Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
October 21, 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
29.947222 x -82.108056


The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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*fte'WlndJ are hushed; the night IB Bttn, hand bidden her hands. Edna's > "You overheard a few words of which The high-tide o the year has come at feet; hasn't friends. When me and Dag married next mou ta Mr. blindThe '

& '" And the eb&sro moon shines o'er the hlU was on her shoulder; she was you misconstrued the meaing,"she said From their mysterious deapii the any and this and we are t lire af thDa.gett eyes that now have light to ,' the
Her silvery rays light up the vales to her in a low, speaig wave gett came from Vermont bought should
earnest quietly; "and I grant they were opento white oht how proud t _
you of And way;
.-1-\/ Where chant the happy nightingales 1Twas ou won't him it because of old Mifflin. !: ,
it cheap
: we
once upon a night like this honor tel Edna? On your mlsconstruction And pink and green are breaking on place got northeastchamber iLyotf would come here and visit me.. Only a Uttta sunlight for my daft
tl : awoke Endymion witu you won't tell Jack cried "Will explain them?" We were to give him the in I
Ifcat Cynthia a klst. Georgie you -Wfbsa the rose? are And my night the shadow soft awl hia 1;
: looking our sight; allow so next fo .
up suddenly.I "Suppose I refuse? and they were in sUter.
face, in Heaven above, wOuld rather The sailing past, t sirawltertie ripen. Ambrose And( my wealth the quiet of the DinfGtle *
.i Her glowing cut off my right hand. ,1 "In that Case I start for Leicestershire airy cloud-hip slowly much a month for his keep. It ain't bloom o

; -" Ii While overrun on tho ith lakelet's smiles calm of love breast; we dna She exclaimed vehemently.. .lo-inorrow morning-to find out what it' Light shdows on shimmering. orchards one that would be willing .to have is all that Is nice lnd 1 have the and sweet;and lips that.SiD, ;or'V

bow reflected! turned toward me she to tell the night before every. old grandfather-in the kindness, and are answer*! they
Her elh er see. and, n spoke, was .\ou come me cast: old mad like him about. But he's dearest : 11 I Uiea
Her heart is passionate now. as when instinctively shunning to be caught my mirriage." The breeze seems repel their a1 Affectionately, pray;
tadymion she caught Blumb'rmg in the glen.'InDian's eaves-dropping. I retreated. "Has time so entirely obliterated fragrant t harmless and quiet, and the $3 a week world. H'rn.1
"HELEi hove define'!.
Seen al : And for tnr glory duty,
: tore8t'\'Ale-'UI gaidEndymlon laid a ghost? Look precious like It,- : memory of that night that you even fght helped us. But,Breezy Point h gtovrri I had grown

once la on a bed Into Hawks facetiously, ts I flung myself g-t my last request-to believe all my tasmuations on e outspread. trees the songsters to be a fashionable resort, things And all tbs 1e.s romance seaside.Fnraiyard And give t me the love of her whose kiss

'1 Of 1ow'r to rtBt", tending sheep a chair in the library'Confound false?" light, have changed. And what's worse his out of lelen's at, the. Is recompense ( toil; whose umilu aw\it
ha fell in a deep sleep; everything!" I exclaimed "1 have would te of music travel fast. -
forgotten nothing; Yet with the wings
r' Then Cynthia stole t here lay'ji4floodedthe.iaik lmpatienty- heaven I could." folks have left off sending the money. Odditie& My cig. brightening with expecte i bias:

woo with moonbeams g jEba Amen, ejaculated Charley, with an 'Trifies light as air are to the jealous Ten comes the full, delicious rise and fall "I wonder why?" said Helen, her In some sweet spot where twilight iinjerelh
oddities abottf
j r turnod then from Endymlon fled intonation that another time might hue confirmations strong as holy writ,' she Of night and morn; and dreamy twi large, dreamy eyes fixed sadly on the old Among:the farmyard late;

rii % Ad hid behind a cloud, 'tis said; caused me to smile. "Have a b. and a. quoted, in her sweet, beguiling voice."I I fill man, who sat under the maples wistfully Reading: Penn., are a six-Ieajsred pig, And yet one other ; crowning th';

i: time be from to catch hili her deep Bleep sweet awokeIn old f'ler; that'll put yon all zight. Strikes am not jealous," I exclaimed, hotly. The soul lght like sweet responses to a call; watching the sea. owried by Elias Seaman of. N N-iftziogen- I little fote being pattannj t th?s.t;!
lok .ou're "
;f !,. It was enough; her love bad ) almost teetotalers here! Very "Thea.let me sul stituto 'suspicions.' Where roses there ac0.roses "They're dead, p'raps," said Mrs Dag town, and a fodr-lWged duckling, treas- Frank L.Stanton,in Atlanta Cooatitut'oa:
different were
: l, e then followed her unto'the mon I to the' old days, eh? I'm 'a duel "Of whom should be jealous?"*I asked, "Or p'raps the've gottired of him. ured for luck by John Srnithinger! of .
. taking notes, you know-"a chiel with pointed mean' in tone. "Of- still" gett. --
: taking ng my
I Love conies t human hearts without .notes?' Guess after her Anyhow, it's three months since we'veheard Union Township, near Birdsfcotougb* ,
Il give you the benefit of Dr.Gabcoigno. for example? The earth must pattern .old ways '_
previous thought, THE
bidding HUMOR OF
A & one of and have Jacob Loch also of NaftzingeHtown '" llY. "
'em-h? word me Daggett .h
i And fixes its passioned gaze She laughed. It struck me as scarcely As long as thero.are Junes and summer days. a ,

"' Up te peMefu upturned face looked at him attentively. He had natural, that little silvery laugh. -Mary A. Mason, in Youth's Compan'oa.HELEN'S : : made up our minds that we can't stand owns a male guinea that has just hatched
'';'-\wrt lies, aaa fair with reason-of himon broad of nine guineas, A vendor of co.l.fsu.
: \\1., ',Then kisses lovingly his closed a amlut champagne, ana "Perhaps- more your it any longer, so we're going to put out a young slt.selet-Te
"'.;.', "'" eyes.Ob and was now doing fall justice to the brandy friend, Mr. Hawk with whom you left the town.. Lawyer Boxal says it'sl which he takes care of with the same The criminal always wants more.time

weary rnartOh, hart opprest soda your wife day. Are you aware GOOD DEED. and attention that a convicted.
and and oaa't pride : until he
; they anything
gal right expect wcU.reglatec
; ,. By cares of life, for you there's rest I "Go on, Hawk I not much how your friend amused himself-and i
may -
Kor you there is an age of bliss, but Im listening," I said to humor say him., her? No? Mr. Hawks has a handsome said the else of us. 'Squire Sodus is to guinea hen would manifet. It always best to insure. I fact,
When love prints on brow a IKo H, yes, that had for sometile I
your 1(11 calls send his covered carryall next Saturday, A snow-white crow
; of he
}f heart taint, or Keep your eye on the Doctor-keep a pair dueling pisols-toys, matter of polcy.
:_ t what again\'My love can make s gladj 1 harp eye on him! SeeI ?" them Ho has been teaching Mrs.Dudleyto : z' solemnly, and old Daddy Miffliu'll suppose he'sgoing been flying around the neighborhood I' the farmer
Ft "
fr';i. .<' .. don't Bee in the least, I.sail coldly, shoot with them." Ce "she shows every indication for a ride. And so things'11 go oK of Cain, Chester County, Pond. in I am banking you, a
kisses us we know not when, for I "This beside ile of going into as he proceeded to hill up his p*>-
LTe files but comes was still puzzling over the words I Is altogether question : smooth and company with a flock of ordinary black lid

