Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
September 28, 1888
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
29.947222 x -82.108056


The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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>.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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-application- at the oftco.M : 0. HAfNES AI14U5\en crane It hting, as from the Uncle Sam. ,They will hid jewelry,In hi eleph t.J:..<:-. :",.:-.. ..:..- ,2:- =:.t.-:; :;: ;:;:. ";".r: .'. "-" '. ,:'"'"< ;, d "'" '.". .e--.......-.-...-.....-- ==:-- .!.fjr, .....-._.,;: "-"--''.'$ .4

-- d. while it simmered, to the sooth- their hair; wrap laces onlyscen : : "-, :r.-;; "" ._ ;.., -, -
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EMIUPTIOM HArEs.4ti:9" ing song it sung. bodies term : ; = :.;_' ",.,.. __ ,_ :t'.0.. -"" =:.:- .. -, '
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e'--" .....-""-- ::0 E IV' 'T'Otllce It sang of home and comfort, it sung of the ;their cigars Vaa" my residency' ': .-- ,_,,",',,,",,;",,,"1.'t",.. ."'.-'.!...F''t'c.......--'= .. .. =--." .....
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subscriptions! .............. 60 O the the kettle sings is the sweetest son. est device of the feminine smuggler ia dirty yellowish colornot at aU.. -=, -==-_-"., ", .h',.,""' -,""''" e- ='$ = -' -

toMe. No men be pall nVaHably In over Jones': Brick Block. the false-bottomed trunk Iii a box some, and probdbly tho light '" ,_ .' -.
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t oJjCommunlrAtions-. dycrimin.Uon in favor of any- It sings to me the same old song, no matter filled apparently with cheap ginghams caused by a species of leprosj =" \!'-> -'_"., '" .. -.., '
where I roam, and --...-, =':5' '' .-. .
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Calicoes ;
upon all may lie the *finest dress I ttfl albino among el : -"" ". ... --.-. -'='" ...
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of local 0 EO. always takes me back again to ':', ; _" ta -
Merest routed BAISDEN my child- ... ; ,,
from all 'arisof the : hood home- that Felix can-produce. The Burmese have gone to 1t. T ... ..".\\1(.. ,.-..,-.. ., .. ..-,--<- -7'' :; "--" .
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__ To the great old fashioned kitchen "Are dress-makers the Sianiosoon -i'L' -' ,.. : .,. _. ",: : -"'" """ ",, -, ,.., ...;;;:
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SJtVUg'l': SOCIETIES. (PaiatiT and Taper Hanger low-painted floor culprits the .possession of White 80 .." ,,,. ,. c.-'. .. -" ..:.. '..'. ... ".. -,," ;c.-": .......o-. '""_.,=.'.(;;f' -
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blazing logs which ..0 : :.' ''. .: :;; .. ..' -.7 ::.. .. '
Bradford LOdYe No.-4l: F. made the chimney roar. "Tailors are Just as bad. Their cus! hlghl valued were theta La Tea ." :. c... ,..' ..--":.: .., .. ...;.,,'," :.,..:.....",--.."'..,...1".... '.- 41)vt1g
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If'g'ulLr: C,1 Utun'cllton! tbir4 0 happy days, 0 Joyful days, when I was blithe compete with them. Tag goes wards were formally given to a 0116 rt.,..'. t o-e--'..::.. .... .. .. -.."'.., ..,- .... >::";::
,r41llaOatb I.. \v. I'IUTEj Enturdiy Iu ALL wonK Gr.u and young, to Rag at the club and says: 'You're who discovered the whereabou t & _'- "% .c.':; '. .... -C.':'. :-- -,;. -" r'- -
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u.xuia_: r. Secretary .. Ere "Poll Ie put the Kettle on" had ever yet going to London old maiL :Bring" ffl8 white fejjepkanti He could not at tn t % .P". .0'' ,1 --. -. ::: -
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1 sung back six pairs of trousers from Poole.4' to capture' It to? himself, it be ... .... 4-i
May BUGG When the kitchen served for parlor for ga \\ijsrjL; C .. : : $
No. 10, I. o. O. I'. & WILLS, room, and haUl dining- All of Rag's club friends give him a treasonable offense to do so, bu ...'.. .'.. p :-

}?a'I.Meets cvir.r TriOny niulit! at Odl Pelio: \s And the cheerful fire-place was the dearest spot similar commission Rdg has to fefintf to inform the King where the a itn e3 l, \ >rtn\ Trunsknt' lirothr-i-g cord ally' invite-l of alL back about Was' et. :-- ... c ;;, ; .. .. ': ..
tu Attorneys ; one hundred tjfhe' 0\ ; .
attend. L. n. HULL. :-; Grand. at J JJaw thicaqo JnUr-Ocean. pairs of Capture was usuall;. \ O&Tget" -'\' -.'. :", :-.. ', '.. ..
J. O Wu.(,,.!. vice Grand .. r trgusers.: He divides them among his fected with the aid of A hand 1'I! I -. ..'.....-... :
Y:..". TIBI. trunks:' With small tame 01 \loT'5e. .--,.. >h"0 ; '.",. 1"-. ." .
feci female who .
erary. Uor 41. ". STARKE, FLA. ABOUT a douceur he gets acted the p u\1ets.-1 r"". .,. ..... -.C, : ".
them safely through the decoy to perfection. She Il '" ".... -. '- ::1
custom-housei was se o'jfIC .. ... '"'
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Tndrpendrnt Order of Red Mn. and Fifth prneiice Judicial in a'l Circuits.1108E111'F the Courts. in the Fourth : 'Hence WHltV I the +fnimi- -..ivnulV-- ---- -,-i vininti4if : .. ittl and meet the white elenhant i-nd ...".,..AV1! >a'" .0",__ _ v.
OSCFOI.A... _. TIUBE__..,_ No._ 1. FtouinA.-Counci' I How Women Cheat the Customs he did not smuggle, too." attract bis\attention. Shejld f"I .??.r rnnt. _TO aiteI'.' :J.\. ,isr.t"' "" -. ,_
,of.!.Pft .'...A'.....1. ... n' resta\1 t"t., .... I -
"" .ell n eUl1es\ay's\ :::Iecp at the:1: 'And the wine tend she did desire 1'\1 t : -
Officers. nieI'chantpt"Wine ) not his -. ..., ...., -
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cordially Invited ; <"
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:. N. JONES, Sachem Usual Places of Concealment_ why smuggle if you can lor his r7 \>1"0\, '' .:- ,;;;., _# ..
CJAS MILLON! CMel (.f Iect.rds.sIII : Attorney at Law Jewelry In the Lining: of a Dress Laca_and adulterate? Pure wine is only known ception, lfj! 'back, however, asL, .,.,';" .- _....\-.1'i-.= "'7'A\.: :;.". ij

I '\ of A Real Cu tom-Uouse to those who live near the vineyards." to say: "Follow"me.." He, of course, -.."..... '- ..'t.. ,..: :.'. 'j.Jf; :"' .
Temperance.>> .
"And the picture-dealers does fglloir her and is lost. "- :_'-. ,
Meets every Monday Tragedy.In She leads :: ,. _.' __ .,. ,
night! In ontoll' -
naIL Temperance "Their smuggling is merely "Him into Lthe inclosure, where he is i '
WM. MEACHAM. w. i'. STARKE FLA. erasing \ ::... ., : -
J 1\11, lVLOsr. Scrl5 he: name of the painter soon secured by the hunters low-hur. .
c.Temperance or otherwise sent by .. ,' "1.: ', : __ .. -
the custom-house of this city disfiguring the work Until it has the King. /He is then led in ... .' -
passed state to queerisit. >: .. -: .
(2oipei. ;tJeeUII L. B. RHODES, there is a veteran whom every body muster. No; the leading smugglers, the palacejbf. the King, where a hand electric kiss .. ; : .--v' ;" !:':: -,..'. .,.,,;.- ,. :

Tirery: Sup.lny] at 2 p.m., at knows. Ho has searched as I said. 1 : ::: .. .>: ', .._":: ,:
Temperance more trunks are people of fashion. "ahdjhighly-decorated stable Sh ... 1.t -
HalL f fCIIUICUII They has ing .<. .' .... .... .,, '. '
... in more parts of the world than smuggle been built)for his ..... ... t;' ". ; ,
_. any instinctively. No matter how reception. He' ia Standoff, / ? : .- if. 1' ;; .. . +
Attorney at LawLAKE of Uncle Sam's rich fed ,Q ,,- : i "- '
; officials. He has nerved the man, he loves to bring oVei1 d with
UlKECTOltY.KTj on revenue cutters innumerable He fediamonds surreptitiously. No adorned with golden ornaments. -- :; ::: d'' Vot" ..- .{ ; :.:: : -. -

-- -- -.-- ---TiMe.ftatl -- ... BUTLER, FLASCO'I'T can tell of bouts with cigar smugglers I I matter how honest the woman, she The .cause of allthis respect being ; p C\ ;: -: _- _- \ .::. ..'>.'.: ... .:

., C'I.ut'h. On the coast of Jersey and Maine. He loves to fill her trunks with new paid toe the so-called white elephantwas I ., -' ". _

