Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
March 18, 1892
Publication Date:
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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>.
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HANDS. HARRY GRAY'S GANG.It An English writer on the Effect
o Ift.wen. weary and brown and Withe.
: Flashes Musical Sounds on Animals" has And Received $'n,OOO Medal From
ltet Caacht from th. Kleetrle WORK.{ pub What I* tnt word ntelhUiks ye knoW
Now Develops That He Belonged
t lihhed curious observations on the .
V METHODS ADOPTED BY Wires Under the Sea. some A.rS..t. Gyerle.tThe EfllIt'44 oy.r word that the Irlb"
PEOPLE WHO BEIIUX a land of nor lar.. subject. A few of those relating t oxen man who averted a war between the SI net to the blaUm or the grata below I

1t HAVE WON FAME. March 10.The H.mburgr ATLANTA. March 10.-Harry Gray, and cows will be of Interelt Argentine Republic and Chili is at the Scythes that Iwila la Uie grtanilcIoTa%
Nachrichten, in article inspired by OPIMlll to our hou wa a large fieldIn Something ILI they wty at Lt'y pasa;
a the young man shot by Policeman Ivey, some twelve or thirteen cows Arlington, says the Washington Post. ills What's the words that over and over
Prince of Three
Bismarck Short Work Made: ] .
Hen. With Magnetic Touch and Men replies t the state I[ still in a critical condition at his were whi'h put during the summer months. One name Is Gen.Thomas O. Osborn, and for Slogs the scythe t the dower and gnmlHush.

ment which has appeared in several Negro Rioters. German band began to play on the eighteen years he was the United States
Who Shake Hands p Father's home. Gray has told the detectives day a ah. bush! the scythes are
GracefullyTh. pers that much uneasiness i felt of of the crimes he has road which divided the house from the Minister resident Buenos Ayres. When lush. and heed not and fall aylni.Iep.8u"h. ;

Latest Method of Winning Vote.-A Prince' Bismarck's home owing the many Held. The cows were quietly grazing at succeeded last fall Gen. Osborn and D. they say t the granges swaying;

Few Specimen Shakes." impending t committed, and they aro now looking Leaders of the Shelby County the other end of the field, but no sooner Thompson, the pastor of the American Huah.they sing to the clover deep;
publication by the gorera- for several young men well known in did they hear the music than they at once Hush 'Us the lullaby Unit, 14 singing;

American swells who have vent a few ment of receipts and expenditures of the Atlanta. Gray member of club Tragedy Hanged. advanced toward it and stood with their church at the Argentine capitl. started Hush.and heed not for all things pas; _
was a a for the Pacific Coast by way
In England haw a the wall attentively listening. Bush al. hush the scythes are
peculiar heads 8wlnalnl
. years way of Guelph fnnd and over
shaking hands. They elevatethe me composed of young men who have robbed have unnoticed, but Argentine; Bolivia and Per They traveled Over the clover over the grasd
elbowof from that I This might
fund in connection The Jailer Was Overpowered byte p& 000 miles on muleback, crossing the
residences in city lately. The Andrew Lane.
the right arm to a level with the shoulder German many I upon the musicians away, the animals -
secret servic. Bismarck h detectives have recovered several articles and Forcedto ranges of the Andes and frequently riding
permit the hand to Lynching Party followed them well they could
perfunctorily practical
grasp the one extended, give one feeble has been charged in this fund, i of value stolen by members of the Give Up the Keys of i tm the other side of a the wall&, and when forty and fifty miles a day across the The !Not.. Salute
some roughest imaginable.
ehake. and that is all. Many young men he administered quarters vlub. One hundred and fifty-nine shares they could get no further stood lowing country \tme The Junction of noses 1> 8 general and
it to his the Jail to the hot air. almost devoid of oxygen,
carry OW of the stock of the Collins Brick Them
now affect this mannerism in handshak points. The II plteously. So excited did the cows become described aa so forcible in Africa and
Hamburger Nachrichten nearly them, while at other
ing without pany were recovered. f' of them round the Held to lsphyat Oceauica have rise to fanciful -
knowing its origin. When denies that March 10. It is reported that some ran as to given a
Bismarck feels uneasiness MEHPUl times were the region of eternal
anyone shakes hands with royalty ha. any The detectives have not so far I try and get out; but, finding no outlet,returned theory that it had occasioned the flattening
.. concerning the matter, and ed of the but think will that five have been hanged in snow. It was a long and hazardous trip
bows low ad they negroes had But In
at the same time and the raP that if any gang to the same corner where they of the noses of tho peoples.
he half months for Its
the two
suit Is that his elbow Is elevated. The which publihe maner catch them very soon. the yards of the Chesapeake and Ohio lost sight of the band, and it was some requiring a the accounts of many of tho tribes of the
the applied it wouldbe accomplishment, anti Gen. Osborn says
young English fund wer time before they seemed satisfied that the Dark Continent and of the Islanders of
aristocrats who had very to those who railroad, immediately back of the Shel- that he would not undertake it again for :
shaken hands with the unpleasant LOGAN E. BLECKLEY. sweet sounds were really New Zealand KoUmtiw. Tahiti.
Prince of Wales pron MRS gone. Tong
are present him.The by jail. all the wealth there is in
kept up the habit of elevating the elbow a attacking county I have often noticed the power music has Blvia Hawaii and other the

and others imitated. It l la a most Insincere The Wife of Chief Justice Hleckley I The mob knocked on the big iron gateIn over oxen. The other day we ha bra averted.But now The about boundary the war line between. Osborn the action does not seem A'roup of rubbing,

and heartless way to greet a friend. Polish levoluUonl.u Seriously Sick. the high stone wall suroundina the baud playing in our garden. a adjoining Argentine Republic: and Chili has been a but of mutual smelling.It .

Lei&:h Hunt was noted for his cordial and LONDON, March 10.-A Warsaw dispatch ATLANTA, March 10.-Mrs. Logan E. jail at 3 o'clock, and caled loudly for were four Scotch oxen. matter of dispute ever since these countries is truo that the travelers generally'
: irrcptlblo hand shake. Ills was firm says that of late the Polish revo- When the baud struck up they were at c ll rbbing. but the motion and the
grasp Bleckley, the wife of the chief justiceof Keeper were first created. The bitter foolingculminated
and O'Donnel. the far end of nine-acre field out sometimes than
., reassuring, and had a a quite pressure are no greater
magnetlo lutionists have been extremely active in about 1880. and war was im
touch in It which politicians of these days the supreme court of Georgia, is lyingat "What do you want?" came O'Don- of sight,the field being very uneven. They minent. had mobilized that of the muzzles! of two dogs making or
Argentine an armyof
would give I thousands of dollars to possess propagating their doctrine of free Po the point of death. For twenty years Del from the jail door. set off full trot to the garden wall, put 100.000 men and was eager to settle by cementing an acquaintance. The pressureand
all classes of the inhabitants. -
among their necks and remained till the rub The
Since Hunt's time handshaking, asa One of the taken the Mrs. Bleckley has not been able to walk "We have u prisoner here. Open the over s bloodshed the vexed question. On the eve are sO'nduy 0.11 emphatc.
steps by tune finished when went back to
social art, has been cultivated with was they juncture' only means compliment.
Indifferent of the crisis Gen.Osborn lie
j success. military in order to thwart the success until a month ago. At that timo, under gate.. graze; but as soon as the music'ltrck up Interene. .You smell very good!1"

There is the pump-handle shake the of the propaganda is to billet soldiers the treatment of Dr. Hugh Hagan. she And he came down the walk and again they came and put their heads once offered to commuuioata 0 It is Illustrated in the Navigator group

.:, Western grasp the Four Hundred, at private houses, which, it is believed, was enabled to walk about some, and to the instant he more over the wall. This went on till the born of Kansas, then Minister to CbU when the noses of friends are saluted with
tlp- an with view of the
opened a question
your-fingers and other stylos that have will effectually prevent a discussion of have a carriage drive with some friends. gate I band lef after which they ate little all decdloj a long and hearty rub and the explanatoryword.

special nomenclature. Which is the no plans to bring about an organized The weather was rather cold, and she found himself pushed unceremoniously day continually lowing. friendly "(Jood! Very good; I am happynow
cor- relate howGen.Osborn's
It would be to
rect form is a difficult question to answer, movement against the czar's authority, contracted pneumonia. aside. While two of the mob held him There are many anecdotes that show a long story !" The Calmucks also go through a
proposition was accepted,
because In Boston a Philadelphia gentle- It is barely possiblc.Jor her to live, tightly against the wall, his followers that the ox or cow has a musical ear. The suggestive pantoraina of In
though at first reluctantly, and how he grotn"
man's handshake might be deemed barbarous Entered In Deep Wat.r. and her serious illness Xtill call forth an filed into tie jail. The mob then carts in Corunna,in Spain, make 8 loud began correspondence with his bmU.rdplomat which they creep on their kne t eab

and a Hub!Shako In New York might T.UIPlC Mex., March 10.-The British earnest prayer from every citizen of and disagreeable a creaking sound with h of the same name. lie proposed other and then join noses,&much &possible -
be considered archaic and stiff. But New Georgia for her speedy recovery. forced O'Donnel to give up the keys t their wheels, for want of oi that the like the two dogs before mentioned.In .
steamship Creole from New Orleans should name the lino it
York Is cosmopolitan, and never notes the cells in which were the negroes. Ina I Governor once Issued an have the tat tho Navigator Islands only equals mu-
and do the .
with any degreo of censure the solecisms with 1,20 tons of coke for smelters Morrison Is Against Palmer. moment they had them in their power. wheels greased but the carters petitioned After the accept first letter t.hat Chl between tuuo tually rub their noses. The inferior rubs ,

of visitors. at has that this might not be done, as the oxen ps his and smells the superior's
Monterey, arrived here and ChICAGO March 10.-Hon. W. B.Mor- They Boon hurried out of the jail. the Ministers, the between own nose on
:: The pump-handle shake I is the most crossed the bar, drawing She were I. liked the sound, and would not draw 8 hand. The respectful greeting of
. 1 fet rison in this city. Speaking of the Ayres and Han Diego t as placedat I'ijlls t
; democratic and the most natural.! :First, i the first vessel to a full i The mob placed ropes around the. well without their aust.One muslo. Ben0 their the further negotiations take and smell the hand without

;'" the hand is seized in a cordial, 1-am-glad- cargo since deep water has been ob Cook County Democratic Convention, necks of Moss. Stewart and McDowel dlspsalaod the wire. Wheu it. In Gambia when the men slut the

" to-seo-yoii way and then tho up-and-down taine The Creole is the initial steam which last week indorsed the candidacy and hurried them from the acr0 Tall Women ou Broadway. the two Governments submitted their lines women they put the woman's had to lr

pump-handle movement is begun. It is a line which will ply between the railroad track to a lonely place in noses and smell twice at the back of It.
,, of General John M. Palmer for the ; The number of tall women to be seen on it proved that there was very little difference -
not beautiful, because It is simply a motion English points and Tauipico at intervals outskirts. In the Friendly Islands nose are joined.
main the
Presidency he said Broadway is remarkable. Where do they ,and that the point was control -
-. v without curves, depending entirely of about two weeks. : Negroes being pla.ce together, in less aiding the ceremony by taking the baud
all come from? It Is the fashion be tall of the Straits of Magellan. When this
t upon the \Igor of the shaker. "I cannot see that is was conducted than three secondl twenty-nye rifle t of the person to whom civilities are paid
and straight and slender and willowy, had finally been compromised, the treaties
The Four shots rang out, the negroes almost b and rubbing it with a degree of force
Hundred shake is a cross between Mackenzie's Memorial. any different from that which instructedfor cause it is a style adapted to the were sent to each country for upon
exchange. '
r a Delsarte and the old school of instantly. The mob quickly dispersed wel .. the elut r'l own nose anti mouth. TheMariana
LONDON, March 10.-Lord Calthorpe Hill in New York State. Continuing display of the things in Parisian it was winter when the negotiations
elocution and it was not until daylightthat Islanders formerly smelted at the
shake and is a decided improvement "
upon both. It is not a shake of who has had charge of the fund t b Mr. Morrison said: "I am opposedto the extent of the lynching was realized. millinery and dress goods. But have reached their climax, said Gen. Obboru to hands of those whom they wished
emotion t t
women the power to suddenly grow tailor a Post reporter "and it was at some risk
& but one of elegance and Impt't'8slve-! devoted to the erection of a memorial to Senator Palmer candidacy and regardit In order to meet a prevailing fashIon the courier bearing the treaty crossed tender homage.

l ness. The elbow is pressed to the side the late Dr. Sir Morell Mackenzie, has a an unwise movement. Senator Killed b Ills Sister. way, they might bloudine their hal tht mountains so we sent another courier Capt. Beechy" dOrlb of the Sandwich
and kept there while the hand Is extending that Palmer is altogether to old to be a candidate ) a Islanders: art drawn inward
announced the fund will be devoted It certainly looks like It. For there never after him but heard from neither. According lp
the He is in his 75th and I NEW YORK March 10.-William H. between the teeth, nostrils are distended
lingers not a teat grasp, but a to the erection of a' permanent addition year, was a time when so many tall women agreement, the treaty was to be exchanged -

t.. Blight presttm.. As soon as the fingers to the Hospital for Diseases of the don't believe any man at that age shouldbe McGinn, 27 years of age, quarreled with could be set n. They run al the way from t and confirmed by six o'clock on 1 and the lungs are widely Infate;

t". touch and a feint is made to press them Throat which was founded by Dr. I a candidate. Then, again, the Democracy his sister, Mrs. Mary lumpIer, at the five feet six to six fnt>t You can met certain day. As the afternoon wore ou the face is then llhe rorward, nose

; to the extended hang, the greeting is conS Mackenzie in 1803, and with which he : of the State would look upon six feet women in couples by the dozen on and nothing was heard of the couriers the brought into contact and the ceremony

U ill m ate]. was connected until the time of his Senator Palmer's candidacy a a practical residence of Mr Wiegand, in Brook- Broadway any aftei noon. By the side of Argentine Republic uke over the wire if concludes with a hearty rub.

: A Western grasp is simply a tight death. : gift to tho Republicans of a Senator- lyn. McGinn struck her several times the ordinal y run of men these women look the treaties could by telegraph.

squeeze of the hand without a dump-han _ ship because the next Legislature which with his fist, blacking hei.eye. She six feet six. Chili b exchange don A Story of a Loving Cup.

dIe movement. In olden times, wheu gen- Mrs. Osborne Sentenced I would elect a successor to General Pal- threatened to kill him, and he drew a There art two theories for the sudden An hour later both couriers arrived in San A Bostonian who had been in London

tlemen wore knickerbockers, 811 vt>rI LONDON, March 10.-Mrs Florence' mer will no doubt b Repuplican. pocket knife, opened it and handed it t excess of tall women-one that some Diego. good deal relates that not long since he a
buckled shoes and superlatively; frilledshirts her, saying: "Kill me if dare I" mechanical has been discoveredand There
Thel you process was rejoicing in Argentine
S. Osborne, against whom the grand great had the honor of dining with one of the
I they bowed stiffly, extended two Two Fire Fiends Shot. took him at word and
Hiinpler Is which
J h being secretly practiced by you may be sure, when the news was pub oldest of the in that when
fingers or morn us the dignity of tho jury a few days ago returned a true bill the blade into heart. He companies cty.
MEMPHIS, March 10.-A new way to plunge hi stout \Ollllu'e drawn out Into long and lished that the boundary dh-puf hewas.howu the
ehakee might warrant, and passed on, for and arraigned from the house neighboring loving cup &
larceny perjury, was a blender females; the other that these been Upon Gen. O bum'l head
collect old debts that had a tragic end- sette passed at the conclusion of the dinner the
(. taking care toipo tho touched hand with for trial in the old Bailey. She pleaded drai; store, and fell dead in the door women have always existed and are now clUzD showered compliments date 1M2.He .

a handkerchief If it came in contact with guilty to the charges against her and ing i reported from Cleveland, Miss. way. The woman &arrested. suddenly brought forth from their retirement and honors. Nor were these honors empty had been told earlier in the evening

any pernpliHlion. was sentenced to nine months impf Will Dockery,a merchant of that place, by the Inexorable d.'I'ro of fashion. ones. The ladies of the capital presented that the ball of the company had been

The city of Chicago has some few hand- onment at hard labor," the had a store built at Boyle's station, A Strong Breath. The latter would seem to be the morereasonable him with a pair of handsome agate vases, burned to the ground In the great lire of

i shakers rector-General who can Davis claim has originality. Di just a the prison doctor should permit. three miles from Cleveland, and put intoit The horse power of the human breathIs explauaton. When it was the a French clock mounted in agate and a London, and that everything which the
a breezy, robust fashion fl women be enbon point the card table of the name beautiful stone
style, which unsettles a weak man's a stock of goods worth about p,50.John not great enough to scatter a regiment tall and slender woman hid herself away The Argentine Government as a token of (he'ompanhad had been consumed so that
Not remarked that of this
undaUon. It Is a grasp, a squeeze a Thayer I Satl18e4 Rice and Richard Carter, (f soldiers, nor will it uproot trees,as the from pullc gaze as much, as possible. She its appreciation,sent to Pars and hud von reproduction of older course cup was I

push a pull and and a jerk. Someone interpreted LINCOLN, Neb., March 10.-The gubernatorial bthclore fable tells us, albeit it contains a surprisIng her boots and walked etructed from an & by Gus an one.
who had been in the employ of stp 0. ni was the answer "this is the
its'meaulngas follows: A grasp farce will b continued.After who the amount of leverage which i evidenced shouldered when she was to be son tavo Dore a massive gold and sliver shIeld the

-Chicago is a big city, and I live there; resisting for over a week the immense hung cntractor around the place put up buiding by the loud report which a paper public pla( 8. Now that she has her Inning This trophy, two and a half feet in diame .ullA'inal.hlw was this preserved In the

J; a squeeze-duu't you forget that our city filled with the breath will she is making good use of it. She is tot and cobting $:2O was presented lire?"
brought to bear the contractor had failed to pay them $3 bag t great
pressure upon
and its make
welcome prouc
everyone ; a She walketh erect at noon- Oen.O&boru with ,
great formality by
that due them for their when between the It was then explained that the
They company
push-stand off and admire the him General has affixed his was work .
rush and Thayer signature smahe day-also In the evening. When she has a President and Cabinet of the
r"publc heavily at the time of theestal.lishmuent
wns so
threatened to in the
get even The demonstratesthe
I business activity of the Western metropo- the affidavit and other papers folowing experiment beau she chooses one she can look down a lbo
( I lis; a pull-come right in and t money was not paid before midnight. It of the human her of -
among us, elementar power upon.[ accentuates glratnc style
to the case in the state not That the store I "e a Trunk. \\ everybody knows.Me\les were
" necessary reopen was paid. night wasburned Unl
; say that Klppllng is a Muuc.hau.san and breath Her Barnhardt
; a more : drooping, draperies -
;" court, and the fight will be re with everything in sti forcibly clugIul. A slim-faced man with a ra'eyaL'deulb made on mot of tho city companies-that
( jerk-there, iiow, I knew could not supreme it I & lead onward and .
] resist upward.It
Take of
j \ does. newed. It is understood that Thayer is found tHat the negroes had a large bag go heavy paper, stli was inspecting some trunk.H la front i it ha hard work to raise the necessary
Chicago no one disappeare. comparatively thing for a
preparing a statement for the to A followed their lay it on the table, cover the easy street store yesterday, when
press on close
Urall :
Field possti
Eugene the Chicago poet, has a trai woman of live foet six to add four inch es to
reminiscent set forth his position before the public. the shot both of cud of it with several books, a the proprietor of tho place applied and It managed to scrape along however
dreamy, kind of a shako. His pursuit her apparent height If she be not fat. Fat I
hand lingers as if to say: "I have met The grounds of the action are understood wounds nru probably fatal Both are Unabridged and a family Bible, for instance the very word seems horrible to the sex asked: until the restoraton when fresh demands

..4 you before and was pleased." He is not to b that the question of Boyd's I jail at liosedale, Mis. then blow into the bag filling or just now. The fat woman suggests the .,. Looking" for a trunk, sir?" were ou the ground that government the of Chare

ostracised because he has not acquired ctiznhip. and therefore hi eligibility inflating it with air, and you will soon ten-cent museums. Let her await coming Yes. I company

the true style of the city of his adoption. t ofce, has not definitely The Negro Illoters. scs that it will overthrow the i. e. triumph.-. Y. Letter in Pittsburgh Dis .Here's the best $1 trunk ever made coutribuW to the support of CromweI -
remains for the and the that soils 'em at less
that it only one
A man who is bald headed and 'writespoet.ry sette court construe the MEMPHIS, March 10.Isaiah Johnson remove a small mountain.- Luis patch. _ _ i than Im company had already mortgagedits

is permitted a great license in the t alias "Shang the who fired theft Despatch.Whit. $ the land and now there was nothing left
city of Browning clubs and bacon.In opinion properly.A negro Pot K.okl Oen. Washington Dowu. replied pale-faced man
for it but the of its which
New York the styles are more varied, shot in Saturday night's race riot, "I don't say it to brag." says Gen. W. with a 6rro\ful shake of his head. One pawning plate.

but marked by no trace of provinciality. Strike I the We.t b been captured at a point eight miles Hade Him Had."I'm H. Payne of Warrenton, Va., "but it was of from these here trunks to Poughkoepuie.wouldn't stand" the Journey was who accordinglypledged carried it to France to the was Lombards owing ,

