Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
September 30, 1892
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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r STARK FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER: 30,1892. 'Na 15./1 ,'/,

TWO BIDES.VI I ',' / r
woman, with one foot in the -
rLOBENCE JOBEr-HCO!BOTCI. never once occurred to me. grave- should look at me with jour sweet, tru THE HAYING TIME man, and it was late that afternoon before a :Maine Yankee, and in less than 'ten ; OI.D JOHN HE JRY, .

w HE. I went to Coaltown. saw my emplyers eyes. I broke the promise-that I made he went to tho office to gather in seconds she had guessed how the mistake '

I ut on the lounge by her Hide, boya and informed them that family affairs necessItated -, you. I have sold myself, body and soul Click;, dick click. goss the mowIng machne the replies from people who were anxious occurred. > Old John's Jos' made 0' the 'J: 4 .
i in a soil, subdued tone -to mammoml"! Cmones
And ; my immediately "
relinquishing to a sextant. "Well, now said the captain. "I
lad yon would have thought to have beard.I'd my clerkship. offered no "You have been hurried into some- With its shields of iron and falchions keen, ,
There explanation. thing?" she But the sextant market was apparently thought it was awful funny that a woman aOl John
j.a entered love's torrid zone. was none demanded gently. "Tell me, As over the plain it spesJs, He.
* Jnit I .. Probably they guessed by my mannei Jack. Perhaps I can help you. A woman's Like proud triumphal car, l rather dull, for all the clerk could should want to buy a sextant. Now you He's tough, reckon, none too toush -

I told her that never before, boys, some good luck had come to me at wit-a loving woman's wit-" Like I chariot of give him was one solitary letter. The have disappointed me, I don't see how I '-o much, though, '5 better than not

f Or gad lent Cupid With enchanted inch cruel my deUght heart, boys, any rate they: agreed to let me go. I was "Hurried? I-I will cast the blame on With a war.stesds. captain tore the envelope open and tossed. am going to sell it, unless I leave it at enough,"
I able to wind no one. A man should be master of hunelf. foamingpanting
go itrUUy successful a dart. up my affairs inafew hours, I I ITs i aside. the instrument maker's and let him gui Says Old Join Henry.

have -
handing over my stool ana desk to a been a fool, a dupe; a slave field with a thrill of fear is stirreJf, "I saw advertisement in the what he can for it."
to your He does his best and when
tha his -
I toleinnly whispered street, boyi, young w-clerk who I passion and to vanity. Edna! I am best's ba ,
* k And beeged ber to give me a kiss; I longing to step into well knew, was to be-married to Georgie Ha'-greave to The startle 1 bobolink his bean Globe," read the captain. "I wish to Oddly enough, from thi: F-"t tTil He do't fret none,nor ha don't! get ,

Then And told how per that bow her charming presence she was was bliss.E boys. I After a hurried dinner my place.I ordered a car. morrow." The warnjn.and goes in quest buy a good second-hand machine of story ruzs along s naturally!! 'la: you CI simply'lows it's the best he had-sHe 0

tlage to convey me to L-mgdale Grabge. I dared not look at her while speaking Of : ; together they fly, standard make, and if the one you offers tel it yourself. Old John Henry.

it'i I hat Low, I fooled her that night, boys, it was about three mile distant; the the last few aords,but when I had ended, Now circling ]low, now high i 1n perfect repair ana the price is satisfactory The tall c...tnin escorted Miss Bourneuprowa .
TWM jolly$ now I tell you here, :roads, being billy, rendered knowin that. she 1 not moved, I Above their rush-hidden trade. But I called her three times His doctern's jes' the plainest brand
it'r "f' Ebe drank in my words like a dove,boyiIn progress dif- raised nest i perhaps we can oa two or c
ficult and my and saw thither face .
yel you may pass me the beer. slow. eyes grew cannot give more than $ and you whiie he was in port, corresponded with, i Old John Henry.
i white i I
On very she an.lwould rut :
-' Thursday evening I ; presently swayed, the iron Gressor's work is wrought [
tbe "A
S C S Grange eatlier than usual in quitted order to Ifeaied, have fallen. In,oirtu- With: swift career that spareth naught, ask more you need not reply to this. her when he was away, and ia less than smflin'face and a het hand

r SHE. make arrangements for the marriage. tarily I put out my arm to save her, but Ani.1 the tall grass, : Send your address, stating where machine :year this notice appeared: I i 'S a religion a tol trnderstanV.

$ 0.yH, !girls: he told me be loved me, I called on the vicar of the parish ob. she recoiled. And the flowers in purpe-rowne bloom can be seen, to H. E. Bourne, 450 Sprow-P.ura-I: Kennebunk Me., '| Says Old John Henry.
With passion most certainly true tamed the license, and appointed hnlt. "Don't touch me, please, she murmured fragrant Winter street." : rUpocof the brides pant-i I He's stove up some with the rheumatiz.
And whispered all manner of faintly. "I I shall Go down in common doom ,
praises be
past 10 the better EJwm Sprowl and .
Some old us the iiiUs-others new. the following morning fo! presently." And lie withered on the grounJ. "Well!1, soliloquized the captain, Capt P they ht no shine on them &o o',
ceremony, stating that I wished I hia
f And then I rctnnled his caresses it to be conducted with the She caught hold of the mantel shelf "I.' ;ot one answer, anyhow. But And is ,
!t!' With interest at seven per cf-nt., V8C)'. greatest pri. with one hand as though to steady her- Thus tho sons of toi their tasks fu'fl does a woman want of a sextantfor now my story done.BtonGobe. And his hah-ain't ct but his eye teeth is-

To see me yon surely would think, dean, It was between 8 and 9 o'clock when self; the other sho passed across her phtened by man's inventive ski; this i certainly 1 woman's writing Old John Henry.

The key to my heart I had lent. I returned to Glert&iTe House and as I eyes,and then once more looked up at me. But a spirit of sweetness hath flown, She seems to be in earnest though. The Sullen Hamster.As He feed hlsself when
Oh! the the stock's fed-
jflM Bnt no,don't mistrust such a thing, girls entered the portico the first snow of the tenderness" und pity of that look. That haunted the green highwaysOf "And 50! Conscience t I never expected a
Or worry yourselves' about me; season was beginning to fall "I muM go now, she said sadly. the old time the squirrel was said by the old Old John Hen
heavily. haying $25. Well
day to
I'm not quite eo foolish I hope, dears I went upstairs to the i-com I had always "Stay,,' I exfilaimed; "you sai* she is get more than Norsemen to bring all the news of the And "sleeps like a babe" when h goes t)
Hut I can talk trash well as he. not Ere the iron-wrought mower was known. have to come on I .
did suppose
.. occupied. It was one of those worthy47it yan mearf? she'l boar animals to Thor; because he was tha bed.
And tho' think I called in the Glendale She put on"her hat an rey. "J ordereda When the with so send her my a And 'p '"And
you may am wrong, girls, establishment a summer days song were Il merriest and most sociable of beasts, so d d heaven and
And all that he said he must mean "French room," because it carriage Ito take nVeo JAongdale! standing at the public desk he wrote: hom-ae
served the blithe in the talk of the Russian bread .
I'm not quite so sure of its truth, dears- double Grange, ,Wil TOU please inquirl if it 'is peasants the
, If you please, I will take some ice-cream! thick purpose silting and bed room ready X/ J I And the stunly mower whet his scythe H. E. BouneDea Miss: Yours in reply hamster is the synonym for al that is Says Old John Henry.. .
'WAlTIIFlELD, Vermont. a Algerian curtain divided the Her > AnJ the best loth to mv advertisement in the Globe is at Ha ain't
apartment into two. appitreM calmnesffv8stouitled, me. man, never hand. Please call on me aboard the bark sullen, avaricious, solitary morose. rele as heort t be,

A cheerful tie was burning in the grate. "Will"I vqn answer" my
I turned up the gas, lit a cigarette, and "Good pre 'r&A it draw my. word Through the field's sweet-scented tide, and 9. .'I SPROWL, Captin animal, being light above and dark below. Nor h clothes don't fit him, but he fits
II sat down contemplatively in my easy.chair. woman whom 0 And am to .arty a Turning the double swath. The next afternoon about 4 o'clock a l This gives the hamster somewhatthe me-
A DARK 'SECRET yota yVrae cad unworthy
Old John
A bachelor to-day, a married ByallyouhoW m st sAred- Close followed by boys, bare-foot and trim little dgure walked rapidly over the same incongruous appearance that a Henry.
ifI morrowl! I was not sorry to have man these by your love for me and mine for )\u," I brown, rough planks of Constitutiol wharf. pair of black trousers and a light coat James- Whitcomb Riley.

few hours to myself. Events seemed to cried in my passionate selfishness, \ adjure Joyously sprealing the winrows down; "It's a queer place to find a secondhand lend to a man; in other respects he is -

have been rushing me on go fast I had She you had to moved tell me all you know." Thus the toilers from early morn typewriter," thought Etta Bourne, like a large, shagg guinea pig, with HUMOR OF'TUE DAY.

had literally no time for sober thought. was toward the door 'I Cheerily filled each hour "but I suppose the captain got tired of very large, puffy cheeks, into
speaking, and. laying her hand
The Story of a Tragic had My mind done felt of late.calmer I ,reviewed denIer, than it the handle, opened it a little way. Th uu u Ever watchful for a sign of shower, it, or couldn't use it because the vessel which he can cranx a vast quantity ot rye The barber i poor indeed who doesn't

life.. my past looking at me with imploring eyes and & I Till tie sound of the dinner horn. pitche so, or something like that." or beans fo'r transport. even hone his razors.-Elmira Gazette.:

i Life Drama. It had been by no means that of a saint, face that told too plainly the torture she saw the gilt letters, "E3ua Each hamster lives in a large, roomy Prudence in a plume dropped from the

but I saw little in the retrospect with endured: .Then the bobolink might safely rest; Dunn." A fat, bald-headed man with a burrow all by himself, ia defense of wing of some past folly.-Texas Siftings.
which to reproach myself. In the midstof "Think what you will of me," she said. For a shield of grass to mark its nest; little gingham apron on looked out the which he will tight like a idger against
"Deem talks but
me most vile for Money frequently
a my self-communing I began to thinkof did. But Jack-oh saying what I By the mower was kindly spared j door of a box-like home in the middleof any other hamster who may try to enter. ; i a
Edna. Jack, believe it was trifle deficient in its grammar.Washington -
Her image rose vividly-so untrue!" Ani he stays his brawny arm, the vessel.A Family life ho wholly avoids, never .

BY E. M. DAVY. persistently-before my mind's eye that I She was gone before I could reply. Lest sonia nestling suffer :arm broad plank extended from the allowing a female inside his burrow, but Star.

resented away my it.cigarette I got and up imp.tiently went to the, flung tableon I hastened. down the stairs after her, For they his friendship shareJ. wharf across the bulwarks. The man in keeping her at a good distance and making Do not expect to go to the top of the

ChAPTER Vlll-Contlnuetl. which stood my writing-desk. I opened anti across: the hall, and was Just in time We will honor with song our modern ways, the apron came* forward."I her find her own living for herself politics unless you are willing t(

Mrs. Ilargreave looked more careworn it and took from a secret drawer-where to see her ia'o the carriage tint: was wait But a dearer tenderer, strain of praise wih to see Captain Sprawl'," said and famiy. The last burden is, how- play the weather cock.- Galveston

and aged than ever, and sank back wea. I had placed it six years uo-the one ing.either Then did I hed! out my h incl, but she Is echoed in memory's chinas she. ever, not a one, for by the time News.

*:ily in the chair I placed for her. She had It 0li? letter I received from :Edna: Ljuton. "Good-by not," said or would she simply.not notice it. Of the.days glad and long, "Yis, mime Come right aboard, mim, the young ones are three weeks old each "Gentlemen," said the auctioneer,
nsisted of but few
lines s
some papers in her hand and held them a renouncingnd I turned and on that there plank, mime The c aptain discovers that family life a great mistake "most of these books are in English;but
out to mo. As I took tbem she ,. my love forever, assuring me hei the house In the hopes of youth were strong, I i .
to a photograph lying cmthe po: diIon was unchangeable and asking, doing so I ran against Dr. Ga'coi;ne. I the sweet old haying time. is down in his cabin, mim." I and sets oil to make a bacaellr bur there are a few volumes by Robert.

,"I have;just purcha! fl thuilitlle topes' estate ab4e only favor I could render, that I I Anything stood wrong, Dudley?" ho asked, as -St. Louis R pub lie. Etta Bourne stepped hastily along the row for itself and save up beans for the Browning."-Boston Transcript.Mrs. .

," sLe said, "und Shose deeds 1 give would refrain from writing or making "Whit for the a moment staring at him." plank, and the stout cook, putting his winter. For, in addition to its other D.-"Just think Mary,how ter-.
Into your keeping. Georgie took quite a any attempt to E03 her. I answered her deuce is that to you? I exclaimed : broad palms under her elbows, lifted her amiable qualities, the hamster has that rible. The poor was torn limb
roughly. "I mD
fancy to the place. The is letter, but that reply came back unopened. beg your pardon. A FORTUNATE MISTAKE. avarice in marked and "
owner obligedto the deck. of
live I made several attempts to her but in Dector, 1 ve got put out a bit-that's all. lightly to a degree, heap from limb. "Lor bless us,"marm, and
abroad. The house see ,
is furnished 5HIf "This mim and he led her treasures of and horse
servants vain. Good-night. way, up corn, rye men so scarce I" New York Mercury.The .

dale Grange move There to Lang-is no At last, bitterly wounded in my love mad with conflicting emotions, I r \ S Captain Sprowl around to the aftercompanionway.They far in excess of hi own private want for bell boy tagged at the traveler's trunk;

time to lose," sho continued, feverishly; and pride, I did my best to forget her. thf ru"bed, whole up to of my the room and walked the flow threw his hat on the went down the brass-railed the winter. favorite plan to diga He paffsdtlll ha nearly: epd
i and evidently with great effort: "Dr. Gas- How had I succeeded? Ah, how indeed! livelong night. %\ f bed and sat down in stairs, and a the cook knocked at the number of treasure chambers, all comraunicating Ten said as his pride shrunk,
[ BE .
co rx UED.l didn't know that it loaded.
oigne examined m)' heart ngain to-day. Even now, with tbr.t cruel letter before his chair theii' door Etta noticed how spick and span with a central room, |p was
S Tho result is. I sent for a lawyer my eyes, I owned to myself' that, deep 1k L84 a. easy in everything looked. in which the owner eats guar grows fat Washington Star.
and passionate as love for UnIversal Pigeon KuglUhMany cabin he looked ruefully he knows
knd Schoeppenstedt
made my will. Mr.Dudley, 1 can not my says a
fact the until the hardest frosts when he
As a matter of captain in begin, i
I die nn,1 leave Georgie without a protector. GeprRie, there was uone of the tendernessin !' 9 at a neat pack woman who is so neat the
Will you refuse the request I am aboutto it I had felt for Ednf1 started, almost do not know and age that lay on the view of the lady's visit, had kept the curls himself up to sleep untIl the I' trouble of her life is tht knowledge greatest that
make to ?" guiltily, as a knock came at the door. persons many: table. cook scouring the wood and brasswork spring.
you _ she made of dust. SomervUle Jour-
"Certainly not, if I can" "Come in," I cried, and crushed the !. may be interested in learning:: that for a I 'What a fool I all the forenoon. But thi life of leisure does not begin i "
hundred nal. .
"I wish to letter in my hand. years Pigeon English has been sir wishes until harvest has been .
st to
you marry my pdaughter to that he "Captain, a lady see gathered.
without delay." A slight, girlish figure stoo.l quite still the recognized; language of trade and was buy While the are ripening the.( "The conventon is a grelfe.
: ,
I looked at her, dumfounded. for a moment within the door, then advanced commerce for about .>00.000,000.Si'ltic:{ = thought. "Old sex- ye. crops '1 pltcl Kickins. "It
slowly to the center of the tant The captain, with half an hour's work hamsters work incessantly to increase enbes.
"I know what you are thinking about," room.I and Africanin all their dealings with was plenty good the local to rest his
she went on, breathlessly, "but there is was too much surprised, I think, to foreigners:: of nil other nationalities. The enough, though. I ia his four-in.hand, bowed respect- their hoards, and a much a three hun politician mid "

no impediment that I can see-not one. speak. The appearance Beemed almost English) Americans, French, Italians. I had it nine years. fully. dred weight of grain and beans have gives h larynx a chance.-Washingtoti-

I Georgia loves you and I believe-with supernatural, so in harmony was it with Russians, Germans and Dutch must all I Bought it in Liver- "I am Miss Bourne. began Etta. "I been take from a hamster's burrow. Star.