. ,", Is there a away heart BO stele aain lad heard in the drawin .room. Miss Lvuton. I remains for you to decide a decline. Rest, relaxation "Smooth pleasant.and pleaaant' Helen Hyde crows, was shot the other day by Famer tatoes.-Dallas New

I. .. But wht uugua.e some gate .Wel if you don't already know and ,whether not I am io start for change of who mountedby As for the screws down on ama
S looked tho lawn to the little H. A. Beale, putting
': .f ,and food see, That Leicestershire to-morrow. I await that across grassy ha th bid
>. put plainer. Doc. scene-that's
and eilcctIvely
# .The h&*.rt with light, as Cynthia wood? tor'a gone rl coon i on wife decision now." air old man with his mild, abstractedface a taxidermist now keeps it as a no one can do it BJ. -
your a -
: :. CHICAGO, lit gone coon, I tel you. Fact sir." S "Mr. Dudley," she said, speaking slowly -' 5,- what"she ought toj3iccJ I his ruffled shirt front, the silver. trophy. Its plumage dOe not include a ( as the undertaker.

s.:, Don't talk such infernal rot." and with the utmost composure of have. hair that glistened in the sunshine and single feather other than pure white.Joan Riggs"How long has y our'wife keptservantal"

"It's gospel truth, Jack. You've right manner, "if you era bent on this journeyI Mrs. Dardanel the white like fingers that slowly Aailerson-of Haaesvilie, Penn., Jiggs-"Two week some

'I ,A DARK SECRETS to know l I can tel you, so here goes have no power to stop you. But-you looked perturbed. turned themselves, claw backward and forwardas has a hen.that has adopted four young times."-Elmira Gazette. :
You ( go to with know best how yOU will account toyourwife "Dear dear she
ldn drawing-room ,
Gascoigne and me after dinner. He wag for taking such a step.. said "what pity I he sat there. kittens, now two weeks old. The hen "Your cousin is wedded to charity: i* ,.

f: ,.T careful enough when you were by. But, "I have thought over all that," I Answered ': t ;she's "He owned the place once," said had been 'clucking fruitlessly on a nest she "Ob no; she his only

::1' by Jove, if you had seen the looks he impatiently. "Hawks is leavingin _: And quite a pet Mrs. Dasrgett, "but his sons turned outbad which Anderson afterward covered witha not"to be a sister to it.1*-Harper's
gave her when ho thought my attention the morning. I go with him, and shall of mine, too, dear little thing. She is and he indorsed for Squire Sodus's board to prevent her further efforts to

r was taken up with Miss Lynton! When be absent thrte days." very quick with hr needle and really in- and lost And here set and when the would-ba chicken Bazar. -
cousin everything.
Story o! a Tragic she sang, 'Should he upbraid," he seemedto "And?" nothing that I can. say will deter genious-and way she puts trimmings he is in his old age, without a penny mother, found she couldn't raise little Ethel-"What I faultless dresser Mr.Lightcoinis. .
co clean off his head. He went OTCI you dress reminds one ." Etta-"Yes; Victor says
"Yes. If tell me-" .on a positively What it Becky The oven ready for chicks she transferred her attention t
to the
Pe piano with his eyes fixed on her as you i his bills tailor made.-
: .t Life Drama though he were bewitched." "I have nothing to tell you." She of :Mme. Antoine berel. the pies Yes, I'm coming." the litter of little kittens, beating of the that even are .
with studied coldness and, draw "The seaside cottage would be the the Chicago Inter-Ocean.
l HThe devil! Do you mean- spoke : She bustled away, leaving Helen parent cat and taking possession

': "Stop, man. Don't take it up wrong.I lag ner warm, white wrap closer rounl! place for her," suggested Dr. Midland. alone. A sort of inspiration entered the young mewing family as her own. New Barber-"Excuse ma, sir; have

I. haven't said one w rd against Mrs. her, she made n slight gesture "You are one of the lady patronesses, I girl's heart. as she sat there with the I A spaniel dog belonging to Mrs. you got your mu;here?" Mr. Mulligan.
I hand and turnel
in't-sal: with her
tJ,' BY E. M. Dudley, mind, and dDn't intend. Hex away. believe and-" has also _"Yia roujht in this chair oa top av
conduct as admirable. She did not even' "E-lna!" I cried, "Edna! Have jon no briny s-nell of the ocean filling her senses George Taylor, of West Chester, ; ,

1 f"!; seem to see what I am telling )'ou. I be- pity for me?" And rash fool, madmanthat "Yes,"but the seaside cottage is full,of and the rustle of the maple leaves mur adopted a litter of kittens, and now .. me neck."-National Barber. .

f ; lieve she is as innocent as,a baby.. Fact, I was, I attempted to seize her band. said Mrs. Dardanel. "Not an inch muring softly overhead. She took Mrs. claims them a his own When Most of us like to hear ourselves talk,

:> ,CAR XIV. man." But tha next moment I drew back rebuked room unoccupied. I had a note Dardanel's $10 bi from her pocket and the mother cat. or any progny. of Mrs. I but after we have wrestled with the tele-

WAS IT JEALOUSY? "Have jou anything more to say?" I inquired before the look of mute of her tenderness dear- matron yesterday." looked long an earnestly at it. She Taylor'd family approaches, the dog fit phone we are content if we can hear the
and love that shone out
T seemed as indeed 1" said the doctor, fumbling
testily. "If so, out with it. I could have fallen on knees to "Ah, thought of the little one-horse carryall ,into a towering passion and asserts other fellow.-New York Sun.
though I were under e\es. my "Un fort
"Great Caesar! Ha\en you had enough' with his watch 6ea1. un. from Ixwood of the little
the influence I've given the the ask to be forgiven."Go which she and the girls I guardianship pussies. Miss Blossom-"I didn't see you at
you straight tp-'ware ," she gasped. And without ate-very. to have hired together to Innkeeper Heald, of Turk's "
s of a epell, and Doctor-I am off to bed. ''. on Institute were Head the Barclay ball. Miss Budd-"Itwas
.'_ got ctcb another word glance I left the room.I 'But," cried Mrs. Dardanel, an idea those
or all has
: that my wife, by tho first train in the drive over the hills and glens West Chester, a wayward because I was suuounded