One of the most dignified handshakers SIOUYCITY, la., March 10.-P. M. Arthur from the city and lodged in jail. It was mad, mad all over!" he shouted, one of my ancestors that knocked Wash- ,. What? I'll warrant them to around i tbs state of things that I plat t
ington down in the market place In Alex-
i among Maxwell the fraternity Ills hand, carefully Hon.William if chief of the Brotherhood of Loco his shot that laid low Deputy Harrold. dropping into a chair. andria during an exciting election. I the word I Take hold of one and bang I :I great fire, and although was etp
time after that event before the
the matter was lia pendens and should be motive Engineers, who i hero t attempt Johnson was found to bo wounded in's the matter? asked a by. don't remember tho year the incident occurred convince yourself. companywas
in a position to redeem the silver,
, duly argued, closes and gradually relaxes. t settle the difficulty betweenthe two places with bullets from the revolvers CtanJer.I but I think it was just previous to Do" you give me leave to wrassle with ultimately the whole came back the

: lIe carries his umbrella under his left engineers and the Sioux City andorher of the sheriffs posse in the fight. just had a fight with the greatest Braddock's maruh to the Monongahela one.,? original In London. t
Of I do I Take hold r'
; arm, which often adds to his unique appearance His injuries are not mortaL Ho obstinately (onemy I have in the world. I where he met his death. My ancestor was course right Courier. owner' tW
said that he was convinced The man with the graveyard drewIn _
hot-blooded and like all the cough
when he salutes any one on the refuses to talk. A number of 1 can't see why that should powerful race, .
had been treated "Wel. full breath called out Sche-neck-ta-
unfairly a
street. Another Hon. Grover men are under arms at the scene and took offense at something Washington Preserve the Trees.
make mad. It would "
. and intimated that there would be a whit you please mo day warning a of -
; Cleveland of Broad street, formerly of riot, and the are also said. Braddok's troops rushed to a I car-Io pS0ngers.
strike unless the discharged men are negroes wonderfully to get a chance to lick then the There are always some cranks who are
my Washington's and would have
. Duffallo and of r for trouble.Italians rescue
temporarily Washington prepared afraid of trees. They to cut
Brotherhood "Rip! went of thohaudle"ripf'weni want dow
He one
engi greatest
itate. says enemy. made short work of Payne, but he warned
has a steady, somanythousandanbourshake refuse to the other,and as he stood it ou end trees and think it their to do so.
other lines it he shouted
wi bade "That't just springing them off by saying that he was able to
: which is more stereotyped than ner Wanting Damages. Tho Idea seems to be that one can not have
and it and Hopped it back
that line does upset one
Sioux City "that's the tiling. But 1 didn't lick protect Later on
ornamental. He keeps his arm In a fixed up himsel Washington too much sunlight. Now sunlight is
families burst loose and the In very
act squarely.South NEW ORLEANS, March to.-The sent for Ha with tho hinge cover spilt
I position and simply gives one grasp. During nt Lim. In't you see my eye. That'iwhat responded its way but tree serve mankind
two. With a twist of the wrist he gave it goln
of the Italians who of having to fight duel but
of number expectation a ,
I his political career he had to shake a makes me 1 mad, I didn't lick him: Jam-bang which completed the wreck, many ways more than moat
a ppl.
.! -' hands with so many people that it was Carolina BIEh.a7meaCAl were killed in the Parish Prison in the lie licked me.. Washington that he took him ,by and the hand made, admitted and, with a bow to the trunk man, ho know of. It has been discovered that whie

impossible to adopt an ornate style. Don March to- Captain lynching affair of last March have retained their was wrong When Washington so they died up joined the crowd and disappeared. the air in the center of Paris on

:<' Platt the humorist Mack-o-Gheek, says John Morgan well here, was quarrel. "Upon soul 1" the proprietoras an average 3,0 bacteria to the cubic yard
":: know Judge Sambala to bring suit for A Wonderful Souther Viewer. Payne was one of the my gap
Mr. Cleveland does not shoot pigeons"while e pall-barers.-t the air in that city contains
he viewed the I made
this city from John's island Louis Globe-Democrat. a big prk
the City of New A wonderful flower has l been discov.
t damages
" conversing and adds that he has mistake in him I He's a baggage-master only t in sme space. Trees along

, .,: a rifle eye." Dy.shooting pigeons"be i ij in a dying condition. He was waylaidand Orleans, a responsible for their death ered on the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.Its Sentiment mt the Grave. Instead of a dying traveler."-N. Y.World. the highways have also their uses

j said he meant that the ex-President struck dw and robbed by two because of the failure of its authorte chief {Hiculiarity is the habit of chan tercepting in their foliage the particles of

."' looked squarely at anyone and did not Joseph Jenkins and to take any prior steps to ing its colors during the day. in However soon the French woman may soot and street dust which fill the air. In
'c' his Mr. Platt is Deg name of whom the mob. The exchange the memory of her dear husband Women In Yellow Troiuen. parts of this country local Improvement
keep turning eyes. sing were ar- police protection from tin' morning it is white; when the nun many
.. silent about Mr.Cleveland's hand- I in The is for that of another still dearer,she may b We assured that the businesswoman's societies are planting trees on the
: ularly and are now jal case suits are the Iala Gvernment is at its zenith it is red. at nightit are now
ret do the decent his
) to
- : r- shake. : identical Maseillonmurder prona ant trut thing by grave. dress is to consist of a pair of streets, decorating church and schoolhouse -
i i is blue. The red white and blue of the small towns in France it
,:- c Senator Frank Hiscock of Syracuse : at the Chicora phosphate some ,a roundabout coat, and a hat; grounds and supplementing the
'. wok flower on a tree about the size the custom of the widow put the favorIto tours work of children Arbor The
.: < whose luxuriant growth of hair is worn last mouth. Jenkins has A Bad Benefit Das I ness.PrrrsBUEO grows t ar told that women of taste will on Days.

; r ': pompadour, with the exception of a robust I crime. Morgan's death is hourly ex March 10. The Progressive of a guava tree, and only at noon duo it plant of her husband upon the grave. A never be satisfied with such a plain garb. Philadelphia Rr reports that duringthe

.:: hyperiou curl that dangles gracefully over give out any perfune woman recently returned from Franc But why should it be plain? We can last years pupils of the pub

:! J ., his high forehead,exemplifies the Dalsarte pte Benefit order ha colap. There tells of seeing a grave in one cemetery make the trousers of red or yelow. the lie schools In Pennsylvania have

'. &choolof salutation by hand. The paradoxical The Bandar Zw Enforced. were six lodges of western bearing a small cherry tree upon It b roundabout of blue or green, we can more than three hundred thousand trees

'.:r-.. part of it is that he knows nothing C. March 10.-The with membership of cause that had been the favorite frt put all sorts of trimming and laces andribbons while In New York State the ttl number
CHARLESTON. a husband. In another
about Delsarte's methods. The SenatorS S Pennsylvania In the last three years the Indians the departed oa make them of of trl planted by the on two Arbor -
1 looks dreamy and languid and reform association got in its work Sunday abut 275. The members were promise ; she saw a grave that was a beautiful bed silk or velvet or any c material whatever.Wecan Days was 51,290. The hygienic value
", the bar The orders a They could have agreed to the Hale of 25,205,750) of rhubarb and In still another a plat of of such work cannot be overestimated.We .
muscle in his body seems to enjoy a reposeful by closing rooms. $10 yer. b as8Se i make the hat very dainty and

.: relaxation. When he puts forward of the chief of police were generally at $3 each ac'rl an area about the size of Kentucky cresses.. and another" of cabbages. 'flowery. We can get up all sorts of fancies sincerely hope that Arbor Day will

his arm he does it perfunctorily and without but five keepers were the probabilities were that the assessments fourth of the Golden Ab madam said the keeper of the for the of the businesswomen's come t be recognized as one of the most

"t' stiffening any joint in it or his body. obye the The would rot numbr over twenty in or one pension, herself a widow, when the bauUr'lnf Womeo'l Na popular days of the year.-Buffalo Com

: :7: The fingers of his hand seem to have entered fined two cheap clothing EptnBtber a year. Since 181 th aesment have State. OdlhonH represents 1,87,8t amused American woman cmment tonal Council has come to a decision mercial. __________

. i c a sweet, dolce far nlente state and for 8trke run a high & whie no person has aeres. The great sale of Sioux lands upon this t her. "Ah you abut It. We can make it plain I anybody -
rfuing Americans, haf no nice little senti This I. the Golden Age.
" ir1 are slightly curved. His hand regts a wer al fne perceptible diminution !been paid. _ amounted to and of you wants it that way but you may b
up. wa 90,0 Chip ments. My owu husband he iz planted wlzonions. As far as fashion Is
in the extended I that few women will wear it says
moment one and is sure concrne.
placidly the number of drunk .
however, in lands to about X. Y. Sun.
" A Birmingham Burning. pewa Evening London
4,0,0. correspondent present ,
'I may
: : withdrawn. The Senator is popular. the court way for any great length of time. We
,j: : i and disorderly cases on police Ala., March 10.-Fire ceded Crow land in Montana broughtin want color In our attr; we want a delicate without any exgerton.b described &

6 docket. |_ I I Bol trunk factory ba about ) acres more, and that Thought I Was a Bllxurd. material for ; want ribbons and the .Golden Age. d gold appear
to the
Dlspatrhfts Nations.
I Tner in
Bobbed While at Church. the and in There was great excitement In Broad frills and flowers upon It 1 believe that some shape or onet.
about of the
loss $8,000 on Clieyennes
caused Arapaho
All dispatches of international importance a station yesterday afternoon while the fashion plates of new dress will hats, mantles and gowns,but It DW

__ are written by Mr. Blaine with his GRK&NCASTLK, Ind., March 10.-The at which was iure for $ ,0. Indian Territoryadded 3,0,0. The Itt was crowded with people at the look just as pretty and stylish as tho considered in the bt.taste for table de

,, F. own hand. Each communication of tho residence of John McNary, eight meet Te Lv company, in Wiehitas agreed t of 573-, tle dept a terrific crash. Hundreds now got up.-Dressmaker.TwrkUhBath corations. At one the most perfectlyappointed 4
r; sort he Indites in the shape of a rough this entered and robbed lost $3,000 on stock, in disp dinner tble seen last week
of city, was s buddng 000 the Sacs 391- out to the train gates expecting to a
;). draft,w Lieu is apt to be full of corrections loss on the building acres, J'oxe rh train the glasses were gold,and

I f. : and luteiliueatlous. This goes t a copy- of f. McNarr did not ben l* .vac was $1,5.,0 T by insurance.Canada' 185, the lowas 219,446, the Pottawato- see runaway it was only a smashup.But truck full of trunks, Hantae the h0t's crest engraved In gold. The

: ist who reproduces It In fair beautiful kept h money church when the $ I inies and Shawnees 288,892, the Kickaixos up high as an ordinary house that Said an attache of a Turkish-bath house I finger-glasses were especially butf.

ecript ou big sheets of fine linen drawer. He was KyeD.. Cutters.OTTAWA I the Tonkawas pie a and came toppling down like the other day: "It Is a wonder that people being of Venetian design,and

Nm t It is copied into the record ppr., robbery our IS0,4), 78,0. l0t It the who work in positions similar t mine looking like a fine inlaying of the real
March 10. Two new light was a sight to see
after tb" Secretary of State has signed it; I All these were in Indian Territory, or hug bloks.trunks rolling over and over and to don't lose their minds. I really got daft metal. The flower troughs lamp, cndl

LIt if it is to be sent by telegraph, thepretty Cleveland Called to YaNE steel revenue cutters are about to b the borders of Okalahoma. The Sis- note va.rlou the on the poor the other morning and for a few minuteswas stck and large centrpie.for frn we

copy ou linen paper is omitted, the HAVKU, March 10.-In answerto the upper lakes by the Domin setons and Wahpetons in gave truckman's helpless face. expression as crazy as a lunatio. It was early in al hand-cut crst.mounted silver

, ror l.<,k only preserving a transcript a invitation from the Yale Union, p for the protection of the up 500,000) acres; the Cteur Dkot d'Aleues in Curiously enough, a birdcage containing the morning and the bath was filled with &i.} The fiower ued were yellow and
tuture reference who had
if needed. drunken men been spreelng all ; no green appeared, except the
at Tale, ex-President Cleve by the use of nets. One of the a poll parrot, which was perched on I
A single wire connects the office with t 6here Idaho, yielded up 18,9; the Col- Their talk and antics were just fern.
sp will placed on Lake the very height of the pile, lit 'Ight a
the Western Union, and an operator is ld ere his regret at hi inbt nor and the b on Lake Huron.Sup villes Washington 1,5,0 acre and gently on the right side of a big trunk imagine one would sea at Longlew. In charming harmony with al the other
at hand to of .
always receive and transmit pre : I ralyln all my experiences of appointments were the tassel
Fort BertlioUl Indians without to or
ami the 1,000- cage.
I Vt messages to all parts of the world at cut specific time when he could visit Tale. I Poll dame feathers and said: .en y.ars. never encountered such a shades,used for cnde ad lamps. These

: Government rates. When dispatches ar Sergeant Key Not Gu17. 000) a'fShnul the bargain now I run8 I awry Did Bismarck win?" aggregation of drunken Idlot. I had been were composed Ivorysukgauzeflstedon

I rive they are handed over by the chief Death of Colonel A. D. Hammond. ATLANTA, March 10.-Sergeant James going on for the Cherokee strip* consummated Philadelphia"Gret gum Inquirer. on duty a night and wascompetaly! worn the usual-shaped fount with .

officials for whom they are properly In- FOESTTH, Ga., March 10.-Colonel A the Atlanta Aleyagant the amount acquired within out. the effects of the situation drapery of the material .graceful
tended and such of them require trans L K o worked upon me until I became festoona at the and caught up at
a D. who ha been sick for charge of insubordination has of three would in- One of the largest hospitals In the world alarme sde th
lation are h'tn for that purpose to Mr. Hamond whm a prio years b I really think I would have bn tm by a and taaseL T
has died. He.was on* has been tried. He containing accommodations for from 1.000 come
Thomas the
polyglot official translator aea mont been pending, & acres, a domain porarlly crazed ha I mall upper part of
for the This will 31,0,0 to Dean opened as Coa- rmaQe I th a w a
department. There naaimously acquitted. b .
are b lr ptent encircled by the gold
t New York.
other almost
who assist him in this work/but he responsible o u phua atifyiaj news Uwfcis many Wanda as large as .r.-n --. -- .CI' -'

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Sit t l1tli. tfter date I will w-
Alary An<1er. >n has prtntcd Mias Gal prrot piy TRUBY
-PtBLWHEI, WEEKTX AT- .- i-r>tnr< KJ voijoher* to the Honorable Wra. F.
rE.uRAlFoRlcoeNTY FLORIDA. \ftjl of her prompt books.if HIS 13 A NATURE WHICH MOST Maip'ij'' %. Ot'inty Ju.lpe in and for the county of ,
Richard fr.i'UorluaJ sttiteof Ilon -
I.C.WEBB. Hurtling Davis, the young edyitor YOUNG GIRLS SHOULD AVOID. J 'of iheestFKMf Darvl Brow ing d oeas : of IJarper's Weekly i is ask for final
Editor and thinking of Js n discharge from th ams.
Publisher, turning one of his abort stories Into a one s T hIs9h day of October A. D. 18"I.

act play for J-L H. Sothern. The Self Importance of i: T>pieal Yoaof .A. W. BsoW'nW.ov. .
41'ftM-IIIPTIOY *1.00 A TEAR 6. i91.-6rn Administrator
Retail Dealers
At a rrci'nt wle of book in London a Mar-rIt 3Jso Who Ua for a WIfe $ Wholesale and in
fatrrrtrr .;//,
,h, I'g It.,,,. Xt.irkf. .'4rjsv? knrk.egI l a ii 3
tjfatf Matttr, \ a partner* doin A* ucnp 't.tiii General Merchandise
1.urt.I4u; Su 'ohn. whose pfiv&te affairs -1 J'lty thAt Wi/UiUU.*" int-- s tinder th* firm name 'I-
of Chew Brother- Suit by ,
I IVc /roajt K> proiuirently forward Pi'y kn'f ; Vt ( 4nachrnet.

trLU.. hr divorce Miit, began her prt* 'Ye. with till! my heart; watch theta" A. R. Ro5E>BKKOr* and S P. j IRLEY.
in the
partner Amount
carttT ;ia u contralto.Mi Sj.: vr s a bol of a girl wife and as ban ir'E1 huahi.-s u..dfr the won to

R*. ft mtirri a Ifnll**, -->. France* Ilodgbou Iturnett, the author she hat cozily -nsconced in her light gray tain'of Rov-t,b-r rrr4Shirlry. J $1 9f.i 04.

Tax Collwi/ir SMr rt COUKM in for hef < f "Little Iord Fauntleroy," lutc macluit' b.. with: i.s cape and bigthongh Ton.A R. senbr2rr> s n
hare of atuf>iu uioM, nt*. Tbe other trtk n 0 f TU.-ai-r Royal, in London, !l.r inoffensive l.Ljds-the piirture of perfect I T io nre-r th.- banking Jt Sirdv buMnesn( : umer the name of Groceries: ; i

stay ; fat. little. luidvreizvJ. gray headed th pioiluciioi) of h*-r new play, "The lovelintsl imreuthed against the pierc- POWDER PI'.tKkbnwptliat! W.K. Chew an'! F. L Chw.. cor.rivi1e; ,ITi,' . h, 1)aughter." I 1 merchants nn l p rtnr. doirr bu in-9H un
pegro man wa4dl into the iig 1ane s of the stormy night-one'might
apartment dr th.' firm namof: Chew
I Broth"*, liarr institut
for tixiKiy: TH. Jt w.jj early in the morn- Augustus Tbcnirt-s baa completed hu weJ iiarvel at the alien thought I j Pure !, < d a uit aytin ro-i br stta.bmentnU1l I ii .- $

ins Mud kc \ris tho only aniaiiifoii i,f "ilr. Carter of Carterabd **- of pity. There was the! unmistakable j Absolutely a- a'ov.anti l you are requIred ro p'eadr J.-muru Feed Hay,1"Dry !
taxpayer tiere.y '
i >fleclararinn innaHcauaenn!
% illt!, ..Ii.ri.-vr Palmer ban the play. i or before ,
] getting m tiptoes the old ucgroconM A"uerr play <./ northwestern life by tba I suggestion of an eEtjuiritely rounded and A cream of tart-r ijaki ? pow !*r. Hielie ofall ar-ril *'h. I'W. the same4ng the first Midday
in I l.atitling: 'tfenLb.-Ld L' 3 U'i'tr ; nf B tiil m'-rith sn.I a rule <.luof thl Court, or
jUft jim-p through the window )between same author i' alv nearly Onishfl.II graceful figure. mrnt food Rrpart. ju Jgment will: b*taki-u agal >t you bv!

fbt u-Mi-tni'-iit! *: but no one in tho LSI Hajardo, an ItnliHii Her ryes were of a deep bine shaded U H. KH-.DES, Goods Millinery ;
pfliccui | to him. newBpiper, says by diJ k brow.s and lashe and the | I O. O. F.- !: FIainti Attorny.I. j
i M* At ,
iast ilr.ftilttWkit wavy .
that ouzoji.' A Florence pubiLT! hn ,- 'a1 m-ting ever Tul lin < > .s.. T We k rl I. ,fthecin.-uitc.urtiuaitd
attention ww attracted by gen iJasc t.'ui a life rent of 2.WO) lire acDUiJIy Ktrands of b.ur. a shade fainter and more I I fliEL tliir bil! Trnninvite I forth* cr-untr r' an.I Stats ofiorid.\ .

