of ordinary muck. Ordinary grand reception and banquet will Sunday night. As a result three GOT. Atkinson-Sends- a Message to New York, Washington, London. the; election has been emphasized by-

i r.tr ,much contains. great deal of sand. be held Saturday evening, on which squares in the business! portion of the the Legislature. And Paric. The groom is tho young unusually mild weatber which check, '

i "' i This 'muck seems to contain none, occasion addresses will be made by city are a mass of smoldering rains, Governor Atkinson sent an important est son of the late General Lord Al- demand 'or clothing; heavy weight' v
i "; but appears -to be pure vegetable prominent knights. and the sash and blind factory, the t the fred Paget, who was personal aid decamp textiles; and other seasonable good
special :; general assembly
'matter gellatioized. ..A*, lump General Master Workman Sovereign pride of Meridian, and by far the most Tuesday message morning. The message to the Quaen and gr.mdbon of Except for iron, steel:and cotton, the- '
"of it; when rased with the expresses himself as being very much important factory in hor manufacturing -' deals with the question of treat- the first Marquis of Angelsea. larger portion of advances in prices of
l 1' thumb, swells hack' to its original encouraged by the present state of the : equipment, is no more. Besidesthe met of misdemeanor convicts in the Among: the guests were President commodities reported since Marclfc ,
t ".rt 'shape., order. He thinks the of the Cleveland, Secretary Daniel Lannmt, last has largely disappeared., Anticipations
r AknifebUde, :>haves;it with- progress large plant of this concern, situ- counties of the state and is based
i ,f"out..triklDg' aain"of grjt. The .Knights of Labor is more marked at ated on the corner of Fifth street and the of made upon Secretary of the Navy Herbert, Governor of a continuance of advance in '
t 'I.present than before and report an inspection by and Mrs. :Morton Sir Julian rod demand this the outgrowth
lf shavings resemmeJpartlcles of:glue or ever that the Twenty-eighth avenue, and the Ship- Hon. B. F. formerly assistant prices year, F
j : India rubber,,' ,:The thinnest shaving increase of membership in the face of pers' Compress warehouse, with over keeper of the Wright, The message Pnnncefote, and member. of ,the Brit- of the activity of two and three-
lii' ;ris black an /:0.Je.qud,_even between an.iridescent'lightand hard times is exceedingly gratifying.One 3,000 bales of cotton contained is as follows penitentiary. ish Embassy and Dr. Chauncey M. months ago, have met with,disappoint.- "
:
J, 1 the *ye. An of the important subjects to be therein, was almost, if not totally, destroyed EXECUTIVE OFFICE Nov. 12, 18)5!) : Depow. ment. But there is little reason forth ,
,
;,1. 'analysis: is said to nave shown that it discussed at the convention will be the by the fire, and a number of GENTLEMEN OF! THE GENEBAL ASSEMBLY: TUB O'BRIEN SUIT DISMISSED. e reaction in settlement by many* !r
: contain* an unusually large proportion attitude of the members of the order bales of cotton in the farmers' ware- In communication to in -- who discuss business conditions. Tbe-
,.t, 'ammonia. The toward political parties during the my you Sum sentiment of traders 'generally is that {' r
bed from which it house are badly damaged.It 1894 I recommended that provision be lIe Embezzled the Prlncaly M
< ,came is practically inexhaustible next national campaign. While the the outlook promises an active sprint
j) ly be- ia impossible to tell as yet the made for state supervision of misde- of $76,000.
r .1.1 1g three fee 'hiclr, and covering a populists have embodied many of the total loss, but it is believed that the meanor convicts. After the adjourn. The litigation growing out of the trade and with the holiday season.will a

,st hfge portion tof Tsafa'Apopka The principles of the Knights in their plat- loss on the sash and blind factory will ment of the general assembly reports defalcation of :M. J. O'Brien in the prove satisfactory. :

;.company is now building a plant at form, the latter think that, in view of reach $150,000, with about $35,000, reached me touching the managementof sum of $76,000 had an end at Chatta- "Bank clearings throughout tbe I ..:.t
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..Mverhess, the roof of which will cover their voting strength, the recognition or more, of insurance. This concern these convicts which indicate sucha nooga Tuesday in the dismissal of the United States for the week aggregated .

)vo: and a half' acres. It will operate should go further. A large number of gave employment to nearly 200 men. state of affairs,that I felt it my dutyas suit of the Now York Fidelity and $1,221,000,000; a gain of 3.5 per cent- ,1

l1i-t.hhe scoop, dred ell.! The muck will delegates are on hand i The less on cotton, building and the chief executive of the state, Casuality Company against M. J. over the preeeeding week. The fall ,, {;.".

t ,.be mixed with soft phosphate and put compress machinery will reach over charged with the obligation to see to O'Brien et al. 'ing off during the week in comparison t '
j Upon the market as a special brand of with of it O'Brien the treasurerof with the like total in 1892," when tbe-
THE STRIFE IS OVER. $150,000 a goodly portion .the proper enforcement of the law, to was supreme
.
: "Jf fertilizer. '" .. -- oovered by insurance. It is openly investigate and place before "facts the Catholic Knights of America, volume of business was very heavy, is .
M i1;. _,, New Orleans you less than 5 cent. It.is to such ex- I *
: Screwmen Will Work charged that the starting of the fire in showing the true state affairs, as the but disappeared after the embezzle- per
t' : FORTIIENATION' \ EDITORS. for the Stevedores. the Shippers' warehouse was the workof subject might be intelligently considered ment, living in New York ia the guiseof hibits as this, together with greatlyincreased -
f z
.. The labor troubles affecting the ship an incendiary and the affair will and wisely acted by a broker. Tho plaintiffs were the railway earnings, the heavvsstiron -
; I M F angemenU for the National Edt; upon you. and steel on record.. -
production
& r tonal traffic of New Orleans may be considered be thoroughly investigated. To perform this important work, I foreign bondsmen of tho defaulter,
4'A" Association Meeting. as finally ended. After about ayear's engaged the Hon. R. F. Wright, who they paying tho order$15,000. Judgment widespread advances cf wages anil '
! J.P meeting the transportation committee turmoil the screwmen's associa- had faithfully and efficiently performed was partly secured by a second prices for cotton and j cotton goods- ,.
1; { of the Florida State Press promising prosperity diTring tho coming -
; association Hon have decided to allow members of MUCH IRON CONSUMED. the duties of assistant keeper of the lien on properly given in trust by
.f : l and the general passenger the association to work for the steve penitentiary during the term of my O'Brien, but on which local bondsmen season that those should look who
agenU of the railroad lines centering dores.It the Production Is Not Equal to What immediate predecessor, to visit each hud a prior lien. The present suit have felt only disappointment in thf .

J. fria.Florida, was held at Jacksonville a will be remembered that soon after the Trade Demands. camp in the state where misdemeanor was to obtain for the plaintiff a proportionate falling away of demand':since aepten> t

,,.{?teudays ago to arrange the itinerary the riots on the levee last spring The Iron Trade Review of the past convicts were worked, and make a share of the proceeds of the ber. ,
lor -
the of "The feature of the business weel
a I j trip .the National Editorial which resulted in a split between the week says: When it is considered that I thorough investigation and report to property uale.
Msooiation eastern cities\ is improved
thi state. larger an
: through among
crewmen and the stevedores the screw- the furnaces of the country are producing
Jf Those present at the meeting were men organized an association of their at the yearly rate of nearly 11-, I me.This task he has partially completed, GOLD DISAPPEARING.Now demand for textiles with increased
Pi Ji; in iron at'Pitt bur :
Appleyard of the Sanford Chroni- strength
*' .t wn for the purpose of loading and 500,000 tons of pig iron, and that at and I herewith send his report +
,e1e;: John Frank, of the Southern you Down to the Lowest Notch Since after the recent reaction; At cities ia
and at the time of the month the con
unloading ships, same the beginning upon the camps visited. It reveals '
?To11filt, Jacksonville T. Stockton Last March. the central western states a moderate-
; prohibited any of its members from sumption was in excess of this rate: such inhuman and barbarous conduct
,:af- the Jacksonville .Times-Union, as receiving employment from the steve- the inherent strength of the situation .upon the part of some of those en- The actual gold reserve Saturday afternoon volume of business is reported without;

I>proxy' for C. ,B. Pendle(<)n, .of Key dores. The screwmen's: company have becomes apparent in spite of the evidence gaged in working this class of con- was less than $89,500,000.The material change, complaints being'
',Wet, president of the State Press asttociation in the official figures given out at 2 most numerous from 'Cincinnati. A
t been unable to give work to all screw- of weakness that appears victs that comment by me is unnecessary '
: : anafT. J1;: Appleyard asJ.Prolof o'clock the at $91,823,039 fair business is reported[from Chicago- '
weeks. -
men and in consequence a large num- limited business of the past few to induce to act promptly put reserve *$
; n:. J. Drane; D. G. Ackcrly, district you but from this must be taken one and a in shoes and rubbers, i'.ting to the
ber of them were forced to remain idleor Returns from the producing save our, state from longer submitting .
;l''general passenger agent M the J.; T. the Bessemer quarter million withdrawn Friday and weather conditions. St.;Louis reports ,.
seek employment in other lines of the bulk of country's to this burning shame.
'A'K.'w. railway; jA.". O. MacDonell, million hundred and thirty- a larger volume of trade,, while at .. :-j!
industry. The sorewmeu are skilled iron shows increasing production, no 1 There is but one remedy for the deplorable one one :
,: "i' enew* passenger agent of the F. C.' laborers and the decision they have at stock on hand and continued weaknessin conditions now existing, and four thousand dollars taken out Satur- Kansas City the opposite i8 true, owing: fl t'''t, .
t P. railroad, and Joseph Richardson, ]last made gives general satisfaction. price, though consumption is at the that is through state supervision by day, which had not been deducted to the consequence of .Volonged dry-
|l general; passenger agent of the Florida the bookkeepers. This ia weather last month. Similar advices are- : ..i.!
attained. by treasury
All will now be able to go to work at highest rate yet which uniform treatment can be required -
ir,Rest coat line; G. Ar McDoald,gen- their trade and at the same time ends under one set of rules enforcedby the lowest notch reached by the treas- received from Omaha. /it Milwaukee.. A

passenger agent of the G. a &:; F., a condition of affairs which was harm- our penitentiary department. I ury since last March. Minneapolis and St.Panl general trade '"'r::
'a'' .,ether with W. H. Lucas, Floridager ful to labor and shipping interests. Still Figuring; on a Fight. ask that give this valuable report, is quiet, in part owingto tits mild .11
agent,and D. G. Hall travel- Fitzsimmons and Julian arrived at you Receiver of the N. &W. Road.A weather. Grain continues to move .
which I submit to careful
klc-p&i of San Antonio Texas last Ju- now yoU, Cincinnati special ; Judge freely to Duluth and lake traffic continues ,<,
nger 'agent the Georgia Friday. consideration, and to the subject upon says
Belgian Cashier Absconds. lian said he Fink receiver active. At the south unreason- .
Henry
era and Florida railway. received a telegram from which it bears that attention which Taft has appointed
) kr some discussion upon the adilih The cashier of the Societe Generale Dan Stuart saying he had made satis- its ,demands. The of the Norfolk and Western ably warm weather is complained of 0 ':..'

., o of arranging a*tour of the bank at Brussels, Belgium, has absconded factory arrangements for a battle- importance made to each special railroad on petition of the Mercantile and in some instances there are report -- :

tote. before or after the meeting the leaving a deficit in his accounts ground between Corbett and Fitzsim- report visited, gives in me detail upon the results camp of I Trust Company, of New York,holding of decreased demand for staples, but,.. '

"ociationon motion of. G. D.Akerly, of 2,500,000 francs. When it mons. Julian said Fitzsimmons had Mr. Wright's investigation and is sub- $16,000,000 of mortgage bonds. Fink on the whole the prospect"favors .B y ';
?W decided that the members of the was discovered that he was missing a signed a new agreement to fight Cor- ject to inspection by such committeeas had already been appointed receiverfor active spring trade. Mercantile collections .
ttee issued for his It bett at El Paso Trust Company of are improved In a numbet.t .
other than the general warrant was arrest. for a pursa of $20,000 have in the Fidelity ,
4 l eeenger agents of the railroads, meet is supposed that his defaloation was hung up by Stuart, and a side',bet of I this may subject.W. charge legislation upon Philadelphia, holding other mortgage ,of instances"longstanding accounts ar<,- .' .

.,d arrange an itinerary through the caused by speculation in gold mines. 810,000. Y. ATKEISON, Governor. bonds. hing paid. r

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:ii t: )- COilNH TELEG'R PH ;; ,lppKinfeltjred"* ': i: ? : "!' of. the ( tlaoii' 'who has been I Ib'y .IWh 1' r PHOFSJO.tLETI'_ _.
pBI ; i 'Jinsoemlv I I. suggested 11 ? : t .r.rJ.ru. _...._ '- .... -- .. ... .I... .. 1 :'

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:r-! *'gubllished Every Friday at ress** .:' between t ''! _Wilkinson i Call on pnq for !tjie linked) $tat H'H Keiiit<', will ; Five years ago fewpersons in America 'piitsiciAN ANt) SUISEl ;Z
i f ; tf take kinitly to the. : I lie i '
iti' T BRADFORD COUNT.. .. P-A.. I haidamVA. few on 'the proposition I had beardofiLafllOfls Tonic ;
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; > -. ] politicians! now !hods!!] jfie 'Ijigheift\ ofice|t:; wiihinl J 'Uyer Pills and'Ramon's. I I f pfficw '%t1tb"SurerSTARKE Pz Co\, '

4.: :f.:. ?.-MAfTHEWS and ,8. FARMER: other- tf "over- r tJtt* 'f -J.iB _the' pen.ate* !hr J, !! \: l 01(: ""l .peiI+\ cj4y.g : ; !" Tonic .Pellets.' To-day they ,._-_, __, -. -- .*,,-= yj.k,__J.r .

"p "publishers and Proprietors.. now qccnpied: by, .l\J!!. Call, and!! II.;!P \h.) ,, }m1' 'r.r vhic1 l% '.11I [ 1'are used in thousands of households j I -- t '1'I''JlL. JL..".._. j.. .- -.-

.t! i -_f-_ '- there lf i 'a. strong.. senlinn'nt.. among m 'Ii'i'! ) rClhlstf!' fiIsaiiti q i 'Whathasworked this change? '. -.L "P'
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1: '' -, "t uIscRqFt1oN- the; rank aptd file.I Pi''S_ ii VWfavor \f In whielr! t Jo 1 g.'ige| : in "thu"lurrnoij l : ofactive "Four"different things. ,I.I 14AIf4! p mCJI Ai... J. L. GAXL.PF9Iaeses "p'tt.. .

t.. 4)ftr....;.....;.......-; ...$I.i. ) I ** 1 polices! $! : would. jnr liarshlv on \l; This is nOt'simply a liver pill R (f )1"0111.. a,, Mtlllrr" fr.-i&J11.
+(1. II J .ha....!......... ..,:.,:."", .r09. "of rawiijg 'hf.'fql| jeil; posi i: a, nature: attuned. *to* lee* utetionlaui*.* > I but an entire treatment. Its I ;ilty, Y. r ) .It'II yi'tRK1 .

( J kieeotjths. u .........." ..;...:..... .*** tion? above tbe*% incessant* tf* clamor.- .- !iipl'eN! than. the'incessant din of I tae I j a complete substitute" for a physician ; y 1S !! -:' r tL\4I '
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: ,': and strife of factipnalisni. It \ tipj:11! l I' rH .' fli; .-.jPeHsacola: KOWK.: in liver, troubles. J L... -F1UZEE.?.. rrny h .: 5

h i *Entered" In the Postoffice at Strke,1a' ., M" Sec se1C.t\\\ r.nt that to reach I! tjiis most It i is top[ v rl}' yet to )predict willilIlJ 2.. It costs ,only 350, when tht -,'. "r

::3 end-class' Jiatter.Rtorke. .. termination and dfgrof] of ceitaintyvui| \vifl p I ame medicines if'purchased separately A AND. I O EIJ.tik. .J\
happy p.um\ ; .
'f J t the\ iitt. Uniii'iJ States senator from would cost 50 to 75C.* LAG''
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.i Fla. Jfov. 23. 805.J unpleasant strife the party must Flondn. 'Tlieiv works and S STARKK; 7'5 :: ;.L\
., ,. ', '. are. a number; of 3. The remedy gently S, C.-.
l': I I turn: from Mr. Call and. his assailants denucrnls in the state who are I not violently:? It does not arouse a I Ro9.S J, J0a c"3 ',B k.

". whose capable of representing the feeling of weakness but makes yon '"- .-FIEL T'.a:-. r :., -1. ...
J people
; ;% 'SEVERAL yearn ago |1pb IngerqH to.. a. man very nature. i ,.4 __ r :. .
t in the l house don eel steadily better from the first day. =j.; ''n'' .''
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gres.hese
.: : that lie ld believe in heljvrljen suggests higher! and nobler things upper f. .4B
gatd \ro\ jy T men have many friends who 1i 4. It is absolutely harmless. Sick oweIr. TASTELESS : .4A BRICK JASON P 1' 1 .

: '\ Kentucky \\vent. republican.! ). than' a participation in fh.e inp ssanj. : will, doubtless l later on take occasion it can .not. be a bad thing to : jotnt,for C'Awp' Bees'!. Brck.' J. u.' A Cuss..

.,". .Jt ,\* probably comforting .to the !. din of factional 1 partisanism. to rjrge tb'p claim of their far take, as it purifies the blood and S"lRKE. :' .- .-, .- *:' '.'1Ji.\,

',1 democrats, of fCentucky, to know It will! not be surprising\ therefore, vontes. Any democrat who haaq tones up the whole system., CM 1"lLTONIC ", ,: "

': ) that some good has cone. out ortheir if the sentiment. favor of the ambition\ to reach the stnatcshould Why not try It'will U for those them.occasionalheadaches W J.. G I.t
fair 1 ? stop :
be given a perfectly ,
lato of the senatorial turmoil l
passing
defeat. At all dealers or.}tor 2:50.,boxes$t.OO. A
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showing. lie should! he judged as vc'I9k't&'oR'r': :
I: which halt in the heart 00., New York.u .
foundation MFCK
a DROWN -
; early as possible for what he is tro a
IN. a recent. issue. -Metropolis < "; t1, {
of democrhtCwho is desirous _
; every worth or in other words his fitnessor' For Sale by J GASKINS 'rl .. .+ .
takes occasion, tp lecture Florida Starke. : l' : J.414.J !
the ;
of party unity, ent..llizF.upon f position. We 0 presnjne I : .:1 :, .
editors wlio
.; make .Hl-nAtured, Judge Liddon, who, as the TELEGRAPH there is not a democrat in the state Don't ;Tobacco, Spit. !3 JUST A3 GOOD FOR ADULTS. "' i tI ?AE.E.. :

: flings"i ai oraries. 'heIjr:1c'tlce who :'ifie cOIllP'etency of ( r .. .. IspI .. .
ontenn has before remarked, enjoys questions Or smokp your, life away is the truthful, i JARRAr. TED.. PSSBCEEOptS.O >- -_ '

) a reprehensible one, Iwt the' distinction of .ho Judge Liddon. It is apparent, however sJartlin? title ofa Imok about NIITol.he.1the .!.. .13,1333.FarI3 [ FIRE. ,:i"
being { ofjly Medlclao Co., St.Louia MOo '
that
r for the reprimand! to, be delivered by the News hopes he will liuiniless! gi4n ra 11 teed Tobacco habit (;crt1emou-Wo wId lea. year. CCO botUoa of 14FF:., 4? I
.. in I life in Florida who ,.
man public not be a candidate. Ii' is hot n GI OVE'S TASTELESS: CIluJ. vOUIO and hare 5- ,
a paper that lias! persistently hounded cure that braces. tip nicutinizcd nerves uiiiirbt threo press ulrondIlu3 yr.ir. In oil rticr CT- C \' IE .
I las a united! party at his back. difficult matter. to see why the i'\: nci of 14 years. JQ th3 diiirf bu.iincs.T.*li.irorcrer Hi4IM.
and is persistently hounding the eliminates the nicotiuc. rnis'ou. makes, sold an orttclo tiui: fr.v/c: sucn uoiTcnslsutialuctlon Only Ihe 3uit' flfla1Ie' ( ,
News Tho .p.a1.
\V e do not, believe with the News opposes .fudge Liddon. weak men gain strength. vigor and mntihood. I aa your To:o. )icur. truly : >'i' : :l- ..Bepr""ai. < ,. '"2
;::..CABH&CO.For
of its nearest neighbor as \ ,
assigned the
steps reason by Newhy : -
t that fudge Liddpn'M i iife'-s. ambition You run no physical (Ir financial :'; "j' -
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1 Uic has done and i idtoing Judge: Liddon should' not he a candidate ; : I Qalebyall DrrugtfiKtx.W 'J. OAIIS&'CO.' stark '
Metropolis is fqlly realised in the Enjoymentof risk as No-To-Hnc is void !y J. L. Gaskins __ j": i_ *jt- .____..aA. -1 { : I.I8..
i is i \ is, as'a maIler of fact, a ; .
sublimely icqrstent. cu'fI
: tjio honors of the sacred trust in his favor. If under uarnlill'e to or moneyrcfund ,
argument
strong
: (>(. Ko Ti Tug., TELEGRAPH learns. that. a lhvat has already been committed the Judge should succeed, to.t. ] e CII.. Nw: 'York nr Chiiagu.Fursiile You *. : :

number. 'of.our farmers" will experi t o. his keeping. ] ike.an. ) other. senate it t not probable, from his, i-j J. L. Oa, skins.! I A4' Can Gei ,< past'record that1 he would I Ferry's Seeds at your dealers t v '
'engage iu1
I mentwith, tobacco.. during. the I' coming man'who \has placed) the best qualities In the. turmoil, of active political I Iwbi Acts at ClIIC iH'Vur fails.; One >1an'lh.1 P,1 you as fresh got them and direct ferule from as though!'erry'ar i. Locating II'' -i 'i.aiVtth.DralD.ign tt 4 .

0 \Ye are glad to note the of his head and heart inI the Cuugh CurtA renu-dy f' rthut : ILl Seed Farms. "
year.. .would jr harshly on a nature r f j : nod JrrIi ll.ft: .t.... psnnedaudmcaptv
growth of the plan 'or diversifyingcrops execution of his duty to his people Attuned to' ]less discordant note's feyerifh COlifi!ti,') which: III'c'Hnp\- i L Garde int. ''IJF1Illb) ,' p. CcxM. is
Rtrunienu. Accurate
wot r
and his than the incessant din' of ; nies a scveie cold.! lime only harmless; 1rtR'ts' SEE 5-, ....- lIh ,
and l, p.t.qa}. our farmers state he would undoubtedly facti.pnalpartisanism. : LAC.E"f.
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that iinqie.li rt-tults.
Judge Liddon has ri'iiifdy produces ull"'I.!
:will I make the experiment with to- b e. rejoiced by an acknowledgment! known ,
are and
planted .
not been in i. manner mixed upS't : Drue Co.OFFICE. every- '.' ..-. -. ,.
of his any [I -__ wter, and 91'0 always U.e 1 .anOCIIt'tE .
bacco with the utmost care. The services through t.h.bestowal. t :0. be.t. Seed *
I''erry'u AniiCAl fJ.it ,..
with hat
: qinylhing ( would demand .4. ___4._\__ ___.
!\.c. & E. l o f still higher honors. (F. J. S. KO.SASIOXD. I f3r 1J tolls al abOU". ,C'j'rJ :'- ---- ,
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railway \ of him
alwaysyakc '
n"" an :active participation inany'squabbltngs DnuAM'i Miss.MESSF.S. them.- FI'C'e. I ID. l.RDi'.bDlai .: 4 ):.t.". 5 :' -
[ interests of the ajongit M. !1. tdlt 7 I.
the people \ or wrangling inside
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o. NEGRQ 1I1'1'U1I3nos. SaVl h. Ga.GiTL1FWlIlkm ;
;J RUCA TIO the democratic 'We do ; nn Detrol i.lIih.t Meets Thursday night btrtdre ihe third sum..Z*}
line, is offering to send, seed to party. : in Snu Antcnin, 'I t each'nint.h.' ,)WT.It.1211VR8, '''!.-.
not know what Lid don's : : ;. '1 -..
: Judge tw.N.hfrcu.e9
'them. Address Q P.t. A. Q. MeIlonald 8.t\te Superintendent x"1 Sheets i is > Tex., last spiing I sny your iidyertisi- -
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( Jacksonville, Fla.? for a I credited with the following.. -. statement atorsbip w isbestnay, but. be we regarding" fefl 1 convinced the"sen- ment of p' P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke i LEGAL.NOTICES.. -, "JIT AY" LODGE, sc:.>::1-o. -F. p.;..o.. r.1'

package of seed.A ; ; bat if IIP has an amb'iUon to reach Root and Potassium) in the finer: fill the _.w.' _-J', _'. Regular. Meeting rery Tumdar litchi Iu thi.

: !' _. now serve public! notice upon_ the 1 senate he "'ill'not he' caught: cure of rlieiimiitisi::"nnd thought I would otice. halL. Transient. bfpthen.Jn eoiwallr E.-. JOHNS.,.lt.J N.> G.r.s-

1* Tlie Mariamia! \ -Ioun, il proposes unwise friends, and tb.n. napping' by the. NC\\8. He IH too try '\ otllf; finding such prt'iit n'iier'1 ,.- W. N. fIUCU. V:.Sec. 'j pTARKELOZ .. > .- '.

'i JLo. become. the. .historian,. ... of. the fail.nre as well, that I pledge] myself old a bird to bc. caught will claff: dru/.tilit t truni II t, on h\I Ir my. John return McCk-lbm inMii-, 1, to hud ordti'; In Circuit. Court Fourth Judicial Circuit of Flori -. '4I NO. 84, 1C.OFT.Meets -. .

; of the railroad commission a movement.' \\n ,bit! state. The taffy of thb'News' might work me >i "uppIJ.It| r liikiuu I lliiiik" i ten ,i ida. Bradford County. L I-

jn the last legislature.Ve c I a d8ig\i\ of $o. Amending the i in Home"1 cases,"but with a man like buttle I *. 1 Imvt! nut hit a p-iin i or nolu | U. J. IIUSSAND1 inV. Qd.1 Feflows'every Jhursdmy.1Iall. it'.J fjreoinff T..Wh.L8 at TKM,.CtC'et.a I .

\ constitution. a.*. to.. relieve. the judge Liddoi) 'itvill cut. but A si flj"t'; previous! to I ihul I 1 suffered for 2"3'fiirs. H i L. B. V I E S. M.".&.. IL R. f '_- ". C'. '
it. the trouble.] frien t. ll..l'nll'IIII! I !eii-t l/eiu-ttt I IiIill .
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paye Its ; gl'llhtJ ------' -
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small liOYDOTICE : -- --------
from all.! :connection with fie tire. :
9 .. tried P P. P.. and! TO APPEAn.
filled I therefore takclumtsiire CHURCH :
; it.-Pen.sac.ola f f WB.J I -()v'IIon' and'p cease ail tip I)1BE toJ1
in .
i ri-uoinmcZKJinjr: it 10 nil.Yoins THE STATE OF FLORIDATo t. '. : '. .
'phipley] and Dougherty and Thompson tlUf to tKeij 'schooli. pi The. !healing properijts; of DcWitt's truly.:' J. t 0.:; KOSAMOXD. L. B. Boy4-Greeting: : MrnoouT

and Palmer, of Ilillsboro, au I y' '1ra .e, 'nlyas's, P.u.'Y Wnch. Hazel Salve are well known.. itui'8 ___'__ 1I'a:1IJ 1 -. __ IT liav nr .been shown by aJHJavit thai the dftndfini. Services every Sunday II at 11 O. *k. a. Md
L. B. Boyd is.a nOli'resident of the
tarpayers. c eczema, kin affections. and i is simply "For Charity Saffsreih Lcnf." .. 7:30 in. Sunday cboc' .!aft b'cl
\I. their following irj!t \\e senate reall! State of fl ridn. and that the residence of said ; p at "
| Mr. Cheats really conteniplatcs a perfect remedy for piles. Stnrke. rtefenilnnt is unknown aud that said defends. Prayer DieetiDf- WediiUy..".bIP'.1S
.: were the tends of the, bilL Tb) is over tlic age uT twcfcty-one years; o'clock. The racrtment
thV
such action he Drug ( It is thfrff"Tv ordered ront-idered and ad- .. of ftfpf) i
; as well '
.II i : filled it, ttit wed nseyer ], may pre- -,- :dged tbat tin- sail defendant 1. B. Uoyd, do; frill be adxainiaU rrd'oa'tb.flnit'Kpndaf: 'of iaeh
bis nerves for the shock that "Not'ar tj th roniplaii.ant'3 bill of ecniolaintherciu ; month at tbb, close Of.*the morefmr ,.erVkP'
.
j hat thy deed was cjoqe in a fit pi r i % "i: Knights. of the Maccabees. on or bei'ui <4 '' "* .
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', attends defeat. >'. : l t tn.1L U. putland.'paittr.. *' v
'I : the ml Just The State Commander Tins CTIl DAV OF JANUARY, A. D -96. I. .' -
friendship. |it e gentlemen
1. afflicted with so pronounced: a h : l a nipyement: was lead by one L Lincoln Neh." as" foljows: "After trying in enti-ml default epTidnst Avhertof the a said decree I. li.t>>JoyIt o confesso\!. will be every Su'r.dy: at 10 JO .'lork a. ii'.

: of chastening whom and what the ; representatives of, Mr. Sheat's. other medicines, for 'wlmt seemed hI l hd.j is further ordered that thN notice be published and 7 p.'in. Swriday school. at I a-IIt.*ChriMfaik ,
.: obstinate cough oar' In tbe Untrlforil Cv-unty Telegraph a .E ndenTo IheciUng at"J ;'eJ ck p. M Prajw*
in the a in .
e cpiinty
chil
l eth. legtslatiye. ses yery two newspaper pIlL;i.Miird; "at SUirte. in Bradford '
we Khali decline to "cultivate" m eemingWcdiiesdsy >T(>bl ft at 7j90 o'clock/
f dren we tried Dr. King's New coiuitr, Florida, cnce each week for eight contecuiive .
? 103. The design) o( the Discovery :R er.sc.an1apsator": | Vl ;- '
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them. *'ct.s. 4- 10-
.. l lator. from Alachy' and at the end of two days: the cough entirely In witijess whereof'I hare hereunto set rayenit f
failed .
nt- KPHCOfAI.
and nfilxed of I
lt left them vVe'will tefa our Circuit Court "
THE Live Oak Banner of accpinplishraent and w-lll not be without on this the .tU d. y of ((ctiiber, A. 1> 1 9">. Servce0ti.tbe! .econJmnd'fouvtb Sahtatbft. r .
eels up e"I SQ. i it hereafter abur ,
experience groves that; : Jf1I) ( [IL. 85. W. T. WEEK- tferk. ach month at ff:4So'cIock p m. rfiibaih icW
: hgh| standard of excellence" Sbeats fail. it where"nil oilier remedies II/f//J. & th/Wf7ff I ByJ.J.KUTCH.l'.C.RHODES at 2 o'cicick p/'xit ererS .. ;.
eyres fiIL"igniki 'i/SVZ// I 1 & WILLS, Com l'ts S lo.t's. 1118 8bb th."m. r. .Jl'r' i'
;he successfuL candidate for gubernatorial : poi ip'in\ ,' I\'ed k in sk a S F. W.'rjlevens! Stale Com.-Why ____. _. .__ u___ Holmaa tIp, teet ;-'..* '" l'" < > ."

I 1 honors next year I :t !' has. l long been settled i in I iiot'iciye. this great., mellicine. a t trial, as :t .. Sherifrs) : Sale. IUTII. .1

4: -reach, and says, "Flnri a has or! ipinds of, the people of Florida''L !. is the guiiranteed OJu Store itnd of trial Stark 1)QtiJesre Drug Co.fieesit. and i %':. .. .-.- UNDlD,1 by Tiriue'o a yrit of fl ts i'1cut'd I ,each Tfices fttpath on af tb ib'-JO first o'cW aad a.third-d:"nd IHuJayt Tf"mr5urday er -ii

$nqp'a man and at the proper \im long ago recognized the. fact .J.oh.d'A. King of Lake' Butler:[' Ilegulartize:5"c. CircuiD.StateofFiortiiainand" .Srcuit! 'CourtFuuith Judicial I chool at 9:15.. at. Prayer ni etlijfWednesday ;t
for the of To'elupcI.
t Jhj: ,, Banner will take, pleasure i ii the. eJevtionf" the... ne ro'to. .1 ...... nnd $1.'CO.. '. C whereiq B rn ford.W.In T.a Weeks certain was cause plaintiffand therein cosnfy ix-cding T Kos-,: C orr. paltor evening' at.1'{ ., "aa'P..:.; ., ,.A.

paming him. *! *Qqr man ha .r plane of citizenship is ---- Mrs. Laura C. Pboenlz. HUwantce,V/b. tick was defendant,a levy Sax been made upon b" ;'
f\t why dnn'j voiil DeWitt's LitlleEar the following Otscnbed propert y : .;
'in times, past enthused the cjemocratio )' a matter of good, policy, \ "Matron cf a Benevolent Home: ant. -wit: The youth half of th northwest 1
).Y) Risers ?, Tiese httfe plll!\. cure and knowing the good Dr. l.U1 s' Nervlae quarter in section four. township sev"n, st>uth .

party' from ope end oft they accept the expenditure, of headache.. .. mdgesliou. und constipuljon. has done me.my wish to help others overcomes : of of range lorida.twenty east tn Brcdfohl county State HvtA
coi.taiulng eighty less
.f.' acres more or :
state the' other and can dp mopey required for the educa They're,. small! but "tin,. the work.., tJtarke. Toy dislike for the publicity this and I will sell the suiuo'ut public outcry in;
". of the blacks letter give me. In Nov. and Dec.,1893,' front ol the court house door in the town of ,. i
DrugCo.
p 9 ajjain. If'ye 'wpre guessing vi one of the leg ... The tjimtitea had tfto VEaGrippef'- Stnrke durii'g the legal bourn qt sale on '>>

', flhpal Bay, that the Banner ref i expenses.. of. our, state. eov- --- and I was ono o" tljo first. Resuming duty MONDAY, THE :2D DAY OF DECEMBER;. "
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> P' C niebrlaln '
: c Ilye and SIn. O ut .
? to the Hon. W. D. Bloxhan, Em '."'' mout.. ..4 ** .! .i too soon with'the care of Bo'tnany sick I' to the highest bidder for cash JACKSONVILLE' Jl
did not regain health and In E. JOH .
my & month j. E
4 Ihe Banner, forgets that a coat m 8rs. O. F.-Moore--& Co.. Newberg A. ccrtnin" cure for Chronic, Sore' Eyes became so debilitated and nervous; -11-1 I Sheriff Bradord--County.' '- _,... 11 athe y ? ....-. -.Aa !J!

.. porary in farVest Florida I I avrf/M\Ve sell more of pbiimher- Tetter. Si.lt Rheum. Scald! Head. Old I my frotn vitality sleeplessness,that It and was a the question drafts If made I couldgo on Notice to Debtors and Creditors .' t

; :" aid that Mr. Bpxham| has allow i Cough. Remedy thno all itbers' put I Chrome:': Sores, Fever. Sores. Eczema. Itch on. A dear friend advised mo to try

his jjpporlunity for advancement ti r; : ? r. and it always gives gatisfuc- Prairie. Scratches Sore Nipples and I Dr. Miles' Sestortttiva Servine NOTICE hereby given that all persons In-

:; .//klip' through l his fingers. And tll I 3t.. J. F. Allen, Fox, Ore.. says:; P iles. It is cool lug and soothing hunredsof In I:took better 2 bottles health and than am happy to say, I am U censeiK.. late to ot the Bradford estate o coil V/ilHam!tj'. Honidm Walt? JI. T.-'Ia W.
; Cramberluin'a Cough Beroedy d cases have l been cured by it after ever. I still continue will pay tbe same to the uudei signed; without de

; >Ve 8t Florida paper claims 1 tp hi the best I live bandlcd.;'' Mr. W. all. other. treatment had failed. 25 'cents: Xta occasional nae, as a nerve foode,y tate, uud must.11 persons having claims azainKt said "\ ,t h. ,'...,. 1 J.The'
I aa fry' work Is very trying; A letter addressed presi-ni them duly authenticated;
an i infallible political prpgnoticator. It. Uilch'k. Wasli. per bOj. For sale by th'e, Stark Drug to Within two year?, or this uotice will be plead ia ..
Colunjljus, says: Milwaukee Wis., will reach mo."I bur 01 their recovery. .
.
-.1. ( 'Cbnmlt rlaiii'B Cough Remedy" ell well I Company.. June 5, 1891. Hits. LAURA C. PHOENIX. WILLIAM Wa L1ft. Jh., Administrator S
: --- Dr. Miles' Nervine- sold No. 1 state 't >.-.' York. N. Y. Jacksonville' ,
r" and is on a positive
praised'by'
highly who it. Oct 2?:. Rt
1893
: use Care of P. Q. UlUnan. """ t
that
guarantee the first bottle will DenefiU ,
* LID DON.IT For sale Mrs. W... fl. Ml.k.'Jao resides. at Tampa aJd.
, JpPGE by Starkc Drug Co. AUdrtiegistsBellltat51,6 bottles for 85 or "
".. --- Cainptonville.! Cnl.. 8a.ys, her dHtighter: St will beD sent,prejiald, on receipt of price Notice tojiebto's and Creditors 4.. .
.
the
br .wuCS \VUlt
l is dpnbtjul that Mr. Justico' WITH FLORIDA EDTMS S was for several years trouhle'd!. at times Medical C-Q.i.Elkhart' lnIL F Key. ,

, t .J..lddpny l has been suggested by with sever''cramps ID the fcioir.nch'. and Dr.: Miles! Nervine VOTICr: : hereby given Ut nil persons in- : : 'I' 'l.k'"Ya
j-> enthusiastic Wot.Ploro. Titan tIIU .... .j
An i'l'suc.b A.
l would Vus
be
newspaper friend < v- ,j I agony that il necessary 'ed. late oC Bradford cou lY, Florida, will
fur the States senate l>om the Pensacola Time] Restores Health I pay tie same to the undersiKiicd'without : '
United will to call i in a physician. Having. read delay N'< rth i ,
r ,. and all {t'i>Ks having claims against said estate '
_
take kindly to the proppsi .ion. He Those )> which all ert ] about must ".t
t apers tiat Chqmb rlain'; Colic Choleia andDfarrltoea prest-nt rhem. duly authpnticat dwitt.iu and :
"t DOW holds J.he very highest office I Judge Liddon. would not acceptthe Remedy site) concluoert to try _-, e two tbw. yeaijt rtcmvry.t, or thin notice MARY will J.ba PJ'EVATT.plead in tar of ,

'within i the bestowal of the people r United States JSenatdrship; 'i f i it. She found that it always gave'prompt I IO a' _Kov..8, '95.-8t_ Executrix. South I

.enjoying the hopdrs of whiob bis tendered him, must have tho seldom ., r Line"Through
opinion relief. It was
\ to
necessary give .
.
; life's ambition ;is realized, and for-: th3t' he 'is more than human.i .the second dose. "It lint1 not, only, saved -. -. c- biP4 Notice, to I'.' Debtors. and Creditors. I }

;; faking\ which to jn the turmoil Judge Liddon, or'any other 'mail in r I '- : .*
engage : r us, lots of worry and time.. sbdsiys. ., "hutji'so -II NOTICE 1 is hereby given that all persons in the .
of pohtics would Florida would jntnn"at hii'ch a'i P4S" to the estate of J. D John,
deceased
ff: active jar ; : oS
doctor hills. It is tlint! j .
( my. opi'nipa .' late of Bradfortt county florid*, will
harshly on a nature &ttqe.dto.f less .honor.. ; ; ; 0 pay the same to the uqderMjrneU jthiut
I every family: should have a hottle'of this I s delay I Heart Flo I
:1dscprdallt notes than tHu ( i : "# 1)- 0 and all personi bavicp claims against aid estate I Qt > iJ1.B..j
pcessantdinsf "
.. remedy in the house., For sale l h y 8'I ike'l tiinsc prtspnt them duly authenticated "
) factional partisaVism'. An- t-* 'Kntrealr. f f i? 8 r'-'r Reconsideration.. f.n Drug Co. Z o withia two years, or this notice will be plead in i. ; '. -
-tA'From t1 "' = bar or thtlir F. B. JOHNS, Ask l
the Tampa Times] recovery. .
If the 1'
above paragraph taken aa Nov. 1; '95-8t \
t .. -_. Administrator.
"- -.2 for
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I '., jfrom the columns of t1.le Pensacola renpectfully Htiggest to ..flioseY A Strong F"Fortify '.. ,' : :. ... ; .:
:
I:: Ac News i is intended to forestall the .c<'i1POTari .who. rft ili f lEhA. I:2 OOO" Q,8 f'ickets.. 1i ;.
The
Atlantic
the deiiiocratiu defeatsn\ the late the body< gaitstds< Suwannee River &! 1i
vIa ; Ji T. W.
likelihood of Judge Liddon's pr )- l lamented' eJe _
an >
I r Railway.
) mction, to the hiyji and honorable fact that the :republican candidateswere I .1 J c.o 'Vrlte. the lleral..P.alise.'er. ,J >r

position of Unite4 JStates Senatorit favorable' } to sound .'money') lute" cure.. for s ck he.d.lC'j 1 d.., I "'I {(r J .d C- asa= TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCTOBER 7, 18'f6. Agent: for iiiformatjofi.: : '. .

