Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
October 14, 1892
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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| The bee business is becoming an important THE SUNSET THRUSH. tad gone out of the day. They openedthe otes followed her, and almosfrent her EOHQ.IMlas -To Dr. Oascoigne? Why?* she aske not have guessed magcia a thousand
howls but she kept on, excitedly.
one in Colorado. door to let in the growing coolness heart by their Thy Height ami Cheering SmiliBY 1 him to-day, and asked yeasl- "
II[ it a dream? The day is done- midnight the sad little pro "Because saw "Jack would not have dared, muttered

o The long, warm, fragrant, summer day<< outside, watching for 'ol' pap's"dust and before reached the cabin. The motherwas J. B. SALtS BUBy. him tQ dine wit u to-morrow." I want Charlie aside,thus showing was a more

Rural New Yorker tells that one Afar beyond the hills the sun meantime, and wondering what news he cession the door you to invitation. atentiv observer than I had stpposed
The she to
still and ran I miss thy bright and choering he would then?*
would bring. He was late; but he bad up smila "He did not say come suggested opening the .
of the many interesting results of crossing In purple splendor sinks away; been late before. They sat on the door- when she heard the sound of the hoofs. I As twiightfUS foUlllght this somber the while room': she iquired with some apparent .anx- some trivial gounda-I forget what-
Rural Grounds is The cows stand waiting by the bars; "Is that 'Lishl" she called out. The Georgie she
tomatoes at the what step and glued their V> the notch in you, gloom. iaty.'I appeared so
.I The firefly lights her floating spark, eyes "Did bring home it a dead. I miSB thy touch 'iiUa locks of gray told him yoU would most likely writ well amused with her companion that she
to be a "peach" tomato! perfect While the butte, which had begun to blur as ye pap I I miss thy voice the songs thou at this I
promises here and there the first large stars ?" snag to evenig. ignored me entirely, I left them them-
of strike I miss the son-my magic day t .
the had to make an oven Jack? '
form, as large as ordinary tomatoes. Look out, impatient for the dark; sun gone sue'Lish slid from her horse and ran to I Lies MLried deep le's ashes 'mong.I "You "come, selves.
other of the world. of course 1 answered,looking
A of children saunter slow some part 0, yes ; They were going to practice together
When still greea the downy ,skin was group "There he comes," 'Lish would say; the door. ; miss ths greenness of life's hp. at her in surprise, and wondering why she ;. long aa Georgia archer
l Toward home, with laugh and sportive Maw Maw!I" was her cry. -well-spring deep of such 8 .
"Maw should a question.She
well developed. but it was only a dust demon trying to The landscape mils, but yet the put that was everything. But the avl of
---- word, trick them. "Maw, they've killed him I They'vekilled Kemains of sadness-liCe's slop crossed over to a table on which the parcel marked -1okl me.
interesting comparisons One pausing, as she hears the low' the old !I" Rbalke. tie soothing draught were writing materials and sat dow be My wife was not French scholar. -
but pap .
Some very And so the night grew on; poor drew from rocky : her
it. I felt by manner,
Clear prelude of an unseen, bird- dee fore puzzled I had never seen her read Frnchnovl.
have lately been officially put forth "SweetsweetswetoflowfUz.soTowfUlsorroTcfulr'- full horn of an early moon shown down, had laid the And Of bade prayer me e*feathered, and not Bft and stood watching her as she dipped a If she procured them in.this way
month after they t weep
and still they watched. It was a t the ink and began to write.
Great Britain's increase naval pen ito and kept them out of sight they must be
showing "Guess I'd better go over an' see ef I old man in the white earth, and the 1ae days of sacred dreams. 8ee1; almost incredible" said I, works of a nature which-

strength during the past: six years. Thefigures ; Ab, hid! that sudden music-gush kain't raise him," said 'Lish. "An efhe's wind was whispering through the sage Twaa written return well us, life's sunset's mystic gold- musingly, "yet nevertheless a fact that I Pshaw! I was out of temper or out ofIita

how, says the Chicago Herald, Makes all the hearkening wood land still- a.goin' to stay out night, he'llneed brush and scattering its gray leaves on bound by Hope in yonder re.Now fold never saw .your writing And Georgie. What possibly bot What did it signify.

the title of "mistressof It is the of the thrush I'll al him an' his I miss thy smile thy cheering is it like, I wonder" so speakingI a long as what shera
that her claim to, vesper a blanke. one, grave. the As twilight veils the somber room went over her bu She was not a ause. round
the seas"! is in no immediate danger: And all the child's quick pulses thrill.. come the news, whatever it s. 'Lish was' up in the canon, behind And miss theyfootfaU light the whila with quick movement she turned t stables to order hore.believing
found her dead The shadows deepen into .
also show that one burdensome Forgotten in her heedless hand Git the blanket, out, maw, an' Il go an' very rock where she BAS Cnn, N.Y. glom sheet of paper face downward on the blot a ride would prove a antidote to my
very -
4f( But they The half-ailed berry-basket swings; buckle the sheepskin onto 01' ." father. The canon draught was grateful ting book.

': source of expense each year What cares she that the merry band The desert night told its secrets to the to her after the hard ride over the .W do you do that? May not I see?* morse moo.Whie waitig I walked out in front and

t; which the admiralty is called upoa to Pass on and leave her there 1 He sings 1 as she rode the slow mustang over heated plain. She drank in long I asked, reproachfully.* lit cigate; was the renewal an old
gr breaths of it but all the time her eye She folded the p iper. placed it quicklyin habit with many others of mybachelor
And the desert PAiISECRETSThe
bear consists in overhauling, refitting Sings as a seraph shut from heaven trail to the buttes. A which s'is sealed
her father had envelope ; ten. days, had bee almost entirely
;! the hole where a
And vainly seeking ingress there, night holds many secrets for those who was on addressing it, held up aaide.
rejuvenating war after
and in many ways ships I strike of his life and i lid '
id Might pour upon the listening even care to hear them; but it did not whisper made the one great mocking laugh. groom brought round the horse; I was

. that but a few years ago'Wire! among the His love and longing, and despair the darkest of them to 'Li h that had died for it. -"Tat's my wnting. It does seem odd abut to mount when Mrs. Armstrong appeared .

marine wonders of the world. ''Sweet-sweet-tweet- night. The air came warm and then "Strange he never comes 'roun'-that you saw it, doesn't it? But yon'll and handed me a note.

f she the greasy-faced Jose Garcia. 'Twas him know it ag-dn, won't yon, Mr. Jaok? It'sbig It was addressed in Edna Linton's writing -
( =: Eorrowful-sorrowful-sorrowful! chill as through
) Dr. Lander Brunton, ia the course of } that were passed from low, hot diferentstrata plain or that did it. P'raps he's waitin' fer us Story of a Tragic enough and bold enough-- wishyou'd -I knew that instantly-and the words
Dzep in tha wood, whose giant pines wait time "Yes, it's easily recognized. But it contained, written pencil i apparent
a long
i ) a recent letter on "Mastication," at St.Bartholomew's Tower dark against the western sky, frigid mountain-top. Old Jim was so to move away. "le'l tell me what you said iside- haste, were whl
slow. He no more the flicks -till he's dead. Life she the din.
It absoutely wishes me to
Hospital, made use of the While sunset's last faint crimson shine, fall for instant Drama was the briefest ., -lr. joi
J from strap-end than he did the brushing She let her glance an or any one could have written this evening. shall I
following remarks: "I think it was: L He trills his marvelous ecstasy; of the greasewood past his lean form. to the something that gleaned alodg the note that conventional etiquette requires do? Please tell the bearer 'Yes' or 4No."'
With soul and sense entranced: she heari That in FO short a space of time. Three I looked at the stolid features of the
magnificent stroke of genius on the part He did make a plunge now and then; top of the rock. something wa
The wondrous pathos of his strain. orfour'words at most could have been housekeeper, who brought the note,
of the President of! the Royal: College of but that was when a cactus-spine prickedhis the barrel of her father's riflo. The BY E. M. DAV.CHATER scrawled. how ha intelligence mi-iht
While from her eyes unconscious tears snake skin the rock at wondering
wind rustled on
Physicians, Sir Andrew Clark, when ho Fall softly born of tenlerest pain. side. a Her eyes flashed with that gypsy gleamin dwell bone ith that stern exterior, but I
At last the girl reached the canon, her side, and a "swift" darted into the them that warned me I transgressed. might as welt have tried t see through a
informed Mr. Gladstone that he had one What cares the rapt and dreaming child shade and looked at her with unwinkingeyes. XII. With ,"
which seemed to be done in black and -I have complied your request stone wal
teeth and that That duskier shadows gather round? THE DOCTOR AOAIN. "Dr. Gascoignewill But there I
mouth nod thirty-two white, so light did the moon. make the she said, hnKhtly. Mis Lynton-
She feels that flood of wild HE finest run of the How is
for mouthful of food he took every only exposed parts, and so inky were the Then a dark, squat figure stole out of dine to-morow. th stopped.An .
every finished by "
sound "No" for utterance .
Melodious struggled
melancholy to ? emphatic
1.r tooth should have a chancs, S3 that he "SweetsweetBtoeetSorrowfulsorrowfulsorrolofulf'- shadows. It was frightfully quiet in the canon depths and up to the mine. a kill in the open, "A go gTo'bm shall ride over with it." but made no Had I said
there. As she went she heard The girl did not start, but a smile passedher had taken I lonnd
bites to along, place. She touched bell; the missive was dispatched that word the whole the future .
) should thirty-two every the whinny of her father's horse, tethered lips. The figure moved about a was riding home at once. would have been changed-much evil

mouthful. And," continued Dr. Brun- i Down from Immeasurable heights beside the wal of rock. She left Old silently a a shadow. It turned a swart ward alone when I Am I weak in yielding as I do? I won- perhaps averted. But the pleasant fumes

"' ton, "if the patient has lost some oLhi st J The clear.Jlotel li rl'Jatalr.aln... .. "..._ Ji n,. .6 ire ar face toward the spotjyherebut sh A lay id, I -a- saw Dr. Gascoigne. dered.-' Yet I had not forgotten hex of the rarely indulged in cigarette were
... .. -. It almost
__ f -fli '. :'- -. __J- __ I was strongly expressed dislike to Dr. Gas stealing over my senses. I took another
'- _teeth_ _hesbjELtftCflbw two bites for every The echo of all lost delights, while she trppe up a steep tri and there was more of interest for it in '::4 -.: ?dusk' but I recog- coigne; to please me she had invited him i. whiff and said: "Say to Miss Lynton'Yes. -

missing tooth, and even that will not always All youth's high hopes aU hidden pain, came to gash father made the hole in the canon side than for aught I : 7ed instaty .his. without objecting.- Was it either just oi .' Most certainly Yes,'" I repeated

4'p. do if teeth have All love's soft music. heard no more, with pick and shovel in the lone canon- else, and on.this the eyes were bent. pis to cavil at her mode of doing byway of making the assurance doubly
many gone. shoulder into the saddle and was
But sure,
dreamed of and remembered
long- ,. side.There By moving the muzzle of the ride two ;j": erectsoldierly walI -".. ning mood I returned sprang

The New York World thinks that Ah how can mortal bird outpour he was, sitting on the groundand inches along the top of the rock, it covered had not him since my marriage sot In -this seIx-c ,..._ "und cracking.,, gone.My evil temper had vanished; my spirits
Such human hearf-break in a song! leaning rock. The the of day, and determined he should
against a moon flap the pocket in the left was not to whom rose like magic. I felt exlat.with-
racing across the ocean by the big steam. What can he know of.lonely years, shone upon his patched overalls and uponhisdustyshirt breast of the blue flannel shirt. pass me, though i almost appeared he walnuts my aud guest sipping, his s. port wru igning a cause; reckesi wihout'

ships is a dangerous matter, and gives Of idols only raised to fall, ; but she could not see his "Farther than I thought for," the girlsaid meant to do so. most placid, smiling equanimity. Heassailedme out hat

vent to the following warning: "Another Of broken faith and secret tears? face, for his head was bent forward and to herself-"nearly I hundred and reining"Good evening Lor,
ocean race has ended without disaster.: And yet his strain repeats them all- was hidden by the brim of his slouch hat. fifty yards. The middle sight's the best." been out up w.ththe my Coaldale; to-day. Some- wif .marriage*, extolled the beauty of After pnttingnnm- .rew to rei was

"Sweet sweetsweetSors'owfulsorrowfulsorrowfu'p'- "Pap," her sharp voice stabbed the She squinted through the pinpointhole thing like RporU""Id my and Langdale Grange .i
Probably I tired with
The Aurania beat the Alaska was
by fifty- my day'
quiet, "I came up ter see ef you was and lowering the muzzle the small plenty of that kind of thing once- sport. Certain it is, I was not little sequestered lane, assured mysc
fire minutes in crossing from Cork Harbor Ab, still amid Maine's ever comin' home. I brung a blanket, est fraction of an inch, she smiled the In ," he said. "My day is over. But put out by Georgia's behavior a unobserved, and took from my breast
darkling pines, a
I'm pocket the little
the Hook Extravagant case wanted to all small round dot of glad to find you're enjoying life. Howis the letter and I listened penciled note. A smile
to Sandy Lightship. Lofty, mysterious, remote, pap, yer stay night. light rested on the Mrs. Dud ey?" ; to my friend's came to my lips, a seemed to
of fuel and While crimson You oughter 'a' come home hour and very centre of the pocket-flap. At that facetious drollery like one in a dream-a heart I sun-ray
consumption sunset's last faint shines, "Quite Mell, thanks, I answered; "she war my as reread itI held the
The thrush's resonant echoes boat hours ago, 'stead o' workin' an' workiu' instant a dark shadow made an iuky find the country rather dill, that's all. dream from which, in a few hours Ire, paper tenderly that she My
tiangerous straining of machinery, not ; I was doomed to have a rough awaken.ul&r ha touched .
And she:, the cbild of Ion till you was all fagged out. patch on the scarp near her, and looking The fact is, we knocked about too much eyes dwelt on every charcte
0 to. mention reckless courting of catastrophe Who listened till the west; ago He did not lift his head. A puff of up she saw a big buzzard wheeling:in the abroad. She is feeling the reactioir""Then that formed each word; then-not in the

", in many other ways, yielded this Has learned, in later days,grew to know gray, cold wind came down the canon, air. She smiled again, and hugged the she is not quite well?" He put CHAPTER XIII. mad heat of pason but humbly. reverently -
the it seemed little as were a memento that
question, ,
a anxiously. i MYSTEBIOUS
magnificent res 1t. Ocean racing is ex The mystic meaning of his lay; and, striking the girls brest, made her rifle butt, which fitted closely againsther i As my tale A proceeds I P.BCE find myself almost had come to me from the dead-I pressedthe

'I- '" citing. It Interests passengers who have And often still, in waking draams shiver. shoulder. Her right hand went for "Her health is perfect,"I replied. "I unequal to the task before me. ,I paper to my lips. .

not And it lowers Ot youth's lost summer-times, she hears "Sleepin' on the rocks. Wal, I swun! i ward a little. Her slender forefinger, is only \
ragged nerves. a Again that thrilling: song which seems Tuk too much outen the black bottle, held straight, smoothed the black trig Gascoigne. I wish you would. Will you Little did I count the cost-the pain and dark. The clock over the Grange stables
transatlantic record nowand-then. But bet." lightly almost lovingly. The die with us-say to-morrow?" humiliation-the record would entail struck seven.
., The voice of dead and buried years- I'l ger man ; to be half
some day there will be a different storyto "Sweet-sweet-sweet- stepped nearer. straightened up a little. The finger would not wish it, I presume" otherwise you when I first sat down to write the drama Dine was a. pat, made
name a
tell-the of'a midoceau horror Sorro "Hullo, pap! You ain't drunk ain, crooked, there was a sharp crack, and He day. of inyJife.Haviug a guit possible and a to
story u'fut-sor owful-sorrowful.1" spoke slowly, as though pondering however hasty I repaired
once begun, there is
l'I" .-, with not many of those who are involved Elizabeth Aksrs, in the Century. be you? Pap, pap, Im clean 'shamed o'ouI" the man fell upon his face. over the matter. no choice left. I am bound in honor togo the drawing-room in the hope of finding
Then she pressed home another car- "Of course I do." on and place before the reader my wife alone. Hawks was there, however

arriving to tell it." She leaped to the rock, gave him a dig tridge and clambered up the rock, rifle "And-Mrs. Dudley?" in.the chain of events that led to eahlnk the bending over her and fastening a

'LISH OF.ALKALI FLAT. in the side of his leg with her stoutly in hand. She leaned over the body. All at once it flashed upon me that hiter end. bracelet; Edna Lynton sat on a loW
I Georgie had said she h tted this I near,turning over the leaves of an album.I .
Injury to crops from frost,is something leathered toe, and then shook his shoul was motionless. man. not ask any pity for mysel. know
I late.
was, however,becoming used to mywiCe'svr a Forgive me."I said
full that
jwhicti the gardener, farmer and der. "You oughter 'a been shot in the forcible forms of expression; already ing wrought wel own most But frankly, going up to Georgit; thus adhering -