Tunr'ua and Mindry noise*. < bHcnu-'. it is. said, the vo:3powr: dull than golden w ere pret ed about the t- p.en: trtlh.-rs (flr.ti.&II. Jo herebv .- rtifr that the fomroi K if a inieami .tti'I Ftirii.Iiii. (; .d it ,I: l..e. aix. aij'j
'- 1 J O ilAY.NKS cuiTf-ct copy of the on inal on file la rnWjtnesmv J1citIl.I1.g: ; :
What is it dedicated the of bit "L'Ami shell-like ears by a light veil which .laO -
r.iule u>keJ: Mr Stewart cxire opera < ; li (;4u sriI ti4y ( ,
"Mawuin. U w. inawniu. I jeh'waut4 Fritz" to him.j seemed to hold the .pretty little bonnet F. J. FIO.US. Pec. I lianl n.lcalo' sali coy t thi

( let tin ont bow much my ole lady's I j Ixlward K. Kidder is to write a new play firmly in place. The face waa rc fin 1. Bradford [MEAL] Dei'ernuer Zt. 1'41. W T. WtEI. F"r K"lin"h'Bllilitor"' l'fcifLlll4r! ; iIni

tai wuz. tow*, ("in "bust san* ifa erbout 'for Annie Ward Tiffany. The WHWH are beautiful and more lovable than intellectual .-I I Mevt Ledge. No- 42, F, A. hj. Clerk Circuit Court

ix-forty."" ** to b<> laid in this country, and MisHTilTa- in its outlines: the complexion Sunday'lliurxday m ei-k ui.ntrfhJ>uth before the tird Jan. 1, ir>* -3m I SPiwes, han' ( .ii'g Utr.i ,j

Mr. Stewart consulted tho tax boolcs.Only ny's cluu-a4i in to be that of an Irish was fair but colorless-tbe unimpeachable G J" M- JOH8W.M.. IX CIRCUIT ('OUPtT. 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCL'ITof

fm-forty.- I! woman of u higher claxa Ujan the here evidence of an habitual and harmItfSrly JE- WAiRIGgT.COMER t-te. Florida Bradford County. Furniture: To suit poT taatr and any pocket.kiinW &Iao:

tofure aisuuud by her. WILLIAM
j A. Ptxc,
-Bo 8. aid tlwoM fellow In a dubious mild diruupation. L. PEEKATTORNE1ATLAW vs.lawijzjioea. of other HOUK Furnishing G
Forty riiii men. resident of Xew York $
tone. "I fijiecs you letter look erjjin. I'm j They had been to the 'opera. He sat: *ud NOTAUk & SBlaLtI!
and I'o*tcn. banbulxwrilM d the
ho it limn" l he tax-forty." > money stiffly and uncomfortably by her bide -4"J HE defendants in said c* iM'. A. R Ro *nrper -
1 D&(: *ary to build a theater in Ntw York I b- and lu tpjto at all tbo old tax collector { for Richard Mansfield. A site has btu t>e. 1 He was tall and lank and angular and L Fire Insurance. in the hank busin* under the firm name and

Cml l Kaylie! old fellow Land'-d him j gur-Et on Twenty-ninth street, near Fifth us he unfastened the two top buttons of R'R(1V11)EN'i.prrs-nt LTVRlO'} 'I. .t I.' 'Nit. i'; & Kfvleof Ro rnhr rr A *>hirl'-y. and all other per BEST GOODS LOWEST PZICES
Ail .N. rf>n.1ter'-t-l. will takf .
OKEEN'.VICH. note thit -h
Mr > -
prt i>
$0.40. Thf tax collator returned thai avenue, tind! ttork will begin immtxliately. > his black vvunrout there was shown the, SECUKITV. ai-J ilAKIFoRLl Fire Insurance ertvin saM c"iiniy ha-lj
>ld man a l..lUr and gave him a re ) .Mr. Henry (Juy Carleton is writhing un- i immaculate front uf evening dres. His I t'I,lItIaie4. ( ,,,.jce loth of Ind in toss u ..inth I ] of the plar.tiff the.-vin. William .V P. noe. at.d
county fur *ae. I at *aid>lef -n.UrU ere r -rt.r I .
rwju'rcl toent r
ceipt. 1 dr the i-Laryt? that his play "1 be I Lions I > silk hat leaned perhaps involuntarily, a STARKE J their apr-earuj'ie in s.ii.l court f-n or before the

MThank *>*. thankoo." said the oMnejjro Moalh" in a plnj-'Urisin, that a play jdt n- little to one hide and his little dark eyes I JileJSlf FLORIDA. I fir t Monilay r>f Apnl. A. I). l-9i thrcaio* l lin JOSEPH ECKERT

wb .. .saw theOullar returned.He 'I tics! x.Ithit: in ;>!oi awl even in the nan- increased the impression of a self conscious tji 4th (!av (if said month Hn 1a mlrdiv thereof.and ,

pocket i.e dollar Mid depart/ will. j inp; of ciarj WUH prrjduceil ia lindoaI I uneasiness. A thin dark beard, Sri1 t u h i: IIUfSK.: pica cause or or d-mur judirinint to br tht-derault.lreIarrinn will In fiht.I ratT ins&id

the rect'ipt. I and that tbe tUlf Lui served in former which evidently wasn't on tpeaking A fi-t-c! -. I I'uvatc H. ,nlinHmi I '- i-cl 1 1\!'am-t lhiii and their.. prop-rty sf ld to sau.paiiitil"'rnand. >-

The next morning Mr. Stewart met j >ear I! terms with the mouJl had also defied L E a-v i.f Hi-CPKtf to an ji.uls .; LIe to\vn. fy ecenber3'lli: 1S4!.

the name nil mio, fd1'son a rw.-t: .Mr. IJmnsnn Howard1 dinnc-r to thirty successfully any artiMic intimacy with I Ft-rms K-at> 'iai! j THOS.. E. Ercxi. -

c&r. When th j inro N W Mr. Stewart I nix New Anvricnn York h" resulted playwright in the who live in I the barber's shears, and a litctic fluab I Mrs >Vm. Edwards Prop. I. W. T W>.-ks. clrk of Attorney the ci'ciiit'or court Plaintiff in
!format i
IM broke into a Uu h."l u heightened the cheeks. M VJ.N SiHEET. ant! f..r the enulIt of Rrad'n,d. Florkla. do hereby
of a club of dramatists. The im-mlTi j Siarkc Ttifr that the above ig a true anlcxottC'TT '
ok hero. mrl: : why did wail j He occupied only the forward part of r;,>rida. .
you will meet moatbly and will discuss a dinI I : ol the onsnnnl nf-ii' on file in nir office
to j, y Inure tai lli.m was nccrswiryrVcJ. ncr and the inU-rwts of the t.Lee con his seat, while she cuddled back us far Witnt-ns my hand and 'oaI this th SlM tUy of

"\ jt vmz clw way, boss: 1 wanted I jointly. i as pob&ible and inclined slightly toward I -i; ---- Scier.tiSc Amcricaa I [SEAL] Dcvembrr. A. I). 1 1 W. T. w-EFKS. 3.

dollar. 1 didn't know"zactly how u rJ0t A new hcbfrnc contemplates the performanci > the vacancy behind him. It is needless Clerk Circuit Court

Vr. 1 paid you fC.40. didn't I, boss? \ in borne New York theater ami I ;!' to add that they were going to their J.Aijcncy forCAVEATS. Jo;. I, lS3iiUI'OIllratiOll .-

J < < home en tells.tbeiiple lady 1 den I presumably at matlni-ut. of one act plays IS home in Brooklyn. 1I ) of a Rail Road .

puid .Mr. $L1O. Dat dollar be- I by a nnmber eminent noveli.iA, uboare I Inovict I BRAVE LITTLE WOMAS.I Company.V1 : ::ET': -

uuc. to in?."-Atlanta Herald. playwng; t but would like to 'I She evidently enjoyed the opera at I .
hereby inv -n that under ad hy .
trt tboir i'.r.inuaic w ck through the
least und was anxious to dwell with ._
Til tue of the law* of Ilorulft.. I iii >.;ii h ca-v-*
A Trurtlrul Joke. :ncilum! of tuti'I sIetL.N before congenJMine. 1 him upon the scenes which pleased her Ifl'd LI'ltl Kild prij lt I. Th iinii-rstgi.-d l.e

Th(* nritish wns' t4 humor frequently udier1c& :i most. Her mood also was a friendly $ ll -'.-r the itaiiir. Itito and a h.Mile.! pi.liti or Tio ait! GtinIjtL'rvie corrorairn. -

finds it* c>xpr
And the cionof the arktocr.K'y"tujoy.H : who h young the I'ar.s l.rcrI\ for the Ltst five or t>i ixy For;tnforvnejton! cna f rw nwxlhnoV oper itinff a line of railr a from the city '.
with artier glee a bp bnrr u to Kuller in lie rountx Iii Brvlf'Til
that an Aiiiricnn| would foci wis adapted with that institution thi \ritncr. In his profound communion \vith his cour-r.entont* In America.
$ June>*' T hr w la before an>l from f lid nfsville. sulh ard I
only for M-h i ll>'ys. The following I Mhe will go to Ixuidon for the Covent Garden thoughts. pubt by a Tjt.ce gin a free of trojurht charge In theI through the counties of \iai-hua. Mufii.n, LTV. j !i'eeps on hand Cream Ilye and (;irahain Hread Pies and cakes

l/UYful manifestation i* rej.ort<*l from M-aj-on. and there la 1 talk of her making | She sat a few moments in silenca, then r ricnti 4iflCVICU1 Cjtru-wat.'r', I'ufii.* --fTalnuia H> rn Bay.ndo au-l llillnborough, totbe of all kinds special) Orders promptly attended to. J

..t'T the \vatcr .as harm:; recently ociirml an American tour.WAYSIDE. looked up into his face with childishconfidence Th capital 'oft "f -ait I GiincvilItLaCrr... ,

in H Wi'H known country house.MiiiN and *aid something in a loud LerreBt al tO Lake Road Company is $-i&J.f*?
woria. circnlation) of anr e' Pntlflc paper in tbe Ii vii'-4 into f.Ckkl Mxiret. nf 3HO eBch. arid its> i' For Saltp.t tinak TV nn-1 at IleilM-rirer t IliiardI .
voice. )6Duidlf
Hint li nificd illnHtrHi Xo
| uii vi-ry < member lrtpllipot ;principal office or place of bu-ineMisUaim-fmlle. j _
irf tinyoviTDmcnt arrived atafriccd's f His features relaxed, the create between 555. jl2l,<1165 wtl"int| It. Week IT, S.'l.OO aJ county, Florida j
.. "
: Burnt alum in the best cure for proudflesh I his thin brows deepened and hisj |JI IC'J JC..J X-l Ml. *' l I K WEB-TEH.
MtiiM) he wa duo for a week'sMt (r W IITDK. I aa

nnd wa met at the door by u till I in "man or bewrt. j face was petulant and fretful as he rolled Traveler IJOICI. J. S. TWOMEY.

f. f.?man whi>.-* familiar and impudent L The constitution of Ohio gives the governor his eyes toward her, more to let Ler: n'itur J. It EDDINSCM
grw tjn:; imtm-iliati-ly; ar'ut4 the ire uilh" uo veto p Tnivelirs"1 Ii' Jan 1. 1d2.3mIieriU' I
few other Ktiilea. n J.
W. Alvarez &
fild l i K utlfiuan. He mentally reHhcd than to look into hers. .) !.-. ,; ( uit1CIi-.t? iii t Co.
The number of members of the houe '' ,. Sale. : 1
to n-port il.u ftU iu-'s insolence to of! "I'd like to know what you know i the Knnipt-in :tn.l Am-ii<-;tfl |Im. wii| I ,

livina r. lords, Mnglatid. varies from MO to 670 c about it, anyway. i('hti g'&f.l to tiiti.fer .ini'iit''nt 3IART O.MII.LT. W1TLOvL1

What wan his nrpri9 and horror, while the French senate numbers 800 and' She drew bwk a little in silence at his ;Iiji d.1..t ti' iii.. I l.itrI DAT.J -2 , J. o. ) '
the chamber of deputies .V4. -RY SI-5 rciiing
rough retort but she : I li" Trnvclir" <\- in.t r>m ; tree 'Im- 4
.w-evur. when the hervant. assuming presently forgot >Y virtue of a writ of ex-outio it'ed out oi
On the old liosron and New harm turn T I.Hrsr. Be '% .i. .,!'. Init i 'i > tIe
her chagrin und said : hy a s-i-ciil; ::r court of Ut.ntIutr: Jii'lpeof Bra t.r
the nttitinlf of something to him '
a prize tighter tib"gin pike, in the K'>ut Jiorn part of New Ixindon i.uiL'ciii'niiili il..- ti'r. \ir lii,- i (.uit. Klonrt-i.
OWflttiOflS. danced around him,, county Conn.. i i' nn old milestone, notched| again l'i 1'*. li.innr, ;-ciriMc'l! |u li-ilire.'''e save mil I le\i i.d U -)F' the ffilloW'ipp! deMT.'l'e: ,
"Well |
you'ru nice criticise laliiN. l 9 Ihepioifirv
mfcTcepting his movements at verytuni. and mo** gro'. Ti. that was Met there by a person I r4dcI s t lif* fut-i nf' ti ii.> VrSPK1NG -.. nf the .leienilant. Mi'l. Iav izOne #: l.Sit PY
"U the inn.ii inadT thought the Benjamin Franhlin. anything like that aren't you? Haven't lot If. > f ft ecstnni) uif on iheiu.rthaiid .iiiihilO Teams

fcUrtled statisman "surely he had taker i yon got any *w at all?" TEKM t'!iii. fees tiortli an.' south un en-l and we : The of Allen. Irrlnnd. ia the '
bog largest | ln.un.lrtl i.n thewrst h: lott of tV. R Phi
Hire At All
If nve of his iens-C In vain be ppokevoothingly unn-claimwl Img. covering nearly a quarter | i Tho little woman blushed, her eyts i I'S. now .ine-l by U-n. Sipn. an-l north Ii t !| Attended. J5\

to the supposed maniac; the of a million uertM. The heating powtrof dropped, the f.iiut miiile of inteiestt BRADFORD[ CQU yHIGH-SCHOOli-! 1 (t'ri.erly i oi e-l >13J.. M Ju.hnc. uV;

creature, who was of hugo proportions, peU in ulx>ut half that of cod and I faded from her fat- and i-he sank bock ; ..WI.-H tn-i-C. |JT KM Win t'ii.- T.ertt Drviien.hv lit ot former'v owned & TIMES. Give us a Call.Oi .

circled thmitwiingly around him. and forms a very valuable article to the poor agaia to hide h'-r ezubrrament. % ii, '1' I h,- Win Waiter o-i th- s-'i.-th: liv CVII -Fr0 ,- t
Ithth peasant. ; H r T.iwr. 0' tariff, }3ri: !r<.r.t! ooun v. F Inrida.
>t wan omjaner a lew minutes oi rcauyunco'.nfortallf A ciiao.Mc NATURE. j !.'. -.r.-il m d.H N'.Vi' "f SW"% of Set2xT 6 S : '
anxiety that tho inJigtunt Tbe Oxfonl university pirsa haa just: But hers evidently was one of thos'> Ffbrnarj ', 18O2ISATL !t *M F.. i nMiiiln, -i.e hilt utr. nir..-e T lesHn1 -. 1nt ilc :hb1c.,

iwued the most diminutive Bible in existi i which will oiler th-Mni.>r 8lerotl'e hi.'he tun
( uuext found himself the victim of Bunny open temperament boon: .
I 'iesr J.M l -rfor !I' in ,
cs front ol tlie
p little practuml joke on the part of the e nce.. It IN finely printed on Oxford Indian j forget avrong.: especially when perpe- :; OF TUITION! : ( l l.->n-eir> M:'| eon 'tyand: Ma'*" wi in le alho'ir-court p-. M4IlaIe4arrIaehop! sr.tUKE, PI %.

of liis paper, ami! its i.iir.utc dimensions are only: j trated by a loved one, and it was not of S-lie'; .!l tl'eFns'"nndin.f
rldeat York
>oq hoit.-.Now TqbVb 8% inches in l.-sglh. 2>J inches wide and j l btfure her FilBt GraJe upt.> Ki.urth *1.00lut. ) Tlan-'i. .' 1' l-r-2. t Wi+ :4
t1t'. J of an inch i in thickues.t. long countenance was again j 'he "same ln-irp tlif Tth d.i> of -toil m > th ni>'I :i
I serenely tranquil, and her happy eyes Gratis up to latf-rmHratn Arithmetic, I i-ijil siiled/i> l"iiix'h i.< rp'ivj"'r fur title Prr>; -
February in la<> will not contain turanrnar. 1 fV_ |">iiitt.l 'Ui b> plaintiffs
\ tVIt Is. twenty r.t'urm-r.
: (told of the
pleasant thoughts which Gt-urtp'iy. P S r'i.i.w.. t FLOfiftCthTRa tt PtHIKSUL&R RWLWH. 3
Kn has )H nine days aii4'.tigh it will U; leap year t-tc., j.o .
one tvcr U us exactly what were flitting through her mind. Soon '.4). 5. I2. Sber'fT J'.rasl ord couutj. Fli 1.
774i' ulso
-i: i-i. Dr. Isaac Barrow, a famous twenty-i-igbt February in ..iyv Then;contained l is a slight error only: the looked up again und spoke to him. Third Grade, common sh.ol course to Aljjebra. I KU.KlDATh'L'.NK i ( I I LI.\ 1's. MlOliTLLNK.

En linh divine on-) a man of brilliant I in the Grppmiau ciilsudiir. but it will only! ], "Yes, that's just about like you," ho Latin etc. ;.ir. Nut &(.e for Publication.LDI ( 1 T.. ullLi'iit.| .-> in >t.Ui V.Vst F-uiiiia.' >, w Or lean* e nd Ihe t-oulhwnt.
\r\t\ himself hw given the beatUcSnit.ioa i>trevtctijiieviioii.4tuai: points Nt-rth ts>* otot.iu tn el Liat.t Lew e.ithta.1.uutr .
amount to one dnr in S K> years. ejaculated sarcastically. "Why don'tL e at Gnvi'ille.\ flria! t
Fourth Cii-ade. c'lIate.! A'c -bra, t known, and he confesses that "ofuaf 92 I l"V'nTIfTKl.erfbr
? The British museum has received aai you wait till you know something of given th- f.ili'.wiu- %1i, )l'iiIirikiii dTh.oai.-vi1..

f fMLsicieth in one hardly know* what? bequest the Tapiing collection of stamps what you are talking about before yon lansJiages. Sciences etc 3.-0STAKKK r..i IIM| .-. !tl r I J H'et: :. tice i.f ni-t ij' itf 'I 1'ii: < t HU in rUVrl Juii 4. 1802. '

Hr iiy ;. in his old fashioned style: containing about aOO.OOO specimens, exclu1 1 begin to criticise? What do iI.t i nink It-i: I pr H>f ii, **if |u rt J j-* <'\t"i i.n'ti. . ( Ur.,,. t't\ \'_ t $ 4 lu i i ._ ti i._' : i
... ------- ------- -_ .
yon sjp- -
wftimw it licth in u pat allusion aive of many cards and enveli>{M and l ]poe people go to hear it for. anyway? U2 FIXKi I >.\' .'.v. K .clerk-.theciv! >Mt i ;pritif! "iii b. >tcou'-t- : :.. if'atSi.irke.heiir X-V H T. .a;0ii1l j' ;.' I 5-iLv) -' 1 Lv f eni--i Uailhtin! tim!ini Ar Ar :!14'ip i. p t"Mn8iO 4. 1. 01)|j 7S.*. u'KL.. I. Jut tasiiin I. i.'ir /I.T r r;2.. p 1 t1 t

t-I u lij..wn Btnry. or in seasonable appli- valued at btwtn fa50K)0) and WOO.OOO. Do you think every one's a fool bnt _ _ I.11 Ai'u'l ;th. Id.'.', viz. .tti.ia .V [YfTd-r. or 9laI.lli.a l.v Jat-k>..i.viiJe Ar 1 i5 p 6 :,'a '.'Sl4. 54. I tl. I fly Lv 8 Oi't'I p 9 2s;
KAtin i ..f a trivial **yinj or in forging Mr. Tupling wa. mere than twenty years oiiT' Ii..itdiIatiI.' Mi.rda. H'l' v No. 17'CC I:: f rls3j y Wanted.A 4.aiiiNk.,4olSWY, <-e 26.T.4S.( R 21 F ITp 17 A Marki- Lv 114'.a 4 31
p a323a
I in it. ItI U ihofiruwt a.tTSUaafl-ptY
*m.pj ritatale, Soui Uincs it playeth making pronounced And the rattled with hi He tlie following witnewi R to hi4ontin'i .
man on harsh prove liJi | 2'JSpAr hawthorne r V ii'4$ a S !' Jn t wonU and piirnHus tibiog adranugcfmm collection of Mamp' exi.stiug. j reprimands, wfcir.iug to take a few rood La |lit-s i nd Grntl rni. I t. .id -d ie-ieiK-e up.n.; and cultiTiitioii of.f I 15 a :2'1 p Ar Citra Lv 10 2 2 44 43'allA- p Ar L* 3Mp 4i *
Toronto Iii iiio't proliably the KtrictoKt I supreme r nvs u.r the \SKEIJj MTEKAltY! lunil. vit Berr; liriiVi atid W. J. Prerait.of 341 ii Ar silver ipris I r 9 4i a 6 !O 06 r ''Tal si s.'iae 1 v 2 t'' a
of p
hmbiijoity heir bnnso or tbaof (delight in verbally chastising the sweet, CLL'b at n guarjiiiipcu! $75 W Iluhlxnii. Fhri'I'iJ.| j B hitchead.otarke.. ? I2a I4p \r &taIa i 1., 9Ja I4s 4'a .14jiAr QtIne lvitMp
$ ) thHr wuui'i: pometimos it Sabbatnriau city in America and very few (Khrinking little innocent at his ride for AIrr-4 j per ni.-mli FI.rid. au.i %b It IEra.'nn.! t.f Liw'-v. Fki'-i.l:1Ai.'x. 7 n- p A r I-Ic.nt.i.iisa Lr TOua I J10t0 a 4OpArl irrJurtivn l.v J3(8pUll a

in;: : ; un.lcr jia odd pliniliutdo citiea in any \>n.rt if tL world arc more I.TM'K. R Kl%t -r. i 'fl a 51 p Ar Ltegburjfo Lv 11 X4 a 10 10 ( i 63 pll'tlpAr t'eusacola Lv o : > a Jtiflirland
; some- exist eu, ;9. t'2Ct
rigid. All bu'.in<->s Ic pulPrVN1 i l on Sunday ,: 'presuming to or endeavoring to: H. L.. BKIGI1T, 4". a 5 +> p rr.'fl.t Tv.irr Lv iMio; S 3 p 4J ArI -Mol.ile LT I lOa
1i'u' it js Ini ed in a *ly 'i"cstioa, in ann make the evening for 8-l.j.Ar A1w.1'i Lv 4.a I ILi '
pleusunt him withy iI..p 4aAr rw Orkane Lv
all fitorts ar- cl'r..i. it Is even forbid j I I)61y! 2-54 rr-i'kin: .' v lih-a-n.. I :: IiSip
tif Eli 1 inn !)icla'src! ! to
nar < viT. in a quirkiih n-ahon. in a.j | 'her inoffensive As she : p n piIT ( a .r !> Ar 7 35 a
prattle. shrank
dento sell noda
is -w j> or water IK .
ipii. : I 4 S a 4 40 p l.v \ViIwoo.' I s-3a l-.op i I" ( Ar kirtr iii rharii L* 3 40
,,h,...&-.j ; H tart irony u In *ran strtHjt crtrn artullowwl to niw. and any, I further and further back in her neat a FOR SAL-; :: irn"vthi..' nf'-r 'attf willippl-!' :. Uu i> l > pr 1tUitt Lv 711v 1 M) p.LT 73.a Ar -hiIILv 'a p

h) lMl h .e ii; I. trtl hg nt ki.'id of : is HBicuIt to get. ;paleness drove the blushed from her f ..-j- SnIetljicei;;:" u Hirffll.jrluuntv.:* a H-1"-' .'n'-Tt-i Stnt": .i.f r <>(r-i.i:1|...! !r.g 6 4.a i" a 7 !.' p ArT !' f 'us S '9 H !' 1'p i -V7i. Ai L'.ui.jLtlv 12 1a
1 > .0p \r HIII Lv 5 Oo
him 6."a.r7'JTiaAr
tiii.-. .tI..ct-4 t nuu 1i'-ity *nI ..iius.Liuts .- c cheeks and sho hud not recovered her < ni dtr"iril> .* |ir> |Jii-i i-\ it I .(.--i' nk U 1. Pt-i. il--vpt-'l.!. '>.l. if -.,|. 1 i'<,. A rCM Waldoiun pa l.v i'l ii a i ( in.iuiaIj. 1 uttlnrl.irrgo L LT* 75Op 735p