Gods bleating-jou will make her happy my thoughts. She cime close to me be- came in advertisement After harvest the peasants .often search Lost influence more;
in order
he fore I coul utter a word, an.l, taking o3 use Pigeon English to transact pool when I was second mate of the ,J rem
ir not about to uli The thought blister
marry poor man ia the Globe about with for the treasure chambers mut :
business' with the nati\e a- probe
: ae wbo is fairly well endowed with her hat and veil, Edna herself) looked up A. Smith. And now I have put a The man who called him .J of yore,
'world'. goods. Tbe estate I have at me with her sweet, shy smile. The Pigeon English is more nearly a universal month's earnings for a new one. What "Yes, ma'am," said the captain, "thisis of the robbers, and during the present Refers t him a"mister.a"

bought is made over by deed of gift, to light fell full on her upturned face and language! than any other in the possessed me I don't know." the place. Will you take a seat?" scarcity ia Central Europe they wi no ,p Washington Star.

yon John Dudley. Don't thank me, on her ruffled" auburn hair. world, and if our alphabet could be mule: And so the captain went on. As Etta sank into an easy chair she doubt exact a heavy tribute the, Shark 'bite a swimmer who

pray, don't," she cried. "What I have "Jack, she said, tremulously. "foiiftik' would likely soon become a Now not danced about her in astonishment. She hamsters' stores.-Spectator. legs in motoin. If IOU can
was I
done is not for sake-I tell "You are wet with snow. You are for all n-itions Captain Sprowl a you had I keep hi
jour you so special language : espec- no idea that these little low houseson I longer shark
think! the bald a can
from name a .
half frozen, child!I" I exclaimed, and, might th
plainly-but for Georgie'r. All that I ialy: if aided by the 100,000.0)0) deck The Power of Llgktninr.
speaking ship's was so comfortable as
taking her hand led headed old with whiskers.No waiting
sting keep
have is only mine on trust. You will understand unre\ to regular English and its dialects. What man bushy you'l b riht.-New
the easy-chair in front.of the tire. Instead On August 1, 1816, St. George'sChurch York Mercury.
this better some day perhaps. i is ; names are very misleading. -
She leaned back we ily. Volnpuk alongside of Pigeon Engli"hpIinl1capolis ? this.Here was a dainty little sitting room, Leicester England which, was "
Will you let your mother-in-law live in Tribune. he was tall and slender, with a "So, said Mr. Donegan, "they'sbeenprinting
your house-for the short time that re- I knelt down, unfastened her cloak, -[ sandy mustache, and had not a gray a rich, soft carpet, a hanging lamp a new building, was entirely destroyed the funeral notices av a man
mains?" she asked, smiling faintly up at pulled off the wet gloves and chafed the of elaborate design, huge plush easy during a thunder storm. The steeple
hair in his head. He from Maine
cold little hands in mine. Presently, Baby blue i is the height of fash. came that wan't dead a nice fix he'dbe
me. very JitIf.
"Yon ask* me this-jou-to' whom I with a sigh she raised her eyes, while a ion. and although but thirty years old, he chairs and sofa, a pretty rattan rockerand. having been burst asunder, parts of it in if he h ben wa o' these people

ewe-" faint tint of color returned to her wan had been for six years captain or the a table strewn with the latest were blown to a distance of thirty feet that believe iverything in the newspapers. '.

."You owe me nothing," she said stiffly; face. Big Oysters are Sick. Edna Dunn, now ]lying at Constitution magazines."I in every direction, while the vane rod ."-Washington Star.

"and for the last time I beg you not to fclt is for your sake, Jack," she said, wharf, in Boston, discharging her cargoof : beg your pardon," laid the tall and top part of the spiro fell perpendicularly Mr. Grcatwadde"These
speak of indebtedness again. Ask Georgie but in tones so low and sweet the words sugar. ciptain, who had been looking curiouslyat down, carrying with them every lawyers are

, I to fix the day, and until the marriage it were scarcely audible. The enormous oyster shells displayed the her; "but arc you not related to Miss floor ia the tower, the and theworks fearfully exorbitant. I had my will
captain "nothingto bell
would be as well for you to continue to "What, dear? What have you done in front of n popular rosiauiint! are an "Wel puffed Annie Bourne, of Kennebunk. of the clock. man drawn up to-day and he got $5O for it."
reside here. for sake?" I asked, still kneeling now but to get rid of the old sex- falling Mrs. Gieatwadde"That's
Afterward, home is at my alnion.Hi In the Indian Ocean
your gronth.
; : indeed she is
I "Why, yes, ; own was not arrested until it on the nothing.
there and the small tant. I should ashore next time if I arived
chafing soothingly '
Langdale Grange where go
a couple of the 1l1s's Miietiavs reich: iu et.on5arr Just think of what hell get .
sister answered Etta with aaimatioa.
hands. ground, under which was strong brick
fragile had Must )
rooms set aside for me- two sextants to navigate by. 3 "
'-rk ,hIt! : : die. Detroit Free Press.
l the iS'.i-ki-es-is
-i/.e but
: ie: ; -
.Bat just then my love came in singing Ah! this was the Edna. I had once work the old oil on'some landlubber or "I used to g known whom to know had been <'n'; t'l I I IJ'y n .!ii i.t'.s? whi<'h. to the oyster, Yabsley "See here I
t gayly. only to somebody." the old Berwick Academyyean ago; batI blow. The gutters and ridge coveringwere Iadg ,bn
love. She was her own sweet self is ; .l"ll.j,1'1"; ebp'ii.itii-i-!: to flu have that
'When will you marry me? I whis.! again. > .. didn't know she had.a torn and the pipes used to con let you five dolls
The siter. week
pered taking her hands and into But-what did it mean? .::'!:.. T'in! -i-! ; : ;-J 5- ,'TM".JI: <'IHKU'.Ii.i' ; package was lying on an newspaper
looking "Oh I went to academy from the roof blown I ago, you said.jou for
and yes, my- vey tbevwater were i
read .
which he had
her beaming "I will tell you. I came here now to .: :':::! (l\st.I.', bill it i i.'nrc: iII: sott > i.'\- through "
eyes. for I knew wonU ; his last out. self, but it was after she was graduated. to piece}. Mr. Highton calculated tha I while only. Mudg"Wel"I told tho
tell .
"This is Monday. What do you say to you; you keep your a ':i -e i. -I' ';: .: : i t'ic' !h"t. through on trip
Friday, Jack? Mother is so anxious to promise Jack. I was quite sure )OU ."_( ,. 1I l"I'l;; :;a'":ti! '.t-: .si':: Yor':: "The very thing!I" said he. "I'll puta "And. was old Brown principal when power developed in the discharge of the i i truth. I "
be rid of met"I would keep your promise! I went awij 'J notice in'the paper-'Sextant: for sale, you were there?'' lightning which destroyed this church more than half an hour. -IndianapolisJournal.

could scarcely] believe my Happiness, on Tuesday. I am on my road back to cheap and somebody don't bite at From this the went oa for tei minutes with some known mechanica force. He .
and the Grange nobut walked here from WilY HE cou.nVr! TA1ir orr. i
said so. and that the discovered that of stone
it I miss kntw so many a tons Husband-"I think young Mrs.-
BUt mind, it is to be kept a profound the station to see-to speak" with)'ou- Principal Smith is one of the wisest ,The next my guess. the the other did that they soon became old acquaintances. were blown down a distance of thirty' Prettyface was green with I
"You have been ? morning only envy whel
secret Not soul away
to know it until
we and kindest of teachers! )lnt nowanllthen
Did know? But : feet in three seconds, and consequently came in with new bonnet
tome out of church." "Yes. you not per captain could see in the paper was this: you your 00.
"Thank heaven! I exclaimed, fenentlj. haps yOU have not teen-Misa Hargreave his watchfulacss a\c-s him o%IT- Sextant for sola by a ship ; near- The captain at once noticed that she a 12,220 horse power engine would have Mrs. Ilhumor-"Hateful thing. She

"No bridesmaids, no-" since'Monday night?" she asked, a gleamof su piciou.;. In the geography class! the lyn ew and m perfect order;captain will ba sold was a remarkably neat and pleasant little been required to resist the efforts of this i just did that because she knows that

"No anjlhingl" she laughed. "I have gladness illuminating all her face. other day his eye fell upon a boy \\hc cheap. Address 0.. 4 Gob office. woman, and Etta Bourne thought the single fUsa.-Scientific American. green is becoming to her."-Chicago
"I did not know had I have seemed 'hiI .
stopped all chance of Edna talking aboutour you "gone. toe eating some And now my story's begun. captain a fine-looking man, tall and Inter-Ocean.
being so much together," she con- been very much enaged, I answered, '.Jack." saM: the mister: sternly, Paste. "
Etta Bourne bad been at work in a strong. Apricot 4.
tinned. She believes w? are cousins. I vaguely.She; "take tint: piece of candy out of join Gaswell-"Goethe once said, 'Wo
told her so," drew one hand away, aud, stooping, mouth at once." millinery store in Boston. for nearly two "Well, Captain Sprowl, said she, Apricot pas ?, known a? Kamar el ought to look at some picture

"Ion-told-her-so?" I eked, drop- picked up a crumpled letter from the To his astonis-hiieut a giggle i \\ent years. She and her older sister Annie finally, "I musa't forget what I came Dine, is, together with dried apricots, day.' Dukkats (of miserly proclivities every

ping her hands and stepping back a pace, floor. "That; is my writing she said that, as round the room, and the next in..tantJtL had learned the trade with the village (or. I believe you have a machine taat one of the principal exports from Damas )_"Yes, and there are no finer work
gazing in amazement at her beauti she smoothed it out. "How strange milliner down in Kencebunk. you wish to sell?" The fruit when gathered is
should have been reading that-that ] ; Jack answered: cu. of art extant than the steel engravings on
ful glowing mischief face.-she Her eyes sparkledwith -you that-cruel letter now, to-night! *'I c.iu't' sir; it's a gmuoil.-ll} [ But Annie who had long been the "Why, yes," said the captain, won- crushed ia I kind of large iron wire the back of national bank notes."-Pitts-

"Yes. It was as intensely replied:amusing-in "Wh, so?" troit rroe Press. belle of the village, got married, and dering what oa earth this attractive sieve, and the thick juice which result burg Chronicle.The .

don't Jack I 1 .Etta concluded to try her fortune in young woman could wautjof a sextant. from this collected in earth
fact, a glorious bit ot fun. I first told "Because-oh, get up, THE MYTTER oIIT.. operation i Swallower"! have had
her you were a relation that day I love to have you kneeling there. It is Boston. "And how did you come to want to en vats, and then spread oa planks cor-' Swor I
*the meeting in the fernery; but like the happy days of long ago. You The pastor was calling at the house of She was full of ambition. sell it," pursued she, wondering what ered with a layer of oil, where it they want me any

when she had seen you kissing I don't bate .me, Jack-I see it in your Brother Billings!', and the slUa'llo was So it fell that in her two years in the use this sea-captain had for a typewriter. allowed to remain two days exposed i longer in the museum. Fat omn-

thought I'd get overit in this way: 'Have eyes-although" I behaved so badly to entertaining him until the parents: came millinery store she studied shorthandand "Well, the fact is," said the captain, the air. At the expiration of this time "Well, who will take your plot
you a cousin-a male cousin Edna?' I you? down. Sword a-girl
with the intention oftting reddening a little. "I bought a new one Swaower-hWhy
asked. She said she had not. But if "Nothing could make me hate you, Ed- "Do you over go fishin'?" impaired the typewriting, : the paste i removed and turned. On Boston going her words."
you had and you liked him-just in a na. But tell me, what is it jou have been youngster, who had inherited his father's herself to bt a confidential clerk. the other day when I really didn't needit I the fourth day the paste i again removed Chicago .walow

I cousinly way,you know-jou'd not think doing for my sake?" fondness Tor the sport."I Sunday she saw this advertise and of course, I haven't use for two. aud it then has the appearance It-Ocn.

it wrong to let him kiss you?' I ask el \b. presently, but not Ibis very mo- am a fisher of men," he responded."Do ment: And," continued he, "since turn about of a band of leather, very thin, and of a ""Mr. Gigha said Taper, "I

She acknowledged' she would not. Well, ment. I want to make a confession loved to you carry your bait in a jug, like For Sale-Jones's Premier Typewriter at is fair play, I am going to ask you what reddish-brown color, about a yard and a would le '. absence to attend .

then, I said, 'there's no harm in Jack you fiiat. 1.-1 have always you- does," was the usvt question, and hair price; been used less than a month; in you want of one?" half long and yard wide. I wedding of a very dear friend."
hl I Thi i
to-uajV Dudley kissing She me. as you saw him do loved you better than ray life.write It that was just at that moment Brother Billings: appeared perfect order. Address O., 47 Globe office "To earn a living with,I said she. the finest quality of paste. same "It most be a very dearfriezid indeed to

> scarlet." understood and blushed your letter own renouncing father who made That me was in youi with a seraphic smile of innocence Etta Bourne, being a Maine Yankee, The captain looked puzzled a he went operation is repeated once or twice to mk want that much time. Who .I

"But you did not tell her. You only led prosperous now-now all is lighting up his genial countenance. knew a bargain when she saw it. She fato the stateroom to get the sextant. obtain a second and third quality, each "Why, sir, after the ceiemony -

her to suppose-" I urged, and waited quite changed. We are both poor-both [Detroit Free Press. wante to 0\n a typewriter, and so shewrote He had heard that women were becoming: time a little water being added to .theresiduum abe will b my wife."- .

with bate breath for her reply. dependent. We are equals. Tell me, tell a brief note addressed to "0., 47 the rivals of men in almost every trade of the former operitioa. The "The! man down there at that table,"

* of"How absurd"you are to make so much me that you love me still!" A KEVKLATIOX.Young Globe Office," asking where the machinecould and profession and he vaguely wonderedif bands of paste are then folded so a to said the waiter, glaring at somebody at
-fc such a tithe! she exclaimed,with some She leaned forward looking into mj )Ir.Ycerw had been foralong be and it into the Miss sometime
impatience. "I told I gazing seen, dropped Bourne was intending form bundles of about five pounds weight, th other end of the room, "is no gen
cousin. If you think she Edna doubts you it are, I will my eyes. What she read there can' oulj time at the antics of his little letter box as she went to work Monday become Captain Bourne. which are sold according to quality. tem. That's al I've'got to say."

swear you are!" With that she swept guess."You do, Jack?" she whispered, thui L I three-year-old baby. The child wa I morning. "Well," said he, coming back and Scientific American. the with him!" asked "

across the room to the piano, and began forcing me to answer her. sans hair, sans teeth, has a red face and Now, I said at the beginning that the holing ,the sextant out towards her, the cashier. "He's' breaking them _

e ngmg*ith exquisite pathos-an eveningAs "God pity and forgive me-jes!" 'a frightful yell, but she was his child, advertising clerk was to blame. Perhaps is. The ivory on the scale i a Microscopic cue of the President, lemonade straws so we cn't use 'em

hynl1i1 eha It seemed to me in those few moment and he loved her. At length the little the mistake was partly that of Etta little yellow, and the vernier glass a A. microscopic pen picture of President again, doggone bun."-Chicago Tribune. '

do'n proceeded, tears trickled unchecked that all moral sense mutt have forsaken one looked up, and laughed; and the Bourne. At any rate it will never be little crack across the other edge, but-" Garrison by M. Diaouad, .an artist of -

cheeks1 and Mrs. Hargreave'g pale me. overjoyed Yeerwed turning to his wife, known. He Miss Bourne was holding New York, which is a .marvel of ingenuity i
I must own never had J "My God!" I jsried starling away! from I ejaculated, "By Jove! 3aud, it actuallyseems stopp. Easy Way to ReDoY '" ; .
'beard Georgia sing with The clerk wa sorting the replies and up in amazement."Whywhywhat has been received at the Executive .aDL.
deeper ( "I villain! almost human.'Jf .
her minute later, am a though baby was
Nevertheless a as them in their boxes. this?'* she Mansion from the artist. The It is seldom that '
It failed to affect me pleat "You-my Jack-a villain! She f Harner's Bazar putting apropriate i picture very now you see apainter
urably. I knew the When he to Bourne's letter to stammered. is about eighteen burn off old with
twenty-four by
: in performance was I smiled, then rose and stood before me QCEST10X A AXSWER.. came Ett paint a spirit
perfect I had detected its war,and yet felt as though I "No no, no! You are the dearest fellowin "0. 47," he read it "O. 41"and put it "Why, it's a sextant," said the cap inches, .said i an excellent likeness of lamp or torch, though ter are still a. .

discord somewhere. the world. You flirted with me just a i )Mildred What are you looking at me in the pigeonhole as such. tain. thought you' knew what that the President. The face i aurrude I few t stick to -the metho. The

little. Yes? Well, that is all over now I for? That little mistake looked Jike." the American flag clean
very by way paint. or
CHAPTER IX. for I i what I'd like to look at wa a very 01 I I t f wo
deal !
She will not mind a great Jack-
of'course, but you who have noticed "Bat .tere's some misunderstand side. The features, evea to the ears,'the eve metal, to mix lime 'ad' f
TWO too. Ah,
MVB8. I dear she flirting,
And we were to be married on she think cannot care, for was you aa 1 do, JacK! It you)Mildred for. What? how things go in this world of ours have here. I hve any use for a sextant.It 'flags, the body and the buttons on the I pretty.thickly ia water and tel apply .

