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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
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October 7, 1892
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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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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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, t, ; :' ..iVPL: 1'XIV, STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY OCTOBER 7,1892. NO.16. ,1.I

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W1TIHO.jiV Jrtoled in stiff, black silk, a lJUII.h of <">.- and at the same moment I gave a yell fit to take you off your feet. I'l ,

rANKIE E. csTnix DEO.lQcome keys hung 3t her sid& Stay I" I fxc1nimed "This is no jest- COLUMBIA'3-EMB1EM wild Indian. the barrow here until to-morrow m r: thoajhtt go out lie apid-t
Aa'm the housekceptr: Mistress Arm- lug matter, her hand in mine Don't I It'sashan:, \ Cast forth air;
p 1 Blazon Colombia's emblem, "What's this! I. "Is it alive? ing. cry, Trippy up te
4 it wo only trait, stioUgw she said in a.EerUon to her right coirnedYou kt-ow that I adore sid filmy and J floating wid
;_II- L ureelhoftrt, don't blame your fata' to remain, and the Doctor bUmatel you; Georgia; that I am your slave. Still, The bounteous golden Corn! Trippy nearly doubled up with laugh- so it is; but- fe
Caught by
;; ve Lii.Ltt love to cboor, she might do ao. a slave may beg a favor of his mistress; Eons ago, ot the great sun's glow ing. She jerked her'arm away from me. ,btdt.

r J tP Sr' the worU would be, bleak and drear] 'There js nothing to ba done,- iad ave, and she may grant it, too. Will you And the joy ot the earth, 't was born "Ob! Sam!I" said she; "you'll be the "Sara" she said in a choked voice. To seek thee everywhere. ,

Is ranch to make ua sad a'icoigue Uve up this scheme of keeping Edna Chile for the minister at once." In
: there presently, facing around From shore t look frighteneddon't "go league with every breen that
Upon Supriora I Don't so bloW
; nlu. some good that we bou1d hay as. .nothin1. She could not have lived Lynton? Pay her m annuity-ag hand- From the ocean of dawn t tha west, me figure!I" "The which?" said I. All ways,all holds they dare;

uL Sed along with but little gain, many:- days she-in"any case.Is .- her Jome a?one" as you lika-but will you let With its banners of green and tasselei. -"And I I.s ouly a Jay a lay figure!" said I, "The minister, I say! Are you deaf?' Mortb, east, or south, or west they fly.
- ragdd share of 1 asked. go
our trouble and i mouth
sicct" said I with
-" Mm sheen "Who's my And sure, though winto be low
He from
lia. nodded. r ou are prejudiced fcainst her? keeping far away a possible o h.!
But "That is dar- It sprang at the sun's behest; a with its head wide open. "Is it Mrs. MobbsV'"Don't To find t everywhere.
not tho e
was to Geortfe
vGeorgleJ inconsolable.I She point. tooking, lanky thing, "
longeJ for a broadsr lifp queer idiotic !
Lctthts Ve nave narrow and poor sweet *lfe, flung her el&&. upon the floor before the hug, I ask you as a fdor-to please me And by dew and shower, from its natal i hanging over on OM a? i its neck stop to ask questions Love of spaca and fate; -.

:; son1 reaching up toward the InfluluM dead Woman in the wildest abandonment -just lo plaaso me-say' that you will let hour, broken, and & droopingstraight said Trippy stamping her feet All IWilor roads fare
of grief. The words she spoke her j,0V" With honey and wine't was fed, was it "Quick Run! I may be too late!t" h rD'r ;

L WI! the rose that turns to the iua.loTOli scarcely audible through her sobs. Jail For i-n instajt only she appeared- to Till the gods were fain to share with men down. dresses When Trippy got one of those breezy All height that bar, they1ugbn;climb,

."" n of sorrow was the waver; the nut she drew away her hands "It's what Miss Gertrude up They find all days the fitting time,
a power of heavenly b'.rthtn more dis. The feast outspread. '' ways,with her, it was no use opposing
caitU tress1D1t tome because mi with flushed face and flashing perfect to from, said she, when And highways everywhere.Anna .
I make a tloilous place on I, the newly mad. eves land loved paiut pictures her will. The only thing was to obey;
the they
boon to
the rarest
Uwpcrfwt. (liod-aeutKlft husband. foond myself totally incapable stepped back. For she could get breath enough to answerme. C.Eraciett, in .
advance vrUu that to lift rich and fair, and I ran down thu short-cut throughthe SibnOo.PITJl
tanst of affording Con8olationGeorgie refused "No! she asserted proudly. "I will not Was the Corn so "You don't mean to say that you

7 $ bare been looking up to the light, to listen tov my words of endearment. consent to pat with hilua Lynton for any Nor star nor breeza o'er the farthest a saw one woods as fast as ever I could after

y k !Mr< ,through all tho dark and the bright When I touched her she repulsed me an- wlum or reason thit you can utgo-and I. Could find its like elsewhere. never before1 as fir the Eeverend Mr. Doty. AND IJOINT. *
!T lqr day 1 have Boon in your soulful face grily.Presently. know I cm acting I .m simply "Never! I. keeping awayas He was just shutting up his house for
,c- beftuty" a ner grace. she rose, and throwing back )ey'ng my de-.r wishes, and it In their holiest temples th, Incas possible, for it seemed as if it might the night, but he put on his water-proof _
her hair which had strikes me that are the last who Offered the heaven-sent maizj alive minute, and made me Force meat Prison diet.
linoo at the altar, wife of my heart, fallen in disordered ;yon come any I coat and came with me. when I represented ;
'jrotnlwd to cherish till death do ws part,' masses about her shoulders, she called ibouli object to the carrying out of any Grains wrought ot goU, in a silver fold, think of the spooks old Granny Magiltonused'to !- of A reigning star-Jupiter Pluvius.
W* boon eptlliog out the ureei letters cigL.flove imperiously to Edna: "Bring deartoother' request of heis. You nee!never see Edna talk about. "And doe the urgency Triopy'a mesge.
my For the sun's enraptured gaze; "
Bible-the She will the irlraeuts that were "It must be Mrs. Mobbs, said he. Fish bite without regard to party
book she occupy ap
be added In heaven loved 60 real picturel""The
'Jfc U t than above.r And Its harvest cams the wanderingtribes Miss Gertrude paint -
- : -OHUOSHvis.. well." And on the girl returning, she mother's. She will continua to take her t sst on," "She has been anxious about her soul lines.

: seized it from her, and frantically ine.ils with }]r3. Armstrong. Remain she prettiest you ever her eyes was this long time.* My sermons have done "The swell of the ocean"-Tha
"If spirit
seal only
ani said
oxcluimed: -fhal., As the gos own gut ; Trippy. some good, it would appear. Continual -*

"Here, in the present of the dead I "Then there's nn end of it," I inter- And Montezuma's tet1 bread equal to it, and she wan't badgered dropping wears. tho hardest stone!" yachtsman.

RK SECRET. mother who lived and diel for me I rup'ed.: Maid for Go-l's sake don't let us Was made of its sacrei meal. about that old Darwin fudge, I'm dead It raininj now harder than ever, Jagson says you can take a tramp to

I"D swear to lead the life she would! hn'e'me wrangle. What say you we be ol! to Narrow their cherished fialds; but ours sure she'd be a great artist!" was to reich the old Hall. I task, but you can't make him do it.-

lea.d. "0, God, help me to be faithful ?lui:. P.ome or where you will"-I con- Are broad the continent's breast. But, now that it's all over, I don't but we' managed the door. Elmira Gazette. ,,
for at
a waitiu" us
t 1 : to- LlamA deieIately-to -pend our honeymoon and flowers the mind that I was glad to the Trippy was *)
lavish as leaves saying carry has- saved a
,.; : .. But Dr. Gascoigne was at her side in ?" And lawn where "Come in!I' she crie. "Quick!I" "Silent contempt" Joo
; SIrhe sheaves draperies out to the back broken head oa thepart
.t'I0' an instant. "Is it Mrs. the many to
r t "Oh! bile cried, enraptured, "it will be rid minitr.uls *
fJ,= Brig and joy and they were to be dusted, and so get Puck.
"Stay Say nothing you may afterward heaeuly.VLen shall we set off. To- plenty rest she under conviction? contemptu-

; Story of a Tragic regret. Be calm. cnoirow?" For they strew the plains and crowd the of the sight of that lay figure. I was The next minute Trippy flung open It h amazing what an air of authority
The words, though spoken in a low, theransformition no mistake about it.
I nodded, smiling well pleased at wains spooky blaze ot
wax- are
the library door. was a can give us, though they
; eager whisper were distinctly audible to nords had there was a great rum- I eye glasses
these few meat at The next day
f When the
- T reapers mor there and mantle was all decorate of weakness.-Truth.
Life Drama. but
l The authoritative lights a sign
| me. tone di-spleased "Would the .
wrorgbtin her. time e or chmge. Till blithe cheers ring and west sing at the Hall. Somehow major buds.
me. I was not surprised that it shouldbe wind pu with my water-lily is dude in Germantown who
; or custom stale, her infinite var.etyV"; the Corn. : had contrived to get hold of one of Mr.Frink's There a m '
,.'f' resented. Ano'l er reference to Cleopatra! Why A song for garnered before our eyes, stood Miss to abnormally delicate that it jars him *,..

;!f My: him.wife's eyes flashed fire as she turnedto iras I continually drawing parallels! be- Tha rose may bloom for EI laui he's love hanging letters."S about the premises Gertrude dressed in white, with Mr. i to fall aleep.-Phladelphia! Record. \

;. tween Georgie and Egypt's beauteous her side. '
; at
BY M. DAVY. unfolJ Warrington
; E. The lily for Franc ; '-How solemn
.J: Girl
'!"' "How dare you speak to me like that? ? The shiftless, good-for-nothing sir said The West -
, 3'-!\ Tshe cried. "What have you to do witb 1ueenWe Ireland may honor the shamrock, i !" said he. "But "We wish to be marred. those cannon look." The Cadet- J
) can leave here by the earliest young vagabond Il both and
-?< }.. CHAPTER X. my oath? That is between my poor dead :rain," she went on rapidly.MJj passing Scotland her thistle bold: settle his business for him! Trippy, he. "We are fuly objection.age Please "Yes; teyv'e been discharged, )01 jii

. ,t:t mother, myself and-God. What right. !th.ough London we can engage I courier, But the shield ot the great Republic, pack your young lady's things at once. there is no possible know." rDottie
tLL-STAEBID: MiBMAGE.V have interfere? None. I am married at
" '' you md let French maid. I knowvhere The of the West where Doctor proceed once. does Miss Skinflint address i
; ( My marriage: morning dxwned. Snow now. My husband will protect me. mo see-a glory I'll take her to Saratoga, And then and there they were married. Wby
;:rrft"YU! : falling heavily, the cold intense. When I want your aid I'll ask for it." to apply. Ah, what I happy time, ShaU bear a stalk ot the tasseled Corn, Darwin is drinking the waters for the had driven off in tha all her verses to the moon?" Dick:

r &had been arranged we were to lene She was quivering with iud-gnunt rage, I[ me into have! I shall not even take Of all our wealth the best. benefit of his liver. She shall be married Not unt they the back -""Weil, I suppose it ,i because tho .
bo el"She entrance
CUna. This time I will fr waiting at
gfor Edinburgh by the mid-day train. I.jflpacked and turned to me now, clinging comul.sive'y broke her The arbutus an i the goldenrod Qut of hand I""Papal" hack was man up there is the only one who c'frn

-!": my \ ortmanteau rndset off at the.4ppointeL to my arm. They were strange with lea's. 01 suddenl. she eyes fled The heart of the North may ch'er, shrieked Miss Gertrude, gate did I collect my senses away."-Chicago .
time in the carriage that was words surely; but then my darling WM ; s.ld. sufficiently to ask Trippy: Iter-Ocea.
it ouvey me to church. An old man excitable and highly wrought. II a 1 she rowing Lei self into my arms. ."I will Ani the mountain-laurel for MarylandIts turning a pale a ashes. '/But who was it that went in the "Why did you strike him with your

' ;pjJi was sweeping the snow away from the net always been bo from the frst of my rake you a good wife, Jack," she whispered royal clusters rear; "1 mean it!" said the major, stamping stage coach with Major Juggleford? Eh, club when he pointed the gnu at you? 4

, :;o ichureh porch as I alighted, and the knowing her? feiventlv. And jasmine and magnoliaThe around in a fury. "Lose no time. ; He distinctly told you it was not loade."

1 (J-elerk, aj-parently on the lookout, conductel I looked at Gnscoigne. A slight finpb "ily delightful darling! As" thoughever crest of the South adorn: The stage comes past the gate at nine Trippy dreadful ?" said 'I know that, Judge; that's raon

me npjthe nisle and left me stand- had risen to his face. Ho bowed his head. for I moment doubted it! But the wide Republic's emblemIs o'clock to night. We can get the sleep "Ob, Sam, you goose Hammed bim.-PhiLidelphia Record. ,;

iDg at the altar rais.: lIe and a woman "When that day comes,"' Faid he. very Of those weeks I spent abroad I will the bounteous, golden Cornl'dna at Callcntown and be in Saratoga tomorrow Trippy. "It wa the lay figure!I" -
cot-I cannot-write in full. sever pre er !1" sail: I. Oh she is calm and sweet ani fair;
"'. .10 was dusting the pews were to be the quietly and a little sadly, you *ill find "What ,
t Ioe witnesses to our msrria e. me ready." viously had I been, what I may term, so Dean in the Century. morning, and you shall be Mrs. I "Didn't you see me lifting it along? But a painful fact I find iTt .

: [ The building felt chill and vaul -like With that he turned and left the room. reiklessiy! happy; never since have I felt 1 f I Doctor Darwin in less than twenty.four Didn't you suspect anything Sam, the broad brow her swirling

; nd the time I waited foemed intermin. I made a movement as though to follow so free from care. The Coachman's Story. hours! I won't be circumvented like more stupid hair behint'TtChicago
hb1e. More than once the vicar, opening him but Georgie held me back. We remained only I few days--a weekat this-I won't be defied-I won't be set Barn, I declare you grow in H brains News-Record.

I If the vestry door! lookoi atme and glanced "Don't. Oh, don't speak to that man most-in one place Georgia revelledin at naught by any one alive!1" Every day. Yes, it was the lay figure "Fine Egypt but what a

tr: anxiously down the church. He inviteds aain.; I hate-I loathe the sight of him.: the life of n.ovcment and perpetual Miss Gertrude burst out into tears and fcha new traveling suit, and all the time countr the I
s to go in beside the fire, but I declined. Then, once again falling on her knees. change. She was htippy. I believe now pTwnsniyflrstregn. Miss Gertrude was putting rn a white heat I day pyramids"
.. it must have been her happiness that re sobs that might have melted a heart cooked in the eun. "Bless
tho :Every jioment my anxiety increased. I before Mrs. Bargreave.she seemed to forget \ I / tar place, sir, and iress and her dear mother's own Brus some egga
;..consulted my watch for tho twentieth nil else in sorrow for her los!*. fleeted itself in me. Iwas stone. Trippy wrung her hands. veil at home, bless her heart! And you that's nothing to Zanzibar. There

time; it was more tban half-past 11,. and I had to beg Edna to add her entreaties The thirdeek in January we passedthronghLondon i r- proud enough "But see how it's raining, sir," said set will the when the stage we cook ou eggs in the moonU ht"-
courier and believe. say .
the hour appointed was balf-p<&t'lO. ;o mine before I wits able to prevail upon dismissing as you may she. "My young lady isn't tit to-" major
.l ell unlookedforaccident maul-; end late one night wo reached our ': -' :. ;I had helped stops at Callentown, and he gOe to help Life."I
after groom
' i Supiosing an my wife to leave the room. "She's neither sugar nor saIU"! interrupted daughter to play ey
should the followed to the North-Country home. How v.vidly I re- the horses at Mr.Leslie's : the traveler out? And there's no return get my Dlog
C. delny marriage. The housekeeper cs :
.:: around
I the major still spinning I find for
the \ ,
of after
tie night,
SLoilly after this idea buggeeted itself, Joor. c impressions :1 stable, aud itao till to morrow morning at nine tupper. it' goo *

2:' ,: .l,.. Mrs. and Miss Ilargreave entered the "Eh let her greet" said the womRl first moments of my entering LangaleGlaEge \ I had lent a hand like an elderly peg top." "Pack up, I D'clock.! pepia" "I never knew "OD,

4, __church, and the moment they did so I with her strong Northshira burr. "Ymun atoddjobsaroundMr. i say, and lose no time. "Trippy" jaull, after a long silence. ye a soon a the begins to pIy -

'- f': knew there 'va something wrong, and dree jor weird." And she \\enton '1 he warmt. the light, the mellow do Of course, this was very hard. Even "\VeILI"retorted Trippy. have t ran an ay a fast a

went down the tisle! to meet them. to say what but sorrow could bo eipecttd of truly English Warrington's fishing camp, but I old Mrs. Mobbs owned as much a that. said I a little: exercise after meal it always
"Mother only bad one of her fainting for a Friday's wedding. comfort that pervaded the old Grange delighted never went as regular coachman until Trippy went about,looking! she'd "I'm almost sorry, Trippy, "

fits" .Georgia,whispered looking radiant It; was not unt the ancient North- me, Besides, the place was mine. old Major Juggleford engaged me at lost her best friend, and I gathered a i a "that while the minister was here, and hea1hy. -Fliegende BI tte. -

fes and happy, md as though sho had not a Country dame fpoke of it that I remembered Surely it was not an unpardonable pride twenty dollars a month and my board, lillies when I went a) it seems so easy to ba married, that Father- 'Wh,, I am told that you are

.. care in the world. Mrs. Hargreave wasdeadly Friday was reckoned an unlucky that caused me to rejoice in the sense of with two black livery suits a year thrownin. double lot of water fish for dinner. you and I didn't get married tool" in JOT with Signora Fontalba d Polite
, k .paler pink sp6t burned on either day to marry_on! possession. out on the lake to "Don't be a fool, Sam!" said Trippy.But amal" Sonexcitedly-"Just 10,father.

,cheek. CIIAl'TEIl XI. Sly wife Lad been very still and silent how I I I "It'l be the last she'l get, said I. she seem so very angry, after and if yon have anything to say against *
pleased was
'I':1 'ewe1iniutl, she galpediI am well I iluiiug the latter part of the journey. I may guess ; only to think, never see the did,1 to
;_" GEOr.CIE PUZZLES :E the first ten-dollar I seat to mother. all, aud some day-who knows I this estimable lady, beIo enough
&gu and of the fullnessof
:__ nrncd to her out bi the tricks teachinghim.
t now fox through "
, The blinds were closely drawn at Lang. go Im .'s it hap Trait until I out Father"Oh
4 ctWWo took our places according to the IDy heart I ppoko. To her who was to up in Toronto, me only two-and- Yes, sir, tha exactly hoW am heang.