Lluitnp gvtth RAILWAY RUMBLES. i>ejik again when the train Starke, I Lot (.[ii.i...I i< i' :Mditt'-i t ss.ii-! .tti Ft r )ruiry I"92. K.I: .W.tdiii-TVHMRfI6ii r.t..I' pAr ( f>tille) i., I :Sa l tua.Ar Iv 4i.pM. Ut-I. t.r I. : 'i.Oa
it !.(, ---'iietii- it arises from LI i_ E2ji
.i : >-- a stopped at vh City Hall station and 3laiii
la Kn Lirxl i. Int-ky hitting up-in is str.tne: they hurried to the hel .I.n-li Ar i p
across *
bridgd can wc-n nriil A d l N W I): l.-i.n4
Ix-llft hea 7. StUil.KUN
r..u1iflhI" Irons crt.tty 'T.tln; sf He is the same probably, in ever __ .. !5 <2 t Lv10l5 Lake ('it'Lv 3u6
'" A r ud will t-'W be hilt from Kincjwtlf I STATS FL'.iiiE'A. \! IL'_ A'D a I'P-: -t aN)' 4ur. p
jl' i"i matter to the fig r I a Ar
< p iri> *o. thing. HL> i is; a nature which dcx-s not tII'-, --- wLie'ptiLg L 531 p
to ( venLab. VH.. shtirtcninx the time si K KXECVT'TTP""Cr.AMATIi Ir.Eliirr i ii t.Ut : 159a-r Jasper I.v54p
l-n't iln e3i'4-lkIit? Studv 'Jus claa.e change. They are young and evidently X I'Y THK GOVERNORT'ii'1 .- ----- ----- 1201pAr"i'5pAr Vtldifa
boors from l' t;xUirg to the south. wt. 'n-WK\K. XKP.VOUS. tflIr.I 4Ip: 9aLv JelMortI'. .iO& I.T 501p
Ar ?<
tid ti.1 a wilUita to rihi' H it, 1 Ibc have not been married MrftJ TA v v!hi ii it ma iretn- p MaeonAtlanta Lv llOfla
than FK1)
TL Balthnon- Ohio ic laying a third more a year I Who ;Jn ft.iir niv'- \V11KKFAS. SI A. KmVl.t WEe i I.T,1J. tu.i ir 5 |. Ill"r .' rnu It.., I v 2 .5 p # ) a I>> 0 |> Ar Lv 7 10
r"tt'n tbct-ntini dtimition. hituoiih (or two tr'81-.j away their \ix >i ,if a. d i." J :nami 1 EIPIIII I. .r. Fr 'fl r' %jlit' itt like i -9i .'rT-anwhkLv--"i. 44" > a
truck for quite u di.thpt't- oat from PittoImrg Munhnfi'l. ctu inr lerriljli.i: ... ; r Ctnttar.nova Lv 1 M a
;> ntipnn : Brnlf.rI ,
jb4 to ttiiuuluU) p.nIfl. i-no to U better ', 13I t.e nad! Frt unv klnSins! FI.'ri.I.t. fl..eI'er |. NI'i.,1.2 9sniihi-tii.; .

|I.IuII it tip for himbclf.-New Yoik Uuuic i increuHing bain -ss ut that point. | And at the rrMs. which of the two' dieidful drenti's. -R-en ni-Bi of n...,,. ry. |>:u j.le I ,-,'. : having iua.e gi.M FI.Y1SG CRACKF.R--P except Sun ay.

dark crossroads will she take? upon. the fiw-e. nail it1! Ui.-: r> foe, I. ("rap.-ig P Fl niinsr. fiovrm- 84-Sa Lr92Tia Jag-nriti,. \r 5.54.| 1rb r Silver
4 Timothy B. I'.l.ickstone president of tbf Vi.Il-'II.. |pt I.'p llil iuiA'iitt htil'l t for BU' 'K i r of th.- SoaEr .f Florida. hc the p..ueran.l Ar 1 'wn LT 4 LT SrriPtsOcula Ax t4p

Curious L-gJ TcP if r.Almoit Chicago and u railroad, ia aW to I Ix- Yes, indeed: I pity that "woman."- cu-e.OK: LI KK X CUIlf e>iled)i M fiee) P.with,V.UP. p-mic-ilar-to! i. rtii't'or-tv vi'- en in ire bv ihe ron-ti-IIIUMI iii rid 10(& Ar Lewi v r 3 : Ip ar.p LT WiI.wnnd Ar Ar I2r ll4O

will the only railroad president In,tbe country !! New York WorltL PAKKLli. : 1X.. .. l ,wsof K.iiil tate. t'.ohereby off. r A rcwtidofO"K lla Ar Sryk. Ar 3 I'f| I.T Lueoovtiee Ar 1O
o\vrj' age anjly tribe'. *. p ; CU-rry s: Xa.hvilIe.TefWomen 11LT I>REI, bELt.ARM 1 04'4 Arlli'a W-'o Ar 37"i I., (acrn'thoro
vhLlIh. has had it-s iKTuliur trry ( wboownsa majority of the stock. lut the fiTll" iirrn$ and .i *litcrr of the iwiil Frank Ar Liawth.-rn. Ar ? Lv Arl"34AArlOll
j I road be manages.j ew York Oci I> l>totV I'rI.on.It :'l1 u' Who ii.iu- licml.ifli, ) $. lac!: ! Pfl( or mivliumof Uirterandxch.mj i : lLJfl ai .-s. lieui;lljfln.; < T Plant Ar 914
(\ is | !IIV. )> I'll** UM UrE.If.I lii7i Ar
not generally known that whtroy. .aIII) .._ __ : prii'ge 1 .
1 Of Ar
Yoi IU I
Nt g..I.l.I'al silver. The New k. Lake Erio und WosternV I ltI ill nu'.is:rur tinns Disorder ;: > cnIy .
o pl>cr iryts'roo, i ft :mItAiM.iiid
Iron bridge orr the rhenium; rivi-r. I the Hall cif Ilecords now stands \vas, inenif_ ihf %Vl'IlIt, dEli hexutl oi t s. lti.ii-i l he < ai>M."l Lb.g.r .r For inf.B Mi'ioie local ag nt, Tk-tei odlceW5 U" B. Mud PIJHT.; tut Mich oqt of tho MI. leiK-oirliiH-u.! n lor W4 )MAX'S 2.n tie l Jj !> nvilleN
the rite of [ of the state A.
tween Corning and Iaint4 PIM. epn the i formerly a debtors' prison. In1bj2 SELl ot Fktiiiln toherou 0. MacDonellOea.P. &.T.A.
prtu-los l"ti of Cwaiedi. wit ii rticulii9inr ;i PFSMXfi'OX. T fffi.- 3lsnai-r
gl.v shells. rail
a : ito at -lias-t-e ib.-
Susqui-bannut'.iv. is U-irg replaced I by it ww useil for a cholera hospital.o iiuiiieoiro. Xi I Ci K..XO I'vY. -ientilrrjnalifieati' ciipiv
,. tint !'th 'lay of F4priiirv. .\. I). 1i2
$1eq& uap_ Mtsof vani> -* colored cloth a heavy ntil liridge. The earauce >!is.'inii.ili! .! csji. liem-e. i-,,relu tiinKin FRA.VCIS P.JIHV FLrMVFG
an.I l nuticrin other oljtvt M>IIIO of light for the heavy traffic '6k ami h< fil repres-ui-ili-! .ire Mie si-ore:.. i1 th-G.vrniir. ?tte't: (
present s'-r 1.
abOUt 1 of that in
July of oflrt-UfcesK. GEORGIA
Cherry Audreys. IV.
year iit-isr C i'AKKKH. M i l Li L. CHwroBD, ccretarof OUTHEBN & FLORIDA
tlit-ni il* ly vahul-vi to our way of K. U. Tlioman. vee pri4ltrt'Jf the r ictnflptfl7 JKne3 btrevt. and continued until the :T; y ;. I Jii-rrj Miett. Xu,-livui,<-. Tee,,. -fi. If* SIS SF.itt'Feb.

looking at the matti-r. stntstt that the Erie i i" iow practically slunt I of October. of four months -
H period
Tlw* liurmev Karcn flan' l)1.) : nIt3I.II; : ,' THF. "tRfL'lT COUP.T. 4TH JflUCIAL
?c End free from uiy flojitiugfct! for the Train leaves
ltd for Macon and
principal ravages were in July at idAtgu.t. fM5'l U1T. tateof F:riila. Hra-if-irJ fou t.> Hampton have nocoim l iionc' lead tuidin first time in i-jir.y yeara. The comionynow ( roM; ey 'H hire li;'. ci.rv. silver Imlliou being tli\ h.v in i it,\ trta.surj' ttmp' fnnds to during which time there were cluh) ft-et. hill joint disew-e. and all r'nt mines.'it. Eiii ma Rickaril I Complainant.vs. all
# ordinarjton- in the
d''rin trad and meet any demands of such cLjirnctcr. o.Ni"cases.. From July 1 to Oct. 20 there: the hands) aimI I--"s Hr< > t. cureilSuperfio I vs. points North and Northwest
weight purity being thoi ) Fe ke'and T. *
i were :15.489 deaths.Tlie .losrjh w'.es. her hn IH
t.uihtr'l of value. For a long time fait Tb Qden and! Cm evnt bus jurt estab- s l'tirVIHC in.>rk M es. < tt.. rihiu IMIII, anl I J. M T uhy. S J SretnMirc .ml h. at 6.50 and 8.55 South
I : ram of $liy,153 was duburMxl for l ln>ly and i-t ifei-t'y rt-ii-.I, | Sei.'l or va.u-ilt! S'roi'ir. sdoinirliu In- a. m. p. m.
the ordinary uiouey of the \byhsiu- lished u n -w l'ie of vestibule trains be- irestiseon te-.l! ne jV P I..M.. D.I iwnie s under the fln'iie .'nii.f
1 tweeD CincinnHti and Bt. Augustine, Fla, dmg?. ealarit-s. c-tc S.O X. Che ry Mnt-t, XahviTo:! -n. defendant and st>le uf Truby, Mejnl.uix .. bound 8.55
The fcii marble columns p. rn. and 6.1" a. in.
Dried tish ha lon been and U These trains arc .MHrvels of beauty, co j. which su p. PUIVATII.V1NO I.N -: I T l ; even laming buffet -h-per, boudoir car and port the portico of the Hall of Records' DKPAISTMKVrIn I I e.tiiiiI.iiant'.ig.nt.. appended tthe hi)
fMty tn u certain extent the l legal tcadr coarh .qmppe4 with the Scarrit bigh wen- brought from the ghe wortli Kgiving-J If she was votir daughter tiled in Sdid C310.C. tU-U two of ihe N.Te-i enni ilT. rjjrs on nitrhr! trains.
Sing Sing ijuarrios. you would if-naini\, J }>84: ifw to nleff d nt' Martha FeW.e
-in i
<>r i Jc-eland. $had Hcales are also theivc. 1 back Miata covered in gold plush. T LIe> Tlie style is Grecian, from the I uar'iid inoiueiit. under ol- inn promise of ,',i ira F ;wUenre e*ch over the njre and of trntv Joseph o::1 e3eun Fur infortnili': a |bpli| LI) agtltt-( of I lh.* company .'r to tl 1)1. nfl.I, ,'

.'' iin ('f oxcbangtf in many of the i trains are equipped with the Barr vestibules. model of the Temple of New na e. Iddx flu's t-rvli i.i n induiian.l thai thi- are n"n residents of lieiititeof
A KNAl'P.Trnffir JAM
l\ IS
)both h If .MKXZIESn
.'rliI i4&uls.-St. Louis llepublic -r- nn fuuii'y. nil -sa somcthiiitf ri'-ridii.and that thuirrrgi ietu-eU1413 H..MV_ ,
f. i YorkJlerald. jr tloti*. urinp> th.j | tnI I pesiutioii un I con wood ATrnnp. City of
The fin* railroad in Sweden waa i llueii.ent. we o.ler t.' tlji-. eta--! of utifoiluiiUeKirN : Plnl.i.'f phia ami stuteof Penn'ylv nia.con tr of Manatr-r. Ml(4111, < Ant! Palatka. Fla.

II nuil: In the counties of LnzerntSchuylkill,, of licwi amounted kilometer1 > is ubtrrveJ. a.'id ut.dt thniuneilUteoareo Martha Fe->Lea and Joseph T FewleKan| ;
to 1.T7S The Italian ;: -
contains gailltul
array nearly j.hvscii'i-<. ai-l ttt.ltT of irui.eUurv they und eoi'h of them are herel :: :
Carbon and Vnnhumberland Pa there about llO4n and at the end of 1 1S4 .-<. Addi-e. (f. W requireiIiieiI.l. t" .
s ( a ), 'J.000,000( men. or, to give the exact fig12 PAP.Khlt. M. D Prevt.. .arswtr..r dtmur to the bill flInt in thi: -
are 478 nivnvlio insist upon the title ofprufe r the figure iifttiln-ached (',fJ'9' kilometersabout rhe liood St.ui-intan Saintaniini.; citv ofik-ee.: jiMUM-oin-r !'wfore the 4thdav of April 1 03' or
i resL92O2. Among them are 3..t''t) 440 X. Cherry street. Xa hvilk-.Ten's.s'nnurb the bill will he taken rtncc.nfeed ainx'
( 4.0JS mile Of this 2. a tluMii.
ir. This includes musicians. ) length, ***Arpiie It I is furtnrr
soldiers! trained and inured to the oritered i bat tlii orIrr <-r a copv'
teacher-. of mnsic. Krhool masters, t wce1eight.nfbar. kilometers belonged to the government hardships of mountain warfare. rnuri i .ti 'i id Wi.; ; ; (ither>ofl hr I'1iIililitL cm'e a week for four tvm tb'evL4
ac'i 4.2W kilometers were un I men, one ventriloquist.four cor.trr.l. 'Free Press, CHl;< ).Mf iuSEA.NE. CM i-ei-urea valuable tioneil m the flradfinl'nuty TEI.IORAPH. a

sduger' or "professors of rparnnl. ." worton their aifliction (seaN-ji fivtan.J iiHv P|> iH-r published in said Idf rdru
New Wash'.ntfton.! Penn,. learn how iliey can I lir t-iret at lio'iir br writinj co'inty Florida '
', iiint! dancing lai&tezv, two oyeter owners l' tij-I- :ir.> )Ist i>ln, l Ukii'g bold <;.l ('' UK. PARICEI C' >.. TrtO .V. Ch-rrr strvet Nahj -; Done and onlo >d bv me thU 4h day of Vet 3 1e Leav f St Av; .i.r: JH- at G-.i rn ; JackVHI9:50 -.!>,

and twnhv
  • ;; c' mixers or bartenders.a. A n( '\ ll'titf.! Itili.-ilir!(4 Irni merit. A flow !s This j j nllc.Tunn UKter. write to cljtv. rtolaya are aan- &17. A. I. Infli! ,>Y. T. WEEJCS. : .Ir..j'vr-n ." !.:--T.--J p r>.; Atr. c.ta.o 40 s.ui.;

    !rvvIty 4ri. .- o tho title wap.' i.earc t i li"*' i.'t:rli fl" l avi for .ti v jwsjof I'M.iiTfc that) en tint 1 1liv fiyo. By N. D. WAINCIGHT.
    in tn fcJ-lds. It (-o. I'.Utht his tir..i t' 'U t" ('l.a'II111. 'ecur..d '
    4; mu < u. %vt- wrnual taki'isr Ib.1lM C;ttrrli: ('arE'. !SF.AI. Is-pt.C i k. To E'RA F. R B S. --
    II, ) 'a n"--*'o-iftb IN-nifily HP lias soM 1. V. Au ilas, .wi :at
    Veeka. clerk ot therircuk t-oiirt in and
    : vill it
    y ttit.E'r and '
    g by carri-U
    ; a'. F. .1 ('ll EN K Y ( (>.. I'rnpr.,. TT
    it ab ai-.d. urdoretl i.i.sre I H I A T'.: "Itlus for tiratiforti ('..UitV. do hereby certify that 1 UM; J Tickets read Exsi Tenncsstfni
    w4itIth! i-Ilazloton! SentinelTifty gi'v1*! the >eM ol'satislHi-tiMii. I lii L's PwHrntI. j T'-le-lo Oh Caveat S a n.I t raJt-.UdiU>,i'litaint and all Pal cut above and fore oinic i isa trucopy uf the oi1t n. Ll ( ?I t i'm gjjy your by
    c l fcverv l t"itt' and! have not had l \V the undorsianed. have known b*. busir.ess ronfKi.VTt; FEES. order DOW on tile In niv uHe( >\
    Tr The, r* ('lIItMl Cuppcrs.?' back. ." uid J. Clieney, for the lust 15 y* ars, ar..l l I lielic.v OC OFFICE IS OFl'OSrf K U S PA ""KXT: V'itnej.s niv hiind and seal of oflice thl 2tab mi Queen anZ Lines.-
    4)14? to.cme > cent $l botBueklen'E
    hini perfectly hnnor. hle in all MtsI Oftice a>"I e oaa rcur- patents in lew Uuie i iucd of Frbruarv A. PUS- .
    ytr go 3WliVeUlCfl won? ua tI' for al431.- 3111 a: less rubtthau tLoaerrmote fruiuVakh \V. T. WKEKS. -:
    luriOTJ-Y: Astor Bi FLORIDA. '
    I hit"4* tisactioiH and liiuncially able to iitrktPAe.eniier Aeenj. JACKSOXVILIJE
    | iogton.irj [SEAL] Clerk C-imiit Court,
    lflf.'rtzti. lln-ir lodge ul.uthee -being .
    t % : % Arnica Salve. %.arrv out any oblixti nit: y thi! : t cn>l model drawing or pliot, With descripI *- !' By N. D WAWBICHT. IX C "v/. WRENN. Central Passenger A.gatKNOXV1LL TENN-
    sit.rty) a i-'r shidd. It was frorath. T.'iol>ehl salve in 1 h world lor cnt&, j i tirin". WK.T A Tiit-AX,, j I tioii. We adtitH>. i if pitcntableor not, free 113Z > 'eb..26,1SQ. .

    this !ii"Id .- t they took tbtir name cf bruises, nren. ul er;. nlt rucum. fever '! \Vhoi" ale Irugzit.w. Toledo O. '| charge our t so not due till! patent Is ie-vur'.I.! i
    sore tetter cliap > Hi band" cbill>Uin. WALDINU. KIXNAN t MARVIN 'j i \ Uttle Book. How to Obuiu Patentt.," will) .
    '(.1iq.rrc' wLioh isofb'ii i diniinuhud to | t ) I I
    name o: aoi'ialclit-iit-in i Now is the sub-
    coIl. !:t4-n .MrCoruiwk in I. corns, and all skin eruption", and po'ii- Whnle' al > Drnzcis'8. Toledo. O. town, sent fri*. Addrras.jour tuate county or ;' time to

    lively cures nil8, <>r no j ey required. ILt i Hall8 CaUnh Cure is lakeu internally t C. A. SNOW Jt: (-0. I This on!H* one dollar a ,
    -o. is guaranteed *o give |>erfe t Batisfaction I m-tiiiffdirettly, upon| the ttlooilmitl inu- Opt Patent Office. WASBISOTO.V, D. paper year

    or money refunded. Price 25 cents per i-o"sj MirNees "" thn HVSIPIH. Price 75c ; !: xcnt to any address. Stibseriliv uow, ; scribe only $1 a

    I -S :. box. For tale by W, H. 1vm:1: |I''r l lMItt.! '. Sll 1 l I- all .1rtidts_ 1'hs mj vr only *l a year. H will jvay you.etkly ; year.