. L V i speaking to me, order them to me and morning.all that?"You'l had vowed not to see my wife again suddenly occurring to her much bepuffed sweet, misty, summer afternoons, of the chews tobacco with marked! appreciation probably the time."-Brooklyn Life.
cal until the mystery was sohed. It was impossible "there is Mrs. by men
broke it. and befrizzled head, Dag- York Times. a
: ; Yes, it. excursions to Twin Rock by steamer and relish.-
.. .- "Ibeyourpr- "And,Il say, old f'ler, mind I tell you however, to act up to this de- gett's farm a few miles further down the which she had counted; of the new "Dont you think Widgely is distressingly -
termination without exciting her sus upon ,
*. don, Doctor, said your wife's not in it. She's right enough. therefore. I shore. She takes boarders for $5 a weeK, dress which she had decided boisterous!" "Well, e; hewers
to her door
Going black bunting
I; then glanced C sar's wife, you know! No offense, eh?" picions. it softly and looked in. She and I believe it is a very nice place. I She must abandon ill Wolf Ven eanee. I such loud trousers he his to shout

1'.. _J swiftly table to round see if the he asked, tossing off the contents of his This was well. I would not dis- you think it advisable I wi take a these little to buy.darling she During one of my hunting and fishing to make himself heard."-Chicago
my tumbler. extravagances i
Ir 7 slumbers. thc door' I excursions Louisiana I was fishing on
turu her Closing month's board for the really in
101. abstraction had
'S. gir this other
in fancy
Oesar's wife indeed! remind
Why me indulged
;'\., been remarked, and decided of the hackneyed legend? Ctcsar put noiselessly as I had opened where it I, I soughtmy the feel as i the dear girl belonged to "As there could be any choice," a lake two or three miles long and from News.Barerul seems to me that every
di spent i
:i2.f : that it had not. away Pompeia, not for the reason that he own ess ing-room me."' she said to herself. one-quarter: to one.hal mile wide. On morning past week,the cakes hive

"I was only calling your attention believed her guilty, but because his wife oight. fro BE co rI uE.1 I hAn excellent plan," said the doctor, Then she got up and went softly one side the hi came down near t grown imaUer. x Landlady-"You

to the appalling fact must be above suspicion. I suspected .--.- oracularly. "I hive no doubt but thata and clover blossoms to the lake, leaving about one-quarter mile forget that these are flannel
,,". that we have 'a chiel amongus of-I knew not what! She might across the grass probably
George month of sea air would make a different of sand beach, and while there I saw a Inter-Ocean.
\I taking notes, laughed as a babe, but-I must where Daddy llifflin: sat. takes. -Chicago
-- Gascoigne. "Your London prove her so! person of her. "Do you like this place?" she asked, i deer running at the top Johnny (reading)-"Say, pa, what i

,-'f'1" ''- a friend, Mr.Hawks, desirous Assuring Charlie that where no offeise -- Helen could hardly believe her own softly. [ toward the lake, and a.moment later awol I a debt of honor?" Pa (who has had experience -

"vJ: \'of carrying away with him some impres- was intended none could be taken, I jAPAN has 550 newspapers. ears when Mrs. Dardanel beamingly announced appeared in hot pursuit. Expecting t "It is where a*dear

-<*,,: lions of Northshire. lie" says the natives saw him to his room, then rang for the 't nz world has 4500 paper mills. her intentions. "I's home, my "dear, he answered, to plunge into the lake, when )- freud

': ..1.1t .i" have no characteristics snvo their butler, gave the necessary orders for the LOXCON shelters 5,010OOJ people. "The seashore!" she cried, her pale seeming to rouse himself out of a ', I could overtake and kill them both in I borrows |50' till the next morning" ,
'".bnrr.' Can you suggest any, Dudley? mom'ng, and ascertained that my wife SWEDEN: has 20J school. g rJen". face flushed all over; "the real seal! Oh, reverie; "it's home. 'I have lived here the water, I kept my place. Just before you never see him again. Brooklyn
,I could not, and said KO simply. and Edna had up-s'airs. l\o'bhig I could not live Life.
gone ISEW has fifteen National bank: for eighty years. it caughtby
Your Mrs. Dardanel, I have dreamed of it all the deer reached the water was 1 I
of her
Armstrong's tales anccs- would bo I said and sat
: more required, "
.'hI 'j1. Mr. CALIFOU-IA. resorts are opening up for I And for bright sum anywhere else. the which pulled it down and "1 think, said Willie Wishington,
; suit you splendidly. down to wait till I believed the Loae- my life a long, wol
". :'I.: 'nJvHawis," said "Their character- hold had gone to bed. al kept early the winter. mer month. Oh, how shall I ever thank "But there are other places pleas- killed the wolf stalked around, I "that Miss Pepperton is a typical guM .

4i, : George. been murder and hours at the Grange; it was little more THE recsipts of wheat for September were 1""By anter." looked about, trotted off some distanceand of the prwio yO'u know." "\byl"

:Most of them were hanged for than 1 o deck when, every sound apparently the largest LU record. you well and strong as fast as "I may be, my dear; it may be," he set a howl, went further and a full stop to my
getting UI
it She boasts of it. She silenced, I crossed the and THE dairy school of the Georgia EX.eri- at her with troubled ot marwiage.-Washlntoa-
i' hal Dardaiel touchedby howled and then into the ,
. ;w'i ; that Northshire never could bt prepared for action. went station i a success. you can, said Mrs. the lenses of his glasse again pwopo
& William the Norman had to Some lights were still left buming.but, THE BritKh Cabinet deie not to occupy the grl's! enthusiasm. "And hero i through when I heard more howling. I, SUr.Jess

i : of his Doomsday Book." concluding that the music-room would anti annex Uganda, :. a $10 bill for you," she added, with a "But they wouldn't b3 the same to The wolf being out of sight, I roweJ -"!thought you"hated Jack and

.M:l .Pact, Mrs. Dudley?" asked Charlie. probably be in darkness, I carried a lamp ABOUT. >'. )),OOiW)0, is invested in this country smile. "You may need some trifle of me." my boat to the place and got the deer jet you have accepted him." Bess-"I

,.I. ,r:.< ',"!ts history." with me thither and proceeded direct to in electric street railro. i:Is. dress, or there may be a drive or a picnic Helen went to Mrs. Daggett, who was! and: then went back to my fish hooks., did tate him, but ho proposed under an

cL !is : it goes then. the writing-table at which my wife had THERE is a scarcity of corn in Mexico awl excursion going in which you will baking pies and rolls and strawberry Shortly there appeared on the scene a and said I refused him he

1: : "I witnessed a little scene that sat when she wrote the evening before to the people threate t revolt in consequence.AKOfiiER or an shortcake all at once. twelva wolves. They umbreUa the rain drop i on new hat."
.may interest you," said Gascoigne, addressing Gascoigne. I lit the two candles on the mill for grinding only Am ri- want to participate. said she "hew are pack of ten or my .

himself principally to Ch'irlie.vl table, placing the lamp between them.. can corn is to start up in tiatnbu.'g, Ger The poor girl's frst impulse was to re "JIr. Daggett,Dardanel to todo sniffed and moved all around where toe -Btn Post.