4 What would Edna think when she Friday knew 1 was because I wished to ace you happ Jack-Forever.-Boston Courier. discovered that thp most serious changes was a typewriter that I understoodyou coat are all filled in with extracts from I tr ely with a brush. .After a shor lm

-what would she say? I could not keen) that I made an excuse and asked for two THE FIRE. in the course of our lives come about had to sell." speeches made by General Harrison daring i the paint caa h scraped o wibo

J .ray promise to her; it was impossible days' lolidaand: went to:-Leicester i CAUSED from just such little happ niegs. "A the captain astonished his long public career. Those WcU1. Any aatu can u re
: typwrter"Md
i&!Tnp e' Fortune had turned her wheel iu shire. I wanted to be sure, in case you Wool-It is said the firefly strikes the For it was that very day that Captain no. Here's the speeches contain 11,000 words, and th .: epc only a ltl care advisable, aa.

fpfavrr drawn And I believe that I was boina r really loved her, that she vr. s worthy of" I spark by rubbing its vings together. Sprowl advertised his sextant for sale. advertisement and he put the paper in artist fittingly characterizes them "a life I rth 11 remove skin from the .
onward f..te. mo-she is not!
by Jack believe : .
That I wia: I.lply a mere puppet' in jon"Hush; nnd, hush!-" I cried, beside myse r. !I Van Pelt-I presume that's caused right; I have defcctive And Captain Sprowl was "0 41." her hands. history of.Gentrt Harrison."-WasUiag-;,I bud fse even,'more.rsfftdly .thaa it. -.

the hands of Mrs. llargieaie weak I *I tell ion I am a villain-a base dishonorable : often lead flew.of tires being by a l\oft' the t l cat i was a very busy Row: a I have said, Etta Bourne wa ington Str. -* ;;&P. ;!wf t on paintfrom .' wovinetsL.'" >

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.V ,: COUNTY MEASURES, NOT.MEN. > ed as Should- Not Be. Election Notice.WHEREAS COME. S .of AND- SEE THE.

One of. the cardinal principles of, Maxwell Governor The legislature ot 1891- UDder theconstitution
the democratic is that it seeks'' of 1885 of the state of Florida,did
'0 party resolution, } .been asked to state pass Joint resolution proposing amendment
>- WEEKLY AT8'tlREEI1RADFORDCOUNTY.FLORIDA-- to carry out its measures as a matter Baskin should! to the constitution of the state of Florida I
i-f what. did the A. P.' S
of the' first it' : And the same was agreed to by*vote of three- S -
imporunc"Mlst The Hon. AU ) of Florida, and ; fifths of tile members elected to each house;that
S ". I.C.WEBB. makes the election of men to officea resigned his Pll the vote on said Joint resolution wa entered up 1 ,
or and Publisher. readers vc.will at- with the and
wr on their respective journals yeas ---FIRE --
a qnc lion of secondary consider elector. nn l The j follows nays th eoa,and they did determine and direct

t1ON (1.00 A "IUR.1 .5 ation.: tion held in Tampa I'I j : that the said joint resolution be submitted to the ,
I should not be elected electors of the state at the general election to be "
S _ _I This grand feature of the democratic 1892. having" of his incompetency. held in each county in Florida : ., ..itfr
in II. .Milton. Jr.. On Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in '>
Jto Act of
Coign** .
k. is the it has
party reason why Hon. Augustus E. slate affairs. has no October.1892; '
,v $'arb, Flir.,tn* ixevnduijjatter. been enable to withstand the mutations P .o'5ta1. That S of the executive I the said Tuesday h-in? the 4th day of the said a

; U the tool of I October. Tha said joint resolution reads as follows ,

of tiiuv! to out.ire rival parties, action ecutive of said }republican party some, no : ARTICLE I. ,Hlmj RIE'" : ,\ I DRUQ I : : : I : : -i;
and weather the defeat OUMPANTSells
to storm of
S TICKET. II X of the constitution is j : ; ; ;
the aid William Section 2 of Article : ; ,
I nud disorder and to maintain its instead of '* record is nut such hereby amended so as to read as follows: The _. I -',

. S ':.\., Prcftedcnt:: S and as on to the people of Flor- exemption provided (or in Section 1 of Article X .
k strong powerful signed. f of the constitution of Florida shall inure to the .
,4- CLEVELAND:. the day on which, in its youthful tr of the legislature widow and descendant ot the party entitled to .,of'".
BAD l for the such the following viz:
very meas exemption proportion
S ..., i-Pr'si.1l'lIi: vigor, it launched its fortunes before Dr. and he defended One-half thereof to the widow, if there bea 2
Mlr S the and its banner to I Recently ; widow, and the remaniin half to
.2 E
people flung
_/ STEVENSON., the First ; right for a long the child or children and his or their
: 'Presidential! Electors! : the political breeze. Men die andjias the time that he run for descendants.tha latter taking the interest their None but FRESH Garden Seeds.
S perhaps would take if ali ie. If here
5 parent parents
out of sight, but principles J liveon two years ago acd be child,children descendants then the
'. T.-M. SHACKELFORD. ter in thc Soo no or ,,:1'
-, : principles imbedded in the eter- they were all exemption shall inure to the widow,if there be
'- ..5 B. P. BLACK WELL, ; the third party. can change his no will,as provided in Section 4 of this article. If

S ', S .A. E.)MAX ELL. nal foundations of truth serve the All this unjust aud plead in defence there be no widow then the exemption shall inure ''f"'
the descendants of the entitled thereto .
W. N.THOMPSON. biiweeding generation as effectually of munopoly had democrat' and was ,and to sucn exemptions shall party apply to all debts 1

S as the preceding. I New England then we are of except as specified in Section 1 of said article."_ They Will Burn All Their Old Seeds :

For Congress risri Strnud District: Men are selected by the democratic I ated moral \. can be driven by New therefore, notice of such determination .
I is with the following instructions
That hereby given. :
CHARLES M. COOPEU. party for office merely as instruments last idea of belongs to. Any elector desiring to vote at such election :
these wild. \' .- is too tame and weak in favor of the said amendment shall hare written
For Governor: to enforce its measures ods which We don't A'ant or printed on the same ballot on which the !

5' HENRY L. MITCHELL and whilst the question of selecting oppressed clashes be diiven into wrong- names of th,person or persons voted for for any
5 office or offices at said election are written or TUESDAY OCTOBER 4 1892. t
5- For Justice Supreme Court: @ the man for office is pending, should dress of their : or set of people. printed. and on the same side thereof as such ,
unbelief in the Balkiu'olcll for the names are written or printed the words"For the
R FENWICK TAYLOR. prefeiences for individuals be con "and elector desiring to vote
t Word f.f God. and introduced the Amendment any

II'HlcrcdVh n the selection is made The old political for it of his own againfct said such amendment ballot, the shall side have thereof written above or

tI I For Secretary of State. man be lost sight of and They must either I judgment-which he printed prescribed on,the Against on the mendment" 'TRUDY STERNBURG & COWholesale

, JOHN L. CILUVFORD.'i'r the ticket supported, that party new parties, with an untruth when he The votes cast on this question shall be canvassed
and declaration and return thereof shall be .
forced him into S
, Attorney-General: measures may be maintained. munistic sup- made by the inspectors acd by the county canvassing ,
Nihilistic Surely we don't board and by the state canvassing boardin *!:
Mr. Blaine before <
, WILLIAM B. LAMAR. was an aspirant incoutiorertably governor of Florida. the same manner and at the times as votes cast .'
the Minneapolis convention for the for persons for offices at said election are required -
1 bate Uie is pretending to be
, : For Comptroller: nomination of the republican partyas as the detpotisin gates of and corporations, and Tn by law attention to be canvassed.of the sheriffs declared is called and to returned the law Retail Dealers mt

, ;,! WILLIAM D. BLOXIIAM. its candidate for presidential honors lieve it to be that he is making requiring them to cause a notice of the said election and in :
to be published in a newspaper printed ia the
: For Treasurer: but was defeated. Senator Hill a just God will 'I > upon a free pass. county there be a pacer in the county;and if .
able fire. But I [ in opposition to the there be no paper published in the county they {
CLARENCE B. COLLINS.For I wa an aspirant before the Chicago more the awful to us that he will be shall cause,least five copies of this notice to De ."t

convention for the nomination of the I down the fair fa the railroads whether posted in the most public places in the county. General! Merchandise
Pub'ic Instruction
Superintendent IX TESTIMONY WHEREOF have hereurto S
democratic paity as its candidatefor and make a set my hand and have hereunto affixed the ,|

W. N. SHEATS. presidential honors but was de birthland, for the pretends represent great eal of Florida at Tallahassee the c

For Commissioner! Agriculture:5LUCiUS feated.. Both aspirants, felt keenlythe nopoly. while it is charged, capital,this M day of JOBS June L., A.CRAWFORD.D. ISOi STAR fcE PDOPkIJA.Groceries .

B. WOMBWELL. that Joe Strip P. S. 'REW3.t.Tt"'tary of State. i5'.ttJ .
disappointment.Mr. .12 ; radical I that ever Sheriff of Bradford County. Staple' and Fancy, };;
For State Senator..l5th District: Blaine retired to his home and Let the ( republican boodle July 1. !& &-3m S .

). L. McKINNEY.For has made no speech i in the_canvass, voting for the the state. If elected Notice of Election.TO Any conceivable article. ]

but has written a short letter ill dates read the he beTbound to recog ,
the House of Representatives "nigger" party, of all and singular the Shci:f. of the several
which he advised the republicanparty from A. E. countit-s of the State of FionJs.: Any kind of Provender fi
just as H ell have a re- Feed ,
to stick to its organization, but republican state be done with it. Secretary of State for the Sute of Florida, do I for Live Stock. '.

\"ea\"er, the third party candidate failed to mention the name of the for Georgia only experience as hereby give notice that aGEXER.U

for president, failed to make any republican candidate for pre ident. proposition to he helped to pass will be held in each county. ELECTION in the*tate of Florida Largest I
is now sorry for and ou Tuesday next succeeding thf First )IQ:1 lay iu Dry Goods Millinery Stock
thing out of the South, and has returned Senator Hill, like the Apostle Peter, party the state be might Lave to rub November. A. D. l,. the saM Tuesday being the ia town.

North disgusted with the whilst laboring"under disappointment } electoral vote over every morning, EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER

situation. in the crucifixion of his Lord son and Reed: for what he did the For Forone 4. four Rt-prestntaaye Presidential of Electors.the First eonjjres-sional t And Furnishing Goods, all styles sizes mnd prices !

and Master, went afishing.Y orldh' ROOMS OF ) district of Florida in the 53d congrv of the ClothingHardware:

Baskin has been repudiated by the wisdom mocked Peter for his credulity was a candidate For United one Representative States. of the Second congressional Call and satisfy yourself.

people of his own county. The and he had skulked in ATLANTA. GA. ) in Marion couoty Iwo district Florida in the 31 cotgresjof
thought defeated, which shows For Farmers EuiWers.Phosphate3llners.and
the United States.
To the Republicans .
afford elect
people cannot to a man shame to conceal his mortification; home lie was a good IX TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I Lave hr-rtnDio 1

lor governor whom his own people' but Peter's fishing trip resulted in a I have so many the his home people don't set my hand and aCixvd the Givat Still also Stores. Ranges. Cooking Utensils, etc.
. throughout (SEAL) of the State Florida at Tai.i.hasa.e% .
have lost confidence in. fresh communion with his risen and advice as to- legislature surely the the. :t, this the 15th day of August,
want him in the A. {. 18l'!. To suit vry taste and any pocket. Also tQt :
Former third party men are coming Lord, and brought him to the front related to the JOHN f. CRATTFOr.D. Furniture ,:',

over every day to the demo again a bolder defender of the Gospel party October, whether! of the third party, _Ang_2U, IS 2. Secretary of Sure. kiuds of other House Furnishing Goods.

cratic party. If the election was than ever. The enemy rejoiced candidates that government owner Notice of Election.

thirty days off there would hardly in the hope that Hill had skulked so many inquiries. other wIll I and reck TO the Sheriff of Bradford county. State of

be a third party man left. and would strike his party a backhanded lion publicans made I on safe that for account.the country, KNOW Florida YE: ,that I.JOHN L. CRAWFORD, Secretary BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICESLargest

blow; but Hill was only no into consideration i of State for the State of KloriJa.Uo .
tJ The committee asks the if republicans vote hereby give not io'tha a ,
state people pondering the principles of his partvand tion it is my :are plain and plenti Cieue<*al Klertiuii I

to oppose the constitutional the great interests at stake and should! 111 should not be elect Will be held in Bradford county State of Florida I .
support 1'1' 18 A DUTY .It.
yss ewe
amendment because the language last week when he stood beford that and aid in -and he never will ou Tuesday next ucctttln. : the First Inspectors. I n7 Ie C tbs A41 fer ysw --:
1.1 a Moudar 5" October. \ D. I-&!,the I. z
uaed docs not confer the property aswas i large audience in Brooklyn and commenced enemy Then in prediction.-Qadsdeu saiJTue3iay! being the I 1ST of the names of the persons appoinre-J t> w. L. n. YW.. .,..Ida I' ..III :i' .
serve At Inspti-tors of the Stat*an.1 l County It-c .. _
the intention of the law "I November we can flection in Bradford be held oa October .
speech by saying, wasA Fbr a Governor of the state of Florida. 41KXO
can have our of Bradford. For one Justice Supreme Court ot Florida. 4th,1SW: U '
A downtown who maker:4.j democrat at Chicago and I am a possibly carry the For a Secrettry of State of the state of Florida. DISTRICTED Inspectors: Thos J Burrin. .IT1f"4.
man democrat now this political Reed. We come to my knowl- For an Attorney-General of the state r,f Florida. J P )[cL'Ult Y', Lewis Futch. Clerk: E O Hill. ,
enemy can n ,
and believes in asks "Will DISTRICT Xo.IDspectors: Wm J Epperson ,
icy fate For the of -_
: Flonda.
a Comptroller state
1 '! experienced as keen a sense of chagrin till the power of lte for the legisla For a Treasurer of the state of Florida. Geo E Kelly! John E Dekle. Clerk: W ; '
Harrison be elected? Read his:
1H I do not see how in For of Public Instruction of the II Edwards. Jr.
at the devotion to principal as ? voters the eastern a Superintendent :. .r
DISTHICT No. 3.lnspectorsiT 0 Colson. J
backward and : democratic f-tateoi Florida.
r name get your answer a that if 1 E TownsenJ J L 'Ward. Clerk G W AUer-
( Hill did in his disappointment of not were ForaCommisaiouer Agriculture for the state Il
"No sir 'rah.
-Philadelphia hturc, convene in of Florida.For man.
Record. receiving the. nomination for president t Senator for 13th fenatorial district. DISTRICT Xo. 4.-In would for and
J at Chicago; and when Hill vote For two members of the House of Representatives. O Clyatt: John O Ward. Cleric: A H Wil-
S l> of measure liams. .
passage I 1:
'[ Why is it that the republican stood before the Buffalo audience a part of the east end of For a County Judge. DISTRICT No. Inspectors: Thomas Godwin S "f-. "

leaders are taking so much interest few days later and said, *'I am hereto from Who France was it for: Putnam or Alachua For For a a Sheriff Clerk of, the Circuit Court. S York., T P Register J L VarnaJore.Clerk: A ) :'

in this'third party? Why are they night to aid in the promotion of old Mexico, from the statement For a Tax Assessor. DISTRICT Xo. Inspectors: N D \Vainwryht. -
J C Richard, T A Kwght. Clerk K C
HY now that I would For Tax Collector. :
hosing their black followers to democratic principles and to advocate the Pacific ocean? Heiberger.
territory in- For a a County Treasurer.Fors
keep our .
votethe third ticket unless the election of Grover Clevelandand Answer-It was"c.T"2' County Superintendent of Public Instruc. DISTRICT Xo Inspectors: J II Moort EliHicks
party ferson aid the (. our debt is tion. 31 R Beasley. Clerk: Ovid Haynes.