' will be resented ijyjthe friends olth.at I tht they now proceed to demoii-! I.epsia. ,sour stomach, rnaVr! i L -.i =. s= oS y o. 51 I NO.81 I no. 1 I STATIONS. [111'0.21 : ..41| )o. 6 o.i.AcKEui It ; '-' !
strate the for the further A. tl. P. II. A. H $ .. ,
P.
: but if the necessity 'J'1" rL tl 4 (X) 4 00 ti I\''A.. ... M. I IP. M
; gentleman, Newssimply existence qf the democratic. part ) Jam (.lcc. !t!:ous. 0' 15 45 9 00!' 2 00 'v. B. COFFIN 'CUn..P.ct\ I
> ( 420i ,
s. meant to. pay him a deserved If the anJ 1 all : 44(1 1.7f7 Sampson J 1030 L S 451 .30
republicans Rre- all right o n ness kindred ti'1"' :. .c- 450 f.J 3.; 3? ..Atlantic.. no 05 A 15 Cq8up't.JACKSOI1VILLE. fi
.( compliment, as it, certainly the main question"and ment, as "Th' F 11"j.. \ m- : -. -cc 50' 4 43'' 7 47 Ward eit9 f 5O fa 4011 00
(, n H 0 5 JO f.I r;'i 17 5:7
k.l Thomas V
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tJ.I 815r 1250
hav 4
they seem to received life #
did when it said that be a .5 i i.oJ
.a was possessed I 30f 5 15: 15 .LaCro 8t 91 0512! 85 .
confidence of the Dr. Tutt Your { r'-1t : oE I 5 W f5 25' fl -H. .
t country, what I is ; .ivec\ I Vis m -' Hainrsw'ih rais 743(1220( (
: of a nature "altuqed to less the need J .' 'E p 600 5 i 40' 8 4t,. Alachiva.'. 900 7 M,12 00 Ta '
for )
'1 discordant i notes .than the incessant at aft? wp any opposition4 these party: th fl!i-.rhec,9fJifc.17hc} H evbcgrateior s .8.c f. Stop on signal. -
are affaid :
gen k Nos. 1.2, 3 and 4 daily. No*.
5and C
2.! diu of factional partisanism," then tlem n have proved entirely' too the -uir1. < 1I' ii s- :: cept Sunday. daily ex T1lI1CiVIEK_ WORLD.. .
u. 0 p I *
'. the friends, of Judge Liddon, will enjoy much ?,nd' we entreat the.t. re: brovgnttit.cr4to- rr.y; 5i, ttiC- <. ; tt ( z O Savannah Connecti and at Jacksonville Starke with F.Gainesville C. & P. R., Oca1 R. lor.. D ,

; and appreciate its observations consider.. z -u'I T.mpa, toe At Sampson Junction with O. S. & '.' # '
} F. for Palaika. ,
askfJ hr.-Ja ::1".- JIugon etc. :
new .. :sc .of l: V 0 t '
' as coming from a- most estimable 11"d tI ARTHUR MEIGS OEO. TOMPSETT Tlijl TELEGRAPH. :
\: Tlie, JO. .a. 1cedatur.h4ii. .}Fairlci-rh; I 1 I'iauoCj1kIn }, C.' (;in'1 Ma'r G. F. & R A., j
;.I source. From tho GtlneaTflle Bon I fi Jacksonville: Fla. Starke, Fla.
.\: The T- L/P'? : J : FOR ON1 YEAR. FOR OKLY-
democrats of Florida f-
as a It is doubtfnl that Mr. Justice a TIlE
i ; $1.00 : $ ,00)
IS I- TELEGRAPH. j #1,73. ; I

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YOI X VII. 6TARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY:. N'OYEMBEit. -2 1890. \ >. NO. 23. f ,

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Awarded : .Dubose. one the ..prosptrous '. ;,;; : (
WHY NOT I J. : ;_ CRI'Af
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tI I and substantial cUizeus! of the ", r.rY'i y... CROWDS
Highest Honors-World'Falr. 'p. ..
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J. ., Hare Worthington section, paid the- TELE- -.. :.-t .....----' .__ "- ,
yonr eyes tested-.and Spec- OIL- .i h" .1 : :'1' '..!' 0 .J S { "
? i GKArn a pleasant call Tuesday" ..morning. .. ,
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.: .". \ tacles fitted-by an. expert ..-- ...""' :4">, .... .7, '.-.: ,_. ,''---" ._..Are Decking to our store .'
There are.lnanygQQd reasons why you tt.. ;, ;... '::,. :;, li, ;. :,;... ;. ; '

WE MAKE: I should ,use. One Minute Cough Cure. .,-;i'.......,"'.' "" .,':\.I... /..' .> ...these,; fine. October daya,, ad.
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', W.T.SCOI't There arc no reasons why you shouldnot .,r. ,.. '. :.; .'
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sits s.Ir- ., 9 'N. ,?"r.,.t".L/' '1 .. ...miring he beautiful Fall
Expert No charge for examination, and if in nml) of help. The only harmless .M."-:';;":'."' '.."...-: ,.".-', P.... .
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Watchand will remedy that immediate ;(. .:._< .i.-!, ._ _aDd Winter 'Good in all of .
guar:ntie to correct any're- produces results. ':,"< -- '"'" -"--'- ,
w. : : t 1' 'r"
Eye Fixer fraction that Lense Starke Drug Co. La I' !,jI....'. ..
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a Spectacle .r. --," -.-...-.......,-.- .our department All effort
will correct. I i .t7, 17; :::' ""' ","." u.
Death, jflaimed the infant daughter of :r, -!'. it.n .:l.. ,: << .
:'iaHK.27: ; ) nvMwifri.and : .. .. ..of ttlie .past great: as they }
: :'AIL OX US FOR ANYTHING IN Mr.: and Mrs. J. Q. Alvarez last-Saturday; ....r : w .
BAItINGpomIR afternoon The conducted EIf't iWt:: ... ..1 '.;; ..l EY BODY qe
funeral .
-THE- was t4. ;;. ..u.were,* have been far sor.pansed -

'" from the home of Mr. and Mrs Alvarez r', ., It nt ,-,!U! times-of the
; :R Y :
LIN"W. :
4- at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon and Ihe interment year.inly.M" : ;, >. .iv.> :stout and .the ...... l bus this season. ,}.

T. SCOTT fc CO. was made at Crosby cemetery. : ,''r.a. .. .' ;'1!. re.iet is to keep the. ... ... Abunaant evidence of this,
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tivc..i the bit
:; ; ;id ':help : ,
MOST PERFECT MADE.A Its just ns v<'!IIIY to try One Minute '., ,, .I Itfl. .--.i* shown on ride and
r .t-, Cough Cure as anything else. It's easier .: J:. : is the U-d: i Fri !]J, SlM- every ,

r pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret ..:X ::-.V 'K'r.L-ULATORt\he' ROD Z. ,: .
I .. ....in1' all!
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., fom Ammonia in cure .a severe cough or cold with it. departments .our policy "
Alum other ?
or any adulterant, .
w I. ..;:. C. Htr.ix-ii.; of Lancaster, Ohio, l
Let next purchase for cough 'tieOrre
.' ao YEAR? THE STANDARD your a .ays: -"SIMONS LIVER REGULATORbroke .. ... (if the *heat goods at
Minute Cough Cure Better medicine eJ.

,; better, ,results; better; try lu Stume a case or' ..VbiariaFever;: :: of three ...loo J IStrikei ,rich" prevail.
vears' stfTndki: for nti, and less thanne I .
HAPPENINGS IN THE
CITY Drug Co,
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.,, .. bottle dl:) iiis:: business I shall use .I n .
Postmaster J. W. Batten, of Theressn. 4t when i ir. nzedj apjir/xs-pjcyind it." :'
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.. .. WitS a peasant: caller at the TELEGRAPH '
w .Be sure tit! yr.u get it. Always look for : -
,Local< l Items Picked Here ; :
> Up ofllt' 1dtesday. Mr. Batten is engagingin the RED Z o'\ 11; e pnckage.And don't I '\ .

.' and There. the culture of strawberries. on quite forget the word REGULATOR. It is SlAV '

an extensive' scale this season having MONS LIVER l REGULATOR; and.there is While Ihe .i:

set out about, 40.000 plants, which bid only onsanever/ W wha takes !It is ..

: ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW. fair to bear abundantly. to be bjnefited. THi BENEFIT IS ; .. .
A NEW DRESS: :FOR: ALL sure .T.E..

Take it also foi
fl *# *.. Dr E. C. Morton of this city, receiveda ALL IN THE REMEDY. Iron is Hot.,
Biliousness and Sick Headache both
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Matters that Have Occurred or voucher from the p. S. government ; are

JKEade Will Occur In the Near Future a few days ago for $108 to cp1tr" claim caused by a sluggish i Liver.J. I
Elegantly H.Zellln & Co., ('hi ladelphta. .. .Oar t'all .campaign is on < *
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-ISpitp me of a W.eek's (for two mouths' back pay ai a surgeon .,
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Beautifully Trimmed. Happening in St rltC. during the civil! war. Tbu doctor has a -- -- -- -- . nick-!selling basis. We have '
Oranae Grove Seen peraIn. '.' .
claim, for 'pension pending and feels

Buy your shoes from N. J. Jones. sure that it will soon receive favorable Bradford county has many orange . ..put prieea. where ,keenest >?

'. : Ia consideration. grove that are Vapidly recuperatingfrom ....competition will not touch yet 4
in shoes N. J. .
Special bargains at ,
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Joues. .. We call
.us. special aiteD..d.tioti
75e.
5Q-inch to ,
Ser9e,65o of staple and Holiday goods ter, but the, Iwo that give most I ,'

],5tilJ-cJ.! ,Tmllejl Flannel 75c..48inch Ladies waists nt Trub)", Stt pburg'& suitable for Christmas and New Year's promise of early 'fruitage are owned I .. .. to our ,
-, by Messrs. E. Hicks and Adam
; Company's.Jamestown presents. The main feature will be the
all-wool{ Henrietta 65c. Tison and about fifteen mile ti.
are
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reduced suit
'' *- price which will be to the
worsted at Tr by, bternInlrg ;the former being at Hamptonand : ,
apart
limes.! Many\ goods will bu reduced to Line of '
,' 42-inch Mohair, black and colors, SOc., # Co.'s. the regular- wholesale }prices at U. P. the latter on New River, near ..

42-inch.Brocade Novelties 35c to 50 Pleas cull and nettle y<)ijr bill. Tatq Miner's-, Johns' block near railroad the Grit George bridge. 1i
After the freezes bad come and .
Powell M. D.FusI'rru.r. Dress Goods
38-inch all-wool Tricot 35c. Mr. Orrin G. Husband !left Tuesday gone Mr. Hicks examined his grove

send oats at Truby, ;{terp- for Nashville, Tenn., where be will take and found that while the trees had ., .

42.-inch h'all-wool Henriettas, black. and colors, 40c to 50c. burg & Cd'a.Attention. H course, in book-keeping and stenography received a severe setback there was . .Bought almost in' evory instance -

silk at Draught-n's Business College. He still- some life in them. He decided
,48-inch finish Henrietta $1.00. iscii'lfl! ID N J (Jnt'8' new far Atlanta to let them stand and during this . .. from the. maaufaor: t
was accompanied as as by

:42-'inch. ", silk" warp Henrietta $1 to $1.25. advertisement. Messrs. O. C. Husband. Will Wall and year has been rewarded 1 by the appearance .. .. ..turer and marked at om-or _

A good pair boys' for 18 cents A. G. Long. Mho| will fako in the sights .of a litxurient growth of

.. .q' .,"., '- 38-inch Fancies and Novelties 20c to 25et at J.:M. Alvarez's. pains at the exposition and return home Sunday tender snoots all over the limbs of . petItion: prices

\ '. :. : ." Black blue, brown and tan the trees that were stripped of their .r. 'v
: Broadcloth ,
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New line of capes' at Trnby, leaves by the cold. It i* thoughtthat -
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: '.1.. 1* yards wide, $1.00.Afull Stern burg, &. Co.'s. Some Bradford county citizens have Mr. Hicks will have a fair crop :
been drawn to the and InClothing
( I I serye on grand of Oranges next year. '.
Mr. D. }l. friend paid a business visit petit juries of 'the winter tl'l'm'oJ; United On the other hand Mr. Tison did
f'
'. line of Staples at.hardrtime to Dude\* City this(. week. States court which will convene. iu Jacksonville just the thing that Mr. Hicks decided '

on the first Monday in December. not to do. He cut his treesdown :,

prices and Shoes lower than Childrens:[ cloakFt a great variety, Messrs J. O. Alvarez and Jobp! Hall are close to the ground laid the : i

anyWhere at ruby, JStertihurg & Co.'s. service the .
summoned for on grand jury roots bare and fertilized them. He .

else. and W. Ellery: Davis is summoned for the had between 250 and 300 line trees and Gents'Furnishings
.. For la grippe use Dr.well'8 Feyer ,
vy.F
I petit jury. and one hanpFonted from the
every
Cure. .It "never fails"\ to cure it.
-. .. Messrs. Pace and Tison haye torn down roots, and the young shoots are now 4
Kid Qloves-the best make-in popular betwen four and five feet high. ?4
the old frame building at the rear of
STAPLE GROCERIES. shades, at Truhy, Slernb'ir & Vs. Truby, Steruburj; & Company's ware His grove i iJ described ,by _a gentleman : -

: who. has seen it as a thing of
; '' Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns are spending. house, formerly occupied aa a restaurant, beauty the young trees being of a .. ...W. aro latderi.. The 8H05.Department .

.. the week at. the. Atlanta Exposition. and will build on the site a brick building uniform and of rich j
.' twenty-four feet wide by seventy feet height a green .. .. i i. oar pride.
i Gall and examine for yourself Now dress Lnods-tl.e right kind and long Four applications have alreadybeen color. s
...Can fiit feet aDd
your your:
& Oo.
l right prices. Truby Sternburg mace to rent the building, which The Drlgeer Colo. t

z proves very conclusively that good property The trial of M. M. Driggers for .. ...pocket'-book without tronblfr
Mr. and ;Mrs S, F. Hanford, of Green .
will trot; readily in Starke. the murder of 'l'ax Collector R. T. .
l T. A., KNIGHT. Cope Springs visited 1 relatives in this city Dowling in this county will bestarUd : :.In HATS we have the latest;...-.. .r;,'/uu M::+ .' 'f,}.

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tSU.dllY, Next Friday night November 801h, an "
in the circuit court in Jacksonville .. shape t and colon at much
ta.aaa a illustiated lecture on Palestine will I be; delivered $
i- Mrs E. L. Stewart aud little daughter next Tuesday, November --1

visited relatives at Anthony Sunday. nud .it the Methodistchurch by the 2Cth. Much interest i is felt in'theease .. .less prices than thoe anked.oleewhere .
Rev. T.Griffith of St. Mattbew'achurch .
pastor I .
'T. R. SWEAT here and it i is probable that 'J
,
Monday __ .. for the
"j .. ", In Jacksonville. The lecture is quite a number of Bradford county '.' same goods.
J. W. Hicks, the barber, has greatly said to be n .most entertaining and instructive : .
people will attend the trials .. '
.c: improved the interior of his: shop, having one,.and should nut!' be missed. .
. . .The GROCERY DEPART: ,.
the floors malted, etc. The lecture will be delivered in this city Card ofTbauk
I Dry: Goods
f '"t ; Mr. ana Mrs \V. E. Davis are back for the benefit of the church and it- is We desire to tender our thanks ...,..MRN11 is the most complete,

to hoped that Ihe attendance be large. to.those who kindly assisted and of-
t from Atlanta, where they went to i-e.lbe. .. .....ill the Jiounty: ;. /
fered their assistance to us during
sights at the exposition.Mr. The teeth should not be forgottnn. The .
i r. S ptions the illness of 'our daughter,. Jessie -
value of good teeth cannot be overestimated. -
J. M. York, an enterprising Hortense.MK. )
young
. Our us'the.
Dental vork properly done before &fipwialties : ,* _
\ druggist of Lake Butler, spent Sunday AND MRS. J: G. ALVAREZ.Notice .
It is too late spares one a great deal of

'. with friends in this city., pain and will often preserve the teeth fora to Debtors. r
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Furnishings, Several candidates' havq signified their life lime. Long practice in dentistry, Having sold my drug store it is absolutely Hardware jA

intention to place their announcuicnt: in as in all professions makes perfect. i necessary to close up my business. -* I Is

next. week's, TEL. GnA.pn.. have had the practice and can guarantee If you owe me please make it convenientto .
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good work. OtUce at residence southeast settle your account at once.. and Furniture '
LATEST STYLES. No trouble to show Call and
ji. goods. of F. C. & P. depot. J. O. Hayues. E. L. STEWART., M; D_.. ,
1 see J. M. Alvarez's line of clothing before I

:1 .. .. you buy. he will save you money. Mr. Eotenza will resume! the manufacture . .. nl'patlnicnt Here you :wil r '
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L: Shoes) Shoes 1 Shoes: better and cheaper of cigars next Monday. He has rent ... .. .tiiul a \)onderful assortment
JPRICE8! THAT WILL SELL THEM. than other house in 'town. Come ed the frame building one door south of DONTREkPTHISIf! I I.. .
lot tiny vo'n
residence
Mayor Kirn's on Walnut 't '. .....of good, and you..cannot fail" ry
'! and
: see and .be convinced. J, M. Al .
.11 .li' .. street and will soon have a force of ten .. '
1!:: ..H.; ,t, '' .. varez. men at work.) Mr Entenza's many friends ""i .. .....to 1 In phased with tka'bar- ,y
oCr' '
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'At ; Next Tuesday is the day set for the( reception are much gratified to know that he is IiI. ;' ,_., ,. .gains wowillgive i you.

1 : pf candidates' petitions by the again in position to go to work, and they -I. I :
just received .
have
.HATS AND SHOES council Be on hand if you desire yonr hope that no such. misfortune as befell -

'j. I.> ._ name printed on the ballots. him a few w ks.8gtJ, when his factory a fine stockof .

t. and contents were burned, will come. his., Candies and Gar RememberWe ,

: \ (Of Every Description. Satisfaction Guaranteed. )II'substantial, N D. Jones citizens, one of of the the prosperousand Hampton way again. den Seed. Also a '


ti! : district, was a pleasant caller at the TELEGRAPH M. Eateoza: of Slarke is.jathe. city. fine line of Groceries 1 _. . are Still,. doing bileiritss.. J

*' *. office a few days ago. Mr. Entenza has. thousands of warm personal i and Tinware. ( .. eo ..at the old! tand.:, ..

friends in the stale .on account of Come and get
The subject for Sabbath: morning's sermon "' -
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cGROCERIES his geniality and; honesty. Mr. Entente prices Middlings:
at the Presbyterian church will bo Js
burned out in :Sbrke.lie
was recently .
"The Divinity of Christ." Mr Faris and Bran before yon
received some insurance; and tvery penny /
: * TRUBYSTERNBURG
will this by request. buy. (
preach on subject
' (S d y'-- of the amount received was spent in pay v
Staple and Fa Fresh and Complete Stock.11i ,.
i There are two things$ to consider when ing those who had loaned him money
'
: you buy goods and thlis price and qual I when .be, commenced business in Starke. ar

I W' Uy.'c bave both, besides an unlimited lIe has, resumed his business. at Starke and .

stock to select from, so when in need of says that be will da, big business this SAPP & LIVINGSTON .

t, ..If}. R S,W. 'EAT'STAR E> goods come and see us. We arc sure to winter. He contemplates ertcting a t large ,. I &; '! :;.. .'

w; ..... please you. Truby, Stern\ barg: & (*0. hoick: bloc1..a\! Starke.: -Gainesville Bun. crovFOsnE TISl n:; BOARDING H4tE., ;
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A public school children taught to.1 ins wisdom's f- law, the-perfect .code-: and, after 'all, it would have done no Here is the tlah' !"-, FLORIllA'CHNTRAL

? ,swim: 'By love Inspired good;for, before she had time to open And' they were half a 'dozen miles : .AND .PHNINSmJ.R R ILROAD.) .'

.W J ., -, Of him.on whom much is bestowal her lips, she 'felt herself, lifted in a away ere Kate had, fully realized that -
strong arm, her sleeve unfastened, and she had spoken her -mind 'in an exceedingly l.N
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,Lieutenant Pent he is one Is much required.. :
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Bays '
Air Line and
Mr. Florida and Northern :
herself the walk. plain manner respecting ,
? 4" ..-with the ,Xortht, Polo." All methods The tuneful throat is bid to sing deposited safely upon "
"One of ,the gardeners," thought Ashley to that gentleman himself. Trunk '
Florida Line.-: -
The oak must retgn the forest's king
,.cf. 'reaching, .it hitherto tried have v Kate,.as she'raised her.eyes and'saw a She had laughed away other serapes-
to' i
The rushing stream the wheel must move, ; '
,;:proved a failure. _, 'Tis given with the eagle's F tall man, with bronzed complexionand this she could not laugh a''liy'so'she' TIME TABLE 'IN EFFECT NOV ;3, 1895. h' ,
eye, .
dark hair minus;his coat,'which cried quietly... "
To face tho midday skles. 1 : ., ., f =- .. ?
Some, idea of the.quantity salmon I" hung over the drooping bough close "What must he think of 'me? she g"-':' ob 18 a- giNoaTnxaY. : '1') i. ;;;:;;; a; ...-'Sb

t a 'in Columbia .River,' Oregon, or at If I sin weak and you are strong, I by, in companionship with a spade, asked, when 'Mary tried to comfort a 0= A' i ..... POISTS c A. ...:.:. a a 3
Why, then, why. then, one or two .upturned shrubs and a her. And Frank said. that he thoughtit en A .A '

4 i.: 'least of. the quantity taken out, may To you the braver deeds belong! '* straw hat. "served her.right." 8 43$ 4 SOp 7 OOo -820p -'1SO.1ITJ'hnTlear 10-184 -940p -820t742a -...... -820s a983a on20p

"be formed from the fact that some of And so;again, "Did you want anything?" asked What Mr. Ashley did think of the 5' 'U2p 705p 815 ....Ynlee.4'.' 9S3i742s 852p .....: 742710a& .... i.it i..

'the big'canneries there are now j put"ting If you have gifts and I have none the stranger. matter may conjectured by a. fragment ) 15a 5 55p 9 25p c w: '. .... 1015a arFraandlv. 8 5Oa 8 SOp 710 ...... U5p '>,
that took ...... ...... ... 845p 9 63a .Everett 7cnp 0' ..... ...... ........
: of tcn tonsof If I have shade and you have sun, "Yes, said Kate, 'boldly. "I want. of conversation placo '' ....... ...... .... .
tip m cans an .aVefajjo ...... ...... ...... Q ... 'Br'nawicktr"Savannah" .. ....
; the fish ?Tli. yours with freer hand to give, ? to come and see the grounds-and I in Mr. Westport's drawing room abou> ...... ...... ..,. .. "U 1I'iiI 1&1 I0 Sip 1t 42s 5'558 4440 ..Iff. ............. ...... r
every day. rris yours with truer grace to live want to open that wicket gate for my three months subsequently betweenMr. ...... ;..... ..?:.. 'S 1041p 11 boa IvSVnnli ar 546a36Qa 4S4p232p U. ... .: .... ...-...
t H ------: _- --- Than I, who, gUtless sunless, stand ; brother and sister to come in, too, I Ashley himself and' Miss West- ...... ....... ...... d q".d 123k 141p ar Fairfax IT, '+rCII ..... ...... ......
Home idea of the extent of the lum- .:.... :. .. ...... e ...... 630& ':.A ztteta.' 840p ....: .co ....;. ......' ...... t{
/ WIth barren life and hand.St. know your master has forbidden it, port."I ...... ..?... ..... -2 122 225p"Denmsrku 30:5&: 1'6 Qg:2: ...... ...... ......
her industries of the Pacific Northwest .- Louis Globe-Democrat. but-but-" couldn't help it, Kato. After you ...... ....:. :..... 3 .!od 255a 400p 'Columbia. 130a 12101. d.yt ............. ......

'" ? '. and of the extent of the forests is had ... The stranger smiled. had all made up your mind: that I was ...... .,..... ...... .0 ...... ...... "Sp'rt'nbV ...... ...,... r-, 8 ...... ...... .?....
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could not well undeceive ...... ...... ...... 1000. ....
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"Who the
i in the fact.that during the six months KATE'S' ESCAPADE, told you it was forbidden? gardener then .. .... ...... ........0: t 700a, 820p '"Charlotte" 1105p 8 4,/\,* -GO:) )......, ...... ........
'The man at the depot and the you, and I did not think ..... 7SOi .... .. ......
s.f from March to August of 1835 10,935 ...... ...... ...... e\o\4! 841& 938p :oIali8bury' JZ'II!: TV
Ke ,1>"1' porter at the lodge." how vitally important the matter ..................... "a t015a 1048p "Gr'nBb'rj 747p 6041 pot! .... .. ... .......
'*, -car loads of lumber and shingles were "If wait till I can resume would one day become to me. Say you ...... ............. ;:I.Q a. 1140& t2OOp "..Dmville"Bichm'nd" 610p 445 t.. ...... :.:'.. ....:..
HE train has been you my I ...... ...... ...... .:J c 205a "' ...,:. ias5. aiO g ..... .srt..e.. ...- ...3...1
shipped i East from Seattle, Wash., gone four minutes, coat and hat I shall be happy to open are not angry !I" I I .... .. ...... ...... !-= 143p 153& "Lynchb'g" ....... 24% :::: ..... ....,.tc. .......; ";! -
t -alone. These are simply {shipments sir !I" the gate for you," said the stranger. "Well, I'm not angry," said Kate ; ..... ...... .,.... .a .C. a f 04p 38.5& "Ch'rl'tavlo' 2 Z7p ioa si ....:......... ........ w
If "And if there is any part of the "only-" I I...... ...... ...... a i: 8Sup 642. "Weh'gt'n" 1115a942a .003p j ai .....,.. .... '. '...- J.fi...,.
., ( "by raSLj you have ever grounds wish'to I ''Will show "No only, if please. You aro ..... ...............;:; c 112. 8 058''B1t.imre.: 8S? -; ..... ...;.. ,"...., ;: ;
,. been jolted two or you" see you ...... ...... ...... >; 2 56a 10 25a "PhiladeL" 720a 55V320p> :.. ......t.....f ......; ii!:
The London Telegraph comment three hours over you over it. vexed to think that you expressed ...... ...... ...... 620a.1253p"NeI'fYork"1215&( ...... ..... ;.....: j jEle'jlant
"Oh that will bo splendid !I" yaurself so frankly. Love, I have been
ingnpon"Lor Sackville'a issuance of .. country roads in a exclaimed for 1'tiroiuh Day Coaches Jacksonville 10 Charlotte on N u 37 and SW. E j+: ,
Kate, clapping her little sick and wary of artificial society

t the pamphlet in which ,he makes an : country"connect"coach'with to a hands gleefully. "You are one of the years ; it was that very innocent; open HOLLY 171''RINGS ROUTE, Ii....'"

I attack upon United,States Ambassador railroad, train that stops precisely gardeners, I suppose?" ness that stole my heart away. Now CINCINNATI.JACKSONVILE.ToS'. Loni*.Chicago: Sioux Cuy. _

Bayard, says: A very foolish, ill forty five seconds_ among the lonely Her new acquaintance was stoopingto tell me when I may get the Hall ready: No 8-11 I 1 NoS! 't<

mannered ill-timed and ill-made hills and then whizzes like demon unfasten the gate and did not re- for a little wife." a-.... Chicago, Toledo S3820am. Wpm LT ..... -...taonntitl. .... Ar 820am. i war
away a ".I Kate," said Frank r:. r 'i! Detroit, :I) a 'i 600aro Lv .....-...A lanta.......Lr 10 Wpm .Jj
E pamphlet has been issued by Lord and if you have ever found yourself ply."Will suppose life of .s-= eVJa.uu. >>.cw::: 1200n'n750pm .....D1rmiDJham..... 255pm.:
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too late therefor you can perhaps you walk in?" he said courteously Westport,.who couldn't for zA c i o a + e LonigTill' o CJ I e. .'....Holly Hpring.... 7 20 aw'- r. '
: Ssckville with the purpose of injuring appreciate the dismay that overspreadthe to .Westport, who, with his him resist joking, "that the next time :x;U N!'!!h n 11..E. i5!'a 731am .....,8 Louis..... _780pm185pm,4. ':

't" the reputation of Mr. Bayard, now the countenances of the little of wife, was anxiously watching the we enter Ashley Hall it will be in a Indianapolis.LvJacksVle. Iii 155pm .' .... Chicaao M ..-'iI':'' '
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United States Ambassador, charginghim travelers as they stood on the steps of course of events. more conventional manner' than. the'lastl" 7 sna 7 OJ pm Ar .....* 30pm700am!/ ....ytoox City...... M I 800pmTbroTiKb .* '
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vit'h trickstez the solitary station. If Frank West "Not, unless we are quite certain 9558 845pm A.r.Everett .Lv 6 20am ...... ---- I
being a political "Hold tongue Frank," said, 4 50p 215 am .ilacon.. 1 30am ...... Palmist sleepers St. Louis and ,:>
and a consistent determined enemyof port had been alone he would probably that we shall not get you into trouble your ,"I shall 800r 500am "Atlanta.-." 10 50pm ...... Jacksonville. Sleepers through: between, Chicago :.. t, .
have sworn-as it was, not even the with your master," said Westpdjrt. Mary authoritatively; alwayssay ...... 510am LT.Atlanta ....:... .. and. Jacksonville with bat one change. '
'England. The whole thing is so presence of his sister and wife could "My sister is too impulsive some it was the luckiest thing,: in the ...... 1000 am ArChatn'gaLv ........ ...... g"
world that Kate climbed that iron -- -- ---. KANSAS CITY LINE.-Through Sleeper r
k full of thoughtless bitterness that it is times.
repress: the mattered "Confoundit New York News. .. .... .. 5 1>>am I Lv.AtIan'a..Lv.............. JackonvilletobouySpnngL; Holly Springs, to ti:,
fence I"
)_; not worth while to reproduce any partof I" which contained the essence of a "There is no danger at all," returned .... .1000amAxChatn'gaLv........ ...... Kansas Ci'y, (ong change only.)
half dozen words. the he held the .... .. 745pm ArCin'nati Lv 8 OOam ......
1 the brochure. We only hone that a naughty man drily, as No. $:!. yLeeon,fi, Arkansas, Indian I .Z3:'\,.
'"And the. next train don't pass under sate; open. Origin of tbe Japanese.The Territory. J J J
the'common and ;
.. sense practical jndg 'three hours-how' provoking!" The grounds were exquisite. All origin of the Japanese has'been Day Coach on No. S3 through to Atlanta. OOpm Lv.... jfacksonrilla ,.... AT ,820am1620am ;:
; orient of the English and American ejaculated Mrs. Westport. "How on that wealth, aided by refined and cultivated debated often since they have V 0'pra AT.......Everett........ LTAT i ,
un-called-for moro Noe. 33 and 34 solid 45am ......A'lanta........, LT 9 3Opm:
I;} public will treat this at. earth are we to while away the time? taste, could accomplish, had given to the world an exhibition of Eonville and vestibule between Jack7 1200n'n1000pm &r..Inntnuhiu...... Lv 255pn,

tack with''contemptuous disdain. "There's a middlin' good tavern a been done. In reply to Kate's eager such great military skill as was shownin Cincinnati. ......Atemphis.......!LT 1S20au(i ;

piece up the road," said the agent. questions she learned that Mr. Ash the war with China than ever be Close connection for Chicago and all western 915m AT;,..Springfield, Ho.. : LT S IOpm1;.

.,' Chicago will soon have ,unrivaled "A country inn I" exclaimed Kate ley's own suggestions had been followed fore. The question came up in a conversation points. 500pm 4r..K .naae Cit;....... Lv 10 30am,.

-collections of books in ,Westport, a pretty girl.of seventeen. out in everything."But : with a celebrated Japanese New.. 6 NOB. 7 Noe. 3 .j
many. depart "No, indeed, Prank, we've had enough has he no sister-no wife, and he is and 13 No. 9 Sooth mad West I'Urida ana An.1U and 10 1' :
General not reported '
long ago, New Orleans.
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ments. 'The 'Newberry library Daily. Daily.850am. ..Daily.645am. Daily.SCOpm. :
promises of.that sort of thing Isn't there any whose taste has aided him in the to have said that his peoplewere d .

to be:unique'and the Crerar will pretty place within walking distance?" adornment of this lovely spot. ?" she originally Malays. His assertion -:: ........ -- -LT..Fem..nin..Ar.! ....... --.t-. "j! ,

also be founded on .new'lines. The she said, turning to the man. "We asked. appeared to have been made with so a ........ 10 09am LT..CftlIahan........Ar .......:. 50pm 11-
lich, might just ramble around until'the "Neither." belief 950pm 10 00am Lv...,...onllle..Ar? 45pm :: ,,
Chicago University is reaching train is due !I" "He must be much p'ositivezess as to warrant. lOSOpai 1053am A.r.... .... Baldwin ........LT 600am451am 300pm *rut
out for any:valuable special collection a very disagreeableperson that the investigations of Japan's !i 1213am 12 Olpm AT.........Srarke. ........LT 154pm .,
The man scratched his head with a observed Kate, musingly. learned men had discovered .good 12 43pmxl055a 1282pm135pm A.r..WalJo.........:LT -420am750am 125pm1155am:! J\
that :is offered for sale, and. now, the puzzled air."There's. "Why?" asked their guide. for tho National e \r..G&incsvillo..LT ; / ,_." ':.J
: 1 'Garrett :Biblical Institute of the Dr. Jones's Seminary for "To go off and live in Europe, likea ground to this attributing" ..- .*.. .... 530pm Ar........Cedir Key........LT .......: 815am: : i

s' ,"estern.University has North.j I Young Ladies jest over that hill-and hermit' and refuse chance travelers origin'Mr. K. Miyagawa source., the Japanese Consul 03O 2C3am 132am 201pm 132pm Ar-\r..HawtborDo..LT........ ..Citra....;.. ..Lv .300am.37am 12Ulpm'l22gpm' .'. _

1ineat collection of Methodist litcra'turein there's Smart's grist.mill...and there'sa t he opportunity seeing his grounds," at this port, says however, that ........ 238pm Ar......Silver Spring...!..LT ,*..*.*. .*:."... '
j I I picnic ground" said Kate. c:: 3 Warn 253pm Ai* *..........\ *ft'n.yi .,.t.......LT '150am It 19am '?.
', ; tHe country. 'While New York Frank Westport interrupted him "Would like to look at the the problem of origin has not get,been M. .......; ........ Ar........Homcwassa .*...Lv.*. 7COam .-\r
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you
Jo definitely settled. It is a question 42iam 350pm420om .........Wildwood.Lv1155pm1005sme : +
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: are laughing at what they with: house and the conservatories? asked which has aroused great interest among .') Ar........Leesburg..... ..IlT It 10pm 938am \

: &re pleased to call the chromo culture "Thank you, bat I fear none of the stranger, pausing at the foot of the educated classes of Japan, and for a: 7 25a'i.950am. 47pm Ar.........Tavares...... ..LT 1020pm800pm 910am to '
\r.........Orlando.........LT 745am!
M of these places will prove interesting the flight of marble: steps that led up Q 615pm650pm "
Chicago, the latter is steadily founding the past twenty years Japanese as '
to the door. .. Ar......Winter P&rk..Lvxi3Jpm. 720am
': libraries and museums that the the ladies. well as foreign investigators, have 6 5 2 lam 429pm Ar...._$:. Catherine.......LT tl 13pm gram x
"Well, there's Ashley Hall just on "Oh, yes, of all things !I" said Kate ; been striving to throw light upon: this 543im607am 4 51pm Ar?.......LaooocheaAr .......LT ,043pm 910am ," .
: :13an; Francisco Chronicle predicts "in I i I the east road-you can see the tops of and the guide drawing a small key obscure There however Ci-I 508pm ........Dade City........LT 10 24pm 8 49am '
twenty years will make the city by the the chimneys from here. It's the from his pocket, entered and admittedthe subject. are, O 7 18im llpm Ar.......Plant City.Ar .....'...LT & 15pm.748am f r:
c very great difficulties in the way of 830.im600pm .710pm950am .....,....Tampa .....-...LT 805pm 700am .
f .lake,the! ,Mecca of American: scholars. prettiest glace in the county. party to a magnificent entrance the investigators. '

"Can we not go in?" asked West- hall, lighted by a dome of colored The history of Japan, Mr. Miyagawa r:; Lv...... Jacksonville..LT. 710am 930.im340am ,
} j 1. port. glass and floored with mosaio wood. SN 10 45pm 11 r.thm Ar........L lte: City..,..-..LT :518am .
h -" A. story ,told in the India Rabber "No, sir," was the emphatic re Kate uttered a little shriek of ad says, goes'back 2555 years, but it was )' 1215am200am 12 40pm Ar.,.._.LIV9 Oak..!....Lv 34am 154am a
not until about 1400 that ;
years ago 1 34pm Ar..i..Madison..Lv 335amAr 12 Olam
? :: "World of a meek.looking stranger, sponse. "They don't never allow no- miration. the Japanese had a.written language.The ..- 420am 52pm .......Monticello.......LT 210am 1080pm830pm f ,
rith diStinctly ministerial air, who body to go over the grounds; they're "Kate !I" reproved her sister-in- stories of the previous centuries o 63Q"m 337pm Ar.... ...Tallahaaieo..Lv 140am1243am( t

for dreadful particular about it, now Mr. law; but the little lady was In the ..... .. '432pm \r.... :.;.. )'...;."..... 635pm P.
applied' permission to look over a is in most and came'down from age to age in tha -- 15pm Ar....Biver Junction... ..Lv 12 Olam ..... ..
'' large rubber factory. He knew Ashley Europe. buoyant spirits, bounded form of legends, which, were repeated 1 Through Pullman 11 00pm305am Ar......PensacoU:.......Lv 620pmAr 5 I5pmSIeeoora '
noth.1 "Does nobody reside there? from window to window."I I by one'person to another until they Jacksonville ...........Mobi ........LT 215pmAr ... : .. '
ing at all about the rubber. "Nobody but the housekeeper and think this was worth climbingover at last became part of the National lo New Or1PRn" 73'>"m .. .. ..Ifrw Orlfan.. .. Lv 945am ..:.; .. .

he said, acd, after a little hesitation, I the gardener' folks.." the fence for !I"she said, merrily, literature which began with the introduction x Daily except Sunday t Connections 8t Paterebur Manatee River and<

he WAS admitted. The Superintendent "Frank," said Kate, mischievously, "even though it was at the risk of of Chinese characters. These Key West and Havana steamers. Steamer 'Manatee':,' for all points on Manatee*rtver. Al- '
"I feel an irresistible desire to hanging? And now, Mr. Gardener, Waldo steamer for lllelroae. Connects at Tallahassee for St. Marks, iCarabella and.Apaltchioola. -; A'
penetrate
showed him about in person, and the stories, however, show, it is believed Connects at River Junction for Chattahoochee river steamers. Connects at Ocala for "
Cif man's,questions and comments seemed those Bluebeard. fastnesseslet'stry. show me the conservatories. By the that, (even at the extremely early dayto Homo+a88L ., .f
way, what. sort of a man is Mr. Ashley which they relate, the Japanese All baggage: will checked from Uaioa Depot. Ticks will still be sold at the eftitakatonce ,
1- to,come from the, densest ignorance. "My dear, not if it is against the ? Is he handsome?" the islands which they now possessed in- 202 Hogan street as well as at the Union Dept ticket offlca. -

when the rules. "N-n-o !" returned the / J.E. MARSHALL, ,
Finally grinding-room person'addressed -
was '
+ habit, and had most, if not all, of the Ticket A ent. 202 West Bay street corner Hogan Jack onTilleJ Fla. '
w' 'reached, he lingered a little, and But Kate tossed her head defiantly rather reflectively. "Al distinguishing characteristics whish N.S.PENNlNaTON, Traffic Manager. j A. 0.'MscDONELL, .
'Let's try, at all events." though I naturally admire him very v J' General Passenger Agent.r'
ti: asked, in a hesitating way: "Couldn't now mark them.According ft "
How tempting thoee grounds lookedto much I.can't call him handsome. ''J.;; .
\I have a specimen of that curious stuff to Mr. Miyagawa, the ..
the three weary travelers as they "Indeed? said Kate. "Is he good ''
general opinion lI
Japanese
w, 'for cabinet?" "Certainly the road that naturedt""Passably! 1 among :
my; re- plodded along dusty scholars is that the first inhabitants of ---- -- -- -
: plied the Superintendent, although it skirted the iron fence inclosing them 1 so." I \ .
the islands were the Aino, that hairy .f.s .
The cool of here and "I think:" said Kate
glitter a fountain "he must bea
r teas a compound the secret of which race, a individuals of which still
worth thousands of'doUars there, seen dimly through feathery better sort of person than I gave exist in the northernmost! part of the THE CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO.j I
was ; "cer
i boughs; the white gleam of marble him credit for at first. Mary, do you
empire. The apmese: it is believed,
'J.t" tainly, cut off a, much as you wish.' groups of Fauns and Naids ; masses of know I'm very much inclined to fall '
came from the south, but whether
With the visitor flowers glowing vividly on velvet in love with the whose taste has' la
'f" .,", eager. step approached man from the Malay peninsula, from the t d y' ,
; -. the roll,of gum, took out his knife, slopes of latyi, and the cool windings devised this" place? I do wish I couldsee ; Philippine- Islands or from Southern !. f'hr

.:, ', .. wet the blade in his mouth, and- of a brook overarched by rustic him. I China, has not yet been definitely de r >'" '%J t
.
had "Kate said Mrs.
bridges-Kate Westport an eye Westport, with a
:, "Stop right. where you are!J" said the .for the picturesque and she longed to warning glance toward thair cicerone termined.-New York Sun. "

; : Superintendent, laying a heavy hand. be within the forbidden domains. who was carelessly balancing the conservatory w :1

: upon the stranger,you are a fraud and Frank had gone on to the porter's key upon his 1 finger Rain in the Tropics. '

J 'A thief. You didn't learn in a pulpit lodge, to request permission to walk Mr. Westport glanced at his watch."Twenty The intensity of genuine tropical .,. :(', 1.ft

'a" over the grounds, but ha presently returned minutes to three-we rainfall is extraordinary. The rain, -
that a dry knife wo.n't cut rubber. shaking his head. have'but twenty minutes to reach tho appears to come down, not in separate NEW YORK CHARLESTON LINES ,t
FLORIDA
w, So saying,lie showed the impostor_ to "No use, girls. The man seys he station," he said "We shall have' to drops, but in great sheets. In Dar .. ..

( the door, and the secret was still.safe. has positive orders. Even a bribe was hasten our pace. considerably, girls." win's "Voyage of the Beagle," writingof The magnificent Steamships of this Lino'are appointed. to sail as follows: ..;

fei : I in vain. "I can show you a shorter path a heavy shower, amounting to 1.6 Calling at Charleston, S. 0., both ways. :
From New York. Pier 29. E. R. Fla : .
Standard
Time-Steamer.. From Jack-onvU1' .: '
.Ij: A comparison of French operations "How churlish, exclaimed Mrs. through the park.. observed their inches in six hours which occurred For Charleston and KewYork. '7; .w ,

': Westport, panting."I companion, "if you are in a hurry to during his stay in the neighborhoodof Tuesday, Oct 20.! nt 3pm .... SEMINOLE Snndav. NOT.Thursday. 3. at 433am ';'.,
': in Madagascar and Japanese opera. don't see that it's so very unreasonable catch the train." Rio de Janeiro, the author describes Friday, Nov... 1, at 3 p m .... CHEROKEE Thursday, .. 1. ttat 709 am ;( t-'
,tions in Formosa,shows that the latter after all," said Frank. "Ihe The offer was accepted with much tho sound the Monday .. 4, at 3pm .... IROQUOIS Sunday 10. 100" alll -1)
produced by .. '
Wednesday: 6. at 31.111 Ald.uuQL1IN' Tnl"sday. ,12, at 1Z 00 m 1 '.
i Are not behind, but in advance of, fellow says they would be over relief, and the travelers found them. drops 'falling on the innumerable Friday. .". b. at ,3pm3pm ... .SEMINI.E Thursday! .". H. at 1 30 pm '1 ''.
whelmed with sight-seers whywhere's selves at the depot'in good time. leaves of the forest Tuesday 12. at our CHEROKEE S.mtl.1f. 1?. at & 00 am :r.
Western Nations in the art of war as very remarkableand Friday '. 13. at 3 pm.... iKouunisALGONQUIN! : 21. at 73Jato' -;
The: it Kate? "We are very much obliged to yon says the noise was like the rush Monday.: .. H. at 3 pm.... ; Sunday .". 24. at 1039am a"Jednesdar. ';
Japanese, pointed out lathe I Where, indeed! The little lady had sir," said Westport, hesitatingly prof. ing of a great body of water and couldbe '\ : ... 20. .at 3pm .... SEMINOLE: Tuesday. at 12 0) m w:: ".
Friday .. .. ,
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tat 3pm3sa OHJ3ROKKE; .Thllr.-f1ar. 30pm ."
Rew York Sun, had far and away the I discovered a wicket gate, half hidden fering a coin as their guide bowed an heard at a distance of.a quarter ofa Tuesday a, *t :... IRO COIN >*nnday.Thursday.. Dec... \ At at 4 oo am .1 '

larder task of the two. Even in the among the laurels, with the key temporarily adieu at the platform steps. The mile. Dampler gives lively pictureof Friday 29. 3 p m. .... ALGONQUIN at 600 am .. '

.. matter of climate Formosa is worse left in the lock-but unfor- stranger flushed and tit his lip as if the rain at Gorgonio, off the coastof Philadelphia Charleston and Jacksonville j!:-

than Madagascar. The Black Flags tunately it was inside, and no reach annoyed-the next instant. he smiled. Panama, where, he says, when he s
ing or twisting of Kate's arm throughthe good. humoredly. and his men were drinking chocolate For the present and until further notice steamer '"Temassee" intended 11. ',

sad other irregular Chinese levies ironwork could get at it. "1 assure you it is quite unnecessary in '4he open air, it rained so heavily .to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from Charleston ; (.

"were more.formidable opponents! than "Where's the harm?" said saucy ,".he said, turning to the ladies, that some of them declared they could for.J;>hiIadeJphia, Sundays. Cloee connection made at Charleston with Clyde ij ; .'

the HoVas. The French employed 18,* Kate to herself. "It would be such as he waved the money carelessly not empty their calabashes, for they Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida p int& I i:?

