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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 29, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00381
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: f Trial Began tm JacJuoavtlU Tuesday I. ;.00.,'fl" r.J" ?.' .. J>4..... .\1I M.-:9Ct;: ber day*, :.r'ad-.' .
WEMA.KE I.g .
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=;{rr l#>tpcrf, No. 'c bargo"for examination And Shortly 'After Tfo.n, TtanrwlayA.Large ;.:..../.v:' .Y..1.t't.1.., _." a'Ii -

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t ,r 'CALL ON US FOR.' ANYTHING IN The trial of 'M. M, Driggen for the r 7. .. _...of ghe past, great; ..maf tb-e y'! .
: KING murder of Tax Collector R. T. .1" .

-THEJEWELBY.-T-. began.in the, circuit court iu Jacksonville, Dowllng GOGDF08.EVERYBODYand : .... .wtJre". have 'been: far .: ... ;,,,;:;;;:,,".. .

h; IIN'E Tuesday morning. About.. thirty"wit-' eyeryons: yes it at all times of the' .. ...passed" by' us;' this "eeasom':" S
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fear. MataHi''iJ: vwavs about, and !the ;
summoned from this
powDIR nesses were county '
h. TSD )inly} ? tf'rv:< .d, relief is to'keep the. .... Abundant evident : _
t W.. i i.LIiliGilTI, ,& CO.' by the defense and prosecution and a pre : t>f' ;tnra'f. .
the relatives1 friends liver ,tl'f:. You iri.. t h jp the Liver a bit, .
MOST PERFECT ;MADE number Driggers of and the-murdered- and of in. \:1'1 the test:Itpr! is the Old Friend,S1M- ....1* shown' on. '.very.. rideaad1.

A pun Grip Cream of Tartar Powder. Fnfrona man were ,ONS LIVES REGULATOR, the" RED Z. ; :
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Ammonia Alum attendance upon! he trial. all department a ,oar.io1. 1-<
or*nyot adulterant. .
Kimrod of Lancaster Ohio
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During Tuesday ''tbe' testimony of the .
40 YEAR THB STANDARD.. witnesses for-the prosecution was taken .,ys: "SIMMONS.S LIVER REGULATOR .. ,.icy of the *ljest gtnxl ''.',
: Fever of three *. ,
broke of
and is similar to the recount of the case Maarial .lowest '' ': ,
very .. .. prices"prevails.Strike .. :
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standing me,
vears
HAPPENINGS IN THE CITY. murder published by the TELEGRAPH .. .
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after its ne bottle did} the business.' I shall use -+ .
shortly occurrence.
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Justice E. F. Chase was the first, wit- It when in'nea9, and recommend it" .-: ::. ';-.' ; '

Be sure that you get it Always look for r '- ?'< : :"; _
called and
testified in
local Items Picked Up Here ness substance that ''t ,d'L
he was present during the conversation the RED Z on thp: ckage.. And don't' .x,',-

and There. between Dnggers and Dowling with reference forget the word REGULATOR!. .It.is.SiMMONS t ,
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LIVER.REGULATORand there is Whilethe '
to the latter baring gone on the
bond Ji'hn only one, and every one who takes It Is ; .
of Simpson, whose arrest
: NEW DRESS FOR ALL ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW. sure to benefited.. THE BENEFIT IS _
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Driggers having enticed his f.
Take it also foi r -
ALL IN THE REMEDY. Iron is Hot. r
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eon away home He beard, Driggers .
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Biliousness and Sick Headache; both are {
Matte that Have Occurred or say to Dowling, "I think it is 'd-n t
I 'I Elegantly Made Will Occur in the Near Fu poor business for a county officer to go caused b y a sluggish Liver.4 t i
J.H.Zeilin &Co. Philadelphia. ...Oar: Fall campaign on a' ;
ture-Epftom'e of a Week'sHappenings on a man's bond in a justice court" and .' fl
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", Beautifully Trimmed.r in Starke. heard him make the remark that "a county ---Oran---[. Blo...... --- ... -quick-selling basis.. ,We have '

officer could go on a man's bond; that f
How did ynur turkey digest lie made money that he did not have to .Orange blossoms have been a very .. ..pot prices: where ketnett., .,
'. uncommon sight' in this section of '
r, The city election is ;
,pfainch.Serge 65c to 75c. Buy your shoes from N. J. Jones. that is none of your business." The.wit ter, but a reporter of, the TELEGRAPH -...!. We call :rpeaalatten-, ,
paw and umelled some "sure ,-
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ness next saw Driggers between 3 and 41 -
-4-irich Twilled Flannel 75c. The next holidays Mill brine Santa o'clock: in the afternoon of the .same day. enough" oat's last Tuesday after- .: .. .tion to 'o.r', .. ;,..", ".. .'' ,.

48-inch'Qil'Wool Henrietta 65p.' x Claus. 1. -.:''' '' .> %
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lie wag driving along the road and. a&w. noon.Miss ? .
Jessie the
accomplihedyounger
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New line of capes at Truby, Driggers with his gun. Driggcra stopped of Mr. and Mrs. Line -'. : 'r
daughter of' X
42'inch Mohair, black and colors, 50c. Steruburs & Co.'s. bin and wanted Dowling arrested for E. Strong, drove'down town for the : : 5{

42-inch Brocade Novelties 35c to $0. "bull.dozing." He was told that-no war- _
reporter; with the request from Mm.
Examine our stock of fancy crockery. could be
rant issued unless had
Dowling
.. 38-inch all-wool Tricot 35c. Strong that he visit bar home 'on Dress Goods t.
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LoW price. Morgan Bros.: abused him, and went on his, way. The .
for look
11', Pennsylvania avenue : a at.a ,
witness next saw Dowling en the followIng '
: ''I 42-inch all wdol Henriettas black and colors 40e to BOc A.first-class piano for sale or rent. Ap- real curiosity. Anyone o has visited i '-
) ply to Truby Sternburg & Cu. morning :when he held an inquestover the places where lOA groyea .. ..bought almost, .; m every, la-. : r.r
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:' I .48-inoh Bilk'JzniBh Henrietta $LOO.42'jnch his body.J. stood prior to last winter's freezes ,;. v .

i i silk warp Henrietta $1 to $1.25. A new lino of dress goods at'rrubv D. Gaiuey was then sworn. He and has seen. in place of splendid .....'..stance_ from" 'J:the, inanufao-' :'.: r.

y Sternbnrg & Co.'s. stated that lie saw Driggers on the morning bearing trees nothing but'a mass: :of I ...turer. and, marked at' veinF.: dt"
88-inch ; of July 23, last at his house about 11 young and tender. shoots that will .' ,i '' .
,r : Fancies and Novelties 20c to 25c r Service were held at all the churches o'clock. lIe met him later near Dekle's probably neither bloom riot bear .,. ...petition prices; f .jf

m i Black, blue, brown ,and tan Broadcloth except tbe Baptist last Sunday. mill, between 1.and 2 o'clock the same within the next two years, can'imagine ... .. -\ ; :"i'I ,.
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: 1 x yards wide, $1.00. Furniture and house-keeping goods at afternoon. They went to the mill to the surprise of ,the reporter ,. -. i ,: .c... ..
gether. Witness then Drig when be 'ahown {:," .
Truby :Sternburg &'cpropany'a.Childreas' accompanied was, some orange I InClothing .
\ \ borne. Driggers asked witness. to blossoms and \ .l":: ;
gers ,just as,pretty fragrant :: .
cloaks, a great variety, carry a note to. Dowl ng. The witness 9s though the mercury had never :,i ;:

,-,.' A, full line of Staples at hard-time at Truby, Sternburg & Co.'s. agreed, and was to go first to Dowling's dropped below the 60th 'degree ; ,

house and afterward to the mill. He marS: The blooms were OB little i

tg|;;prices,, and Shoes lower than any- For la grippe use Dr Powell's Feyer found Dowling at the mill. He was out seedling trees tbat cropped out of .

[*'tr't ,where' else.- Cur It "never fails" to cure it. on the pond near the mill, fishing with the ground during last spring, and if and'G8nis l ,' _

Kid Gloves-tbe best make-in popular Thomas J. Dekle, owner of the mill, there had never been a freeze would r G. _

shades, at Truby Sternburg &; Co's. The witness called them and weut still be a curiosity for the reason

'i \ down to the pond to meet them. Ht that it is very uncommon, for orange 7. ,

vlrs. C. A. Roach and little son, of handed the note to Dekle who gave U trees of such- tender age to bloom. ,F llrnishini$ : [ ;
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-L '. .. GROCERIES. Lakeland are visiting relatives here. to Dowling. He said,"tell him all rigb( These were the first ever seen by ,

,f( I will calllo a day or two and make a the reporter. \ : '. ,"
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4L11 )Union Thanksgiving services were are i
Mr. who iain Oil ....
settlvmenl." The witness returned to Strong City, < .

..WOaJl i ''and examine for yourself held at the Baptist church yesterday. Drigger'a store, and told him all that had Pa., will likely be, agreeably surprised .:....}) ::1. .osrtriati f 1
when he arrives to upend the
"* New dress goods-the right kind and occurred in reference to the delivery of '
'f\ .;' > right prices. Truby. Sternburg & Co. the Dot .He seemed to bo very angry Christmas holidays to 'find the air ..__... :.Cau... fit TOO* :''feel vtA one. ... p.pocketboots
about his beautiful home this
and said "He has In city ... ... trouble.
r : got to settle it at Without x.
T. A.: KNIGHT. Captain E. W. Burroughs and daugh once: he has got to come to a settlement, laden with the perfunao oE orange .. :i
blossoms. ..... IB..HATS ba..the lat..s a
ter,. Miss Kate bays returned borne but if he fools with me I'll be d-d if I we ,
:k. During tbe visit Mrs. Strong j
z.-": ,In. _:- '. from Cedar Keys. don't empty my old guu into him.- showed the reporter the collectionof ......sh ape and, colors I at: mucV:
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thea reached behind .
Driggers the
1' The Christian church has called ElderW. the store, and took the and counterin laid shells made by her and daughter, ...:. less, price* ban-&hOl'T.: 'aakedl.I a t-
R /SI 'W''E'AT E. Daugherty to serve as pastor for gun Miss Kit, during a visit some months

,. another year. it on the counter. This was about'two ago to leyVest and Havana. It ....ewhere I for,.the same good; ,

hours before. sunset on the day. of July is one ot the lar est and most varied .
i Rev. W- E. Daugherty of Hampton, 24. collections in Honda, and would .' !",

was a pleasant caller at t.hl' TELEGRAPH T. J. Dekle testified that he was with furnish the lover of curios: a fullda's _. :.. ..The GROCERY DEPART- .

: office Monday.Mr. Dowling fishing in the Dekle mill pond feast. :;,> j'
.. ...MEKT inbeaosteotapUte
when he (Dowling) received the note from -- .

-. and Mrs. W. H. Hoffman were Dnggers from the bands of Gainey. Hotlee fa D.btor... .....ia the covntyu :. s+ .

made happy Thursday' morning by the Later ia. the afternoon he went with Having sold my drug store it is abso- S t ',;: ,

if"T. arrival of a little daughter. Dowling' to Driggers' store. Dowlingtold lutely necessary to close up my business.If :' ., Mtt

No trouble to show goods. Call and Driggers: that he bad come to settle you owe me please make it convenientto ........nrc IJ4'cia1t.i.I.! are::the, ': (. ; t '

see J. M. Alvarez's line of clothing before : the account. Driggers took some time to settle your account at once. -' '.,

; Furnishings Etc. you buy,.he will save you money. I look up the account: and during the lime '. E. L. STEWART, H..D. '
: repeatedly remarked that be did net thiuk Hardware Landfurnliure"H
My stock of goods is not all in, but it Dowling had treated him right, To this We bare the following seasonable goods: e. ;

will not pay you to wait as the very thing NEW RAISINS. -
Dowling; paid very little attention only :

:: STYLES. you wanted may be gone. N. B. Hull. saying that they would settle the account NEW NEW CITRON PRUNES, .*: .

first and the other matter afterward. ;
If dress at .
you want an elegant NEW EVAPORATED APPLES. _
When the account settled, the witness
was
a medium, price buy a. Jamestown Truby. SternburgA Co.DON'T .....Depart nuati.: .Here will t .,
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worsted at Truby, Sternburg & went home with Dowling, who soon af- .you ..

{& PRICES THATWILL Co.'s. terward left the house. u. -.fitld' a wonderful.}' aesertmeat.of _- '
SELL THEM.
; Here the statemept of Mrs. Dowling .. L
' '.., School through, l last READ THIS good and .aotti) '
y.,'. was continued : enters the chain of evidence and shows ---- yen e :
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';11.. .. r. .. .. Saturday in order that the stiidentsDght that her husband} left htime; soon after his . -I-:
:;; '. ... ..to be pleased wHal.Ihe. ,1 bt :
both and Friday arrival Dekle'
-J. : have Thursday with at her request to get r

ae holidays. the week's washing She saw Driggers _._. .pi.. we vriH ght'e"OILIf 01 : ..C:,;-..
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J HATS standing by the road talking with Justice ,,, 1
AND SHOES r ?
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Talbird will the
The society meet at Chase. Her husband passed them and! We have just re- i. "r
Baptist church next Tuesday afternoon. ceived fine stock
Driggen soon afterward turned and a ,
The attendence of all members is urgently Remember :
Of fEYery walked away in. the. direction of his store., of Candies and Gar-
Description. Satisfaction Guaranteed. requested.Mr. .
that being the frame direction that her den Seed. Also a '

V Sidney R. Pons representing the i husband bad gone. She tben walked over fine line of Groceries & I .--. ...W. are. still doing bens
;( .%< Luden $ Bates Music House, of Sayan*I to the house of a near nei hbor. She had .' o
and Tinware.Come .'. ... the old
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been few when she I tan<
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nab was here Tuesday looking alter the only a minutes

_t GROCERIES interests pf his firm. beard the report of a gun and, lookingout and get ---'--- ,fit

saw the mule that her husband bad prices on Middlings .

: Joseph Eckert, the baker and confectioner ridden running down the road. She and-Bran before yon : .3" .f tY
has just received the finest ahew TRU8': l'1..j};:.#
caught the mule and tied it to a fence. .
buy.a ::r
f.t P.tp' ,and, Fancy.. Fresh and Complete Stock, CUM in town, da which he will display She saw blood on the saddle and oa the' ; ;j. .
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'Ij .... mule's shoulder; and repaired with all STEHBpfcCO.
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:J"R", > ,n Irish potato grower. Tuesday.he gave i gers'HI ore- Arriving there she found her "
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:,f. : w S' : i ;rf'/ : 'E'AT r- STARKE, the TELEGRAPH some of the finest epecu..[husband lying on the ground dead. She rL & : '

'I''k.: r .. P FtA, ;pena that we hare Been this season. [Continued on eighth pace.I -OPPOSITE USON'S BOABDIKtJ HOUSE.f ., .
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4 I I : .He'says'the''bonds have" been' Doings. of the.Chiefs.and Heads. of theVarloas 11eader' veRowever 1 2
f; ; : rl.wIlfrom: 11 Prts. t 'D'Armap,;vho delivered an:; ddreBs'iJi' of';lhe gang of,.boy SrreckersJ. .
.L .'.'.Summarized"i . .. ., ;.theJ5tate. .. i sold: .and: :thai]the:c p'l1n1ia.:now Spanish that'wrought: ; hearers up '' "'.Departments.TheT ... --r .-; 'testified that 'Hild .
cbnstrnq.tion. '
: contracts fbr.iti .
.1t: ; / : .' .readT.to'Jd / 'to fever be t. : >?- _. "t -' .r.., nduse";Tuesday; and told/her bo>'.te'-. : >. )
\ .- This toPe (
I 4-- If{ 1i&iivery: important ,Mr.V.'D: ; Carletonvof Arc c1ia'w : : '. boys wrecked the .*
r *X' The'Pentacbla Pilot aesociaHon ihas'tontracted'for'a : ssc la'and.west Florida, as it Will'breiLk' : : magnificent"<< cew, 1;>aU1eship tr Ee'sai&to'o Tt'administtiolih&1"< e
next heard in' a speech,, in. which he( I her that they,turned the : : goliwhich.il
the chain'which TeosacolaJtb Ind'ana has the of the' '
binds 'become property
BteIn.'pilot boat. to referred to the Cuban element of Tampa ; to tha't1e: train :would inn"into.the : is confidently.expec' '
? kj. ,7cost $40,000; t6 be built at the New- : th 9 onopolyofoue.road and ;Unit d States tgdvernment through ,
thelife-blood: of ..the'city'andevery t. lave the of (
as ) fl't' deferringftme
!
.
; :
the doors to a vast.new' tribut dtoh. 5"
open acceptance from' the "contractor*, the
tSSglSisSr- port" 'ards. -- ', industry'in'itHes; \was ,loudljF t. 'fou: boys 'concerned"all.fessed ; t.l least/ihe issue of ''bthatjjnrp'ose. '
" i ik '* *!* .; ;; r'itf $ .< .tary1conntr. ? 'Cramps,' Shipbuilding ?ornpany,' of [ con't '
fe .tD > r .-, applauded and his description of Senator -, : "who' is : :The'foi -
r : :ew*Isi s" s* Brto > < It
: fr Philadelphia.
brTallahaiseehas. '
1 Call' as the man :who, had: for, [ have been !h .leaders.' .The :was sent t..lubteU'ot rO
k f&t > sent'some 2ne ssmples'of his tobacoofvlo Jacksonville: is .beconuingainetro-' twelve years, stood in> his'place in the ;The annual meeting of the Natidnal of ontf otheiithplieates him. :TB.Jr"In "
iS
the Atlanta exposition for exhibit politan' (city-at least so far as expensesare senate 'and 'urged,the -negotiation:: of Civil Service Reform: 'League will beheld levIdec had. revolvers,;whici : ;; i. .

MgKfiSr-f.i) He ;;Las>also" "begma..lupplng .to" the cdticerned"land especially? as regards terms with .u Spain for,the garden spot Washington: December and threw"away' in.'the 'wo'1s'afte', they't tmeni instructions'of: ; .
'Mfftk'liuflfketsf1 !> -" -* '-* -J' ;the size of salaries and the nhm-'
? 13 /Ex-Secretary: the Interior Carl : 1"
: '
of the worldbrought' out long. a1 dloud' wreck_ AUet23d. 1886 eirineject
: 'ber r j- r 7 T .
wM-r of salaried officials.i At T "
a meetingof Schurz, the prtsidentJwiU.deUverJusnnnal : All the had : and
'A .j ,- __ I applause. | youngsters 'eeniedgi; r. p1icesdistinonaligold .
the council
rlSBir : 'Two Morxna Wers, 6 xt, '' 'JUtah city recently the special :Bainon'Riveroc1itor.of' Cuba, .W&l' address' o"n the opening:night, dime:'novels "They ; ; "a : coin.foffice 'xiM _

pil 3i 3 i.Ir'f. .mnd the other from .Ariznd a budget committee presented' its'report.namf.ng'1203,728.99' the last speaker on the list, and his and a. n'1riU'be'given the next I l f weeks', ago, :and. while. there jfor' depositto"be'belbw ::.wbI _:
** the amount'ne
w2ti. street fakir flowing b gpItaid exi : as fervent periods, "er almost, drowned evening. All"municipal associationsand 'chased ''a of revolvers.' They: the

'ryv-.t ; :, <- > hibltlng the antics of a trJ.'mon7 -. e sari to.run the'city government in the applause tbey; evoked. At the affiliated.' organizations have.been. came home out there ins box car'and are harebr modified tit

jFUl; ,key, are newect things in TJsbftuoo. for a year., This is an" enormous increasesone conclusion of :his address two.'telegrams Baked to'.send delegates. --' on the :way. they'planned 'the' '(wreck., : when';rt rj> t* !, ... '.,;

I'.. : I ___ budget 89'.whichwas of 51'per cent-over'$134-Che he ,had handed Mr. Figuerado 'Hi 'am.Hiitiliooek:' .president; of the I' They thought they would, get severs l coins':valuation. 5in prsp''-'-

only were read They were: in: Spanish, Maritime: X3anal, Nicarn I thousand .dollars.from: ,the wounded t their '"
4, .Thetio companies of United States 807. The difference between the h.0 Company :. ; 1 jactuilfirejgn .snchf,.,,
.: .troops that were withdrawn/ from Ft. $69,421.99.. and were received with ah irrepressi-. ens." has submitted his' annual' report passengers' and corpses.. 'They.weak,. to beidelerminedbyf; ; 'f .

HP j Barancas;. g'th8' ,summer, have ble 'onthnrst. enthusiasm..: to' the'secretary'the liit rior,; There .ened after the rails had ben loleue. the .nominal:value \4cen
: -- are no new features contained in it es'eept.thd.'th : :- .WhOnth crash.came grain troyJ found below
&;;{,6 :r :: 'jbee'n returned to the fort and are once Two brothers named Arnold were'drowned > tbf
'f. t:. more at their old:quarters under'command : a' few' days -.at Biscay AT o DELMONICO'S., >Nicaragua:, Canal .Con- heard the cries of,the people they,.ran .weight'en each'Ffe.fAJUr
t ago '
C;$; of Oapt.James Chester,'U. S. A. B ay. ,They had taken a boat and went ruction .Compani:,has been reorganized away through the wo.. "throwing pieces tu J : ; _l
:I'i4-. The New York Chamber of Commerce and is now the Nicaragua! Company. their ran. One' held :
away caaofycnOj
revolnr ,
outside the.inlet to fish and, it is -
l t 1ft:,:: ..H.'.Tucker, I'patient in the state inwne : pose'd,-'were upset ,in. a ..squall.. sup-,The Banquets-Carlisle Speaks. When construction' company 'of_ them lost his hat, but'did:not stop\ tefrOm ',. weight! 'coins,i a .'
1 The New York Chamber of, Commerce failed in 1893'all work suspended, it. The of the hat of suchcoinf
'I : asylum, ..committed suicide by young men, came to the bay country to get finding cua-j bag b p1 :
\\f : ;: {hanging himself/with a bed sheet to a with: their brother-iD-law/Mr. Groom! held its 127th' annual banquet iut now the 'Nicaragua Company' is ed stispicion'td rest on. the boys a'' with'the amount of U.la"in4j'( '

..\, : : joist' Tucker was,from Sanford and of Lexington,:Ky.-qne of the editors Tueadoy night at Dehnonioo's.' The making: active preparations for resum- !they were arrested'. .. values'of?contents; ? : j/J
'
,i r Iwr. ,was.only in the .institution two days. of an industrial journal, ..nd who, last banquet hall was 'decor .t d, with theth the.work under the contract which I John W..Hildret: Theodore. Bibi should preferctohave the'pI]

.; He was. highly connected. \ year, purchased property)'the'bay., stars and stripes and the greatest ; e construction' company had'with bard ,. three. /of are fund to be below the'1esa

i iI I I a''r.... -,;. ;.. 'A:; '.'y. I-. { The elder brother had just graduated t thusiasm prevailed. Aleqander E. Orr, he; maritime i company. young'wreckerswere arraigned bfore' *efght' e turnedto'hithoif'fore

;"" At:'a:recent iI )meeting, of S :.the' ,:-Young! from a law school and.had begun the. president' of the Chamber of Commerce Monroe Doctrine Resolutions. :'the recorder.for:'mUe in .1 returning them/starap eaekj
:! .t! r .' ,L presided,'and around him were : leaders degree;' All of Ube. distinguishing rmai, \
'4 '! r'\ 'Business League of PeuBacola, a practice law., The: other was preparing seated; besides the the : From hi thrown out' by tm pledenotgUt,
t.: :proposition/was read inaugurate a to improve a' place. Both speakers of eveo. f both political parties at the capital, and'a hearing t department letteV (.'.
ning: Hon. Carl. Sours Bear Admiral ; :
it ; 4:.;. ; >steamship line-between that: city;and were brilliant young. men and.:.greatly 32rben \ strong probabilities seem to exist that 3d. The' inquest was', continued ',to ,'Sc.W," .. Actng. "....
Mayor Strong, Hon. Hilary A. November h. None of these wounded -
tt.J : eJ.tra1"Am.erioa"which'propoli; on isno li liked.-' Herbert .Hon. Judson two important joint resolutions will beffered Un'itpcl.StAtes: 'Treasun ..

f uL f&1';: win the.hands,.'ola. committee forimmediate .,r ,_ rat Thomas, .H Buger'BarmonGeno, Commander 0t immediately after the assembling in the wek'are likely. t die., followed this circular with *' .

,. "fl-rJ ;' : .. i: action Mr..E. Dillingham's novelty works of theftfty-fDurth congress. .The to the fub treasury-"officers .
.;> I. : Montgomery Sioard J. N.
tc4n .. ,'. Constable, first will be BIG. CHICAGO. BLAZE.,, banks'and
affirmation from
of the '
:: .. 'and lumber an prin ,
at '
yard Daytona '
>
view -
were
.t ,
.{ : : f H. Webb, Calvin & Brioe, General \ : ot/UuW.
:4 J' ciples'embodied in the"Monroe'
the oin
: .. 'Mr. 1( Christenseni'of Oviedo' Ued'1)y fire which consumed the'millan$1 'fl orace',.Porter J. Edward Bnrned.Out A : I il' nhg.f
4;$; *; says Simmons, Sixteen Firms: Panic "
trine in- and
contents expressing' 'plain. vigorous .
*Sf ?i' '.be has' .a ,'five;acre grove coming on :with much valuable ma John Jacob Astor! and James G. CanGBOVKB ; rency.
: o language the .of the .arowlAvert. made in titarereq1dJS
sympathy ; sums or ,
chinery. Mr. ,
Kfei' nicely. Last winter he all Dillingham's family occupied non. The called '
; :wrapped of meeting was to'order merican with the A fire cused a property loss the? "
J'l'\4'iS'' :} :' his trees''with, ,three and a frame structure adjoining the b President Orr people government ee '; '
; i( ; fonr.thlck. who introduced the of $500,000 ,and imperiled of '
f Venezuela in.i and
P. : ::%' 'nesses of:paper 'and succeeded in save :mill, while awaiting the::building of a Hon. John G. Carlisle,. secretarI'fthe o boundarydiepute, a'thousand the'lve paper,..CreD'fuii; '
with Great Britain. The persons young; will.
H'rT home near. second, a: bal therefqre
; Jug th 'truub from the freeze,,and by. They saved. their treasury, who spoke on "Our Carenoy /> : n, originated at 3
:" household joint resolution,. which's' being prepared 'OlO Tttr department :Except*in '
peeial
: : -v' "believes be will have fruit goods, and some dressed ", -c ) ,
j,!; xV next year. lumber Waare Question. with, much 'care, provides for' day afternoon"on the, thid'.l the _
t ... l ned.' ,Therewas' 1 _
f." The other tOuts J
: to tf8urdepet ue
responded were: Charles Emerich k' Co. and
,
.
.
\" ""'... S insurance and the loss falls heavily the annexation of the Hawaiian islandsto I :eqSr OBJ
: :' .: : <. 'The.Washington county grand jury, upon Mr. .Dillinghaln, but the mill "Our Domestic Commerce, by 'Hon. the United States under, 'a'.territorial down 'g factory,; 175 and' ,18t. posit dIn'OxohanefOr. .paper J'
Julius O. Burrows
,,: .. ./ :in its general.presentment,. ondenxned will be immdiately'rebuilt and business -! ; "National" Development form government. ,,' South Canal Itreet..Chicago.: The the paper .Te bt ha1.lf: _
.
.
) Hon. .. '
andOoppbrtunity, by ',
scenes
l.iWl' *- the new jail bnilding'nd the new wife will go on by shipping into. supC, EmorySmith"The' 'ofNe'W T Philadelphia Bllnt on Full Time. conflagration' .wa .by endeavored ildi te"t' _____
[. : i fence recentlybuilt around it, and recommendedthatthe : City of intense and .aBOTO do.thiair and _
-
'pl lycontrsota. ,
4 .4 i':. .5, I : : ; county.commissioners : S i iI I York," by Mayor Strong,' and The\ treasury dipaniment'wal informed -, 'of firemen narrowly- 'e apedbdng :"I done:; so, 'ji'' yidOnce"thitSj .
,
'' of the withdrawal '
of
"Ethics in Thursday
Politic
I by Rev Dr. M. killed by fire and wallc. "
falling '
'jr1!: Ievyatax; to'build.a.new;jail One : iIi at,New York export Carlisle!has for riSe
o'f the $500,000
W. gold
,
1 "' principal cases tried in Stryker. f. When 'the flames '
):, /; .building and also a.Jnew court house were ; has bOr
ed'b
: ". the United States court Mr. Cleveland Sends to. Europe< 'This'reduces 'the rlgng.mod. .,
."( J:1: \ .at onte. at Pensacola, Regrets. furiously, in spite of. the : .
t, \ -- ., t.f" Judge Swayne; presiding, waS that of I Among the letters of regret. read. treasury gold reserve, to"886.3057.Of ; of, engines'and.- aj j small done, ..tb'exba'nstalltbamhis < _
>. : : : "c'T-4. :;' the' twenty fve' : po'wer ,tomainta1n1tli''ga14OnlaemporyEzpedieaf.:
= : ; 0. ,B. Jenkins: ,. late postmaster at : '.was following: this reserve about $ Ii arm fire brands were ,
tt'.i't-): y., CapUinXl' :: ; Garner,tmanager of Sneads, Jackson county, for embezzle uEucropn: MASSJOK,Washington, gold coin,' against which no gold.certificates ried by.the wind' to :toann--.1 8 ,v.T .i' '. .?_ _

'tb Independent line of steamers, says ment of post office funds.. The amount .J). C., November, 1.-My' Dear Mr. are held., The gold coin holdings factoring buildings ajoini' if: ; .' ._ _

*I."J'. :: ./: that the or&Dge'erop"fn the' Manatee" of shortage"1 claimed is Over $10,700, ,Orr: 'I.am sorry that I feel oliged.to at New York,' because ,of the ,more would have to .as It,is'understood :thatrihiafaevpairtnre. ;

S .J : river onntrywiU amount to 30,000 and this, too,'from an' office that does write it, but you must.let me.-off from recent heavy! exports ,of gold, have many The seven-Btbry ,brict building go. extending .;will;,'not"be''permanen.tjtlooked ;\\ .

