Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
September 23, 1892
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
29.947222 x -82.108056


The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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agree now. You're pledged yourself. Do Aad sing ne sweetly as the mgtm.igam; suppose I have done that same barrel: had been kicked from under him, SLUM'8 'SONO. -:- 1.
A-DARK rou-regift it?" she asked, and Bay that he frown, I'll say his looks I view
SECRET rising As .. Amid ten or a dozen times. I never and Mr. Slade was no more. :
morning ro ea nenly lipped with dew.
herself The mill !
drawing to her full height. toiling slowly
up As morning roses tipped-- And understand him at such times. He "That is the of the execution, arud
was by her side in moment. stor With steady and solemn
I "By heaven. no!" I I both "Mr. Dudley!" exclaimed an almost What not after any one with deadly intent. and a singular one was." ce.
seizing And little hears ia the ;
Ler Lands, wLile gazed into her Ire ithlcss voice beside me. seemed to be seized with a During the recital of these my one kid Bound
aces, .
I sting The voice of the old mill
tho.e unfathomable eyos, in whose ceased singing nnd stood stl passion, which he could not con- events Senator Sanders seemed to forget tk;

dubky depths I longed to find-I know "Please"walk on slowly; I speak Some ; He was recognized leader of his surroundings and to be living over While round and round those big white

: The Story of a Tragic not The intense"hat. But I discovered nothing. with It was you.Edna Lyiiton. Sad ghs, and had about a dozen satel- again the scenes which he was depictingto wig .
ranisLeJ as quickly I offered her mj- arm, but she declined. We always on hand to do his bidding. his interested listeners.-Commercial Grimly ghostlike creep.
? Life Drama. it and came merriment., to be succeeded by one of fun "Hay I ask you something-something diversion of theirs was to dash Gazette. My little one hears that the old mill sings J

"You're undoubtedly handsome that-I wish very much to know?" Some the mountainside from their cabin "Sleep, little tulip, aepr'Te !
1 Jack!" she exclaimed. very "Of ODurse: you may." With loae up at the first convenient A Friend.A sails are reefed and the nets are drawn,

, "Am I?" I asked absently. curiosity"And you on wi part not? think You will it mere not mis idle Who proceed to some house of London paper offered a prize for the And, over his pot of beer

,: CY E. M. DAVY. not"WLy been, of would course I you?" are! I yon had judge-" my all the time getting drunker best definition of a friend. This definition The fisher, against the morrow's dawn
Sbo said EO more.- Her hands "I will answer to the best of my ability (. In the morning, when the gained the prize: Lustily maketh cheer;

r; closely locked in mine. Our met.were any question you may put. As to imputing Borne citizens got up, they would sec The first person who come in when Hemccks at the winds that along .

rlJ.l'JElt'ICortinuert.. The opening and quick lips of tin to you an unworthy motive, I think of logs, not one left standing, and the whole world goes out. From the cpr
shutting deep,
; "Iiinte alrca.iy told rou" she paid, door behind you should know me I little better thanto of and The far-f
ina startled Georgie shivering crying women. following are some of the best But we.we thair lullaby'sons
8'h.t( Lad attack of brain fear that.
Gcorgio a severe
I fever afler her ether's unhappy death two pu"It"he
1 year Rpo.:': lie was thrown from his' cried. was"She Edna. Howanno'ingl"! she greave, Mr. Dudley? The principal pastime of this lawless A bank of credit on which we can .

\ horse-:in the hunting field. She was Jutk, if you Imw-Im sure such she saw. Ab, now it was coming 1 I must take TWI draw supplies of condolence, counsel, Shaggy 01 Frit in slumber sound. ..

t present. She saw; it. That will account again I will not marry 0 thing tellall caro. Georgie! particularly wished that We morning, after we had organ sympathy,'help and love. Mon te stony mart;
to you for-for-jou undc-rtnnd-the jou. Sbe'l Edna should not. be told our secret, and One who considers need before Tc-oroW how proudly hel.trot you
I over tho place what sha just our court, news came that Mr. my my
I terrible shocOt to her uerves. :My dear somehow I felt it would be extremely around
bnehand! only feco erert consciousness! seen. awkward to tell her myself. and his chosen friends had spent deserving. "
"Not she. The Hitched to our new milk cart!
I ie Alliance
of the
i t half' an hour before be died. lie wished "Since last !Saturday weak. I believe at a disreputable house, and in three great
then to alter his will lIe feared that his "She will,"1 say. Scrnmts always tak my acquaintance with her began tbe same destroyed it usual. We powers, Love, Sympathy and Help. And you shall help ma blanket the kn.,, t _

I i daughter-so beautiful, eo charming: and gossip. day as your own." This question at any Who Marshal with instructions a to ar One who understands our silence. And fold the gentle sheep,

! Client fall pray to fortune-hunters. "I'm sure she" won't. She is the very rate, was eisily replied to. and bring him to court. In A jewel, whoso luster the strong acids And set the herring a-soak in brine;

I "To a\od: nil chance of this! he left soul" of honor I asserted warmly. "But she is-your cousin?" of poverty and misfortune cannot dim. But now, little tulip, sleep.A .
And both Slade
\ny one would knew hci they appeared.
suppose you
everything to me, conjuring me with hs: "Xo. tme
! ... dying I:reath to hold it in trust for her- letter than I do to bear jou speak so con. .She is not re-Intel to yon?" With enough, and very gentlemanly. One who. smiles on our fortunes, Dream-Oaa comes to button the eyes

to devote my life to watch over nnd guard I will not have pur engaRementknown "Xot in the very least. Has some one hearing the case, the Court im frowns on our faults, sympathizes with That wearily droop and blink.

3! Ler. Her illness was terrible; the results iu a pla3 like thin, where people told you to?" a fine of $25, which was cheer our sorrows, weep at our bereavements While the old buffets the frowningskies

t lasted Ions. The physiciaui ordered watch and pry and chatter. I'd rather "Yes. But I have begun to doubt it, or paid by the defendant, and ho de and u 0 safe at all times of m
t constant change of scene and the utmost d(ny it-a thousand times! But come, would not have come hero to meet you The trouble. I
let us forget this," she added, inviting all to come and have And scolds at the that wink
4 I had I to tell that Saturday Or stan ;
quietude. rromised-d: helping lghty. now. came you -on One who the of the
I me-to devote my life to her, and, according and seating herself at the fhe -I entered the sitting-room to bring ,Not long after that Slade was having gained top I, Over your face the misty wig

to my light, I have kept that poured out such 0 flood of melody that something I bad forgoten. and saw-I before us, charged with the same ladder, won't forget you if you remain Of thst beautiful sweep

faithfull ." for the lime nil remembrance of the unfortunite ? This time the fine doubled at the bottom. .
i promise saw-jou was And rocking: your cradle, she softly sings:
l She leaned back in her their, breath. COT:trctenip8 was banished from "What dp 'you mean? Why do you The with the same degree of alac- One who in prosperity does not toady little tulip, sleep?'

" ing with apparent pain apd difficulty, and my mind. Epeak of this?" I asked making an insane No i; which had marked the previous you, in adversity assists you, in sicknessnurses I .leep Eugene Field. ..
At late hour thit
I I hal her do before- a night I went to to
preying as seen laugh. and after death marries
attempt Nor Slade did not to you your
Dr. Gaecoigne's He had returned.It seem profit .
her hand tightly to her sIde I regarded "Because what I saw should not have
widow and for chil
t her with compassion. It seemed to me was more than a week since we bad met, been, unless-" lessons, for he was frequently your provides your PITH AND POINT.

:, the tank: she Lad undertaken was quite and we settled ow for a comfortable "Edna!" The us, and was each time fined a sum dren.The

beyond her strength; the responsibility smoke. "Don't. Please don't make it more dif- : that of the preceding levy. holly of life, whose qualities are _

[ weighed too heavily on a mind that, perhaps He placed the whisky bottle before me, ficult for me. Ob the paiu of it-the With occasion when the fine had overshadowed in the summer of pros j'Born leaders of men"-.Women.-

1 never very strong, h at now become and willing to forget for one night atlea..t pain of it. I was about to ay-when you And one perity, but blossom forth i the winter Puck.
the future abnegation to whi h I the sum of $400 Mr. Slade said
; warped by a kind of re'igiou* mania: stopped-that what I saw should not of
bal uncons iously bound m self, I pouredout not that amount with him but i adversity. The world owes a living but ithasn't
, with which, I confess, I hal little sym- > Lave been unless-unless there is more He who does not adhere the u ,
Thus i saying
; path But I pitied the woman,and would probably lather more my usual between you and Miss Hargreave than-** bring it in the next time he came t yet authorized anybody to aetttledebts
J help her if I could. moderate allowance.: We had Lad 0 very I kept silence. For some seconds we !?ome He acknowledged our that No. 1 should come of that
good dinner in X 0. 29, but as be Until power, A watch which beats true for all time kind.-Puck
i "Mrs. IIargrca\o"I said, going close may sup walked on thus. I was in a false position for he .
to her, "3'ou must not allow this muse of posed there was nothing in the shape of I could not defend myself without comlossin care money, a was a and never "runs down." Conundrums submitted for the Post'sgold
: wine. The Lector; and I had not been made it easily. Well, he came eigle prize: What makes a coach
responsibility to trouble An insurance
you any the truth and tbat I mutt not do against misanthropy.
t' I am here to sh re it with you. By and sitting together long when out of the fullness "Please answer rue," at length she several times alter that, but did An eartbly minister of heavenly- hap dog spotted The spots.-Boston Post.
;, by I will take it all on shoulder of my Leait I spoke. to $400. was not in his ,
mjown "Do to her? pay I makes how ambitious
pica-led. J'ouish mairy no
Ih "Gascoigne, I said suddenly, "I want I dierence
-. Would that day were come! to remain and he
t. -It is nearer than think rou to be the first to congratulate me. II "You are rigLt-as you always"are. I long quiet, soon friend is like ivy-the greater the a man be to ; season he can
you should not have been unless- in trouble for like
,;1 she said, turning on me her weary fn ed- is a profound secret at present. I am wi'l not ask her ? You a ofence. ruin, the closer he clings. endure being "thrown into the shade."
sure will keep it so, but I am engagedto Mlnt jou yet A brought him t : -Boston Courier.She .
looking e 'el. "Dr. Gascoigue tells me not-could not-Le so rash! A One who to himsel i true and there
the Lnndsoinest and charming which was a portion of a
! I nm a dying woman. hut, remember, marry few She is groceiy fore must be packed a trunk with '
days' acquaintance only so you.
!; not a word of this to my dl\1Jghter-" girl in England. Wish me jO)'. beautiful. I can imagine a man admir- I I with barrels of flour and grain The same to-day, the same tomorrow And took it to the shore fane. gwn i

1 I felt awed-almost as though I were "II-.s it already come to this? Haven'tyou her immensely. But must take I the floor and bacon and hams sus- But when the damp stck that trunk -i

. even then in thr -;.tesenee of death. been rather Irecipiatc. my friend?" .ng ime to make quite sure you you love her and from rafters. We used soap either i prosperity, adversity orsorrow. Those flannels were no more. I took her Land it ho asked, taking pipe his mouth -Life:
I just touching reverently she is-worthy of love. Promise instead of chairs and were not a
your ,
end shaking out some of the ashes on a One who combines for alike the .
\ with "Trust
my lips. me. Command lou will take time-only promise you imposing Mr. Slade you Shmson-"lly Clara is an awfully
jf me. I will do nil I can for troy besidn lAm.Thee's assemblage. and benefits society and soli-
jou. will (take time! pleasures delicate girl she can't stand
in and stood any
old Scotch
I said with emotion. an proverb 'flappy's peaceably enough,
some And this from Edna six "
"I do. I will. I look it that the the wooing tbt.. s a short time a- Lynton who while the Court directed the Mar- tude.One thing. 3Irs. Vpa Blumer "Neithercan
upon doing.' We'roery near (Scotland Leie years before, had coldly, Learllessly: who act a a balance in-the seesaw Maude. She on a sailor! hat
Almighty has sent you in answer to my after encouraging love, refused itl! read the warrant. As the Mar my put
1 prayers. Now leavo me, )jr. Dudley; I Doctor," I answered, laughing. _"But* Women are indeed strange my beings whom ) out the document Slade, quick of life. the other day, and it made her seasick."

.-' need rest. nut jon: us at luncheon; it is Doruo, YOU haTe net ct ratnlated me we poor men strive in vain sometimes at him and jerked it One who guards another's interest ai -Cloak Review. 4
absolutely that I should all "Are you sure the step jou are taking sprang his and neither
sacredly as
necessary see understand. own
will add to happiness?" to his hands, at the same time level- .fatter Jones-"Why on earth do you
bief '
I can cf you in the ; time left me. I your tlo exact this from : 1 : nor deceives. ; oie
must assure: mytclf by cloFestservation "My dear fellow] it seems to me I never Why you rromise I revolver at the heart of his Honor. such a large reward fir the
? I asked and stood still. We .
me gently, A nineteenth
"I knew tho of the woi J. [ all done in second and the century rarity. that horrid
that I aui resigning Ler father'streasure meaiJug Happiness had reached tho lodge I a six yapping, mapping curl
gates as saw by
One who tell fault
into worthy Lands." ? Im iutoicntelith it. She is the faint glimmer of the lamps above. henchmen of the tough had also wi you your Brown VTo please my wife." Jones.

4 And I went out from her presence j jasl ai'orubls: bowitching, love- iLcin. "Am I to LeJe\'e that at last you ; I their pistols at the same time. and follies prosperity and assist you "But such a large reward will be sure
4. more happy: Rna confident than I hid entered provoking piect of womankind I over en- whether I mis I with his hand and heart in adversity.One .
cara happy or said Slade him back.
I' rLle- Mr. I am about tired bring Brown-"Oh, no;
touutercJ. wish to God I could I t
it-at the same time mOl'ellzzled, marry "Believe what like but wait. : truer to me than I am to myself.
yon ; business. I won't. He's dead. I drowned
not to be him
Ltr t I not Li\e long to am going
I more : mazed. O-Iorro.\ "hol And with her hand mine : i ; .
j on standing "
wait, though I confidently.There any more, and I am not going myself. .
out in the fog and darkness of that -
CUAPTKU 'VI!. was a pause. It was very iiri- thee authority, nor shall I Color in tho H man Yo1c.A '.
, cold Xovember night, I jromiKed what "Yes your An estimable but unbealhy lady who
T-m THE COXGBATUULTIOXS ARE JCOT tating to me when I looked across to ,
I" / 'DOCOR'S Hascoigne, to fee him trifling with she asked-tbat I woula do nothing "I $400. I shall hold you per- novel entertainment was held at the is taking the water Saratoga was describing -

\ : I COKDliL.It sti lasLl.v, that. I would take time to consider responsible for my personal safety, Drexel Instftuto Philadelphia a the to friend and
. -. was arranged that for the present Ishould ;Lo ishes fallen from pipe, and apparently offs .feW symptom a ,
; -# live at Glendale] House, going for absorbed in contemplation oficru. things, amid wait. Her face I coulclnot see, any of your committee attempts evening since for the benefit of the wishing t explain that she first visited
but her bond trembled, and I know she
; a few hour daily to Coaltown to attend moved. We benefit me I will blow your heart fresh air fund. Professor D. the bath and afterward took her glass of
was strangely separated down."I
to duties at the bank. also "I wish you'd speak" I exclaimed im.
F. niy I was within the gates. There was a sob in S. Holman teliveredalectureon "Some mineral water at the spring, she said:

decided that the engagement between oatienlr. her VOKO as she said good-night. of the he was speaking I was think- Effects of Light and Sound Waves, "My dear, the treatment is very simple.
f Miss llnrgieave and myself should be full at me. His
secret. graver le paler too than usual.! "I con- I walked very slowly up the avenue and, before he had 4concluded, demonstrating with the aid of an instru- You take your bath first and drink the
kept after this. What did she mean? Why turned and walked ment known the phoneidoscope the water afterward." Texas
een toll Edna, paid Geor ie, ;ratul-ite: no one on such; occas'ons, he out, as i a SiCting.
: should she concern herself in affairs?
t that first afternoon of bliss, as uiy). botrothed jaid: letting his words fall slowly. "In Was it possible the knew my anything "and of something else. I walkel lights and shadows of musical sounds, "Are you a engineer i'*
and I sat the firo Mrs. HarI : marriage, which Las more than assisted the vocal talent of Miss ,I.
over aiy : against-Xo, 110! That was entirely the street, and the frat man met by "Yes." "Do you know all about the
fcreato Laving left us two alone. "No; Ivoa't )no attribute in common with death, re- member of [ Com Virginia Peck, Miss Charlotte Mawson,
- out of the, quebtion to be thought of. where our Vigilansa combustion of fuel in grates I"

" een, ping give her idly u Lint with of It the, "he baud-continued n lemblos' being it especially can venture in this to ,predict that no Lu-hit George: Hargreave w.s al the world to in I explained the situation to him, Miss Kate jSheain, A. H. Darby and "I know something locomotive. Why do you

me -iny love, my ideal, my incomparablequoon him to get on horse and Charles Graffe. Professor Holmn prefaced '*
* screen she held to shade her fuce. "Ser naimer of life is likely to succeed it. ask? "I am looking information oa
I almost wished this I
t vants talk so, you know, con the best of Vt here was the old'frank heartiness of with Edna had not taken encounter crime a camp about two miles away his lecture with the statement a certain point." "What "I"
. them." :ook arid manner-the geniality that first revived a past which was best-far 41 the boys we needed them. He that color exists alone in the eye of the want to know the father -