; ..:.- .mgrocer, to say nothing of the con- BY FIUXK B. MILLAKD. "Pap, wake upl! You'l catch yer back: too," she said, grimly; "but'lAshain't of them had proved meaningless; ask yon to pause my rashess you utery condemn closely t the line of conduct I had

death a-cold, sleepin1 An'here no greaser." therefore, after a moment's hesitation, I conduct toward MastHal lid dow.
I way. my my "
I i Of berries and wie.
vegetables, grain right Jack she answered
said ,
CLUMP of :
scraggly She moved with light the
step hugging
we've be'n a-watching' out fer away, misguided woman
7.:,-- regard as a possibility almost any nig'at cacti grew against an' watchin' till our eyes was most give ye the rifle under her arm. And the "I will tel my wife I have seen yon, Doc about our hasty marriage but fairy lessly laughed, without out merrily looking at at me, then
tor. something
"..f; < at this! time of the year, remarks the the shack, and out, while you've ben up here haviu a buzzard circled a little lower.-The A-i night.YOI may expect a note from her to- with deed!me all might have been was saying. Hawk

York Tribune. These classes of scratched its un. ol1 time all gonaut. he said Edna, raising her eyes gravely return
; New good guzzlin' by yerself, "Thank very heartily. "I'll The morning following the episode of
painted side when ed bow, and that moment Dr. Gas.
;, people, therefore, will appreciate a recent an' not carn' a cuss. It's plajin' us joint invitation with great the letter Georgie continued to appear my a
I felt hi advent
the wind blew coigne was
hard. ,
.c Gossip About Tea. pleasure. aoaced
mean, pap, an you know it. displeased with me. She talked
order of.. Professor Harrington, ; I But it was not blowing She shook his shoulder again. His After this I rode home, meditating deep much animation, however, to wit a bn. He cae for..lookig bright
"Americans not tea drinkers. with
.4. at all and ly; all recollection of the day's sport nd that he should cheer ak
,' Chief of the United States Weather now, arranged
.;., the head fell back. The face was chalky What they drink i Japac tea, whic ished I thought only of Dr. Gascoigne. Hawk.hery with her. An old target pr-had myse and seemed to bring
<... Bureau. He has instructed Local Fore. 4.I' [ came heat that a whiff of air with He
.. throbbed white in my opinion, U poor and S. how, from the first hour oi been discovered somewhere about the flsh pue him
's! cut officials all over the country to issue ? over the "God, pap! What i it?" called 'English breakfast tea' i a making his acquaintance, he had interested premise and my wife gave directions foi spoke a words to Edna; I
s > desert and mentioned Hawks *
by name.
stone cold. it to erected the
". was which is to upon lawn "
an Englishman compelled
warnings when they believe frosts to be "We all friends here he said and
: sky-line was curling the shakes occult in him that had a ,
atop power After breakfast I visited the stables
The touch froze her. She his heart. ,
to the United States to taste for the
come held his hand to the Thedinnergone
.& Impending, to all volunteer signalmen in the shack and sending every breathing The throb of fel. me to regard him as no ordinar mortal; leaving iny wife and guest in the music- younger man.
was gone out first time ia his life. and now, on meeting I felt ; sounded; he offered his arm
r''I** ,their neighborhood, using the teegraph: thing on Alkali Flat, even to the lizards, "Pap, pap!" and all the canon heard "The appointment of 'tea taster' was of presentiment that somehow he I I rom. to Georgie.

:f. for that purpose. The rural districts' into the shade. her sharp, desolate cry; "my ol' pap! much sought after in the old days. After kid going to be mixed up with my life. When I was re-entering the house, a "How well you look, Mrs. Dudley" 1
in laid
following sort of '
There were just three rooms in the groom me some heard him I to lead the
The idea not passed way
He dead! was altogether new to me it a
i.i with these ait paying a premium: of $2500 in Londonone ; table in the hall. I
: : : ire BO plentifully supplied shack and package on a paused withEdna. ,
; 'Lish's the eni
was one, next was merely the renewal of a faintly received -
A lizard
big wentcutteling down the was taught the business in a threeyears' instinctively to look at what he had left, looked well and
C.91substations Yes Georgie -
.: # now, through the efforts of to the kitchen. The little house was previous impression, with more splendidly
owl and without
slope, an a near by apprenticeship in Mincing Lane: experiencing any particularinterest handsome her new
,. : State, Weather Bureaus, that it ought to closed as tight as a drum to keep in gave a dismal hoot, and the coyotes set aud then sent out to a tea firm in Cnma. intensity.On or curiosity saw that it was a box glittering with i, yet I blak'dess;

V-: .be possible to do a great: deal of good by whatever of the night's coolness remained up their throaty howls. Then came another yeaVs local appren. the stable-ard reaching the, and Grange, entering I dismounted by i that hid come by rail from London. It light touch of the small hand resting on
in it, which was little enough. 1 was addres-ed Ma.iame Dndeyin a arm thrilled me in a wife'sgoroul
She and my way my
: :- this project.Public gulped gasped. Her breath ticeship before being made a regular door, made my way directly to the music. could ,
not do. Hawks
<(' 'Lish-the whole of it was Alicia-sat cramped foreig ueducated ad beauty
> seemed cut off. She would have fallen room, where Georgie usually took her 5
+. -- buyer. Salaries ran from $150 to $500a "Books" writen on i in conspicuously up fire'of banter behind us,
in her and talked with her lively
.t 1 Opinion, which has been inves room, at his side, but that her ear caught the month, with handsome quarters and o'clock tea. large leter. but I was silent; my seemed tied.
: mother, who was peeling potatoes in the She was singing-the first time for With mind-that of tog
I \ coyotes'h .l and caught, too; their board. one ide.onlyin my When we seated the din-
,.>-: tigatin: the joke business, says that t kitchen Although in separate rooms, horrible meaning. She stayed sumptuous" t'he tea is from 'mustei weeks. Before I could open the door she giving Georgie pleasure-I took up the ing-table I felt conscious of one presence
which illustrated their Missourian voices were clear hersel sampled ceased and a male voice took up the aira intending to it to her. I and that .
sharp c.irry
good original joke is easily by her two hands against the b tur! only, was Eda' : was
cans. We examine the dry leaf for voice not unknown to that
appearance me-one and found face
.- enough to each other. There was just so myself t wonderful a thug that should be
'five dollars. tried her 8
brings as high as to get breath. The carried
coyoteshowled and weight. Then the tea is my memory back some years. I with Edna so near! The folds of her white
J: .The: magazines and papers which pay foi one thing to talk about, and nearly again, in awful chorus, and she fused and tasted. Just a sharp sip and entered the room, for the moment unper- "I came Lyton search of tha. Mr. dress touched' sof. At her throat she
earth that could be said
their jokes have Professional everything on shuddere. spit, never a swallow. The touch of the ceived. Dudley. 1' give it to me, said. wore a little bunch of violets! ; their 'perfume
regular prices.
about it had been said, so they had been "They get you, pap; they shan't liquid on the palate sufficient to get The man who was singing t my wife's "It i addressed to my wife. I a going seemed to fill the air. How fond

,;: jokers send a supply of fron: tent going over it all again.; It was pap's get you. I'll take you home." the taste and aroma.i After that the wet accompaniment stood by the piano. He to it to her," I answered.She she tued to be of violets i the days gone

:t"" to fifty jokes to the paying best, big strike. Her.breath came free she was a little man, looking younger than looked more disconcerted than the
papers as spoke. leaf is examined and scented. That is b
his with h tir down occasiou seemed to warrant and
"It ain't dead know 'Lish age, light parted the repeated: it might have been without thosesoulbewildering
: tad the editor in charge of that department : sure, ye She grasped the dead man's shoulders, I the time to defect foreign substancesand middle, and a long, fair, curled mustache, "I want-I must have that bOL Please violets I no* but
wound the mother "but it
"* 3 chooses those which suit him and up ; as and, keeping as much of his body from adulterations which are impossibleto There was more of the dandy about him, give i to me." cot gaze, but took out my
:; near like it as one ja k.rabbit looks like the ground as she could, she draggedhim detect in the dry state of the leaf. I and time had added I blase air, but not "It is much too heavy for those small met tei past midnight.

;;': lends back the rest. These are then sent ernother." down the rocky trai toward the have tasted many as 500 samples in a to be easily mistaken was my old acquaintance hands to lift.. And as I spoke I noticed I did not WI see my wife again till luncheon

-"* to the next best paying publication, and "01' pap's workin' awful hard, ain't spot where the were tethered. sometimes a 1000 Charlie Hawks. how nervously she was twining together time next day.
morning tastes
a day.
"Ha! Here's here's the slender There was a
our sportsman, our lingers.
he [TO BX :
.:. ,lOon, until they reach the papers which i maw She winced when she heard his boot- "The proper way of making tea country 'Sqnue, the boss of the Grange," change in her since I saw her lastshewas CXVlWIse
"I reckon he is.
.: pay but fifty cents. Such as are then heels scratch the ground, but she pulled There is only one correct rule, al fancy he exclaimed shaking my hand as thoughhe lookig thin and pale and very
'lAsh- looked out through the small and tugged with all her might, and, faddists notwithstanding. is the would bhake it off. Thanks, thanks, fagie. Sayings on the Weather.

: returned the joker consider useless. A window. Her glance shot put the two panting, she laid his for.near Old Jim, professional rule and to all and ole tier,I he continued, hardly waiting to are not wel" I asked with ,a Cats with their tails up and hair apparently

professional joker can make about 100 rails that glimmered under the angrysun who snorted and jumped and pricked up every kind of tea.applies The proportion hear my words of welcome. "Surprisedto anxiety too rea electrified indicate. approacingwind.

jokes a week, and, as jukemaking must down there by Alkali Flat Station, his Then, with a glance backwark should be see me, eh? Returning from a ran "Yes, you, but- .
'one light for each
: ear. teaspoonful I said
down in Never thought of "Oh, it is useless persisting, If swine be restless and grunt loudly
:&: ioon become a habit, the New York Tribune past the two scurrying dust demons that from time to time, she went to her person and one for the pot.' The watersbould you till Scotand. Waxham Sta hotly. "I am quite determined to carry there will be much wind.

concludes that perhaps the brain is showed there was air in motion some father's little camp, took his axe, and be, poured on the leaf boiling tion. Then-by Jove! quite an inspiration this up myself. Yon are not a servant." see the wind.

where,. even though sporadically, and cut two poles, with which she made a boiling, mark not merely hot. wasn't it?-I sprang onto the platform "No," she answered slowly, in her soft, Pig cn
you very that the direction in
,t:;;. not too greatly tasked in their. manufac away over to the blue buttes. "dust-trailer," the pole being bound to It should then stand for five minutes exactly hauled out my baggage and drove low voice, that seemed to hold"some hid which the' loon say flies in the morningwill

.... ture. There was a notch in the far butte- Old Jim's sides like shafts with pieces here. Sent in my card. Old friend of den meaning, "I am-a friend.
.*.. "" *I MBB H M not a second more ore and husband's. Good that? See?" "There is no mistake about your position b the direction of the wind next
"- Scrub Canon called it. Pap was and She lifted the
they of
'to'l --y.\. strap bale-rope. your tea is ready. We use glasses "I sent to the station for Mr. in this house," I hastened
sanr say.
_* The United States Government will working there in that notch, under that boy again, to put it on the rude con. in the trade to hit the exact moment to and assured him you woud Hawk'thngs "Yon are here, I am of you t day.Magpies three or four together

!r' put on sale a)outJan'.11rl1, 1833, jubilee awful sun, in the restless way that pap veyance. The moon struck it full this pour off the tea from the leaves, which stay,"said Georgie, her eyes spark free will That big asue.s wih you to be and lpg cries predict windy
always worked. He was there alone, time and she roiled it ling with fun and merriment. "
:l postage stamps in ntnamoratioa a over gently then rapidly commence to give tannin." happy. weather.
J" r of the discovery of digging his pick into the dry ground upon the trailer, she saw a big clot of -San Francisco Cnronicle. .' "You've pot a much 'go'in you a ever, SliD was not pale now; a lovely pink Anvil-shaped clouds are' very likelyto
America by Christopher and each clod and broken rock of the dark shirt Hawk- ws beginning. color spread itself over her fa.
.. I scanning blood on the back and -. be followed by a Kale of wind.
"More, dear f'ler, But don'ttlk "Thauk she said, with drooped
.:t I,: Columbus.: The lanling at Saa- i the that meant my moe. you, The vernal '
for so clean-cut bullet-hole. Witha
yellow specks by :t was a History of a Word. of .t'to 0 man just come, and eyes. "I prefer no discns4ionpleaae. You equinotial gales are
Salvador will be one of the scenes de. much to. him, and that were to put shudder, she let the body fall. Then stay a couple of days. I've will let me have that bx- stronger than the autumnal

'. picted. The convent of La Rabida something oetter than a shake roof over she'"looked at her hands. There was The way in which the name "bureau" I j I I crossed the Herring Pond since last I saw "No, Miss Lynton. not." If it blows in the 'day i generally

I"' where Colu-nbm their heads. blood upon ahem and upon the sleeve of became applie to articles of furniture \\I you,Jack. Got my ideas. expanded,picked And without another word I left had hushes toward evening.If .
r was housel just before she literary is rather proceeded to the music-room with small white clouds are seen collect -
: She felt for him that horrible heat; her dress. purposes up"Not b t
R! his departure from: Spain on his voyagat taw the drops of sweat trickle from bu "Clnim.jumper1" i curious., It \the custom in the days gested. a few Yankeeisms, Charlie,"I sug n But means the light litte:load.ruse was not successful. tgete their edges appearing
"--i: f.-:'"'." discovery, may be the chief figure of brow and plash upon the rock, making She set her teeth hard when she thrust when writing was done on parchmentand "Why.certainly." Georgie showed herself in no way moW rough w

J It'.: mother. The head of Colu-nbus will their dark mark there for an instant and fort the words, and clenchel her hand when bookbinding was an expensive Hii twang was inimitable, and set both led by my attention. Her dark A light :ew sunset presages

:: Decorate one of the drying up in an other; she felt, as she nails dug into luxury for those who were connected Georgie and me laughing. Meanwhile I Slowed with delight a they rested on the wind.
) stamps, probabiy the plm. with t have their drank the wife poured out for me, to me she vouchsafed neUhelword .I the fall moon shall rise red.extwind
1.i1t'ocent put it, "the spring goin' out of het, They had killed him, while he literary pursuits ( on tel mv
.," ; stamp. It is not the intention of "olf had tables! a piece of cloth, of a thick nature then went up-stairs to dess no looks of thanks. .
f. Ja just as it was going out pap. was at work. He crawled far as ?"
:;:>ft of the Postoffice a We were quite a at the round "Ha! what have we here exclaimed very red sky ia the east at suet
j Dspartment to retire "But he wouldn't let me help him- the rock and had diei. I was a strikea to prevent bookbinding receiving any table, drawn near the fireplace in the large Charle. leaning over the table. "Books? indicates stormy weather.

V.r!; : permanently the current issue of stamps never would, even ef he was aworkin'his .big one-and it cost him his injury. This piece of textile fabric, dining-halL. Charlie told travelers' tales Il hundred to one they're novels, Heavy.white, rolling'clouds front

r: '. but it is likely thit the issue will be suspended two hans off,",she sighed. life. .But- originally of wool, bore in France the with gusto, :I i: listened, and George Heed Mr. Dudley. Rjght' he asked, arpa of storm denote high i
; /* < t Then she went and set the table for She looked the canon with awful name of bureau, and in course of time amuse]. It was not left ing to my we. nodded. I wd
for up The sharper
'tk.6 a vta% and that at the ondr dinner. They ate in silence, 'Lish and and smote the air with the clenched that name has attached itself to articles the dinner-table that I recollected my I'll lay thetr Frech Bight' The BooMr' t bJa
>that time eyes to the Do.tor. With a word of sgaineh? pt
: J the dies and promise
plates for th "maw.- There was no good talking it hand. of furniture'which havespc protected apology guest I followed her from "How could yon she asked. A gale moderating at sunset will increase

L l jubilee stamps will ba destroyed, an all over again. It would not do to count Then she bent down, and, taking a by some material the t. my "This child tl born yesterday! before midnight,but i i me

L: *e'old.dies and Plates will be delivere.. too much on it, anyway. Other strikes long halter-strap, fastened the body Pittsburg Dif patch. "Georgie," said It coming np with her nl That's written ,by a French woman," h. ates after-midnight, the w t 1

:' .."to the contractor a. ain. The intentiov bad been in promise, year after year, and securely to the top of the.trailer, and, she was entering the music-room I want continued pointing" to the address. improve.Windstorms. .' -
1 ; nothing bad come of them, absolutely mounting her father's hone, she led Oil For the first time the Russian scldien you to write a note to Gascoigne. Will JIy zatid, said Georgia, staring at usually :iubaia. abi, ;
it is to have only: one portrait on you, den- him in genuine amaze.. "The Frenh mad but If :
the an nothing. Jim carefully down the canon and out I are to be .with .handkercaiefg Sue turned with a slnness that "0 traveled with me. .She is in Londo I teydDot..te"str'. ,

i., ... stamp-that of* Columbus.. ? :. The. ,afternopn! wore on. The glare upon_the aiglchilled! fl.n. TUe coy. 'I 1 at the Government's expense,: : sarteime! : I got her to send me French noTeJa. ?Ir Iowiaw .etnA".d-a- t ,

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/ BR/DFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .certain LIKB'ithird A uawtvrnacritk artyite by.Hbc. SENIJOR CALLitI -' JN Circuit.Court.Notice Fourth Judicial, Circuit,State).gfrALae( DBut'lr jRli

name .of Walker' has been making : : of Florida, Bradford.ColJltt.-|!.CJaD r/:

-PUBLISHED WEEKLY ATTtUZESBADFURD '' the tiat.inore' WM, .Eva Caroline Hoehie, as'the EecutrIz of till"{ .
charge \ .mpney .
: 8 COUNT.FLORIDA. I Last Will and Tefitaiqentof Conrad. Hoehle. ,
*r t _. -_ : spent ;.by .Cle.veiand's 'adrainisti-atiqn teliver an oration in .:.Deceased. .., _

I.C.WRBE.'i. done by Vs.- !
if Editor, and,Publisher.ccording for'If'n lrn,81tll\n has bee.u -' Uriah D. Miner and Sh1'ah'M. Miner,his wife;
Mrrtafrisori.Thia fellow got off I. Mary D. Rising and O. AI. Klslcg, her hug- .,m-
; 'Sterke on Saturday t the 22d band:Mrs. C.J. Husband and (J.J.Huabafid, EXL' .p 0)
Zl _8'JRSr.RIP.'J."J N $1.00 A. 'EA.BoFI' the track sadly, .as ,und. r Mr. Cjeye- .-. .husband, and.Oeorge M.Weeks and S.F. : ..
was 'MyJ M. A. Uyec and 8. Elumauer,,partner -
laud: only about i2 O, OO.o.QO) *doing business.under the firm. lPIDo olS.
re4I to Act of .Cfqrt'1I1f in inst- onefek from .
paid out, Il' a little or 60iOOO,000 to-morrow. F. Myers'&Co.1It _
tite Post Office, Marke. Via.., a' Second allowed being made to.appear by th.e affidavit of L.
.Cfat* Jfatter.t' a yearj,n4 that tinker pensions ; B.IIodes complainant's solicitor. appended to

J>y republican predecessors. I Everybody in Bradford and I the bill filed in said cause' that th? above Pure and Chemicals
; ::- : play ja'amed defendants S. F.Eyere, W. A. Mrers and Drugs
J'IIR. TICltln':, Under Mr. Harrison's ministration II :S.;Blumauer, partners doing biisiness under the
-' :'t100 I firm name of S. F. Myers & Co., are nonresidents -.
i For, Prcsedent Ihe ..payments have run, counties! should. be of the Rtaipcf Florida and that they'at _
t teftearhim.
: oo.O, /3ROVER CLEVEr \ND. > their place of residency is in the City, County "
next March/whian his four yeLrB expire : 'and State of New York an A their postofflce ad, _
r For Vicc-Pr'st.1ent & r 'dress 48 and 50 Maiden Lane.' City, County and '
: it will xaIm $450,000,000 ? ,
< POWDER State aforesaid; it is therefore ordered that the
L A. E. STEVENSON. I his terru,'an i increase of 50' per.cent. I ," above named defendants. S. F. Slyer, M. X 011ff PRESCR1PTION: MANAGER{ HAS ,.<:_-.
I CIRCUIT 'hirers and 8.Blumauer. partners dofcig business _
Clove- I :.
r' Presidential Electors; j But, savs Uicse. figure dQCtors, : Absolutely Pure. inUbr the firm name ol S. F. ayers & Co.. be I-

.T. M. SHACKELF.ORD. !land did iugn more pension, biH?.tAftntlarnson. -.; and'they are hereby required to plead, answer
: the bill of filed in this
I Th and Business or demur to complainant
TraithaCtCl. -
'' B. T, BLACKWELL..WILLIAM >Vell.if he fid he also .. A cream pf tarter baking p wder, Highest of cause on or before the SEVENTH DAY OK NO- '

tt" ; II. .MILT.Olf. vetoed'ihore I : than all republican .. ,, ts.Iljnjcavening Btrength.-Intent. 'U. govern. VEMBER. A. D. 1*>2, or the raid bill will" be' EXPnIENC
tnent Food Report:' taken as confessed against them: TWENTY YEARS' ;

; W. N.TIIQMPSON/ j presidents oce :he war. ajod ,JLhoe I The full term of i jqowt for this:cQuntl i ROYAL BAKING PorDg,Co.. *06 Wall St., >T.Y. It is fur, ordered that a copy of this order j
be published in the Bradford Telegraph,
For ; lie signed were. special or p, vafte ,was. qaljrd" ;. i. .at the. court. .house on Wednescay a weekly newspaper published In. Bradford
Conpresanan Second' ni&tr' c: bIlls'for good 'men whp had been refused Octo &1,1, .at'12 o'clock Judge W.' Notice: to Debtors and Cre> t rNOT1Ci County, Florida,' nc, a ;eek for four-consecu ,.'
: CHAltLES M (SQOPgR.Florida's j tive weeks next preceding the ahoyp men- 'I '
I 4s hereby given that M' persons In- ; 1-- -
.r bcpause they would not obey B.'To.yngon the bench.) The jjrWl and, td the .estate of Charles H: Bailey, tioned date t' Done and rendered by me. this i iGARDEN
the .and justice jiirorvere lato_of Lawtey. Bradford county 19th day September, 1803. W. T. WEEKS :
petit .
.republican l
masters ,
called und & follows : .11
: majority never vras so: .' ,' ?sworn l. i'lorida' ,wilt pay the came to the umlereispiedwithbut [SEAL] Clerk of the Circuit Court..

:- great before. Twcjily-seyen'-; required it. But ,under Mr. Harr-, ,: delay, aud 'an persons having claimsagainst : By'N.. D. WAUIRIOHT, Deputy Clerk.Is and : SEEDS IN. B"C'L'1P",
must them, duly I hereby certify that the above a true ; '
0' eanJ is a big tliyi for, sta.te with : son that crowning infamy of pension Grand .ury.n.'f.. Baisden.. L. F. nurtiehtitated said estate. 'within two years present;or this notice : correct' copy of the Jjriginal' now on. file. in my 'fi _

L po larger populaUori thjnpr. legislation was passed, the unlockedthe dependent .Gay. J. M."Murrhec, M. L. M.cKinney. L. :.will'ltf. plead. I jn bar- of' their MRS recovery.E. P. BAU.ET office/Witness my. hand aad-. seal this September F,

f penMotTln}], .which just B. flees. J. Jf.; Alvarey, Thomas Fielder. Oct. Uth.-2mo8 Administratrix. 19th late '' W. T. WBEKS..'

t: There was but one j&[oor 1ittl treasury 'doo/-! and le..ey azd ry' : N. j. Jones W M. Redding':' D. M.'. ilal-. Election Inspectors. .By[SEAL N; D. WAISRIOHT. ,i pity Clerk 'Clerk. TRUBY STERNBDRG & CO.

;:. Bounty wh cli djj; ik give Mitchell. ) body. native* or foreign, in; phurs:\V.'L. Summers' J. E. Dckle A T a regular m .etl1I -.of .the County CommlsV ,

A"good.round majority, aid .tjjft 'was Harrison signed. .that. Petit .Jurors-it: N, IJCdge U. :I eiofcers Bradford"county held on! the 3d Notice. ,. ._

iioor' little Baker, our tester on the Hall. W. W. ChUPIDILU. s: JNormnn. J. day at October, the following 'named-persons TN. Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit of the ,
t;: In 'the several
: ? were duly appointed to serve A ,
'i-' 4T Deceived State of Florida",Bradford County.-ln Chancery -
jiorth.Georgia? < Will the People Be i L. VKrimdoFc, S. C. Croft. .I}. N. hall, S. election district as hispectors'and clerks of the : ,
i.:. : 'TJie managers of the'"republicnuaieyery I\l.ty J. Prescott, W. E. Davis, I. E. [an ell, General Election for Presidential Electors and The
Bradford County Bank, 1vs.
I G. Congressman, said election to be held on the Wholesale and Retail Dealers in '
; rolled up 1 .n i 119 demo- shrewd "men. When the partYcaneintopowerin1861 'I W. Tesione and H. M. Parish. Eighth day November, A. D. 1892: '
'- pratio'aiqJ'ity of their the wealth' ol the The following business was transacted: DISTRICT No 1.-lasjiectors;' Thus J Byrrin, 'Owen OWens. Jr., and W. c.1 Foreclosure
ooqo"at State EO'Hill House and Robert T. Hemp- '
vs. Robert ftyrd J P McCulev, Lewis 'utch. Clerk: of

carrying concealed
f-, election la.v.el'i.} Wiiajt encour- coun.try Wks very equally distributed,. with weapon, nol prossed. DISTRICT No. Inspectors: Win J Epper- stone Merchants and Partners I Mortgage
doing business under the I
k can 4th< third party get tiic/.have I State vs. Robert son W.W Kelly John E... ,Dekle.. Clerk, : W Firm name of Rouse, Hemp- General Merchandise
ogeinent v ., r.'I? di. all classes., For Unrty'years ,. Byrd. carrying .pistols. II-Edwards Jr.
r" frorn that.? schemed ; and'all. the fined '$10 DISTRICT No. 3.-Inspectors: W C Kerce. F stone and Co. ,
I4 .' __ keep in'.ppw State vs. Robert O Lamb;Q F McLod. Clerk: C. W. Douglass. It being made to appear by the affidavit ol
f. robbing..Ihc, Byrd, entry ing pistols. C Odom. D N. W, cashier of the attached
t time kept up their I line '. nol DISTRICT No. Inspectors: C Hackett complainant STARKE -
While we a/-e taking a Lqeathngw their )Ja.w pce" J Harden, L. F Gay. Clerk: A H Williams. to the bill of complainant herein filed FLOEIDA" ,.
l awaiting /or the next cam cijjny io enrich tjie J i>w,; ; Toder. :Stit.e-va/JiitBes: Parish; caryz $ pistols, Di8TRicr No. Inspectors: Thomas Qod"' that W. C. R6u$9' and Robert T. Hempstone La
pp and patronage'men lraTe".enrlcbea. them continued. .p" win, T P Register, J L Varnadore.. Clerk: A merchants nnd partuers -loing business under and z '
Staple Faqcy
paign, let's think a little about the 8 York.' the firm name o: Rau / cxhibiit di'orJl'd selves until a 8in indiyidval! owns and State vs. Tyre Parish, selling spintons DISTRICT No. 0.Inspectors: N D Wain non-residents of the State of Florida and they Groceries
Florida .at fair. than all the citizens .liquors,.continued; wright. L, D WalT T A Knight. Clerk: K C are each over the age of twenty-one years and Any conceivable article. _, I
,', Whatshai1\vedoabptitit? controls more properly 'JJiate Vs.,'John Heiberger.DISTRICT. that their place of n'.ltlt'D ann of business Is .._ <
'. of n state. '}1ug and. powerful 1 corporations -Bennett' ,carrying. ,pistols. No. Inspectors: J H Moore. Eli in the city of Baltimore. State of Maryland, that -
.- have risen aDd 'fattened on Ihe fined $10. Hicks M K BC, Sley. Vlerk: Ovid Haynes. their po-toffiCf. address i. 22't and 225 West Baltimore Any kind of Provender T;::; '

g. Next Friday, the} 21st, is desig- monopolistic1 principles of the party. The State vs. Benj. Liuhtfoot, currying pis- W. T. WEKKS Street Baltimore City, State of Maryland; Feed Hay: ..', '.t.'t I
tola fined $10.- Clerk Circuit Court. it is therefore ordered that the above named de \
:: iiated legal holiday, in memory off lund slide'in 1890 showed theli'leaders fendr.uts, AV. C. Rouw and Robert T. Hemp- for Live Stock. :t;

)JLhe discovery of America a''by Columbun. that the people were getting tired of this Stale vs. John Tetstonc, assault with Sheriff's} Sale. stone doing business tni'or! the firm name of '
intent to murder. The 'defendant was Rouse, HeujpstoiuC.J.., lif and they: are hereby -
The day should be appropriately state of affairs. They are now engaged' ia found guilty of agirravaU-d; )); asfciull and UNDER and by virtue of an erecution dated required to IJIt'a.tlI$iwer or demur to ttie Dry Goods Millinery J '
*' trying to divide the people into as many $ 12th.113. issued out of the Circuit bill of complaint) tlie-i: in tjiis cause on or before
observed, especially I by the parties as 'ss1hJe'wltb! the hope that in was fined $25 an.d! .costs' or three months Court in and fgv thd Fourth Judicial Circuit the SEVENTH DAY OK XO\'E mEr.. A.D.isis :
cbo91 l of the s1 Can' retain their in jail. Bradford county, Florida in a certain cause the same beiii;the rule day of this court, or the ..
r .- _. j' such divisions they power state vs. Fudi* Tisou. Samuel Tison and. tlierifli pending, wherein Charles Myer, Gustavo matters and things in said bill will betaken And Fnrnislii"s Goods all styles, sizes and "
pricei :
and continue to squeeze. the people for Mailer and Colin II Robertson doing business against them us coufc.3eil.It 01 th. :
: l eyer before ha's such a fine di is- partisan effect. JohriTison. I larceny of" domestic. al, iniLrS.. under the firm name and Myle of Myer, Muller & ij further ordered that a copy of this orderbe o g .'
lay been in the t\m have to found not guiliy. .' "' Co., were plaintiffs. and Walter Wills and Owen pul>li 'R! poultry seen our8e p1eny fF uoney
they Sti.te vs. llcriry Jenkins, indicted for Owens Jr., oa1ucrs1oin business under the weekly news oper piiWist-fd in Starke, Bradford .
I ''l press. TJu.-y have worked .1rdi' cUtY'Out P// schemes, iancFJ.hey know and sentenced nine firm name and style' of Wills & Owens were defendants County, Fbi Ma, once .a wcnk for four con For Farmers, Builders Phosphate Miners
tb'v to |iB iCr: Whenever there'is a new breaking entering, to? I have levied upon and will sell in secutive weeks next, pi-eccillug; the aforementioned H
the'vjctory; they have accdm- have months in llie peiiilentiarv. front of the court house door in the town of date. ar ware .. u4rj,
party til Jwde' the people 'they a th J a.'" I 9". -' __ ... ,'. a' f.o! 'Ra.,C 00 k.o. tlen.U
iIish'e4 arid entitled io State vs.Viil Jesse'CbevisRobert -"tr ". oJ' log .
are fully Wright. b..rke. ta uulit. ? .
v the man handy to sow seeds of discoid! In .u 11) u t ; uc am a"II.TL-trijJ me. ssepi I -'-'- '- -- ji ttaFurniture ; _
Smith, ndictm a ; est bidder, on the FIRST MONDAY IN I'iQ'Vsng EMNlllt'tt'el1th, A. D. ljJ.2." W.T. WEEKS I'
t lh6c atj fol bey di play.; another state they'wil1 try'some other &Or' tJr'el1 I irJl; A, D. 1892 the same being on the sev.enth jsKALl I'lert of Ihe Circuit COUI To suit \ny taste and any pocket-- i'
41 scheme to divide the 'people into as many. find _, :,. Ight time. \ rig lt lreda' of said mouth, during tne legal houiI. :rs of ur N. \VAIXUIGHT, L'euuty Clerk. : '
t. '
Third people of Alabama tbat the ".: Eg dead.'i I here prosecution iunse. .;. "nl A 4Th t\nv. the following described lahe : 1 htivby1certify that tie a\wve\ is a true copy
party parties as -possible 50' g. n- (wmc -. ', was. no_ -s me-b' -the property of said Owen Owens. ; of the order made and filed i-i iny oflice. kinds of other House Furnishing Qobfe : .
; l jtayo taken to persecuting democrats ke on top- War i Chevis and otnilh were found in the of t
l'lnlnd being county >
? 4XJ __wng on just r. situate Witness m\-hand auJ seal this Sept e'nber lUtli,
k:, and the republican United States aspfHclal5 t!1' Y were 3', 4U4 I piwer| 1s l being I ten- guilty and sentenced to three months in Bradford, State Of Florida, described as follows. 1892. W.T. WEEKS,
lie penitentiary.CIVIL. o-wit: The northeast quarter of the southwest (ISKAL] l'lt rk.
hre over-willing to WfRlSTjust ds it >*\8 during the war; reforms quarter of Section Ten in Township Seven, southof fy N. 1). W.U ;RIGT. Deputy Clerk.

and hired to DOCKET.H. Range Twenty-one east.'containing forty PRIcEsI
.nd yet some peoplparty are ridiculed men are -- -- -- --- BEST GOODS LOWEST i
tld' Terms cash
less. purcha.t'rpa'ing
acres, more or
and falaciou plans Parker administrator' estate of
IS advocate A.
r: is 7J impossible for titles. P. S CREWS. In the County Judge's! Court. Bradford' ,
..._j. Of e'republiA. of relief; so that in the scramble their C. C. anti J. H. Verdier tlei-eased. vs. L. Sheriff of Bradford Count). Florida. State of Fluri:!u.
Fans. schemers cnu keep their bands. on the \ F nnetl administrator de bonis nun I; By II. N. RICHAUIJ, Deputy Sheriff By the Ju.l.e or sai.l Court..
; Sept. 23, .S!!. KxercLiing l jurisitie'.ion.
Ihronts of thc'people.. of Jami-3 Bailey. Assuuipsit. Case cuu- Iu the matter of the sus estion ot Insolvency of