"tt: :T boxes this year., ,.The fruit is bringing not pay over ,$250 per. annum. The. t Chamber of Commerce dinner this become' less than' it is .customary' .to I from'175 Canal street south to npon as a. tempoaxyexe4 '

.i:!!:: .from. $2.25te. $2.50 per box. on the claim is made that he issued numerous year. There never was a time 'whenmy have. in subtreasury gold coin" the 'corner oi Jackaostr et :the obtain: The expense't 1 ,,
.. gld.
t WI.. :... /trees: He also says thAt the fruit isof I IY orders,extending over several months admiration for this important business has beenl'Ordered shipped from thePhiladelphia and' H always been! '
nine-story brick building adjoining
: on
'L If : a'"dne flavor and that there will be for $100 each and'entered organization great and I mint to replenish the depleted ,"cnringnew in::' '
: them on his so the north and.the greater'part' '1 thefourstory'brick currency '. _
t]1:;;. S 'lots. of.grape fr shipped, which is of' .returns as$10 each. 'This trial lasted am sure that the recent efforts of its stock of gold coin .on hand' at : building in the same: : demptibnj: and ,in p ayingxp" ,

.. ; ; *'?#" :the. finest kind.' ../... three';days- and closed.by.a'disagreement members,to save'the country from the New .York The mint direction were entirely 'd ltro ed. charces'on the, !return.currncIjgolddepasited !

: "" -- of the:/jury. A1* mistrial was havoo of financial madness ought to be now on full time and has beenfor These : or i.. Unde1. _
occupied
#:3&fcV*$)?\: .:.. Mr. ::! ; : ,: Western Unibn i telegraph' office under would enjoy exceedingly bullion coin. The this .the'west the heret foro' bbVu"A*
: :, 11f 86,000.bond.. 4 a, renewal into coinage IP side of.Canal street between ; charges _
: : .Oaines'ville'and one of the oldest citizens of association with mint be bankO* The ''bi '
;>" my my mont wit unusually and Jackson streets., The'sev xi nnd'L ; rate'paidernment [) ___
W::i of, Gainesville;rcUed the, "other One of 'Orland 'a prominent busi- friends in the chamber at their ban- under its'contritf:
.
: :; "1--:" ,; day of paralysis; He was second chief! ness men.,has been in oorrespendenoe quet board but the trouble is, I can- vY.Internal Revenue. .. Warren nine-story' buildings and were, owiied by, expreBcompanle hqwever:Mi_.______

*l'fi! C J :engineer: of the Confederate warship for same ,time with three successful not attend this year and do the things The annual report of Receipt..the commissioner four-story Springer building, the'oWer'ofthe thn.thort charged,indmdasTipen. _: _

Jl :' .Merrimac! .., and'was.one of;the few: survivors Cuban tobacco men, trying.to get themto required'of me here in the way of official at,,intertal revenue- jusv .made, third, 'saved,' is William J. Wilson.il .;: ,. government ra e in all t'. r:

: ." '. : of that ves' memorable. battle come to Orlando and start. a tobacco duty. Very yours, shows the last The buildings '. : tory st ofthePaclflc.alopelatO ,
..r'//- public receipts during wero amply
f \ with the Monitor. He waibuifed L farm and CLEVELAND." inured for eentssl <3
: cigar factory. One of these fiscal follows In'all sixteen firms were a 81,OO gold andO _
:
:\ .1. '...;.,]}!.rt.1',...... with. -. -Masoniohonors.-- ;. ', It men is inexpert cigar manufacturer, A letter of regret waS also read from From year & $79,862,627; decrease, and.the losses are estimated'bur at $350-, for: paper, ::'Itwil1be. ..the$aim of.

; : >1a. .T d .'. another is a successful grower, and another Governor Levi P..Morton, ,who stated L spiit. $29,704,907; in' 000. The building loss is placed 'at treasuties:supplied with all denomMtidns :, .

., ::. Mr..Norton's'family fD 1 ona was understands. curing the. leaf.' that official engagements: prevented $ ;$1,087,009. Fermented $150,000. ,of c irenoy..sOthaI deposimiy 81
liquors
All him ,, _ _ '
i ": '. quite. s riou ljr. three have promised to visit Orlando from'being president. :they promj
: : I ., \ poisoned! recently,! : ; increase, $223r82.9. income ieeve"wht di6.
.:;" <; using for"greens the leaves of the,wild I whenever a meeting of the businessmen H sn,40.617.tar. $77,139.. Oleomargerine, SOUTH..CAROLINA HOMESTEADS.. ly.-.,... (' rh mi*

"' S '. \ .morning glory,:.which runs. riot on the is'called, to discuss ,the .matter FIVE PEOPLE"KILLED.. $l,4p9,211r/decrease: $314,228. 'Mis- The. Exemption Is $1,000 In Land the cer !'ot",1'the'gold.deposUlitransferred '""'J'

*; { %;.'*' '! seabeach.:: They cooked the leaves,, and tell them what they will agree to -- I, cellaneoup, $551583 ; increase, $398- to Washington. :
f- ,4V" and the whole family, father, mother: 'do if.the business men will give them Death and.' Destruction' Canted. by 554. The' total receipts from all i' .and .$50O, In Personal' Proper. j Treasury.bfficial8; .:'explain ,&*ta

ft' '".: and four:.children came dear .dying the proper inducements. Under certain I' FJames at : : conditions they will start facto A fire 8143.2'6,01 convention at session disK thereof is to within'the termthe j
t; : through_ the;" experiment The effect. a disastrous to life'and prop- of keep ,
L1 I 4 ry for manufacturing cigars and I $,922,37. ,posed ,of.the "homestead contracts with ,th"e express.1rnies
,
:: '- watf stupor, such as laudanum pro- employ city, swept through' the Dry Goods year 3,309 'violations of exemptou.

'...\ '**a 'd eee. Timely aid brought them. bateafely. twenty persons to begin with. and -Woolen.- Exchange ,building :,at the internal revenue law were reported .S matter., which ha been ,.ovr ; ;= Thfr restriction does not i ito app "

,: .... .. .. Chicago Friday morning.' Five fire' by revenue agents; 1,727 stills about a The, exemption' local deposits'.of gold in'a subi ,

rit.$X-S: : The unusual sight'of a United States I. men, in the 'active discharge ,of their were seizedU7is., $1,000 in land and 800' in personal uy'cilyl'wberebjanycixmmay Iw_
: ',.' duties and remove.,87 property,.and after eioff .it,cannot posited and, received for-tW
unmindful
t. ', .' The Friends of Cuba club: ot'Jaok- army officer defending prisoners in I i : totally of danger persons a.nestd. o was'.kied be mortgaged. Three hundred currency' '"***

::; .;;I aonvill ,,are now busily,; engaged in Judge Corbett's court,.at St.,Angus- were carried through a floor and and thre were,wounde. dollars worth of same, ----. :
cSr': .' t. : tine few buried under, tons of wreckage from Commissioner personal property dwea.n'g '
: ,making arrangements for a big celebration a days ago, caused comment. I 'Mier that ithi'rs OF
apparel.is to 'un LABOR
? >* '" '. about ,'].ecember 10. They Lieutenant Eugene T. Wilson,' third L the five floors. above. -Four of the men I the revenues for 'wi aggre. also.exempted. ADJOTZP.41!
LS -
.' ; ..uJ invite distinguished Cuban ei>eake -' artillery' appeared and defended several lie dead, but'the fifth was tfbtseriouely gate.$165. 00, 0. > 'marr section persons on miscegenation which Te.Next Convention to be'' HeLM,

l i::v-:: : to be present, as:well 'as speakers soldiers'. charged with'ftghtiDg and I injured. One girl fell from a window Famous Gaines Case Ended.. was ,also left Rochester,'N.Y.' ;.
over, was.brought up/
", and received .
?& 1r 'this and other states. The being intoxicated. The lieutenant injuries, from which she :
governor got I The famous'Myra Clark Gaines ,The The
t- died. case, convention had practically agreed general assembly of theof iig
A dozen
and other state officials also two discharged, an4 secured leaser other men, women and
E: S are it is believed, was finally ended in the on at, WUhIntO2
,,f.!' 7y : for : girls were hurt or overcome smoke prohibiting marriages where there Lbr. adjourned ,
to be Invited.The; railroads will be charges four others. Judge Cor- by supreme-court of the; United States is more than one-eighth 'negro blood evening to meet 'at Bocbeitrf,:
i and
,
: asked ,to.gin low rates and e'onrsbus bett complimented him. The custom many were rescued from imminent when '
'fiI. death. The Friday, /Justice Fuller an- but another fight was made to prohibitthem N.T.-j., .the first Tuesday.after ti&.
will be arranged from the prinol-: requiring army officers to ever..stan.dread7 L property' loss' isTestimated, nounced that,the appeal of the city of when whatever second"Monday in ,November;
} at
.: ': 1. pal cities. of the state. to defend or prosecute cases in Patrick$400,000. The dead are: New Orleans from the judge of the ed, but'no anY arrived exist The' question of excluding the'181
J. O'1/onnell .
civil courts is seldom in lieutenant of t Jip
put practice, circuit court of the United for .
anese.from1
f' this
(
: country wa
t.IS t. ,:' consequently the of Lieutenant engine company Nol:: .2 ; Thomas J. Stte .
The war against Sunday,liquor selling appearance PreudergaSt the eastern district 'of ,. in TRUNK LINES AGREE. the 'table, it being'hsld 'that.,mil.
John
: in Jacksonville is'now.on in earnest Wilson was novel. 'He) is a pipeman; Downs favor of the United States ex: : rel,'W. (? would not be consistent

-,. S. and recently warrants were issued..for member of the Ohio bar, and learned I pipeman in A. Stern.; .Kate& Co.'s Landgraf employed W.. Whiney, had been ..disxnlu d for I Articles of' Organization a
'the arrest of, eighteen saloon-keepers in military jurisprudence.. Among the garter 'factory. print the record. Myra.Clark and Take Effec 'Approve., in| uDiversel organizations. ,B
i"t'i i 'charges of their saloons injured were:.Daniel' Mc- I Gaines, then Mrs.'W..W. Janul iJ
on 'keeping not
(
None From DuvaLIn Nally, pipeman: ; Olga Keller, leg.and the W. W. Whitney The following statement has beer tqD; ere adopted favoring a .
and
i-- .Sunday, selling liqtfbr. Whitney .j
open ]) constitution
naed so the
arm injured; Nellie Turner fell from"fourth given out at the office of the' Trunk &to take i
: .5 > The warrants were issued by Judge the list of grand and petit jurors, -story window and instituted the. first suit ,for the Lines Association at'New:.York: of'appointment from the 'pre'J "
it
3,; 'Dzialynski of the municipal court, upon of the United States court, ,n session hurt; ; Harry O'Neillarm seriously' recovery of', the. property bequeathed "TheartiOlei"of organization of tho B 801tt on. were also'passe }
affidavit of John, Kavanaugh of Jacksonville. there is not a single broken and her. by, the will of her
back injured John father, joint traffic association have 'beenunanimously lug tbo use of militia in labor .
; :. ', Savannah. who has been quietly work name of a citizen,of Dnval county. ; Bruenbeimer; 'DanielOlrk in circuit* court of and toe circulation trtbe.__
badly .the .: approved by of nation : .
injured by falling from fourth every party,
This is the first time
the saloon such has'
the
up.the.ou88 against a,thing district of
toitditw notes: nd the goveromentcontrol '
.' 'men and'gambling. houses for a month :occurred for years, but. it does not story while assisting girls .to. escape. Louisisnain'1836, ard'fiv later effective s agreed to.mae tem of'odio'catng ;
The 1 .
others 1896.
who .eal January
,
were injured t* ;
: mean that there will be were girls it had hghway' j
from
Nl .. or more. no jurors .the supreme court of "The /, iCSLEnitATKD ,
and rec'ed
: the spectators who saved them, all'be- presidents are now in'execu -c
county at the next term of the the From that date i. ;
court In the ing overcome by smoke, but they soon 1841 ; live session in regard to ,the appoint DEBS'S RELEASZJjarge -
S Jacksonville is getting to be quite making' order for, the -until now, in o
recovered ment of arbitrators.' I' "
'i Chicagoish. Stock-yards are the Utest drawing of the jury Judge. Locke after medical treatment al other, the controversy; n'e'fonoran- : : f
f ;!" enterprise. The-'yards are situated designated the counties from which hospitals or their homes. on the calendar of the court., "The board of managers W doubtlesebeannouncect 'Meeting of Worklngmenla Blrmlnsham '.
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about three miles,west. of the city in the jurors should be selected.. He- All.the dead'and injured -firemen the plaintiff, then a.wi.do ,b I185 : in a very ,days. Alabama.

; what is known as..,Edgewood.' ', A spur omitted Dnval knowing that at every were :members. of Engine"' Company:' both Mr. Whitney,and General survived The committee;on revision b bncontml.d'wUh'p1Fer' Eugene V.,Debt's release from the 2 {

.: ,of the J. T.;& E W.' runs, alongside term of court a number of persons I,. No. 2. Their captain, rLewis Fieene, E.,P. whom subsequently to. arrange Woodstock;IlL,'jail was celebrt itBIrm1gbaw J t

st .the pens. A storage house for whose names are drawn, cannot be 'escaped the awful plunge to deathlonIy Gaile, an original bill in the | to the en-.' Aa Frday, by m

sk .. cottonseed, etc.,. has been brsiLd found,and others are excused. Their by hanging to the wall of the windowon 'supreme court of the' United* grossed agreement, decide on the' do- meeting in,th DaviVi & -.; '

pens constructed and 500 head of cattle places have to be filled by special the second floor until released from States, the city of. New Or- livery of copies of.the 'proper. public under the' auspices of \ j
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:pi; dare 1 now in the ,pens fattening.: venires and they are always selected his perilous, \position. by' firemen on a leans ag' property held by authorities, the press, etc." .ra' Council. Fifteen hundred ;; .

None of the beeves will be slaughtered. .from Duval county. At the last term ladder. J and a decision in her favor i 'EARTHQUAKES women attended the .speak' +

-. until,after Christmas. of'court so many persons'Were excused rendered at the December term, '1867.'was IN. MEXICO.snmclentlysecere.TomiowDown. 'J. B.v MoMullen, president* ofj

that fuUy two-thirds'of the petit jurors M.ANDN.G.BATR.,. The value of the claimed the local American Railway Union, H. '

M'I .. ": There are'several candidates .for the 'were Duval county men. Bid in by the-Representative,of the in 8 1 proper$35,000,000.wasestimated Few AdobUoui.: a B. Stamps., of the mine workers ani."

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<,! ., Eustis poBtmastership made vacant by Construction ..Creditors! Suits eubquent' prosecuted..were Quit sverO earthquake shook vis W. ..Stley. of the plasterers, m. :'

; "the recent ..death of ,?ba& B.' HilL Talking' for Cuba. The Tennessee division of.the' 'Marietta filed purpose of getting possession ; ,i .city.,of Mexico und. ; Numerous adr. : e whch were loudly appJt. $

t/T', candidates' &reW.S. M 0on1ihf Senator Call addressed'the people c f and North Grorgia ,railroad,'106 of' the property Included under water pipes.were > : and J fWD bad mU a'

'! : : Clelland,-A: B. Aber' W.iWoolverton, 'YborOit.y' in the interest of Cuba. He miles, and including the bridge across the supreme c judgment 6f 1867; four, adob houses' in a snb rb5. fell. s

: "," ::. Arthur"Key.and A. Hewitt HilL The spoke briefly and .to the point He the Tennessee river at Knoxville,'was: It,was estimated that ,she recovered The tlr' from east to'west iWbjle"Tre: Claldru'Ratd. oa :'.
shock.wa se'curely,locked in
/''. latteiia a brother of'the deceased and declared that the sympathies of the sold by Special Master H. H. six or seven mimon'dol1ai' worth :in a'f a
Taylor ioguph.at .the plantation of Mr. W. A. An1'nfir' :
S. baa been doing Uiuties of, American all, but she ;
the.obe :people were all with Cuba in Saturday -afternoon B..T. D. Law- derived little personal the national *
l 't V :during hiI brother's,long iliueas..Tde .her heroic struggle for the independence : rerice, 'of Marietta,'Ga,'representing' : benefit therefrom/ it. wan largely Afterward metrolpgica. needle' I'orsylb,.0, !., thee neo.C ":

"':- bondsmen of the late that the men of '76 had won for the construction creditors.. Mr.'La.rence's eaten' npbythe'expenses of maintain g 'a flattened : ren were roasted .. Te he I '

; { examination. of,the offloess fuse. they America'and that the only legitimate; bid was $330,000,a sum largely- ing the litigation. Bbe'died, Janury' \ e sand, its direction elpse'tgJn the children, Georgia Head lOtto .*7

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t it 2te text Ws 1O1IOWIDgItter. ,. reoetTh7DT. straight whenryou ride..I: < la a tragedy,iocmpared' wIth "which'.BhakW* 1ou1dJt; qtIndianme'ponnd22onncarVqusr :Bt.yitua1 danW,Snob-was'common' ex-,; :purea8g a Zdprce1.'y
I Darwin the human race is:'descended soeateV/ Kln ', .Lear"or. Victor Hugo's"JeanTVaIjean" :
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,. f "BeverM 8tr-ToeUYerd l.urse from the monkey,but the bicycle will turn a has'no power.:, >Go"out and '' pcrienoe. .of' :Miss Glendora. Blversj 'daughrar" .,
3t aaswwtoa a letter from, stx.yowurmen ot hundred thousand men of the present generation brighten'.somebody's:life;wIth .a",cheering : h. naoft,11-: uud)a. l"quart; loaf .:ef, .Xr. AiI&B1YeZe! ,of-: :U"By.
.. you to preach a ser in .condition' from' tmoni. word oramtle.or aflower.'Takea sugar .broken rjE pound ;. 1 "
; r T&wE+ 0' requesting physical man good ,wnen tenon. street. ,!Brookl;. The, disease. grew
4 4, ''l'moD:_ ',_jtflo.rto'YoungVJIen.Aw: 'we ..".-Forgood womanhood thank book and read a chapter to that'blind manGo ,*' quart:white sugar;powdered,'1 pound :I. month. nnttt.the, ; .lady's
IhtatUW ia'asMnff TOO to preach a sermon on God that this mede recreation has been 'up that-dark alley and make that In- .worse_every young ;
..-A4ftw fo YouaTomen? rented.- 'TJse;jt..wisely, modestly, ,Chris- valid woman lau hwJth: some good story.: 1.ounce are 1 quart; best rown'ugai., :,entire right side became parafyeed;batnjw JEWELRY CO4
-" .Lzn Hrmnm ZT SIX jTOCJKJ WOXnr.B-' tianly. .No good woman needs to be told. Go to that house from which.that child,.has 1.pound 2:ounces areTquart; ten; eggs; ..thAt marrelous'and permanent.'.has. _

"' d mst Who"took'His jfext.from*a flock of what attire is proper.and.what.behavior. been taken by death and tell the father and. are'1 pound; 16" large tablespoonfuls beea Wrought, It:will be InterssUag' to'::raai 05 WhItahaliStAtiantuOAe: ...

,' ZdIs b1'Jt,overhead;saying, ".' the right. .If anything be doubtful, reject It 'A mother:what an escape.'the child,has,had are "pint; 8 .Iirgetableepoonfulsare 'her own version of the efficacy Of,Dr. 'Will: .Everything in the JerreltT sad. SllT r
tevIofthe fit:;ana from the Hovers the hoydenish boisterous, masculine woman Is from the winter of earth into the springtime of '
I P.1.l'ft1_ TDK/VConsidcr the lilies of the I the detestation of all, and every revolution heaven. PorGod'saakemakesome one happy 1 gill;.'4 ,large tablespoonfuls ,are ::1 .iams'Pink Fills., ,- Line at FactoryPr1iI! : '

: ewl u&from the clucking of a barnyard of the wheel she rides is toward depreciationand for ten minutes if for. no longer time.. ,A, gill (.2 giUs'are..i.pint; 2.pints are 1LIurt '"". more than.a year,"said I.or Miss Rivers,.

: So'w1.sajing.v"As; a hen gathered her. eh.Iakf..nder6er'll' downfall. ,Take care of-your health, 0 young woman bound\on such a mission ; 4 quarts are Igallon;:a'common "doctors'atie&ded me without,effeet1ng.theaUghteS : \
ur.-and'lrom.a .e"StalofJt woman; of your nerves in .not readingnhe what might she not sized *'
picked VP 1>T the roadside saying. "Salt trash which makes up ninety-nine out of 1001 are thousands:of these manufacturers of .tumbler holds i pint; a common change in my condition. :If any-'

?:s1 I "will Riant us a lesslng If,instead novels, or by eating too many cornucopias ot sunshine. They, are"Klng's 'Dan:hters" sized .wine glass holds f gill; i teacup, thing.I grew worse' under their,treatment, ; qigT ;'r'-c_:
4tajatPitfrom the Bible,take for myzth1e1efterfromC1n&nnatLwhIChS confectionery!. Take care'of;four eyes'by whether InsId or outside' that delightful ; lipids's gill; a large.wine glass holds a until February of this year, when. my c ndI'tionbeeamecrlilcal. -. -
only not reading at boon when you ought to be organization., They do more .before gill;' > large tablespoonful is i ,ounce. : .: i'fj71q'r5'k; ;:}! :
Von.bf many Jetters which,I-haft received sleeping.- Take care of. your ears by stopping they are twentyyears of agef than"selfish '
,: Iror ?7ou11g"womeD' to NeW'- York; New them against. the tides of gossip. that women,who,live ninety, and they are so Ornate and ,pie es gf;; bread'should ,'1 had lost the complete;use of my 'arms '
r,Orleans,San Francisco.London, Edinburgh surge through every neighborhood.. happy just because they make others happy.' be kept in' a granite bucket, closely end limbs and speech. I could only Wallow -C tIT :'5.. J. ,.' ? _
bALd the ends ot the earth all implying Health! Only those know. Its value who Compare snob a young women who feels she : '
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that'haviwr some months ,ago preached thei"JM1'mO have lost it' The earth Is girdled with pain has such a mission with .who'lives a r-4 ,
on"AdTiee-Young..Men" I could and a vast proportion of it is the price Jldfor round of vanities, cardoase In hand, callingon Keep fresh' lard in a granite yessel.Keep spoon,when they.could get t_my mouth open. _
.;p' without raejdwtJ of,*tuty; refuse ,tog early recklessness.. I dose this thought people for whom she does not care except "yeast in wood :or granite iron .I wanted to sleep all the time' The stupor X I b :' : _

preach.a sermon oa. ?Advioe toouzigWo- .with the, salutation. in.Macbeth, : for some social advantage and In-' ware. laid in was something like a trance, and no n V?TO .AVOID ;THI3TJjBii: i '
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.:V l f Jt lilh*bore. important that t1 pulpit be : 'And Now health good digestion both wait on appetite' sufferably.bored and trying when to look the young call is after returned Keep 'preserves andj jellies in glass. doubt would have: died U, they' had not' U0. TETTERINE !--

ii ,ieard on this subject at this time when'we.are '.- on, j she Is old, and living a' life insincerity Keep salt in dry: placer.' waked me up at Intervals. 1- (' U, Th.'oii.uaIel.is'aa'Mrl.s
:fiffi ,. ,hiTtnjr;:'such,an 'UllmitaWe:discussion Advice the third: Appreciateyour mother and hollowness and dramatization ham. .Keep vinegar in wood, glass orgranite ""The first week in March'my mother, who gs 'F for th worOtri) ot Xra4 _
f:about,what Is called the new.woman, as while you have her. 'It.is the almost uni- Young woman, live to make others happy' ironware. X is sick nurse was advised by a neighbor r to 'R ? 44
1.1'; *though some new creature' of :"Ood had arrived versal testimony of young women who have and you will be happy. Live for yourself, a .Otowd ttoh, .tf.bape. s4' _
on earth or were about to arrive. One lost mother that they did not realize what and you will be miserable. There never has :Lard for pastry should be used try Dr.;Williams' Pink Pills in my case. She T '!I.. Ptroa Ivj c.po osoak.