What was there in the remark that sent attracted me to him? I saw before me 0 I-Jorpotfeu. Even now, when I the in post haste, and I turned back seer. After a few experiments in changing ages his daughter's i lover a
f' a sudden chill through me? I answered :oM, stern face from which all human the colors of under cle
believed the old love not only dead but the court room. Just as I turned objects a power. spark arrester?"-Detroit Free
seemed Sud3euly
feeling to departed. Pre.
quickly: supplanted the mere sound of her ,'oiee. I came face to lace with Slada ful light composed of carbonate of soda,
"You told did he started shivered then all atjnco -high .
me you not regard her asa "Bessie, said the young man, pleadingly
the touch of her her
band apparently followers who had walked Professor Holman started in to prove,
servant, that you knew her to be a appearing to rouse himself hainiiled. the fourth time I have
awakened interest in
1i lady-" newly my welare. out of court soon after I came with the aid of the phoneidoscope, that "thi i
brought back a host of old fully, called home since I ,
. "I make her a companion-a friend. "I'm turning cynical," be said; "for tender recollections tLat lAs 'Come in and have something, the sound waves produced by the voice your you
last. Is there which
She sleeps now in the little dressingroom give me. And, don't misunderstand me, But \\ Ly waste time to write of ,' called the irrepressible. I said possess m ton and color. When this any way by I can
! next mine; nevertheless she o with my heart I hope you pshaw made audiencebeld always be sure of finding you in, or at
i tudley. al them? They nil vanished like mists be- 'Slade! get on your horse, and announcement was the
i'' She ce least of where
servant happy. always knowing
came to us as one. is breath in you are
foe the sun when I saw Georgie wben its
f Even then I did not like his tone. han as as you can. expectton. "
the mother
pad wages has been used to she forward to meet in the when I call for you? "You might ring
came uie A sheet similar in stere.
; maid. Please touch that "By the I Lave not yet thanked do ? do tht ucd '
bell distinctly % Why
pay my way splendor of her ;riagniiiceut beauty. the you mean you me up, you know,? responded the pretty
; .twi I obeyed. The signal seemed under- I Bait.!. across the, stage, Professor
' for almost "TLanked me?" and, giving mj self over to the force of a terests evcr mind what I mean?' I re- wht shapely fingers.-Chicago Tribune.
: sood. immediately door that helmed other Holman termed the upon which
' and "Yes. ilrs. Hargreave asked what passion oven\ every having ; et on hers and home.'
Ednt enteiel your go -
011enot carrying a you feeling-I swore to her I loved her as t the effects of the voice were pictured, t
! knew of She told And the didn't his horsj and
ho started me. me so one
> on seeingme. get on go
tlghty never woman had been love]. was adjusted in the instrument and magnified Stones That MoveJIn
: Instinctively, I came toward information YOU gave her led- Soae went One tbe but he got on his horse and rode .
us, ad moed n small table close toGeorgie'o "SLe'd better Lave left that unsaid dij-s by. evening on mass town bringing at last at upon the sheet. In color it was a Australia, and also in Nevada,-'
f town
Georgie inquired up
side whereon he muttered then with a short forced my l'etnr : dull, leaden gray, showing in bold relief
the placed the ; archly "You must be growing tiied of le- from room. He inclined to be : magnetic stones are found which are apparently -
;f remarked alonl: : "But there's no \ thcwhite Then four
tray. laugh upon endowed with the of. I
n ing my lover. How much longer do jou local of his defiance of the orders canV3. power locomotion.
Duilley. Above all the
"Mr. Dudley will out tea. trusting woman think the of the voices struck up a quartet, while '
pour my ious.I ." 3'01 cnn play part-a week? was Court and to hw Te stones arc described a*
\ You need not remain to-day).," cried -the" professo.lly re1 "Till I become jour husband too.Georgie. We was insulting Miss She-iln placed her pretty lips to a being perfectly round, the majority .
( UargreaveI who still there. lie
!f Georfiie. never : was was '
I am afraid however, that will mouth piece and through what
And without said, and paused. and around the store when I sang of them a large as a walnut, and
!: word
but :
0 looking very scarcjly bo-in a week I answered, with !looked much like speaking tube.
,: sweet and grave, and not a little sad, the "NoVell a sigh. fellow, to look out of the window and very 1 having the appearance of iron. Whel

; girl turned to leave the room. I opened Im getting over my first im. "1.! nm not so sure of that" she said, : the house was surrounded by The other end of the tube was connectedwith distributed upon the floor, table, or

;,,1 the door for her but received neither piessions able." weie decidedly unfavor- with playful mock demurenefs.nut Judge, men. The next minute they were the p'aoneidoscope, and her voice other level surface within two 'feet or

"'or.nor look of thauks. here motLer. I will leave coming in contact withthe_ mirrors, was three feetof each other they immediately '
these "Isn't thoro saying; about first impressions comes you heavy room, arid one of them say ,
f }Xorth-Country manners? I for few minutes toether while she ei- \a transmitted to tho canvas, forming toward
ito traveling common
i; Do they rise open for servants being truest? bo asked, mus c and 'We want you, Mr. Slade.- He the most delicate I
shapes imaginable
in Coaltown?" asked ingly. plain trict aud weakened at A center, and there lie huddling up in abunchbket.eggs
i Georgic, as I re- pale once.
Georgie disappeared beneath the por. the same time taking all the variegated
.Mine liargreave-
regarding nest. They
turned to a are
my seat. ing of of his surrounded him i
captors ,
licrf. her her entered.
as mo tints of the rainbow. As her voice
i "I don't know I answered Geol'gie- began. rose or found in a region is
. 0 little con [TO BE CONTINUED.] vits left him safe in their keeping. I which comparatively
"Oh, no talking to a man sank in the
fused. volume! waves rippled across
its me EecrLS : and. was not there five min level, and i nothing but a bare rock.
"But why did you do it? Was it bet love, interrupted.ou can't say Scenes in Coal Regions. the surface of thq-mirror in the most astonishing Scattered over barren district are
cause I told jou 1 believe she is bv birth I've encouraged you in your hasty leap one of the vigilantes came up : manner while the audienceapplaude thi
and education a lady?" she persisted. into matrimony, Jack; whatever comes of Thi homes of many coal-miners iii : 'Mr. Sanders, the boys have little basins a few feet to a rod or

i t "Perhaps" I answered ely. it, :jou can't, icproach mo-tLat's some Pennsylvania are said to be dirty, and vesJ igc concluded that they won't to the echo. This was repeated two in diameter, and it the bottom

: "Thea don't do it again evni, please. Yon omfort! May you be) happy" my boy.Let's no larger than ordinary goat-sheds, so it, and : with MiSiade any several times. of these that the moving stones are

watched her in 0 way that would cause cbango the subject. poverty-stricken are the laborers. the and as there is no place to After the lecture Professor Holnna! found. They are found the size of a pea

! anytirl: to feel uncom'forable. Oh,Jack Here. thought I, was 0 disippointed Most miners in Pennsylvania coal That explained to 0 Record reporter the apparent to six or seven inches in diameter. The
Jack what are min, who could not bear to look on happiness if safely, they are going to hang miracle that the
? by so-
jou now
Putting and
nll saying
these is
all that < through another man's eyes. 110seted -' regions are foreigners are pronounced all Court wills it or not.' cause of stones rolling together
sugar in my tea? You may Lave th' called mirror was merely film composedof
to Le specimens of the lowest 1 to be found in the of whichthey
f' that yourself, sir-I mine without. both his words and manner. I they to court room and saw .ubstc 8
prefer Women and chil- su'ls. Tae voic? coming ia
1 Mother.has many crazes, as no doubt you felt that I sLould q quarrel with him, or atleast typos of humanity. as and the Marshal and several soap are composed, appears tote.
, Lave discovered cfterwards (iron are subjected to barbarous cruelty contact with this surface, caused it to loadstone A
'J i she continued taking saj something regretta- er and and after a conference we agreed or ,magnetic ore. single
1 the cup I poured out for her, )le, i! I rem lined; so, flinging my hal.moke by those acquaint an."es whom they : Slade bound to hang whether vibrate, while the Variegated colors stone,.if removed to a distance of not
i cream or into the I number friends. formed by ,the decomposition of
. sugar, according to her dire cigar grate fot up as : wishes it better to were more than three and a half feet,.upon
tions. One is. she thinks it a good sign laid good-night curtly, and the Tho children born in the mining region or was the soap film. being released immediately starts off with
r wLen a man is fond of his tea. be criminal him executed by order of the Court,
It is :com. either to
nc- _ grow up .
wonderful celerity, to joins its fellows
cording to Ler of hold the ;
\ a certain tLat our on com
j guarantee ; assassins killed before
h C 1.n.T lt11 and or are they preserve The New Qaarter Counterfeited.A but if removed four five feet it
3 is sober, steady nnd respectable in all their drunken fathers and \' We sentenced him to death for or remains -
ti t't hIS w 8VS. In prow up counterfeit silver In the Falkland Islands -
jour case the fact thatr Next 'day I attended to my 'duties at brothers. The Pennsylvania laws pro. perfect treaon for inciting others to re- dangerous quarter motonles.

Las joadithkesmokias proved the and abhor Jtimulanlg the bank went to my lodging, packed up tide fair schools for them, but their his and for.himsel seeking to over- of the "vintage" of 1892 has made itt are rivers of stones which
.,t lions." load to her I.fee all my ttTecta and returned to Wexham by parents aro so poor that they can't send into a our form government. When appearance. The coin is in imitation of slowly but surely move onward. They

+ & la'e afternoon"train.. The 'bns was made at the New Orleans Mint this consist of blocks of mostly
"But what reason ba she for their offspring to them. were heard of this he sent a messenger one quawt
meat ODe mo- waiting out -i tLo stition. I had my and the difference that th which fall into valleys on be
to only u
suppose- Miners are never paid for their services etc., to come to him at once and make year, ? ,t Ima.
I. "Why, didn't jou tell her this yourself Incgage place.on. i anl set off to walk tc in cash. The companies they work stop at in his behalf. I knew that it eagle, etc., on the reverse Ls a"little too from the rocky rdge "

t..i flaring''that' long. tete-a-tete you and she was between fix and seven o'clock- for own all the stores and houses, and him. be worse than useless for me to do clearly outlined. The weigitj of the above, and become imbeded' il te

$ ---.SU5Uaa. aseau.4. Tr'i Jta.a S 9'nn 3"".I.."...w ....)_, a I col November c\ening-the fog so their employes are compelled to buy at bar relused! to go on a fool's errand. two coins, the genuine and th spurious, spongy soil. They are subjected t

.trin nenthin ? ; know why did could cot tLrea the fix. These3stimates the same. The only in the constant expansion and contraction,
it 'ai; you you sea yards the prices capitalists lie he sent me to our Judge with a i are '\ i a

you ark me."X .- for my Mke-because ahead; but the toad. was familiar to me are usually extortionate.: The them, : request, but the Judge, knowing ring of the coin when it is dropped. "It the soil is either s uate becomes

L o. 1JOfl my soul had inten. and I walked along in buoyant that spirit food furnished is tho,IOrest. but the when was powerless to prevent the i the most dangerous counterfeit I have comparatively d. er the expansion
no cheered by tic thought every step
hon of so miners are unable tc remove to across in all experienseVjftida takes the stones slip dowa
deceiving her. The has been took rue nearer to the charming gill whoso poor with ioD, declined to see him. So Mr. come my .
I: 80; mis.ate. which I must explain image was now cover absent from my :another place, as the checks in which end was taken to a hill overlooking a business man. "Its face is absolutely some distance, however small or infinitesimal

you late, now sir! 1 do so pity yon, I rid. How luiuy ages insteid of hoursit they are paid are good only at theii and a noose from a gallows (used perfect,and the reverse tejnenrly o; the and therefore are,mot or lesa
bacco and poor boy.So Xo more nice to. seemed i-inro we had l"Goo'.l-night! employer stores. Then sheep) slipped around his weight is just right, and B*i the size. on the move. ThesmoTg"'moraines'" '

-' "What the-I c1grs.mean more--1 How would sh., gr-'et me? There was no dash it and a barrel placed \nde him. In fact, the only flaw is t$ "ifngr and or stone rivers, are one the wonders'
c not wieh you would du1: sameness uiout this incomparable: A tlDaSS s the slightly defective."UPortland of that of the worldThere are m'
It, off the milling part
be .
)0.0 abut Georgie. Surely Mrs. re. 'Tiino could not ,wither nor the be was about to- swung i ,
& .r.nt "Want a position selling books? stones or masses of rock so
.\ e 3ct" tom stale hlr infinite variety." And of a hoofs was heard and (Me.) Ag. many places }
: hor's .
'w, She laughed. 3 way that somehow again: I thought of her as my ideal Clsop.tia "I do, sir." and appeared the dis-I 4* :__ _- finely balanced that tonch, makes them .
..grateLi 16t a liUle on "Did ? ,om &l
my Senses. von ever canvt-ss 'The move and commenca rockinz.-.Yanke&
W breakneck duty on raw German
at sugar
SLe 11 hold a ;
YOU to it to the last "Y sir.. ing coming spee. I ,
You don't ba'lf know mv letter I walked faster and faster! ; and tegan "Where?s, ?" him, wife; but by has beta removed and will nastbe Ble. .'i' .',,
pmolber. .
After her singing low to on solitary roan which levied the as it 1eayea4hjf : : -
giving around
to Utel th the scene oa sugar
5.roeQ with all 1 her crazes****** i DlilLIU you: the frt song si] e \ sung to me: "In a ham factory. I: canvased 'emfortwoyears" a upon the tatj _:,'A million dollai'sugarreftueqis; _tObI.$
i: have tc quiet people were 4.
. you'l SliouU.tie uprtviJ, Il own that b prevail gthered. -- ,' ; at oo I.D N.t '

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**I AM A DEiTIOCKAT." i KV 15OOO MAJOIHTY. j 'Election Notice.7HERE.S .

IKC6 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRP11.I If all who make the declaration The- State Executive Committee \ The legislature of 1831, under the F

constitutioa of lf5. of the state ol Florida, did
which heads this article were candid have received a personal letter from i pass a Joint resolution proposinsnn amendment

I-' PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT8T1RREBRADFORD in the use of the expression and Grover Cleveland, in which he says: to the cuiMitutlon of the state of I lorida tf, three-i
COUNTY.FLOHIDA. Anti the satue wa'4 airrred to by n vote
_ meant everything implied by that '. I: ;am not entirely insunsiblu to the i fifths of the iremlxrselected to each houre; that [Net: O iot OIiee.} -_ _

_.' I.C.WKBn. term the ranks of the democratic danger wliicli a fusion between the republicans I the vole on ai.i I join nolntioa wns entered upon
I Editor andt'ublishor.simscntPTioN ami the third present to | thf!5r repcctiv<-, joun.als w ith the yeas and
patty may
)arty would I be more crowded than nays tncrcoi. ansi they tlicl determine cad direct
j democratic: success in your Mate, but the pl; that the aLI joint resolution be Mibmitt'il t i the

__ $1.00 A YKAR.Enterft nf ordinary cnpaigns. The peo wisdom nod patriotism of the Florida people eIetorsoflhestateftt the general election to beheld From IGc.

ple's partyius, sty I irg themselves load, jne lo believe that Hits work and in each county sucfc in MoriJa..ljn- the first'icr. Fresh Lot imported Sponges Up,
According to Act
i + OffiCf. ft.irl-f. Flu., as &coinl their oliibboletli the "I to throw into tic campaign will hp sufficient ifeg"V said Tuesday l> im lie 4th day of the said r
: ** C1,1a4* Matter.I party phrase, to .ijs-pel all doubt as to the result." | Octo'-er. TU said joint resolution reads aa fol- OIETZOIeT SILITS

,fr., -._. _ _ _ _ am a democrat." The use of this (inner is his lows: ,
c'lilirely right in con ARTICLE I. '

.:41 S TICKET. expression in one instances, doubt clusion. TIio democrats of Florida Section 2 of Article X of tho constitution is

less, is desijjised: lo be misleading; in intend to carry the state by a larger $ & hereby exemption asneisdtd rrovided sons br 10 read n liection as(o1towe I of ArtcIe\: GARDEN SEEDS IN BULK

1- For Prcsedent: some instances it is certainly intended than of the cons itlition of 1'orUa! sha'! inure to the FRESH

) GROYEK CLEVELAND. for and in majority ever. widow ami downright deception, such exemption in the f.hlOwfng I TO- ortion, vz:

For Vicc-rn 'H"cnt: others again, there is sincerity in the OTIIKU; FOLKS' OPINIONS. One-lwlf tiirct to the widow, it there lea :
I widow, and the rtmianim bail to
: A. E. STEVENSON. fl.iim, lioru>tly made, without due u the child or children ansi his or their

reilection and without consideration desfTidants.' the latter tnLi'iff the interest their '
.- Presidential! Electors: The pitiful moan of the third paity now AhQktc2y uro parent parents would rakeifahire. If there -

T. M. SlIACKELFOHO of the palpr.Ulo inconsistency the is: "Bive: us, 0! dear belove.l colored MS no child, children or tU-soendants, then the P-iji St DLG
individual making the claim has brothei i-ive us. and we will divide government A cream cf tartar badcp! pn A.ier.. iiIsest. of exemption shall inure Section to the 4 Mow.of thisarticle.if there hiisowill.nsprovided If-

B. n. RLACKWELL, placi-d.himself in, when he has really money with you, divide government &ll la leavening stienzlh.-L-Ldteet. C. (Suvcrn tl.crc be no Wow then in the exemption shall inure P2Jesb ToiGt ErioisS. F fa.t'4 ,

i A. E. MAXWELL. rations with you; jes. we will do itent Food 1port.IZOYAL to :he descttulaiits of the party entitled thereto .
W.N. THOMPSON. deserted the democratic party. more 'li.iu that we vii'tl divide tie fat ILIKiO VOIDER Co., IOC VCtll St., K. V. ,ant buc-n t-xpnipti./i.< shall! apjr-Jy to nil dfM*
Now who ex<'(-pt asaeciiIdin Section 1 oi said article. ;_ etio.
some dear ,
ofiiccs with Save us. brother
Now therefore, cake of such
w For. Second District : have heretofore been democrat have : or we siiik!I" but the colon-d brother sim- NoticIN l.tifbv pivc-n with the fclluuin in tructi ns: 1'

I CHAULES SI. COOPLK. decided out of ply stni es and says; : "I ain't forgot dal Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial C.rcntof the Any I'lwtor clCMriag to vote at r.ueh election
an impatient spirit, lu Cuaaccry shull have written Filled AH Hours Bay or Night.
State of FlorhU, Bradford County.- la favor o thesiiJ amen liaent Prescriptions
Macou G.i.
; t of forty arS! and a mule jM. ( ) the iKiliot; on which the
: For Governor: to try the experiment a political : er trincd on saute

,. IIENIIY L. MITCHELL. change, and whilst they intend to Citizen. The Bradford County Bank, 1' liAines oRicc or of th ofiicis* rerson at or-leetionarewriuter.persons v' tetl for for any or
S vs. Store Sunday. I
vote.the ticket and .V. C. printed, and on the .IMO site! thereof flsfuch l7" o\n\ n
people's are Owen Owens. Jr. .
For Justice Court: Tui lo
Supreme ure
Some of our correspondents are a little ROUSe, au J lol)e-i I t T. Kemp- fi names pre w nttea or piii.ted, the words"For the JjrT -_ --
ashamed of the association with that of Amf-ndmciit," on't ilrtor ilt-sii-ia* to %CtLairaisi.t
R. FENiVICK We aierchauts and 1'artf
bard oi: the third party people. hope stone,
&r aWnrtmt-n'. have
sail 1 shall written or
party, and, to cover up their track; hat they will not get at nil personal for ners doing bussness unr th j I It I printed on such ballot! en the !iis! > thereof nve

.. For Secretary of Stale: still n"f, am a democrat." Others hat would open a discussion tint would stone inn name uu't Co.of liouaf J prsssvihd. tl't \\orrt: "Against. the ,n&iidnient" ; &
The votes canton tn ijiistio j s.naii IKS canvassed -
JOHN L. CRAWFORD. again, who are candidates fur result in co good whatever. There are It bein&r made to appear by the nftMavit of ixnil claratnn cti'l ji-tu:n thereof shall be

-* office arid hobnobbing for votes will borne good men 01 the third paity ticiu-t, N. W, Ilackett, cashier ol the complainant attache in.tdtr hi theui'-iKCton; a'-dby the ceuntycan-
For to tho bill ot complainant herci.i died,
; tut.they are on the wrong line politically, sassing boartl. and by tliest.Vecanva-sinsrljoan
WILLIAM B. LAM All. claim to be democrats to avoid the icd will come to grief. Let us put the that merchants W. C. and Rouse and Itnbert'ioin T.bullies.-llc.npstone iimtfr, in the snir.e manlier and at the tunes as vote caSt
...1 odinm that attaches to a political coffin lid on them tenderly and careluily tile iii ni name o partners Haii-e, Ileuiptvue Co.. are ed for by persons la w to for be canvass oCIces at*J.-aid declare election and are ret Ieqtiir-nrneti