'; .: -I was coming through a pit village. A I opened the blotting-book. It was a many. turn the money. $10 which Mrs. gave me deer had been killed.These movements Didn't Stop to Think* Miss Elberby
",big,* burly fellowNorthCountrymenL new one. I turneu over some spotless UNITED STATES four per cent bonds are "No, you shall not give it back-it is as I please with, and I please: to occupied considerable time. They _"You have never met my eldest. sister, .
described, know-was until I to on which were belling at llo, whica is tha lowest give it to to keep old Mr. Miffli.i about
-a usually so you pages came one now plc. a present from me, and I choose that you you would huddle together, change have !" CIes'erton-"Why, no,
l :: winging with his back again-t a wall. a few ink marks. Tearing this out held since IbSl. here five weeks longer." and trot sbout in all directions, keeping you
didn't it
I 'J hads were thrust deep into his it close t the light, the wrong side toward A TUSS1X mail train was held up by rob keep "Mercy sakes alive!" said Mrs. Dag; into a Miss Elderby. I suppose waposible
Helen Hyde's heart beat high with delight close together. Finally they got had elder sister. -
and an
f'; S ; he was tipsy; there was the hap me."Come. hers, and $230,000 "he ain't kin to is he?" you
no ,
you onewolfand
'pet imaginable upOn his face. A I valuable baggage stolen. when first she saw the Daggettfarm gett; fight; the whole pack attacked Detroit Free Press.
:; want
: you. "but he old
Helen so
;:vom&n-I presume his wife-carrying a Great powers' My wife, then, had a THE drought in New Mexico is s great house, a long, low red building, "No, said i aud-- killed it. I was literally bit and "And expect to sap-
%: went and talked to him. I that I he United fctates troops at Fort Stanton and feeble and friendless, Now what was the. Neighbor- you
:> ;J1 chid secret understanding with this man-this with an immense stack of chimneys, a chewed to pieces. $iu week?"
'.! I : to hear but the are not allowed to wash. Mrs. Daggett, take the money. and port my daughter on a
..;. 'j enough pan- man whom she hd FO emphatically said cluster of umbrageous maple trees guarding please, killed for The probability is, "
;. .-:.tOmleamused me. It seemed she wa&Disking she hated. I had a riAht to know the nature THE Georgia cotton crop will be about with shade and a dooryardfull Perhaps by the time that i? goae I shall Wol am almost that the dead wolf Clarklet-"Ye sir. Neighbor-
Ii', him to go home, but her words ppwently of lint understanding. Georgie herself seventy per cant of the average. The aCI'e it be able to send a little more. My employers positive killed the deer. I "Well, go ahead; my heart refuses, but

had no effect. Presently Ehe'lpe I could not ask; for, alas! I hid already !- age has been dueel this year.. of sweet, old-fashioned flowers, are going to me generously in was the one this my pocketbook consents. She coats me
" her foot talking more and more discovered she did not hesitate to SECRETARY RUSK officially declares that while in sight of the windows the At- pay better have talked to many hunters upon $50. New York Herald.
..lctdly; he neither moved nor spoke- utter a falsehood when it suited her.I the United States is free from the disea lantic flung its curling crests of foam all city, and I feel myself"growing subject, and have come across but two

"\." : ,only smied. Next she slapped his the piece of tell-tale blotting- known as contagious pleuro-pneutu jnia. along the shining shore. Mrs. Daggett able to work every day. who hail seen anything similar, and they Men are so peculiar that a a rule A

:< -S nee; paper placet my pocket-book, extinguishedthe NEWS from Bering Sea is that nearly all welcomed her warmly she had been So Helen Hyde adopted the cause of thought the wolf had been for man tells his wife the most when she

."... "Still smiling in a slow, lazy, half-con- lights and made,my way in hot liable tbesoaipoacunsfis bein done by Britishvesses ; and one even. poorer and more friendte35than it was done in the kiet saw asks him the least questions. A turtle
once lying.
the of the Mrs.
a Uoptnous way, he drew one hand from upstairs. :My idea was to bend to ; threatening destructing housekeeper herself, and for over a year she I the time I ever will its head in if it poked and
.r. it only keep i
.bu to her from him. In so inuustiy.tOME knew the value of that ladv's patronage."I've for lying was
I I'fj" put
first mnst me. Mifflin
She help Ir.
and ) like
pckt Armstrong. of the Brit- paid $2 a week steadily, wolf be killed wrongfully.- bothered, and a man is a great deal
'. *,J somehow touched the child. Arrived nt the door of the housekeeper'sapartments rf the Scotch members just one room left, my dear, had menaced knew a
,*35'oman, roused to fury, deposited I knocked. Mrs. Armstrong ish Parliament are threatening to desert he said, "under the eaves of the never knew what a danger Forest and Stream. a turtle.-Atchison Globe.

. :.***baby on tbe muddy road and rushed She I Gla'jstone if he does not devote more attention it's furnished When is of a mania
door was
, opened the immediately. to their affairs and less those of the house. It's small, but I him.At a man possessed
I *him. She snatched off his hat. pulled dressed as I had usually seen her. I Irisu. t comfortably and there's a view of the end of that time the old gentlennn's White Hair Tarnlu? Black. I to a woman's sho. the Germans

.. :ftUo'pieces: with her hands, and, not con- "You sir!" she xclaimed in some dis from some wid, stea
,. :.t\ that, she tore it with her teeth, A PUBLIO reception was given to Lieutenant the ocean. I could have given you better grandson came There nothing unusual in hair turn.' 'cl frauenschustechlmonomauic. I'
h Wth it down and danced upon it. may. -t'eary, Mre. Peary and the members of accommodations if I had received Mrs.Dardanel's wild region across the sea, a tall, dark- white i but'a in which the hair I makes one shudder to think of
..'' *' if?lung "Yes, but I must see Miss Lynton at the exreJJiol and of the relief party at But man with the mien of a log case I call the herselfwas
she looked earlier. eyed woman
suddenly pausing letter a day young they might
'" ..tength once. Do you hear: ? Can you help me? the Academy of Natural turned black-again: after being wht was i i
He had not
and master. in
the disguise.
a four ladies teachers prince De. Expre.J
: : told stleD.-Bufalo
in. young recently by a gentleman I
"Step "
to".t. ted. His hands in his dead he
,V.d he still smiled. Then were she pockets :I obejed, and found myself where I JAMES W.BABCOCK Ann Arbor, Mich., Ixwood Institute, came yesterday, and I "My father has been 1 year, troit. A lady of that city originally had Chappie! -"Pweddie, do'I walk a little

t.1Ii :/\.,' thechild and left him. Two policemen picked up had never been before, namely, in Mrs.Armstrong's was willed se\era dollars thre yea I'm sleeping in the parlor. But we will said. "And his papers have only just black eyes and hair, but in the course of J stwangely this evening!" Fweddie"Just -
-.11e.i condition that I
.' seemed to "parlor. ago by an that marry make as possible, and the been thoroughly investigated, so had attained the of I a twifle deah boy."
snug she
wben ,
They you time
t jJflooking on. enjoy to be vnthiu five Mr. Babcock has just a age one.sice
! however, years. the first time that I
I w as scarcely prepared have learned for
that is vacant just
thhights much as I did. Mr. Hawks, suddenly face to face with taken a wife unto himself. very first good-sized room : about seventy years, her hair turned pure Chappie-"I tASk? bweastly
brought so due -
:]i -. '' :.a NorthPiro"man. Edna Lynton, and felt more disconcertedthan '1 HIS year's crop of sugar beets in Bohemia you shall have." there is an arrearage on he my has grantfather's white. This was expected, but about; a bahber that he wa pahting my hair .1 .