S. Mann, the straddler, now Will the' people be longer deceived by tiuued for settlement. Commissioner's Sale. the estate of Henry 1'. York,Jeceiw e J, filed byV. FOR YOUR STYLISH A I TURNOOl j
these shrewd rascals'e do not believe.. Christine Dohm vs. Thomas Briggs and \ T.Weeks, admiuistratorof estate.
wishes that he had not fried to Atlanta' fif virtue of an order male by the Hon Wm.F. W. T. W.eks, administrator of
will. Wilkius tlfnu WHEREAS "
OopLitutI'mz. contract
they purchase By
George Malphurs county""judge in and for of Henry F.York late of Bradford .
jUraddle BO much. He is now practically ulan e crop.) Case 'dismissed dim motion county,State of Florida,dated August 29th county,State of Florida, deceased has this :

out of the race, having be- POLITICAL: COMMENT.. of plaintiil.) .''02, appointing me the undersigned concmissioner day filed in my office a suggestion of the insolv SADDLE HORSES, 1z''S4'
como "does A. L. Scott Truby. Sicrnburg & Co. to sell the following real estate situated encv of said estate
convinced, that Florida. thecouaty of Bradford and State of Florida These ar therefore to notify bud admonish "_
intend to support of his 'You'll all be surprised when the vote et ul., an .notion of debt; attachment hondo belonging>tliB estate of C II. Hall,deceased, all persous htlding claims against said estate to ,*'
pot mqn is counted. That was what they kept Jury trial. Verdict for plaintiff for $75. described as follows: TIw southwest quarter file the same in my office, duly authenticated on For Ladies' and Gentlemen's Ridi(
calibre. J, and T. K,1.I.s.. Thomas J. Hurrin of the northwest quarter section eight, township or by the 2Uthdayo(January A. I). 18'3, on ,
f" -. telling us: and lb y told it' so often that six south,ot range twei.ty-two east, containing which day there will be a pro rata distribution of -
We for theioor I we began to think there might be u bomb assumpsit. Damages $4.<0.) Continued. forty acres more or les. Now l hy virtue(wild the assets belonging to said estate, among the 8c..d
are extremely sqrry hidden away aomewhcre. They l hit' it by consent.. order I will sell the afiresaidrent estate at public creditors of the same. .it'
ignorant! men who have been A. Sluimpton & Sons vs. Williams & outcry in front of the courthousedoorln the Witness my hand and seal of court this the 29th .
right, 'however for the vote has been town of Starke, in the said county of Bradford, day of July, A. 1.). 1892. TEAMING OF ANY KIND. GO TO< :
\jec( frito' this third t party business; counted' and"wjc. are. surprised.-Leesburg. Sons. assumpsit. Damage $5 j 11i qy! : They will be welcomedI Commercial: for 283.22. First Monday in October. A. D- 1R92. July :9,1892. County Judge. I "'
W. B. Rogers vs. F. G. Miller executorof the: same being the 31 I day of said mouth and a i

< ack tp the! demqcratic party. But estate of .James Miller, deceased, action legal sale day. Said cash real e..t.soltJ for paymentof for Notice of Election.TO J. UJ. Alvarez & Co.'s Livery Stables.Fine .
debts. Terms purchaser paying! l lc'a(3ere-tljds'e who knew bi-t- The Pennsylvania official) ballot as it of debt. Continued. title. L. B. RHODES, '
all and singular the Sheriffs of the several - -they 'are forever politically has been finally decided upon by Secretary National Bank of Rngurstown vs. J. F. Sept. 2, 1892. Commissioner.The counties of the State of Florida: Horses, Carriages and Saddles. Expert Driers. Draft
dead. yriiere is tliera of Slate Ilarriiy. will be fifly-twi Henry, alias J. II. Fiink, an action for above Kale Is postponed until the first KNOW YE. that I, JOHN L. CRAWFORD ;
nothing for Inches long by twenty-two inches wide debt. Continued. Monday In November the same bellthe Sev- Secretary of State for the State of Florida, do Animals and Vehicles for any kind of Hauling.
: : enth day of said month. L.
.(Lo.i and In the three columns will be given Truby SternImrsj & Co. vs. B. E. See- Commissioner. hereby give notice GENERAL that a ELECTIONwill GOOD STABLING AND FEED FOil YOUR 'HORSES. :.1QW' ?_ _

the republican the democratic and the car. nsMimnsil. Continued.M. be held in each county in the state of Florida
i lIqw Jets go to >vork,: wth| a
to make Cooper's majority tickets 'the Utter three in one column. 'T'O THOSE whom it may concern: The firm November. A. I). 1WO. the said Tuesday being the
: and her husban 1 and N. I). Hagaman.ejeelmeiit. .
ia this district over 15,000. It Think of a ticket over four feet long and CCtllliu'lc.l."Ite mutual JL Of R consent M. Williams, been dissolved&: Co. have, Mr.this Williams by For, four Presidential Electors. STARKE..

ran be done if every democrat will do within two inches of. two feet. in width.-. grand jury iiuNlu-d its business und having bought out J. F. Bunch's interest Forone Representativeofthe First congressional )t 4"1
district of Florida in the 53d of the
Metropolis. and assuming all liabilities of Raid firm. Those congress
Friday morning quickest
his full duty. It is fully as important who owe the firm will settle with R. M.Williams United States.
time ever made b n grand jury in this For of the Second CENTRAL AND
should = I ) who will continue the business under the same one Representative congressional FLORIDA PENINSULAR RAIU
that Very voter come out The elections in Florida on Tiwsday and county. Judge Young, complimenting firm name ofit. M. Williams & Co., while Mr. J. district of Florida In the 53J congress of

t nd vote' on the eighth of November in Georgia yesterday resulted in sweeping them, said it was the first lime that he F.Hampton Bunch goes, Flo.out, October of sold busine.s.I, 189") IN the TESTIMONY United Stntes.WHEREOF, I have hereuntoset :FLORIDA TRUNK LI N K. SHORT LIN]_ ,_

{is it was in October. The work 18but democratic victories and indicate that the had known grand jury In be ready to -- -. my hand and affixed the Great Seal To all points In South Middle and West Florida Mobile, New Orleans ind the Soe_ _
half accomplished. Don't l leave so-called people's party in the South i is adjourn before :.he court Court ad- Railroad Notice. (SF.AL) of the State Florida at Tallahassee, Direct connections to nil points Northwest andNortbeagt. Elegant new coaches. '-, ... .
the capital, this the 15th day of August, Route from Tampa to('lncJnnllti"lthoutcbaDge of sleeper. '* ;
it until th.e third party.\ buried sodeeply more prolific of noise than o\ votes. lul journed Saturday morning, making a very Notice is hereby! given that a special A. D. 1W via Uontict'llo and ThOID4svDle. & ,;' "
both tsiatei'' the 'repQbl c'ans' declined to short term. The following is the i.ieeling ot I lIc: tltl'ckhlllt1ers! ot the Starbe JOHN L. CRAWFORD, 'IIMB CARD 111 effort JUlie 12, 1802. ; ,

that Gabriel's trumpet will run tickets t leaving the field to the democrats tillAXD JCIir rnEsE T\U T. suit Hanipson City ilnilroad company will Aug. 2G, 18'.12.) Secretary of State. I 3 I 7 'tSOUTHKRN Dl V'N.I 81 4 IU t a >_Wks E l'o.'I". > fl'> 'l f5 f-'

jailn\ !; This, \i.s a| d uty thai and (the so-culled populists, who We, the grand jurors for the tall term be !hc'hllIl the court house in the town ofSiarki'HJradfrtrd IT 18 A.DUTY .. : 50 P 10 10 a Lv Fernandina Ar 350 P 9 45 a 'Z 10 V 'J OU a L. Jacksonville' Ar 8 W p 1

p is upon! each 'domocrAtic l voter. and don't seem to'havu polled votes enough of the circuit court of Bradford: county county. Florida on the !! t. Ct'C tla. bee& owe yum.1fand" your money'farn.. 718pll 5-Lv Callahan Ar 233p 7 30 a 8-tOp 7LSaLv Baldwin LT 7S4p JI_ _., ,
Z.twea 840) 1l1 Lv Jacksonville Ar 280 6 50 112.-.U, 8 'l eAr .lake
a. a LT
: lye Jnist's\, \ ftily.nppre9kted. justify their: high-sounding' '- title* -Philadelphia do make this our general presentment. ilny of Octolwr. A. D. 1S93. at 11 w.OD08l.L. Douglas SliGH which"by purchasing 93Spll59pLv P Baldwin Lv l 45 P p 545a I8 41 a 44aAr Live Oak CifT ft 6SIp1LT .p ItLT _

Times: We have examined nil complaints o'clock a. m.. to consider! ways and means -11 vat1for Prlcu uk__ "D"m. 1117p UTpAr Starke Lvll47a 4 31 a aArSnwannee pp i*.__
Next November, there' will btj 31 _.- brought before us..a'ud congratulate the : completion) nf g'lcmill! ar'iAkB KO SVBSTLEUT&I 12 24 a 223 p Ar Hawthorne Lv JUO II 3 Zi a 211 a 104OlL\r Madison I., f nv'I. _
Cltra LvllOla 34ta 430 11 5.1 ..
1 08 a MontiCt'Un
2KlpAr pAr
a LT 3SO,'
vinrc congressmen elected l thaq! ever The ;third party has been snowed underin people of the count}' that there are so few Uy tinier- of the president: 3 31 p Ar Silver Springs Lv 9 39 a 510 a 1 45 P Ar TaDahasaee45a LT 1 0 p III ___

: before! this being she. first election Florida and' weak-kneed democratswho violations of la.v F. Ii )MoitGAif :tr ,'' 214a 344pAr Ocala LvJ014a 141:18 341pAr Qnhicy I.Tl2f7p _
have been '*on the perch" will We find I that tin! roads and! bridges of Si-1-rrlnrv ot S & S. (C. U. U. Co. I ?a' pAr Homowxssa Ly 7 00 aLeesburp !Stun 4tOpArRIverJusctbonLvautpizt _
]\Ill"\ under the wow appointment in the are not in as good condition September 2X ISQ'i.World's Snoa 514pAr I.v 842al030p 6&>pll < pAr IVnsacolaMoMle Lv $5 s'J.lwOrlvans _
down and for the county as !
I get crow democracy. 4i 5 4:.a 540pAr Tavares LT M14a 910p XCOaAr XT 110 a _
:,, the various states, based pon the We, with other( glO\r) democrats, have our we would desire ii having lut-ii iin[ (>.sM- r- 8Wa C36pAr Apopka Lv 728a CSDp 7 4aAr Lv 3UpI; .

l\nl census.: Every decade. t there is : opinion' 'of democratic men and newspapers ble, on account of ho rains to work Fair Route. 1 OSOa 710pAr Orlando LT 7 00 a ,5 15 p J Ie.Ar443ptr St.l.ub LT HOp .
them and would recommend (hut be 'The CHoiniH.ti. I IIamilt I and 1 330 a 44opLv Wildwood Lv 908al2: !0p Cliicnpn I v 2Oflp .7'
;E *irj increase in the number of repre- I who wait to sec how the cat will they .1\'llIn 5 13: a 615p.\r DadcCity Lv 731aluap ltthi)1i4 .
senlatiycR in i in consefiucnce jump/ ':$. ."-Tallahasscean.Mann's at one attended to. riironl! : is tin I'tillman Vestilniled line 6:0a 719pAr Plant City LT 8 SO a H7p G '
congress We tender to his honor. Judge W. B. with tlinin:: (' Ts In'tween C'inciu !iii and 7 ro a 810 p Ar TampaWaldo LT 530 a tUG p I U) I I I430p c.1'i J ".i

d of the) : i increase. in population, Young, and State's Attorney. T. A. McDonald Cbicjigo.itinning i two I trains each way 2 ('Oi> Ar LT 11 42 a 9 lOa Lv Jacksonville Ar a 10 p ..%r: :

H.llho\gli\ the niiiuber i is kept down "hooray" campaign, like his our thanks for their prompt disposal every day III I Ih.: year, with luxurious 2 33 p Ar Gainesville Lv 11 12 aLT 55 P 11 ICa Ar Ffrnandlna TTl30p7; .a1330pAr "J _
IItOIAr i Cedf'rKe 730a: Brunswick LTBOPa "
Koinewhat by increasing i the bafis, i of Exchange will 'be "busted* because it of business and$ courtesies shown us chair (.Irs..n ii..y trains: and regular: Pullman __ I t-i. -

fl&l1'tI"lo woik worth acent,-Gainesville. during our deliberations; and now, having sleepeis ami imiirnveil 1 fitiipirlinent Trains on Southern division heave Archer daily except Sunday ao &4O p,m. for WfflMMI"_ _
,leprefientation.The first congressp'liiiibered Sun. t I Early Bird and Eagle Mine: leave Eagle mine daily except 4:30 a.m.frw.AreMruC
05. The mcraberfhip' completed our labors, respectfully ask to cars (in niirlit I trains. Five trains s a day intermediate doints. Train leaves Oviedo and Winter Park dally except Sunday. Learef Qilnoe' __
only _
\ \ be discharged. So s'ty we all.M. between t.'incivnaii *5 nil 1 Indinnaiiolis.: also daily M 8 30 a m: Winter Park at 8 37 a m. arriving at Orlando 9am;leaves Orlando daflrat'.
S : of the preser\t ; 325, The explanation; bureau of the third 1. L. :McKiNNKT, Foreman. trans. with chair furs IIn,1 sleepers to St. pm, nrrivirg Winter Park 5 23pm;Oviedo Op m. ,' "

willie, the. next house. .. will contain.' 35C party wilt now turn its attention I to the .- 1 Louis and liirotitrh inbiiiiMoii cirs IoSpringfleM an-
\1.I a. \C J. .J. 4 state. 'Fin. t ll-' Washington P"f A Popular History ofthe! World. mid Keokuk. It is the direct Trains on the Fernandina and Cumberlan.l route leave Jacksonville and Fernandiaft dtBr,?

'hlt),* ,between _t'iiu-Jnnnli. .I't liii, Toledo except Sunday. Connects at Femandina for Dungenness. Cumberland Inland.JekrllabadaalV .
; .W YOUK is .." IU,. TI The story of. the world's history ts. after aud Detroit. TIC'Kl'IIII everywhere.. -.,. Brunswick forming;the Cumberland route and making connections tor Macon.AtfiuMa ChaW;. -
The jig is up. the votes arc.polled nooga and northern and western point. S nday tram leaves Jacksonville 8 40 a m, lakesCwkMrr '
The best iflfOredLderno i all, the most intert'!.ting and niosl, 4nstrucl- When see tliHt 'lhv reid via
: its ex- In the democratic qUlvcr- you L DOUCLAS land route connection. Leaves Femandiua 5 p m, arrives SacksonvUle G 15 P m. Pullman l ._ _
4 press the'mselves. as entirely satisfied Arid Hayl'rmui\! bting poled ire .story which has. ever been told it C 11. & I) cii h''t n or 'IUt uf Cincinn i, WBB cars Brunswick to Atlanta and Atlanta. Cincinnati and Nashville. ;.
I Iniliiiiiiipolis or Toledo. E. O. Alct'ots-: Information see local Ticket office 86
\\ith the situation \\\ )e.Y o k.0 'l i p t'lIt rs IIf Salt River. was probably never belter, presented for : S3 SHOE CEN&LEPS Hogan Hreet. Jacksonville. agent W. Bay .street cornarHoKan.DrpotfMtl fi-n ,
on, >., .- MIC'K. General P...senm-r mi t TirklAgent. A. O MaeDnnAtl, P. *.T" n _
y ng regarded a the sjieat* pivotal 'Peneacol.News.. ., general reading :uu\\. reference, thall.ill. Cincinn'ill, ().' 9 23-tf THE BEST SHOE OITKEWOBLOFDBTHEMOtlEr.. N. S. PENN1NGTON, Traffic. MataKer. __" 0

; state, tiove'rnor'. FJower, of. that ... Alden's Cyclopedia! of history, recently .A genuine sesleo.,sewed IDIOOth shoe IDIlGe 1 that de1ble.t twit more rip,comfortablL flns u5

: s\:\e, declared tfov days 'ago:. "I Jack filter, a colored man from Thom- published. Every nati.m of the earth, A NEW; Eft.I ENGLISH 1014 at B&7l1ah::and Equals durable custom an made any other shoes Ihoe coating ever fc SUMMER

-: have. been, in pretty in.uch all sections usvillc:) met Gen.' ii'ii'd' Mrs. Lease ancient und modern is Irea L'l1'ill its HOLLER I COTTON. GINS from".Q."L'$ fland..ewedfnecaifilaoe. The RATES. ,
on the slump at Ga.. and the
: fif.. the. 'fitatp. Curing 'the, last bix tell'g'Hiptilc'reports say'he' coninleleltf ndd alphabetical order excepting only the Tin undersigned n& eut fur Plait urns eqv.easy and be durable impotted.hoes shoes ever costing 80111 THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN .

\\'tkS and, predict( that Cleveland ctW Ler'8 and Mrs Lena's! United :3 IIvicli( : is to form :i separulcwork. & Co.. will shl a Single Holler GIN with from 18 t12. AND FLORIDA B. R. i itt nowp
arguments.' 'loll have n ancient history as far I'nti-nt Crniikle sBclI9 $3 AO'Polleo Shoe.worn byfarmers add paring rates for the travel: out of Florida to all wbtck'- __
\riLL it by SO.UOO. majority. It eloquent nothingi Weaver cpuht not my I t an wrenches, others who want a good l\eaYJ caIf three summer resorts. ,
ok8 carry answer the Questions asked'y the crowd hack as H. C. 5004 anti. modern history nil complete delivered Savannah. Ga., soled extension edge.hoe.eAlr to walk.u WID will shortly be placed on sale : _
:: > as if the victories dry '
y democratic. and was completely. routed -tftnsacola.. down to A,. 1). 181)2) ; All countries arc HI $1.%; i..d Walrus Leather.eut in strips, keei&b8feeC Calf$!.!$and 8'.1,00 Wftk This line is the shortest and fastest out of Florida the'Wa41 _
of 1 89,6. and be carrying
lai woidd rejeatedtliis It. -tr.t. described in their physical aspects, i.s well! 1'11\11! cents per pound. Shoes wW lye more wear for the
New. f money'than&D.7 other make. They ore made for*er.TKse. India mail to all points west and! northwest. Trains arrive and de $
)' at\ Congressman Tim, Camp- iisLfctoiically. soyou havu equivalent! )I. POLLITZER.Bucltlen's The mciMslng sale show that worklnameQ y-
'of u book 'of travel's roiuut the world. lIu.rf2nI bare found thto out. from union depot in Palatka and Macon. Connection matte with alll Imet
\iell\\, of New York city, who. enjoysconsiderable W e deIUUU p Thett! i.i.leI Lai: bJ.lI : BOVft' S?. lUll Yoada..t.. School
r as a political. as unjust t.i ttie. ccmsum r of thern coLyItrr There ace uniny none for I Il Arnica Salve. I when. Shoe are worn by the boy. eYeI7. in Macon with the vestibule limited for the Carolinas, Virginia and tb

: VropTmet,recently p.utaiyn renKirked,. that '.'thedClIloClallc nUll kndhiIiI. IIMIUUUUU' tli' those l finery strict ion.yrnamenl.'Considering but all the helpful magnitude for in trusts coijibJnea and 'ti1ono oHes which I l ruis-s i KortM. ulcers, salt fever f
majorities New York : the work, its small! cost is IIstuvi!hin : ratMim. ninesKramade? &lMtb Dangels or flue calf as and) all points i north) and northwest. Sleeping )between Falatb
in. have )ppi'ei.sEt i d \lie 'p'cople. 'W'e"deiiiandflniincirtl sores, teller. cliipn| l |IIIKM: eliill-l-iiiis de8&ncL Tb are''T tyll h vwrfn>t J and,)ar : ears .
: (mngs, QueenV anti Hiclimond: oun. i rsiform.'aiiit..H; ena ctnieut'ofInws I,The entire history comprises about SO.OOOwordsequjvaleati. ) : iiirij x, lUll I all I skin. (eruptions ;iml posi- froml&.CX&olLOO.. '1'be.lSJDmoo4lluJacuatclai ideibiwbowWito ting and 1aeon.'l'raina leave as follows: Jalatka,5 40 a. m. and 8 15 p

Ikl r. ''':ilY pile iip ocrfO,Q O.". If that \\i\\\\ remove'lv( bujderis bfj(.the : ym will fine! !II) com JlvtJ.vuras pil.. "r no pay required. It &lletrtoo_;,J? till*ont. <-Jsem Hampton, 0 51 a. m. ami:9: 37 p. m., Lske City, 8 03 a. m. aOI.l10 55 p. _
relative tijlri lIn. III :luUI ten volume's; rf ordinary is irtiUced! *o. give pfrfr-t sutlsraetionof Cam**;W.L.DjTes'nsme sad the price to Traffic __
-'i. Mr. l is correct it': will inure people lotlie'existing'asriculluiul tamped on the,bcts Cf each shoe look for A. P.-KNAPP, Mcnager. JAMES
d pn' si.ri. and do full ftnd ample 1tid ice slZt.---Jiud'issuer. in two huidy vol l.1nI"r..rulicle1., Prif5 f"'Ut per when you Uuj. EsredeaIeTssttanptnzinsub.; tt WKN IK GeD." 5. _
; : : \\hc>iat<. for Cleveland l as New to the Tariuers: and ((itxirers of'o'urcouuI ; ; Utile io stnnli' f> >ypji. well suit Ij.xl: Fair ale l lov St.irki Drmr (%>. tra1ld1lleD'U4.IIIti 1IU&me D8keeforQem.towosesuthon BacIa sntiso uare

; 'ijorkhas: neyt-r gone": republican We tU-mitnd\ 't hat'cou 'ress shall'puss" h'arxdso'niely made. ai.d xold' iu clu.h 9'11'\ :: b7 Jaw forobW Scientific American O. w. Young S3

: '".<, ttie demoerat.K'majorities{ in s-uch la\\$ n-3 shall eclyilly prevent ihfdi'Hliug binding; fur ; P>r post.-igei'! : iT hy iii'ail; 1"" lU
those counties-""Mow the Harkinyridge iij-imiirea 1 uf all) agrjcultuhil and | I'alllln.1 Tr.ul IlorkM eohlAin..ll\lht all Patent W. HODGES.
". 'mechanical' l pro'duclions.''sl.rii"- gents"the'puUli'her eiMiiU, [p-islp lid a p ip er- l Iou.:".:' l1Itit2t4'sI f.lOD..t.: .\T"; FEI-:.. 'GENERAL BLACKSMITH:
,- as, 'it i is I..I', \\'n-ba.\'c'' 1 n- W'bt"8)"t'lcm' of proceihjrejn p truilk as shall biutultIIIUIUe of 1GU p.igcx. C ot.lnInisgthe' .:'v>0 '. e'Fl ll'C.I 01 1'c Ksrni u s '.\i EXT -
jregaied that iiinVple'c" bc\'cri.IIIIIIIIIU Oi1'a" ;." figure. se ire PIi"tODt cou'ichon. "nnf: mIflJXSiLgtuch : history theclmr.H-Le I; iviur *: I legCuSllhau, those mole from \V f1 b. : J.. WI8S & SONS' L -tD-" '. "___
y 1'b e deraocrats arc l 1ikewi6y, Cl.cnrate4 pimmalties its thdi! mectre 1x modt 'pbrf&tt : bjj whiii you can! judge* uf blr:1on :" ;
: of tile entire worn. Every home oiigiitt'() eu.l mode!, drainz or phot" with' PRACTICAL
C' a; the"reports. cot jJJ.llnce nith i1e 11l, .- tntc descrip WOOD
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iais, the 'next nipst importa'ut : rJlJ.lfcml1.; : charge L-ur f"'O not ttue till patent i*secured.
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Rtaty. Hie information: is ) ol tfiolruFruit ) ; act-iat.clienti I
A Little.Carl's Experience catalogue name-oi I in your state, county '
t.hai the Jcrapcra\M tber'v are'waging t. / Light HuM : lf. ( ; f' 1f.l!, "p igI: 'icil l !etsL: 'fir 't14sk- town' I&sin' \ iViAildress.. LesSth73hstpM '. COPYRIGHTS 'IS prepared to make or repair all kinds olj|
: 101 and Mrs." lovcrs.Isiat fur l cuts.3.4sf0) c. A. R .OW. & eo Tot Informnstien md I tree Handbook wrttA to iron tin or wood-work. lie will roau-
an a jjreBsivo"canpaigu\ \ ,' ilhl', r. Trescptt are keen- poslphici O p.J>* ntOfflJ.'t"V_ AS JXroq. I). c.t 0Ide JIt1HN" cu., 361 BaOADWAT, Nzw Yong.the .you a wagon or repair cofl:.' -'
on 6f tho J *". lijkht UOUHQ at Maul IJeach U. .lcicli. PI\\iier.. ,.; s'irett. tIareaG cnrliNi pateaU to America, your
rfju\Alca.I.IlOt} injpct any life Mich.,and are blessed with m"\1auxhtpr X \ ;,rk; Notice. t out by tie to browrtttbeferaRipans make jou.a plow or repair yOur buggy Vi _

; uito their mce ulh The 'recent an- (dur )'8I\ >'old. '.Ast Ajri1shecH'* takendowik I _,' ;I t Six mtnihs;: rftVr" dare,1 sTiIhpreiettnsysc- f pa b,$Uce given free Of CIb 1M UI shoe your horse or. sell )). a CbkagiMAerinutor. .

r notinccrrienthit'. I .: J.u.dse '. resh *m : with n>eas! st rolfowferiiv'h'I ; Tree.s. raiints tuiil:vouchers to the, Iloh XV'ii.1': ''.' :MairJinv Jtittitifi, Jmritaut.&rn -:
dreadful ot\glf&lid turning trito'fuvor.: county judt-e iu injl 3wO *:county ofMetltordand Now 31;. Farmer it :\.111 nay you tO
wi1Itc'for CJeveland! has also carijictt : ? ; \galii/ 9nll l ie utlepU i. li; !.-?.**" :' .
toctors a\home aiVd at tate of FlocbWi. aUrninintratorof find nut all about
Detroit z..j tbb it
treated windmill a* CfJV-t_____
3 'dismay into tli.rfpul'l :m her, but in nin. she grew worse raiiiaiv< : csiused.for ThMe u arelUda Ql.daewr7 bed. worW.8111eof11dly ftlatlGD OfaDy IIh1 leIentlfte. No Jll'llierIJl tile I he used foe any PIifPljSe.bnt w.iier i poWt .
to tlInet that 1 ieir or.ctr final Vettlcraeut and rial au4 InteUt.etlt
klpd, fIJI < auk. final 'warna
,'lncJ has sfd the democrats until she was a mere"handful of lx> s.",. can; \ 'for' : a .discharge The UidM man should be wltbo IL can I IH In. ______
: ca cheaper Ujari 'Uiey 9an'gjtt" such: stucfk'elscwlieni. r,9m. 5.11d...djn IstrtLtiop." are Uffcfijr enrred. It ii tho only'dt Mri 11.6& sIx m pth., WeekttfY 3t60 RJJt Wlipa.. yoa, am Ificull tOl _
L ;much joy, as it; is'!et that his action Theo and sh'e 4fter"lhe tried'Dr. King's New. DJscov- Lt-Con'te.; ; one'aml. I t\yo; ,. -' A." \\, BIDDLE; = : made,sad ewreed,!yai! .b 4 uiW.361. nro.q NewVoe NN",. CO, : and. Irani sj JI aahOl at' ;'(lcM"A no':
ery : use or two and a half pears I 1. ;- 'Adipiiiitrator.odjEQ :Sold by the Hantarara and I ilk.- a wn$ ) J h.uI IIf rcb.--
; 'L will change many'votes "in Indiana, bottles, wks completely cured. They sat years old; and 1 ijdffer ilybrjds"asjecijdty] Bopplr Tnda' : II : OIt.n" 10"SW

% his Lowe/ aud will' lJa\'e Dr.. Klnrf slew Discovery is worth its Also a large stock of shfublx.ry.: .'A maim Rzadford' Mo, 42, F. & A. M. '.ISfa. .'..! !'t Tabulcs baaisVRipahs I lij. i. 4\rtLIt. iNg \ f"JlJ'CJu' "
jjn-rt irifluencethfoughoat the weight in gold, yet von may get a trial can see what, he is buying before be'pays A" 11 Sunday"in"Wsdaynighfbf each month.'
'* '" "i coun- bottle free at Starke Drug Company's for it.: Grapevines of ] 'varieties: .ff W.'F. Ripans Tabulcs_cure livor troubles. ''
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J.'{ 'JII;nUt week will tell the people all about it. In the meantime the people, are invited to call and inspect the stock. All '. I.-c.,' .1'f'_:t <,' _U th .

Jldih.: goods and at the daytt .
very lowest prices. .
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.. COUNTY Red is all the fashion. M. C. L. H. B.:
TELEGRJAPH.i. Says. Commissioners' Proceedings.The .

," = Mrs.\ J. N. Jone; of Tampa, is in The great agony is over, and the triumphant board of county commissioners met H J JOKES in : .I ,
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the city. "democracy stands over its prostrate in tegular session at the court house on .
i. Starke. Fla., Oct.. U,.18M. foe still offering the band of fellowship October 3d. at 10 o'clock a. m.. membersall It I ,

: Hire your teams of J..YV. Alvarez and inviting tLem to return to the present. The chairman called the

.r Xocal. affiairs.I :& Co the liverymen. I fold. That many of them' will do so is meeting to order and the minutes of the 25 Years Behind the Counter. with ( \.

beyond a doubu They were simply misled last meeting were read and approved. led off = -
buy inferior flour when The weather clerk is good to the '
Why you designing men to futlhor their own On motion. Mrs. Katy Frazier was the
UwCt t Home at the dear people this week. :
can get same selfish ends, and now that the excitement placed upon the invalid monthly pay roll of a &

price at Heiberger & Richard. "Mr.; H. S. Walker, of Jacksonville 13'over and they have time for sober second and paid $2 per month. The monthly longs & ,

Oar line of ladies' black silk umbrella was in the city this week. thought, they will return to their old allowance of Mrs. Bowen was raised to$3 Shoes, Clothing, ladles' Hats, six ter. '

cannot be surpassed. party fealty wiser and better men. That and that of Israel Byrd to $10 per month. stroyed .

Truby, Sternburg & Co. Mr.Sheriff-Elect Rivera' Johns is clerking in third partyism is a dead issue so fat a* The tax books for 1892 were received Trimmed and Vntrinmed,. Bat :
dry goods store.
: All kinds of hauling done promptly : the Southern states are concerned, U nowa examined and approved by the board anda

.at ). W. Alvarez & Co/s',stables. Mr. Geo. Adams, of Jacksonville, settled fact, and any intelligent man copy ordered filed in the clerk's office. Thomson Glove-Fitting Corsets.

Domestic and New Home sewing was on the streets Thursday. who will dismiss, all prejudice and sit The bills presented by P. 8.Crews and big&e

,.cbinesforsa1eby down to a careful review of the present E. Jonas for recapturing Teston and Will craft" : .
Truby, Sternburg & Co. Mr. W.B. MeKinney, of Palatka, campaign its objects and aims aa set Wright were, on motiou. indefinitely DRY GOODS! .
is in the city for few postponed. taking
days. -
Jacksonville forth in the different party platforms and
Send your consignments John W. Kellum. county treasurer :
to the Florida Producer's Tourists will not come South until the utterences of the third party leaders turned into the hoard f 3,800 of railroad DRY GOODS! eight : .

und Consumers Exchange.: tfpon't after the November election. will rise with the firm conviction that it is bonds received from W. M. McIntosh, Jr.,
treasurer of the internal improvement .,
his duty as an American citizen and a
forget that we are head- J. W. Andrews and R. M. Alvarez, true Southern man to vote the whole democratic fund of Florida under the act for the re tion..

quarters for James Means' shoes. paid a visit to Jacksonville on Tues j I ticket at the November election. lief of bonded counties; also coupons N. J. Jones' big own.
amounting to $45 interest paid bonds.
Truby, Sternburg & Co. day. There is only one ground upon whichone on
The bonds and But
coupons were received
account for the statements which
THave tried Sweet Home flour? examined and ordered filed in the ity to
you clerk's:
lIrs.V.. H. Mahone is her the third party leaders are making regard-
having office stock is in
tales increasing day. the
he are every ing the breaking of "the solid South" ,
The best trade uses it. For sale by home on Walnut street painted and and that is that they count on the ignorance The treasurer also presented his quarterly Hull,
Heiberger & Richard. fixed up.Mrs. of the people of the West and the report ending September 30th, 1892. in '
_ which
was examined and approved. The of everythingthat
Northwest regarding the Southern situa ing and a
School books and stationery-new E. Strong and :Miss Kittle tion. They cannoexpect any intelligent warrants taken up by him were comparedwith faira'W

stock-at Morgan Bro'a.Ask arc expected to return this week to man to believe such palpable misstate- the auditer's books, amounting to well

I C Webb for cards, stencils, spend the winter. ments. Only a few rainbow chasers followers motion.$1,559.43 were and burnt found in to the bo presence correct and of ,the on his customers as
bad idea that
of Weaver ever an
etc., of the Florida Producers' and I Mr.\ Murphy, representing Reuse, he could carry a single Southern state. beard. :
Consumers Exchange.: If Third this has The following accounts went presentedand whole
purtylsm in county Useless to
Hempstone & Co., of Baltimore, was ordered want.
Job printing of all kinds at the in the this week. taught the democracy a wholesome object paid: as,
city revolt Pauper monthly allowance. 16100 Ez
lesson. The loaders of the are men
I TELEGRAPH office. W. O. Clyatt,building Swift Creek bridge, 7X75 J
who have been honored and trusted by I W. W.TWnoon ... what all ship
Mrs. has had substantial county 8.W
N. J. Jones has 800 Crosby cemetery Kelley a the party. We should profit by this les-1 I E. E.Wills repairs on bridge_............._ .75 you these
lots for sale. coragated iron roof put on her residence son and be more careful in future whom J.Rimes,repairs on bridge...._. 1.75 ;

=I \ Write to the P. fc C. Exchange on Main street. we honor and forever drop the foolish J.N.R.C.Williams Wainright,county, compiling commissioner.agricultural..... 10.80 he sells all with
plan of electing men to high; political positions statistics.-.... 4375! you
Jacksonville, for market prices be. The F. C. & P. railroad is having for expediency or to placate some J.S.Roaster et al., laying out new publicroad Africa. .

fore you ship elsewhere. tf ten new cars built at t.hh.Green. particular section or clique. Let us here- J.W. Andrews., horse 1200 B'OO