I For Comptroller: turncoat: and try to deceive the nnwarv not harshly, but surely.-Giet-u Cove nou-risidtnta of tile btate ot loriiU anil they Tn"attention of tho sheriff* 's c.ille to the l.i\v nie 1
are each over the age ol tweiitj-one years, ansi leqiiirinrftheni tocauttM notice of the said eec- Nhooso aers inToceries
:! WILLIAM Spring.A of busint-ss hI
into their support. Still | that tl.eir place of rsiJi nec awl t'onto be published in anciv-pirerpnnted i.i the
I in the city of Baltimore. State oi Jjarj lanJ, that if there be i.i the and itiierebe
For Treasurer there others who have county a i-net r county;
: again .
their po'-toffice aiJJrcsH !Ii. 'J::anti iM3We..t"moi !- the
in the r-u'o.i-lu-d in coubty they
People's platform nopept-r
: CLARENCE IJ. COLLINS. heretofore been democrats and honestly plank party work[ e stivet. I3.&iftjori? City, htaie oi, shall cause at lea t'lv > copies of this notice to oe
declares for tight houis as a day's it ii ttcreiore ordered that the above named lie ported in the most public places in the county.IN iJoieilSTiJ
For I'uVic InstructionW. desire some icformatioii in the which fuel leads the* Gainesville (G.i.) Eagle 'en-Jants, Vi'. C. lljuse and Itobtrt T. Ifeiap-. TESTIMONY VVHEKHOK lh
Superintendent political! affairs of the country, and to remark: "Whit would become of tone, doing buEtses under the firm DiU>i of set my tiatiti a-'d iive: hereunto afiixc-l fit
house, {. Co, bo and they arc hertyitquired -
N. 511 ATS. Hcinp&toue w-al '-.fFI.ridzt at TalUli sP. tat
and tobacco fields of the South great
aie deluded into the idea that they he cotton ) to i>;iea'S answer or demur to the capital. tl.Li >--> d.ij of June, A. D. Mi DQEIDI
._ For Commissioner of Agriculture: such reformation if the planter's hands only worked eight bitt of comnlamt fl.e; hi thli cans*' oa or lieforthe .'"ti:; L CKi-.VFuP.D,
can acL-omplihh hours a day If he did not Commence SEVIIN'TII IY O1' NUVEMBCU, A. IX 1NJ2he P. S. t'xzw*. t-ccr. t.iry of btate
LUCIUS IJ. WOMBWELL. action of these same bung the i etc day of this court, or the '
through the people's work until G o'clock, he would, allowing matters and things ulleiffd in said bill will betaken E.t'!. 7 0 lis.irii., : Cciusty. Staple :suid Fancy, 0I

For State .Senator. 13lh! District: partyites without changes of political one hour for dinner, quit work at 3 p. m. against theiii i.s 'onft"-sf tl. July l'9.-3; '
sentiment and hence they Adopt this system antI both the land It is further ordered that a ccpr of this cider I Any conceivable aiticlc. 41i"
M. L. .McKINNEY. say iiCsi'e; C
Uradford Co
bo published lu the :inty Telesraph
and laborer would starve.-!5t.b'lancis .
too, "I am a democrat. owner a weekly oeusyaper i-ublisrcd in btarke, lirad- S'teT of several
TO all an J sl.-n-r Lst > th-j ..
; For the House of Representative : iiuT; in reference to one and all of Facts. lord County, FJoiiJa, once a wee' for four con coi"tl of tie S.t i .' r j -.'' : l Any kind of Provender

J. L. GASKINS and E. P. WAll eculive weeks i.ixt, y.ecedicg the aforci.icn KN'O'.V VU. that I. JOHN L. C'RAWFOI'.D. 57T"Hav..
thcSe different classes of individuals, tioiied u.ite. -- RecntTi of t'.tate for tl e State ot Fot! i-J.i, oheIt537enotce CA.J for Live Stock.
; Basl'ia mounts the rostrum mirth apologizes Hone und rouncro'l oy ir.e. this repteuioei ) tlian1.i ..
To scratch fiiiy one of the regular here is the palpable inconsistency to his third party: constituents for Nineteenth, A. I). 1A.-; W. T. Av'EEUs, ELECTION

nominees of the democratic i into which tnev fall: they are all IbEALJ (lerk of the t'iscuit Court. will!" heidi s. a : > <,;: :t' in jt! '"i.-.:enc r'rrJ'o -*.
; party .hepait he played hi the p.iSMige of lh? 3y N.; J). \VAi: Bioar, Leyuty C--rir.! i Ti:'sday lit-xt. 'i e'iir, tt,.' Fust 3';! 'n :i. Dry Goods iKiUinery% s
vote for the claiming to be democrats and at the tax and the tight-box I liei thy certify tliit the above u: ft true copy
virtually a opposition. poll prerequisite Novti'o: rr. A I L :. thei irru- : !. h'iig i tLc J |Q {Q JJ.
Remember tlii.k' same time are making relentless war election law, by s-latiug that he had the f thr order mj-ha'id made Had and JilsU tul in thNSvptenibcrlUL8J2. inyofiloe.Witcess lyfif'Tii L-AY OP :;OVKMIJEH.: ,
For!, four t'rsaJ'!
on the democratic party and demo democratic upon his neck and w. i. WEEKS. Forot Iti-prt o.--"tHt.\-(.ftiI'fir-t Fnrnishing Goods, nil styles, sizes and prices'
could not help himself. He then endeavors [SEAL] CUrk.Ky (110t1'I j11pi4rah
k' Vote for McKinncy, vote forWard The distinctive Hf.riiia ii thf.'iil congresi of the S !
principles. N. WAismni.T, Clerk. J.ur .
Gaskin.s the to impress his alliance brethren that t'r.tted Slat'-'. 25 Call and satisfy yourself.
vote straight *
features of the people's party are no true allianccman tan refuse to endorse For oi.e HerititEtativt'o l'n Ss'co.i'i coijrns -

democracy. If von fail tq do this, wholly nt variance with the principles the Ocala demands. So we see that while Nctlco.TN ionr.l UlUtLMit-t.OI .trKtof*tIX JSoiidiirt- the KM I c-r>- ; "t-ss ortin1 zr For Farmers, Builders. Phosphate*Jlinera. and

some day you will sec the folly. of the democratic and no the gentleman invites attention to the tact Circiiit Court Fourth Judicial Circuit, Sate Tr.ViiilONY; A.'IIUfjror, I i.ive luTfHu'o
party L
that be has torn oil the democratic colkr. of Florida, Bradford County.--In Chatcciy: sit in; i.n i r.r.d nf..xe 2 he (Jr.- .t S .1 J also Stoves, Ranges. Cooking Utensils, etc.
Remember the thousands of dollars democrat, sound in the faith, can for lie confesses auoth-T Eva C.irclino IIo>'hle, as the Executrix of tie CSIIAL) ofti.e t-ta'c tit; tloii.'a iit T.r.ljijss-: ,
to accepted
having Last \ViJ! and Icstauiect of Conrad H.chlo,* the ca; It-.i, tl.Isthe i..tii; day of August,
of bond money Dr. Gaskins has a moment tolerate the idea of voting in its ttead. and is endeavoring to tit a Deceased, A 1). 1-V- iiiL To suit vny taste find any pocket. Also, all

saved this before for a people's party candidate for similar one upon all his brethieii. But V3.Uriah JOH:; i. tRWvForo.Atis + \.
to county you this won't woik woila a cent, alliance- I). Miner and Sarah 7-1 7>Ii cr,his wife; -.i;, iS '-. > cirtta.'y of fttaic.Ho a.. liinds of other House Furnishing Goods.niture .
office which involve
scratch his name from your ticket. any political might Nary 1). Kitir.? and O. 31. lusinjr, hT hus S
a change in the political status men everywhere refusing to have the collar band. Mrs. <:. J. Huibmd.wlC J.Husband, tire cf r.Icction. t .
of Weaier, B.sskin Mann, Walls & her husband, an 1 George M. \V eks and H. I'JUyers \
You cannot be a good democrat of the country. The ministerial Co. lilted'to their necks. But the pitiable M. A. >ly TS and S. Ulutnauer, partners TO the fit.Pi: it ci'1s cdf.rd c.-.rnty, ltat, offlnda

( .and ecraich your ticket. Every vote offices of the county are not so picture will be exhibited two or tour years S. F.thoing Jlyei-s l &bUsinesS Co. unsier the hnu name of KNO\ : I. 1.. CVFIl, Ste ;j 1 hap Wo LOiEST s PllOES

is needed this year to bring success neaily concerned in the argument hence when IJnskin again goes on the It being ina le to appear by the auuisiavit of L.B. r rary of ttse..for .:F I.ri '. 5 U 2 OyUSJVq
and to his dvttorraticbrethien IL.Ovlco. coiupLunant's soKcuor apptf"iloi! to do i.r..y gi av'e.I i.t aGemiirni
3 to the democratic Vote it stump apologizes
party. now being pressed; but even here the bill hied; in bail! cause that thy auoie tt.iu.tII
straight.Thirdpartyism. there is and democrats toy the damage he tried to do the lamed deitndant-i, S>. I'. ICjvi-H, W. A. Mierj and \\ be lie!]in ;i.-o<.f->-'< coti., v /rt of Florida,
_ _ danger, cause in 192, and says: "I was wearing S. Iliuuianer pjitiicrs >!oinx busiuetsunjcr tl.ehiii o:. Tis.- Vytit M-CCO.' .Z. '!. First '
4 will have should be unwilling in this crisis to the alliance collar mid couldn't help myself. ) name ot S K.t/: -> ii Co., are ua.i-rusidenUof T: ... .. .i ier.'r: A U. 1 '>-' t1.- 'ti: I TEJOUT! V
a set the Sla'e .iC j'loii.ia; ai.a that they are -_: ( : i,, Ii, :ii
trust but a democrat in official -Weal Ilillsborough Times.Mr .
anyone 'roVri OFtjREE
lh eunrd thzLtii1l ,
back in ibis county 'laling from each over :i;e ol i v.eiity-one > ,
.. position. Those who i lace ol n--.Ci's-te n i:. the City, County For a C.OVCrIOi of the: lateof FiorM.1.
October 4th, 1892. A thing nipped persons aid State of New York and taer po.-iotnce i Ir o-ie: Ju-iieeot f-ujjiwue (Vait, oi norHa.
r in.the bud is easier killed than when have strayed off into strange political i S. M. Sparkraan chairman of the l- aidr 0 Mai-lta I.Uii City, County nudbi.lte For: a ber..i :j" oi' rim e of the bir.t'j of FIoi MH. istApDE: ioRss
.pastures are not worthy of democratic executive committee of FlorIda; it u tLereioie tn'JWe-l thi-t the Per an Attoi in-y-1 Vacrnl of the hi:svs''.f Florida.r"i )
*. matured. ibove iijiiiieil (lCiflds&tS. S. r' 3'jvrM. .'.. a ('oii'-t"olle-t.l tie state cf Jlorjda. -
; summv.rizcs the situation
political trust, and when it is demon thus political Myers and :S. Blumaner. p..jf<.cis duinj busiues3umler F..ra Treasurer ihettate of tlortda.1'nr .
up a strated that of this slate: "1 won't presume to define the firm ol S. l\ 13-ra il Co.,-te a biipeiiiiteoiU-ntof I'ublic Instruction of the For Ladies' and Gentlemen's Siding
be blown
Dr. Gaskins has been credit and can
a anyone tlrj People's pirty's strength in Florida ant they are iieivJiy reijuiie 1 to ji'ead. ansv.vr -t.vt''ol Floiidd. ,
an honor to Biadford county in the about by every wind of doctrine, his but 1 predict that It won't draw over or demur to the bill of conip'iu.ut: filed in fiu ForaC'ociuiiStiouer of Agriculture for the state '
: 1X\Y OF NJVJ.MBKU of riorilo. .
catise on orbtore the &UViViI -
legislative* halls for sixteen long very instability marks him as a man 5,000 voles horn the democratic parly. I A D. 13--: :. or u.e r .1.1 b.::: v.-ni betaken For Senator for IVh! "enatorUIdistKcJ.

: and Bradford will be honored incapable of accomplishing] anything should lute to b('.' that many led r.tir.iy, vs cjxf.scsi ajtujii;t iii..:n. For two members of the lloube of Iltiresentati.ts. -
; years, but even that defection would leave us a It 13 further ordtred that a corr of tli ord M3e TEAMING OF ANT KIND GO TO 4
by him for at least two years more. in the shape of good results. In 1888 publ'sneJ! iu the. l'.i,.:I'.t.tti C mr.tjTilcgrjip'i, For n. County Jufke.F ,
good majonty. -a presidential
a weekly nerttpapeputlishej in hrwtfor.1 Weaver the head of
great center year-Fleming, the democratic candidate County, Florida, once a Week fr four cousecu For a Sheriff.
Vote for Gaskins and Ward, because this people's party, and its nominee 1 lot governor polled 40,233 votes; tyhip- ti\e weeks next, pri.c..jii:. the above inolioncd .- For u Tax Assessor.IVr j.! W. Alvarez & Co.'s Livery SJabies.
date hone au.l 1 ordered Cis Tax Collector
i they are the nominees of the for the office in the oltue man, republican, had 20,483. Fleming, bv me.
highest gift l'Jh day rieptcinber, 1.di.: W. T. WEE&*, Foi a a Cuun y Treasurer.
.4' party. They are aight democrats, people, is nothing but a political you SLC. bad a majority of only 13,770. [oEAL] Ci-1 k < : the Circuit Coui t.By FcraCjunty SaperlneaJ3nt of Public! Infraction. Fine Horses, Carriages and Naihlics. Expert Drivers. Draft

and Bradford must be represented That was the year of tn i > cilo\v fever : X. I.). WAixniciir, ts-utyter&. .
I weather-cock, and Is utterly devoid epidemic, and there was not a full vote 1 hereby certify that iie aixne n a trie'ai. in the next legislature democrats. correct copy of the orgiaai now on fio i'i :ny For a Jiiiti'-cof the IV.iceinaad for the follow-
all either moral
of principle, or polit polled by any me-iiis. In 1890-only two oqte.Vitriols. iupj Justice Di..tretsiz; : ;I) JJTAKliINti AND FEED FOIl YOUR HORSES. -LOW

ical. Indeed, it is shrewdly suggest Mute officers being vo'eil for, comptroller ijy hand and tw.1 tt.i; September No. One
The democratic is much
party as 19th, IMG. VT. T. WthKS. | Two CHARGES. KJOJIPT ATTENDANCE.OnpnrTfc '
? and a justice of the court-the .
ee that he i is a mere biibe-taker horn supreme "
the of the it ISiiALJ Cloik. Three,
people to-day as
party aggregate vote was smaller by reason of alack By N. U. WAIVRICHT, Deputy Clert. Four, .?**jryf r
tlic republican running on the T BLES unriiiiAuL r&ClUni STAHKc
was under the leadership of Jefferson party, of interest b'lt use Iemnocrmtttc majority Fire, tAUiii r

and it is has ticket he is on simply to try to break !o'i'e' tint ot Ibb8 5Six, __
now, as it ever wIts neaily some Election Insjiix'tors. _- -_ _ _ _
: been the determined foe of the solid South and to that extent thing over 2OU'J.. This was due to alight .4 EigLt,
plutocracy 1ST of the n.imts of lie rsoi! apnointeil to }
and centralizition. weaken the democratic party, and icpuMican! vote which in its tutu I.j servea In spj- tuia i tui-Str.tSin in County *"1 Nisi FLORiDA CENTRAL AND PENIHSULAR RAILWflViI. .

_ that he will mike hundred of thou was ctuised by a lack of inteiesl and by election in Bra-tford coanty, to be held 0:1: Ten Uevra.,
!he opcr.itioa ot llio cigiit-lj.illot-box li\v. her 4th. 18'j-: FLORIDA THU1S LINE. SHORT LINE.
Vote down the Constitutional sands of dollars-perhaps a, half DiracvNo Jnsrvc'ors: Tho ,f Et'.nir For a Coustiiblein and for the follo.vins Justice
Now if the people's party gets the entire J P McCulejLeu is I'uk-h. Clerk E ( Hid iJivtricis, MZ: To all points in South Middle and West Florida Jlobile, New Orleans and the Southwest
amendment. By the omission of the million of dollars-by his candidacy, republican vole of Ib9t) aid pulls 3.UOC DISTRICT Jso. InspectorWia: J Kpp"i- l\o, One, Direct ccnncctkns to nit poinpi Northwest andXortl>eo&t. Elegant new coaches.