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    ! BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. All the apoiojryvp} have te) 00\1' .
    tt for our SCIENTIFIC VVAIFa : MENTION.The I llon'?* for Orummarlati A Remarkable Cure of- Rheumatismin""rN. .A1 | wJuek4404.

    appearance \t tvu
    < NliMrnmn. of A lex11. |I what .
    : rrcriTegrts wins
    out enlne foice is iluwn, with time L-, The latet cniction ii.ukea tLe world1 Duke of Devonshire has seven residences. but "He uses jxxr English." : ". -rf |I'f *?_, write us* regarding a op club every ajfriit
    vrry;i llln.
    our $1 Kt-rk
    Starve! 18 age l..7Y T.:(o.c) 1o per
    Ha. Marrli 1892. 'C lr
    Not "1 real ill. but "1 remuikiibl.ti fine RlieuuMiintntlwreius i Our 14-karal
    grippe, it i ivith the am am really S, ,I! fold filled cases are w.rmited -
    = greatest: c ffort The north star cannot: be seen south of Speaker Crisp ill a great reader of daily I Iaewsp'tpers. ilL" f.iif WM. "Th wile .if Mr. %Vjhtl I I.m fur 20 year Floe Elgin WaltImm -
    that we are able! 'thee< Uator, L.1t it in visible : Pruitt. the postmaster hen bad ( ,
    to get out at all. | everwhere to wen movement
    Not "I feel bad. but "I feel badly. Stem wind stud wt
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    Local affairs. the ; bed-rid( with ilimiiiriiiAiu! for < .
    : north pI
    1 of tLe line. ftnvtralix r '
    __' _. All matter for ptihlii-ai left o\er Senator E. D. White. of Louisiana U a I Not "Hadn't ought." but "Sliouldn't <*'I She rotald gel tu.i(ihlnir to di her Li 1y or gent's size. Equal to any $5

    itm The 'largest and best stock of will in S S A steam rolUr in Vienna is worked with devout Catholic have." I an'- si'-f"'l. We sold bern ""lIltle of ChainIlotIrI'lill'.l'aln > watch. To aecure *gent. where we bate
    dry appear nr next is>ue. i a perfectly smokeless fuel ealKil .*'nto i none. 1h sell one nf the Hun'
    I bctn ii nia Michael Davitt was only eleven years old Do not begin nil remarks with li.ilm I am! site W:'. com- IjC rille"
    : J.1* has purchased in New : i composed of the !liquid i residuum of an exclamation i-.ired I, W.trhel Tor tbT "
    i All petroleum when he lost his right arm in an accidentIn I'la'.1. iu II.". We refer >uvUM i p'-'ce2Siini! .I:.!
    .. York and i is HOW on its way to .1. G. who are indebted to me at the ;l refineriott. a Manchester mill. such asVelir! :511\1" "Oh! to her li> xerifv thin xlntemcint. C. O. I). by riprr. ;,II i'flvitrte..l ,1

    Alvarez This stock cit market ; I Do not wiy "I'mi oing. dou't believe." "iii; i-ent Iftilet for sale all medicine aminatiKii' .\inrr' r .
    k [ store. his been : ) will come for.tan) an l i i The latest H civ ice* about the moon state George N. Curzou the new under secretary doilcrs.l by ei'ir p- > .IItI.

    ,".; "' ("JII.dally selected for the home settle by Mon-lay M.ireh that it I is a dciul desolate waste of played for Ireland is said to be the best but "l'Ulll t gi-inff."I U-licve. t _ _ Our'-1It at. Unlit *pnii C. s"ys;
    S 21st. an 1ave I i Not frey' but u not I "Your v. t, l f- k i .i '. T1e'--
    out volcano and cooled off lava bods. a pass "pass; > ) it ITtlflnan
    j- No.
    trade dressed t. O
    and will be sold! at haid timesprices. man in the house of commons. Democratic Hxrc. .'
    costs of court, as I HI I'IIC'C'all : i without atniosjiLire.I j luXc\v Be: the !IB*' wtti -iii! t ;
    Within the of live Mr. A. J. Uug. heXjtnli.d
    space years and cod w..r. ,.
    rri4 i iwatrli. JI
    "Ell'T tcd.
    _ my bills in the of .J. p.Wills I Umbrt'1I1L'l11ale of paper are one of the Drexel and other members of the family I up."lut : i', The intinlHrif, the Democratic EiecCiiiniiiitUu .. ii | atvtdcr. liivl W..le .1.' :\I"r'

    Why buy inferior flour when you for collection ; latest products of French ingenuity. The have given away t.,IOOOO for charitable: Not "I am through" dinner but "I' 1'.I: }j\- of district No. 6 are than )"iii. "ul the pric was $45."
    on that late. i iI is
    : I paper toii hc-uwl and rendered watxr1 have fini..h.L1lli11lr. I !
    purposes. n clll"IL.1! in meet Hi the court house One
    't ran get bwcvt Home at the 1 Oil rt.wwl .HMMe' Still wanted foreitch
    at Heibcrger & Ricil rd. sameprice ,. I H I WELL.. tine proof with by IH-HI.C bichnnnate treated of toa solution of gel a.- "St ve" Elklns the new secretary of Not" "It u t.)' alty." but "It u too ''Il..rd.Inl 20th. 18V2. at 2 o'clock pl.ite.. \N ril. for &rt2cuIarS.

    potash. .
    S war neither smokes nor drinks except to ealt. I 1' in. J. M. JOHNS.Chairman.. E.wriKK WATCH A full lint; of paints, at Strayed! A lithi, avy built' lirreil Watch crystal. nre made by blowing a take a little wine at table. and lives Inexpensively Not "It is ta>ty." but "It is tacteful? 48 ml !M Mideu Ijine. New 'a.k.-

    Truby, Sternlmrg &; Co. cow, one horn ha* been tjippe. sphere of glax* about one yard in iliaiuuter, for a man of his means. Not "LJK t ,.(.mtJh'dt>."" but "Lightcomplesiou'd. Tin' "SiuiMlurd" .'<* act2-Iy
    after Ia Top.
    which th* ilNks are cut (rom it by .
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    "I oucbt1" notes for l'ia'e at tin- partly grown out. Marke: under S means of a pnir of rompasseci having a diamond Dr. James Field Spalding, the Cambridge I Jlick tlnvlllt'. Flu.. Mnrch 3. 1892
    Episcopal rector who has gone over Not "Ilfdoa"! : come to see me. but
    TELEUKAIMI office.To l in one ear, 'bit in the the i at the extremity of one leg. to the Church of I Editor TruoRu'n-PJ announce E. L.
    upper j Rome Ls small and i "He doesn't rmuo t > see me. I STEWART, M. D.UJtc ..
    see IK to -I : Trunks are now made of paper pulp that slender. His hair is hat I I, i Wit or I thrti; time in xuccirMtit in -
    buy Hodges' other ear, ha a young .alf and| a j has been Hulijtftt-d snow white. Not "Who are you going v.-itli'r" but ji to In the
    white spotted yearling wi'h her same manner u the material great pressure used for the. mustache is a deep black. I "".hom are \oti going; with! I I I psper tlMt the Daily and Weekly '

    :K.z J. Jones has; a lull stock u. any manufacture paper car whet-Is. Owinx: Herr von Pleuer one of the leaders of Not iufttrnrtiy "rflie:;: wrote to Nell 1 I Florida SttiBdtrd: nil] resume pu"Lion '..- tit R.n,,' Dnig

    funeral Mipplies, coffins and casket.- one giving information to owner or to the tenacity of the paper it is practically the clothes Austrian and lives reichsrath like wears English and I," when }oa say comvlly "Slid !I ul an early date arid our ihscribr'i

    returning them will be i impossible to injure a trunk mode of this an Englishman. He wrote to me." City and Country.
    all 'i11I lie Indemnified
    I 'I at pres.I .__ suitably re material. : lived for some years in England and likes : : for lo't tilDe and not E7Kf
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    . warded. : the style. ::4) :ii'l.acr&bfor a sub.tUlute. -
    To the Ladies of Jjtarke: : Persona with tender feet will be interested I I "Llk SI.-isHr. Like :3I." Your frMtcrimlly. TATE mill M. D.

    \C "lIulll'a:1 'special attentionto I TATE Pow KLL. in a new invole for l hoots und fhOl I Henry Geor;:!' lived for several years in ahouse "Lo->k heah. Aiiiibo-has you got dat C EMKKKILL.. ,

    our 'inc of tine iiI(4 $. Every p.warrinttd Starke, Fla. It is miuUof hollow India rubber, iniluted in Han Francisco owned and once occupied ar dollar 'n ;i 11 'f you owes me?" Of The SUud.rd.
    by a brother of Ward McAllister. PHYSICIAN
    with air or gas tin-ler! pressure, the external "UXIIlnc\ gnicioiu. CiPsar. I hadn't, AND SURGEON
    : to give satisfaction.Truby Mr. I II. Duii.l. r iia. liud ni tb. protective covering being canvas silk : It was in this house that "Progress and ** Cull for a County DemocraticConvention .
    ii"Now fac'.
    : Sternburg & Co. restaurant the whaife other similar Poverty" was written.F. .
    on until i I it ha* or material. Inserted in the look

    Look out fop J. G. Alvarez' mammoth fairly out done itself. Mr.! I DunsturHII shoe, it relieve the pressure of the leather C. Partridge, solicitor of the state department swindle me heih.out ob s'pec's dat art you'a gwineto \t Siarke. Florida Thursday. April "tb.1S92. .. atSTARKC Sme1ai' Dreg $

    .ild against nil tender purt of the foot. is one of the youngest men that money. 1 lit 11 a. m.. for the purpose of selecting FLORIDA
    tock of goods, uo A urriviiiLeverv I' hotel man and knows how : Water t Iv heatedibove 212 ever held so important a position under "No. 1 rt'u't. Cat -1 HW'JU- a'n't. ten delegates to attend anti represent mylS&t _

    day.Fresh tll< gl up a good meal. Tins! reMau- I Fahrenheit may without p.t-wiug into steam degn. I our government. It is scarcely ten years "Den why ha'n't you paid it? Why Bradford county in the sfete cunrei- .

    --- .-- ant u ill be; open m-xi Muiiaun! I and while it it under ordinary atmosphericpresMire. | since he graduated from Amherst college. isn't ye got it now. eh':" lion at Tampa on June let, 1892. Frazse <& Hall!

    guaranteed am" a1 I lov ptipouial u-r the management. I pro-tided it i-kept perfectly quiescent Samuel II. Rothwell, of Philadt'lphia.anti "Well. ole maze do foe is. lar8 been The election districts of the county *re ,

    at '1'. it. hu cat's. ; but let the slightest motion be communicated -/ Peter Ell-iuiker, of Lancaster Pa., areS a mighty big turner in gold an de bullsan entitled to the following delegates: Att'ys and Counsellors at Law,

    1 Nice TWO EXPERIENCES AT TH: CAPITAL.A to it-even the tremor producedby the sole' survivors of the committee of de b'ars hab been cuttin up >o dat da District No I. Lawiey. 10. t
    mounted :
    pictures lor sal; H footstep-tint! It.'holdlthe! water which hundred who received Daniel Webster in money's all locked l tip." 01 2. Lake Butler t7.II RoOk XO. 1. JOMttf BLOCK.

    .: cheap at Morgan'; Toting WOUIMQVh<> Camo to Fay an was calm and quiet suddenly flashesinto Philadelphia during the Whig campaignof "Locked up whur'* j 3. Palestine 9 STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA.And .
    ; Jolt ;-r--'IIC; kinds Extended Vinlt to an Kullre Stranger. steam. IS40. II 4. Providence. 11.
    jEiIII l at the "\Yh-in tie bunks ob courso." 'a Downey Bulld'f. cor Third anti

    '1":1.:%1.ItAPII office. "We bad some remarkable experiences I To cut sheet brass chemically the follow- Hon. John II. Wilson is the only Republican "Now jus' hole on. ole (Jibbertefib.What II 5. Pine Hill. 19.G. Center' .. Fernandint, Fla.
    in Washington." said a 1.1.1} whose husband ing method meets with great success: among the Kentucky delegation in SUrke. 23. j,1'r
    The I rav -ler's Old r" Jacksonville had. through two aihnmistratious. Make H strong solution of bichloride of the present Cllll rel". lie is not con..plcu- in de name ob goodness gra. u.<. II 7. Hampton. 7.

    t IO the only! HrM-i-lnx: I bule., I held a high otUce in the g'lIn rnwent. mercury in aL-ohol. With a quill pen draw ous as a talktr; on the floor of tbe house, hab you got to dud de lxink an wid We recor,.mend that the various duties Wa II. RIVERS

    all .. "Insane claimants a line across t bras-. where it is to be cut. but has acquired the reputation of being gold. an wid bulls au bars in M corner? districts bold mass meeting to select their
    keep s iiiitiier.Sadille
    open come to Wa.shing-I! Tell delegates on or before April 3.t. 189$. _DEA.r ER JS-,
    I! Let it dry on.nnJ. with the same pen,draw a hard %\orkir.; me datl""LtKik :

    . IHTM-S l ul' I I1 Ii I'" iiid ir<4iillemeti ton by the hundred with preposterous s over this line with nitric acid. The lirasa In Rome P.-ince: Ippolito Aldobrandini. a iieah. Cnur. IVc Lcerd mas-'r J. L. HILL

    ,. at. .1.1V.. Alvarez I & Cu.: ; demands of every kind. Of course at S may then !III' l>n> across like glass cut nephew of P.-mce entered the; tell moro'n forty men 'at wanted money J. M. JOHNS, Ch'n Dem Ex. Com.. DRUGS AND MEDICINES
    the departments and in their IIOUMOS the with Secretary. Bradford Co.
    . IItahlt. aThe dimllu.lI1. Jesuit order taking the oath of poverty dat same tYing what I tot you, an iu\r
    and I
    president his cabinet are guarded afar I tmrfo.ce of any given quantity cft and humility He was then just eighteen wa'n't ono ob Vm treated him like you Call for a *iat Dcoa.*raUclion' .avs SIb-oes Ea"ts

    The bttItiOiitffee5IIu. for $ I as may be. from these intruders but t gold according to the best authorities years old and a millionaire. His money do me. By golly 'pears to ma I i ,

    ! al Heiberger & Richard's. they sometimes gain access to the people may be oten.ed: by the hammer 310.814 will KO to the order. might act like a gempl'manr yon W' The democratic party of the state of' OJ.o"t"hin.gU4f :

    ., A new line of genife fuuiKliiu they desire to see and give a great t times. The ihicknes* of the nu-tal thus Mr. Dulfour, who for some time has York Ledger. Florida will hold a state contention at

    ) deal of trouble. extended llpp"lrs to l he no more than thejiS.UOth ranked with Mr. Gladton:: and Lord Salis- Tampa on Wednesday. June 1sf. at IS -
    goods ju.-t in and tor sale ( In- clic.i ( ( of inch. in.. for the following
    4 "Owim probably to my name having part an Eight ounces bur/ among the most prominent figure to purposes:
    : Stop.
    est in tt'wnatJ. W. (1I1111 c''. been more or less in the newspapers. I j'' of this wonderful nua.tlunld gild a silver S in Eugliih [ulitics. was in hit youth an Matron-Mr. Nicefello i dislike to To choose delegates to represent the Gents' Furnishing Goods.

    A new (.ck-uf cuttius and caskets had not a little from these wire of Huflk-sent length to extend entirely idler of liiuri'Mis nuxleof life and of manners state in the National Democratic ConTrn-
    annoyance S around the gilJhe.ELECTi1IC. fine to scold but I really must. You ought to riot, to be held in Chicago June 21. 1893.
    at N. J. .(ones people myself. and women as well amen ] effemiiriry. know bettor than to keep my daughter To nominate) candidates for the offices DRY GOODS & NOTIONS.

    Have you tried Sweet Home fiCHU used to deluge me with the most SPARKS. lost Judge his Struve, Seattle, ten months ago I standing in that cold front hall half an of Governor one Justice of the Supreme
    voice and has been
    The hales absurd applications. One very funny traveling over hour saying good night to her. ad Court, a Secretary ot Stat Attorney-Gk-n-
    are increasing
    day the you
    every : country M-eUry relief. After just received
    spending tock Itr
    a large
    incident. winch however The lines of the eral. Com
    roller. Treasurer.
    The bent trade uu> it. For sale 1.Heiberger 1.\ was most an Roundbay electric tram- $),OOO and rec'.iving no benefit he gave up did last night. and LS yon do every time pi Superintend the boTe gont\s.\ we are prepared to -
    noying at the time. occurred after we way at IxWK England which were put in This cut of Public iLstriictioo, Commissionerof supply
    In despair. On you corno. morning she had a terrible
    : Richard. : morning recently he woke your want Give us a c.U.nd inspect -
    bad been in I operation recently with the tgricuilure and four Presidential Electors
    are equipped
    Washington only a short with his cold and her
    up voice as good as ever. lungs are not strong our foods before buying t"ltte.laer..
    ., Fresh oysters at Mfacham'a even time. and before I had warned my serv II electrical sr tern and apparatus of an know.Ir. and Alternates thereof to be voted
    American cf ipany. yon tor nt the next regular state election, and W. RIVERS
    day. Leave sour orders t':1I'IJ.Gl'lIt1'l' ants against these eccentric gentry. We CURIOUS CULLINGS.In } Nic fcllo.-My goodness l la she to transact such other business ,
    A new electrical device the nickel-in- as may aujM
    had had on 8TARKK FLA.
    a big dinner. and I was alonoIn sick?
    gloves: shirts hone tie. come before the convention.
    thf'-& Iot order ha lu-en introduced in the
    hats and in the drawing room about 11 o'clock, the ground dove sitting on Matron-No, but she's had The different counties in the will
    fact anything to make ;. just after our had I railway car in England. By placing u a house is a sign t h:.t tome member of the a narrow state H. E. LAGKRGREN ,
    guests departed. in the escape. Now. these long drawn send delegates to the convention the
    the light out upon
    gentleman at I Hodge*, at a touisl.inglv .- heard little penny receptacle Iurnfor family there residing will die before the
    I"U 'i ieei. I un't fail to so a bustle'in the hall but fancying fifteen minutes and is then extinguished birds nest: II.i 11. good nights have got to stop. following basis: LAND SURVEYOR.
    that it was some one going away automatically.The Mr. Nicefello-Indeed they mnst. Oue delegate for each hundred votes
    his 'bargains. did not disturb myself about :it. You cannot wear at or abuse anybody dear my rust in each county for the candidate on Deputy County Surveyor.
    wonderful growth in the of electricity madam. I'll go right out for
    use a
    The only *!c2 a day hotel in ..lacksonville "Presently the door opened, and the. I in this country for lighting the Japanese lan:;uuge. The worst you clerK'ulan.t'w York \Veeklv. the slate ticket that received the highest All Untfl nil from U. B. RurrpT Field Not**.

    .t. is The Travelers.Hauling footman announced. *Miss Clark.' And is shown by recent statistics. There purposes can say of anybody is thathe is n "fellow," -. -- _.- ntimt>er of vote at the general election of Levelling aud Dra..... .r.Ie.., .Ie.
    : if and if you want to express your very very It should be In Every House. I 1S8M, and one additional vote for the fraction er c' ii *t Ibis ode.
    quite as she were an expected guest are now ITX( ) central stations, with a capital
    ol.all kit.ds without lIt! pointed indignation you shout. "There! .1. K. VYilxon, ;."i I Clay str e'.. .Sh.irptiirg. in excess thereof when it amounts to STARKE FLORIDA. S
    in walked of i'l.Vj.COa.oOO.: ( These
    !taCall at .. \V. Alvarez & CII.': a very ladylike looking woman supply 1M.OOO( ( arc: therel"In '. !*... HHVS ho will! not Le without fifty or more But if any county increastd
    lumps and 2.4.;>;iJ4: sixteen can.-Ile
    liven: htal les. t'alminfolmed mo that she power the southern portion of Formosa the I Ur. K 11I1e'S >.w IHwovery (or ('oiistilui its vote at the general election 01 18110.I ARCTICCANDY
    glow TiLe
    had a claim against the Limps. i>ower developed is 45575 !).- 'I I'I ion. Coughs and Colds that it
    treasury- department horse natives are of the Malay type-fierce. war- it shall have the benefitt of such increase
    Wagonand wheelbarrows} atMorgari'4 fur a million dollars and that she I power.Owing like anil cannibals in their habits NV) eli ri-ti liix W'H'H i wluiiis 'bre.iienpd with I I E"cb county shall be entitled to one del- [
    had to with to the lack of penetrating powerpos.scsed white has been I'lineuiMonia aflor aim attack of lu grippe STORE
    Bazar.My come stay me until she had II man ever among them and ignte.
    arynged matters satl facturily. '1 have by the electric arc lilt: in thick no one know thuir! numbers. It would lx w hen various other remedies and several In counties where the democratic Tote

    p I friend-* and customers wil brought my trunk.' she explained very'I'i weuther.its Inventive use in lighthouse talent is ii now not being recomt'iided. as much aa life is worth to go among them. l!l "phvsii-i-uis.M t'l'pr, ot'hud I'ooksport dono tier, I', c'ninis grod.Iob of 1888 was reduced below the vote of C. B. EN8EY,

    find me still selling goods on tic. composedly' I suppose 1 may have to : brought to bear in En:l .jid to ascertain a A girl in Dexter Me.,possesses a faculty II.\ Iiu.(' New iMsuwery IIH.S done liii" low 1884 by reason of the prevalence ofel- CODa KAILXOAD AND HAIK TEX_.
    stop with for some time.' And I better 1penetrative mystifies her friends. When blindfolded more gt'.I' tlfiii :t''yt tiling"h. ex'or ud such counties are authorised to
    you to'
    north side of the
    of M'tin street. I wii'clo I comixj-.itioi! carbons, with a STARKE. FLA.
    also to said
    certify convention
    for .remlt fact.
    and provided with a photograph lung : uth l'1 like IL. Free
    my consternation I found that tha cab- view to sup.liin; the required rays for she can descriiie the person or object portrayed -* I 11 hit iMHtlr-Mat W. II. River drug lttrI and may in addition to its representationherein -

    and furniture. J. man (for she had amt t in a carriage) effect. Large bottles, (>c and St.$ 5 authorized select and to said
    ( \V. llodiro> in the picture, and she will also describe o certify Vegetables Candles, Fruits mad
    had brought her box into the hall, and In European countries where the telephone the objects in picture I con veil tiob such additional delegate on a Summer
    any or print Drinkx.
    Lulktut for J. G. Alvarez' hi; that she had; and dismissed him. is in the huuLs of the stat lL large after merely running her linger tip over THE TRAVLLiRsliOTEL I 1'At.uj of the vote of 1884. for the action of

    advertisement) nt. week. Her whole demeanor was so quiet aud proportion of the inhri.bitant.ii use it. In I the surface. I luc convention.The COCO COLA Nerve Tonic aDd CHA.5I

    ------- assured that the servant who opened the Norway, Sweden. Switzerland ant: f-r-! A in Lincoln COBXEU (IF BAY ANt CEDAR STREETS, counties under this rule will entit PAIGNE MIST.