,' 7tIear's directions, and the service began dale Grange shutnr out inmates the vhiteuec moved be the presiding genius of this home, I twenty; but I was always old-looking pened. I wasn't to blame at all; but I merely telo1 that

:. !;r '1 at once. wintr with landscape.solemn faces and hu>hdroice pictured; ou future life of love, of mutual for years, and bad a steady way "Wbats that you're bringing here, the Major discharged the whole houseful I courted the Signora myself was

a; *, Strange to say, my attention was much ibput for in one of the rooms confidence, of qutet country pleasuresan with many me. major thundered, a he met of us. Trippy is with MM. Warring- your age."-La Epoca.
.- more fixed on Mrs. Hamreave than on the idyllic li e, it seemed to me. me face to face on tho garret stairs. Mrs. Mobbs is matron in a hospital -
set for her to live in in the ton Passion Mrs. Wild
bat had been apart It wasn't the liveliest place now The Ruling : wet
. seemed
. who in of fact, quite the midstof
bride in
i-.r: point ; Ent I broke off suddenly load
unconscious of her mother's nppearance.Ihe lay Mrs. largrclve-dead and my rhapsody for I fe't her shiver. Her word at the major's-Juggleford Hal I: nearly dropped my i my I' and Im very well pleased here (to her a the cyclone pick"up
andthe lpue.
,; clergyman, I was sure, remarked it. Amid surrunding my bride lace had paled and wore an imp ssive they it-and the only bit ot consternation. eir. Did you say the wagonette, sir, a the Wildwest Farm)- '
KSuS As to myself, knowing what I did,I could [ began what called circumstances look; apparently she had not heard my about was Trippy, Miss Gertrude'smaid. "It's Trippy's trunk,sir, I stammered* I' dapple gray team?-Saturday Night. "Bi secton jump off quick! What air you
. vould have been our honey-
!I" roared the
'; not divest my mind of the idea that but words. "Take it back again bangin on ful" ilr. Wildwest(glidingthrough

-. for sheer force of will she "would hive ex- moon.The funeral arrangements were made at "My dearest Georqie what is it? What Sam," said she, in that pretty, major. "She wont need it." Countless Bul"loe lathe Old DoS. space on the birn ridgepole
: .4k, .;,;, plied there and I then.conscious The thought hand ;he request of Mr. Dod, of Wexham, the has come o\er 'ouo"I asked anxiously. ng"Wcl ravatin way of hers, "how do you "Sir!" gasped I. Once an inhabitant of this continent "That'a all right, Maria. Mebbe I kin
was my
nervous. he.
; me I" said
trembled as I laid the ring on the book; lawyer whom Mrs. Harereave had employed "Don't notice me, she said, petulnty. like your new ]place! !" uTlke-it-back-a"ain from the Arctic slope to Mexico, and git a new the farm wheresomevers '
the matter morgidz "
"There is nothing
ber \till and when we sir cried Trippy, -I
"Ain't I
,i! It shook perceptibly' when I had to place to ( raw up must Edna Lydtonat "It about as wideawake as a going, from Virginia to Oregon, an>i, within Chicago News '
: Only-I see stc'1
,, returned from the cemetery on Monday sxplam. who waiting at the foot of the stairs.
t j ,!>(the- ring on Georgie's finder.R ( morning Le referred to the fact for the once-at once!" deaf and dumb asjlunj, miss, said I."Don't was said the the memory of men yet youn rotming

.-:: See looked at me surprise and smiled firs tim. With a smile which I was Ci.t to the heart by her lack of lympa call me miss, Sam," giggle'leho. "No, you're not! mijor."Who"'s her sir?" I the plains in such numbers that it Houses of Russian Feu.nt

not a little scomfnIlJ'c hath. together afterward better able to interpret, he thy, I lose "uII r.u.ig the bell." "Requestllis "I'm only a servant like yourself." to take care of seemed that it could never bs exterminated There is little difference in'te'houses

\ ifff. "Those whom God joined placel the document in my hand. Lynton to coma here, I said to the "You're a very good one to look at," persisted Trippy. the buffulo has disappeared as of a Russian village, Carpenter -
'1f'! ;,:list no mnn put asunder. life of late had seemed servant who appeared, aLd in a few seconds "She'll have a husband to look after says
.,.. Scarcely were these words spoken Although my sid I."Sorry. utterly ba! tin bison from urope. They are all one-siory, and &he
I must own th.itthe : : Edna came. said the smiling a grim a
r made of suiprises, her soon, major,
tv.i: than my worst fears became verified."With contents up of that will staggered me. bhe looked inquiringly at both of u< ; a I can't return the compliment, "Until then I'm quite capable of The early explorers were -constantly average hut is not more than twenty feel

,, J a sharp cry, succeeded by a low With the of two or three legaaies frightened startledoxpressionciossed her Enid she, her black eyes sparkling. smie. astonished by the multitudinous herds square. Their log huts are about eight

.",c,2g: ;i''moan, Mrs. Hargreare fell forward against i in furtherance exception of certain religiousmovements face ai Ler .eyes and Georgie's met. Mywifo And aCer that. wo were very good caring for her. which they met with, the regularity of feet from the ground, at the top wher
______ the trunk back but as I returned -
rails.ldother. I ,
the bending
ij 'r band and TIT
iJ took her roads
Mrs. an- ran to her oil Mobbs the and the deep
In which friends, their movements, meet the ridge roof of brown
little .Ulnm. though
mother! Keep up a the ball I could hear Miss
whole forward her ear, kissing along ,
'&?* Oh remember is involved," peated to have been interested the housekeeper, was always plotting and which they made in traveling from placeto thatch, and this thatch is of straw and
longer. estate Lo- ber warmly. Then turning roun I to me: Gertrude and Trippy, poor
to raise Mrs. liar- of the red and personal was planning to keep us apart; and it was sobbing Many of the earlier: reference is often eighteen inches thick. puton
ft cried! striving will
1 ) Georgie, to-me. "It i* late, Jack, she sad.M: soul, her. And all ofa place. I i
l'it {|'greave in her arms. qneathed"How like poor mother exclaimed t am sure, excuse me. I want to be with through Trippy that I first heard of the sudden the pitiful sounds stopped. are to territory east of the Mississippi, so well that it will last years.

"Take me home, take me home! gasped Georgie, when, on the lawyer's departureI Edna. Good-nijjLt." love story between \Yarrington and be better, but even within the last fifteen years The avrage'Riau hut has one dooi
"She must feeling poor
-tbe unfortunate creature. i: her the will to read. "Sb(said I Amazement and anger for the moment Miss Gertrude. buffalo were to be seen on the Western and at the front,-withsometimes

"'Oh. this is too, too dreadful What* must gave never poor man, so you see stuck me dnmb. My next impuse: was "Do you mean to say you never knew young lady!1" thought I. "I only wish plains in numbers so great that au entirely a second window in the rear.
fj 1'11 to be done? We are not married yet! marr t fiercely against this extmordi- we could get word to Mr. Frank!I'1I
rich. protest thful account seems
h ? said : sober and tl much like rude
!' h-r hands. bhe s you it before Trippy. The front door is a
:exclaimed Georgie, wringing how she took it-she who, nay proceeding. on my wife's part, but don't know that I ever :\out in a
;t. The,ucar, who was now assisting mete And that second was time, a< it seemed to me ultimately prMe came to my aid. (tier real christened name was "Try- I worse thunder storm than when the like fable. Describing the 'buadanCof door such a i sometimes knocked up

,.t ,:;I ; :raise the prostrate figure, looked up, cu- for had the been defrauded of her rights-mj I Speechless I strode to the door and phena.") coach stopped at the gates of Jug- buffalo in a certain region, an Indian by our farmers and it leads not into the

: ; '"T ou81.r.l beautiful unselfish coble-minded wit bed! it open and waitt d while Edna ap- I "Not a word," said I. stasre It dark as once said to me, in the expressive living room of the hut,but into a little.

l\ r :"You. are duly married Mrs. Dudley. Never had I loved her more truly peaied to be lemonstrating in a low tone "Ob, then you ain't going to help ul"i gleford Hall that night.blowing was that siga language of which all old frontiersmen storeroom or sort of vestibule which

'f Ton have but to give your signatures. IIfear i. moment and when the lawyer was ilh mv wife. It was useless, however, "Help do what' asked I. pitch, and the wind my. have sooie knowledge uT e country end of the cabin.
: that you forms one
I I ; this poor lady is seriously ill, and inrt alone, I toU her so :aid both passed oat together. As they with stable lantern wasn't a bit of use. robe."
and were cried out floor
we Trippy, one without
zone, "Oh, ftupidl" was This is usually any
be to take her home averted but with valise in room
that case it will best she did not seem to com lid so, Georgie's looks were The major went first a abcut their
!'-t'. i; yat': once. The rest of the servica, under But somehow' Of what use to her, she asked, i kuew that Edna raised those soft imploring nn impatient shake of her curly head. each hand and a big Mackintosh that Much }a been written the old days ing but that of the ground. You may

'''it. i such circumstances, were best dispensed prehend. and land? "Mother gave me I eyes of her to mine. I would "Help circumvent tho old Turk to be flew like the sails of ship. I fol. enormous abundance in see thc chickens or other animals belonging

:4" r! lwith." to were money, nck-me for whom alone sue as it was they did for me completely. A sure. Major Jugglcford, I mean. For, lowed open after withthe trunks a on a barrow, but I have n<;ver read. anythiu; that I. to the family in it, and some of the

1 r* Georgie thanked him warmly.: We gottrl cared you to live. Why, then, are you ec wave of intense fpo'iag'! swept over me-a you sec, he's made up his mind that Gertrude last with Trip- thought an exaggeration of their numbers farming tools of the establishment stand

.. Mrs. Hargreave to the vestry, but she was much surprised tht she should also trust revelation was at hand. I was beginning Miss Gertrude marry Doctor D.r. and Miss cime I have seen them. Only, ono about its walls. In the center.of one .
(unconscious. Not a minute was lost in she called 'mere dross?' the bare, most miserable shl to"be py almost carrying her along. a months in travel
what to her father has actually spent
She was then con- you with i-ee wret'hed win, who's old enough alraid traveling dress who aide of it is a door reached by one 0
ligning the register. "I'm new
.r. in it Then, before I could answer, changing truth. he's wart on the end of his your ing among them in those old days can low leading into the house
and ceased to and got two steps
( iTe'edto the carriage placed with: a suddenness not unusual Great God! Had I not only n will be clean spoiled, miss, said Trip- told about them. Once,
the subject
the white face loved But he's ricb see, and poor credit the I and forming the entrance to the
:.t f,Georgie supporting poor with her but to which I hid scarcely yet love my wife-had I, in fact never nose. you and proper
1.! upon her shoulder. But before getting in accustomed, Jack she said "1 her but been the slavo of a mad, infatuated Mr. Warringtoa has got nothing but his py. in the country between the Flatte only room i the cabin. laiC thefarpfly -
.' directed who had trought become but ; itself out already "Han the traveling dress!1" said the Rivers I saw a closely when'
myi,1fI man have not consulted you about Edna, passion that hal burnt handsome face and merry black eyes. Republican sleep, cook and live, and .
t::! to church to go and fetch Dr. Gas.rit of course you could have no objections to ? Was Edna-who had been my Here was full-blown love story, to major, stepping plump into a puddle! of massed herd of Buffalo! so vast that I it remembered that fully half 01 th

once to Langdale Grange. the any arrangements I might makn"She first love-my only true love still? be sure-and n I wasn't long in giving! water, for the gravel walk was like a dare not haztrd a We3.A to its numbers i in Russia is made up of bitter .
journey that was through i maid? Dr. Gascoigne is speaking to Gertrude! What are I have traveledfor year
jt while has You "Jack, to understand that I was with her lake. "Come on, ; and in later ye1 when the days are short and the
; the
tat'"rifting flogging the snow horses; the to driver their all utmost speed I asked innocently since enough our marriage; for, not morns hiving -. )'ou- ITO BE COXTISCED.1 Trippy and Mian Gertrude and Mr. Warringtoa, you waiting for? Don you see tnt the weeks at a time, in Northern Montana ter night, long it wi be seen that the*

.I -4h.bride and supporting seen Edna she I stage is here""Lok without ever being out of sight of existence
i, bridegroom T euouah concluded heart an soul greater put of peasant's 1
between the insensible woman, on lljcr, A..l" The Cow-Catcher. that 'I bawled the stage driver. buffalo. Scribner'a.Tableware..
; them we should probably nevei But, after all. what was there alve 1 here. I visited a living! room
Whose worn features deith had but too had gone-that I had never them,he and Trippy got pals < -3J.
meet again-while a feeling preferred It is said that the common cowcatcher could do? Major Juggleford in the m1Uof
9>nrsly set his seal! But Georgie failed would locomotives is Miss Gertrude into the back seat. There nelet1ski
the f not to analyze told me this attachment to really trusted me, after he heard that I inside the great plan Russia, wtere

J fr- tejte&d./We: can scarcely signs. go to Edinburgh today be the best for both us. about the only article of universal use bad lived with :Mr. Warrington, and I was just room for ono passenger the box, Spoons were used by the Egyptians in the land is a rich &the valley of the

:{ .. :wless mother is greatdealbetter," Edna left?" echoed Georgie, pmihngly."On novel that was never patented. Its inventor had no chance at all show my IJm- and the major was ,to go on ., the seventeenth century before Christ, Nile and where the farmer should live it4

F .,, *M remarked questioningly. the contrary, she wish hasproniisel it. Mother took was D. B. Da\ics. of Columbus, who I. pathy. But I used,to gather fresh water- stor and all. and and have also been found_at Pompeii; well anywhere in the world, for he is

C" 1 .v -"Scarcely," I assented, with considerable to go away unless Edna.I and spoke to bei found his model in the plow. Red lilies for her every morningTrippytook "If it was raining pitchforks" pork the but this utensil was not generally used In working a on the world's 'richest.lands..
t.d" ,ble..bitterness.rI 1 great fancy. _L for- i'-- nicrht of- -her death.r:- lights 0:the rear of trans,. it is fur- these to her room-and I set my- barel Id go al the same! France until the close This hut,is that of a well to do peasant.It .
ne mgu
on -
'-i ; :.Lyu.oni1 beginning to realize fullyy very fenous11 to remain said were adopted suggestion fox thatI major. c afford to run any more in the the
that Edna agreed ther self to work to tame a young Forks first appeared is if anything better than
A: f.If .B.JD1, position.. dashed on me quite snd- the result was friend. 01 the late Mrs. Swi. helm, after Therewasn't risks-eh? Are we all ready? Are jou cntury. avm'
of fer ;
her. and
.jj.deniy, thut the hour I had so ardently de- with me a a cmpanion-a than if she in which she had a had caught in a trap, dear?" middle ages a a curiosity were frt Its living room was not more .

i f .",;:_4 tad arrived-that the beautiful girl course she must paid is esily ar- a railway accident anything else I could do. comfortable, my answered him used upon the table by Henry by twelve feet in size, and oe.fou otj

.,t; t. i4e me was my wIfe, and all the pasrj were my" maid, but that narrow escape. I did not see Miss Gertrude until Ibid But Miss Gertrude silent never and drooping. I Glasses were in vogue in the fifteenthcentury this space &taken. up by gr aa

-.n":, at.loTe i which the nIght before had I ranged. me. Edni been nearly a week at Juggleford a word. She lit he."Time's although tin drinking vessels, chimney, which, the oven, t )
iI: petrified ten poundsof ? foie
announcement nearly crowded
.' : 4''fttere, !in the b'1lance nowreasserted it- This remain? THE heart "Are you pursued made continued to be
"it; still-consenting to veins and arteries beautifully u cooking store ad to hg&g "
r., the house the jl"said the ,
; ;:t1f "" :' kItItentold force. la blood thro-igh Hall."She's ain't up,s stage-driver Salt-cellars were
''Hfi : -1t1hlped: hand and only It peemed incredible I and makes four beats delicate, Trppy. she" silver watch. on ordinary :met of the hut. 'r
; my d.trli1r's Georgie, by nil each beat, looking at his big The castes feetlong
.f:; .' : lUie thoughts that iu that presence "Engage anew maid I decidedly object to while e breathe one*.. One hudre raid I. "Looks '' o\ei tat hs "Sulking eh!'' said the major. Well known in very ancient time. ancients folly six fet wide a about eight'holesforfue1an4anovenOsefZOath00 ,
1tl r* ? to the whicU were
""i "- not ntter. means I said, crown in the ahade Yes was entirely unknown and its front,
i t ntthe Grange was evident this plan of-a companion. and_ seventv-fve'mio. cell a sur- o "She ain't a bit well, Trippy an- keep on if it nmle, you coachy and is probably: no older t th ax.ttenth : '
LL 1n.1 -oud -- all '
,. rfts..frecret" : of oar marrIage had \Vhy? with one? Youhave we, ..uP --- than the hUe swered. "Nor she won't be, as long a I'm right box-seat The napkins *be ceiling. ;
want the centur.
times greater
!2 : :. 1Mhe crowd -What can you face thirty It's 'burning And he scrambled up t made manufac t leavingabont :1
? door stood open; a : your husband.. The average of the pulsein they torment her .so. a activity than I'd which is were ,In thelid. { the room, .
ftC1t deal ag'
.i more '
:11' 'Fii .,..;Li; the ha1t.\' : servants were assembled "You me mat a well sty at once that you man 120 per minute; in manhood shame, to, ask 0 girl to marry an old with a good him to be capable of."Goodby tured at Itbeims 'n'th time of CharletVIL _tw f-et ,fo the"cMmaetf,ttos '.- -J'
j 6C'"- belief while all this supposed
for it is my yon sixty. DoctorDarwin, Chicago the ceiling Udge
like ,
abo Lyntoa. at years cut
-' Edna Gertrude I" shrilly Te. was 1de
: '. from eighty; sty Miss
:1i..11 Hargreave bat "And, you : fog to Mr. Frank "
answered i more frequent her heart belongs feet high 'and dept ii ;
-\il" iT age.Ybq Edna Lynton, running the boty.. The pulse of called Trippy. I abu :o t "
.J .$ ,6Otwud.-whiapered',1n: my ear: -11.nt.. do you must tell me beneath her penetrative I than that of males. Warrington!1" But the wheels and the thunder together I A deposit of 820 made ia :the ,New- -: stove.. This W; t top: '
it.h He isared I felt myself color th tl",said I, with Maw. Institution savings and, ,,I ;
: i. gDl ::,fearing this. but her words offered a loopbolefofeacape. "It is "emphasis. made such a noise that we couldn't buryport ( ) fa ot the Iov. It 't
: f".11: -* jr gaza, and renders men sternandprond rOh. o be careful, Sam, sad Tippyfor amounting family in tha winter ;
'4O i I Mired i,agery FALSE happiness catch the in 1320 now eU.Inte the b :
t: a'ppe ,at the nmemo-. happiness is nevei set the to &Dwe."Do. ,
C aDd helping S ,
i wa i3S. "
1. I. $ h' '
tat Trippy,I ,soothed to hs eveiclaimd j' J.j1 -'- ::
t. I.\: < A44i1da1nina >, bore the poor asked: happiness renders carved cabinet cry, 1
helP hate .any- the water jnaijtualiy.b
I shotili moving ,.big
natural deposit Photographing
t; iA'l ho e-the original toacditi Ve unde
sz1trong "rihha to the nearest -11'it not cmmunicate. and the right "Take arm back to the b '
between my- window ; t itis'w aid
fil";( il .;,,;:1.njrooni and laid heJ'Ii a conch then thing or aybd11ht comes kid and shared.-3fOfl1e' and taking faded,down aluost the white dpre, lantern,bas blown out, and the wind is. bee made to it;' ei carried out, so t :. .
; and ,'ou.You ,
'self that were '
quit the happiness .
i -'ave me, my she cried, laughing : -
a lAd Edna:, :,jiil ... absurd boy will ,' ., -
what yoab" quieit. : : : : .. ,
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: / Circuit C'ourt' Fourth Judicial Circuit, State kARliE D1'B
.: : In Chancery
V'V cfF'oriJa' Bradford County.--
l UBI.WHKIVnCKI.YAT- V V V V kV Era Can.line Hoehle.-as the Executrix of the" .- V
6f kflE. AbtMDXsUNTY .1W1Z>i. r.tyr. Last Will and Testament of Conrad Hcchle;