"descend the of the front the demociclio U JD'.IU K Dckle. Clerk W Two, Route from Tampa to Cincinnati withoufrcbanse of sleeper.
: word meaning without any hope or expectation of away column weshall sono K"lly. : Lree, v ia Montiei H" and Thomasville.TB32K .

amendment is destroyed. The next succeeding in his political aspirations. Mill; IJ:.' left with! a insrpiilj* o >!iilv II. hJzrrItcr E-lwsrds. Jr.No. .">.-Ii Mkwtrrv.." Co'soi.. J '. Four, cain In effect June 12, 1892.'
: legislature can rectify the omission And yet persons calling themselves equal to that of IS'JU. hut i lo.ik for at E T'svsen'l, J L W.ird. Clcik: \VAUt-r-- S 1-ite, A sut.T1l1RN; DIV'N.; S 4 10 2 iLLS' 1.1v't iii5JplilOaLv
least 5,000 ii.cre.tsu i:. the democratic vote 11KIII. Six.een.
Feri.aadina Ar 'Jii lUj btJaLv Jaekson'iileTAr ,
3iOi' 1is
the amendment be voted tlSp
and can democrats are asked to vote over that >f ItfSO i Sn the defection DISTRICT -h.--hswpc-ctors: C C OJopi. "WO IN TESTinONY XTHCTXOr. I have 715p113aLv Callahan Ar 233p 50a S'Op 7aiaLv Baldwin Lv 7MplSOlp

upon at the next election. for him, and rome claiming to be whatever it m.ty lie-will be abutit offset Ilanis.Clyalt, John C Ward. Clerk: A itVil- [L. S.] hereunto set niy hand i.ud pffixed the 84dplIflaLv Jacks6iwille Ar 2130p lESs 112.5a 8MaAr lake City Lv 621p 9a93ii1lr0pLv
; I cieat Seal of tinPlate of Tal- Baldwin Lv l4ap 543a j24ia 944&Ar LiveOak Lv 540p 8t0sliITp
by the increase. Tlu-rc: is absolutely no ILTlIcr Vo. Cod-
democrats do I''spi'etcrs; :
even to so.
propose of hi'pAr Siarlie Lvhl4Ta 4.lla aAruwacneeSpgsLv
1 the this the 9th
il. ,
The third party is a scheme gotten Let democrats beware of those ground for apprehensions as to the democratic win, T !' r.pgWcr, J 1. VAiudore. ClerU: A Juiy.A.D.ltUJ.JOHN issee Capital. day 12 21 a 2 i.3 p Ar hawthorne Lv I I 0 a S 23 a 2 11 a 10 4Oaa r Medisort L 4 SPp 6 iS*

; by Northern republicans to success this year in Florida. ThePeople's S York. L. CRAWFORD. I C'S a 2 51 p Ar C'itra Lv II 01 a 2 41 a 4 3')a 11 53 p At' NonticeUo Lv 3 2) p 4 5t
up cap iJisriticr yn. Iiiriiectwrs N I) Wnwiirh
"who \\ould steal the livery of : cf : :li Ar Sliver srrings Lv ii hP a 5 1) a I 45 Ar Tallabassee Lv I 4 8 10
half dozen P. S Cr.nwp, Secretary State. p p p a r214a
ture enough white votes in the South party may get a a .. j C Ki.-h'i.-d, I1 A K.i.'Kht.; Cl rk: U (; 145n 45a
heaven to the devil in and bheii.T. Iira lf.jrd Couiity.A 34ApArOcala LvlOl-ta S43pAr Quincy Lv124p 120i. ,
serve legislator and nay carry u tew county ; 9t'Oa
break the democratic .). 18 2. 7YIpAr Uomc.sassa Lv 700a 4COpArBiverJurctionLvi2e8pI2oia5COa
to np party. put none into office but democrats in liikets, but the stiU- is sifeLOtuFOji'S : foerascr :Xo 7 -o p-cf "?: J II Tioore Eli alipAr Leesburg Lv S4halG2Cp 63)plliOpAr I'ensacola Lv 830a 243p
Ili k-. ?! i: Be.isf! -. Cl.iOvl! 1 llaynes.tfpt. .
There is no doubt of this, and why 5 42 a 5 4') 1 A r Tavares Lv S I 4 a 9 It)p 2(sO a Ar Mobi] Lv I 10 a
Southern be led fact. JCONSTITUTIONAL I'ubliciitions. J. Nctee! 8 ''n.'a 6 3 p.r a pcpka Lv 7 2i a Ii 311 p 'f 4 a Ar New Orleans Lv 8 311 p ,'
intelligent men can -- IN CIP.CUIT COURT, FOt'KTU JUDICIAL lJa 71'pAr' Orlando Lv 7Sla !ii.5p 1i0aAr St.Louis Lv 4Op
off into this party is a mystery.v AMENDMENT. IS A DUTY roa oi'o ycarsclf And fam Circuit of Florida, Urviror.l Oojutj" 3uua 445iL'c Wililwood Lv ftOSal2itOp 445pAr Chicago l.v 200p
to fret the bent vatuo for
your money. 51.141 Lv '
bl.pAr Ta'leCity 731a1"30p
'hu'vrty.The CUMBERLANfi1UT.
The last legislature Eeonomize In
ffCIeanliness is next,to Godliness." passed a reso For October is as wuifome as ever W. L. pouelas ycnr&hoe footwear, which by represent pnrcba&ln the; Laii'l rirrtja D luk of 1 I; 0:t fl3 ) Ar l'lant City Lv 6 O a i 17 p7Z.4)zt b tO I I Iti I $ '
lution submitting an amendment of Wherever this little juvenile its mission cent vnlne fov prices asked, aa tliouaomia Florida, Limited.! I 8OpAr Tamh'a Lv 430a810p
i The recent imminent dagger to this goes will testify.63TTA.HE. vs. I Foreclosure 2 (C Ar Waldo Lvii 42a 4fip 9tiaLv Jacksonville Ar 3hOp 850$
the state constitution to be voted is to shed brightness, carry"sunshineand : KO S. Francis UanJinor. T. O. j- of .tr Gainesville Lv 11 12a 55. p11 ICa Ar F rnarithjja Lv 180p 30a L.

country has disclosed the fact that upon at the ensuing election, whereby bring good cheer. Its pictures, stories Jaqucs LILa! Pa i:;line I Mortera e. ou.r C'edarKey Lv 0a 39pAr Brunswick Lv800a .

_L one thousand five hundred cakes ofsjap it was sought to increase thewidow's and verse this -mnntl are all about what Jaqn4 s. Trains on Southi-rn division heave Arehtr daily except Sunday. a 3:40: for WilU'tong% 4T3;

and three thousand towels a boys and girls like, \\ hat boys and girls Ear1 Tutu and Eagle idine; leave Eagle daily except SunJa3, at 4:30 for Archer and *&
interest in her deceased husband's do, and \\hat boys and! girls me eager to TT being made ti appear by the afildnit of J. incrseUate dintsi. Train leaves -jt.tio atit! Winter Park daily eteept Sunday. Leaves Ovted ,
are used in the Department A L. Frezte, complainant's solicitor, that the ls daily, itt S :i Winter Park at tt 37
1 year Treasury estate to a iii: a ri. arriving at Orlando 9 a m;1eave Orlando daflyatp
a amount know. The the Studio
greater Monkey Story above named defendants, F. (I. .Jaques and PJ.U- 10, UrI1%ii fcA\inl*-r Park 5 23 p in;Ovietlo 6j> m.Pnllmau .
alone, which proves that than the one-third inteiest allowed Dolls, and A Boy and u Girl, \\ith the tine Jaques. are r.en-residfJts of the Stats of sleepers for Cincinnati nadTainpaand JacksonTille and Tampa and Jacksonville
Uncle Sam knows the preventativcs hut 1mg-time. peich-time hurrying-time Florida and that tl-eyan each ocr the age of ant Kev.-Orleans.
her under the derived
statute, aa wenty-one yt-arscnd that their pl".ce of residence Trains on the FercaadincX and route leave
Jacksonville and Femandina daHy '
:. of disease; he only needs the proper from the common law provision of and all sorts of good tunes, will gladdenthe -i i"ia the city of Pivid nou.t.tate of Rhode except inmlny. Connect at Fernamlma for Ducsenness. Cumberland Island,Jekyl Island nd
: heart of little mutt and "wo.n-m I land It is therefore ordered that the above limiiaivick. the (timberland nud
: uf every forming route making connections ChAU&4'
sort people to out his 1ais.J \L tot Macon Atlanta.
carry dower. The amendment was gotten and make study-time easier and play-time u.iinud defviidants F O. .Toques aid Pauline no4-gt asit! northern and western poibt. S- inlay train leaves Jacksonville 8 40 a m makes Cumber-
,47t be, and tin j and racli ot tlient are hertWrefim'red land route connection. Leaves I ernandina 5 \-m, arrives Sacksonville
in such crude and unintelligible luppier Price $1 a 10 cents a.num 6 15 p m. Pullman aleeuinz '
.J The last issue oftho DcLand up year; t-u'lefid,answer or demur totha bill of cars Brunswick to Atlanta,and Atlanta Cincinnati and Nashville. ,
if ber. D. Lolhiop (Jo, Pubiibl'cis, Boston f leO in tii's neloie ih -.9
shape that adopted it is more complaint ciuse on or e '
News For information see local agent, Ticket office 86 \V. Bay
the'republican organ of the Third lav of 3et calculated to produce I litigation and 1U1JYI.AND FOR OCTt>3JiS: Ilogaoi'treet. l-sonviip.) AQ MacDoneflGen.I. &.T.A.
tl.eKiiil bill Will be taken cciife-sed -
1 County, contained the following i!cm: a* against X. S. 1'ENNR'GTON, Traffic Manager. .
thereby injure the clas? of Is a chatming number It has a dainty tliem.It .
"II the of the persons
: ) authority lepublican Is further ordered that a copy of this order
frontispiece "Telling Secret to Bay.:
executive affected by it, than to benefit them. a. be published in tlw Bradford County TFLCGUAPH,
county comnv.ltce, we The Sparrow says a strange thing when a weekly ni-wspaptr published In Bradford SUMMER
Tim amendment have RATES.-
withdraw the republican ticket from ought to con- talking to the Tiptoe Twins. Teddy's County, a week for thirty days

- the field and advise all republicans tamed the word "descend" as well as Kitty is as cute as can be. Nurse Karen next prececlirR tl'C and ordered thisijd of 1802.W. .
by me lay Ai.jrust.
I to stay away from the polls on election the word "inure," and then there has a delightful bit jf sport for Bobby and ,. .:.S'. T. V/ECKS. THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN ANT FLORIDA R. R. is now preparing f

; would have been no doubt as to the Sue, and Sweetheart is. as cunning as [SEAL] Cierk Circuit Court. rates for the travel out.of Florida to all winch
summer resorts
can't stand it.
day. They Tie iiietutes and ball' % I hereby certify that the above is a true and ,
Defeat certain and meaning! of it. The word "mure," evei. are pretty ) =33 k 'feiJw correct copy of the original now on file ia myofilce. will shortly be placed on ale. '
i is they are and mamma will! l hi- happy and glad wliei W. WEEKS..

;;_... afraid to trust their faithful follow- by itself, simply leaves the property baby's magazine for October comes ** ShiQ Bi r rrfLsfvis ?!, SEAL Clerk Circuit Court. This line is the shortest and fastest out of Florida, carrying the WeBt

I_ ers at the polls, for fear they might not subject 10 the debts of the Price 50 cents a year* 5 cents a numbe-i THE BEST SHOS MYHCWGRLOFCaTaSKOHE/. Aug.2d,1892.Coiuiiiissioner's. India mail to all points west and northwest. Trains arrive and depart

!Homestead but does not vest it in D. Lotlm.p Co. Pubhsheis Boston. A genuine sewed choc, that will not ,rfpCn from union depot in Palatka and Macon. Connection
be led from the faith. calf, eeomlecx. smooth Inildc fieilble more com Stlc.B made with all Hneain
- the widow and children. If the rANT FOR OCTOBKIl fortable,stylish aid durable than any other shoe eve? Macon with the
people sold the for the Carolinas and thet|
price. Equals custom diUo slices coutlnd virtue of an order made by tle Hon Vm.F. Virginia

:. The Jacksonville Metiopolis has desire to accomplish the original Is an excellent numl>er. Its nrticles tire from J4 64 and to C'95. fland-eswedflnocdfsboes. TbamostEtTllan.ccfy Maphnrs!, State, county of uioridadated judge in and for Brad.feid east, and with through sleeping car lines' for resorts in Tennessee, Ken* *3j:
and of character that this county August ith, "fta
timely a raaga ? and durable chocs Bold
the framers of this 'ta ever
the following item: "Are you a purpose zinc so well knows how to furnish its fLt the price. They equal Una imported shoes costing ree. appointing me the undersigned conrni.sEionor tuekv and all points north and northwest. Sleeping cars between Palatk
amendment it be done from 3 to$12.G to sell the following real estate situated
veteran of the Florida war or the can by legislation readers. The two main stones by Pansy 5 5O Police Blso**,\rorn by farmers and all I lnt'necouty Bradford and State of Florida. ansi Iqacon. Trains leave as follows: Palatka, 5 40 a. m. ar'd 8 15 p. m. ''

widow of such at the next session. and Margaret Sidney come to a close- V* SB others who want & gnod heavy calf thrco belonging t.>the estate of C II. Hall,deceased, Ihnittsii C 51 and 937
a veteran ? If so, oleo,ertcnalon edre sJioc ptay t3 walji 12,cad will described as follows: The southwest nuirter a. in. p. n., Inke City, S 03 a. n aid 10 55 p.ifl
All those who have examined the The Literatuie Macau k> the end .
English on cp feet dry wr.rr.i.C"
there is honorable paper I A. I?.
of KN4PP
and deserved the thwest section Trofuc Manaer. '
an S 00 Fino Cnf,&0.-5 and GS.nOTTorfc. not quarter eight, townships JAMES IHENZIKS Gen. AgU-
: pension in store for In question agree that it is obnoxious lay, and the Ametican I History paper or *"m !nff mea'o bhocb jil give nora wciir totho ; Fouth,ot range twetiti'-tvio east, containing ,
you. looking the St. Louis are koth of exlicine interest, money than any ot ccr srxa ice. They are made for ser oi-tyacres more or les*. Now by virtueof said .
'.*; f. over the Jbills passed by Congress the to bc' t interest of the. people of and the shorter stories and artit-les valuable vice. The Increases. bales show that vroriinraica order I w'M sell the aforesaid real estate at public A NEW EllA IN EftULIHH
have found this oat.i2.o A..PCTIO;
the state and that the amendment I outcry in front cf the court house dovr in the
past session it was tound that a law in every Pit I Icular. Pn.e $1 a year; ? ; ansi rontb;' Gi.v.1 Seiioo I town of the said county of bradford, HOLLER COTTON GINS.
Shoes the
art worn by boys
was parsed in July '92 should be voted down. A failure to ID( cents a uuml-er. D Lothrop Co., vrhero. The wosi cervJccableshoesBoliictthsprlcea1.every- between the legal hours of sale on the
granting a vote on the question does not meet Publishers, Boston. L lea': i1and-3ewed.I9.5D, I i rst Jlonciay in October. A. D. 1332, TJic! unilersigued. agent for Platt Ems. CANDY STORE
: pension of $8 per month to all veterans 4 I t.s. ,.2.0O ansi 81.75 Shoes for the same being the 31 day of said mor.thanda & Co.. will sell a Single Holier GIN. with ,
-*>-- IVIioges ere made!the best tine
the requirement. Every one should Pongola or Calf as hi-gal sale day. Sal real estate sold for payment
_ or widows of veterans in the Now Try This.It desired. TheyaroverrBtTlislj.comfortableanddnra- of: debts. Terms cash, pur>.ha<,er payiu>? for my Patent CrauUlugs. Belts aa wrenches,
Florida war. The amount is small vote "against the amendment" and bIo Theg&ODshoeeqnafscustommadeahoeacostln? title. L. B. lwoncs, all complete delivered at Savannah, O.v C. E. ENSEY,
j will ooat v oi notbi-sfT and will surely from 54.00 to 85.09. Ladies who wish to economize ia ,

_ ; but is worth having for a rainy day. defeat it; otherwise a few voting for do you jjooll, have a couch, cod: their Caution.footwear-W.L.ore finding Douglas'this name out. and the price if I Kept i, 1S9J. Ccinmisskiuer at $130; Walrus in strips, CCRXEB RAILROAD AXD MAIN SThXtt .

it and the larger number failing to or any trouble with throat, chest cr Stamped on tho bottom of each shoe; look for tt In the Judge's CourC at bO cents per pound. STMRKE.
County Bradford
The St. Francis Facts in its last vote, the amendment might become lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery for when etitnte yon other buy.makes Bewareof for them.dealers Such attempting substitutions to sub-are State of Florida. County, M. POLL1TZER.aug6'lsn .

consumption, coughs and colds \s guar fraudulent and subject to prosecution by law for obtaining Ry the J udge of said Court.
issue asks: "What has become of a law. jinte d to live relief, or money will be m .L. DOUGLAS, Urockton, Maas. Sold b the matter of the Notice. ,
b the alliance of several paid buck. Sufferers from Li-i Grippe suggestion cf insolvency of ,
departments" Third party men, you arc good found it just the thing and under its use J. W. HODGES. the xv. of Henry 1".York,deceased, filed by < Six months after date I will present my accounts Summer Drinks. .
of Weeks administrator
state ? For ourselves of said estate.
our paper democrats at heart; don't be led bad H sptWly and perfect recovery. Try 71lhREAs. W. T. Weeks, administrator of phur and vouchers to the Hon S.%in. F. Mat- COCO COLA Nerve Tonic, and CHAl

we can say that the TKLEGRAPII is by this foolishness about free a sample bottle at our expanse atid learn 1 ( the estate ot Henry F.York,late of Brad Bradford, county and state judge of Florida in and, as for the county of | PAIQNE MIST.

! as much alliance as ever, and would away for yourself just how good a thinijitiij :BTErNTsPaveats ford county.State of Florida, deceased has this of the estate of John W. BushneU, deceased adninfetrator, for i
silver and such Don't day filed in office of the insolv Agent for
L alliance things. you Trial bottles tree at Starkc Drug Co' my a suggestion final settlement and ask for a final discharge Mallory Steamship Line.

.1;: gladly publish matter; but know nothing i ii free in this world drug store. Large size SOc and $1. 3Bucklen's an;1 Trade-Narks obtained end all Patent encvof These said are estate therefore to notify and admonish from said administration. I octg-em ___:4
the alliance leaders have Irtisine' conducted foi-MODEKATE FEES. A. W
since BtDDLZ
gone but death' Don't tell anybody you OUR OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U. S. PATENT all persons hcldiog claims against said estate to May 27.lStI3.--Cmn Administrator. Notice.
:i; into this third party business and are Arnica Salve. once and eean aocure patents in less time file the some in my office, duly authenticated on
have been a third party man, but or T>y the 2 thdav of January, A. D. 18'3. on ALL whom It rake nodeS' ,
and nt less cost than those remote from Wash TO mayconcern:
trying to carry the alliance, bodily come and vote the straight ticket The best salvo in thA world for cuts, ington. which day there will be a pro rata distribution of BETHEL CLASSICAL! nd MILIThRT..i that I wm not be responsible for any debt

into it also we are simply left out bruises, sore*., ulcers, salt nipum, fever tend model,drawing or photn, with descrip: the assets belonging to said estate, among the contract by my wife, Minnie Kleinschmidtt'
1. and nobody will ever know how near sores, tetter, chapped bands chilblains, tion. We advise if patentable or not, free of creditors of the &a-ne. l 1hl she having voluntarily left my b l and board. ,
because we will not follow after any skin is secured.A Witness my hand and seal of court this the 23th Prepare; ,orBnl3esCnlvenlUea and JOHN KLEI5SCBJHBJVr
came to falling from corns, and all cru>>tioas and posi chars Our fee not due till patent I
.. you grace.. day of July, A. D. 1802. Wett Point. C&tAlotma addreu M&j.J4, *
such leaders. Wo thealliance Little Book, How to Obtain Patents, with StarkeFla.sept Ist,18112.-4t <*
4' : want utjio lively euros piIs, or no pay required. It I [SEAL] WM. F. MALPHCHS, K.A. KclBTTU,Bethel Academy. Viiipans
of aet'ial clients in
state, county or
1 out of politics, and in politics the If yon want a Cue turnout, go to guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction teten,sent free. Address.your July 29. 1893. ._. County Judge.I Tabules Kipans Tabules .
euro nausea. dyspepsia.Kipans
or refunded. Price 25 cents cure
money per C. A. SNOW & CO.
* democratic party. J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s stables. Los. For sale by Starke Drug Co. Opp. Patent OSce. WASHISSTOX, D. C. I Eipans Tabules cure livoc troubles. Eipans Tabules banish paia. Tabules move Oxtttovrda ,

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,' ,' --- orn.J' Race. E. L. STEWART, 31Office D "t- ::.,
V Still in the ANNOUNCEMENTS.For '
RDtORD C COtJTELEGRfiPH. The state election is only ten day I Fresh 'rupbreakfast' bacon i A Short "Catechism. It lins been reported that 1 have with- V. ,'it't- "-".;' J-:. '1

.. oIL. cheap at Fred Martin & Co's.M. I What is tho chief grievance of the ravn from the race for Sheriff this is lo ShrrifT. 'V :: .