    \\ esley Hodges savstt1l, the po dour never dromt but that the was many from 100<> to 400 persons in every 100-, 'j j dislikes man too much company county has Me.removed, who I'' JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 4 r led to representation as follows: Agent for Mallory Steamship Line.
    he them 000 of the population; are tub riberi. In I American 2.uO) and 2 50 Alachua ..
    pie thaI wants exery on.' expected. S the elevated walk by which Jiis front door pUu, $ $ per day. i 11 | oe\Uaa
    Great Dritaiu the other Umdford
    on hand Min JO Lena
    to come iroiind and) ee what he hate "To have a crazy woman in your i 1WJ.OOO employ it. only was reached, and goes in by means of a Euinpeuii plan 4)ni850c a I Uy each ilakt-r 4 tx-Ty 1 T<

    S say about selling croods. He i is in house at znitnight is not a pleasant po- The ladder l at the back, drawing the ladder in p rson. I' meals. 2." c and }I'urd 5 LUierty I

    the j jewelry store in the old Witkov sition 1 assure )-rn. I felt that. she must application in mining of processes the power is being of electricity in after"Xo callers him. He has also posted this sign: I j H,'!Itural't: a I la carte. Citrivt Calnuua: 5 a Manatee lad loa 4 1 DRUG STORE
    wanted the Sabbath.
    on It is
    1'kI: huililill! b humored aud making souio crcaswl rapidly. Electrical apparatus: is i I j the Lord's day-a day of rest." .A NEW BRICK HOTEL situated on I I 'C'.y:' 10 ft Ma Muuroe.inn 11 19oluuiWa ,

    hastily sought my husband and acquainted -. used ventilating, pumping. lighting, 'I I the principal: ItUMiiess Direct and com- J'aJr 1 Nautaa IS
    Golden U'ax German BIu.k:1X, him with the bituatiou. Fortunately signaling. subsurface hauling hoisting In the Yoruba country. west Africa the ui uiioxlitiir i. 1 bexuiilul view of thc I",, uto T Orange II

    '' 'Mohawk and Valentine bcaiiN at Dr. -, our good neighbor : surface transportation undercutting drill- i: natives send messages by means of shclH river ample; tire t'C'I"''. hut. attid cold I nit M IS Oicrola t
    .. feathers, i l..scin !ia 2J 1't1lt"I
    Tnil 1I >y, St 'iiil';urg & ('0. lvo within a few doow. and writing Ing,channeling blunting crushing pulverizing -I powder and peppers shot, eoI'll.and stones,other coal,razors I lulhs and closet> mi every floor. K.chroom Kronklm 4 Pol* II

    _ h lins to a k his advice and separating and cleaning. The meaning of each many is known things. i is provided \jilt nut electric hell!| nnd ','UI&i" in !'. I'utnam U
    a'st object and Ilaut l..m 7 $.Job S Ii
    : tire vUrm .nd lighted t It This :
    X,-\\ lill..f lowhoe: I, just eceied \' ance, we entertained our tranjjeTsitor EXPOSITION all of them together make up a sort of > JJHH. iij!' 14r.h-1.1.> 4 Soula KOI S 1
    ECHOES. i i- closed. A
    never niyr.'jt l-ik md wa'l.It.111111
    & ( 'o. nnti he arrived with a carriage to take I code, by which intelligence relating to itiil.sboiouxh 18 Suuitrr I '
    at fruity Slernburg
    tire .tlxxuya on I tie aim I to "oh.! -" 5 auwaanec 10
    1.. pr lady to a safe shelter for the Miss Hideout, who is doing the Ktatnary anything whatsoever may be trawiD1 Ltal. l life ui Th* TEI.KUKAPII will ''e sent III With great tact he persuadedher work for the Woman building of the I Ntvaiiiiiili. FloritiaW u-rii. tin JriTeiHott l.uf M y..1wda ID
    11 8 Wakulia
    any address for $1 1 aear.. to go with him. and she took leaveof World's fair, is- only eighteen years old. FIGS AND THISTLES. sonville. Tampa & Key Wi-- nod lilt St.Aiisriisliiie !I Lake yeue 13 Walton: I I .-.r".

    many apologies for her short Sir Edwin Arnold has i, 11111 I depots und two block Washington ..
    u wt agreed to write a : way : J. L.
    I have just returned from Nt'n stay abrupt departure. poem for the World's fair opening and to Genius may be >swift but patience has w i-st of tin- Florida Central & l't'lilj"uiar .1))b counties will select their delegates (GASKINS.

    Yoik and can di.tanoe all my coin- "My next experience was more sen- serve on two committees connected with tbe surest fe.-.t.I rnilwy clC'PIlt'lI1d Cly.ltNew. York & in any manner a* may br considered best DBA LIB IB

    l'.titl'l : in inv *pecinltic! of dfgoods 1 ous. My daughter: was to be married, ''I j the management of that exhibition. I I II I If nobody bad a hobby the world would Florida steamships Mild !:t. Job u9 river I tiy ihe jKMiple acting through the usual Drugs & Medicines

    I soon stop moving. steaiiitr !:inlii!s. nutkini; this the most I artY 1I1'Ianz"lioDi.; And it i i. recnaa-
    : ; i'd 1 Hiilliii'-ry.I.1 (Vimi I' all.1 bon and on the afternoon before the wedding The World's fair managers have taken
    CIIII\'t'ui'nt i Iioti-I fur inoistienif' in I Jmk-'.llhllllbt". convention in mch
    More people fail from I eiunly HUrke Fla.
    ;- iii'-.'.. .1 G. Alvarez. 1 had gone up to my room for a little away the space they had assigned to the discouragement I I ,
    New England shoe and leather 'than from misfortune IIInvill(. 1IIrc"1 elirs p:l..tI lie .l 'iiil frum I mrri for this purpose at the court PhjrftielanN
    trade and
    J. W. II.! '.I
    'II.! bl: > a l-iri ,- Moi-k, h II tg''r j servants who informed me that a gentleman the show. I nobody would) IMS lame. : Iii rm,t-.Iieil ri SUfl4, si ugh,''r oti >uile I bHtui.luj. 11.iy ht. C.'lItfMl..ti.., es
    wan down Itair who insisted \.1 I Uii lurgeM; t but thr l.e'lIJltI..1 i \'riragesiieiiis are (h.iimig made by eomniitlff Olf&t
    cheap: nnd he dlell it chc.ip) .1 I 'Miss 1 Professor Ives of the art department cf Envy is always a robber. for the moment il1ll1l'f .-
    uid Lie fur
    upon tiD Mary' (my daughter) city only one conducted I appointed such purpose. ton
    tll111: tut rest I.1 .ilI iid !h I the World's fair, announces that the artists we envy others their possessions we Lose I J
    >ci' Here rnrf reduced ,! HOME
    or myself. 'lie wouldn't give his tnes- of Russia Lave Eun'pi'ixn plan. you can c'ilh pax > ruts i travel to and fn>m FOR SALE.The ..
    :'u.1 r.IIIUtc' sage ma'am exclaimed the man. *although promised to send collection our own. I t:'Z or $2 "id a day: .r ..'lIt xoiir t ioorn ,>a>\ I ihe irn-iiion.: and ihi* committee will
    of their
    art works l
    .. 1 told him that you did not wish this something never before There are still too many people who '- ray only for the mcnN x.iii :ICIII1\1I)' have I t\\e\ tie countv committees due notice of followUijj dp rril.i>ii property )J.-
    I I' m 1'111.11"* seen ty country. j joy seeing a tin can tied to the tail of some !H"oins < .Il'IIo.r l mail or irli :inpli. The urh, n-sullt: .(nn early d.4V.: rated within the
    UK d k' 'Jn- to b dthe. Thinking that it mightbe Tho Japanese exhibit at the Chicago fair other man's I I amid eorpoisie ljmit nf ,h.
    JUT 2 I theer I dog. rooms and r'-st.urii: : ate unlit: r '.t fut e. 8methn importance. I weut dot \ will consist of works of art and mechanism No matter what a man says in church, I 'JII'IIII n.s ittigeiflertt of t t he- piojirictor.IIL'IITOX I Jj'"liii.rt'Ict thin committee will meet at lows ,f HUrke. is offered f.>r sale:

    I reception room, where I found flowers and fruits table dainties domestic K. BAIM 1'011110\ s iii, May 3hl. Two Acre of Mini
    ; to
    lou( (';'ItS :'*:tlllc..1, eot li ,'hal1! : I you can tell where he lives by what Le I IF p. receiveiriiiiilj
    II tall very good looking man. who in an and personal ornaments, living pigs i talks about the mo>t. "- I |. and issue lirkcta- of- dmiaaionto well fenced upon nLk-h i. a ,*ood...well
    h.d'l; : s \ :'11.1 I agitated manner told me that he had 'horses, fowls, acrobats and wrestlers, besides ) dlo; ili'V
    painted a.d .
    5U) *aei>-oii -<2 '. ....' e..!!!II.", t S long loved my ilary. bad seen her mar- j other things too numerous to mention The only from: real courage is that which Hy order of the committee.AI pUiterfd twi> 'tory d\nJhn:
    and too marvelous to be described. comes knowing that we are right. AI I .m eirellenl ".u..t water l.r1rkeft'lrnr"
    1I1..t..' e\ t.i i.fl< jtd riage spoken of in the and Rogues are never brave. I : JAIIis P. 'fALur..o.
    200 r.i-es nn i ; th traveled night and day p.pI ha Hon. Charles A. Stott, T. C. Search, J. I.. B \OM11WLLL. Cb'lSrcrrlary ".e clay; fotxl stable' sad i outljiiildings.
    .z'tii on
    ; : pieilug I I1IIlIk.l There are men who will walk five miles
    N. Carpenter K. Dorman 1. B. Goflf, 1. The following a list Itt the Tree
    .1. the west to be in time the u f row.
    at Al.irz' prevent to lead
    t a prayer meeting, simply because
    Anderson G. C. H.
    Kunhanlt G. Kittridge !
    eacritice. at the head the I TheWe ks BAKFIKL* jig upon Ik* place:
    ; (G. P. Ladd and C. J. Itathburn have been they enjoy being of proces N
    "He insisted upon seeing nfy daughter tat appointe a committee by the National sion. who are sure to be suddenly missing { 10 Plum Tre*, It varieties M yrsrbMrinf
    Owen wens Jr. I onl'a He was K excited that 1 was Wool Manufacturers' association to take whenever anybody wanted to bit.up with BUILDERS ;
    i! terribly frightened but kept my presence charge of the wool exhibition at the World's the nick or to help theneedy.Rain'sllorn.RULES Wil: build Rosidenreti. Churches Stone aid ., f trees (S 8tndrd)3. on Pmr roots;

    of mind and contrived ring for i fair. School Hou .. Satisfaction j g1I&rallteed or no 40
    t for 10 Orange Trees. varieties 77 Pear
    FOR ;
    I BOOKS. I j pay. 1 rriiiM cash or time to ,
    GROCERIES( ) the footman. Show this gentlemanout I mponxibl partite. 4 varieties ,
    EPICUREAN Apricot 7
    MORSELS. : ; Per fuiQioii
    1 said and fairly I Lake Butler and New Ru.,. Florida.mchllCni .
    few Never hold book the
    np.ti1 -- 1 near 77. eholeest Ttrtehen' peach
    ; SO. Urjt
    PROVISIONS( ) ( > Some or other they got rid bulbs and burdock I -
    I but that way evening he returned and again restaurant Lily delicacies. are Japancec Never drop a book upon the floor,,. I I elected T.rie iM; Quince 2. Cbncse.

    S Never turn leaves with the thumb. To show you vrhut un oxoi-Iier.t paper for All the shore trees in huria
    DRY GOODS i the next Of course he was TicKle are most
    morning. The tornco'1 is a most dainty breakfast
    the home circle tiis trw York JAdaer U,
    Never lean rest book. II
    or upon an open of them !j. their
    not admitte'l. but 1 was made 8 thor- dish broiled n r' fried. we w1l1116nd Jon seroud) year.
    NOTIONS, I oughly nen'uul that my husband sent Celery that is fashionably served lies Never turn down the corners of leaves. The Eartb This plaee niiut 'he seen t. >>r appr.ei-

    t for a couple of policemen in citizen's prostrate] on n fiat dish. Always keep your place with a thin book \Irf'tI. For further
    MEN'S Witt Hoc SOW FERRY'S SEEDS iuformiii apply >.
    MING sad
    GOODS EC.I mark.
    I clothes who remained with the wedding Porpoise liver preferably decayed. makesa 3 Numbars for aura will d. the rut.
    Never touch a book with damp or soiled lazgshy tlM DR. A. I L. SfOTT
    party unti tae )young couple were fairy i Greenlander's mouth water. .I i-mim W ih tWI. b MMSW. brftel-c1711
    hands. pUnt .4-FERRY'S. S
    off on tram. -New York I The flesh of the young peacock exceeds A book full of Ufonnkuo abotrt CwdM.-. _ Slark-. .'1..
    ] t the flavor and delicacy of most other f oxx Is. Always place a large book on tho table aad what ia,scat free M all. tk

    am now ready to sell goods Thy She Couldn't Buy. 'I!i It is given on high authority that nodish before opening It. 10 CI1 D. M. PERRY kjt." Ask IootSaJ. U.i1L&ERWatchmater

    IIE1P.: Jail and "While I was doing some shopping should bo given more than thrice in ecu, Always turn I leaves from the top with the t I'J:t ft CO.. /; / orntOIT.

    see me. says a man. 'l 1 enl'ountelt the typical week. middle' or forefinger. un IQC& I

    woman shopper She wasvilh another Chicken tomales, a Mexican delicary is Never touch a book with a damp cloth.

    woman an. they reached a counter ,made on our Pacific coast with the car. 'nor with a sponge in any form. The 1IInt!"::1; .:i.i Ii. .L. I etnvr nru 1 rautlful. .

    Owen Owens Jr. I where soni" charming little teakwood casses of sea "ull Never pull a book from a shelf by the It la c,r-s i-f t..-. ifs Lil.ltrate.1 I and
    In the \ :
    Ntarke, Florida. cabinet Wet I displayed. >! Kabobed eels are not bobtailed eels binding at the top. buVby the back. orrt.'r"- I

    flU .'Theref! ecaime the type enthnsiastically )though their tails are cutoff in sections all Never placf another book or anything I. I i

    very thng of all others I i the way to the head. (else upon the leaves of an open book. Sheriff's Sale.

    A nilllou and Ualf. for Mrs. C Only week she was beI' Never rub dust from books but brush tt These three tntie 'iilctitaln tbe I .
    lat It is suggested that the African eland ,
    I Jeweler.
    1'b. hi .. I following 1t ."' :i". loi-uu;: Tv.o comiK.uilfully and by rirtncof an execution daU
    It I" i j. iiniHtd; io IK fie' am I admiring a little one of mine and wish (cultivated for its flesh which is pronounce; ount due
    lu-irs j 1,1 uiicUimcd wtntt-s in i ing for fellow for her dressing table' excellent eating. Hotel Mail. 'Queen. 'ourut tb.4th judicial circuit Bute of Florida
    'Xarsauli Nortli cullllcdt
    Eng1'Uld. Ireland. it : I! __ one by lichen ;j.nnJ'or Bradford county. inacertalo cause
    InliDf ILlIlI Scotland. Wules Gt'r. 1'How fortunate!' cJcaime her com La "Tho llomancc f '>nal Xenbii," the therein pending wherein Henry Meiohard. SaioUf -
    FrKllclS. Tl1e Crlppe Successfully Treated. Stare
    LI. be litirs ale SUppol"i panion. '1 should get directly, and it other II y Lcaii II\rma" I't-ei. entitled ) Meinhard. Itttac Vein bard and K. A.Wed.Tkirtorn FJ.a. the Umu-,1 HIIl' I i "I have just iPri>vvrei l from thA **e'- In bunines*under firm of Min-
    !. dl'sccllll- Electric Bitters. :: '\t the 'EI ant will mind. *
    of '.ple 10th. CrI.sitI be pff y ur ond 8tlllC'k'of he grip this \ ear.' nn\s hard Bro ,&Co.. were paUntiffs. and M. F.and .
    8tO. Y ll wl1. rCII.II tile ocean lcal'lIl I "The other hesitated, at the This n-medy i ia Iwoming so vtelli 1 ;) Mr. Jas. O. Jones, publisher this Lea'd- I abort tor,." bv: ;' / ji-TL llnru'la E, \V O. Moore partner in barine under Ira --- .II
    n-q''t1 10 thilt :&rr ; and commented- loke known Hi'il M" ]P"IHllolr a* III need II.1 er. Mexiii, 'lexjis. "In tj! la II'r ..ft. I Itarr, MarT I" .' :>..uAnna t'Iat'Ud n'une of M.F. & W.O- Moore were defendants
    .igne4. oc"rreP' with Ute underfr" price 'They're not .it UHiHi'Mi.Ml I I who have: u"e.l I I. used I l'h.unli"rlaln'n( I I ,V. Ttiam*tim nil 1 <'f I. ''111"11. V. H".S' I hare levied upon and will tell at p'iNIo nnterr

    till' t'".if.yollr lWflple came *""**I all dear and they're certainly very prey 1 Ij Bitter** MrfT 'he *-' iiio roth: ot I think with 'Jlllid''rHhlto I'on-jli! Kftmedy.ard SUI'I"-.".. numcrons poems: :: :'ei K:::'s i>i 1!ic "\\1)- j. the same on Monday beioir the the first 4th Monday ly of April of said 1 KL Largest Assortment of
    cmmnry Rl'm"mt..r, Ihltt"' letter f. $this: ty and I know she wanta one. but.' putting 'I ;t.1ui'e. A purer lJj..ill( .!.)e. not ex ii.t only t'einir in hell a little over I 1\\ a ,1\! *... 1 lunn'n \vor:l" I:- ,'-r .\:! '. !.'i1 ofmathfi tutt\r- anil legal sale day. in front of the court h.u. _

    slIn' tll n'q'li" II fivt. Ct'ut tIHmp Bc, the cabinet back. '1 feel 1 as if I'I 'I .'tllIl it is c-iiiirnteel to do ill lllott i in against ll'lI.han, fur ihe lirs'. Th* tLat rl! t h'-:1"1 <: .1:' t.ud | d-H>r in the town of Starke.count T of Bnuiford
    I wrUe, ytnir IIl1l1le mind Ittdr.'t1 pll1ir.- hadn't looked .:uin>.l. Kiwi i !ie' Hitters \\i'l' ourtall 1 swond Htixi k I rm: 5\u.lied would bi.xc daughter; 110'\\*f.-,.--T.'n: NVrM'Fcur and btale of)'k l1d. between tbe leral buun of Watches. Clocks and
    Iy. :\I.!M. N'n.1| | 05 cents to l'fly forS'ibscribe jQJte enough-yon know ;,j ,diMM-c: nftlic Liver t'nil Kidrmys.vill! deen equally as bad HH the fir.t but f.r ('o.t-r-," sI n'ai.; I j:I-- .L'ClLhinCi53 salt-us that day. tbe following described proper
    HIIII.C."Ir, .l'"IIII'lIC'C.( pcli.'aJl' 1 had planned o give the rest of the'' :>.. !n..iI.5 Rtieuin nd 1 V> lying and beinc in the county of Bradford aadxt.irr ,
    up Pimp : iou und
    inov )
    We if the use of this I had ortlclr n.11'1:: jeiiiedv as Florida Iota'
    fur 1II\'l..I' etrg t' hot Iii it! to Z' to : ODe(I) three (I. fl>*(5).1 t Jewelry
    IIIII1 '-\'II.LTAM Lenmlotllu. afternoon to T. yg. C.'s present.NI'A" ,. "Mt,- :ttl.ctuiis <-ati"e-l) by in.puro "'..d. bed hi nbout six 1I""rll attr bHng tzi1,- tbe three tJre .:'; i ivai.v; its cf a Ciuat hsve.(7).ntne(9).eieven (11) la Block flfte.n : ,
    li lug..I"1! Roiut bkeptlet\'s HuIm : York Times. \\lltlrin'Iallril: i I Ironi th. ->'-'*-f)* 1tI'l : en with ii-. while in t'ie first pl.we IVIII Interesting serial sforr. i-n'il'i'-.l "Mcrrl (!.").and one lot fire (5) in Block sixteen (IS).al fin
    * dOli. Eugtiitt.; 1.-1 -. I j prevent as well ns duO nil \llIhri\l. 'ltto JUlentl In rhe town of New River. RaId I lad eobl M tbpVnpertr
    to liiiiinesu about 2 (|HVj >< J.Han'. Wife :\;-' 01tvitailuient!
    I nc1,1 I If-x-i'i*. Fur enreof I Headai-he.: i'onstipaj j efore getting down ot* cent lottle for eacti nambc-r ">f .'/'>, OiH-r B ..l." MMD : Mill of execution.M. K. and Terms pnrcha to Mtuft.o > / 1'-eiaJ aUf-rtlin._ "ire" Innf tts, r-

    now and l learn what i it The remarkable statement is made j I lion stud, I m.d) :"tioii try lllectrif hitter> ;i sale l>v HJ! medicine dealers.Subscribe .rn RDI'U'" no: s.l.c..tal 'C'lSaI-a1 : lor utlrt. property pointed out by plain.tiff' rpnvlnK '
    1 1 Knir: i gong MIL that there are 10.000 suicides a year n sent for only 10 C' sa I i attorney. P.8- ..". : _,
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    Either the em get nl'W ,0u'a. llIII..ktrin"lIt r.'M.Ue
    the Austrian army. \ \V. II. iiv.r'Irut.toIe. ., NEW y-orr:: IJIOGER, By r. r..n.. t i2te.
    soldiers hold their lives very tiii and h3ppinl' I ttirch 4.1 !. i' I
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    i IN THE SENATE. If Arrested on a Warrant Charging Curio.i Connection Between Them-Eftfects "