Decwisetl, V (XKX P. o.I 'jI
; r: I.'C.VCTBB? vs.Uriah p '
Editor and Publisher. V J ; VI. XaovERoR D. Miner and Sarah M. Miner, hls.wife;
: V Mary D. Risiii? and O. M. l sin?. her husband
4 : I IHnry Mrs. O. J. Hit-band and C.J.Husband received another
SUBSCRIPTION $1.0O A YEAR.Ae&trding 'BradfordDemocracy I..MitcleIl............... ... O1flO 24 i 2(1291( Vr.6'3OAIouzoP.BaskiI. her husband: and lent M.Weeks and S.r'.. I Have just big -.
p All Eight ........... ,, ........... ss c s 2 2tss 'Myers, M. A. Myers and ge S. Blumauer, partners
: V JUSTICE OF TRE 8t'P&EM Co1E?: t business under the firm name orS.
Enttrevl ,'ta Act of Cowctfin R.FnwlckTai-Ior ... ............................... ............ ) 9 47 2526 G.5693J5 ,F.doing & Co.
T the Pout OJfce. Marke, Fla.t a* &toi>tlM'ttlcr. Daniel S. McKinnon(P STATE... ... ...................................... 7) 1 16 '17 11 I IJoliuLCraword I124EECRETARY It being Myers made to appear solicitor by the affidavit appended or I to* Frsfr ia1d.dil; : Seeds
It. IlioOes
g1aa .. ... ........................................... .no 45 242' G7C62:453R.AIfred1ona1vatre. : the bill filed, complainant's in saM cause, that the above _
i -V t ..... .' ....... 13 9 7 18 3 11 I IW 8209V named defendants, S. K. Eyew, W. A. Mvers and

.IiIE: TICKET. fllam AaEvcEEnM B. Lamar.......:........... ...... ... ................. 23 48 24CP1flflLLkR S.firm Blumauer-name of partners S. F. Myers doing&business Co., are under nonresidents the :
Holds I ( of the State ot Florida and that they are V IN BULK.
For Prescient tQROVEH Our CountySo'id 1VitT1ain 0. Ifluxham.3 170 21 4 212T5 C57 41GVtiIbiin each the of and that
over age twenty-one yours
V CLEVELAND. %V ........ ....... 18 3 V IITnv.AScIWVR their place of residence a In the City, County
V : f and State of New York and their postofflce address ;
V CIari.aQdH.CoIling..V.............. .. 170 24 48 VI OtWtVj27i and 50 Maiden Lane. City, County and
;: Vicc-rrcsHfiit: Still. V & ........................ .. ......................... IS 7.3 fl 10211grPER15TEDEt State iS aforesaid; it U therefore ordered that the _

V A. E. STEfENSOJT.PrrMilcnlinl ) N. Sheats.... OF. .P1JUC........INSTEVCTION.............:...........V...... ...... t 21. 47 2427 I ITjiIiL f6; IWO 449 above and named S. Bluuiaiier.defendants.irtners S. F.doing MyerM.' Morning Star Philadelphia Extra "

Electoral Oscar N. ... ........ ......... ................... .... 9 15 73 11 10 211CoMi$1oEft under Myers the lirm name of p S. F. Myers & Co.. be V |

T. M. SIIACKELFOIW.n. Luc1u B. GP. ..QltICE1tREC................. .... .... .. ................ 170 4 I 4 21 276 65 CM2 451 and demur they are the hereby bill of requira to plead tiled, answer in this _
V n; HLACKWELL. John W. Hendry ... ............ ....... ......... .. .... i3 'o 13 73' ii 10 1ITAF or cause on or to before the SEVENTH complainant; DAY OF NOVEMBER Early Large Marrowfat Peas.
4 SES'ATQE I I A I). ltt' the paid bill will be _
WILLIAM II. MILTON. TIIIIJI) PARTY NOT IN IT. 3IT.JheKinny.... .......... .. ..,............... ........ ... 4; 5? $0291 CS711 181 taken confessed or them.It .
VV Abraham (' ..... ............................................. 71 19 2? 3 12 13 23'sLEMDERS is as further ordered against that a copy of this order :
W.N.TIIMPSON.V ) IOSE ( P RErUE5E5TATIVES.Tohn in the Bradford Telegraph, Bismark Beans Light Valentine
V I.. Gaskin ... ........................... ............ ........ .. 16 3' 52 tj (iC5S 8iE. be published County Bradford ,
; For Congressman: tkte)nd District: P. Warfl -....................... .............................. 23 52 3231i 6IG; SS.J..rryM.Jobn' a weekly Florida newspaper, week published-for four i-oosit-u _
,V ........ .. ...... ...... ................... 19 23 4 1429 County weeks, next once, a the above mentioned
V CHARLES M COOPER. Martin LV ) '. ....... ...................................... 77 3l 2 0 6 i2'dC4'VTY live date Done preceding and rendered by me. this Beans and all kinds small Seed,
The Vote In Full. Other Election .!rncE: V J'Jth, day September, 18)3.V.:) T. WEEKS, _
J. It. Ricltnrtl..l las 2. CO o iii :10r199 [SEAL] Clerk of the Circuit Court.
119 15 i2 7V)jJ Mi154 173cLFaI I5v S. 1). W isnionT, Dfputy Clerk.'I ONION SETS.
OF TIlE CIRCUIT COt'itT. I I I that tne above 14 a true and
News.Tnes w_ T. Wak.. .... .................. ... ........ 216 45 93 $3 33 5993V 93SIIERfl"F correct hercby.certify copy of the criminal now on file in my
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II.AuOzi. ............................ ........................... .... ... I 20 2SIP.S.Lrev ofliec.Witiio seal this September _
.... ............... ...... ............................. .. .. 5, 13: 41 4 t, II, ,IOSF.11. Mill! mjhand and W. Wt-css.
Byrd ................... .G 21 1O 15 4 2 57 SEAL Isle. Clerk.
Everett } ................... .................................. it3 14 2 53 481 173it. [ N. \YAixianuT] Clerk.
(1. Reavs ............................ ...................... ... 16 9 41'' 7 12 Ii( By Deputy RjV1T & CO
iv.. I.,. .. 4 I)
Alvarez..4. Notice.IN ,,

....... ................................................... 9,115, II 27. 26L.
U. 'Vil1 ...................... ................ ... .................... 12 2 1 114 3. I9A.J. Circuit Court. Fourth Judicial Circuit of the *
lO 10 4 ::17 13 1t t5 State of Florida, Bradford County.-In Chancery
:& i 2 39 5 $7 :
MCKiflfle3..2 ::4 40 47 1319&V V The Bradford County Bank, 1
V V I I I vs. f Whoesae! And RctaiI Dealers in
M. M. 131 0 61 30 22 41 362 2t) Owen Owens. Jr., and W. C. I .
; IS S.A.'F'EI Hale..2 *ol eCiOt.10
11A. ii 2 211v. House, and Hubert T. Hemp- I

L A. Crosby.................. .............. .. ........ ........... .' 1'17 ao 44 81 2)33 stone, Merchants and-1'ait-f f .mners ../,-....*.,,. .
r Pi we gain J. lv. Keiluni .. ...................................... ............. 32 93 21 65 40 72, ?O G1. Finn name of: Uouse. llenii 1 rcfiandiss _
V V 5, B. ) ............................................................. 14 26 t6 61G4 G3 Stone and Co. JIt
r Good-bye t1iirdptriygootLby. COUNTY supE1t1sTrN1'ENT 1'1J13L10 INST1WcrnQN I I40 beinc inadrt to l tht nftl-lit It fX. ,
) ............................................................ .... ) F5 56 41Z122'32.T. WJIackctt.: cashier appeir if the >y complainant, attaclio1 i>-
A thing of thep.istdcail and burle(1.r L. liii!.... .... ............................................... ..... o s; 8 34 7 1:38: 3 2801IL to the fill! cf fon-hiU'aut herein filt'.l! .
( Ptepies.......................................... .... ...... ...... 11 21T 9 41I a that V.. ('. House afid H-.lHTt T. Hempstonp; sTP-FK-E P3LORID.A.
(1. r.Yntn .............. .......- ... 1i2 10 4i merchants and pdrtii'raloin, biisiiji-ss KttJcT _
The t. died a-bornin'. It ain'tin .S..I. ?
the tiii name l & Co..
> Jiompstunu
it this time. CTO pull bole in It. M Markee... ............ ............. ..........................: C8jl4'5 33 203 12 517 417eattering. nou-nsidentsof: o tif! iuso Hiale of Horkla! ioi! they arc A .j Staple ami Fancy,
your $ ... ............ ... ........ ...... .......................... .. ....!.. .. 59 ... :* 1i at o each over Hie i-t 1 w-i.ty-ouc years, and -tt-rr, l. .T9. Ja. 1 _
lifter you. that theiir T..UV vt ,ie>sdt lice ant uf business is Any conceivable article. _
lay was a perfect day; there iu the vi ityf itt.ut.: tji te til' 2'ari land that
The of Texas is Mr. Crisp on the Force I Jill.A their iwtoffifr.ddrt s-i i- --'I ami 22; West
governor could hardly have been a more timbre street Baltinioe I'iiy. Hum of nrviund; Any kind of Provender
last week asked if the
Hogg and the of Arkansas correspondent F eed.
it i* I here fote ordered tiuit thi* t.bovo naniKl de Ia3r
is Mr. Fishback. day. Nature was in her best, Spring would reproduce Speaker C Crisp's fen-JaiiUS.-. C. K"se! ii.i.f; I'll-intvs tiiii-i; I the 1 ii-'in iiinw u.
and the people rer.dily caught her remit uitiManccs on the force bill. Below house, Itenipstonf Co.. i' toy tv,H It: >r>-

Last week's Tui EGnArii was too from Iris Ictlerof by rtq'iired lii j-iiMd ari-y.vr or dt-ninr lo lie Lartrest
\vu give a few extracts
smiles will and Goods
bright good bill of cnmpUi,: fi e : in this IMI.S on or l.cfore Dry Millinery
) much for the third partyitcs, and accopt.iucc. whicli bt.'oi: boiled the S KVIi.\TH If AY OK MJViOHJEK, A. D. 1SB J
their best behavior for the .
put on the Rai'.ie being the iniaday of tlU c.niit. or tu! *
they had to come over. down by an: exchange but the points
matters and lhii-j'S! < V P (in V. given show very clearly wit it the force taken agaiiiSv them as 'Mufos. i. Anil Furnishing Goods, all styles, sizes and prices _
still It is fitrthei'ordered thtt; :v copv of thisonUrbepiiii Glotliiii!
Straight democracy prevails in the the in
Early morning polls .
bill is like; lie-l >n tiie iiradfotii ('imaJy Ti.'U-jrrap-'i. Call and
jn old Bradford. She can still holdUp I a weekly neu-s; t>j-er j-.ibli i (VII in Stni-kf, Cmitottl satisfy yourself. _
the various districts were opened The force bill gives to the Jllls of the .
Ct ui'ty. KIo: :}!a, once a tVIk! for four cr/n-
her head without shame. and the good people had plenty of United Slates circuit court the power of V; 'lJ'VAS&ucViy : SdcitiivevecLd i.t-st. prec lni tl.c aloruMiCRtion.d hardware For Farmers, Builders Plintphale Miners and ., _
appointing cleu ion officers I in I lie states. U
The cholera scare in tins country time to vote. While there was a It gives to the clc-cii.u otlicurs su appoint* and. A.ivr.u.-rei 1). IS.,2 by me.W.thU T. \fcptetaberNiiHtecntii. Virns.SEIl. ': also Stoves, Ranges. Cooking. Utensils, etc.To" .

eems to be practically over, but the \ ast amount of pulling and hauling ed the power lo designate an unlimited! [ .] (.'lei'lv of (be 1;fj cult: C4 :rt.
number of deputy marshals who may; be By N. WAixr.riK7.:'. 1'eputy CltrS. suit vny laste anti any pocket. Also, all
: disease is still.on the increase in V the among the various local candidates, employed a cumber of d.iys prior to each I hereby tvlify tim '.t ll-c.ilKive. ia. tr-ei<>i>., Furniture V' _
of tlf.-oriier !.iuc nnJ r.K'i! i isiy ( .hiet.V
t foreign countries.Now it was done godd-humoredly and the election at $3 per day. (A thousand or Witness isiy l'S.iand vc-ii luU&Miic'iiberli'ili. kimlsof nlher House Furnishing' Goods.

4 Vt ire might ho appointed in each: congressional 13-:! W.T. V\* 2.:3.UAI.J .

;' that the state election is best of feeling prevailed throughout ; district ) cit.- k.3"y -
:;. \VAIKHIOHT, Deputy CK'ik.
V over, good work should be put in fur the county The new voting system It unthorizi the nso of the armies of _

the ITnitcil Slates to preserve the peace at : Puro, rLEST0fl0LWESTPRICES1FCiP
the national, election, which comes was muoh talked of in the early part thu polls. lathe County Ja Ipe's Com-'t. Er.i-ord: Coyti ,
in November. t-tatei-f lKfjlit.By .
of the, day, but after the first few U gives t'i tin judges of tiu; United A cram of t.artiT iE.ktag powder. Ili ln-st of thl(-.1 u-ce,! o &,\ t'cuft, !_ _
States courts the power of appointing a all in leavening sticn lment i.-Latent U. S Govern ITseri i-iiig r.bVtre jut is-iic.;<>n.Ii .
Col. Cooper, candidate for United passed successfully through the canvassing or retuniin l>oird; i for each food Kcport.UAKISO (!.i: utt.itevvf tii s sg.zsttolm o. iusoivtrn-y of
the stale of Henry v. Yorkdt.eeac.J.. lllwl
Slates congress, will speak in Starke polls and explained the lay of the slate, who shall curtify \\li-iiu the piople IIOYAL I'OWDER C.).. 10G Wall St., X. Y.Notice. *v. T.i 'eks, administrator: of sail estate.niEKK.ti. by YJJqVj\ 1 TiJOUT

25th of this month.- Hephould have elected to congress.It \\ \f. T. Keeks administrator of M
()Z). the
boxes to the others, confidence was requires the clerk of Ihu house of representatives VI ttie i atate of Henry I.Vork-ittepf Bradford ,
havo' county,State of Floi ida, dei-eased, has this
z a rousing reception.
lo place on the roll I of mem HfO ALlj Ti'ho.n it may concern: Takenotii-e
V restored and the voting went along [ A day flii-d! in my niece a suprgestioa 01 the insolvtenev
for de
that I will not l lIt ivspdiiKible any its HORSES
bers-elect the of the hold of said estate
names ,
persons *
contracted by wif. ?!inno! KleinschmiiU,
The.third partyites tried all kinds smoothly all day. There was some ing such certificates so that they may sho! having voluntarily my left niy bol an>l Tl.ese am therefore notify t-nd adnionTsh

'I of little schemes on election day to crowding and jostling at the entrance l irliciia| as members in the organiz-ilion JOHN KLEINSCUMIDT. all fde iwi the>same ong hclding in inyofiic claims'. duly against auttienticti'i-d.said estate on to -V _

j gain voters and ihen fell off nearly of the house. StarkeFla.Sept. !r.t,18a-4t or Iij the SWcli day January, A. D. 18-3. on For Ladies' and Gentlemen's Riding !!
but all had time to vote by It authorizes oiliccrs of the Unittd which day there will be a pro maui distribution of __
a hundred of what had alieady been SherilPs; Sale.FTSDEIl time assets bfiongin? to said estate, atnouK the
Stales ant cor.trol tile
t.i supervise n-gis;ration
the time the polls closed, when the creditors of the s.une. a2J
to them thin by viitnc of an execution rta'e1J
given of volets.
Witness hand
my and real ofcrnrtthis the 20th
count was promptly commenced. It.VaUtilorizes such officers to make a Court\ Anpu-t in and I2lh.for 18.T3.the Issued fourth out Judicial of the Circuit Circuit day of July, A. D. IS'JU. TEAMING OF: ANY KIND
V It is very important that the November The[ full vote of the county by house-to-house canvass, lo ascertain the liradford county, Fl-,rUln. in a certain cause Ju'y[SEAL it), 1832.] Wu. F.County M.o pirrns Judge.. TO
V therein pending, whrroin Charlos Ilyor, Pustavp
uf registered .
'i.- .election should bo. carried districts will be found in another lega'ity any SI oiler and Colin H ilnTtst-n.. iloiiiR business
provides for the p.iyinl-ut! of all these firm nameaiid of Slyer, Mullen! & j. W. Alvarez I
for Cleveland, Those who have got under the stylo Notice of Election.TO Co.'s Livery Stables.
the federal and
officers out
column.JTST1CES; ot treasury Co., were plaintiffs and Walter Wills and Owen .
their hands in at electioneering authorizes the employment of many of Owei s. Jr., ixirtccM tlofna! business under the all and singular the Sheriffs of the several _
V : AND CONSTABLES. firm name and style of Wills & Owens, wer c'e- counties of tnc Hyitf of Florida: Iforses '
V fhould keep on in the good work them for us much us eight days before uu ndants, I have levied upon and will sell in KNOW YE. tlus I, JOHN I*. CRAWFOIID, Carriages and Saddles. Expert Dmers. DrafIC':,

until after November The justice? and constables elected elect itii:. front of the court houso Ooor in the town cf Secretary of State for iie! State of Florida, do Animals and Vehicles for kind of '
And finally, U makes pcrm .nenl appropriation Slarke. in said county of Rrn'Iford vo the highest hereby give notice thataGENERAL any Hauling? _
in the various districts are as of lor the exvculiouof bidder on the FIUST MONDAY IN KOVEMUrJl. ELECtION V GOOD STALLING AND FEED FOIi YOU V
The 'people, of Florida want no your miiiu-y : A. D 1S')2) the sarnie being on the seventh will be held iu each county fit the state of Florida, HOUSES.CHARtiKS. ;-
follows: the law. day of said month! during1 tnt leg*! hours of o-j Tuesday next succeeding the First Monday in PROMPT
force bill and will volo the Cleveland And I his i is the iniquity the third partyiics. ; sale on that dor, the following described lands November. A. 1.'. 1s92. the said Tuesday being the _