. .- SC'nator I ; of the democratic party? that all such reports are false, that Iam We ore nulUnrizcd t'' nnpoucro the t ., .j,* :
masses say
-; '231892: Ab will b{ electcd-to llamp. Jones was in the city I The eight-ballot-box election law. in Jbe race to the finish.. name of Mr. Ansel 1], Cone us II caiwli- S: fl-: );// Company. .j.TATF. VnI8tf

r 1i stay at honie. V i on Th>rsxlay lookidg as happy V a's What_i3' the second abomination' in V Respectfully. W. D. ALVAREZ. date tor sheriff of Rr.ulford coualy.i: ?.['. J"L '

Cone asks the suffrage of. the pl-oplcat .VV .
heir uelil?
cal af2iI"Vby Waster Gussie Long, or" Tampa ism ever.Rev. The poll tar prerequisite. lIe Has His Brother's Support. the October election. POWELL tie.r .
the city on a short vi.sit. Win. Shaw and family have Whal is their third source of annoy- Io All Whom it May Concern: I hereby announce myself a candidatefor ,

or flour when you returned from Atlanta to their home icce? Whereas it bus been reported that I am the office of Sheriff! of Bradford cour.-I '

. \ \Jny.infcr1 the same Miss i Annie Tydingl', of Anthony, at Temples Mill. The method of ar.sessir.2 l binds. pposing W. D. Alvarez for sheriff. I I desire fy, and ask the uffric'! of the ""tl'r3\t PHYSICIAN AND SUPQN.Offlee V

ciLn crctWet Home Rlcn3.rd.t. i is visiting :Mi s. lr. 'tewal't.I \Vhat arc they going to do about i it? to say: that such is not the case and Iam the coining election. Respectfully, -- V

at c1berger-& I I l1Crawfihaw of Lawtey, died Going to quit the democratic p:1.rtlUll not pushing the claims cf any oppos- II. \USTIS.I at Oaxfclii' fru s Store

prJce paJDts at Miss Clara Darby is visitiurr i with Wednesday of this week, the form another one that will repeal these jog candidate and know no reason whyV. FLORIDA ,
HUB "* I faithful announce myself a candidate STARK ,.
A fun & fTrubftStcrnburg her sister, Mrs.: Dr. Gaskins.: body was embalmed and carried to I uajusl measures \ D. Alvarez would not make hereby Shiviff of Bradford coun .-
in that directIOn for as mlTlstf
Have taken any steps consistent officer. ,
: they lull
Joncs' white dieS ga- Mr.'ill Brooks, of lckson\'il1e, Jacksonville for Initial in Evergreen I yet? I I Respectfully yours. .J. G. ALVAREZ.Staikc. ty. and solicit the support of the voters at CO: R-L -'PEK---'
N. J ccmctcl'she leaves devoted husband convention and IS!'!. I I the fall election Ht-'p clfully.
H See is ill theMrs. city visiting friNl s. a O yes they have held i Fla.. Sept. 23. P. :. Cnsvs. :\T1'OINEJ.\'i'-L.\W'. ami NOTAUand *
purcbase. V
!: | before YOU to mourn her loss. I nominated candidates Bradford. I -
silk ,----- Who is their leader! in this movement? To thtTVoTers of car.ilM.itu .
r incof' black um- Alice BIacl:, of Middlebnrg, --- knowledge I hereby announce myself a Fire Insurance.
Oar Metcalf of the Sun Any Party Uaskln. It hr.ving recently come to my for the office of Shcnff of Bradford county GLOBE
be surpassed.Truby spent last Sunday in tho city. Guy Tropical Ropn-scoU T.IVKRVOol.& U iSDOtt &
brellas cannot & Co. that there is not a marriageable Where i 13 U.ihkin from? that: a rival candidate: for the legisla- and respectfully solicit the (:rpt. of fKuVIOK ;': VAFM\UTf 1 >?;. USEllNWICH.SIICUIUTY. ,
Sternburg I. says lie is ex-member of the legislature from t-lcftion. atilt H'UriVfvU Tire Insurance
the the
voters at Chn1i:1g:
in the eastern
) Miss Eva Loom-y is visitin.r with young lady within: a radiua'of Marion (tire has stated to the voters t'.ral.\Jli Choice i.t& .if Land in town antl
county. ctflllr.
', jj.. J.Jones Has a full stock of her sister, Mrs. J. C. Richard,' Jr. six miles of Juno, the county seat of Who is llisliin: ? V portion i>f this county, that if 1H'rC P. ',l. BTRD. county for salt?. V .
and caskets in FLORIDA.Jiel3tf
ST \RKJ: -
coflius convene -
supplies, Dade This is a lich harvest A. great re ormer elected to the legislature, to V
funeral Mrs. Helen Drown, of Jacksonville county. What bas he thniie? ,\pril next, that I would vole for and The friends of Everett E. .'John ant _

at aU prices. is in the city visiting relatives. \ for girls ofnarriaea1leage._ lie is the caddy of the poll tax prerequisite work to secure the passage of measure nOIlDce.him a candidate for the office of Frazeo & Hall

kinds of baulinjc' done uromptat -- The trains on the Florida Central Uw.diiteUe + I hat would give a part of the east end of Sheriff
All W. Alvarez & Co.'s staHcs. Miss Atlanta BTitcb has just ic- and.Pcnhisuhir railroad have \ : ? Jjudford: to Cl-iy Putnam or Alachtiauntilks. for him the suffrage :1the enuring cl'?c- iltfys and Counsellors!! at law
J. ; peculiar the statement ,
I at turued from lie labored and voted for Hit passage of (' I pro'nour.ce lion. R'-'Speclfuby,
a short visit to Middlc-
Home names. The winter fast tr;into law.Au and now that I would MANY Pr.insns.
Domestic and New sowing tht: t-iglit-btviit-Iio\! election utterly false say lOOI NO.1. JOXL'y SLOCK.STARKE.
Tampa is called the ''Flying tiling else? use every effort to keep our teiritory intact : c-indi-
for sale by hurg.MI' I hereby announce myself as a BRADFORD CO. FLORIDA.
machines Sternburg & Co. J. G. Alvarez -made a flying Cracker ih .cd a certain well- I Yerf; ho favuied and voted for the present at least until our bonded debt is date for the oRlce of hheriu"of Bradford uld'g.! cor-, Third and
Truby desire change. And
known dub 1 the blower h 1 IV of assessment. fully! paid and the people a iui'1 solicit the sUi- Downey '
trip North, returning in less than a journalist to dismissed. E. P. W.It1.'Yorhl's county, icspcctfully Center strs. Fernandina FFa.
for the latest Great scolt! This class; is of the voters il the eheclin.Itespectfuhly .
Go to J. G. Alvarez \\ ce k. mail train the \\ alking iu-cuit.I port coming j)1. .
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J.isper Fair Itoute. n;: -- ---- -- --- .
of gents' collars. ------ -- lIe has recently named Conductor --- 't' EP'E'
,, *tvles. Mrs. E. \V. IJtirrougbs is i visiting Seibert's fa.t train the "Eleetrif 'i.Jm..A.Co'UGiH tea cures ConsUpaticn. The Ciicinni.ti. Hamilton and Dayton I hi-reby annoupci' myself! a cnndiilute 54. '

Jacksonville! consignments I -- -- ,-,-- is i the Pullman Vestibuled line \ for the ollice of Sited of Bradford county
Send your relatives at Old Town, in Suwanneufoiuity. it like electricity railroad; LAND SURVEYOH.l .
Gingersnap as run and
Cincinnati faithruTlv
the Florida Producer's \h'. Gjirdncr on the Tiiird PartyBy with dining curs between and promise if elected to

I to tf. andthe conductor is full of snap, \ 1'ealof, and lor justice sake to Ciieago.i: mining two trains each way ditcii.nrc- my d jtv.- County Surveyor.
: and Consumers' Excbange. will JJ:1.tul'c.-Sanfol the with luxurious \V. D. ALVAREZ.
as as good diiy in year V 1tI Notes '
\ Mr. Julius Adams Ins returned r.iy&eli find to my friends, I am constrained every trains and regular Pull- All Lines run from U. S. Surveys Fit
arc'hcaJ.. Chronic! ch mir ;:ars! on tiny Hli- etc.J2rOall .
. that we I herelayI1OUIce: myself.5 a ( l '.cveinnz and Brnlaass Systcmi,
Don't forget from a two weeks' trip in South to ilhutrate to the public a mat- : and improved compartment
in -.VeiM/rtf date for tIme flniceIf fcLeriJT of Ur-fjfrn at thi Office.
I quarters for Janus Means' sboes. Florida.Mr. i County Commissioners Court. ter wInch may seem t'> some unimportant, cars on tiiitht trains. Five trains a day county, and respectfully solicit th. support STARKS -. FLORIDA.
& Co. Indianapolis, two
Sternburg ------ --- met extra Ciucirniti and
Truby, The county commissioners III but( to my sense of duty lends( a pressure b;U\evii to St. of the voters at the coining election.K'spectfully. .
'1 Marion F. Moore, candidatefor session 17lh at 10 tdiis: with chair cars and sleepers, \Vi. TISON.For .
Saturday, September
1f nnd lace curtains at which seems nn1ieiribli. and through combination cars to \\T. II. RIVERSV .
;f Curtain poles tax assessor, was in the city on /. MU\S
J. G. Alvarez. o'clock a. in. Members presentVV 1 luive been fu-quciilly addressed as a Springfield and Keokuk. It is the direct Clerk ot Circuit Court.

:: Monday. Tmnblin .J. }J. Crews J. H. \Viliittnsand I and modest denial between Cincinnati, Lmvi Toledo
lliiul party: m-in: my line candidate DEALER{ IN-
:; The nicest table damask ill the G. W. Clyatt. Chairman: Todd benij: and Detroit. Tickets on sale everywhere.When I hereby nnnoanre myrclf ,
The sidewalks several to me nut sufficient the
on streets I of that fact seems now that they read via for re election: to the office of Clerk ot 1

7; city at N. J. Jones' cheap mammoth are in bad condition and should be absent \V.V.. Tumblin was made chairman to place me bi-yond criticism. My reply C. II. fc you D.,purchase cither m see or out of Cincinnati, Circuit conit of Bradford ,county and

;: dry goods store. repaired.The pro tern. i accordaiica; with my feelings shoulii) indianapolis or Toledo. E. O. McCon- respectfully solicit the support of my fellow GENERAL MERCHANDISE

.j i Justreccived a full line of JamesMeans' ---,--.-- -- The object of the meeting was to hear have been thus: Xo sir! I have not accepted MICK, General Pabscncer an.l Ticket citizens the ensuing c1'ctlCn.I' .
of the the !1'iiiie, nor am I a dupe of one 23-tf Very respectfully.
" J. G. Alvarez. next regular meeting any grievances of poisons \\hose uanu-s Agent. Cincinnati. O. 9
shoes'at Wcksa.
. S. 1,. J. A. will bo held at .:lissIfcaring's. I had Iwi-n I improperly stricken from theregistration who lus. I leg.ird: the ihird pariyitt'S as I' W. T.

J A new stock of coffins and caskets books. liy order of the bo.ird pirates who are !bouiihl nod paid for to do REASONS BUY GOODS, ,
1 N. J. Jones. the names of Robot.t Albeit, of tho sixth the dilly work of the republican paity. For Tax Collector.I V V

at The circuit district, :and F. M. Jlunhee, of the fifth Tlutirbt seek out the broken down politicians For Placing Prof. G. P. Young hereby announce myself a candidate NOTIONS
election and
:, Have you tried! Sweet Home hour? ftate I district. were ordered lebtored. and otlice seekers, then the uiisuspeclinji Superintendent of Schools. for re election to the office of Tax Collector V,

The sales are increasing every day. court will both be pciht in a \'eryshort I E. I,. Odoin presented his bond for 500 farmer, whom they I'eajre to add of Bradford county and respectfully V '4

The best trade utes it. For sale byHcibcrger ; time. I as supervisor of registration! with JL L. I to the icpubiicun juuty by the false clamor We need a. change., Professor Young solicit the support of my fellow BOOTS 0-

I JHcKinaey anll,1olm A. King as sureties, I of third patty I Yes sir.'l'peat that Ilegti is V a man or Uiiiiring energy ana inuusIrioiw r.itiz'---.--ls. Respectfully,

& Richard. \ Mr. Ed Duncan has accepted the' and, on motion. the bond was upptuvcd.On tlc m'm110 votes the so-called habits. and knows no such word as M. M. HALE.I SHOES and .

. of cashier in the Bradford I the ck-rk instructed to third : ticket I as either a broken downpoliticiiii
motion party
endless position was
of moral candidate
in an -
Spring goods quantity ballot boxes for the : buiight and paid: for, or, if he fail. He is of the highest type hereby announce myself A
N. J. Jones' mammoth store. County Bank.Mr. bill mill arrange the for Hie otlice of"n\ Collector of Bradford
is led
! at several election districts for state and: Is an tiusupccting; farmer that he diameter, and is qualified every way GROCERIES.Starke .
'/,ho with honor to himself county and respectfully ask he supportof
; J. G. Alvarez has justreceived a II. E. LagergrcM left Mondayfor county officers, to be he-Id October! 4th asitr.iy by :such: a; that l hu of to fill this position to the county. the voters at the coming election.
the third ticket knowing and incalculable good
the puty
furthci ordered that votes
1S92 and it
car load of "Diploma1' flour. Kissimmce, where he expects to shetiil; lake charge was cf the boxc-, and deliver I its mttiil t : t.tul dot-igns, lends In the "negro Something is due him for his many and Ili-spectfuUy, 'n. A. TOTVNSEND. Fla.

: of the make his home. them to one of the managers of each fus iksk1," and dottiicts from (mel continued benefits to the people brought The friend of W. A. Crosby respectfully .
stock most
Our groceries election d istricI. luturu \velf.iu of hinisi'lf uid of his about by him and made apparent to all announce him a candidate for the STARK DRUG COMPTf.

: complete in town and prices way There were about yuo( people at The bond ofV. :K. Meiicham. as auctioneer i.ei::libois of the south often under the most unfavorable circumstances office of Tax Collector for Bradford county -

: down to hard pan.Truby the third party meeting at Lake \\ts placed 100- That \.C iiee-litfoim isuuquestiouitbie i and we believe, if placed at the and having confidence in his merit

! Sternburg & Co. Butler last Tuesday. On motion, till hoard adjourned until but th;ih we sacrifice our only fo'-te (the i .iead of education, would do his best lo and ability to perform the duties of th: Is now located next to the Post V

.,- ,. the next regular St'SSIUU. ikraocnUic ty I ) ii> to the bands of pi- lead our! educational forces, gently and office, do earcesily! solicit for him the

: School books and stationery-new Humor says: that Mr. T. P. \Y. T. \VEEIW.ClcVi rates, with the vain hope of obtainingsuch surely,'alonir In the channels of success, suffrages of our fellow citizens. OClcc, where the public can find.
Uro's.i him who holds! the them to the noblest and highest -
? stock-at Morgan and Auditor. reform from and inspire llespec1fully.J.Ni' FRICNDS.
will becomea
Chain.-, (Lafayette, full clean.stock of fresh
shield of our eni-mj ? efforts of life for the most general ,
i Ask I C Wtbb for card stencils
benedict in a shoit while. \ The TcacJiyiy IJesolve By the above 1 hope to set aright the thorough education and elevation of tile For Tax Assessor.

1 etc., of the Florida Producer; andCoDsumers' I erroneous ideas ot pirtics who may be desirous minds and hearts of our land.
r Exchange. tf Mr. S. F. Ilauford, who was in The following were passedby i of placing:: me among the unobservant CITIZEN. I hereby announce myself a candidateor DIUGS,
-I the BraJlord county tea ehers at their I election to the ofiice of Tax Assessor
the city for several: l days left Tuesday of the( welfare of those among whomi MEDICiNES
: Job printing of all kinds at the'l'JLEGIU.PII for GremCove Sj.iing. Iiibtituto recently held sit Lnkc Butler: reside, amid as blind to facts so apparent. Railroad Notice. of Bradford county at the ensuing': dec
office. -- Wt. the leacheis of Bradford county, in S. F. GAIIDNEU. Notice is hereby given that a specialnceting of tion. and fellow respectfully ciiz! ns. I'efr pcclfllny.J. TOILET ARTICLES,

The recent heavy ruins; have put lubtituto n.s'emlJp.el.! loaiizmg the great ol the stockholders ot the StarKe my E. \.\ISImm1'. SPECTACLES,TRUSSES etc. V
: We have everything you need and 'the roads in bad shape. benefit that ;s being derived from these _ncEIrse'e \'>j!.ECr: CARJUI--: ,for fcraalc diseases.G. and Sampson City Railroad company will
county very -.s.o candidate
: will make prices to suit the need of annu.i: meetings il.-Mrc to tender our ap- -- be held at the court house in the town oftarke. hereby announce myself a i is under
should bu looked after.A \ Bradford cnunt.anti The Prescription department
They Florida the for Tux Assessor for
book.Truby pieci.uiou of the! Stifle; Ihcrcloic, P. Young ful' buiicrintcmiout.JiiAXUTE Bradford county : on
: your pocket sincere A. D. 1892. at 11 solicit tliq suffrage of the voters lit the immediate'control of MR. It. K.JOIXER. .
held Monday Itesolcctl, That we return our KAX., :ept. 13. 1893.To 15th day of October
Stcrnburg & Co. railroad meeting was I thiinks to Superintendent Hill and: thebiard the Honorable Citizens of Draclford Comity, o'clock :a. m.. to consider; ways and means the coming election. Respectful'I who has had 20 years: experience
at the court house. No business for their kindness : of saId road. L. 1). WALL. .
instruction -
of public : for completion rescriptioi carefully anti accurately
N. J.1,; one has 800 Crosby Cl me- of importance: was tr n:3ctell.I in airdn ing for the picsent Icbtitute.Ikxo'tcd. j'I'il I come! before YOI in the most commendable I.y orilfcr of the president. I 1 hereby announce myself as candidate: I filled day or night. Store open Sunday
lots fcr sale. F. R. IoRG.\;, '
tty: That v.e hticby express our Ilf all that of education. for the office of Tax Assessor of Bradford
I School opcnvd Monday under very 1 1I apptcciaiion lo the omof\ pub.ic instruction causes Secretary of S & S. C. It. R. Co. and respectfully solicit the nrm from 1 :20 p. m. to 3:30 p. m.
Write to the P. & C. Exchange, favorable circumstautvs, there being : ti.r the unanimous support givento asd (nc! to which my heart has aud will September 35. 1892. e of my fellow citizens at the coming Starke, Flsi.,

Jacksonville, for market prices before I about 120 pupils ii attcl1llance.I I the teachns of the county in their ever be pledged. I tally comprehend and election. If elected I shall visit each mqh33J.

you ship elsewhere. tf ---- i work during: the past Yeiir and), furthel'I the weighty and Jcceiving importance Try CLAgDIAUCK" tea for Dyspepsia. school district f.r tax re'urnsUespectlully : ,