': "! theory is that she will be an athlete and box- she was to, them. until after her exit from been an exception to the rule; there never hard; it should be c through; flour.; got some oft he'pills-a'box' from Kdlson's WJ'ua.psp ssOrt.Lr.rrcuL, .ulf; to J.T&.atuptriMwrJScTannali .4IO J'4'!: _
,L *;lng., glove I and football and puKillstt>..encounter'will -. this life. Indeed mother.ls in the appreciation will be an exception. not rubbed., drug store at the corner of Myrtle avenue O*.. fcwon* 101. UIMTB
.' .''- I characterise her. Another of many a young lady a hindrance;; The I.have noticed on many of, the railroads ,.and Hal street;' Before:I .bad taken one-. S _
!, :tteoryis that,'she.\riil superintend,ballot maternal Inspection is.often considered an that the porter will go around and light the !' She Was Girl. half contents of the box a remarkable You will find- itatCHULfl. Q.Tr Jura's,Atlanta.' ,
,t} ,bOiM sit In Congressional hall and.through obstacle..Mother has so many notions about lamps while it is broad day light: and I am Forgot a Chicago change was noticed In my condition. # I
:t ''ImproWd politics.*bring the mUlantum.. by that which Is proper and that which is Im at first surprised, but I. afterward find that : "Gradually ,I .regained the use of my 'V.- _
,>, ";(the nil abe will. extirpate and the good:she proper. .It is astounding how much more we are about to enter a tunnel, and Its dark- :Boston Physician(called to the Ven- i arms and limbs and speech, and by the time C _
,wtU InstalL" Another tJXeOrTMth&, she wlfl4opt many girls 'know at.'eighteen than their ness Is thus Illuminated. Oh, kindle a light dome)"Well, .Miss 'Jaok ni.Parke.'it I thn'pills were gone I was up and:about'the For t IBWtat; ) d to- .. )
, fh mueuUBe attire. antj JDAk:sacred,a mothers at forty-five. With what an elaborate for those who are plunging into financial. or that to.be ill 'houw almost well. 'But my mother thought T ,
TateariantonixpositlTely.'borrlfla.. t Another argument, perhaps spiced with some domestic or spiritual. midnight. may be you are going: it wise to et another box of the pills and -:1. ,C.j ,
! theory tI that she will, be'so lesthedo that temper, the youngling tries to reverse the Advice the fifth: Plan out your life on a but I think it is only,a cold, and that this she did, and here you see me stanit before : :
'g'1il I broom bandleand rolling pin and .coal sonttl9 opinion of the oldlinir. The sprinkle of gray big scale whether you are a farmer's daughter we can drive it out by prompt measures yon with more strength and-:.more ..ambition -
; : f will be,pietorialited with tints from, softy on the maternal forehead Is .rather an indication or a shepherdess among the hills, or the' .(To the, b mbermaid)_Bring than I ever had. _. B1oodorthShoeCoi C j; A.I _
: !f Jlltletl'.or suggestions'.of, 'Eembrandt, and to the recent graduate of the female flattered pet of a drawlntr room filled with "Some of our near neighbors attribute my ,
tDnbael : ; : -, : seminary that the circumstances of to-day or statuary and pictures and bric-a-brac. Stop a pail of hot 'watertight: away, ;for regained body and health to some miraculous .. _
"' .- HeawndcliTer the church,ndtf world- to-night are not fully appreciated. where you are and make a plan for your life Miss Jackson-Farke to eoak her feel or supernatural agency;'but my mother '14.whi.. .. 11. '.-_.< :, ; ..
? 1 from any one of thes styles of new woman! What a wise boarding school that would time. Ypu cannot be satisfied with a life of ; Miss Jaeks n-ParkEM-And, doctor, .and most Intimate friends know that..the __ _, < _
'i Bhewil never come.- I,haYe so much faith be It the mother were the pupils and the frivolity and giggle and.indirection. Trust i father in cure -was effected:by Dr. Williams Fink. :". "S '' '
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1 'in the eTanjccHstlo triumph'and in the pro- daughters teaoher How well the teens the world, and it will cheat you If it does will you' telegraph ,my Pills. i '.. -- a
press ot all things In the right direction that could chaperon the fifties! Then mothersdo not destroy you. The Redoubtable 'was the Chicago and tell him how I am?, "Three weeks from the day I swaUoWedthe S % :' 1'f, ,'I : '
J,. ,r ;J prophesy,'that:style,of'new woman 'will not amount to much anyhow. They are name of an enemy's ship that Lord Nelson Boston Physician-Certainly, cer first dose ot the pills I was as well as- you :
saeTerarriTf.( She would hand over,this in the way and are always asking quetonsabout spared twice from demolition, but that same : In Chicago. :Hm I Certainly. I see me to-day.". : UCCSSIUif >
"'' orldto diabolism, and from being, as she is Dostagennarks of letters, akn ship afterwards sent the ball that killed him, tainly. Dr. Williams, Fink Pilisfor Pale Peopleare ;
'i \ 'tow'.the jnightlart.agency for the..world's "Who is that Mary D.?"and "Where you and the world on which you smile< may aim (To chambermaid)-Bring-, two pailsof I a specific,'for troubles peculiar females Jr.; *

iP 'IIp1J f ,8heW01Jld be 'mightiest forcef'forilsdowntbrusr. lorthataquatanc Flora?'! and "Where at you the deadliest weapon. Be a God's'I, hot water, please.-Somevi1leJ'onr- ,' such as suppressions, irregularities growers ,of ,fruits, berries,. *
1 you ?"' Por mothers woman. This moment make. as, mighty a 'nal. I and au forms of weakness.. 'They build up i
,.,rlni1M1 you vho',the ewwonanwm have suoh'unDreoedented means of knowing change as did a college student of En land. the blood and restore the glow of.health to and .all'kipds, vegetables; ,:

.. ';1M< .It will be;Ihn:pood woman of all the everything-they 1&''t was a bird in the He had neglected his studies, rioting at A St.:Louis plumber has fallen heir ,pale and sallow cheeks., In men they effecta know that the largest yields arul; K
$t('ages put.: Here and here a:,difference of air",that told them A. for. that ,bird in night With. dissipated companions and title of the Earl of radical cure In all cases arising from mental /
4, 'attire, u tbe'tempraryustonv. may comnn.nd.but the air! Will lift his gun and&hoot sleeping in the classroom when he ought to the estate and worry, overwork or excesses of "whatever" best quality are],proauced:by, .
the, lame:rood., honest lovely, it? 'It would take whcJe libraries to to have been l $entnJr. A fellow.student : Antrim.. The estates are worth $80- nature. iA i
.;Christian'all' Influential being that your hold the wisdom which the daughter know came Into his room one morning before the I 000,000but if he has been a plumberany They are manufactured bythe Dr. Will- the :liberal ,use :J ojf fertilizerS .'

f jJ Bother and mine wan. Of that kind of wolonnwai more than.her m ther. "Why young man I am sneaking had arisen from length of time he doesn't need lams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. at' le'st'i! 100of;: '. _
8 ianOSddy who. talking to a have hIs"Why cannot I do that?" And his pillow and said to him: "Palsy you area Y., and are sold by all druggists at. cents containing -, '
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tt "mn who was so much 0'1U1 unbeliever he the question in many a group has been although fool! You are wastingyoar opportunities.' them. 4-- a box or six boxes for 12.50.- ;; 'ih named.his two children' Voltaire and not plainly sated: "What shah we' Do not throw away your life." Paley said: :T .c:
,: |T,Paine,nevertheless him converted, do with the ? They are "I was so struck with what he said that Hay Actual < tah.'- ;
t, WbreakinK.down emotion as ,he saidI BO far behind the tme" Permit In bed until I had formed my plan for life. I 'Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest-U.S.Gov/t Report 'f' : 4' .
: !'Iff her; "I cannot stand you;you talk like me (to suggest that' mother ordered my fire to be always laid over night : ':! : ; :
ray mother."" And: telling the story ot his had given more time to looking after herself I arose at five and read steadily all'day, al- 'With utthe1ibeu'ofjPdt: i .
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. :been:blatant opposers of religion,'they: asked have been a fully up to date a you, In branch of study, and became the senior BakIn'L'V' ash on sandyvsoils,. t is\impbs-\\ *

Jbi'rtocorna and see them also and tell them mul'l,in style of gait,in testhetia tae and wrangler. What an hour that was when a PWAI sible to growfrults; | berries arid _
of Christ;and four of.them were converted; sorts.of information. I. resolution definitely placed changed young / '1 _

.,'. ,and alt the others greatly ohanged, 'and the while you were studying botany and chemistry man from a reckless and time wasting stud- vegetables of a quality that will' ** : _
, leader of,the band, departing.for heaven and embroidery and the new opera she ent to a consecrated man who stopped not 1,1
":d Vshouted: 'Joyful Joyful Joyfull"! If you was studying household econ&mics. But one until all time and all eternity shall be debtorto Powder command the best:prices. '> '
1'oq"any better style of woman than that, day from overwork, sittting up of nights his pen and Influence! t.I pamphletS kdrfntMog circular Ixjeev
I twhere shes The -world cannot, improve with a neighbor' sick child,or a blast of the Young woman, draw out and decide what Ing Our ipecial fertilizers are,but not are practical works,CCIDIaiI. _
;1 'ODtbat.tJ The'new woman may have west wind,.on which pneuonla horsed, you will be and do, God helping. Write It ioK latest research on the. jet of fertilizatioo,aad'. v .fj
11c jWanore'" knowledge because she Will hareJgmprebOoks,7 motherl'sok Yet family think she out In a' plain hand, not like the letters ABSOLVTELI1 PtJIE are really betpt'ol to farmers. They are MQt.&ca far' """ X 'I';
'/ ; .'but J she, 'will have normbre b for she h been sick so which Josephine received from Napoleon In the aakioK.. ___..u.' _. ._ _:_ : j. .Jir'
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f t4cate'u! and,,did' as well lIS'she could a eonsqltatlon .of the dotor and new.is seat of war. Put the plan on the wall of A Cheering;Message. A Useful Garment. in.:visiting. t "i,, : .
. ,twithsnthnrornising -material.' She may gradually broken tat recovery is impossible your room or write it in the opening of a -- C othfer"Were you pleased with the .'
i, ..; i" iiave morenealih than the woman.ot, other ,given in the word!While!there,is' life blank book, or put it where you will be The' star boarder had quarrelled overcoat which'I sold ? ::
'&''!' days.-or the Eswing machine and the there is hope.- while pillow'overwhich compelled often to see it. A thousand with the landlady's daughter, whose you ATLA N.T 1\ .:( .
I M t.tary regnlatioas and',added'Intelligence on are strewn the looks little tinted with questions of your coming life you cannot Customer-Oh, yesj'aU myuboys: _: .
;,K":thf subjects eddie!,ventilation,and exercise now becomes the point around which all settle now, but there is one question ,you steady company he had been. Threeyearold have worn it. I IClothierWen. 'you; do 'not find in ie Manufactures ;;' 'to. it-'

.- ',,: *nd,.cu.from'many forms of.drudgery the family gather, some standing, some can settle independent of man, woman I was in th'pa.rlor when 'the think of that :Buildingthat largelportion; of the -, > : r' _
i mat allow her more,longevity,but she will kneeling, and the pulse beats the lat throb; angel and devil and that is that, you will ba quarrel occurred. She was supposednot ,'
'iM: ':.1 have the.same characteristics which: Gijdt and the bosom trembles with the la'breath God'? woman now, henceforth and forever.- understand Customer-Every pme. after a rain, LXPO8ITiON w&W;
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;: give her In paradise,with the exception of and tbe'qleon is. asked In a whisper by Clasp hands with the Almighty. Pythagoras ,to be enough. the next smaller 'one had to take itPliegende. :" ', _
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:!the nervous shock and moral jolt of the fall all "I she gone?." And all i represented life by the letter Y, because it such things. .Blatter. VOTED'1! '; _
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stepped'she looked np Into the branches Now come the Now the daughter opportunities of cheering Inspiring rescuing Three-year-old looked across the room Streozth ta Mpare. S... ..' ? 'tb
1 1-oftbfrp1t tree.> : reviews her reg of maternal supervision. and saving all the people you can. Makea 'n \ f1. t
: at 'the star,boarder and ,piped, 'out, The majority of people do not possess ? ... *1"
I If--'JJutIau8tbespecifl'V I This letter before For the first-time she realizes, league with the eternities. I seek your adequate of power for the performance of \I "
"' ;:iae wants advioe to'young women;. what I is to have a mothe and what it Is to present and everlasting safety. David ,during a lull in the, general conversa tbeir ordinary labor. They are always In a1ndown" .' i.-' J. "Wi"
|5 Adviee the fret:'Getyoursoul right with lose mother. 'eU me, men and women,' Brewster said that a comet belonging to,our condition and BO fall easily'into ':.:,.'. _
"j | h>d andyou will be In the best; attitude for young and old,'did any of us appreciate how system caled'LexslPs comet is lost, as It i tion"Don't Charlie I 'She' consumption grip, pneumonia fevers and ; ,' '; : f";" 1R
t/ I Teryt&tns;that comas.> New ways of voyagJcgbyseaiiewwKTS much motherwas to,us until she. was gone? ought appeared thlrtA8n- times you care, I kidney diseate. To obtain strength look H-dl-to- .fRE-EflINEIJ1I ARTI3I1C, lONE l2TfLJT.t: .ib *fr
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i ot traveling by land,' Young woman, you will probably never havea and has not appeared at alL Alas, It. Is loves you just the same. -Buffalo Ex'press. stomach. Strength comes from w don't "'. l > > '
grated food alone. Ton'cs and nervines .
t l.{new ways of thrashing the harvest.new ways more disinterested friend than your mot.. not 'only the lost comets .but the lost i gire real permanent strength. 'But Tyner* ,Or anyway-tfythi think buying. ; ;:. .
1f j: iof, printing books and:;the" patent.,qfflce laCnoogh er. Wen she says I unsafe stars, .and what were considered fixed I I Dyspepsia Remedy does. its right use positIvely piano,"write: to eIther. ii, I
i .( to enchant a man who has meohanlfeai anrh it is unsafeor stars. Some of the! most brilliant and I An Anglomanias Insures'perfect digestion., ;For sale "" c '
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I \'Ingenuityand: : knows-.a,good deal of imprudent When she &it is steady souls have disappeared. The world -- everywhere. THE, JOHN CHURCH Co.,:;;" .lfml

'"I I.I..er.s{ and Wheels. -and we'. hardly do any- something you ought to do,.I you had wonders at the charge of the Light Brigade '-"This CHICAGO. NEW VOKK. cINCINNATL/ _
thIng as it used to be done; Invention after better do it' She h seen more of, the immortalized by Tennyson. Only a few of is about the time of the year, FITS"topped tree'by DR. Kum'g'ORKATNKBVK J> f
': ':Inventioninventon; top of. invention. world than you Ds you think she the 600 got back from the charge, under I said Mrs..Watts to her neighbor "that I RESTORES. Vo fits after first dav's use.Marve'.oun .' oea;: :: 'S-' ,, 'W

I .3kt in the matter of getting right with"God could have any mercenary or contemptible Lord Cardigan of the Muscovite gnus, and i the fishing fever strikes my husband. free. Dr.cures.Kline Treatise,931 Arch.Su and$2.00 Philau trial Pa.bottle THE EVERETT,,.PiANO CO.' ; ; t
!th r ;:taB notsbeeii an invention for 6000 motive in what she advises you?' She would all the havoc was done In tweity-flve.minute's I If: he out the of ,BO TON.! ; '. I,. '.: i.
< I'Tyeant Ittson the same line of.repentance give herlife for you i It were called for. Do the charge beginning at ten'minutes can get on banks some Mrs.Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup for children will infbnnato&:: !
jj#that David exercised'about his sins and the you i know. of anyone else who-would "'do past 11 o'clock and closing at thirty-five creek and, catch'two .or three little teething,softens the gums"re(1uceI inflamma. And. you get valuable. 't ,. t'..
j.arne old. style'.of,prayer,that the publicanyuscd mortbanthatofYou? Do .you know,of minutes past 11, and yet nothing left on the mud eats in the course of an afternoon, tiotn,allays.paiocures wind colic.25c.a bottle.' + : y YllWlD4mDl .<
; when,he emphasized'it.by:: an Inward ayon8'who do a much? Again .field but dying and dead ,men, dying, and he "So he is fIlE AEKMOTOB co. 'CIDM bait Qe WIIItft c.If: -
,1j ,,stroke of both.':hands; and the same faith InCbrtstthst'aulpuggestedto and again she has already' dead horses. Bat a smaller proportIon.of perfectly happy." It l More Tha Wonderfulhow .L'G'WIlaI becao.s t&wur R baa n re4ued Li_mwj thSvInlows6 ksae5-, : ;."
,,1i the jailer\ the that life during week enae the men and women who g> Into the battle fond of fishing, then? "Fond of fishing patiently people suffer with corns Get bOllMt aD4 &a coada ., .
.r.i. flight the,penitentiary" broke .down.- Aye, dphher scarlet s., .neve of life come out unwounded. The slaughter ? Why,'that man is a: perfect an-_ comfort by removing them with Hindercoras.A. .JUUI'. door.' 11 ea IWJ4,tanJIII a 5'r ,"'.: f

.I ::that lithe reason I have more confidence Ip. onc brou up the question of has been and will be terrific, and we all need glomaniac." '. N. U.............:.......Fortyeisht9lTimely buns.I.to It inikm!"Pumping IJtaa IDII. '-'i ._ _
rfllt.It\ hai been tried by.mon. 'millions than stay,breathing day and night thecontagion. God and we need Him now and we need Him ;
%. dareto state lest I come tar'ahort .of,the 'The graveyards are flU of mothers all the time. 'And let me say there Is a new di: E = .>'."I-.
;, brilliant facbJ..? .&Iiwho through Christ earn- who died taking care""of their children.Better'appreciate woman, as there is a new man and that lathe -- h. !' t I..'
'$Justly tried to*et right with-Ood are. right your mother before your regenerated woman made such by the Warning. Steel Oa appUca1SoD Ted'Caxun ttwUl aD4 UIM 7s-.- c ,
I land always will.ba,right' That gives the appreciation of her will be no' kindness to ransacking, transforming upbuilding, triumphant utieiM thu ts wUl hInaIiIIa-'. m
.1 .Tonng woman who gets that position superiority her, and the post mortem regrets wi be power of the spirit who is so superior ,iu1lU7 & as 113 UM ncnmi prtea. ;tt al . ._ _
,::5i over..all:vriTalries, all ,jealousies,all more and more of an agony as the pass to all other spirits that He has been The great suc ess of the; chocolate preparations of TaDb aDI1 PulD1I8a1 ail klnds,, IId4 tIIe < .i.'t'i'

I 't misfortunes.; health fallings all'soMaldiaisters on. Big headstones of polished Aberdeen called for ages, the HolY' Spirit Quicker the house of Walter Baker '& Co (established I Fwtwyt ,Utfc.Rl4ftl.,PUlmf*Studs CiksjSi, .'r. :": ,
nd'all the combined troubles of and the best epitaph which the family puttogether' than wheel ever turned on Its axis; quicker 'Ii
.I 'eighty years, it she shall Jlv to be an octo- and compose, and a garland of than fleetest hoof ever struck the pavement: \ in 1780)), has led to the placing .on_ the:market '
UJgenari&D.; It the world falls to appreciate whitest roses from the conservatory a often quicker than zigzag lightning ever droppeadown !ASTHI
her says "Qod loves;me the angels in the attempt to atone for thanks we the sky, the jransoming power I speakof many misleading and unscrupulous imitationsof

:19 'OAAven are In sympathy with me,and I can ought to have uttered In living era and the will revolutionize your entire'nature. their 'labels ,and wrappers. Walter POPHAITS ASTHMA SPECffKuirnnuTn. I ', : ii'
, ,Jt'1 -affrdto be patient until,the day when the kind words that would have. good Then you can start out on a voyage of life, I name, wreuer'It rift .-.. if
I' 1'1 4 Imperial chariot,shall wheel to my door to than all the calla lilies ever piled up on the defying both calm. and cyclone, saying with. Baker &' Co. are the, oldest'and largest manufacturers fO..III.tJoCa1.I. .
'. ij1 ,tel'e me np to my cot &).*' It health silent mounds of the cemeteries.The De&D Alford: ..... "
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,: .: ? :d' cress, lot I am,on thtf:wayto a climate the work of mothers who have raised boys I have Oil board; r I .Chocolates on this continent No chemicals areFusCd .
.u. nist.deatn ol which will make me proof to be great men..and I could tur to my I Above the roaring of the gale -
*i'J! fagijnst evenS the slightest discomfort/f: If bookshelves and find the names ot fifty distinguished I I hear my Lord. IHe in their manufactures. A*' TJnh. >d'of Offwl' _

'I-j. '" ?al-e be Jostled with Derturbations of social men.who h gt mothersCuvler's I II ask for and-be that WJ VN ITikg.srL..1b.p..k.5w ._, ,to
lite,she can say; "Well, when I begin my I moter. mother St. ; holds me when the billows smile; 15 I Consumers should sure cou11rfUI..atte---..-. -- 'i1r -,
.ii 'life among'the thrones of heaven and the Benjamin West's mother.But I shall not fall; '-"j _JJ1I the genuine Walter Baker & Cp.'s goods. # F7 .er Ie. IIvt.r J'ttewk.4.
{ rj; ,Wags and queens unto God shall be my as- who praises mothers for what they do If short 'tis sharp If long 'tis light; they get, '_' _- _....,
" : ,soUatea,1t'wItUnot' make much difference for who make the homes of Aer Hetemperuall. br'II": _.tbsIt. u..uotJy* g'i_ :-,
.w >who on earth forgot me when the invitations lea? I do not know of &instance I WALTER BAKER' & CO., Limited, ..IpISuDt. .pal a.is. ,. ,
; 'to that reception were made out All right I declare to believe tk.kw*.1M1'' .. I
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; Ood'you are all right with everything. the first ha ever o a.J41nd. Ssyds3iw'i COIVbtMim& i
. -c' -.Martin Luther 'writing a letter of condolence been uttered in appreciation of self Cuban Insurgents Fay Tribute to Their lI".lIlIl'n"DCo. 0.- -*. _ivul
ktfMHiE I to one ot} his friends who had lost denial, of the fatigues and 'good sense QEtrS' .. -
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JM'':$ {his"daughter.began by saying, "This is a and pryer'whch., those : mother "nothinglost '
ifcfef'KM!bard 1rOrlUor girls. 'It is for.those( who go thlgh a family Details have been received from Cienfue- ;II
AvS i rare dependent upon their own wits, i and the girls the Zvlte. cradle to the gos, Cuba, regarding the release of the six- aU tUda '
!$$j whIms of the world, and the preferences of schoolhouse door. and from the sohoolhousedooruptothe teen Spanish soldiers who were captured by _
bumantavorjbnt" those.' who take the marriage altar.. That Is an the insurgent in the engagement fought at I Scott's Emulsion makes cod-liver oil taking next If
i "Ii Ztemal God for their portion not later than1I achievement which the eternal God celebrates Tardlo Ojo. {a Agua. In that encounter AUD
I fifteen years of ae, and that is ten years high up in theheTenr though for it sixty-four Spanish soldiers, had made a gallant thing; to> a ,pleasure. You hardly taste it. The stomach 0ola.ool AUUUN'rA.Th of 01xoxrtl3.fvzi.cZ. : ,
4&SI I r*later than It ought to be, will And that om faintest stand against 1200 insurgents. The sol '
bum s clap applause. knows, i1 thin'gabout it-it does not trouble Note book tund. Aetna! from dsp'o
Luther's letter'ot diers commanded Colonel Tails you' .
1h: .whileMartin; condolence My! Myl What a time that mother were by ntaiinai Bei ociJlqe zrv.ay .aJgooth
1tJ :-was true in regard to many, if not mostwith had with those and U she had Major Sanchez, and Captains Navarro and there. You'feel it first in the strength that it brings : u-ed.Baud 8rad abMfMr for thmn hmodiotfvlT la u .!UISt4&city.oM.Iogziu. .
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A, :respect to those who have the wisdom and .relaxed younger advice and solicitation Bib, who were among those captured and ,
."i tt promptitude and'the' ,earnestness to got e heavenly help. that next gene released by Bego, the insurgent leader., The it shows'in the'color of the heek, the rounding of the "
.: Bright: with God I declare that this is a good tion.would,have.landed i the latter was the first to greet the Spanish officers the of the wrinkles.. s qAAYSURE.

T4Td.f0riLi j I, !; ,_ : _:_ '. I I idiot asylum or/- ntentr. prou and'embraclm Colonel Yalle. he said: angles, smoothing I Pnt 5w >h ;'t7 Aanoa thf second Make-it a matter of.j she is living, but nev she Is dead, ;'Beturn.to your comrades, her-. You are It'is'cod-liver oil digested for you, slipping as easily IIIio.U' 3 a day,abooIw.q 8RftJ.tu.-, _
; : religion to takecare of your physical health i that some girls mother an honor to the Spanish Nation, and I am nMnI.w'sedsMeby.ek..
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cal the "me wOl'k III tlla .
-iI i1o'snot.W11der that the Greeks deified .ancestor"or" ." proud to be 'able to boast. of desceniing into the,blood ? ;losing itself there as rain-drops 'lose 4 udu7our.4dn.d o.aMt7 wswUlp y 5vs'
t health'and hailed Hygela as a goddess., I And it you have a grief already, and some from such people." &M twJn: .ws_ ,
&?*ylce th&t there have been so many modes ol the .keenest sorrows .of'a woman's life Then,followed a touching moment,'durIng thems lves'in'the'ocean. ao-.eJ work b.QI17 JUV't'WTft ci' z.t.Ty4.1'I IS _' $ 4

.: [ (:maintaining,and restoring young" wo3rnsnl come early, roll it over,on Christ and you which the:Spaniards and the Cubans What: a satisfactory, gthis is-to"hide the.odious, a.r.iozw. ,''ZIs. .. J.1. .n.ua.-.... '
: health I embraced sash other and bade each other : t
; ) invented Into our time.. They will find Him-more sympathetic than was _
I i taay have been' known a long time back, but Queen Victoria, who, when her children, the farewell,the Cubans shouting as the Span- taste of cod-liver oil, evade the tax on the stomach, _PAKKER'8HAIRfOALSAM -..,
:vtherhav; .been, popularized In our day- princes and princesses, came out of the lards went away: "Adios, vallentes Es- .
: 4yttTatennto) ,' croquet and i golf, and the schoolroom after the morning lesson had panoles." take health surprise. CltfMM :aud'I>eai>tiflM tb* balbnomolM

jSWcycle.It always seemed strange and been given up 1 by their governess and told The Spanish soldiers, nearly all of whom v There is'rio'secret of what it is made of-the fish-fat Net Taila.ataxt4aatpoei.to 3.>ti>n QJMJ _
i,wscrutabl that; our human.race should be1 how her votes had trembled in the morning were wounded, were well cared for while in : -'_ Hair to It* Taothfol Oelotwt '
; alow,of locomotion when creatures of prayer because It. was the anniversary ol her the hands of the insurgents and ate at the taste, is lost, but.nothing is lost but the taste.' _._
l' 1)"..importance have powers of, 'n1oc1ty, mother's death and that:she,had put her same table as Bego. The action of the Cubans '
; wkIc;of bird ,or foot of ntelope leaving head down on the desk and sobbed has caused great good,feeling toward Perhaps your druggist has 'a substitute for Scctt's Emulsion.:

'W"larbehind: and .while' it seems so Im- "Mother! Mother> the queen went in them. Isn't standard_ all dt&ers"try to equal lie best for.you to buy?
". grtaat that we be in many places in a short and : said: to the governess: ."My poor "
.we were weighed down with Incapaci-I child! I am sorry the children'disturbedyou Great Britain Getting.Ready. 50 cenU and $.00 AU Druggists P'

-land most'men it they run a.mile arefflmttsted i this morning.' I will hear their lessons Miners from Alaska say Canadian military ,: SCOTT & BOWNE.
or dead from"the exhaustion. It to-day, and to show you that I have not,forgotten police are building fortifications on the York .. 4L.
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lJ'iijR .t ifiiT 1_: *ground.tbemllky:, >: l F '. ..:and!! paced/on) the. 'ma"rketit -i 'much ; AnSiSQWhat ; : 1. pERfO :" rt- ... .. j.pDS.,. ..' "iti' _:;.. : :ri.'-;. .t.1i',,

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,. 'S&kiLi.'r.i :t 'act Florida .' '.::;. '' 'I '-".-- 'J'l
Byrupjs.: practrcally'nntiown
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3 1 1 "'.... eo"R"ii ,Frdijt.\ ttie'poutoes are ripe and fcboujld'bedug ki in the bern'markeu and i?'the difference betweenaal1pskii,4uU : .t H s iAN frtibJUf' ,

Jttfr tl EJ -. .,! NTr, i\A. 'and. !' banked.:, If the. 'test Js isideand .:r .jJ'Pted : by the better- plass, ofjn :' : eycs',. :fad '.: : 'JL I,,t,"... ,' ::M,''.a wWI. '1. -,. .,, :- j.A, 2'.,;. ..
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: ; m tjexiner ia gaMed by cnRtOJD I'M the state of its cEeeks,and a fuiidy complex ; ST/illKr. ;. .I-.,..::.",,..1. "
: :B.J. FARR. produc'i ,
8..MA1fr4I and cheeks? .- _, t
ti rn( l'hn this bright.eyes rosy L
i its results, L,will-guarantee! that not reao'. Pi' ) ", 1' .. ,. '
I ) r'b 't'' .
JA J _
' trq; i k:nown to aJJ J Sphere -- .
'CI practical farmers. are 2) answers: ? "
will
111?: :&, # .*. '-.* <(." :-1--- ', ., ,a single potato rot.. Honda syrup,. as ominonjy hauled : 'Offlc-fFiB. : s'rz -pavatipj- :.