Services knows every trick that the ingenuity dresses for her friends." the universal belief in &ilti .. ,_,. .-,. ,: .
at metempsychosisjpr
a m. and at 7 p.m. Oq U. < : : '.
Prayer nieeiiiijr eves\Vcilnt-sday at 6 p.,>>. ;L. 31.\ D., of the contrabandists can devise. He "Has smuggling as a trade died they transmigration of souls, ; 0" "' P $ "- _" ', .'.: _. r
I w. n. is a Jonathan Wild ?'' prealri1n'all ... _. "- .
VAITKHSOX.: l'a tor. the 'M. Lecoq of out the Oriental nations to .. :: ; I .
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' Sunday Fcjiool mc<-ts every Sunday morn .JS ci: 'ROM SlICIItCAN. the businoss. I'o ; at all. Will Watch the bold the e a tio. ;ttinddStan. The souls justea. end they would '-, './;: .<_::., ".'. .
In F.* lit K.1O.MUIUMK.() ; fccntary.l;. ;0;. HAM EltlCK Supt. fte nrf1yai "The principal emuggle'rs Of to-day," i smuggler, is not as daring as he usedto spirits>!those who had achieved the a first-class iej.t.sawPuck. \ :-- :: ;' .;: ': '.;
: anm Young Mr. Wabash "
&n urgl D he said "are women.. The daring of be. But he still plies his trade in greatest goodon earth are believed to -"May I .
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Pre&bterIst (:Clitirrli other times is unnecessary now. A, sailing vessels on the coast. I have fill the baT Thf white creatures. The pleasur 01 acting as your es : A' e" J ..' t"l

f; I'tIH"'er)' Sunday Ht JOW: a.m. TERMS HEASOXABLfi. Saratoga trunk properly prepared is seen ladies of the highest social rank essence of Buddhas, the performersof t supper, Miss'Brc zy?" Miss Bre : .- ::j2 .,.

1C. 11. MATTICE. Pitor. Office worth than in thgreate8t! of (scanning her cnrd-"Oh thanks : ."_ .' : .
Sucdajr School at CiasLlns' liruy .cture. more all the dirks and cut- summer resorts of Jersey receive good all, therefore ,
every Sunday at 10 u lI}. lasses that a visits from .onlji inhabits the bodies of white awfully; I Jll. name .. '
smuggler ever wore in his women bringing silks and animals .
down .
LC.1IULLSupt. for the i .
TATE belt. I remember, when I last came' laces which the purchasers knew to'beTake ,. such as the occasional white tion. But trst \"als in that di _." '

;" ; POWELL, M.D., from Eurona.. a fine voun woman., exceedingly !muggled, Theil' husbands woulr1 RA,v, monkeypswans.. ... and doves; the latter- Mr. youj may have the seco ', .
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trlholl.t Ciiurc'i.abt.inh -- ---- -- Wabash.Time., ,'.' ::, '
plump, whom care, my dear. It time migrations wnen nearing the supreme -
'P j ices every : After an every body means a ; .
'r f;.jrrp.m. runway: >(no-ji at 10'Xam.:): and practice or tiia prc ios>of ion twenty hag no years hesitancy In the admired. The young follows on board thumping fine if you are caught.' heaven, Neibhan, being into -"Only thiI. Agnes," remark 1 .--:,__-_.._._.:___ : .r ..
k,' JjjJnaiK-n! IU; janl Supvriniondcn: at. In promi-lngr the tatcit nut mo.-t eck-ntiflo were infatuated>,> especially thoee who 'W ellll'isk it,' they would reply. 'We the forms of the higher white animals, Mr. .. it is just thirty year S I -. .:.- - \

rfnj-yr meeting j every Ties.innd 'Iburida treutmeut to tho-e ng'umir his'en'fccs. liked a stout well-rounded girl. All make profit enough by the transactionto and a white elephant, from the rarityof ago to-day sinle. pa and I married I ;: ::, '.'. .

FJ f 1ao p.m. 1. W. DABLEV. l'astor. Diseases Calli! 10 of the fomalos ct-untry: and pro.nptly attended the way over she wore the same dress cover far more than the fine1"1I'U4erc the occurrence, is the highest. "Yes, and what a pity you married .- -4 ,". .- - ,'

once; /It City Dru; Store children, or a at specialty.his -blue cloth, tailor-made. It fitted do th$3ersy smugglers Thus, the King, by obtaining such an young Ri you waited a few yea: -- -

Oirlbtlnu'ciiurrli.Acts ileuco, EattMarke.E. reaV her, if possible, just a little bit too live?" animal, might possibly be the happy \a old a I am, ther! :- :' .
?''UI Ih-'o-serCS-l reteMtia.\ well. Said I: 'I can imagine a belle "They have cottages on the shore and honored possessor of Buddha him- might ahanco for me."-Boston .- 4

enk'pI! on a '
sib Lord's cia I J. seagull would'dis '
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p.m. parade at Newport, but for dain value of a white elephant was fully know it i ,
f-ayer wetting each: U'ed-iesday at 6:30 p.m the deck of to alight upon. I remember how -TrampI ma'a; rm | .

v (;. P. YOUNG Pastor. a Cunarder, it is a trifle too chic,' said we raided Jim Alden'g place-'Cw $50,000. The King of Siam has severalof wOr.:8: my ;'.-' '- '-_." ;s' ;

T ;nday;:Sclool' each Lord's day at 1)l'u: ..m.K. !i1{ MLIOn'a: Wgr { LD PIL.I rer I." wary Jim,' they used to callhim., We these rare animals, who are taken cuss ; ." ''Woman- ,, a ht '-." '
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c Superintendent. "What did you suspect saw him enter the hut with three com great care of, have a retinue 2 r man? TrmpuI > .",4"CURE.AL --: '- .
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I 1 -- STARKE, FLA. "Suspect? Bless you, I didn't sus panions, all carrying bundles of smug- .1 servants to attend upon.. them, -a.I\a. l-are' ma'am. In .

EY.rc' ..OFFICIAL: DIKECTOltV.Cliy _1 .. pect-I knew. At quarantine, after gled cigars. We broke into the hut,' accorded.royal! honorSi --" ing lawns anti in the summer. .I just -- '.-

,4._ -_ ALL WORK GVART1EU. BOi4L the health officer came aboard, a boat but Jim and his friends were gone The story of how these Kings form- actually craVb to shovel snow, and -

omrer ... pulled out from Fort Hamilton and Where? There was an outhouse con: erly used them for the purpose of ruin- Nature continually balks me. Have "' ,. .
es,,* '\ >j-oi-LWltkiivski.crmcn wanted to. take my charmer off. I nected with the hut. It was as empty ing any of their subjects who were becoming you such a thing as a pie in the house?" Comptlol of P .

t 'I : -J, C. churd. J. >r. Truby Tate PEEK & FRAZEE, touched her on the shoulder, 'Youcan't as the hut itself. It had no article of too wealthy is well known. -Harper's Baar. Tootl" '. .
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PoU:i I. (i. P. Ytiunr. 6. !-. Gaid.ner. One "I want a box ot .: '
I_, Oik-J. C. WeLb.Tajurcr leave this vessel,' said I, 'until furniture but a seaman's chest. There I .ofthese white elephants was sent Father (whom Bobby has inducedto : .'
Attorneys at Law and Notaries we reach the trace : to the individual desired to be humbled tako him grease in stock, &- m4
l -F. It. Morgan. batt y. 'Who are you?' was no of a hiding-place. )-"Xow, Bobby, I don't A "

M-sbal-E. 1). Wall. she demanded, turning pale. 'I'm a "How did.the smugglers escape?" as a valuable gift from the King. The I quite understand this. I the man who hoi, one ounce of oil ? ,
LZflS As T. W. Swent.ounty STARLE BRADFORD luckless nobleman .(dozen small tin salve boxeran.h?
& or- CO., FLA. custom-house officer, said I, 'and as "I sent my men away, bidding them dared not refuse the' throws the ball fails to hit the club '

-( -k Abneract of Title and Real Estate Law a soon as we land I shall have you make as/ much noise as they could. present as he valued his life, but was I after three trials, dos that put the same number of one-half ounce>vlA'iVNow
Officers.OonVT .
'In' ip.cIalty.Abstracts. ,. searched. She obliged to re eive the animal, build a umpire out?" "Pa that was certainly a qu' .
' hadn't the heart to .Then waited in the dark; waited for Bobby- do you re- '
iied' Judffe-J. Llnbant.C : '
furnished 122gpurchase for such
o. fhof Cluit; Court-H. F.v.l.. Mortgage, Lien, Tax: Sale showing Judgment every Deed, Attachment I say much. Still pale, ahe sat down 'J hours;; waited. as 'silent as death. At, special residence for him and spend member why you sent bed last looking fellow to be an'o So' *,

p SiieV H.!W. Epperson. and all matters of public record I biting her lips and looking round to 1 last I heard a scratching. The sound large sums. in keeping him in statelycomfort. night at seven o'clock Father- mag. \

rnples Tal .bt-ei-or-X. C. Wainright. and fife affecting Titles of Real Estate in L Bee that no body had heard us. 'Offi came from a ehest in the The result was generally the "Why, n-no."! Bobby-"It for .druggist asked him,;kindly come th
'I JIlt (\. -.-'.'r-M. !>t. abstract.IlradConl county Florida, up to date of eel',' she said at length 'how much' The bottom of the chest financial ruin of the person who had asking foolish uestioas."-N.'wa and look at his samples when the wino'\
lifted. Sun
.t1I1'dJJ... .. ..... t..ri-- < .>f.Sclu-ols::-It..T._ "UnE.,011" will make it square?' 'Well Cassowary Jim's head was received the fatal gift. This accomplished II 1 them was ed and he soon had t. '.
\ ,r' .rn'yor-.JOIIl r. l"'lItt. C. to: .,. said Lwitn appeared. 'The' for
((lunt1..ijiini6sioiers) .. \ ;Withonkl.l: W a sly- glance at her shapely figure coast is clear, boys,' said he. I waited the King took noseasion- asnin THE MCPERN GREEKS. fa he wa.makig' a cq -T '-
fession to M"rAnd '
Oyi-f.-. L. K. Lease '. BKADQCABTKBS rOB 'I don't of the elephant-Cor. San Francisco 'th was % '. -
know .
, e) Jobn S. Andrews kjj; how much it took to for no more. I escaped in the dark- ". t -
with drift of
M. V.t roLl..' Chronicle '. 4 Ptpl. High Reputation: fOI : :
4 PX.R.E XJSTS'C'n.A.Nc: :: J, make it round; but I guess there.11' ,jness. -. -. --- -v.. FldpUtJ and Temperance.The These things cost me less than 7-:" -
; rr State Officer about $5,000 worth of lace and : "What Greeks : '
Representing the jewelry happenedP""We are the most frugal and
and London The Story of Annie Lauflo cents. :I shall sell the bsesand vials
. ,. Covernor-E. A. Perry. Tensacol and Globe Company. in the lining in that dress of yours.' raided the hut next morning. temperate people o Europe. Gluttony when they at each-