. Hew line of low shoes just receiv- Cove Spring car works. after choose men for their fitness for the N.O. Wainright,asaesbing; taxe*............. 428 02 know. When this this
position and loyalty to party and let expe- J. B. Crews, county commissioner. JiOO
d. de at Truby, Sternburg fc Co. James demons, repairs on bridge......... 330 weDt
.. Professor McDonald reports schoolin diency go to dogs. W.T. Weekadeedrecord...... .........._. S3.00
We make returns on day of sale. excellent condition I: was grieved to learn during the late W.T. Weeks,index to deed record........ 2.25 enterprising mer-
1 P. & C. .J ackson ill an with over canvass that some of my articles published U. N. Richard, guardinejail.... .......... .23.75 ,
FL Exchange v'
200 in attendance. L C.Webb.publlahinc election .
pupils in the TELEGRAPH were not regarded notice etc., 24 CO
(I. W. .... been
_ by the third partyites in the proper W.T./Weeks Clyatt, express county commisttoner on books.... ...... 80.80 1.40 chant justly says tance
.t .. ONE MILLION BOXES of oranges A great deal of cotton is being light. The sensitive beings who objectedto Jacob Varnes.burial expenses of pauper.. SAW
wanted Burton K. Barrs hauled into town, but not in quantities the printing of these sketches would, it J. W.Kellum county treasurer.......... 2421 longed
"j. by ,
.7. G. .
Alvarez rent for armory... .. JJBO sail set
Jacksonville. like it was last year. appears from the tone<< of their remarks. J.B.Johu..dAmagestobone.......... 4.30 his is the
much prefer to read about the cholera. I G.V.. Young,making ballot boxes....... &25 her
All! summer goods at reduced Mr. Albert Gnosspelius has been know that the TELEGRAPH regrets thkt Morgan Bro,,stationery and books....... 74.05 ates
W.T.Weeks,clerk and auditor............ 45.45
this is so, but as a great educational journal the
; Truby, Sternburg & Co station this
prices. appointed at
place W.
agent T. WEEKS
it cannot refrain from disseminatinguseful to her
Peaches, grapes, berries, vegetables vice J. P. Hester, resigned. information merely because certain Clerk and auditor. LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE eighty

etc., and oranges in season. superscnsitive citizens do not like the BeEtBEE'8 WINE OF ORDUI for Weak Nerve d
tf P. & C. Ex., Jacksonville. Mrs. Livingston has gone to Jacksonville character of the information. As for the
f-t to remain some time with propriety of such publication the verdictof In this on the
The TELEGRAPH will be sent to her daughter, Miss Kate. the people at the palls on the 4th inst.. County Treasurers' Report. But :
i. address for ftl a year. settled that question. rPO the Honorable Board of County Commls- of the
any _
-No, trouble to get your money Cotton is coming to town quite I met lluj. J. L. Hill on the morningafter undersigned..I sioners of treasurer Bradford,of County said,county Florida: begseare The place, he backs up
the election and his salututioa. to make the riere.:
this week. The following report on account
wben you deal with the P. & C. Ex lively growers are "Hallo, old fellow; I am beaten. but of proper and special funds, for the quarter two..,
change. tf getting about 4! cents for it. sate shows ending September 80th.1802:
i thank God the state ticket is his assertion with The '
To am't on hand an per last report -
LADIES, ask for the true democratic gnt. Combinations setts.
The S. L. I. A. will meet regularlyeach $1 09320
WORD'S may occasionally down such men but July 6,, 'In Am' rec'd of M.
IflNE Monday afternoon at Mrs. cannot keep them down. I hope all of U. Hale Co. Cur..... 100.00 by the
! FITTING Sternburg's home until further no the defeated candidates will take iL as July Hale 6,road'82-Am't tax In rec'd Cur.of.M.M. BO.OO several good and the fire,

ft GOT WEAR tice. philosophically as docs our friend Joe. July 11.'IIit-Am'trec'dofW.D. '
In view of the recent death of the third Bloxham Co.Prop.In Cur.... 632.23 I
at Truby. Sternburg & Co I offer the true account July 11.'ftl-Am't rec'd 01 W.D. substantial rea board,
Fine horses and carriages at J W Mr. and Mrs\ T. A. Knight returned party. following Bloxham special in Cur...... I1S.OII8rPt.
of its death and burial in Bradford she
CI,'SZ-Am't rec'd of M. M.
last aftpr all
Friday seeing
. Alvarez &; Co. county: Hale Co.Prop.In COCO ly used
the fights Washington and New Who killed the third party! Sept.0.'n-Am'&rec'JJofM.M. sons. .wp.w'1
e JW Hodges has a large stockof, York. I. says the man of labor. .. Hale Co. special in Cur..... &>.00 into
*. clothing that he is bound to sell. With the farmer my neighbor. By com warrants.turned orer to Co. The
We killed the third party. $
; Call and see it., Miss Laura Murrhee and Mr. Cash on hand to !. 429.0J: nage
all he has served
J. Who saw it die -- First of guns !
OLD RIP TOBACCO. Henry King were married at the Abe,Martin and Jerry, SI.I88..JV!
!! Of
home of the bride's Saturday Saw it die in a hurry. :
: 1 .'_ He'll_.chew this brand, who never last. parents Yes they saw It die. To cash on hand bro't down..$ 420.06 behind the dry goods counter eels '

ned before, Who dug the gnrefMeKinney BOND FCXDS. victory .
Gaskins and Ward- I To am't on band as per last report sion on
. it
- naving bought once, comes Our merchants have all received TheJob wasn't very hard. .$1.013.59 and is concededto
back for more. big stocks of goods this seanon. They t dug the grave. Julr.'."'t rec'd of M.M. for 25 years,
Hale naval
Sold by Truby, Sternburg & Co. They are evidently expecting a good Who are the chief mourners i July 11,"91-To am't rec'd of W. 00.00
the belief
The Repubs.who put up gold ..._.
I Bloxham C8.53 be the keenest buyer that
If due winter trade. But themselves sold.
you are anything on your : Sept. 6, '98-To am't rec'd of M. was so
subscription to the TELEGRAPH .,. They're the chief mourners. I II M. ._... 80.00 bad
The largest persimmon so far this Who'll toll the bell By coupons turned over to Co.
will take oats, corn, fodder, potatoes The coutty is full I 4W50 goes to the market. her.
,chickens, eggs or anything else season was raised by ye editor on Of men who will pull. I To cash on band to Bal....... 730.69 That :

,' you want to turn off, and allow full Kingsley lake, and weighed just To Of the ring third the knell party's farewell. r 81,198.12 jl.192.12 Second. His long experiencein der
twenty ounces. -
t market price. tf Who'll write the epitaph? I Ta cash on hand brot down. .$ 728.62J. victory

Try our cigars, we have the best The building boom in our city has I And, says the M.whole C.L.,story I'll tell ._____Treasurer Bradford. W. KCU.UM County. the business gives him a WM BrasU.a -
assortment in the city. eased off for a little while. There I'll write the epitaph, I lost

Truby, Sternburg & Co. ,will be considerable building going And here it is: 10 WINE OF CARDU1' a Tonic Women. part of .

I A full line of James Means celebrated on this winter.Mr. Here lies Martin. Abe and Jerry I Married, superior knowledge of what the the ] .
Democracy the three did bury; I I
shoes for men and boys at I moved Gabriel may blow UU be bursts his horn At -the residence of the bride's father. so
J. P. Hester to
But they'll ne'er know the,resurrection morn. ,
Truby, Sternburg & Co. Evinston, on the Florida Southern JI. C. L. Rev. L W. Kicklitcr Ions Clay county trade needs, and where and i iI of be good

Cedar Rpy at Meachams Florida. October 5th. 1893. Miss Barbara I
oysters railroad, giving up his position as Try BLACK-DRAUGHT teaforDysppsIi.Teachers' : -
.: and E. Kickliler to )lr. Jose|>h E. Conway, BOTTOM : nery
every Wednesday Saturday, until agent at thi. place. how to get it at ROCK for, as
Institute. Rev.[ Charles Conway officiating.
further notice
; 35 cents a quart, t [
: 20 cents a pint. Work will commence on the new The following. is the program of the Sunday School Uiiiou. PRICES.

,FOE SALE-One Herring fire-proof railroad within ten days, the preliminary Bradford County Teachers'.Institute to beheld To the Baptist Churches and Sunday Schools left. '

4* aafe. Apply to.1\1r8.\ M.\ A. Read, work being about over. So at Lake Butler November 5tb 1892: Within the Bounds of the New River Baptist was -,
Burrin House, Lawtey, Fla say those who are supposed to know. 9:30 a. m. Exposition of best method Association-GKCETUCO: send Third. He carries the nicest :
of teaching color Mrs. A. Jones. You arc requested to delegates In "

Our line of millinery and fine The ladies of the Episcopal church 10 to 10:30 a. m. Reports of teachers the missionary and Sunday school union made : ; .
Velvets -
Dress Goods Silks
with the Antioch line
convening Baptist of ,
dress will on the on the grading of their schools. -
goods is very complete, and all give an oyster supper church in AJacbtia county on Friday frigate
10:30( : to 11. Lecture-Subject: Ap-
we ask w that you give ns a look Monday night next after the fifth mental teaching in history and 23th inst, for the purpose of perfectingand Old
i month which will be plied ge snid and plushes for this mar- called
before you buy. Our prices are Sunday in the ography. ratifying organization for mission

right and quality superior.Truby ) the 31st inst. 11 t? 12. Discussion of school troubles and Sunday bchool work. :
& Co. and their remedied. ket consequent the trade when } ;
Sternburg Mrs. James Miller died at her residence 1 p. m. to 2 p. m. Discussion-Subject: 13th. 92.-21 Moderator. event ,

f In dress trimmings we have every. in this city on Friday night Best method of teaching children. concentrate _.I1tH'WINE OFCOBOUI for fe.. c di....... put
:. thing.that is new and stvlih.Sterirg! last and was buried Saturday morn- their minds upon their studies. comes to him for nice goods. tennial
Appointees, Oscar Cone J. P. Bennett, L. \
and Flue Milk Cows
She lady a
Truby, & Co. ing. was an elderly
a J. Knight, J, E. J. Woinright, R. T. I
Mr. J. Charles Richard Jr. will return A
---- native of Illinois. Dowling. : Fourth. financial standing
_, I
I 2 to 2:30 p. m. Essays-Subject: The I next week with a lot of fine milk and butter The
crs.-EE::: The Bradford County Guards right way to win the love and respect of cows from Georgia. Mr. Richard IIIIJ.lI i ly ,
b continue to hold their regular Monday children. Appointees Miss Kathrine spent tho last two weeks selecting enables him to buy direct and -

p. night meetings. They. are a Cook Miss A. Leitner, Miss Eula fliers these cows for their superioi quality.. by :

finely drilled company and have Mrs. S. A. Coleson. Miss Ellen Davis. Any person wanting a good milk cow will from the manufacturer and fan
; received much deserved praise. 2:30 to 3 p. m. Best method of teaching find it to their advantage tn call on
fractions nnd compound proportion. Messrs Heiberger & Richard this city for rets of .
!Miss Mollie Frink, of Lynchburg, Appointees T. B.-Ilartig.-no T. Dowling.S. further information. strictly for cash and thus put.
: G.; Burcctt. W. W. McDonald Mitch !
I Va., has:accepted a position as milliner Jla.-kee. Orlando Reporter: Clarence Hicks, four of

in J. G. Alvarez's store. She 3. to 4 p. in. Disscussion-Subjec: The while wheeling on Ormand beach con- ting him in touch'with the importer are ,-.
i3 a niece of Mrs. W. H. Mahoae public schools and our duty (as teachers) ceived the idea that the wind which was off the

'8pi-. and is !stopping with that lady. to Mitch Markee. R. T. Dow Ian g. I. H. with the coast line. could be made to take and manufacturer, mak- a '
, 1tM.;=:'..._v There is a rumor that the late Johnson Thos Dekle j; L. Hill. A. 8. him and hU wheel wong) in its course. tricity.
ITS 1'LAINLY BLUFF Candidate Baskin will organize the Donaldson L. J. Knight. He thctcfore concluded to try the zpcrimcnt. -
: for Every teacher is earnestly requested to Not having a sail he used an him the only middle man
aiixtini'to pretend to M.r ools remnants of the third party into a attend the Institute. No pains will be umbrella instead opening and holding it "

asc1icii.yaH| we do. A If-: ",'u, of survivors' association if he can mus- pared to make the Institute both practical so as to catch the wind. In this manner said
purcha ,'r kU'Hthat unr: ,.ices ter a quorum between now and and profitable to the teachers and their he went severel miles down the coast at between the consumemnd man bsnd.
work. the rate of eight or ten knots in hour and
defy rival y and that nil our -ouds Christmas.Mrs. school ".&
touch ; Our superintendent. J. L. Hill after ; that. too without touching the pedals.
the "
: tup notch in point of Fannie Martin Williams diedat investigating the feasibility of holding the Strange to relate when he turned back, .ufacturer. ft, be
quality. Generally speaking low 'Mon Institute at Providence, finds it to be en- by an ingenious method of holding the other :
prices and poor quality\ are Siamese. her home in Kentucky on tirely impracticable and orders me to umberella so as to take the best advantage :
; twins !>at.can't be separated. day"of this week. She ,had been ill announce its meeting to be at Lake Butleron of wind'8 force sailed! nearly all the way

To give tr.\.lc a for some time. Her mother, Mrs. November 5th. 1863. back against a quartering breesc. lie .

I will offer g'ads'Cry now low.impetus Give we UNTawl J. R. Martin, of! ., was in F. O. SCHELL. says be II going to rig a Mu'on his wheel. .

\\..STKRXBunq as clerk in Chaa. Eusey'a store. \ ..
& Co. .
The S.: K L A. are trying to raise Strength and Health. ; (

McElrc,', Wine" of money to improve their city park. ;Mrs. Joiners' sister MUa Ornival It YOU are not feeling. Mtrong and .; .. : !:
w Cardu Every person should not only be Patterson, from Smithville, Ga., wiU healthy try Electric m...... 11 la grippe :
THppQRr s left weak and ,. ,Electric !
use ;
has weary
a-ri willing to assist the ladies, but the winter in the city with I <<
&ale1 the spend Bitter This remedy acts dlJ'8t'1tlyQliyor L
UOWing .m rd\ar.t1S, ; :should offer to do so. To persons )Irs. Joiner. ,stomach and kidney, gently r : .. .- :.... .' :'-: '. I \
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who are unable to, offer money contributions aiding those organ to perform I ." \
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STARK: DRUG II tanotiofU. If afflicted with sick ,
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w. the ladies will gladly George- seem to.enjoy I ;
\ YOUNG. IIAn pioiis, beadaobe; yon will find apeedy and permanent .
4 NO.A. KING lke Butler. I accept labor. 'l'heyare determined yourself pretty: well in my company relief by taking Kleetric Bitters. i

ftttBaff&La\\"t"7 W\ereV to give Starko a city park and they on't 10u?" Ethel**Yes; you doi One trial will convince you. that. this_U .' : ::Y/"H:/ (
the remedy need. Large botUonly
I will surely succeed. No such word i very well on a (queeze. -New York you .
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-- exercispromise clan tin g out such large areas. 'They wIlt Sam's Big Gun. cWa Atc .- .
the s
BUDGET and In some-of the schools FIELD lR

FLOllIBA'hRE of an unusu lly interesting GROV AND GADE find by experience that a small field .will There Is one side of the arctic regions

I be state su- 'pay them much better.. I would say that of the was slippedover attention paid
_ aDd instructive character. The last _jackets which has never ba due
on this subject. i the breech of.the great thirteenincngun is medical and ra
p rIDtendencrcular and Interesting Notes on Agriculture containing 8 to 5 per cent of ammonia. 7 few days ago, t it and tat haiknOWn whlt p"roils

: : Contate Variety ol! !Interest! aMEnterlainiim make many IUlgtionl arranging gives numerous : an to 10 per cent of phosphoric acid, available -. sad ihe at the immense nay yard piece a of ordenance i aide. consumption'but Platz In th
pro- do in
County 8ui>erintrident Buch- Horticulture for and 4 to 5 per cent of potash applied now Hearing completion. The work cold can of the arctic circle \ '
air and Faints wblcU
Topics! ;
Readers iv1ng
: gm Hillsborougb, in calling the attention Ford in small doses from the time plants one of more than usual interest and every can live. The only illness qtl r,bo Jron.andbumoff;

of the teachers to this very import begin to grow unt they are one ye-tr step is being carefully watche by ioxiois germ whaetvcr which at- T Ring.Su store the constimerjinis Pollstj la Brilliant for,noUa1Mvtvmw Odor-i
Speaking of onions the TimesUnionin ole% using;,one per acre the first,year, at of any consequence bul et. te ad
inspector charge eer prba
tant matter, : Captain wt
says whaler an explov \pckae .
_ : Governor Firming has appointed A. Exercincs pertaining to and developing the a recent issue says: "A Georgia exchange and in November before the plants show 1 the Smpon.. will be the largestever tk i many 01 .

D. Stephens councilman from ward 8, historical occurrence*connected with Columbusaad shows that a great deal of moneycan signs of frit a half ton applied per acre made in this country. Fifteen inch safe prophecy yachts bfore wi tur

of should be prepaid, be made in that State by erowi > the ground the of cast are passed steam
-' Jacksonville! and John B. J--nes prosecuting hifttojrtKO diacorery gonions. betwen were made during the war years with cargo
" w. together with a number of national and patriotic And there be Florida and worked in will far bet- guns and to the north every summer
attorney of the criminal court of further exerdMS si cia in plants yield iron, but they were smooth bore* and the people wi ... '
Snch cheated
1k record, Penstcola, vice J. E. Young, eongs u the and atbL ace fit and appropriate as ba been demonstrated by Editor E. ter results.than ,.cither -cotton seed meal from any point'of view, except in regard ,of the weak tbat Datur'i' icehouse is \,

be such a O. Paint And others! Of course thereis or blood and bon I have found from calib.T they were when understand batb. .<'
resigned. may to insignificant than
i celebration ph Prprt'O calculated lu: petry: about the ouion as five eil' that the' largest compared with the gun now on late more healthy place vapor
txprient i
Mrs. toprooaoUloreof country and,excite : but for-persons who yield of the result of modern -Idler. >_
The Orange City Time says: abut orange I at the navy yard. This stl

: Gorton H ley bill a scuppernong grapevine ptlti pride and feeling in the minds and caie"t'mix poetry with business, liberal fertilizing, and pineapple plant fie is made of thirteen separate pieces of rkabe: Sapphire. Bilefie&nsSmall.