"C they"expect to gain favor by BO doing Adlai E. Stevenson. No apologyor Who purchased: people desire ;change.E. For a County Surveyor.For Sept. 9,lS32.

? explanation is needed for my Answer P. \VAUD. a Justice the Peace in and for the follow.
ing Justice Districts, viz: Notice.
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course. The whole country was democratic party. No. One
Since 1370 the democrats have Two, IN Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Circuit State
electrified-the democratic portion Who Ly & Florida, Bradford County.-In Chancery:

been in possession of both houses of with significant indications of coming I quired from old Three Four,, Eva Carolne: Hoehle,as"the Executrix of the

congress but once and that .was J inJR80 Arizona and New Five, Last Will and Testament of Conrad Hoehle
and the with
victory, opposition I \n wer-P '! .". Six. Deceased, L. DOUl
and then the had
republicans ominous signs of defeat at tbe pollson of the Mexican Seven vs.
"don't blame the : Eight Uriah D. Miner and Sarah 31. Mi'.er.his wife; S3 SHOE '
the ides of November next. The I pirly. Nine, Mary D. Kisinjr and O. M. Rising her husband .'
democrats for much of the legislation courscof these two defeated Who gave away Ten, ;) t?.J.Husband and C.J.Husbacd. THE BEST SHOE BTHETOU fH_ -
aspirants her and ).Weeks A pa.t.e W -'ee. aat._ _
I the best Eleven. husband Geoj-jre and S.K 'ro.{ .
of the past twenty years. shows respectively the effect portions For a Constable in and for the following JusticeDUtricts lyers, M. A. Myers and S. Blumauer partners ealt.v"' .ootk 111111118. flso'd _.. et.1orciIbJe. .
enough to make 411r1111e.u.aQ I J4'
business under the
viz doing firm of
Baskin,Mann &Co.are third party of party teaching in point of princi I Ohio? No, One : S. F.Myers&Co. frIxD as 1&the to 'n III -*.,:;1;'O'i'

pIe. \uswer-\ Two, It being made to appear by the affidavit of L. uu.. ._... %
men just because they want office. Three B. Hhpdes, complainant's solicitor. appended tt> .cIV._I' ....
The democratic has kicked The democratic party has been in three republican! '. Four, the bill filed in said cause that the above orsu.J eqas J tK
party existence anti Who allowtd Fire, named defendants. S. 'Eyersv: W.A.))'ers andS.
them out and their only hope for nearly a century, by wire fences .". Six. Blumauer. partners doing business under the $3.0CbIn wIIo... ." .
though war-worn and 1 battle-scarred, Seven. firm name of S.F.Myers & Co.,are nou-resi- :.
lic land in the .
office was in forming a new party, G IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I haveL. dents of the State of Florida and that they are =tees sad= S. .
T aid with the help of the republican it stands forth to-day the defenderof Answer- $ [ S.] hereunto set my hand and affixed the each over the age of wenty-one years,and that S2. Iiae'calf.*L13-.I". !
the best interest of the people trations. It was Great Seal of the State of Florida al T&llihissee their place'of residence is in the City, Countyand Isg .. ..1..l.
vote they hope to get office. tbe Capital this the 9th day ofJuy State of Xew York and their pofetoflice aJ- ..- .- -: -'
"V- the advocate of economical administration republican ) ,.. D.lS9" dress 43 and 50 Maiden Lane. City County and Vfter'1 .,-.- >
If Gen. Weaver understood the of the low laud districts. JOHN L. CRAWFORD.P. State aforesaid; it u therefore ordered that tae "
government, E v.
above named
land office S. Caws. Secretary of State. defendants. S. F. Myers 31. A.
situation of the third party in.lor- taxes and local self-government as territories were ; ) Sheriff.Bradford County. Myers and doing business i__. II"Ladles' ;
Aug. 5.1S'-2. under the firm name of S. F. Myers Jt .II-it :
ida he would not waste his time it did in its pristine beauty and Who informed and they are hereby required to plead,answer isNt.ri -J' .

-. and efforts here. Until tho first strengtk. These principles, amplified compelled I them Pure. Notice. or demur to the bill of complainant filed in this =.' ..
fences from the cause on or before the SEVENTH DAY OK NOVEMBER t .
Tuesday in October the leaders are embrace everything of vital Answer powder. Highest of IN CIRCUIT COURT FOURTH JUDICIAL' ,A- D. 1892, or the raid bill will be rro..ILDL.. t

vv without a After that the importance to the people. .-.Latest U. S Govern Circuit of Florida Bradford County.In taken as confessed against them.It SbeII' =1r.= '..
party. _.
cratic "' '
surveyors ; Chancery. is further ordered that a copy of this order 1 <
party will be without leaders.-Lees- And nov democrats of Bradford the f be published ia the Bradford County Telesraph. IIIIII&Ied ==. :S
president Co.. Wall St., N.Y. The Land Mortgage Bank of w..J'O'I ",,:
10 a weekly newspaper publbhed in Bradford ....-- : ,
burg Commercial.The would value the move their fences.Are I Florida Limited. I
county, you great I vs. !I I Foreclosure Countv, Florida,once a week for four cozfccu a'UCI ib.Js .... .
political heritage which b.wJ; the railroad S. Francis Gardiner. F. O. ) of tive weeks next preceding tbe above iieutiontti fV $
I'q s; democratic party ha* had no you tlers? ott'C. Take notice I Jaques and Pauline I Mortgage. d-ite Done and reudf red bv m.. this JU DOUGJUA0,Brack -.
received from .
fathers? Would I
your Answer Yes. cncr Jaques. I Wih day otSePteUlber.l9. W.T.MTrzss.aEAL .
chance to show the people the reforms the of this responsible for any debts J [ ] Clerk of the Circuit Court. J. W. HODGES. {
'ka you promote well-being to pay from $3 to j( Minnte Kleinschmidt, By X. D. W AISJUGBT. Deputy Clerk.
they are capablo of'carryingout. great fatherland of yours? Then Can soldiers lay left my bed and board. TT 1 being made to appear by the affidavit of J. 1 hereby certify that the above if a true andcorrect
L. solicitor, that the
JOHN KLEISSCHJUDT. Frazetcomplainants
-Phey. have not. been in powerS these lands and copy of the original now on file in my A NEW ;
the democratic
vote ticket straight, !.lS .i-4t above named defendants. F. O. Jaques and Pauline office. ERA IN ENGLI8. :
the Don't desert them non-residents of the of
Miioe war. Answer-No, Jaques are State
Witness ban and seal this
support ever.IJominee of the party Florida and that each the of my September ROLLER COTTON GINS. ;
for Sale. they are over age .
now just on the brink of success. If and maintain the principles of the regular price twenty-one years a ml that their Iace of residence 19th. :. W.T. W:. I
they have an opportunity they will How much of of an execution dated i*in the city of Providence.State of Rhode By X. {.]WLXNRGIIT Deputy Clerk. Clt''L The undersigned agent for Plait Brat. ;
only party that can give you relief President is.oe l out of the Cui I-land. It is therefore ordered that the above & Co.. will sell a Single RoIlerGL .1ri__ 4
do more good to the people than any Fourth Judicial named defendants F. O. Jaques and Pauline
law Patent
fioin the burdens which now passed by 'ruiC njr Cranklega. Belts an wrencho
oppress cercain and and each *
: other in a Jaques be. they of them are hereby Notice. t.
j party. you. gress? Charles)Myrr, Gustave required to plead answer or demur to the Dill of all complete delivered at Savannah.Cta.. :'
-._ _ Answer-Over Eoberl-n, doing business complaint filed in this cause on or before the IX Circuit Court. Fourth Judicial Circuit ol the at $130; aud Walrus Leatber.cut iJl strips, :
Tho TELEGRAPH has no abuse for shown by the .*tie of Mv r, Mailer& Third day of October. A.I).18ft!, Stile ot}Honda Bradford County.-In Chancery -'at 80 cents pound. .
THE RESULT OP PIUNCIPLE. ulte Wills and Owen or the sakl bill will be taken as confessed against : per
those misled third party men who The state canvass is I commissioners of dota? bu.ine under the them.It The Bradford County Bank. 1 iLPQLLlTZZR. $
will Lp defeated next Tuesday.They drawing to a Is that land ( Wills OeD wer de- is further ordered that a cop of this orderbe vs. au1(62m
close with a satisfactory outlook, ; the settlement! law.Answer upon wi sell i published in the Bradford County TKLKGAAPB. Owen Owens. Jr., and W. C.I
have our sympathy. They I door in a weekly newspaper published in Bradford Rouse,and Robert Foreclosure
favorable to brilliant for -It is. U tW
should be treated kindly I their a victory of Bradford te County, Florida ot.ce a week for thirty days stone Merchants of G. W. Young
; error I the democratic party. When the MONDAY IN IOVE. next preceding the date above mentioned. Done ners doing business T.uemp-'J I : .
is but common. Hy the time another being on and ordered by me this 23d day of August.1893. }inn name of Ro
election rolls around will campaign opened, it was apparent President : : tne legal hours of W. T. WlKSS. stone and Co.
they described lands Clerk Circuit Court. GENERAL BUCKSMIT1WOODWORKERS {
that the third had [ It
be all right again and! vote with the party people got I alliance, in I Ii of said Owen Owens. 1 hereby certify that the above is a true and N. Vf,being Hackett made cashier to appear of the by the affidavit, of
ten in their work and innoculatedthe of the third being in the county of correct copy of the original now on file ii my to the bill of complainant attached
democrats.The complainant
i herein filed
,described as follows office. W. T.WKKXS, -.CU- ,
with their that W'.G. Booze and Robert
people political infection Loucks Field T. Hempstone.
quarter of the southwest [SEAL Clerk Circuit Court. merchants and ,*
third party electors'are all re- and visionary theories to some emmis&aries In Township Seven south Auz. ,1&12. i the firm name 01 partners Rause.Hempstooe doing business Co.under.are -a
east. containing forty :
If extent but to what extent it I non-residents of the State of Florida and they ,
publicans. they are elected.they was at the sturdy Terms cash purchaser Commissioner's Sale. are each over the age of twuitv-oue and
rears '
will cast..FIorida8 vote' for the republican first difficult to determine, as they betray their County.P. S Cacws.Florida. virtue of An order made by the lion Wm that their place of residence and of businera is Is located at the old tinshop. wbeiwlMi"q-

nominee for president were blowing with a large horn, and, the hands of puty Sheriff. BY F. Jlalphurs county judge in and for Brad. in their the postofoce city cf Baltimore address U State 23 and of Maryland 2 5 West, that Baltimore is prepared to make or repair all kimHoC''
ford county.State of Florida,dated August 2Inb. iron, tin or woodworkHe wiD \"
Remember that as has since street.Baltimore ,State mU .;
transpired City Maryland
you are voting foi were relyingmore tematically ro 1S92. appointing me the undersigned con:missioner ;
Fair Route. it is therefore ordered that the above named de you a wagon or repair coffeepots4;
to sell the following real estate situated your
Harrison straight out and thai upon running the people intoan ter of feooJ W.
a century. and Dayton in thecouoty of Bradford and State df Florida. Ults. C. Rouse and Robert TMleaip- make you.a plow or repair your boggjv :
means force bill, negro rule and a undue excitf'ment-much noise- H a vote for belonging to the estate of C lL Hall deceased, ston,.doing business under the firm name of sLoe your horse or sell you a CJaiCa&a.k
Yestibuled line described as follower The southwest Rouse. Hem l tone.t Co. b*and they are hereby -
4.T check to prosperity in the South. than leading tnem by reason and Harrison is a ,, Cincinnati and the DOrthWest quarter aeclion eight, township quarterof required to plead answer or demur to the Aermotor. '
well interest ar umcnt. The demcratic six south,ot bill of complaint file-1 in this Cause oa or before Now. 3r. P. rmer. it will
Study your before you party in and the McI two trains each way range twenty-two east containing the :\E..X1'H DAY OF..l\O\"EXBER.\. pay JOG lap
forty ie Now .1Nn. niKr utaIl .
acres virtue
more or && by said <> about this \winJinill.
this confused state of affairs, in : Southern man year wirh luxurious order I will ell the aforesaid real estate at public the same being the rule day cf thu court or the be used for
yote.The buckling ou its armor for the nUll regular Pull- outcry in front of the court house door in the matters and things alleged in said bill Wfil be : any purpose tlut water PO" .
desire of the Vermont fray, never be : comp-irtnienf town of Starke in the said county of Bradford taken against them as.confessed.It can be put to. When ,you are In 10ft.
republicans could only dc as it has always done, his reighbors. between the legal hours of sale on the is further ordered that a copy of this order call and learn all about it. It does D
to do with the Australian Five trains a day )irst in published In tee Bradford County Telegraph TTT1
away that Monday October.A.D. 1392. take
is to before the a load
go people on and ludianaixilis.jwii the same being the 3J day of said month nd a a weekly newspaper published in Starke, Bradford wagon of nnoey In purcbaw :
ballot system shows, too, what an honest platform, declare its print Irs aul ,Iceper. to St. legal sale day. Said real estate sold for payment County. Florida once a week foe four consecutive one. but It IS worth' a big pockel foUIr. ,
great frauds the republicans are in combination of debts. Terms cash. purchaser paying for weeks next,preceding the aforemeutioueddate. yoo.
ciples plain speech, and trust to Goo loki are cars to title. L. B. RHODES. .

,. when they howl for a "free ballot the sober second-thought of the depending u I ; It is the direct Sept.e. 1832. Commissioner.In Done and rendered by me. this September CEO W. YOUNG
and fair count." That is the all the vital Or & I t : i,' Lims. Toledo Nineteenth D.ISA W.T.WKS. ,
'erJ'lut people to them Thomas [SEAL Clerk of the
thing they really desire for carry right. active you I I on sale everywhere. the County Judge's Court. Bradford. County, By N.I>. w AIXRWHT Deputy Clerk.Circuit Court. Starke, '. Fhu !
Jefferson in
laying the stomach be
I foundation your see llfnt they read via: State of Florida. I hereby certify that the above is a true copy
they know very well that with such stone of the democratic party nearly Dyspeptic Lnok or out of Cincinnati, By the Judge of said Court, of the order made and filed in my office JSW1SS&SONS'
elections the affected I" Exercising probate jurisdiction. Witness my hand and seal this 19th
republican wouldbe I you E.-O. September ,
party one Hundi ed years ago, announcedthis .Secure I In the matter of the suggestion of insolvency 189i W.T.
good I I WUJts
doomed. : er ani Ticket the estate of Henry 11'York.deceased filed by [SEAL] PRACTICAL .
as the true policy to be : Rood looks. l-I" T. CIe-k.
pursued ks-Uninistrat0ro'8Jd
yv sa.f.d e4ate.
N. D.
I O. 9 23-lf By WJUSSIQHT.Deputy Clerk.
with the people. History has verified : altoratra and V17HEREAS. \. T. Werlcs. administrator of ,
Our' third party candidates are these vital 'Notice. If the estate of Henry F.York.Ute of Brad. ORANGE CLIPPEI4L.ugtbT3eI.6

only of that faith lot office. It happens the correctness of the proposition -., Blotches toils ford county.State of Florida deceased has this Notice. S $

that the third Bradford ard it'is just as true to-day as plexion. Sold given that a special encv day filed of said in my a susxestionofthetnsolv; Si months after date I will present mv' accounts I .
ot the Stare
vouchers to the lIon Wm. F. Mat
when laid down by Jefferson. The store, 50c. per These are therefore to notify Mid admoicsh II _
selected thosevlio are weakest Railroad company will aU PQQr county judge in and for th*county of '
persons htlding claims against said estate to Bradford p -
in politics and tbe hottest after democratic party has maintained house in the town of file the same in my otIIoe. duly.uheutica'ed onII' the estate and of state John of W.Florida deceased administratorof fur R' .