Ueut-Oo-aruor-M. H. Mabry, Leesbur And so it was. When the women- The bottom of the chest concealed I was raised the farm and Ato rare a 11e 2'cnt .
t:1:{I'n'lnriof.HateJohn. L. Crawford, I a on next to Mr. drkeW .viCe nong six dozen in' equal $18. But I'
t, .Cra"o'olvilll.'. 'T L. C. HULL searchers had undressed her she trap. The trap led to a subterranean Laurie Annie Laurie's father. I was them. Their diet i such U it wa have material,sufficient al f t r twice that

Attcruey-obaeral. P. cooper St Auyus-: looked like a scarecrow-old, haggard, vault. There we found stores of cigars personally acquainted with both her thousand years ag1. They eat little number of .boxes and vials, that fo

;o1 tine. a regular skeleton. The haul just 'and gallons of the best French brandy. and her father and also the author of meat; barly goat's cheese, or about ,SO cents more, or 8 about"ft:
Contractor and
TmUrer-E. F. XH. Talatka.Ccu Builder
doubled my estimate." "Are these hiding places common?" the Knowing the facts I have black olives and wine make .
o41 rej. tine* rot Lan.l.-C. L. Mitchell, Ft. dI'J up a in all, I shall realize' $36. :Any -

)reMe, "Where are smuggled articles usu- "Quite common\ One of them we been requested by my friends to give repl st nrs and wino, or trouble to sell? Not a bit of itI- rarely

:._ ( "Icn.otroler3eiieral! D. Barnes. STARK=: FLA. ally concealed?" opened by a ring in a stable. The the benefit of my knowledge, which I bread and leek many a manV stop at a farmhousethalj I fall .

1> .AdeU: ai.tCial& -! David lonjr,Cedar K.ys.uL'erIntn.eflt Plans Hid: rpeciflcattoui furnished on short "Everywhere. Any thing will forma horses had been tethered to that ring have consented to do. Annie Lauriewas dinner. agoyiatis munched raw sell one of each-sometimes two'three t) '" s,.

ken llU6slIUiJlI.cksoovJle.o Putilia: Instruction-At- notice. 'Carpenter work solicited and hiding place. Fruit is perhaps the I for years and nobody had suspected born in 1827{tmd was about sdvriiv beans with evident relish as his luncheon or a. half dozen; while at every village ."

promptly Hand-inad tended to. handiest covering. Who would look: what was hidden behind it." teed years old when the incident occurred Maize I is: cultivated in some. lenteradozenor, so go 'b'ff like hot

-....: 1b.n'.l States Odcer Dr delivered*a.trick tha: depot.for ao: el hc.." at the kill for cigars in a pumpkin or for snuff in L "And are tho tragedies of smuggling. which gives rise to the song bear- parts of the country. and is imported cakes. Wht is it YOu' ay. and how;'

1eInerS.c. TuCn-'V&1D6SVJle.! -, a turnip? Yet pumpkins and turnips, as frequent as of old?" ing her name. James Laurie, Annie's from It but f never saw it property do I simpler. Tho

IIf(" v.r-.'.. T. Crawitti.-V Galnesrille.8utiorGeneral "-- carefully lined with wool, have brought "No, I only witnessed one real i father,was a farmer, who lived and is generally eaten half- axle grease go the t1Txbozes. I

*! 'HsCL. u. JJloxbam, TallaSEKATftg. J J. W HICKS any any"amount of tobacco into this I edy. That was at Bar Harbor trag-Me. owned a large farm called "Tharagles- cooked. A 1are number of herbs axe did not ask for the cheapest to/save

-' country. town'> id Dumfrie-Sshlr-tJ Scotland boiled "greet/n" and used as salad
Among our revenue officers was a. a money, the smelL'Pve done > i
;l Hon F
a"Q. W.ison; Call. "No. Jewelry genera1t; travels in and bright, who had run from among thbse employed was a man by some district' Salt is n government and have found Ut the viler the smell -

ES1Tl,.1.8.F'1rtlt CITY BARBER boot: heels. The boots moo specially home, somewhere down South.away We L the name tif Wallace! M act as foreman monopiyanll is very brown. the readier .. Ti axle grease.onceitisinth .
Qgi'-cv.trct-llon.: \f n. jj. Davidson made in Paris. I remember unscrew had heard that a family of Btnugglers: and while in his employ Mr. Wallacefell Olive {i cream lard]I .tlny box I call it' j

GUI i e.Id Dltrict-llon: .;Qarles Dougherty, I ing one of those heels in New York. A had just settled down in Bar Harbor, in love with Annie Laurie, which and suet. lhe load J! generally too corn salve-reipe' obte from 1.. .

n Port tranCt'. shower of brilliants fell all aroundme. I and Wd Were on the fact her father soon learned and forth- oily for an American. Honey often I Sioux inedl people in '
watch i.
) ... -AND- for the I. Ni
tI" :::'-'. There was a fortune in that little. head of the family, whose 5 with discharged him. He went to his used (a in ancient times) Instead of I ten in the country have corns on their
PATE3TTS.JOUCH Hair Dresser. shoe. never knew. It was an awful night we home, which was in Maxwelton and sugar. Sweet inllk ij. little wed but feet, and a single smell_ of the stuff Uenoughto .

"And gloves1"There Through the storm I. could see the was taken sick the night he reached many prepaaton of euro-. common effect a Se In the vials I

OPEN AT ALL TIMES. was a famous law-suit, you 'I' forms of women standing on the rocks there, and the next morning when ; curds and sugar (yaurti) 'ae pour twotablespoonsful of alcohol.lve' -

recollect, against- a .renchm. ------.n iirVt.. .... nf Mount 11.4"" AnnA Laurie heard of. it she came to made into a toothsome dish. Thereare or si drops of the oil of' ad -

I Shop on Call St., just East of Kailroad{ imported gloves in his long Hessian "\Vh t were his bedside and waited on ram uu ne many varieties of Greek wine, but fill up with water. The vial-bea

Will constantly keep on hand boots. For my own part I have generally they doingP""Watching died, and on his death-bed he composed almost all are strong and fiery, andare becomestoothache drops, whIch .1
full for
; line of the following goods for sfJe a: found gloves in trusses of hay. sel. Lreached the smuggler's,: ves the sovg.-Genesco (N. T.) Hepublican. tempered with water when they learned,how to make (I. zneantotelthe :

Dandruff) Cure to : .A tin box can lie in their hut alone just AS y";" are drank. Wine costs only a trifle' t this Turk
_ 0jiY cleanse the hair. snugly the centerof they got home found they *thesmuggler's .. people ),. Jrom ?a ,
t.OI.l..n'OR.p Cream of Roses for the face to remove a big truss of hay. Indeed, there ; were (about nine ccnls per quart of excel whose life r saved Sea

; sunburn tan, freckles' and snioothe the is no article of merchandise which the wife and daughter; said I Both' **In'-" Bad' Shape. ent quality), but i seldom taken in ex: of MarmoraVaBd he gave me I' te'
. was a stranger, and asked, shelter for
- PJpa' 9*\ PwrfffB PfcW ftkjn. A full line of Razors and Hones smuggler can not turn to his purpose. the night A fewj minutes later the Brown (deiJB&irfgly)-Dnmley, rm cess. out of tde There's lots of tooth-
T. b constantly; ,on hand;old razors At But the Greeks not without their
1IfliM repaired. Liverpool are .
uaa iuriigu ittmi J. they told me how, on a smuggler burst into uie room; .a fine ruined. ,My 1Ut has left me, my fortune 1IIm their wives and
W. lainties.
HICKS vessel coming from Stettin in the Baltic hearty old man., His wife rushed into is meltingaway and the sheriff is Rice Is much used with met daughter v> As'ttfttheir virtues, what
!z5 f Sl.irk.rFid.: they found cigars in casks of camo- his arms. He threw her from up the&ouse. selling off every thing gravy, making a excelent pilaff. thai1 .Themarg'robablyhundreds -.

street.}, Near: U. S. Patent Offict mile flowers; and elsewhere, cigars in him. "Let me alone,".said he away; 'there's but some unpaid gas bills. Chopped meat 1 rolled into croquettes, otjnen tojti\JnteA: States engaged.JikVme .