,. that covers 3,000 square feet. It is the children and people of FIO d.ow tho esculent bulb offers a like to hare phosphoric acid and potash metal exclusive of a complex cra.I A Rem
i that Qovenor Fleming good resource for making a living "whilewniting well supplemented withan *
twelve year old. Lust year : yielded as as ammonia consists of central tube

374 quarts of choice grapes; this year it his proclamation making October the 2t-t a for the grove to come Into bear- abundance of cultivation. are fhruuk bands f of jackets of various Among the crown jewels is a magnificent figure }1

has done better, 450 quarts having been i. public holiday and unite appealing with the to schooU people : ing." shapes. The joints are so exactly matched sapphire representing a femae stone i
fr it in addition to those eaten generally "WITHOUT TRANS- that the to be but one enveloped in drapery. '
picked m it is CABBAGE CULTURE gun appears of BTJIous Attacks Sick.Headache "t
commemorating this event, high circumstance Guaranteed to cure
by birds, chickens and visitors aggregating ORANGE'PEE OIL PLANTING. piece of'metal. Its total length is near- represents two tint, a ad- and Constipation. 40 in ;
doubt more. These time that the mater were taken up in A Riverside man has just succeeded in feet its diameter at the breech which the ar'ist has skillfully taken bottle. Price 25o. For sale b druggists ..]
c*,: no fifty quarts circular to the Hills- Of all the crops raised_.on the farm ly forty dark and ,
grapes have found a ready market at Duval county. extracting from eighteen pounds of mucn'on naturally rich is'an inch more th'in four feet and it tapers to make the woman 7"and sample dose free. ;

i eight and ten cents a quart. borough tethers just quote presenisjthe and the oranue peel oil in'the proportion of fifty land none depends The soil is a deep, to a thickness of twenty-one inchesat the dupery light. The most remlrk"ble I7.17 SMITH A CO. Proprtiton, HEW KttC :

outline briefly and pounds to one ton of peel. Orange oil is a bet such the muzzle. When finished, the gun production of this kind is an engav- .F
: black loose loam well drained, .
of ,
ingenuity and originality .teaher a valuable commodity, it:being worth $7 a hundred and fifty a .
Florida Institute 'of the smaller will weigh neary one ed sapphire representing
The school at the is found in the ,
year round out a valleys Chelus.
and readily pro
for the Deaf Dumb and Blind' at 8t. pupils These can celebrations are' to a lund.-'A ton of peer will yield oi to streams. It is plowed in the Ml, eight eight thousand pounds. It r of cabinet
( gram. b the of an of ton
V1u o.r $300 profits in lands: The more than a quarter a I is in the Strc.zz
Augustine began on l'*st Monday morn throughout the public schools ('r ten inches deep, narrow discharge '
: ; general industry will ,doubtles prove satisfactory to load this rifle for one .
ing. The pupils will find many changes the entire country from ocean to auand the founder. this it fi st ten days of April is our time for powder to -
to connection
as to neatness and comforta tending to from lake to Of' course the I also sowing the s.ed. The ground is harrowed but that quanity i expected sized boy LOTT Pown. i
bo said that blossoms
r improve the condition of thing Thebuildings school IH. most populousand I may orange only to level it, as the action of hur a shell a tall a a god. Pretty
: ,
aUlhnrite yield valuable product. The facilitiesfor a distanceof the
have been treated to lots 0 in Florida' 0 frost during winter has reduced it to the Ind weighing 1,100 First Boy-"There goes "j.
-cr progressive county utilizing the by-product of our fruit marked off twelve or thirteen miles, at the extraordinary CUES in school.
whitewash etc. The in f fineness of ashes. It is then down, meanest
present this mat-
.j 1 .- dications are, paint that,the number of atten- are not going to b behind in orchards time soon bring, and whenestablished three feet each way with a corn marker.Wih velocity of 21,000 feet per sec Second boy-"What did he do?" .:(.

t. ter. all fruit not fit for shipmentin is drawn at ond. Close at hand this shot would "! stole his lunch, an' he the
soil .
dants this year will greatly exceed C a hoe enough .up First Boy- I ;
: that of former years;indeed, it is quite The FlerU B.". its natural state can be profitably crossmark to make a small, fat hill; penetrate 26 2-3 inches of solid steel,from andat went an' told th' teacher instead o' stealing' ,I ha.d., i.
:1 utilized in other and half "
-- likely that the superintendent, Professor From T Wut D. C.Star. ways.-Ex. a little above the general level A a'diance of a mile a such somebody else's. ;,, :,
is about '
Caldwell will be compelled to refuse Union veterans in dozen seeds are dropped on and the gun, a a ;
of Colds most :
result ex- .
with A the ,
of the of that state is OTUHGE PS CES. down the foot to bring the guns can be sighted and A COI"p.&e.t .were'
admission to some as tho capacity Florida, department pressed by of Griffith nine
the building is limited to about fifty. naturally very proud of the showing of Mr. M. P. Turner, secretary of the seed in close: contact with the soil, no in marine wafare, the shot would J.N.-Te factory ot Chicago town and has four raUSSads client success. I have taken it myself --";

The recent school census of the state, by twenty-two posts with over five hundred Florida Fruit Exchange on request of the covering being necessary. A day or still have vitality sufficient to s mash one a complete belt line,of and this two growing fuelonpipeTmes. for Throat Troubles, and have; .-'c

1.. commander Florida and Fruit Grower' above the through the sides of a ship covered with A full de ription iw derived good results :F ; ;
Superintendent Russell, has been instrumental member The department Dispatch two before the plants appear few can urobably be had by adrein thefo" : .
-i t in locating many deaf or blind J. DeV. Buzzard, was captain of kindly furnished that piper with the following ground we pass twice through the rows- 21 1-2 inches of steel armor. Very first town rounder Jay A.Dwiggin*.&Co. therefore recommend my ;

I_ children who were previously unknown C1 Seventy-ninth Pennllvnia and >tables, showing the avenge prices with a small tooth cultivator as close a such ships are afloat. This i the nded others to attend to your bors as an excellent remedy in"such '2

:. to the managers of the institution. lieutenant colonel of received by the Exchange for early and possible, without throwing any soil on of twelve such guns that are inte of the business When you don't allow be surprised I the result a cases. James T.: Durette, Earlysville -:.r

vania National Guard. He "'&on the late shipments of oranges for three seasons the hills. This can be easily done, a for new battle ship the turrets built not exactly as you epct' ._ Va. Beware of -';
on ,
A Crreetl p'alns in Colorado from 1867 to 1870. which we reproduce here: the tracks of the maiker serve as a battle ship being Indigestion, and tOIXaCh dealer'wh' '

k* With reference to the recently published He had an Indian fight at Ft. Hayes in iLseN 1889 AND 1890. guide. the Pacific coast. When finished, itsconstruction Tom Dspsia Iron Bltt ra. The Best offer you "something gn '

4 reports coceerning the Orange Belt Railway 1867, and was in the railroad riots at Ocobr. 189..Gros.$2.S2 Net, $2.34 The second cultivation i given when will have occupied made six ''onlclt; builds the muscle system. cleans A splendid the Riced tonic Always insist on having

the Gate Chronicle in ,.. 2.27 1.51 inch and shouldbe months, but better time can be the German ..
City of the an high,
.: company citizens Monongahe- plants are and debilitated Syp.
Pittsburgh Te December, 18S9....; I 1.98 1.2 with other of this caliber. for weak prnA "t
.i ;t a recent issue says: City! ., presented him witha January, 1890..... 2.41 1.6 crosswise of the first plowing, once in guns his desire for,a wife
i .
; "We are reliably informed that the press February. 2.18 be man advertises
sword for his services 18. The field should thoroughly YOU the
r dispatch from New York published recently bntlful he March, ...... 2.5 1.75 a row. time the Lightning Prints. "Pretty nd entirely ignorant of fat"'V.rld' .
4 in the daily nempapen, which referred to the trouble During the war April, 1890..*..;:. 3.2 24 cleaned of weeds by the plants .Fair Albums !;

. action taken at a recent meeting of the bond served on staff duty after the battle of SEASON 1890 AND 1891. are two inches high. Discretion must of H.Jt D.AND '
is class pro-
holders the Orange Belt railway, U mislead Perryville, K,. Having lost an arm in October,1890.......Grs. $ .4 Net. $2.42November be exercised in thinning the plants. If There a which is well worthyof dlVXH AWAY TREWORLO'S BV THE FAIrt HOn)OSOY. n i

ing in o far ai it reflect on the management. that engagement, he was offered a good 1890... ".' 2.18 cut worms are numerous the hills shouldnot duced by lightning An elegantly bound album of the '* r "', '
0 A of the bond and stock ho'.dcn! .. 2.C1 2.1 attention, but of which little i yet the C. H. & "
large majority until the been imbltshwl by
in the reserve but remained Dpmbr.1890..... thinned to one in a place Fair views has 4. -,.f-
'- foreclosure position 170 b We with the-->Ionon,
for :
has united in the present action a cor but at known; wo refer lightning prints. I'.which, in connection \
be in active service the sur February 1891 ... 2.2 are four or five inches high, AN orId's Fair Rov.tefrpmCincinnati
in order that at a reorganizition my unt plant all acquainted with the peculiar action forms the j opular : h"
2 effected for the benefit of the road and if such render. He was one of youngest officers ;. Mh.1891..?.......... I I 2.15 2.2- ." 131 1.4 no should they b allowed to crowdone are of light imbued with to J' The album address is ft by work E.O.of
be sent
4 a meeting hat been held it mutt have been in the army, having been born in Aprl.1,Llt reason fruit ran 1r/e and puffy. another in the Some hills will of silver upon other papers chemical preparations art McCormick and will,O. P.and T. Agt.any,C.H.& D.Cin- !t

competed of a mull minority of bondholder, ia He is a, son. of be wholly missing. These should b salts or clnnati O- on receipt of ten cents in stamps.incidentally 11
who bare not been familiar with the recent history Pennsylvania 'lS. REASON 1891 AND sensitive to its influence, by which it in r.oied that the double dally
r, or condition ot tbe railway. The charge the late Hon. T. \ and brother September, 1891..Gro.s 'Net,$1.61 reset from the thinnings, selecting the of surroundingobjects are Pullman safety vegtibulvd trains,with dln. .il

of mismanagement, etc..does not apply,therefore of Col. O. W. Hazzard, past department October, 1891.... $ 1.75 stc.ckiest plants that come up with good images fixed cars between Cincinati.Indianni-olis -.,
... 1.00 and elegantly upon and Mon- ,
if at He has November, 1891.. 1.7 oftener cabb, is cultivated permanently cairo, are rcn only, a C.H.& 1> -
to the present administration, but, commander of roots. The ige
: Pennsylvania. December 181)2) ...... .90 lightning flash now and houte. See tbat your tickets to the \N orld's L ,1
1.7 a on
" k t- all,to a previous one U tbe basin of the rtsided in Florida, for fourteen years, January, IRC r...... '. ..98Febrarr.l& the better will be the crop. The ground paper. Wel. similar result the Fair read via the C. l&1). : ,
N". put thryears, with entire approval of the .... and mellow to a again produces a upon : t
.8 loose
.,. and is the owner of a fine orange .. 1.5 be kept
now ... should 31. .
touches. Pcey
._ : mij3riIy of stockholder larch.189 .. '. 2.1 1.3. of four or five inches. Twenty thing or person it Tie Only One Ever Prl.ted.C : 1
grove.T. Apr.IIt.. ... 2.5 depth who has treated the subject of lightning WORD?. -
_: .," 8. Wilmarth, assistant adjutant- lay.18........ 2.05FLOB1DA times is not too often to) cultivate! cab- YOU rIND advertisement In
twt nty-four
!>.. Than O..U..l' three prints very fully, mentions There a display 1f
has been instrumental in for the best results. Two or I two
so bage has no
L. B. Wombwell, commissioner of general, who cases of impressions on the bodies of men this this week which wor
: building the order of his state, is a TOCACCO. hoeings only ore necessary, and the first papr. one The same is 4'
agriculture states that reports from up last and animals.Of wor. each week from The RELIEVES all Stomach, :
The of Gadsden county much timeif one
native of Bristol county Mass., where be crop year is the only one that will take of each new apPtarnl This house places aCrescent" D -
many points embracing the entire- born September 1,1842. He had received was estimated by a huh authority to be thoroughly done and the cultivator is these eight were impressions -Dr. Harter on everything they make and REMOVES Nausea Sa l j
cotton-growing section, received was this it will or of trees, one of a bird and them the name QD .', ]
worth $308,000 probably the tree part Look for it, send
fine education and ; year used it should be. Breaking
within the past four days. show a fur- a preliminary reach a million in valueAs. the a of their one of a cow, four of crosses, three of circles publih. and they will return you BOOK.BKATJTITTJI4 REVIVES'AILIRG. ENERG. 1'lt
had entered college when the war began, hal lower leaves no detriment, Ind or
of the coins carried UTDOOBAFnS SAIP.Kg nE.
condition i of
ther off in of
falling they are ableto or RESORES No C
and 12 1861 he laid aside hisbook planters acquire experience: in the should not deter the -
so on way .
localities of shedding Oct being the two ot horseshoes one "Hairs T ;
: complain about Ohio
plant. Maay
: musket. He served produce a constantly increasing percentage from the shallow cutting person, .A.ROOD Tole/ fay
rotting in the boll, rust, and in tk up a of wrapperj, which are the highest plowman running horse-hoe clt se to of a nail, one of a metal comb, one of a Catarrh Cure cur had wife o return of fifteen DR HARTER MIOICINt CO.I Losfe
: Florida, and on shovels of a up it"t's
the Virginia, words ofa years ago
of Mori of the
dying out number numeral one
some places a general of tobacco. Prof. F. or Sold by Druggists 1l.
mustered priced grade Cultivation should cease a sure
the of all being the Island, 8. C., and was the plnt. and of the back an armchair.Cbamber'a cu .
[ : plant, prime cause B. Moodie successful and sentence one AN ASTONISHINGTONIC ,1.
expert solid. o
9; continuous weather. It is cember 22, 1854. He returned to Florida 1 ver heads begin to get Journal.A Our old reliable eye-water cures weak or Inflamed -
long rainy be little in 1866, and has since been a resident grower said reporter of the Pensa- I am aware that but few cabbage eyes or granulated lids without FOR WOMW.
2 generally conceded that there can tobacco belt B.Dickey Drug falnPce2.
- cola News: "Tho Florida the seed John C. '
he "the finest recommend sow mcELREE'Biiiiiir
of the state having, as
::. or no improvement, except as to qual- 17S : has of fine cigar growers t Thankful Little Fellow. i9
----- -- a monopoly wrappers remain. But
' maximum.conditi at climate of the western hemi-pherc. where the plants are to :

I s ity.100, the Placing estimate the baed on the best n and In 1881 he was elected grand high priest substituting Havana.Sumatra,When and the fine tax fillers of most of the writers on the cabba-ze iive Little children teach those of larger ofE .

% j obtainable fixes of the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons substituting where the crop is not so often affected by lesson. Would that iYiJJP
: most reliable information and 35 cents growth many a op
$2 pound on it is $
per in mid-summer
wrappers wrathcr
of tbe state. hot dry
and the a thoughtfulfor
the condition at 43 per cent; a on fillers! went into effect two years ago, here. The cabbage plant has a long taproot older people were always as 'vyllit
I '.- "" yield of the entire crop in baits as compared .. manufacturer purahased all the for- be their blessings 1 Little B. had just
.fCantI. cannot
A W.rd every that the plant
so long
k with last (the reduction in ; recovered from tedious illness and was
I year The following communication eign tobacco that his capital and thcmoncy without breaking it and when 1
appeared removed ,
l___ acreage this year considered) calculated he could borrow could buy, and this the wild a a c. lt with the pleasure of being
basis will be 29,864 bales. in the and speaks for itself once broken it will never penetrate He invited to a picnic
-- the 'out again. was
, v.1- upon same TiUni supply is just about running out, and the before. In 1885 I had
, _. e or say in round numbers 30,000 bales. : : coming demand will be enormously' increased soil so deeply half as of late flat Du'ch and came home brimming over with the CAR'QVJiIt ?

' ; This includes the crops of both upland ST. Louis, Mo., Sptembr 29tb, 1892. with a corresponding' advance in two and one acres without transplanting happiness he bad enjoyed. That night,
and Sea Island cotton. cabbage grown when he said his as usual at his
:; The seasons for orange'grower t price. No place in the world can grow that yielded 16,000 marketable heads. prayers
, j: become anxious to get his crop off better tobacco than Florida. The Con of good land was aunt's knee, he added of his own accord,
Another just as
:. Fr.. uDrJ"t. "Wet." the trees, and fill the markets with valley, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania acre bests thinnedout "I tbank thee fur giving that picnic and
t lectict with the
. :- At a local option election held in Her- sour, unripe unpalatable fruit is lear and New Y">rk grower have to planted in the large field. The returns from letting me go.-New York Tribune. Strengthens the Weak

L .natdo county in June 1891, the people at band, and we expect soon to see the sweat their tobacco from twelve to eighteen this not over 600 good heads, Nerves, Relieves.MeSuffering .