4300 -men for a task which could havebeen' fun to climb over that fence. I've ,I aside. "The next time you visit Ashley could not drink up the water as fast as Also, Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia. : i;;

I I done it many a time when I was a Hall, ladies, I hope. to make it it fell into them. In many pa rts of '
carried out
t according to their school girl. What hurt can it possibly pleasanter to you." the tropics rain is a remarkably ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE. t '\

frH, + own officers, by 3000, backed by 1500 ( do the Grand Moeul of Ashley And he disappeared among the phenomenon' At Rio de Janeiro regular ij .

or 2000 Soudanese. They have lost Hall for us to look at his grounds? bushes. it is said that it used to be the fashion For 'Sanford!, Enterprise and Intarmediato Points on the Sf. John's River. : '

t' ; 000 by fever, aided by mismanage I He can't shut us up in prison for it." "Well!I" ejaculated the agent, who in invitations for the afternoon to 1 The Elegant Iron Sid .CITY' ,
.Wheel.Steamer OF JACKSONVILLE Cap }
She was one of those impulsive girls had surveyed the scene throughthe state whether the were : 2'
guests
ment Madagascar will be remembered.as to as- W. A. SHAW is
appoInted. to tail from Jacksonville
who never stop long to think--and round aperture in the ticket office, semble before or after the thunderstorm Sundays, I
Tonkin is by the people in the she slid up the iron barssquirrel-like, "'I s'posed he was in Paris. Why which came on Tuesdays and Fridays at 3 :3) p. .m., and from Sanford Mondays, .j :

.!ri; French provinces. The Japanese don't balancing herself on top. didn't yon say you knowed the. day at a particular hour.regularly every Wednesdays and Saturdays at.9:00 a. mJ! .Enterprise 9:3Q 8.. m. !i

do things in this bungling way. They "Kate I come down this instant I" squire?" At the Government cinchona plantations SOUTHBOUND-Read Down. SCHEDULE. NORTHBOUND-Read Vf. ., '

into cried her dismayed brother. "I know none of your squires," laid in Jamaica, on December 31 Leave,. 3 30 pm .... .................... Jnckflonvilla ....................... Arrive 3 30 am -i'; ;
threw 60,000 troops Formosa, But Kate only flashed a laughing Mr. West port. shortly advancing .. 8 45 pm ........................ Palatka ..... .......................1 Leave 800 pm ti11
ct and relieved their men SD cleverly 1885, 11.80 inches of rain fell in twentyfour 3 00 am ........r. .......,........................ eo 3 00 pm --w: ,,,,
; glance at him and sprang lightly from his tickets; while Kate, whose eye had hours, but this measurement 4 30 am ........................ St. Francis ....................... 130 pm ::;" 't
that none of the'soldiers was kept on her elevation. followed the tall stranger asked .. 6 30 am .........................Beresford ...t................... ... .. 12 noon '' ;t
: does not indicate the otal fall, as a 6 00) am ........................ Blue tp bogs...................u....... 'e 1130 am a
the island long enough to fall a victim Naughty girls never do prosper, in "Which of the Hall gardeners is gauge when read at the usual hour of Arrive 8 30 am ....................... SantosEnterprise......................... ... 900 am "';,
;V to the local conditions. The whole stories or out of them, so it righteously I that man?" 7 a. m. 'was found full and overflow ** 925 am ................. ...... : .......................... .. .* 930 amW' *'i
I
befel that Miss Westport, insteadcf "Nary one." said the t I .
agent; "it's ing. It is that unless
has not cost them half probable care Ceneral! Passenger and Ticket Office
campaign so alighting, as she had intended, Mr: Ashley !I" is taken to this L. 204 W. Bay street, JacksonvilleJohu
prevent occurringmany Howard Florida Freight Anent F.M.
Ironmonger Jr.,Florida
Passenger Anent
?1 many lives as the French have lost. upon a green border which followed "Mr. Ashley! ejaculated Miss very heavy falls are 'not fully V: foot Ho ao street Jackl oaTm., FU 2UI'W. Bay street,Jacksonville, Flu

Incompetency, blundering, lack of the serpentine windings of the graveled Westport. measured. On the crest of the Blue ffiate&yfcw York. A- '..<>?t + eneral ttiSSRZfSgi. N. Y. i

reparation, slowness in action-these walk, was abruptly' checked in "Mr. Ashley !" screamed Mrs. Mountains, on the same 'plantation, o.'tf..Egt r.Traffic Manager, J.j.. Leslie Superintendent aL
mid air' by the drapery of one sleeve Frank. t Bowling. Green,New York. foot Hoffan ftreet.'Jacksonville, Fl' <
things did not mark the work of the 31.50 inches fell in one weekof which D. D. C. Mmes: O.F.A..12 South Delaware Aveuue, Philadelphia. '
in the crest of the "Well Miss i
catching iron. Kate, said Frank, three days were tine.-GenUeman' WM. P. CLYDE
k Orient Americans fence : coolly, "I rather think you've got a Magazine & CO.- .Genera! Agents, f.

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Y i .. J.,:'T. &, K. W.' :railway, Saturday TO END,'-THat DIFFERENCES BETWEEN 'RICII'IIAUL.OI'TWrNCY All doubt .is now dispelled, 'as to '.. aY.
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,ITEMS' OF INTEREST GATHERED morning at 11 o'clocLOne :- whether New York ,will do the, hand- IT SEEMS .THAT TILE. ARMENIAN

I .'.' ''AT. RAN OX. of the trips outlined is for the [ AMERICA\ AND, ENGLAND' ., -THOUSAND, DOLLAUS.. seine thing at the Atlanta exposition.An "31 ASS ACRE. } WILL' CONTINUED:: '!!:f
delegation from the west to rendezvous ., enthusiastic 'meeting of the'committee ";!;.
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at ,Chicago and Cincinnati and on 'plan and scope was held I .J4 vt:,".
News from all Parts of the State meet at Chattanooga or Montgomery While England's Attention Is Occu- The: Wells Fargo:Krepress: Company; Tuesday ,afternoon, at"which ,it 'was !I \ '.li. ,
and those from the east to rendezvous decided full The Porte.Treats Communications. ,
Summarized. pied by the Eastern Troubles. 'Were the:Victims. unanimously to fiend a t ,
at New York Washington and meet representation of business men to Atlanta the Powers: with Mockery.. >:
i at Richmond and all reach Jackson -- to do the honors of their city on .__ -
Fire started in the W. B. :McKigon ville a week before the meeting. From In diplomatic circles 'at Washington Tho Wells-Fargo Express Company. Manhattan day, November 25th. M' a tEach ;
.Company's store, the Provis Fleming Jacksonville it is proposed to arrangean it is believed that the agitation of the was robbed 'at the SantA Fe depot, at The delegation which is composed' clay shows the situation el' :

and Band building, at Kissiamee; !, excursion to Sanford. over the J.- powers. over the eastern question ends Colorado Springs, Col., about 10 of the cream of New York's citizen- Iff'&irs.at. Constantinople to be growing' .
at an early hour last Wednesday morn- ''T. k K. W. ; to Tampa and the lower all danger of conflict between the o'clock Monday night. ship, ,will be headed by Mayor Strong, more threatening. The reply of ,the
ing, burning the buildings occupied I west coast over the S.,F. &:; W..railway United States and Great Britain over Twenty thousand dollars was Bent who will have celebrated squadron"A" porto to the communications, sent. toil -, G
by the Mackinson grocery store, A. I ; to Ocala And the phosphate belt the enforcement of the :Monroe doc- from Denver to the First Nation as his escort This ,company in after the meeting of the embassa- '
Petit's bakery and +Dr. Lewis' office over the F. C. &-P.'railway; to Palat- trine. bank of Colorado Spring early iu the held highly in esteem by New Yorkers dare last, Monday has been awaitedwith .
; : and, residence.; Tin loss is estimated ka over the Florida Southern railway; It thought that if the state' department afternoon. This'money was in currency and many of them are men of high interest, as in the note the representatives -
at $3,000; fully iasured. up the Ocklawaha and back, and then presses the matter at this of small d-nominations and was received position and wealth. It is a cavalry of the'powers used muehr
,d' : to St. Augustine over the East Coastline time to a speedy conclusion a peaceable about four o'clock"an(} too lute organization and will take its quota of stronger language than heretofore, :}

1 ; ,Fire broke o tin the general merchandise in time for the meeting, and after victory will be won by the United to be delivered to the bank. The four I mounts in palace stock cars. The com- and. positively insisted upon being i
; 'store of George Anderson, at I I the meeting down the East Coast line States. England has her hands full to o'clock package containing the money pany will also take its mounted band, immediately informed as to what y
Punta Gorda, last Wednesday 'morn- to Palm Beach and other points in the hold her own with other powers. If Was placed it the depot safe and both numbering sixty pieces.No steps the Turkish government intended .. a
king. Heroic efforts were made to 'exit state. The excursionists are supposedto the division of Turkey is imminent, doors locked., There was nothing to effort has been made to make to tuke for the restoration of order
tinguish but to"no avail: ,The, wind arrive in Jacksonville over the and with war threatened on the'conti- indicate its value. Evidently the Manhattan "day one of revelry'and in the disturbed province of tail
was blowing and the Herald, buildingwas Georgia Southern and Florida, the nent, it is likely that she would go a I thieves knew of its existence. When wild popular demonstrations. In fact, Minor.
sooq in flames. The residence of i r Plant System and,the F. C. & P. rail- long way to avoid embroilment with train No. 6 came in about 9:13, there all such suggestions have met with The porte, replying to the i en\ ca1'. a
the United States. Her interests in the of notes of the ambassador of '
John Gill -was the next; to catch and I were other packages aboard with currency prompt discouragement on part Germany
then the" Georgia' hotel. All the way.They will come to Florida one thousand the east, it is argued, are so much to the umouut of S3 ,0)0.: con- leaders, although there have been Austria and Italy, simply said that information -
houses were completely destroyed: strong, and as nearly all are editors greater that she could well afford to signed to the tamo bank. These packages warm advocates of such"a plan. The regarding the scheme for "
The; losses are'as follows: G. A. An- of papers they will exert a great forego her claims of very doubtful were 'lehvered to the agent and idea seems to prevail that Manhattan reform in Armenia would be forwarded
derson. $16,000, no insurance; building influence in the matter of attracting value and validity in Venezuela. It is placed in the safe with the other. After day shall be celebrated decorously,and to the representatives of the powers r
: $900; '${OO insurance; Georgia visitors and securing settlers the custom of all nations who make a I the train bad* departed, the agent, elegantly as befits the dignity of a "without delay." In other words '
,hotel, $2,000 no insurance; Gill ,residence point of the practice of diplomacyand George Krout, went to the platform to great city. Nearly all the names en- these three ambassadors, at least hara j4
POWDERLY CANNOT VOTEIn especially of Great Britain, to,seize straighten the trucks which were tered thus far are men of prominence, obtained no satisfaction at aIL Ik i* ,10 ''
4 .,.,$1,300. .; insurance. $600. such an opportunity as is now presented standing there, and when he returnedto 'both in the business and the social not yet known, if the notes ofthe ambassadors -

.. ,;"4' the General Assembly of the to the United States to secure a sat- the office be was met at theduor, by world and it is doubtful if such I a of Groat Britain Russia and }
Judge'W. A. Hocker, in charging Knights of Labor. isfactory settlement of disputes. It is I two masked men with drawn revolv large body of men of like character France ha been, : replied; but,it i*, :1
the grand jury of.Putnam,'called their In the general assembly of the understood that Mr. Olney ally! appreciates I ers. ever left New York or any other cityat presumed that they were also assured* '
attention tothe necessity of establishing Knights of Labor in session at Wash- the situation! and is endeav- They Got X20,000. one time in the history of the coun- that their requests for.information regarding jI'.,<
,county poor house in Putnam, ington the proposition to reduce the oring to make the most of it. I The package containing the $20,000 the proposed reforms wotjlflc 'ii'
- and suggested to I them that it would per capita tax.from 2 cents per monthto The question that Spain may cede I was demanded, and the agent was com- try.More than 1,200 have already 'en- be complied with,without delay.** -:- ,;
be:the cheapest way of caring for, the 1 cent was defeated, the drift of the Cuba to Great Britain rather than let pelled to open? the s'fe and give it up. gaged passage from New York city I Surprise is expressed even by the- '
? poor of the county. He cited instances i argument going to show the organization it fall under the influence of the (j The agent said, nothing about the re- alone and 500 from Brooklyn. This diplomats of Constantinople, who expect '
4 where counties in Virginia had realized needed the money thus derivedfor United States, which is made in cable I j maining packages and the robbers left will require twelve trains of eight almost anything from the portsv .
', a revenue from such farms:' He the institution of new assemblies dispatches of Saturday morning, it is at once. The standing rewards of coaches each. Ample room is to be at the!\action of the sultan in sanction ..;
said that he had advised the establishment and the propagation of the general not thought much of,- for the same $3,000 each for information of the arrest allowed and, expenses: are not to be ing the official note.issued Monday M i
"of such farms.provide for the work of the order. It was also thought reason of England's eastern complica- I I of the robber holds good and the considered. <) cabled exclusively in The Associated 'f ';k
I poor in different counties in his $judicial that this tax was not so heavy but tions, if for no other reason. England I amount will undoubtedly) increased. Press,expressing: abdul Hasrid'a thank
!k, district, and maintained that they that it could be borne easily by the surely doesn't want to add anythingmore grout says that when he entered the. BETTER WAGES IN SIGHT. for the '/energetic:measures taken "bj'
k could be'kept'up and-the poor cared members until the organization was on to her troubles. Lord Salis f office, after performing his duties outside i the imperial authorities""in "suppr".i
for very,much more, effectually,and at 'a. firmer footing. bury's desire to establish a friendly two men, one tall, the other : Ten Thousand Iron Workers Are to ing" the disturbances in,Asia Mine'pa's:
V. ., much less'expenle than the countiesexpend The' constitution was amended so as alliance with this country, it is surmised short, confronted, him with revolvers Get an Advance. I assorting! that "order has now been .
for their'paupers. to take from the past general master was influenced by the situation pointed at his head and commandedhim At the quarterly conference just I restored'in all the districts' recently '",'
,' workman the right to vote in the which he must in ended in Pittsbnrg, Pa., between ** "
".'. gen saw develop Turkey. to throw up his hands. Badly representatives tho scene of riots and, conflicts, and ,
-\ Delta City. eral assembly, but permitting him to This country will put no fingers in that frightened he obeyed. He was then or- of the Amalgamated Association adding that "precautions have bees' '<<' "ii,
The newly-created town on the line retain bin seat as! an advisory member, pie except: to protect American ,citi- dered to open'the safe. of Iron and Steel Workers, taken to insure the maintenance.or ;
of Orlando and Lake :counties' Delta with authority to participate in all debates zens, and even if compelled to join With trembling hands he slowly' and John Jarrett, secretary of the ." oj.'m':
" City, by name, is steadily growing in Mr. Powderly, although now other nations in chastising the Turk, turned the combination. When the. Iron ,and Sheet Steel Manufacturers ,Mocking the Powers. -' :;
! population and;'prominence. Mr; F. under suspension, is the official thus would-ask for no part in the partitionof door swung open Krout explained. Association, it'was discovered that, This really looks like mocking hw s. '
f,4 B. Mnnshaw, a', .representative: of the deprived of the vote,in question. He the empire, but the moral influenceof that there was only one package' according to the provisions of the ambassadors and is,second ia',!importance ,.1l
r Delta is not present and it was expressly the friendship of this disinterested sliding wage scale, the selling pricesof '
1 City Improvement company, has one there and reaching in, he picked up only to I the snub ,administered 1-;
1i just returned from Grand ,Rapids,. stated that no feeling of animosity to government, it is thought wouldbe ,an envelope containing $20,000, which I finished material during the post by the'sultan to:Great Britain in decorating \y
:, Mic ., and while there he, contractedto ward Mr. Powderly actuated the as beneficial to England in any con- he handed to the short man. I ninety days justified an advance of 2 Bahri Pasha and, giving bin.: : "f '*'
i: get over one ,hun red neW'lettlerl', sembly. The new rule will apply in flict that may occur over the eastern He then closed the heavy door. per cent in the wages of employes in the command of. the, troops ,going is < }
and negotiations are now pending for the same manner to Mr. Sovereign question. The robbers, seeming satisfied that this r department of iron manufacture., Zeitoon, after he had been rem }
: running cheap excursion 'from the when he retires one year hence: It was Altogether, it is argued that eventsare the agent told the truth, stepped away The wages of twelve thousand work, from'a governorship at the instance < .. *
, \ latter place tia Orlando,in A few:weeks. said that if apast master workman'had falling out fortunately for Mr. Ol, from 'the safe. Krout's action in men are advanced. This involves every the British ambassador; 'Sir Pt d
The owner of,the land upon which tho the proper standing in his own jurisdiction ney and the luck may give the ad. handing the $20,000 package through sheet iron mill in the country. Carrie, for his' ill treatment of r
,J :. : city is, located, is CoL Lemuel H. hid district would send him as ministration a victory which mightnot the doors of the cafe saved tho com- A conference is now being held be- :n emails.As It
t ,. Davie, a very wealthy resident Or- an accredited delegate and the present be so easily attained under different pany $35,003. tween the iron paddlers and manufacturers to order being restored in 'thj ,?
lando., The city is located on the I provision of the constitution was for circumstances. Considerations Put Krout: to Bed. of Mahoning valley. The indications districts, it need'only;: be said that th.i
r4 northern side of the reclaimed Apopka I that reason unnecessary. similar to those expected to influencethe Tho robbers ordered trout to undress are that the wages of the ten mobilization of about 150,000 troops i '
A;' saw-grass lands, the richest farming action of Great Britain as to Ven- himself antI get into bed. After thousand puddlers and finishers will be to'be sent to these: districts is 'pro-;, :
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I and grazing lands in the state. Colonel ezuela to satisfactory advanced from $4.25 to $4.50: per the Tnrkiabi
I KNIGHTS OF LABOR may operate secure a he had dond? so, one of the rob pressing as actively as
': Davis,had"sly the work done at his settlement of tbe'Waller case bers took pains to see that the quilts week. government can push such an undertaking .
!:. own expense ,and now he is'lookingafter Hold Their Nineteenth Annual Assembly with France. The dispatches from and comfort were drawn tightlyover MISS WHITNEY A BRIDE. ,, hampered as U'is by lack of r
; I settlers. la Washington. Paris that this case is being earnestly Kront'a head and tucked cloven it funds and the 'ino mpetency of its- ;
, ''- The nineteenth annual convention pressed are construed to indicate that When Krout plucked to Wedded at New York to 3Ir. Almerlc officials.. .4':
.1 : up onrage J
( A N'ewlndnstl'7 for Inverness. of the General Assembly Knights.of Mr. Olney is availing himself of the jump oat of bed and go outside there Paget F

'i ,t, Senator: Albert Williamson is ex Labor began: at Washington Tuesday. situation in that matter, also.FLAMES was no one in eight. Au alarm vfaa The marriage: of Miss Papline Payne TRADfc TOPICS.,
hibiting a sample of a peculiar muck The sessions will continue for about I given and by 11 o'clock posies 'were Whitney to Mr. Almeric Paget was ....- t.
3.." being dag'from the bottom of ,Tsala ,ten days, but all business transactedat IN MERIDIAN scouting the vicinity of the depot solemnized at New York Tuesdaynoon. Previously Reported Advances ia:
,! "';." ."... Apopka lake, in, Citrus bounty, by F. the meetings will be guarded with -- in the eastern outskirts of tho -town, The marr.age: occurred at. St. Prices Hade Been Che kecJ.BraJstreet' .
I. 0.. Fishborn, president of the Central the utmost secrecy, not even the Consume Three Entire Blocks of Bus.. but no traces of the robbers Will Thomas church. report on business 0091 ,
i i '.;' Peninsular Mack Mining and Manufacturing ,Knights of Labor,. other than the del iness Houses. :. I found. The bride who is the daughter of ditions for the past week says: ..
4. :o Company. The Bpeomen? I egates or alternates being allowed ad- The most destructive fire that has Wm. C. Whitney\ former secretary of "The interruption of general tnd$
.
; !,S. shown;was taken from beneath a three- mission. ever visited :Meridian, Miss., occurred I FOR CHAINQANQ REFORM. the navy is a greet favorite in society throughout the _',country ,incident ft
,'k L ip,7."> 'foot la'er.oordinary; !: muck. Ordinary A grand reception and banquet will Sunday night. As a result three Gov. Atkinson Sends a Message to hi New York, Washington, London, the election has been emphasized %g
*;, a ,.1 much contains a great deal of sand. be held Saturday evening, on which squares in the business portion of the the Legislature. and Paris. Thu groom is the younR-r unusually mild weather which cheek?

, :, it> This muck seems, to contain none, occasion addresses will be made by city are a' mass of smoldering ruins, Governor Atkinson sent impor- est son of the late General Lord Alfred demand !or clothing, heavy weight
't "' but appears to be prominent knights. and the an Paget who was personal aid decamp textiles and other ,
: .:: pure'vegeta.- ;! sash and blind factory, the tant to the I seasonable good
special general assembly
tl;' ble matter. .g gelUtinized."_ lamp General Master Workman Sovereign pride of Meridian, and by far the most message The to the Queen and grandson of Except for iron,'steel and cotton,,tie',
41 j='r \ of ,it, when pressed with the expresses himself as being very much important factory in her manufacturing deals Tuesday with the morning. treat-message the first Marquis of Angelsea. larger portion of advances in price. 6f \
''- thumb, awel1V back.'tj:<
i' i shape. A knifo,blade shaves it 'with. order. He thinks the progress of the the large plant of this concern situ- counties of the state and is based Cleveland, Secretary Daniel Laainnt- last has largely disappeared. Anttfi- ,,
out,.striking.ar grain *'of grit. The Knights of Labor is more marked'at ated on the corner of Fifth street and the of made upon Secretary of the Navy Herbert, Governor patio s' of a continuance; of advance m
.,i 1, :, '" shavings resemble particles of glue or present than ever before, and that the Twenty-eighth avenue, and ,the Ship- Hon.report R. F. an inspection assistant by and Mr Morton, Sir Julian prices tad demand this :year, the 'oilj,
f :; ,?i India rutoer :The thinnest. shaving increase of membership in the face of pers' Compress warehouse, with over of Wright, formerly The Pnuncefote, and member of the British growth of the activity of two and three,
the
!,t",, 1 is black.and opaque even between hard times is exceedingly gratifying.One 3,000 bales of cotton contained keeper is follows penitentiary.. message Embassy and Dr. Chauncey M. months ago,.hav| met with disappointment -
: iridescent flight 'and 'the eye. An of the important subjects to be\ therein, was almost, if not totally, de- EXECUTIVE as OFFICE: Nov. 12 1895. Depew. ._. But there is little reason far '
if' '\ analysis'IsTjatd J to have shown that it discussed at the convention will be the stroyed by the fire, and a number of GENTLEMEN OP THE GENEBAL, ABSEUBLT, : THE O'BRIEX SUIT DI UISSEO. the reaction in settlement by' many 7 ?
'};i il': ', ,contains an unusually large proportion attitdde of the members of the order bales of cotton in the farmers' ware- In communication to in -- who discuss business conditions. -,The
(:.. ; ,of ammonia. The bed from which it toward political parties during the house are badly damaged.It 1894 I my recommended that yon be He Embezzled the Princely Sum sentiment] of traders generally is tba&
!"y t t, : I' came' is practically! inexhaustible, be- next national campaign. While the is impossible to tell as yet the made: for state supervision provision of misde- of $76,000. the outlook promises an active spriajptrade t
l r\SJ ing hr6 o let, thick, and covering a populists have embodied many of the total loss, but it is believed that the meanor convicts. After the adjourn- The litigation growing out of the and with the holiday season will
l,, Y :".1 ,large pfeifcm of Ttola Apopka. The principles of the Knights in their plat- loss on the sash and blind factory will ment of the general assembly reports defalcation of M. J. O'Brien in the prove satisfactory.
't. 't'' ;' compaq' now< building) A plant at form, the latter think that in view of reach $150,000, with about $35,000, reached me touching the managementof sum of $76,000 had an end at Chattanooga "Bank ,clearings throughout ,&he r
It 'Inverness; the roof'elf: which will'cover their voting strength, the recognition or more, of insurance. This concern these convicts which indicate sucha Tuesday in the dismissal of the United States for the week aggregated

'$. f:4: two and a half acres. It will operate should go further. A large number of gave employment to nearly 200 met. state of affairs,that I felt it my duty, suit of the New York Fidelity and 81,221,000.000gain of 3.5 per cent '
, 'f. ', three.'Booep.dred es. The muck will delegates are on hand. The loss on ,cotton, building and as the chief executive of the state, Casuality Company against M. J. over the preeeeding week. The falling '
J > ', 'be mixed with soft phosphate and put compress machinery will reach over charged with the obligation to see to O'Brien et al. off during tho week in comparisonwith
M IY1;./- upon the market as?a special, brand of THE STRIFE IS OVER. $150,000 with a goodly portion of it the proper enforcement of the law, to O'Brien was the supreme treasurer the like total in' 1892, .when then .
r.I Yfertilizer.', -- covered by insurance. It is openly investigate and place before facts of the Catholic Knights of America, volume of business was very heavy, to- '
you
":;-1 t : I1 4 New Orleans Screwmen Will Work charged that the starting of the fire in showing the true state affairs, as the but disappeared after the embezzle- less than 5 per cent. It is to snob exhibits
:f Y k. t,< FOR:THE NATIONAL EDITORS. for the Stevedores.The the Shippers' warehouse was the workof subject might be intelligently consid- ment, living in New York in the guide 03 thie, together with greatlyincreased '
I labor troubles affecting the ship incendiary and the affair will of bro The the railway earnings, the heaviest -
.'ti't; :. 'Arrangements for the. National I<:dl: an ered and wisely acted upon by you. a or. plaintiffs were
it.s'f\'a'; torlal. Association Meeting. traffic of New Orleans may be considered be thoroughly investigated. To perform this important work, I foreign bondsmen of the defaulter, iron and steel production on record..
r' as finally ended. After'about a \ engaged the Hon. R. -Wright, who they paying the order$15,000. Judgment widespread advances of wages and f
; the
; "A meeting transportation committee for cotton and
year's turmoil the screwmen's association had faithfully and efficiently performedthe was, partly secured by a second prices cotton goods-
ri \ of the Florida State Press
'!i ,: elation acso- have decided to allow members of MUCH IRON CONSUMED. duties of assistant keeper of the lien on property given in trust by ?promising prosperity during the coming -
and the
4 general passenger the season that those should look wbq
association to work for the steve- O'Brien but which local bondsmen '
on
the term of
penitentiary during
., : '.,( : ":. gents of the railroad lines centering dores. The Production Is Not Equal to What immediate predecessor to visit each my had a prior lien. The present suit have felt only disappointment in. thd
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in
'fj'Y.: : Florida, was held at Jacksonville af It will be remembered that soon after the Trade Demands. camp in the state where misdemeanor was to obtain for tho plai a tiff a a proportionate falling away of demand since septenn
1 ', w,days ago to arrange the itinerary the riots on the levee' last spring The Iron Trade Review of the past convicts were worked and make a share of the proceeds of the ber. '
,
f.V 1 for the of the National Editorial I I
trip "The feature of the business
t r which resulted in a split between the week says: When it is considered that thorough investigation and report to property sale.GOLD were
ty ,association the I
; state.
) / through
eastern cities ira-
larger
'" !'crewmen and the stevedores the screw- the furnaces of the country are pro- among iaan
: '$ f{" = ', Tho4$ we sent- at\the meeting were men organized an association of their ducing at the yearly rate of nearly 11- I me.This task he has partially completed, DISAPPEARING.Now proved demand for textiles with ist
.\ l{ /T.J.Appl yard;of the fotdChrlnl- wn for the purpose of loading and 600,000 tons of pig iron: and that at and I herewith send his report creased strength ,in iron at Pittsbnrjl
'i4 kMT41 :'ele; John Frank, of- the Southern you Notch since after the recent reaction. At cities ix)
Down to the Lowest
unloading ships, and at the sam'e time the beginning of the month the consumption upon the visited. It reveals
!
4 Tonrist Jacksonville T. T. Stockton camps
; the central western states moderate
Last March.
prohibited of its members from was in excess of this rate, a ?
any such inhuman'and barbarous conduct
'J': Ji ; t" :of'the Jacksonville Times-Union as receiving employment from the'steve- the inherent strength of the situation: upon the part of some of those engaged The actual gold reserve Saturday af- volume of business is reported without
v .. p roxy for a B. Pendleton, of Key dores. The screwmen's company have becomes apparent in spite of the evidence in working this class of conTicta ternoon was less than $89,500,000. material change, complaints being

,f ; JV est, } resident. ,of the State Press as- been unable to give work to all screw- of weakness that appears in the that comment by me is unneces- The official figures given out;. at 2 most .numerous from Cincinnati. .. A,
itil ,wciatioof, and T. J. Appleyard, as men and in consequence a large number limited business of the past few weeks. sary to induce to act promptly to o'clock put the reserve at $91,823,039, fair business is reported from'Chicago
,proxy of H. J.Drane; D. G. Ackprl 7, of them were forced to remain idleor Returns from the district producingthe save our state from you longer submittingto but from this must be taken,one and a in shoes and rubbers, owing to tlw-
r! ,. general passenger agent of the J.. T. seek employment in other lines of bulk of the country's Bessemer this burning shame. quarter million withdrawn Friday and weather conditions.. Louis report-
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MacDonell: industry. The sorewmen are skilled iron shows increasing production, no There is but one remedy for the de- ,one million one hundred and thirty- a larger volume of trade, while ct
:: :. Pusen8er laborers and the decision they have at stock on hand and continued weaknessin plorable conditions now existing and four thousand dollars taken out Saturday Kansas City the opposite ia true, owing-.
;ft.i &: P..\olUrot.d".al" d Joseph Richardson, last made' gives general satisfaction. price, though consumption is at the that is through state supervision, by which had not been deductedby to, the consequence prolonged dry
t I general passenger agent 6f the\ Florida All will now be able to go to work at highest rate yet attained. which uniform treatment can be required the treasury bookkeepers. This is weather lost month. Similar adviceear*
: 3\1.. JUt CLaat line; G. .A. .McDoald, genseal their trade and at the same time ends under one set of rules enforcedby. the lowest notch reached by the treasury received from Omaha. At Milwaukee,
:. PaMeoger agent of the, G. 8. a: F., a condition of affairs which was harmful I our penitentiary department. I since last :March. Minneapolis St.Paul general trad*'
; ,together 'with W. H. Lucas, Florida to labor. and shipping interests. I Still Figuring on a Fight. ask that give this valuable report, is quiet, in part: owing to the mUd
you
; K I Passenger agent, and D. G. Hall traveling I Fitzsimmons and Julian arrived at which I submit to careful Receiver of the N. &W.Road. weather. Grain continues to mar
,f. patsenger agent of the Georgia San Antonio, Texas,'last Friday. Julian consideration DOW and to the subject you, Cincinnati special says; Judge freely to Dulatlr; and lake traffic COJt-
,
Bouthern and Florida Belgian Cashier Absconds. said he received upon Fink tinues active. At the south
unreasonably
railway. a telegram from which it bears, that, attention whichits Taft has appointed Henry receiver -
,; f' 'After *ia ,discussion ripen the ad- The cashier of the j&ciete Generale Dan Stuart saying he had made satis- importance demands. The of the Norfolk and Western warm weather is complained of
':,5 jf j "lability of arranging a, tour of the bank at Brussels, Belgium, has ab- factory arrangements for a battleground made to each special railroad on petition of the Mercantile and in"some instances,there are report
: : state'before or after thomeetingof the sconded, leaving a deficit in his accounts between Corbett and Fitzsim report visited, gives* in me detail upon the results camp of Trust Company, of New York,holding of decreased demand for staples, 14 .

"ett I awciation.on. motion of G. D. Akerly, of,500,000 francs. When it mons. Julian said Fitzsimmons had Mr. Wright's investigation and is sub-4 $16,000,000 mortgage bonds. Fink on the whole tho prospect favors am-
If.\t.1r&I decided that members the was discovered that he receiver active spring trade. Mercantile collections
: the Of was missing a signed a new agreement to fight Cor- I ject to inspection by such .committee had already been appointed
'1 tt;!d9mmtttee;4 other'than the general warrant was issued for his arrest. It bett at El Paso for a pursa of $20,000 as have in charge legislation ,for the Fidelity Trust Company, of are improved in a numb
'r! .: P seDger agents of the railroads, meet is supposed that his defalcation was hung up by Stuart, and a side bet of this may subject.W. upon Philadelphia, holding other mortgage of instance longstanding account 8
':, ii**|*rrange an itinerary I through the caused by speculation in gold mines. $10,000. Y. Amssox, Governor. bonds. Icing paid;" *
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seemly'combat,that ha* been i in'prog-.j y an enthusiastic: :'newsp ]' >r,.-friend : & 0E". j'S'---' : ytrmY RT. ,. ,., k -..

;{ i t .resVbetweenVjlkinson'; Gallon one for th"< Vnjtei'l 1. Statr'wnati\ ', will' Five ye vs ago fewpersons in America ,1 I : : : .phr: I '14 .. (): 8 U ( ,", 1'-
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f'" ;& \ tUhe _
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1 takekindly lie
proposition "lDoD's'Tonlc'IT.er .,. '. 'I. '
f '. ,%,, '. GOJP4T. I hand and ,4 .few pujitipian) ; ,pu) the qsv'hodsthe' f had'heard of. ", ., Office\rlib'i':
; iiberoQr highest office within ; and Ra Don'$ : '
Pilla ,
'. f S <$. 11l'1- fJ.
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nt. the. n-av iiV, the senateUovV the'brsttiVftl ftf' the ; ,L' :I! .' ; T_ .
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J 11ATTH&W&nd)J ,If: : '1.Eft't -t- ,people, enjoying Tonic 'P I1et., To-day they .1'f,., I ;&}-
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,b} 8rand; ProprIetOr'!..: :- : occupied by' ,Mr.. till) and thf:"h"pprs'of' which his, liftipr. *jl are used in thousands of h Usehol &. '5 ii.:!! !' ::':;:;.;p. t ti rp', i'1.VE'.; IIi D.-.' .-. 1f.}
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t 'there' is a ,strong 'Pt mpnt' among n\biti : is realized, and' forsaking; \' What has worked this change. ? 5 1:"'_: LJ 1 ,OFnq AT-J.'{.;'QASKIKS'. pWP iTtt; f :
f
tf < : BtfTJO therank\and file .of the in which tP engage in; the turmoil of ':Four different things. -, ..
t -. Y# pry Disease of Womew .rdl.lWm( a f >t.
,tl ..:. ..!......... .....;. !..,."!..1I1.OB fvnr'of thin exalted aplive poIiiicH, \\'u11Idj; r hnr.hly>.iou; 1. This is not,simply liver, pill Tirty, Tfan.rE. ..-: Kf t'r'z -o..A'iI; )I':
raising
.' ,tl NOfltha. : ... .;._....!..........,. .,..,....,. .D posittion a nature: nttujunl to less discordant' ( but an'entire, treatment.. s T ARIq ,- -= '' ..jt-t'

r" : "' '-""...000tbl.n.ft.- '' "..!!.....,.,..,,., .,, .IS. ;',abovq, the: )incessant clamor' u)ti'tlatI, tu| ,incessant din pf lac- is a complete substitute (ova physician /" S S l', ,;-.;.:,'

),;;.;j ;''1' and strife pf' 'factionalism. Jt, i 114 ti lllal'partisatiisiti.Pesacola'Nets.Jt in liver'troubles. r J, I..fR.&pE.. -. i, "jb."f'.;...

;i bbPostce. at SarkeY11S' 'see- se l1ejdnttliat, 'to 'reach this most : i ilii UK early yet to j-ix-dict<H a) t':.:' !
.j< : + ntcIu MAtter' > any degree. of certainty who will he ianu msdidnu.iJ'ed separately'ould 5" m
"" ; : "" happy termination IP a'long ,and W.. 1'*; >
o fjj:1-: ;, ;he next United States"senator frym "' cost to 750! tAt
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.' 59 STARl, 'lit.t&}
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}44kFIa. ; ; Noy20. # .. 1$9 unpleasant strife the party must Fun Klorida.j! There arp a number of 3. The remedy works: gently and: r..ooi.,, 1 j.
: Np. Jo".BJ .
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t fr tnl\fr. .Call and !lit t' assail denu )>!i Iii '1 : ) state are not violently. .- .._..... ,t.:
': antS 'to whnse capable of representing the peoplen feeling of Wakness but makes you 1...' J. FIELDS,' _::O' ':1_, '
8 i4 ;'i -go 1pbingei1I: : a man. very nature : .. r -.- cr J, 'Jlt".
.
.'aIitbat woI I ell s uggestft higher and nohler things i the upper I house of congress. feel steadily better: from the first day, MAMttJ' A '
j J J hie.; .believe. ;n ? These, men have nany'frends who '... 4. It is absolutely Jutrmles*.. Sick orwell RICI FThI1IL : \'

; when:.' Kentucky"went reptabican. tban'a.; participation in the, in es. will, doubtless! later on take occasion -. it cannot ,be a' bad.thing.to? TATELE9SS gent tOf Camp oa'. DrIk. U (. ,

'i J. ( jirobabiy comforting to, the s ant din of; factional,.,parti a .m. to urge the claims of their fa take as :it.:purifies' the blood. .anc3. ,< TA1UflS. 1\' \ ,
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3aeeat* .o f ,Kentucky ,to know. I t will not; be surprising, therefore, V ontea.Any' democrat who has tones up the whole systemVhynottryUCorthoseoccasional. CH'ILLTL1'N.IC : "'-0 ,,, iJtJ' >:
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'It .h : lome .good has, come out of i f, the sentiment' j in: favor of the ah ambition to reach the senate \ W., N, MEACk4riW ... J)',
; should he given fair headaches? It will stop them. "'i' :r'' JirAVCtJON
perfectly
,, 1 1 fft.t, derCiat: ,, p.assing ,of .the' ,senatorial turmoil, 3 At&dealers,or maU.for 2fio..0 box.$1.OO., ; : ,: $
.' ;t'. "' .. 11"i."' : _----:- which, has 'a foundation in the heart showing. He should be judged as BRQWN MFQ. CO., New York ... : T "" .p'\:, :

t ; 1lft: cenL isSUe the' Metropolis nearly .as possible for what be is u : L'l'fNJ' .,' ". ,"'!''*" ,iI; ;'
& of democrat wbo'1s' desirous "! .L : ,
..:.-, Florida every worth, or in other words his fitness For Sale by.J L GASKIXS S I '!
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.,_.... .icL1fl1. ;h to.1ecture.; o if party unity, centralizes npQn i for the posit.ion.Ve presume 1 ;' : .__ ,
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.;;( .. editor* : bo make "ill-natured fudge :LHdon!, who,' as the TELEGRAPH 1 there' 'ix' not'a democrat in the state Don't Tobacco Spit 'I I IS JUST AS GOOD FOR ADUL 1'& IJ."fS. ':..8J't. :"! :.
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Rings'at i contemporaries. 'r 'e who the competency 'of .=r' .-. <>00'
WARRANTED. '
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questions PS3CE5OctS ,
,. has before remarked, enjoys Or smoke your life away is the truthful ; ; J ,;; ::. ;
t 'iwcjtcia1.reprehensible one, but Judge Liddon, It is apparent, how- startling title of book nboqt NorTo'Bac,' GALATIA.ItLS.,Nov.1G 1S33.mrlslledlclns I. .:,.: "' .. '"--t "r' ..> 'h<",II'Lll.'E -.
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he distinction -
of '
J"- rv being lie only Co.. til.Louis: MOo t .. '
: forthepnrnan4 to be delivered t. by, ever, that the News hops hp will the h&rmless. guaranteed Tobacco habit GeQUemcn-We sold Ir.sS TMT. rot botUaa otClioVE'S t. 't .
: Lj man in public life in Florida who not be a candidate. It'1t not a TASTELESS: CUCU. TOIJIC nad have .
aipapVjhnt has persistently houndP4 cure that braces up nicottnizcd nerves ought three groM nlcwsfiy this year. In til o.r*s- :. AItI.. J&fi'i
has a united; party at bis,back. difficult matter to see why the uerieiice of 14 years. !a the tfjas bttslness. he.yenoy'r .
: '& .' perststenlly hounding the eliminates: the nicotine poison mnke'weq1 told on art iclo that tr vo;such rcivarsal BaUs ," 29., Kq1baar ."...$ q-
edr ?? News Liddon. The ,
'101; We do not believe with the News opposes Jndge factiQA. IL5 your Tonic.For YQ3trt1y: '
: men gain strength. vi'r and man .l. :fEY'.C.titn lI;co. @.re..a..4. .
legs/Vt' Us nearest neighbor, as reason assigned i the News '
: by why
: f that I fudge Liddon'x life's ambitions 'hood. You run no physical or financial Ssilo by anprng: j ts. J.j K DjiVIS COq .
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( has done and IS.rf. Judge Liddon shoijld not be a Candidate J' tl
i fully! realised in the enjoyment risk, a* No-TfI-Uuc| is sold by J. L. Gas- e. _---I. :
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fact : '
: ,Is iqconsisteDt as a matter of a :
\ doing,! sublimely-. of the honors of the sacred trust strong ;argument in his favor.( If kins under. H honk guarantr lfn-e. in Address ewe or Sterling moneyrefunded. LAND $:uvYiNe; '

: ;it .THE 'rXi-EGijAP; ; learns that a that has already been committed the Judge should succeed to the Remedy Co.. Nw Ymk IIr ChitBgo.For You '--.5 .,

|j t.* 'n amberof; our farmers will experi. to his keeping. Like any other senate it. js not probable, from his sale' i,> J. L. Gaskn-.s. Can Get (ipvernnient Field, Notes 'set
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record that he would iF Ferry's Seeds at your dealers in Locating Latnls. '

',.,. : ,.nient with". tobacco', during the coming man,who hat placed the best qual in past the turmoil, of active "engage politics Acts at once never faiN. Unehal1te: V/ yougottherndlreetfromfery'a as fresh and fertlla as though -..... .

'l1i: year. We are-glad to, note the ties of his head and heart in the which would jar harshly on a nature Cough! Cqre. A remedy fur asthma and! r arms. Drainage and lrrJRati"n' S.r trms p.

.t; -j 3owthof: the, plan, ,of diversifying execution of hjq duty to his people attuned to less discordant notes t that feverish condition which; aconmp.iuiesa LaniJscalGArli. '.A ?, 'IHK-\", wt..frmigtuic'c., #(;000 instrunicuts. -

< :. .crops- and hope that' oar farmers and his state he would, undoubtedly) than the incessant din of factional: severe cold. The only U'lnnUMSremedy thtth .. ."'.E.p1P.cRtx.S ,
that produces |aimetli.itc nsulfs.Starke \ I; &11'1."'; tie.. I'
partisamsm. Judge Liddon has ,_ _
:willmake the experiment with to. i be rejoiced by an acknowledgment are -5-------5-_=- ---
not been many [:cianner mixed Drug Co.OFFICE... where iyAicc ,
5 1 :1bacc 'with the: utmost' care. f his services through the bestowa. up I 1' best. ) $9cW .':! : -S
with
Theo anything! that mIld demand; OP J. S. ROSAMOND.DCKAXT for ISOteils/ all abputt'aern -.,-- {,- ----J. -S ._ 'e C ........- '. '--,-'. '
!U'|f '* C.'& P. railway always '",,, still )higher honor's.NEOROUUCATION.. of him -- ,
>, : an active participation in Ahsj.MESSRS. Free. B FOR LO 9J KQ, D. M. Fern & Co. ... ,
.
| the the eqnabblmgs 'or '
r to iriJerelts of people along any wrangling inside '
I.IPPMAN Bnos twivannah. Ga. ""'.It.M!"' Masts Th y n4r \ befere b. tblnt 8up<}*
:its !line js offering to ,send seed to the democratic part y. We do 3ESTLtMEN:-.While in Sin Ancuio.'d. : IneachD1o th.. W ; T.-8 AlWiyKS. \{. !:*."?
; w:: !lU -
not know what Liddorj'swishes : 9 !U.If -
:\ tbein. Address Ci t't. A.. O, Mo"DonAld State Superintendent Sheets in Judge i ., last spring I saw your tu..vertisvnent ; __ -
i be .
the
may regarding sen- -I UAY LODGE NO. y.L o. gi.jp.Regular .
Jacksonville credited with ihe following stale of I' P. P. (Prickly Asl.. Poko j
; << ,, ,Fla.j-r a ator hip, butve feel convinced I LEQAL Nq lCES.r S .5

.. package of, seed.; :: ment: that if lit has an ambition to reach ioot and Potassium. the paper Ins this''; ,"_. _",, -.r...',.____ ;.,.. __.r halt, Transient.Meeting. brother. ev?,ry* Tuesday cordially) ,hvftqd.ica.I. thtic. .r.

'v: Ui 'rT1ow serve public notice upon the senate he will not be caught cure of rheuinutisui\ and llu'Ught I would! Notice. E. X. JV&Xa. M.O..

ij The, Marianna journal proposes their unwise friends, and the negroes napping by tho News. He m top t ry a \hollh; finding such! gri-ut siiff II j w. N. MsAcNAbM.5. S. .
hi I hud 5 'S '
!
return -
rt>m it. >m :
:'i! io.becoine, the historian of the 'fail M well, that I pledge myself old a bird to be caught with chaff. t Irugcisl: flit 1u1 my r. John JlcClellnn to order uy : I n Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit.. ,FlorIda STAR L">D9.E KO..' 34, :f:: OF ).