. t.i- tank Doctor," said Charlie, .11 I care to own when I saw her stand. is expected to be fifteen to twenty percent Helen was very happy in her little allowance. I hope not ago her hair began darkening, and little to one side. -Chicago,Inter-Ocean.
: year
a tve. less than that of Heavy rains allowed to suler" .
t. :: '_ .d much in this vein the conversation the fire. She looked ethereal, all have somewhat 189 the nook, from whose casement she ccu'dsee been said Mrs is DOW as black as jet. There.i no doubt Penelope"! don't like to sec you

..- ;_ BttUauedto flow, though I joined little in white. A long, loose, white wrapper, ,' but the prices of brigbtene sugar sti prospt tendig the ocean, dotted with white sails. "Ob, he's all right, : Dag of about the change, nor was any artificial dangling around with mere boys all the
it excellent
about taken care
I- I.I't \-.t. ad Edna less. with some swan-down the muslin dress she, was had higher.IN :Mrs. Daggett was a driving, energetic gett." "We have means u-cd. to produce it, so that the time. What do you find that's 1 in

remained a very short time at tableS thrown over several localities in Wabin ton there woman. Farmer Daggett was an honest him. I case is certainly one of the most remarkable in that smooth-faced

,$fwthe hdies left us and, in crossing W01 at dinner. for to are animals running wil which have de- man who invariably fell asleep of an even "You are a noble-hearted woman," 1 recorded in the annals of meiical .i teresting Pertlita his young face
be necessity
*M hail to join them in the drawing-room, "There can no you Ecendea Irotn dom ancestors In Pacific Fart" -"Why, Pe
t"1'i limjg red behind Gascoigne and Hawks. go away. Pie ,BOtay," she said, as Mrs. Chehalhs and Mason Couities. thereis ing with his chair tipped back againstthe said the young man, fervently clasping' history. The lady was not conscious of smooth as it l"ok. -BrooklynLife.

}*M in no haste to find myself again Armstrong was preparing to quit the a remnant of a herd of wild cattle, wtuca wall, and every available inch of the her hand, "and I will see that you are any coange in diet or iu her physical .1 .

.I Udna's presence. I felt guilty, almost room. Ihe woman hesitated,but I signed have roamed through the woods and over the house was filled with su-noier. boarders, no loser by your generosity." condition that would justify the curious a

u tough my wretched secret were writ- to her imperatively to go. prairies of that portion of the State for mostly ladies. Thers were but three ain't me," said Mrs. Daggett, so it is absolutely inex- "Dismissed from your boarding-
face. "This is strange conduct Mr. Dudley. years. besides "I white for Helen Hyde phenomenon house! Why?" the landladysaid '
t ( masculine appendages to the houc turning red and on known hypothesis.-St. \el
.When did go into the Will you explnin it, quickly? asked Edna old whose her second summer at the plainablo 1 would either hve to ,reJuct ray
clergyman spending
; its master-an now Globe-Democrat.
.. \' Geoigie was singing stand- and as she spoke she shivered, though not LATER NEW.WnBUltN' Louis and I '
or "But
in weight
; ., quietly sewing .
.. iugby Gascoige clubbed together every summer farm-house, sat by, g ca'truce.1
.. her, his back Hawks with cold. parishioners 1 "
did thin! ,
..I!;: to learn th3 secret-about him to six weeks' vacation, the window "I' to allow[ why want you t get
"I have come to treat .
bhkned me i to the far side of the room, Mass., celebrated the Two Rundreth reces. A Glass
: wife I' said, assuming sternness of and that me.and Daggett got out of patienceand RGUn.Pln.The "She said my appearance aroused expensive -
et Ea and he were sittinz. Edna %ny I anniversary of hel a literary man large aspirations in tender
tlinj him tales of the ,rebellion of that, alas! by no means expressed my and Fiftiei small income who hid come hither for was going to put him on the town, housewife who delights hopes on the pare of the otherbcarders.Brooklyn

,U and the Derwentwaters. I true feelings. founding. of boarders flaky pastry will hail with joy the adventof I E'igje.
; ,: rest and opportunity to study up the but Miss Hyde, here, one our
il : st dow and listened, silent and spell- She turned paler and trembled. Clasping THE Rhode Island Republican State Con since." the gias; rolling-pia. itis an ideal
mantelpiece "skeleton" for his next novel!, and oldMr. she's paid for him ever Most people ,have two kinds of man
i to the her hands together on Lit outfit not
soft voice A. the evea
uund of the charer. vention was organizad with George if I have interfered adjunct to piemakintr use in the :
head then I Mifflm. "I beg your. pardon ners. One they kitclien and
she laid her pretty upon
had ceased singing the marble slab
? J! Chairman first place to ,
'f an : George piano with Gas- and gazed for a few moments into the tlefleld, of Providence, as an was some time befora Helen Hyde ," said Helen, blushing scarlet a yielding the housekeeper the other is saved for parlor use. "tfou

wigne.: fire. Then she raised her eyes to mine Eugene F. Warner, of Coventry, SecretaryThe fairly I comprehended who old Mr. Mifflin the large black eyes fell scrutmizingly on which has been adopted by never know a man unti you know his

After a time the Doctor cama and held quite suddenly, thus taking me entirely I platform approved the National Convention A bent and bowed little man, with : her face "but he seemed so old and who keeps abreast of the time, in kitchen manner reason that marriage
buthi5 hand: by surprise. A faint tinge of color came I wa. I lieu of the old-fashioned wooden molding .
., platform. the collar of his that-I brings out so sur
silver hair curing; over helpless .,many unpleasant
-Good.night, Dudley," said he. Tve into her face; a smile, sweet and tremu Mead- board. By simply unscrewing the
in the Delamater cases at like the of "God bless for your noble deed! that the was based oa
t THE jury sh.rS you
,got walk lous hovered her coat, a ruffled pictures the pm courtsbip
t 60 it s time I set lip. handle of the glass rolling pin revolving -
In.Tli 1 back him to stay, even of.Ba8- "You are mistaken,'she said, simply Vle Penn., foun 1 a verdict. of guilty as to our Revolutionary forefathers, and biu? said Ambrose Mifflin, earnestly.But I cylinder kept with te parlor 1nel.-.tisoi Globe.

ge1ng a Smoke forauld 'lang syne.' and earnestly, sti without removing George Wallace Delamater, ant not guiltyas eyes that glistened from behind a pairof there was something in "Helen'smanner ice thereby may b tle reduced The family had tomatoes for
.as her from I and T. A. Delam in and which him from offering cracked stewe
proof against temptation; so eyes t G. B.Delamater tr silver spectacles, he shuffled prevented for dinner and one diners found
and I went with him to the hal "How?" The upon which ex-Senator Dela his meals after an apologetic any pecuniary recompense to her. temperature necessary making round and hard in
door. mistaken she I charge out to of any kind.It : something a
"You are entirely re- embezzle puff paste or good pie crt sponful
Come and see Us again ," said I. pested more firmly. She seemed to be mater i convicted i statutory fashion and sat all the bright afternoonsunder '*ily grandfather"will require he. "We your. may be a consolation al to the heartof of the vegetable..' It turned out