WHITE! LGXM cases of glue; tobacco in potatoe sacks, blood upon my hands.1 A .clamor Dumley (with his hand on his face) wrapped in young vine leaves, and lo sellinff o trums tO111 .
F IX 0.II tea lying on furze bushes waiting to bo heard at the door. .Tha:re venue officers -Ha,: you: got the toothache? fried. The best olives a much richer and country;pe< li'1fct one 0! m .

shipped; tobacco stowed away in loavesof rushed in and arrested the Brown .No. and higher-flavored than those sold in .knows or carauier.b 1 ;_ j

German bread; to say nothing of a gler. 'What:. has' :he donef I smug-cried. Duxny-We1you'ro a.lucky man.I America. Rich sweetmeats arc'pre I D 1per"J1 frtm.' -.-.

Business( I'.'ore Ihs United States Patent for boat drifting in the harbor with fifty I 'He has k1 ed' iie' or our' boys.' 'Not have.. f fir%-'ten-rt *) for moderate fees. Patents Eggs Hatching barrels of snuff in it." Harry?' '- r, : -'.i.-. z:- --- The offer of some sweetmeats often t -' --q
The'wife :
.rt:1 io lie rnlted ftasea and alf foreign I "Are the purchasers usually aware daughter '? .: 'and j hi 1i(7li._ .VeJ4 who among the first a't a u
Lb1Rt *. / Y9 'athe: +.-1.- III'or a
.' A. Tn.ncM.iHKS AND LABELS repis- of the smuggling?" name. i t "': ea'' guest. A eli! ? 'J .

"'eetr J.J t'aRppfratJo ljuormafon: ::. revived and ONE DOLLAR FOR 13 1WbIt. "They are generally proud of it. hair Harry's tossed over''- his"white'. in, his.Jong,, as one "ofr-lhe unidentified, victims_'of: frpmthomn' ; t' -t-..<.. _. W ." : 1

S ; anl adviie as to Enter fpretuwd, tie The rose-fla : ._-; ..-' "
UIlng rHlt ms chccrfnlly! furnished with. a club smoking-room. Note with as handsogfeiri death : AshtabullbOrr0''a ., 1red '. .. :: .: : >
& Y. : d..f e. what pride atfin. life ,The pOilWJ 'daf Ye; 'equaledby ::: : -' -
: ;
juvenile !
0 Leghorns (Knap's Strain) am the your host: offers smuggler's"wife : -
___ 4. most tabl' vaMety for noriJa. Eggt a cigarette of the 0 looked_ at,.hiiny then_ r Ab"f ..Cali- ( this con'c. : : '
+"Plf''' ur .'lol-1 for pro you finest Turkish uttered shriek. heartK.. posjr9tiD I IQr.n I -- A' :
'. o.'!aI'atrutabllKy. carefully! packed uud delivered st ExpreMOUi a 'Harry,. site scream-, '" '!... i mention thecheap.and ":': : ',. ...
tobacco. 'Tobacco '{ !1' :
.e nt above price. AJJrs,:i dear boy he fid, finy 'son.:' Then,, turning thesmuggler ., '': ;;.'({{ -;..}.. .;-: ( ::.,, ; < ;
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9 'that would be .... T' Ir : : ,
Ie says '
cheap at
ten ,
Vatcnt: O. C. K.VOX ifiaicried --- -' "
fumiihcd for S csnt..i : : :'Muderer,, ou"have .n.....,+ -raW t ; ; f
44'- CorrcepoadvoceX 111\'lkd.' Blril.1-1nJ, 1..1' "CU'1tt, 11r.da a pound. 'But can you affurc] edxaHFOwn8oa.tbTne _._.;' ". """-.' / 1 .- ',.-, -
smug- ot. -
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..lCIflrl 1h I iie (niL 0 jxnoacd-in battle, ;.: HamncK! % JonSS

tJ' 11tle ur ??He rf k _u," ... our people, but '
li-JS -mbe'ed that such imps I7 /II <'U. I I'A.
i itH \ CLAY .
: (1.Illt)(r'-hrIi'4 form the bulk of all foreign "\ \\ +;tt 't'/ i/:: -... VEflljftl

;: rr'iI eland and Tranco each ,has _.-.XiiLIJ1NC _..
i."t, t; ) I r ironclads, while they would I

; ; [of war at least two or three 4b1CKLhL91

1t n_ nored ships and fast maii .
I iL .lii! % i5I ; .
ruisipg purposes.1 .
: /1 i .1 fee of great satisfaction that .
tli & COX PA :5 Y,
.4t14; for new ships are r
)b -Ils I., ns our I
.I 'I bureau of ordnance and
-;- t'P -z / mtryat the Washington .g j A i REAL ESTATE ft.LOAN BROKERS:

'i .t..w.t11o South Boston iron works

ih,? 1West Point fcuidry. Those thus iI I AGENTS FOIl

; "ajcd and tested Jiavo given excel-
fWt rr.lts, mid arc the equals of any, Florida Soirtfierr. R. R. Lands We k CII ('oI&I.. e

'ls of caliber in the world.
I heir
'Vr/'TJie pmplctiuu of all the ships now / d \ We have: laWs of it-very
  • crii>tiou. <;04. as! <':i ij ii'i. 0
    g W- '
    1 jTjpding. riu give us seven ironclads and luV lease or
    / If want tef; rent,
    1'vjfa'f en auarmored cruisers of different you : ( -igi vs :t Ii I all :()( iziad 'ud ;

    Izos_" UPPM' sell, it- will > you to. c.i.l on r

    _\ :' nd let the voter bear, in mind that all 4 svrite to R. j ::1 first c-li.v: urwcry Mini-t .
    C1? lirS: l-eon done with less expenditure
    tnf ii iuiv. than that of Robeson and Wonderful Chili *nd FevSr ExptSIc

    I 4 haudijrla plain Eugij h. Republicans _t ear's t'ie e"i an4 tevrr. t"is : 'tI' __t.t.Ir" -. fall Si. In Joliiis brick buihjjnIJ.D. .

    : -pf-ut f 'looO.OOO tp make. BQ navy; '! ,an', b I.i: ;ttn;.ti aicixhan.Ut_ o t.

    if I i <- 'P 'landVadministration has spent J iin:
    r / lUtl/li Ies3**. r- did : HERWATCHMAKER
    1. each year than they .
    -i. -And madeiavy. No: wonder there has ;
    : 9 a eSatiou of attack In that quar- IPIP1 1P.1ii;

    'i 4j V;>> Uf&' little whjje ago Tha New

    I 1-jfne and Senator ex-Secretary

    CbAndler trcre frantic about the present (Prickly! Ash, Poke Root, and Potassium.)
    .. secretary and his cruelty to John Koaeli,
    !4 C5L The temL 'but we hear no more of that. They have CURESSYPHILIS

    Id back a few days to discovered something. They are not buch

    .%_ ,xcIte, popular interest fools'as to'-stir the matter during a cam
    'titled "The President'stf
    paign. _ _
    t4;t publjc was confidentially Primary,Secondary,and Tertiary Shihisyph-
    QRt some 300,000 axtra copies Trouble That Never flappeus' ilitic Eruptions, Scrofula and Scrofulous Eruptions -

    : jrfrculated by the party workers. That was a pat and telling story narrated all diseases, Ulcers of and the Old blood Sores; all Rheumatism those that have and J. L. GASKIN'$., -.

    .fctly safe to say they will do no. by Mr. Flower at the Madison resisted other treatmeqt yield stradily and eurely I- .
    tg if they read the whole magagileed. Square garden in illustration of the lie- to the wonderful power of P. P. P., the great

    it would be "good politics" publican prophecies of evil asto_ the result Blood Purifier. DEAI.KU IX I iivE.fE.R: : ;,

    > Democratic ccnuiiittiia send aI of lowering taxes. An .old man, I STARKK. Ff.At

    ; l every patriot in a mood t > be con- noted for his worrying called his boys SCROFULA Drugs & MedicincL 1 pccial Attention giwe'i I" pairing

    i4 / i and cplj special attention to the about liijn.when on .bis death bed, and OCIovksiuii! JfWfrlry .v A' All wortTdo*'*
    : : I II I in the Wood, jrodncinzLumps ot t rra.ot'l.T.r't.-> fur Kiifiur.. of Richan
    impurity -
    deal & an I -
    I :icle. by Lieut. William F. F iUam. said: "My sons, I have had u great Swelling, causing Running Sore onTfce Arms, Stiirke Fla, X P.I. t-.