    Aeelety Women IB Literature Qaeei Him with Perjury., THE INDEPENDENT NATIONSOF of Oar Atmosphere. "JOE" HOWARD'S REMINISCENCES Of

    Crank-The Man About Tavrn. LIBERIA, HOME OF THE PROGRESSIVE Climatology Is a fruitful study. It 13 THE FAMOUS -
    PI'BU March 10.-Robert Mc- THE INDIAN TERRITORY. vitally related to agriculture sanitaryscience ACTOR. "
    Street Ar.b.ICpyrlght. ____ *
    The Treaty Question Receives BLACK MAN. Cure the agent of the Law and Order engineering, mechanical arts; -

    Its league, who h been waging war o Row the Cherokees Have Progressed-* also In psychology, physiology and medicine. The Kurly,Days of Letter Wallaek-HU
    Careful Consideration. 1821Spcial It is an old study. For example.
    Experiment In
    Republican Govern on the
    A dealers carriers and First
    news news boys Appearance
    Note. About Their GOT
    Correspondence. Interesting Professor Draper, of No-f York. shows 5tasn.
    mentVKat the Future May Have 1* for selling on has ; Wonderful Success-His
    newspapers Sunday, .rnment. Customs and Ways of Life. how climate ha changed not only complexion POP1re._

    Senators Differ Widely Upon NOTORIETY AND AUTHORSHIP. S&re-OXonrovla, the Capital-.How I been arrested for willful and corrupt but cranial development. Austere dies Wallack sv. svn Aalhor. > *
    Their Methods of
    the Proposed Policy. NEW YORK, Jan. 23.-Writing stories IxxHts-Jfot Very Inviting. and gave bail in the sum of Farming. conditions furnish a ruder baser type, /

    and novels has become quit,a fad prju. Last McClure crossed Texas in coming from Mexico while a more genial clime produces a finer ( 18M.'S/

    with wealthy society women of this No country should be 8 much Intr 1,0. Thursday swore to the Indian Territory, and am now again grade of hkulls, with brains to match. Inasmuch Cprtgh'l8)Spc.1 Correspondence. '.*

    TZx Agreement a Treaty Is Believed ciy. and It Is an Innovation that ested In the welfare of the positively that he purchased a copy o rn a foreign country. The live civilizedtribes a social and Intellectual development !- Wallack was teclmv,

    t 1 welcome by the toilers who are Liberia our nation. The Pittsburg Press at 7 o'clock Sun who own the best part of this Territory depends on exemption from the Although Lster
    a ow Tent he was literally
    by Some to Be : ilemands of either extreme of caily an En
    a t wrie for bread. The liter thousand negroes, who were day morning, Feb. 26, from James claim to b Independent NaUon. exacting AmerIcan. for lshman.born in this ,
    1 of climate tends to oa
    Signal Diplomatic Victory ary success Mrs. Burton Harrison reared within our brder.are now living Sharp, a South Side newsdealer. Sharp They have a ciUzUon.laws and a government climate. Uniformity the first of January wa-1819. his ely Mr.
    started create homogenity national parent
    the fad. and Ward McAllister along the old of Upper of char&ctr.
    own, Cherokees -
    Over Great ct went the stand and testified that he James W.
    Britain. It the seal of his O What temperament Is to man-that Is. and !r. Wanacr bl,
    gave approval by writing Guinea and the republic they formed may did not sell papers that day and at the among whom I am now living, have 0 here a .
    W.QTl March 10.-After theM a cook book and then turning society years ago has for forty-two years been hour named he was eating breakfast. their own Parliament here at Wahlequab. the angle at which he looks up at things. The senior Wallack was a great actor.
    reporter. Some of these wealthy and recognized by the civilized world as an Independent ; and they elect their Senate and climate may be said to b to I country.In *
    Notwithstanding fined Ioue wild and !
    into executive session the thi. Sharp was is one's In his early days, a reckless
    fashionable writers one sense temperament
    may possess literary The voluntary without regard to the United: fat
    text o the Bh s treaty &read ability of a high order but that Is a mere zation of negres pwer.on so large a conl-ha I I the usual. $25 Sharp ad claims CW by that AldermanBelie. he has They have a President, or Chief who I it and climate is I country's fllp.tho vertical The In fellow be In found running: great away pleasure with the and daugh-satisfaction I

    i foil, and cnce explanation of ita detail, and by no means essenta to success. nowhere else been attempted, and the result I M. will convict McClure. elected by the voto of tho people.and they of solar rays van"ln.from which terof a famous London comedian. known
    The publishers all the of the experiment must Interest the tha settle all civil matters in their own equatorial the angle /
    terms and the necessities of the The $500 fine and imprisonment curt widely as Irish Johnston He had
    case /
    Artie frost at the a braIn
    o friends of
    writer will buy the book whole the cases being pleaded by their own males ples.lmpQf
    was made in behalf e the administration and that a few thousand other persons world had many trying days and not exceeding seven years. At yers and decided by Indian Judges. They on the races of ( and energy,ambition and industry. After
    Libra the McClure stated that at he returned
    hearing Agent home
    few spent
    by one of There were will buy It out of curiosity. That Is poor and weak. There Is reason have their own Secretary of the Treasury alized this In a recent Journey of 30.000 a years t
    th sntr stl it was his intention to after the of this country, and after a while
    go India the
    miles to and from by way founde
    enough Insure sole and to that few of and
    no copies of t a profitable however not a ou their own polio and
    correspondence proprietors next for violatingthe pltC the first
    th newspaper China and Japan. Tho immobility and Walak's Tbeatre.
    that I the publisher cares citizens will choose some day return cuts as much of a figure here it s
    al nEgro t
    led up the treaty the preBldent'Iletter Sabbath day, and that informations a del petrittcation, the torpid and tepid was 8ttr Walack.and
    t ad. abut If the publisher should and that a prosperous Wablo ton. Tahlequah is town of perhaps -
    which came with the document, t look at the matter from future t Lbra. the cuntr whose against newspapers would probably b 1.0 people and tho State 0 House Is life of the average Asiatic is. in part the ing was further from fathers Intention
    in few than that he should In his
    was simply one transmittal without this practical business standpoint.It natural resources well t b the mae a days. in its center. It Is a big two-story brickbuilding product of physical factors. Inebriety Is On tho folow him
    contrary gave
    o not there as with u1*. As Canon footsteps.
    does not matter these wealthy home of a large and thriving people. which looks moro like a National common
    suggestion o rmndton writers. They can pay t for the publication The island In midstream the Mesurado Marriage of a Descendant of ..o.ephlneS. CApiol. and Is located in a large park Farrar says we found India sober and an excellent education and procure for

    When the reading hd cncluded, of the book and in several instanceson Rver. at Monrovia, is of historical Inter PAUL, March 10.-.el Williams, Wth great forest trees. Around mae it drunken; wo have belted the him a commission In the Uritsh army.

    there followed an'' ; but no record they have done so. The free I it was here that the Liberians the Squire Tucker of A. M. Palmer's this the streets extend out in every with drunkenness, sending from KO yiREAEMS FOR HIM.

    &tmate aroou advertising these amateur authors receive built their first houses, and the grit Alabama at the direction. They are wido and English and American ports cargoes of Lester soon tired of that and.naturally

    d con of the document. B enormous. In the society columns of and determination required to make new cmpy. now playing and are lined with such buildings: unpave you that which has cursed our own lade t enough went on the stage in England

    I coon bme apparent that th treaty the papers a paragraph Is now going the homes in this African wilderness are opera house, and Zenalde wU tlnd in a town of 1.0 inhabitants a in ruin the tribes of Africa and Asia. Then he came hero and made

    was t receive severe and formidable rounds,telling how Mrs.-, one of the honor In the name of this spot, which is Vislaire, the Atlanta Moberly of th United States. house back of The United States ha been called" by called his American debut In the old

    ladles of the Four Hundred who Is travel- Island. There are no same were married by Dr. the main or business street have Dr. Beard "Tho Intemperate Bolt. Here Broadway Theatre, when down town oa
    opposition consideration. company,
    This bIg
    i it- Ing In Europe, has for several months horses, oxen or wagons in this cuntr. grounds and some of them are eight is the birthplace of the disease Inebriety, SeptamU-r 27.1847. as Sir Charles Cd
    opposition took sevea forms, ad'tere been engaged In writing a novel that Is which might be inferred from fat D. G. Andrews, of Christ Episcopal ten room cottages. a distinct from the habit of drunkenness. stream. In "Used Up." He a

    were at least t different views of expected to create a stir In literary and that grass and bushes are seen covering curch. at his residence in this city. Only few of tho houses are built of Here this malady has developed sooner his professional nume John Lester,and

    the fashionable circles. This Is sufficient t nearly the whole of Ashmun street,there was the old campigne logs and tho most of them are of boards, and more rapidly than elsewhere. Here having the good fortune to begin at the

    subject. start the publsher bidding against being only footpaths at the sides of the in Hartley Campbell's "Clo and some arc after the models furnishedin tj was first studied. Hero inebriate asy- top of the ladder illustrating to a cert

    On the one hand, the body o senators other for manuscrIpt All this Is streets for the use of pedestrians. The the original judge in "Kit the Arkansas books of suburban architecture. The lams were first establshe. Here total extent the assertion that good pat help

    resented bitterly the idea of ratifying another bit of notorietypays. only land highways leading out of the Traveler" a go many years ago. Capitol contains the Legislative halls, the abstinence societes for it was if they don't make good actors .

    any arbitration treaty. They held that First become notorious, then write town are the typical African fotpth. Miss Vislaire, was formerly a Treasury Department the Supreme Curt seen that here no half-way treat once a general favorite. He was tall,

    the a book. It does not matter what you Years ago, when several shplos member of Augnstin Daly's stock cm and the Department of Education. ment availed. No moderate use of with a strikingly handsome face
    right the United States the
    o t write about or how you write it the book of colonists were landed every yer pany, is a native of Mississippi ad a ited it to-dayand I found the Treasury is wise where climatic Influences have so beautiful eyes, and I manner

    waters acquired from Russia was beyond w16el.A Monrova.the town "'a more prosperous descendant of a well known southern much like a country bank consisting of acounter Intensified the feverish rus- of life to was a happy combination of grace

    question and that it would b a CURIOUS FAD. tha presnt. Tho colonists brought family. Her gadmothe. for whom running across a 10-by-12 rom which racial social and political factors and das*. He played In the Broadway

    cowardly surrender on the part of this During the epidemic dynamite cranks considerable money and many a large she was name. wa celebrated Iron bars ran from the front of the counter contribute. First, notice the extremes of Theatre in 1847-8 and '9 In the Captain

    the plain every-day cranks of the city house which they built is now tenantlesaand Princess of the houseof to the ceinz. and in the space behind thermal changes in our American climate of the Watch" "The Rivals." "Money.-

    government for i t consent to submit have been overlooked. New York Is full half buried under tropic climbEngplantspicturesque Josephine, wife of Napoleon. there was sae an Indian who take a related to this heightened nerve sensibility "Old Heads and Young Hearts," "Lon

    its right t the uncertain decision of of harmless cranks and the crankiness of the very to mo through a little hole over the ; and. second the Influence of the don Assurance," and .Fuhlon. Heplayed

    arbitrators. 'Attention was also some amounts almost to genius. I knowan hear of the town. There are about 8,0 New York Against CIaareUe. of the counter. The Legislature was not peculiar dry. electric quality of our atmosphere Osrlc In "

    fig the fact that one of the three old man who is a continued crank, but In the cpitl. which NEW YORK, March 10.-A petition in session but I took a look: Into the halls upon the nervous system of our In "Romeo and Juliet." Under Toot
    c t he has guarded his secret so well It Is narrow tongue lad between the Atlantic 1 and called upon Mr. Mays who has for people. Hamlio's management he played In the

    frig arbitrators who would really only known t a few of his most Intimate Ocean and the Mesurado River. Those big widely circulated in this city '. two terms served as the Chief of the The great extreme in thermal changesI : Bwer Theatre as Don Caesar,also In

    hod i thei hands the decision of friends. His specialty Is collecting news- famous btmen. the Krumen, carry passengers urging the passage of the bill intro Cherokee I found him in his executive : have seen In New England a range of Guardsmen" and Modus In*

    the questions at issue, would na be a subject paper clippings. He has been at work at ad crgo from tho steamers Into duced in the house of representativesand chamber on the second floor of the CapItol 125 degrees-from twenty-five below zero "The lunchback. Ha then dipped a

    of with which relations it for thirty years and he has a collectionof the river, for no steamship can cross the Ho Is a big, broad-shouldered man to 200 above In the shade. The year'srecor little and dramatd the
    a our the committee on
    are -per strained, more than 5.0 clippings. They include bar.The t ways 0 big head and an intelligent face in at Minnesota reads from thirty- Four Musketeers."

    Italy. A considerable number ming of senators every news and every sub stre. or factories a they are and means whereby on a ppr-wap which few signs of Indl:1 blood ar? to b blow t ninety-nine above, a range WlliLACK'S CONTINUOUS SUCCESS.
    i ject written about In the newspapers called, European traders, line the pod cigarettes there shall seen. of 133 dt reos. Even within twentyfourhours
    appeared believe that the b a a By this time he had become recognizedas
    t appr America and he has them carefully classified river bank, and across the river beyond collected internal of During my talk with him the question and in balmy regions Use Florida comedian of
    of the would and
    be $10
    treaty a distinct revenue the leading day.
    va and stored away In boxes made for Perseverance Island stretch of a p of the Cherokee Strip came up and he told tho glass has leaped from torrid heat to hi
    in the diplomatic battle, inasmuch handre 1.0. This petition, it i said, is frosty chill. accepted an engagement Burton's
    the A carefully prepared Index square miles of swamps, me that there was no doubt but that this
    a it committed Gr Britain t a recognition -, purse to find any which give the country Its reputation ofunhoalthfulness. by several wel known cia valuable piece of land would eventually No wonder then that the greatest fear Theatre, then in Chambers stret. where
    On the back and
    that the clpplnl the b he In 1S5U-51 joininghis
    o th ta Unit in the collection In a Behind the factories der. the sold, and ho evidently thought that of some is the atmosphere. They dread remaine. then 62
    had victims who have died fromcigarettesmoking what was
    St cam t I utes. The old man spends three to rises a ridge with a rather steep ascent Indians ought to b allowed to sell it to t face alike Arctic rigor or tropIc fr.and the known'A
    under Russian during the Wallack's Lyceum, at corner ot.
    w& sea -I four hours every day clipping newspapers and along this ridge where breezes from past yea the highest bidder. Said ho: "This strip get in the habit of staying even
    point which she heretofore and also a list of those who In weather of June and October. Brome street and Broadway. Tere
    b and adding to his collection. He is the sea mitigate the torrid heat and di- b contains over acres.and those are exquisite
    steadily refused to allow.A a come inspne. It expected that 6,0,0 with a continuity of prosperity, "
    the i th Rooms are made with double win .
    of the results of his thirty poison-Infected from fine lands the United States. smal
    third the proud years lut atmopher of bill by will a a lack's remained until 13C1 when the present
    thought passage
    party treaty work as a miner Is ot his gold,and he would te Monrovia was out in thi cngre It lies north of Oklahoma and west of the dows and list on dors. In winter a
    should not be approve finally without not sell his collection at any price. As a bra.swamp. streeU. Pigs wallow much decreasing cigarette Osagos and it is well watered and valu roaring lIre is in the cellar, another in the Star Theatre then known as Walack's !-

    the-addition renewing tem source of Information the value of his collection puddles In the chief thoroughfares, habit. _ able. J have received a number of oter grata. The difference between this hot, "'a built, and where the elder

    Indeed, there was ma- would be hard to and and goats and sheep graze everywhere. It Mills and Oulberson In Texas. for l it since I have been Chief dry. devitalized air within and the wintryair Wallack remained as manager until 1861.
    estmate. i at time Lester Wallack became
    general feeling of dappint Is a splendid Illustration scope is Impossible to photograph tlfc wholetown Kansas City firm would have given us without I sometimes eighty degrees, .whIc

    mont, growing out of the o th the modern newspaper as an encyclopediaof for it Is nearly hidden by big mango PARIS, March 10.-The question &t $,0,0 fort Another party offered us on an average Flxty degrees, while the ter manager Wallack,with, and his name where,change to L
    British government ,to accede and other trees. houses who carried this for senator difference of inside and out-
    general Informaton. Ask the old man Large of brick or county i 12,0,0. n third offer which we have temperature favorite, be continued until 1881. when
    reasonable request of this government for the any man or woman quarried stne. with verandas and wooden still muddled the votes polledare was $12,0,0. We may have to sell side an English home is twenty degrees. of friends built for him
    IB that and some senators .took the the street and I a the The relation of this to the nervousness of syndicate a new
    rpt of prominence during pat half cen- cocoa cast and the instruction given It to but if wo dove theatre at the corner of Thirteenth street
    pm. .
    the while the treaty might tury and he can give It to you in a mo- orange and lemon trees flourish ought to got a fair prico for it." people is apparent.The and

    safely be ratified by the senate, the administration ment. He has made a specialty of political gardens. Great tumbed-ow dwellings, fo the man having a majority, then This strip has nothing to do with this uniform brightness of American The Broadway.first Wallack's theatre which was

    should b instract. i news and sketches of pltcians. and lacking doors ar sn In almost Mr. Mills wi b instructed for. M. part of the Territory. The Nation owl skies favors evaporation. The Yankee Is opened in September 1855. with "The
    the event block the of the finest lands not plump and ru'Idy like his moist, solid
    o t' many of the dusty fled every monuments of more Hoge te representative, says some of the United Way to Get Married" embraced In Its
    the British Iovemment''to insure the in hid boxes may one day make Important prosperous days. They would give a very he shall be guided by, and States in the north-aster part of the British brother, but lean, ansular. wiry, the elder Wallack. John Lester.

    protection of during the cu of campaign material. gloomy impression if climbing plat that he will vote fo Mills. The Cal- Indian Territory. And from tho stage with 0 dry. elcctiloal skin. the Charles company MasonJohn Brougham.

    arbitration, vessels of the States THE MAN ABOUT TOWN. dinging to the crumbling walls, benson men claim that the vote in each rides which I have taken through their gas with his fingers and forotoilethe com Blake,Charles Walcott. Segulu.WUUalR_
    abould site offending without make them the most of I that not than ing storm by his neuralgic bofos. Hourly '
    every ve A descriptive phrase that Is much picturesque ruins precinct should be taken on instructionto country Judge more one- basso, and Keano.with Mrt. Buck- .
    regard to nationality.. abused and often misapplied Is .The The rsld.mce of the most prosperouscitizens the committeeman from that precinct, tenth of it is cultivated. Still It all seemsto observations were mode for five years by land, Lur/ Horn as leading lady, .