--stto- : I the di&ereace lathe c. I" .... ..
mm .sv f of. = 1ST AKSWE2: 'A --- .
: i ,fl!' 1f'." ." ...,'!.-. ......_....:}. ..." ... ..., '.9." W ITUFLORLDA, EDITORS.A d 'will hotVeepJ; (e'rm J1ta iQn world.,pueit ugl&css. the- other, .D15eaus. "0' Wojn w:aJld 'g 1uu. i '

1 J.t' FIxXoaUls... .,.,... ..i......;/,.;...-...........* -.80 soon nets in and its delicate flavors beauty.: Tlmty Yearalt... ".
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4b4..xotI1z" ," :,.,..;.,.'..--1.' .' .23 Florida' 'Neeeesifl.. i replaced by oim "that .doles* ,not .25 bDAmiWEa cenu will :1re'Othree 25 MB?*diff nee.weeks Vat STARKR' ; ,iq. :

i.: "-," i' I' : :. From'the Jacksonjjlto Jflffop t L] 'ominend itself lo the educated treatment (two different medicines) 1's:

x: t i. t k tt'. The farmers of. South which will cored yjjr disordered liver t;.. l.., t
J ihei at ,. 'The Georgia.. legWature! is von- pal banifth All poisonous bile,purify your ,1.:

Is.; f.t: -r. ". :- ,- ', idenng'a bill ewtablinh. a reformatory Georgia, )however) long since! hit! blood uervc9.and,stimulate mate appetitetone a new:Creature up the p! .' .. t ,I 4rryAND CODNSELLOESTARKJ -"/
LAW :
)It'" f'i *? '. .for' juvenile criminals.Florida1 ipon a mean ,. /nvtTcorniflg ihwlifh'ciiUy you, 'For- Wire fC ts/r6cratches, :'i -

.' .br.". .1.......".i 01'.7:. ... grk.NoV.29, ._ .. 1895..._ badly:needs snch an inrtitutiori. (l and by ,hermetically sealng This is.a famous remedy,. and ; Saddle and pub Cottar Galls,'Cracked Heel . --.M*, ,-r ,F4 '

".1.1' .": .' '.- .' I RighV:. Iiere''in. Jacksonville their yrup in small packageshey while perfectly Harmless it never Burns:, Old Sores, Cuts, Boils,'Brakes; -_-Rixgn No.-1. Joot..:,Block'Tii' ; ?t.l-.
have: ct l t have 8I1cc'et'ded.. in establishing ;* and'all kinds pf iI1f1;matlon oa J. FI U)3) .: r
f : A JcoxyiLLz: monthly impressive! pbj/ fails;, Itis made pf the .i'zfi. ': L
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papffihl pprestr .
'i and lucrative market ul beast. Cures Itch atjd Jlanjje.a 1 J. ;: 'w-z- ,r- .
e : l lessons which tMch the necessity permanent : or ; b .
thatf'f preparations.
t! ; 'fnentlydepiof &r $ for their The little MT anal Ua s?! HRICtr'-i.-\SON"tk .J L'AsTk'g.st
qf *oirj 'place for bad children be- product. town Ramon'sTonic ,'rt Cut a Bin vtt w. .? ,
: atjn i thewould repnb1icaniP/in of Cairo in Ask;: your druggist for h&ibej&T,1il. forAUCT '
southwest Georgia, ? h' o.,t sai
aide prison and j jails. In :
I II Liver it
camps Pills. Two medicines Be prepared for acddwts by keeping yotf. .to'. '
STARK :
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4\ .: ; rilla ,get far ni !- annually handles something like home stable. AIIDrU9iJistueil lies aguataate ,, .
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barrels of all arid two,boxes for oidy'one price.A Na Cora,No Pa,. Price n cts;ADd $ ;,. If yo,.. t'f. ,'1.
i :I tying! jfte-,4rinocracy. WeL1ur, e Til Kind f Ba.,For fjorernor. 10,000 syrup, nearly sure for Constipation and Druggist does net keep It lend us a{ ct.. In p-ii

1, ': 'that no one.prill question i tbe>-*Vuthfulness -, From.the Or en.Cove SpringThe .] of which is put up in beer bottle, Biliou cure age ctamps. and we will scad it to yog by nail. w r4ipj.
ness. tth.i84.
; ; which selJ &t a price that gives the FaITeon.J*".
f The Spring does not pretend to J tnI'll ban 1Itee1 P.t.r'. AaU..S 11..1111' or-
of statement.
.the. product a market of about -75' cents all dealar,or mail for 2Se..6 boxes$1.OO. for lUruui slid Saddle G lli.8eratch na fttrb W lr Cu t t ONEEKfOltp : .fOR'. -
made the be at all posted as to the slates, if BROWN: ttPG. CO.. New York.For ., with p rfect iattifactlO@and X heartily ,< romoii *.s':. TELBflRAPH: substantially a gallon. U LC1'Vl uel Seock..D. -
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: have been made for the t 4 F8 bc. ( If
coming c. B.IV4iL Llm'1 UNTyt ilarLcJ
r any ? % ,
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: i :;: aeveral Florida _
list
: same statement rflonthn ago brought
campaignbut it is going on syrup year ,Sale by J. 1+ ASIANS BABY BURNED. .1
Jtl: .. .s8J1d o ooe has yet refute4 it. record a favoring the man forgov- from 30 to 50 cents a gallon in barrels r ittoi'tti Otn/tIGDeII.-J u.aJ a 011.a'yliMted.17 baby to.Wat ipeal btzTDe-4 a word&tar fe"'Jd"fh Pert.. > : < *_ :!{..4ff

it! j and the market for. it was limited Tobacco llO,1100 'trying at olher geme4ic'I spiied 7oirfl" ?
,It '' ernor who has a straight, ,never-wa Dou't Spit mil tlc nt ppUcatioa gave relld.a'l In & fe-q iay' (h. svL: t
''. : of i at that. The margin wrll. I tltm nwU the oil or. my.roc:ale fat fn.->
i' :. UKDEB advice AttorneyGeneral clearlyone an wa .
record for the dern- _
: : vering fealty to ; Or smoke your life away is the truthful, I|J the btit reaeUr torthtt purpose that t kjve*jyrjwc 1 -

t:', .i,":<\ 'Wi B., J/ mar proceedings ocratic party. He should' be a man worth considering jn these bard startling title of a bonk about No-To-Bac.. I' \.,Tnn.- Jaastrr Yonr 28.18M, C.'A.lai\yTi.' 'FTDII't4l', :;,

;.i; :' //against i : *i)0" 'normJJ) and manual pf parts, bt large and favorable' b imes, and there is money in the the harmless guaranteed' Tobacco habit aut'I".itt'r.s't %T -- ;I.IFE1 ,:"

p f'i: (:: .. ,.: Draining scliool, located at Orange acquaintance with state, and affaire.thoroughly Let the familiar ,1m 3U8ine market* for thlt the. best man grade who ,of puts Flor-on cure that braces up nicotlnized. nerves 'PARIS.,'MEDICINE. B7. IXJinS CO.., If, .'.:" :rc'; ,AfCIUJ-. ;. '

eliminates the'nicotine makes '
,:. > :, "-'Park,/or teaching white and col- party ,ant wisely and well in the I da cane syrup, put up in ittractive weaU men gain strength vigor poisqn and man- For Sale by all Dnigcrlst: ouIZ. .tb". ..& I "r'.t\t"

: : .ored students in the. .eam rooms. I matter making a selection not packages of from one to four /juartx. _. --. P d .1.' ..: Mfres.. 4... ...
qf
hood. financial
< You run no physical or
-, '" .and. ,caf*es fill probably be de only for the office of governor, but Prepared in this way, it is as palatablest risk, as NorTo-IJac is sold by J. L..Gas. ,.t 1L ft, PAS&-CO.. .::Stare t f fi----:
] the of 1
end the as it
? fefffti until tlie of the i in all the state offices.A year was kins under '
f. "meeting next guarantee to cure or money
''. in State at the first, audi its unquestionable refunded. Bonk I'rt. AthiressSterling Known 14AN1 ; 'st"RYY: Li:

Oli J );:T gtandjnry Clay county Source It Much Beyenp.e. superiority to the glucose compounds Remedy Co., New Yorji or Chicago.- .' Everywhere. -? ',

: ;: -: .Saperinteft ent. Sheats ,favors. pro. commonly in use should For J. L. Gagkins. # : '
:' \I' Sjdeliy Sold (; }
t" ... : From the Muf i> Clarion.] Everywhere.Grown' oTer9Int 'Ield! lye .t :
f:. .;. jceediogs at ,once, but be faa* no open up a new and inexhaustiblesource Everywhere. ,n ..ocailng 8. o.
The turpentine situation in Flor. of Acts at once never fails, One Minute "
for the
reyen.ue
state. '
i funds"from which to draw for this ';
I ida ifl much attention
attracting asthma and
Cure.
Cough remedy for ,
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UBEp$ ;
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Drainage id 1 91'l.uuJf
;w. ,: and unless the from all who interested ; rIgaUoi t4.Jt
local an- in naval
purpose, are Four Big Successes. that feverish condition which: accompanies Land all GaMeiing.. blaughLIzfg. ."'''rJ

::f : jLhorjiied or' citizens take steps 'to stores, and j justly so, for within the H severe cold. The only harmless 'Ferr,'. He l Anniuil far 1S93. ,btrumeni*. Accurate,wor| "- _
Having the needed merit to more than In val Ufcble all and lovers A t. H. 10',.LAciRoki. '
to t.
t; ., .. .b.a"et: e parties;i arret4 for viola past twelve months North Carolina, make good nil the advertising claimed for remedy) that produces immediate r<$ulls.Siarke of Fine Vegetables planters and Beautiful t. tlw.Jj.,.:llt;
and have witnessed Flowera. .
Georgia Alabama Write for It-Free. ,
r ." lion of the :ptate law, the whole them the following four remedies have Drug Co.. 1>.). VERRY& CO.* .- ; '':
an exodus of turpentine operators ----------------------- Dftrvlt, Mleb. OcIIPIEI.l..rLrh. ,

If." ;: r tnatter will,have to.wait and cow to this new scene nf activity. reached a phenomenal sale: Dr. King's OFFICE op .t. 8. ROSAMOKD .-.- 7: -_. ; __ .;. ,'; ___:; .__ :'

:: .". 4ip. in :}b.e i regular channel of all I The reason for this vement is'not Nor Discovery for consumption, coughs DUU.\ T. MlS : B 1Lro oJG 7. f.14 tj

hard to find although the ,of and colds, each bottle guaranteed.Elec- MESSRS. LIFTMAN BROS.. Savuoaah, Oa.OESfLEVEN ''
a1 price
;: .crjm. offenses. iric Meets Thill'll/Jay nIhj h for I.t third SYli. ". "
Er '\0' spirits has never been Lower than it I Bitters.Stomach, the and great remedy for the' :;-While in San Antonio, Ineachznuth. W3LY.MALfli7 w'. j
Liver Kidneys. Buckler -
,. AN exchange says, it pays to keep ib now. The visible supply of tim Arnica Salve (he best in the world, and Tex, l;st spring I saw your advertisement LEGAL NOTICES. ---- ): .

I, :c .; .on the right side of newspaper men ber capable of being "turpentined"in p Dr. .:ing's New Life Pjjjs. which urw a I of P P. P. (Prickly Asr.. Poke .t" jyiAYoijQE. KO.:' f. P.,.p.'r. ,t-: -

'.! ..jEvery treasures i in other states has been rapidly de perfect pill. All these remedies are guaranteed Root and Potassium) in the paper for hIt Notice.In Regular' Meiting every Hay 81&., J ( _

: newspaper up creasing,'apd:nothing remained for lo do just what is claimed f .r ihpm cure of rheumatism find thought! I would haiL .Trangwut. broth*r cordlalryTARKB kivite.l. .' 'i_ _. _
1; jts memory the names of its friends ant the dealer whose name is attached .T' & It JQBiB.-.:. 0.. 'it:
; the operator but to ?o out of the herewith will be glad to tell you more of r try a botlKfindingA; such VIt.ut'relit: Cjrcuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida w. N.111\4',8es. .

: ; .. ,and like-wise its < enemip It never business or ia'move into new territory t them For sale by dtarke Drug lumpany.x fmni! it. on my return honut. I had my Bradford County, ._ : I : :..

ii'" overlooks: opportunity to assist The ')latisr appears" to be the Starke, and J. 11. King. Lake dr'uggitit: Mr. John McCleDan' to order C. J. HUS3ANDIys. S : LOE NO. 84, J. OF P. _
j I Ihink .
me n .supply.Aft.r taking ten VI
Butler Fla.
:*.- ,' the former, but never goes out of oourxe that has been taken, and 1 lx illlcs I 1 Imye not had 1plli.1I or ache 1. B. BOYD ( Meets e/ctjy'niur.' daTTfnioK at'QOti'
In Odd FrUo'" Hall. J T. \t rK ,
t. ." 'ibewaytoaid the latter. Human Florida will reap the benefit from it. Tim MIICC; prt-yjoiis to that I suffered forgo KQTIGE TO .PPEAR.THE a MATTMIW*. K. K. 8 V .1JaB..L ';,j- _
: healing of DeWitl'sWitch
properties
years. and kundd% not gel the leui-l, benefit
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,, :,'. .nature is the. same everywhere.jPeoplewLfl It Will not Cant a api". Hazel Salve tire well known. II uni'(l I trjcd P P. P.. and therefore take STATE OF FLORIDATo -CJfUitCH- .--, 1.
L. B. IRECTOUY.
: j. 'sUojjr'a pewspaper man From the Leesfourg cures eczema, skin affections und is simply pleasure in recommending it lo JiJl.t Boyd-Oreetinj::. !:_ _..
ti Commercial .
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Yours truly. J. S. ROSAOND. having been shown by affidavit that the de! -
1.J' ". 'kindness ,never make a better investment We differ with' those who think: a p rfcct remedy for piles.\ Stark, --. --- IT fendan's L. B. Boyd. js a non-resident of the i MUJlODIn" ',.
v
; State of Florida and that
the residence of a.iid
", tbe silver convention DrugCo. __ Services e.*cry Sunday at 11 oclc. ., ,.
:. ,'or one tbat more'surely or conference defendant is unknown.and that said defendaot '
'. is over the age ft'twenty-one years; 7:30 p m. Sunday scboo 'at P.3Ooctcek:X 1Ii. !
: \ repays &em an hundredfold sooner which was' held Jacksonville yesterday Jhff shortest and surest way tq hive It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged Prayer meeltirjj Wtdaetday/eTMiip ii .|'!3.
: will split that the said defendant, j. B. Boyd, do _
$) 't_ ,br later. As has been truly said: the DernQcr tic with honor in.111u wory j? In be in reality .nppear to th complainant's. bill of comuUiat o'clock., The .acram jt of the Lord'c 8nppq .
."- party ip: Florida. The silver fol- what we would tnbe. herein on or before will be atoinisu-red! on the first Snaday of k
appear
r I ; There occastonly ..comes a time. in month at tlja- close
of the
: lowing Jnot large enough to do THE 6TH DAY OF JANUARY A. D 196. moniij" aervIo.,4.-. .
}v. the life of man when word I IL thai did it.: Rer.M. 11.Out land, pastor. _
desire _
? every a.; no nd the majority Say why dou't you try De Witt's. Little in default whcrrof a decree pro confpsso jvfll be -'
iiaid of Democrats adhere the tntered agninat the said L. .. Bdjrd*. FRJCIBTTIKUV. ._
either makes
t ; by a newspaper to Early Risers? Tlij e little pills cure Jt is fuither order-pi! that this notice be published ,
... sound principles and in.the Bradford '( T Berviwi e ery sunday at 10:30 .'etock a. w,'J'_ _
money policyof. l headache and 'nty lejrraph. a
;. #' xxr .unmakes r the 'individual mention indigestion cunlltip l\tilln. newspaper published at Starke, in Bradford and 7 p. n*., Sunday school 9 a..m. .

.;. Ad." The man who 838the .doe g their rarty. some extreme advocates They're smal l! but do the wurk. Starke county, Florida, once each week (or eight consecutive Endeavor Jwjetinr at.J o'clock p. .. JK

of silver may split off if Drug Co.Another. weeks. meetIng '. day evetdbs at 7:.
o'floakjiRev. l'
.$,. pot care what tb ofI4m .s In witness whereof I have hereunto set my .
$ papers ,say fail in thcir S. C. Farts,
they endeavors pastor.
,. to com hand uud affixed too seat! c f our Circuit Courton :,k"BAPrI8'I'r _
; : Jacks truthfulness or intelligence. mit the party 10 free silver! btjt London newspaper man has this the .th day of October, A. l) IKO--. :
1h : 4 ; lL. S. W. T. \VEEK. Clert. .
or
':. .. such an unu-ina and undesirable} been elevated to Hie peerage. 'We" ByJ. 11'!:. FUTCH, 1'. ('. Serricea, ptr th.:;first and third,fiHtx}*;* o* ;!
.
'" "- _- course would pot pplji, the party seem to be in luck 11 Eugland.-Philadelphia RHODES & WILLS, Compl'ts Solot'R. 1J11 each monj i at 10'S&o'clock a. m. ar>d7KM p.;IDol _

; '. ''T.HQSE Florida democrats who :. However }jf by mischance it should, Inquirer.A Sunday ochool at,':15 a. m. Prayer 1Dwn.; _

; -threatening to' qui their party and the question of national finance Masters Sale. Corr Wednesday,-pastor.! evenings at 'lo.cd.. ) .: ..1r1'41. ,10: _

; : .if.it.{foes not' 'eiribody "iii its plat Khould, become an important factor Q. K: tlcy of Magic, PH., wiites' : Virtue of a decree'of foreclosure J''x.l1ered KPIHCOML. 0:' ',
rr
in the stale politics, then the party j\: f H.-l it a duty of mjac to inform you By by the Circuit Court of Bradford coui.tr. ,l'I L?
t : :tor.mh !r.jD9iyldual\iews on (he Seri OD th"IIeCODd and fourth gabbatt.s.A( H e-
in Florida like the in Kentucky and the public that DeWill's Vatc Haze I'loriJ in chaucerr in favor of Helen Jotieph-- %
party I Krs J.P.&ett Sue Par>oiis acaiust.Volnev J. Shipmau I.will each month at!:45 o'clock p w. Fabbatti ICh o i. 3
well O.ssrrrtomieEaai.
n.cjalfquest w.iJl.do ,
) on J.o will be the cured Ben to the hislifSt bidder for cash, befor '
i.n 8np. But aalye me of a very bad case of the at: o'ciock p. in. erer Sabbath. .e 1' T. F. M
vile of tho editor .
of The
thol
Graphic ad-
court house dpor in Starke, in tuiid
county. ou
za4i reflect the 9t8updny
upon following we do not expect such a palaruity eczema. It also cured my hoy of H running ing local paper of Miami county writes Holaian, rfCtor-

f; extract from 'j j interview' with) to befall us. sore on his leg. Starke Drug Co. "I was troubled With heart disease MO pAY. TIn 6th DAY OF JANUARY, 1506, aal'rSTlic.. .. .,,, ,,
)0.
the following lands in Bradford Florida
!I {: 'f'' jSenitor :Vest of lissonri. : .rThexm -S for six years severe palpitations shortness to wit: The west half of the west county.half of the .School! >f' MUdaT i at 10 a.i m. | .

; TIn Wot UaUe Tobacco.Frm The United Slates receives 92.53 pergtnL of breath, together with such e*- northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of Preachii-ff erery'thlrd Sn.iajatil a. m.and 7 \
{J"I! ority of.the party must govern of Cuba's and I tremo nervousness that at times I would section twenty four-ot township five, south o't p.m.and 'on"Hnturdar ntjtht before. Prayir-
the Gainesville Bun.] sugar crop Spain re. two ea-t,
range twenty C'T.taining ten
walk the floor all acres
: .-.J' ,. h'e..nation" ,;3nd state. lam< a. silver, ]i: The in various of ceivi-8 only 3.41 per cent. To which : consulted the best nearly medical talent.night. Wo known northwist as the Todd land the; the uorthrfat north half of the meeting.DarJr'"rty.Wednesday eveniopi. at 1 p. m.HamT 1D;
papers parts quarter .of quarter of P"ct'r.-
; : 4' jtnan tnd have always been one, but this state, notably in South Florida country; should that i island belong? I They aid there teas no:telpforme\ section twenty three in township five south r
,
-S : that I had organic disease, of the heart for range twentytwo'eMe containing' heveiitetu
: jiteraare. other'ISS e besides silver are urging the farmers to raise to acres: also that portion of the northeast quarter I
'
rf Sore Throat. Any ordinary case which there was no remedy. I had read of the northeast quarter of section t
went-r
: ". maybe
bacco.
*ipoo which ;aty a .democrat. I That the production of tobacco your advertisement in The Graphic and three ihelievjp in tbe doctrine of Jefferson in Florida could be made cured in one night by applying Chamberlain's year ago,as a last resort tried one bottle of two east. containing thirteen acres, whish lit s VIAJAOKSONVIIJLE.
Pain Bulm us fiirvcu-d with each Dr. Sew on the "est side ol the railroad and Is kuown an
'-strict construction very profitable, ;n.d. mor> $o than JStles 'CM rc for the Heart, the McGill land; also the northwest quarter of
.' A of the Constijtntion in other state there is much bottle. This medicine is also famous for which coaTinccd my that there was true the northeast quarter of section tnirty-twu in

:;: ; jeqnality in all the burdens reasOr any to believe. ,It is a product its cures of rheumatism, lame back and merit Heart in Cure it. 1 and took Kestcrative three bottles Nervine each of tho township containing six forty, south acres of range known twenty-two a the Starke east .

f deep-seaied and muscular and land; also eleven'acres off the east end cf the
and .benefits of For
> government, taxation as staple as that of sugar, coffee, pain. It completely cttred me. I deep north ha'f of the northwest quarter of' tLe

: In proportion to the protection rice, corn, hay, or anything else thatis ale by Starke Drug Co. well at night, my heart beats regularly and northwest quarter of section twenty-ate in siA :
--- Ihaveno township five. eouih of range twenty-two east, ,
,t". given the,property of l.be citizens grown in Florida. In this state 4ft mere saiotbering spells. I visb known as tho Reutber. land. f and ::9.
all the tob.icco findx Atlanta is now busily and successfully to say to all who are Buffering as I did STEPHEN E. FOSTER,

; apd:no' centralization! of power. I sail in the home grown market at.a remunerative ready demonstrating that the I "bloody shirt" is there's relief untold for them If they will ll-296t Special Master. | f, the '7: \
I only give
remedies
/
your Just trial.
shall fight for silver inside the a myth and Hint southern is one
: party t --price Like cotton it, hospitality. Dr. Miles Heart Cur&19 sold on a podttvrj Sheriff's Sale. i
; and if a majority decides against sells for cash.. uot.-r-iQrand Hapi;lg Herald. guarantee tnat tae m st bottle will boo cut. .,
Allcrugg1sssehtttat1, 6 bottles for$5,or JR Tit .'v
: : ,196 1 will remain a democrat and Last year ,OOOOOO pounds of It w111 be Bent pre a1d. on receipt at pries UNDER und by virtue of a writ of fl fa laired &". 'L.1iie. ,
It it the Dr. of the tlircuit: Court, Fouith-judicial
'. truth in medicine that Uicml1.cst 7 M edic&l PJkht. 1L .
I leaf
tobacco) raised in
/continue wa this state, Circu it.State of Florida in and for the copnry.of
to for the docirines :
struggle do.se that performs ii cure is the best. Bradford iu a certain cause therein
and it ( Dr. pending
was sold or $3.Q Q,0 0.0, beingan Miles' Heart Cure
: ,,f Jefferson. The Demo- Ie Weil's Llltk- Early Risers the wherein Vr'.T.-Weeks was plaintiff and T. Bos-
are '
i ,
of about tick :
ayjerage 9160 per acre was defendant,a levy ban been made upon ..
I jcratio par yis national l. apd cannot to the growerThis fact of itself smallest oills. will perform a cure, uud Restores Health the follcwibff described propfert of the defendant -
I are tUe l he:t. tiuke Drutr Co.: to-vrit: The south half of the northwest :t
jpxixt on one*issue. It, is coextensive I- should operate as a powerful stimulant -Sr quarter in section four; township seven south Jachojyiils, :

with the Union and ithe whole to induce farmer to engage Mi W. B. Sleek, wlm resides at of >range lorida.twenty;containing east, eighty in Bradford acres county.more or Stateof leax; Tampa and ,f
in the industry. and I will sell the same .at public Outcry in .'
: autonuray of our Government." .Cauiptonville. Cnl.. SII,? her daughter front of the court house door In tht town. of :
,' The culture of tobaccoan. be was .for eeverul years troubled at times CD = --pI .&' Starke during the legal hours of sale on Key W si. 1 -.

\ 'Flw; farmers Jcnow that to preswe engaged .in without interference with severe crimps in the stnuvtch. andWMUld I = : eS MONDA!. THE 2D DAY OF DECEMBER !&&i. ,(1.\\-'t:; ; '

:' witb other crops. It a* npt necessary I. be in such that it -. w c to the highest bidder for .
.ent et potatoes frorn rotting ng9ny; was nccesiry I cash.E 4 i i
to E. JDH S.
plant a large but :
\ ; acreage, \ t,).clIII in a physician. Having rend -11-1, 5t Sheriff Bradford HE I
be County.
they must dag at a certain &je.I every Xafh er could put iq a small p \ North. J ;'i fr
alxnit Gbamberl.iin's .
Colic. .
Cholera and
I A grower,in Georgia fives the folJowine I. crop as an experiment. No expensive I; Diarrhqea Remedy she concluded .to I .'" i.-L Notice to Debtors and Creditors. and' -' : ,
try .
r wforraation thousjudc machinery or great amount of z <; -' :
: : "Tliat it. She found that it always gave : South -i "J
:' labor'is required either for the cultivation I promptrelief. I "VJOTICE hereby given that all persons In1 .
jwd thousand. of bushels! -
of -
LI'
t It was seldom necessary 'lo give > debted to the estate 01 William Walter !
-
". gathering or PUling and deceased.- -' i ".
late of Bradford
I w et,potatoes are.lost eve year I : the second dose. "It linn not onlY.8lLved county -Florida :!
ry Uierefgre .e\"l.ytbjJ1g js in fay r o/ w pvz ; will pay jtAe same to the undersigned without de Thrpngh. Ir-

l '/rom rot w > Jl-Vnown fact' Iq: a trial. Ujllts.of worry and. time she says "but .z :- ".. CIS estate I y, and roust.11 persoisiajng present them duly claims authenticate aualDBt said, the" i'>1 '?

,
in u>so doctor hill!. It is my opiniop.ihal =, f within tyro yrara;or this notice will be plead In
I par. place ,Scbley coimty w.e used I-J C = bar of their .

I to: grow .potatoes extensiyely, and II Something A ,oul Syr a,,. '!I every family should have"a bottle of this .,-' D2 -eQrJ CIS .. recovery.WILLIAM W I.TIB. JK, Adrnintstrator.' Heart .
\ I I I remedy iu the house. For sale by S a/ke .bod oW Cg.. No. 1 State -1.. Kejr York. N. Y..' of) Florida ,
faring my wany ,pars of jexperince.0n i.. Ir9m th Tampa t'rlbvno..l Bruit C i. '' = = I I.s Ipi I Oct ?5.183S8t CareofP.G.Dllnian.: ,
.
'. the, farmexperimented Those who have bad any practiexperience I oS .I\sk J' rs
I pal jp Florida farmin ... 4 .-.. .oW. Notice to Debtors and Creditors 1-
with t.tutui in' SomejjrearaAvr -II d for
Health. 4
-. many ways. will hardly >eed to bo renjmded f.Perfect 0 DOl e --- ,
: ; (
,I t 'potatoes would rat after Jthe superior uaHty of the best :I i]I Keep ,the system perfect pr- CD = p'J'j e.a. 1 TVOTICE> debted Is to hereby the estate Riven-of that P, all P.Pre jersont alt-de.In- Tickets. t ;

: fcanked apd ,otbej of r\ : t. ceased, late of Bradford con r.ty/'Florida will t
being grade native w.hen
.
jeans jtbey syrup can L- per by the occasional use ,of .: pay tbe same to the undersigned without delay; Via. the II. j.-&EW1
:
e
fully made in old-fashioned t-4 and all persons having claims :
: would xernain. sound.. J jpvest.i at- an open again said estate '.

:i ,jed" .the:.matter. :sod' .-.learned. jexact, ..kettle. Properly tn\nipulatedj I Tutt's Liver, Pills. 'They regulate .. Et1 -2 a 1 two must years present or thin them notice, duly will authenticated fee plead hI'.within bar of Write tIit General. PAilepleF.

...ime to dig"' fad :bant. Pig .a potato not point oiled, this down syrup too.is.1(near far the superior!ujrar the bowels .and. produceA ,. .' ,..' z a.t"I. .8 thf'ir.recovenMAltV> ..8,..:.-;-St j* _-- T"J. PREVATT.._ExtC_ 'L'No. Agent- rQr'-Jllror} $tJon.)