\'. V t7VZlti; ; Will:; has moved his I more. thank tHem for making piovibion fee of ) work to which I. us t, A. .J. McKiKNEY. ? ;
New line of low shoes receiv- for us with! the bank, so thai weVele enabled : mighty flrbt-class beef porkor i
just of If: want ,
h stock of into his new building candidate! for younty superintendent you myself as :\ candidate !
goods value ot war- I hereby announce
tj itceive the face our !! !Tr 2
RJe at Truby, Sternburg'& Co. lext to Alvarez's meat market. ran ts. school! aspire as your gift. and as I come sausage go to L B Powell, and for the cilice, of Tax Assessor of !! 11
this time in words as
only my
.- assured Hrlt! Prof. Sclall has put before you you will get it. Bradford county and respectfully solicit
One lot of 8 cent calico reduced lining calls uf duty luve placed mu heie fur flsllol't at the '; :' : ,
Miss Jessie Jones left Sunday incoiibk'.erable: amount of he support ot Uie voters comingelection ; :2 : : ;
himselt to ,
to 5 cents at no while. Hut my desires arc io ic A full line of ..lame- Means eelebmated MARION F. iloor.s.To :. ;; :.\',. ,;" ?' /" :': 'i. : ... 'r" "' ,.., .t'.l'
for Lake City and other trouble l and in leaking P1ePLt.tLions I 1:1"' : -.
morning cxpensj
and work in the iutcust l f .. :'.).{
with .
Truby Sternburg & Co. Institute and that he you shoes for men awl boys at fi Ec7-:.1\ ,0', ''
for the differentpoliiical I' '
,, points before returning to Tampa. present Bradford, especially; in this the Cituac of Oo.V the p.op j comprising: the ', ,-:': '"- tt r, A'll.ijg
has labored ttainestly for the upbuilding Sternburg & I take : I
Truby cf Bradford
'f -- -- educilion.rIow rmtics county X. ZI'Jf': L i ) '
:! itt English, you know"Loi3ozi'Swe11s To polish kitchen knives nicely, of the schools! ot tLis county, therclore in coniifjr before this people --,- ---- ----- pleasure in announcing through tLc cnlimns !. Q.i rfi. 'I f'J"L-lt .

cigars at J. G. Alvarez. bicarbonate of soda with beit to consider claim J \ Hodges has a large stock of of the TKLKGRAITI myself a candidate -I"t"\ t'i'C"l 't "lrJ'
mix a little gain 1 urge \oux my : "':'l';. f .L2.i .
hear1iltendcr ..
EteoltXi, That we most 1 offer intellcctl.Ilworlh 1 I that ho i-5 bound to sell. for the office of Tax Assessor of c .."., .
this clothing .
my '
for pobiiion. i a
and rub them thoroughly. ; '
brick dust in _'J.f'i.I.,, 1I We make returns on day of Ealc.Fl. our thank u him for ths m:inner ip.oial abiliij' and entire consecra- Call ami see it. Bradford county, and respectfully ask t''t.mJ4W; -.T\.n ''';"L.1

P. & C. Exchange which lie Iiid: in&tiucted us -and for the work. to support me in the coming el' c1iln. =l;' -.: ". ." : ..1. '1; Wl -
Mrs. J. R. Martin left yesterday made for the of all lion lo the rou : ..,: :. : '.ii ;
elloits IIOBGE3.
iidyuncoincDt Fli&t to be) suitably and veil!! OLD RIP TOBACCO HAnDY N.
for Kentucky to visIt her daughter, I connected with the Institute during this This is '
qu.ililied to fill this position. avery L. GASKIKS
ONE MILLION BOXES of oranges Mrs. i'annieVil1ianr:, who h quite session.Iti'xolva.1. I I impoiunt point ,in selcetiiig a man to, II ''ll chew this brand, who pevtr For Treasurer.I I .

wanted Burton K. Barrs ill. That we lecoMnnend to the overlook our school work lie ought,yea. tried before, hereby announce myself a candidatefor DEALER IS

by ---'--- teachers of Bradford county the system of I mi-l be intellectually! qualified or the And having bought it once, comes re-election to the office of Treasurer Drugs & Medicines
board of public
Jacksonville. the
.. Last Tuesday's Time!-Union wasa grading adopted by school work will be largely a tailure. back for of'Brad ford county. and respectful!} sol
of instruction tor the Bradford County High I children to educate and more. hit the (If fellow citizens at Sbu'J\O, }Flu
number. It was full politics Second. I hive support my
If you want to feel gopd and sleep good of School, inclusive of the first six guides a he highest aiubilion of my life is to have Sold by Truny, Sternburg. & Co. the coming election. Veiy respectfully, Physicians' Prescriptions
well at to Powell and and has been .1 messenger of which: is hereunto nLlach ll. -'--- J. w. KELLTOC.
night, go get copy _ood cliools: for them. All I have is inJr.idford fwura dav ornlJl.
much good.It :8. G. DAitXKTT, Ch:in man. Try our cig.irs, we have the best'ssortrnent Carefu-f anipouitaed at a V
of his FOIittThis
some meat. county, propel'lyunIHfc
A. E. JONES. Secretary.It. the city. I hereby Announce myself a candidatefor :
unless ha\e in
failure r
i is said that Senator Call has T. DOAVLIXG, tl-e office of Treasurer (.! Bradford
reduced & Co.
All summer goods at good bchools. to which my personal attention Truby, Stcrnburg ask the supportof .
and rcs-pcclfully
prices. Truby, Sternburg & Co Brought more third paity; people} ALMEKU, LEITULR, would be given, with my time anil county the voters at the coming election. YfTNER

jack to faith than any one man: in Committee. my nlk-t-t energy. I have never uudet.iUen \V c. have just received a large Respectfully S. 1>. DERllAlm: S -

Peaches, grapes, berries, vegetables the campaign. nnj thing without giving nyzca\ consignment of fresh Landreth's
,- anti time to it. This gives success to all For School SUlcl'intemcnt.
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and in Resolutions !
etc. season. seeds.
oranges garden

tf 1'. .& C. Ex., Jacksonville.The Pablo Mr, Tompsett Beach, where has he returned has been from for At a meeting ot the Baptist church of enterprises Thin In order that the schools of the TruLy., Stcrnburg & Co. I election hereby announce to Ihe office myself of Superintendent a candidatefor %Patchaker anu .

Starke, Florida, in conference assembled. be eminently successful i would --------
time for his health. lie is county Specimen Cases. of Public Instruction for Bradford coun- .
TELEGRAPH will be to some to draft suitable tin' all the advantage of a sober of
sent a committee was appointed give m and solicit the support
I Iuprighl. respectfully
New Cnssel Wis., was ty,
K. II. Clifford, '
any address for $1 a year. much improved.If resolutions on the departure of Miss t. moral, industrirus trust worthy of troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism my fellow citizens at the ensuing c! :cton.Respectfully. .
fl'11the practice .
character .
11'c.all unpleasant Maude Powell fromthe state, expressiveof his Stomach wan disordered, his Jeweler.
Go to J. G. Alval' for the best feather pillows biibery. the use of intoxicating liquors, affected to alarming degree 'f. J DEKLE.

5c cigar. smell plat-o them before a the sense of the church in due appreciation their sde: or fuitlu-rance in any way theme appetite Liver was fell away, and he was terribly I hereby announce myself a candidatefor

good fire and let them have a good, of her services -us organist and of profane language or its influence in reduced in fksh: and strength. Tnree I of Public Instructionfor
Men's straw hats various styles and furthermore. I would not cured him. Superintendent taxke Fla.
drying. leader of the choir and a faithful Sunday anyway: bottlos of Electric Bitters .. Bradford county and respectfully
and shapes, nice and cheap at The only strive to be strictly moral! myself, bu Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Ill", of the voters at the 1
time tie:
-- for solicit support
school worker a long past.
all teachers and pupils to his leg ot'8 years'standing.
J. G. Alvarez.No is scarce this to( influence pay; had a runnln soroou .
Local matter
very following was presented to her as a testimonial a deeper ;and a higher regard to this elevjilion Used threo bottles of Electric coming election. Respectfully.
week. Our friends have not takena in which her ser- of school woik than has ever been Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's II. C. PEEPLES. ofWatches
of the esteem '
trouble to gt your money lively interest in gathering before und in this way, r.s well as in the Arnica Salvo, and his leg is sound and I hereby announce myself a candidatefor ; Largest .Assortment
when deal with the P. & C. Exchange very such organist and leader of the had
you for the vices as efficiency of the work _anti in every other well. John Speaker, Catawba, Ohio, re-election to the office of Superintendent -

tt nevvs: paper. choir w 're heldVUEIIExS : give prominence and ptoJit to this live large fever sores "n his leg, doctors of Public Instruction for Biad- Clocks and
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way. bottle Electric -
M. L. MclCinncycandidate for \ Miss MauJe Powell has for the higliial and most important of alman's said \vas4ncnrabli. Arnica ford! connty. respectfully ask the support ,
If Four-in-hand and box Bncltlen'a
you want a pretty i time served the Bapli church of vtoiks here on earth. Hitters one of the voters at the coming election.
long Sold
the making a a cured him enti rely. by
very Halve
tie scarf I J. L. HILL.
or cheap go to school as organistand vote3. and Respectfully Jewelry
and her Sunday me
is in Slaike Kind citIzens, give your Starke Drug Company's drug store. 3 ,
J. G. Alvarez. campaign and putting many leader of Ihe choir, and i3 now about I when I am elected superintendent If I announce myself n candidate for the

LADIES ask forfOKD'S good licks for democracy. I leaving the slate to enter new fields of activity schools in your county I will give you Ihe &!c lree'a Wine( of Carda office of Superintendent of Schools in

and, best i-llort of my life to place Bradford .. Bradford county, Fla., and kindly ask the given to there-
"Don't YOU know better than to WHEREAS The chuich and Sunday county schools iu the best condition and and THEDFORD'S BLACKDRAUGHT are hearty support of the citizens at the bailotbox Special attention

G put your arm around a lady's waist?" school desire to give some token of the respect in the least lime possible by .working for sale by the following merchants ia and promise that 1 will live uprightly pairing of Clocks and Watches .

1 she cried indignantly. "I know few in which such services nre held; harder and better and gelling every person and in the full and faithful dischargeof Good work done at reasonable rates.

Alt \ said. Boston Rewlwl, That it affords tnis committeeon interested, or that can be made inter Bradford county: the duties of that office. Hopefully.

ut Truby Sternbui { Co things better, he behalf of the fctarke Baptist church ester, to work harder and better for the STARKE G. W.YOUNG.DRUG Hampton.Co., Starke. G, P. YOUNG II :

and Sunday school, to say that Miss purity efficiency and elevation of the JNO.A. KING, Lake Butler. I FOR SALE

Fine horses and carriages at JV Post.Mr. Maude Powell has for several years past sCHools01 school work in our county.Be J. P. McCULLEY,Lawtey. For County Judge.

Alvarez & Co. S. \. Alvarez has purchasedMr. continuously served the church aDd bun- sure you remember on election day H. C. PARKER New River. I hereby Announce myself a candidatefor I The following described property located .

Powell's meat market and Mr. day school in the capacity of organist and your sure aud ever-faithful friend to education re-election to the office of CountyJudge within the corpoiate limits of the

J. II. Alvarez has closed his market. leader of the choir, and in such capacityhas G. P YOCXG.S G. W. Young, I of Bradford county and respectfully town of Starke, is offered for sale: '
market served creditably to herself us a fine solicit the support of the voters at
with .Vonen.
This leaves the city one S OFCARDUI, a Tonic Two Acres of Land
performer at the instrument, evincing the ensuing

jjj1 again. musical talent of a high order both instrumental A Pretty Surprise.A GENERAL BLACKSMITHAND e1ection.W'l_ F. I.\LFnup..s. well fenced upon which is n. good. well

and vocal; aud the coaimitlee fur- for the ofiice of painted and plastered two-story dwellingan -,
and charmingly candidate
Cows lying around the streets on iu testifying that such beautifully illustrated I am a

dark nights are a terror to the late ther services take have pleasure been rendered promptly, bound edition of Longfellow's! County Judge and solicit the support ol excellent well of water hrkkeI'rrom

of "Evar.gelme.! the most 'popular long the voters of Bradford county. I the clay; good stable and outbuildings,
The fear riding a efficiently and with a painstaking care.
straggler. WOODWORKER J. IL TirCILRD.citUQ .
of artist ever published by an American author is list of the Trees .
ww\ climbing a indicating the earnest interest an poem The following a growing
steer or upon
young and one of the most famous poems
; the ia: the beauty of herwork. located at the old tinshop, where he Scientific AraltricaJft'7i the place:
I heifer's back is i trying on nerves. church and Sunday .in the language, just published is a pretty Is upon
Ktaolted, That the the loss of her ser- surprise for bool -lo'lers. It is in large is prepared to make or repair all kinds of pa1Aucy for 90 Plum Trees J 13 varieties 2d Year

H Mr. S. P. Crews icports gatheringover school vices deeply as well regret also the separation from, type r.umcrous and excellent illustrations, iron tin or wood-work. He will ruaKc .'" bearing; (Jh'.'.stnuts .1,2 varieties Ap.
bushels of corn from 13 fine and gilt edges, remarkably yon a wagon or repair your coffeepot;
300 heavy paper
one of he/ social and Christian congeniality very with buggy: e pies, C trees (3 Standard) 3 on Pear roots;
make a plow or repair your
acres of land. This is a remarkably but commend her to the kind consideration title and handsome ornaments.sloth No illustrated shoe your you horse or sell you a Chicago : m iIt. Oranjje Trees. 4 varieties; 77 Pear;
of those into gIlt
what attention
shows can and
but gentle
good yield, only be cast, will edition has ever before been published at Aermotor. --, '". 4 varieties; Apricot 7; Persimmon
THEY COPY US. be done if a man tries. whose society her that lot she may will be found less cost than $1.00, and that is about Now, Mr. Farmer, it will pay you to 'a'c.j' ,' 77. choicest varieties; Peach 80, large
the assurance it 9
the price of this to find out all about this windmill as can CAVEATS.TRADE ,
We jire being copied and we regard it Mr. II. N. Richard. county jailer, worthy in every respect. what be. but you it isn't might-it guess sells for only 19 cents! be used for any purpose that water powfrcan '" OSSIQN PATENTS MAR;", selected varieties; Quince Chinese.. .
M a Retdixd, That a copy of this preamble I When are in town 'Wtv.1I"I I All the above trees are in bearing most
compliment As a matter of fact we found it necessary to gag a prisonerthis tendered to Miss Maude plus 6 cents for postage, if by mail. This be put to. you COPYRIGHTS etc. i

f&l.ber like it than olherwise. It makes it week for infoiehce. The county and resolutions be furnished the TELEGRAPH covers only al>out the actual cost of mau- call and learn all about it. It does not Tor Informal'JTI and free noaCbooTt write to ,' of them in their. second year.
Powell, and a copy take load of money to purchaseone MUNN & CO.. ama BaOADWAT. NEW YORE,
the publisher'sobject a
abS9lutely track sure tUat wc arc on the right prisoners are getting fat and sleek, for publication.Tnos. ufactute l eiug by not the profit 100.000.but to show thebookloving but wagon It is worth a big pocket full to Oldea patent bn' .u>fcitea for accurtnc omit by no patenta is brorgbt in America.Erery befor. ThIs place must be seen to be appreci.

though therwnsn't any doubt of it and, judging from the above, also E. BCGG Chairman. millions what he can do. you. V the pubii by a notice given free ot claxjje in theJ ated. For further information apply to

before.for And.the 'ccPVi&ts,bV the way to, here ocu'py is something then- "sassy." L-MRS.D.VALL.EPPKRSOX. but His only publications direct; catalogue arc not ,sold over by 100 dealers pages,, GEO W. YOUNG, ,i LfltiC i wnsw DIr..A". L. SCOTT,

tUInd with A enjoyable party was given WINNIE in its is sent for FIn. Htarke Fla.
: Let very curiosity way Stark -
them try to sell such W. T. WEEKS, a literary LanPlt c1rea1ltlO11 of lID',cleltl1P.paper tit the
Shoes as we are at the residence of Dr. Stewart, on Committee. a 2-cent stamp. Every home in the land world. SpllJtldlY IlJustnted. No Jr.tellll/ent .
O. O.F.Regular.4
is a.big difference offering for $1.50. Tht're Walnut street, Tuesday evening. 20th, 1S93. I ought to have a copy of this Evangeline If you are duo anything on your nan I.ear;Iho11ld,1.50 sIx bf 1DQJJt.hs.witbOtlt AIdIeS It. Week11L Mtfl'2t 3.0a CO.'t .A ''. -.,.'. eenpt I '!ezT Ts.4ivV
n trying IllHl rather inclementand September so charmingly beautiful, as a poem. as a subscription to'the TELEGRAPH we USB&B,351.1SrOJM1WIU,New Ofk.' 1.5 ightirt-th4libaL Tr.a.sien .
The weather was V ,
'. cn't UCCeedixg. They may try to 11r. but it the ladies were somewhat Through this campaign it 'is necessaryfor collection of artistic illustrations and as a will take oats/corn, fodder, potatoes Bradford Lodge, No, 42, F. V& A.' M _<.*. *--a.* touted.\ Broth'J.UOLOW.rcmtinh
be done; they young to keep posted upon of the book-making art. Address. ., N.G.
ll1ay try tomatch every democrat product chickens anything else MetThursday night before the third V -
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ect-it can't want to turn off and allow WM. F. HALPHURS.W.n.
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J! ASIATIC CHOLERA. levels. Impure water,. lowness .of sites, FLORIDA'S SEWS) BUDGET -HOUSEHOLD--------3IATTEIL.'o ---- !. a Sunder School Plenle. .

and the emanation arising from the decomposition I yield he gives as follows: I
?. -4; Corn 130, sugar cane 100. rice 120, oats Canadian customs officer distinguished
of animal refuse stated cnETODECretonne A.
: ITS ORIGIN, METHODS OP 150, tobacco 200. This indicates most himself a few days ago by assess-
PRE as the local which favor
causes the rule are u
': VENTION AND TREATMENT.I &tion and development of the prop dis I Contaiii a Variety of! Merestiiii gratifying diversification progress and in home the' products direction of of either- sent to draperies the professional as a cleaner, or Tn-r a Buffalo ice cream Sunday which school they picnic took parry over SDo

:. ease.Personal staple supplies. Some of the southern else ruined by home washing. A sample! u $9.60'Q of their lunch.
: Entertaining To1c into Canada as a part
How Cholera Germ. Mar He Extlr cleanliness is of such obvious I states will produce more than enough of the cretonne should first be washed in I

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and ot Cleanliness In and worth calling attention to but for thefact I The Times-Union says: )[ E- L backward tendency in cotton production set the color and then be dried in a darfc Young-old men.thin, nerv U'.peevfah cranky the ban.t.!n!', the tro,, um

.' About the House. that many very respectable peoplv Goodsell H willing to furnish ship means an advance toward agricultural independence room. None of the ordinary grades of creatures are darT met with. They should 1es.The DnraDli.an4 P.1.slm;So itom. ___ -