: ticket In .November. liradfoid I jaw ley-David George, justice; whether they intend it or not, the same being the property of said Owen Owens EIGHTH DAY OF XOVEMBEU, SASiES! OPPOSITE HOlfT'S' CARRIAGE FACTORY
Jr. Kltu&to lying ((11(1( being in the county of Furl four Presidential Electors. STARKE. [ (
: county is in the ring and will roll up Leon Sapp, constable. would aid the|| patij iu foisting Bradford. State Florida, described ns follow, For one Representative the Firt congressional : _
her usual democratic majority. Tho upon the South. Jou.d the democrats to-wit: The ncvthcsst quarter of the southwest district ot Florida iu the 53d congress of the .' _
V- Lako JJutler-T, II. Milton, justice ask a better or mote comprehensive r.ainI quarter of Section Ten in Township Sever, south United States?
tate is depending on us and Hrad- of Twenty-Gnu (cast contaiiilrg forty For one Kepre.-sentativeof the Second
Hanpr T P. Croft constable, p.iigu duciimcnt Ih.-tn I the above? The
; I acres, more or less. Terms cash purchaser district of Florida iu the C31 I congress of
ford will not disappoint them. Alderman yiislinguijiied Georgiansuii adds by the paying for titles. P. S CHEWS. the United States.IN "
Geo. I
V VV jus- way ol ciiuimcnt, that: jiopular! government Sheriff of Bradford Count- Florida TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto FLORIDA KLINE. SHORT LINE. _

Tho TKMCGRAIMI has spared no lice; Joe Douglass, constable. could not long Mirvivc the eMablishment Sept.By II.23,N.eaa.RICHARD, Deputy Sheriff (SEAL) set of the my State hand of and Florida afiixed at the Tallahassee Great Seal, I To all points Direct ccnnections iu South Middle to all poiutii ami Wrst Korth Florida... ert aniiKortliccst.Jfobile, New Elegant Orleans ind coaches the Southwest. .k', __ __

expense lo give a full and accurate V 1'roideitee\\T. L. Summers justice of a system winch permitted the use the capital, this the 15th day of Auust, Route from Tampa to Cincinnati wit:,<,ut change ol m

record of the vote cast in the of tae army at the ;polling, place of the (Jonunissionur's Sulo. A. D. Ittti. via Montlcello nnrt Thoinjv&ville. _
countyat Joe F. Williams constable. and at the suine lime IC1IIViVI JOHN I,. CRAWFORD VIIIME C IBP In cfiVot June 12, 1892. _
; country
virtue of order the lion Win.
ho election The fly an tna-Je by Aug. 20, !8"2. Secretary of State.
; on Tuesday. Pine Hill-D. Ilayncs justice S. from: ie ponsil,iliiy In the oll'u-ers A'homanagi 1. 1 F. ilalphurs, county judge in and fur Bra-1 V ; I 'h OU'I llL1tJi1V'.I :* I 10 I a |WEbl'KKN l,1\Npj| ( ft _

TKLKuiuru I* always up to times ; : ; and cnnliul thi'ir vl ccl IIIS.- ford county,State of rtoritiadated August 2 lib.1MKJ. 11' IS A DUTY you ewo yenrieli and fani. 55'pl010aLv Fcrnandma Ar Sfl'Jp 9 45 a ''IOp| 700aLk Jacksonville Ar fl 0p 120p'
and is willing lo give the peuplo the N. Johns, constable1.b'tarke Green Cove Spring.PO ap]>iintiiijT ne the imiersiKiit-d coil 111:5.: II)? *0 get the be8t value for your iuone. 31ill2SaLv Callahan Ar 23>p 7 SO a84ai S.0p 7S3 I.T Baldwin Lv 754pJ2 p"
KionpT 10 sell the following Ic I estate Id I flat ei;! Economize In your footwear by >1115aLv Jacksonville Ar 2)p; ) 6oa 1it3a 8C3aAr lake City Lv C31p92i>Li _
bot news service possible. -llob't Keith, justice; W.W. i in the cou .ty of Bradford and State of Florida v. I<. Douglas Shoes, vrhicu represent the 935p11OpLv Baldwin Lv l41p 5 45 a1117p r-'ita IMIaAr LIveOek Lv 540p
LITIC L CO M 31EKT. liflonRins ta th< entats of C H. Hall, deceased, ben yalne for prices acked, as thonsaada U7pAr Starke I.vll47a 481 a aArSuwanneespgsty 8t&41221a _
t constable. (iSiihP1l as follows: The southwest; qnai-ter Will 2'23pAr Hawthorne lIi _
Agin, 4fNOSUBSTITUTE. Lv119a 3 2)aU 10.ttatr' Madiyonieiisac.a Lv &IUp 825 1LT
; Thi eolop1 j voter in Bradford is of the r.orlhwist qiusrterfaction iteht. tovn.shiiix ; ._ 3 a asipAr Citra Lv 11 01 a 2 44 a 4 t1 a II 3 ,Ar MouticellIm 3 0p 4 0i __ ___
lie that he has I Hampton I -JI. M. I Hhtnton; j L1st ice; Yes. ami Lucklc 'ii your armor, ye democruts (V j ol (thot ifiti're t ve ty-t oo e.t, cijAtstntn. 3 31 p Ar Silver Springs Lv 9 S3 a SYlti 145pArl"OaAr Taflaharsee Lw l45r81GZ.
441 congratulated atE .
t.wtyacres nior'or hts; Now by virtue! of ii 214a Owxla '
V V 34lpAr LvlOHa 148 43t
th11iVVIi e 343pM.
of 1'ltii iilt. 'S'l.c do.tttV; :Vt. Qufocy Lv1247p l2O&--7O3pAr .
: last bis opened and! IUH II. Sa.\ton, constable. c'lii-nsy is siclivv. o-.hC? I Will sell the af--re.-iid rrnl t-stareat public Ilomosnssa Ly 7(K>a500ft Ia J0pArBlverJutrtnLv12l8pUrI&t __ _
_. eyes Their work is being done in I the datk.: outcry in front of the <-outt house voted the democratic, tickct--thetUkel TIlE STATE ELECTION They aiv moving behin1' ili'j barn (blurs ,if S'ai ke. ii: th- 8JiJ county ofbvUve.en riati1ril, /. :. : _. :.::VIrV 5pAr TavnrcsApopta Lv 8 14 a atop 2CO1LAr 311)1.iltLr LY flOe 0a 243p.4
the legal h.>ur< of x.iieon tl.<> 8 09 a Lv _
630pAr 7a
of the The colored d semis uf di.-cnrient CSOp5I5p 'i4iaAr NrwOrlVens Lv
people. are sowing t amon- 83Wp
Iloporls from nearly every county ; irst KoTkitay ir.Octo'jt r. A. D 1S2.:; Cta 710pAr3M Orlando Lv 7fNa
is the farmers iiu? laboriiig IIH-H gcncially HifRjinK* btiisjf tliw 31 1 day of snid month and a it.ieijls Lv 7<0p
: ju'ople arc Icarniiipj that what a 44rpLv AVUJwooill Lv 0it; l2Up:: _44-ipA Clikvp. lv ctUl ,
in the state have been received Ji IciCi'.l sao d j S iM reil estate sold for -n tor ?
while you are asleep. > nn\\ t.iki; it for y. paym 5 15 a GlSpAr6s:0a >o pood for the white man is good fort granted that they are weak. !). not buoveroonfidcut. debts. Tciins cash purchaser j.ii lag: for : 7lij; > Ar Plant Citr Lv Oft) a !17p ANU 4-I'Jr.l
which give Mitchell over 23,000 title. li. B, KII.JUES. V
him. 7oa:: i:0pAr TampaWaldo Lv Ill
Thuvisu V : SCOaSlOp _ _
genui-il guards Sept. 2, ISUi. 1'oniniisiioiuT.
o 2fO.
\ Ar4WlpAr
--- ---- -- V majority. The entire state ticket well I avery opening no mailer i i if i the nitinberof The abiivf *:.dl' t postpone 1 uniil the first 3wt Gainesville Lvll42aLvltiaa S5VIIlllCaAr i !> ?*$a Lv Jacksojyilf AT 310p
:l'r V When tho coloredpeople learn to Mmdar in Nov-rnher the same bci >K the Sev'Cnt.i. rtsamHna Lv 1 30 p
his opponeiits is siUI 11. ilake I the ; Key Lv VSOa
has been elected, and nearly every CII.h IVI () aiI I.. B. ; IiutES.Coniniisiotier.. 530pAr Brunswick Lv S 00 a
vote the democratic ticket---as many right a vigorous and aggres. ivu one. Ie.d 'irais on Southern rilLslon leave Archer daily V _
::r tif them did laRt 't'qesi1a'-therr are county has elected democrats to sleoge hammer blows and knoc'i this new I Early Bird rud Engi." Nine; leave 1agle mine tInily cEcept cicept$unday.Sundayat a 8:40 430 p a., m.Q.for for WflIhto that the represent them in the legislature. enemy out in iis infancy-IVusacilaNews. Notice of Dissolution.rX in''ermaihiate doint. TtZiIIi leaves OtWtlO and Winter Park daily except Sunday. Leaves Oved.f
c xns repuMican party : nUo daily, at 8 30 a ni: Winter Park ar 8S7a m, nrriipg at Orlando 9 amieaves
; bosses l have lost their over The ijiird party has lost every thing. > THOSE WII1L! it m.iv concern: The firm p m, arm-hit g WinterFark 5 23 p m;Ovhdo tTp rum. Orlando daflyM
power L ofR M. William< Clnv.. ihis d 1 iy. bv V Pullman sleepers for Cincinnati and Tampa and Jacksonville
Never has such Waterloo been and
lhemtand that the wgro. himself is The Times-Union of Tuesday OfVeaver's mutual c( nstt if, 1)1 known. democratic majoriiyjs says bAving iss:1u OUt J. K JJiuioii's iuU-rest Trains on the Fernandina and Oimlwrlaal route leave
l ein ;.tHlncated to the ui-edsiof the \ war record: "Joliii! P. Williams, JimJa-uJumiiLriill ii.t'siiit'esof! sai I firm. Tbos rcopt Sunday. Connects at Fernandina for Dun Jacksonville and lWnsndina

country, as well as learning what is greater than ever before.7IIE. a lIt br, 'but high !y Cfcteeiud. I farmer uf I 7llO owe the Him will: settl;with 1\. M. Williims.I Brunswick-, forming the Clmiberlard. nnite. and reahin?!opera.?connections Curnbeland br Macen ls1antJekyt, t1anta Isbud anil _
Jilts county, had twtnt)-tive 1'at hogs, I who will coiiliuu-t ti!'&i nn-lor the S1Tllt nneVgl aVl northern mini western potot.- nday train heaves Jack H '
4 most to Ida own interest. firm ,nam r.f K. M. Williams A Cwlifc :i.'. J. Intel route connection. Leaves Femnanclina 5 nviHe 40a ,tnakesCumber. s'
CMJVKL.ANO SOUND ON \\hichal! that tim La p iii art Imea Sacksouvilie
were woiih i ) OJLAs3 13 m. t'ullman seepb
per i J eI! I p
: V F. Tiuzivli {f >C3 OUt > bisine & cal s Brunswick to Atlanta anti Atiatta, CincinnatI anti Nashville. ____
QVBSTIGN.I hundred gross and a lot nf iitrse. Limpon: Kid., Ooto'jcr 1. lbi)2.WorIU ) __
On an invoice of eighteen pounds Weaver took s ? For inforniatlon see local ag.nt, Ticket office 8GS. Bmv Street. corzmnr Hogan Depot toot
( iu person a lii-t of soidL-is to Hegtatreet. JVlei.soflrjfle. ______
his letter of Mr. A. 0.
V.-- uf onion ut-ed received l h'y a met- acceptance William' Int and mad a I he soldiers shii 1V'1lII 1UltC. ThE BEST SHOE IN THE\Yo1fo FOR TIlE MIET. N. PEXXINOTON, Traffic JIaiiaeer.SUMMER. MacDcneIlceu.F. &.T.L

chant of this place I from the island Cleveland declares himself in fav\ every hog on the plaeo, and lilt! them The ( iici ilfll.1 I. I Hamilton: 11 titl! Divtr>tr.iilr.ul > A genuine sewed choc, flint will not rip,tine

V of Bermuda there was a duty or $5 (if sound and honest money, sufficient brought.into c.i-np. When Williams is tlis; l'nli'uuiiVsiiltuhil Hue. coir fortable, Beamlcss Bty lisa, smooth tea durable Joslde than, flexible any other, raoro shoe com ever _

in voliimo to supply business needs as>ked for a Voucher. Weaver said: '1dQn't with tlinmz curs hcl I\Vft-n (1 i>'i-ii: iiti j amiCliipajru. sold at the price. EquaU custom made shoesccstins RATES.V F,? ..JScieni3c
puti l the custom h house from$4 to e
charges were !
V and whatever the form of the give iviiels m the S.oioh voitcli is.I I iiinii two I trniiid each \1I y l and 85 Han-ewednccajfL The ji
33.95* making tbo charges, less the says, would rather furnish rope; to hang every every tl hiI y in the year, with iusiirimrs ia l most stylish,easy and durable shoes ever sold V

4 fivlgbt, .18.83. Now, can any roa- currency* natfonal or state, whether d-tt one of* Mr Williams i is still I chair airs i>n il.ty: t trains nnd I n-rtrar l Ittl I- at from5toe12.the crice. They equal-flue imported shoes costlnsOO THE GEOKOIA SOUTHERN ANT FLORiDA II. is now ,

nab.c voter for one moment say gold, silver or paper, "every dollar living ami will swear to the ab. ve if necessary. hull helit'1 S :tisil 1Zfl'IFiiVeJ ti onpi ltllldflt isa, *SO other 1'oHro? wii0 SIioc want,e\rora KOW!byfarmers heavy calf end.three all maritig vales for'the travel out of Florida to oil summer resorts wbtch F

; that this is not ihepcoplo put in the hands of the people) ." oars on lliZllt trains. Five trains n (IV3 emed,extension edgo tUoo,easy to wali la.anti will trill shortly be placed on ,
an outrage on keep the feet dry sal w
F _____ lctw-n ('inci'jirili i and Indianapolis I na.
V of this and should should be of the fame intrinsic ii BO 50 Fine Calf 11.t1 3 and C2.CO Work. line is the shovti-st and fastest \fi fe
V country, The |a\ payersvsl\ \ to know how much J 1C)1.P.S. wilh I chair ears ,tii.l I s-lfept-rs. In St. lp Injimen's fchoes v.-m give more wear for tea out of Florida, carrying the
bitch value or purchasing power. With Lniiiand through eonihiiiaMdii money than any other mako. They are mode for ser- India mail to all IHIUUS west and wrthsu-st.
we not- try to stamp out taxation they will have to juty for Governor; Fleming ; ; cirsj t.) vice. The lncrevsltg mica&iow ;hat workinnmen Trains arrive and depart* ------
? this condition absolutely guaranteed.both s little court fiolic ia lids ciy18L j &i>?in.lifl>l aail Ivfokuk. It is i thuI oir have found tiAleont. from union depot! m Palalka and ?IIaCot). Connection made with all lines

gold and silver can bo safely wirk. and how much they to lie I I IIIM i iii'lwi-i'ii t.'iiiciiiiiati.? Lima. 'I'l.hilll I #lltep a 2.OO hoee and are worn Yentbs'by the p1.75 boys Scbool every.where. ill Maeon with the vstibnle limited for the Carolinas tbel
V' benefit cd l t' and Uetn t, Tickets on sale tvirywhinWhi'ss -. 'rhemost'arviceabie shoes sold At the 1rgiaia
: utilized terms the adjustment I the txpeudil lire. Jacksonyille prijtee.
equal in
aY : Air. Cleveland's letter of accept upon *' Metropolis. you jui/chasf seu tint I Ihey K-.i-l i via s.4kiij 4 52.00 3.OO aud.l.7 Ilanrt-se'wed, Sa.SOi east, ouch with through sleepily car ]lilies for resorts in 'i"ennesseei- Kenf )

i aiiec doesn't suit the protectionists'. of our currency. This C; II fc I 1).. e'llhcir tu 01 ytit of I'liu-inn Hi i I, 1Iisees are= unadeof the >st Dongola or fine Calf for,oa titckv nUll all ) ( north iiitl )mrjhiv.t.i. f -

V. :]It doesn't suit the advocates of Co position is correct in point of f.-iet% .Tiic col<)nd ci.izi-n once upna* lime Iniiiiiipolis! : cr filel. K. (). ..Vc'ouMICK. desired.Die. Tneg3JX)6boa ThYBr0YeI7St7113hcoxutortab1e! ; equals custom made shoes and costing dora- ant .' ( lI1. 'l'rniis; leave IS foltclus Palnika', Slctjiiiit.tars between' Ptiatkt

; cent silver dollars. It doesn't suit sound in principle, and has ever born was a unit in politics. ,b -C'iiise lie lidu't General I'..>atgtT: ui 1 'lheLdt.teiit. from tOOto$&(&- Ladies who wish economize o la : 40 a. m. aiitl 8 15
their footwear are Undine this out. VCautIon.W.t.Dug'ao hlnunp "it. ;; .3 1 a. tn. and 9 i7
the friends af the force bill nor the doctrine of the democratic party know any holler. No m-iic cmpliitkrurLunieiit ( iiinali. O. l 2.i:; rLaUrcH1 and the price la p. iti., i.ake ('tv, F (l1 a. In. atl, 10 55
stamped on the bottom Trafie
each shoe look for It a3.izr.
: Johnny D-ivenport, nor Cornoral on which Mr. Cleveland has always to show the progress of the I'M c when you buy.- Be ware ot dealers attempting to subBtltuteptherm&kesforthem. aengt/J !
NtiCO.NTilk't. .
littcitdl than tl-i Such subst1thtfonr V V
V Tanner the natiOnal stood, notwithstanding ho has been Can present fu-ljl in rraudnlentand subject to prosecution law ? VV
republican bj for
n.or o
V the North and Eisl liy'is di videl. ril-i 1 is '
21Ve11 l.1t
nolojjgfrVling hierl'v I ;t SLueillI tainlngm'Tiey under false pretences. -
: committee. Hut it )puts lifo and charged hy_ his political opponents tii his fill god. but is voiiug celifg tIt I i.i tli ekhiiishcrs s1 h1 )'liiit.I W. I I>OUGLAS, Brockton, fllaas. Bold.byJJYl AmoricaaAgacy G. W. Young

.. strength an'd hope :uul courage into .being in favor of the demonetiza for princip t-s as Jio hai lhoii.jii! iliiuout.t I I 111141 ':1Oilt)1l (, ly hiiIri. %(I t111111V113 _ihlhi HQDGESJ. forCOPYRICHT3 ,

4 the democratic canvaxs.-..-Philadelphia tion af silver and the use only" of veii i ng TcUv.ra) Ii ;iI tile ;( USI hiI1.4 I ii I t'e tov(I Iii : GEHERilt

Record. gold as :\ metal..currency and iiieasnrement SiirI. Irtttfurd luUl ly. :; ; iii0.III BLflCKSMIfAX1
: kMcKiIIb.y is all right. wiilis llil of Oclotsr I). 11
of values. Thi-s policy is :.u -ntlmsiasiio 1st. ZIt WISS & SONS' V
correspondent from 1 High Tariff. I.h1.c .i Ill., 10 r''i(4 i'.eI' nuih Inans --
V Honest Dollars. safe for 'the countryundvill aid in Ohio. Tliat's true, indeed; !bmviiat for ciunpltJiun uf SM!, mat!." PRACTICALORANGE

_ TL1c free Bilver.advocates talk about an relieving the people of their burdens about thu common laborer of the i 5v >riU'V oflLu |irfsi'ltf-iit. WOOD-WORKER,

honed dollar" as though the present sil whilst the wildcat solie-mes of has I" woik under .such unjust us S V F. U JlOKdAX. CLIPPER CAVEATS,

would the result that iniquitous measure- knownis the S. ( rt.t.tiy (I f S. & S. LII.. U. Co.&hit Is located tit the old VlII5h P. where Iii4.
not the party'could
dollar buy n* much us people's only
I McKinley tnfi: [ bw? Mclvwilej: -yi-s. ra1tr 0:1)2. Lengtb Inches. V eta. is prt-pjirfcl 10 make or iviiir all kind*of.11
A gohii one; and ytl when you consider in disaster and ruin to the whole "hc'sjdl I rigiil"-but undi-r his l.nnknsooic --- -- I For M1J\N thformt& Co, 1%$free handbook writ*to iron, liu" or woodworkHe will'uttMjiL..