    Ic United States navy; for dMtes a of trouble in my life, but most of it never Legs, or Feet, toT the cure of which ne P. P. P., -. -.-. .-.-... --
    ;. I :i Chandler crusher. *Tt, happened.;' the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these
    with diseases yield! readily to the power of P. P. P., Prescript j0.z I
    i ieim-naut. without Fcsmin to rio This is' almost universally the case Physicians' Jv V
    I and strength. r'T'AV.
    life new
    ucw -* '
    ? 4
    japs unconscious that Jie ls< doing political troubles foretold a's the result of

    / V3 the ruttenn.esand. iuoificioncy of placing one arty or another in power. BLOOD POISON ( ',(Jrfu75 Co.irH,'tn'1< <1 .11 till 1ufl"t-lTl r; '1I' ifr feiMI

    ; an naval afliniotratious and tho Four cars ago tLe Kepublii-aus predicted ///'' tllirieiji'y of the present sere- blue ruin toluslnoas Interests,jiaycicnt of &3 "! x --* TSWSi-i& __ gt
    I sometimes n with
    form cars
    Owed in iw worst ; ti
    alialv st.itod words au-l ot'i 'lal the rebr'l debt i'jtl end of oilier evils tusmo i*
    : ; no > vr\siix.las. where the ratioatid in Eternal 1'anitl rj The Str.itrr;.
    I. bgin4 wit1 this sroIthg to follow r. Democratic re'toror< given UP by the iihyfician In sonic ca-ca M % rric riti;
    .i Nouiv of these troubles has happened: iciofulous fleers l.rokc o-it till the party was a g tom- flu OItl.

    tt ) c>eii the years IS6 and lSS3uot a 1 After the clefOdt, Mr. Blame talked thus -Aiucurcd naa of,corrui-tioni and tlw UiKE-ie; a tott'.c.Miixl< of quickly.P. l\ P. was M.ftl! lrcHluLtihip.- .-. Q

    .- \ (ipof any power was aUded to tho lugubiioiulv to his niiplibors."V.'iththesoKthenilJi. ..t!' the I-i--t qti-ilitv sinil! ( O e. '

    States iiayy. The five 'oubleui .:loer-w-y t titmph'itut RHEUMAi1ISM4tni '
    !'CI n..
    : : rI : >titcrs; vrcro be un 'in 1873, in their states r.rl i i-t tin i.)1. ILnetTio 4

    : : Jc ni'UT completed. file xviIi l.' cempcIk. 1ve'r I i tr1i--inMir tuit-i.!: in LrirK': -iiin1: !
    appro- in r.'l Affer tinr-. of the r.looO.P.P.P.stands
    1 ( :jT'% :i.c by Congress J* lObm per" I such ;-cg' es the vh .s nay dft.i'ce, aUie aid uiHa\altitl, cid soiaa of its tt.rca arc (lu.intitii'-; H-.i oi.iM.t.iici'; -.
    ; i wonderful.Jf itttlf <; 'i I Japan ilta!!a r'.; r-EFD! WITH GREAT JI
    -t|} .builaiug of new sl.ip.cocipar- wagra v.h h will arouiit as did tIio cuppli's -, really ( ) t-iv.i a:: : f
    a.ubjt'ence vwrautlfr front anything luce gyiihi!: ?croaliv' nil the t'n f IS 'j :iii ." I. lie'litty ;plni.ts;
    ,B" Jarpe sumo being dMp4"d( ] eacL of the aaveS! to a bare 1 Blood Poison, Ulcers, Old Son-s, lUienma- r-.i-t *.:t. itrj. < r I) t. repairing and patclAi g the old equal in cash, perhaps, tbS5ce tagerday, tim, or any
    a slips that had survived"the if averaged over the ntijo -oufti. The L-i\i P. P. 1'. a trill. A.ri: ., .NOJ4I i'uiri'z, .-..-'; 't.NfAF.NTI !
    fr I 6uuO.OO; ipent Ira 3'epaiicuuld v/Lic! laborer of the north "viil f-oou feel P. P. P iPrick.lvth.. Poke Root. ai :1 PnU9Ehun -
    ) is no n- ? with eficien lur- effect of-this his own I ;
    us an ia- i destructive upon on the marUt. fi tonniila l tei> every bottle,
    '! of gri'aet, ir.prcycmcnt i wages." tituS p\i u .iiar.intt-e of its purity nn:1 wholcbomeacbj % 'I 'I !'or j<>r'ii.i.i"t rf cn>Tiirince to thifeys
    nateI-ia of all kiuds. P teIiiii. The differing result is before the roun- tuat i.o ether blood purnier Co.d ji\e. i iTho i ipfift ![ ,- < \fel til. fn.iliiinc; the wearer .4?

    : cot i rodtico a new or ft. ] try.r1lC negroes have never before ben <> n> ;.i n)r h..iirt wilh'iut fatigue. 1rit '-
    ; aid it is not at all Ftra;' i, that : so prosperous and contented as/binco this ] 4: NOTK'i( ( ;. : Original Win 5 ': -t. thy :ir- t

    r' j a bhrrrihtCd policy shou Lava P.epublhran bugaboo had thf sawfiust iliit will to f at'im = *.
    i-lii-rcby siiui C. 1" S! 1 N'ntice t2
    in the steady declhio p1 Muikcn out of it. The \\hito laborer of at tillririm I Hoiih"-l Stark >n "I<>'iiav. t M.. ':'-c-isLi .rMcdth.4t'.t
    stronjrth. the smdl sum oj f .OO ),_ j the north" has had more work a'.id better < Tiifsday ,ii'J\\Vdit| ) vlay <-f ':uhsvs.\ tin ":. ne U. S. 'ourt DEait5 '. : -t' Ii :!ifrr. the frv1ir.g phvi.iiiaiitn (beI
    j appropriated In eighteen j e fr wages sii'-o the Democrats came into ill thf tun i'XJIr5 l.v luI'D- th< ri'i'rf-of I; .; Q.imrn I I ; e.s'I..r.. "enatnt. 'ts'ator.
    i-ftristi-ni nil I K' imij rejrNtjation f rI1i'.tts L..4d Cr .egttor,1' byZeiIin $. I t i'i'-u : i ii" i i.t- i til proft shnitd-ft! -
    yTessels only permitting us tjjt1d a power than ho 1-ad enjoyed in twelve 14' I llie i U-clois i'f t'lr.wlfi: .' i-i.n tFlvi'd.' .: M.A. S. L. ejor 4? yar ili! :...i.. in ',rMilieifif jrailf. hanker'-, ,ia.e-haj
    ieV/ wooden"and two small iroxtsjips years before. The scarecrow will not All I < rii? si"t! _-iiliviire I i 1 ctf-tr.itit: t n & C I t-oEsvJ :,, '.'c. I-.IH I.- .u :, :.!> hai.- had their .iitt iui-
    if : list of obsolete war: vete aushat scare, this -New York World. s.i.I.t I li:-ti t n iiid-f M'i'' t-.t-ir i.:iims :..rtj.i- vtilv raLr.zkSIcK kiaXDtcTrtj.4ET -.-? ., 1 .! :. ; .
    : fiitcifl on lli-1 ieeisii..tii-n Iwoks.-- iri1 .\ I Soioi.w L:'
    ; our cruising force whihtheir I l liv 5:>.w S : were made tip of old itpooth Col.'( P pecia. \\hu' to l>e tniii JVivd [ii iKUstiiLt-ntl.nrtha,! .....larns,'l'euri., ,
    I and converted ilI whiIt tht'- siri- nounvt'Twl.: I sou1d have .
    a few 1:1 & AriIl-iitGt'trariteed byLvis
    guns The of Col. Vila ii Milwaukee t.t" -
    \ "
    ,; speech 1.:. I.. ( ID'.i'.r.! ', i-r rnnr Gcnnire.'HJJ
    I this was \\illfuL. waste last evening! was a forcible and eloquent S"iHr\ivi' U-' i-tr.iti'in lliadfuid Co.AUK. B' mons Liver M i in :.: () ISE1{, 4
    and knowledge is char .Jwn, defense of a c-leau and honest administration 11 ><->. i xv; gcmetiitcs .iad saLt.aI 4 .- S.
    by this paragraph: -::: : I against the critici'-nis of pirty opponents I 1 CFTIL I Ze.iiti's stufz'kr1.cnc I r. rke FIomm1t. :

    all I th. se ypars foreign-nujYous cud the rai'-reprcscn-ilionsi: of hirelings .> oiicctoi I >t'htors ami Creditors.All : b'it.-' it", -do&tsvcrVcI ."-. ,, s" .. --' i-r't .. '!, -it'l topil1h1aig-

    i the oppo-sitq and trulr'aiica1 of the protected classtKi. It is aspeech i>ivr-stiiis i iiL'I'U'-l In ti'! K-lat" '> Car"laC. I p.a | P'--i Dr.ojc.OFLE J. H. GMTZ'lS'r T.1 HAWKS.: "**
    1,1 ; I of building"new ships "wiilf ira- ..(Jriiiii-T i 1 l.;>t.- <>i I i-ii: I lf..i-il I'iiiiisty, k'L.r kI.t.k'aase ra(4is/, rnhisTnt. sac.: '. '
    which should have been made .
    : : .TLANTA OA
    : which practically placed us at ,!. ate t.qit..l} t. inikc nniiitdini.i.t .* t I ri-rir .. rk.n! of \. irL : ?; '-' ;iSl5Liau rrr
    lldHlj before. The herald early quesiionid the .- tu (ihc ttiil'rsiYi.i.i iin-t .til tlm-se It.i'n \- t cMcaicn.c. cnu : ixc usi 1. M JI it. : .USTi.TEX..
    of many .ite wei.s. wisdom of that policy of tie administration :.: 'I this condition wa owe -euftrCttot: which teemed to o.n'nit its I : : autl'ftitiiMtivttlj.n i I tl'ititit'' I'i'c.iilu'l f\ '1 bctttr Li.t ;. ..iatpr nn i "rulers, who ompcei.tlyv! .. I>y law, o' this tii'lkt* v i'J be ;.Itu.i inlj.r ft \ ta-nly r.<.. r..c.tZtiius: ri\tuic. -
    I chief t'iTlecrb to silence. It was u mistake Cf tlit-ir t:" 1IH fPi
    !I ol jHv--scssiiig all thopatrlotusin s tJ in every pohit of view. No requirement I-ttocry. N.J. J( >X>V, 5 c ix .
    honsoi In tht> fouiyonrs fJIiow- of civil crvice Cur it whfh St.ti kg'. I.X(-"iitir. Uk v r> &.X //! o _

    n .:r .f 119,000.000 wcro jippropri- every CCnslderatl'lt O&'tb1lC poli"y and Sli.i.c'8.BILL ifc5? .