1 ,' .from'' he Pitch. :C11lt, it in two'1to anything that jean .be .prodneed> Vigorous Body. .c s = Notice' to Debtors an4 &'retors q. .P, ACKKBLY; ,

v.and'a'milky eubstance will be b. in an evaporating wheje the For headache malaria 1' g a ,
:t.P"; o pan s! ,.biliousness CIS 0 p1 p'pjip. "JltJ'

:: served. >T the ,potato away .for ho use of ojbeinicalit AH necessary, that .constipation and kin- ..u.- --z ._" 11I- NOTICE Is to hereby the estate rfvea of bat J.all D persona John, de fa- \1''Ik rnrpiv, .
possible. 0
% the oomparinon u \VJien CIS ceased. Iat* of Bradford coppty Florida, will J8l1p'f! ,
0
t.Q
k-b- _..lUgb Jf,1)1 morning milky first made it has a flayor as .dred diseases, an absolute cure W CI : pay the Mraelo the undersigned w itttcut delay? -
: ubstanoe'tnro black i-hc cbu.ac-I "' g and all person having claims against Kai sis- JACSQNVJ1L: -
*
:. 1fi ,, : potato teristic and inviting as TUTT'S Liver PILLS c tate roust present them duly authenticated :
/m/ti.'bDt n nd should, be 'eLi ) tluB Vermont c : within two years or thia notice will be plead in
maple syrupand could] 1 be :
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tny lady's breast y. '. j -. .. ..;: _f1'u.: .., ', 1 .I', W* ii
''rette : kkat'llljeutp Scd4/dead:;':OJ large,Ha calyx deep cAELE'CXItiBtTlON.fYAt1ONFRRFESSIONA1. '. "Jt.nTt'IJft" >>' I.1i If k

;1ritSOres.Fever Sores.'Eczebn.i: with green: leaves dreueas. i I. "/ -. : L., a I j .; ; P 1m PE UI"nt-l\ J- _,' 1j

Pnirie'; "y Scratches-;' ,:Bore', Jfipples' ,. --With>beantJ'id.eyloriam' :: ". J.---. p rP P': i P.s: > AB Om ]SOQESC f rff; ) :
flf" .s
what : 1" p ;
piles. It is coolipg And sootbioK a a combination)- Y7aHy CteVilnastl BtuiBesatfiui Earrtalacil ;_ :
; as she whose amUe.on Qe .- "
Jrcds of cases have.been ':icured,by It, in adoration. .'., r .> <: the'Hamilton:; Whist C1Q' '.oi' '.PRCKLYASHPOKEROOT( : ; C n ilil Will,," ; .j
other had, failed. : JhiUiIeIpfal Wlth Tricks
[]. treatment, 25 J'OfIeo'.the rose,tie ylch red reef: : WfclchI lure '
; "
per)lox ')!'orsale'1 by .tlie! Sturke glowa on her gown of gray 3>;j.tiSgtiiteWsraadJlet, maaa.I. WJOTASSIUB; KIDNEY zTR01JLE ; jfj '

nIPnV; -.. .. ; ; ,- scarcethis time of ,.ear-- I I. What dcdbY.sxpett.s the .. 'l '
;1D1'Ias'week's pay. was as Hakes "

'-'jt: : : :GASKIISDEALEE :. ,.. "- ., ., .. h _' ,3inaespolfz Time most niMTtijoua. exhibition of card magicever : ..-and 'OYt'orncll-!.... J.)l ,. ,4i '. ,. ...: 1ii1\:r.$ : "'

.. : \ seen .nt Philadelphia was given at, '
;. ,'4f". A MAN'S; BESTIDEAS., Curesin ttracfielitr araeAttisPaaaruelons .. -- '** .-1
i :
; INkt I Ihe HamiltonWhist, club by Thomas JB. !! pfekfp'Aati.P7hettet sadFohwr<- ** -t,.M4 :',

., Says They Coma Into the "Arpoldof C cinrillti. A.formal.reception ,. ...g1lC.- the r0&OMt. :. -" ; oJ' .fi idEr7tDttlvf .;t'i '
DRUGS: !1ffimICINHS.; ; Mind D.ezpeotedly.. was aiven by the'Hamilton club to Blood PoisonRheumatism ccrth., j *- \; #. .. i JI"}
Mr. Arnold ,-0!%,hlf'I1YlFA.! :,> _n _* !
in the
who' for hospitality .
return .
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1 von Helmholtz, tb6 great Ens-IBS L i'x.ur $-.8P f "?' m-fl
g FJa.. tendered him,' :1tertained his 'Ga.: J>GAJI bm-t! t uuJtc abo&u.ol .' :" ;
Starke scientist of imPerishable fame ,, ....i Hot JpnajES.Ait.aad 0. '&.
4C Jf aicl: 3 .. :yonrl'lP. { .. ... ?
hosts with" series of remarkablecard thra. >
> ; most rood than
don mere
before his death inter- .n has do -.0 *
an '
i OppI 4 z.r IIdGC'iir gave .* .. Ii:
uica ea'treanztentaathaEtttitiprlag. :;: }i, ,
this of his life work on the oc tricks. '- ;/f&sJ 1.bre.bottle*CV O.D .. -\r.t <
_i pre cripttou.refuD j yi the celebration of hi seven- !!. Mr. .Arnold is a well known Cincinnati and Scrofula f .la.e jI iL. : ?1
'
) d ed .t ll honx-- t w.r. peer .
eorgpoan > i ,.in which, other basint-rid Wit- 'ixiug a member of .ibat'd9en,131ytvn Comq b.,; A ,
among
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"i diy'czmsbi.Bailey, agreeis ; wholesale a firm of Alter Julian Catf.3.D.Jerta5ISSq;>> "I ithe ...
P.P.P.
+. he reveals some instructive fea purifies the blood builds up : .. .t.
IDra l 1
} debultated. ,,
weak and !
'f ant change from darkr.tis io rJa his habits of study and the proc &ti0Ho.. atrenlrth to weakened nerves, exp.-/5 eITU'flu s.4a+Aewtmar+roaeerlir I beie ;,.ya"rt,

The feeling of utter exiasi i ij'* be won his ideas as well 1 is no*. a professional magician but haD dlwaaes.ness turn whcra the patient be. tb AUoS bT OJ P.realty.P.1'.co roterttixiaeof tM woo4erfU1.PTOpertte$. .- .;.ft '" y 1..
IICkneu. gloomy
.
& bility to work is driven oU f:7c: t* .. e and manner in which it was his tricks have mystified such' men teeliDi. ana UMittrto first p1'e1ailed.. 1 prvdtoreayersl jearawlthaaaaChttr ( 't "- ",
abts
Sid dl er.ptoaon"t
tive organs are ton V strengthregulated. trained in niagio as Kellar and Herruiaiin. tsro. 1 t1ooMM7Downreme-, i ,p T
to commit the latter to 1rp '';;
F-xxi's Jiila are i& paper: and UrtlUT >. ,
p' Fhillie ltiloodeconderp dy .tU r. P.l a&1IBIJd. .. i1ij .
*
Ho has refused fabulous auras for po15Onlng. mf' U- roar o t
table reliable So, has el1J'Mo :
tin
safe, frequently been my lot to rial poison.'m larla. d18\epel., and anu nm Mt7. ;&- '
which have been offered him to be- au blood and ekln diseases like (31 edb3J ,J. 1). 70SFS1'Oaf, .' .i
STABilE FLA.f. in the arrival go .
: : uncertainty ., aaTnno. us. .. ''' ;
1
blotches, pimple old. chronic ulcers, .iI 4;<
.Y' Dr. Powell 14 "H.ever-Fail" Fever thoughts and conceptions foro the public aa o professional, preI -' tetter aeald bead without 1 ,. ea..,... .' .. .. It;' 'i''
may he found On gale with any of the : would break suddenly and ferring a quiet domestic life to any notoriety eciema contradiction-we may,that say.P. P. P.U the fever Deal. S 0lith.01t, },a-tfQgxe- f rgtrati"gh .!ff ;;4
..
.
y lowing: >. ho might gain asa magician. blood purifier in the world,and makes ,- ,
I have
I upon :me; just gained and EECt7M Tt1..JEnnary 11..1893. "
: posItiTe. speedy permannnt tires ) 't- \u.
J.L. GASKINR Starve, Fla. I erienoe in the management of I Mr. Arnold opimed the eyes of hisWite. fc all cases. 14Sseats.' t t:f''A1't$;.00. v uu4sa,' ;
Who1ez.3Rd Iletall'.r..p .. Ga. G.jtrfUinw ba.v4 tried P. J; .
:; : ". I : Tour .
STARXB DRUG CO ideas. This be of may IrdieeaD yltems aro voieonel
3EO. S. ROACH & BRO: New Fla. e .
River trick Two new packs of cards be- .h ...blood Is laaaimpureconhl known-s ekin'ancegottbtrty)'eus 1','i._
H. G PARKER :' other students of like phys '
4 Io., : 'LT"sect tend it
; :! ;
daetoml'nltrual irregnlarlties .
Q. s: YOUNG, longing to tha: club .' He .Aostltobteot! ad remOYoaaJ1lt- >'i ,
ator ii Hampton, Fla. temperament. were produced. are peculiarly benefited by toe won- Par: : );-S/
, HARVEY JARRED; La&eside. Fla. derfol tonlo and bloat cleaaslag prc perOetot J'itnt.o.1 from tae vest" or the dJee.." >. s.1 .._',
had them'before. Shuffling".cue
.
R. W. JONES. .- Lad-rase. Fla. best ideas have .often stolen si- never scon p. P. P.-Prickly-Aab. aud i rcrca 3 oar PM'lldmtr ot tl"e: .. ';;{ j..
u LUKE DRAWDEY. r Pine Hill Fla. the current: of my.thoughts deck, bo held if out to one ol} 'the Boot PotaSSIum. -sores tt-e1rontdenetk. Ibavotake'tr.veotatzbotdeeand .tanothereeur.e' ,,z; ...,.;t;
1'1ESRJ !M. M' DRIGQERS. Cekle., Fla.Turpentine.. gentlnrnen present, saying: "Select a, 14th,1993.mill oiect'n trnrc.. l;:iiai alllO reneged !w... i
EF W. L, BLAII latter were not 'employed in I t SPJI1II17JELD, ilia' A's ir : 'roitaa, iJb1"stltfl1 apd ssomaoL -1" ',+
f ,: R. L. JONES them. I know not bywhatproo- card front this pack .find then return it -I can speak U from the Wst 5 torment tro blQo ;:Yonrstrtpy,: \. '" he'eh"
medicine my ownpenanat :
JOHN A. KIM Lake Butler Fla. ;seeping the card in mind. I will :your jrledze. 1 was affected WIth heart QAPT'1 'H.:11178'1'; It'- 1i .
.t11 POCK MUTTON t .. .. cerebration your ): \ atlst" :-
& : :M C. GILL they were disease pleurisy and rbentnatlaia tor''' Attantty,. 'T "
TOWXSEND BROS ". 1 only knew that they were turn niy back te you as you make your 35:years,was treated by the verr boss r.. '
J H. DOWLING, pbyalclcns ana spent hundrcdiof dnr"" r.t 1MI """" ,trill. A tiy" +
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selection.
Quo of the! 4
other .
i. Nor could 1 at first esti geutlomenwill C1L1In lOa !! IJ1UI W {IG4,
S J, PRESOOTT, S Fla.ftlldJleburg fully lars tried every Known remedy r/itti- --r.
I4UCED HAH 1 SPECIALTY mpsnn finding! .... ......_ 'r "
.. C. H. HOUGUTON. Fla. importance of such take the second pack and throw it out r Uet. I have oUy tll.--ea .l.I.L D"a. \- c. r;:"
unexpect
'" 1 bOttle of P. P. P., aid cat A"t
one your
ODOU; BROS., Providence. '-' visitors. on t:.' fll)()!. The only card that will "heerfuU7 say it has done ClOlLDro. "I.!
; W. F. BYNUM, Fort White Fla.Drew. good tttananpthinglhaysevertraoi. L IU.I 'pr.mAIl. fiR0f4 .;;,r."
T 'I..O >1".
'I.; -j' HIGH SPRINGS u1-H..CO., High Springs, brain tired and al by yon. 1 will not touch either suCerera ot tli*above duensac.MRS. .P1iol'Ettrou.,, ,, .,. .' Iil..M, :
r' my was M. M. YEAEY.: -i-j.
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H. JOHNS. )
Houston
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feel I JOHN M. GARY. feJroe. at my writing table. I had one of tiu (les. 13pri>S,,.Sad.OreeaCoaatLfa .Lit?D!mnn'.lt'1 t>o tCAflMaalCVE1'', .'xt
i11 \ : S. L: WEEK:> Mike Tille.Newnansvllle. I Thocar.lyassejectcdi, and the gentleman "i.
turn in all direc
V$ 11'. J 1 RIVERS I my problem ,) ?iJo"'tto,4,: : .;
I : threw tko Fccoyl pack on thn floor, .... ""
.. ft. COUSON., LIU'vltte envisage it from every side, ::
M KOt IN, Mason, the ,,1inn of dinni'snds beiug the only {
to consign it to invol \
t; : V- HAYS, LaCrosse. my ,
:
= Badl'y' without even prema- e.irdthat foil faro upward. "What"exclaimt'd .,.

, .' 'euthern Chemical Co.rStarke to solve it within my- Mr Aruuld, "is the card you c : :il?'

:' ;-;' committing my reflections to selected. Andrews & M.iddl ton. i iJ
JTo : ? I Fla.
'li.. =day Long and patient preliminary A cheer grcetf tjio announcement ,
:
0 Sole ID. that thr.S
r'i.! the unconditional vy: corrf'r'r. .
was
pre '
.\ ; :: IV*'ask :'this. rep te .ff ', .entertainer. Pointing to Chares! Ynr- Livery Salo ann F.aad e &&tablos. "
serious how the
1 9 diseases'>i ten !21JO\i trifling ]: ITY MARKET.DEALERS urgent necessity ." :
nail hcoontinnrd
'Wi1i'YLiudr:
'J... :(Bailments. i I must always give my brain : fi9- .; .
f" ',. If you ar* weak 11/( ., to relax from fatigue or strajn lect a card in your 'mind Do. not men- J' .' .

,.t ., pn"J-.r.lfeX.I haiisUO, : the recurrence pf a feeling of lion its 1HlJ9.h: gAz FINEST TORNOUTS In the.cltJ-' '. ;:
Drown nervous ,
S 0 .
di:,, ,, : When thit{'elcctic1 made,he picked '
,t. luse no appetite iii and mental well being
' 1:;:" aid csn't work, (. I JOBNS & KITE t before for up a pact hu'lled it carelessly!'! and ., 1 rt.

Ii. If Oil *b..t;2ihe;hr &t n--st once rc-li tak1ij (:: : My most valuable writing ideas have pub walking over fe the wall lUirew- the .. Br11mmers' Teams alb. .ay i n[ a 8 8 es lty: ;: y F

.' .. :, .ne'Jicinc,e HrfiiRihtnujg which is III themselves in the morning on cards at a picture. They fell iushow ( .
|. .
8.tt S-ov.-'i's Iron Bit- ,e :--, IN---- from a refreshing sleep, er to tho l1o r. i ProXCp't: :tteDttOD.. 1
4 el :rj' ictttomcs "Turn the back of tho picture out'
13 favorite period for them has
"Z'I: ,
' 1 f.on Xlicys.ry LritI ward," said Mr. Arnold When this:
, J'I. \ FRESH BEEF I was seeking relaxation by IREA80NABLECHARGg
.. was done a nnrd was been stiekiuj? in a ,
1 i .I..t : IT .CURES mr slowly wooded over picturesque in the hills crack. in tho back of thti frame. It was .<.*......r I ;
parks bright '
MUTTONVECfETABLBS
.... .: Dyspepsia, Kidney and JJver' emi } The slightest indulgence in the jack of spades. "That, sir, ii the Stables'corner Call and Thompson etreat, one block from. 'DepotMORGAN :. ._'
A Neuralgia* Troubles, card you had in mind. -
4 ':,: M CoastlpaUon, Impure Blood, II ANFPORK.- beverages sufficed to banish
Yaruall)
Mr. ) acknowledged that it _

+:t'!'.: 2.o.,.ht1trlaNervous. Women's, complsints.Cct aliments. e:: ..my.......grasp..-- Baltimore Sun. was, and tho crqwd Wwi convulsed. I "B OS.j '

IV As Titles Go Again, a member of tho company} was
,11. a f 1ON.Odd I
only. the reoulne. h-1 crossed red : f
-s asked to t-ilu card in his mind Four I t :-
Who's this a
Jin U oa tai wra .r. man you. alluded to '
'' i GROWN CHEMICAL:' BALTIMORE, M. a'i ,'. Teddy?" othersvro: asked to take cards at rl:1-1: P. O. :Building, Starke, Pl -

? ,., ...a2 30ZZ0. ()OtCiZ, .: lJ.... .. : he's Professor Teddy, who dom from tha pack and renju'-r-btr! the ;
r'tIf' .... -,. -p--o I FeUows'sBuilU's, Starke.i biology and ethnology in a big numerical nIne of the card: The S;,)-.'C- NEWSDEALERS SUB CREPTION AGENTS and r-

:;%: .:The Largest and Most Complete Estab-. tator who drew the first cardvni; told :
I.' : ; jUhment' South.t And who is Professor Rotters towrito the number on a Bli'eetof paper. Wholesale and"fetail: Stationers-

; ::, Geo.S ,H.tJ'PJ'& Son;, PILES i ITCHIN6.FILESSWAYKPS'1 1'.J spoke He's the of?professional strong man The seaozid man wrote the iniruhcr: ef. \ .c I _' .

:: ring trainer.-Chicago Record. his card ill a El'pZ1.rr.teccru: third .. ___ ,
.rT"'O'1:: =-1v1. o"! !E ." 4
\ i m.an placed hi* number under th r.cc- -t
rt. .' r. D80LtJDL'I'0tJDi 0HTMEK7MtM! Dot's Penknife. and one and added tho two together, affixing I: Dealers in Musical Instruments and Merchandise, Wall Paper, N+tvi.]tire.eta t
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nllPTO..M .
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I .I qbr..........M !atl W.1'IIe. 1,. r. .; U DIck-That knife of yours Is no the resort to the first num tx..r. Tho Picture frames made to order. :Full line of Sohoot Doub'ana :'iqPPh4"' ,
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'.i..'Lt.etI.. .8 wxr'LSn".Y. tu..re ra1eiT'11.ebM.'ktt..4Pntr.4::.(. tried to sharpen a pencil with it. fourth maa affixed the uuuiter' f$' tliscart 1 'Legal Blanks. Orders,for Printing received. Chriatmya good ia Ie".. '? .
? Dot Well
: of course. It isn't a ] to tho other two uuiabjera. Tl a ra-

r y SilaSu.?t!* yx h.edl.t.hr.rhathet. ......w.6aabtdndm.alt&m.SWr.l'bU.'D-- .'-., I It's n penknife. I use itto salt was 374. '" t. '. .
rust off Good Mews.
o iny pens.- :
IS.'feUiii _, "Now itl.i(11\Ir.! Arnold -'will wo .. -. y.
!\i
c61 Splendid gentlemen aiTCoznp'auy wo to the library: Vim TIS.'Al, .0.i .. : .:

I .0. M 1i m -I know just what"to take for each of them holding one of my Inii'.s.A ., .'

r_ G ss. hird.can come along.to see fair pLiy. I -

'.. ( ) '-'-' .. ; .". ''tj (eagerly)-Do you? What is it? They tetnrnc bringing a book. "Turn
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maF 0
: ,J .. -I -An ocean steamer.-Somer- to. page Si 1. ordered thp eat;rtairer. ,I LIVERY FEED SALE 'STABISi'
: h t I '1'1 The book was opened at the page indicated
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0(3 } .Q E-t.. f. ands a card was found Itwas the '
= i
-UA2W7ACTURERs fit .
.OF-- Marvelous lies Its. "
'" 0 ..... a deuce of spades. "That: is your card, r

POPS SASH BLINDS.Moulding V..I ri .. 0 a letter written by Rev. J. ,Gun- said Mr. Arnold to the gentleman ho Hodges Block iStarko ':FIN:
t -g
: of Dimondiilu, Mieh., we arc per- had asked to make-a selection. ; .
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&& Sash, &. Building l Material .,.... 0 4 c.. .. oa k c -cr 0 a:: rt 0.-., make. in recoinnn-mliug this extract: Dr"I have King's no the The The last most statement Captain remarkable Walton S correct.trick, presicknt of all was of llaa tho fillOSt drin[ and rain[. ]herpes.)iu mu ,cite! 5 :

and .
Cord .
Kt:< ; Weights "V t ::>- i.: tij '. \ } is the results were nlmoOl! the American Whist Players' league, I ,

'K* CHARLESTON. S..C. > S"o.oo..aG. & in t e case of my wife. While was asked to draw a card: from the "K..r.?'': J'f.1l'

k E' :.= ... _. \ of the Baptist church at pack, replacing it and keeping the card

'{nrchaoe our Make which we guarantee Superior oo a .,-i rile was brought down in his mind. Mr. Arnold took an egg, Gentle Horses. Stylish Rigs. .

: to any cold South .and, thereby' 1110.. ...., .:;.:, ....___. s.0 _b e. : net ii on in succeeding lit selecting one at random from a half
aare money, .... t:: .... ;.
; 'aiWINtOWANDFANCY.GLASS .. < OW .. Terrible par x i. s of coughing; dozen, and broke it into a tumbler He Horses Boarded at Reasonable .Prices and Given Best' Attention;., c
SPECIALTY. r-., .
"" LjJceN 03... hours with little interruption.. showed first that neither the- shell uqx ; '
the inner skin of the had been bro-
f .= i erred as if she ('nullOlt, survive egg ,
1,000,000 People WearIHJouglasSlioesI ... ken. No card was concealed bis I .
&.. cI ....to .-IItGs friend recommended Dr. King's up _
sleeve or anywhere about his person. .
.1 1 o a= k .. = )'. It \VIIS quick; in its When the egg was broken, a card was .1
1 aao =
a a G) "
satisfactory in results. Trial t. '
Southern
en seen in the tumbler, crumpled up and I ,
_
HAND BEST. -: EIA drug store of titarkc Drug covered with the yolk! of the egg .
IJOO ,
I SEWED p. IN THE 0 -d John\ A._ Kintr. Lake Butler. 1 Drawing it out, Mr. Arnold asked, ,.
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PRaCESS., ORLD. "What card did you draw Captain at W Y.f
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W J.t FKICE O.-'S. Cut RY "
Walton?
acv
$100 tC .. ,
C: I
4$3.00 O.llt. : tXXAH, GA. "The queen of cl bs. I

r 1DaQ ci : c LIFFMA linos., Savannah Ga. "There it is. The pack was searched JBSOIOTELY THE SHORTEST RQRIE.THSO : .
'I' '-
c .$4.00 2.50 '-" m'.. aU *:-1 would like to add my and that. particular card found miss
G'S ing. I l TGH: PULLlSAir DnA WING ROOM. CARS* I
)' to UK: almost miraculous effect ,

. ,. '$3.5U ri $2.08P. 'I 0 :r:: ii& 1I1 P. in the case of Mury Ingra- nold Although never played an expert a game on cards for a, Mr.stake Ar in CGliIPAIiT2IENT CARS' COACHES, DINING; VESTIBUIiEbQUICK CABS; 4EtOLOUGHPARE S;; ,

She
living on place .
my
$2.5o rfWn .,. his life. "I could make a fortune-as a
,
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fcfcFOTBfllS .
I cough, sore throat, debil TIME TO ALL POINTS N MED.
gambler, slid he "for I can deal a t'
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.' The Atlantic Smvannee River and was:. emaciated to n degree JI
,$255 I man any hand,I choose, but I wouldn't I '
ujnihie! to get out of bed dare to play cat: in ourweslern: country, NORTH AXD: CAST. nORTH AMD:WIST.. } to
Hailway.T1ME
r q Gulf!# '
: ndYoW'y. I don't M- a? t:
being given up by physIcians for 1 would be shot sure as fate. I NM. I NO.39. !

tai .!...,.Jff..Mq.L DNtilsa... a .-Ir.,bogs:. Alt and:aav tstyrea. tk'.ot I.n4 TABLE:4N EFFECT OCTOBER 7, 18 the ruinous 8u-<:nlltd blond know,what it is that enables me to do ALL TRAINS OAUY. I Short U.! lt.J.Llae/U.' I Mtil.S. Fast' AIL THAWS OMLY. Kta'tltna.. tu.' 'FletIM ,

'.frtot WMUUu tlMr thi'afvano.toleatherttaladaea.edibeof inakM but the quality and prim of N ,. 5 j go.at NO. II t toT.\TIO. I No.2 I so.4l I NO. without the least effect, until these tricks I studied them all out myself I : Lv Jact onTnTe.F.(',&IV TO) pm t 30 Gams v,
"lr:" ..?W."De.'eee reaaalm UM .am.. ,. M. P. K. -A. A n. 1': K. P.' umleV' the P. P. P., fhe ironic- but can't. explain'how or why 1 Lv Jacksonville,F.C.& 3) aui am rU1 ,* EverettSotuheni. .... 9 33 pm 10 00 ama
."attllObRhatet. _that BUD and price*'t mp d 4dO '400 t-1.. Starke!: .., lO4i 9.00' nn\v do them."Philadelphia Times.Unooin ," l"I'9 55:: am 8 4S pm 'Tanpa Past S *tetp 820 aa ... ..,.. J.
Ldlupl. JT.JL.: .loap.alsaeczrortwaaBoW tjJ. 4 3' ..4 20 LA:!, r 5 d.ampaon J 10:0 L .. 45 1 l' lItI to improve. .1.1'0.11 is in Everett J ,S1att tin.. :. 10 10 pm :..... ..,
' in her life. You 14 l50 am '13 41 pm 21i am d17 pare. :
5L :AhVAKICZ) as ever on Equality.In Savannah, Ar Macon So :
Starke..fnnton 4 It .
50 8i fJ' .Atla.l1tle.! no 05 A 8 .40 1 '* Atlanta 6 oa arm, i 36 ptn.
: ; 541I (.') 747'Watd'' Wtr 9 18 25 I lo me at aty lime as to the a speech Chicago in 1858 Lincoln .* Columbia, Sculliero... :5 05 pm 4 5b am825am .. Chattanoe a, '"- 9 4i am 4tf anr
A' ratucroi 51 n 5i rI': Thol\l8S V 1'9 45 a 1:1: 12 .
** C 710
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Z1niptoita Cincinnati. Q. Tjtt pm pm
aid
3J k P P. P. in the foregoing case. : I
.6 b15 1" .Latp'pr. 92 5 i8 t15'2,
: 820pu642am : ,.,.. *ry
5 15 25 f. 25 Halnt> Ar Charlotte 'Ar flimdnhani.9rntth'n. 12 pm :
.4i sw'Lb 1915 7 45i 12I Yuurs. truly. "My friend s said that I am a poor .
61) 5 40 g 40 AtBcllll,1. II 00, 7 St.Luuisalro..S 14.Ar 73W : u
; REAO 'OJ2; SAYt'E, CHERRY.. hand to quoteScripture ; I will try it Washington, 9 40 pm .Mempiiii. I.CJf.S II..OO) "ft?

.f. St'poaS 4gnal. -- -- again, however. It is said in one of the .. 80&m 112pm ss Ci t" + t a>r r 3
1 TIlE T\V,0=-TJMESrA.WEEKAN <>'8 Sunday 1 2. 3e.gd" dailj. hoe. 5 and.6. :. "C. I"'. Moore &: Co. Kewberg. admonitions of our Lcrd, 'As your Father Baltimore,Penn.ItR. Lv Ji1e1.M.aY111LTtlwti ... .. .. 1 W p t .
cept ,' ,. 13- 3 CO am. ,.. ., & '' B'
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Starke Wth F. ( : "\Va sell more of ;IJ"mber.. in heaven is be also Philadelphia JP np. soo vrt .r.
perfect, q .
k AYANNAlrVEE L'S Fame au and niBrille BalaT ye Ar JUcon, .' a u.
u Jacksonville. G. -
Remedy than un! others 12 53. 620 ton ". = '.. t'
hipa, etc At Sampson uoctiou with G. S. put perfect' The Saviour* I suppose, did :New York rm Atlanta. E_ j 45
7'_. for Palatka, Macon,etc. and it always gives: PiUisfuc-. not expect human.creature could be fhattanrpr 'a
any __ L 1' S3taat 4r
B-PAGB PAPER 1 I'I Ar''Agheville,Southern... .. -. 5 45,pm Cincfuna.IQ S y ,
ARTHUR MEIOS CEO. Ti"> .
MPSETT.r -
J; F. Allen, Fox. Ore., says: perfect as the Father, ,heaven but he -
I 104 TIMES .A YEAIl.!= Gen'IMaVr.Jacksonville, Fla. Q. K.Starke: S'P.,A., CbarnberlHtn Cough Remedy: said 'As your Father in heaven is per I'I For full Information, apply to any Agent of this Mrflat RiLWayt "

r : I best I have handled." Jlr. W. fect, be ye also perfect.' He set that up as System* ,, or its cout aI3aa..

11jL rllE EW&.. I" 'THE )( Columbus Wits! says: a standard, and he ,who,did .mos .in W. A. TURK, C. A. BERSCOTELr 'tK4' "
reaching that standard attained the Gen.PaIS.Agent Asst. Gen. ra *.Acn:, StWaablnttoo -. 4.ra, *
.A PAPER FOR' TJBE, HOME..i 'fI1It.1CE-A-1V: EEK WORLD ; in'li Cough .Remedy sells well" highest degree of moral perfection. So I D. C. ChjUanaaga Tens.. '.pAtllt.tL.13lals: it

!t praised by all who use it. say in relation to the principle that all ? '
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tfgp A YEAR. SAMPLE, COP- .AND by Starke Drug Co. ilea are -created equal let it be as W. D. ALLEN, ,f

IKS. If .. Florida Passener'Agetit; ,,
FREE. nearly reached as we can, we cannot
I
< r!' --- THE TELEGRAPHYEAR. MERIT is the character give freedom to every creature, let us do I,i NOV. 21. 1895. 212 \Vjst Biy S-rjst. \TC50N7IT.lB,:FLAi. ,

'I' titi'FLY: FjH..OSE FOR ONLY of Hood's Sarsapanlla. It not ung that will impose.slavery upon .
NEWSAy '. after other preparations fail. any other oreature.Stoddard'a.Tabl*-

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'ffitf5 V3f'< :te tttnitandrehearandebrn> r if* 'V -* ,'.r''.( :v, ., a*' 4ri II 'time.*? \ T 7..7 ,V' :iirlahI oaa alit!eload.' ',,' ( ',to :itrtitethe'.nuimberte: : i Jt1. ';,

.trTilMmftreit I *"t!'T6stnfghte" rfr. ,; -ati n <.I.T---.I_.s8'", .{. ''',, ( I IJ' ,' it fia'Sgo d k.long:walk:fronithe r I would not' .reJ1. W murky She wrote! Uback ifaidexwe j
f.7 I ,. y' "'"'_: .ve tollowed 4each'wmo;; .1 I Grandma Ellis place down to Chris ; ... 'r :;: 'I .' boywha; :: -eras watching atiegi .
: ..: "A1;' : : .I CJia1fe farm; frn't itf said LfSerenL ; l .i claimed fIt/enot. ..
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That lore has fglpd.ts with dellgfr ". :? imleVf, said 'Dock.'fYou. I The one'wanta to be on 'the.. "

r.I.i. f. ..,::... :. ;: eoiferh. .tartteltpratse.' ;- ,-, ,, Millie found it along. late:',in the. ,afUrnooni -1 ( .f ; of thenaught.; i .** '' >'. ...
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f' '
k :;Grandpa .Ellis had been ;.c ; :
:. Vbat'shall,ire ray:of sorrow's hour 4 to nonaresER to ... ... dead a.good many :years, and sheaaehiring ; .l'aI.. wt..Me*.-' i
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:t.. .fCI hanger and denial,' 11 .nwrw.p.a. 1. tva tai rs .Iw t 1i6d a"man ;.to."work the'' place'for who There represent ire kaaves certain now local and bitten')be1i aadT" .

;' < 4. .. :>6ltear*, and loncUneas, and loss' 6 0 Z 8' A' '. bar,-and'shecouldn't,, leave home till ,. I' Darn stimulias Identical rwitfc:'o''
'41 < t 1 r Oh In the'darkness bare not .wa'Heed I, t2.IS 16 20 21 29 23's TjTu Bittern"X These scamps u 'to; ''f l 6 28 27 28 t30 want the;horses to go out till next .: I foisting their trashy componnda .
f ;/' : neiv, resplendent stars?. "i, morning,'because he' had been haul- .. : unacquainted is with the genuine artlcS!