:.: F vlyxl' they propoao to:do, you will find body politic"; livrill bill we ssiy the working nu u of should be in Ev ry House.J. Oldest nre br securtn awwy patjt NZW In Amerio YORZ. you it wngiin or repnir your ,coffetpot;

Ae' that their pretension arc'juxiuore honest '!> ,-. Aravi5c-t. tlw uxcn who juy the greater \YHon 37i Cisiv'siiec?. Slwrpsrtj the EVerypateni pni bys takei noti out by us is brooght befoee make you a plww or repair your baggy-fe
than Uie'silTtr dollar whlcU thrj aie con- he fusion of the democrat and shureuf the revenue of lids uali'inre Wit l'a..SHVsIia will jiot be \\ iUroiit'a given tree of charge in the shoe your horse tTV sell -out a Cliioigo v

dnnnlng.: i; .*' populists in Wyorairig \vill probably all V right and sire, iut: properly toavnsatcd. lr_ Kiig -HW *Iiibfovcry tor ("4)11 # Atrrootor. -

44 j They propoSc to"ttiu Into n silver dollar result in giving thojeleoioral vote: of The .UeKinley kiml of {tiinn StiUltttOn! r mshs! antI Cohl-i, (jilt it Now-Mr. Patraer il will pay yottf.rnt $

: tlxteen lhncs"-tht weight of metal that that sUte We 'erand field while Impoverishes the gn-aJ and overwh.-l lLUii!: itred hits wile who was ihro-'tenoil hitlhiiletlm'nit These Cflpp are made of the ljiwedVctreniatton; of Imiut iiH. about tlii windmill, a* IL
) whiereii while : after flu fttta k of la grippp, rery flnest mate. world. Splefldl any scientific biper In the be uscU for
pV tlo niold'dollar.; .:thtf mar- majohiy, ilston-aawuy thir laboicr's V V man ilinstrad. N3 Inteiheent any. purpose :hnl wnler i
ktvlUepVtlie-two metals is as twentylhrcotO -* the. democrats wlll' secure the goy; harcl nths.
i' one. Theyrvonld thus attempt ernor. and otbcr"&tate .officers.As. those already wealthy V nnd possessed of iI>ysiau& had .iloua ..her no g'xjd.iojirt have used them. endorsed V by all V who* & : J5Xedra Addrc,NeWVVnrIC.Y.U'NI &-co.t. ,.. Cnhi smith IciVRl ttU ttlKJIV It it (bVe4VnotVt: V
_ : llarl>er of KsportPi. cnimsI Sold by the Hardware _
and V V "
P: 'tpcompel the man hoftinerwld to part Wyoming isV'rock-ribbetl, dyed-iri.- mont-y enough to live 1uurnuiiIy the bah ). Kind's* NewOi uvery has d jne him J. WISS & SONS NewFk N.Supply Trade. 'V ; .V- V take ui wii on Jrtnt fV KI nwy Iti p'uvh.-'

.- V V* V withll.lLat is. if he tkos mTiv&U made the-wool republican state, the demo alice of lives. .Off.wiib McKiuley "iarregoo than anything! hIM ever used j.f Maaufactarerj.Eipans V V > a bi? PKW. 1. -

Vj V U>lo coio.&t little morc.luiiflwo-th'irds its crats would seem to have the best of down -\vUli his' tariff law and, 'give the foolnns troultle. Jlothiiig Ifk'o it. Free Eipans Tabulbs as3istdigeiijn; ( ; yoiC"l_
; (4 tnarki-t 'vnJue.- batukPi.thc' ictit3.Uklsbiui country law that will protect its cit.zcns. tEll bottles at starkrr-Drii'R' Cnniuany's Tabulcs cure liroc troubles V V

'f&n.c ;: thte bargain. Tribune. Uot starve them.-SU Frauds:i Jtcts.. 1rU { )ti1rt4tre bottics 50o aud l. 5 Kipans Tabnles move tbc htwis. liipans Tab tes euro cncstlratjr YQUiG: ,

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fcfeF -. I- TIle) stood beside the cott:1e door; j f' Denies the: Report.,. i Washington News.WASHINGTON. -- -. ------ >"',' .

.",-:--;.,10-' ---..: ., -" .-.--', 'Twas The]"outli and fair ta ed miss:' .I -The report that I. worked for the election ;, : October. "5.-"RfchHrV-Is Look OUT FOR N. J. JONES, : --- =--- -.- -' .- -........

,' ,. ""' }. JIl.tO tJ1.lS9". : .. :.. night A nd Kls"dark.' f he asked hr,for' .,I of .AI f..Ciews. or any O'!KT candidate./ ; himself ng'linn 'Once mere the door to / t.i t. I E. J.'STE\nn1\ :

7 ..... 'r. is falsi'. I 'um uol n. P1iticii. but lun j i Mr. Hauison's private; olHcv sinobIIKiglr BIG i ,r
'ThoUgh .
I busy 111 the ADVERTISEMENT
?: al'aJrairs. r must'answer o/'said livery husims, which takes i Offlcii .
she tl I
'" '. 1 Will this Statement "I my time and ouch) to wily rejmhlicllni r f ,"
't\ No maD make: attention.J. Hilician.! and inside the I ... ,
inferior flour should ask tor that I : W. A LV.\UEZ. ) just as wily dispenser :
when SlIday '
m Why. buy youcangetbwet whIch he : J) "'#
Can ( of smiles his NEXT :J ltftItkZnyFltt .
Home at the je" For ; patronage upon \'isitors WEEK! ?/ .
: same Fine milk Cows. '
,% & Richard. '-PearSon's Weekly.liss I and) makes !time attempt of_ Lil! lire In I :::::; .,
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Ileibergcr ---
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brice at ----- J ,
---- : to Georgia! fuUrChase -
H' I l'lo' jJa MCACee is )( 1\ cir oC fine milch tl1:1inln something like geniality.! Thi-r rA Tf WwETjTSiJiiGN
& line of paints at \ cows 'lh'se -----
$$} A full fril'nas at Cedar Key.MISSKate .' ows will be Mr. I rill IK* no new IM.SS of the ivpublitaimhine ---

: W Truby. Sternlmrg & Co. their good mjjk and butted qunlitieg. 'iny ; Mr II.-tni-j will steer the.okornieuten ] PHYSICIAN AND\
: /.SeeN. J.. Jones white des goods! h 1ev mother ivingstoll i:4'i:: itilJg to IIDe applr io need to HtilHwiT of 11 god &cow Kiclwrd would do well craft into the most crushing | t{;
fur fur- -
you purchase. street.. tier infcrrual (ullision! of its existence: unless another C'f1Lre %
MLt'fore| as Inuy have: already DC fiitj11..' Pruz> S.or.
I : .
l\Ir.\ and 1\hs. ecu spokcn fOr I l"Image for the worse should take plneein STAHKE
line of ladies' black silk umbrell88 T. A. -
Oar .
()e home Knight will -- Mrs.I lI.-iHson's condition and thai everybody -" mylStr; FLORIDA
cannot be surpassed. to.daj' or to.moJTo.w. Fruit Trees. ,. .
sincerely hopes will not ) --
e CIit
I' Truby, Sternburg & Co. ..J.iI'8v.. E. j.w. J I I again cull tic attention "f lu )sc i inter.cslcII .. .... COMER L PEEK -" --
8 paid a in Mr. Harrison realizes much more fully .., 'TTOUNI'T.L..... .
a7iTi; .Isitto: flying purtlug out fruit trees of any. \\ Rlld Ncn'\z: ,
has stock
: N. J. Jones : of Gaioes\'iJe! last week. kind. to the fact that I can fill their order I than do some of his Ill ciatcs and! would- -:10.1_

: rfuneral supplies, coffins and caskets Mayor Peek cheaper than they can gt such stock I lie udvivrs that he is managing Ihe most CD Fire Insurance.

"at all prices. .' Uncon Spent a fe\\ (days ill elSCWlere. LeConte pars flue :IIullwo .. dcspt-inii'fight! : into which his pntyen'r / n"Pl'PNPllt.[ .U'"F.p.I'OO -
I.H\lO'i: .
last !'Ja : .t or. 'l:
week, on business years oh and Kei1er Hybrids a started that the drift of intelligent public flV1I\I.Jo: : 'i'm INGT )
,: ____ Also specialty. ; :;":t'vltrrIn,1 HJtt: : :WI"iI:
All kinds<< of hauling done uromptJy'at MI's. T. ;-;----- a large stock of shrUlJtJl'ry. A mun sentiment is against the very keystone of t')H'lxiBvs.: JI.\ltTF01b kirt; IauratctCiOiee : -

J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s slaMes. R. lefliple, of FeJ'l1al1di a can for SCe What he is hUJint! before he pIJ Ihe n'puLIi:1Islrncllm'I\ high; protect I I .'.OUtlty for sale_ I"ts tlf I.Ilnd in inn... nl,1
",64," s "ISiting relath'c8 in tbe, ;h' It Grupe vines of the best varielies ire tariff-lIlld that the f.-uk: he hits undet.iu.en I ST\I:1r.; _
; t1 1 Domestic and New Home' sewing:, He,'. ----.' for j<'lorid:&. J. ''v. tYVnOTES.Iliglllmul. is heiculciui in its proportions; but .h"I!,'r Ft.OU\..

for sale by Mr. I10lemnn \\'iIl he 13 lighting! for political! ) .life. and he-

v-,,_ machines Truby Steruburg & Co. Episccpal services next Sunday. hold proposes maKrllg the best of a bad cause; o ( I :razee & Hall
that the election is over, the thin with the hope. small: and faint though I, i il ; 1

Go to J. G. Alvarez for the latesi. ing,Mr.his Pattezo McCormick is \1sit- party .will no doubt do as they did at their hits, that he may iiipi l.y scratch.. rys and Counsellors et t Law,
sister.1\1rs. recent A handsome Cleveland and Slevensoi .
of gents'ouars. \V. E. Davis. meeting here: fold their tents lik(' .r.rJOJ[ l'IO. 1. Joxfltl1'L'
; l etyles the ':.inner now t.uiigs above the heads o r .
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Arab, and ---a
.' The cheap silently steal: away. )Passers by on Pennsylvanid ,tv 'nLme. II STARKE. BRADFORD
Send your! Jacksonville consign- has captured excursion to Atlanta i lIrsV.\ Dunn returned from her visit quiire: below the treasury department/ : II \ And Downay CO., FLORIDA.
several 02CD cor. Third
jients to''the Florida Producer'sn of our citizens. to the '"Thomw 01 phanagc" last Thurs- WitS hung out by the District of Columbia \ Center Strs Fernandina anjvl
tf day where democratic central committee the lieadu.trteis 0 .s '. : Fla.
1 Consumers'Exchange. The S. I,. I. A. she has pl:1Ced her two (lIugli. I
are acculUulating terf, ElvlJ'/\ and of which ale opposite. The pic- FATTED OX SOUND DI'3iOClUT
Lottie tu be"
quite fund etJIicate(1
J a for CDe H.
their f flAtfic1ls--:
j jj p4)n't forget that we arc head- ik. proposed City The Course begins with the 'Ilucation of I ues on the banner art realIvgood ones, COH-: : :

'i arters for Janus'Means': shoes. Pa the little child and lll lflhIIlcs inL thllr I Ctlll'>nieutly they have attracts! more L\ ND

.4, .1' Steruburg & Co. 1lJand OUli collegil1te COlJrse.I I than: the usual attention given to such SURVEYOR.
Truby, 1'11'-1.: .J. U. Richard lfarjyv things *)
j,., hipple rt ii rued f\'Om Palall.a epufy Coui,1t3St11Ve3flr: .,
have gone to Georgia for I 011 SLtUr(1Iy. Dooi-keeper Turner of the house ofItPFesentnlIves. A
f |I Ctirt.-i21esand lace curtains at 1 a few E. H. I 11 Lines run from U S.
wCl.kH' rest ------. who. when lie was ek-cte Surveys Field Notes
,' i 5 .1. G. Alvarez. Aliuost a JBIazc. a member of the house in 18t' became FGO Levelllu.t t: '"'CnU : aDd Drahlazr SJJI't'ln, elt'
The nicest table damask in the Mr... Charlie elcTT Monday forVashingtoii A sl11all tire was put out last Sundar, widely known as "Turner the ice man," M STARK: at this om' -

\ which, if it had is credited! with always being well posted FLORID .
city at N. J. Jones' mammoth city where gained much
cheap he will hendwJY.
attend would .. on the condition of huh(liea! feeling in -
____ J *ty goods store. S I I college. erable have lesulteii the loss of consid- .New York city, i-ppeciallyamons: the rank W. II. RIVERS

Just received 1)"Perty. Sparks from It passing mil nit of thevjiiiousorgiuiiziitions Ii -..
; a full line of Jamesjeans' The bright
pleasant -
weather this I cng-ine CatIgI\! the slillagles .upiioit Tammany! ; hall in. city politics I II
shoes at J. G. Alvarez. week has been ([lIt! 011 Gskins --DBALEU I
highly appreciated. gill building, corner oC 'l'lIIflpsOfl IInd hcrefore his opinion wns eigerly: sought o -
I :\
( A nw -' ofn- 1 b\" our citizclls. vhendiWli31111!was wdl under: way when he ian ovlr to Washington for i a C -
I: Thl' fire boys resshours' nst. lie said of the situation:

n I promptly., ...., to the call of fire find respondcil were- There is a good feeling in our r..nks JIa JIIIRD PARTY CORN DID IT. GENERLMERCJ.tiDJSE/ r I
In Ih" "rouud to do bout New York. The OnlY cloud: vii -
q L_ ; IS murn ----- -rctdy_.i._ g'Jorl// LIe is the. of the Giaee faction to Alaric's Grave
''Q ,
ets at =N.: J. Jones. Circuit court has brought"people ,..7rru1----- pi' U' .., ''" JIll I<<,pcndcnl niuiIcipdtjcketn I LtJs said that when Alaric, the con.5or .

tried tnveet Home flour? from all parts of the county but fortunately the ;lire ,- ._ .. r- .....*TL'fd over. .Hint. \\.I of Rome, died, that Ua river was 1>KV HOOS.XOTIOXS I
Have needed. This was ,
you services not not muCTTW
and their biJ
we me ('m'mt to make
increasing day. Starke this week. and the wind was htmL iikn.Ib HJ| for, : a place in its bed
The wilep are every :;:1. very old building are nut eliciting any grave and when he U
best trade nees it. For sale by blowing very hard and. had it burned: I cr.ilic; votes in New York. If any- the water was buried ,
off Tues-
: The & The election passed on would have endangeied other valuable publicans want it) vote our ticket they1can k4a ChS.flnel was again let into its former

: Heiberger Richard. day very quietlydisturbance There was no propei ty.The tl.) ho, but they arc iu.l being run : I hi' and the prisoners who had HOOTS 1. '. :
Spring goods in au endless quar.tity :- at all. aftT. Tamnuiny is bolid fut Cleveland. I I iio bury him were killed so that
Centennial Celebration.The will be elected by the st.11w1rllle- might find out where :-
mammoth -- '-' and he the IGROCERIES
Jones' store. con-
at N. Mrs. J. E. Harper, of Middlcbnrg, celebration of the centennial anniversary mociaey of tha Empire state and his o- ;::2 nome was buried.-Yankee and

J. G. Alvarez has just received a spent Sunday in the city, the guest. of ftiieig'i missions at the Baptist majority will lie "somewhere before between he re- ..... Presse__ .

load of "Diploma" flour. of Miss Genie Wills.) 12.UOO!> "and O.OI.\>. Just A curious and prjrrown ...
'- car quite a sue Turner said .
church on tiundy:; last, was turned to New York Mr. ; in the Maine .r FU I.

;. Our stock of groceries" the most It took all night and until 8 o'clockin cess both in the interest elicited i ia Hit Teihaps y ju may I think that I our am cu.iiires a chaser areioutl of sawmills up, in the utilizing oJSI ss has Starke, _

_complete in town and prices} way the morning to count the votes exercises and infoimalioi imparted of on the the lainbowshen for carrying say New lIamnlshire.: butall onense quantities of sawdust by com.. "Ss -..-------- -- ----- Fla- cc

.;:- down to hard pan.Trl1by cast at this precinct. results achieved in the spread : the I same ills true I : The 1 republicans 1' don. Thousands of tons of sawdust are I I DRUG CO 1 pit-
Gospel. work to blocks and bales, now
into compact
: Stern burg & Co. of were lead on the h .ve got to do some lively gel pressed
books and stltio'lery-ne.w Where, O! where is the third I A number of the woik essiys; of evangelizing the New vmp&hire's. electoral votes, and I and in this form is finding a ready mark-.) )ftlce, where the *
School 5
party: gone; with their life cut short heathen progress bhowin an encouraging outlook, piedict they<< will bj cast for Cleveland. .,et for kindling and fuel in the eastern ) 'st
stock-at Morgan Bro's.Ask ." in New York Sun. nil) clean stwk nf fresh
and their ears cut long;? accompanied instructive addresses, all :ities.-Interview ,
Ieebb for cards', stencils, interspersed with a service of bong awl "Drowning men catch at straws. t
etc., of the Florida Producers' andE The firing band was out on music that made the occasion cntel taining republican party i is, figuratively speaking Commentary. DUUUS.:
oftener held in drowning man and! it is franticallycatching made his words felt deeply ,
Consumers Exchange. tf Wednesday night serenading the If similar servictserc a alou "The bishop
that comes g
successful candidates. our churches upon some line of evangelical al'every stiaw Indeed it today, I think." 'IEIICINIS and'rolLl'r

4 Job printing of all kinds at the. woik it would prove both attractive hoping'lheix-by to keep\ catch at. Dm- "I differ. I think he talked through AUTICLES,

office. is in session, basing: and beneficial in the way of advaucenu-ni Ii manufacturing straws deal."
: TELUORAPH Circuit court manufactured straws! is the treasury his hat a good
of these oa
opened Wednesday afternoon, to higher planes..- -of- -Christian- -' ---elevation.' statement just made; winch shows an "And even then-it is a felt hat you SPKCTACLES.TRUSSES. tie

\V C have everything; you need and Judge Young presiding.Mrs. \ Roll of Honor. inciease in the treasury balance of about !know."-Chicago Blade.A .
Is under
suit the need of statement. September The i'ri'scriptioii department
will make'pric to who attended $2OOtl since the last
your pocket book. N--: W. flackett has returned The following arc the school pupils and: enlist- 1. This statement will he caught at by Change of Hair.Featherttone tie immeflialtf control of Mi. It!, it,

Truby, Sternburg & Co. home, after a pleasant three months' I my past tel'11of republic.stump speakers .and editorsamid -What are you doing for i .foiXEK, who has had 20 yean,' experience
with depoitment: showing the prosperous -
in Eureka Kan. their names good enlarged!! upon as uncle. earcimillyanil a<'eurateiyilled -
old home VII
trip to her A.S a a living now, prescriptions
N. J. Jones has 800 Crosby cume- Alice Pinholster, Ir.i Pinhol t(l'. Lester condition of time treasury. t .- into de dry Sunday*
Pinho'iier. Lacy of fact it shows no such thing. If 4 Uncle ony-rs gone day or light opt-n'

tez.lots for sale.Write The next meeting of the S L. I. Pinliolster Colonel Albeit.Johns Annie Poppcll Edxvaid all mailer of the matured claims against the goods business, sab.Featherstone front 1 :30 p- in. tn3'X: : > p. m.
.' A. will be at Mrs. W. Ellery Dwis'home : Poppell, Joseph Popyell, Willie treasury which were properly payable in J -What are you, a floor tarkc Fin.: -
: ,
to the P. & C. Exchange, 1 at 2:30 p. m. sharp, standard Poppell.: Jlatiie Umteihill.] H.inly Underhill September had: been piid during tlwt walker? 01112.1'

Jacksonville for market prices before Leila would have shown a with lignity)-No, _. ---- -
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time. Ida Underhill Lub Underbill. month the statementS Uncle Ebony( great --- ----' -- ---
you ship elsewhere. tf : Underhill Frances B.vny Ada Barry, decrease in the balance.: It is wtll known 1'. sah. Is a floor cleaner.-Cloak Review.