.i ure of tho: .railroad commission billinnbo'laxt io l lead movement. in this state The taffy of the Hews might work me a supplyAfIr.. taking I think iinhollies. Bradford County. Meets 9Yer7ThyrdajeTenag'ftlTQ- y"- o.'el. *:

.- \Ve with a design of so amending: 'the i in some cases, but with a man like I !|laVe tint had a pain or ache V. J. HUS3AXDI I l in Odd Fellow Hiii. I-* 5!! T. w.tdS. a c f.?

legislature. .c Qif stale constitution as to relieve the Judge Liddon i it will( cut but a 1JJt.; PIt.\'jllll,. lo thai i unilcreil fur 25 L. B.vs.BOYD '\> 1!: 8..m"ftJlSft,.'' R.It I ,

f pave .it the. trouble. Its friends whites from all connection with] small figure. y urs. itiul ruiihl mil 'g-l the Iciis-t bcni-fU/ 5---- '-I----f'I --- SVHURCIL
u infill ui -d I* P. P.. and thereforr luke NOTICE TO APPEAR. .
1 1)IHEGTQRY.
Villed,ihr-Pensacola, News.] Then negro education, and to cease aIJ --- jlu-astire in rt-rommriximg! illl all. THE STATE: 'FLORIDA S ,

1r 'Chipley,and,Dougheriy and Thomp. appropriations to their gchooU of The healing' properties qf DcWitt's S YOIII irulv. .1. :S.: ROSAMOND.OD To L. B. DOJGreetI'JO: ? 01I?

grade only 'as it is paid Witch. Hazel Salve; ---- .......- '- havin .ben shown affidavit that tb.defendant
,{jBon.and ,Palmer, of UilUboro, 'and every by nre well known. It IT I... B. Boyd.by 1* a non-resident ot the .. Serrices ey ry Sundsyjmt: V o'clock L QI.ud

;J.hejr following in.the senate really negro tax payers. cures eczema, tltfn affections and i is sim- "For Charity Suffereihl&ts. Long." State of Florida arid that the residence of Mid .:3O) p m. ScijfJay ccbo at I:>> o'clocka.5/.

If.Mr. Sheats really contemplatesany ply a pvrfecl remedy fur piles. Stnrktt '-__ efeadant i 19 unknown aud that Mid defendant Prajrjr meeUB i Wednesday Tenlnr J as "'*;
were'the ft.i lends of the. bill. 1:1 over tlie age wr|f twenty-one years; :
4-' : They h action ho well Drug Co. _It is theref-r* ordered,- cODJiidered and ad. o'clock. The acntment: c4 Ui* lord's, 'SappvrH .:

4 &killed l it,'bufc,we, had never dreamed may as pre. --- udtccd that tie said defendant, L. B. Boyd do \ ) be admIit f*U-,5 1.on the. fltst nmlx ef4c*cl,Jt. ._
pare bin nerves for the shock, that n pp'ar to th" eoir.plaiuant'jj! till of complaint month at tfta (lose ofthqr mojiviRet. .-:

ba '..;. t':thedeed, ,''.al. done in a fit, of naturallly! attends defeat. ''Just, Knights of the Ulaccabees 5, h"eilJ1). or botol" ', : :1L H. Ou, IaJlJ.$ pstr.P&5UtTUIAN.;" .:' ,i.r '- ', .;:::... '
THE 6TJI DAY OF J.tNARY, A. D IW.
.rJ' fn! If these gentlemen are The Stale Commander writes us from '.

ct.eh vitbo: pronounced a habit I finch,a movement' waa lead by one I Lincoln Neb:, as folhiws, : "After trying ft I utered n default against whereof thetKaid a decree I.. U.ptn Boyd.confesso will be services very- 8p-day- at 10 JO eVIoek l .. w., -'

.t if : of the representatives of Mr. Sheat's other medicines for whnt seemed to 13 It is further ordered that lM. 1c.tlce be pub'l.bij and 'I p. m. Sunday 8Cbonl U a m. C rVrtl.n. *
;}' .chastening': whom, and ,what't e! i in the Trudford County Telexrapn. a Endeavor 's.eet nCt' I.o'plock p .. fnyi ii
in
home county the legislative near a very obstinate cough in our two children & news pnbii iiii-d .at tarkn.., in Bradford
.
\ eth .we hall decline to *'.:ulti-. .aper nxeetinjc Wednesday .nut| f* at T:3'ckek..
"
21' :" tbem. fit eion. of .893. The design of the we tried Dr. King's New Discovery Bounty!ecutive, Florida Weeks., oucc 1l..c11'wt"ek\ : for,eight' .con- Ruv. S. C. Farla. pastor.? .,"'**

,,,if- I legislator from Alachua failed and"at the end of two daya the cough entirely In witLess whereof J have hereunto set my 'P2orA.i,. ,
qt- k' land and afflxed the sea! of our Circuit Courton -
"
: left.them.
We
will l he
not without
terly' of and this tho -aith:! day of October A. V 185.f tnri.' ....' Live
Oak Banner accomplishment will
HE sets tip a i so it hereafter L. S. W. T. WEEK. C'lerk.
as our experience proves that each montii at 6:4o'cIoc';: p m. F.bl> tk trb otft
By J. J'. FUTCH. 1'. ('. ,
4r. Shoats
b standard of excellence that: fail.. 4 it cures where all other remedies fnil.- RHODES & WILLS, Compl'ts Solct's. iJSS 3 0'CtOC p. Diryery bbafb.' nv.. 1'. 1L,

c ,Buccewful' candidate for gnb- The point involved in such a.. Signed F. \V\ 8tevell State Com.-Why : ._-,--, Holmnn r tor... .

,c atonal. honors next> :year must JJovement'Las long been settled in I i not Rive this great medicine a trial. AS iiIs Sheriff's Sale. ATTUT.; IS.
Serricet on th* first U 9.
&Df. Ir4 day f,|
;band' says, "F'"r' da has one he injnds of the people of Florida: ,I I guaranteed, and trial bottles nre fret at ami by virtue of A writ fflfah'u.d each mouth at 10-30 o'clcx k a,. ra. "1' ffOl..1!.
the
cb -mat("a',4 at the proper time They long ago recognized the fact Jilm.A.Drue King Store of of Lake Shirk iiuller.Drug Co.. and -. 'i UNDER of the Circuit Conrt, Fourth Judicial Sunday" chool at .9:15 .. ... rrajer metb.
lloguhtr Circuit.State of Florida iu and for the county of Wednesday eveniags at T o'clock Z4. *
the Banner will 'take pleasure! in I that the elevation of thp nerotc sire 50c. and $I.\(). 6 Bradford. tit a certain cause therein pending, Corf. .ltOr. .T.. T ?. -
wherein \V. T. Weeks
was-plaiotiit and T. Boa
.$..!.f,;:"' ,_"namigg'him_ ;; II. Our roan has I a higher plane of citizenship in > --- .Laura Pboeniz.. nnwaakee.ViL&. tick was defendant,a levy has been made upon ;
,. BHV. why don'i you try DcWitt'a Little th'following lesorib projiert of the defendant. -
; /'.\ in.ti. C8 past enthused the demo merely a matter of good policy, t'JIatrim of a ..Benevolent Home to-wit: The south half of. the northwest
Early Risers? Thesu little pills cure and knowing the good Dr. Miles' Kerrlnohu quarter in section four. township seven southof /

: pratio party from one epd of the and tbejTaccept the expenditure of r headache indigestion: aud constipation. done me,my wish to help others, overcomes of rarce Florida; twenty, east in Bradford county, State
i containing eighty acres more or leas
t ctato to the other and can do ?oajain. the money required for the educa They're small! but do the wurk. Starke my dislike for the publicity, this and I will sell the same At public outcry in; PvIA

tion tif the blacks of Drug Co.CItiunbrIaIu'. letter may give me. In Nor.and Dec., 1893, rent ot the court house door in the town of '.
t If as one the
we were guessing we I leg 7e inmateo had the "ZaCripixs," Starke duricjj the lexal hours of sale,on .

'should say. that the Banner refers: limato expenses. of our state gov and I was one of the first. Besoming duty MONDAY, THE 2D DAY OF DECEMBER: 1S. #.
Eye and Skin
j OInt .
to the H n.V.. 'n. Bloxham but ernment. metlt. too soon, with tho care of so many sick I to the highest bu'.der for cash.E.
----- did 'not regain my health, and In a month F.. JOHNS. ,
;t the"Banner. forgets that ,a cOQ em- Messrs. 0. F. Moore & h., Newberg A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eves became eo debilitated and nervous -11-1 5t Sheriff Bradford County. aud

porary in far West Florida haspaid Ore., say; "We sell more of Chmnlier- Tetter, Bull, Kheum. Scald Head Old I from sleeplessness end the drafts made on Notice to Debtors and Creditors
; my vitality that it was a question if I couldgo the .
.that' Mr. BJo bam has, allowed I )ain's Cough Remedy tb.n'nil others put Chronic:: Sores Fever Sores. Eczemn. itch on. A dear friend advised me to try m

together nnd it Prairie Scratches. Sore 'Nipples !and I Dr. Miles' Eestorattve "VTOTICE Is hereby that all
l his'opportunity advancement always given satisfacioo. Nen ne. given persons in1 -
) Piles. It if cooling and soothing Hundreds I took 2 bottles and > debted to the estate o. William Walter :
..i lip tbroagi his And the Mr. J. F. Allen Fox. Ore.. says: am happy to say, I am 1 d-'cenaed. late of Bradford county. Florida: J. T. & I. W
) finger in better health
than
"I believe Cbambcrlala't Cough Remedy of'cases have been cured lu'llnfier"n ever. I still continue will pay the same to the undersigned; without de> t

:;:'. West, Florida, paper claims to bean to be the best I have handled." Mr. ViHltchcuc .r
per bo for sale by tho Slurke > I within two yeara or this notice will be plead in The
infallible ;
,political prognostictator H. ". Columbus. Wnsli.f says: Drug to Milwaukee WIs..will reach me." 1 bar of their recovery. -

"Chamberlain1 Cough Remedy sells well I Company. June 6, 1894. MRS. LAURA PHOEHIX.: WILLIAM 'V.A LTEIl.: JR., Administrator STampa
No. 1 State; "t.. New York. N. Y. Jacksonville
--- Dr. lines' Nervine : ,
Is sold
-- and highly: praised nil who on a positive Oct
by use jl. 23. tt-9.-: 8t Care of P. G. Ullman.
that
guarantee the first bottle will beneflt.Lu .
Mrs.V.. Heck
; 4 JUDGE LI DON. For sale by Sturkc Drug C<.. JJ. who resides aCutnpionyillr t !druggists eel It at t1.6 botttes for f or and

-- Cat.. enys her duughtcr 1f'1U 00 Bent. preD3.ld. on Jp 'o price Notice to Debtors ami Creditors:
b7 the D .W1e M'ed1ca1 Key West
IT is! (donbttul that !Ir. JustiooLujdon WITH :FLOKIDA KIHTOftS, Was fur sevtrul years troubled ul times eo.. lnd. ---. S S Jr

who has ,been suggested byAn : with severe crumps in the stomach and Dr. Miles' Nervine N OT1'E ia berth 1 ? givers that all persona in. : bailway
4 dcMc'l (o.th5egcate of P. P. Pre de- .
Not Plore Than Ilumau, att. .
enthusiastic newspaper friend wi>uld! be in such agony that it was necessary crs.-d late of Bradford cou ty, Florida, will] A -

d ), for the United States 'senate. will I From the Fensacola Time] to call in physician. Having rtnct _Restores: Health: and pity ail tl'e;sjin en-ous to having the undersigned:claims against: without said delay eftate North '

: take kindly to the* proportion. He Those papers which assert that about Chamberlain's Colic, Choicia: ancDiarrhoea L must present them, duly authenticated l. wittln and '
two years, or tbi* notice will be in bar of .
holds Liddon would pfciul 1
now the very highest office Judge not accept Remedy situ conclnded to Iry; taO Ibfjr recovcqMARY J. Pl'EVATT. .
I.
South
within the, bestowal. of the people, the United States 1 I {St'iiatorship, if i it. She found that it always guvj; prompt S ..n.. :ov. 8, !B.-gt: 'Executrix. I

enjoying the honors of which his tendered him, must have tho opinion relief. It was seldom necessary to givthe H O ,.; .f>" L.t Linp 1 1Through
Notice '
..... to Debtors and
Creditors
s life's. ambition is realized, and for that he is: more than human K-cond dose. "It ban not only saved CD- d *. I ,

84\ingwbicb' to engage in the turru Judge Lidcjon, or, any other man in r us lots of worry and lime." she wiy.s, tdscttr CDj Cp NOTICE I is hereby given that all.persona in the 4 :. ,
9il of active politics would| Florida, .would. jump at 8uch an I.- Q to the estate of J. D -Uohnn, deceaspcl. -
jar also bilj*. It i is: my opinion) thnt t : late of Bradforq county, Florida will
ca4: 'harshly on a'nature attuned to l lessdiscordant honor,. every family chonld have a b tte of this ; ;> ::; pay and the all s .- notes than tbu incvssantdm --rAn e person having claims against said es
: remedy the house." For salt; by 5 SlalkcIrujt c- tate must present them. duly authenticated ,
of factional part'uanism., Entreaty BeeoaaleratlulI, Cu. i E:i ; within two years, or.this notice will be plead: to Ask -S -
From the Tampa Times. r'9' bar. of their recovcl') F. JOHNS,
If the above taken Nov. 13. '93-8t: .
paragraph '- ''" :.- E3= goflo Administrator.The forTickets
from the polumns of the P ensacolaXewg We respectfully'suggest to those! A StrngI'oinFortifythebodyagainstuis ,
: f;:U'
contemporaries who declare that .g

i -'. 'intended. to. forestall th e die democratic defeats in the late i .-, Zc =O.cs= ; II Atlantic Suwannee River' & via the 3. T. .& IL W.

likeiyu of Judge Liddon'a lamented elections C Q 63 .
:
promotion ire due to th, byTutt's Liver Pills, abs L-.J Gulf ,
an
Railway.TIME
I 0:: C7J Write the General'Pasener
the fact that the r--J I
- : to high and honorableposit.lon republican candidateswere Cd CQ _. c::

of United States Senator: favorable to sound money, lute cure for sick headache, u .- .=..o M H" : TABLE IN EFFECT OCTOBER 7, 18'5.i : .Agen (pr'lnforniatlon.O.P.ACJI'I1LY.

? i( will be resented' by the friends o: ;1& that they the now proceed to demorirstrate pepsi, sour stomach, maiari:: p-s.. .s I:..:) oW QI; oS .: 5 I :xo.8 I :xo. 11 rATIOXS. | NO.21.I so.4 f no. I SA. ,
M. I P.c. .4.C I .
necessity for the furlberexistenoe AM. F. M. P. N
: I that gentleman, but if the News of the democratic party, constipatfnn, jauu': bl'! ,) l- L. 0 -C""' 4 00 4 (COf4 ssL.Starke.! .. 1043: ,300 I 2 00 U'JJ. CO.'FIN. .'''Pu.:' Act"gn'

' .. simply meant; to pay him a deserved If the republicans are all right on ness an
r -r complitueut, as it certainly tho main question and merit, as "Tlse! ,, i cf Lite = foe I Ipui p ix 44.V: : 7 47 Ward City 9 5.) 1325 J 00
flrWtDr. : .1 5 10 f4 5.1 r i'7 Thomas J'AOK ONVI1-LE.
A .= : !i) 45 s 15 12tI ,
they seem to have : e.1'
that received the '
did
; it said
: when be was possessed (\ 530 5 15'O 8 15 L&CrclfUl. 925f9 18 US 12 S;;
confidence of thii; what I is Ttt-\.r Ol.r Liver, Pilsarethe :I 45 25 ft 2:'. HaIDI'S\V'1.h IS 7 45'1220': "
i of a nature "attuned to let$ country ::..> G 00 5 401! K Alachui 9 00 720;; (1IJ TilE' '

discordant notes than 'the' i incessant the aUV need for any opposition party fly.-ivhejil oflife. I ,:,hall eve- E c:: .,..... .g f. Stop on signal
at
I u are afraid these Nos 1,Z, 3 and
gentlemen daily. NOB. $and 6 daily
ex
dp of faotional partisanisr) ," then have proved entirely toomuch be grateful for the accident! j rbrpughtthcm ", .c ::! 1 cept Sunday. TnulcftVREK WORLD.
= 0 I Connection at Starke with Y. C. & P.R. R for
the friends of Judge Liddon will en-: arid wu entreat them to re- to my notice. I J'. # ," gg cS:: 0vz .I Savannah. and Jacksonville. Gainesville Ocala AND '
T
consider. -.. mpa etc. At Sampson Junction with O. S. &
*&* ,37.*nd appreciate iu observationsn as if I. had a new lease pf jii'c l- -- p... -O F. for Pllb.b. :llacou,etc.

: ., coming :Tronj a most, estimablesource. f|'. U. $-. -d ARTHUR Gen'l MEIGS],ta' OEO. TOMPSETT. '..lit; TELEGRAPH .
fr. .
. j. 1Ie.tun., I ), Fairieigh, Platte Cannon. Co:: k Jacksonville, Fla. G. F.t&rkeFla.& P. A. ,
From the Galnesvflle Bun] I j I 0 : 'FOR ONE YEAR: FOR ONLY

,. .:..J1ie democrats. :: of Florida as a It doubtful that. ,Mr. Justice Tutt's Livgr Pilfe j .4. $1.00 'THE 81.00'l ..
TELEGRAPH ) '
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r ; : L": S"Y"T OIL I i S: OF' STORED AN EMfTY Ilir';Ctitterbr Wb" '.- .'.. ,,: Jl"--1'-' ;.;..i} :
"sfuRE PAPER. BARREL.Vomtis -;
\ : I I .-.J r After !: .. *>jearta.
DBu- : tho'namal:perodical blast against .". ,. > "
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,.. .. I ,- *- -, -, '."1.'i #. .-.. ; \ ": <. ?
., I "', 11\A 8tone YTarehonvs aad the wild extrayngance with wb1 h'1tIn. ,. ;. -1 il.-
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,, ,; "-r ..i-4. 0- HOW WATERMARKS WERE MADE;: AND Threw! Cartazcst d on'Jt."I Clatterby manages the household affairs' : ,0# .... -5': ,. Of'.' ,'t.:,";, ,

f. ". "-;(.t 'WHY. THEY" .AMETO'- USE. : got: jfiy furniture unt cf storage; the burning of two bundles wood where 'P1PLES. ,, JLOTCHES ',, \ ...> *'
and .
would do Mr.
one soon, Clatterby
i PP p" '
"" the alter my, Fail: a Hew: ,Yorker, -
,;{ i" winds up with: t IUD OUhSBBgPRICKLY : :tJLSJ!.
i CUTer TJ*. t:de of .Then}' by Ireland. .In "nad my wiTe, ti1.1!" tliou'-: .:(\uulrt ,"I'd just' like to have the runntng of I- f ..... .
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','i: Him- ShrJcecpearean" 'Forgeries'=Elaborate unpack thO'cbhm' >.:i-l fcir-jr.-Iirsj: oureelves 'this house for about; one week. I'd show CATAlina MAURIS ; \ : y it1AND',1POTASSIUM
ASH
';;; ,:. Deslgna Impre ed-bl'the -D u dJ"' BoIler ::l I I instead of *jayirjr: ;O <:rutsnv yon:what could be done. There's. no end POKE ROOT ,_ _, _, .- ;
> \ hour to, lh,:: fctorafia'rj-ja:; t-} (lo %i. ThStu'J !: of little things that we might economizeon i .
'I',:'I .'r" -T>>; Boca ;Tlrjda Mary J>ttor. I UIDNtY.TROUBLES; : : ; : :: a
'1:>1 ,', J.'. \rtJ jiaoLid ia l;vo barrr-I7:?, cci'which and every little helps. Now we're getting -:- '. .-
iH Stories and incidents innumerable ore ; we j::.ticed, wns lighter: elanthe.rt !, an extra quart of milk a day.' That's 1' ;!t
t only 8 cents a day, but that's $25 a year, Makes and S-r 1" b t.
ty S"KISS'f ,wound pin tho ,art,of paper: making; "'
,
rl--'Q ,'ft1-G"'A "V enough \ta buy shoes for all. the children,
'en web''K3u ,ia n irk that! : cue,
and its mechanical processes have afforded np :

!
J. and too. iPr1et77
;- : ,, stockings Why, gracious! there'slotsof UMO+ed***Min f :
we c"11dnc1r l Jbat it iMUt ccntauj nur Marvelous Cures Are** *
IN the teller
.j. DEALEB to ingenious story manya : we might cut oft and never.
most frajjib r!tJrlctf IfC:1.tJ for .. .- .&sL Pbte nd PoU8o ,.. ,
{ : : we =
chanco for G' -
tale. miss 'f'D
: thrilling i: i at alV'Vell af1lJ1\o t i veoc-a r.r oa .4i 10'
i\DRUGS* Al MEDICI1S This.is especially trno-of.the systemof a..:; t.also r.' IfJ"\ 1.1:::': or a :e ryiu: : :\Jf'i "\ Jonas," said Mrs. Clatterby, Blood PoisonRheumatism ''' d

placing water. marks, .so( called,.in ;;et paper u foot in rJ'.kL'j.cw: HiiivI "suppose you try it and see what you can ... "OX.aao.: m2I.,Bataan SSSI rf

various Brands, or makes (;paper. i I -this v.::t9 ni-KL"r Jjyuv t tlJJ lly thick, do.. You take the money this.,week, and Ga.Yaeeas t Lumina 5ms-t b0s1 Due a bottla 4 .
,' ti Starke, FJa. ; t I I'\: adyin! we .iul; br.if nijncoil! ts yon run the house. If you think you can ?P. at Hoe ipr Art. : .,
Perhaps the most interesting true : It ha8 don me mon BWXI Itfauzaontbs ne "
,. o-oj story whioh lies to do'with"this branch barrel. and ound ccthir r I.r.fe exctkior: run thIs' house on what you give me and 'trvaaxMntat th e Jtat II/CSDP-o/ '. '
buy clothes for the children and thnebottlea o. o.
pay the : ,
Rl PbTd oi&UJ' >reacriptions. earefnllj of tho industry is that of the famous'- :', and thin ofs lalt,o lijcw: not. wLnt to laundry and the gas and the 40 other and ScrofulafJR $aspepccal r

t ; compounded at all hooxa "Ireland's Confessions." L"We things' that you don't know anything J Nwza 0>mI7.b. :
,
l day or night Ireland had fabricated some Shake.spearti I I wcrfl Hill morj flaLbcrgi'ifod: QKno about,why, you're mightily mistaken' But P.P. P.purifies the bk od.' fapf.J.D.Jots>unetl.,

P 4 manuscripts, which for a long ," lndiug cJiina: flu rcT.i-jviqj: two; pad yon take the money, and you try it just the weak and debilitated. Rives fb aft f1'Ana {f way tonftfnt.Ztor hro- ;"
time r'ijjl.Y'j:: of coiir&D ('olll.lI l : llea the; cur one week, and you'll" strength to weakened nerrea expel tleetlfytothewondsrtetptopertlN ,
'
wore accepted as actual. They health and
ffi: things J::d l w stun tjil "_ Then Mr. off ttlaesaeeeest patient ickaeaa, of P. P.P. tor ernptJoaaof th. akin i z.: ;
1 went
made each ,an impression indeed that a : i piuaiAwi Clatterby to smote ( flrat "alJed.,11tfM'ed(or several yean with an nn- -+
A3. Bailey iurf'l'ic:- for oar Male tcc.iyiIrlii.g his cigar and said no more. He crawled : a pie alebtltad' number of men, famous at that; time for mylee.- I tried eT tr kaowareme-
} their erudition and for their'literary tho u rhJ.'Juj; :; c 'r::dnl;, T,;T i; i-i a row as usual.-New York Sun. syphilis For; primary, tor :cod aecond&r poisoning and,tertiary mercu djboitavcIa.onOlP.P.I- wan ttwd_ .. :

of tho storage cote irnNyop-iircusi.'...J! uwtjo rial p twn. malaria. dyspepsia, and and K?r.o?ealxly: ,J. TIsSfe _..
)
standing,.voluntarily prepared a testimonial In afi blood and skm diseases.. aka e .
ST It Do as Much for You. 8& as. '
t.. .BKE, ,FLA, attesting absolute belief, in the pay f cr n_y t-.JttidC'ri bi-o.cii! or inisic May -, blotches pimples, old chronic ulcers. <

authenticity the manuscripts: .To this ;; rile! i t.- iiH'ii ili tha ;jniv;jiii;. Mr Fred Millet,' of Irving,j III.,. writes tatter eesema-scald we may bead boil. without. errdpeias.say. furor.' '.' Dba'CaDea c..... .'rt"" ,

"A 'the nsKsc-1 nothh ltw Lo Olbfirbayro contradiattonthatP.PUthebeat, qydppMr oatlllfdrayorp/YtgftSbSkT, ; 4
> : ; i -
: that he had trouble '
doonment theso affixed their severe kidney for
men signatures blood purifier in the world and makes ,
].* hi: <] been um,.:clpj, J.:!y wife positive, speedy and permanent euros 8EQvr r Tax. Janisry 1*,1803.UXCSKS. .r, ; '!;ti
a end sent the paper broadcast I I many years. with severe pains in his in aU cases. .. IJrreIe.Bsos. SaviDrmh, "i,,-
Wh hb1esaje I .Rotail Tho whole of tho original edition of .cnilpelcil hair l/rai Iu .i.rilii} tho r.iys- -- f' Oa.; Gn TlIllm-1 bay trlyd your P. '
hack and also that his bladder was af .P.P.fur a dlaaaw of tte..ttauees4bloo
i&
t. tery. efirsllyrcnicraweTSdthtttvlca: ; } !I Ladles whose systems are poisonedand rof .:
the fakes was disposed of in a few hours, fected. He triea so dulled whose) I.in an Impure eoitwitlon. known Slain -anc tbirtr Tear- "
kidney
t and iiO great was the eagerness for tho I ?97e firt;'v) tip lion.sck''piijT, 1':. yc'asage. cures but without many any guod result. .dae t4 menstrual beDeJte4 irregularities.by the won-. standing purUleatLe J wad blood.ound and irrcat remores relief all JtrltaUon r.. \ .- .-.... ...
.- ,-_I1O11eJ.t in tI'! .:-n\',;s J\ lot of o-r-plfior leftover I I' areleC1llfarlJ from tho sent of the disease -
r edition that singh\ copies were .disposed i About a year ago he began the use of dertnl route ud bJoot1._ CJeaDs1Dg. t p- and proreats nay soroeiUas; of t:u -'
when thy cviiu: hal linin of P. PP. Prictq AaD IbkO ,
: boeu pnei:c Iu a ..
: '
? cf in auction rooms at enormous prices. I I Electric Bitters and found relief at once. Boot and Potaaalom.fipsnranzto. sore* IbaTOt&keftBTornlxbotsl t /,
Sonja time after that Ireland!himself fit of ecoi'jray she poked it ziU iu a superfluous Electric Bitters is especially adapted to all Aug.14t:1,1693.mU and feel elect co a<1l1doiDUhpt care It has*Ilk t the<)roasted'tcaeca : ..;
'
,FRESH, BEEF, threw those gentlemen into much sor- linxrcl, avhiehwan duly! beaded I kidney aud liver troubles and often gives: _I can speak| ia, MOo Uia.ISonrmedlotne es terms from, :lndJC'l Yptua- loll aad. .somanr. '..a, .
61 .
up aud caned to tho hotel where we almost i, slant relief. One trial will prove from!my own t1'u1J. .1!. ; .
just hoi he had 'Rt7h-
by iectedvUhbeart
explaining pad '
rojv .
'. PORK: & MUTTON with them.Ircjand'a spent the winter. It was stored In the ,our Maiemt-nl. Price only fifty cents for disease pleurisy and rhemnatica for tAttot' atlAW. ;'..:,
fun without huge lM,>tile,,. at the drug store of the I 35 year,wae treated by the Tery bas d .. ;;
,
... garret being unpacked, and in hundreds of dollars gIi1 'H
story was that the sheet of pbyclciaoa ana spent j Itn m uesALZ. ,ftL
Siurke Co., and John A. '
Dji.ir ring, '
the ; tried every known reedy withwt& IiI
c SLICED HAH, A SPECIALTY papey.which he used, vas the outside ofEc't".I spring was sent to the storage ware LI U'- Bull-- 6 out finding relief. I nave only taken ,;, -'.'
i house. I one nettle of :your P. P. P., and C&ca. :
others on which some accounts I cheerfully aayt baa done) me more DEt7ao:3T3BROS.: 7: : :-
bad been the "We aocordingly hav paid nob only I ,goodUW1anrthfDgluTeeTetaUn.: '" s;
: kept during::: reign ofi I I .
Ne/t@0@a6t4L'SCt9o3d'StE" i for the storage for nine months of an T'1.IA is no diei.:Il;,i...... Icanrecommend your medloln to all ,' .
: Charles I. t that time Ireland was Silentbut awteran 01 the aboTI dtaeattea' S>ROPBIE'r0R8 .$
,
f.4 rt empty barrel, but for its cartage on three no disturbauca: o' im5' MR9 M. 11. YBARY' r t'...
E'i wholly unacquainted with the Lib. EnoeiyuvttaltttaiRt,Ga .
subjectof 8 jtingflold, Qreea County >i -
iFe er' water insrks. I different occasions-from the house: to I I ness or r-lftjirrre: no lo:: t' -rN

the hotel from of slce ), flirfCr tl& : "w
the hotel to the storage = T ; ,
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"I carefully} selected, eays he, "two C eri3a i1 ,.* ,.
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IIoo .l!t" 'I'- .., ,-
warehouse and from t.H
the warehouse to ( 3 ** *3 ..
.
: half! sheets Dot having nny mark whatever t !' 'd

? Ba'dly. c'sl on whth { peiuarl my first effusion. Where *we* >paw live!1"-New i York Sun. brought digestion,about.so that natural,teixlii'jr LaLit k .. '>' t'

." A few pages; further on ho wrote: tJ-.jf'j.' .'\;, ;... .
s thus the OFFICE OF S. \ HEHRY.VAJfNAII: Hood's Pills 4i-;: ;; ;). I )' :
t "Eeing urged forward to produoLio silent > !) ....\ Andrews tc -Middl ton
are : L
pf more manuscripts, it became GA. bat)1:) ',) =' I.\F P
iT day ? '
I .
nevertheless
()= I necessary that I should possess a suffi )IES8J LlPPMAN BllOS. Savannah GH. ter- r :k YID r.j: .
old twin in their effect. .f ... t..j: .,."..,r,,jl,:;",,,,, .;o.....S '
cient.qnmtity paper to enable Dear '
Sits would .
me like

*serious We c-diseases k this "often; .etedly 1Y-ciu! to proceed, iu consequence of which I testimony to:-the-- almost miraculous' to add effect my Prepared HoedCo. ......' ;"! (\y.i! r<\n!.t';>,Py, : :,.(,.!,:.,;>, Livery S l and 'FO.8.d Stables.e .

0 iullqw,ldlihg 1:>>: appliocj to a bookseller: who, for the by-CL ; li1 \ ',i ;
.ailment. a of P. P. P. in the case IIf Mary Ind ahem ., Lowell gum of 5 shillings, suffered mot q take fti ; ; /
If-ru are WN'1 4 woman living on my place :She Mass. .MJt.;. Sold ';.r."" ...t'1J-, .. ,'"i'.,..'<....,...... ..
frost all tho folio and volumes \ .
t 9 i".4 .:",; r.tly! exliausud 11 quarto bud 'eoru j i FINEST TORNODT8 _in the city.iDrun' :.
Jrown nervous, i in his shop the fly leaves which they n constant cough. throat, dc'lIiJ- by all druggists <
\J hate i-i appetite etc., and emaciated : 'I' kii
Ii ) n contain ily, was to a degree
:\ t.., 't.or' ,
.1. ; JjPoweli.S;
h.-11 (.)" f' t kC "By this means I was amply stored that she vutunnl>1c to tret out of bed "Never-Fai Fever Cure I i Teams and ".j
siren I H>; irm ft n'ia- bu found on sale with of the following Draml a Specialty
; '.1:: tt:; ., ltt" ';') t1) with that commodity, nor did I fear unaided being given up Uy physician*, mAY any .

'it""' '...'jio.r.: .., wui(f.Ii3 M 0; any mention of the circumstances by she had Inkec. the ruinous so-called hlor! >d : i } ; ,'.1-
a ,.,. f f.! os'H Iron ;il't J.L. OASKINS.STARKE Prompt .4.UenUon.
n tII. B te:.: try, < r 'M',.tf'Ct.\c-s n thy bookfell'ir.!:: : As I was: fully aware medicines withoit| the least effect. until DRUG CO.. Starke..* Fla..* : }

..'_'7 Ib "'!' ?. ,t Jr..'..tae vtry iir.'t N j from the variety cf water marks which being put under the P. P. P., she ioinirdiideM GEO. S. P.OACH & BRO., .New River, Fla... REASONABLE CIIARGE& '
e $ : H. C. PARKER & BRO., it .1 .
are in etistelco! r.t tho present: day: ; that : _
t 1" AD to improve and i is now in G. K. YOU Q. Hampton, Fla.
k 5 IT CURES g they must have constantly been altered daa.A.ev '
HARVEY JARRETT, Lakeside,Fla. :
II rood heath' in bur life. Yon
fy :,2 I>ysP $!:l. Kidccy,and Ever g since the period of Elisabeth. aud being MS us ever R. W. JONES, IjiCrosse. Fa.! Stables corner Gall and Thompson streett, ont block from Depot. -
can refer 1 lu me at ny time, as i:> the LUKE DRAWDEY, Tine Bill Fla.M. .
.t 0 Neum'gLi! 7rCffccs? for some timo wholly unacquRintod with '. M DRIGGERS. Dekle
effect of P. P. 1 in Hit fmegoing: case. Fla.
w Constipation, L-Rpyra.EJoo.l, ise 'the water 'rmurksof that aqo. I very carefully Yours truly W. L. BLAIR 44 -', vla

2 Malaria, Nervous.dlracatsGa tJa l produced my first specimens of the SAMUEL CUEUKY. R. L. JONEK.JOHN A. KING. Turpentine Lake Butler,,Camps Kl"*. I MORGAN BROS. t. vli:

1r: n'3 to:7ri .;' 0 writing on such streets' of old paper as M GILL. '" .... ,

only tiu: f tI\.I-f'--4. t, s crc.. J red i"G had no marl; whatever. Where Cupid Blnndered. TOWNSEND BROS I *h ..
ell J. II. DOAYLING, II
,
r, :..CHitt1C.Jmcsun: t'EROWH CO.: r"t1}L'-\.i H.Y.F.F.;, : "'0. IlG "Having beard it frequently stated It is whispered that a thoroughly Parisian S J. PRESCOTT.C. Sampson, Fla.Mlddleburg P. O. Building, Starke, Pli. !* ..
t 10'e divorce which has been for H. HOUGHTON. ,Fla. '
M that the of such marks on some ,
= 1 r Qi appearance ODOM BROS. 'V .
Providence.
the papers would have greatly tended to time in question, is imminent The W. F. BYNUtl. Fort WhiteFta. NEWSDEALERS, SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS. and ;;

establish their validity, 1 listened to parties are the granddaughter of a great HENRY & WILSON Drew, Fla. : '
Tht. and Most Complete Establishment HIGH SPRINGS MED. CO., High Springs, Fla. "
remark that made the subject poet, deceased, and a literary man, son I
$ 7 r South. every was 011 J. H. JOHNS. Houston, Wholesale and letaii Stalioners.
and I at length gleaned ibo intelligence of a'famous author. The young wife, it JOHN M. CARY, Melrose. ;

ti IfjSeo.. S..MrRC1. ('.fac cr & Son that: a jog was the prevalent water is stated, has returned with her baby to I S.}o'.L.J RIVfcKS.WEEKS.: Mikesvillc.Xewnansvilla "" I __, .. .- or .

mark of .tho reign of Elizabeth, inconsequence her mother. A curious thing is that, incompatibility J. O. COLriQK, Litesviae I' I ';!IIIiI ..:, yr
L. MKOON: Mason. "' J
of which I inrpwted all of temper being the sale N. U. HAYS, LaCrosse. I Dan.Wall Paper Novelties,'.s ... ,j. > .

the sheets of old paper then In my possession cause of thernptnre, it is not yet known Picture frames made to order. 'Fpll line of School Books and uppU... t._ I

and having selected such as had whether' a divorce can be obtained.- Southern Chemical! CDI'Starke Legal Blanks. Order's for Printing received. Christmas goods in searaa. ;..,

the jug on them I produced the puccer-d: Paris Herald. Fla. .
.
J ,:
ing manuscripts upOn these, being care ,
Solo I\U'rl4.
h however to with them Sore Throat. Any ordinary case maybe .:
t. r fql, mingle a ; ;
certain number of blank leaves that the cured iu one night by applying CIJlmtlt'.lu W m TISO1M .. ; 'f

... production on a sudden of so many wa l '* Pain Balm, uS directed will each TMARKET.JOIINS ,

.
lea ter marks might not excite suspicion in ito'tle. This medicine! is also famous for '1 '

the breasts of those persons who were its ruips! <>f ili'-umatism, lame back and < .

& :'.. most. converpant with the manuscripts deep-seated and muscular pains For LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE$

A traveler iu MORSina wai! once shown: sale by Starke Drug Co. & KITEDEALERSJ .

a letter written by tho Virgin 'Mary ,

Pit -MANUFACTURERS. OF--- with her own band. He remarked that Only On K D4. t .' 3

it must indeed be a miracle, since' the 'Alplno Heights! exclaimed a passenger Hodges Block Starte-
JtDoQR ,. SASH, BLINDS.'Mug eRe. paper showed by its water mark that it on n Northwestern suburban tr-iii. ,

was not mado till some centuries after looking: our of tho window anti reaclin.-' '

& Building Material, the age of Mary. the'Jrl!>inscription a huge tiignhonr) iU'etl '< :. FRESH BEEF, Has tile oFifii and liflii torses s in t citr r*

Ky :, It Is tae greatest mystery to most people uy u, flrm of tni'rrrisin rt-nl es.vagents. : !
Sasti Weights and Cord ''l tion't s.it: an UIIMK that lito,,' MUTTON I ffinest
t how water marks aro made. And
i like Alpine luijlns; :iro.uul !:lt" .. .. .-
N-" J W"" n
yet the matter is the simplest thing in "1't'u tit'ii'tY'; : ,,;.il lv! i>: l'II'r. i-n: t', .
; .CHARLESTON. S. C. the world. In tho manufacture of paper Seat in r.-mt; ." Win; do :yuii..H Uwvy I m PORK.

k CL't the pulp before it has begun to be ",,!ea of lU1ber tliiiic?"-Ci.!:,: Gentle Horses.Stylish Bigs.
tarcaa
> bur maVa-which we jroarante* Supe-
ks: dried and after it has' been spread on t'riban:
rtor to any sold South, and thereby VEGETABLES IX SEASON. .*
sare money. too moving platform, passes under a A. G. of p"'Jlh' Horses Boarded at Reasonable Prices and Glren 'Beat Attention. f
Bartley Magi,
:
; ttOF-AND FANCY GLASS A SPECIALTY roller called the "dandy. On this!
Y a,..... "dandy" is a9\red the device which 1 feel it n duty of mine \n infurm you

works the water mark.It and the public; Hint DeWitfs/ Will!, HM- .
1,000,000, People Wear Odd Fellows' Bnild'g: Starke.rt4 Southern .
is of bent wire, and 'as the roller zel Halve e'un'd me of II very' bad race orTI = .

presses the paper it 'presses into it the < m-i. It also! cur d lilY boy of a run- r\ 1'I'GIp"" &M'r.ru71l"I. J-L .
.;: I.'"
WLJouglas Shoes | '
m'ark.In 'trgwipM, his i I..tr !S rk Duigl' I.' ;, t ,, .! \ '
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: "" ilH.B.SO \} ,!lY
the same manner most elaborate r" J '

i -b RAND 00 BEST designs and even pictures and intricate A Labor Saver. tJ;: 1r o n.r EJ e.1 1 Jj % r Railway t

), 'SEWED;*?_ "5:: IN THE representations of whole battle sceneshave Mrs. Minks-Have you filled the parlor r c "+. ::.":'t'.;.\n''jr''It'; r"t1 ncr l1 ttNIl. ;y."f I::; eo:'.w,
..: \ .5g. -
:.( !( ,....;.... .. -
c. f ; QCESS.fl ORLD.o been done from an. engraved plate lamp ;, ...: } M i. j"t .
DomestIc-I guess It don't need fillln.ma'am. .. ;. i. ,erci :' e".,e.7......Lr.jctir, a L.: .rJ
3.00 similar to an electrotype, used in the ; ., :'C'a;,. -!tte''a t.,'i'r.r8'" .."II.Uo:1".ud.-.Ul(, i.14j! ::,....', ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST RODTE. ',? y

same manner ou the "dandy" roller. v,t'r 'tc,''t'. "r'rt M In' I 5.1:45, ". t-. .
"Tho parlor was in use last evening un- ;-."' .. ti.",rt't- rp.,4! P. 01...;-'" ""'.t"1.._ I
;I! $4.00 I- 2.5Oy Of course chock paper and bank pa til nearly midnight." '

per is the most important variety dis- "Yes, ma'am, but your daughter'II'young rG THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS. :

tinguished by water marks. In pair of man was the only caller."-New
fcs* o C/J e.0o m COMPARTMENT CARS, DNIN(5VCARS! ,
5 note molds prepared by the old process York Weekly. :

\ there are 8 curved borders, 16 Iii ,t( THOROUGHFARE COACHES,-YESTIBULEO TRAIN

;i 'W'i figures 1GS largo waves and 340 letters Ni'lliHIti; tx> dl.slifStliig '1-5 a Il'.ckl'-: o 11b 1 t 'tJ

r ., ; which had all to be separatedly securedby .: ugh. Nutliin,;: S" tooii-h .K 1 to Miffin : ..JIIIog of
$2a$ !I 1' Jr QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED
,
For Bois the finest wire to the curved surface. .. it Nothing, w di I JM. 'ts \ k'6 ::: f "
'
ndYo>ls'u" There were 1,056 wires and 67,584 \r < :" < lllllUUlC. O 0 g' tonw f'i ,

Q '$.bastt>!aa attoq. and wan Pt'ota twists and the same repetition where *5" g11-t-s lnlnY.ui :- ,V,,, .p :: .o. North: anal Eaat. Hearth' AZ1d'o_..
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{,e w pair. All .fttyle. aud the stout wires were introduced to sup 0 .
r, 'f h.adranos leather has increued th ;'II C.' f"'G -"':$ NO. a.. NO. "J ne.' ia.saopm. I T. "
rfaa atath.r untie.'Intthe quality and prlcti of i, port the under surface.In __ ,g- :; -; -I AU TRAINS DAILY. "' luvtUM ...rat ALL'TRAINS DAILY. JLI.U. -' -'- ...... .
to 8>c J?= D.. 1aa aboea remaIn the same. ancient times the water marks HerHe Plan, c. r..... r-1 .&. :llaiI.- ...."." a.-III
lute (
gJ l.ett0tlmte rtrt thatnune and price lumped 41$ "-"
7 i V i fmssk.WXM OwBclaka,JBaoCXTOx.MAas.Sou bya were used for the same purposes as the -How does it happen that non, of 0 c'I co.as M ct: Lv.. Jackw>nTille, J'.c.&Y... 7 SO am a 10 pm1041pm LT. JaeasoaTlQe, T.C.P_ asby wait
.-rett. _. 4 M am 8 45 pm M Krerett, 8o \hem.. a 60 pm 10 M4M..
The old inns, bad dolls. I t
/rff. ALVAREZ StarKe. old inn signs, you women: have come forward with a new rt l-av:1nl1l\h.: 11 50 a>n Ar.),[AOOD. ." 4 2-4.5 am pal
? r and beehives, horses and various other currency plan $:- ir C'ohl'n t.la, Southern.. 6 0.ilzt 4 CO am Atlanta,I 8,44 am B JO pfd '",,; Ylt.