'k r4f :Have we not learned some song of faith lng wood all day.. He offered to take '.4' r. ,I,Ask se much and take their no opposite substitute-tor aa daytTtoi.tM .
*
w: I. r *TTttMn o'nr prison bars?. ihe thimble to Chaffee's for her:but .. =- }f remedy for molar / dyspepsia oonttftd>

:(:i f. 'Sot'only for the' : gifts, the wouldn't let him. She said she .' rheumatism. and kidney troabl. :;.;:,}*.f''J'*

; thick urway. must take it herself.. She never could .. Thought 1* troublesome to .him tr'
along ;
awn wtshl was a horse, a cow, without big '
.
: own approbation.Dr.Kilmer's .
i' .If.ftt,.... :.. ;Her loWe oks;of,constant.loveliness, eat or sleep till:she',did. But she was 'A katydid, so shiny; J'f...'t-':"
.', : and he .
crying a good:deal,, thought SwxMPRoot
y. \ t. thank our God te day 'o J Oh this time of '
anything all
( year Kidney, and Bladderirecb "
'.4 : ,But for the $ >irtts subtle growth, she,would put it off till' daylight, ,and .:: Except a healthy'turkey t Pamphlet and Consultation(new; <>

1 t'r .}' f.14; \The' ,betterjpart, then, he,would give her a horse. y .Laboratory, '- hatntoY' >*,.',.
f!, 'J: ;; .;'LThe treasures gathered in the soul-' ,1'But.ahe couldn't wait, and after TIianksjiTlnsr. .', 'A pare digested la better. than a vohjaj--f'
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nJ .: "'The harvest of the heart. supper,she'started,out and walked In :what what hardshiptwhat ;t riedly.rvad. ;' .; '!*&)?.',
I"X&l'; 1"". Batt& : step'of that,, seven ,miles! and penury, 't,
every
) 'IB,Olden TlM
; 'r>. .:' '. ,: cried herself to.sleep in thespare bed sense,of exile, what darkness of ?,, ..,>,
bereavement, what. dependence 'upon People' oTerlooked.the-importanetr, j n
; at Chris's house and slept 'there, till -
, !;i ;. ;;; / : :THE LOST ,THIMBLE"DOCK'S' next morning.: 'She didn't live:long the Divine hand the and gratitude' for its, ,neatly q beneficial' ettectaaatlwets. y
earliest
'. she bounty, were Thanksgivings with. trnnsiontactIonbtitnowthatUt |"
''f. /I, '- ; after that-fqur or five years-but .*.
\ ," "' worried over' the thimble till she died.I kept 1 The story of the Plymouth ally known that Syrup of F7gtwiBlycnre '
a : ? THAxxsGuvroa DAY .
JI; / STOET.HAN be too often recalledby
:
,. -. i 'J'. The Son-*Ta, what's that like that. for? Looks like mpurntDg." guess she left Chris some money, colony can never habitual constipation**ws11 1 .
U" ., .("'" ti'- -, is,considerably Old'Man' (with a shudder)-"Perhaps it is, my son, Your mother died on but I don't think'he has ever'used it.Ue ,. Americans. eturd7 uncomplaining' people Will not buy other lanttve.wfor ; .
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r ; :/ > f. ,, >I" put :of that day last year.Truth..' had all he wanted when they took fortitude, for endurance.for a time but finally Injure, theiyrtei_','.
L ',, r .place at aquilting that stain :from his lip. They elected strength that knew no faltering; for t.t'"t.
Responsibility walks hand in hand
i. t,:.; '. '- bee. him township trustee the next year. splendid faith and undaunted heroism, .padt and Ower. .: y?i1',.,
f :;;;" '. I ,/ H 1 Of course, all of brick, of course, and with an arched boarded at Hi Rank's place and cleared* Yea; I guess 'he'was trustee when he that story has no equal on the page of Beware 'of Ointment Catari. 4
:..J the roof whitewashed and his land. And, then ."he built history. ,Many delicate women died far
+ plastered find a
.J' t 0 7' iwomewere n up died, when.'Belle, here, was, pretty,, : 1 Coatala Meremrry: __Jf '
.: ; i. :. .. t.J' 'good to she was proud of it. And she.had a house there, and furnished it, and near ff young woman." .. in those first years,.but'we never'read' as mercury will envely destroy theU

"'iif" i .. < ," me, and the right to be, for the bread: she made. folks joked him .a good deal about a .Well, we're 'done with the '''red that.they weakened in courage'while" smell and completely derange the whotai

x.f .1'I hostess) made there was the best in the country. housekeeper ;-bnt he didn't' seem to : quilt," called a cheery vpice from'the they lived. Theirs was the underlying ;tern faces.when-enterinit' Bach articles it should throagA never the moeovii tis;

:1 ; '1 : '__ 'a special effort ,"Chris 'went to split .the kindlingand find a"wife. He always said he wasn't parlor, .nd here came ,Mrs. Harney- might of a purpose.which had its cept on prescriptions from repntabf*,.

L/ : ''Jt"< \' f' H 4 at entertainment Grandma Ellis went back to her in a hurry, but we all knew it'was the Belle Chaffee that was, .with fair root in principles; and .whoever may. the clans rood as the loa damage can poatibly they will derive dole:from ten;t.U

, .,r '; but, it sewing; but she couldn't find her thim- women that wasn't in a hurry. blonde' face and 'laughing 'eyes, and celebrate the' Pilgrim Fathers, women Hall's! Catarrh. Care manufactured br-1
, .,7j ':' emed.all.the ble. No sir she couldn't find it "Of he and should forever keep green the Cheney Co.. Toledo'0.; oontainr tVTcury
j E ; any- course ,was respected like cherries and fine .memory and is taken
d; lips at large, intern ally,acting db _
"" .',v,."t ..".", time as just where, high nor low. That goldthimble -- trusted and all that. His credit was figure, with grace of, movement anda of the heroic Pilgrim Mothers. upon the'.bloo-l and mucous surfacea fl

l':';'1 ,: 4.' one,more reminder: of my unfortunate f Why, it wouldn't have troubledher good at any of the stores in.town, and charm of speech that are rare'among We like to think of the' group,whlch system.ure.to .get'In the baying-HallVCatsrrh genuine.*. n.. tekenallyand CB!

I'' !:; ; : : ,>sex; my'inability to. thread a needle, much ,more if the house had if he went bail on a noteit, was .good women. assembled at those .Puritan'dinner tables I made in Toledo'OIIio'b=

,, t. "' ,f id+ (. ''. and my ignorance of' ''log cabin" and burned down. She could have lost all anywhere. He was quiet and orderly "Where's your ,cat, Dock?". she demanded in those'' far away days. The Chyney CW'dold by Co.dnzn1 Testimonial>,ta. prlca*T.c.freest'! :: \:;.
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;'I r i 4' the cows'or the horses, or could have and a good farmer ; and of course no brimming: with mischief. harvests were reaped; .the churches : pel: '"

,, lil t?* '. 'fotDockrecoBgniied something of' the borne a' drought that .destroyed' the one' had anything but kind words for' "We must toss the cat in the red quilt.It and the school-houses were built; the .,HO* :nalalaa Ystra.rdiaaryl6' '; C

,'4"'-'t;: .' .''eame thing: Though it'was.his, 'own crops.. 'But that gold, thimble, made him. Only-that old matter of 'the wouldn't be a complete' quilting if children were brought up in the fear hogs Two wen acres tarred mulberria th-fatten orchard'la; 'May.

&L : :: -7'J.: house and though he: !was confessedly; from her husband's $5 piece and -presented thimble would keep coming up. You we'didn't toss the cat."- of.Goi.' In the cold meeting house on kept there September eating oothlaf.

(;;1j.' Ii'J.. : I* 'lady's rain," the. number' of:them! to her on, her wedding day know a country neighborhood don't Til get the cat'if you'll ,show me the.top of the nearest hill there had '' .out.mnlberrU' They were and were fed perfectly a little coratoki wheat

:! : .rr, s. iat the '''be ," and: the unqualifiedly Why, it almost broke her heart change very rapidly. And when a your thimble," said Dock. been a 'long''service* prayers, psalms, the meat cod then; ktue<< /'. ;Two ise

r.,.f, |.*;''. Dominant: manner in which they took "Of course she called Chris, bat he story fastens once on a man '''it hangs And she handed him a'' rather large sermons, and allot a generous prodigality -' >are mulberry 85 atrhogs trees worth 8 >o 8?ft..For hlch best cost kind fSHOi-of,

, .,r.js.----.7. possession of' the premises, tamed said he hadn't seen it. 'She didn't like there as long as he lives. but thin and much worn thimble; madeofgold of time to which we.'in our religions -: berries write for new caralozu*whloti tf\t

.i 1 .1d/; ;,:.1 : him somewhat? ; and he:was content to to suspect him, but she could hardly "I know he used to try and get bet and marked on the inner,rim services of.. to-day'are strangers. 'free. .AddressW.D.B atleAtlantaOaiC "

.i':{' : '., .retire;with"me' to,a quiet place: inl the help.it And when 'she had lookedeve1ywherQ ter acquainted with the women, ,but with shallow traces of what hadonce, Then came .th' unbending' the' Piso's Cure cured' me. :of a Throat,>and.&.i:

"ii ( ",, :? ,.dining loom, after"the dinner things else 'made him .come in, when one would go with him.. time or been the inscription :' "Wedding gift lavish dinner the frolic of the little trouble or three years standing J,''
tad been cleared ,, and there tell and she searched him and ho cried two she would hear that and ; the talk beside the fire :when .Huntington..Ind.Novr.13;1894.,t >*.' 'j,
y4 ) ,away, ; story, -Ella Ellis-1845.:" ones, .... ........., ,
: r #. "' ." '!".I'meattory; '" and so did she. And they didn't have'much' hear it from so many that she would She looked in my'eyes and knew I the :parents drew upon ,the reminiscences -' Impaired Health la Not.Easilr: s i
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,. .J t >; .' .' -crY u know that '''Mrs. Harney they fun out. of that, Thanksgiving quit him. And he was thirty years bad heard her .father's story. And of fair, England, or. of Holland yet Parker's Ginger>For Tonio has attained:1

'"i1I, :; introduced'you to..a little bit ago," Day. I old when he finally married. Oh, yes, she took the thimble again and said : by the seaMany .. .m&n7CMf.'S.. .,., every,weakness amW:,, k'

\ ;1' kf i. ,he said; and I admitted that I remembered 'Well, neighbors; heard of it,' of he married right here in the neighborhood "It was my birthday present from a trothplight was spoken in If afflicted' with eoreeyriuee&" .. '

, "t -t:1---': her.I course. They all knew of.the thimble, and a woman. that 'had known Grandma Ellis Thanksgiving night- the twilight of Thanksgiving: Day. Ion Eye..water.Dniggiat seUat23apett

' :. ts.%, :,;.:; : >-, did in a way. Even as he spoke e. and they all said Chris might have him all her life. 'She.'knew the storyas ph, ever so many years ago." Youths and maidens.then, as youths; ( "

'kLh'io; {; ," ; the womaii'passed laughing 'throughthe taken it Some of them'said they always well as anyone else did./ They made And then she carried her smile and and maidens still-met and fell in love Gastric DyspepsI.:

r!i[! f. .';::', f,, '- room-large of. figure, graceful, had heard he was light fingered. cure of that But she said she didn't tier laugh and :her gracious' presence The beautiful story which newer grum ..

, 1 k -", ,:e'. ', fair ,and handsome, with dancing eyes And he left Grandma Ellis along about care. She didn't believe it anyway. among the women again-a 'perpetual old' was told by the ardent suitor to I i yqi\"r xa. '' x" '
,: r i.4'': :'> and'a gracious presence, wherever she holidays, and then the neighbors were'. And they said she had made her bed Thanksgiving wherever, went. the blushing girl in the Puritan home;.. And ? o"

; >i--.I,::' '. went;: -She had left her place at the sure had taken the thimble. and she might lie in it., as in oUr households yet :troublee4 mi '

' :t $44E. : .t. blue quilt* in: 'the', sitting room 'and "But he didn't go out of the neigh- .But I bet you there wasn't a woman "Long was the good man's sermon, 0Tel'a year..l:

errl' : ,: Joined herself to. the circle dewing* on i ired'in borhood. He' got another place to in West Township had, te better The American Thanksgiving. Bat it sefemed not so to me, ;worae<''and'gaa".

'.i ,;. 4.. the parlor.: live and he worked there that winter home than she had. Why, he' ;was a Thanksgiving 'purely',American For he spake of Bath the beauttftf, .J, hardly perforat|

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.2.1f:, ..... ; .Well..,,-said, Dock; "she's Belle, and the next 'summer-worked' there model husband. holiday; ''original in conceptionand :And then I thought of thee. :; household'I : ,

; 'k:,,' ". .the'danghterof'Chris Chafiee.' Ton: four or five years, I'guess.,.He .:was a HAnd the next year his baby was growing,from a small:beginninguntil After'all, the'worla changes littlein ':had.,.eeiers. '.; ",']"

', yr:, t/. :;. (. ,ought-to remember Chris,". d mighty good hand. My father usedto born-Belle, that's now MrS: Harneyin it baa reached the dignity of'a essentials as time -passes. The girl InmT:: ,
. '(: J' ."SOlne1myfar back"in, my boyhood say Chris was the best cradler inWest there. La J I've heard my mother 'National event. Its first celebrationwas will wear her blue or her orange a few 'l' peoiaJjy t ,

;{ r:. l., :...: 'm mo.ry, tithe,fair days when tiiis ; Township. Just before the war, tell time and again about that night. by the Plymouth colony in, 1621 days later this''yeai.bu on Thanks + treated; 'iiihf'
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't &1T;.,'... ''was my home neighborhood and these when he was grown up,.I heard a man Mother 'was over'at Chris's house, and -those sturdy pioneers'whosepiety; giving.day, as on all Days,' beloverwill 1 .' 'physlotRmontb'sr; {.

ili r i u.i: ,'#. \ people were .familiar, figures in life;, say one' time if Chris Chaffee hadn't so were two or three other women. was as'pronounced as their pluck;, who find his sunshine in her .eyes, and .. :-
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i 1j t :s1 .'' ',' there was.a Chris Chaffee. I could re. taken that< 'gold thimble of Grandma The baby was born Thanksgiving evening -' honored themselves by honoring their her favor 'will 'be,his highest incentiveto avetl,. Ire!. rtrffHodda. '

H..1t$ j 'member; little about him'' beyond |his Ellis's he'would,, be model. citizen. ,'about 5 o'clock, and along about Deity.The custom so:> became more manliness and nobility.-Harper's '. '" L. : ;.. -. "." T

l ": ,t/: 't._.'.'name,, but ,. hat was clear enough. Oh, yes';'it stuck'to him. It followed 8 my mother was sitting\in front of general,"spreading over all the New Bazar.. rilla, and having taken six bottles lamjt
$'(d ; ''!rh rly', .but him. You it's a serious in the fire that fat little from'distress. 'and aai' '
f.fo'!; : years may erase mach see thing holding girl on England States. After the revolution'it A Thanksxirin tJamt in'mystomaoh. |
{:[1 tf ,n". memory holds to'. the names. Still I the country for ,a boy to get caught her knees,.and talking .with' the women gradually extended to the MidclleStntes' ; < logger troubled with dyspepsta.'.;.:.JIis;3 .

i Y t '.p;}; fancied Deck :bad something to': 'say stealing-any thing. ; They. never forget about people being,rich if. theyare and later to the'West 'The game' proceeds after this fashion : cuUr F..nm Indian Palli,: 1C Y..:;Cf.i
growing .
Jl t' j ..a bont Woman : A is held by the.jl1dge/uall'y.R : :; -iI" :;t<< ,.
the map
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> and I told him I re.membered. it. born late in the month, when. they more slowly in the South.. ,In 1863 t "
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r;;;.: That: women,"'he continued, "will She. ,always would say Chris was; a could hear that front gate at i list of holidays by proclaiming a day two children, are chosen and .placed. in r .I. t;, 1'J", ,

; ;?, "twenty-four next ThUrsday. That steady' boy, and willing, if there ever Chris Chaffee's house., of' Thanksgiving, his .action being separate'cornerlJ, ; ; _'' .; is i the, \Olfy : j
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. ; li. ; ixs. she w&:8.: born on. Thanksgiving ,was: one. And she would have done "And the dog barked and the women promptly follow 'by' the individualproclamation Says the judge: ,,Nowbtrie. you- ." 'J r r
'{:' "1 night ..twenty-four 'ago.The anythingfor him. ',Lots of'times she sat still and listened,' and they heard of the Governors, represent New' York in that'corner: Blood: PunfiProminently'in'the
: years 'of the
.. tried, to' be friends with him but he walk along and I and Riohard,'you are' in. Moscow, imprisoned : ..
\ &, ; ; :day of.the nthchanges every year, stumbling the'path, States .who named' ''the same day. ; you'want to 'get and t' t. ['\ .&, ,.

1-.I" ':'C-. :'"' ,.. Thanksgivingas'herjbirthday.: : '' count' Since then, 'by. common consent,,the reach home by: .Thanksgiving away:-Day.,' ., pubUtij. }I tatHootTs .
J.ft .Yes .
first announcement of is found '
thedsy '
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You have got frbm behiud the walls-': t e q.t.
,; '/" 'iti'wtisChri6'snoti .He was an old in the President's proclamation,-andtbe' but what is T01U' directest, vicars I S'e&lr1ner.e: t IDc.rj": ,
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ltds; : '. ; genius,' if you .remember,! him., Well; .. day so named is also named? bytStates. home?" r, .- ::''" !: : s'Vj!
I :? 1' :. lie was. 'rf' 'TeGreatestfledlcaIDIst'
(" Q) Then'Bichard has to tell .each .
"l'/a" >J.1" ,?' ,": ; ., .. '"Youknow.wben-Chris was: .a.boy,' ,In many'ways Thanksgiving is 6ne country and ocean he crosses' sea get : .i of. the. .:Age. .., 5KENNEDY'S I
long about: ; fourteen years old I of bur = "
; .most !delightful eventS: It; home !
for the and.
\-- ;: y... xeckon-he'made'' his home 'at.Grand Q -, comes ;at a time when the 'rigors of 'turkey cranberry F J
'r' .r n '" '..ma Ellis's place. ,You know the farm. : I a, k ; s winter are not yet at hand. We have sance. If he can't do it successfully, ," .: ,, i t
i: .1t. Big,' .old-fashioned' frame house 'fire I he must remain right.on the spot on
1 at all '
h $: 1Au our disposal the variedproductsof Mdicaljscovery)
the floor where he stopped until he :
Places all ; !
anfr that Well
Grandma
i:( .t i ,' the soil,'and the time for a season ,
' : i.:.,; .. Etlis,was,one;.of the best housekeepers 'of partial t for the farmer is at hand. ; thinks out his escape.Other' ,_ .1t ,_
J.I' :jif;.',. in the country; made the best bread One the members"j of the game are <
of most features
delightful
fUS3
DONALD IEN EDT OF ROIBtJRY s
1 t) -:-hop-yeast ,bread, you know.. And which has become quite general, is. placed in prison 'at various parts of .. .'. .,. ". ..

,f ;:; '/ :he was a great sewer. When she was % the gathering'together tinder;.the old now the ,country.located in,The China favorite and jails, are oa Bas discovered >Inone, of our 'eoi "
, 5zazi i .Japan
married .
her husband .her -
gave a'gold 9', rooftree of all the scattered sons and posture weed a remedy thal.cates7 J t
account the interest in the wareA
Ii :?{ "thimble.., It:.jras.made from a $5 gold daughters on thiS day. ,Two, three .1. kind Humor. ,'from the\wont,, ScnofUlba
'' J ; piece he earned cattle leading question is "if you,':were 'put down '
; drIVIng' from and sometimes four I to a common pimple y '
generations thus : ?
z ':
f. 4y i': !Ohio to Baltimore long,' long ago- meet around the festive and hospitable in a Yokohama prison, how. would you He bas tried It In over elflrea! hundred" ;

i?, ,,'. a.:.', ; "\ before there were any railroads. \ table the old get back to Pekin cases and never failed except in twocasa' '*?
\ ",1} L: \ t ,"Of course she prized the thimble. r fraternal of homestead.and ,thus Soon the room becomes filled with '(both.thunder.humor). -He.,haa, now: au ,;
ties'
:. ;r.::i '. ':Five dollars Was a good deal of money filial strengthened. :and prisoners, all trying to-get home; half his possession! over' two hundred eeitl3'l
f: 1' piety encouraged. of them are, "stalled" in th'e cenk1"trYing catesot its value, within twenlltnileh,
;r1 ?!* : \then; and, betides, it was a weddingpresent
: Another
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and not less commendable e .of Bob-rn Send potat card for booL"fH| j
kt VJ./i.; .:; She used it off. and on all to think of the boundary line, : Abeuefitisaltfsysexperlencedhotntha,
feature 'of this .
:j ::1!}>,.-.J" : .her life<
fI( thing in the ,house she .thought notable.. Poor very the prison walls. 'when:the right quantity la taken.. 1.' ,;
" : 'I' 'people, to whom a When the has been ,'
) much of. game played. When the lungs are affected it eaasA -
;, {.if ii ', "It :was'Wednesday, the day before THEEE STOOD GRANDMA ELLIS. out good and dinner in .is a rarity, are, hunted frequently those,who j join in get very, rhooMng 'pdlns. like needles pasafDf;
! '" course- anJunostentatious'w&V'- are familiar,with the junction of countries thro&h them the same with the Lfte r
,, .ji': 1'. Thanksgiving! and of it was, to observe ; '
'i.. l.f>;l ". baking day. Wednesday :was, baking' was kind of shy. The neighbors told Chris got up from where he had been helped so far as its properly festive features the,day, and learn many' straight lines and or Bowels. This U 'cause l by the d1ZetIo la a
being
,
are concerned stopped and
:,j :,; ?3> day just as much as Monday was wash her she better leave him alone before sitting by the head of his wife's bed,. ; The sick and; suffering are : clever jumps that had not appeared week after taking it:always:. Bead disappears the labeL-jf :lIt
;;;. day. Grandma had been some she feasible before. For those who 'are' '
sewing off.
v but
., was any worse before he could cross the room the remembered in various The ihe stomach la foul or billon It was" x
fi/: }, ; buttons on Chris's jacket, and when she '"He went into the army when the door opened and there stood Grandma homeless are, for,the day,ways.made meD not quite conversant with geography, cause squeamish feelings at first '. ,
" QI :. '.' gohit done she called him to put it war broke out, and I guess he made a Ellis, with the gold thimble in her bers of 'some hospitable household easy tasks are given; for instance to .No'dhange of diet ever necessary.. Est,,;Y'. *

'1 r: : .,:: :, on, and then she went out to getherhope 'good soldier. Now and then letters hand. .*, where they can join in the :pleasures,. be placed in a Paris prison and find. the test you can get, and enough of -,

" :* >:;-.r; -:.;''. ,and scald them and set:her came home telling about the boys "Yes sir; that same old. gold thim Altogether this is 'its ,their heme to Boston. 'Doses one tablespoonful in water at bed ; ;
perhaps ,
best
: -&?>' *- feast.o' from Marshall County, and nea.rlyal-i ble that her husband had made ,from feature., There is Some' large games,are to be arranged ,timer. .Sold, by all: Druggists., 11
'f, j'N "She kept her hops, 'just as all theE ways Chris was mentioned. When i his $5 gold piece, and gave'her.'on her ,none which.affords nc pleasure7 lasting for Thanksgiving parties with _..- -fi$ y,

i fit'*r bid housekeepers those days, in a Brazil Bradley came home on furlough wedding day. as ':that, which to such us'from real joy favors for those who come out of three w.ria Fair t HIGHEST AWARD.
.... r.r... ,bag that would hold about half a bush- he said Chris comes the prisons suc6essfully.
; was a .good penman "She could scarcely speak. She '
ti '::;;.,,<\.\ 'el, and hung 1n'the wobdhonse :just and he might have been an' offi : had, baked the day before,'and had kindness knowledge, ,to that some we have of the done a real > jJPERIAI: i t ;
rt: t A e the kitchen door.,, She if it hadn't been for that suffering Turkey.
... her car, gold : felt something hard in the hop bag.. children of earth' in s
' >!..::\, >:<-< hand, 'took up about the right thimble.He was .a big, fine looking But then she had felt something hard some way The day of feas m tog draweth RANUM>
: : shook alleviated their sorrows or easedtheir\ And scores of,JL urkeys must ;,
it
die.
:quantity, free from the loose fellow, but of course every one in the in the bottom of that,;bag for years,' pains. of. soon-
M :! clinging hops, and put them :in a regiment knew'about that; and 'it I and never thought'anything of .it Last, tiut'not Get one that's yo TT ng and'sweet and tat WINSHOSTS'of i
least the Always
... J''f.: .. ., quart cup and poured, boiling water, seemed to hurt his chances. i But this Thursday Thanksgiving : .devotional And ,stuff it f U.11 of this and that .'

i Kt!?. .'".."'..; 'over them., ,' "But he didn't complain. He just 1 Day-she had .started to.fill the bag spirit the which is'the impelling :.motiveof With fruits dbe' its 1t, 1
is
: : day, encouraged and devel make iFRSOEpS wherever
f. "But the hop bag was pretty nearly went and seemed to think R'riessauoes
on if he j jcoaldl't with fresh hops, and had felt the hard And add prese. and cakes;
('"\}!: i-- ,i t' ,empty,, That made her think of the undo that act he could at] leas : substance again, and thought while oped, we learn to be more contented ..
I
," with our lot. thankful for''wha.t Ask Superior Merits become
: friends and
;. {i I. sew croP. Chris had gathered them get along without''repeating it. He the bag was nearly we YT\Indred all to come
+ she
(empty would And '
have and spend Than Jy
'hopeful for the at
future. sgiving home.
;..; :. .",: about a week beoreand'theyweiely. was wounded one time and homeon your
'
came emptyit entirely, and ? ahake it out. SafestiJFQDDforConYalescents
American kn& ls'.1he
,.., ing spread out on the end of the workbench sick furlough and got several 'recruits And when she shook' it i down Agriculturist. Let not the car TH1 a of life distress, wn It :: .3
. '?> {:.;:., in the woodhouse she among But .fill each gn JQfst with happln .'
; so gath to start back with him. But : the chips in the:Woodhonse rolled thas .. !
= 'eyed them up and put.them in the hop they left him just before they enlisted. : old gold thimble. It had been'fifteen Thanksgiving, 'D y';Exercise.PerleyT"Hnllo Revive t'h e jo *IT s of youthful' days,, l

It. bag., I suppose :those1 old 'women Some one told them about the gold years in the bottom of, that hop bag. 'Jinx! going to And for t h. JL,, blessings offer,. praise- Sold by DRUOOIST5 EVERYWHERE'Ooha ji....

never'run ou\, ,of hops., .The lapply thimble and 't ey said they ,didn't She had dropped 'it in there,that day take. Thanksgiving Day off?" .. Carle tit $oM' New Yalr
hl ; might run .out' oy fall,,but they are i want. to. have any thief pulling them' before Thanksgiving when she had Jinx-'JYes. Seasonable Aid;' ; -}-<
to
t stocked again. And the i Going devote it, to 'would' like to make last MARLIN, REPEATER.' '
always up : bag around over the country. finished 'sewing buttons qn Chris's athletics."; yo.or ,]F
would last a lifetime. "When; the war over Chris came jacket,:and had hours comfortable," remarked the *
'" : :gone;,to,get. hops for, Perley-"Good. What'kind. .. ?, Golfor "'',,
"While she setting her back and Humorous Dsan'to the -
was. :!yeastehe bought a 'farm up here in her. bread football?", Thanksgiving'Turkey : .
told Chria to go ,and,'split, some, the thick' woods.' It seems he had "What did Chris do?" ,said L Jinx--"Neither. ::1 ; "what can I do, for yon?" .,
'' kindling and"get the wood ready for afire been saving his money through the "Chris! Why when he saw'what it ; 'raised. : going 'to.earvatarkeyI e Thanks, awfully," answered "the ., ,'

,r ; : in her outdoor oven. Lord. I time he was in the service, and when was, and knew how much finding it There exercise myselff6r fo ?*!=ten people. Thanksgiving Turkey; ."if :you will JMe.lft 1S-SJ-A.: .lJo89 ctlfg ....!.