Mrs.! Ed. llealey and little Maude, Eddie! Bury, George Barry. Lorenzo that it has been the policy of the treasury STORE -

New line of low shoes just receiv- of" Micanopy spent a few days inour Deck Henry Deck, Jennie Deek Gibrcll.i for months to defer all large payments as The Thunder Stone. DRUG .
under that policy -
-deal Truby, Sternburg, & ,Co. town, the guests of Mrs. Had Abbott'ihIie Abbott, James Au rcws Abbott.. Franklin Johnnie Anti long properly as possible audited and that accounts are held o The opal was looked upon as a thunder -
One lot of 8 cent calico reduced Davis.A rews. Scott! Andrews G'-oise Kelley, back ou the flimsiest pretexts: ai.d that stone, and although many superstitious women- !: W33LL
I : given to a strong ; :
of now
Joseph Kelley, Loyd the amount of this class gtiverliliteiitindebtedness are *
to 5 cents at read cm vote in I Robert Kelley, wearing one, it
man:: who can Lota Johns, Lester Johns. Porter has,, been steadily im-rea.Miig prejudiceagainst iffZr:1

F ruby, Sternburg & Co. the whole seven ballot boxes in one IJ)1ml'Johns,, Avery Johns Palen Colsou. Willie under tins policy which is i,, mainUinrd: in was in bygone days held in the highest TR-; .Lt

know"Louwens minute. It was done by many on Colson Gold\vie Calson. Van Colson I order to prevent a deficit until the presidential estimation, for it was supposed to combine --Ji ) iIT.
ie English, you Hendiicks other :
Emily Johns HityConlJolns. Lula: election.fJ'WNE the virtues of several gems.-

do cigars at J. G. Alvarez. Tuesday. Dora Johns Lula Snpp liosa I OF CARCUI!, a Tonic for Women. e+- Queries Magazine. .

.\Jr E. \Y. Burroughs and family i y-app, Henry Supp. Matthew( Sapp,
We make returns on day of sale. Clara S.ipp. Grover Sapp. Southern and Florida: railroad -
from LaFayette Amanda: Snpp, ; The Georgia Giving Him the Grip.
returned Monday i
FL P. & C. Exchange, where have been visiting ELIZA. A. _ll.xurnu. Teaclitr.Wortliingtoii. will now have: to be sold. Judice theimurrer Little Girl-Professor Greatmind,that
they sustained
county, --- Macon) Thursday
Miller in he's tryinto GASKINS
-- big doctor over the way, says L.
relatives. filed by the trustees of the bondholders ctIi- ,
I I \ the to his dog. Wot's that
ONE MILLION BOXES of 01anges"wanted As there has not been anything in the o! the road: denying Receiver give grip DEALEU 19 -
and Mrs. S. C. Thomas will I issue receiver certifi- for? :
this to
K. Bam of the TELEGRAPH Sparks power Medici'nc9StarkeFIa
by Burton ,, HilNbor- columns off interest. This interestell Little Boy-1 don't quite know, but Drugs &
week for Peru, will not cales to pay
leave nsxt lately, a tew items
uciguuoihood of the for anything.
Jacksonville.If to due that day. and the decision that; dog of his isn't good

ough county, where they expect be amiss i hope. .oui't comp-lled the road to default. Maybe he's tryin to make him cross.- Prescriptions
want to feel good and sleep this winter. of which meet interest Physicians' .
you remain SOur schocl. LiUe! Spring Sp.1\ks asked for $102.000 to Good News. .
day of
well at night, go to Powell and gel consolidated everyone feels so proud. ope.ied Septem-: (Itie. nud $3Q.O..OOO additional. to build a ('Jttrefu/ Compounded at A -

some of his meat. The two barrooms have under the able management of branch from Tifton to Thomasville. Unless t A Delightful Effect.Artist. .
and the new bar is kept in the her 26. the decision is reversed in the higher Those on the north
with Miss IdJones evergreens
Prof. T. B. llarng. build theliomasville !
: All summer goods at reduced& Co Sparkman building, Mr. Johns n&istunt. With the present; faculty theschool onrt. the latter branch petition will not to he! pushed. side of your house have a delightful effect U.D. MINERWatchmaker

rice8. 'l'ruby, Sternburg building being vacant. is second to none in the county iisked for privilege t.. i :: ueertificates .

Prof. Haiti has ahcady won for himself Sparks also to the amount of $61111.91. t.ja3' -> Farmer-I should say they had. Them *

Peaches, grapes, berries, vegetables The defeated candidates are taking a reputation which all the older teachers off the floating debt and for hctt T- trees keep off the wind and save about

etc., and oranges in season. their defeat easy. Most of them should be envious of. nents. The judge decided these claims eight dollars' worth of firewood every and
Woodcock our
one popular
tf P. & C. Ex. Jacksonville. .Miss Virdie before master to certain their New York Weekly. .
have gone their former occu- yourg ladies, will open the White .. must go before a decision is rcnleicd. -

The TELEGRAPH, will be sent to pations with.a good heart, much Head success school in October her grand 3. woi We'k.wish her exact.character_ ___ : 54cI J. M. Crandall, of Pilot Kncb, Ind., is I

: any address for 1 a year. Our advice: to defeated:: candidates: Mrs. M. n. Ilatchel. with her charming Electric Bitters. responsible for the statement that Alex- Jeweler:
field for little daughter; Grace of V1a1t hierfurd. This remedy is i becoming so well ander Ritchie, of that place, owns a ?
Go to J. G. Alvarez for the best Hunt a beggarweed your Tex. who has been visiting her father, known allll so popular as to need novuevial lamb with 'one perfect head and neck
horse. He is not to blame, and has letuinut mention. All who have usod and two sets of f
; cigar. }poor Jacob Ilicts, this summer ofuaise. and two perfect bodies,
the same scng -
has earned a decided re t. home to the regret oilier. many friemK Electric Hitters sirs does not exi!<'tmd limbs complete. The bodies join near Stare ,
Men's straw hate, various styles Mrs. C. A. Liddon, of Ocala, is on a A purer medicine do nIl that iselaiml' o the shoulders.In I

and shapes, nice and cheap at Twenty copies of the 'fELEGCAPLI visit to her father and mother, \Ir. anti : it is. Electric.jruarnleed Hitters to will cure all I

i J. G. Alvarez.No of September 30th are wanted at Mrs.: Hiers.Ilcv diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will 1782 a cow was tried for murder at 1.

trouble to get your moneywhen .I tins otiice. It will be a great favorif this summer John Clark.for some who time has is been able very to re'gume ill remove afTVctions Pimples\ caused, Boils by Salt impure Rheum blood and CD Poitonf, France, and five ,years later.a Largest Assortment"
other in the
in. child
deal with the P. &; C. Exchange our subscribers will send them his duties. GUESS; WHO. Will drive Malaria l from the system andprevent CO pig, which had killed a
: you thrown into Clocks and
it ss: well as cure ail Malarial streets of M was Watches
d Mr. R. M. Alvarez has purchasedan fir BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation. pvers. For cmo of Headache. Constipa- prison, tried and finally strangled in the

If want a pretty Four-in-hand st in Mr. J. W. Andrcws' Proclamation. ion and Indigestion tiy :Electric Hitters market place. i "
you an Columbus Day b.itiafji,'[ on guarnteod, or inonexrefunded. Jewelry, b
tic scarf cheap IoJ. Ih'crsta.b1e.. These gentlemen expect 4'I.ORID.EXECUTi"EDEP.xtTY ) Entire : bottle at
or go STATE OP A. \ Price 5)e. and 91 per \ the old Aryan root, .
G. Alvarez. 'to fit up :t first-class: livery sta T, f Starkc DrugCo's drug store. 5 Fathom is from distance .
denotes the
fat, to .
S- LADIES, ask for ble. Whereas. in pursuance of au act of Con- Bucklen's Arnica Salve. from tip to tip when the arms of an Special attention given to the repairing -
JOUD'S. gtess. the president of the United States. world for cuts,1 sized man are fully extended.The and Watches.
the Clock
.UNB Our full report of the vote of the by his proclamation has designated Octo- The best salve in : fever:\ average of *
salt raeuni '
L1 JTTflG&l jounty will be fully appreciated byur ber 21st, 1892 the four hundredth of America anniversary by- sores bruises, tetter, sores., chapped bands chilblains,, VIo children of Chinese parents born Good work dune at reasonable rales.

our W15AUat ) readers this week. The reports of the discovery public holiday and corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively Itis I tare are natural born citizeflB,eligible to -
Truby, Steniburi' & Co will do to tile" away Columbus as a cures piles, or no pay required. SALE. 4
correct and wbereas. it is eminently proper that the guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction j any office in the gift of the people.A FOR

---- fov reference. quadro-ccnlenuial of that great event refunded. Price 25 cents per

Fine horses and carriages it J W I which has IMMMI so potent in the promotion or For sale by Starke Drug Co. CD NEW ElLA IN ENGLISH The following described! property" located

Atvariz&Co.; Didn't we have a fine display of and extension of civilization and CDLOOK ROLLER COTTON GINS.The .- within the corpoiate limit of Motown

this week. These birds have Christianity should be marked by fitting We have just received a large Bros. of Slurke. is offered for: sale:, '
poultry P. fur Plat
therefore, 1. Francis undersigned agent
celebrations now
been fattening on democratic corn Fleming, governor; of the state of Florida, consignment of fresh & Co.. will sell a Single Roller GIN,with Two Acres* of Laud

since the last election, and are in I do hereby appoint and set apart Friday, garden seeds. .' my Patent Crauklegs. Belts! an wrenches, i well fenced upou which is a goo
4JSl. prime crowing condition now. the twenty-fir day of October, 1892. as a Trnby, Sternburg & Co. all complete delivered alS.iv.imuiIi.G.i.. painted and pTartcred two-story dwelling; .,

ii iit public holiday and I enjoin upon the stock of at $130; and Walrus Lcathcr.cui in strips well of water brirkcd fn m.
Fine mill for sale. Apply people of our state and especially the ..1V Hodges has a large e+ at !80: cents per pound.M. an antioutluildings..
property with bound to sell. 1'OLLITZEU. good Rtible
New River schools the celebration of the day clothing that he i? ----0 the clay;

to John II. .Johns btarke., Terms, such appropriate and instructive cere- Call and see it. au:62m- ; .t The following!i is a list of the TrwA groW

or to J. L. Frazee, at monies as will impress upon our youth TS log upon the p'a Ce:. -
to suit purchaser. Good reasons the crand results! which have followed the OLD RIP TOBACCO. I 00 Plum Trees, 13 varict t.1i.211 year
as and all Potent
for wishing to sell. discovery ofmericapartictllarly .......L.... 'Caveats and Tr.-vlP-'IarJcxohtnined
given :. MODERATE;FEKS.OUR 5.2 varietMrftApples
for LliestnutH
illustrated by the history of our countryand ll'-:'ll chew this brand, who never 18 ;business oondu a U S,,PA TEXT hearing;

Nine hundred and sixty-six' votes I I the blessings American liberty.For tried before, '';'' 0S \.Office and OFF1CK wo can IS OPPOSITE secure patent la lew time Clrtes (3 Bt.iml.trd!: ):;on I'enrjiKits;

cast.Th ; this election.. The balanceof which let us render Ruler of due the praise Universe and And having bought ic i on e, comes .. and at. hsa4 cost than those remote from'WashiugtOn. Orange: Trees. varieties;77 Pear,
the voters failed to pay their_ po.i:I thanks In testimony to the whereof I do hereunto l set back for more. Send model ilra.'ins if or- tcntabl photo,fOrnot.frp with description. of- 4 varieties: Apricot; 7;.. Persimmon n
We advise p> )
are'ir to be annexed the Sold Truby Sternburg & Co. till iMiU-ntU secured." 77. choicest varieties; Peach 80. large
tax. If pay at once 'you my hand and cause by charge: Our fee not "
you at Tallahassee, th<>. Little Book, "How to Obtain Patents with varieties Quince 2: ChincMi. 4
: TIEXCOPY US. in the November clec great seal of the state --P A or selected ;
time to vote of due anything on your of actual clients in your state
this the t went j-fourth day Sep If are names in bering must
bin copied nnd we regard capital, you ieut fre ". Address. All the above trees arc :
We an: tion. ember, A. D. 1892. and of the, Indepeud subscription to the TELEGRAPH we town _. C_ A. SXOW & ('4'). .
of f.ict we: C. in their second ytar.This
n matter hundred WASHiycTos.P. of them
as a compliments United Slates .the one raf.tontO'fl'
of. the fodder potatoes :
ence will take oats, corn, .". 2p-
e rather like it than otherwise. It makes itF Mr.\ J,. M. Henderson and Miss and seventeenth year. or anything else Notice.Six place_must IK ,secnl l>c pprccin -'
chickens '
absolutely sure that we arc on the'right Kate Wynn were married or FRAKCIS P. FLEMIXO. to turn, eggs off, and allow full -- months after date I will present my ac-1 el1. For further information: applyloDR

wusn't doubt of it evening at the bride's:; By the Governor. Attest: you want ." the linn Wm. F. Mal I I .
track, though thvr- tiny Wednesday CIUWFORD. market; price. tf J,.- cotintsandTDUChertO in and for the eonnty ol A. L. ,SCOTT*,
MissVyzm is a JOIIH. nliurn.) c*unt> judge
Iwfore. And.\ liy the way, here is some- homein this city. of Stale. Bradford and state ofFbwUa. as administrator Kla.I. ..
F :)Secretary 'St .rke'.I
Mr. lien : have the beatrssortmcnt of John W.Bu!"hne1,deceaaed. for ;
thing for the copvUu to occupy their charming young lady, Try our cigars, we of the estate k for final discharge -
+ .
and a
minds with: Let them try to* sell such derson. is Starktlwpular 'pliotographcr. } McElree's Wine' of Cardul in the city.Truby OUT I Ifr01DSAidadminlstratJoD.anal settleme :XW."Br'. Of. O. 'O.,crery'.fBteetiatr ;>-Tue. ,drnl !at-oj- of.

shoes as we are offeiing- $i,50. Then .* and,THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT are Sternburg &; Co. Hay21.19J.-!! -- 4dmLntsirator. ht lu their bar'!... Tnaulent \ *:4

k I* a big difference. btUvcvn lYjhi" Jill }i I have: turned :over all .my book 'for' sale by",the following merchants ia A full line of James Means celebrated FOR H. J. JONES'BIG&tRTItuT Bradford ledge- No 42- ; F.. AM.:' __"r."ol'llal.-f'; JCOLOW.. o.>' _:
r : _
iocceedhig. Tlw-y may try to flybut it| \ before the thin! ( ;" .,
; night yLIjITIITZibUINatBt'I
-*,- and accounts to S. M. Alvarez ant} Bradford couoty.STARKE shoes .for men and boys at : t JleetTUnrsday 10 each mouth. ,._ --K--... ,J.JI1EtJS-. ,Sec. '-,. t'
done try ln match that .Sunday: '-
jQJbe>> ; uay he respectfully:asks'immediate. settlements : : DRUG Co., Starke.. Truby, Sternburg & Co.McEL1EE'S .. .-Wx.-)'. )IALPKVBSW.31 ; great yalae. :t 4Y
Ilb cuctlv: the s ime cftect-itTBTJKY ClI.u.tb ,. ] ofl&mE. L. B. POWELL. I G. w. YOUNG.LakeButler.RAm ton. NEXT WEEK!!'. J/E.,WADSMOHT. Sec.f ., f
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FLORIDA'S MS BUDGET faiti. We mat die 'following extract iELioE:: AND GARDEN: I "found it on'orange roots' myaelf. IN MIDDLE LIFE. Two va.of .Absenlmindednes S.p

srom the circular: I believe in growing in our -

., The itfite board of health of Florida orange groves- lOllngcrops, beggar Aces at Which Soirie of the Great, absentminded
grliss The two most men on
desires to impress the municipal and weeds, or' down Works of the World Were WrttMohmmed
upon Holes fellow who he
InterestiD on AjpMtore! record are the thought
Confitt a Variety of Interest and county authorities: and all others to whomis anjHoittnltorc and let lie, or to die and fall down to began the koran at 35. had left his watch at home and then took

confided the welfare of the people the plow under"bat to' turn' under a heavygrowth the Norum Organonat
if he had tim to back
I fOr Florida Readers Ior Bonwrote it out to see go
; Eatertav Topics great and urgent: necessity for strict attention of 10 crop while green I thinkin .--..' r and get and tho man who put ori his 0LISh
to matters of cleanliness and sanitary its decay generates a gas that is injurious Goldsmith finished "The Deserted ViU office it a card saying, "Oat; will be