& C forms, as signs. For the same reason the She-Oh, we already have a perfect one. : 00 Chirlotte _. 8'JOpnC 7 00 am830pm ""' ChattanooML 118 pm 33 an
.1 _
uieronx Hnmptou. | ... Mot12 ; o n : WrcMrg! 'n. 4->am Cfnelnne .Q. A C. 7 20 anJSOlB'B 7 21 pea
paper makers had some distinguishing When we need currency, we just sit down A ,,"" Js .. hlIIore, reDI1.B.R_. 8 amto 11 25pmsoo _'
their and cry fox It.-Cincinnati Tribune. -- a ...rca Pbra rlYhla, N _. is am am .U.BIrm1DfUl.Io1I.ena_I .' '
ol READ.a mark which made product distinct IQ OO .. New Yore, _. 1.53 pm 190 am TSOam -_ -_
I i from that of other makers. :: i ... L e 1 A>. MemphJa. K.C.X.*B.Kama 10 CIO pm __ i
Iff"! T E TWO-TIMES-A WEEK What He Thought. a + + fdo w iO Ar. AtlieTille, Son thorn...... ___ 10 10 am .. *City ."' : 100 pm .,;,,,. ,".
of the -
A very f:moos mark sixteenth ..
4 I Ia The preacher was indulging in rhapsodies : t'S ;:
r thehand k-a hand
r' AYA KAii WEEKLY NEWS i ikfft century was topped over tha'glorifn uf tho New Jcruaa-' -... For full Information apply to any Agent of this great Railway
with"a star. The jug or pot mark lem. Little. Johnny listened to bin for <<1
j' gave the name to tho "pot" paper, while quite uwJ:l1c. Ho it.c'n whimpered i't Us "" I --..... m.wm'ap: .-It System, or its connection, ...

"8-. AGE PAPER, 1 the foolscap mark used on paper of a Djothcr, ...M.iriinu, i h *ne: an uJvauor a"o tf. A. TURK:: C. A. BENSCOTgR, 8. W. HAROW1CK.
m ,
: h.I UH; TIMES A XKAR.Al& I' certain size gave that size its name agent' +"-1..,'. ..'1 'r'a.1s-j.1, ( r I --00: .a aoaa == G) Gene-al Pats. Aent. A st. Qan. Pass. Agent, Aaat Oa.'l ".... Agent i
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1j{ t which it retains to this day. I CJ) r fg EtI WASHINGTON. O.'C., KNOXYILLE TEN" ATUNTA.v. ;
It i is n truth in medicine that Hie'smnllest -
I The was so called because
post paper .
.THE. .NE\VS. ALLEN
it boro a mark cf a shield with a post dose that performs 1cure is the he t.DeWltt's I .. tQ c'I ,..-tIt \ D. .. s

1 \ n. ,;,Itt PA 1<'EB. FOR THE HOME.jjlia : horn on itt-Lcndon Letters Little Early Risers are the to ....... Florida Passenger r Agent, -

smallest pills, will perform n cure nud 1 ,..
:f. o 212_ West Bay Street JACCSpNYliOE. FLA.BRII .
f! : "A YEt\li" SAMPLE. COP- A Delicate Platlnctloa. are the b Rt. Stnrke Drug CttNOT 2'a 11)10.O.O.t4... .

IV.,,: "Did you say you wanted Shaketpearo's I'I citla: m Jul'fP 2Qth. 1RfllS. !
Is r, FREE .... ... .
WHAT WE SAY but :a.fIO --- .
works asked the book store --
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', I clerk. I i I Hood's Sarsaparilla Does, .

: .'lji\\J ,EKliY.) NEWS, I "No," replied the haughty girl; "I ,: that tells the story of its merit and sue- O S: TI1) .. : .
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1 ; SAVANNAH, GA. want his plays. "Washington Star. I I cess. Remember HOOD'S Cures. : TT. -- J.rI; : .<., !" b, : : ". '. .. ...

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m! CRISP SPEAKS;. United States, no 'great discusaion'as' ator from a Ohio, afterwards a 'diatinjuisbed f FOURTEEN- .KILLED. [ GROWTH OF THE SOUTH. j.ITEMS: OF ISTEBEST.. -,f ;." [ x

I It to the respective value of gold and silver judge of the supreme court of is::
Industrial Condition aa Reported Spot11of '
q ; no'great disturbance the hard the United States you find :him introducing ,The winless' large as a half lO .t. *<&
Week
,-C4I"JT ; .,,; ,monetary system nor no great. attack I a bill that reads as follows: ( 0, for the\tast" condi- lax,app'eujr_on some of the nev.vejj.

s' ,I, HE'' GIVES BIS'VIEWS ON THE i npon it."The. I That all bonds of the United'. States TROLLEY CAB GOES I THROUGH' The reports as to, industrial The newest thing in ash trajTrioin -**
.' of that believed tions in all parts of the southern states a dainty-pe nted half-bnrned ; *
people ; day issued or to be issued under the.Eaid. cigar as4
FINANCIAL QUESTION. AX OPEN DRAW BRIDGE. the week indicate that no material '
that there was such a thing as bimetallism act of congress hereinbefore, cited are for pant a red-tipped match on a china .eurfica..
in the
and they.believed that on bimetallism I payable, principal d interest, at the change has taken 'place done. The The newest. and prettiest -hindkeri '{

depended the interest and prop- option of the government of the United 'amount of business being chiefs in the sheerest ; kym
Coln- are
The Ex-Speaker Is For the Free I Fourteen of the Passenger Dead, : ainaiini; .
continues :
,i erty of the people of the United State., in silver dollars of the coinageof o iron. industry : tCnry' broadly tacKed and bordered I1j'
;age of Both .(fold and Silver. States. the United States containing 412} 'While! 'Only One Was Rescued active, and at no previous time have ,deep frill of embroidered'T.;".a". )r JEM
F -l-lSqnatjd
t'r: "But In 1873 silver was demonetized. :;- grains each of standard silver and to the furnaces been more actively at i

It. not demonetized, restore to its such silver coinsas work. ,There are no signs of any reductions Japanese fans, made of milk;*'
:
was .
':Before a joint session of the two : my coinage A frightful accident, by which fourteen in prices of pig iron of the or 18P"r:with pearl or bamboo' ':' '
friends because it for ;
was cheap, at legal tender in payment of said ]
? .
+ houses of the Georgia state legislature lost their lives occurred are new, odd and
Charles' the time of the passage of the act, the bonds, principal and interest, is not in I people various grades. ;New orders are not very pretty.v ,They'.t.
Wednesday night, Speaker ) bullion value of the silver dollar wa violation of the faith in t at Cleveland, 0., Saturday evening. If so numerous as a few weeks ago, but, are surprisingly nice to carry, fanning--
M P.' Crisp spoke upon the financalI public nor i''j to the' criminal and still unex- much more air that the ? .
Owing
outstanding ones are being ordinary a
'worth three cents more than the bull- derogation of the rights of the public many
y;; 'question. The distinguished Georgian plainable carelessness of a street car filled. Coal operators are quite busy The British crown is made r
ihe unanimous ion value of a gold dollar: creditors. (Applause.) And that up oi(dia-
had been invited by conductor, a ear well filled with people .and there seems to be a good demand monde rabies, pearl*,
Speaker Crisp the actionof After sapphires :
revised passed the house 159 to 79.
Tote of the two houses of the general by took an awful plunge of one hun- I for coal and coke the supplies being emeralds, set in silver and gold baadZ;. 1
congress when the question of free silver had been demonetized it was re- ;
'I", assembly issues to address of the them on the political coinage was before that body, and solved by the house by that vote test dred and twenty feet from the draw of ; readily absorbed by the trade. There It weighs 89'ouuc and '5weights ,pe aay.7

in session to hear day.him They and threw were said: "In December; 1876, we had a we had the power to proceed again to 'the Central viaduct into the dark waters is at present a better understanding { troy. In it there"ar&.3,453"**,:

joint vote of the house on free coinage. coin silver at 412} grains and honestly of the Cuyahoga river. I among southern lumber men than ever diamonds, 273 pearls, 9 rrtbiesj; 17 sap.'t
doors of the house of
s, the representative The yeas were 168 and the nays 53. discharge the obligations of the Uni- The accident occurred at 7:25 o'clockp. before, and the business is being car- phires and 11 :emeralds. 0 #!,: *i i r

? open, admitting. the general pub-' The democratic yeas were 124 and the ted States. m. The Central viaduct is a long ried on in a conservative way. The The little queen of the N et i..i&-'if

_ 'Ira I democratic were 17. In 1877, stone andiron structure which crosses I demand does not,warrant the full force entered!neon her 16th da.W:
Besides the members of the legislature nays That Fifty-Cent Dollar. year a Wi
r one year thereafter, another vote on the Valley railroad and the Cuyahogariver I in all the great mills, and by agree- anti in honor of the .
ago
and the state officers a number of "Then, we have democrats who tell occasions ht, j
and connects
free coinage was taken. The. demo- and I like their Jennings avenueon ment, manufacturing is now somewhat to the great regret of her: subjects;
the Georgia congressional delegation, us- would to run over the south side with Central iD.-
avenueon
Congressman Bankbead, of Alabama, I cratic yeas were 97, democratic nays objections to free coinage: if I could- restrained. The reports aa trodnc&I a momentous change--sf'--
hun-
the The is
Y and scores: of the most prominent men 10. Ninety-seven to ten was the pro- they tell us that they are opposed to dred and east. feet bridge above the one river. to new; textile mills for the began to,wear her hair in the faahieit'kr'

the portion at that time of the democratswho 50-cent dollar. Now what do twenty. week includes a proposed cotton of young women. f .
in the state Among coining a ft
were present. favored the : The draw was open for a tug draw mill at Fayetteville, N. C,, to be _
well known faces were those of Hon. I free and unlimited they mean by that? A silver dollar schooner which about to capitalized One Australian species of the femiitt "1
G: duBignon Chancellor coinage of silver."Now will buy anything that a gold dollar will ing a was I at $300,000, a $200,000 cotton quail ia'almost twice the size
Fleming usual the Cftied
beneath the As
peES bridge. Jackson Mis and cottonseed
mill at a
Bog of the State university, Dr. H. why was it demonetized? buy in the market, in this country or male of the same species and'
gates were closed on both sides of the mill of large size'at ;: a>aang r
c. White, Mr. W S. Raoul and hun- There can be but one reason. It was abroad. Your silver dollar will pass; draw and displayedto delinting ;larger birds the male of ,thi common
danger lights were :
S. C. ;
:dreds'of. others. to increase the value of a gold dollar. your silver certificates can be used in Charleston, on account of ite

Mr. Crisp spoke for two hours, confining Now, those who oppose silver say, 'We England; because they are good in guard against an accident. An elec- There is also reported the organization size cassowary and luller plumage IDI&Del f
| might bars'garded
tric car was seen coming along the
'of Fort
at Fort Smith Ark. the
it because it is because ,
: f himself exclusively to the financial oppose cheap, this country, and the Englishmen want east toward the south side, but Cap- and TransitCo. by a casual observer /at''the P.!
Smith & Van Buren
the bullion is But in 1873 Light .
question and coming out emphatically cheap. ,as something we have got to sell. Why, female. ,-4 ,
tain Charles Brennan who has
for bimetallism-for the free I have told you, when it was struck then, call this a 50-cent dollar? You charge ., capital $200,000; of the Hunting '

coinage of both gold and silver at the down, the bullion in a silver dollar was mean that the bullion in that dollar is of the bridge, had no thought of dan- Island Land Co., of Bluffton S. 0., The Princess of Capua, ,';MGiti..';1, S

__ present ratio-and asserting,that the I worth 3 cents more than the bullion in only worth 50 cents. Probablythat ger, as the usual precautions had been capital $50,000; of the building of recently at Lucca was the da tom;pi

United States, with.her) seventy million a gold dollar. That act was passed is true, but why is it true? The observed. The car was one of the Ce- cotton oil mills at Wolfe City, Texas, of a beautiful Irish girl;Mis Penelope" X
without the of the dar and Jennings avenue branch of the to cost! $50,000 and of the charteringof Smith who became'the 1
of people,:was sufficiently power- knowledge on part value of everything, my friends, is ; iRorp tic;: :
ful to establish bimetallism the world people, or of the people's representatives regulated by supply and demand. big Consolidated line, and had fifteen the Keyser Manufacturing Co., at- wife of Charles Ferdinand of Bourboo:

<; over. He cited the fact that the mere I and I never heard it questionedin Doubly is that true as to money passengers, a conductor and motorman Chattanooga, Tenn., with $40,000 cap- Prince cf Capua, brother of Ferdinand! -
democratio circles until within the I aboard. At what is known as-the "de- ital. The Toxaikana Oil & DelintingCo. II. of the
Naples notorious ia&mba.
passage of a free coinage bill by the The desire for money equals the desire ;
last or two. railing switch, some .two hundred ., capital $30,000, has been char- J'" I s
year ---YJ
United
t States senate several years ago I. for everything else on earth. You ,
"On the Bland-Allison law in 1878 feet from the draw, the conductor me- tered at Texarkana, Texas; an electri- '
o tad caused the bullion value of silver can have no substitute for money. If -
in London to advance 23 cents the democratic yeas were 122 nays fail to flour to make bread chanically alighted, as is the wont of cal plant to cost $25,000 is ,in contemplation A Hearty Weleeae _
an you get all if To returning peace by day anitranqainttj ai'v;.1
conductors at this point, to see
in ten and held that the 21. One hundred and twenty-twp to But there is at Owensboro, Ky., and a $15- Is extended bY'the
_ ounce days, you ,may buy corn. no night : l'beum&t.1Aip: !
all was right. The car came to a standstill -
rehabilitation of silver by the United 21 were the friends of silver. On the substitute for money. You must have 000 tannery company has .been char- who nwes these blessings to Hostettert, *.; ... {

States would re-establish it the world free coinage bill in 1886 the democratic it if you live in a community with and the motorman waited for or- tered at Sanford, Fla. ach Bitters.for Dont and delay the use of this fia3.. n
anodyne pain of
ders. purifier the blood
_
an
over. yeas were 96, nays 70.! The your fellow men. Therefore the demand % Electric lighting plants are reportedat Instant beyond the point when the dfeeasa.ig f

t' The speech was on practical, argumentative nay!, you see, were then increasing, for money exceeds the demandfor The conductor;fer some unaccountble Eufaula and Demopolis Ala.; a manifests itself. Kidney trouble 4J PeP1fa. """
but still a majority of the democrats reason, failed to see the red signal flouring mill at Blevins Tex. a large liver complaint rippe and irregularity
e lines, just as Mr. Crisp anything else, or equals the demand ; the bowel are relieved and cured by'the. !"
? speaks on all, occasions. It.was generously stood for the free coinage of silver. for everything else in the world of danger the closed gates, or per guano factory at Valdosta, Ga., and Bitters.. : or; l- .j ...
haps custom made him careless, and *' :
"In 1890 the free coinage democratswere lock works at Huntington W. Va. i
applauded throughout and at put together. Now, then, silver is The highest problem of any art fata eaue. J-J .
101 13. In 1890 again the he signaled to the motorman, John Railroad machine to be builtat by the l.lusioa ot ;
3 conclusion,the audience applaudedloud nays not coined except to a certain extent.It shops are appearance a higherraaTt :1-1
democratic vote was 112 22 Rogers, to come ahead. The motor- Charlotte N. 0. rice mill at Jen- .
a
.and long .and crowded about to yeas nay has not the privilege of free coinage. ; Dr.Kilmer's! Sw A.p-koo?tm'il
t extend congratulations to the speakerfor in favor oi free coinage."In About Values. man turned on the electric current,the nings, La., and the woodworking ail Kidney and Bladder trouble *" "J'

,what all termed the most logical March, 1892, on a motion to ta- conductor jumped aboard tho car, and plants for. the week include handle Pamphlet and Consultation fr a> > t;.
"Some of bur friends tell us-democratic at considerable the vehicle LaboratoryBinghamton.N.L. ';;', .
and concise statemeni of the financial ble a free coinage bill the yeas were friends the law doesn't create speed near- factories at Knoxville, Tenn., and :

issues ever made before a Georgia au 148 and the nays '147. I was speakerat value. I ed the deathtrap. Gainesville, Fla. ; a lumber companyat The quarter an hour before dinner.Irk aa..t
to that. But the law
worst suitors chooser
/ dience. that time and voted with the nays can create agree demand, and demand can > Why the motorman did not see t> A Covington, Ky., having $10,000 can sac"., .' ., K.,

In beginning his address Mr. Crisp and that made a tie and the motion danger lights or the closed gates coo capital; and saw and planing mills 'at STAn: or Onto Crrr or:TOLEDO. :'I acs*' ; ;
create value. Do you question. that? LUCAS COUSTT. | 3sFBASK ,
than he did will always remain
failed. (Applause.) er a Riverside Ala Ga. and "
aid:. 'Profoundly grateful for the Sparks, Lacy, J.Caxaxr: makes nth that bstb.4
r' honor which have conferred In August, 1893, the free coinage Strike down the demand for,any com- mystery, but the fact remains. that Le Miss. Water works are to be built at senior partner of the nnn of F.J. CHKIIT &$ d c r
you upon modity and diminish its valueand did Co., doing business in the C.ty of" Totes ?
democrats not. \
me, I shall endeavor to manifest myappreciation were 101, nays 103. For the you Eufaula, Ala., and Bay"St. LoU ,l\IIS8. County and Stare afore-*H.and thatsafatira?
by /rank, honest and first time in the history of the demo- increase the demand and you increasethe A few feet from the draw it dawned Among the enlargements are a $75,000 will pay the earn of ONE HUNDRED DO[.. -
value. the motorman that it LARS for each and every caw oi Catarrh that/. J
cratio party in 1893 a majority of the upon was open. addition to a brewery at Nashville
fearless* of views .
presentation my on that cannot be cored by the use of ALL' _CITIES_ *. ,
; the public issuss of the day. Of course democratic representatives in congressa "Suppose there was a law pro- With a speed born of desperation he Tenn., and enlargements of cotton CURL and J. ."

4 it goes without saying that I shall majority of two-voted against viding that no mill should grind winter threw the handle and' applied the mills at Eufaula and Florence, Ala., presence Sworn to this bfrrre-mn 6th day of Deelmber..D.J2IILJ'H sab! eribed ta mr

).;t, t speak to you as a democrat; one, too, free coinage. They voted against free wheat, for instance i what wouldbe brakes. Douglasville aad Lin ale, Ga. The r-*-f .,,. -i r.t: ;
the effect of that? it would Three :Men : .1ft
Why Jump. .
coinage then because that was a 1S11. -
who feels proud of the record of his proposition new buildings of the week include a Notary hbl1t.'...
party and one who feels that the real to repeal the Sherman ]Jaw.and increase the price of the spring wheat The bridge captain, seeing the approaching $25.000 armory at Jacksonville, Fla., Ra.ll's Catarrh Cure is tken internally amt: ;:.J"!: .

and best interests of the masses of the I they were urged to let that propositionstand I: and it would diminish the price of the car, shouted like a madman, a $9,000 school building at Covington, acts faces directly of tbe on system.toe blood Send and for mucous trstlmoalal4.4 eat .51;

t people of the..United States are, linked by itself, and' when it was disposed winter wheat. Wouldn't it? I admit but availed nothing. The car was already Ga., and new buildings at University fTe". F. J. CHE4KTt57 : fir CaToletittQa}o'y

indissolubly with the destinies. of that of further legislation should be the law can't create value, but it can on the down grade to the draw of Virginia to cost about 325000. SoId.by Druggists,?c- r' t",j

3$ ( had in relation to silver. Following) create the demand and destroy the de- and the brakes were not able to hold Tradesman (Chattanooga Tenu. f.
.' I great party. Applause.) ) 'NEW CHIATTANOOO .L.BO&ATOBT.itp'0.e i
i "In like where that, in March, 1894, we had the mand, and demand regulates value. the car on the slippery rail The '
a government our, ther TVertiWli: ::
.r the Largest t SL| .
*
seignorage bill, more legislation in "Now, our democratio friends who motorman, realizing his danger, for- TURKS KILL 80O. .
v ,the people rule, it is essential that we I C.rd.1 IIaas I......Sale..;: .- 4tt:!
f should have party government. Whereall the interest of silver; and how dill that oppose this measure say that under no sook the precious cargo he was hauling (- CHA.'t'1'.I. OOG".TxsTr,November tbt-T1 .T r

men must vote or should vote in result? Democratic ayes 135 and nays consideration could they agree to coin and with a wild cry leaped oft the American Mission Property DestroyedBut immense new laboratory of the Chattanooga j*" 1

50. The hour had come when some- silver at less than its commercial value.I front platform, ran down the viaduct the Missionaries Unharmed. : Medicine Company was commenced to-daT'JNI
r the selection of officers it is natural Nearly an acre of floor space tot noir and fa-SA%
4' that those men who main thing should be done for silver, and agree with them. There is no in the direction of Center avenue and Secretary OIney has received a cable makinMcElree's Wine of CardoludThed '!
agree upon trouble between that. But how from United States Minister ford's Black Draught, bat thU new cam=;:4'J
essential principles should vote together many of those gentlemen who had us on disappeared in the darkness.At .Terrell Doubles the capacity of tbe plant, ,Tk IIaIi-; ,
and thus form a party. voted against free coinage in 1893 on can we get at its commercial value? If the same instant two male pas- confirming the reports from Constan ness has become one of the larrest in t4.-iy.eountry. M,....k lt'lx
the bill in democratic friends think to coin- the of .And now send its leading vrodu .11'&"
"Now, the democratic party'standsfor ; seignorage voted favor of my sengers jumped off the rear platformand tinople concerning massacre Wine of Canini, to every part of the weelt."I,
certain principles. It stands,for silver. So that the vote was demo pare its value with geld now when it is escaped death as by a miracle. 800 persons by the Mussulmans! at A branch offl-e has been established"WI' r...,;
'
local self-government.. It stands for crats 135 to 50, and when the bill was prohibited coinage, then I say to them The car reached the closed iron gates Kharput, and the destruction of a Louis: for the,northwestern' trade.: "

economy in the administration of public vetoed the democrats voted yeas. 117, they are no friends of silver and are and in an instant the crash of snapping large amount of American mission v(a bets Appreciate the G..*.VTerk.. '\'||

affairs It stand against, class leg- nays 50. enemies of a fair test. iron and breaking glass was heard. property. The scene of this massacreis of Parker'GlngerTonic.with it imfViitr4< | -

., ialatioB. It stands for equal rights to "Taking all these votes together, "The way to test its commercial This alarmed the conductor, who had far inland and beyond the reach ofa ities-a boon to the painstrtckenandherroead'ITsstopped "!

; all of the citizens of the country and my friends-taking the fact that silver value is to restore its status as it was stepped 'inside, and he was 'seen to man-of-war, which would be obligedto free by 1)11. Kmntt Gazer," ;

special privileges to none. It stands was demonetized in a republican congress when it was stricken down. (Ap make a dash for the rear door, but he pass the Dardanelles and enter the XKSVI Marvelous ItEsroatB.cures. Treatwe llt&.tter and>$2.!.olttWbot.r'tdat'.w >.i3a.;,5 :

against high tariff which is class leg -am I not justified in saying plause.) There was no question of the was too late. Black sea to approach even the neighboring tl..free. Dr. N line.93lArvt St..Phlta.PvNervous : :) ,,

Walton; and in my judgment, gentlemen that the establishment of the single commercial value of silver in 1873. It The Fatal Plunge. coast. '

it stands, and has always stood, gold standard in the United States was was worth 3 cents more to the dollar I A second later the car swayed on It was from an apprehension of ,Deb 1-

in favor of bimetallism. (Applause a republican measure and has never than gold. Now I say if you are honestly the edge of the awful space, steadiedfor /trouble on the Syrian coast that the #

and cheers.) ,And that is the questionI met with the approval of the majorityof a silver man, if you are honestly an instant, as though in a frantic United States steamship Marbleheadwas -- S ..'f 1: S

propose to discuss tonight. the democratic party? (Applause.) in favor of having the use of the two endeavor to maintain its equilibrium stationed there recently and, the Cood Health, Strength and.ApprJtlte zis a

"What is bimetallism? The equal The Amount of Gold and Silver In the metals at their commercial value, the and toppled over. There 'was an ago. wisdom of the move is now apparent.She Given by Hood's SaraaparUla.I ';(f i.S ,

coinage of gold and silver at the mint World. first step for you to take is to vote for nizing chorus of screams and in an instant has been cruising'alongthe coast "I had been sufferer! from aerron*w ;f S

the rehabilitation of silver, that is a I but when bWty'for eight: ;yean. Various treatmaottf
without discrimination against either "Think of it for a moment.. ThereIs all was quiet. unfortunately just the massacre .
ratio law. Cheers bill to recoin it as it was in 1873 at is to have occurred .5' did not giw' ::
fixed reported
at a b7 ( and about three and a half billion dol- The car struck upon a projectionof at t
applause.) Anything short of the absolute lars of each of these metals in the the ratio" of 16 to 1 and discover its piles in the abutment beneath the Alexanderetta, she was further down relief. I went ;
and
?' equality of those metals at the world, the money with which all dutiesare value. draw, then turning and collapsing it the coast at a place called Mercine. Germany DIi; .

mint, whatever.it maybe, is not bime to be paid and all business trans, In concluding Mr. Crisp eaid: fell into the dark river below, scatter- The value of the property reported to treated byaspea

\' tallism. (Applause.) acted. If by a single act you strike "Bear in mind what bimetallism is. ing its passengers in all directions and have been destroyed is between 1st. h a abort :

i "In 1792 we established a mint in down one-half of that money necessarily Bear in mind that it puts the bullion breaking the tow line between the tug $75,000 and $100,000. gaTe up his Itaet<

the United States. The constitution the other half must bear the value of silver. on an eqtfelity with and schooner that were passing.: The News ..Confirmed! ment and :rettrasd', ;{

of the United States provided thateonltl'ell whole burden. But our friends tell gold, and bear in mind that it will restore A The cable to this eomd 1. oar. ;.-J
few following
suppressed were heard message was re- .'
groans
1 to the people of the whole United the advice 0(
should 'coin and standard friendsthatthey
money reg. us-our single by the men who happened to be ceived at Washington Saturday, by theAmerican
.. States that prosperity to which on friend I begaatsliagHood'sSa
ulate the value thereof. That is .the are the friends of silver. Thereis the docks Board of Missions j
below. Men from the Foreign .
they are so much in need, a Y.1'Q'
s exact of the constitution."In of the '
language no advantage, gentlemen as-
bri-lge above and from the docks who from Rev. H. O. Dwight, of Constantinople '
1792 the first coin- there is in having J rilla. The first JIotootlebeD.eAtedme
was passed sembly, no rdvantago had of
witnessed the 'accident, called to by way Philipopolis: "
%'f ;
age law. That law provided that every silver as a money unless it is a PITTS SHOT THREE. I -
the
men on the tug to pick the "Fire hundred were killed in Kh pouteight
fifteen pounds weight of pure silver legal tender money and stands upon -- up peo- shortly I was cured. I am now stron',j"*| SRr
A Sensational Tragedy Enacted In ple, but only two passengers, one man or twelve missions burned; live spared,houses a good i appetite, and have increased fitweight. '
should be of equal value in all pay- its own feet. (Applause.)
Tennessee. and one woman, were rescued. The stripped. Turks will regard this as a test of .-, Mss: CI-AXA Hicis, 248 Bn1'-Avenue ,;
ments with onepounds'weightof gold, "If it is to be supported in someway ,;Brookiyn, N. Y. Eememlwi.. & '.
however the intention
The woman, died while being removed of the United States to defendmLsioD.'I.
and all the gold and silver coin which Dy the gold standard, then,;my story of a sensational tragedywas Y /
to the No missionaries
bas been struck at and issued from the friends, the money you pay for the received at Nashville, Tenn., The hospital. anywhere; villages Hood's SarsaparillaIs ..
news of the accident everywhere deflated people starring! and
mint shall be a lawful tender in all silver is wasted. You had better tako Tuesday night from Macon county, on spread ;
rapidly and .in a few minutes fire naked. Instant help. the Onl.!
the a
payments whatsoever. This is blmet- paper, which costs nothing, and print The scene was ata s
allism. There is nothing about a unit dollars. (Great Applause.) Bt,Kent-6. Long Fork creek. boat, six ambulances, six dead wagons (Signed) DWIOHT. True Blood Purifier
and .
of value, but it fixed a ratio between "The refunding act and the resump- It Kirby, Jim Liv a squad of policemen were on. Costly Blaze In Sherman, Tex. 6 tot-
11
hand and the Prominently the public ; jf
the two metals and provided bylaw tion act are provided for the paymentof ingstone and Jack Moulder, three of work of rescuing the Fire destroyed the Lentz block at eye.

that either of the factory hands, drunk and. bodies was taken up. One by one Sherman Tex. all liver iUe.b1Rm;J'
them at that ratio should the obligations of the United Statesin : were at- Saturday morning. Hood, PI'lfs cure ,
be a lawful tender for all debts, publio coin-coin of the standard value. tacked the factory boss Captain F. G. they were found and taken to under Loss $100,000; fully insured. The ness,headacht.. ? '

and private. At the time of the passage of the act Pitta. They rushed upon him with taking establishments different partsof buildings were the finest in. northern 'ii.

It was found in 1834, that there was 412} grains of silver was a standard clubs and knives and he retreatedsome the city. Texas. Corn 1b : v a

a disparity between the coinage value silver dollar It was, a legal tender distance, but finally drew his The scenes which were enacted in ; .

and the commercial value of the two when the act was passed, and yet immediately pistol and fired four times. He brought Detroit after the Journal accidentwere LOSING ORDERS. 0 .4

metals, growing, my friends, as I hop after the passage of tbe act I down all three of the men. Kirby was repeated at the viaduct disaster -- icyfM

to demonstrate to you, out of the difference you find Mr. Sherman-and go where 1 shot in the abdomen, Livingston and undertakers, like ghouls, were The Strike Costing e Clyde Ship. is a' vigorous feeder and ;
of the ratio in this through the side and Moulder struggling for possession of the bodies. builders Inch Business. '
country you will you will find no man entitled I in the well to liberal ftier.
I and the ratio abroad. Did the peo- to'so much credit or so much discredit -i side. Kirby and Livingston are dy The moment the accident became Cable advices from Glasgow, Scot- sponds .d4

ple of that day propose,to discontinue for the present condition as Mr. I ing. No arrest has been made. noised about they hurried to the docks land, state that the disputes betweenthe On corn lands the yt .

the coinage of either metal because Sherman-you find Mr. Sherman in I with their dead wagons and engaged Clyde shipbuilders* their employee increases and the soil improv'' .t

thera was a difference in the ratio'Not 1875 writing a letter to the attorney STEEL WORKS START UP. in the nnseemingly wrangle for the continue without any change. fee
corpses. The builders have lost order if properly treated with ; fry
*o; but they carefully considered general-a republican attorney general -- an from a

all surroundings came to the con- -uking him whether he could issue And Employment will be Given to The motorman was found after midnight ; the Italian government for the construction tilizers containing not lads Js

elusion that there was too much gold the bonds payable in the coins of : Many Men. by two detectives and he insists : of three gunboats and twelve

r in the gold dollar, and they reduced the then present standard. If they The Maryland Steel company has that the reason he ran Was because he tarpedo boats, owing to their inability 7% actual

v the quantity of gold in the gold dollar were payable in the present standard started up the fires in furnace A. at was panic-stricken and he did not see to furnish a guarantee that they

and thus sought bring about parity.. they were gold bonds. If they were Sparrow's Point, Md., giving immediate the gates or the lighls until the crash would be delived at a specified time. Potash.

r' That was in 1834. Still another payable in coin of the standard of the employment to one hundred came. The Norwegian government has placedan Y

,t change was madein 1837, and. the date of the act, then they wero coin men. 'The indications are that the Later. order for torpedo boats with Ger-

g ratio was changed from 15 to 1 to 16 bond..*. great iron and steel plant will be in Up to 6 o'clock Sunday evening the man builders for the same reason. A trial of this plan costs but

"r to 1, so that sixteen pounds of silver "The attorney general answers: 'The full operation within a few weeks, giv bodies of fifteen victims of Saturday The

4 ,. should equal one pound of gold and bonds are redeemable in the coin of ing employment to 800 men. Tie night's catastrophe had been recovered. Oldest Conductor Dead. little and is sure to lead ,

M either should be permitted to be used the standard of 1870, the date of the Sparrow's Point works are controlled This accounts for all but four of the and W. D. Kennedy, the South Carolina profitable culture.

in the payment of debts.' That con act." by the Pennsylvania company, and it passengers known to have been on the of Georgia road conductor, in point Our circulars

tinued the' law of the United States Payable In Silver. is semi-officially stated that as the par- car at .the time it made its dreadful service the oldest railroad conductor ing special pamphlet Iertiizerabut! are not are advertising practical works,ci

down to 1873.; Before the war, during "Coming down to 1878, we fine ent company crowded with work, plunge from the open Central viaduct in America, died at Charleston Satur' ing latest ittiearches' the subject! of fcrtIIirau00'are fits

.'that, long' period we had in the Stanley Mathews, the republican sen large orders will be transferred to the II down in\p the Cuyahoga river. doctor day. Mr. Kennedy has been a con the:aski reallyz.helpful'to firmer They are;net '

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"If i iY DR. TAMAGE, have w>hed yon bad been Invited there and fr Luminous Paint. Highest of afl m Leavening Power-Laiert.U.SJGor'k Report .: ,

, could, sit at the. feast. "Oh,the grandeurof Wi rmrH ,. e
"I taD8 '
Belshazzar's feast! you :would have The' and it is claimed ;-'. '
most recent m. <
said, but you look In'.at the close of the s ,
#?'t M THENOTEp; plVINE'S SUNDAIDISCOUESE. banquet'and your blood curdles with hor- practical method, described,. for thepmduction .

ror.'- The king of terrors has there a ghast 'of luminous paint is as follows akig1 '. ,
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1 her banquet. Human blood is the wine,nd shells -cleaned with ,
- ': r-.. dying groans are the music. Sin has made Mis. M. A. Owens Falls Down a Long : Oyster are"
itself a king in.the earth. It has crowned warm water, then put into the fire for "I' J.

.1 '.ftabject: .'iIaiJl -on the Wall." itself. It has spread a banquet. It Invites Flight of Stairs and Kills half an!honr, at the end of,which time .: ,

Jj" .' all the world to come to It It has hung In taken out and allowed to LjPowder .
they
Her Child. are .
'"'" its banqueting hall the spoils of aU king- ......
1ft:: II' :TKriI" ''1" th..t nls-ht wa B"\J\ zzn': doms and the banners of all Nations. It has cool; when quite cold, 'they are ,.

the K1ngot, the ,Chaldeios, alaln."Dinlel, gathered from all music.. It has strewn, Ladies with pounded to a fine state, all gray por- ,.
meet accidents in
30. from Its wealth the many ABSOLDTECV PURE ,
.: T.; tables and floors and i tions discarded, and the powder placedin -
: arches.And yet how often is that banquet :descending stairs-the result being '"
,1j NJght'wu about'to coma << : broken often broken limb S- SS
up and how horrible is its end! Ever a or worse} but we --
.
:1 Ion. _The shadows of h r 250 towers began and anon there is have heard of where flowers of sulphur., The lid is pat on -, ;
to lengthen.. The Euphrates rolled on, a handwriting on the wall. never a mother Called for the Limit. When He's Gone. ---c
touched by the fiery splendors of the setting A king falls. A great culprit. is arrested. falls down a flight of stairs-kills her and cemented with sand made into a -- 4 .-S -

un. and gates of bras?; burnished and glttterinff : The God.knees judgment of wickedness, like armed knock together. child and escape death, until our atten- stiff paste with beer, and when dry, There is a dealer in men's shoes who I"Ho-lram Cummin Wee : _
an host. breaks sighed l
opened and shut Ute doors of flame, tion was called to an accident to Mrs. ,
is baked in the fire for the of 5
an '
wet with In upon the banquet, and that night is Bel- space has sticking out.of each pair of shoesin "I wish these 'wheels 'a: electricity ;
The hanging gardens of Babylon M. A. Owens of 2115 K St., Washington ; .
:vl sbazzar. tbe hour. cold the lid
of the When
I king Chaldeans
starlit slain. quite the window of his store three neW' /
the heavy dew began to pour from: Here Is a man who 1'Icannot D. C. We use her language : would,hurry up their work-K'
: young
says: is and the shouldbe
flowers and dripping leaf a fragrance for opened, as product '
see why make $1 'bills. An accompanying announce- Truck "Wot idee yegot ; A
and I they such a fuss about the intoxicating t' About two months Byder- ,
miles around. The streets squares I all be ,
white to
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'many'WfJl811ghted for danea and frollo and prom- cup Why, it is exhilarating! It \ before the time for gray parts are sep ment reads: "Three of a kind takes a now, Cummin?" .- ; I-

, enade.. -The theaters and galleries of art better makes me feel feel well. I can talk better, think 11 i \ my confinement I fell arated, as they are non-luminous. A pair., A' young; man undertook to "Then we',kin start out huntin. ft'- 't '

., invited the wealth and pomp and grandeur have such, better. I cannot see why people l \ down a long flight of sifter is then made by taking a"" pot, beat the game the other day. job o' 'teDclin. .bosses."- Clereland S '
,4 a prejudice against it" A few .
of the city to rare entertainments. Scenes putting of fine muslin ..
; stairs 'and killed a piece very "You sell shoes according to the
years pass on, and he wakes up and finds Post. ,
and'wassail in .
of riot were mingled ,
every himself in the clutches of habit lii\ unborn loosely around, tied about with a '* S .
:street and"'godless! mirth 'and outrageous an evil which my rules of 'poker don't. you? he in :
he tries to break. but cannot. and he cries I I I \.e child. I know string and the in at the '
excess and splendid wickedness came to the :' powder put quire To clean silver, wash it in hot soapsuds .
,king's palace to do their mightiest deeds ofdarne. out, 0 Lord God help me!" It seems as I, .J I I r this,as I never top and raked about until only the "We do '* the clerk. ,to which ammonia has been _
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I' though God would not hear his prayer, and -I Li I felt it move af replied '
\, royal& featto-nfghtat the king's palace! In an agony of body and soul he cries out, 1 terwards and coarse powder remains. On openingthe "Well I wear size 9; wrap me up added in the proportion of one table- -. :

Bushing.p to the gates 'chariots, uphol- "It biteth like a serpent, and stingeth like could t R Il it pot, a very fine powder is found, two pairs of them." spoonful to a' quart of suds. Brush _

stered with precious cloths from Dedan, and an How adder.black How bright it was at the start! '4 I was out of po and this is to be mixed into a thin He received the shoes and handed well with an old tooth or nail brush S
4 It at the last!
: drawn by flro eyed horses from Togarmah, was paint with water, two thin applications better still with' small hand S
Here gum or a
is sitionUpon ,
who $3.
a man begins to read loose over .
: that rear and neigh In the grasp of the charioteers m
: while a thousand lords dismount DOvels. "They are so charmfcig." he says. being examamined being better than one' 'thick i "Excuse me," said the clefk, 'but brush which can be. bought for a }

,' and women dressed In ail the splendors of "I will go out and see" for myself whether all __ by one. This is said to be a luminous I those ehoes come to $6." trifle _

.Syrian emerald. and the. color blending of these things are so. He opens the gate ofa two physicians paint that will show luminously: far I "ThaVs all the
sinful life. He in. A. sinful sprite right, replied young; .
goes
and thejchasteness of the child 0
agate, coral and the was
into the night provided it is exposedto "
omber glory of Tyrlan purple and princely meets him with her wand. She waves her dead. man "three of a kind beat two pair. ; '

embroideries, brought from afar br camels wand, and it is ail enchantment. Why it They pronounced decided as the light during the day. "I know that," said the clerk, "but 1LANTAPO5ITV ,
seems as if the angels God had poured out !! :
acrothe desert and "Tarshlah
by of
l'l ships beat nines.-Shoe
don't four
the lea. I vials of'perfume in the atmosphere. As my symptoms wereso Vicarious.DoctorCountess they ,

\ 'acro. Open wide, the gates and let the guests he walks! on he finds the hills becomingmore favorable and I was in no pain; could I should be gladif and Leather Reporter. &) .

'o ome in. The chamberlains and cupbearers radiant with foliage and the eat heartily, rest well and was doing would let hear ; JIRETOIg"\
Hark ravines more resonant with the, falling finely in that it was safer to you me you cough.
;\ :'ere all ready. to the rustle of the silks, every way, \ -
F pand to the carol 6f the music See the blaze water. Oh,'What a charming landscape he let nature take its course, and left me Countess-I don't feel disposed to do An odd cribbage board is made of -0-, ; _

i 'of the]jewels! ', Lift the banners. Fill the sees! But that sinful sprite, with .wand, with instructions that they be advised so just now. (To her maid) Elize, aluminum and fashioned in the shapeof A Hit of Reliable, 'BU8in ",_ Bouses; _. .'

i aps.: Clap the cymbals. Blow the tram- meets wand,him and all again the but enchantment now she is reverses gone. _The the promptly any unfavorable symptoms.I please cough as I did this morning.- a heart. The pegs have flower hew ", where. ,itor to the Great ,Shot*. .i
i tet the .
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pets. night go by with and '
| danee and 0ratlon. and let that Babylonish song cup is full of poison. The fruit turns to had,'Without the knowledge of any one Motto per Kidere. and the whole is scatterecL over win will be properly'1' treated 'and 'canpurchase -

tongue be palsied that wilt not say, "0 King ashes. .&flthe leaves of the bower are forked except my.husband, been for some weeks small hand-painted forget-me-nots. In; good allowed price',

v Belshazzar, live forever tongues of hissing serpents. The flowing using Mother's Friend" with great Would Do Ills Part. the center of the heart are painted f:

:f I Ah mr' friends It was not any common fountains fair back in a dead pool stenchful relief and could see no reason why I Editor-Yes, we need a man. Do three cards-an ace of hearts, a four # '
|; banquet to which these great people came! with corruption. The luring songs become should not continue its use, and did so. know how to ? STILSON & COLLINS \
run a newspaper of and of diamonds. ,
's(; llpartsofthe earth had sent their'richest curses and screams of demoniac laughter. Now came a long time of suspense and you spades a jack '
Lost about him and feel for his No sir but I'm
;i' Tiands to that table. Brackets and ebandeUers spirits gather waiting for developments. To the surprise Applicant- ; willingto '
( flashed their light heart and beckon him on wfth"Hail brother! learn. I've been in the businessover : S
< upon tankards of of all I continued to do well and MRS. ADAMS' LETTER. JEWELRY CO.
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Hall blasted hail
He tries to ,
get
Fruits spirit, .
|< tmrnished gold. ripe and luscious, ,
,4(: la baskets of silver, entwined with leaves, out. He comes to the front" door :where he got along better than I ever did before ten years.Puck.Reflected LTXU.T,Chattooga Co. Gau,Oct.4,l9S. '

j, plucked from royal conservatories. Vases, entered and tries to push it back, but the when enciente, although every'one, in- Glory.A 55 Whitehall SU Atlanta.Oa.

? inlaid with emerald and ridged with ex- door turns against him, and in the jar ot cluding the physicians, feared the ter- Two medicines Everything in the Jewelry and Sliver
who sits and boastsof S
v> 1i eulstte traceries, filled with nuts that were that shutting door he hears these words, mination would be fatal. man around have dQne me so
,threshed' from forests of distant lands. "This night is Balshazzar" the ,king'of the Eight weeks and two days from the his ancestors makes a mighty poor much good I canr Line at Factory? Prices.. 4_ .

;:Ii ''Wine brought from the royal vats, foam- Chaldeans, slain. Sin may open bright as time I fell, natural labor came on and ancestor himself.-Atchison Globe.poffq not find words to
the morning. It ends dark as the night! f FORA
'ing In the decanters and In 535PAY4 FULLCOUR8K$35 '
,, bubbling the the child was taken away in the usual express my grati- :!
I learn further from this subject that death
;.: ,cbsllces.! Tufts of cassta and frankincense :
:
tude for them. I
and to the of all I
manner, surprise was SULLIVAN&CRICHTON's
;;' watting their sweetness from wall and table. sometimes breaks in upon a banquet Wby
banners did he not go down to the prisons in Baby found in better condition than ever was down with a -
t; : Gorgeous unfolding In the breeze "
Ion? There there that would before at confinement. .v complication of
( that came through the open window, bet were people any previous I
; wltehed with the perfumes of hanging gar- like to have died. I suppose there were men I: had'continued to use 'Mother's troubles, catarrhof : : .