office their candidates 'butatterIIext itself before the people because its Florida on the by the 9thdayotJ&Il\lJU'. A. D. lSa on final settlemeat and ask for a final discharge o i '
as which
The best salve day
; I there will be a pro rats distributIon of from v.
.1D. '1892. at 11 said ad ministration.May2I.lSSaCm
principles are right. the assets belonging said -
will be dead bruises sores estate among the
Tuesday they a
I ( ways and means creditors of tbe same. .1. V' Elf". li
letter of the pat-they will be IT IS JUDGE W. H. MILTON*.JB. sores, tetter and all road. Witness my hand and seal of court this the S9th- Admiul.tor. :

rflVenialSv laid on the shelf t At corns, day Of July A.D.1388.Wn. liipans Tab ales cure rb These!and Cflpi..eC o.'WI7"
away to a meeting of the state execujtive -, tively cares piles. (SEAL F.MAIMCBS, caasea.Bipans UUI7 wuna. S '
IllUm. 45bjs541t.4 Milt Lev. coniiritttH' he d at Jacksonville is guaranteed to F. R. MORGAN Jaly.' ei County Judge. Tabules move the bowels. PI'Bedeal The bla.i. IUP&b" e.neaL It k. =' .
k/UU4j .a.4 eaIone4 iaaSoki
I & S. C. R. R. Co. I .
or money Ripans Tabules uecI '
have for them V. 1! cure
use again.,. Judge Milton Jr., was select.S. box. For sale Tabules b the IIuItwuto ADd 8Itppb? S. '
Ripans cure liver troubles.
-" >. Tabules. cure. constipation. J. WISS & souse Nvavt. L I.. Ml
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Vote: ferVard who fails to vote, fails in the first ';1 i S .- -
: du.ty of citizenship. A:Full List; of ,Candidates for Sheriff.I -OfflcetWa ..
tj.fl"ln. Sept. -
30,1892.affairs. Vote ;
111., .. for G kins. County Office to.Select From. 'BIG ADVERTISEMENT : hereby announce myself a candidate: .-- ...
: for the office of Sheriil of Bradford .
county -
.. .. We call attention his week to Starke Drug Company. "
YOLOfOlMcKinneIYoto ? Before another issue of the TELEGBAPD S and ask the suffrage of the voters at
: J. Mr..N.: "J. Jones' big c lumn advertisement. the coming election. my8tr -
ballots Ilespectfully.
decided their -
will have
the by .
for Mitchell\ Mr. Jones has a big stock people NEXT WEEK II. AUSTIN.
iJuy1nferior: flour:when you and_Cooler. of who shall be our county officers tor TATE POWEll H. D.
goods fresh from the market and .
I announce
*A hereby myself candidatefor
bweit Home at the same Vote the full the ensuing term. We present below a a
democratic ticket. he has
to sell them, to re-election as Sheriff of Bradford county -
it Hetberger & Richard. The the. people cheap. full list of candidates as they are not an and solicit the support of the voters at PHYSICIAN AND SU GEON.
county commissioners nounced. If there is any candidate .
meet the fall election.
of at Respectfully
t fair line paints Monday. mentioned it isbecause he is not known::
t b'' .TrubySternbnrg'& Co.N. Jasper-uHow. very gay Mrs. JUDGE. 9 P. J$. CREWS. omee at Ca.kln.> Drug Store

Tuesday is Smith and Mrs. Jones are to night. FOR COUNTY I hereby announce myself a candidatefor
!f J. Jones' white diess goods election day.;. Don't the life Wm. F. Malphurs. the office of Sheriff of Bradford STARKE -- FLORIDA
They of
fl-, .,. forget that. are the party. county I myl3tf:
j J. R. Richard.
-' :I" fLff j re you purchase. Judas-"Well,"yon see, one has just .4 : and respectfully solicit the support of '
Some FOB CLERK OF.TUE CIRCUiT COURT. I the voters at the coming election. COMERLPEEK.tTS'ORNEY..tTLAW
persons will he been divorced from Smith and the
I 'Oar, line of ladies' black silk tun- disappointed. W. T. Weeks. Respectfully.F. and NOTARY

4ctenas cannot be surpassed. ,next Tuesday. other" has just become engaged to FOR SHERIFF. M. UYRD. -and-

l i Truby, Sternburg & Co. Col..N.V.. him. W. D. Alvarez. .- The friends of Everett E. Johns announce : Fire !nsura ce. %.. I'y
i Hackett paid Tampa a'' R. G. Reaves. '- CD him a candidite for the office of : Represents LIVERPOOL&; LONDO Tt GLOBE,
; N. J. Jones has a full stock ofWf.oneral visit on Monday. Out of the Race. PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON: OKEE3TWICH.
E. E. Johns.F. Sheriff of Bradford county. and solicit I SECURITY and HARTFORD Fire Insurance
supplies, coffins and caskets Mr. Wm. Tison authorizes us to announce }1 !. Byrd. V for him the suffrage the coming el<:c- Companies. Choice lots of Land in town ana
After next Tuesday there will be that he is out of the race for P. S. Crews. tion. Respectfully. County for sale.
*. nil prices. ,
> ; A at no candidates in the race. sheriff in the interest of his friends. II. Austin. $ MANY FmE Ds. STARKEt* S FLORIDA.nel3tf .

'm AU kinds of hauling done rtrompt- Ansel E. Cone. ] _'_" __
'Circuit.court Centennial Celebration.A I hereby announce myself as a candidate -
aj||11 >t ;J. 'V. Alvarez & Co.'s stables. Good on Wednesday centennial celebration' of foreign FOR TAX ASSESSOR.J. for the office of:sheriff: of Bradford Frazee & Hall.

; time to swap horses. mission work will be held the E. Wainright. county. and respectfully solicit the support '
t4' and New Home by Sunday
Domestio sewing L. D. Wall.A. o. of the voters at the coming election. Att'ys and Counsellors at Law
f ,machines' for sale byN The county school board will meet sdhool! the Baptist church in this cityon J.'McKinney.Marion Respectfully R. G. REAVES. ,

j, :$ Truby, Sternburg & Co. Monday at the court house. song next, recitations Sunday morning.addresses and A service other exercises of- F. Moore. I hereby announce myself a candidatefor ROOM NO. 1. JONES' BLOCK.

lit Hurdy N. Hodges. the office of Sheriff of Bradford county STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA.And .
will -
J. G. Alvarez for the latest There are ,seven boxes to in engaged; IP. Everybody invited FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
to vote
Go and
I Ij to attend. L. D. WALL, promise if elected, to faithfully Downey B lId'g. cor-.Third and
..tyles'of gent3' collars. : at the election next Tuesday. Superintendent. M. M. Hale. discharge my duty. Center strs-. Fernandina, Fla. '

I R. A. Townsend.W. m W. D. ALVAREZ. ;Jyl'r

'* ,:fSend your Jacksonville consign. Supervisor of Registration E. L. Dressmaking! A. Crosby.FOR 1I.E.L..lGERGltELAND

';(inenta to the Florida Producer's Odom was, in the city this week. Ladies desiring work of this class done SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN CD For Clerk of Circuit Court.I .

*"' 'and Consumers' Exchange. tf will do well to call on Miss Bailey and STRUCTION.J. -CD."" : -: hereby announce myrelf a candidatefor SURVEYOR.Deputy .
Work re election to the office of the
0/ commenced on the survey Mrs. Epperson at the residence of the latter L. IIU1.O. -
r t _. :Don't forget that we are headquarters of the new railroad last Tuesday. where they will open a sewing room P. Young. Circuit! couit\ solicit of Bradford county and County Surveyor.All .
the fellow
:: for James Means' shoes. October 3d, and will be pleased' to see T. J. Dekle. respectfully support of my Lines run from U.S. Surveys Field Note
citizens .
at the elect
'v Truby Sternburg &'Co. The heavy rains are doing much customers. Miss Bailey brings from the H. C. Peeplea. c+- .: ensuing n L vclllDS: and Oraltiase: System, etc.
Very respectfully.
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North the latest methods and severalyears' at this Office.
damage to the late crops this year. FOR COUNTY TREASURER.J. W.1'. WEEKS., tyCall
experience, while the taste and tact FLORIDA.WIILRIVERS .
poles and lace
I f.r Curtain curtains at W. Kellum.
of Mrs. cannotbe
Miss Mary Gibbons, of Anthony Epperson doubted by For Tax Collector.I .
i J.G. Alvarez. S. B. -
those who know her. Prices moderate.
,: is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. P. Hes Take your choice vote a full ticket and tIm hereby announce myself a candidatefor

j i The nicest table damask in the ter. Circuit Court. don't fail to put a McKinney ticket in the re election to the office of Tax Col-

: N. J. Jones' mammoth senatorial box: and a 'Gaskins and Ward lector of Bradford
city at cheap Next Monday, October 3d, is the day county. and respect- -DEALER IN-
4p C :dry goods store. Miss Julia Wall returned from an set by law for the full term of circuit ticket in the box for representatives. fully solicit the support of my fellow-
extended visit citizens. Respectfully,
at Micanopy Thurs
:' Just received a full line of James court for Bradford county, but as the MEMOIR o M. M. HALE.

Means' shoes at J. G. Alvarez. day. _ _ state election comes this year on the 4th. Helen M. Martin was born at Boston o I candidate GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Mass., March 7th 1838. She was married hereby announce myself a
S Anew stock of coffins and cask- Miss Maude Powell left Tuesday people who are obliged to attend court at Mel rose. u snbUi ban town near Boston ..... for the office of Tax Collector of Bradford

ets at N. J. Jones. for North Carolina, to be gone a would be ,unable to vote Judge Younghas August 20th, 1867, to Sir. Joseph Craw- : county and respectfully the supportof DRY

wisely decided to postpone the opening shaw, Jr.. and went directly with her thf voters at the coming election.RcspcctfuMy. GOODS

Have you tried Sweet Home flour? year.Don't of court until the following Wednes- husband to the city "of St. Louis. Mo., : 11. A. TOWSSESD.

I" The sales are increasing every day. neglect to vote next Tues- day at 12 o'clock, being the 5th day of where he was engaged in business with a The friends of W. A. Crosby respect- NOTIONS,

The best trade uees it. For sale by day, and vote a straight democratic his father. There they remained until the fully announce him a candidate for the
t October. Court will be called
Heiberger & Richard. ticket. on Mondayby year 1884. Mrs. Crawshaw entering largely office of Tax Collector for Bradford coun-

.S" the sheriff at 1(1( o'clock, and adjourned with her husband and father-in-law in the ty, and having confidence in his merit LOOTS.

::* Spring goods in an endless quantity Miss Clara Darby will leave tomorrow until Wednesday. People having business lucrative business enterprises!! which they and ability to perform the duties of the

at N.:J. Jones' mammoth store. to attend schQol at Jack- at the court will not appear until that conducted the meanwhile and has, ever office, do earnestly solicit for him the SHOES and
day. Jurors aad witnesses ale not sum- continued a wise counsellor in all their suffrages of our fellow citizens.

::1 J. G. Alvarez has just received a sonville. moned until Wednesday. business undertakings. Itesi>ectfully. MAST FRIENDS.

In 1884 disposing of their business interests GROCERIES.Starke .
car load of "Diploma" flour. Mrs. S. M. Wells has returned BUSINESS. .....
in St. LouIs. they removed to Law- I
For Tax Assessor. .
The visible business for the term is ,
Our stock of groceries the most from her visit to her parents in very tey, Fla., where they hove: established an .
little. There I candidate Fla.
are no very important cases hereby announce myself a -
home aud au extensive fruit farm. -
complete in town and prices way Georgia.The _ to be tried. Tetstonc, who is in jail await- elegant Mrs Crawshaw was an affectionate and I for election to the office of Tax Assessorof

:* hard pan. ing to answer the charge of assault with Bradford county at the ensuing elec STARKE DRUGCOMP'Y '
Odd Fellows' bell has a : devoted daughter ivnd wife. A true anditupartiti I.
very intent kill will attract the and solicit the ,
to probably tion. respectfully support
;L Truby: Sternburg & Co. friend. she was not clannish, .
i familiar sound. It is the old Red most attention. Two negroes are awaitingto ; of my fellow citizens. Respectfully,
without her intimate .
although/ not more
:>,' School books and stationery- evt Men's bell.Orange answer to the charge of breaking and :. associates. Of gentle nature genial disposition J. E. W AISRIGUT, Is now located next to the Post

t stock-at Morgan 13ro's. entering. and others are under bond. I inoffensive manner and broad I hereby announce myself a candidatefor
shipments have begun. There will be a few pistol cases. The Office, where the public can find a
L I others Tax Assessor for Bradford
Ask C Webb for cards stencils charity, she never antagonized nor county.
Several carloads have already passed civil docket does not show much business would she enter into the antagonist of and solicit the suffrage of the voters. at -
etc. of the Florida Producers' and full clean stock of fresh
P and the probabilities are good that with the coming election. Respectfully. ,
through town. I others. Possessing a high sense of moral
4 i Consumers Exchange. tf Judge Young's quick way of dispatching rectitude herself. she could not and did L. D. WALL.

*!t Job printing of all kinds at the A great deal of ditching has been on business Saturday the and court not will continue be able to over adjouru into not approve of wrong in others yet when 1 hereby announce myself as candidate DRUGS,
h, TELEGRAPH office. done on the streets this week to get another week. speaking of or condemning such wrong- for the office of Tax Assessor of Bradford

| the water off. Below we present the list of jurors .I Iit was.with regret that there was any occasion county, und respectfully solicit the suffrage MEDICINESnd,

*,! We' have everything need and drawn to serve at this term of court: for it, never unkindly. A perfect of my fellow citizens at the coming TOILET ARTICLES,
you Mrs. S. F. Hanford and 1Irs.V.. lady, aught that was unseemly, either in oa election. If elected! I shall visit each
?.-. will make prices to suit the need of GUAM) JURORS. word or act, was never met in her. Of school district for tax relurns. SPECTACLES,TRUSSES etc.

'y.ur.pocket book. J. Prevatt, of Green Cove Spring, Gee W Baisden L F GayJ noble. generous impulse whether in the Respectfully A. J. McKniv.Iherebyannouncemyselfas .

r Truby, Sternburg & Co. are in the city. B Bennett M L McKiuacy city full! or the sparsely settled hamlet, The Prescription department b under
L B Dees J 31 Alvarez sire ever sought out the sick and needy a candidate -
the immediate control of MR. It. R.
N. J. Jones has 800 The next meeting of the S. L.I. A. Thos Fielder N J Jones ones, and never seemed more happy than for the office of Tax Assessor of

.; lots for sale. Crosby eemetery will be at Mrs. W. Ellery Davis' J B Johns 1) M Malphurs when administering to their necessities.She p Bradford county, and respectfully solicit JOINER who has had 20 years' experience

: home Walnut street. W L :Summers J E Dekle "went about doing good." Of refined the support of the voters at the coming AH prescriptions carefully and accuratelyfilled

tastes and exalted sentiments, she election. MARION F. 1100RE.
day or night. Store Sunday
the P. PETIT jcnoits. open
f Write to & ,C. Exchange
neat and tidy in her
Jacksonville market The TELEGRAPH next week will II N Hodges 0 F Bair wus ever personal To the people comprising the different from 1:30 p. m. to 3:30 p. m.
: ;, for : prices before appearance, while the home of which she
elsewhere. contain a correct tabulated report of J.s M Brownlee ElI Hall the was moss tastefulin political parties of Bradford county I take Starke, Fla.,
; ship tf was queenly queen
: you J Norman pleasure in announcing. through tbe columns -
; the vote in the county. W W Chapman 0 all its adornings and appointments.Early mcDRUG .
y O C Croft N II Hull of the TELEGRAPU, myself a candidate -
New line of low shoes just receiv- in life she became member of
Prof. and Mrs. McDonald have J G HollowsS J PrescottW for the office of Tax: Assessor of
Methodist church. It i
.: deal Truby, Sternburg & Co.One the Episcopal $ Bradford and ask
E Davis J L Varnndore county
located in their new house in the not known by the writer whether she ever in STORE.
you to support me the coming election. .
lot of 8 cent calico reduced north part of the. town. /McElree'i WINE OF CAROUI for female disetsei. transferred her membership from that 0e HARDY N. HODGES.
communion or not nor need it
society or
1. to {> cents At.
?' Rev. Mr. Iloleman preached a Lawtey.The matter. It is enough that: she assumed For Treasurer -- .
Truby, Steruburg & Co. Christian discipleship and ever exhibitedthe "
very interesting sermon at the Episcopal continued wet weather greatly interferes I hereby announce myself a candidate
implanted Christ-spirit of meekness .
church last with the work of our strawberryand for re-election to the office of Treasurerof
"Quite English know"Lour. Sunday.Mr. .
you gentleness. love an') good will to all
"*.- SwjoW cigars at J.. G. Alvarez. vegetable growers. I At 1:10 m. Wednesday. September Bradford county, and respectfully sol
.. residence has p.
Work on Dr. Todd's new
"* .. A. Floreus has returned from icit the support of my fellow-citizens at
l/ WM WMMM aB HW IW B Mre" 21, 1892, her blood-washed spirit took its
t. make his trip to the \Vest. He is begun. When completed it will be one :+ ., the coming election. Yeiy respectfully
4 returns ou day of sale.p looking of Lawtey's best residences.Our departure from its tenement of clay and J. \Y. KELLUM.I .