)4 -- police in the'cities and towns under Supplemented with Other Topics In to the roots of tnj trees especially lage" at 43.Tennyson. back soon.',* and on hi* return sat downon w DO'1th N ste.i J and paints wlcl s
and in Florida their The rules and regulationsof it trees the Ire",ant bun '
Railway steamship men cbarge. are rnr "
"lu Close Relation Thereto. i 1 i a 41 when the stair step to wait {or hinvself. to StOve}5oIIsb b !
and will be much the board of health as T Rlns IrlWnt
-. throughout the south state prescribe came from the press. London TitBits.. | 1t! the ccmuiner C
; -. gratified at the announcement that Mr. I follows: HOW CAN WE BUT SE OU OUASGESt Mill' Lcgic"' appeared at 37, hU or J1 package; wltnererypurcba'ia.The -

William P. Clyde,has secured control cf I ,That the. ity council board of alder- of Political Econonry" at 42.
THE VEGETABLE OUTLOOK. My answer to the question : First- "Principles Fur Rmllr.a the affairs of tbe Richmond Terminal men or other authorities, i )
municipal hypophosphites
American Bop sales of auction. Spenser published the "Faerie Queene"ata8. "Strange tbat four one a belt line x
The oranges rir
'all all
company. charged by law with such duties Cultivator says: The and two Inel-oil miles fomChcg
Wt and lime and soda combined wi
in this crop is ,abort en oranges are scarce buyers should hav been
incorporated cities and towns potato compared with last written overoket. sid
is have
about plet ty, the auction may' do Persil thought to h A Co..
system very
oil in
: 4 Pojtnffice Inspector Fred D. Peer arrested s'ate or, in cRlesof unincorporated towns year 50,000,000 bushels, and, a well but when we have a of satires at 45. townot Griffith. Four fatorie Jost:?d,;ho cod-liver Scott's Emulsion .
T. B. Farrel the mail contractor the county boards of health where where such follow.general increase Sweet in prices will evidently oranges their sale at auctions must crop inev- Goethe wrote "Wilheim Meist r" at and storrs sprung up ftt pace. Caicug? News. improve the appeti

on the route from Tallahassee to Cara- exist or the Bounty commiuloners, potatoes, however, will 46 and "Faust" at 50. A Pitt-burg lady makes more money teaching -

bclle, a few days ago for robbing the I no county bosrd of health exist shall partly cffs.-t good this, for thia crop has, beena itably Second depress-So prices.concentrate shipments that The first volume of the Waverly series teaching whist than any preacher In town' make promote digestion, and i
mall. ea route. It is claimed by the provide for house-to-house inspections of I high and one. When Irish )potatoesare the shipers not compete with each appeared when Scott was 43. r igon.'h crease the weight.

poital authorities that this solves the all such cities and towns at least once a sweet potatoes cheap, a other and wi themselves. A According to tradition Buddha beganhis \'h D Nature
of the wholesale disappearance month,.between tie first day of May and great many use more of the latter in pref- fe'l re- revelations at 35. They are thought by sof
mystery erence to the fencer. sporsible business houses can handle a Needs uita'ce it mar b best to ren der It
of valuable ,registered letters and packages the first day of November of each year; Ibis wi.l. help to large "to better Maria Edgewoith wrote her story to be food ; but this is
efficiently it js keep prices within a limited range. orange crop advantage "Castle Rackrent" at iromptly, but, one should remembef, to use
on the route during the several and that it ba done '
past my Onions are than a great many; for the simple reason 3. proved. They are tonr.:
years. Farrel was committed to jail in also by the state board yielding rather weakly, and that the few Isaac 'Newton last of the even the most perfect remedies only when
the will be can more effectually regulate this is admitted all.
Pcnsacola by United States Commissioner i hat blanks for this purpose es prescribed short at the beat. The : "Natural when he was 46. by
the When the of fruit Phlosophy"
prices for onions price. price needed. The best and mod J
clmple an gentle
Tunison in default! of a $6,000 bond. by this board, shall be used, setting they will be ate already good, and ia forced dowu by a multitude of houses wa 29 when he printed Cod-liver pil is
t forth the number of inmates of the maintained in all probabili "The Last Days of Pompeii." remedy f the Syrup of Figs manufactured by
with other
each for
competing food but
house of etch sex and colc-r, whether ty right through the season. The crop in cutmel Oliver Holmes wrote the the Californ ia Fig Syrup Co. ,. rlo.a; tonic.:
A from of the of the fruit
story comes Daytona a man the East quantity not '
a ckcess exists in the bouse at the affected by heat, "Autocrat Br'eafast Table" at 48. In Scott's Emulsion tlie'.t
who caught a bass weighing twenty any drought and flood. thereby increastd to any appreciable extent Many a young man who works hart during: _
date of inspection cr has (xisted since Cicero is thought to have written the allows his hands to to wafct during
pounds and they seem to consider that All the price is reduced little any day go cod-liver oil and hypophosphites
such vegetables have been a i -
last inspected, and the nature of unfavorably "De Officiis" after he had passed 40. the evening.
this was rather the fish ot the season. affected by the to,the consumer, and the retailer reaps
weather, and winter Ariosto the "Orlando Furioso" combined
the general are so
sickness in either case ond began as..t
They should remember however, that the benefit of the reduction. As an interested MAIA cured acd eradicated from the
sanitary condition of the interior of the squash and cauliflower arc all quite light at 32 and finished it ten years later. system Urown's Iron Bitters, which en- the full of
one day. from the surf Jlr. Alfred I have watched the fruit advantage both4
in get
house and premises, pecial note being supply. Celery is doing poorly, ow- party, Tacitus finished the first part of his riche the blood, tones the neres ai.J dlg\
Glidewell of Grand Island pulled in d ing to the market closely for some twenty yea'ri like a charm on persons Let send
rust and Ac book
made of the condition of the water closets there is no danger of history at 50. tOD ,giving new energy and stNugth. us you a
bass that and in increase decrease o
weighed twenty-six pound, opinion, an or I 1
an my
vaults' over-production in this The is said to have finished his "An-
cesspool? sinks or private crop. Livy free. ,
which is, we believe, the largest and finest cities beet crop is also below the of five cents on a dozen, or of nals" at 50.Lamartine's. Some men c"a convert the ".br"'ln their CAREFUL LIVING ;
food fish that has been caught at the and the mayors of all incorporated Fla. Farmer and Fruit average. fifty cents on a box of oranges, wi not systems to gold in tfceir pockets. ,;
of county Grower. appeared when the
ond tons and presidents poems :
Daytona beach this season. Does any have a particle of effect upon: quantity BOVTNS,Chcraii: : SO
boards of health in those towns not Incorporated -- poet was 39.Thackeray. Sample PackageMalleti Fte. s .
one know of that will beat that? If the
one -
boards of orange growers when Pair" Address Small Bile Beans, New Yoifk. :
of consume. was 36 "Vanity
or presidents BENEFITS OF UULCUI I
Euttit Lola l gion. then \lld: for their fruit" what I

county commissioners whern. no county A writer in Vick's Magzino describes the consumers are willing to pay, appeared. A buried city has been discoverednear ...S .# .-
boards of health exist, ore especially tho ship 'Dante finished the"Divina Commeda"at Ironton Ohio. .
advantages has found in mulching. meats must be so concentrated that '. ThADEfr
Duval county is doing the right thing; charged with the enforcement of this After many years he finds the advantage be maintained. about 51. ..
prices can Constipation Bile_ileani. ..
her board SamuelJohnson "London"when bSltl
of health will permit no vessels mle. thin he published cur
greater formerly supposed possi Third-The of fruit
quantity going
to enter without rigid inspec for refuse ofany he was 29. A shower of flies fell* at Mount Joy
port That no dumping ground bIer! It adds the ERADICATES
to humidity of the soil, forward each w eek must bo regulated,
tion. Her and must maintained at Solomon is said to have collected the Penn. b1b
crew hall be .
passengers description keeps down wee-., and in some seasons and the growers know what they are recently : SON AND BLOODTA1NT.CBVERAL .
: have c'.esn biilsof health and no contact or near city, town or settlement in makes all Proverbs at 50.
any the difference between a good And this be done if the
doing. can Cure for Col *, Fevers and General Debility
with infected made the duly The Bucolics of Virgil were written -e-
city or and it is
any this state hereby '
; yield and Small Bile Bean :
a nearly total failure. Frequent will do it: Let ui make 2Tx\ per bottle.
orange growers
disease for thirty days previous to inspec- of every mayor of a city or presidentof and culture the between 43 and 47. bottleS cf Swift's Specific 0.S.S.) '
thorough Fruit other
keeping the
Exchirgc, or some as- The itches made woith **
finished the yearly arc
tion. The vessel must also have no sec John Bunyan entirely cleansed my system of contagious 1
f i- ond-hand household board. the board of county commissioners to surface mellow and porous, has the same sociition, our and let all who do at 50. "Pigim'sProgress" 8185,000,000. blood poison of the very worst type.
fe goods on promptly abate such a nuisance by fireif effect, and answers as well as where the not ship to agent by the middle cf ..Lt -- Wst5.Looms,Shreveport,La.
when "AdamBede" -
Eliot 39 -
The the was
to George --
regulations apply Clyde chips --
now exist: ) in citits. towns or soil is already rich enough. ,t -
( any each week how many boxes of
as well as all others. This is the way to oranges wasimrintf&. - -
settlements under their jurisdiction; and This writer says that for several years they propose to ship. The Exph-na. .
out.all infectious diseases.
Florida keep Sentinel. to prevent the accumulation of refuse past he has applied surface mulching after then has thewhol "

and garbage in such Quantities as will the first hoeinl of sweet corn,. pole j 1' .
I threaten the health and lives of tho citizens beans and and other egetab1s- ,I b.' "tal I.ort.aee.D
I Muzzle Them far '. .. distinct know that the state of the blood run
P-- wrote
'Him Under the above very appropriate. No thereof.decayed or tainted meat. flab, fruit I word- ')-success.. .- Iluation i'a--ihc; I 1-rRest" at er 34. the "Saint's Everlasting I your your health reins? This is the i is a cause most of important your sickncfinor mat .r IN WORST CROFULA FORMS.EVEN

heading the Times-Union says editorially or vegetables will to permitted .. III the quantity I ('a.I",. TMi1 1ialior3 "CJo.4fli'. flpianrtiq. .. ter although overlooked by people who showa __
*a* A.VV M w*
? 't'' '' great deal of good sense otherwise. Your --
: Florida
Very for tho state _
fortunately landed k' wun be shipped is too guest, the cat' _
brought into or growers 38, and the "French Reolution" at 42. blood has to be kept pure,or yonrwholosystemgradually
health officer happeced to be in Jacksonville fend for sate atanv _" ..). that by the be advised that shipment should be reduced Miss Sedgwick wrote her first novel, becomes a wck I costs very little T $AO scaOF\L4 In 18.and clsnnsed m?
c and within call when the erroneous be does not to check disease the state of the A by taking sevenbOttle3OfS.S.S.
easy cities or 'on Ing" mean hilling a certain per cent, If the quanti. "The New England Tale," at the age of blood the matter is corrct in time but It lhavenothadanysymp
4 report sent out from Wilming- I 1It_ 'I U I for ho j ratices only level culture for all ty crcioff forward is all right, but not IS. cot i great deal,and iauflen up ; 4f toms since. C.W.WILCOX.

tor 1 ,. Del., nbouf tho cause of Mahonev'. &.. -rOt. inlet--.- -- -nf.. garden crops. properly distributed, that information Robert Burton published the "Ana up after disa has gained Impsiblct. Spartanburg.S.C. _

-;t'u Hccdaj at new Smvrna reachrc f' of the ports, harbors:; ,: The shme writer in another article C'in' ho given, or the Exchange can make tomy of Melancholy" at 45. It was writ- I you Swellings are 8kt1 with Disease Syphilis, Rheumatism Itch, HUmor -, -SHASCURED

right. Dr-. tafl 18 in the state of Florida says that to prepare a strawberry bed the the dhtrbution right by its own ship ten to relieve the strain of a mind bordering Pmples ScrfULa Malaria, Catarrh Fevers, I HUNDREDS

prom t rl r.ajtS --.4 eeaion of the ye-ir; and any attempt land must be made vjiy rich, and that it on insanity. tions,or any other disorders diseases,:Old 80rs Erp CASES OF SKIN CANCER.

to do so will subject such meat, can't be spolledby| mtkiog it too rich-lie- Fourth-For the purpose securing Swift wrote the "Tale 01 a Tub" at 37. pure blood,write at once to Dr. S.C. Parsons
city fish, /mit or vegetables to destiuction, has never teen this done. Select ground reasonable transportation rates make the Senaca wrote "De Beneficiia" after Savannah, Ga. ills limed Purifier i* a wonderful Treatise on Blood and Skin DJs mulled .5.
__ A orter made a rmedy.and only casts one dollar pur free. SWIFT SPECIFIC Co .GaLITTLE _
and the which has clean
been for
"of the which was master of any vessel, company, kept years, to Fruit Exchange our shipping agent. 50. bottle. stamp for pamphlet containing
'promptly broadcast the' corpora' n or individual violating this escape weedesi and plant in long row Lt every orange grower pledge hi i self Richardson published "Pamela" at 51. a lot of private and valuable information. l>r.
as sent over rule to prosecution in thu courts of this so as to fit it for horse cultivation the Pareons Female Regulating Pills are very eJ-
country through the medium of the Associated -, ship his fruit by such routes as tne Racine wrote the "Andromache" at cacious. Write to hlmwlthQut delay."Lirz 1
Prws. The denial followed the state therefor. rows being throe and a half feet apart.- Ezchage shall provide, tbt n the Exchange 28. i PF' _

4 false within minutes. A.:. No cargo consisting of green salted Times Union wi be in such a position that it Paley wrote the "Horse Paul ," at is a battle field"on whcwe i fight for
repoit forty fame. To
hides boor bone dust or fertilizers 1
start of twenty-four hours might have guano can advantageous rates with the 47. iJeecham's Puls.a cents a box. __
of any kind that have become damaged CASTOR BEAN CtJLTUBB. railroads and steamship line?. Let be Coleridge published "Christabel" at 4.
resulted in much mischief. As it It no i
E. WALTHALL & CO.. HorssCave.
by water so as to be c.ffensive and Mr. W. L. Moore from Texas known thatone has l. Drllst
writing organization '
; harm has been done. Under state law in rower Ky.s-ay: "Hal. cur'a 4
: Florida the originator or the disseminator I detrimental to the public hialth, shall be for the American Agriculturist, says that I to determine over what routes 4,000,000 44.Pliny finished tho "German War" at ev.ryo.rethattakesit." Sold by r ruggiit>.Tic. ILIVER

: of f lee permitted to be discharged c r landed on at tho present time the culture of the I boxes if orane sbal be shipped, aud
a contagiousor
A report regarding I 31.Poe
infectious disease can be punished I arty wharf or dock of any city or town in castor bean is attracting considerab! : they can regulate price per box bet- wrote "The Raven" in his 36th Our Baby Ls" ;

l fine the state, cr in any settled part thereof.At attention in Texts. It has often been u ter 1 than all the railroad commissioners : PILLS .
severely i r imprisonment, or by -
f y w
: both. There ought 10 be a law to reach this time, when cholera threatens matter of wonder to us why Floridiansdid in the wrrld. So I hope the orange year.Confucius began his religious works at, alrplump

inch individuala as the one in Wilmington general invason into the Unit d State, not give this plant a trial, as it has grower wi organize and concentrate 30. and 1ethy. Bat when DO JOT GRIPE HOB lie

[ who started A false report about a the health authorities may find them proven profitable in almost every othei their and shipment in such a Owen Meredith published "Lucile" at Humor two y oars old ScrofUla her Sure ttt& lIC BE

state a thousand miles away. Such mischief selves called upon I.t any moment to care section of the country where it has been manner as to protect .-E. B. 29. head,'neck spre and forehead'down patios,torpid glands.Th"1t

make can do more harm and for a case of cholera, notwithstanding: tried. Mr. Moore says the drough does GEORGE. '(Washington D. C.) in Farmer The first volume of Indian tales from -- into her ne vital sine .e ea Bad,

cause a greater loss than en actual epidemic the exercise of the greatest vigilance by not appear to aff- ct it in the least, and n Fruit Grto, the pen of Cooper appeared when the Emma Frederick 8oreltchlng era and 0 Des.ndblade.a Conquer die. ____
detention and inspection of land travel, that the soil best swted to the pant: is author was 30. : DeIOa.. __
of cholera other disease. order
or Theyare burning. Sarsaparilla gave her sew 0 0 _____
public tuisances and ought to be fo many are the avenues of. entrance into a light, rich. sandy loam, although any The Sycamore.The Jewish writer say that Isaiah wrote life and appetite.Ho.Then the humor nut VAI Acne,,.-J ::

suppie acd. the stute by land. dry soil will produce goof crops. The the on the fall of the king of the itching and burning abe And blood.Beautify complexion by p _

S The value of action before disease p- seeds should be planted ia rows three to sycamore for economic planting Babylon at 52. the sores entirely healed up. cea.perfectly Th*dot*Jay I"J1.dJa.t. VJ .uu t Olt u on*sill sea "

: The Weather and Crops.Bulletin pears is beyond all comparison greater six feet apart acd in Lills three feet to ranks very high, the demand for first- Gray published h"Elegy" at 34. It wel." I.W.FKEDEIUCK, Danforth St., pocket MT la. E"! y,1! Rolu.s.) Qnrrttd laAn's la(.