,f. .flens., Fountains rising up from.Inclosures and women in torture in that city who Friend' up to the last hour, and experienced fr of the bowels and

i't'r.: of Ivory,In lets of crystal. to fall In clatter- would have welcomed death, but he comesto so little trouble that when the ( falling the And School of Shorthand. .I' r

.. ,lug rain of diamonds and pearls. Statues of the palace: and just at the time when the time % of it and the womb. For seven Modem from 20 Slate! *. 4 Penmen m _
.'f. down mirth is dashing to the tiptop pitch death came wa unaware 'a m'tyC' tlo u, free., HCMJVAN ft ,-' ... __ _
men looking from niches
.
". mifhty lathe breaks in at the banquet! We have I nurse had to make me undress quict- I weeks I could not CHI: HT' N. Prr r 14'! eec. "'I...., G u 'S
: and shields
;;OS f::,:' :nbdued wall upon empires.crowns Idols of wonderful brought work from often seen the same thing illustrated.v Here I and get in bed. I said to myself, "this i i.. sit up. Two bottles -

',i etatidlng on pedestals of precious stones. is a young man Just come from college. He I the work of 'Mother's Friend,' and I '.5. of McElree's : _

i';.;.. ,Xafcroldwies stooping about the trtnt4ow is kind. He is loving. He is enthusiastic.He i am having an easy time," as on previous Wine of Cardui and one package of c 1b39fIl

{; and wrapping pillars of cedar and is eloquent. By one spring he may i occasions suffered tortures for hours Thedford's Black-Draught cured me.I f *

'i,i drifting o&'floor Inlaid with Ivory and &$t- bound to heights toward which many men before. have recommended the Wine of __ 'S

,,j,1P.f'\ate. Muste, mingling with the thrum of have been struggling for 'years. A profession Everything was so easy and rapid Cardui Treatment to a number of suffering / I IF'T8WrnrEMALLSZ
; and the clash of cymbals and the opens before him. Ho is established in and .has failedto .
harps that the physicians had only time to get women, not one ,
the law. His friends cheer him. Eminentmen
a.'WOK of trumpets In one wave of transport relief its If I do
find use. can
.. encourage him. After awhile inthe house. Always before I had trou- by
you may
that 'went' rippling along the wall and
_I'breathing amOng the garlands! and pouring see him standing in the American. Senate or. ble with my breasts, but this time I had anything to help bring this good med

; 10'" down the corridors,and thrilling the souls moving a popular assemblage by his eloquence none, as I used .'Mother's Friend' on icine to the attention of sufferers, I -
'cfa thousanibanqueters.The as trees are moved in a whirl win:!. them as directed. I had them drawn and will be glad. MRS. E. C. ADAMS. ATL.ANTA.GA. I

!'- signal Is given and the lords and laflleiL Some night he retires early. A fever is on dried without any inconvenience. You I 5- S
-the'mighty men and .of the him. Delirium, like a reckless charioteer. oN1 BNJ"OYSBoth THE AERMOTOR CO. does half the WOrIdIwindmill -r
: women must not forget that it was eight weeks buslneu.because It has reduced the cost ot .
.'I- .land come around the table. Pour out the seizes the reins of intellect. Father and and two1 days from the death the child I the method and results when wind power to l.tt what It was. It has maoy brancbbouses TO AVOID 'THISTETTERINE USE
l .; 4;; win* Let foam and bubble kiss the rim! mother stand by and see the tides of his life : .and supplies Us goods and repali D .
;t.: Hoist everyone his cup anl drink to the going out to the great ocean. The banquetis before confinement and I suffered less Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasantand '$.at jour door it can and doe* furnish MOM -.,\ '
, coming to an end. The lights of and was stronger than ever before on ,better article for ten money than
1i'f.3_; eentiment. King Belschazzar, live for- thoughtand to the taie and acta and N .
refreshing others. It make Pumping Th OITLT p4tnlM* sad harm)*** _ _
cJ::i*eter!" Bwtanedhead band and carcanetof mirth and eloquence are being extin- such an occasion. My physicians and S Geared. SteeLQalTanUed-after- S s evu for tIIII w.sS tio of ROM' .
royal beauty gleam to the up.: guished. The garlands are snatched from friends, marveled at my escape. gently yet promptly on the Kidneys. Completion Windmills, Tilting e T Tatter. BiIlC1ftll1U.qIJroqbpMola- -

. lifted chaHees; as again, and again the brow. The vision la gone. Death at the I know that "Mothers' Friend" saved Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system ,Frames and JTUed Steel Steel Feed! Towers Cutters Steel and Bun feed Saw R A ee Ground on tb itch. tece.obaleev orosteU cbapa.ieiip.pmplw. >>

and again t'hey are emptied, Away banquet! I my life, and hope every expectant effectually, dispels colds, head -Jt Grinders. On application It win name one Pouon fcvm ivy or 1JOIIoaL '
r i with ,care'froin the pilace! Tear royal I have also to learn from the subject that mother will it. It robs the final 'lTr of these articles that It will furnish until Ie la abort alL rrcaxa. Send too. MBttMkp '
use aches and fevers and habitual or oaebi b> .1. T. tthaptnoevSavannaJi. .
.. .to' tatters! Pour out the destruction of the vicious and of those cures January 1st at 113he usual price. It also make 'H "
dignity more Ga. for pox. U
on* yoornTdoBt
4. hour of terrible and leaves her ; I
. "1' \ r.sine! 'Give us more light: wilder music who despise God will be very sudden. The suffering constipation. Syrup of Figs ia the Tanks and Pumps of all kinds. Send fOr csa1oqusFator1 .. kxap it. '.. _
Street Qkapo
.1 tjinrester perfume! Lord shouts to lord wave of mirth had dashed to the highest I' stroneerand makes recovery more rapid.I : 12th. Rockwell and Ftttoore You will find It at CHAB.0. IYAIK'S.' Atlanta. -
cap- of its kind
. \ when the broke have learned of marvelous results only remedy; ever pro- ,
I' ... tin ogles to captain. Goblets clash; de- point invading army ..
q4Pantem There come in the obscene through. It was unexpected. Suddenly, I where only one bottle had been used, but duceu; pleasing to the taste and',acceptable -

i.s a.z end th* drunken hlcoou h.. and the almost always, comes the doom of those who : the sooner "Mothers'Friend" is begun to the stomach, prompt in 0 ROPsyrreatedfree. ; .
: \' ? God and the of How For Style WeanM Contort : _
;tUTWBff Ifpatdthe guffaw idiotic lau h. despise defy laws men. ; and the longer used, the better for the its action and truly beneficial in its ._-/ :
it.ie '. Imter..bursting fronj the Ups of princes,flashed.'iWT was it at the deluge? Do you suppose it : mother when the hour arrives. "
ta elin Bloodshot while with it came through a long .northeast storm, so effects, prepared only from the most land cues pronounced VI.i.c:: C
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?, mingling
The Bradfield Regulator Co., of Atlanta hopeless.: From first dose symptoms rapidly disappe.vnrI ,
d. ? bear: "Huzza huzza for Eel. that people for days before were sure It was and substances its in ay.alleaslhirdsofaJl'ymptomsuo"moyeo!.
JifU'1 great healthy agreeable ten< '
,1, 1b ar'" coming? No, I suppose the morning; was Ga., will mail free to any expectant sent FREE.
: What is that'on the plastering of the wall? bright; that calmness brooded on the waters; mother their little bqok containing many excellent qualities commend r&OnJfSTRiAi3PiiRT-SWJjrii4wS8tapceUitouAttamtah!!B'iilsHm FREE by mail. Bloodworth Sloe (Co.!

'lI!It uptrit?, Is It a phantom? Is it God that beauty sat enthroned on the hills, when I I valuable information and voluntary testimonials to all and have made it the most \ ) | :

"imuila.stops.. The goblets fall irom the suddenly the heavens burst and the mountains -j! from ladies who have used popular remedy known. S Aa Unheard of Offer! : :

>\1., t.-1i "'Ile6U1'Mp."Thereia: a thrill. There iaaMart sank like anchors into the sea thatdllhe.1 "Mothers' Friend" with happy results.It This$55.00 fall Leather rap GraolneCounoca .
of is for sale in 50 3.4 'W'b.itob.iall St. _
Syrup Figs .
clear the Andes and the Himala .
llI.A' : ,j Thera is a thousand voiced shriek over can be obtained of any prominent tniaBi Bvaar for with...ibcfti-..... teal* *.
0 on nedpt
J iothoBor; Let Danel! be brought in to read cent bottles by all leading drug- '
: yas.The druggist in the United States.A of$i. Bnwitcr Sprint If in visiting.. ;
'18.' ...'tkM writing. .He comes in. He roads It, Bed Sea was divided. The Egyptianstried gists. Any reliable druggist who Vtettn. NeMbeturntallwlU
at.- a3TIIAed ia the, balance and found want- to cross it. There could be no danger. Queer Compound. $100. .AboolnM.... c."ra'lI.
If
not have it hand will lor oo txaeilj Mrcpreiiewrd.
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" 1"- The Israelites had just gone; through. Where --- may on pro- .pay wann baakth ATLANTA .

"S !1. i\\ entfle the Modes, who for two years they had gone, why not the Egyptians? Oh, A German chemist has made the cure it promptly for any one who .. .lttr bel......k |oO. Price...Iu.t5334Draft
CAIC WITH 011 registered or money <
1if!, beja Hying siege to that city, took ad- it was suoh a beautiful walking place! A wishes to try it. Do not accept any Bay direct. Sara dealer'a ImDMl'lln 'Dn frrrff Prt Cotoioua, you do tot find in tie Mannfacttirea
Ve. 'r' Ot,that carousal and came in I pavement of tinged shells and pearls, and dissovery of a new compound body, baadaome puAt4.GOOD. AJlltllMJlCll EJ. 0..... Buildjng that of the : -
large :
portion
..,:IP.I feet of the conquerors on the palace on either side two great walls of water- which is B!'id to possess the peculiar gubstitute P.'

; 1I't !Massacre rushes in with a thousand solid. There can be Jno danger. Forward, quality of solidifying under the actionof CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. POSITIONS EXPOSITIONOEVOT ::. '
' "' 'kuIve Death host of the the
g *. bursts upon the great; Egyptians Clap ..
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a. r ; Ad I fih11t the door of that banquet- cymbals and blow the trumpets ot victory! heat, and to again revert to the SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. BY STUDENTS J>10v1BE.1f ?

de'nU- ; ",,Jor I do not want to look. There After them! We will catch them yet, and liquid state at a temperature below 32 LOW5YILLE. KY. NEW-YORX.I..-- ,..- SECURED
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'{c there but torn banners. and broken they shall be destroyed. But the walls beginto degrees Fahrenheit. To this substancethe rnY"T

:#; \ and the slush of upset tankards, tremble! They rock! They fall! The name of "crostase" has beep given Business Firi Supplied with Help
me [lJ; tKelood of murdered women, and the rushing waters! The shriek of drowningmen '
to 1!t and tumbled carcass ota dead king. The swimming of the war horses in and it is stated to be obtained by mix Cold Water Richmond's Commercial College.

,::4 fin that- night was ,Belshazzar. the king vain for the shore! The strewing of thegreat ing equal parts of phenol camphor KilablUhed ISSt. 1 .

pi1tl :.t: 1- -Chaldeans slain. host on the bottom of the ana, or and saporiue, with the addition of a Send for Catalogue. SAV AR.GA. ,1-

m 114 aa to learn some lessons from all this. pitched by the angry wave on the beach-a smaller proportion of the of and a .JPRt-tWHin ARTISTIC TOJIE QUALTTT. : ,
(urnsea1 t. Vmtaatwhea God writes anything on battered. bruised and loathsome wreck! essence '
. .' mil a man had better read It as it is. Suddenly destruction came. .One half hour trebenthine. It is supposed that up 2 A DAY SURE.LarLJ Or anyway, if you think of buying s /,. .
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did'not misinterpret or modify theTWflgoathe before they could not have believed it. Dft- to the present time no body possesses I Hot GriddleTo .&nJ w. will annw you how to piano, write to either 1-
rued ..... a day ab-olnlcly w*rDbob -
c wall. It is all foolish. stroyed and without remedy. .k.jJ ; aurnt j,
this remarkable
Onvf lazpwt minister of the gospel tc I am just setting-forth a fact, which you proper of liquidifying work the in work the locality and teach where you TOO re fi-rai 10& THE JOHN CHURCH Co. _
& I : 1 alvfy*things that the people like 01 have noticed as well as L Ananias comesto when oold and solidifying when not. I make light wail u.youri.ddre.sand...w oiplala

j pie choose. Young men ol the apostle. The apostle says, "DId you Certain substances, such as albumen, the ant8 bualnn a clew tullY prooc; or remember$I for rrery* giuu a z's* CHICAGO. NEW YORK. CINCINNATI.

r':1,) on. what shall I preach tc sell the land for so much?" He says, "Yes." harden when exposed to heat ; but Delicious word; arM<>lutrly.aorr. ; write' ai i nBOlaL .. OK ';-.
,AI'r 1 U 1 to-night 1" Shall I tell you ol It was a lie. Dead, as quick as that! lUJIl'riCTVKUU: fVIPASI. e LB, Itatrttt. 1MPARKER'S THE EVERETT PIANO CO. : ,

l bot- ft6IX4 Nagnity ot human nature? Shall Sapphira, his wife come in. "Did you sell once they have attained this condition BO5TON

i" ott of the/wonders that our race has the land for so much?" "Yea." It was a they cannot be made to resume the BUCKWII IAT CAKE3S. ,,"=t- 1

>fIi .pllsh l? "On; no," you say. "Tell lie and quick as that she was dead! God's liquid state, although they may be '" J, HAIR and beoutiflei BALSAMDK the bait.Promote And you will get valuable information.WeBeaatUTebtoeaoaewWekel. ..

hate ,,1 massage that. came from God. 14t1 judgments are upon those who despise Him subjected to exceedingly low tempera a luxuriant frowtfuNever 1
- 111 there Is handwriting on the and defy Him. They coma suddenly. ; Ii Pails to Bestoro Qrty
any You must ....... ..
loa. JiHiti
> F.r Cgaraaada.s ; _
Youthful Color.
JIlioAIta nUthls lesson: "Bepentl Accept of Skilled sportsmen do not like to shoot a tures. ,: (,}-j'!: Core Hair tcalp to its dtx .>ea* blUr.fal1inC.f. I JI..a Oot.Fuu Vaaciie bet*HvniinTii -
ta3 be saved!" I ask of bird standing on a sprig near-by. If they are .. ) r, ,ndl-UOat Drug5tetII UI.C oalilu..W....c.-.
might aIfnaay Iq the Best London Style. Of .. k'\: > fOc. _.CII.u. ..... ___'to lI1IonI
course'use .
other things,but that is the mesa skilled, they pride themselves on taking it on I FKIL -to1o.hoa= _...M4
; j$a d so I declare it. Jesos never lat- the wing, and they wait till it starts. Deathis Acquaintance-Qot that top coat in t&beea oc-7., kIb.5L10_.4 we........
\fikoae to whom He preached. He said an old sportsman and: he loves to take men London, did you? Have it made by a I FIGHTING DEMOCRATPresidential MW1"!UO.oi.' "' .......lClaIIo&Qp.tOo.
M who did wrong and who were offen. flying under the very sun. He loves to take tailor? 'f ..... .. .. aniiuli.
k Hit the wing. Oh, flee to God this Year. ... 'u tujkMomx wlraiOUU
them
Bight "Ye generation of vipers on AI> CXiEM. ib.keab. ..*r
ierflon5 \. ed sepulchers! How can ye es.the night! If there be one in this presence who Returned Tourist-Certainly. You THE CHICAGO: CHRONICLE the for great democratic ..tea .l aU rtk taa. K.
of tbe west, dally one year
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tL rt damnation of hell!" Paul the has wandered far away from Christ. thoughhe didn't suppose I could buy as illfittinga I S3.: No newspaper subscription for lens than one year at M.c.o.D..1d1e& ,.......e.q.M..w....,.. _
ror ;;,?.'': preached before a man who was not may not have heard the call of the gospelfor thing as that ready made, did ? I I thin rate. Sample copies free. THE CHEOS .......,...",'.....-,'
-- I: invite him you ICLE. 164-166 Washington Chicago. IIL f alteFoa..YOIt.amaavesa aaToe.
r to' hear him preach. What subject many a year. now to come
will bor. arc rapeaelela,
1": taVe !Did he say: "Oh, you are aft and be saved. Flea from thy sin! Flee to Not In It.l1ugginsLet's Buckwheat. .. ,.&ble..orII fee jr_be..e lakeWBttTOM
,0. '. of the gospel! Now is the 2A2.. !'1 J11.ktBr. P".J.: ....b_
:::- '', tin, very flue man, a very noble the stronghold accepted Cw04
1'ft' ,,-,'U
... l who was unrighteous, of temper- Good night. my young friends; may your have some beer and frog's legs. '. .llnoL.II w.wm Am 3 Z..38C.F.or..D.21 C.O.D.$*.W.aa4. allow da s.-
t fcm&n who was a victim of bad apo ..... maw elaan tfnurdiul hv Him who nnvarsulmbers Buggins-No, thanks ; my doctor I t .....-:.FlU AUU U,_Wlutoa. .M JC. OSBOB.NE'S: _

L !,,pi(he Judgment tn come to a manu May you awake In the morning has warned against hops.-Phila-
I* unflt for it. So we must always de- strong and well! Bat. oh, art thoa a despiser me The $!UdIZ dd c'o/ie '

the message that happens to come to of God? Is this thy last night on delphia Record. woman fe

J re fetilizaj lel must lead it as it is. mlnlstei earth? Shouldst thou be awakened in the .
( before James L of England, "helames night by something. thou knowest not what, Year Life Depends pinned downto AND
TL of Scotland. What subject and there be saadows floating; in the room. in large measure upon your digestive capsciiy. Solxool: of Shor"han.d _
: I take The noted all over and a handwriting on the wall, and you feel In other words if, from stomach weakness of Pearline will AITGUHTA. GA. '
king was _
your system is not receiving the required one or two uses So text books nsd. Actual baa from day of
yieldroves'k Brldjorbaing unsettled and wavering that your last.hour is come, and there be a amount of nourishment. you are being slowly uterine. Boainoia Dapvra, eotleg cotraaey eaiaited.
'\; l Ideas. What did the minister preach fainting at the heart, and a tremor In the starved death. In all dig stive1 disorders ;, have to be talked to. Why is shethro"ing a",>cia 8eo/t for thaa iMadeomeiT&, 83G&bana illoatratad city.aata-
I I to this man who was James L ofJSngad limb, and a catching ot the breath-then thy the standard medicine Is Tyner's DysJ>ep-ia the and locBoud. cheaper In ny
all
'James YL of Scotland? He took dom( would be but an echo of the words of Remedy. Indigestion is immediately relievedby away gain S MARLIN REPEATER.

i fe' l r I text James,L, 6: "He that wavereth the text: "In that night was Belshazzar, the it, and the worst dyspeptics are entirely For : that she can get from it _
and speedily cured by its proper use. help
| Wave of the sea driven with the king of the Chaldeans slain.
under [and tossed." J Hugh Latimer offended Oh, that my Lord Jesus would now make sale everywhere in other ways ? If you

Ii: ie by a sermon ha preached, and the Himself so attractive to your souls that you H.. flaId.g Extraordinary. that

**&id"Hugh' Latimer, come and cannot resist Him, and if you have never ., Two acres mulberriei fatten 85 hOjl; TbeS have proved to yourself -
Wtea? "I will," said Hugh Latt- prayed before or have not prayed siace hogs were turned in the orchard in May and washes clothes
; when knelt down at your kept there till September eating nothing but Pearline lJr
80' the day was appointed, and those days you Made la 2S-".& 44-4* CaUbrea.
chapel was full of lords and dnkecLtka i mother's knee, then that to-night you might mulberries out. They were and were fed perfectly a little corn fat when to harden taken for instance in .the easiest Only SolId; Top and 8ldw-.JCtlna Repe.teiSi.l.

: mighty men and women of the pray saying: the meat and then killed. Two acres of Aflotheraltbte.re.' .The Marlin Fir Arms Co.
for to apoHgize.4ft 6 8 ft. high what quickest safest way, you ought Catalogue tree. New Haven. Conn.
Huga Latimer was Just as 1 am, without one plea mulberry trees 0 cost $30.00- -
but' ..$ his sermon by saying: "fl ugh But that Thy blood was shed for me, are 85 fat hogs worth? For best kinds of mulberries .-, believe that Pearline is JlYKK8' SOLID UTBACT WITCH HAUL
,t5 .ethink thee! Thou art In the to Thee write for new catalogue which is sent % to be ready to .& .
And that Thou bldst me come Ga. CUIES PILES: ::
W. D. Atlanta.
Beatle.
free. Address
eadft tilT et body.taint earthly But bethink king. who thee,can Hugh de- O Lamb of God, I co me! the best for washing and cleaning everything. That's the or _pie uuUlexl .jt&& J.J. J'lCj( Tl ,0.

.thatthou art in the presence of the But if you cannot think of so long a prayeras When Yell C.me to Realize truth Try it and see. Into every drop of waterthat's A. N. U.... ............. .....Fo "'IHTt .
J'Ia" heaven ani arta. who can destroy that. I will give you a shorter prayer that that your corns are gone. anrt no pain bow anyway. y
God be merciful to me, a sin- grateful you feel.The work of Hlndercorns used for anything some Pearline. teS
\ \) Jy and soul in hell fire. Thenhed you can say, to be cleansing put ,
::" with directness at the. nor'" Or, if you cannot think of so long a ,. both in .
;..lcnt appalling I use Piso's Cure for Consumption my r
,IUtiOD, I crimes.ter urayer aa that. I will give you a still shorter family and practice.-Dr. U. W. PATTKHSOS
, (rcC to to-n'.cat tfl0 that you may utter, 'Lord save me or I Mich. Nov. 5,1S)4.)
lesson that comes us Inkster : Z1. .
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sc (U.a great differeniB oetwean the opent perish!" Or, if that be too long a prayer, you m rrllu@rro : uoce time.Bold by drczxtatB.cO /
children -
,;'. the\ oaaqaet of sin and its close.mauiryouhad need not make it. Us the word "heipt"Or. Mrs.Winslow's Soothing Syrup for inflammation :
I looked in upon the if that be too ion? a word: you need notase teething softens the wind reduce !
aai live! ,allays paincures colic. 25<:.a bottle. .
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.'.r''f i 1 -, ,;.:p..t !, BePItea.t, *ADDITIONAL- fA. *" ,. ._ -'; -'LOCAL.* I SCOTT'S l'' T' Pn'"b&rry'" 1cotrs." spf lAL .ATTNTION : :
14' 11rlrja. ."of 14 !cliro .oftmloe ioreply'tnr t Dr. 'FnTiH"s cnt: us 1'0114 Notes of theiceetinir.
: jjrgt-class piano for sale I or rest Apply East m
; Cb. '."mn,, who denotes himself.. a* a CARBO-fHGESflVE- it J-ti-kgoaviilf. co f the .
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to'Truby, Sternbnrg tf C<< Flu''iin! I'r..sl f wliit-lt I.nnil I.- !is a
'u ,',ic ..Rica without prefix or, affix, or 4qy 1 I I t l.yry. "> .... i''
i t.ou taa'tlila. '. sic., because his indecent The lumber for Col. C. L., Peek' new. mentGt'r. *
1 i,,: ; (, !"'lrn.Jl! ,,courtesy, but.by urgent- residence is being:pl,ced on Ihe sl'e. COMPOUND.. hI. I 1 ""f tinXonhviu ''"inl;' 'Vjit'li-, Is called to my stocksof ?

t t 1.J.j }!,!(of,frjehtU. I shall. epdesvor to note .err: I'rt'JbJ'l'rit'l churcLc? for closer relttiori .
... Miss McAfee's cottage nn Spin Venn I 'Hi 'cbc' ti* little too
J .. \ + mls p= a
} ... ; f4 .nl\raDCD., all-wool and 'cotton
."y .I; Positively! the one Remedy for the i :
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>q':: ,;;; ft/is ',Th eDt tie an (Intelligent rajnd( that sylranla.avenue is nearin cnmplatiqn.Mn treatment ofNERVOUS I Jattr; fr our iyuc Ins '-frig: !but vre are t

hid, tjr; JJaughcriy( .Is' indeed a cop'moa sort ; N. B. Hull wijl/ open a full line of st d to note that the ccnitpiin-es. c.f wl. chIr. .
} EXHAUSTION) I } KhriM i i. nt Ol'tha and } :
affix he H merther. met
if ,
as
.r : ',_ a djscjpje( without prefix or holiday goods at Miner's jewelry story Crepons. .,
lsimr% when he mvcsbimeelf'eMirelJgaorant"of % Simple and Aggravated* forms of adi>pc f1 l nrtfclvs: of nzrei-n'tnt It" a tasisfor ;* .sSSUI
,i 'Fl : next week. ;$* ?
two essential points of uir_rv:-.;ivc church wnr"T" tf li gives
: ''ti' ,the DYSPEPSIAAnd
: ''Bible doctrjne.J lIe claims lo bare rend If you want an elegatif! ling at t Ijlrai t'rr hio.'i's 1 l'rI'rCJ&1 tntirn _"hile I .1
A ,jf medium Palpitation of the Heart. the world N'IIII"'fur + 'CORSETS AT AHIFACTOBEP'S f FRIER: .. :
;; tt; ,.end read) pv!rjwd over again, the hotter he a price 'bay a Jamestown urgiiitcunion I THOMPSON'S GLOVE-FITTING
t ; fe'ferv'i
,;' '.} rpnjflt; or gain** pf my admission that Co.V Does your food sour after eaiin; Are youeaUj committees was as b.t;noniwux as thouzh II j jI

fret confiisftl and excited! To you get up ini I here had never been n Mon: & pixoiis I
f here is n bpll# Why tbe Is apparentshat men's Hats JJ
'.It," it,.by_such admission! or in formation! Adjuster Lawrence 'Ilnynw Cod ,Ap- lie morning tired and uurefreahed and with a line ant when the articles were.reported Young

I' -i."' Mr,' Daugherty' gained, his oon-prefli-ti d praJfersY.. j,.. potter and 31 A Fuller, bad taste In the mouth? to the' Svn"
1- ; ,: Viand ,iion-afljxed mind Is so grieved, and he of Jacksonville, were in tbe city this .. It mere a dull, cloudy sensation attended by Ocala, tln-y were ndopiwl ul1tnirnntlr.j! Collars Cuffs Shirts 4 r

':: .4s BOW aaMiuslof |be fact, that he wilj week looking into the insurance claim of disagreeable feelings to the bead and eyes? and no"* t.n'y: u"'Jlil ihp meeting of the ,

.. '...i,;. have" to reform r in order to' ..escape hell l, ,8. Temple and \\i. Entenpi. Are yap Irritable and restless? I other churches, in their! spring PrM>lyteiies Hose Shoes Clothes 'J '::7)

possibly sort of decl- Does your heart thump and cause 709 to gasp ,to ratify them anti set them !inI'peralHin. .
hea a ,
one. common new .
::/ | ; A line of dress goods at ,, }".i. '... .. """ '
for breath after of stairs? :
.; ; ..' pie may be brought to grief, and the fact Trqby, Sternburg & Co.'.. climbhur a flight It i ia sitc to ,.a'Ihtt a gnat deal of "', -. '
} be : and Does it distress you to lie on the left side? etc. '" ..
that there
. may manyas common money and pprw nil l.-il.or: will I letlllvr.L -
:: 1"""a. as unwilling to admit or believe there.Js a Alderman W. W. Sapp has thus far Ha*. you Impaired, memory,dimness pf vision l!by the Ian rmnn ioiix uieihods prop-si-'L ,...1''t ..,..:

!L .\ hell, who may profit thereby I hope will refufed to stand for re-electjon. Mr.Sapp depression, of mind and gloomy forebodings .. and wind is of };re-iter mOUll'lIl. the spirit 'ii" ,"
will cuJlivat.'f1
of
move
detugnate'to bit incomprebensiyo mind bas served the town long and well ? brotherly I
t I AND! Bu'rnm.SPE AI.ir
1: the"profit or gaip" he nquires after. .. and if he does retire will!: do wi with the These symptom mean that you are suffering. I A Sllsbt' Fire, I PURRLAIW :, t;:

: :' Were.l.a cotnmoti kind of,a disciple, as full respect and confidence of bu fellow- from Dyspepsia and Nervous Exhaustion.: Considerable txciteinentvis; '- \f!

be is, I townsmen. There Is no other remedy extant that bas ofthiMwt ..
iti. Mr. Daugberty' cUirfs might un caused: by the burning:: of om ';
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) ;: intake to explain to him how to ascape done so much for this class of J.8SCOn'S houses on .\1 r. M. Entt-nza's; My stock is'j
; Furniture and house ping goods at grocery
'i 'I bell and gain heaven, as I am charged ef premisesVedne!day night at 9I &
& CARBO-DIGESTIVE
Tailing to_have done. 1 fear hat the come Truby, bternburg Company's.Tbe I o'clock. The tire was extinguishedjust : Flour **

iron sort of a'disciple has so far made a> frl..adlof Dr. E. L. Stewart are #i # CO 'POUND.If : in time to save; the biirnmg of complet very f
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failure by: reason of not being willing going? to place! him in ttje} were for one of the burn, fiom which the residence:

;jadtmt that, there Is, a hell, and in failing the Alder manic.vacancies The doctor is ;your caso has resisted thE usual methods of and houses on adjoining lots uould I E Ecertainly t best paLent. .at $4.50. '

t to proclaim lb.al fact to his bearers. one of_Btarke's most energetic and pro- treatment we are particularly anxious to hare bade caught, causing 1 ,

: Brother"Cnhipbell from whom he his des and those who vote for serious conflagration. The fire was: '
gressive'citirens ban el. Armourr '
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\. sccndffd, and'.of whom b* claims to be a him will make no mistake. you Rive thi Compound a triaLWe caused! by the deposit of x box of per : ;..r ;$
relief in and will
ot guarantee every case
._ disciple. ; :certainly. has omitted two essential :i!>iu'8 containing! a live coal i in! ( .
\. '- The fine residence of Mr. S. J Templewas' cheerfully refund your money should our rem- the house. Hams best 101 'j<
r"ctllD the mate-up,of his C(>nsUlt- I c ,
burned to Ihe ground last Saturday edy fall to produce the most gratifying results. very ,; tl'
!: Ijon or f institution.t All.l..lSt :!.U., .:ceitton:.
Yes be read the J letter and morning just at daylight. The fire caughtto Please rempmber that, the appellation} Patent "
over deer J '"epcakingof uarrnvt-wajics, ot Fcr-"!! Green Coffee and st
[ the roof from tbe and was under Medicine does! not apply to ." ; rQa frd
,again aDd again and could not comprehend chimney Mr. Chugvrater, re.'ichins f'sr Ms !"- ::':) ''!
headway when discovered. The of coffee tpilJ! I tcij( I ',-as; t-i: j
full yea
iu cup
,; mt IDlng. Then u It not probable Scott's Carbo-Digestive Compound ; .. '
train th; ctlicr c i-iy thjit t'ii'e v*iilii-j blended Coffees- ,
he fails to what be rends building: was a fine one, haying been built ed
comprehend -
: It is a prescription put up by a leading physt feet of being! run iijto t by anoihvtrun #0 ,. .
?** jn the'Bible. When h: refer me to Rev. by Mr. Ipemplt when be was .engaged in clan who has made stomach and nervous trou Ing at:; full I'pet'd1" ""'

7ft,"I behold, and {q. a great inultuude! the saw mill business from choice! lumber bles"a specialty for years.. .'Ft)r mercy's Fake: not" exclslmcd SirsClingwalw ; Java and Mocha. %, t ,

i, which no man could number," was this It was valued at $5,000 and was in We court I investigation and earnestly urge all ; "How did it hapyei.?" .
"Tbo train that ca:!!5 so a" '1- .r!.:nnSn!;*
multitude/wen, / ,by the Almighty in h..avenf sureti for 2000. A good deal of 'be furniture -. physicians to write ua for the formula of Into ours,'' bo rcjoiU'-d, hutUi-ii.s; b z' Buckwheat and New';' *

If ao, tbcd U Mr. Daugberty assured of was saved f.'om tbe burning building SCOTT'S CARBO-DIOESTIVE COMPOUND, cult, "wa, oa the other track trul bon.: i <
SB
\ She fact that.tbU' the only world that'JLhe 'and Mr Trpple is now keeping the other W&...." 'J.
which we vill mail on application. that they .
i Almighty has to copied wjttt( Ajrjin.beqaotes { house in the building formerly occupied I It was several minutes before: Mrs. -
may satisfy themselves of its harmless charac Syrup.
Chugwator broke: : loose, buy when aim did ;
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rttT! 212!. "And the nations by him as a general merchandise store.A I
1 ,1 ; tee and excellent! virtues.&cott't : she lisado, up for lost time.-Chicago Tribune.
jof them which. are erved''shati. walk. ''In Correetlpij. _'. t fll'
the light of n, etc." Wbere'arc the mi l- Carbo-pigestive, Compound '
II Itude* he sees In heaven in this ,S v0ral! months ago when 1 camo to la the most remarkable remedy that science has :Too Lit ra1. PRODUCE OF ALL KIND AND -' SOLD.
BOUGHT .
quotasion. t5."IIt ,Professor Badger, by whom.j lens A few days ago a teaches in cno cf our
.fIbere
produced It has succeeded all other
Truly' be ould read r and her
"ov "
g tip town pnbllo schools w.ii exercfsing "
employed that lime, for some reasonof .. "" ,
and medicines have failed. j definition of 'words and the writing ; ; 71
'oyer again again, and then I fear class 0:1 I -
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which 1 have no knowledge introduced "
If be' digest the fact that there. iff a bell. Sold] by druggists everywhere. $1.00 per.bottle of eeiitencea. "Deceitful, said she, f-\1 "
pe .". '11r Carlisle." und nc twith- "7nei\ns false," and she told one of the Come and see me. It is is please !
4 the palpitation ,.of his heart will' remind ,. Sent to Any address in America on receiptof .ljj
lao4ID that I have frequently tried to .* scholars, a towheaded buy to write on :
him of his being nqmbered amon;: the' rice. his slate a sentence with hd celtful"ID It. urn. to show goods. My assistants "'E'
let myaelf} rj bbl.fore the people of area .
500 referred }g.Mr. Don't forget that wo cheerfully refund your He scratched his cranium, looked at the

Daugherly,. in. ,concluning, teems 8t1&rke.among whom I have cast my lot. money if results are jtatis'actcry. Order direct i' ceiling and then ran his pencil over his competent polite and attentive to cusp
some seem not M have learned that slate. "Read what(you have written," t-
to dwell on the fact, and in the defence'ot if your druggist does Lot have U. f
teacher..
t Carlisle is not mv rightfu| name. I Clare said the "My ma has deceitful.
r tomers.
truth etc. ,Now then il he will read Address all to teeth."Life's Calendar. $1Nr >
.at last decided to resort to the public in nraers
his Bible over and over again and again I "
he will probably find all print to try to correct Ibis false impression Subtle but Costly T engeauoe. "
that "
CONCORD "
men are' CHEMICAL MFG. CO. I f I"
and respectfully jJQES'
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( f pronounced falsifiers! and if be is not it bugcest that my Mrs. Nayborly-What on earth are you : :10 '
friends and Mcquuiutappes will confera going to invite that odious Mrs. Smith- .ft:
latter day saint hTs name Ixj found Topeka, Kas.IIar ._
may line to swell dinner for I thought
favor upon me by addressing! me your -
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|ID the same category; J you bated her. -

"41' In reference to the charge of infidelity. by' my name. r>. Proclamation.I Mrs. Sweething-Do :yon suppose I'm The Girls 1
bo.ne before Starke Sweetest in Town
1 for reason of my baying placed togethert My coming o was goingto give a $20 a plate dinner and not .
ik in Americua. Oa.. and Hnyon who mi>y A. I, von Kim. iii'tyor: of the town make her see me act as hostess. at it?-'
: pertain figures and statements in the letter
.;!: j referred to. I ..have this to state:' At mymother's feel sufficiently interested in me to write of Sinrke, by virtue of HIP authority Chicago Record. I Are those who partake of the delicious confections" .. % 'JiJ.*.
in luw. U
1 can furnish references to some of thebest yested( mty ( > tjen-by cnI! an '
t knee* I learned the. ''Ourfather" In zperi ne d. contained in every large and well-assorted'stock.. : ;
people in my old home. election to beheld in the uforeKnul town ,
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f." a d.Ilia Apostle Creed. All Dinks-Blamed If I ever could understand :
Very respt'Clfq1IY.! by the qua tIled voters therein! on Tuesday just why they call 'em officeholders.
i life
I have
I:' ihrough my considered: and J. M. WimbUb.iDMttate ; the lilli day of December. A D Danks-UuinphI I It's easy enough to is More Wholesome Ji
reconsidered ; have .1Q. ructtd'my cLJUudren frothing
1895 for the: purpnou of electing: ihe eee that you never tried to get an office.
'' ns, I was ,taught "prefixed aqd Program. !away front one of 'em.-Buffalo Courier. '* .
I officers or said
following town
r I ..a fUsed.".and I find myself today a firm The following program has been arranged : Than absolutely Pure Confectionery. It not only.*0 1

t f .helieTcr in the Apostles Creed aa taught for the County Teachers' Institute Ouo :Mayor.One Eucklen's Arnica Sp.Ive. sweetens the taste, but has a {iJle effect ''on! the dis- .f
Clerk.One
ja ali Caristlan'ageL Yea, from the The best salve In the world for onrs,
time which will be held at New Rivet ou the ( I PURITY entire stock
",bl'key was'delivered to i Btl Peter, and Otb inst. Treasurer. bruises, sores:: u1ce"a! r" euui, f vlr"ores position. guarantee for my. \

4 blot sod} to him, "I will be with you all Spelling-C. R. McKlnD Y. One Marshal. tetter, chapped hundv chill-laitc.
One Tax Assessor corns.*, and all skin emotions, and positively :
,rfsys. teaching! you all truth, yea, even to Fundamental Principals pf Arithmetic For the Christmas- Trad ,
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the end .of time.I -J U. York Two Aldt' PU'u. cures pI1P 'Or no pay required. It .
is to verfiyt Mtisfaction.
guaranteed give:
shall not hear attempt to explain or to The Public School and tbe In testimony whereof I hereunto subscribe :
Bible- or mqnay refunded.' Price 25 touts: per 7 shall put forward my best. effort. Do. nail bu J" :
enlighten Mr. Daugherty on any further Miv Donie Richard. my name and cnpsc tie seal of said IMIX. 'for ale hv Starke lrug ("0.. ami: the Mace I
-point! under heading of MTbe! Population The Relation of the Public School town of otarjce 10 be hereunto affixed, this I John A. Iing.Ltkv Butler. your confections for holidays until you{ \:

h i, of Hell," because one of such an ImcemprebttnfciTe Teacher to the Home-Mrs. Florence 14h{ day t>l Novt-mlx-r. A D. 1895. called on me. Everything in the Fruit, Nut and :

I mind, and a'.' ommon kind of Yarnudort : At left!: : A L. you KIUN. Mayor.W. :N. Candy line will be offered 'by me at 'iQiaest prices. t.

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a .j "H disciple,"too. cliiming }to have read the! Queries collected ..Noon.ATTERNOON N.: MEACIIAM. Town Clerk. AU }parties are -rjby warned against
trading for note given l .I. L j": Matthews Cull St. d Door Wwt ofICailroud. .: 'r
Hiblo without seeing why it should bu SESSION. --- -- -- --- H by: JOS. ECKERT 4

Juimflttd that them U .:\oticc.A I.i me for $1 t70 MS said nole has of.
bell .
a or that Important Books Reviewed- G.V.. ... r
tu-en 'lust. Pxrly fi dto ; same will be -.
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Adam fell from grace, thereby causing us! Alderman II C. Peeples and P. S. special meciinc:: of the town council liberally rewarded by reiurninjr: < it to me. -.. ,; ,
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+ k poor mortal poor mortals, to suite for Crew.,!?. will be held November lath( lo rvcrire the i R J.-Aanxaws. ,

,put Jliunnan' and eternal salvation, why..sir Debate Resolved That the attend. IH-titions of CHodidates! who desire their Lake Butler. Fl 1.*. COME. A ,D SEE OUR NEW LINE '

t. he ought to be discharged I from school ance of public schqolj should be made names printed (?n the official ballot to he ----, .t. ,iOF t .

sad had bo died before,be gaiped konwl. compu.l*>o.ryAffirmative used in the foribcowin'r: f.I!<*cti'iu. The I Notice of Election.:) -- .

,edge of hell or of ttiu fall of Adam lie A. Hercules. law provides that no puiitiou cnn b
t might' posnb y have been saved, but only Negative T B. Hariijr. receheil litter than twenty days prior lo KNOW all by tlii-s grcrtiiiga.; That 1. r
L. von Kirn, Mayor of the
through invincible ignorance. the Jute for tIle election and no petitions 1F
Chili Town of Starke. do hereby give notice SOAPS PERFUMES ETQ.
GrOT Tonic i is after the 26ili :
F. (}ARDINEnf n i>er- presented USI. will he euttiluiueci. -
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feet malurial liver tonic and blood puri \V. N. ME\CHUl. j that there will!: be IIn election held in the .

Notice.I Removes i iTown of Starke.: on the .
Per biliousness withou; purg. Clerk of Tqwii of Starke. I '
will bo at the follqwipg places ing. As pleasant as lemon syrup. It is I i 17th Day of December, 1895: CHEAP: FOR CASH

pn dates girt below for the purpose as large as any dollar tonic and retails j j .
I For the purpose of ciectins; om !Mayor.(
pf collecting Ktato find county taxes for 50 cants. To get the genuine ask 1 rGroJe. POHJS three Alderman.!<< me Clurk. one Treasurer
for the year 1895: '$. 0 It one 11ar htl. one Tax; Assessor. Dr. Tat Powell and Dr. E. L. Stewart: gill fill all EreseTi) t

I .Starkc, pccember 2d and ;3d. A. L. VON KIRN Mayor. tions and dispense Drugs. .*
Lawtey December 4tu. Card ot Thanks, at Trudy. Stirnhursr & Co's. W. N MEACHAM. Clerk. ( ..1J :

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wish thank -
Hampton, December. 5iL.J'ine to through the j "
11111Liteavilleschoo( house) columns of the TKLKUKAPJI, all (ourfriende

.December 6th. and fellow-townsmen! for IIZ.f\Rl\E 6 '
6R ClEll'l.
Lake Butler. December 7th. their prompt and etTu-ient assistancein .

1 Ytnvi,lenc", December rih.. exttnggiKhing} tbe fire of lVednea- Newlirli Store .. .' '

Palestine, December 10th. day night, which, but for timely !!: (B. P. SMITH: :;

J. C..Byi r, aid, in'ght have rt-Bulted in a disas- ,.
Tax Collector. truss bl zu. NEED'I

ME.. AND MRSENTENZA.: .
The people believe what they read -' -" c' IN
Q'YPU
About Hood's' Sarsaparilla They know It has been tncetiousjy; remarked that! ii1'\- : .
"j
Ibat it it an honest medicine, and that it a bilious headache. remJnds you of each -"
pures disease. That is why you '$houd of and :. ,.
sins
past' of
your ,
ocyeral
gel only; flood'sIlnnd's your L-A-K-EE-U-T-LER A now. suit, of Clothe, a fair of Sfcoef a Hats
future t
ones. There ,i is less excuse for k
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,' PiUs cure all liver ills! relieve bilious ,headaches now thin formerly. __.-. __L..---"'=".......,.__ p nderwear, a Trunk, Valise, or something in ;, I

; popsijpatiou! and assist digestioir.Bcicfiiierl since! they can be completely: cured by a the} Clothint) or'Gents Fn'r.i ias i hoe? If sat ,. :,
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t simpe: of Harm.n's 1
course Tonic Liver
' PiI1,. Ask BlsrUe prug Co., your druggists Stock, complete. Goods are fresh. ..
=t Tbo registration: books of tbe town of .

Slarke are now open at ray store, and' costs, about but 23 this cents wonderful a box,uew and Is remedy.It rarely. Come, in, Jo see_ us? Get our prices. COMEANDLOOK J

persons who desire ,to Toleat. llys forthcumioc known. ).o fail. Try a free:sanipl With aa.o....... ... ,. ",."."U"y \ 3 .' r, t..
election are requested to come -
each box there are some tiny Pellets for ,
't .forward and register. "tQaI" J; up" the system.. > At my stock, which, i?. the largest aor. ( beet se- !f

W. N. MEACHAM. Clerk. We Lave the following deasonabiogoods: WE 4NTYOUR TRADE. leutfd. in. the city. 4 fine line. of. Shoes for: ', ;.

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For la grippe use Powell's Feyer Cure. men u omen and children. Price will stilt
NEW J ..ISltiS"I ,. you. .
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It never falls to cure it, .
NEW PRUNES .