& C. ,Exchange,, Jacksonville.W much improved in health. community sustains an irreparableloss winged its happy flight through the gatesof .
I in the death of }lrs. Joseph Craw- pearl into the celestial city. Her death hereby announce myself a candidate

JE"1dILUON Politicians and office seekers all shaw, Jr. resulted from chronic. Bright's disease p for the office! of Treasurer (.r Bradford I

$ BOXES of art think and fast this week; the judgment Mr. E. Q. Hill and wife, who have been the fearful malady all too iasiduously county and respectfully ask the supportof

t W wffes wanted by Burton K. Barrs day is near at hand. in the East a few weeks, returned iu safety accomplishing its work through the ctts- the voters at the coming election. J/L. GASKINS,
last. months, if not years past. In her last Respectfully S. B. DESMABK.

':i'. Jacksonville.jfj Messrs. A. E. Moitt and George on Our Tuesday county superintendent of public sickness to one she said: "If 1 must go 11 DEALER IX II

; it will be short I am ready." Tomother : For School Superintendent. .
hope ; & MedicinesStarke
instruction of Prof. Barnett -
was a Drugs
Gardner returned guest
:TfIf.. want to feel and yesterday from a
you good sleep she said: "Get the Bible, please! 1. I candidatefor
on Tuesday night of this week. hereby announce myself a
J.weU .at night, go to Powell and get short trip to Valdosta, Ga. Miss Celia Alden, who attended the and readto me." And when the fourteenth : election to the office of Superintendent ,Flac

[ : soria Df his meat Normal school at Starke and the teachers'Institute'at : and fifteenth chapters of John were of Public Instruction for Bradford coun- Physicians' Prescriptions
Dr. Stewart has take "
: to some Lake Butler. is rewarded by read, she said: "That is good enough. ty, and respectfully solicit tbe support of tttrefuf Compounded et l.ouraf or

:1.. All Bummer, goods at reduced pretty hard drives now-a-days to the highest grade certificate the countycan It could not be otherwise than that one my fellow citizens; at the ensuing election. nIght

fr': prices. Truby, Sternburg & Co wait on his country patients.Mr. bestow. so beautiful in character and life shouldbe Respectfully, -
missed from the circle of her
Miss Stella Bonnell is spending a few T. J. DEKLE.
J. U.: Colson who has been intimate friends, the larger circle em U.D.MINERWatchmaker
Peaches, berries days at Kingsley Lake with her friend, I hereby announce myself a candidate
grapes bracing the'entiie community, and, most
spending the summer at Smiley, Ga., Miss Mary Pudll y. for Superintendent of Public Instructionfor
I.: and
etc. in
oranges season. of all. fiora her own family circle.
Mrs. B. F. Alden last
spent and
has returned to Bradford Bradford county, respectfully
: tf P. & C. Ex. Jacksonville. county. The funeral services, conducted by the
l with her friend, Mrs. Puddy, at Lake solicit the support of the voters at the
\i1 writer, were held at the family residenceat
Next week "hosa" traders will Kingsley.Miss coming election. Respectfully.
i TheTELEGRArn 10 a. m. Thursday, the 22d, and were and
will be sent: to take the town. Anything that has Florence McCulley has returned to number of H. O. PEEPLES.
attended by a large sympa-
.. .. juiy address for $1.a year. Cleveland Tcnn.. to prosecute her stud- writer and C-I I herein announce myself a candidateFor
M. .three legs and one eye will do to ies at Centenary Female College at that thizing friends after which the *
re-election to office of
wife, and two other lady Superin-
Go trade .
to1 J. G. Alvarez for the best on.Mrs. place.Mrs.. friends accompanied the bereaved husband tendent of Public Instruction for Biad-

,Co cigar. _ i Prof. McDonald left on cross on. W.Thursday U. Kemp of was last called week to by Wa sick- and father in conveying the body of ford county, and respectfully ask the sup- Jeweler.Largest
of the the election. .
voters at coming
the departed to Evergreen cemetery, port
Men's straw hattv various styles 'Tuesday for West Florida, where ness of relatives. She returned the first Jacksonville, where it was gently laid Respectfully. J. L. HILL.I .

t&4 ehapes;nice and cheap at she called to the bedside of her of this week. C-t
was await the for the
M.*. and Mrs. O. C. Knox, of Highland, away to rest to great resurrec- announce myself a Stare Fla.
J.G.Alvarez.iNo dying sister. attended the funeral services of Mrs. tion morn. o office of Superintendent of Schools in
"Dearest sister, thou hast left us, Bradford cornly, Fla., and kindly ask the ..
,, Crawshaw Thursday of last week.
on .
trouble to get your money lIon. E. P. Ward was in the cityon The tin wedding anniversary of Mr. But Hero'tis thy Uod loss that we has deeply bereft feet us.; P hearty support of the citizens at the ballot

i; when you deal with the P. & C. Ex- Tuesday. Mr. Ward will represent and Mrs. T. Lynk occurred on Monday, lie can all our sorrows heal." CDCO box, and promise that I will live uprightly Assortment
.. 'change. tf J. G. BilSNELL. and in the full and faithful dischargeof I
"" Bradford in the next September 12th. A largo company. excellent -
county rn the duties of that office. Hopefully. :
I{ 'If Ftiur-in-hand repast, a few tin presents, and Married. I
want G. P. YOUNG
you a pretty legislature.Our hearty congratulations and good wishes Watches Clocks and
ft tie.or scarf cheap to On last Thursday eve. at the residence -- ,
go constituted the leading features of the oc .
I merchants are evidently expecting For County Judge.I
t f, __ J. G. Alvarez. caSlon. of Mr. I. W. Pinholster. Mr. J. E. Harper -
business this candidate
a heavy season, hereby announce myself a Jewelry
::1 BABIES, ask for- if we-may j judge by the freight tffi-WINE OF CARDUI, Tonic for Women. of Middleburg, and Miss\ Eliza:; A. t-' ... for re-election to the office of County ,
'.' Bennett were united in the holy bonds of Bradford and
lORD'S Judge of county respectfully -
received dairy. ,1\1.: C. L. Says.I matrimony Rev. Abraham Crosby offi p I solicit the support of the voters at i

fINE Dr. C. A. Simmons and family attended the third party meeting and ciating. Miss Bennett has done much the ensuing election. Special attention given to the repairing -

WEAR speaking at Lake Butler last week. There work us a teacher in the cause of education WM. F. MALPHCRS. of Clocks and Watches.
arrived Tuesday from Magnesia and she will be much missed in
nl Truby, Sternhurr & Co Springs, where they have been was a good crowd in attendance and an Bradford county. The happy coupte will I am a candidate for the office of Good work done at reasonable... Tales.

excellent dinner. The speaking, leavingout make Middleburg their home. We can County Judge and solicit the support of
Fine horses and J W spending the summer. the voters of Bradford county.
carriages at their personal abuse of the democratic ouly say, God be with them tr J. R. RICHARD.Ve FOR SALE.
Alvarez & Co. Livingston .ALICE PINUOLSTER. .
Miss Emma Truby George
candidates was up to the general aver- CD "
and Orville Husbands leave age. Both speakers, Baskin and Mann Died, \ have just received a large The following described property located

to-morrow for Winter Park to attend appeared to be at their best. 1 hey stated On Monday evening. September 26th CD consignment of fresh Landreth's within the corppiato limits of too

school this winter. their side of the question and answered Jerry. youngest son of Joseph J. Cone, of garden seeds. own of Starke is offered for sale;

all the objections to it to the entire satis- consumption. He was about 16 years of ; Truby Sternburg & Co. Two Acres of Land >

Miss Agnes Howe, who has been faction of their own partisans who were age, aud had been suffering for some time. veil fenced upon which is a' good.'well -

spending the summer with friendsin already fast set in theif,fallacies, but had He was interred at the Prevatt cemetery. J W Hodges has a large stock of. '

New York, has returned to her no effect on anyone else. So far as making. Notice. etLOOK clothing that he is bound to sell. Sainted and plastered two-story dwelling
excellent well of water bricked from
the meeting was failure.It an
converts a it.
H' home at Kingsley Lake. goes This is to notify the voters and my I sec
seems that my "sayings" In the TELEGRAPH 0.- the clay; good stable and outbuildings.The .
\ 1 have the same effect on the third I friends in particular, that I withdraw my I OLD RIP TOBACCO. list the
Wednesday following is a of Trees growing -
Mr. Orrin Husbands left the waving of a red flag has name as a candidate for sheriff and I .

for shool at Gainesville. He is on partyites an infumted as bull. Some of them are 1 hope my friends will support E. E. Johns I .'" He'll chew this brand. who never upon the p'ace; -

the only Starke boy to attend the fighting mad and some even threaten I Ais.i.ECua e+ .- tried before, 90 Plum Trees, 13 varieties 2d year *
military school this year. personal violence; but all their bluster I Try BLACK-DRAUGHT tea for Dyspepua. I And having bought it once, comes bearing;Chestnuts 5.3 varieties.Ap- *"" .!**

will not knock a single pai tide ft dust,off .0 : back for more. pies, 6 trees (3 Standard)S on Pear roots;
:;;r I do not intendto ...._ 1
The friends of Mrs. Fannie Mar- the quarrel point with my pencil.any man because of his Pronounced Hopeless. YQ.t..,Saved. ,... I Sold by Truby, Sternhurg & Co. :40 Orange' Trees. 4 varieties;71 Pear
THEY COPY US. tin Williams will be sorry to hear political convictions or opinions, but to From a letter written by Mrs. Ada. K, v 4 varieties; Apricot 7; ,PersImmon
i llurd, Qroton, S. D., we quote; "wastaxea ; If ai'c due
anything on
We are being copied and we regard it that she is very sick in Kentucky.She reason with him as an intelligent human with a bad cold which settled on you your 77, choicest varieties; Peach 80. large

as a compliment. As n matter of fact we: is attended by her mother, Mrs.J. being, while I fully recognize the Unquestioned my Lungs cough set in and finally ter- ..J.- :- subscription to the TELEGRAPH we selected varieties; Quince 2. ChIne ., ;"
right of private judgment 1 minated in Consumption: four doctors will take oats, corn, fodder, potatoes i
rather like it than otherwise. It makes it R. Martin. All the above trees are in bearing most
The issues in, this campaign..are emphatically gave me up, saying I could Ive but a i'- chickens, eggs or anything else
absolutely. sure that we are on the right after vital and of the utmost import short time. I gave my self up to tiiy want ti> turn off and allow full of them in their second year.
\ T. A. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Knight you
track, though theru We confronted by a conditionof Saviour. determined if I.-could not stay
wasn't; any doubt of it ance. are market tf This place must be seen to be apprcL.need. -
before. enjoying themselves Washington, affairs which demand the cool wisdomof with my friends on the earth, i would price.
And. by the here is For further information apply to
way some-
meet myxbsent ones above. My husband e
have on to New York, where the statesman, instead of the platitudesof
for this it is
thing gone '
copyists to : their was advised to get Dr. King's New Dis- necessaryfor
ocupy and the cunning sophistries JiLT A. L. SCOTT
Mr. to buy a' big empyrics democrat U ,
minds with :JLeUhem. Knight expects anxiousto covery for Consumption Coughs and every > keep posted upon<< ,
try to sell such stock of goods. of demagogues who are chiefly Colds. I cave it a trial), took inTall, eight the issues of the day. Tbe TElxolL\PD S arkeJ' Fla.
toes as we arii of office __
offering for f 1.50. Then put the immediate possession bottles Unas cured me,' and thank OodI I OUT will bring you the news. $ a. year.CIRCE'S ., -
t*a.'big' difference .between' trying aii.l\ them against all the future hopes and possibilities am now a well and hearty woman. I. 0. O. V.-Revzi& ,
succeeding r : The young people emioyed of the state. I do hope that our people Trial bottles free at Starke 'Drug Co'a ; .( WINE' OF CAROm for Weak Ncnrc. meetingrwr Ttumdar *". ,w
They may try to fly. but Itcai't selves at the home of Mrs. Sharpeon will look at this matter seriously- store. regular size. 50c and 91.00. 4 'night in tbetr luUi.Tr n -

be, done; they may try to match that Thursday evening. Among other fore casting their votes at the October 'as FOR N. JONES' BIG Bradford .Lodg& No 42, F. & A. M.A !tent D"1Cedt brother;"ltAh{ '"> -

.Offer.with exactly the same effect-it can't. amusements a peanut hunt, in well as at the November election.ALC.L. A full line of James Means celebrated Me tTnundA7 night: before the third .,. > j1-:8,0 .G.IipansTabulesae -.- -
each month. '
\ be Sunday 1". .
doue.: which Mr. Ed Duncan captured the shoes for men and boys at W*. F.MAtPHUR3W.5L
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FLOIIIDA' NEWS BUDGET fahs. We make the following extract FIELD GROVE AND GABDEN7Interesting a ble from during the period of growth. -.MsrrledjWomenintheWet.] A.Cholera Care. p

rom the circular: 1 I it is desired to know whether a soil f Mining Jteeord
"The state board of health of Florida General Jordan of the
already provided wit nitrogenous mt The western married own has no standing of chloroform in

(Maiins a Variety cl! Interesting and desires to impress upon the municipal and ter, it is sufficient t sow'a L in society except by his wife's side. 8879: "A tablesponful water is an infallible -
county authorities! and all others to whom and I four
I Notes on Agriculture wheat upon a square of ground I The man who "runs" the towns are seldom A doctor who I

t? .ow Enter[ is confided the welfare of the people the which has been manured with mineral seen at the parties, which are man- cure for cholera Ala. and had OLISH

fe* Topics, great and urgent necessity for stric attention Mcnltore Jar Florida Readers subsaDc only. Without the aid of nitrogenous aged by their unmarried clerk In tho had lived in Mobile, during a

[$ -- to matters of cleanliness san- the mineral matter has old courtly days a man and wife had a great success 1 curing people about it. 1101. BE Tto EIVEO nd PaJntnitWT' .

& '.. jtary police in the cities and towns under scarcely any effect upon Therefore social individuality; but when a man cholera epidemic there, told me wentto ,11 ISka *amel .mn4 burn ft. _"
and in Florida whelt I
Railway steamship men their charge. The rules and with Other Topics in if he When in the Cuban revolution. The Rising Son fttov. lolll BrUl ''
end throughout the south will be much regulations Supplemented tho small square givesrapid attends a social gathering in the west insurgent less Durable.aDd th !
of the state board of health lrescribe) as Close Relation Thereto. a and healthy vegetation and a is expected to seat beside his Cuba to --.belp organize or BLu pab.with every purl a a "i;
gratified at the announcement that Mr. goo himel the remedy,
follows I had chance to try .... .. .
a -
William P. has secured control : -- crop it shows that the earth had a wife and behave as as can, to the army -- -
of out
Clyde among
the affairs of the Richmond Terminal That the city council, board of aldermen Making Tardy Tree Fruit. cient supply of nlroiln. for the mineral end that people may understand tht he for a'cholera epidemic broke was on f

or other municipal authoritel, Z. C. Fairbanks says in American Gardening masures is not only fond of the women his the troops. Jly first experiment H

company. S wPostofUcc charged by law with such : In such cases root-pruning is On the other handto ascertain whetherthe home, but in company as welL a negro, who was in the last stages.after h.m. "GermaiiSyrup"

, F incorporated cttus and towns in this sometimes resorted to, but this is a violent soil contains a sufficiency of the mineral If a married man should attend a western cured him and hundreds carried

) Inspector Fred D. Peer arrested : s'ate or, in cases of unincorporated town, l proce's. Try checking the'growth manure (phoiphate of lime and pot- affair without his wife he When we marched the officers fell

T. B. Parrel, themail contractoron I the county boards of health where such of branch, limb and shoot at or just before ash), manure plots with nitrogenous substance soca very apt to be approached by bottles of chloroform, and if a man

the route from Tallahassee to Cara- I exist, or the county commissionerswhere tearing trees aie forming fruitbuds.Or only, planting one with corn, another a married woman who would ask him in out sick with the cholera, the remedy

bole a few days ago for robbing the no county boards of health exist, shall dr\w a cord tightly about any of the I with potatoes. The great influence an audible whisperWhere is your was applied, and be was able to resunhlhis the
mails en route. It is cIaimed by the the tree. A that wife?" and there woul be certain place. I have seen men lying by
provide for hou c-to house inspections of brunches of the trunk of phosphate of lime has on corn, sorghum a

postal authortits! that this solves the nil l such cities and towns at leant once a bolder method is to remove a narrow I and sugar cane, and potash on po. something in the woman's tone indicat- roadside in a state of collapse.. aldead. dismount ?!t- William McKeekan, Druggist

mystery of of I he?wholesale! disappearance: m ntb. between the] first day of May and strip of Lark from around the tree. This, tatoe and tobacco is well known; therefore ing that be ougl to be ashamed of him- An officer would ride and up, be- Mich. I I have at '
valuable had
registered letters and packages of the for the if the self for under such circum and apply the remedy
the day of November of each year; when done after a part cap corn flourishes we may be
on tbe route during the past several and frt it my be done efficiently it is y ear'4 wood-growth has been deposited sure that the land has enough phosphateof stances. I once knew a gay young husband fore the column had passed the man the Asthma badly ever since I cDe f*