,i are so particular about the condition of! I advance '73 cents per box on al orange and genuine prosperity. soap should be used. The greatest risk take H08tetter.s StomaCh Bitters and 8trength- ot eo! .ipackage.'ttn 5ery

the stomach and liTer, kidneys and other consignments for directexport his vessel in fading lies in the drying, and a darkroom en their puny frame freshen up their jaded

,. a pamphlet upon Asiatic organs that they almost entirely ignore about November 1. He is trying too | The Exehaag Expiates. should always be used for this n appttites. cranqtrl their tremulous nerTeLWe

: fROY issued for free circula. the important functions performed by d something iu the way of solving the The following communication is self- possible. If the colors are not too bright lIve too fast. that.s the fact and Impair MERCURIAL

by Dr. L. H. Harris, of the skin. With a healthy skin well[ orange marketing problem. If the growL explanatory: this method will insure satisfaction.Xew .- "talitT early. Tbebt tonic tOC'1T io the dT5peP.a.Bitters.
: be retied acon
burg, Penn., ire make the cared for would absolutely refuse to help themselTesthis To the editor whjehma' sm. Mr.J. -- ,
one have ]less occasion L f of the Times-Union : York World. liver and kidney dL'Orders 800 r.rnma C.Jonesof Fulton 'f'i.F'
-.. following extracts concerning the dis. to consider internal organs. It is not so, i in matter and discourage the honest Some of your correspondents seem dispoed 'About ten ,

:i, ., : ease, its prevention and proper method* much the matter of bathing as it is ace- efforts of o'hers to help them they : to criticise the circular letter of Ic i is not the false! treth which; should I rv- ffVPvfl tracted Eererecaa years

.. of treatment: for I ever to improve market sysI the executive committee of THE CAR OF A I1ASX ix objectionable, but the false tongue be- poison. physicians
cessity exposing the entire surface of i the Floridafruit instrument ol I
2 rpt A good is not
; :: In "Wood's Practice of Medicine, the body to the atmosphere. The entire I j \r n't they willing to risk anything : exchange furnishing the growers piano an Bat this imiul I thtnu medicine after medicine,T l
: but rather of
-t ." 1855,"we read that although long known body should be sponged off with water on the eprimentl with best infonnition: attainable in reffer- a day a it without any relief. also triaa

i' : in India, the cholera first began to attract twice a da\. A bath room is not a necessity ence to the-condition of the fruit crop in durability is only secured ill-treated by giving it 'I.pi. P.elaze JIallerf Free. > nat and potash remedieRHEUMAfI witk
:' the this proper care. If a piano is; Bile lfem New York.
of the that and
medical pro. a basin of water, a sponge and a Commlssioaer: Jackson reports country Europe, and expressing

;;'A' '.. fession generally in the year 1817, when towel are all tha t is really required, betthe work on the foundations of the Florida the opinion that they ought, in view of soon rewards the owner by becoming But allordinary" !1 The eZC.lmud Government pro-t

.:Z .: U broke out as an epidemic: with great; entire body should be exposed to !state building: a Chicago: "&begun last the condition, to get $1.50 pr box on tin-panny and harsh in tone. starting a silk industry ia its north- I
t.. this instrument ptses
4: violence in Bengal and then commenced th or daring this ablution night and I I 3 l cdY. The framework will be completed the trees. It would hardly seem necessary practice en ,. districts. cesfuircsultsbutwhich

?;._ t the fearful march which did not cease mo miner. : by Oitt-ber I, and the coquina to say that the price named was intended whether by a grown person who understands era 1 attack of mercuri

4' 4. until it had encircled the globe. ]veneering will be finisbeJ in season for to apply to the bright good fruit, how to touch the keys, or by ji Cur f fir Colds.Ie*ers awl Gea:rl Debilitr.S modo life rem .
The diet should be bottlg. my Ole of
carefully guarded L'ue lkan- e. t-er
*. When Dr. Wood wrote in 1854 there (the dedication ceremonies October 20, 21 such as buyers always seek to cbtain. child who is learning, will not harm it SZi ermg four years I agony. .

seemed to be'a though not necessarily restricted to any (and 22. A car-load of choice plants Later inform great uncertainty in the great extent. It should be such as to the Ponce de Leon hotel the apple confirms the for for Ireland! at Belfast, to losing &.a &+ -
., minds of the medical profession and from gardens is crop statements daily practice in a private family hea-lquarters i. taking several bottles, I -'
t maintain the digestive organs and the j in tbe horticul ural made by the committee that the if it -i'JCO'J.' much diversity of now : buiding. apple years without becoming worn cut cost cnrod and ablo to resucia I-
opinion as to the Trori
nature eeneral in the best .
: ; of the specific cause of the disease. ditioa vftbout system possible con ;E'ghty-five bearing orange, crops of the North and West are be of rood tone and make to begin with. t:on ran teed. i lb the greatesttt 2

.;W Even at that stimulation or depression anil olive trees are COon the way to very short, and the conditions are favorable Xo piano can be thumped or pounded We ere willing tu btaiwl the lor*. If yoa bny J bloodpoisoning
'Lt' early' date the "germ L and should consist of both animal and I I Chicago from Bclair Grove, Florida. for obtaining a good price far with impunity.A a bottlo of H.IIJ.J. -.- .II" 3-atf awl tin not gethxtbiu tho market t0i4b1r i,.

theory, though not understood as now, vegetable food. Unripe fruits, as well 1 are increasing daily. The oranges the coming season. The executive upon 4t writ! tu .iii. tInt cheer.nliy '';
Applications should be tuned J F. :hllrll ct Co.
piano frequently rltund "ur "'f' :
____t On was Taguely this hinted at by more than one. as those which: are overripe, should b? state commis.stn. urges active work by all committee felt it their duty to ap- and by a competent tuner. An incapable } Sea'"or s. free.Traitije oa S Blood WBT Si-rono and Sttt; Co',-a61.ugusl

J. question Dr. Wood writes, avoided. Vegetables which are not freand i interested. l rise the fruit growers of these facts in if in -
workman can easily work irreparable C.users( of clover, hug a room
r "some have been disposed to refer the those difficult of digestion order to enable theoi to judge for themselves
.t properly injury to the most perfect and al left to dry and shed their perfume
: -I results I
to invisible
animalcule1 and be as to the
(, dispensed with and meats which G01trnor'pp.iot meat. probable market priceto files
while admitting that Governor Fleming lrn math the following be obtained and costly instruments. For the first year a thriugh the air. will_drive away \
many circumstances I have bees kept for any length of time to express their '
tend to show that such a theory is" should not be used. ,!l addit02il sppointments: W. A. opinion: u to price as some guide to help piano should be frequently tuned; after riaacliolr proraptijrelie. ,<*1 by Satail Bus

I the bounds of a reasonable probability Attention to the diet is of the most Bnant of Wew.hitchk to be nour. thtm to fix price th nalves. The average that the intervals may be long or short, lka.'b. _ _ ,

( 'd7 adds, "still it must be confessed I importance if there is a general tendency ;public for state at larze; E. R. price of any past crop includes all according :as the instrument is in constant Pitt bars lad)' make* more ny.nrTrhLt teaclafos" ;f
I IL- S that the opinion is without proof; as I to looseness of the bowels. la j iucton of Roctestt X. Y., to be commis- grades of fruit from the best to thepoorest. or occasional use. ': than any pre. hjr in make* Flower

I these animalcules hare never been de.. such cases essence of beef, beef tea sioner of detds for Florida in Xew York; Such an average woud! not Dampness is the most dangerous tachia"re ii.1. i :

_.- tected." chicken with rice broiled chicken, A. B. Torry of Crescent Cty to be jus- apply to the best grades of fruit or the enemy to contend against in the care of BROwn'S Iron BS'tersrli "!" DTre1'eAM&T-

; It has been reserved for medical I broiled beef soup steak mutton, Iamb \ice of the peace for distrirt Xo. 1, in poi rest, and every fruit-grower can judge the piano. If it be kept it a damp ittlloiism and ceD! Give f I have been troubled :
01 chops ?trvn th. aids Du-M'ton. tone-* the cerresre.k
scientists Putnam county; L. L. Xewom of Crescent for himself what grades of fruit he has room, or a draft of air be allowed to i
of SIU&1n
The be-t bate tor
our oaru day and within the broiledboiled ricetea and toast and similar \'l"tite. sia, but after a fair trial
J City to be con table for district Xo. and govern his price eccordinglv. It is play upon it, any instrument would be \oIOllt n.welt women and thil treo oc
past ten or twelve to and I articles of food should Ii .
years develop be given the 1 in Putnam Charles F. Fink- certain that --- Flower am freed from theven
county; quite buyers will endeavor to ruined, the tuningpins and the metal ..
I prove the to-called germ theory, and it; preference. Gum Arabic water with los f Mnr a yoanz cum who works hard during trouble-J. C. 0
ham of New York be obtain
is now city to commi5!ien. as larze A share as possible: of the portions becoming rusty, and the cloth the thy allows his handi to so t! waist during Young,

< ', .- diseases generally referred accepted by all that the sugar may be used freely as a drink i er of deeds for Florida in New York; best grades cf fruit at a low price. The used in the construction of the keys and t t'lnnin;.__ _ College, Harrodsburg, K _.' "

catarrh to by Dr. Wood' Salt meats, fish whether fresh or Silted, E. E. Mizell of Kathleen '0 be notary !language used by the executive com- the action becoming swollen. Such a The Trae Laxative' PrinripSe headacheoneyea.rstead1/0n" '

; and influenza are also diseases I oysters, clams, vegetables, fruits and all public for the state; E. E. Reese of Pen mitee of th- fruit exchange; in their! piano is an aggravation to temper if one Of the p Lints us d in- mann?u taring the t August Flower cured ne.!!Iti

I propagated entirely by distinctivejermj, greasy food should be avoided, and the :sacola to be notary public for the state; circular is'5 follows: "Hence, in viewof attempts playing it. pleasant. nmeJryrnp of Figa, Las a permA-i positively worth one hundred

which hare been isolated and Terr patient should be kept as quiet as possible :- .. V. Clubbs of nsacolt to delegate the information have upon ocntly bene cL I Sect on the Lumaa system j
we obtained, ard If the of t Smith
keys a piano become discolored tome-J. P.Y.
minutely described. Professor Kocb, the perfect rest being desirable. to the 3Iinnesota forestry congress; from the present outlook of the \1'"Lit' the vegetable extra*ts and mia- ( _(.
eminent bacteriologist of Berlin, by his I Excessive labor both of brain and Charles F_ McRorv of New Berlin to be we think that the fruit or dirty, they can be whitenedor ert solutions usually! sold as medicines,are ilerchint Townsend, On"l..1

j personal experience and, experiments ia II body, worriments, anxieties, sudden notary public for Duval cousty; Ma'.Iory!! ought to obtain $1.50 box grower on tbe cleansed by removing the front and penE.inentlj' injtirioai. Being well informed. i used it myself for constipauoi'iii
India in F. HOrDe per the slip of wood over them: then lifting ton wiU use the true reraedr onlr. Manufactured '
and of be ,
Egypt elsewhere during changes of temperature and everything Jasper to rotary public tree for good maketabie fruit if they dyspepsLanditenredme, 1tbestsellerleverhandledC a |_
)c the epidemic of 1S53 and IfcSJ, has established which tends to debilitate, enervate or for the state; John 51. B :kdale of dispose i of their fruit in this mancer." each key separately, wipe off with a by the California Fig Syrup Co. I Kflifc

-f beyond serious question the depress the system should be avoided. Otter creek to be justice of the peace for This seems sufficiently! guarded and explicit damp rag which has been wetted in The fevrma amon: tlw crowd of women at : Druggist )Iechl csburg-; ;PiiW ,
district X". 3 in clean cold water. Dry with soft the af tern*0 i teas 01,: as if they wanted to
.., fact that cholera in its malignant form The necessity for drinking water Levy couaty; C. M. and we do not s-e how it-could be a Lome. go "
p. .; also pure DUI ree of Inverses* to be cloth. If the keys are sticky from chil _ _ 'f'l =
u a bacterial or germ disease, has already been dwelt bu this { notary public misunderstood, taken in connection with I :1
:1- I upon i Smatter for the state; Benjimin Ory of New dren's fingers, the cloth used in the beginning .\ .Hatter of Life *r" ::
baring isolated and identified the a of such vital importance that it the whole tenor of the circulir. The aim Do von know the *tate of the blood run- Ji' -

'' "comma bacillus" as the peculiar germ may well be referred to again. A small 1 Orleans to be commiis'oaer of deeds for of the fruit exchange is always! to help can be dampened with alcohol. unr in your vein-i,the canac of four sickness:
: Florida in Louisiana; Braxtoa Small of the Yellow keys should to cr j our health? This is a most inportant mat.
always existing in every case of genuine quanity of citric acid or lemon juice if grower get the best priee f.r his fruit exposed strongsunlight .0h.h. '
ter. althoasri overlooked
who showa
.Jarcr to be justice of the for district i-pl v
cholera and Lever found under other added to the water will be found bothagreeable peace and to furnsh him with the most reiub'e: daily until they whiten. jrreat deal of K J"d tn.- circumstances. Xo. 2 in Hamilton county; Elijah information to guide him in marketing: Ladies' Home JournaL Wo-jd lis* to be kej>t pair.or voni-whole system 'i. .
J and beneficial and may be used L. Gray of Narrows to be notary public his fruit. gradually bfcome-t a wreck. It ots very little
These cholera germs may exist to a as freely as desired. for the state I.. Bethel _ _ to check disease and correct the state of the g
of .
| Henry ,
::. : limited extent in thcrair ; Key i. --" FBCTT PSE3ERVES AMJ JELLIES. blood if the mattpr id taken up in time; bit it
during Cholera
4. periods although infectious, spread by: I West to be auctioneer for Monroe count The 3Iemory. cots a great deal.aad tsiften im}tJIsible. if
: when the disease is epidemic, but mote some hidden or diffusive power, is not t!; George.E. Will of Key West f be T concluding. remarks of MissI'arola's taken np after dixn-e has gained a foothold. .

I generally find their way into the cystcai contagious disease. It is not for 3lonrce it talk on the preserving of fruits If you are tronbled with Syphilis. Itch. Hu -
: conveyed norary public county ; J. One can possess no more disagreeable! 11lO.nIlin N. it-kin: .'& Rheumatism.
': by the drinking of impure water, and by personal contact as is small-pox and Cootb of ife'y Harbor to be notary a thing than a treacherous memory. This before the Massachusetts Horticultural |Pimple Scrofula, ilalana, Cat.uri Fevers

7 5 one of the best precaationary methods i is some other diseases. It is important public for IIihb! rough county; W. X.MeicLam is often natural but is more frequently Society were devoted to preserves and ,Liver,or and any Kidney other disorders diseases.resaltiae Old Sores from Eruptions impure -

to use no water for drinking except that that this fact should be emphasizsd so of Stark to be auctioneer for caused by rapid reading or careless listen jellies. She said: bloud. write at once to Dr. >. C. Parsons.avannah. ,

: _: :,.: ,. which has been boiled. Spring waterand there need be no hesitancy in caring :: BnifcrJ county ; E. D, O lain of Starketo ing. A good memory Ls to be desired Preserving with sugar pound for pound derful> remedy.Ga. and His only Blotxi costs PurtflT oae is dollar a won rKeuLuinz '

:. .. ; that from shallow wells should be for those aflicted with the disease. I be supervisor of rejiistraticn for Bradford more than any one thing, and it is won is not extensively practised now, most LouIe. send ?c stamp for pamphlet containing p I

; ,_ especially avoided. j I county George Far'ey! of Mariannx derful how few persons possess it. In people preferring the simpler and more a Parsons lot or private Female and vatwibte jnf,nnatlon. Pr I I
Pills eicscious. -
J. _' The development of the germ theory RELIABLE KEClPKs. to be notary public for the state. reading one can do much toward pre;erviag healthful mode of canning with a small "rite to him without Iiday.are very I t -
I I .
., of this disease enables the medical proCession this flculty..fter perusing a few quantity of sugar; still, there are some -
: :, to control :t to a greater extent PEACH DOf.PLlxGTo every cupful I I 'o 8.&f'.li.1IbODt Freight Kate. }pages one should close the book lad endeavor things that are better for the following The Only Owe Ever Primed. I PEL!EVES aH StmarYKsteatRC&TOVES

:- .. than formerly and suggests many means of sifted flour allow one teaspoonful of !I Commissioner Jackson in a communication to recall as much as possible of of this mode. I think there ia no fruit There is CAN a 3-inch TOt FIXD THE advertisement woo? in :jraraa. SensoctCovGo3. -

S' :.- 'tof prevention entirely unknown during baking powder and.,one large spoonfoi I to the Times-Union from Chicago, what has been read-the language, the more delicious than the strawberry 'ttis paper this week.display wnica has no two words I REVIVES PlTX

; ;: 'f former epidemics. This cholera germ is of butter. Make into a soft Joujrh as sa\s: Tbe World's fair officials have just most trivial expression, even the position! either fresh or preserved; yet there is alike except one word. The, same is true of RESTORES FASEKJ ENERGY.
each new one appearing e ch wtek. from The I cmai enIWAzaoTozTz5
;.. t'.L readilypropagated and rapidly 'multiplied i. for bi>cuit.! mixing with sweet milk. won an irnnortaat. c--nest that has been certain passages occupied on the page. none about which the housekeeper feels Dr. Uarter Medicine: Co. Tnis house placet a I,I ,

r ... .. in the alimentary canal, and its : Take a small piece! of dough, roll nuke |: in progress with railroad managers formatv It is also very beneficial after raiding an more uncertain. It is that "Crescent on everthinthey make xd 03.
something BATTER
article to take and and publish* Look for :t., tend them the name UESiCttZ 5X.St.Lnl
f pencil
: "1_ \. first existence is shown by a diarrhcei, an indenture in the renter large enough I, They have secured half paper cannot be preserved without plenty of of the word and they will return you BOOK.UTnOGRAPaS -- -
hold half fill a"tin with c tl.tfS Qn a large number of exhibits down all one can remember of it, and if
r---- tTlnL
: which should be checked at once and if to a peach on sugar.If Or SAXPLE nI.&L I
', then into each of these half I v.hichscmeof the roads hal all there be any good, bri ht\jr new Meas-
.. remedies which the : these put a j jpeach along
possible by at
same I wish to
the Portland. Me.
which would be preserve pineapple npo.t.,1 51COOIO worth of
: time the of the disease I ((canned ones may be u .eJ in win. insisted on c 'IecI:g full rates coining to anything pleasant or l lobster during the last three ruontha. : CHOLEIl'S
destroy germs ; I' by cooking be -
care must liken
't-" little white Chic'go: with the promise of beneficial to think of in after .:1and that it is
1 ,
the ter), sprinkle a sugar over returning I
delay of a tingle: hour in such nut
commit it Even though exposed to a high fo IF your Back Aches or all ,
I t them into a 'juick oven ami bake I them ('. The Transcontinental association to memory. you temperature ? you are worn 011 I
I is hazardous, since it is only in the earlier of time i rood for nothin;. it in general debility.
should never
have ue for it it will any length as cookingharden!
,. about ten minutes. Serve with s\veet } ccmpos d of rads that weave & serve : Browzislron B.ttert w U care ou. make youstrong
stages of the disease that it i* likely to i to the and darkens the fruit. cleanse
cream. ![ network of tracks in western states: has strengthen memot\ your lirer. and a ffxxl ap-.
l. yield to medical treatment and hence ? A story AU fruits rwtite--tones the nerves.AGRicct.TTrRAt.NoTi .
becomes of
_ I d citfd to grant the reduced ra'e.Charnnn never truly part are prepared for preserving
: the great necessity for having some reliable HOAST Snovi.DF.r.* OF YEvu-A roast knowledge of in the for -'-
: Miaj has not2e-i the expo- your part yourselfuntil sugar same as canning. Then :-If any animal on th.-
.-:' ,_ remedy always at hani for su'iemergency houder! of veal makes a tempting li-h I s':'in traffic manager that the reduction you have grasped every thought of a rich syrup is made-four pounds of farm earns hi annual sty-jenned. it must be; PREVENTIONAND