    : tu tho e navv r b i*_;r then_. cane t _* A\t.o. wild:1 >. jip.rty interest demanded tho trteht and ifvoi' .
    01 uoucson. |nt tne t-igu fullest rtit; .
    discus-sicn by high officers jf the
    | of Grant sonic'5 g. Q.OUO.l;'. U goveriiineut tif the policies which it hoysuxitfht IS jaw :-IT CCfl-f FiTRTH ICniOllI. .i-TTarT. I -- tiupia :'_ 4- -. :r' .
    t rar.*.K. ;;;SilfSvsTaSSSs __ -
    approjiriHtcdr cohgressioiS coin- \ itKAPKOKIt (.4 STY. Kl.OIIIi).V I -'
    to carry out. Tlii!/ too. 'va a li sa; *i- (
    I'v have st-uohed in vain'for the re Democratic idea-an .idoajased on thJeffergoniau p HA.WUI VAUUHI: ) iUll: fur1sniy CUPLS a.JLKE AIL ELSE fAuS.W : 4.
    ;.() O 1:2: ieport4.. There wa flfe Bcrt "t' !& 'y". !'astes goot!. S5 !
    that It. lAft1I
    piinci4 people may I: ;:!:i IF' : .. :
    ro\ivj! of ;Business gousc nnucr t'o! bo tmsted "p.hvfiyi. and that the party It t'ii'g I >y4f' to gj>iar to this (.o..' t that tinn4 .
    fnn.j! 1.140Vabash, the* came leaders who, take them most closely into :qlefl! ,.,' ( ';.-} i\itys\ of Cliaudlcr, who i &-a1.-e i- j.ot k ii'i\yi. it is icl'ojv' <>..iUnil.ii; !
    I' confidence have the tifj
    }hejr greatest oc- "dinil ilci iWil I tl..ii ti i fii > ?
    C anxious he :jurt I -i I I ttit- s: it >l.i.i < r : )9sis
    -:-- jIO1> bo r.s was- -? i-.c-i I 'iiioibr ;
    ? c s joiito rej oice.Ar-Chicago Herald. CTli at..'ii k l.eicbv -vUii| i.j to r or !._j'-in ; _
    ?>tj; :it.) Keffetary Whitney. Alto tu (tit* I l'illf tlif I C"Mi'li.'n:nit's i.'niii ii I tiii! i I 11tht ?4 '. .::ntnpli! ; l iurludSn! ? iho <>M material left nr-t (Jai-rrfVt.i! 'A I), is-; ;, and! i. i- tir- uy inc.: -.'. IF. DowILT.,1:
    tho \rar."i'ver ICO.riOU.O'jOoro( Campulgn Gottlnjj 1'orsocal. th&t._ JJiit erqs' o t.i" nut i&. i.. 1 ihif4r Eii Edont.1)18 L PATJULYI11579.LL .
    : ; Lieut.' Viillatn gives the result in The Chicago Tribune (Rep.) has been pbl'.n-.d lit j I Ii. 1izt.; I r t C ,'tity ....;* Aa |j ton, IT. C./KViil 2-'J, I'-Si. '
    II.e-I'al rVtiIIi-Iim t. I-tra'lf.-I'I ('ot.atFit. .. s..q"schbergllt' -
    made frt
    Iau' "lit six tho subject pf a rather amusing .
    y: l e. ears only four lfl..l. ueii -: l'ji 1 'or (1 ijttit'v- (-uk. lriir
    \/\/V oKt cruisers will remain ujxm the punishment. A few days after printing to thf .tkl iI--. ; tlil! a copy m'fi.itl 'rtier ( t. \\f-U-knnx\n [.IH-I.-IU >f 107 A.*. -
    I I list while in uneV$ |a-rs ail will have a defrble" headed campaign lie about President ah'' jn.rti-il ..I the door of UictVUlt H u>v o theVwuty. ; l-'mirtli str. (under PUute; House) St.j .

    ; condeianed to i'ottai'ow." Cleveland's "partiality to the Mor saiti ic'uaK.aH. j I I.( is-t Ji-n :ipioiitt-| .1. h. (Oiskins: of
    p-TI Aoij : mons" being due to the fact that "Mrs. : r sijirKu. Xa Airent for lii* rrlel rate 'familiar
    ''g1-! is with the
    : i public I: cases 1'a; & rn.\/r. CTk ( irt.itCoin ft
    : t clc iiJ
    V t 11 ; ;} > hundreds of thousands of dollars Cleveland is a pear relative to one of i.1 S.'iaiS Rj \Vaiiriht -li-i !* -jflits.sts, and
    t t-iKo fi PI
    4. fDf rsi'iifluinspblej
    there into
    Brigham Yaung's wives crept Clyrk.NO'1tCE .
    $ vessels that went to iM.pt3
    fcppiit on never columns _ Spo -;tale< awl 1paM.-s; TIi -NeCtIass-
    then ho weresoldps "old its an article saying that Gen. j
    things I ,
    | Harrison is, on his mother's side, a descendant FOR t arts t'ni' srre-.itts iocf-ntion c\er made
    I for kt few hundred dollars. In ]IStfu ; ; I'LllLIATION( in ]
    | KpcttJK-les. >y 9 proper coisrtletioi
    : of "Driftwood Johnson of Cincinnati
    ) house of .
    representatives ,,
    LAND OFFICE CAINE FLA.XotifA f tiw I.i-i- a IKM.VUI) purchHsin a
    AT VU.!
    a man who fell through an ; > The !
    1 $ insisted upou a, changarand open Sept.-,1 $$ HK-.T: Cf tiKhis Mcdi pair if i Lest NoItLIiaIii.Itli, Glasser.4

    I, I i : flk I lftti 1I'ti! flS $ the advent of a Democratic adminis hatchway of a storehouse he was plun'dering is lu-rc'V' giicii the followin- ('il-Ic' pjso's C'uin FOR J never I Isas to rliaitrt* tiies.' (1asses! from ;
    t and was instantly killed. It excuses WiiedTfcttlrr has ?filed! notice of his intc-itum ('o.u3t'rtN. CliiIclretike
    bKiks. ? mill i'v.t a surprising reior pJMMwr. Lieut. to'otake E the Pvc.., smij efy pair )LIrIla..eI .- -a.
    I : Jt? i1 i,, | COM( | tho result incola and tho last slander on the ground that.It M l proof in suiiouit of lust Mini, ana! I it \\ iihoutUy Objeelin!). h [ are
    gives pre- tiaraIate.I.! sf tit llioy evvr-l l'ave the
    ; :. IaI! b' th restrit-;; ; was due to the "accident or carelessV &maeatIprool !he maJe i>t-toif ltrgktt-r : l sill druggists. _.,eI
    :! but telling words. Firbt on his list tiaiileviiklia... on uti i,, r itL. eye&i (no t.IfltelCV riisteil or scratchedtli -
    .) 4, ( Ycsinius. launched last April, to ness of a sub-edltor.-New York Post. .;-, i8v1xJ9hii A. Uohni.) ftTStaike, Via.. II. l I.. *' Ieii&.areLliev} will furnish the

    j .3 : 1 Lieut Zuliuski's dynamite gun, of _ _ Sd, 1S I)9,' fi r Iho N Y. ot fa E i St c. t'TtD5i paityitl a.. io/ pair of Ulasspx tree of *

    Sg o tj' k but one of the many he testifies: An Indepedent Boston Tlew. lie names Hi- I.Ii'wjngwitre.-e' to pio-i- hUCOIltiUUQUS CUKES WH H ALL USE FAILS. rharge .f. lJr/as.kins hia full .xorf-t-

    p ,'cf ,: ''F "i1? prgved a auccess. IntI' light draught and great speed of A highly important consideration in influencing IfbUidlCC I.)'Ull. Ullll. C llU.-tl,,ll ..'. B pt<'otimSyrni>. Ta. tcs pood. UoO nifiit aiiiV )ityrf all \vlttp-\ ish to s-tify: (
    aad UnJ.i in tin S.iKl by Uif-iUM-lviXs the ofthf
    f. uni /
    ; will enable her to take ad -: j grea' superiority
    in the election will
    f in Ji.CK ivillc and men coming J., of St.ukc, I la, ->-*' < ;::?i.jover any ami all others nor tin '\
    all inner and shoal
    of *
    passages be the business state of the
    country. O \Vviimn.: .
    ( on of eK-ctricliy.- :- I use, 1 i' Wl alit I examine: tho tmie ot
    ,1' where the cannot bp followed, and Whatever criticisms may bo made of .. V J. J'It'ir.ehiitit! I J. 14.