: years. Farrel was committed to jail in also ordered by the state board w ill do the tree no permanent barm. The 1-me, and if (he potatoes flourish the to exhibit a paper, signed by bis would be in the ranks again." out of the army and though I have

Peosacola by United States Commissioner that blanks for this purpose as prescribed remainder of the sap will remain in the l land does not lack potash. wife, to the effect that he was at tho been in the drug bsines for fifteen J 1
Tunison in City. '
default! Factory
: of a 0,000,. bond. by this board, shall be used, setting top of the trees until new bark has been Thus two experiment requiring but party alone with her knowledge and con- '"Four Foundation railroads one for a n belt line and two fuel- years, and have tried t

Ito v forth the number of inmates of tho ormed, and this sap develops fruit-buds. a small area ground trying three sent.-E. W. Howe in Forum. oil pipe-lines are sure t mke" biff ctf here,' thing on the market neary.eve. ,i:

S A story comes from Daytona of a man house of each sex and color, whetherany different crops are sufficient to obtain indications sid Jay Dwln u> -. ., ChlC nsttit..( when Four given me the slightest relief h ;

who caught a bus weighing twenty s ckness exists in the house at tbe Mang-oei. I neccessary to a judicious system The Sultan's Poisoner. they lac tones at once They new were houses and stores few ago, when I unt. "

pounds, and they seem to consider that date of inspections, or has listed since Mangoes have proven profitable here of culture. The variable yield of these Among the Turks the usual method, are going locate! .-Chicago Xevs sche month= I usd B'fi:

this was rather the fish ot the season. l last inspected, and tbe nature of such that thousands of young trees or plants crops, compared with that obtained from of end is to to the Geran Syrup. am
trying punishing a poisoner has been
They should remember however that set ( Mr. Wm. Vaughan l land manured The thermometer proven b glad to acknowledge the great good :
sickness in either case, end the general are being JUt I with nitrogenous mineral make Him drink his concoction if invention of Galileo ill%)<>.
ono day from the turf Jlr. has realized $17 from the sale of fruit combined will own it has done me. lam ,
AJfrcd sanitary condition of the interior of the :. manure measure the rich can be found. Otherwise the accused geatyrlie
Glidewell of Grand Island pulled a bouse und premises, e-pccial note being from two trees aged respectively three ness of the toil since manure is nourishing any is half beaten into Something Vital Importance. ed during the day and i

a. bass tbat weighed twenty-sis pound, made of the condition of the water closets and six years; and has consumed at home i i material of plants, other things being confession strangled A poisoner or who survives the a ning Do in you know,"elnsls that the the state cause of of the your blood sicknessor run sleep without the least trouble." d

which is, we believe, the largest and fiu- (tI pool", sinks or private vaults; and given to frieLds more mangoes thane e qual, the higher profits of the field depend preleminary ordeals, but is convicted jour your health? This is a most important matter ,

4 cst food flsh that has been caught at the und the mayors of all incorporated cities h hRs sold. One tree only three years only and alone on the greater easily nevertheless is tortured to death being .although overlooked by jx-ople who show
by Your
S Daytona beach this Docs old from the seed on Shrader & Mess- : extracted of the found in a great deal of goodsense otherwi1.
season. ud and
t any cone towns presidents of county quantity same spread eagle i in the beat of tho sun. blood has to be kept pure or your whole system
I know of one that will beat thatb of health in those towns not' incorporated more's place, gave nine dozen large mangoes the soil; therefore the more accurate It is said that to the gradually becomes a\eck. It cots very little
S Euttit Lake and another four old, yielded of this substance its up a recent period to check disease and correct the state of the
Region. yeats knowledge
of boards of -
or presidents preparation
sultan's list of palace employees included blood if the matter is taken up in time; but it
county commissioneis whem no county thirty-three doze: Older trees have j I proportional use, and how it may a Turkish doctor in poison cost a great deal and is often Impossible if V L' THEi.ONLVTRUE
expert foothold.if ,.
boards of health exist, are especially more, of course. Winter Haven mangoes !. be procured on a farm in sufficient quan- up after disease has gained a
Duval county doing the right thing whose duties were not confined to attend with -
; with the are mostly of the apricot variety, and are j t tity. and with the least cost is of the you are Hhil. Ich.Humols
her board of health will permit no vessels charged enforcement of this II ing the sick and tasting the sultans food. Swellings\ skin Hhumatism
ule. superior in flavor and comparatively free j. greatest importance the farmer. Thereis Pmple. Scrofula, Malaria, .
without t It has been known IRONTONIC
to enter
rigid inspec Constantinoplethat
port Kidney diseases Old Sores, Erup- !
from fiber. have commanded from
They which :
tion. Her passengers and crew must That no dumping ground for refute of no one subject agriculture the skill of the sultan's poison expert lions.or any other disorders resulting from impure .
A hare clean bills of health and no contact uny description hal bo maintained at twenty to fifty cents per dozen this season 1:. demands at the present day, more care, was called into service wheneverhis blood, write at once to Dr. S. C. Parsons, ,
while those brought from other continued and wide extended Ga His Blood Purifier is a won- '
or near any city, or settlement in experiments Satanna
with infected master wished to rid of dollar
any city or contagious I get some one and only costs ono per ;
disease for thirty days previous to inspec- this state; and it is hereby made the duty points have sold at twenty to thirty than tbe practice of manuring.A. .- who had offended but who had been bottle stamp for pamphlet containing
of every mayer of a city or president! ce-nts. Pineapples are receiving more attention H. Ward in the Republican. a lot of private and valuable Informaton Dr.
tiop. The vessel also of violation of the sul-
; must have no secondhand than ever before, and it is estimated guilty no open Parsons Female Regulating efficacIous will purify BLOOD rejralat.
household goods on board. of the board of county commissioners to tan's wishes or decrees. The present Write to him without delay KIDNEYS remove

The regulations apply to the Clyde shipsas promptly abate such a nuuance by fire now being that set eighty out. thousand This seems plants to be the are COLOR OK WAlt VKasliLS.N'cithcr sultan, Abdul Hamid, among other reforms The Only One Ever Printed. disorder appetite,buiM, restore. health LVE andvlscorofjouth. ;

well as all others. This! is the way to (if any now exist) in citirs. towns or has dispensed with the court pois ? D.IM
it revels ,
1. very homo of the pineapple, and CAN YOU TISD THE WORD ln llKe tion. ..
keep out nil infectious diseases.-South sctement under their jurisdiction; and and delights in our sandy soil like a oner.-Pittsburg Le.. There ia a 3-inch display advertisement in lnKabslulelyerdleale, ',
Xor White Desirable
Florida Sentinel prevent the accumulation of refuse this paper,this week. which has no two word
mushroom in a manure heap.Winterlaven Increased, .,
and garbage in such quantities as will A Central Tint Preferred. The Way to Catch a Porcupine.The alikb except one word. The same is boies.ucrve1msa.I.
letter in Bnrtow Courier. each new one appearing each week. from The
des,receive fore .
SL .. MuzIeTkem for Life. threaten the health and lives of tho citizens Dr. Harter Medicine Co. This house places a I.UDIESUnlike I suffering from Dew *
Under the above appropriate thereof. The best color to use for paintn.our porcupine climbs the tree as readily "Crescent" on everything they make and | collar to their sex,u.wn.l
very Grafting Persimmon and Grapes. war ships is a subject that en :lgin publish Look for it. send them the name __ ____ a safe speedy
heading Times-Union says editorial No decayed or tinted meat, fish, fruitor A correspondent asks how to bud per- the attention of naval officers ; as a squirrel would, provided you don'tslp of the word and they will return you BOOK, rose bloom ou cheeks beallle Compl.zto ':
L .. ly: Very fortunately for Florida the state vegetables permitted to be simmons and Being only an at up and cut his tail off while he is going BEAUTIFUL LITHOGRAPHS Or SA1II.E TBCK. told erervwhera. gennlnt zoo grapes.
time. It is found that neithci for
health officer happened to be in Jacksonville brought into or landed, kept, sold or offered amateur I write diffidence. I have I black present which up. Somehow or other he can't climb An interpreter in tl-e employ of the government 'Creseu'. Send u Ca'.Iap 3p (
'wih nt time used
and within easy call when the erroneous for sale at any of the ports, harbors, budded persimmons in the early fall in a for was one cxelusively the tree without his tail, nor he won't on Ellis island speaks fifteen languages CR. HJUTER MEDICINE CO.. St. Loals. .
the hulls of all .
report sent out from Wilmington : cities or towns in the state of Fbi Ida small with As painting come down without it. If you catch one
way very good success. naval vessels white is LADIES needing a tonic. or children who
Del., about the cause of Mahoney'sdeath at any season of the year; and any attempt soon as the budding wood is developed used the, nor whir.J now of these porcupines climbing a tree and want building up, should take Brown'Iron the Dutch

at New Smyrna reached this city t to do so will subject such meat, enough, one can slip several in the trunksof best on new cruisers, color chop his tail of he will stop right where Bitters. I is pleasant to take cures Malaria Proce

I Monday bight. Dr. Porter made a f fish, fruit or vegetables to destiuction, small persimmons, or the branches of adapted for either pence or war pur he is, and stay there unti he starves Indlgeston.llousnes5 and pure.Liver Complaints No
r'i prompt denial of the report, which was and the roaster of any vetscl, company, large trees, provided the bark slips read- poses. to death, unless he is away.-Philadelphia rch G OR
Black used for time and -
was a long Some of the African tribes their
as promptly/ rent broadcast over the, corporaticn or individua violating this ily. I tic with ordinary cotton string.In Times. pul fnger. "
considered the best for our w r ship" a:; till he joints crack as I form Other'
the medium of the Associated rulQ to courts of tbis
tht Chemca

country in
prosecuton order to have the trees good condition
I t the
; solid and clc
r Press. The denial followed the t state to bud it might be a good plan gave vescs 0 iu appearance ; The Phonograph In a Hen Coop.M. ANYONE would b justified in recommending a
No wearing well, and not requiring Beecham's Pills all affections of the liver preparation of
false'report within forty minutts. A cargo consisting of green salted the
to. work and mulch them during
start-of twenty-four hours might have hides, bone, bone dust, guano or fertilizers summer. much time nor expense in keeping the du Haudray, following the methodof and' other vital organs.Onr ._ W. BAKER &CO.8reaMastCocoa
vessels in
r ret ulted in much mischief. As it is, no i of any kind tbat hnve become damaged and be easily good condition. Afterward it Professor Gamier' studies of the Simian old reliable ej'e-w ater cures weak or in '
harm has been done. Under state law in I by water so as to be
; Florida the originator or the disseminator to the public h. alt, shall be come out; in fact I nlwnys graft grapes. the vessels cruising tropical as the hencoop. He places it in one
several cooler
of f.-lee permitted to be discharged r landed < u were degrees henhous?where the are at home J. A. JOHNSON.Medina Y.gays: "Hall'iCatorrh '
a report regarding a contagiousor I < which if &
Cut off the stock and dig down as near when white ,"
instead Drugg
painted of Cure cured me.&oldhy stf .olwt.ll
1 infectious dieense! can be punishid I any wharf or dock of any city or town in the root as It is possible to get a place to aKo made the vessels look hltk. I and when the ha been cackled :: i pure mnd '

severely> fine r impr tonmt'nt, or by, tne state, or in any settled part thereof. in off the stock and large, presented into for a hal an hour it is taken away I P I Itbumo-etMmthreetma 3'I
put a graft; saw and '
neat effect to the
't pleasing -
I both. There ought 10 be a law to reachinch At this time, when cholera threatens split it, insert the graft neatly with ono observer.I But experience has shown and made repeat all the gossip in a I l ;' [fhestrengthofCocoauilxed with Starch, Arrowroot or :

: individuals the in general invas'on into the United State.' neighboring hencoop. The results of the ,and is far
as one Wilmington or two buds. Don't us; any wax but pile that white is not the best color to Sugar more economical
who started false about a the health authorities find themselves experiments are said to be marvelous. ,costing leas than one cent a tup.
may thj dirt nice and solid around the
up It is found that it i is difficult to keep It i* delicious, nourishing, and XJLSILTDIGESTED.
state a thousand miles Such mischief called upon it any moment to care New York Journal.A .
away. stub and up us far as the first bud. Theyare vessels that are painted white in order ] _
,l makers can do more harm and I for a case of cholera, notwithstanding almost sure to giow. If the persimmon where it is to coal ship frequently Sold br Grocersererywbere._ .

cause a greater: loss than liD actual epidemic the exercise of the greatest vigilance by tree is large, one can start a graft; as in necessary making a long voyage or Far-Seeing Boy. W.BAKER &CO.,Dorchester,Nazi
of holcra otbir disease. detention nnd of land travel -
or They inspection by splitting a large root near the when lying iu where the
nuisances and to be EO are the avenues of entrance into party tropical ports, First Boy-"Why didn't you get a Il
.. f are publc ought I many trunk and inserting the graft. I it tkes I climate is generally very damp. White ,, .5'-
like mine
.' supprchud. the state by land. Safety ? AN ASTONISHING
the tree be kilhd.
". The value of action before disease appear When can budding gradually persimmons in the fall I painf frequent is apt touching to get discolored of the, requiring so Second Boy-"Huh! Wouldn't! have a TONIC FOR WOMEN. :

The Weather and Crop. is all up spots, Safety, that's why." .
... beyond comparison
greater it; is to treat them as dormant; that it is the
:: Bullttln'No. 29 of the weather bureauof than necessary very expensive keeping vessel "But that wheel kind McEERE'S'
that taken in the presence of an ep aud not cut off the stock until the following looking to nothing of the big you've got is ? I
\ the United States: dcpatment.of ngii-! idemic. Public safety will be best secured wel say old-fahioned."
H. (Springfield, time and the
,, culure. prescII l by operation with by s'ucb preparation as is known to Mass.) in sprvg.-F.FIn Agriculturist.Weeds ; But the points required mentioned to apply arc of paint.minor "That's all right. These old fashoo.

w weather scivicc, based upon be the most effective before tbe approach: importance. The advent of the modern ed ones suit me, Can't carry IJndles on 1 WINE OF SI

a: reports of thirty regular crop correspondent of the foe. Fortifications cannot be for Fertilizer. long-distance and the of 'em."Street & Smith's Good News. rsj7c!
!, represent counties erected while under tbe fire of the gun, _
1enty-three enemy. A number of experiments have been issued the vessel being a at .
target long range, -.
of the tate : The sanitary barriers which defend from at the West Virginia Agricultural L have forced another and most To Sell at Double Price. .