'ou ask ome"son he answered paining strength and confidence as she ment. the maples! staring a the sea. services no longer, said the good housewife the new rol drop of solder that had fallen in when.

y'Whenever rea4fly, and, Wth a hearty wGood.nightepnrd ," looked at me. "Wi you not trust me? THI cigarette factory of Kinney Brothers, "Who is that old gentleman! she at have been fortunate in our Australian easily kept tht sweet and clean the can was being seated' It'was shown

Will you not take my word for it?" hi New York City, was wrecked by a fire, last ventured to Mrs. Daggett. investment, and I am prepared t buy hug-pm-so lest to.the baby with explanation it

". 10d Hawk he would find the wffenTand "There is a secret,' I persisted, averting causing a loss of f2O. That lady frowned. the old farm back again and settle here and so half desirable dollar i ever.way-03t lathe was a, little bullet. tat .
than a ad may prt' :
drink In the "
my "
librarr, wher I would i join him immedi. g.What led you to suppos so?" HARRT KERNELL*the well known Irish "It's old Daddy Mifflin, said she permanently. to house furnishing department anj baby, w n t be :boy of about
*iey.) '. my intention return to the "Many circumstances. But to-night Ioverheard !.I comedian, has been pronounced insane, and and I wish it was anybody else. Mrs. Jar began of the big stores.-Chicago.Herald. four jeait and very much tr.i .

S..S\draingroon:. The door ''a closed, by chance,a few words spoken is now an inmate, of Bloomingdale Asylux "Is he a boarder think about getting winter dree guns'looked.up and a-ked: they ;

gb not fastened; I pushed it open a by yourself and in the drawingroom. I City. "Well, he is and be isn't," obscurely made up she received a '.note from Miss tomatoet kill,

,{ "ay, but did not enter; I.saw and .. George .- New answered Mrs. Daggett, who was pick. I Hjdewhich ran a follows: There are 140,000'Chinese in thi soot & 'et.-Golatu. ;

enough without. She started from the position she \ Toronto, ; to have a reg' while Helensat I MM. DABOAKEL:. I am sorry United States. ,. ... ,J. .
Nsr ha l'lnmIrpotP8 currants for a pudding ,'.
tbe where had jog -'D. .
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vi BRADFORD COUNTYTLEGRJPH, The third TUB party DIFFEUENCE.people have affected Every protection Which- Horn paradox? presents a F Notice. Aii tOMFAY 01

IN Court Fourth Judicial Circuit State 3pAlix
that there is differ OYA
to say no shnrp-hnrncil dilemma. Florida, Bradford County.-In Chancery:

PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT- ence between the democratic and If the tariff is not a tax how can it produce Eva Caroline the Executrix of the
ST VRKE.CttAUli'OlU)COUNTY.FI.OJUPA Last; Will and Testament of Cotirad Hochle, -
---- republican parties reference to revenue? RoYALtai1' Deceased, 4.y -.

I.CWEBB. the political issues on which reforms If taxing an article tends to make it vs.
q. __ Edlter and Publisher. Uriah D. Miner and S irah M Mi'er.his wife;
are needed to lighten the burdens of cheaper, how (IOUS it enabls! the manufacturer Jlary D. ULsinpr and O. M. ttisin her husband .-.
; r ; 3Irs. (J. J.Ifiisband and C J.Husband, NEXT I1. O.
StJUSCftI'TIN ftl.OO A YEAK.Ktttcrcd the people.- fact these third ( )
to pay higher vies? her husband, and Gwge M. Weeks and S. F.

partyitos go so far as to say that the If the tariff has raised wages, thus hddjing Myers, SI. A. Myeis an.l S. Biumauer,part
According to Act of Go'ffrcxm'n ners doing business under the firm name of
democratic party is just as responsible S. F.
td the cost of production, how can Myers & Co.
:: Vie Post Offlee..SIar., Fla., at frcondtZrm for all the political ills now prices be lower* ., It being made to appear by the affidavit of L.
? Matter.TICKET.. N&I R Il-odes. compUimni'-i wiltcitor. appended to
resting on the people as the republican When the price of farci produce went the bill tiled in. said cause, that the above Full Select Line
.!- --- -.- This charge has been up under McKinleyi-sm. how could the named defendant*. S. F. Kyers W. A. Myers and Now Offer a
.. rzIlc: party. cost of living d'own? Now that the S. Blumauer. partners doing business under the -
made simply for effect, in order to go firm name of S. F. Myf rs & Co., are non-rcsi-
For Prcsedcnt price of food stuffs is going down, is Hit dents of the State of Florida and that they ate
L v : deceive the masses, and by casting cost of living rising again? each over the aw of wntv-one years, and that ._ .

0110VKU CLEVELAND. odium on the democratic party, preenls If our imports have increased, as the U.eir place of residence is in the City, County - -
and State of New
York and their postofiice address
"* -OF- -
For ViCP-PreM.leiit; to the country this third party protectionists now boast, h"w has the 43 and 50 Maiden Lane. City, County and .
tariff j-ecured: time home market to our pviBg Slate aforesaid; it is tLciefore ordered that the
E. STEVENSON. as the only source to which the
A. manufacturers or prelected wage-earners above named defendants. S. F. MyerJ, M. A.Myers .
look for relief from the and S. Biumauer. p-irfjers doing business
country can .
Eloc.lors the of labor
b Presidential : against competition p.iupcr Absolutely Puro0 Udder the firm name of S. F. Myers & Co., be
TrM. SBACKELVOIin.B. troubles \\hich no\v ntilict it.This abroad( ? LIIt tiiC3"are hereby required to plead answer
effort of the third If our manufacturers can as the statistics or demur to the bill) of complainant filed in this
1!. nL.YCKWELL. party people A cream of tarter bahir.R powler. Highest of cais on or before tl.e SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. PURE DRUGS GARDEN SEEDS IN BULK
I to ignore all difference between show pioduce many: staple articles all in leavening utrcngth.-Lttteat U. S Govern : A D. We, cr the raid bill will be ,
WILLIAM II. MILTON. more cheaply than they can be mic'e: t.irnt Food Rtpoft. taken as coufes-ol against them.
the and
W.N.THOMPSON.For democratic republican parties abroad, why do they m-cd u high tariff? ROYAL BAKIXO POTS-DEH Co.. 100 Wall St., K. Y. 1: is further ordered thru a copy of this orJer
contradicted the be published iu the Bradford County Telegraph Etc. S
n now by course If high tariffs nuke high wages why
n weekly in Bradford
( Second published
c xmfrreseman District: of the third partyites, both in tli2 arc wa es in Germany and in France so Not ice.x County. Florida newspaper once a week for four consecu -