:.temember. that old oven well: It :wasPt.r he'came out he, had something. He : meant to Grandma Ellis, he just gath* Bazar .' ."" you. e furnish" the chestnuts, I'll' do the c Af O78Giid WerCattbr..r.Top and cy.The 81de Marlin-eJe FIre P'Arm'1;COo

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'I' :. 0'" The liq fie ti 'of. hasp been FrunkLIiie.TIMETABLEIN t : J -
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/O'r.fuaDitLl past indicate.that eight-cent cotton'does -, SPANISH. SOLDIERS. : 'i>, ._
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The south is i, b 1.ter 'financial condition - .
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I ''*';' -The"ditise of abawu eloquentlyfarid'bbldly than ,ba >=,pt.jnown. for'many .Colonel Fernando Fegner do, -the, So greaV ;has .been the progress 93 !'U.rl, 703p J5. .. ;&9.201''?'I'I'. .. .'o &. -_..: .:

i1(1 : : advocated at Philadelphia. years.. Cruj i>m l"en.good and 1 Cuban leader, of Tampa, Fla., is in receipt within the that it is j 55.p92.p g "... 10 6''a-*.4'' :'tOa .
aV meeting held under haY 'Eo d wtj;; m ; 84p 953 '. \ 4: I G I j."," .,. _.._-. .}..
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l.t T day:;.ngn! -\ X product; as in details of freely predicted.'that .in electricity. .... .... ......" ...... .*.. 'Er'ii3. -..) .. ...'.." ;. .: .., .. .
the auspices of ,the ;Philadelphia p injit 1 atrocities which were com-,' of .. .. < ;. .., -
it medicine tho future will' have its I .. ... 10 Sip .. : 'A.r' .
eusli'anfireserve. The the orange-gr fv''e.tio'n of Florida, mitted by Spaniards in Matanzaa .. 1 U.3 l' .- UijA ... ... ,i'
i 'brigade, ; ; f pro most helpful Uj.-. .; . I941p v 2 -!" ; ;,
address of the evening was is thero 8uy.15hirtl1gt"The. ( restrained vince.,, !... .. .. ... 5' 12864'i22. 1 lip & 20p.,; ...... ....... ..i.., .,' .' '.
principal.Oojefnor.Matthews,'of Indi'ana ,- output of lumber,' agreed '-npon,by'the Colonel Melino, who commandsaSpanish It 'is proposed to use' electric' motors ... ..;... ..: temhrough hrough 6SOa ... -r.... .O .....I... .' ...-, .... -J." '>
}, 'm de by ti drive the .of the substations .-.;.. .. .... 2 p'.n ." 1450 "' ..- ,. ti.
who "delivered, ihe speech upon association of lumber- manufacturers. regiment, recently'encountered -:: pumps which ...-.... .. .. .. : York"s 10J Q .; .. 7"f
Oni' heliAd' to is having good influence on the mar- the advance of Gomez's on. Lake. Michigan ... .. El 2M.. .,0 c. .. .. ..' _.
IoiL Treo that prepared gnard army .. .. ... j 5' ... .,
kets. assist the.main stations. in supplying ... .... "&.h .. P ...' ..,.'... g
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'deliver at tbeAtlpt exposition..QoyernorHitthews Supply .demand are more in Matanzas, and was defeated. While .... ,..Q 0 A e .J .: .* :. o. o'
Chicago with water .. ... .0 840* 9 'n .' ..... ....., ,. '
and ... :. 820p \/Up C.
-. :was followed.byv nearly equal prices' are soldiers under,Melino were in retreat, .;...... ..... 847" 98Sp ''& .;. :IK :4 ... ........ .-.r j + { tticcrir
i .Oonralea' deQaa. of .New. York well maintained. Large operators they met 4 group of women and child- Lead can bewelded'by'placing, a ..?. ...... ...-. ;Charlott andNe 10 IS 1048p ar'III : -7p .COla vi"tI .......... :-'-- e

_ the secretary of tho Cuban junta. M.de .. look for hgher prices'as ren near a little town called Cayopino.As .thin layer of .lead, amalgam between ...;. .... ... andCharlott 1140* UOOp 445t 0 .. .;... ...',-." 1, 't''fir
the 'and ... .......... 138% .. ....:. .' .. ? ft '
the season later, and admit'thatthe carefully cleaned surfaces CharlottoksoDTiUa 203* II -,
and the soldiers
1 Queaadi made an impassioned grows. passed, one of the women then the mercury .. .. .... .,.. .. 'lrin83uul'iia oksoDTiUaand 143p404p UL ync ... 24St ... ...... ....:- ,#;. ,- L, .
4 ,.--dramatic;'speech, appealing to the quotations they now: are give a made a sneering remark about vaporizing by passing ..;. .;. .;.. oksoDTiUa bus ... .. .,.00
fair profit. Cotton mills are doing a soldering. iron. along the line of ... llaand ." uawtn ... ... fls
.J f sympathies of 'he"audi nce, for theETh the Spaniards. The remark was over .. ......... .,.'lrin 880p. 100p 1- 'b. .
f : Cubans and asking that*they well, and are running on full time heard by the soldiers and so 'enraged junction. ......... ...'. 1125? .iOS'P-a .rS ._. ...... 1ifj..
struggling* New into that' .............. 256 "P Mp 4 : ....1.- .. ..;. .J IIB
,; ,b beMoognized belligerents by this .mills are reported coming them that they butchered everyone of It is said. the new woman and .... ..... .... 620. 1263pt...,ew 1'*, '2Op.: ..... ....,."r.. ....w.j' I
.w :government, Beeolutions ,of sympathy -' operation from week to week.most of the women and children. There were the .new man "willyet dine.off paper -' :1:''
> "and promises.to aid the .Cubans them the property mill managers ten women and about a dozen children dishes. 'It is not improbable that the Elegant. Thronzh Day Oo JaoksonTille >o Gnailoite on Noc. 37 tod 34. 3' -5'',

_ 1 t.,j?-.were.1 adopted.: .The resolutions',' also already in the business, and in someinstances' in the group. hat of the, future will be .of paper, 'HOLLYISPRINGSBOUTE, .'. c& ,

''\u'; .npon the_senators and represenjPennsylvaniaand. built on the'cooperative The letter says that the Spaniardsafter 'impervious to water. Umbrellas of ,0000mNATI-J oKsONVILE. To Sf. Loalt.'Ch>cgo.' Sionx dry.... 'i? .
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.. _t, '.tati1'eS' > ; :upon the'Jft1ro.h01Ue81 plan in which much .interest is mani shooting .down their victims paper have not yet been invented but ,----.-- -S .. No344 4 < ::'"" -' t N... $}(i" <

of congress.; when 'they fested. Iron is steady;\ prices we blabbed them with bayonets,:inflicting will doubtless come.in time. .' S_ uoToIe. s ?OpmLv..Jakcyib..Ar 820" '. r

j 'lI eet topsBs a concurrent resolution firm, the demand shows no sign of the moet horrible wounds. One baby In the recent 'races between the'Da- A J a 0 ClevIand1' a 'i 6OOsinLv.'Atant&.Li. 1050.-
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2Ungtheresid nt to falling off and reports as to decreased killed at its mother's fender and the the Western d s- Loni via;' o.s '
:. i recognize was breast and Valkyrie 2Q, zt a._ 2 750pm780am .'.;.,.Bol1Jhllnng..I; 7.20a': ,f : .
(!'; th .. ep 1io iof Cuba" uabelliger-: outputs are confirmed. The southern the bullet that passed through the, infant Union Telegraph Company had a telegraph -\01 c Naahrllla.Indlanapolia.. 1,.. _II ......'O..Y.'. ,.,-:.Is......\. 730o r(1

>. t' i,' .., iron furnaces are doing' more ,.also passed through the 'mother. office anchored near the Sandy r-- d 155pm730pm -.......Chi :,."' .". 185. pa, .? -r, ;
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f? .-om'\tteO ,of,..Philadelphia .satisfactory.business than ever before Colonel Melino made no report of the Hook Lightship whichwas in 'corn-' 730 703pm LrJaoks'TleAr 820am .... 7 00am, ,Z .en"1'1'.Du ,..-.."I''. 800l, ., I\"'
L brigade M ,will present.the resolutions to and every indication is,that the winter butchery. but it happened that two of munication with the shore through a 955a 843pm315am Ar.Ererett ..L8 20am .,.. _.n. ._ ( ".. ." t/""

p .' plr; Cleveland.! :;Captain W. W. Kerr, will be one of activity and prosperity. the women murdered were wives of theI I submarine cable. The"cable was'seven 450p 880p 500am ""''_'.Mscon.Atlnt. "" 130am1050pm ..;..;. 'Throoab Oilman' 'ateepers ftoraagh SLaDd beIwnW* .z'
JaclnonTille. Bleepen : : ?
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1 I .tassiatant'djitrict'attorney'of; Philadel- Coal mining is in very active progress Spaniards engaged in the sawmill business -' and a half miles long. 510am Lr Atlanta .... ..". cago nd:Jackson Yia ,With but.'Ona-.cbaiics.- vsjfi

__ ; t'r-phiai'made the most'radical speech ofUteevenlogvin'fsvor Induced by the steady demand which at Matanzas. Electrio incubation is not only being ;::::: 1000am_ ArCaatn'gtLT_ ...!.. .... ,' '>* ." "" "i. i*' .

J, 'of the .Cubans. takes the coal output ,as fast salt is When learned how their carried .- -. ,KANSAS CITY! I.INE.-Tbroa h'. Sleeper-- ;
they .loved in but is ,
Germany
on ,
: growingup ... 510am LT.AUnta..LT .... ... ,
HollT tsw "
I J ck onTille to Sjjr.ngt. Holly-.SpnngB
_ ,. D, ;' ladnKcrr...h attained wide noto- delivered from'the mines. ones 'hadbeen slaughtered they sent : into'a large industry. A Strasburg .... 1000am LrCbatngaLv.......',....._.'.K&DAU *"iy, (one chtnge-_..".) r'r V -'. .< '. ""G.7" :
Among the new industries J in the .... 7 45 8 OOam.....
the of the steam De
2 (Itrietjflat as owner Campos information of the horrible I electrician who has been experiment. pm No.84. i llusoun, ArtraiuM Indian"{No.:,83t-.,:I4" ;

"' ., .t.rv ahJN.L'..i1::and_LXauradaV. which. have southern states for the week there is affair and demanded that Colonel ,Me I ing three year- has found that with .. .5 I, -. unul.J"_..-. li _. ., -.lt)

; .. '1''JCC.!I: of'd.. g, filibusternIeziditions ;reported the' organinti n'at New Orleans lino be punished. It is stated that De I. the electrical Jincub'ator ninety D7 Coach on N
'. ; upon the shores La., of the New Orleans Edison Campos has ordered that Memo be" chick'ens' can ordinarily be :counted S (0)pm Ar.......Everett...-: ..'. LT 1-8a-. { t '..

_ .1 'l oi CubaU: I Cap tain", Kerr: ''boldly 'Co., capital83.000.000. to engage in oourtmartialed, and it is thought the I out of every 100 eggs dealt with. 83andSllOllll Testibnle.between JacktoaTille 745am Ar..AtJnf .......:'LT i
..., LT 2
Birminldnm.
and Cincinnati. 12 OOn'n1000pm Ar 55pm -
__( id\.his .right;. under the the business of electric lighting furnishing butchers will be sentenced to death as i It has been ascertained that ammoniain Ar:.....llempjiia......'...: L"Y 5201m ,5--y' .1. '?

I'-itpr f,,." his ,.conntry to land men electric power etc. ; the Cuban the'massacre is condemned ae, bitterly the air is the main cause-of flowers Close connection for.Chicago and all western Ism Mo.. .:'L'v1 Ullpulit1. ';

_' nnnltions of war upon 'the .coast. tobacco Co., of Ft Meade,. Fla., by Spavards as by Cubans. : losing their tints and colors. In orderto points. 2 5.00pm Ar..LnaaV1ty. ,...*... LTTl5JoT ,t .T.., 'r.'

Cubandthat' the burden of prei.doing" capital $150,000;, the 'Panama ParkLand them in. their 'natural No* 6 .. No 3 ,. ,a .
_ "J. "';this rested' Co., of Jacksonville, Fla., ,capiUl preserve and 13 No. 9 S h and West Vlerlda and, and 14: and 10 -' ',,' ; .!",
IL:15: g:' upon state as nearly as possiblethey should Orleaai.LT..iFernandioa..Ar. ,
DaDNew :
i\\ : and the Big Mining TL VDK ItRVIKW. D&il- DaUDaD: -. ,, ,"- .. .1},: '1''
_ t.. i1ancs. of bloCkade by $100,000. Stony be preserved between paper that'-has g -- ( .

I i8jIivEe! ridiculed and derided the Co., capital $100,000 of BoanokeVs. ,-' -- .''been previously saturated hi water ::::.. 850am1009am .... ; SCOpm350pm .:,-..;:. ;. ;.t. -
Check Contln'aes
In General Trade Still
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fC 4iptui nof Attorney General Harmon ., have been charteredthe Pen- having.one' cent. of oxa1i acid. ..... .< ;, ; ; ,1t% l _.

i3 ,J ItMi the 1ft.of.this country prevented dleton Lumber' Co.,' of Chilhowie, :Increase In Failures. per "aI' 950pm1050pm 10 00am1055am Ly..CAIlahn..Ar.. 64501600u& 345pm .",:.'t.--;.:... .<,\. ,,,., .
Joule made electro
from; this and' asserted Tex., capital, $50,000; the Kanawha Bracbtr et'8 review of trade conditions an -thagnet SCOpm154pm '" "'. '-'. '., ." ;
'ttitW| doing that 1 1313m1248pm 451m '
1201pm1285pm
1UiI4 orders Washiagton every Lumber Co., with the lime capital, of for the past week says: having an iron core of 1-25 of an inch Ar..,......Waldo..... .LT .4205760ani ,125pm 'J' '.',/, q.;J. :_ ". ". r'
.. "The check to general trade which in diameter and } of an inch long, xl0Ma "f' gj '
--* 'I.nMt"th: the St. Alban's W. Va.; snuff works to .e 185pmAr..Oa1nesl1e.Lv ] '
-If i' .wlll lI ", e: ports .0-- cost at Louisville Ky. and has been conspicuous for the past few I bent into the shape of semi-circle, S >doo ....... sopmr..Ced"r.......LT ...** 81Saml :t"t'A;',
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become $35,000 ,
)1" it.6A'8"'tea'h., a Spanish'jt,7irv and wound with three' turns of unin. 132m8C5am 133pm Ax..Rawthorno..Lv: 8S7m'SOQm : ;,y21'8i.m iV .
weeks still continues. #
't 1mtI 1t1t the Pekor Iron Works of Columbus, Unseasonablymild 201pmAr..C1tr&.LT .. ,'i-.zj% '
1201pm ,.
weather and rains have intensified sulated copper wire 1.40 of an inch in ..... .. .. '.*, ..t "i" '
GRT8"OF'LAB'OB. Ga., capital $25,000. A $20,000-cot- 238pm353pm Ar..8ayer 8'riug..Ly >;.i. ; -' Ii]
4'' ton compress will be 'built at ..Aberdeen this feature, which is more conspicuous diameter. It .weighed } grain and .' "d' **... *...Wtr%>.......JjTLr .150am : ,.-.. {t."
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'1i! T j.: lJ m: .. ; where the decline in carried 1417 grains which was 234 ..S..... ..... .HomMtt88* ..-..Ly ..:.. .' .' .i .
i tJa Rules Against Walters in .Miss.:; a $15,000brick. company, south times its own weight.Don't . 2'im 350pm420om Ar.,...,...Wildwood.......LT 11M & : ;)" .
p'4vsitJndgeeEtectd. is reported at'Belton Tex., and a the price of cotton and consequent 605m ?........Leesburg.,.'.. ..Ly 11 lOpu 1 -' : >:.' '
_. 'it : .$10,000 cooperage at Macon GA.; check to shipments are held to be d 7 S5l) 447pmAi'.TaVl.!..."...I T 10 20pml .' '.; .'.
: .queatiooV! minority represen : Carry Coin in Thunderstorms. 950am 815pmAr.-.Orbndo.Ly 00pm j'
; But the demandfor ci)
partly responsible. 1
'ton'mill Aberdeen Miss. I
.. a at ;' ... Ar..Winter Park.... 790am ", : .'
t.I d by the Knights An incident ha occurred in' Eng- 650pm LTx485pm J <. .' !
,
increases the
a cannery* at .Alvin, Tex.; a staples on appearance S 6 52>Hun 429pm451pm Ar..8_ C..the1'1u'.Ly1 ispra '92am r. r.cr" \'l -* f.-
1 < irln their(session at Washing- flouring mill at Stuart, Virginia; of seasonably cold weather, the land.which goes. to 'show that people 548m Ar........Lacoocheo..LT 1043pm1024pm lOa '' : :; :%. .
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Jl t [ sentiment- is for agive 'and a harness factory Charlotte, N. result, being large orders for woolens' whose pockets are loaded- with coin ;_ 607m718am 508pm Ar....Dad O 1..LT 649m748un _' .) .'ft J. -

'IjffiiSSWiiQnteprateaUiion. minorities. s shoe, rubbers and holiday specialties."Complaints should not be caught in a .thu der. Q 611pm Ar..Pl&I1.CU1.L"Y ? 13pr* .',\ :. ...s r T.. ."< .:*".)1.
__ 0. Ice factories are reported at Alexandria ..... .
are made in Texas of storm. A cabman\was passing along a'' 830im600pm .710pm Ar.1'amp.. .LT. SOApm ,00am ", ,.... .t. iI'0 > "".
C. .
_ ] La. and Morganton ; a -- ;' :' 4f
: etIofl'gjflt'saloon men machine shop at Toakum TeL, and si reduced shipments of cotton and'crop footpath'shaded bytrees when lightning Jot 900m Lv..Ja.cbonvffls..Lv 71Hm( SSOum340an :: / .r \ .';!i"1
: I'f and'ibarkeeperswas': ,discussed. estimates there are again ,lowered.This'is flash struck him and killed him ,. 1043pm Il56m Ar..LekeCIty.Lv 518am > :../. I tk
at Meridian Miss.Woodworking "
match
1 e wiwUlbe\changed;; in, favor of factory : instantly. flu body was only slightly 5 1215m200uo 12400m ....;..LiT80ak..L'Y 484am IMam .'.,', .tii-f
contrast later '
to be estab- in to reports of ....LT 385sm1201am : \ ttrrra
plants are lS4pmAr..Ma4i.on.! ; ,: ; : jJ
:otters who act'as marked of his clothes !
s' _-, ;jVtiien or barkeeplpttrp6se -, but some parts t .
'h'' limed at Lester and Little Bock Ark.,' the probable size of the wheat crop 420am 22pmAr..MonticeUo..Lv 210m 1030pm380pm .: : :'RK
?( er$ o1y.temporanly. There; U no which, the were ,ripped into lirge vertical 'ribbons ., 630dmTbrongh 387pm432pm Ar.'f&l1a.haa.. h .Ly 140 ijC .
amount .
.* t!t67loogen. the' rules"of thecsgsist's&1oOumen.wIo New Berne,, 'N. C., and Pearisbnrg, now place nearly while other parts were torn to .... ," ........Qutney.......t. 1243anliOlUB 885pmAlSpo_ .4 ". l
't Vs. Waterworks are to be built at 100,000,000 bushels larger th n.the Half 513pm1100pm Lr..BiverJanctIon... ...LTLr .. .. P- 4t{i
shreds. the inner of each
!I, are uppers : : ', : .
J ; ,per.'arUjjhabnIzi Ourley Ala., Spring.eld.- .Tenn., and crop report last spring. t Pullman .... .Penaacpl .......;LTLr..Mobi'e. ft 20pm2Upto : _:. 5 r
_ i' "While perhaps textile manufacturers shoe was gone.,the metal eyelids of the ffleeoers Jacksonville 305m .......;..LTAr. .: .a ,.; -: :.. :', ; 4'.}.,
1"r. ;impbrtant resolution" ; baa beenJroadrandireferred Weimar TeL Among- enlargements' outer being burned out and the right lo New Orleans 7S m_ ....'..New.Orlfann.... LT_ 9'11o(4l'<' 1t.t'1i''f. ;. .'
( are brick' works at Beaumont, TeL, are fairly'.well employed they declare A.' !--fll.
T
'J" :to the r solutionaomdttee' flouring mills at Bell Buckle, Tenn., it is without material profits. shoe'was. blown cmpletel' tefoot .x .except Bunda/. 't Comnectlimj at Tampa for 61 pBter bnr .-.>*&:H. .' 1'
/ di"
8eiaerfMnfee".for
% : demanding :Jthat :members Kef West and Hrna steunen. tllpointipMa
t '\.l, pf.;tha United'Static, supreme court and a oott n mill at*Selma, Ala. .The Wool remains quiet with a' fair'iuquiry the most remarkable point Waldo steamer for Melrcm. Connects*t T Uh.isee for St..larD Cw beDa and 'C.ii 4

r.{ j: "f 1.:11 '_, new buildings of the week include a although manufacturers are not about the dash was'the\ fool*. Connect ai Biter Junction for Chattahooohee rirer teanur, 'Ooaneot ..:'
UIIIJ cte&bj'gneraFyote. block at Charleston adding to their stock. Uncertainty I, lightning way Homoitao' ," 1
i"1" tepinoverein present $30,000 business to in which its direction.&inflaenced.. All bwraice will be checked from Veins Depot_ TickatJ Win iiill be old *t the AgeaU'i ;. $'.
of, leather checks of 'h
J following resolution which -;was S. 0., a $18,000 church at Bussellvffle prices buying I'the mn's right offloe, 202 Bogan street, as well a4t. lbs Union'Depot ticket; oSloa. ': t\

_- k4: adopted b/tuxaoimout vote: .: Ky.'a S50.000'oo1ege Georgetown, shoes by'reai1ers, which depresses the fourteen shillings in silver" ,. and S S .JE.1U.BUALL. v ,.:(:
\ Tex., an $18,000 'courthouse at Pulas.. manufacturing industry. There is less, Ticket.Acent,203 West Bay street, corner Hogan;.ackaomrllla. })j /
rt- &. VbeisEliesupremecourtof the in his left inside breast pocketwere ,N.B.1'E.'iNlNGTON. Trame Manager. A.' HAODOSELL 0 :!.

:f.:.r\TJnil d8tleshaa affirmed.the decisionfJudge.Boswhich ki City-Va., and' one to cost $50,000 demand for iron and steel and pricesfor thirty-seven sovereigns and twenty.I .* -.. :.Oqjcr, *!.Paaaenget. r? .''":_ ,
: decision raised .at Winston N. C..Tradeeman (Chattanooga standard varieties are lower, about eight in a'. common ,45 :' '
a )
: Te one-half of. the year's advance having haU.sovereig # ,., 1" S '.1; S S t
n.) '
,I .t exneDprt&a felony and sentonr$4locs1'OfficersPf ,. : been purse, with .a S 'r 'J'I_ _,, .
lost.Marked. .
$ { : .the" A.. Jt. TJ."at Los I metal,rim. In the waistcoat pocketon !

I f c" rQa1 lpri o for nineteent. S A NEW.NATIONAL FARK. Increase,In Failures. the right.was a silver match, ,box .t >. # .J.,- '!'.'
"Business failures show another L : .
S also a silver The gold coins ., .
rR..ODt IJ '. watch '. p' "d <
1f.iq .. _. r_.. .., .Tte.) :decision of ,the13jThziteaStatei Blue and Gray tq Meet InVlcksburg marked\ increase, numbering 323 I were found states of fu. : > l
_ s : supreme court places allif'J1 and Locate the Battlefield. f\\ broughout the United States against | ion, some being welded together and :THE CLYDE STEAMSHIP GO. ;, 1t 4

t jlAbOr'OXg: zatione. 'In. the role of. A dozen generals and, other officers 279 last 'week, 295 in the week a year others only'partly fused on one' side, .It I "- .' :, f.. [ .
? wore'the blue left the ago and 358 in the third week of had been with ; ..
_ -f criminal opnepirators; and, who Chicago'for 'a though they splashed r j .' .' t.." .
_ November 1893. The bulk of the increase \
molten
metal. of both the
meet }
;j f M l Wbereas,.Said decision affirms that south Wednesday- morning to Many gold : ': .', '\'. .tt

m|i' i'greater penalty can be imposed for a representative leaders of the gray to 1 I is in the middle and western and silver coins showed fusion of the ... '.1Ji'.\..,. ."\ ',' e f' ."'
state .
,*_',|onipiraey t nit crime than is arrange'details foi a petition to congress ? milling of the edges only.. The .I r ." ,

;_ W imposed:lor\ :the odmmission' the ,to'make the battlefield of Vios- Notwithstanding continued evidenceof I watch, which was covered with splashesof 4 ";" 'i '' !. (
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: yh
:;., crime itself.*. .v ", "'' .' burg a national military park.. They a moderate reduction in the volume metal had a hole of a quarter of ant &fS&gfc I .. .. .t"I t..
'' .' of business in recent weeks the total inch in burned through its M .' > l
i :- BeaolTea,*That this general aesem- form together' the officers and directors diameter > !.. tiT.It. ,

j 4btj!i of the Knights'of Labor,earnestly of theVieksbnrg Military Park value of bank clearings continues of j'S outer case. The finding of the inquest ,._.0 J._-' ._, ., .T. ,t.
large proportions-Sl.126OOO. that the attracted the a .i' if"C. _- '
" ,t 'protests against traveriity on jus association organized last month. The was gold- I 7 .. ..' ..' *f',
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which while it is 3.7 per'cent. less lightning. '5 :'i
the battlefield swill be accurately located :
Atlee andoutragO on liberties of theM S
: people,: and eoDdemne said court;for and.the ground occupied by both armies -- than last week is fully 10 per cent. I The path of the current was though NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND, FLORIDA LINES il; !

.if V5its part{a'rtlin' :in'tte interest.of the: 'in the contest'"ill be gone over by larger than in the corresponding w ek : thehead to the gold in The magnificent Steamships. Line'are appointee to sail as follows;, ;

i I p1nt tiotolas6es, and its'abrldgemeQt'o .the'members of the association. It ia last year nearly 18 per cent. ,larger .breast pocket,thence to the right Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways. '. ', *:,t

; -cni: '' :; *,.?the'conititutionai rights of hoped by this united action' congress than in the third -week of November trousrs pockt.containing the silver, From New. York. Pier 29,E.R. Standard Time-Steamer.,For Charleatoa From.1acbo1 and New'. Torife.;'Flv ..,*e"i-', V/.

- the be induced to make an appropriation 1893 and 2 per cent. touching wttch on its way. One '
; : labojng'polo. : may of the the Tuesday, Oct. 29. at 8pmNOT. .... 8E3IINOLE Sundar, Nor. 3, at 4'3D mi .4" ::11'
than in the jurymen expressed opinion
r ,In sufficiently large to confer the more correspondingweek ... .*
) :.Bupporting/the ,resolution Mr. Friday. 1, at 3 pm. CHEROKEE Thursday, .7; at '700 a m .
c 'SQntef&1l.d ihat the* battlefield into a' writable monument of 1892. No less striking thana ,'that had the deceased not been immediately Monday. 4, at 3pm .... IROQUOIS Sanda,., 10. at 10) am. ,:vrf.
f : : Imprisoned 6, .... ALGONQUIN Tuesday i" 13. at .12 00 : .j
( head .would Wednesday at 3pm m
under the
tree
Qj t, ;men'had served:as>'committee during honoring, the. soldiers 'of both sides'I week ago is the comparatively long'list I hi Friday. b, at '3pm .....SEMINOM: Thumday. 1. at l ao j>.' : t'..
probably not have struck first, M .. CHEROKEE 17. 5 SO ,.
the'iikneOfthem rail- who died on the historic spot. I of decreases of prices for' staples, Tnesdiy. 12. at S pm. Sunday at a <. .
.,; ; .urging but the gpld wquld have received the I Friday 15, at a pm.... IROQUOIS Thursday 21. at T 30 niaa *
iron and
vrosd m.annot: to take the place of the among them bessemer pig I f Monday 18, at 3pm ...'. ALGONQUIN Sunday. r, 34. ,t.' >am .ol''i.,
strikers.. .He asserted that inter METHODISTS.INSESSION.. steel billets; wheat corn, oats, pork charge hrect.-New York.Tme I Wednesday. M ,20.i at 8pmM ..... 8EMINOLE Tf1e rr,20. at 22 0>", m' .. ,: o ,
.
, no ,
Friday 22, at.Spm .... CHEROKEE Thursday; r ,28.at.jl, p ib ... t:
ferenee," nd.no lard and coffee among food product, M .... D 1,. ,,.
f threats had been made S Tne day, 26. at 3pm IROQUOI8! 'undar. at' 400 o
jfand the :engineered ,toialktothf Bush Bill Unanimously Endorsed and and cotton petroleum hides and live I Fall Blooming Pear.Iree. ,Friday. 44 29, at, 3pm .,.... ALOOXQU1N Thn4da7. :;: 0. af S aPam', '' J, .'..:'Ji, .
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committee. The resolutionS Leglalature Asked to cattle and hogs. Practically unchanged Charles W. Klein, of Flatbusb, is "'
.
*" then passed.with: the nnderaUnd The annual session of the .North' quotations are reported for the owner of a dwaif, pea'tree which Philadelphia Charleston and, Jacksonville:Line ; i ,

/ SI''Ing);.that would bo .supplemented Georgia Conference of'the M. E. turpentine and rosin tobacco leather, has attracted' considerable attention For the present and until further notice steamer ema&gee"fe., intended.. : r :

S : for the election of the Church; South convened in' Elbertonat lumber and coat ; from travelers on the Lenox road., to sail from Philadelphia for',Charleston Wednesdays, anJ,front .rlee OIi;" ',.' :l

; ppIter'byone aprem ,court judiciary' popnlbTots. 9:80 o'clock Wednesday morning. t By some.freak of), nature ..the tee for Philadelphia,; Cloee connection" made at'Charleston with Clyde>; if, ';:

I $W Over two' hundred. members were PRICE OF SALT DOUBLED. has mistaken the season,and, although Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and ill| Florida points.. .H j

present. --- f ;it has borne one crop of pears thisyea Also Philadelphia and interi r.pOints via Philadelphia. ,'. .I .