    / \ entirely cured in which she can dart but to deliver President Cleveland there has been ndfc "*- J.. C.- IticKtiit', .;'*('_ TiEEI. TICIv I LII(' i!. i. itt I (),l'.titltk 1 i.', I / l'rti .OASKI.NS.irixt .in.] (>pticiai.k

    lire We haven't a fort between safer president in office within the memory -; titer.aOTEFjJ I tt-e Dr. ,1. I t. ?-ioinN: 'I't r \VincI.uisn I Only A'it for Stirk.. -
    ; and Texas, nor a gun mounted, nor of this generation. Business has I!.iliii; it N :i i>iirc; i-Liiu'-ly fi'r loss

    yau priy taxes the poiirfTrrt. :.Hor.t that can resist & modern iron never at any time received anything but li Pt! iJMt'ATIOX. ttt 1'Vf-l! ('. -"i.ih.-: :ti.d( ah vhiiMt"an! i EERES1wDYE&1[
    hVr ; luit: the Vesuvius may sink the most aid and strength from the policy of his .his"n.e-; _
    ami ;
    ,- jj[ blanket ship! with a single shell. administration, and those concerned in it* RAN[ !) OKFICI AT G.\IM>\ ILI.I.'i.. \. J
    JJ __ > Ju the ;tiri1T' off, *s willing : ; remote the chances of alsucce s.- have entire confidence in the president'swisdom : t 3.i. iI..Sy4'i If :.1011ti Milliiu_- -ith' i-.k oi- inLunVMi -
    ---- r. ('\-<"-. or i'v. !11.1-! 10 Your Ov3i"'yliiij Home.y .
    i-t lieuiiy! f.iM.i t.n.ii..iovn; v..t / at
    Ts.'fnre! odccrs will be found
    console coiiifurl )licr with free whis- \ :
    ( > ftiu) and discretion. IIo s eVtitlcd to i..aqte'! t st t.tti' has fl ll II.>t-l ..-llis. I-.H l.if.-ri In -:iii I e |iiii-klv t-nied l li- ''isti !I.-. J. {f. I il will dye evcrytliit IWjreol j eTemr. !o
    4 M : : !jcey.: Siie nmy al <> dvi'ltefomewarmth I to take all risks, and the obstacles support from jjjiis. catfe, anJLcspccially ntni.c. U-U |j'i''I in <-M.I I ut It i t' .hi: i Lt.ii':'. ; :.e ; : iL--_ ii:, p cile. Prte SOC. urnck.e. Tn li.ivenoeqi'atrcrs '
    $ overcome will he no greater than when the schemes against which he has Siiti (.inn will I..- n..i I It- 1.1-4 :: .'.i., t-I 1 iu :H ox. ii llriBT.t S' AiaoauJ in Tjchajj .
    froiun! clic l>;:r gri\ilu.of! lobijsco; r\ml\ m' iepf encountered by Gushing when he to contend remembered. lIe\ ill | <> Vir'tir. .ri.-! i air-.i-.i-: ., Cli ll. < ft i,<-ii ri -- ------- 0 are \ -
    # l xi' t,'arid ::t : i. lI jtl.t. : '! i-S, ]icr do not crock or smut; 40 culm s. Fur sile It fJ. tI
    Y \Tiisdictk'r.'I ,
    : : ILustuwn {tNS ) the Mbeiu rle. ceive it.-Boston Herald.It W r1 Irnrtii( I :Kit'i n'.s.! a'i.l ds's<-s
    viif.i.u, .\: -:. .t-t. !' 'vii, i .t. :. : 11 t1';ii) I *
    14 I c : --L -- i j. ti-i. \l '-< f SV ?H t-. -, r.: V -. :ttl S \\ l.jri .itU-i t -ttct.< ;'til: I e'fl- .. -.EI' ? j.,_ ( __ It. a>.I\.in $, Htarkr. Ijr: /
    .; j .. ; : > TUe fcpofc: nf the Uuited States Coin- I 1ST: -75:: the keels of five double tur- W V""f :' E $t.t. IS.;F; "> .-; ; -l L.I [ : t.l\l i::. 11- fa' i* [' -r> !ti) tl; !'itti, i ;.. -- .
    I 'a
    1 1z fA. >Tiiissiouer pf Kthirati6u shows that thenUnlHiu monitors were laid end hough Camo Soon Kiiough for Thfim. 1U- nun :- th- {' i\v.i.! .>. .P -.. -..tS : |if-%'- hi-. >\\.nk-, l..i I'l.'V I .' tiin l I\ |-.j;.. : ; .l 4i
    ships werelaunched they were never Now that the president's letter is out conlii.u II.N; us-: .. ri".i, r4ji'.i.i..t.. .i :f. [ 1P\' lit,. .-u' IL. :. -. .4; .9 V 1 A

    s p[ L : : i:: tC01 OVQ.ItQliPj) L1IiL11ti h iIey In 1SS<> congress made an the Republicans, who have been ccniplaining nUilll.At.!'.i.iTi--ott.1 so.: !'. ...r'u-iiu., :\ : l.jt tI ..v ,/ ,.. ... -. t a., ,'t. _. -

    laU's, i ir jme to'cvcry inhabil- ( ] ion to fmi>h three monitors and at its delay, wish that Mr. Cleveland t,. .. ::i jI. .. I .. .: -:-..yw5n wi.l, i
    *l .- -I!. l !- Mi '. Hi:, -t; x. : /f : .
    had withheld it still longer. It is a .i._ Vill'l 1 111 I i t.-.a > | I .
    e ii r. MiitsTlip Yt'iH )> ilajly attriidanc-e ont them v.ith rifled giui.s and ji/Kicr : i> "'' .. ..' 1 1 .
    pointed and vigorous document and shakes A. J D.wt'S.; r : > !tint,1K" : 'v !. as dcfviibo vcsscN. Tho C'r1 ::! rtNO'L'i'E : -. '.' .- -' 4
    ) ( : (he f hools is qlwuJl .000.000. A good the .> Hi .n 'I.-V: i'i -f.! :.v if '
    tho sawdust out of
    1 are' ; ;: has K-g..i: and \\ ill pushed r.i Republican.Jjuga- t:..! : :u. : I-s .', -, \ t. j, ;. (P1'I \ _' .
    piany youtjg jdeu h-flmfng how to i | i-'i bo r.upplicd. Tho I'l-rilau, boos and ehed. daylight upon their cam PU'j'9! _ii'.di.vti .- :. 'tn ,.!?- < o;' a" n1 ?' it. ... %

    *> ;.. ri ] l.irf-cit of the uiouTtors, lin s a ci'is- paign roorbacks in the style for which the t" .1 l.i.1; l'i's !tie ti.ys, .. I li. .!..' i
    *- ; ) ; while the president is becoming somewhat cele- 1N'' IF! 'rUEsV1I.:: ., :. i-7. .
    TrJr uf 0,000 tons, .. .art' rII-i: :i. .1 I t : i 'IJ-.a- AK: (
    :. tiir !has been a }T_reL: dt.ait.! : ; uauecesp uIaiiUOi. Moiiaclnock, AiupLitrito Ifltfd.-NCW! York World. i I....... I!tL lilt' i.n''viz-1 1sNctu'e 011 !i\'iii-v: :d at ait.1- l>.;!(t< *.u.i I i.n.i- -

    ,_I% ? :Iy vxilunu'Ui tts, week over quarantine i I Terror t-i-ttr f-hips.] Lave each a diboui 4 niuiinl I n-ul-r l.a- Sir.iicv i.t h.f, i.i'itt'i; nui.xke > tlv-l'- .M.e. __ ii- tr t----; w- :
    4 pf tous. Tho tuivAs are lie Don't fuderstan.l lilotve. final i.t: in supiH: ::! cLu>. HU 1 -
    .4 matters which very n Mth reglett<. i-nulc i .-toiv tin Cuciiit Ju.t-. _: r :: a ';tiii- .. I.C % :.1-t, ; i-i'-
    :i Poor, bewildered Benjamin HarrfsonlUo or in l.i iIiM-i! :or-, tl.' i 1 -: !h o i jrei::' Conn, at t tIlT-M I- 'ttxn, i: ..
    goutl. thinking citizens. U U Ii.If.t't ''tr
    to beJjppwl and tLo armored clocks aio- two doesn't know whether o eeure trusts Stail.111! m >i ik \iz: IH. : -ni-v ii-.t'-i! :01 i, ki'iiipv ,, .
    t tii" f 'rtiini.i.4 .
    I '4 iiuw that nil danger of tie disease thick." or to ignore them; whether stick to the Ker. e% n. Stirk>>. !1"U.. I II.! E. l-i.% 7, fr the LI1-! .' : .:.. .. t
    t-iiu-t'Miix. '
    > J. !. .Mi-! ,
    W -4 of S W .U t u.-. ill Tp i S K1 Illf r. '
    for coast do- -
    di that
    : poinijig I here is over- that Ibere will belesa I ; noistrating Chicago platform or wait far the senate'spatches nTau I following; v TI'S .. s t.> irov.Irs I l.i\f-r aiiil K.I lit-- !: !) ill 1 s jilt ii1te-' uuiIiztircliuaiiga .
    : baid HU( tmuora jtot repealvJ. This Iho! I'uritau iaajcatch for r.Aost! ; whether to deny that there is a con'tiiiioiis n--iUnce up n. ai.ii ...uliuatif of, tiiMn to iM.i'thr-i; .,. t.3c.... *i per li'ihTu -. i
    ironclad. tbs lieutenant | saM! iaii'l. \w '
    foreign surplus or to favor spending it; whether :
    applies tu uu -.flU cisou.illyviut all i'rivtious! of several other fnJ.t | to adviso tarlfl lingering or go in for war
    t, I '- generally. -. v"There ir.'i,iLias now in construction lie taxes forever. Republicanism is getting T. V. .\nt, r-.o'i, In: if-ol;" pi.Mou i l nc ,ti ;t Ie: :. ;IV % ]