CHARLES M. COOPER. South and in the Northwest in much lower than in England? Circuit Court. Fourth Judicial Circuit. live weeks nest, preceding tl>e above mentioned
.- have often asked without A But of Florida, Bradford County.-In date Doae and rer.deied by me. this
;2.. Who for United States enatt* going ppenly into combinations with Finally as we Chancery: 1'Jih day September, ie. W. T. WEEKS, -
an answer if the foreigner ptys the dmy, JComa K. Caiteris. (.>EAL] Clerk of the Circuit Court.
4 la beginning to worry the people' the republican party in order to defeat why did McKinley leave the treasury w )- Bill for Divorce. By X. WAIN-RIGHT, Deputy ('jerk.I opjir SDD S

this early in the season? the d It mocratic party. The short of money? Marion Carter.It hereby certify that tao above ii true and -
eiiiR made to appear by flie affidavit of the correct copy of the original now on file in my
proof[ had been patent all the time, These questions present several iuteiest- comjilai.iant appended to tile bill in said cause, ofticc.Wi'

The thinl party in the next legislature to who would and ing dilemmas. Which horn of them will that the above-named defendant, Clarion Curler, mv InnJ anJ sejl this September
anyone stop reflect the protectionists choose?-New Yoik is a non-n'RMent of the Sate of riorii'a' and re- 10th, l5tP.'. W. T. WtEKSISKALJ .
will 1 lc nearly as lonesome as ,for a moment, that the republican ies in Wasna county. State of (Jeui-pa, and Clerk. ITLRNBVfl & CO

the republican in the last, jrarty alone could be responsible World. that and county his postjftlce acdthat addicts suid defendant is Serevens-tid is over state the Ey N. D. WAisanar. L'epuly Clerk. TaUff9 ,

for the bad legislation burdening It Is Congressman Cooper. age of twenty-out years it i U therefore ordered Kotk'C.IN" .
; Baskin hcored a goose etfg in both that the above named c'rfendaiit' Mario-i Carter
Jefferson and counties rind the country without any comp'ications We picked up a pencil io write something be required to plead ansxxer or demur to t'ic! Circuit LYvurt. Fcun'i! Judicial Circuit the

of the democratic since! about the election of Cooper; but, bill filed' i in said rnus< on or before the.">th lay State of Florida, Bra-lford County.-ln Chancery -
.carried but ]>oor little Taylor :mdJiakcr of December, A I>. ISOi the same Deing tlie! first3lodzi3 :
counties, in his favor. the republican party has been iu then what is the use? in Mild month and a rule day of tk>s The Bradford County Bank, 1 Wholesale! and Retail! Dealers in
court, or the mid bill will be taken as confessed
moulded J
-- -- power and the policy which He is virtually elected already. against him. Owen Owens.vs.Jr., an 1 V.". C.

Let every good democrat in the has governed the country for the We are simply waiting to have the votes It is further ordered ilit a copyof this notice House, end Robert T. Hemp- chorure_f
w bs published once ft w.-tk for four consecutive
county turn out on November eighth past thiity years. Hut now, when officially counted and n certificate issued weeks in the ttradfi p I County TELEC.RAFH. a stone ners doing, Merchants bi'sine'-s und under I'art'a the j[ gt. ienere MerchandiseS

and cast a vote for Cleveland and there are instances, open and notorious to that effect. weekly newspaper jjuolklied in said county of >in., nan.e of Ibats.hemp-
Bradford. Done anordered hy me this Ath) Stulie did Co. j .
Cooper. Let's make their majorities ,-of coalescence of the republican It is true that many democrats got the day of October, !.. D. IMC. AV. T. WEEKS, ,
hide rubbed off them and their hair turned IL. S ] Clerk Circuit Court. It beincj: made to appear hy the affidavit of
: as large as Mitchell's. paity and third partyites in the wrong way iu the Mate and c<>unly Ry N. I). AVAIXRIOHT. Deputy Clerk.I X. W,Ilackctt, '.iiier "ot the complainant at- TAEJ K J FJ1 OPID.A.
tacho-itotb" bill cf cv.i.liiaat herein tiled,
Kansas Alabama North Carolina hereby certify that the above is a true copy
but is blame for it.
election Cooper not to that
W. C. Rouse ii'RijI'ert T. Hempstone. -
of tl-e oriciaal file in ofttce.W. .
The democratic i is nu'.v oa my
party waging Virginia and Georgia, democrats of Cooper has ever shown himself, not T. WEEKS. mciCiiai.ts an I j:. rtcirsl ing Luaineas u.idcr Staple and Fancy.
:. war against the protective system the South who went into this third only a friend aud member of the democratic Clerk Circuit Court.Dy the firm r.asa.-> Has: f. Hera p-tone: & 1"). aic Groceries
non-n sit- lits ol the tri.vte ot Florida and they :
the 8)>lem that is gradually making party movement in good faith 'to party but a firm, true and ioyal Oct. Will. IMtiNotice C. areiP.CiiCAir ti.! > ijf-; '.i iwistone years,and Any conceivable article.
friend to every individual democrat in that tlt-ir pl.u e of i't: K u.r.a-1 of business is
; a comparatively few men million seek reform and redress of public trouble. Publication' in thv-Uiy vt Bal:. ',..' l/t .t. .>i i.'srjlaaJ, that
aires and reducing the toilers to the for their po-tt/flk--- ..o :i-t5. i2'; ..i.i2.i.: West Baltiuioiv Any kind of Provender
grievances, should abandon such a For u democrat to refuse or fail to vote strei-t, IJjiii'ioiiI'slv*. St-.te of jiiiryland Feed
., condition of poverty.-Tal'ahassccan. rotten consili racy, and not endanger for Cooper would be an act of black ingratitude October 34. lq12.: fNO it-! ; there < le iadtri-d tiiat tii ubcu'c named de ,1 for Live Stock.