; it v ;STILL MASSACRBINQ.Twsaty Bev. J. W. Heidt ,D. D., was Packers Being Bled by the Trust to ; has bloomed again. .1

r. ,r j4t. the Tune of $500,000 a Year.A rain of last 'swelled.its. RIVER ,"
S '. selected secretary. He appointed several Te Sundy ST. JOHNS INE. .. ..
;.VUlaces Borned and Three
and the the .
S_ assistants. Committees on books Chicago paper rays: The leading sUahine .

r' ,.Adiipatch, uidredPeopIeMuMereiL from, and periodicals,'bible 'cause, temper packers in the stockyards, as'well aa work of covering the bare limbs of the For Sanford Ent.rprlsl.lnd Intermediate Points on the S John's Rlfar. '
..t : Constantinople says Sabbath observance the lesser worried the saltcombine' with blos'ml The fact that the .
tw ance and were appointed ones, are by i tee The Elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamer "CITY OF JAOKSSVILLE"q
?'I nty Tillages northwest 'of Aleppc is sheltered from
ya (
S Si(have been"burned and their inhabit by a rising vote. ? which has been raising prices is norherly'wnd W. A. SHAW; is appointed to tail from Jacksouvllo- Sundays, ? -
ats thought by
The conference unanimously en- until now it seems the effect of the salt"trust's" M. Ken partly f '
8 and SanfiajrJ ,
:33
iaaiuLwA.5J.The .- Ir1res 'count 'for .-New Tuesdays and Fridays at p. m., from ,Mondays,
dorsed the anti.barroom'bill and squeeze will cost the packers 9 m.y ,
at Marsh the York Herald. Wednesdays and Saturdays at 9:00. m. Enterprise j30, a.
dispatch
,
it. Much matter of
asked the legislature to pass a $100,000 or $500,000 a
t. ( sys,-took place in the'presence of the routine business was done and a' --5 SOUTHBOUND-Read Down. SCHEDULE. DOUND-Read '. '

' ..t :iurk1sbgovernor gener.aI Tho did not ministers year. r salt been advanced in Building Up.Jerusalem.. Leave 330 pm ........... Jacksonville ............:....... Arrive 3 30 aD :' .k1
.Bock has
interfere number of new continued ; price .. If 45pm .............Pftlatk ._...................... Leave SOOpia. '
___ .to.stop'them. Upward- of on triaL S nearly 100 per cent. The packers dispatched :Flour milling, has become an im- 300 am ................. ..A5'nr ...........'; ...:.... 308 pn. .
:" ,thr3bundedperons.werekilled. portent The M 430 am ............... St.Ira acts ...'.._.....:....... .e 130 paa 'ifjt'
trusted tdfind out wheth. .
Th Kurd mon ,' indut Jerem ** B 30 am ......... ;.. Beresford ..................... UnOOD .
J : according to this disare1 Kentucky's Anti-Foreign Tax. er'salt can be bought elsewhere. ,Their _oduct fo inland ** 6 09 am ....... ....;... Blue Spilngs.Banford ....... ;........:. .. 1130 ana
S ,L..pa h,, ,/gathering' upon the Eunratesjand have returned and that consumption, none' exported. Arrive 830 am.. ............. ........... ........... .. tOO ana
tz||| ; .preparing to,march into The court of appeals at Frankfort, agents combine Have report_ During 1894 be .M i 25 am .. ... -........ .... tnterprse ...........'.....!.:t. 930am
has the seems to secured 28,0 5" 5
.t fl.81riaf or:tbe.purpose.of. massacreing Ky.2 per, cent upheld tax on the each statute$100 imposinga business everything. Packers instead of 82:75 and 80,0 Backs, of 191 pounds eh Ceneral Passenger 5 and-Ticket Office 2O4 W Bay 'street JackSonville .

.. _" t. in the state a ton, are'now paying $4.50 to $4.75 Krere produc The wheat; is ob John L. Howard. FlortdaFre1ghtAwent,- F.M. IrcuunonEer,Jr.Florida PMaenger Ase*t .
by. foreign corporations, tamed valley and toot Hogan street,Jackcnvffle, Fla. > 2C1 W.Ba str.et.Jackaonyille. h'ia '
; eC1cie4Ap1aI& the Bell .Telepnona in the case of the Southern and Build for their rock salt. JCrd in Jerusalem 3L H. Clyde.A.T. iUBowling 'A. J., Cole General l'aaev'rer Agent.: .
',United 'court ing association of, Knoxville. It,is maria Thee"are a. a OreenTNew York.Theo. S B Bo'niingoreenN. Y. .
SUtes supreme
r
a .jjue eleven mills 'driven horse-power.' G. Egtr.Traffic Manager J.A.Lee'le,Hupenntendent.
____ dial t f 'denied the motion ,of the Bed Tel- claimed that this will drive twenty-five A Poitofflce Bobbed. In'Jaffa onlya Bowline Green New York. foot Hogan rtr*.T.JackaouTllSe" tl, *. ,"
1te'Compan1 to dismiss the appeal associations,'doing a business of half a Thieves broke, into the postoffice at ae'st'quantity m is im. D.D.6.Mutt G.F.A-.12 South Delaware Avenue. .' '

_;. !*ripnited States"'in the./case million dollars, from the state; on ao- Summit, N. J., blew open the safe and ported very into Palestine, and that ,onlyof > WM., P. CLYDE 6t .CO.., Conoral !Agjonta, ,

;kTolybg the Berliner speaking micror 'count of being unable to compete with secured, from it ,over $5,000 worth of the finest sort.-Picayune. 12 S. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia.. ,: 5 Bowling. Or .enr New York.' i''
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.r'.p-' -f'-J"'i'" "" !k' .ID, "'" thank my. for : liberal patronage. Iscalved: o ,! my' stob]['

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.. ,"'N w;;"IAil.i..Ii.waPl is'!t" b 1. tjUrrBburg". : .* cheap for cast., Come stud :lee goods knife in hisWnd, .. ;'and.I hud.. n1n1l1Ilm..." '' '
,. 'r' \ :'8 ::' :;':i',:!>>,'''''' ; my. Positively the one Remedy for thetreatment of ftn woo1and
: $ .' .. 't that Iced( loaned : ; 'cottQ: :
fi ', >>I.J: '.6..: .\. !;: '*"";: '" [and get'prices. McMurrr.,. of : /' : John ('urvi r testified. he : = : :;
his knife :toDriggers earlyigtheday or
at'
j> : 1 'weiated. : :'Truby.bter.KJTWWWJH ;: > -'Mr.;:::F.H.; o"ard"land agent, of ..theJ. NEBVOUS'EZHAUSTION' the killing'; :and identified. the'knife said C. .'. .''J .
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J..; t .lJct'.....'In'' :..:i.1. 1r !; T. ft I[.., W. railway, 'despprted ;with Simple and Alr8'ravatedforms. of, to have: "been found, 'in DnwJi g'4. hand 9 -. .. ..;.'.'n... 'f..:',<" .
.. '" !J< < the quail in'the vicinity of Siarkc Monday )0' :;.i' !.
..eltiuiitkttii11e.y'our'bilL; ..Tate ; DYSPEPSIA .. as'Mil, ... ';' t. "" tiI'l .. "-
< \ '*.*, "iUJ'-.' .-. with. 'Mr.. 8.. F., Hanford and,'others.. ,I The tesilhiony' rof hhii*o. persons coverstho f.THOMPSONJS ;\'
:".-.'.PLi:.J V.-.. ; -U-K f -' ; A.nd Palpitation of the Heart. \
main iclIl :s oT the case established FltTING-COR's-EtS'AT: MAKUFACTUREB
_ All prelcriptteassent to.'the ,store of -. par GL V' gpBitiEs'finens
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JliliHfcprtxjf -
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: *$ ?pits :Truhy; '
.. :; : :: ': by the prosecution.: Other, were .. .-, ; .
; the Starke Drug ..Company'are' filled by .. ;
: 51' *. "
*. V Does food after Are', ,_' *' :
,, and .your eour eating youDully called ..but'cl1)y) to corroborate 5. the.testimony c ," ,>i..J'1 .\',
Drs, Powell Stewart. '
TbeIreate.t '
.fIt! .J; iaiLipaper; ? at''N..13.Iinll's;', .: will care is given tuUie' -compounding. of pre- confused a.Dd exiltcdf .Do you get, up in already given or to prove! some ',' : $f--;''-t

""U i" the.morning toed and .UI1retreshed,gad.ylth a : small '- Young ; UtS
particularThe
.D stxiptiotiiaod.d.accut&c1 is guaranteed?_ _
Wi '" bad nits 1a the moathfIt I taking of evidence for the defense r

')|2Agooi: .1. tr'; .t.mr..jJUi 'for 'II_ 'eeatsiti There. are'two'tbI igI ''to consider, when there a dull, cloudy. Mnution, attended. >y I was begun'Wednesday morning.. Simon< Collars Cuffs {'1 ShfrtiI":

'. at..cr._.-...GAlvarea'a.. ;.. you buy goods iod\..that Ii price aDd qual diM .. _
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'. -nuatr7Tiraittre:t ; 'J., W ,KelluiijShoeslShoesl ity. We baTl'botb';; besides, an unlimited AT you Irritable and restless! was the.first witness .called to

-.l'. 'W.'towBMondsy. '_ sockto.elect. from,'.so when in.needof DOM your heart thump and caiuo you to gasp the stand His testimony 'was to the effect Hose Shoes"Jlotb; fl

,r. .\.?:, goods come and,see. us. We are lure to for breath after climbing a flight of stairs! 'that he was with his father :at the ,. .. ....1".f'
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..-t. 'J.( I.better;';and cheap please you. Truby, Bternburg & (".0'. Does It'dirtreas you to lie on the left side! store when Dowling rode upon his mule. etc.' '4 .. ji:J-":

f; '" pyVtoerbouse in towa. Come 'Richard 'Hah you.impaired memory, dimness of'yiw Dowlingsaid-tp.Tiis'! l father that he had 'S ".: r.: ../. <.
Mr. Henry O: ; who has been .
1\: : conrlnced.: ,J, II Alp ion,'depression of mind and gloomy forebodings come for a settlement. His father 'replied : t\' r.w't ""
'" 7 engaged in the.construction: work'of, the J ?r: .
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"?:" --4tt! '. 'J,, ,'- that be didn't think Dowlicg had .
.'} / atutotdiisgbter extension of the'East eou, Railway .These symptoms mean that you are suffering done him right and was due him an apbl* PURE LARD AND -BUTTER' A. SPEgrocerystocfcli. t T1Y :

) r"ot'r.' and :Hri, from West Palm Beac6to'. !> Biscayna Buy; from and Nervous Exhaustion. Oowltni're: 1ied that be had ,no .. .. _" . .... .N ,.#. .. .-- '..>>_,_. _.. 11.--
Dyspepsia
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tWb: ; D D: 'wbo has keen TtryiiC, baying completed his.work; for toe present apology) to .offer and wouldn't Dive any. ;;t-L.
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There is other extant that baa r.-
: t7- during:&hJ.t! ; is visiting bis.wife' and baby in Jack. no remedy His. father then said that he supposed :' '

Liitiowpronounced: oat,of danger sonvtlle. done so much for this class of troubles as Dowling was trying to bulldoze him.Dowlhng M :
:.''' that if be hadn't be :
'i'h'H.'i) f .. '! replied ,
l t.rtd"gUmn Q E. -Haas" ,'b. P.'_Hanford and, Messrs. M. .MoDonsld and R. K. scOn.SCARBO.DlGESTIYE ; would. ,His father said that he would jJ ...""" .;...'"

Sutton, of .N rtb' CaroUna. been not have it. DowJiog.said with an oath. 1 t Flour Y.
:Preitetl. expert' nlmiods of GreenCore l.b.lfe ,\ comp e. e 'V
i D. 'have the fine looking over the country contiguous to *. COMPOUND. that be would kill* his father. Ho leaned ; ,. ':
Bprlnrs, (en joyed quail
down his mule towards the '
'
oyer gun.. '
t iboetc 'this. section Starke during the past week with a:view of '
affordedby. duringrtfpjyg which wad leaning against the corner best &t $4i.
If yoar cue hag resisted the usual methods of patent
:few:'dsya.: of establishing a turpentine. farm.:, These : the house. He turntd away and did not ,
gentlemen hare had much experience in treatment we are particularly anxious to hare fee or hear any more until the gun fired.; 'i

t ifPoowaat'aomelldngthat. off. .
tell
/ ajlbi'ef that, candy' at N.M1re'Itners B.' this ,section has excellent turpentine We guarantee relief it) every case. and will Mrs.Dowling Driggers. wife of the accused, ; ;

; ;; ;. building..! ]}: Try. those limber. cheerfully refund your money should, our remedy testified that sha.heard Dowling curse bet Hams: best ::12: f'il' ;

1J.. 4ate''O: : am,peppermints. They 're "' fail to produce the most gratifying results. husband and say he would kill him. very \ ...
B 'td Uciow...,.WehaTe tried them. To beUore ID a:.remedy is ,the second Please remember that the appellation Patent E.. W. Driggers.,the elder son of the 'f J# "'" } .
3 ..", : ',... ,\ .- step. You must first believe in the man Medicine( does pot apply to defendant testified that lie was in the Green.coffeea d'ir()

; .i othiagbditseicing .as a' backing who offers'.it. Ramon's Liver treatment bouse with his mother and beard Dowhog:
his father and he would kill him. "
Scott's Carbo-Digestive Compound. curse Bay
f : W ;.viNothlng'so; : foolish as to"suffer is one of the most famous remedies of the Witness testified that the wit ness Carver
; dangerous last hundred For biliousness it It is a prescription put up by a leading pbystcian'who ed ble ded.co }_ ? :
tJ1 U albs.: ;Nothing. eo. aiillotrs l'' : years. came to the store while they were eating

d.to.Dib1ue;: ,One )Minute cCougFCurtKglm" h is as much ahead ot th., ordinary liver pill has made stomach and nervous troubles watermelon. 'He bad eaten with then .

.immediate ,relief. StarkeDrul as that is superior to no medicine at all a specialty for years. and left his knife behind him. (This Java and :MoclraBuckwiieat :;:* :* .
c>r and was. the knife that 8aid'tn hare been ,, ._
ti Co We urge our readers not to suffer sick- We court investigation earnestly urge..all found In'I>owling's hand ) 'icr, )f1f r.

headaches when twit a'' pleasant relief is physicians to write us for the formula ofSOOTT'S M. M. Dri ,;ere, the defendant said he 'Ne '

.lHlaei Hato Burroughaand Josie Flem.8tsrkefi"Bost at.band. Only) 85 cents at Btarke Drug C1RB0-DIQE6TIVE COMPOUND, to'd fowling on the morning that he wenton ad,

; jdr iDSt1a: .pf): churning and Co.'s drug sore. Sample dose free-.-.-lryit which we will mail on application, that they Simpson's bond that hrh thought it was + :.' i j..r.'i i
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':ari lotglble O Dr.ladies ore guests of'Miss s may satisfy( themselves of its harmless character mighty poor business for him to go on the F .p... ......y c .
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In bond of a man of that kind. Dowlingtold Syrup.S : 1
arrived the
Ms desFInlsyeo; having .
? and excellent virtues.Scott't him to hush He insisted that it 'fi .
: There could be welcome up. '. ,
1iD ity.Fndsy ; Ker4utbouter. no guest more ; !
: 'TeDlal.-.c :
:i7J1 y was not right and' Dowling told him the "S :
? : .. at the Thanksgiving ,festive board-no Carbo-Digestive I Compound he had said enough and to shut up.' He :
? ';' '- friend give no pleasure of a healthy kind Is the most remarkable remedy that science has went home and sent a note to I>n )ling wl
:2 }t. YlYTUD i BO. H k. Jill druggists guar; -than the special double number of the produced. It has succeeded where aU ote r asking him to call and settle his ItC'clluntnncl PRODUCE .OF ALL' KIND BOUGHT AND

b. i..ut"--Grofet.:: Tasteless Chill Tonic 'to Youth's Companion. The' paper is medicines have failed. received au answer to the effect that :h ..,
; be (Dowling) would come around in a day 'I,.;
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It )11tbj1: "'maD fa turera claim for \ '
in that it is
unique acceptableto Sold
equally by druggists everywhere. $1.00 bottle.
per
or two. Dowling cams and settled the
J tt.'Nirranted. no cute,,; no pay., The to all members of the family. There can Sent Many address In America on receiptof bill. Later in the day lie Mopped at the Come and see :me.. It is is ,a'pleas...

'Rl5l":: rdnany imitations.- 'To-get the genuine. .be.no old, people in Companion homes price. stare and said he had come to have a settlement -

'. .. t' rGf" tL' { for the paper feeds,.their interest in the Don't forget that we chedrfully refund your with.. the' defendant. Witness ure to show gdods.; My assistants ::are .
"i. ( said that he thought Dowling WitS due
: Tax tJQllectorE.: i; D, :Prtratt. of Clay best way, and keeps hrjiru and minds money if results are not satisfactory. Order dIrect (- him an apology Dowling, replied thnt he competent 'polite and attentive 'c .f' :. '

z1\:':: oaaiy VM a pleasant osller! at the TKI* young. The, Companion becomes a if your druggist does.not have tt. hud snil nothing that he woifld: take hack ,
EsitiYg Deco m ember"in regular standing" of every and had nothing to 'apologize for. Witness t mers .. : ;r.
Pre. .
,r.y a fswjdays ago.: .1&r. Address all orders tq that he
household:; It enters'and its thenvsnid supposed Dowling
,' 'rN Vatt Is :roost faithful and efficient once company is I
t bulldoze him.
was trying to Drawling replied
t :and is held in'the. highest' esUeni by the much sought' by:all of the other members CONCORd CHEMICAL MFG. CO., that if he hadn't. Le would. He re- N >>:" .

3peopleohftti county. of the family, who F await in turn the plied that he would not have it. U e J. Jlr"N 'IkTc
,
i) ; pleasure its pages bring Topeka, 'Has, Dowling then said that he would or .,- \ :
W'TIi kill Iim. He then leaned off his. mule
i, re ire many good reasons why you

.r ,< *,ttoul4 5 jnW:>One Minute. Cooga; Cure; A Race. Track For Starfcr.. mayor's Proclamation. felt towards that it the meant guar and death he for.(the one defendant or the)) The OWn .' : j;
There movement
; Tbetiazi : : shout is a foot looking Sweetest'Girls inT
.: reisons.whjjou
;"D.! : oilier, and he rushed fur the gun He
.t 1 I, A. L. von Kirn of the town ,
to the establishment of a racing and njayor
[ an jK [[iitt.niaofhalp: ;: ; Tbeoaly barm by did not ktnjwv Lei her begot hold of rl.
'1 t f en DeedJc that. produces immediate reKr dele track 10 Starke, and from present of Stnrke, by virtue of the authority or WLrtlterDuwltnggot it and shot himself Are those who partake of the l\

,. inltStarke; Ilrag'pao indications the stock will all be sub'scrib yested in me by law, do hereby call an he was so excited.! ; delicious confection

.' .'.. 'I/' ed and the track placed in readiness for election to be held .in the aforesaid town, Thi covers the material) 'evidence of contained in every large and 'well. -assorted :.stodh4\x.

mfr.,,N2::B;.Hull)Las: j lately retained frdew. om some Christmas races. by the qualified voters therein on Tuesday the-The prosecution.case was given to the jury Threes &M

'..t. '!rk; ih r.: neTiisji; been"' for the The track is to be located onthe property ,' the lint day of December A D. dry morning and Miurtly after noon telegrams is More'Wbola :

u i aa&.of;''Ituylag holiday goods, and of Mr. C. J.' Husband, known as 188f>. for the pyrpoxe. of electing the were received in Jibe city that a Nothing Qrna: : :

i 'jtidglag from,tbe.uUfulatock of good the Miner placejust; north of town. It following officers of said town; verdict of murder in the first degree "
> .selected be' has exoellint'tuta without recommendation to mercy, had t Than absolutely, Pure .Conectloner1ItliijY9!J : : ):
Wt,. e\hM : inIheselecUon has already been surveyed. and is to be in Ono Mayor beep returned. .
!k.-' ; of, this class of goods..' oval shape.;with a half mile thirty-foot One. Clerk. sweetens the taste, but has'a lihe'.ef? feet ." 4; ..

j t .' :: course: The ground is admirably adapt. One Treasurer. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. r position guarantee PURITY for >my Mr* ti
'1 :Capty2W.. .Burroughs and'wife and ed for a raoe track and will require very One llftt.h>>1. Th best sal vein the world for, outs, 4-;;"

:tf diughterNoes, :Mrs.,'W. D.'Flnlayson) .little: work'to place it IQ:.<!}i1- 1"

; and.: .saild/ea; ,aboard ..It' intended to convert the centre into ores, tetter, chapped hand, chilblains,' For Christmas Trader
1( for Old Leh a base ball with Two Aldtrnwa. ,
park 'a well ,
,;!> p ea 1>Saturday, Town, diamondsBererai arranged corns, and all skin emotions, and positively
'\.1beyitiiU I. he tbs guesia of T. P. irt testimony whereof I hereunto subscribe cures piles or no required. It "
Hon. ) .enthusiastic meetings of the par I shall put forward my'best: :'Jrt.JfI aot'1i!{
.I4I!i.Gha5et.and'Family! ,--Cedar Ke.r.G if promotion of the scheme have [been held ray name and cause the seal of said is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction ,, *

-1.Jt.";' Cosytler. ; a and only a few more shares mast be subscribed town of Btarke to he hereunto affixed, this' or money refunded. Price 35 cents per your 'confectIons for too hilida V' until; oog'.Iuiti : '

:.... If '' _,hl to insure the early consurnaUon. 14th day of November, A. D. 1895. box. For sale by Htarlre Drug Co., nnd:I called on 11U EvervthillD in the Fruit; N. !1i
of the John A, King, Lake Butler. ,
plan
: It's
; : .. :just' a'cuj to fry One MinutCoagh.Cure
a Attest A. L. KIRN. line will be ''
; yon Mayor. Candy offered by me] '.at :lowestP pric ,, .
{. as anything else. It's ..easierseTere A Mew Saw-JlIlI> W. N. MEACHAM, Town Clerk. For la grippe use Powell's Fever Cure. .

p; "w :todlrea- .; '- -oougfe'or :cold! with --. U asrs. Hollingvwcrtb fc Heath- It never fails to cure it. JOS. ECKEET ., 3d Door CfT'j.Wert.-< +j fF

,t,' _Let r.ur' Detpurcbaae for a cough be cock, of Alabama, will establish a Notice or Election. JCau .. i 'tt
; ,One Minute Cure. Better .. .
r-rf h? Cough medKw -
saw-mill at Ward the A. ANNOUNCEMENTS.
". ; :melee;: better results;.better. .try,_iL Starae >t). R. & Q. railway.City Entirely on new, KNow all by these greetings That I. ... ... .. i : 'a'f,
L.
.. ll" DrugCo von Kim Mayor of ,the I i I :
.t ? machinery has been purchased and BOB.MAYOR.Tbe COME AND SEE OTJB Wi
Town of Starke, 'do hereby give notice t
>f*,,. Ve., oily'. ask you to.coiae. and see whaawortmeat i is expected to arnve within a few that there will be an election held in the friends A A- L. vonKira announce Dim a ... ..'t :1i>-
r. & days., It will be in candidate for re-election to the office of Mayor "'i'!;, of good we have. You placed position Town of Starke on the OF.-. '11t'V': ; "
and ask for him the support of the voters at the ... ;; '-
csa do 'as immediately its arrival, and a : J...
., :/'t you'cbooae about. buying upon 17th ot election to be held on December 17th. >t-o.t:; .' 4
: : the n i\v mill will have of Day December 1895 I
f%&, &&* *.Bome.trpecijng to find. a. great aft a capacity \ I
J :;. 1i:Taj>f :Asp tin to3s.' You will be dfappointedperhaps 10,000 to 15,000 feet daily. For the purpose of electing: one Mayor, FOR MAYOR.At SOAPSPER.PUIBS Blfl; : !
MeBsiT. three Aldermen Clerk
Hollingswortli & Heath- nee one Treasurer
the request of friends, I
J' agreeably. N. B announce myself
\ cock have one Marshal one Tax Awssor. fr'.
Hull in Miner's had a large experience in candidate for the office of Mayor.ResP.ectfully. i"i : FTk 9
>(fl It'ij? building, the sawmill business. A. L. vctft KJIUJ, )!Ryor. 'foi':: .'. .-" ,_., '!>e I>
'l1?'" Colonel : : W. K. MEACHAM.. CJerk.F. J. W. HODGES. CHEAP 'FOB 'OABSfc' & ra !
Weeks,Is back from his lOUr Mr. Holhngsworth, in conversation = !

:... 'In'Jlbe, westorn part, of, the ,.eOU tl aad with a TKLEQBAPH representative ORD'R S 5' FOR CLERK.I ., u ;;%! !', If ':

reports everything flourishing in tha t Tuesday, Raid that be and hispartner INK Ii .. .. *'t-t

:. :ectloo.of .'the moral vtoe/ard. tiugar : hoped to make Bradford .ITTINC1 .offiCb hereby fl City announce Clerk,myself and respectfully a candidate ask for tho the Dr. Tatft Powell and Dr. E. L. Stewart ,,111'fill-all.Prescriptipiis *- ;eo :te;

-Ft 'tioilisge, ) and 1101kil1h1; .were io kill county their permanent home, and OOT-WEAB I support of my friends at the coming election and dispense Drug lr ,. y .
': : lelt..ured that could induce at Truby, Stp.rnbnrCo',.. GEORGE A. .. .. .
;.. ttkoosa and in, consequence the iCplone r they GARDINER. .s
: 'eror' resembles' many of their neighbors to movedown : :.;i
"ntorgthaa a Hew York, .. .
l..n... ,aN. W ... .,' this way if tie)
( ., prospectseeem'promising.
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: fi#4 i v!..dttyt l,'i''erlit'' haft :.ws_ stew \iBi5f ':.. ii SRSS: a8" ;1

f ., e ; f,, .eiaple sad boU4aygood: s ,To Clay' CwacUjr Tax Payers. '

':$11 of ,_b for:t SiisttDSi. and Newt Y ear'. For the information of our subscribers 'BI 'r'D.ore ([3. P. SMITH, PaoreisTTOB: ) '' 'l?

4a r "f. Tb main .feature will .tie the In Clay county the. TELEGRAPH publishes ... .
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": s :\ in4'; lichi',will be' reduced to;;suit the the.following appointments of Tax Collector -- ,- ., dDON'T

Many., foods..will be: [educedX1 .to Prevatt. He will be &t the following r:. e. : '

; ; VI&r tsbolesale', prices at U. 'JV. places on the dates named for the YOU NEEDS ,at 'f
:R w. --. t. ..'. ..*J. block> near railroad.'' purpose of collecting the state and county .
r. '. taxes for the year 13)5 '. .
"f. ,: .The record of nmarkable .i ;;
cures Affected Kingsley.) December 9. L-A-K B-U-T'LTE- S y
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{t- 4na'blesatitruthfully; to say that' Mood Highland. December .19. .new suit of Clot.bela'-pair: ot hoes Ba a.. .

&' fiarsaparilfa fs the'' only true Mood puS rI- Middleburg, December 11. Underwear, a Trunk, VsJis; or sometkipg ia

S: .,-. .fdirprominentirrin.the.eye'*f the pubHc .
Orange Park December 12. the Clothing iSent
or isueTf
<<.ocSa1.' This is the only round that will be Stork complete.. Goods are fresh. Furnisbingt*. IG
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made by Mr. Prevail ?1 .
Uaad'o ;. .during the present .
falls
are,he family cathat.ilc '

iS<"_..... I \ and" liver!. mttdicfne.r .*.. yea[. KejcUter! l pJne. in, to see us: Get our prices coy AND LOOK- :, t''

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MriA.dohtu4t'edhlak.ii: ; entitled ,
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The is
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wL'- registration books of the town/ ffitarke
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fr- .;fa,tin ,tibbon;'as"*;.sweet.pottto grower. "
r- ,Ho ;has, given, ,the.>.TELEOKArR. a' twin ,are now open at my store, and WE At my stock, which is the largest anr Iten.--=
persona who desire to vote at the forthcoming WAST YOUR -
Kk t'7.x' ;specimen' )f:4he "SpaBlah Poplar Root"wlity election are requested to come- TRADE. Jected in ,the city. A, fine line of 8 bpejf.f ;

:sf' :: .w_ Dg.,41 pounds gad another forward and register.W. ... and
women children. Price
pia will salt
iul' *- N. MEACHAUClerk.BOQ1V8 JOB,
r :; 4o cameTattety_ that tipped the beam ., \*+ S k

r ri.a'4: pounds.. Mr. .Johns 'harrested SO J. .M. I
PILLS eue Liver His, YORK & CO. '
buikele from' d'u '
j oe-dgBth acre offtV'
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