HOODS PILD3 euro Ltrer nit, NEW CITRON, J. M. YORK &; CO. '

w Bmottaneaa, ladfceaUb. Headache.A NEW EVAPORATED APPLES. The Clotbler anti

pleasant. Uxatire. All Dzar., Truby, Stcrnburg & Co. L.AKE: : BTJTLIEIR, PIn J.. M. AliVABEZ .t"pt'tllI'ber.. .. \

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. +" "t'E1ft STORIES OF PAPER. r STORED AN EMPTY BARREL I. Mr.. Clatt iT Crawl

,."'. IIiU: STORE.ta. After the usual periodical .blast against

t ,. o Klae Month* In a BrorajrTarchonse' and the wild extravagance with' which Mrs.
HOW WATER MARKS WERE MADE AND Three Cartac TaW on It. Clatterby manages the household affairs

WHY'THEY CAME INTO USE. j' "I got myfcra-Itnro colt rf .jrrwe the burning of two bundles of wood whereone : PIMPLES, BLOTCHESiHOOLBSGHES

*l .. tho olbrr flay," "SiM n Ncv-' Ynrkrr."aiiiluiy .- ,winds would up with do,:.and so1 on, Mr.:'Clatterby P. PD PU '.

II "e ; .
wifo i marl I twL1zht'tll.1111! .
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J Clever Ci ado of.hemby.Ireland'In "I'd just like to have the running of .
.nil fohakellpeareaD Forfferl --Elaborate unpack the chives a::
s: -"",'. solves, instead cf lrl.-ri:'" DO cttt ;.:ii you-what could be done. There's no end PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT C MMM
.; Dcilffzm Impressed the Boll-
'. by i hoc to the star.i;:! .u'a to tin ir. Tl*' of little things that we might economizeon ,

ii or-The Rocna* Virgin Mary Letter. I jstf wri-j: l'.1?;:..r1 5j 170 .:<:?!:. (-!'H f ;and every little helps. Now we're pet AND POTASSIUM KIDNEY TROUBLES 1T

'is Stories aatl incidents innumerable Jfcfe!! we noticed I. VMS l-l.ier; tL:!i ting an extra quart bf milk a day. That's I'
are -
; tiu, ic't .f only 8 cents a day'but that's $25 a year, Makes end DYSPEPS1PrtcMT i' ,
the pit
in cf
; : TVQucd tip paper making, II enough to buy shoes for all the children, .
: GASKLNS ,
L; "'lIf)1\br:m to 4'Lmdc t -. .t
,J. and its mechanical hare afforded : o:- .
t. processes and atockings.. Why, gracious! there'slots ; ; b7P.P.P.' }"
: to the ingenious story teller manya .itJl'hlCl' ll Cat: it n::':;.: crujiai'i Ill! of things we might cut off and never Marvelous Cures ,

chance Jor A thrilling tale m.:.-:: frn;:Iij Vjtlrj.-s. : nf vcrjiicr \-o miss 'em at all" '-eiuin.tJ As P'vceo.Tata* blcod Root tear 011 I ...

IN-GS '. Tins is especially trco of the systemof 1/f':; (n, \ 't: rova 1._;(? .uj (;;. :'';:'..r Hal "Well Jonas," said Mrs. Clatterby, in Blood PoisonRheumatism csrta. -

placingwater marks :so called, in :,'.H; j 1.1 per R 1:it !II rhit1.!!?.-''. !..vl,7rlii "suppose you try it and see-what you can nt istn0.-: 21.Gxt Banall. ,

Various brandy or makes of paper. i ; \.a :'_'':,;;'- Javr-, tq':4I!:; Jliick, do. You take tho money this week and D ABS-( Doaltat a tto i1$ .

: Starkty FJa.o Perhaps the most interesting true zrA! t3'1 ".:., l had lvif: i:J.1..c'.vril: llio yon run the hOD e. If you think you can your P.P :;a r '
Itfasa D aau8Md
srsloiaUs' b.ird run this houso on what you'give me and ,
-o purlul: iP.cihirbitelra'. .r ftontba'treaDM1C&C
which has .to do with this branchof .
story
bay clothes for the children and pay the three bo t.tlw C. O.D. -
prescriptions carefully' the industry is that 'of the famous :)ii.L"Wo d fcoti'ijsntr. wo kaO.xr" lot whuc ti( laundry and the gns and tho 40 other and Scrofula >resDscttaul H&am -

compounded at all hours= "Ireland's Conf essiona." 'A' I.: things that you don't know anything az,Brown County,O.Capt. I" .

day or night.ttBelle. Irojand' had fabricated some Shakespeare I. :.'f.r". itil more;::.!>i.l'r;;;t*-":1 ou about,why, you're mightily mistaken. But P.P.P.pnrines the blood bands vp .J.D.JoTmtn. '
1d1g; io :;i/l'1 va 'c I:" '.h\.tI'1 i :. take the and It ,the weak and debilitated ol .
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manuscripts which for a long ,' yon money, yon try just. e.zz whom it-"- eonetntr I Dare'
time '\vero Accepted as"'a tuaL, .They tr,,,' 1.\ ('01..rH e.3ti,'hi.I: I :.t.tliligsIct I' .' one week, and 'on'U"Then itrentrth giTbiff to weakened the patient nerres health sped ?IT testify to the ,'dctaMaes. un..o--'prop-ni"

made such an impression indeed that 1 ::.) stol"j ;.:!i. rt.rn.h.'t' Mr. Clatterby went off to smoke fcapplnesa feelings and'where laaaltude ilcknesa.ant gloomy. of'tnT P.P..d P fsr for several mptlon yean of with in*iin.aa nn X .

Y number'of men' for ;nrIt'vwlcro.fas! .'(\.'''c.--::.r[',"::..: his cigar and said 'no more. He.crawled, preva rtjthtir cd dleagreeable enrptlon oa '
famous at that time ace. 1 tried every raown me*
their and for* their fl Erudition for
literary I I syphilis poisoning mercurial r '
oattrety
of tio! ht vi!;j co:!; (-'!t V'jjfrtiii.I'l'i't poison, malaria, dyspepsia, and .and am asn J.D.JOBlfS''OY. s
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standing voluntarily prepared a testimonial In an blood and skin diseases, tike Ly
It Do Much for You. gan ,133.
' STiEKE. FLA. atteEtiog absolute belief in theauth'ci1ticity to.pay for nay. :.I;hk; iltitaLi; it: 3. May as blotches pimples oldchronic ulcp.1'S" .
ftFRESH I tetter; scald bead boils, erysipelas, .Calsrd. ;
\iiZ unites< I: ';.1 I.;') I. Mr Fred Miller EUa Caa
Irvin III.
of the manuscripts. To this I of writes edema-we may ea without fear or ",' ,
t- these "A-i.3 ?jt.i'>:Cl1 iot.uirh'; -j t'.is: : other I that he had contradiction,that P. P. P.to the best: g r.tnttr m'IA'Nqor0/8epl.1'#
document men affixed their signatures a severe kidney tropble for blood purifier la the world and makea -
bnrnIs ".U IVM : ; ..:. ; Er.Qirt't .,Jannaiy M.190T.
Jj: v-jiuis piy vif positive speedy and permanent.cure
: ted Font the paper broadcastThe ( many years, with severe pains in his in all cases. ',: !P11ANBoos. flavacr' i.Go. .
ho1eh and HaH whole of the original edition of C'C(?gc'il iu-'r bl: !in to,'_)!di. tl>i. mystc'y. .: ( !. .- have tried you: i'Isdles
hack and
also that hU bladder af- -
WitS
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P.P.tur a dtsoase ot tbs.skin U.J.1' .
S'io ': I poiooned .
.'. whosesyeterra'
.13.Jy (-tll.\\ t. x'u r.
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the fakes was spoof in few hours .t2.1ov:1is+1u"anoerofthttty7r.r .
.. r a fecfed. He tri< many so culleil kidney and whose bloodla in an Impure con relief
and>o great was the eagerness for the I wp' gWrt jll. }) ;1.nk.iP"p: l1i., 1 I_ .ymrs cures but without any good result. tloa.dnetoiaenatraal Irreznlawtlea uonparities Btl.'D.dmR't''ilooi rjpd ound sad Arrest retnorea all:.K- :
pecnllarly
benefited bytha
: .- 'Beeler in edition that I rho, f'.l"';:,';:t Jut L. (: C3icr f...".OVCIwir. I I About derfnltonfoandb1oodcleanaingpropWonL .r.1 the Seat of the dlr-an;,j .
single copies were disposedof 1'ellr ago he began the Use of nM sntradins of t-u
ill auction rcoma at enormous prices. I. .. te: caiiu had L.irn. r..hl"' .1. i:14fit I Eleptric Hitters and found relief at once. ortlesof Boot and P.P.Potasolnm.P.A5h.c pogo. Bores. Iba7Ottkenil7eor any .lxbotTlw.

cU ('mf P.y she!! I'j'.td; it a:; iu a GUperGsuiri Electric! Litters is especially adapted all and feel coafidons thatYaotherenanesePanvdy1BLD.
Some that Ireland
time after himself _...Aag.14th.1S03.win alTecs a c re. It h&salaa relieved
BEEF, threw these gentlemen into much sor- I latrrol; : whielnvifi etc;jy headed I kidney and liver troubles and often gives -I caD speak ia, the Dtsbest terms of tro1Wl3c.Iron )Fours ndiz atoQ tnll7 ,and .stemmas
up and cz ted to the hotel uhere we almost' i stunt relief. One trial will prove your meolctne from my wn p.raonal A VIC.VaT!
Lin ho Lad had r -
KITI by explaining just -
MUTTON tho winter. It stored In the our .eiatcment., Price only fifty cents for tnowled e. Iwaaaffectedwluiheart AttoraetitL tP.
o.R. K & fen with them. I spent was disease pioorUy and rheumatism for ,
.- without hug? in.ti.es.; nt the drug stoic of the 35 years was treated by the very txs6
and
Irclaldstory thr.t the sheet of garret being unpacked in physicians spent hnndreUi o!4101'jf" nil Died r.I"3m.t O amen fl'lI
was Siirkw fin Co. and John ,
A.
the spring sent to the !; King, I lars.tried every known remedy r.1thl.4 1.1I 1IWjj
was storage ware
LICED HAil A SPECIALTY. pcpt-r which ho used was tao! outside of I. .i\.. Butt-1 6 oat flndjns relief. Jhan only tstsa ALLDRIIGl3S2,6EL;,.
several others on wJiich verve accounts house. __ T ._ one bottle of your P. P. P., us ca d .
It has done iretnotagood .
choerfnlly say
had beep kept dcrius the reign of i "We accordingly have paid pot only i San anything I have "keD. LIPP ili l,4M..." BROS.BILOPE1STOB3. .

l.ol oauos al; gf: asQU Charles I. At that! time Ireland was for the storage for nine months of an I j! SJ;v, j.a The i I is ro ,1j:.. JL_':;_ I can recommend of the abovo your dlsenaee.MS3. medicine..TO aUacBsrera '

barrel but for its nod4ura:.e ct t.-; M. M. YEAST.fiprlnsfleid. '.
empty cartage on three
wholly pnacqnaiuted with the subject I,I .. .Greea County,ilo. ,LZp4 .Blocirsavasra1y15. ,t>m
btu .
different : 1-
i. occasions-from the house to .es" .r.r p "a" :e, io II'
ee.IBadly \\atcr'wark9.; i
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I hotel O. "('c't_..;-.
the from the hotel to the storage 'J, :
"I carefully selected" ho "two ert tiQ
nays ,
warehouse and from the warehouse tc no 11 i:: 7.,' <_" "
nlf rhucts not having mark whatever
; any -
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on which I penned my first offnaitci. where we now live!"-New York Sun. digestion, so that na .r3.',b.s.th' ?''sit .

F ." A few ptgcs further on ho wrote: I brought about.' t' ..'.. .'oJ." ....- .
clor "Being thus urged forward to the t'FMCE OF ti. HEKItY. H ood'8 PIlls LJoJ-6 .I.i : f : I .
production
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? of luo'e mauus:rir't!, it became NXAH. GA. are silent ls. l'"."}>,1.i.l.i'Y''P\.t i .. I Andrews SVliddleton .

iTo= _: / K u necessary. that I should possess a enfficient MESSRS. LIFTMAN Buos.. S..van rah G* nevertheless cr- .; ',1 =,,.,.!'J1 .',j ":'!y.!''. I

S quantity of old paper to enable mo Dear Sir:-I would like to add taut in their of-4y. /'- -">st ,:_r.' ,..,.r'.: I '

.. '2 We ask Ibis rerwatcdlv.. lassie g 'to proceed, in: ccnrequepce of which 1 I testimony to (Hitnln: 1 serious diseases oitcrc icllotf tr: li:.g t- applied to a" bookseller, who, for thebum by C. 1. hood &t't ; )!i,\ f. sj.'',: l'.
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ailments. ci <> P. P. P. in the case of Mary Jogralam Co, Lowell. \"..,. "7 ..i.r -.;. ./;..". ,
,. of shillings, su1erel1mo to take ,.- .: h.--; ...";;1 ,
't k woman living on pluce. Nu Mass. 25c. Sold. i
yri my !
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'Jrowfi9sJf p \.T.Jf 6rtwc u- Lei from all the folio anal quarto volumes, h"cllt. constant' cough. s<>re throat /Itbilily. I by all dr'.1'fist3. .rf.i.+'...ytlryDr. TA L FINEST TURNOUTS In the lty.
] "d. 11':1 vOI.is, Q in his shop tha! fly .leaves which they !
.. o IM a/v tf'nc p. contained. etc., and "'li unariated to n dt-gres .1- ,
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cn't: Mork,
: ;,,-h; 4-1 .!,.; t k- e "By this means I was amply] stored that\ ibl'f. ,r UiiuMe! to get cut of 'bed Powell's "Hever-i'toil"! Fever Cure Teams and .S
Dim'
: I Iron H'.,ic/.::.rI.'. r }jt thn1 Tii'.:r- fjS With that commodity cor did I fear unaided, !rein;! given up 'hy pliysici.ni. lowin may be found on sale: with any of the fol- j Brad a eciaItJ.

". ;: .u.'t: ; mention cf the circumstances she had Inkec ;:
f y i.Vll any by the ruinous su-ciilk-d blood
?.,;" ; J.-on J.OASK1NS.. 1 :Pi o m p1i &ttontign: _
r.E was
f&fn ., the bookseller. As I fully aware StarTce. Fla.
<* R3tRL'r VJ -. .s .- >': tcorsSi medicines without the least effect, until STARKE DRUG CO.. II ..
JU'lk-U "3 '
a Vi> 4: ;,f tJCf; Lrst from the variety cf water marks whichare GEO. S. ROACH& BRO., New Fla.
0 P. River
-IJw beiu;; put under the P. Po. .sbe immediate. I REASONABLE CNAREEB.r
in existence at the s present day that I H. C.PARKER & BRO., "
1 l :.* l.. an to improve and is now in O. S. YOUNG TTampton. Fla. .. .
IT CURBS they must have constantly been altered HARVEY JAIL!ETT, Lakeside }9s.. iRana.r.X I
nnd health in her he. You
2 Dyc cF5Ca, K :ay end Liver $ since tho perioJ of Elizabeth one being a.< ; as ever R.V.. JONES L4LCroase, FJ,. Stables corner Call and Thompson streets one block trop Depot
can refer to tllIJ at flay time as ID the LUKE DltA WDEPine Hill, Fla. .
Cia Ncur.JI lgLi t.roc.t c f, for some time wholly unacquainted' with effect of P. P..+f. in the ftiregoiui Ci\!\. )t. M DKKJGERS Deklerla.. I -
i K Constipati'cn, Impure CJcoJ, 2ty the water fj..rk of that age, I very carefully I' Yours truly.SAMUEL! W. L.BLAIR, ft* I

I 0 4'uual.t.1'7"4. ...... o. .0 prodtc my first specimens of the 1 CIIEKUY. I:. L. JONES KING, Turpentine, Camps MORGAN BR OS
JOHN .
A. Lnkt' Butler }lit.1I
XVoval's >wi'iif I ______ .
o t: :r a writing on tuch sheet of oU paper as C. GILL. .4. ,
a Gct ti1, : : red Where Cupid lU1derecLIt TOWNSEND BROS
: ll"y f.C..II.- J/s.ro- ;e. gIf. had 110 mark whatever. ** .
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l.j ., J. H. COWLING,
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I3hO'N CHc'J,:zt ;':. :."M-"E. ta0 5'4C "Having heard it frequently stated is whispered that a thoroughly Parisian S J. PRESCOTT. Sampson. Fla.MidJleburp. t P. O. Building Staikt. Fla. .
.4 that the of such insrka on divorce, which baa been for some IC. H. 1IOUQHTOX.OUOM Fla.
;. r;I"rf. "' ;i t u.IC"M: apperaioo BROS, Providence "
____. __ _. the papers would have greatly tended to time in question, is imminent The W. K BYXU I. Fort While,Flo NEWSDEALERS, SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS arc
} I establish their validity, I listened to parties are the granddaughter of a great 11E';RY & WJLSOJT Drew, Fla.-
the Largest and Most Complete Establishment
HIGH SPRINGS MED. CO., Fla.
High Spriogs
Jx:: "% '. '' South. every remark that j;was rundown the enl>- poet, deceased, and a literary man, son J. II. JOHNS. Houston, ". Wholesale and'ietail Stationers" :

ject and I at length gleaned tho intelligence of a famous author. The young wife, it JOHN M. CARY Melrose.
,
>|J peo. S. Hack & Son that a jug was the prevalent water is stated has returned with her baby to S.F.1.J..RJVE WEEK!<'. ?o1ike'l.mc.Ne\vnang\file ." I

mark of the reign cf Elizabeth in her mother. A curious thing is that, incompatibility J. G. COU.ON', Iites\'m. II 1 If"VH'/4 ''-': "Jr.i

..,.tJ' ,. k' ? consegtenceof which I inspected all of temper being the sole N.L. (M?.KO HAYS( ,, J..aCroe.liason.CITY "U I Dealers in Musical Instruments and Mercbaadtae, Wall Paper Novel .t&

the sheets of old paper then in my pos cause of the rupture it is not yet known Picture frames made to order. Full line of School Boob aad SappliHL

''di, ik./ session and having selected such as had whether a divorce. can be, obtained.. Souther a' Chemical Co., Legal Blanks. Orders for Printing teoeirei. Christmaa good ia i IeUOL

'1 the jag on them J produced the succeeding Paris lerald. Fla. ,
i Stnrke !
t N manuscripts upon these being care .
Sole IH.t .
; Sore Throat. Any ordiuary can maybe J1
ful however, to mingle with them a -
". '". certain'number of blank leaves that the cured! in one night by applying Chnm- Wm 7ISONIIIEBY

: l'0 production on a sudden of so many water heritiin'g! Pain Balm as directed with each MARKET. f

marks might not excite suspicion ip bottle.: This medicine is also famous for --
,
I the breasts of those persons who were its rures "f rheumatism lame back and

.. most conversant with manuscripts." deep-seated and muscular SALE
pains \or FEED AND STABLES
A traveler in Messina was once shown sale by Starke Drug Co. JORNS & KITE R
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letter written the .
t' ,' a by Virgin Mary ,
MANUTACTURERS OF- with her own hand. He remarked thatit Only jQae Kind.

must indeed be a miracle fiuco tb- 'Alnlno Heights! exclaimed n pas -DEALERS IX- Hodges Block Starke Fla.

POORS, SASH, BLINDS paper showed by its water mark that it senger on u Northwestern suburban train _

not made till centuries after out of tho ,window urrl roadJ-: r

.' .Moulding & Building, Material was the It age is the of Mary.greatest mystery some to; most' people tho looking. byuiira inscription of on(a J1.t'rjJIIsIJ.'at hu.mo s-ipnDonnl!I tjliku ired :;.c..:-. FRESH BEEF, Has t Uie B f Iiezt t lrivin[ and rldl[. horscS in llla < t -

" sash Weights and Cord : 'C.t'1. "'t u''t stn' r 1r..tI.t'I: that it.t.. MUTTON
1.. how water. marks are made. And r
A'lrino '.! 'j ijarot.td liOi-n.; _
yet the matter is the simplest thing in n.r"n"
Vuti ,1.1j'n"t-si I tn p.is.-c'i; .: \r c:? t'!
'J r r. CHARLESTON, S. C. the world. In tho manufacture of ANI PORK.
._ paper .
;'a: in 1-: "Wu.t tlo yii : Iii t': '

:. Purcha our make.which we guarantee Super the pulp, before it has begun to lie- files uf i iliuI'r o''cr tai! r"-CI': Gentle Horses. Stylish Rigs.

T nor tt> any old South and thereby dried and after it Las been spread on frl+suroA. VEGETABLES iy SEASON

save money. the moving platform, passes under a Horses Boarded at Reasonable Prices and Given Beat Attention.
G. of i Pa. wlilt .
Magic
Ba'tley ,
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WINDOW AND FANCY
.. GLASS A SPECIALTY roller called the "dandy. On this
5' .
i, 1 "dandy" is affixed the device which 1 fief it n duty of mine !I infr.rn, you
"
ct works the water mark.It and the public that De Witt's U'-.tc1.! IIn7. -
1ooo,00People WearIwiJonglasSIioesI Odd Fellows' Build?, Starlie. So
ti:t ia of bent wire and as the roller <-\ Salve cured! me f>fI very bad fa'-e o thernr ".

I presses the paper it presses into it the ('Z.m-i. It also cur d uy hay l of n run. .r'I "qy 'l''Ca 4'r.t a;rrC:;'tt r -

\ I mark.. "li-r sore ',1' his '.'! S sk Dug (', 4".J/---1,. ..K'O/IilH'tt II" loi.o IY-" 'J
In the most elaborate
same manner : :/:: 'tJ1
r
. HAND:' BEST designs and oven pictures and intricate A Labor Saver. .I i:r'x:.:;: is\ 1;n tT''J.r 1 ( ', .l} dRai1WaABSOLUTELY '
;F: SEWED $3: IN THE Mrs. Minks Have filled the .';"< :::-.i.'. L" cuv fr.t. :l.I .., *
of whole] battle -
representations scenes you parlor : '
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:, l ORLD. lamp ....., I .
. have been done from an engraved plate .';''''- .I "r. : I : jlI .'
: oo $3.00 similar to used in the Domestic guess it don't need flllin. I..:' .;...: 'fr..t"p.,.,. ..at 1':,:r r1el ut.,lrt.
.." an electrotype, ...". '. 1 p.. r. ..1... ,", .".". THE SHORTEST ROOT;
ma'am. : : -
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't same manner on the "dandy" roller. t. ,- r ;_ n. \ :"'.
"The in last '.. ., .. .. _. .. 1
parlor was uso evening- e. -o.\ t. ';' .01... : .' '
t ;$4.0o Of course check paper and !bank pa- tit _._ .
$2.50 nearly midnight. --- -- ------ ------
I per is the most important variety distinguished "Yes ma'am, but your daughter's ea THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,

$ : by water marks. In pair of young man was the only caller."-New. ao ..'
::1 O\ J $200 5 note molds prepared by the old proc- York Weekly. o en c COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING-CARS. 4

'{ ; ess there are 8 curved borders, 16 r. THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBsLED'TTZAIH ;
$150 ,,u i
$1.15 figures, 168 largo waves and 240 letters, ial: c* > ..i., l'.l' u fiki'.t: O .'CS Ci N .V "

1; $2.25 Which had all to be separatedly securedby ugh N .1111.' 2 ." "fI,1 II ." .IT I tD oc. .-J
IIP"'I TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.ALL
For Bon the finest wire to the curved surface .1' It : t I Q. G 0 QUICK .
;
:r ForMea .' '" : '' UlTllltS There were 1,056 wires and 67,584 ) o oa'nm j:4g : =. L n I =T ,.

-w"r W.1 *. shoes and twists and the same repetition.where .c" j 0 ,
DjwrUui save from TCuzrtla.
ADd
mast Polatt.NC. .
North and
.1.. ..1 V.l :
II.
) t*. *$ a All Style and ettis 0
'. ".. the stout wires were introduced to gap- 1
4 .'ottar'mat.ranc. bat in the leather quality hj and lno .Md the the under surface. .3*. t "0. asMwl _110. t".'t..y:
vrk* of port .
." W.L.X ..Cl_ab.e.rvuala the ..... -_ cSif ,- TRAINS DAILY. Urn "[. .r i780am ALL TRAINS I DAILY. :.tsat.rd ..raw.
Yale BOMbttuirt i e.e that name and price It rum' In ancient times the water marks Tier Plan. ; I QI 0 U&t.a' .alL" n.1.40&- _
t *gnu*'*"1>* ". were same as : He-How does 16 happen that none of e u .L..Jack! :1YUle.J'.C.&l". ". G-'JO pm Lr. 'aD pm 7 70 sat
6' TM. The oc 06 Evcett.PaltLnore.. _. 9 Sham 8 4i pm leveret(. Soatima.AtMacon .. i AI pm 18 eery,
old inn signs. old ipns had dolls I
ALVABKZ, Starke.Tantuu you women have come forward with a now : : .' Nava inth 11 53 an 10 41 pm 145 am 4Cm
and beehives, horses and various other currency plan 41) tuO "C..luI11MioSouthem_ So.pm Warn "' Atlanta, M S 45 am Wpm
& raniero z : Charlotte _. 8 2) pan TOO am Chttan t. ..7 U pia f MamFor '
r forms For the
the She Ob have
llauiTjtpn. assisns. same reason we already a perfect one.When r-"i OO .
f : o 11 aehi'!::un. _' 6 42 am 8 30 pm Cincinnati Q.A C.- : 7 30am "7 20 p
paper makers had some distinguishingmark we need currency, we just sit down a- .: I Peaa.E.H.; .. 8 O.am 11 :i pm Ar.B1rm\llItw..loutlaen.:1: Olu' __-

:, REAR. which made their product- distinct and cry for it.-Clncinnati Tribune. I ; rco IQ sr' H NewYorTx h.Ifoo, u _-.. 12 10 f,3 ham pm 3 a 00 20 am am St. Look CaIro.LaDe s0&In --.

7 from that of other makers.A .4 Mwss24 .. c tQ. .E. toe Ar. Memphis LC.L.1. 1000Pm _. I
TilE T wo.'I'IM1sA:11'IsEKaAVANNAII : i t mark of the What De Thought. s cf '1 A-"bevilJe.. outherD_ ___ 18 11)am XaDSal City, I c pmj I ,.
:moue sixteenth .
very < ,.. .
.t
The preacher was indulging in rhapsodies rIISa1I .
: WEEKLY '"EWS century was the handmark hand topped over tho glories <>J the! New Jerusa o.s :' full information apply to Agent of this creat Railway
/ .. RrI A 0 any /
with The
star. mark I't
a jug or pot
ii"t I lem. LitTlo; JO 1UV lUtcucd: to Lui :or q c.c. '
. 1. AN 8-PASE PAPER. gave the name to the "pot" paper while quite 11I:.... Ik ti.oi v,';ii-. .Ctti in !..sWOin'r rod I -oS -. M t1J6.! System, or its connection -

the foolscap mark used on paper of a 'M.vr.:1!. i.J! aa uaag'i.t ;.nre I 0 'c t118 "-. M ;. tillunn W. A. TURK C. A. BEHSCOTER, S. HARDWICK, .
fIr lOt.t DIES A YEAR. certain. size gave that size its name, : ?"-I:: ,.'::i 'I 1:1?:. CU'I
: = t1'dJ COn- P":I. Aunt AsiL Can. Pajs.Agtnt. AMt P.Aj nt.
f --- -
which it to this
retains day. f WASHINGTON. O. C. KNOXVIL E.TENN. ATLANTA.CA.
m1'4LL THE NEWS. I If Ir The post paper was so called because I I It i is'H' truth in medicine that thesnall-t; c gocS :

f A PAPER it bore a mark cf a shield with a post est dr=, that performs a cure i is the best. 1\ to eq VV. D. ALLEN,
FOR THE IIQ.MK.v l .
horn on i jfc.-London Letters. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the I f' Florida Passenger Agent, .
CIIi
''J'; smallest pills, ill perform H cure, sad j -.: ii-S er J.4 212 West Bay Street, JACXSQNYJ LE. FLA.
A
't .H| P YEAR, SAMPLE cop A )delicate ptstlnctlon. are the best Statke'Drue Co Iila .

d)" IKS FREE 1 j I "Did you say you wanted Shakespeare's I 4 :.s. \U Jalv, l?4fI1. ?.4Ai. .:
WHAT WE SAY but. ff -----
I works? asked the book store NOT C
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EW8 VS .
I I "No" replied the haughty girl; "I that tells the story of its merit and sue- j o In .

,;,: SAVANNAH {L1.a S Rant his pHj** "Washington Star. cess. Remember HOOD'S Cures. '' 0 BRlt: '. US YCTJH .J.. K.

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K ; ; 1nt: CRISP SPEAKS.. United States, no, great discussion'as ator from Ohio, afterwards a distinguished FOURTEEN' KILLED. 1 f GROWTH OF TilE SOUTH. > ; ITEMS OF,: -

'i \ to the respective value of gold and silver judge,of the supreme court of ... Industrial Condition- Reportedfor < -. Yo REV.Ttm .
y.? L ; no great disturbance of the 'hard the United States-you find him introducing -. The .' Spots of white as largo M i.]

.r,....:..".<":.. monetary,system nor no great attack a bill that reads as follows: I I' the Fast We k. Jar appear on some of ihejuThe NI'
: to industrial 'conditions "
;:. :.- HE GIVES 'HIS. VIEWS ON THE npoh 1t."The.-' < ,That all bonds of the United States TROLLKY CAB GOES THROUGHAN The reports as newest thing in.asb,fa,;
"" "' : 'I' people of, that day believed Issued onto be 'issued under the eaid in all parts of the southern states' ,; a damty-painted half-Ur ea', '

: ':, F FINANCIAL QUESTION. that there was'such a thing as ,bimetallism act of gress'hereipbefore cited are, OPEN DRAW. BRIDGE. for the past week indicate that no material a reti-tipped match on a cti1t
,
taken in the
,'". 'and they believed that on bimetallism payable, principal and interest, at the change has place done. The The, newest and prettiest;|'-. SabJedTsn's

.t .".:..; : ," The.. Ex-Speaker .. For the Free. Coinage depended the interest'and, p.rop1 1' option of the government of the United I Fourteen of, the Passengers Dead, :iron amount industry of business continues being 'to be very chiefs are in the sheereef'broally ,i
t erty of the people of the United States, in silver dollars,of the coinageof tucked and :
: Gold<< and Silver. Rescued.A time have boi
,-ti of Both, While Only One Was active, and at no previous
,, States. the 412
; United States containing } deep frill of embroidered'_, the King
"" "But in 1873 silver was demonetized. grains each of standard silver and to the furnaces been more actively at ... r sa.
"
work. There are no signs of any reductions .Square Japanese fans, mad
r It was not demonetized, restore to its coinage such silver coinsas ht
: my
Before session'of the two which fourteen '
a joint frightful accident, by in prices of pig iron of the ,or paper with purl or bsxn 'I.J
Tfc
friends it for at of said
because 'tender in
was'cheap, legal payment '
,', : houses of the Georgia state legislature, people lost their lives, occurredat New orders not are new odd and
various grades. are very 'preLK to lent
the time of the passage! of the act, the bonds principal and interest is not in .
Wednesday night' Speaker Charles Cleveland, 0., Saturday evening. weeks but are i&rprisingly nice to c touched
few
I so numerous as a ago, carry (
bullion value of the silver dollar wa violation of the public faith nor in ,, .and
financial STU>
I F. Crisp spoke upon the Owing to the criminal and still unex- outstanding ones are being much EC ore air than the or'
worth three cents more than the bull derogation of the rights of'the public many terinjr.cTlio
l a' questio.nJ The distinguished Georgian carelessness of a street car ,
plainable filled. Coal are quite busy Tte British is hai
operators malletmons
crown
ion of
value a gold dollar. creditors. (Applause.) And that I f
r ''';' had been invited by the unanimous Speaker Crisp reviewed the actionof passed the house by 159 to 79. After conductor, a car well filled with peo- and there seems to be a good demandfor rubies, pearl,. cape the heta'
Totexf; the two houses of the general awful of hun- iw-
ple took an plunge one coal and coke the in 'towersm
supplies being emerald set silver
congress when the question of free silver had been demonetized it was re- and gel(
assembly to address of the them on the Apolitical coinage was before that body and solved by the house by that vote i 13t dred and twenty feet from the' draw of readily absorbed by the trade. Thereis It weigh 39 ounces and 5.$.. were>ipenade.
issues
day. They were the Central viaduct'into the dark wa- .
. in joint session to hear him,and threw said: "In December, 1876, we had a we had the power to proceed again to of the river. at present a better understandingamong weights, troy. In it there; M InTlted'ofthec
vote of the ters Cuyahoga southern lumber men than ever diamonds, 273 pearl., 9 rubieiphirc'9
house coin
I on bee coinage. silver at 412} grains and honestly /
the doors of the- house of
representatives The accident occurred at 7:25 o'clockp.
The before, and the business is being car- and 11 emeralds. of riot
1 yeas were 168 and the nays 53. discharge the obligations of the United -
admitting the general pub The Central viaduct is long ?5>
open a 30 ,
: The democratic yeas were 124: and the States. m. ried on in a conservative way. The The little queen of the N'entered street,
lie. and iron'structure which crosses .. excess iMail's
stone demand does not warrant the full forcein
I' Besides the members of the legislature democratic nays were 17. In 1877, That Fifty-Cent Dollar. upon her 16th years iAroj
the Valley railroad and the Cuyahoga ..<
one thereafter another vote on all the great mills, an4 by agree- fend in honor of the .. darkneBnahn:
and the state officers a number of year "Then, we have democrats who tell river, and connects Jennings avenue ago, occae
the.Georgia congressional delegation, ) free coinage was taken. The demo- us-and I would like to run over their on the south side with Central avenueon ment, restrained.manufacturing The is now somewhat to the great regret of her'eubu

Congressman Bankhead, of Alabama, j cratic yeas were 97, democratic nays objections to free coinage, if I could- the east. The bridge is one hundred reports as trodnced'a momentous. eloa stored1
10. Nin ty-seve'1 to ten was the pro- tell that to to new textile mills for the began to wear her hair,in thVf'of drawn
and scores of the most prominent men they us they are opposed and twenty feet above the river.
portion at that time of the democratswho week includes a proposed cotton '' ,. that ret
the 50-cent dollar. Now what do yoking women.
in the state were present. Among coining a
The draw for draw- loteersand ,
was open a tug mill at N. C to be
those of Hon. favored the free and unlimited that? A silver dollar Fayettevilie, ,, cap- One
well known faces were they mean by ing a schooner, which was about to italized cotton Australian species of till, we
Fleming. G. duBignon, Chanceller coinage of silver. will buy anything that a gold dollar will pass beneath the bridge. As usual the at $300,000, a $200,000 quail-is almost twice the size:l-< Syrianagate
mill at Jackson Misd. and cottonseed ,
I Boggs of the State university, Dr. H. "Now, why was it demonetized? buy in the market, in this country or gates 'were closed on both sides of the 1 mill, a size at male'of'the same species and i' Bombejembrol

C. WhitesMr. W. S. Raoul and hun- There can be but one reason. It was abroad. Your silver dollar will pass; draw and danger lights were displayedto delinting of large large birds the male of the ocasaoVary .
to increase the value of 'a gold dollar. Charleston, S. C.
t dreds of1 others. your silver certificates can be used in on account of across
accident. An electric its'_
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guard against an .,
Mr. Crisp spoke for two hours con- Now, those who oppose silver say, 'We England; because they are good in the There also reported the organization size stud duller plumage ? across
might
car was seen coming along bilgarded
Opei
at Fort Ark. of the Foit
it because is because Smith
it cheap ,
fining himself exclusively to the financial oppose this country and the Englishmen want casual
side by a observer eome1aeall
the but
east toward south Cap- tss'female. ;
bullion Smith & Van Buren and TransitCo.
the
is But in 1873 an Light
cheap. '
1 question and coming out emphat- something we have got to sell. Why, ;
tain Charles Brennan, who has charge 1 ;
ically for bimetallism-for the free I have told you, when it was struck then, call this a'50-cent dollar? You ., capital $200,000; of the Hunting ./1.o and to
coinage of both gold and silver at the I down, the bullion in a silver dollar was ,mean that the bullion in that dollar is of the bridge, had no thought of dan- Island Land Co., of Bluff ton. S. C., The Princes of Capita,.'stl otthe.
the usual had
worth 3 cents than the bullion ina ger, as precautions been capital $50OOO of the building of at Lucca cups.pets.
present ratio-and asserting that the more only worth 50 cents. Probablythat ; recently was the .
observed. The of the Ce-
United Spates, with her seventy mil I gold dollar. That act was passed is true, but why is it true? The car was one cotton oil mills at Wolfe City Texas, of a tt-autifulIrish girl.Miss! dance
dar and
lion of people, was sufficiently power- without knowledge on the part of the value of everything, my friends, is Jennings avenue branch of the to cost$:>0,000; and of the charteringof Smitt}, who became the me tongu
Consolidated line and
had fifteen
big Belch
ful to establish bimetallism the world people, or of the people's representatives regulated by supply and demand. the Keyser Manufacturing Co., at wife qf Charles Ferdinand.of] Ah,:
a-conductor and
over. He cited the fact that the mere and I never heard it questionedin Doubly is that true as to money. passengers motorman Chattanooga, Tenn., with $40,000 cap- Prince of Capua, brother of Fe._ baaqc
democratic circles until within the' aboard. At what is known as the "de ital. The Texaikana Oil k Delinting IL of the ; Allpn
passage of a free coinage bill by the The desire for money equals the desire Naples notorious
railing switch, some two hundredfeet TlandHers
last or two. Co., capital $30,000 has been char- Bomb .
United States senate several years ago year for everything else on earth. You ( :
"On the Bland-Allison law in 1878'the from the draw, the conductor me- tered Texas electri-' ';;q-.
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had caused the bullion value 'of silverin can have no substitute for money.: If at Texarkana. ; an IrornlInba
chanically alighted as is the wont of A Hearty WeIe Be J
London to' advance 23 cents an democratic yeas were 122, nays : you fail to get flour to make bread, cal plant to cost $25,000 is in contem- To returning by day and i
held that 21. One hundred and twenty-two to I But there is all conductors at this point, to see if plation at Owensboro, Ky., and a $15- peace tnunpulSf i chick
in and the
ounce ten days, you may buy corn. no all night i! extended by the rheumatic jet t InlaKraist'
21 were the friends of silver. On the was right. The car came to a stand- 000 has been char-
rehabilitation of silver by the United substitute for money. You must haveit tannery company wb.owes these blessings to HoatetUrt&' < 1
States would re-establish it the world free coinage bill in 1886 the demo- if you live in a community with still and the motorman waited for or- tered at Sanford Fla. ach Bitters.Q D n't delay the use of this hi thres"Wine
I anon for pain and purifier of the brood
over. cratic yeas were 96 nays 70. The your fellow men. Therefore the de- ders.The Electric lighting plants are reportedat instant beyond the point when the i
see were then increasing, conductor, for some unaccountble Enfanla and Ala. manifests it*elt. Kidney lag
V- The speech was on practical argu- nays, you mand for money exceeds the demandfor Demopolis ; a trouble.Arwym ohMiW&ftJ
failed to the red liver co nplalnt.IA :rippe and '
see signalof t irrepi'mrfiy
bat still a majority of the democrats reason mill Blevins Tex. (
at
Mr. else the demand flouring ; a large
mentative lines' just as Crisp anything or equals the bowels are relieved and cured b*
stood for the free coinage of silver. danger the closed gates, or per- at Valdosta Ga. and Bitters. -. Gorg
speaks o1:* all occasions. It was gen- for everything else in the world guano factory :
"In 1890 the free coinage democratswere haps custom made him careless and lock works W. Va. that
at
erou Jy. applauded throughout and at put together. Now, :then silver is Huntington The iftzhest problem of any art li toes Kite; !
N 101, 13. In 1890 again the he signaled to the motorman, John Railroad machine to be built by thc lllosioo
itwconoluaion the audience applaudedloud nays not coined except to a certain extent.It shops-are appt trance ot a higher i dens
democratic vote was 112 22 Rogers, to come ahead. The motor- at Charlotte N. C. rice mill at Jennings .OUT
r and long and crowded about to yeas nays has not the privilege of free coinage. ; DrKl'mer's SWAMP-ROOTeun."'l
" extend congratulations to the speaker in favor oi'free coinage."In About Values. man turned on the electric current,thA La., and the woodworking ..!' Kidney and Bladder tronbta. '/* J l

for what all termed the most logical March 1892, on a motion to table "Some conductor jumped aboard the car, aDd plants. for the week include handle imphlet and Consnltation fraa.'' wallubd
of our friends tell us-democratic Laboratory BinKbamton.N. '
a free coinage bill the were at considerable speed the vehicle near- factories at Knoxville Tenn. and '.z !
<< and concise statement of the financial yeas friends-the law doesn't create 1,',
148 and the 147. I was speakerat ed the deathtrap. Gainesville Fla. lumber Theq-'larterot an hour before dinner'i| stan
issues made before Georgia nays ; a companyat.
a au
ever value. I .
to that. But the law
dience.In that time and voted with the nays can create agree demand and demand Why the motorman did not see UA Covington, Ky., having $10,000 worst button can choose. ., ,"'", Emt dow

beginning his address Mr. Crisp and that made a tie and the motion can danger lights or the closed gates eon capital; and saw and.planing mills at Sun: #r OHIO. CITY or TOLEDO. > ,rJ. drill
_, create value. Do question that? LUCAS **
; COCSTT. IFRANK .
you than he did will remain .1 .
said: "Profoundly; grateful for the failed. (Applause.) er always a Riverside, Ala., Sparks, Ga., and Lacy : J.Cnuzrmatesosthtbathetstbseutor ate.
*
. ,0" honor which'yo'Q. have conferred In August 1893, the free coinage Strike down the demand for any com- mystery but the fact remains that Le Miss. Water works are to be built at pfirtner of the firm of F.J. CHEtrr A nan
upon modity and diminish its value and did Co., dom, bu-ineas in the City of 'ToM .,: bIas
democrats were 101, 103. For the you not. .Ala. and W
St. Louis MHW.
me, I shall endeavor to manifest my nays Eufaula Bay County and Sta'ealore-atd ant that Raid fim that
first time in the of the democratic increase the demand and you increasethe A few feet from the draw it dawned
appreciation i by a frank, honest and history Among the enlargements are a $75,000 will pay the sum of ONE HUNDBKO D0w bret:
in 1893 of the value. upon the motorman that it was LARS far each and every case oi Catnrrh hat dog'
party a majority open.
fearless presentation of.-my views on addition to a brewery at Nashville, cannot te cared by the use of HALL'S CiUn. '
the public issues of the day. Of course democratic representatives in congressa "Suppose that there: was a law pro With a speed born of desperation he Tenn., and enlargements of cotton CUBE. FRAXK: J. CHIHXT. majority of two-voted against viding that no mill should grind win threw the handle and applied the Sworn to before mn and sab.cribed ia- fay'. die
mills
Eufaula and Florence
at Ala. :!
it goes without saying that I shall presence, this 6th day of Decem!)er.A.D.* ""
,
..' speak to you as a democrat; one, too, free coinage. They voted against free ter wheat, for instance; what wouldbe brakes. Douglasville and Lindaje, Ga. The j--t. >- W. GL&.UOtrlSStLf } ,.' Ian(
the effect of that? it would Three Men win!>
coinage then because that was a -Why, Jump. a
who feels proud of the record of his prop- new buildings of the week include a '--y- Notary hblJ&: Hoi
party and one who feels that the real osition to repeal the Sherman law.arul increase the price of the spring wheat The bridge captain seeing the approaching $25.000 armory at Jacksonville, Fla, Hall's Catarrh Care Is tttei internally and' .. Ben

and best interests of the masses of the, they were urge4 to let thai propositionstand i and would diminish the price of the ("ar. shouted like a madman a $9,000 school building at Coviogton acts face dircitly oE the on toe blind Send and mucous tnr-. eve

people of the United'States are linked by itself, and when it was dis- winter wheat. Wouldn't it? I admit but availed nothing. The car was already Ga., and new buildings at Universityof : F.syatfm.J. CUE.NKT & fnrtretintnotiab4'tree. Co.Toledo a. "Jj lift of ,

indissolubly with the destinies of that posed of further legislation should be the law can't create value, but it cart on the down grade to the draw Virginia to cost about 325000. Cd'3okj:! by Drnggistsi..3<:. ',-" ant

great party.I (Applause.) had in relation to silver .Following* create the demand and destroy the demand and the brakes were not able to hold Tradesman (Chattanooga, Tenn.) NEW CHATTANOOGA LABOJUTO"T,"" wit

"In like where that, in March, 1894, we had thu and demand regulates value. the car on the slippery rails. The dig

". the people a government rule, it is essential ours,that we seignorage bill, more legislation in "Now, our democratic friends who, motorman, realizing his danger, for TURKS KILL 800. One .f ihe l.arireat Has" an mike iMmence,U".rdW1nCsrd.l Mate. .ef.iCHATTAXOOOA. :;."' wtsw'

should have party! government. Where the interest of silver, and how did that oppose this measure say that! under no sook the precious cargo. he was haul- -- .Txxs.November 9tB.TL,'" tai