;' Rainfall-Tbe rainfall was above the fatal disease are much the same, whether Station to determine the fertilizing valueof clement in the discussion. In important of The souvenir half dollais to be issuedin ON] ENJOYS
) average for the week, the greatest it be Asiatic cholera or any other infectious weeds on the farm. Forty-nine of naval engagement at the present time a, support of the World's Columbian exposition Both the method and when

amounts beirg reported from eastern and malady The watchword of protection the most common weeds wcre selected,. not only should the armament of a vesselbe are to be sold at the rate.of one Syrup of Figs is taken;result pleasantand I CAROm :

the least from western Florida. The If we make our- and the results are given in the latest but also the color of the dollar for each of the coins. The boardof
.: cons'idcrct, refreshing to taste and acts
heavy ruics were injurii! us in selves clean tho cholera ,
harvesting may come, but number of Science. They were gathered easier: it is to distinguish a directors has decided to sell the souvenirs -
interest, and fruit it will fail to find vessel gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
young plants generally an abiding
place. at about the same time and in the same the better that vessel becomesfor direct to the public instead of .-'
and they rttarded farm labor somewhat Abate all nuisances prejudicial to the manner that the farmer should gather ,a target. White is placing! the entire issue in the hands of Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system It (
J I Lut liny mere in filling putilic hea'th aud make very objectionable dispels colds headaches Strengthens the Weak, Quiets th*
; ,
henefcil frequent inspec- them for compost. The chemist found on that account, by day or by night.In some syndicate. f
t well, p>' side andlnkts; trees and pasture tiou cf water supply, market and fruit; that each has a certain value, according fact, at night it is the most conspicuous and fevers find cures habitua Nerves, Relieves Monthly i

4 I llld.nd Ilr and game. The stalls. Bee that a plentiful supply of r to its species, yielding nitrogen, phosphoric of all colors. With tbe armor pierc- Easy Enough Apparently.Miss constipation. Syrup of Figs i Suffering and Cures

;, heavy showers wcie eipecially injuriup! germicides and disinfectants is keptconstantly acid and potash, the mineral values ing projectiles of the present day, the Buglty-Yes; but how you must only remedy of its kind produced te FEMALE DISEASES. :
to hayii-g in Polk, Al ard on hand to be freely distribufed. of whicn have been forgive and forget.
computed. vessel in
the first effective shot ASK
to the taste and YOUR DRUGGIST .
I':: Liberty counties, to coton pickin Do not wait to be applied to for The conclusion is that weeds if properly has a getting advantage over its adversary Miss Faraway-Oh, I can forgive, but pleasing to the stomach acceptable in- 1.00 PER ABOU. \"}.

in Lbl'rty nnd J. countes; to these disinfectants, but tike them to tho composted should be worth $9.00 and bids fair to win the fight. .A it's not so easy to forget. its action and beneficial, prompt CHATTANOOGA f ED. C.BOTLE Chtttiiwp,T .

oranges in Orange and people, particularly tbe pbor and ignorant per ton. This value is computedon I lerson a duel would never think Mist Bugley-Nonsense I I can tell youa truly m its ..
Lake counties; to youig plants in Lee classes and instruct them to fighting hundred effects, prepared only from the most -'
as I water freo basis, while the of wearing a w bite waistcoat, for the tbing.Iv forgotten.-London
; 0bwr(t potvnes ii' Franklin, their use. PrcthM 1 lll l law. Tit-Bits. healthy and agreeable substances its
county wet places m farmer will ordinarly gather reason that, being conspicuous, it wouldbe _ ,
Orange, Alatlmi, .nd Washington com in street and premises are filled in with about 50 per cent. of water in the total L an excellent target for his opponent. many excellent qualities commend it

ties; to cow peas in Lie and Aluchua; to clean, dry eirth and that all stables, stys weight. But it is argued that if th* Targets used for gun and rifle practice A Thin Querest. to all and have made it the most CHOLERA l

f" turnips mind cibbago in 'rnkUn; -to and sinks are kept clean and daily disinfected farmer properly remove the weeds from : the bull's eye and rings painted on Sunday School Superintendent-Tom popular remedy known.

guavas in Orange; to corn ia Jefferson; ; lime wash the walls and ceilings his laid and roadsidis. thereby decreas 0 white ground in order to present to the my, can you tell me why tho lions didn't Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c

to stra""t'rr planting> in rdftnl, of cellar, stables, privies and other de. ing the rnnual production and continued L eye an object which can best be seen at a cut Daniel when he was in their den and 81 bottles by all Its Origin and History
a vigorous of weeds mid I The same advice I Tommy-I it must b'en. mis- drug ;
growth pendencies. npple presence of the same, that if ho thus relieves distance. For that reason our war ships guess er gists. iPREVENTIN
grass have flfg up in the fields prcpircd with equal potency to privies thebucket hIs land of the tia h, giving more, should be painted some other color than ter, 'cause he was like you hadn't any Any reliable druggist who -ITS.-- ,

for ; there is some com system ..( excreta. Ad'i"e room for good, clean places L white. meat on him.-Boston Courier.. may not have it on hand wi pro

plant of oranges fplttng. So much against! the usecf water for drickitg cultivted ground grass the humus that uponhis it; Back is also objectionable for the The first cure it promptly for anyone who :
volume of
Indian tales
>r work in from shallow wells. Avoid from wishes to Do
prevented excesses
w(8th would not otherwise leceive, and thus reasons that vessels painted that colorare try It not accept any
Hcrnnndo nlU proved injurous h ncar'yeverything every form and be particularly moderate utilize all such matter as his hitherto easily distinguished at a distance and pen of Cooper appeared when the substitute. CURE.

; in Marion and E!cami>iacuunt t eating and drinking.The gone to waste upon his farm and in that they are extremely hot in tropical arhrwas30. CALIFORNIA 'j

*8. Jolnls i the only couitj circular closes with directions in ditches i and rod" the compost would hi t climates. Breathes There a Man FIG SYRUP CO An interesting Pamphlet mailed t any address -

.: which report rninf"l insufficient treating cholera patients aud in the use raised by thes\ profitable issues to thc It is recommended by some naval Who Inhale LOUISVILLE SAN KY.FRANCISCO. CAL. o receipt of Stamix :
CB.Q malaria-breeding air with NEW YORK,11.r.
Else w lure the prctipitation wa generally of __ full value of the officers thata neutral color be used L H.
beneficial difctana dry material a comrjut- composed impunity? No, not unless he fortified D. HARRIS, Pittsburgh, Pa I '.
c6prcialy to potatoo in cd t" be worth to hm: $9.CO per ton.- of 0 mixture of black and white, against its insidious poison w 1th b Hostotter'i"

fH Lake and polk c.unties. nnd fri par Florida Agriculturalist.Florida forming what is known a a light lead Stomach Then indeed,is he defended.
ticulnrly < ranges in Dradorl. chla, A Fine Rifle Shot. color, with just enough yellow or green Not only is this medicine mot thorough as A : 11ory His Ow Doctor. !

p Volusia. Lake, Escombil IDd IlilUborough Mo... added to give it a greenish tinge. 'Thi bulwark against chill and fever and bilious Ma
S rounti'' ; to rice in Osceola nn* The valuable Florida is without doubt remittent, but Ia. aiaBie "".
"The best rifle shot I ever saw moss of says Mr. an excellent constipation, i thoru hlyreJeVsdpp A 60 y Illustrated BookconUln- _
wa* ,
:. Lee,; to peanuts, tomatoes and grs s iL fart who acted an larry Bomford, abounds in the ham- our war vessels, as it is a clean, durable ousness and kidney trouble. In; valuable infoimatlon pertaining to dia
Lake; tn vegetables in Escambia, when the Tenn's"t'l'1 of the a* scout'' for II0ckl and back land. It is gathered color, and easily kept in order. Vessels ea KliAT I? ot '"S ''un>al> svstem.showing BOW to .

pond and lakes are fling up. The army Cumberland, said chiefly by In its natural painted this color can hardly be at A historic collection of railway tickets will cines. and CURE with the simplest efmeiJl
.. Major n:B. Bae-r at the Southern. "UN negroes. state it seen b exhibited at the World's fair. The book contains analysis!
prccijitatlon ranged 1 05 inches at name was Browulow hangs in futons from the limbs of trees a distance, and thus have a decided ad hip and mafflngeagid .:ment of chld4 '
iristol but whether he MANY are broken down from over ren, besides useful ,
5.71 persons prescription-
Liberty C'.unty; inclns in trends from one five beet in over an enemy's vessel
was I relative of the righting of t length. vantage work or cares. Brwn's Iron Bit Mailed,poet-pall. for 60 cents. Address
; at Brcvard county. parson The is white. This is shown ters rebuilds the malt.Onaranteed
'fiusie. that name I do not know. Brownlowwas moss gathered by pulling it from or by system digestion, re ATLANTA 11
\ temperature was below the I verae the trees jvith long poles or by the fact that the Chilean torpedo cruisers moves excess of bile,and cures mala. A PITBU8IIING lors&
.. a tall, lank of cutting splendid tonic for women and .
specimen humanity -
for the state as was ulso the amount and looked like the trees down and then removing it. the Almirante Lynch and the Almirante chUdren cure Bilious 116 Loyd StmectAz.eraOi. !
a typical frontiersman. Sick-
; of suutne.Crops.TIe. He wore coonskin and carried The moss is buried in the earth for about Condell, painted this color, during the Senn-elghf of the breal made in London is Headache and t Constipation.Atk each \

: crdiion of crop* is, 01. rifle a foot I l lo'ngcr than cap himself with a a month, after whch it is dug up and is recent struggle entered the ports of mae wheat bottle. Price 2. sale by druggists. -I 1;

:; the wholt' hit. rauy Bicious gr ui d which he could put half an ounce, of dried and shaken and told to the local' Iquique and Coquimbo at night, and If affltcfe-1 with sore eye n'e D. hacThomp Picture "7.17.70" and sample dose free. PISO'S CURE FOR 'r

is being prepared for winter crop, while lead squarely between man's at moss dealers for f 1 per hundred pounds. were scarcely visible to the enemy when son's Eyr-watpr.Dru.llst, 'el pr bUI. J. F SMITH A CO., Proprietors NEW fOKX. CeamptsvaDd popl |

: in other sections woik. being lcl-yi-l distance of half I eyes I It is then run through a machine called only a few hundred feet away, thus completely who bar*weak Juofi or Astha ..i. .
; p by ground. The corn is nearly a mile. He fought I No Wonder NATURAL; SU.1GICAL INSTITUTE ,shoaM as* flM's Car*for
"t.t ClOp good gin, which surprising them.
nothing than ,
-f. for sheer love of it, was always hunting i more a cylinder Connmptloa. It baa cured I t"
Librity at.d Hernnndo cotntieo. < rupjgestxcellent :- for victims and used covered with three inch spikes, revolving The statement has been made that torpedo People BpesvkWellof ATLANTA, GA.. thraM It has nd Inja- .
to boast
Biadford. that he Tip-it d OB*. It Is not bad to las ".
In and [
Ixr, but avfroged a dozen a week. He hung between a roll of similar stationary vessels are useful only for unex- HOOD'S.M For along I I; Jr..rmit8. find It Is tk. best conga srnswItoM .
arc repotted falling in L'ko ncd of night day, instances of this kind have been cited with weak stomach,In- .- .S|>ine and Jm t),P>t-
purls Volu&iacountie and when Old Tom,' as he e'alled his spikes is to knock out some of the dirt 'jr-i P'I. u'a. Ct- jMPTlON
*. In Orange CoUzlty it i bilicvid lingering eternity of a cracked and trash, but it does not complete tho which seem to prove that there is some digestion suid Dys farlh.Jia e and. prmt.
.. that the tr:e growth will corapensato there was certain to be a gun death., One job. It is then shaken over a rack truth in the statement. I such is the pepsin.. began takinghood' of the"Vr.niiTjr U"r I-a.

% for loss I in frui Tomatccc, I I.r tans, day framed of parallel bars after which it case, it especially necessary that these Sp and 'Soil, Nii'or.inR'raf.1 circler. .. '
during a sharp skirmish, Brownlow is [have all"r. A .......... .-.. TbirtT-nine. 9
:'cucumber, potatoes and cane ate ro I. ensconced in a big cottonwood pressed into bales of about 200 pounds vessels should b painted a neutral e Jly food IT IS.
himsel overforycars. 1n-
-,' : p* ; rd to be glowing n'ce'y in lake, tree and cach. .color. lr.I..lra.dare. \VT\touoweT hen i
dropping Confederates troubles ulster also took
whie in llernando pntaol lurnips.rice, fast as he wa coul feed bullets to 'Old as Some of the moss mills do all their Not only should the hulls of vessf Is be eldom l0' Sanaparilla mo with now.very My pleasing r1lt value rnlxe in for your your fnotvrear inuneF.con.parchnnioK .-- W L DOUGLAS !
hay Bcd painted with it but also the funnels and wonder people speak well of ,
r.a. pcr-li mont arc ex re lent; Tom, when work by hand the ginning The & W.L.Dgiho

but ltle tobacco, but of fine quality; no a sneak Mississippi sharpshootermade tall cottonwood moss,after having except 1C10 through the above spars. The sealers in the Bchring Sea It.SarMtparilla.. R.J.; ERCNDAOE Don't,Norwalk see how,Ct.they can help value which fur represent price nuked the ;: fOI

; cattle in good condition, and about six hundred yards distant. process, brings fr.>rn 2,50 to $3.00 per were able to escape the revenue cuter N.B.-is.sure to get HOd's Sarsaparilla. t"on.lnc!wille.IUr. $3 SHOE t.

dter turkeys ad quail are abundant aim. The Teunesseean spied him there hundred pounds.If cruising in those waters on aunt WTA KE SUBSTITUTE. GENTLEMEN '

lat Lee county reports guavas about two puffs of smoke from were the instead of allowing it to remain in the color of funnels and spars of the cut- Hood'Fills act easily yet promptly and THE BEST SHOE IN THE ,
among afflclently on tho liver and bowels. WORD FOR THE MOHEY. ;
: and that baying is retaideij green leaves and the two 'the earth for one month, it is left there ters. By means of lookouts stationed at A geneine
:; by rainy and clou'ly wtnthcr. E.c'mbitreports down lladfr t, with kicl'long came deer for three inortbs, the entire bark of the the mastheads they could easily detect Iotb lasSie. mf7voruW.'Ae IsO! set, rplu, ad calf.t., /

nheavy eighteen hour lain on rifles is the presence of a before they themselves any other shoe ever Jld M the custom made
rattling after them.-[St. JOSS pulled off and there remains a cuter e1tnC tom $4 to$ pr Equ 0 ".
s the 12tH, inju'lny turnips and fhraung Globe-Democrat. I.oui beautiful black fiber almost exactly could b sen and could easilyrun $4 S laDd-w..b.efl< T mcrt 1U .

:. plants. Preparations for winter hair. The hair tress brings from $5 lie into one fog banks common in fnO lieportn easy sioes from Ile t pi eu

f.rden. continue in DeSoto, and plant I per hundred pounds.Mr. "that' region, and hide until the cutter had A. remedy which, -. $3.30. ..Pole r.UII Mbss, worn 8&t1 aad all others wk* ,;''.

tog tomato turnips cabbage and Bomford suggest* the treatment of run out of sight. Had the cutter been I used b WInsattee ( easy t walk In> Iot I I7 ni&n .ena ed.,aboe,

in Polk Frnkln) countes ASTRONOMICAL. this moss as a good (GiM for investigation painted thi gy color, hull spars and S2.a0MFln* Cltlf' **. &ae reC er wa...... Shoes
Cotton is still She read of the funnel have for attendant o mora other maDTbei :
packing pro2ls planets, she read of the says the Scientific American. lie bn dicul Ip ire made for -ea. .0D8 Sha 17 that -
A and Liberty counties; crn gathering in stars, thinks a machine could be made which the sealers to escape ;. Q.I-b. speci InlfQ have fount tts out Te bU A.lw wot )'

Holmes and Libertv..and haying in Es- Though the subject was none to clear would take off the Blockade runners prefer this color to fic for.andobriatMtbe t BOYS' S and by boys,'.-.$1.73 Seh..I Sb..a :0.
the -
bark.leaving fiber 7 wor &e The.moss
'; .bla. "Oh, what do you think of this visit ol xithuit the necissity of any other for their vessels. 1 finement torture, of con '. abe burying the teaming '
'. moss l e3I1and-SiweJO_t sadSl.73 -
This '
l Mars: }t" color is especially for vessels ',; LADIES' .
frr so long a tim in the earth.-Fborjda suit t dptr 5boe tor MI. of the
She said to her in oU or fine Calf in"UtitndT a. ma. .).
husband waters g
dear. tropical not get yy
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EaseaitUI. Growcs. _
Clea.Uae. child. Sold (ort by thee
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f ; .A circular bi been issued by the Flor. Then over her liege Jor's merrv face discolored, like white, and at the same : druggist Seat a t :. QO costing tnm 14 to f Ladies ,.wish cuarom weeoao- I.. .

.. ida state board of health to county boards 1'hcr rudde a pain, Practical 'Va, of Te.tlnl Soil. tioie. causing the vesls 8 painted to b S :[- express O rpt %' =: :'-. -' 't ml: I their foter are E this our.1 0
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And he he "choked 'A much cooler than those painted black. pr $ : C\UTJO-Dwuofc'-nlbtU aw
":of health, municipal authorities pc a on his (i analysis gi'.e only want soil con- -L .1 *pre- ASK Such .
'charged with the and buttered roll, ihs the moment of examination and FORW.. L DOUGLAS' .ublttlU ar fraedulent ed subject to p.
care protection ofthe "Is your mother e-ominar anf' 'iot the Buenos Ayret,' Ag.uU (ring extonlirelr BRADF1CLO RCGUATOR pd If aGe fOF sale luyour SHOES.uend direct" fe'fb-l.eY1Dder f&iflteiCL!
in !In regard d. quantity which the corstitu- the .. invplom'enta. ATIA G wanled. e free, give e-elnlho 1 g < ,11esadwI1h "
10pnILr1 f-New { tins \ mnu1 G cbaat. '. I 'VII .01e *fi >ri and ICr ."
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