? .. until the services of a physician when ervcd oa a bui of boiled! macaroni I bed been ordered on the following cxhibis the writer and are afterward able to repeat sugar tc a pint of water-and the fruit i theho. __

.I can ba secured. Hence also the and mahroonter you have takea 1 : it in your own language. Think h simmered in it until tender and Our old reliable eye-water cur- weak or in" .,

;: : propriety of using preventive medicines: .: the dripping* from the ]an put in about I "Agriculfural proiuct horticultural,"h3t you have ju t read. One irood Such fruit as quinces and hard clear. I'rice.JSc.fiamedeyesor John lC granulated Dic key Drug lids Co.without. Bn.itoi.Va. pain. C

_; a quarter of a pound of lmile macaroni, work read and will do pears .
,. as well as a strict attention to the diet: products, fljricultural product', forest properly digested should be cooked until tender .
: in six-inch length and half dozeumuhroonix. before Mrrncai.sclenceh&cachieved! a An
and ordinary sanitary regulations during cut tht""t:31 a products ( nciui ing uiapsstatistics, drawing more lasting good than dozens glanced being put in the In the production of Beecham's Pills g-reattrtnmph which at interesting FampHetirea3 Xna1edi'
a period whea cholera and other infectious roa>t over the tnd photrpraphs not adTcrtisis; any through in the hurried manner of the Some kinds of syrup. 35 cents at box replace a meoicine chest. < ca receipt of Stasirx :
macaroni on the rack about six minuteslonger. fruit are better for ham-
ordinary reader of the d3.-
.: diseases are prevalent. iodntdutl; spfcimen?, botanicaL ( S K. Dr. L K HARRIS PIttsb
ing added COBURX.Mgr. Clarie ,
Then take the eal. Pour There wan'in sugar to them when : tcott. writes:
up are which the .
i. \ Tbe been admitted fossil an-1 mircral cereals and many I tnd Hall's Catarrh Cure '
samples -
germ theory having ; a valuable remedy' : ... .
'; good cream sauce into the paa with crises for memory may be c ltioatt'. As a child I partially cooked, white others should Druggists sell it.;5.-. ., -----.
it follows that the best cquanum or museum RIPANSTABUL!
preventatIVennedl the macaroni and mushroom, and' It t. bui "usetl to amuse myself by 0 .eniair always have it added the moment they t5. naA:1z. I vtr sad
j ding mittriil td in constructionof my t ,
will bo one which by u L I. ponfr itf tvloci sisAa. .
experience them cook about six minutes longer ia ciposhion buildings for exhibition eye* and closing them again as rapidly as are placed on the fire. Again, one kind I ? L'ectcal. r bit c--a
has proved most effective ia destroying the o'en.t the end of this time is better for ) Scrofula ; med kne3 toroI.w
pour compartments of exhibition stands stone. possible, then try t;> recall all I hail teen standing for hours in the COluU .lioll,
S thoee germs and one which maybe them around the veal on the platter aa 3 ia those while others ,' Afflicted B. He5Iachd .
woman's fncy neelle! work or articles of fleeting glance All such exercises sugar, should not have the me four years of ": 3Ltcit
used with"the utmost safety. Ko; serve the dish at one. fetniuire rninuficture loaned for exhibition are beneficial, although Iv as Unconscious sugar touch them until they are ready blotches all over my Psi4""ul- ,.-_ _. PmPI.

; + ., other preventative remedie* should I l e The Pleasures of Dylnj old Indian cicoes, old pncfc saddles of it at the time.'f L. L. Laas- to go on the fire. There are a few fruits <. body, swelling In my I .**CTT symctvm or Cuciplenoo.dense: rwnCine1 Ttr-d
placed in the Lauds of the general nub- ford, in Detroit Free Pre. which far better neck,aad in less than a :Wood or a lathm lIT the stotnari liTs r_1
end sci ar rtlics of early frontfer life. s. are without sugar than .to perform tiar prone*ra eioaa Perjenr

:-- .lie. Euthanasia is not an old word as applied nd 'wid! scinnls.! All other exhibits will with it. This is the cise with the prune, "t'arad lost 40 Ibs. I ..11.1.eerean.xe Pri bee4btangtTA, b..J'C:t bo .
The belief that brandy and : was Induced by H. L. L-esa
popular TILE other T3.iUp ll-S1:1u-1I-
to medical science writes ilayat Kouebibou ua(. with which
I.. other alcoholic Atkinson I'e subject to the cr'ginal! nrr.mement." sugar never be put, -p_ Tubbs, our druggist, to I AlN'lta \..,"; tltlirV p..e.
-stimulants are a safeguard in the Yankee Blade, but it has a The tc'!ion will be rtceived with enthusiasm Kent county X. B., the watchman of3IcLeod's long, slow cooking serving to develop a --- 1 try Hood's .----..--a.
ajiinst the dreaded disease should meaning which of late has to be of mill!, about daylight noticedan fine _-i. Sarsaparilla -
rome rich
in the flavor. Cranberries
J West in the oa the and the blotches
; be discountenanced, since it is a we U- great importance to Death especially animal swimming in the mill pond. Ir.U.W.D..e'r. d l llvery ( ills
every one. fruit'growing section* of Califomia Xow other hand, shouli have a pint of a= m?in ruy neck disappeared aii Otf
.- : known fact that those who are accustomed was formerly considered a great struggle, let He thought at first that it was a cow or a sugarto ,and I soon began to gain In flesh. L
_ I. ; U every one interested appeal to the a quart of berries and the
to the use of such stimulants and vivid almost! shocking horse that had fallen in, but on lookingmore sugar, 4 months there was none ot tie disease let J
are description Southern Railway and Steamship a;!socia- water and berries must on the fire at in my system and 1 wa< as well and strong as A )-pa eProfcs-ly lllrtstrated Book,
among the first to succumb of the of closely saw that it was a moose of (*. I ing tuiuable
to the di s- phenomena dying were given ia tion and take similar action end ad ire-s once and be cooked ever. W. Posts Oiceola,Soath Dakota.lI00d'sPills information pertaiainC'l
> ; for
snch immense size. Some of the hand- rapidly a short I ea-eof the l-nm.ia it tafltowiaf
; ease. forms
Brady : that
< or whisky or gin may in exastrerateJ none cesseJ such asscciation at Atlanta, Gx TLec.a. were time. No other methoi will are the best family c&JLartlcT { TKEAT and CURE with tbe -
come cases be ned to give temp:l'3ry to think of the eventful moments Leu : .;-! of exhibits upon which the Trans called to capture the animalwhich, I satisfactory result. give a gentle and effective. Try a box. Only 25 eta. J The NX k. eoata ns nJja ii i
1 relief ia the earlier stages of the disease deth should come to them. Euthaaoii.1, cominentil association owing to the loose logs floating about, I These last two suggestions ship and marriae and managementafiren
the grants the concessioc was unable to extricate itself from its I do not come under preserving bes.desnsfnl presttptoa'. 1 "
4 'hen other remedies are not available! or pleasures of dying, tke the v 'ty- it wi'.I! be RRS. Mailed.
J are observed, mainly of but I use them to illustrate T. :.. .S 'J. po t-paiJ.: for 6OPCBLIMUXtJ centtTLTA -
predicament. The in the fact that
view and moose
but should in no case be taken as a pre. opposite proclaims death to l o a rhale nlturor suca as are likelyto was savag HCLojd
a : ventive. While it is admitted fu the easy and lainl Those who kln I bf d4spoc-l; of here temper, and was daflserou.s to aj.prxnuh. the treatment that makes Ole dish per- fruee :
saa n.'cr rdur: u. but utter trouble the fect ruin another.In -_
watched at of deathbeds have some chain may
: f'O' mt-Jication is preventive, yet there hundrtl Uesce the |.:e-ect tate of free resurn lcd I OIl I I
noted that I Used for hauling out the logs fa-Umed no department of
and wa
i is for was preserving doe3 -. : FRUIT
room choice in this easy full
nutter and alI' ofccl ute to Chicago is in ,
r reality no concession
around its horns. the
.. battIehavetetitietltkit Then force of the
; coholic beverajts should be avoided as i the : n ) I at aL! housekeeper feel S3 sure, of the re- CUFtSlLllIt TREES
far as possible during the heated ments 01 in ing Sllcr Were p'in1e.. water was put on, and slowly but reluctantly salts than in jelly-making, so much depeuth tiJ, 1/ ORKAME1S.HAKDYrUT

: : : term one. Peoplewho hive been iu ; I the creature was landed. Them upon the condition of the fruit. URn:, UO- |
and more especially during cholera Crops in tile' o'llk.I DISEASE) UtLU. for IIL PUSTlN r"Kso's
a which )
-. ; of wild beasts. ia India and hare Ufa ?. proved to I he fully grown This is more pronounced ia the of ( Stock. Order DO". 159 pa aaiU. Ir1lwiunrio
ae. It should also be borne in rescued at the L-.t The crop rep-ors from the cottm states and taller than an ordinary horse case ,"D nieiVL3I
moment that was small
J testify a I fruits than with the -tES
a4; mind that IT IS or THE CTMOST IJTPOKTJlSCE numbing calmness wa experienced after up to Scp'cra''r 1-0 t are decidedly dlscoars now captured but what to do with it: When larger kinds. 1 EGU"1PE (LLUALitI1OflflI F.Ocet-

THAT A i ir Z as regards U e king itself, the currants are over-ripe, or have uLIAR
raTSICMX SHOrJLT BS the first sharp painful of the teeth crop was problem. Two or three persons been I - snap but they dic.te aa iinaiec.-e ircrecs ia picked after a rain, the result of .!:TO .
AT THE ElELIEST POSSIBLE HO- upon them. In fact.the approach of evercreature's ,- I who went too near the beast were warned -- WOMENHa I Eemedy toe CaZ2fl
; : XX3T. Household ill.1 ji-ilacti/a which: mlm're than unmistakable using them will be uncertain. Perhapswe r Easiest to Cae sat O ****--
remedies, while convenient fate brin with it a kiaJly by signs that its hoofs were used and recommended It to my frieods.
: and indeed important to use immediately preparation when life i.blissful and full comp.-nsA'e f..r he shor:'Z iof the cotton I dangerous, and one mill hand. a Scotch- notice it more with this fruit tLaa AU derived great benefit from its use. aSold

,' ] oa the appearance of. the f rst of pleasures. The last sensation the rrp. It ihou'd: be consMercd, t'-o, that man. who was overbold got a blow from with any other because it is so generally JIss.iUniDA tJnsoFeoria, Ill. by dreggotj or.em hy*

symptoms, should be considered simply world I is then one of j)y, and i ex better prlc s are likely to be real'zsd on its forefoot that he will remember to the used for jelly. An understanding ot the Best remedy I have ever used for irregular $kr., E.'I- HaieldDe.'WarrwVl*: !

as a temporary expedient until ruciatingsin. a srna'.l crrp than on a linre one and I end of his life. By this time half the: properties of fruits which formi the menstruation- MRS. G.Jrrr.
professional : that ;ibe cc>U 'n froduct hou'd be ; basis of Kovember. v-ss. YOUCABIRROWL.1i
skill can be secured. $ reduced. people of Kouchibouguac were at the jellies may help the housekeepers Selma,VVa* f .

.aW garbage should be burned Longfellow's First Poem. Ia FJorila there h.s been a milL When finally 3Ir. Atkinson, the to a better knowledge of the conditionsand I have suffered a gnat deal fwa Female {p I poi cM9 real estate,ertct bWii5

or decaying vegetable or animal, no filth I gtcaur filling < G ia cotton thin in any manager, made his appearance, he de- methods essential to success. Troob:and think I am completely cured by *er tmvt tmpraveowais 3 pcrcv BT>or X >p J*y
_ .# i i. should be permitted to remain unbarat matter "\Yhenour gre-it poet WA nineyier- ether 8t1t Tfcc acreage esieciilivof r rI ciJ nl that as there wano possible way Pectin, which forms the basis of TeCY!. BradTteLTs Female. RejuUtar.Mss. I' SrsaiCATE. 78 aaatsoiaery_St.Jeoqj

disinfectants old his master wasted him to write ., sea Lear d cotton was largely reduced in of keeping the animal\in captivity the table jellies, 13 a substance ialls Eat MA F. SWOXD,Hansfield,O. !
shoaU which '
,.. .: whenever-needed bat be most freely of all applied should 'composition.. Little Ieuy. like :.U t 'le sping. The growth-d the crop was: proper course was to re-lease it, antI this composition, resembles starch and, Book 'To Woman" nailed free. PATENTS ..

closets drains children, shrank from undertaking.His retarded t.Ii 1.1D -continue I drought, ,! was accordingly done. The moose, stiff It gives to the juices i of fruits gum. For SFlAOFIEJ REQULATOR co., | "
i' outhous aal cellars be _._ __ the prop- sac by aU Drugists. ArL.UT.L. GA. .
master said: and there much rain in from its long swim and the handling L A.
; j was tro ,. rough u
5 carefully looked after. The cellars evea "You August.Conjnii \H} Vi. geumnIn1 This property at -...5 ....-..,. ._ -- .... .. .-.
,- t write word, can you not f! Wcmbwell stinntcs that bad received while being hauled or
its best IUuisr.b.
I : in the better class of dwellings are ''Yes,* was the reply. the -ei i-lic-l er"p wi'l) leek 50 per cent out, went down the incline very slowly, little und when the fruit: is ju5t ripe; bettera .aaead sliailnz Ibe Dnee s&up, L.Ua.t Sn bot5 *. i_ _
fruitful ,
sources of disease, they are Then you (can put words toother acd upland cotton 30 per cent of equil-,: and kept on a walk for some time afterit boiled t.ripe than over-ripe. When Sech abiec SatiIUI1ojaa tOpraae _

frequently damp and poorly ventilated, "Y( sir." ing 'sat year's c-op. and the yield may reached terra firma but it limbered up, for a long the it loses its gea-- tj.2 bir law C.SHOE _

and domestics are too apt to throw a '"heI" said the m'ster. "you can. t : further reduced ty continuous we: and when last seen was making good time tinous property and becomes of a gummy

decaying vegetable into some out of the your slate and i?> out behind t'-ic weather. toward the forest. nature. These fact show the importance iJ$3

_ S way corner. Every cellar should be schoolhouse, and there you caa find Commissioner Xisbett of Georgia, inRhkh of using fruit that is but ripe an i A Sn Gt---------

thoroughly cleaned tad white-washed something t write about, and then youcan : state the season has been jmticulirly A BLAKELT (Oa.) man writes as follows freshly picked, as well as the need of \ .MmTi u.nooUi sewed ta5vd abaetkat.flexi>kk>.more will com$** _

and if not freely ventilated immediate tel what it is, what it i< for, -m-1 uafamrable: for farraicg. says of th C to the Atlanta Constitution: I care not to over-cook the juice. I;.F'- Zq3.sesscin-nid.aait dursbLa th.a any soesccsttnfrcm ocher so ever SI fIt __ _

steps should be taked to done with it and that -will C'11mal noticed the other Pekin duck Oselorm of preseives'-which :* Tbs caiy k. inid wIts
I for the fullest i b "ir prp'ct: "Our f, o'NS"em day a that is most -. t.! t, ..l.f in*' y*>w a a*tiie outsMe edg.(as -
; : circulation of pure air through every be a cmp'ition" to rtal'z their ccnJkicn i*>d are bending was moping about and making strange useful, convenient and wholesome should r- Wb1c EtTesdotibi.ta.of cbeap well.& -.

_ ... : part; quick-lime copperas, choloride of tk itte and went out. He[ very energy .s never before > betteribeircondition. ; motions with its head. I decided from be more generally adopted than it is, V L4i V me preei tc .

.: lime or some preparation of carbolic acid went behind Mr. Fiaaey's barn, which The ccn
: or thymol should be sprinkled freely chanced to be near by, and seeiag a tin? ,". altboush a short crop with less t I in its digestive organs and would creams, ices, drink, etc. Certainly I 4M .w'el*wvrn S1OL.DOrGW tarou ea.a b. r'p&xed Ut1.. _
..- O" turnip growing he be knew die. I therefore every :
the floor up consequently resolvedto
each for housekeeper
v rut
wall but ought
along and in every what that p supplies: with a large in to preserve eaoaghof rn _
.. was, what it make -V-V
was for, and an examination and see what it
:- crevice and corner and the utmost clemliaess what would done with it. crease ia the crops that go to the sustenaocs wasOn juices: of the strawberry, raspberry, _s = noaI.i

I. : insisted upon. The importance of A half b been allowed of min a-d stock, they will ba ia opening the duck I found to peach apricot, grape, etc., for her own _- __ so buy chesp well ___
; ,. -: h t.leT :- Letter condition my surprise, two pieces of gold and a .t
the use.
4 ; sinUry condition of the cellar. can. for his first undertaking in to begin thj work of cartridge hulL The gold They can be preserved with or -
4- : :- not be onres matel. 'rt aeotheryear thi ever before. pieces were without sugar, bu I should '
a half hour he tell always advocate
I too' badly worn to of what denomination -
: cni' Tkit the farmers ,
j compton
: The stable and carriage house is all of Florida take this sugar. V.- _
I anotherLruitulaourc.ofdiees.seandhonld- accomplished they I think
were, ; they must V
v'ew:: of the situation and ,to -'ii.t.
master is said to have affected al- are trying have been one-dollar -
The ti1.iscool
kG pieces. cartridge -V
?-.. -- ecelre more thaa ordinary attention. mOt to tears when he saw what little make themselves% in a hrge measure in t. hull was all wcrn away and gone I The Swayinj o[ Ciianeys.Oa V T' fti,1.-: _______ ; .,- .oeHU1. _
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.- S Tte; grades around the house should Hen had done in that short time. s plainly indicated excect the bead. ,- -sa S.-' S

', J also be looked after that there bd no XASING SCJ1ESb by Ccmmissicner WomtreU'gastreport. the subject of swaying of lofty &re'otiIli

: pools of Ita11IDtta and if there are He finds the acreage of the lead Ling L- :SLIGHT gTIU ::. chimneys it is declared to be absurd fc>

.. -Thea take me for drive crops other than .'tton. hold that a chimney, 400 feet
___ hallow wells oa the premises they should *.0u'1 : as compared He (trying to make Ilprcs..ion- say high,
bbeclosed 'DnTU\I with la>t yeam'acrege (which is would sway sixteen inches.
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