.' all men must vote or should vote in result? Democratic ayes 135 and nays consideration could they agree to coin ing, and with a wild cry leaped oft the American Mission Property DestroyedBut immense new laboratory of the Cbattuoo ..... ,\IC9s
30. The hour had come when something silver at less than its commercial value.I front platform, ran down the viaductin the Missionaries Unharmed. Medicirce: Company was commenced to dar. not
the selection of officers it is natural Nearly An acre of floor space 13 now used ia ala
that those men who agree upon main, I should be done for silver, and agree with them. There is no the direction of Center avenue and Secretary Olney has received a cable 'makinR:McElree's Wine tIt Curdnl and Thed-1'j tel:
of those trouble between as on that. But bow from United States Minister ford's Black Draught but this new anarx'icables
, essential principles should vote to- many gentlemen who had disappeared in the darkness.At Terrell "' .-tise capacity ot the plant. This boW re
gether, and thus form a party." voted against free coinage in 1893 on can we get at its commercial value? If the same instant two male pas confirming the reports from Constan- ness ban become one of the largest ia the* all

i4'Now, the democratic party stands the seignorage bill voted in favor of my democratic friends think to com- sengers jumped off the rear platformand tinople concerning the massacre of country Wine of;CaHui and! now, to sends every its part leading of the prodorV world.*,,, eb,

"; for certain principles It stands ,for silver. So that the vote was democrats pare its value with gold now when it is escaped death as by a miracle. 800 persons by the Mussulmans at A branch offl'-e has been established: at St.If?? Is

\ local self-government. It stands for 135 to 50, and when the bill was prohibited coinage then I say to them The car reached the closed iron gates Kharput and the destruction of a Louis tot the northwestera trade.Appreciate 1, Tine

economy in the administration! of pub- vetoed the democrats voted yeas 117, they are no friends of silver and are and, in an instant the crash of snapping large amount of American mission Metbxrs the G.*4 W.rk'of al:

. lie affairs. It stands against class leg- nays 50. enemies of a fair test. iron and breaking glass was heard. property. The scene of this massacre Parkej Ginger Ton iUllt,re viviaz quatitie :: r

ulatioi*. ;It stands for equal rights to Taking all theee Totes together "The way to test' its commercial This alarmed the conductor who had is far inland and beyond the reach ofa _a boon to the paln-stricfecnandnerrou. : otVb

all of the citizens of the country and my friends-taking the fact that silverwas value is to restore its status as it was stepped inside and he was seen to man-of-war, which would be obligedto FITS"{cpped free by Dw. KLIJTI'S! OBIATXERVK '' M'

;' special privileges to none. It stands demonetized in a republican congress when it was stricken down. (Ap make a dash for the rear door but he pass the Dardanelles and enter the n STORSIL "Co fits after nwt day's*.. I--; In
Marvelous cures. Treatise and|2.00trial bo\- !"!
.4 against high tariff which is class legislation am I not justified in saying plause.) There was no question of the was too late. Black sea to approach even the neigh tie.free i Dr. "lIn .931 Arch St.Phila.Fa. hiVi

. ; and in my judgment, gentlemen that the establishmeut of the single commercial value of silver in 1873. It The Fatal Plunge.A boring coast.It Vih

- |t stands, and has always stood, gold standard in the United States was was worth 3 cents more to the dollar second, later the car swayed on was from an apprehension of Nervous Debility: at<

', in favor of bimetallism. (Applauseand a republican measure and has never than gold. Now I say if you are hon the edge of the awful space steadiedfor trouble on the Syrian coast that the G g1

cheers) And that is the question. met with the approval of the majorityof estly a silver man, if you are honestly an instant as though in a frantic United States steamship Marbleheadwas ---- x s<

I. propose to discuss tonight. the democratic party? (Applause.) in favor of having the use of the two endeavor to maintain its equilibriumand stationed there recently and the Cood Health, Strength and Appetite lin

J. "What is bimetallism? The equal The Amount of Gold and Silver In the metals at their commercial value, the toppled over. There was an ago wisdom of the move is now apparent.She Clyen by Hood's Sarsaparllla."I .' '
World. first step for you to take is to vote for has been had been a sufferer from ne"ota.de. nIB:
coinage of gold and silver at the mint nizing chorus of screams and in an instant cruising along the coast 1
without discrimination against eitherat "Think of it for a moment. Therbis the rehabilitation of silver, that is a all was quiet. but unfortunately just when the massacre bility fox eight years. Various treatments :

a ratio fixed bylaw. (Cheers and about three and a half billion dol- bill to reeoin it as it was in 1873 at The ear struck upon a projectionof is reported to have occurred at did not give me 'Fo

, applause.) Anything short of the absolute lars of each of these metals in the the ratio" of 16 to 1 and discover its piles in the abutment beneath the Alexanderetta she was further down : $ ct relief. I wentto i ii

of those metals the with which all dutiesare value. the coast at Germany and was to,I X
equality at the world money draw then turning and collapsing it a place'called Mercine. t
mint, whatever it may be, is not bime to be paid and all business trans In concluding Mr. Crisp eaid: fell into the dark river below, scatter- The value of the property reported to treated by aspedalist. I

tallism. (Applause.) acted. If by a single act you strike) "Bear in mind what bimetallism is. ing its passengers in all directions and have been destroyed is between Ina short tlmlt l\\ I

"In 1792 we established a mint in down one-half of that money necessarily Bear in mind that it puts the bullion breaking the tow line between the tug $75,000 and 100000. s gave up bis,treat- lA i:

1 the United States. The constitution the other half must bear the value of silver on an equality with and schooner that were passing.A The News Confirmed. ment and returned : I t:

of the United States provided that whole burden. But our friends tell gold, and bear in mind that it will re- to this country.'On ,
The
I store to the people of the whole Unit- few suppressed groans were heard following cable message was received r '
of :
the a
advice
should 'coin and standard friendsthatthey
congress money reg. us-our single by the men who happened to be at Washington Saturday by the
ed that
States
t mate the value thereof.' That is the are the friends of silver. Thereis prosperity to which on __ friend I began tak- t
the docks American Board of
they much in neel"PITTS below. Men from the Foreign Missions, ti ]
are so
: exact language: the constitution no advantage, gentlemen of the ns- bri-lge above and from the docks who from Rev. H. O. Dwight, of Constantinople IngHool'sSarsaparilla I
"In 1792 was passed the first coin- The fast bot
1
having had witnessed the accident, called to by way of Philipopolis: ,
law. That law provided that SHOT THREE. tlebenefltedmeaadshortly
age every the men on,the tug to pick the "Five hundred were killed in : ,
up peo- Kbarpout,eight :
fifteen of silver tender and stands -- I cured. I haTe'
!. pounds' weight pure legal money upon was am now strong
should be of equal value in all pay its own feet. (Applause.) A Sensational Tragedy Enacted In ple, but only two passengers, one man or twelve missions burned; hvo spireJ,houses a good appetite, I and have increased in I
Tennessee. and one woman, were rescued. The stripped. .Turks will regard this as a test of weight." : MBS. CZ.AXA HICKS, 246 Union I
ments with one pounds'weight of gold, "If it is to be supported in some i
woman, however died while the intention of the United Avenue, Brooklyn; N. Y. Remember.
States to defend
The being removed -
ti and all the gold and silver coin which way Dy the gold standard then, my story of a sensational tragedywas
" has been struck at and issued from the friends', the money you pay for the received at Nashville, Tenn., to the hospital.The mission: No missionaries anywhere; villages Hood's SarsaparillaIs \

& mint shall be a lawful tender in all silver is wasted. You had better take Tuesday night from Macon county, on news of the accident spread everywhere deiOlated; people starving and .:

k, ; payments whatsoever. This is bimet paper, which costs nothing, and print the Kentucky line. The scene was ata rapidly and in a few minutes a fireboat na'ed. Instant help. the:Only

: allism.1 There is nothing about a unit dollars. (Great Applause.) stave faotory on Long Fork' creek. and six ambulances, six dead wagons (SigneJ) DWIGHT. True| Blood Purifier

,'" of value, but it fixed a ratio between "The refunding act and the resump- It seems that John Kirby, Jim Liv, a squad of policemen were on Costly Blaze In Sherman, Tex. l'f

t. ., the two metals and provided bylaw tion act are provided for the paymentof ingstone and Jack Moulder, three of hand and the work of rescuing the Fire destroyed the Lentz block at Prominently in the public eye. fl; 6 for?5.Hood's .
bodies
! ; that either of them at that ratio should the obligations of the United States:: the factory hands, were drunk and at- was taken up. One by one Sherman Tex., Saturday morning. cure all liTer ills,biliouness. *-

1" be a lawful tender for all debts,'publio in coin-coin of the standard value. tacked the factory boss Captain F. G. they were found and taken to under Loss $100,000; fully insured. The Fills .headache. 33c.

r. and private. At the time of the passage of the act Pitts. They rushed upon him with taking establishments difi'erentparts buildings were the finest in northern :
of the I
x It was found in 1834: that there was 412} grains of silver was a standard clubs and knives and ha retreatedsome city. Texas. Cornis

A'a a disparity between the coinage value silver dollar. It was a legal tender distance, but finally drew his The scenes which were enacted in

': and the commercial value of the two when the act was passed, and yet immediately pistol and fired four times. He brought Detroit after the Journal accidentwere LOSING ORDERS.

t metals, growing, my friends as I hope after the passage of the act down all three of the men. Kirby was repeated at the viaduct disaster -- :

'r to demonstrate to you, out of the dif- you find Mr. Sherman-and go where hot in the abdomen, Livingston and undertakers like ghouls, were The Strike Costing the Clyde Shipbuilders a vigorous feeder and responds -

ference of the ratio in this country you will you will find no man entitledto through the aide and Moulder in the struggling for possession of the bodies. Much Business. well fertiliza

t and the ratio abroad. Did the people so much credit or so much discredit aide. Kirby and Livingston are dy The moment the accident became Cable advices from Glasgow Scot- to liberal

of that day propose to discontinuethe for the present condition as Mr. ing. No arrest has been made. noised about they hurried to the docks land state that the disputes betweenthe tion. On corn lands the yield

I coinage of either metal because Sherman-you find Mr. Sherman in with their dead wagons and engaged Clyde shipbuilders and their em increases and the soil

then was a difference in the ratio? 1875 writing a letter to the attorney STEEL WORKS START UP. in the unseemingly wrangle for the ployes continue without any change. improvesif

Not to; but they carefully considered general-a republican attorney gen. -- corpses. The builders have lost an order from properly treated with fertilizers -

all surroundings and came to the con- eral-asking him whether he could issue And Employment will be Given to The motorman was found after mid- the Italian government for the con- not under
containing
I elusion that there was ,too much gold the bonds payable in the coins of Many :Men! night by two detectives and he insists struction of three gunboats and twelve

in the gold dollar, and they reduced the then present standard. If they The Maryland Steel company has that the reason he ran was because he tarpedo boats owing to their inability 7% actual

the quantity of gold in the gold dollar were payable in the present standard started up the fires in furnace A. at was panic-stricken and he did not see to furnish a guarantee that they

and thus sought to bring about a.parity. theywere gold bonds. If they were Sparrow's Point, Md., giving immediate the gates or the lights until the crash would be delived at a specified time. Potash.

That was in 1834. Still another payable in coin of the standard of the employment to one hundredmen. came. The Norwegian government has placed

change was made in 1837, and the date of the act, then they wero coin The indications are that the Later. an order for torpedo boats with Ger-

ratio was changed from 15 to 1 to 16 bond great iron and steel plant will be in Up to 6 o'clock Sunday evening the man builders for the same eason.The' A trial of this but

to 1, so that sixteen pounds of silver "The attorney general answers: 'The full operation within a few weeks, give bodies of fifteen victims of Saturday < plan costs

should equal one pound of gold and bonds are redeemable in the coin of ing employment to 800 men. Tie night's catastrophe had been recovered. W Oldest Conductor Dead. little anti is sure to lead to i

either should be permitted to be used the standard of 1870 the date of the Sparrow's Point works are controlled This accounts for all but four of the Kennedy; the South Carolina profitable culture.

in the payment of debts. That con- act." by the Pennsylvania company, and it passengers known to have been on the and Georgia road conductor in point

tinued the law of the United States Payable. In Silver. is semi-officially stated that as the.parent car at the time it made its dreadful of service the oldest railroad conductor .> Our special pamphlets! (ferulircrj.are Dot are advertising practical circular works containIng boomng -

down to 1873. Before the war, during "Coming down to 1878, we find company is crowded with work, plunge from the open Central viaduct In America died at Charleston Satur- latest reeai.bes on the subject of fertilisation and

that long period we had ia'the: Stanley Mathews, the republican-- large orders will be transferred to the down into the Cuyahoga.river. day. Mr. Kennedy has been a conductor arc the really aW(.helpful to farmers. They are eat free for

Maryland works. I in active service for forty years GERMAN KALI WORKS.
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:RET. : ( TAiaiAGE.V : could haTe wished lit at you the had feast.been"Oh Invited, the there grandeur and!, SVandetflhi Luminous Paint. V 'Highest of an in- Leavening Powers-Latest U.S.Go Vt Report -\ .

,.. of Belshaezar's feast!" you would haTe I n Escapi '
4>- '8UNDAIDISCOUBSE. said, but you look In at the close of thai I The most recent and, it is claimed, f fLVW

: (OTED DIVINE'S banquet and your blood curdles with hor' practical method, 'described, for the

Vif ror. The king of terrors has there a ghast f produotion'of luminous paint is as follows DAVal Baking
lier banquet Human blood is the wine and '

I-i-" / :-""- dying groans are the music Sin has made Mrs. M. A. Owens Falls Down a Long : Oyster shells are 'cleaned, with

Itself a king In the earth. .It has crowned warm water, then put into the fire for

Erbie ci Handwriting: the Wall." itself. It has spread a banquet. It Invites Flight of Stairs and Kills half an honr, at the end of which time
; all the world to come to it.J It has hung In allowed P *der
taken and to
its banqueting hall the spoils of nil kingdoms -' Her Child. they are out

Io iTT- ''''It th&t.nt t ,wa' Belsbazur.lCt and the banners of all Nations. It has. cool; when quite cold, they are V

King ot the Cl &Ue.s14tn."D3fl1ei. gathered from all music. It has strewn, pounded to a fine state, all gray portions
from its wealth the Ladies meet with many accidents in ABOWTELY
tables and floors and PUREV
discarded and the
placedin
arches. And yet how often Is that banquet I descending stairs-the result being powder _

7icigi iw about to corn down on Baby- broken up and how horrible Is Its end! Ever often a broken limb or worse, but we a crucible, in alternate layers, with -
,
ott. Tb b.adows The of Euphrates her 253 towen"ollei began: on, and anon there Is a handwriting on the wall. have never heard of where a mother flowers of sulphur. The lid is put on Called for the Limit. When He's Gone.' .....

to lengthen. of the A king falls. A great culprit is arrested. falls down a flight of stairs-kills her and cemented with sand made into a
-tonehfld by the flerysIendorS setting The knees of wickedness --'

: ra. htt RBtes of brass, burnished V : God's judgment, like an armed knock host together.breaksIn child and escape death, until our atten- stiff paste with beer, and, when dry, There is a dealer in men's shoes who "Ho-hnm 1"! sighed Cummin Wee. ,
shut like fioora of flam*, tion was called to an accident to Mrs. ,
and
:: opened the is baked in the fire for. the of an
tortwr,
upon banquet, and that night Is Bel- space has out of each shoesin
withthebeavydeZbet0 sticking pair-of "I wish these wheels 'o
of Dabylon.wet M. A. Owens, of 2115 K St. electricity V
;:3aoh ng JIIrden.s | shazzar. the king of the Chaldeans, slain. Washington hour. When quite cold the lid '
pour from,starlit Here Is a young man who says: '1 cannot D. C. We use her language : the window of his store three new would hnrry up their work-**

flower and dripping lear a fragrance for see why they mr\ke such a fuss about the Intoxicating About two months is opened, and, as the product shouldbe $1 bills. An accompanying announce- Trtfbk Bjaer--"Wot idee ye got _

'iiny miles around.. The and streets Irolio and and squares cup. Why, It Is exhilarating! It ( \ t'\ before the time for white, all gray parts are to be sep ment reads: "Three of a kind takes a now Cummin?" -
for "*& prom-
were lighted makes me feel well. I talk better arated non-luminous. A
can think as
they are
"
enade. The theaters and galleries of art better, feel better. I cannot see V'\ \ my confinement I fell pair. A young man undertook to ."Then we kin start out hnntin a _
wealth and and grandeurS why people ;iJi'' down a long of sifter is then made by taking a pot, beat the the other "
"Inrltei the pomp have such a prejudice against It." A few, flight game day. job o' tendin' ho ses.- Cleveland
the city to rare entertainments. Scenes years pass on, and he wakes up and finds stairs and killed putting a piece of very fine muslin "You sell shoes according,: to the Post.

;'at riot and wassaU were-mingled In every himself In the clutches of an evil habit whichhe my unborn loosely around, tied about with a rules of 'pokerdon't ?" he in- _ _

:ttreet and podless nirth'and outrageous tries to break but cannot. and title cries child. I know string and the in at the you
powder put
to the To clean silver; wash it in hot
t faccess and splendid wickedness came quired. soap
out, 0 Lord God help me! It seems as this I _
J'Mnji'8 pal ce".to do their mightiest deeds of though God would not near his prayer, and III'I//// r felt it,as move never afterwards top, and raked about until only the "We do," replied the clerk. BUd, to which' ammonia has been _

_
darkueE$ In an of body and soul he cries out coarse powder remains. On openingthe added in the of table-
: 're feasfto-nlgbt at the king's agony i and "Well, I wear size 9. ; wrap me up proportion one
palace
>
A royal "It blteth like a serpent, and stingeth like a fine powder is found .
V pot
very to of suds. Brush
two of them. spoonful a quart _
to the gates are chariots, uphol- If could tH ll it pairs
Bashing up an adder. How bright it was at the start! .
Item with precious cloths from Dedan, and How black it was at the last! w _, wasoutotpo- and this is to be mixed into a thin He received the shoes and handedover well with an old, tooth or nail brush

.drawn fcy fire eyed horses from Togarmah, Here Is a man who begins to read loose I_ sition. Upon paint with gum water, two thin appli- $3. or, better still with a small hand
that rear and neigh In the grasp of the charioteers novels. "They are so charming" he cations being better than one thick _
thousand lords dismount, says. t being exam- "Excuse me, said the clerk, "but brush which can be bought for a _
while a "I will go out and see for myself whether all I amined by one. This is said to be a luminous "
ofi trifle.
all the those ehoes come to
dressed In splendors $6.
and women, these things are so" He the ofa o I ._
opens gate _________ two
physicians that will show far
of paint luminously
emerald, and the color blending .1 "That's all the ,
i Syrian sinful life. He goes in. A sinful sprite right, replied young,:
i. and the chasteness of coral and the the child was into the night provided it is exposed
agate meets him with her wand. She waves her man, "three of a kind beat two pair."
Bomber glory of Tyrian purple and princely wand and it Is ail enchantment. Why it & pronounced dead. to the light during the day. "
embroideries, brought from afar by camels seems as if the angels of God had poured out 'TtN They decided, as "I know that, said the clerk,' "but NT4pOj1T(97( (

across the desert andby ships of Tazshlsh vials ot perfume in the atmosphere. As my symptoms were Vicarious.DoctorCountess they don't beat four nines.Shoeand

croesthesea. V he walks on he finds the hills becomingmore so favorable and I was in no pain; could Leather Reporter.An _
I should be
let the gladif
Open wide the gates and guests radiant with foliage and the eat heartily,>rest well and was doing eJIRETORyG0 \ ,
The chamberlains and cupbearer would let hear
eome In. ravines more resonant with the falling finely in that it was safer to you me you cough.
are all ready. Hark to the rustle of the blazeof silks, water. Oh. what a charming landscape he let nature every take way its,course, and left me Countess don't feel disposed to do odd cribbage board is made of -.. *V
carol ot the mule! See the
and to the .' sees! But that sinful sprite, with her wand, 80 just (To her maid Elize aluminum and fashioned in the shapeof
the jewels Lift the banners. Fill the meets him again but now she reverses the with instructions that they be advised now. ) A List of Reliable Business Houses

cups.: Clap the cymbals Blow the trum wand, and all the enchantment Is gone. The promptly of any unfavorable symptoms.I please cough as I did this morning.- a heart. The pegs have flower heads where visitors to the Great Shaw

pets. ;Let thp night go by with song and cup is full ot poison. The fruit turns to had, without the knowledge of anyone Motto per Ridere. and the whole is scattered over with will be property treated and can _

dance and ovation. and. let that Babylonish ashes. All the leaves of the bower are forked except my.husband. been for some weeks small hand-painted forget-me-nots. In
"
tongue be palsied that will not say, 0 KingBeebazzar purchase goods,at lowest prices. .,
toreerrAb tongue ot hissing serpents. The flowing using "Mother's Friend" with great Would Do Ills Part. the center of the heart are painted .
live fountains fall back in a dead pool stenchful relief and could I
see no reason why
'nay friends. It was not any common with The become Editor-Yes, we need a man. Do three cards-an ace of hearts a four
corruption. luring
banquet to which these great people came! songs should not continue its use, and did so.Xow know how to run a ? STILSON & COLLI.NSJEWELRY a
curses and screams of demoniac laughter.Lost time of and you newspaper spades and a jack of diamonds. _
came long
earth had sent their richest a
All of the suspense
parts spirits gather about him and feel for his Applicant-No, sir ; but I'm willingto -
Brackets and chandeliers for To the
viands to that table. waiting developments. sur-
heart aud beckon him on with brother!
flashed their'light'upon tankards of Hall, blasted spirit! hail!" He tries to get prise of all I continued to do well, and learn. I've been in the business: MRS. ADAMS' LETTER.LYXUT CO. '

tarnished gold. Fruits, ripe and luscious, out. He comes to the front door where he got along better than I ever did before over ten years.-Puck. ,Chattoo a.Ctx, Ga,Oct.4,l!'&. ,.
In baskets of silver, entwined with leaves! and it back but the when enciente in- 55 Whitehall
Vases entered tries to push although every one, Reflected Glory.A St.Atlanta. Ca.
conservatories.
clucked from royal door turns against him and in the jar ot the feared termination Two medicines
cluding physicians, the. -
with emerald and ridged with ezI Everything in the Jewelry and Silver
Wald man who sits around and boastsof
that shutting door he hears these words, would be fatal. have done me so
cuislte traceries, filled with nuts that were "This night is Belshazzar! the king of the his ancestors makes a mighty Line at Factory Prices.
I threshed from forests of distant lands. Eight weeks and two days from the poor much good I can-

I TOne brought from the royal vats, foamIng Chaldeans, slain. Sin may open bright as time I fell, natural labor came on and ancestor himself.-Atchison Globe. not find words to
the morning. It ends dark as :he night! t PAYS FOR
in the decanters and bubbling In the \ the child was taken in the usual express my gratitude A FULLCOL'RSES35
I learn further from this subject that death away ----- ---- QU1V :! ..

chalices. Tufts of cassia and frankincense sometimes breaks in upon a banquet. Why manner, and to the surprise of all, I was t..A for them.' I SULLIVAN 6. CRICK-TON'S "
wafting their sweetness from wall, and table. found in better condition than was down with a
did he not go down to the prisons in Babylon ever
Gorgeous banners unfolding. In the breeze ? There were people there that would before at any previous confinement. $ikiJP o1Iiowi V complication of .
the. window bewitched
through
that came -
with the perfumes open of hanging gar- like to have.died. I suppose there were men I had continued to use 'Mother'sFriend' V troubles, catarrhof 4 :

dens. Fountains rising up from Inclosures and women In torture In that city who up to the last hour, and experienced '( of the bowels and

would have welcomed death, but he comes little trouble that when falling of the And School of
V of Ivory,In lets of crystal to fall In clatter so the Shorthand.
ing rain of diamonds and pearls. Statues of to the palace, and just at the time when the time; came was unaware of it. and the womb. For seven MtudeBtA treat 20 taIe... 4 Penmta.in.
mirth is dashing to the tiptop pitch death dculf.6. Cah.IOCt" free. NO II.I VAN & _
tttghry men looking down from niches In the I breaks in at the banquet We have nurse had to make me undress quick- weeks I could not (!RIt-nT' Pr..rHire t, Atlanta, Gao -

wall upon crowns and shields brought irom often seen the same thing illustrated. Here and get in bed. I said to myself, "this I. sit up. Two bottles .. f
Idols of wonderful '
subdued empires. work L.a young man just come from college. He the work of 'Mother's Friend,' and I ... of McElree's .
of
standing Embroideries'on pedestals stooping about precious the stones.win- kind. He Js loving. He is enthusiastic.He am Having an easy time," as on previous Wine of Cardni and one package of

down and wrapping' pillars of cedar and is eloquent. By one spring he may occasions I suffered tortures for hours Thedford's Black-Draught cured me.

drifting on floor Inlaid with .Ivory and-ag bound to heights toward which many men before. I have recommended the Wine of

ate. Musicjtclngllng With the thrum of have been struggling for years. A profession Everything. was so easy and rapid Cardui Treatment to a number of suffering _

harps, and the clash of, cymbals, and the hs law opens His before friends him.cheer He is him.established Eminentmen in that the physicians had only time to get women and not one has failedto _

blast of trumpets in one wave ot transportthat encourage him. After awhile in the house. Always before I had trou- find relief by its use. If I can do // !
you may
went, rippling the along the and wall and see him standing in the American Senate or ble with my breasts, but this time I had anything to help bring this good med: ,

breathing among garlands pouring his elo- I used 'Mother's Friend' ori" icine to the attention of sufferers I 78WrnTEitALLS1
down the corridors. and thrilling the souls moving a popular assemblage by none, as '
eta thousand banqueter uence, as trees are moved in a whirlwind. them as directed. I had them drawn and will. be glad. MRS. E. C. ADAMS.. ATLANTA. GA.N. .

The signal Is given and; the lords and ladies Some night he retire3 early. A fever is on dried without any incon' enience. You 1
him. Delirium, like a reckless charioteer, : BNJ'OYSBoth THE AEBTHOTOR CO. does half Ulewmlhwindmill ,
the mighty men and women of theland must not forget that it was eight weeks business,because tt has reduced the eelS of
seizes the of his intellect. Father and
come around the table. Pour out thewine. reins and from the death the child the method wtaa It was. It nu many branch '
and tides two days and results -when Wind power w I/O TO AVOID THISTETTERINE, 1:7Sm:
mother stand by see the of his life
Let foam and bubble kiss the rim! bouses and supplies Us goods and repair
Hoist every one his cup and: drink to thesentiment. going out to the great ocean. The banquetis before confinement, and I suffered less Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasantand at jour door. It can and dees tarnish a IJou
coming to an end. The lights\of thoughtand and was stronger than ever before on better article for lees mane than J4
0 King Belschazzar live forever the and ** -
refreshing to tate acts and
otters. It nukea Pumping The OHt/T palatal sad harateMcunx
mirth and eloquence are being extin: such an occasion. My physicians'andfriends V
Bestarred head band and Qalranuedafteri S V
carcanet Geared. Steel. T forth*wont tree of Keaaraa, V
V
the
of' royal beauty gleam to the uplifted guished. The garlands are snatched from marveled at my escape.I gently yet promptly on Kidneys, V r i Completion Windmills, Tilting C f) I Tetter Bmc--l1l'OGl'l1patell-
chalices. as I again, and again. the brow. The vision is gone. Death at the know that "Mothers' Friend" saved Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system and rued Steel Towers,Steel Buzz Saw K 'U Oroond OB th. face, crusted ealpt."flw .
Feed ch ,
V Frames, Steel Feed Cutters and itch cba/u. *"t. pu -
ind again they are emptied, Away banquet! I my life, and hope every expectant effectually, dispels colds, head- Grinders. On application It will name one M T pica. Poaon from ivy or pcx-too oaII:. V
I have also to.learn from the subject that r In short AlL ITCHI!. 8..d too. taUII
rlth care from the pilace! Tear royal I mother will use it. It robs the final .._ of these articles that It will furnish until
aches and fevers and habitual < or cub to ci. T. .
"Dope Sbaptno
I the destruction of the vicious and of those ; cures usual price. It also make
1st at 113be
iigntty to tatters! Pour out January
I more hour of terrible and leaves her fi 6avano. Ga.. for.ins box. U TOOT
who God will be sudden. The suffering and Pumps of all kino Send for cata1Oftu6.FsctofY
el! Give us mnre light, wilder music, despise very constipation. Syrup of Figs is the Tanks dranwt don't keep it. 1
weeter perfume! Lord shouts to lord : wave of mirth had dashed to the highest strongerand makes recovery more rapid.I ; 12th. Rockwell and Kilmers Streets'hDDgnSY You will find It ai Cms. O.TTM aa's,Atlanta. '
cap- of its kind
sin cgles to captain. Goblets clash; de- point when the invading army broke I have learned of marvelous results only remedy ever pro-

nters rattle. There come. in the obsceneong through. It was unexpected. Suddenly, where only bottle had been used, but ducet.;pleasing to the tasto and acceptable Treated free.H V

and the drunken hiccough, and the almost always, comes the doom of those who the sooner "Mothers' Friend" is begun to the stomach, prompt in .
'witlTitab.
i verlng; lip. and the guffaw of idiotic laugh- despise God and defy the laws of men. How :. and the longer used, the better for the its action and truly beneficial its i in
oj r.bursting from the lips of princes,flushed, was it at the deluge? Do you suppose It mother when the hour arrives. cured maay'thoosand .
' came through a long northeast storm sothat effects from the most cases pronounced 'V'J.IIIi! : C
.1 lellng, bloodshot, while mingling with It prepared only
The Bradfield Regulator Co., of At- hopeless. Fran crde.y.po..snpdIydisappczr.ind V
: ,U I hear, "Huzza, huzza, for great Bel. people for days before were sure It was healthy and agreeable substances it infra days :least t>n>tliirds of all tjmptomstitTfmarrd,
lanta will mail free ?
azzar!" doming? No, I suppose the morning was Ga., to any expect. ROOK of te
", What is that on the plastering of the wall bright; that calmness brooded on the waters; ant mother their little book containing many excellent qualities commend it TEN DAYS T2EATMF1T! FURNISHED fiiEE by mall Bloodworth Shoo Co

'lit a spirit? Is It a phantom? Is it God that beauty sat enthroned on the hill, when valuable information and voluntary testimonials to all and have made it the most DU.U.. .CKEJiS4b<'t.o b.-.JalJatAo.LtJ..ta"Q.. :

b music stops. The goblets fal! trom the< suddenly the heavens burst and the moun- from ladies who have used popular remedy known. Aa Unheard of Offer! .
reless Wasp. .:There is a thrilL There it talus sank like anchors Into the sea' that 'Mothers' Friend" with results.It .
happy This$56.00 Fill Lntfcer Top Graula Vbj.tob23.1
50 wcJ
dashed clear over the Andes and the Himala- Syrup of Figs is for sale in 14 St. :
\start. There is a thousand voiced shriek can be obtained of any prominent Cournm Bcsar with ikalU,ieat A j--

t t horror- Let Daniel be brought In to read< yas.The druggist in the United States.A cent bottles by all leading drug- eeipl warn of Ibr$5.eDOaiU1iolo Brawiwr Spring oo n* : If in

it writing.. He comes in. H roads It, Bed Sea was divided. The Egyptians gists. Any reliable druggist who V Ifdolred. NODeb"eneWle4 vistIng4ATLANTA
e1hed in the ,balance and found wantg. tried: to cross it. There could be no danger. Queer Compound. ['U 1100.A D" cavmnua'
not have it hand will for one yew. If uoctly ureprevented
1I The Israelites had just gone through. Where --- may on pro- ,pay nearect bank

> Moaatrhi'e the Modes, who for two years they had gone, why not the Egyptians? Oh, A German chemist has made the cure it promptly for any one who -- th.bal&1:1.: ..$30. P'c.$33S.
I -d been laying siege to that city, took adntageof.that 1t was such a beautiful walking place! A rtnm WITB OKMB. Datnia1ere4 letter o wishes to it. Do not accept any direct. 8ne dealer'a 5 TtnttSTT Co"taudiomoproflu. you do not find in tie :Manufactures
carousal and came In. ]I pavement of tinged. shells and pearls, and dissovery of a ncw compound body, try .MlCilLdlllill EJ Co. Omo. that
of the .
r the feet of the conquerors on the palace on either side two great walls of water- which is sid to possess the peculiar ubstitute. Building large portion

,Massacre rushes In with a thousand olid. There can ba :no danger. Forward, of under the actionof CO. .
quality solidifying CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP POSITIONSSECURED EXPOSITIONP7ff
J ilngknives.. Death bursts upon thee great host. of the Egyptians! Clap the GOOD
>, and I shut the door of that banquet- cymbals and blow the trumpets ot victory! heat, and to again revert to the SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. TOvi .

g t hall, for I do not want to look. There is After them! We will catch them yet,' and liquid state at a temperature below 32 LOUiSVILLE. HEW YORK.. N..r"-. BY STUDENTS V

thing there but torn banners, and broken they shall be destroyed. But the walls begin degrees Fahrenheit. To this substance

taths the'biood'and the slush of upset tankards, to: tremble!. They rock' They aU! The the name of "crostase" has been given Business Firms, Supplies ill Help HJT .
I murdered I .
women and the rushing waters! The shriek of drowningmen
poked and tumbled carcass of a dead king.r The swimming of the war horses in and it is stated to be obtained by mix- Cold Water Richmond's Commercial College, .

"in that night was Belshazzar. the king vain for the shore! The strewing of the ing equal parts of phenol camphorand Established 1884.
t the pmNa.
Chaldeans slain. great host on the bottom of the sea, or saporine, with the addition of a Send for Catalogne. SAVANNAHGA.r .
[I on to IBlU'lllome lessons
go from all this. the
pitched by angry wave on the beach-a and V
.
..PRE-EIIINEIIT ARTISTIC
a TONE
earn that when God writes anything on battered bruised and loathsome wreck! smaller proportion of the essence of QUAUTT

pe wall man had better read It as It Is. Suddenly destruction came. One half hour trebenthine. It is supposed that up : S3 = Or anyway if you ,think of buying .

niel did not misinterpret or modify the before they could not have believed it. Destroyed write to either -
to the present time no body possesses Hot GriddleTo nd we will show how (alu piano,
dwr1t1ng on the waU It Is all foolish and without remedy. ..I*s a day aboolueiy ran;we fmruisb -

i to expect a minister of the gospel tc ,, I am just setting forth a"fact, which you this remarkable proper of liqaidifying work:the In work the locality and teach where you free you Bniie joa THE JOHN CHURCH Co. ,

eh always things that the people like OJ have noticed as well as L Ananias comes when cold and solidifying when not. make light ml aa your"dd.-and w.will zpUla V
lepeople choose. Young the bl DdS folly' remember we |gui" CHICAGO. NEW YORK CINCINNATI V:
men orasMugton. to the apostle. The apostle says "Did you Certain substances, such as albumen, clear profit ot(3 lor erery cay's
uiee a
what shall I preach tc sell the land for so much?" Ha says "Yes. harden ....rIr; aI.nlnfrly m-: _t. at es'.. :: on
when to heat but
btt to-night? Shall I tell you oM It was a He. Dead. as quick as that! exposed ; Delicious BOUL ASVriCTl'RUO: tOlPA.lt; 1Ie:& IB, IIeUeIIoPARKER'S Waa. THE EVERETT PIANO CO. .

dignity.'of human nature? Shall Sapphira, his wife comes In. "Did you sell once they have attained this condition B05TON

U you of the wonders that our race has the land for so much?" "Yes." It was a they cannot be made to resume the _,uotv'_ I

ompUshed?;. "Oh, no," you say. "Tel) lie and quick as that she was dead! God's liquid state although be BUCKWHEATQAKES. HAIR BALSAM I Ir4 V And you will get valuable information
they
the that may and beaotifle the hair.Promotu I
| message came from God. :J Judgments are those who despise Him *

If there Is any handwriting on the and defy Him. upon They come suddenly. subjected to exceedingly low tempera- Never Palla a laxunant to; Restore giuwth.Orrny WI OMU ft! Ta IaMM.. OTT JnrWac.p& _
it is this lesson You must to its Youthful Color. I F kas 4d4.d
: "Bepentl Accept of Skilled sportsmen do not like to shoot a tures. Hair I isLi' gt..aocintu.z.aaozat'uLiaznHv'sLU -
it and be saved! I might: ask ot bird Cum icalp duinue** hair laUiDg. Fl {I.CIaI.LaP'iVOOI'VWUcLcaaW .
a standing on a sprig near-by. If they are AOe.aDdtl.UUat Drotrtitl ,
t many other things but In the Best London Style. Of Ff111 *.v c.... r.... P.lifa.pay -.* : .
that is the aes skilled, they pride themselves on taking it on course use II,, ..--W..-...-......
and so I declare it. Jesus never tat the wing, and they wait till it starts. Deaths Acquaintance-Got that top coat in ...... a-...$L SJa 1-will rJ-Jt

I those to whom He preached. He said an old sportsman and he loves to take men London, did ? Have it made by a A FIGHTING DEMOCRATPresidential ... UIpIoa.t.E nooo-IIIow".atno.... %lk a1ep.>> 'P">,
dose who you :
did
wrong and who often under te ...
were flying the \8rysuo. He loves to take M4wt1f aloe. d ftw taae *- jil
>in His right: "Ye generation ot vipers. them on the wing. Oh. flee to God this tailor? Year. esi data TIE AlB lUXDMU alA'". ala.WATtS nlerw V V ;:

Whlted sepulchers! How can ye es night! If there be one in this presence who Returned Tourist-Certainly. You THE CHICAGO CHRONICLE the great democratic ......-......bit p..1es. I. '!! V
the damnation ot newspaper of the west dally for one year c.o.l>. Wla ,,'
hell! Sot1npIae 1M -
Paul "
the
has wandered far from -
away Christ. thoughhe didn't I could at ...... ,
suppose buy as ill-fitting S3. No subscription fQr less than one year N.trtlIan. "W-7W8 '--.r.;;
preached before a man who was not may not have heard the call of the gospelfor I thld rate. Sample copies free. THE CHRON .....__..._.tIte '
/to hear him preach. What subject many a year. I invite him now to come a thing as that ready made, did you? I ICLE. 164-166 Washinrton sU Chicago. Ill. a_7oavaaay.aamaancas._ "- V

I he take?- Did he say: "Oh, you area and be saved. Flee from thy sin! Flee to Not In It. .J NIIabIe* will..kxxr..wflTio r r-an ii Uat I maHi M lateraenleraa. I 'V
man a vert. flne man a noble ae CASH WITHORDER .; .. .. ..:.
*, very the stronghold of the gospel! Now Is the accepted ,9.jba.th AuttansUc, E 4 """ "
r No, He preached ot righteousness time. Now is the'day of salvation. Muggins-Let's stop in here and Buckwheat.I .PL.T104tv..Bz H .OLll>,6 Slot WllllTUlClCAlCI.'O / ,.f' V
k man who 3r\S3. ..., C.F.,ar aad t*da. iIi''ZOSBOEU.TE'S
was unrighteous of 3J or 38
tempeto :- Good night my .young friends; may you have some beer and frog's legs. ...wUl."..C.O.D.,1.1O.eI allow u- : I ,
a man who was victim of bad hmva .1_ ..... .
ape mav < .iAlt hv Him Who navAisulmbera No thanks doctor i..tfrf & ARB8 WX,WtortM,M.C.
tes Baggins- ; my
ot the ,
Judgment tn come to a man --
May awake in the morning
was unfit for it So we must always de. strong and well you! But oh, art thou a despiser has warned me against hops.-Phila- 8ad ;

's the message that happens to come to of God Is this thy last night on delphia Record. : The woman te o4y

Daniel must read It as it Is. A minister earth? Shouldst thou be awakened in the Ec\ .

abed before James L of England, vh night by something. thou knowest not what, Year Ut Dependa \) pinned down JllTDSolaool
James VI. of .
i
of Scotland. :
he What subject and there be shadows floating in the room. In a large measure upon your dlKC'tlve capac -,
tab? The king was noted all over and the and ity. In other words If. from stomach weakness will AUGCMTA. GA. / I'
a handwriting on wall feel Pearline
J world< for being unsettled and wavering you your system is not receiving the required to one or two uses of No text b x>k* oa d. Actual bonofcM from say fit ..
that your last hour Is come, and there be a ratmnc. Biuinms pmpvni. ooli(* carr-ney sal -
this Ideas. What did the minister preach fainting at the heart, and a tremor In the amount of nourishment you are stive being disordersthe slowlytaM'ed ;. have to be talked to. Why is she- Koodi u' d. Hand for hadoaM li"iq,tr t,4 eU .:
death. In all dig
ttt .
to this man who was James L ot I to lofu*. Board cheaper than in any Southerzdit' :
Eng. limb, and a catching of the breath then thy standard medicine is Tyner'a Dypep la and
pi hit and James VI. ot Scotland? He too doom would be but an echo of the words of Remedy. Indigestion Is immediately relieved throwing away all the gain REPEATE ( ,.
MARLIN
[ ten James 1., 6: "He that waveretb the text: "In that night was Bslshazzar, the by it, and the worst dj>peptlcs are enthdyand that she from it J :1' .
Land.e a wave of"the sea driven with the king of the Chaldean;!, slain. speedily! cured by its proper use. For help can get I' t

tossed. Hugh Latimer offended : Oh, that my Lord Jesus would now make Bale everywhere. in other ways ? If you
|king by a sermon hit preached, and the Himself so attractive to your souls that Extraordinary. I \
you
IIIlI II.. KaUlnr
,
that
ogie. Hugh"I Latlmer" come and cannot resist Him and if you have never Two acres mulberrien fatten 85 hop Tbes have proved to yourself ,
will If.
tk the said Hugh L tt prayed before or have not prayed since hogs were turned in th* orchard in May and Pearline washes clothes, "!t._ : ,
day was appointed and those when knelt down eating nothing but rair1 ;{
days at there till September
i king's you your kept .:: Hade In 2S.20.'S ,"feT 4-tO t'sflbreLOniy
the chapel was full of lords and dukes mother's knee, then that to-night you might mulberries and were perfectly fat when harden taken for instance, in the easiest, SOlid Top and 8ld -ewCtlnX ""pnv ieeCsis.re.dy.TheMarIin
mighty men and fed little corn to '
I women of the pray, saying: out. They were a All Fire ArmsCo.
ry, for Hugn Latimer to meat and then killed. Two acres of ,,.
was apollgize. the safest you ought j -Catalogue Ir NeW Haven Conn.9ITEK8 .
I began his sermon by saying: Just as 1 am, without one plea mulberry trees 6 -o 8 ft. hiirh cost $30.00-what quickest, way, _

HB er, bethink thee! Thou art"Hneh In the But that Thy blood was shed for me, are 85 fat hogs worth? For best kind, of mulberrIes ; .. to be ready to believe that Pearline is SOLID EXTRACT WITCH HAZEL V

nee ol thins earthly king. who can de- And that Thou bidst me come to Thee, free. Address write for W.new D. Beatie.catalogue:Atlanta.which Ga.Is sent That's the I I CURES PILES=:nor : ;:: ::;: '

y thy body. Bat bethink thee, Hugh O Lamb of God I come! the best for washing and cleaning everything. aampl mailed tfttK.lt. J.J. *TJCCC.n .Tw..O..

Crti of| heave! tihou aul art artn.in th!who pre3enee of the But if you cannot think ol so long a prayer When Yon Come to Realize howgratefulyoufeel. truth anyway. Try it and see. Into every drop of waterthat's A. N. ................. ..... -. .' .. 1
can destroy and pain, ,
13 that. I will give you a shorter prayer that that your corns are gone. no .
. i body and; soul In hell fire." Then work of Hlndercorng. 15c some Pearline. na '
i eu wth he you can say "God be merciful to me, a sinner The to be used for cleansing anything, put

'mm& appalling directness at V the !" Or, if you cannot think of so long a both in my
Cure for Consumption
tether grayer as that. I will give you a still shorter I use Piso's U. \\. PATTERSON -V
Is a san that comes to us ta-n'.gat:; oa!that you may utter "Lord save me or I family and Mich.practice.-Dr.. N'ov. 5.1894. fiunce Cou l,Syrap. Tastes Vie 4
Inkster, -
great diIYereul't tntlnM.
Uetwea the : 8o34 by drugIs's. -
the optjn.0 psrUh! Or"if that be too long a prayer you IOOfiUll @ffi1
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