. vcted against the selling of liquor by a girls and boys after having tas'ed the months before using, according to and acre the results were have been, with m're or Had Thought of IU and Cures f'*_,

: large,: majority. Since then liquor has fruit to their disappo'ntment, turn from locality, while the Florida tobacco is less variation, the same through succeed Young MHD (who thinks of marrying) FEMALE DI6EA8I

?f;.: been sold upon physicians' pre'scrip- the tempting display with the remark, ready for use in sixty days for fine -'Father, I-er-presume you know- ABOUtlf.: .
. %;! tions. The venders have born iodicted. "no more sour orange' for me;" and the per-, and in four to six months for wrap ing The years.above directions, taken from the er-the Bible says it is not,good for man ON: ENJOVS ASK YOUR.1.00 DRUGGIST PER ,

;;; ** One of these cases came up for trial in dealer, after frantic efforts' to dispose of Notwithstanding this the Connecticutvalley American are good for to be alone." HED. BOTLE.3'
w the circuit court at B'ooksville a few will is widower Both the method and results when CHATTANOOGA C.Chat.
him worthless stock without loss, tobacco of thh season already it be the recommending Rich Old GenU.m'n (a

K: dabs ago. During its trial the attorneys lower his prices to a point at which thereis sold in the field at from 25 to 60 cents Florida, unless the planting may of seed part in the "Yes, Ive been thinking of that. Besides Syrup of Figs is taken; it i pleasantand

4 .,,.-.... for defendants moved the court to strikeout'a no profit either for the grower or deal per pound."-Ex. field. The one acre. according to the like yon ought to ave, a refreshing to the and acts Unlike the Dutch mmffoAlkalieii
that hai"been ,_,
; lot of testimony ere lose a' considerable portion of his above account, jieldid ten times mother over him anyhow, as I to gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, '
given about the validity of said election, stock and refuse to purchaseany CULTURE. a Widow Dash only yesterday."-Street &
by PECAN r1
. decay much an acre planted the usual way. Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system ,,,
said election not according a -1.
because was
more except at a ruinously low price. R. W. Stuart of Ocean t-prings, Sliss.i It would probably be difficult to protectthe Smith's Good News. effectually, dispels colds, headaches '
law in this First .
to : Other'Sieiare
This will usual force to
t- as th writes follows to an exchange in ref scattered all over an
gower plants and fevers nnd habitual
: the board of county commissioners constituted and a young He'd Had Some cures
permit remain Experience.
"- shipments
stop hi to the : "The cultivation the in Florida but '1 :.
erence pecan acre from vcrmeD ; used '
and of the
.; t2 itself a canvassing board upon the-trees' until hl matured it best to above set forth cnstption Syrup Figs i preparatIoaOt-:
should thorough; i grow such results as those She (on the hotil veranda)-"You had
instead of the b -
canvassed the returns returns -
i FL. and attained its plensant fnor.when the first four or five worth trying.- ; it ki'd pro- .
canvassed by the board of rch some crop year. make the experiment no business to do that. only W. BIKER ft t
_. I being he wi ship ain to Cotton, if you are located in the cotton- Fla. IHtpatch and Fruit Grower. He-"I am engtged to Whyshouldn'tI -pleasing t and acceptable "

f" rt .' county canvassers; second because the up the lost reputation fruit; growing belt, or any that rt quires Jocko's Recreation.A kiss ?" yen. to the itmac. prompt in

',' lJI;; : laws male no provision for the registration which takes some time to accomplishU clean culture will do,crop and by notching She-"But people you were looking." its 1action and b eia in its rkt raar::
of electors by deputy registration
I it takes the people a longtime to.learn around the tree when the trees are come He-"That's why I did it. I am-de:. effects prepared only most !.
elections. The
. !i4officers except in general that the fruit not as sour as turned few pedestrians who were out for a iii;
This i into bearing the orchard may be termined that you shall at least return healthy and.agreeable substances, its I
motion practically
was granted. witnessed brief but .
and the
purchases markhaYng ben into a But the treatment of a morning strol 0 bow when we get back totbe city."- excellent commend itt I l
r- Iii-; : makes Hernando a wet county because once demoralized, very pature.orchard should not differ much bloody -through the windows of the my many qualities ei L_ I h tdM"tAuCrm.

r. I -' st the election in 1837 the county went get prices up to a paying basis again. pecan from that of an apple, orchard or an Market street bird store Sunday)? morn- Give U* Re t. all and have made it the. mostpopular _, I, o

' wet. The temperance people'are stunned The are willing to a iug. This is the prayer of the nervous who do not remedy know: BaMti sugar,and 1 f
always that
people I know trees here than
.:... t and have not had time to make anoth- fair price for a palatable article, and if orange thirteen grovft. old bearing from one Among the denizens of the place is 0 sleep well. Let them use Hosteller's Stomach Syrup of is for sale in 60o nomical It ,costing less O, .

f}, er drive at the liquor traffic from another the growers would never ,ship their oranges are barrel to one years barrel and half of nuts, and monkey called Jocko, whoso proclh.iyfor Bitters, and their prayer will Va .speedily and 81 Fig all Heading! drug :IozlD I delcioua. &'.; '

.. !P election. They will not lemain idle until they are fully matured, ,although i are one foot in diameter, and others of mischief has led him into disgrace answered. Insomnia I the product of indigestion gists. Any reliable ;druggist who Sold bl Grocers ei.rywb5iW.BAKRR&CO.Do -'0-<
however. At the same time the liquor : and nervousness, two associate ailments
would lose few fore. On the in
they a by drop-
four inches in diameterso morning qustionJoko
not have it hand
the same age not on will
r. g : men are in commotion, laying their plans and they would avoid. the determined to on lark. He succeeded ,soon remedied by the Bitters, which may pro
ping decay, much for and cultivi** '**. You go 0
and making preparations for a grand annual November break; their goods care in picking the lock of his cage, also vanquishes malaria, constipalon, liver cure it promptly for ;any one who

t opening of the saloons. would meet with ready and rapid con- must feed tin and best care results: for, your not leave trees them if you to and once free turned his attention to his complaint, rheumatism and kidney com wishes to try It Io not accept any llery Mali ills OwE

,; r % '* sumption and their net results wouldbe expect feathered companions. took him but plants substitute.
ri-- .. .. take thir chance the stock and I
..... R.t1&t.s. among
.: r : Sa. much more satisfactory. well.rotted a few minutes to unlock dozen of the Learning without thought is lbr lost; CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. A OpPofulylastrate'Ing 1
manure ground
is Savannah's croprtport.A.s grass; good, J
Following without 1
would and thought arning
No Florida eat various in the
a room, soon a I
t grower green
.. reference is nude, to tbe condition of the bone, old bones crushed, or cotton seed, cages SAN FRAMCISCQ. CAL ea-esof the unman 8emU
: .i.1": it here and immature orange by choice, and, if make the best fertilizer; di/ large, deep funnyprocession of monkeys and parrots FOR impure or tiim Biood, .\eaknes Mal LU/BrIU. Xf. :M H.V. TREAT and CTJRK with the simp
i--: .c staple in Florid we reproduce : .n1'4.
f ,
they could all be made to realize the fact mix- were strutting about.In tin N nrlgla Indl16ltnn Bionvne cines The book
conditions have not holes, put top soil around the roots take and maDaei5ren
k,; "- The cotton crop that human nature is near alike the few minutes trouble began to Brown'slrn glv8.trngh. NATIONAL SURGICAL ship marriage
-.. .; much since the report of very ed with a little fertilizer. The balance a making persons feel'young INSTITUTE, : .besides useful prefcrptiOJ.Maile. l
:; changed vera world and that the northern states brew. Oue of the in of leasant lake.Prosperity JOlnl )*.
There has over, around the hole outside of the ends parrots, a spirit persons strong; t A GA.. post-paid .
the agricultur department. filled with the same kind of people place mischief, probably, bit Jocko, and alively TLNTo.. :
are feed the Def rmltj. and ATLANTA PC .
few iuches to scale *
been deal of rain in this state of the roots a so a can be accounted no just ; Tt LISD& .
{t.l' a great themselves they would know at once battle ensued. Polly soon found is the only balance to wei h ( ; Diwajes, each M A .
will better adversity Street. .
" and especially in this section during the a tree longer you get fiends Club Feet, Dueueaof t be Lord
why it ia that the markets always breakdown that she was the worst of it and hip,Spine and Joint.P.ira'jxu. -
: -- past three weeks, and there is no doubt growth. Trees should not be planted getting A emu for of the L Pi'e--. C,-
of the and commonllwht Fiula
in the season minus her tail nertal
early made ,
cage .
't" par feet Urrb. Kema'o
the of the will be than forty apart, sixty seventy 0 TAk Bham. .r"at
that quality crop le.
.4 they would mak a never to ship the natural fer- feathers and part of a wing. P 10 sale by liwiaw" H-mia. .
; impaired, aithough not reduced in quan- feet, according to CI of tbe Urn ry Orcaiu.ete. .
would not themselves
anything the soil to insure the most lasting Jocko, who was then thoroughly afflic'e I wii h Dr. Se ", tity. There has been considerable complaint tility 'f 6reeye"U J sdbo
of rust. Reports just now coming at. results in form and fruit for the succeeding aroused, sailed in for a general massacre, Eye-water.Du2'st. el at 2'pr a Namthl.alr. bach esaS Ibag'OSma
t\- ; It is very easy to break down a fruit and in short time had the floor to himself per day,at should u iao sCUS
:, in from the interior of the state and market with immature stock, and itis the years. for Minnie who $ 515 h B., mumc Consumption. 1* hOSt *
save a nightingale
! : .. Florida, however, show that the crop is because I Can Walk a Mile LIGHTN1NO *saads. ft SIS*"
: mot difficult market t brace up, was to dazed to escape. With one, blow $
j fully two to three weeks late. In this been dis FERTIL1ZEBS FOB PINEAPPLES. it to u.>M(coots nnif
: the tl.n d
i. having once the bird was stretched ou tho Easily, although fo along -"
. : state there hns been a less acreage int" i .ppoint pplo to take bold;and the G. L. Luc of Eden, Indian rivtr, floor. The monkey then lfelc5" battle t before taking ...'all kiDdi p..1 Bold eT.rwbITS.lS1
: 20 25 cent less vlth old.dlnr
about to akxoLKocipoiaee.
:" cotton, per good decay during the slow process says in the Far and Fruit-Grower: to a bigstuffcd owl which had been g mug Sp I S ( 5..
2* planted, and it is estimated that the pro- 9uM *Y.. .pta.
of teaching the public that tbe quality Collou seed UK.U. ou v.c4aut lert.liz.rto solemnly upon the scene, and receiving a C-!
.. ; _,'.: ;, duction will hardly pass 66 per cent of has improved;' and holders seeing apply to newly-set plants-to clean no answer to his challenge threw the bird step. I had .terrible ,ma,p...Wr.ber.

, :. -. ; < last year's yield, as, while the acreage i.t their stock going TO waste, will close it them of sand and stimulate them to off its pedestal. running sore on my leg, c I.ii.c DEL A.N.U..I

:: .. .. less, the growth per acre is also poor for out for any price offered rather than suffer make quic growth, when a good appli- : Jl'cko'gVaterlo,va awaiting him, resulting from milk leg.NothlegdLdmeanyjyj4. IT IS A p
t. : the reason that there was less fertilizerused loss in to force fertilizer will do all : U'Y,0..Wt ro.r-
a total endeavoring atton however. A.huge vampire but, which Mir aa4 (a.11 beat
: by about 40 per cent. In fact, prices up to wter they should be. that can possibly done. I am an advocate had been watching the battle,jumped U 1 I began taking' TlaetOI.Joarm..e".IE.n._. W. L DOUCLChstag
nil hic.1 which be gathered Se raaparjfdV. .
t.. 1. !? from can E. T. HQI.USTER."HIS of potash, and our poor pine land down from his perch, and Jocko started Bood.. L.O
( The aletIQ
will fall off pain ceased
the South Carolina one- < which
crop represent
1DEHTITT WIOVED. can hardly get enough in it to suit 0 for him. Tho contest was brief. Tho the dark valne far prices naked,
wholly, color asthousands
third from last If good dry I ; y.Cb.
T, "" year. pineapple plant. Old pineapple f.Mt sharp beak and talons of the bird buried the A.ll.c wil testlfr.OTTA .
:-::: weather should set in now for a while Clerk at gentleman sore b <
( country post-office, KB
J. when [ "
t newly.planted, are very themselves like a flash in the 'monkey' an perfectly healthy. 8UBSTITUT

: :.. ;.f' however, it would dry up the cotton in desiring t c money-order) problems, and, unless extra heavy fertil- Uesh, and Jocko was glad to make his escape ) A.. th 1mb. TO I Mass. BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FURl:
r. the boll and rather help the yield. I Have you any proof your identyl zing is done, there will be absolutely with the bo! :>l flowing fro.n dozen medicine Hood'.cheat.PUS.Once should DC in e family A a-CBmiae sewed she*,that tefll not rip""
-. same conditions are applicable to the I (searching through k- them. The be-t uaedthey a smooth -
G8e nothing produced on "wounds. At this juncture the proprietor pDmCATWOME t. more cobleW.
:, Island This falling off is es-i- say aold .,.
Sta crop. ets pbotograpbWilthisdo eye !
and & pr
: .
bd h way is to plow under plants siw appcarol and hostilities ceased.Saiil'rancisco eetU&c from M S3. <
; in the total
'. mated at about 15 percent
the ground to cowpeas or some green Chronicle. I 4. and$3 11..wec GDectl.
of the three states. In other JP essy and ;
.. yield Clerk (regarding first the .ld t
I pboogph stuff, it at the time heavy au to
giving same M MNMa HMWM W shoe r 'itiog Horn S3 f12
". words, Florida's production I abut 10 Oxen the ongnal.Wy ye applications of fine ground bone and WHILE on his way home from Wash .; Sloe.worn by !
&* per ceDt less and Ger.. per rOu [Harper's Ba- potash, and follow'this.practice for three ington a few days ago.,Pension Exom ( 5 want in.a and wt keep y cal three feet dry J.

''\ .-' cat while the Ctna the tar. years at the very least. The land be- met Samuel 'n..Brket lost his low( .BBRE'S FEMALE RE6UUTOB --'s $ : be about
will same. Jt yea. BOX WASTED TO KSOW. comes very much exhausted after pines set o false a peculiar manner possesses superb Tonic Tker are mad for wt wea. tnCTtattagmen r- .
, : I.. : "C.abus Day." She-It's .leap year-will. you marry are on it, for pine crop) are like says Biddeford (Me.) newspaper; Mr. properties and exerts a wonderful influence BOYS b'.rond uijjjjuworn and Yosibs' SI 73 -

." the Times Union. all gown they exhnust the Iud to such Braokett has an-individual tendency tc in.toningup and strengthening her by the boys everywhere" ; .

1 From aaetRe .. an extent that it is next to useless to trash his teeth out with his tongue whet system.. driving: sold at these.3 prices. .I*
: proper
_.For over a State Superintendent He.neouly-I through th LA D I ES' JIDI-F.wct.
,ea he is He-fell the train '
; ? plant,any more slips on it until it is put asleep asleep a channels and -
deal of U
been devoting a great 'Se cyHo" a impurties COU or fine deatreU. Tberortabie
i- 't .Rl1 interest THE BUTT DIRECT.On through. ,a course of sprouts. I havu was aearingBridgewater, and, as usual, strength from its use. ( Cl.A. The f"ihoe .
to arousing -
among '
: his A knavish fellow from S4 to SC. L4 ..
number of th dropped wtf*;who 'O.costing
fields bedridden
: seen quite a teetJ. wma for elKl .
of Floxjxr' pTante -
teachers and school children 1 hi tin -
: '? : tie the sands \ : the t. aontlu. XrZdluSfa -- ...
- nslmg '
second time land and I cme ad passengere af. -- C-tUTION.-.DowarooZoeOie -
on yet.tofee
S : Ida In a proper chbrtion.-Columbus Mr. Billington-If you could catch to pick up.something, which Ink, Fnl e. Iwo motIs r / .' -- ". out W'.L. Douglas' name anti ttepnnj'
,. .' Dar," October, 21,- in commemoration of those what would where they pnid. The time is coming ptca weU." ASK Sucb tuhsUtnUons ore fnu.UlfD' *
dionw' spray, when will have to bear these on proved to be tho missing teeth. He' J.M. JODII.Malvern. FOR, W.L DOUGLAS' cunrc: ." .uouby bwftwobt&nii ; d*tJ
r ; ,:; the / of the American continent do growers BmiDFTEiD Ak If not for sIe' .... JD' kind,5
r you. facts' Boon got off, and when Mr, Co.Atlt Ga.8oJ4 place direct lo FactorT .Iatlnl .
: -. four hundred In maDY.of theooBoliei rd have of them .in mind. One cf the greatest. mcket Prugslsti at $LOO Wanted. Patsge tree. 'Vii gjye exelasl..o!. co .hoe .D i
; 'J: Cooington one 17 :10
i ._ ; ,: .<" Jur preparations&! for the event ) s' aUtakei growers are UCTfF making J" fo awoke the sad news was broken bO I b f4at! n J I 1:' !..seaB1 O fu ,!"I. ).W.I POI I ,
: Circular ) "
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