    They announced that if trouble re- man about town." Ho is supposed and the government bucng a and that a majority of the executive bo rich. I rode from Muskogee, the Captain Cutlln. United States Army and Miss Malvlna Pray now Mrs. W.J.

    ate from the adoption of this course, differ from other men but In what way t found In this highest part tw committee a thus instructed should biggest town of the Crock Nation, to the sufferer from traumatic neuralgia, in care Florence leader of the ballet. While
    prepared fully support the where Ashmun and Broad streets decide the the Arkansas liivor which we forded, and of Dr. MitchelL The relation of these &
    t New York Is the home of the "man." His ar intuction a to county. the elder Wallack continued appeai-
    administration in takng.all necessary name is legion but for the purpose of chief streets. On Brood street is Representative This wi b before the ex thence came on to Ft. Gibson, and by prognostic pains to barometric depressionand ances In the great roles with which his
    steps t give efet laws oft Hall, a stone structure, pint argae, cannot another stage dowu hero to Tahlequah. to the earth's magnetism was certi Is forever such as
    description, we will with him singly.
    Unt 'fo the protection of Study his picture dea you cannot fall to where Liberia's pan made. Right behind cided until they a Fry. b d Along the wholo way the soil was fertile. fe National beyond doubt Academy, and was of Science.reported diet fame, Shylock, Idonlfed.. BO on. 11n&ater' ...

    Representative Is Government There wore great plains covered with
    recognize him when you meet him. His Hl. new parts season after seasou
    After a hour's discussion, the treaty parade ground la upper Broadway;*hIshaant Square, full of palm mango trees, and The Democratic Wigwam. luxuriant gross, and the ride was more Even animals in the Sacramento Valley create Hue of romantic comndy. In the '.
    the committee oa foreign containing a statue of the Rev. Elijah like one through n well-kept English and on the Paclllo coast are unusually Irritable "Count Boaville In "
    t the hotels that Itot
    re along thorough- CHICAGO, March 10.-The plans of the are: Paulu.
    while the north desert winds are
    Johnson, founder of the city. This is the park than through a the debilitated cousin Iu f
    Is not riser and
    rtos. an early cannotbe half-sete
    Mewhe. the interest of senators found until the middle of the after only statue of which Monrovia can yet wigwam t accommodate the Demo Indian reservation. It Is blowing and while electricity, seeking with Miss Ken as Lady

    b ty aroused, and it is probable noon. In dress he Is a walking fashion boast. On Ashmun street Is the MansionHouse I cratic national convention were finally throughout these civilized Nations. All going t and from the 10use' and Brougham at Sir Leicester

    the document is a large square building once occupied along from Texas to Kansas, you see rich .
    tt. reported plate, and his English walking stick Is adopted by the local arrangements committee Fruits, foliage and grass toward the ; Lord Fipley in Boucicault'd"Love
    the committee the by the post office but farms fat and thero are a numberot "
    strugglewill carried at an angle that Is absolutely department catte. and Money;
    and forwarded to the national wind shrivels. Jets of lightning Iu
    be renewed at the point where itclosed. Ho Is never alone, and is usually now the official residence prldeat very the biggest of which is the rocks and sometimes appear in Brou ham'8 "Game of prtor
    crrect Churches, of various for approval. With Muskogoe, with its people. You see on on one's I
    of group of friends. You are denomInaton 1f cmitt th 2,5 Morton in "Night and Morn-
    cnter I walking The heart beats foster In lulwer's
    New from Congress. Introuce and he accepts your assurance their bell towers skywar. be cntempat and a little also great stretches unoccupied land, New stck. in London, and faster Ing;" .In "Elopement, In (( I

    WASHINGTON, thespeaker pleasure you feel, as a matter Jail enough for against the i accommodate over and these Indian nations have curious In the Western altitudes. "I st1 High Life;" Paul Weldon. In Br>, K Wen of He tells story well and bet law. Looking down Ashmun street, persons. The frontage,on Michigan regulations in regard to their lands. Every can "Game of Love;" Budoo'<*X '
    ca, hu t' & ter cure.still, he knows how to listen well while toward the sea.the top of the lighthousela avenue is S feet and the depth 250 Cherokee has the right to as much land a more here. sold Newman Hall,"of London petit comedy of ..Dukt Rlcar '
    "I feel It finger's end. Jumpbrey"u'nero
    noon the?! w not. more than 150 others tell stories. He Is well Informedon seen above the tree tops the wonderu feet. In appaanc the Wigwam he con use, and he can hold all the land he Climate; helps t my to tremendous "with Mrs. Hoey Bl AJnes; AiUr

    members present and the galleries did every The latest and lghthou which many sea say will b bx of bright fences in. provided he cultivates It. He train heart and brain.put a In Lelaud'a comedy lt'
    gossip sabject with scnda. pass the dark without noticing. I lumber a few holes it, but the has also the right to a quarter of a mile of on Talmage truly of Man Badger In .Tne Poor ol New
    contain than the usual "We born in ;
    more audi live
    repat aro a hurry, in
    D ha been likened to a which it interior arrangements are declared land for grazing outside the fences all say "JosJ.sBrown
    ner of knows all cgar. York Randal McGregor. In
    On t ;
    motion Mr. McMillin die In and
    e of Ten- abut sad resemble, both and In the be admirable. It js expected the around his farm and some of these Indians a harr are driven to "
    OMsee, the ho went into a committeeo&the it. He knows a good thing t of lllumlnalton i hal Greenwood on !I" The perpetual ; Arthur Morris, In HulbuJ*
    dispenses. will be built and ready to receive its have big estates. "
    the bills. next days races and he Is posted on the of this accelerated "Americans In Paris; Frank Hawthorn,
    upon revenue of the latest attractions. Ever few days little fet of canoes, tenor decorations by Juno 1. The farms bore range all the way from play nervous energy in Falconer's "Men of the Day" Tom
    mount of Georgia merIt theatric As a rough,a neurotic ten-
    designated u .
    bing' by natives of country, or Liberian 160 acres to l&OOO acres and many of the 1 exaatng. "
    Passion Felix
    the presiding officer.As Is the life of I and men and women on Deter, in the "Ruling ;
    planters make their down the I Singular Coincidence. farms managed by white who I "
    way are
    but he Is rude meq in Friend
    Mr. MftMiflati the party, never or obtrusive. A the of Fealherly, Everyby's ;
    arose to make the verge physical cannot
    first speech of the tariff discussion a Ho Is personally acquainted with river bank at MonrovL They bring their NE YORK, March 10.-The coincidence get in her by marrying Cherokee wIves I afford to add the stimulus bankruptcy of intoxicants.Argonaut. Manuel in the a Poor
    all the prima donnas In town and If you agricultural prout sae. Saturday There are about 25,000 Cherokees but the .. Young Man;" and Tom Dexter la TomTaylor's
    carnation the, of two funerals of Smiths who
    pink, Springer emblem Is ;
    would like an Introduction he Is positive a busy day the merchants whites have so mixed with them that the Overland Bout? Then com* jj
    adorned his coat, and he looked prouder who can hardly attend to all the though unacquainted with each other full-blooded Indians have died
    and handsomer he can arrange It and I will be a great practically Why Mr. Sala, Has A Head of Hair the parlor comedies of and
    than ever before. pleasure for him to do Drinks are ordered crowd of haggling negroes, who will argue died at nearly the same hour of the out, and the Cherokee Nation is more Touching baldness, I have two little also contributions from IobrtBD. all ,
    for hours to get a few cents more for their white than Indian I poln
    SPRINGER and he says to the barkeeper "A same day, on the same street, at am stoppingat stories to tell, one relating to a curious of which Mr. Wallack made pronounced ,
    produce. Mr. J. Buttlkofer, who has tea fair hotel and Indian
    UR HOPEFULB usual r' He is well known there and recently a very here an
    written age, and were buried at the personal experience. Being at Havana in successes.
    a very Interesting book sar editor and Indian both
    drink Is a mlxar fit for men or gods. on of the day occurred in an physician grad- 18641 had the yellow fever and being WAIJiACK AH AUTHOR.
    Close: the occasionally
    e&. '.ru D.b.t Do you see the town? He knows Lbra says the householders in Mon sm uates of Eastern Universites. sit down delirious A
    Brooklyn. during a -
    t protracted In he voluminous author
    fact was a more
    !. too Hoot. beef on the hoof In fashion. with me at the only signof
    every nook corer from the Batteryto One day he novo Charles Smith of 612 Lenten street tble. convalescence tho Spanish medicos shaved than la generally known. In 1854 he ,
    saw a man a Indian blood Is their
    WASHINGTON, March 10. -With a Harlem. He'talks entertainingly on up sub died last of high my head and favored me with
    a or
    early on Wednesday appo- wrote a comedy called "Two to
    scription signer cheek bones and talk eomtort One
    agreed they
    mile 'Mr. said "I all subjects and when conversation lags Ilt Eh t te while from Engish. ble nigthcap of pounded ice. I "
    Springer in
    : expect t so many beef at twelve nlexy coming a wedng. and are dressed in the same wa the Xings Visit which Bothers .
    he recite In
    get well i time t make t last speech Drinks ca are ordered a again charming and again manner.and hal cents a pound. It did not take long Mrs. Annie Smith died a tim clothes you find on Broadway. Te Hon. time well gettnl gray hair and bold.allowed When I got Mr.Stwart.played Louis XIV.
    later at 269 Lormer street of stomach my was to grow Later he Impressions:thea"TheVeteran"in
    of the still living bullock. Mr. of
    In the
    tariff. Following soon after he always takes the same. His manner Is t a Dush'hea. one prom
    O 1 Smith again It thick and black and has
    country. where there Is no tube was 73 years old and aPi. inent statesmen, who grew which his fatherplayed ,
    many enterprising with exceeding animated. He l Is Interested In everybody war Ic t not much changed. either In hue In
    the Mrs. Smith was also 73 years or tex Colonel Delmar.Lester being the 'r
    papr preserve meat trade can has been several times Chief of the Nation, L
    and bores him. buther's
    bad taste,have his everthing. in b comes from old New York ture,since then. Tho question to resolveIs with Mrs.John Canon. >
    obituary this
    on way risk. a and who is intelligent Hoy Mar Ir
    withot any
    Tell poor and he wl laugh at it carrie a a whit whether It will be worth while !
    this statement o things i a strong and his laughter will \ the genuine rivers are shallowand car family. _ man In the Territory, tells me lt the yellow fever in order to t have Vernon. and Mrs. the to {
    prevent In such the then unprecedented
    a success as assure
    ry comparatively little water to the white have Cherokee
    tribute and will be ring about I.QUR sea. for Palmer Expected.JERSXYVZLLK men marre o'd age. head being either
    t h W pwer They would be navigable for steamers ItractloD within the lat years and that there your as white run of sixty-six night
    greeted thughot thecountry. SLEEPING PLACES. His. March 1 as the face of L'Enfant Prodigue In the He fond playing IB
    was particularly
    only of the lightest draught. to.-Th are white men In this part of the ;
    Mr.Gerry's Children Society Is going to barthe way a little inland. Ctat congressional central committee of this, Territory.2,0 Many of the Cherokee men play, or "a bald a a bladder of lard" "Eosedale" which was also written by
    BnrcUrVla Bibb. put a stop to children going on the stage.The Paul river,where the colonists are 8t the twelfth district met at Jacksonville marry white girls and just here I would when the charity boy had him. In romantic comedy and romantic j
    first to receive their attention were alphabet he gravely doubted whether melodrama Lester Wallack was one of the
    thickly settled, navigation Is Interrupted say that I find Indian girls here who are I
    MAOOK,Ga., March to.-Atl o'clock the little girls who play on the state of twenty miles from the coast. The longest and selected Jerseyville a the well educated and good was worth while to go through s much best actors ever seen. However successful t ,

    \t night, a man supposed t white, 'j the Garden Theatre in "La for stretch of navigable water is in South Li place and May 3 &the time for holding There are about 4.000 housekeeprs order to learn so little. he may have been as a lover In prvt

    '. wearing a mask, fo'the front ten minutes every night and earn five bra, on the Cavally River, which is for the next The representation in farming and they have about Another story about calvlty I came life, his love-making on the & .,
    I dollars a These girls are well paid cnvnton 70,0 .cros In a queer old book called "The always He never eeemed In f
    wek. miles for
    a highway head of
    window Colonel canoes. Along that of two 100,000 hogs and farcca
    i sity
    o Ia Hem' and well cared for. Their work Is a real river Bishop Taylor boa w b sme a 1 cate. excellent cotton 13.0 Present State of Russia,"written In 1671 earnest. always a dresser, 4'
    a The sentiment horcs. wa go
    in Yineville, the room them and their parents plant years prevailing 1elds by one Dr. Collins. That ualf-crazy fine J
    fc pleasure t ne chain of his mission stations. Thes Democrats that and they raise more than a bale brut. exhibiting taste, ey
    : Eardeman and stole the money, but Mr. Gerry's agents rv- among present was the Czar Ivan Vacilovicb, once excessively 't
    such afford a for color. Although
    0 K Ebt ers, a they are, as yet the seth county in this district would instruct acre.-Frank G. Carpenter in Cincinnati
    a pocketbook containing $40. He then big advertisement for the Society makIng commercial highways. Along this bank Palmer for at their Enqui rer. _ _ moment of drunken caprice for a noble j natured, polite,courteous and affable la a :
    entered Mrs. room a great to do over saving the little the Liberian farmer ha cleared the timber fo president man of Ka'jan. who was called "Pies- marked degree, be believed la dlscpUe
    conventions. "
    where she Ia Haema's were, ones from tho corrupting Influences of and planted his orchards of lemon county Hew He Enjoyed It I heare the bald. But the Czar's secretary SOME PZBSOXAIi DATA. ,

    asleep. She awok at.which the but the stage. Down on Newspaper Row are and orange trees and his fields of coffee End of a Tragedj. "Did you enjoy the sermon this morIn blunderingly wrote for "Polerat. Mr. Wallace grew gray early.. He bad
    of little mites of
    153 bald
    scores boys
    rlar ragged, and sugar. He loads the of his farm ?" asked the last pates. r and
    M. pistl from frt landlady Sunday ofthe of Kasan a head of beautiful hair, soft whit i
    hungry and homeless. LOWELL Mass. March 10. Edward could
    into his get together seventy
    the it at he and highly prized cno and paddles star boarder. which for years he dyed a beastly, plraU
    told her be would her he a Two of these mites of lads met InUbe down the river to Monrovia or the other S Drew, who shot his own wife dead "Oh. yes very much he replied or eighty bald-headed Russians, whom he cal, fiendish black, and
    k i
    City Hall park one day last week when the dispatched to
    noise. coast settlements. Some of the Moscow promising to send
    ,, plantersare and then shot himself last Sunday, promptly."What spectacle of an old man trying to look
    Just then one o.fthe children ground was covered with snow and a bIt quite well to do, and their amply furnished i was the text?" I the balance at an early date. Ivan the It bo chanced that be played
    dead. Before Drew admitted young.
    ter cold wind
    wok blowing. terrible
    up and began scream, at was homes show that they enjoy the h di "I don't know." being happily In a good temper with Bocklt the part of an old gentleman
    t "HI Bill where that he shot his did not
    burglar made h escape, taking the the smallest, ye one.sloepln ternlghtr'akd cmfor and some of the luure of life. the cause of the bt between stat. "Why Mr.Chinkley, how could you enJoy aw the drunk joke and "having made the baldheads In "My Awful Dad," which necessitated .

    pistol with him. Mot them however, ar leading the sermon if you didn't know the for three days, sent them his wearing a white wig. The universal '
    it "
    Want de bunk bller gratn'mo "In Tooater aley. the lives of pioneers, still waging wrar JO, i supposed, prompted th text" borne agaI .-George Augustus Sala. exclamation. "How beautiful,** doubtleSS

    A.Chicago n "Yes'a ash Is with savage nature In a land c wan't there, Mrs. Bifstake; plea suggested the thought that nature bad '
    no good des '
    : 10. nights." brel and fruitful but rather hard to subdue t Accidentally Sbot pass me tho butter."-Detroit Free Pr.. Twenty-Four lour Behind Time. provided him with Just such aa adorn ,

    eCAo H 197 "All right, I turns In at ten." civilized uses. In the towns, also,there VILLA RIGA, March 10.-A son "Now Wiie." said Clara, "run out and ment If he would kindly allow It to hays
    a a Michigan street no prevailing air of generous well-being G. play Its for star alnee that time he -
    Hero wore two boys under ten Too Late Then. ther's a good little 1 expect own way
    I destroyed by fire, causing a loss of who had never known any homo except years amon.. the pple. and not a few of the of Mr. James Knight, living on Dr. though ministers have Mr. Brindle shortly. and I 'by. t try the appeared In his own proper color, with
    $125.000. the best support only scant- Brown's farm near here was accidentally preaohed and poets effect of the exception of his moustache which be
    r principal firmsoccupying the streets. That night they shared the ar t sung my new gon n on him. black and which at

    t building wer the Chicago warm grating over a boiler room becauseit furnished homes.-odthwate's Geographical shot-and died from the woud His This mAz'ra trlto. what boots I t be told "You're too late sla"reple Wile.withtriumphant times persisted, being In dying neglected,was parti-colored

    S company, AmericanVruit was too cold to sleep In ash barrels Mane. run was up 0 the shel ad flat ail our beat days come when we are a eye. and a dead-give-away. All Lester Wal

    company, th Costello company, There I no society to take care of their for it, and pulling te muzzle toward young? oed yesterday while you were out and lack bad to do, was to be natural; beauty :

    : chocolate muau and G' morals. Two attorneys at St. Mo, whoa him i find. He about 14 yens W. asver Had It out till we a old brought out the w hole rig and U \e Inherited.JOSEPH
    .0ph 0
    i.. -- CURTIS KIXQLAKB. retained associates Inigainst! In buslne.hve both been -- Judge, ts him. -o&v W HOWABD. Jx.

    Million Dollar In Coin.M. fate
    A The Mniatlons of Royalty.In For One 1. HI. Life. .- .
    Co..lderale )!BK et Br *v Vaeea.
    .Stepannl proposes to erect a Mor onA of "Uncle Bemus'a" stories The Chicago o Tribune says- perhaps Mother-How did your face get that Very Embarrassing. A BaehcUi's K\,nt. Citizen-These ignorant
    , ish the pac at the. Word', F&r.proposesto rhyme 8rer Fox; and Brer nbblt" occurs tn. truly-that a minister lately pus in strained aoniz look in your photograph Sverl laie were sitting together on A bailor's room that I sW i f nvlishedloa iliouIJ not be allowed to Tote.
    whic the midst of Ms discourse, balcony a Southport hotel the other
    f exhibit in this & $1,000.000 In "Dlt here wort' goes roun aa' roan termined that for the de ? light hurt your eyes? night when the I stylo that to mt i entirety Statesman-That's just what I was 4
    more thoughtful
    :jk J gold coin 1nonepIl.as1ghtwMcI he b And some goes up and Borne goes down." of his hearers should not suffer for Small Son-No, ma'z The man tolo somewhat hidden moon, although tal. was i new. It it a l bedroom, bathroom, dressing thinkin.' Half of'em look so much alike

    .1.>! Haves nearly every visitor will want to The couplet Is recalled by Emperor their good behavior. me t try and kept an'I did.-GooJNews. little fellow by clouds. natty rom, and sitting room combined.The I can't tell which one I've given $3 bills
    f Of course great precautions will William's reference to Napoleon the Great came twa the group and aide of tho *
    "There wer five or six persons In the said first three occupy one to, an which ones I haven't.-Puck.
    'e softly:
    such ,
    for the safety great a Corsican parvenu. When Freder congregation If I mistake not" he said ,darling, whereuponnil aro partitioned off from
    :t will be In a strong cage and. Mr.Stepannl ick Elector of Bramleuburgh In 1701. assumed mildly, .who did not tuiu their heads Her Feint tf Vl.w. the young ladies up and came room. They .however and eachis
    Says Just under the gold will b constructed the title of King of Prussia Louli Do think toward hun jup one another, .
    when the door opened Just now. For you that monkeys can one Seeking InforautUm at Headqwaf Isr0.
    eer of
    a fire and burglar nut XIV.then nearing tho end of his their benefit I that the sexloohas taught talk 7" he L and away with her.sle furnished with a pr cur- "Now
    11' evenUU wi stat t walkP other you never smell the ofj
    % of this will ukd Te somewhatin
    To the doors reign on the French tbronn tains. The
    Vul b cect wnrarob i
    t r.'. electrlo w In a rl'gnlz such "upstart royalty.rfus'Jhi t just to come the ventilation.purpose lie in attiredIn of attending "I never put the question, that way,5cbs bnde st afterward down and told their respective the form of a cbinet. with shelves for liquor on my breath,* said the jouns

    !, tempt t rb palace my gar will was not yet two hundre years ago black and wears a ratch over replied.MI always wondered fmc that it was "too riilicoloas books and ornaments on each side. It is clergyman, expostulating with Staggers;
    r the' pile the descendant plan whether they taught not to.*_ ; for anything,"and that for whL
    I' press a electric buttn. "pstt" no* one eye. I remark, fourthly, that tbji ou1 b they neve: walnut like the real of the fninltis -e. Ws bibulous propensities. No; |
    - will fall into the the don will corns the Idea of a without Washington w';s embarrassed in the whole do do w l
    vault mon&oh I clause In the text etc. t Post course j I The walls dark Miaa lie t tj you for it?asked Staggers.
    i Young People. kingly pedlgr**. of iieir are |ll,
    4" .pnS ahut"-Harpr' --. -_ -Birmingham- (A Ag. ----- -. lives.Sheffield[ Telegraph, in Pall Mal r-. deep interest South Australian CoreftrCl ?
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