No. 29 of the weather bureau. ban that taken in the presence of an ep six, three or four seeds in hill, as cut- class timber being constant and well sus- is said ,to have occupied h tie for near Crescent Ave.,Cypress Hills, Brooklyn.! coBTcaicnra.. AU polL good fugir. of United States of idemic. Pjiblic safety will be best secured worms are sometimes damaging to the seven CWD.
the department agriculture I. tained. The sycamore is a most accommodating year.1acaulIY B nd gctffipaga book wHtuajO*. ;'
;' piepaieci by operation with by such preparation as is known to plants, When the plants are six inches tree, growing freely on high was 47 when he began the Hood's Pills cue all Liver Ills, blllaov Off: HATER BEOIC1KE CO..St. lotI,. _

the Flotilla weather set vice, based upon be the most efl.'ciive before the approachof iiigb, thin out to one plant. It should ground and on widely eliifcrent classesof briiant fragment known n the "His ne!.us sick headache.ladlgestiaa BEAUTIFY .
of the foe. Fortifications cannot be be cultivated like corn. When it is tory England." YOU :C
reports thirty regular crop correspondents up soil, while it reproduces itself under ___
represent kg,twenty.three counties erected while under the fire of the epemy. enough, so that the rows are plainly certain circumstances freely enough.As The "Marco Bozzaris," the poem by CURES LSINjQ -W- '

.p of the state as follows: The sanitary burners which defend from seeo-, it should be cultivated with a small a hedgerow and field tree the syca- which Ilalleck is best' known, appearedwhen JAPANESECOLDL

Rainfall-The rainfall was above the fatal disease are much the same, whether plow, but not very deep. Good, clean more is of great value, it not casting too he was 37. for the week, the greatest t.I. it be Asiatic cholera or any other Infectious cultivation is needed throughout the dense n shadow nor impoverishing the Buckle brought outtho first volume of .

amounts being reported from eastern and I malady. The watchword of pro- season. The seeds begin to ripen in; ground in its immediate vicinity to too the "History of Civilization" at 86. BREAST /. :_ s.1AR'tLi _

the least from western Fiorida. Th tection is c1can1 De s.. If we make ourselves Texas the first of July. The castor oil great an extent, while when grown on Quincey published "The Confessions t ,

: heavy rAts were injuri UJ to harvesting clean, the cholera may come, but bean will no doubt prove to be a vain,- exposed hill sides it affords great of An English Opium Eater," T ____ready x.1xd; i a.,

interests, young plants) and fruit gene/ it will fail to find an abiding place.' ble crop for the Texas farmer. The yieldis amount of shelter to farm stock. 1 A free, at 36. "MOTHER'S DIJfl", :rnre- : .; can wonderful apply tbem sifesse-; ____ _

,; ally, and they ntarded farm labor aom-- Abate all nuisances prejudicial to the from thirty to sixty bushels per .acre, sandy loam of rich quality would seem The "History of Ferdinand and Isabella offered child-bearing I IiU.I1LI woman. I have ; c; (leconUogcbaiitjlboikcU..frnmpi, "

what; but thy 9 ere beneficial in filling pullic; hea th and mike frequent inspec- which will pay better than cotton, as to be the soil that suits the sycamore of Spain" came out when Pres- mid-wife for many years, and i each pots, batbtuwlckerware : _ _

well?, p ads and lakes; to trees and pasture tiou of water supply, market and fruit soon as the oil mills. now being erected, best, but it will also grow with great cot was 41, h"Conquest of Mexico" accomplished where"Mother'aFrknd"wonders and bad relieved*'muchsuffering. it has 'I'. s thing and ;Is y

lands, and for stock and gamp. The stalls. See that a plentiful supply of are in operation.-Fla. Agriculturitt. freedom even where little but sniid or 'It is the best remedy .or rWnp of _. 25c.each. -' .
and disinfectants wrote to relieve the of the breast known,and worth the awt gg. TW eoldPaM tilmoitbrillluittatkfi _
showers germicides is kept Cooper price for that
heavy were especially fnjurious gravel is present in the soil, ;and fur this miler alone. MM. M.:M.BKCSTEB,
to bayirg in Polk, Al.chua aud constantly on hand to be freely distributed. THAT PEAR SCALE. reason it is valuable for seaside planting.As ever-impending insanity, and wa 53 Montgomery,Ala.- ket; the XawMtdoces
Liberty counties to cotton Do not wait to be applied to for when the "Task" came from the a wuhitKcelatn puI''_ _
picking A few weeks ago we received from a an ornamental tree the sycamore is press. I can tell all expectant mothers If they will I?JAflM flnlao tt.yeui
in and Jefferson counties these disinfectants, but take them to the Wilkie first novel, few storkeper does. _
Liberty ; to subscriber a sample of a pear branch effected justly pried, its massive outline and Colns' .toDnaJ" use a bottles of Moter' Friend they will
oranges in Orange Volusia and people, particularly the poor and ignorant with an insect destroying it. Th' being peculiarly elistinct. came out was 36. Buffering.go through the ord"rtbt. any pain and and handle w aan..cIoesNs wlflchargrr

Luke counties; to young plants in Let- classes, and instruct them as to insect had attached itself to a branch -[New York World. Pollock was 29 when the"Course ofTime" Argusvfte BicAHAf, N.D. prepaid, : _

county; 'otwctt potatoes IJ i Franklin, their UFO. Fee th..l all low, wet places and the leaves had turued'dark i>nd was issued from the press. Used Mother's Friend before birth cf my 5. Qw Japaoene 1 Can White Ocld V.Patet. i._ _
Orange, Alatlui, and Washington counties :- in streets and premises are filled in with withered nod the small had wilted Jules Verne was 35 before he turned eighth child. Wi never cease its praise. RsldMd J of either. Tbais
twig A new brooch is an owl with out- his attention J. F.MOOBB,Coluga, CaL are notrn n M l
; to cow Lceand Alachua; U clean, dry eirth and that all stable*, atys and died. The insect was a to to scientific fiction in "Five lu. press cau-EW tes k __
turnips and cibbago in Franklin; t( .and sinks are kept clean and daily disinfected us. The branch had the o', I tcewng diamontb.ATLANTA Weeks in a Balloon." Sent by express,charges prepaid, on receipt send leMOtaalmi '
; lime wash the walls and ceilingsof appearance Rousseau wrote the "Emile" .at 50, of price,lUG per btBRADFIELD Lt'L_ oerstendozfj
guava in Orange; to corn ia ,Jefferson; cellar, stables, privits nnd other de- being affected with the blight, but this MARKETS. after sending five of his own children to Cut 1* size or Btix. si Lake $.,C'1lCHOLER

to strawberry plantirg in Bradford, oendercies. The Fame advice applies was evidently not the case, as it was of the foundling asylum.Mrs. REGULTOR CO.,
where a vigorrus growth of weeds and the variety that is not troubled with CORRECTED WEEKLY. Sld OA. '
with equal potency to privies and the Somerville was 51 when her a dRt .T. A .
have in the fields
the disease
grass sprung up prcpired and further: tho insect was "Mechanism of the
for plsntiog; there is some complaint bucket rysttm of excreta. AdvM.aiainst evidently the caue"of the trouble. In ( roeerI. the Heaven" appearedfrom '
of plitting. So much the use of water for drinking the (iuffee-Boaated-Arbnckbo'. 21.10 100 lb. Cambridge press.
oranges last Insect Lire the
from shallow wells. Avoid excesses iu monthly pulica jases.Lion 21.lOc Lcvering's 21.J 1 At the age of 41 Milton issued the _
; wet weathi r prevented outdoor work h. tion of the ; O -
form and be Entomological Divisi n 0'the tra choice SOc choice "Paradise Lost which hid been in _
Hernando and proved t. every particularly ; gcxxtlOc!: J8ccm-; .
injurous near) In eating and drinking.The Department of Agriculture, we Cud mon :16>fc. ttagar-Oranulated: >%c\" granu preparation for twenty years. 1ugustFlower" Its
'td everything in Marion and Escambia Origin and
an item that throw lated :
cut lost 6c Histoal
may some light on ; ; _
circular! closes with directions in pwdedtC whit
: count it s. Holmes is the only cuuatv the trouble.In ext 0 ( ans yellow ,.
) Entirely Different -,
: .
which reports the fall insufficient" treating cholera patients atd in the use speaking of an insect ; r exL C 4c Syrup-New
disinfectants. ._ affecting 1 prime While the truth is to be com-
35@49cconruon always
Oren choic ;
Elsewhere the
precipitation was generally =_ branch: of LeCon'c PREVENTIONAND
a tree sent to the .
poor Moleaea-Genuino Cuba 833cmi- mend d, yet frankness is sometimes attended
bcfieCc'al: )
ep"ciully to pots toe i in Cocoa and Its Uses. department for examination, Mr. II 1 tatiou 2@2. Teas-Black ; green with deplorable results. _
Among t
r Lake and PoUt counties, and fruit, par says that the buck louse found on tb, 4O. 6o@70j. S>.V5>3'X\ the prices quoted on a sign in front of a " happy to state to you and |
L ticul.rly ranges in Bradford, Atachua, twig was the scale. Allspice 10@lc Jamaica to
Properly considered in connection so.calell'loridl wax ginger IO@12yc Mace Hudson street coal dealer's are two that suffering humanity, that my wife CU
': Yolusia. Lake, Escambia and llillsbor"ugh with tea the cocoa beau presents many and that this never been receded $10. Rico fair 7/c; good 6c; common; were never intended to go together. Theyare has used your wonderful remedy, An interesting Pamphlet mailed i ___

4 counties; to rice in Osceola mi interesting features. While it can never on the pear. It has occasionally @ imported Japan Gfi7c : "Per bushel basket, eighteen cents." August Flower, for sick headache dress on receipt of Stamu Lee; to peanuts, tomatoes and grass it .1 be considered been found the but it has Salt $1 5O; 72> c. I ,
as a possible product in upon orange, d Virgia Per bushel, tw nty.five cents.. New and '
Cheese Fall palpitation of the heart Dr. L H. HARRIS Pfc
Lake tot vegetables in Escambia whe flats with Pittsburgh : i
; the United States, it i is, nevertheless a been, up to the present time, only a Uhe ; York Evening 8un.
12c White fish .$ 00 flOe satisfactory results.
ponds and lakes are filling Tin ; h\f ; pails For several :
up. matter of interest for our farmers. Weare temporary visitor upon cultivated plants. Soaps-Tallow, 100 75 lbs $300437 years NATIONAL INSTITUiIATLANTA
precipitation ranged from 1.05 inches at not only interested in what we grow Its native n ild food seems to be the turpentine, 6 bars, 60 Ibs .$2 a-2 50:;; Had a Pull, Probably. she has been a great suferer ha SURGICAL '
Lristul, Libert c un'y; to 5.71 inches ourselves, but almost equally so in those gallberry. The remedy suggested is to Candles! -Par 12o; star 1Oe 11.the Editor's Son-"I aske 1 papa when the been under the j GA.- "I" j

; at Titusvillc, Brevard county. agricultural products for which we must spray with a di u'ed kerosene soap emul. 5 400s $4 f 00 3;75. Soda 0J7 ;bulk 200s $202 756 millennium wa comm','aa' if Mars wa physicians in this city and Boston, ,' TreaUThrrnie Di'.._, lOCh av } "

; The temperature was below the tve-r- look to other countries. In part t-eveu lion at the time when the youtg lice SVJc gross;oases, lIb do 1,and 5 8c do VJlb inhabited, an' j it was going to rain nextFourth and found little relief. She was in }Club Fert.and DiiiraM JoirtiFt*of th. ;, ;

,- aze for the state as wes also the aruoun of Bulletin Xu. 13 of the Chemical are batchic If the gallberry grows in 6)c Crackers 511. soda 6c. XXk butter of July; an' he said he didn't duced to try August Flowerwhichgave ;: aJ Iip.bpine.I1". Pi'e-. Kstala.of C* t J",1:"f

of sunshine. Division of the Department of Agri- any abundance near the orchard the de- 6c;XXX pearl oysters 6c; ael and excelsior kn(:w. I don't see how he ever got to bea immedaite relief. tarib.di."ia.FcllL-a. aDd. JlftgeP:

Crops.-Tie condition of crop is, 01 culture we find an interesting chapter on |artramt I.d that it he exterminated 7c;lemon cream 9c;XXX snaps 9o;cm editor.-Street & Smiih'a Good News. We cannot (Ur.ntry Orgaa DwaJil'. t*. ,
the whole fair. \ses hill Candy-Aeorted stick say to much for it. L. C. Scud ilnmtial*! cfrn1. -: .
In runny sections grcm d cocoa and its The if possible! is doubtle s 9 Jc; French Frost or '
preparations. raw a
is being prepared for winter repn.iblefor mixed 12Xc Canned Sure. Springfield Mass. Na"ethia"aJlO'1'j, ,.
mi' ,
whili insects g-ndtDel
crop material from which the cocoas and upon the 00 Making QPtao'a
in other sect ions w oik is lei $0 ; it&tio ; lal- First FROM 5c. to .$50 (: iJ
being red chocolates of commerce are derived is Florida Agricvltwitt.PLOWIKO tl 75aL.W. Lady ( journey)- "I
mo 04150 W.OY8t Remedy for
$ Catarrh
hop ia
r by wet gruir.d. The corn crop is good the cocoa bean, the seed of the cjcoa "12; CI" f2 ; tomatoes tl 60. we've got the right train.I Best."Easiest to Use.and Cheapen.CATARRH the. Uirt-ATE Baach.pTAIIISeH Cal I.. and d he acrirtHin sill mats t"B.lou dwr\.

,' IinLibeity atd Hernando cotntit orants tree. Central and South America furnish PEA VISES UXDKR. Bl uta$3 20. Starch-Pearl 4c; lump Second Lady-"I asked seventeen '

lire repoltM tn be split Log tome end From Mexico to Peru on the West Flnn',N Aaritultvrixt follows: In all' Pcke:18.( Powder-Rifle, kegs $5 4;; kegs this train went to Blankvillc, and theyaU Sold by dr&o sent by ID b..r,.;

: Mliogin Like atd parts of Toluuacountie coast, and from Mexico to southern countries the practice with.the farmers is U ; kes II Shot$1 70 per said yes, so I guess we're all right." Me. E.T. ?.Warrea,F A. S. t;. .,. Fottr._ '92.

*. In Orange county, it h 1- Brazil on the east coast, and on the u oring up worn out land with some 'CAtJ'1.ION.-.Bewnreofdcalf1'a... -- ",
\\l liev.dthst thc :ree growth wiil rompen- West Indian Islands the more favorable soiling crop-ia northern sections Red Grata and .Heal. But! W.a '. That / Daille aDd. shoe.the wilbo.CV..L., VOila-I.

sale fcr :oas in fui Tomatrc.% lean, conditions for its culture are met. The Clover, on lands not to far worn down $4.75 Flour extra-First patent". s 50; anr patent The dnner blo!course. Not a particularly abject lSacla...Co.titatioftJlare price aiaaipe lIXaleD'usn4... W Li DOUIlI' 5" k'

cucumb* r!, potatoes and cane sic reported cocoa tree grows from eighteen to thirty- to produce it, is the best for that pur '$303@$400.; fancy Corn-No.fancy 1 $4 0; family 62o.< I welcome sud to the dyspeptic., But I the tnlDID l'eH'e1lti mODe by aD-law tar .. .

; tn he giowinriccy in Lale, six feet in hight, blooms continually, pose. With the southern states, where No. 2 white 65; mixed 6 whit. Oats stomach be put in working order,and appetite derl..priatee fOR1' .

: whi'e Hernando potatoes, turnijis.ricc, and yields two crops a year. The fruit Red Clover is not naturalized the cow Mixed 4b white 44o; Kansas rust insured with Hostel ter's Stomach Bitters,we S'S HOE ; t'
: cane, hay and perin raons are oxre !lent has a yellowish appearance is from four pea is ca'Ied the '"clover of the Sontb pf !Ic -Chflioe timothy, large be tn1--lg-ang. that announcesa pa umJAIRh; i'
but little tobacco, but cf fine no' to six inches in and'two all No 1 timothy, l large bale 85o; mea The .not only pro 'r1 A .l1le malt sbOoshtulIotrIpsO'ii J',_
quality; length, to three Mid on calcareous soils it is a mot excellent timothy 90c;No small dgton but overcomes malarial and : _. eameas,smooth eibl",more_COl'.eo-
: cotton; cattle in good condition, and ieches in diameter. From twenty-five to soiling crop but I do not find it bales. Ima NB be tlbv. small bales 80c. liver omplanu conpton ; 4 fr EatJ&lscustom.made IaD4 dUrable thI.a IUI Iboes ot.ber Shoe ever aoJo a.the' 10'' 1;.

deer, tiukrjs and) quail are nbundaU am. forty seeds grow in the fleshy pulp of so in our sandy soils of the South. I ileal-Plain 65; M Wet bran- nroe onJ .3.00 tboe made g froM._Ilia so two 5he e. &r-.1.'i"

: ; fat Lee county rtp'rts guavas about this fruit, arranged in longitudinal rows. cannot believe that with the thousands Large sackf 8\j, small Rak Cottonseed The lawyers get of the 923,788 paid w .1Wh11"'esdOUbJeth4 Ie".ecurelr IIe1I'ed at the ot outsjde cheapwelUhoesC edre(nl sb8wDtAJA._ J:? _
done and P.,lk that ia The seeds of meal-$1 10 per cwt feed-31.35 by the of New SO same price,for auct ,1'
haying retarded are egg-shaped about half an acres of cow peas I find grown in Flor, percwt $3. city t the Myra Clark to a Darrow strip eaMIvr1pbang onlyone sole ,""
; by rainy and cloudy weather. E-.c rubii%, inch long and a quarter of an inch ida every year I have ever seen the soil Gr'Pel S Gaines eteBow's wona through ueworthles&ot teethes OA the edge and 110" '
reports heavy eighteen hour icin onthe thick.-[American Farmer. in any way benefited, but I am very C...trr Predace. Iron Bllttl cures Dyp tUMah when Cwo worn ole.otthe throqh ean L.repaired DOUGL\9 as many 3.0tUII rJmeS*1..:' r-I

..12th, .injuring turnip and i>'..hrjoongpianu. certain indeed that such soils injured "Kef* ISo. Butter-Western creamery Strength' ', aD Gr Dcbllitr -. ueO'sei7uthsy. wnin* erripor loosen from thee _
'a for Sew Railroad a the er of footwear deslrine toto
preparations winter Official lastingly by it, for this reason: All of cio. Te8 2dyc other grades creates appetite. The best toaleferNnnSu : mizsabouId COIS1I1er the superior quail ,
gardens continue in DeSoto, and plant- A Washington % LiT Mothers,weak woman and hll-lr n/ .: .- ottbhoeLandnosbeInn
dispatch our sections
of infested ,
sandy with the 1012yo p -
ting tomstoe Thursday a Ib; hen 38 and SO cheap welt ihoes sold at _
t'I bests la Polk,'and lurnipa Franklin cabbage and says: W. H Green general manager, an- Anpuillula'parasite to some extent. large 13a23c; small spring 1<1: Ureised In; l? ?Bonelli deY-e a method of using s e baring only b appearance OV( LAt.4 to comm tIn -_ _
in '
countiea. nrunces that after October 1st. The is ducks ott7 IaD.i: :
J. S. B pea a succulent-rooted plant, ; J' and. Fino calt.} _
Cotton c. s
-. c and pckirg b still in progress in Leon i Thompson will be superintendent of the and is used by the Anguillula to propagate ;, 1.750 .The O.Iy OM EvePrlii.d. .t &$"0 iDo i"olJc9 Calh aDII$2IISISIIEBESr
Liberty counties sweet potatoes _
; corn gathering' In. Richmond and Danville, Y.rginia Mid themselves in, which they do often Strained np .Honey- (YOU mn THB WOn '. .00 WorkWmea

Holme and Liberty and haying in Es- land and Washington ,Ohio divisions, 10 that extent that the second crop of $250 80 0 t a S-iach display advertisement in } 8e.bOolShoest..11 .1.00 and l.:: 1 ct-_.
< ramWa. b
4 with office at Richmond, and that thu peas on the came land U a failure from p t.pp.this week wbte h D C.Oo Hand 8-.1.00 Ie."cd ua;.X, '; ,
.5 5C North Carolina division will he observation each ex o.o eweh '_ ,.tn aUbuollr..1 .:"
under tha cause. My is that once r." apalC week,from ;
). control of Edmund Clear rib aidet Dr.Baxter Tble boose T are ot the- :7, '
aeu z-nalal. Berkely. thl troublesome pest Is in the toil it 8X0:lo careJ bellies -Crwoent" 1 ., ,' :
; "
4i f on everything .
: A dreu'ar htia been issued by the Florida the and the lanid Is ,tbuuQfttd 10Jc Bg hams ISaldc, according publish- ''L" It, send q' a0 /"..;.''"
4 state board of health Foarsi fire*, scald'' 8S:1 grasshoperj arecUtsgnei1lOr f atr. afn; California break- will return U um Iff
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authorities rising.
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chargM with tbeIre..nd protection of I that tke increasing, practice o ,spraying fig and peach't a also hibiscus, oleander 1 reliable i cueawea o S

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