    ,\ 1I 1- -= cut how rupicHyihQ> >ccretary is to be a very uncvrtain article.-New York Jehu (,. I.:., h. 'I'Usctioim! :--ivit: ;, :-n-l 'liIM>IIIHvi! hll
    thoso defcnd a t i J coasts, World. s aNotice. TflKEfl, iL'-!! < : mityif jliirk i-.tra' ,
    : is Jio reason why pur Diwrd ofi i [|
    thoroughly every couji ra Sr is pro- 1-gaarr. '7'-' '" '(""" ';'" :<' 'icl""!. I'r. .J. II. Up tuPikSg0P
    I }1c1LI i( ) should uol work in harmony, and for nd what fpjpJ j qffDfent .has 2Iure British Sympathy. :. -LIIK *. :', 'hriiiiiir! TIMi!it- ..mi'HIi Banlneiis h.rt-&j4 c T7e.Nt'f Tc1egi'pbi.

    tb It ( -. : H5 such ytnt not the case It is well that bhn\vVi in the coia tirtfcta2i| .nd con- | News comes across the water that the t tfvx d I'uritif-r tnvc ptirp, rjl1i Ltt.--p i | I I3II Cheapest & Best 3ushess Cin' the I

    t : { pip.shpulil| retire. At the beginning there that part c*_ 'jib_ ;j tl klith this bustle is no longer is favor among wei-ks<<: I vuI! pvplv t. ii..ii.JtpIi \ :' I 'I, ;:..I &"iia :,, ';., '., .. CIIibp.t Morl.l. ,,,,,,-,. O..4 5-t.. '
    I ] I : '? s. "iiSt>V4S iAitut I English women. As Mrs. C'cvcland rently M. t.hird.: C'tn'fitv;trt-f tli- Cotintr lI.I.$. I.+;i "_ : hfttlt-. (ii-i..r., I.ha.--fI.r S., iioII.Lr4CI'Seii.riI
    3 pl f tie- :; \V'erc t rcp to look to for protection, now | 1 : tha Maljjeriina yfesri"xro by \ : discarded this peculiar adjunct cf of Brj>.lii>r,|. SMteorrit.ri.ti. ''.r Ij-ttvrs 'if A.liuiiiisti Ru.In.,,. IS i. 14)otoff'i1i0'olo) '
    L All the other members tti'.n; on '!i.; L.-.t ibo : .
    t .iL : pujy! one < Ipft.. :: :: cqnais rOTyf>wl anna- < the feminine toilet this is doubtless only Soil, lie f.f tieC'! of lYu.'fjl.l! dft-cascl! itu-ti it -. oi.iL 1e1.- i. WrttIlg. ''phl
    i t>f the Board pf Health seem to be glad to d i.iivJiy nhipfjJo1'eu-, another expression cf Wkish sympathy I S>.-pt IS'lll"KS. :.sMMiil-.nioii iij.t .r .. tl,4 ''p aantIe..i.- % '. 4uatftQW 4 SJ1r
    To nrilrr. $ p.Iag'Pr
    I I oi which hayieS disp acvfunts .of and will for the Siniotus I). HAOAMA.V. ; f. |I't! ; -- III a -r Ips.tft" SmIL. .
    I 9 j-liift. the responsibility onto some one beside good adE Ktrutiai.-St.LacLi .. I 3 ill" 'tinlv'i ...(.; | UK." iiu,, i- U. El. .iUfflI Mu -'-

    Is I ) \ 10,000 to lo.OXXfcions "twenty : Post-Dispatch. P Ust-I'l-. M.- \.J.! .. ,,, ; .(... ., ,,,. ,. ..* -
    in the of the
    \ I themselves. Hut' :
    armor"afll i
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    eyes Inches of 100 toii "* T" V To the l4sdIi'i,. )tt1it: ;u.LI lI''i.I 'ii t ;r ,, ... 13 Co.isumpt Incurable?

    r I; $1 people end ) member, is held equaly.! ;rejponsiblw they beleuj to the cLus of iruisiug.t Cleveland, I'lemJiiir and RandnuaClub. Thoiv tm (liiti.-iii'ls! of Ladies I Ii r'Ii.- i-.h t hi- j'rc'j'rti.' ')t !;,;. ],:.?.. l f. .u'iii I K-v 1 the lV>Hi-l(:-: Mr. C. H. Morrtf..
    .- & that advocated by.aany as \ -: nut I the I -sl iii'1i 'i-vtik. Ark .. '- v.idown wiiaP1
    t t: for all! actfons tnlityi.r : oitiMryhdic _;) tins arc p.-i- ft i.tlisili. ,. & t-: \
    4-- useful cud cfikient. : They will Ix; i A Democratic Club ... j .' an'I ??'*
    H was formed at the souii anil uhnse l 14! >i>d i>- in nu impure! ; j r lZtic. itt l..tiijg. rut:! frii'n(1'4
    \ 1 -- T rf to more than half the IrcncLuls Court House on last Friday ni-jht vyith C ntlii.i.;: : from lluab.Drj.tnm (.f iniiirtt| -; i !t.> inonouuI I nit, tI iv Ii
    t b -A Our farm rs. zne4z&nics. )Jabprers, and l France and Enghind. while few of the Capt. H. F. York President, C./L. Peek 01)11 Icr. due TCI; irreiiulnriti.I '!'i't riti k i .r. veg4-i; : )9 of 4 '0 f.s iii,3,1 'ii,'i. ftftraii: tvkin I Pr. Kitig SN

    1 'j allourciUunsciQaely 1! ? s< culi .idlnn.fitnu i. ;}ti.iititiilii t'O.LttII.i new iv 4-' i o!; !;'il,"r f- n.nsfil '.w | .i-v-o\erv to;* ,*i,.':-.iiiiiptii, _5
    : nceae ia tlie .Uxes assess. 'upiaa theirand [ ] | : & strengtb." **?- -j Frazee Sect etary and Treasurer andJElJ ful (OhiO nlxl blriiid-cU-alvtii.i I IptiIt't 1 to tho rays of': (hi> MM- i. , .,'o.I nttn i r, ti.v l'nir.! bttte.! j.i tl hl( to *ver?
    i -"Tig to Licnt. Nl bi, ilo iho Wv BppftsoQ V-i TnnT riTnjgh'ii'1 105": ties of Pii'-'r.'y Ash. Puke KH..I ; iiialjiiij. Dr. .1. I II.I :Mrl I ... iii's I 'h! ih.e: -tnrl.vill M>f !ha. w-nVk ot my r.irin. It is the finest
    sapdid'd aiand a'Lj
    tJ_ DLber propcn been fi-vci- 'n re'. I.v ;;iLl a! ( '. .. iiifli il-i **
    L busy. Qiicrentous. nen Were enrol ltd.rSaaifesf ),'tii--itiiit-l!'. V. 1 1'. '. L4.1.t. -i ii' '-pr ia'ii-.
    -1 I reason? for such : ( ( ,,-9 quiet Itot r"iiraMynr''. fy" -i ut.- a"hft.-. '- | .11. -4sC .4kl! "vj.r. !Hi .-.inr: Ohw.cay
    ter<.r and tberOflCLtSra RIsoi ,tncl l I b.uuKlJ'sc hi-aUh I lih' I lie *
    ? r 4cl; hCyceWmXJiOeLediflI I : been g"n-at" many mdtt: place o* tho sick'y! l lot.k. the lost color ainl! Bucklen's Arn T'Salve. i !ri--i i.t.t
    I t : qwrer8 ; 3 is to be gff lsht, lIre! general wreck: i.f the system by the .T''"- *T; :-il'c-! ;ttI "-,:. ir t I 'Vs.iari'l t:' ,l f !.uii: Troi.UrAVasiven up of e
    } l drink 1ea following ot Prkkly I'tke.ll'a't f ,, : -, -, .. t p-.'. :' "
    menabersxpetJ use AMi. unIt Pu- } k"ver Ith. Try
    q I 4 JiliF 7cIufl1 otpdnwI! 4 :: t'T'r. \ > ruuv Lit --tt f.f Iie
    f M green alr.0nd. mettiair: Hqjl.'t'J. L. Oas- assiuni. as iio.sts of females sill tt-stifv. S1.,, i1tr. .".. 1'to.i :: ': .' h'-tti..t-t. t J. II Gaskills t.
    I .1/ / lion visited imp no mhyipre is l flugg t.n1 ColV huh many certiricates are in the po eion bl'ti.! ( -i'ri'-. a.l :. 1 :- ; ,. l ii. t .. I'rrsturn.. i 5t'ghM
    tnilU duties' hardlv I-' ht4s1g w: Mot* p'>>itv! >lv (-ii re ]* ,. 'I
    : r rat ( large turn-onl is ezpegle1. of the Company which they have \ rurniattt -i .f p. jiiire '--
    Confectioner tho Itemibiiean | l. It IH [ r-intIh..J i i't.. !I* "( uninvited, hUt
    friends Mini
    iV .' iv especially invited not to puhliah. all prove P. P P. l wiTiKoii! } f
    I 4-it r rlutps I s1ouj I'vyuwAnap f(thefdaf principles! o f a.blessing to woiminkinil8 25 watNfrfC'ioM, or IttOp"'fn'i ti.. iv' t' I .,:i .-ui ijnicklv j.r ti-I .f he with a
    1! J- q 'i&tJJi1"1 deco 1i1 cf ntH I"r IKKX. Fiirsalndv I i| t-w IOH .
    1 t : -hieh : 5? ,,f i Dr. J. i II. Mi-Lean:
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