their bc'ovcd' southland with "force to Cooper and gross i injustiectnhimself. Iv.'E is hert--y giien that the following- Ceu-Jants.. C. R"iti ihb! rt T. Il' mpsrone. -
named. Ci-ttIi-1 has died notict' of his in'eu- ti.iag bi .i.-t--'i i-idi-r the li-ni niae of
bill" and increased thou in of his lic-'isif. lioii>>t -. li-t; ) V n I t'y are l.erebyjt .
to mate fiaal claim,
enactments prool Kiipixirt
: llie Key West press seems to be tax But democrats won't fail. and that said pi oof will be made before S. F. ""ii l S'.". t'-.- : .'js-.ver or I.> t'e Dry Goods Millinery S
waging war against the city authorities ation by the republican party, aided It is already Congressman Cooper. So Hanfo.ii Clerk >f the Circuit C'on't at Green till <"rtintp; t' .. t i im: 'hi-V cts0:11 r i-ofoie ,
Cove Fla ce.iilvr S, ISJiiz Missouri the hKVH!> i \- i t- Mf>VIT'iJjiiiI. D. l.>'Ji
Sprins on
by its third mote it be.-Jasper X-jws. ; '
on recount of the bad condition ImattY1tmex. B-jWfii, f>{ ll'-xliland. Fla., H E So. 17535, the s.iuie IH-ii-p t.iti' tliy 1.1 Ihfc; c-jtirt, or tho
tortheNXofNE.Sec2tT4SRZRL. chattel an.l tmhipsniegtti: in said Lilt lit LH.* ( And Furnishing Goods, all style, sizes and prices
the sidewalks are in. Evidently Why Thcj Arc Deserting Harrison. lie the witnet to his taken .ijj inst tiie: .1 as c-jnle .s.1!!.
namea fu.K.wins t-s ,1ot1iiiag
00 WEAVER CAUGHT UP WITH. prove It is iurtht"tricthat of thi.t order .. a'
Starjce i not the only City tint is co tkuous ie M.T.5.-e ciwn and cultivation of a rp Call and satisfy
Chairman Atkinson, of the demo nii.Unmliz: H. H Hii'Isc'n.Vni.. Wilkcrson, be .aihi-lietI! .11 tl.e :i'e.lfoaia l (.' imiy Tolejirap' yourself.For
blessed with the wor t sidewalks in When two such "prominent republicans lUve pai'i-. )::i.i.a 1'atlgett; all of Highland, \\ !i-.i' ':.!'t'i |1.iIli.c.J iu Starl:.'. Pra-I- -
4 America, cratic executive committee of Georgia Fla. ALKX. I.Y.NCH, Register. ford Ci.iit; i .".i-.i: --iice a weo'c! for four coiiSecUiixe Farmers, Builders Phosphate iliners. and
is ont in as Judge Gresham and Wayne McYcMgh Wieks i-i-XI pl ceilijj lit lo.vfieil- Hardware
-s----cr'---- -- a very convincing tiofll d'tf.
announce their purpose to vi.te for Mr. Notice io Deb tors ami Creditors .. also Stons, Ranges. Cooking Utensils etc.
4 The iK-oplt's party was defeated in this statement with regard to the alleged ibm: r.nd rv .d. fe-I by ran. tli.Sinte'Uh .; heteuL-r ,

t fcUlc liy a large majority, not much beyond bad treatment of Gen. Weaver and Cleveland il is certainly time for those TOTLCE is hereby jrivt-n that all persons indebted : ; A. D. H i W. T. WEEKS. '
[LbUALj CK'-rU cf tie Circuit Court To suit taste and Also
mv pocket. all
the _i_ to the estate o; Charles II IfcuSey. any ,
F expectations of the more sober- Mrs. Lease in Georgia. He sayithat who are supporting the republican party deceased. lat<5 of Lawtev. Jira'I'orI county. i' By X. J'. >V.-rhIT... .. : J'e.tiy; i !k'r. Furniture
minded members of the- who admit I hei-U. -.i.\ tit ci Ci.ii>.>-.- !. a true
; <
will the lei iiie.l > copy
or the people's party to ask whether they Florida, pay tl.e sam- to uii< > kinds of other House Goods.
the foundation for .. Furnishing
that it was only a trial run to fee what the only possible tr.i.-lak-j. without delay, an.l al!! persons having claims ol tj; rd'ViiUi < "! ii'-i; i 'siyiiTUv.Wili.ebS .
are not making a Judge ,...
ir. i :id nil i.S'Sj-lc: : :uocrlJth,
said them
the uiust duly
rcKtilt would be. against estate present
really exaggerated
egg toVy spread '
Gresham was a member of the cabinet of authentieateil. within two or thi- notice Irf'i V. WtLK-5; ,
; This from the Anthony Times, a broadcast by Gen. Weaver and Mrs. President Arthur :ml Mr. JlstcYeagh was will be plead in bar of their years reovery.Mmci > [SEAL] Clrk.Bi .

.it. people's party paper, js putting it Lease, is that a small boy in the a member of the cabinet of President Gar- Oct. ll.h.-2mos E. S.Exet-utns.HAII.ET X. V.uxr.ia.JT. Deputy Clei fc. E2ST OOODS LOWEST PRICES.

about right. Nobody expected it open air audience at Macon threw field. They have been life-long republicans lii the C ni.ny Jij V '" t'-'irt. Biv. ir-'id Couuty. ,

would amount to much anyhow, not an egg, and he was promptly arrest and have been greatly honored by Election Insisectors.VT' s'f i'kii .
the republican party. They would not l'y t'.f.'u.--' .. iCo'iit.
even the leaders themselves. ed and punished for it. As to Nrs.Lease's desert that party if they had not good a regular muis-timmg of the County Conunis- Etiin-' I 1" j i.t'M ji.t I.- t.,',.
514)1 of Rr.lfooi] l held > th* 3-1 .
ers eoiinty < n <
that the Ill t.i ::! 'U! -if !!. .'::.'--!-:.iivii of ;...-.-veu"y! tif
.' statement disgraceful reasons for doing so. They have given day of October the rjllo.vinainc.l persons thc : a--; llK'v'orfc, I*, i-\i-ct', file: 1 l liv '
Ko white
Southerner can vote the lit3R YOUR S TYLSll! A I TURNOUT mi
scenes at Macon were repeated: their reasons. They do not approve its were duly npnointe- to *er\e in tic M-veral % 'l. WecVs. ucii.I i raturui: tMcitUite.
election !Kti-iris a'tI' el 'k third ticket in November as! .
party high protection and force hill policies. 'tTiiF'ltEa'l' Vsr.k.iniiustrat! < r off
twice in lime of the ttei.eral Election to1 .-tsi li ntidl Eii-etors an.1Ccugresiian. '
presence governor tiiei-statc o< llf-.iy_ \ori!:. Im -of Brad-
without for force bill for They sec how dangeious these policies are M'.i'Tee'Ivi he! 1 tlu *
voting a of the to r>< on f.nil county,." t.t-- .r Fl..dd.e. lioceAS'Hl. has LidsIfl'
Georgia state
capital, to the best inlcv&ts of the cunti-v.Sa- Eighth ilay Noii'iubcr. A. D. ''W2: /
'p,' federal interference in the elections ( f..l! in iiv oi"cv si Stmmge'.tion ol thei.isolv, SADmE MUKbiiib
Mr. Atkinson says: "Gen. Weaver vannah Xews.POLITICAlTcO. IUTRCT Xo I.-ns'c''rs i : T!>os .1 Rurria.J i n j, ui n:.' 1 i T.t%
.. :. of his stale, for bayonelR at the and Mrs. Lease did r MeCuley, Lewis Futch. Clerk: !i-'. (J II.itDiSTiii'T : T.H s*' .-rth.. lt fiTiHI notify ,nil aiiiuon&h
not as No. 2. In Wiii .1
appear r<: Eppeisos. -
polls. If he line made up his mind M 3IEST ,. \V V>' K-liv. Josfu K itekle. ClfikV .11 | e > ./i s In Iliiir cUiinnaraii'St. saH cua'e to
advertised in Atlanta. They would SI.* r ii- :a iu-* in may aitt..' ilulyauth-'ntica'ed. on For Ladies' and Gentlemen's
to betray to that extent the welfare II E-.w.irJs. Jr. eiy II..- 2iinU\! Jan lary. A. K.asacn Riding *,
not to the where IISTHICT No Irspectom : W C Keive. FO
go up capitol, a i.-U'-li dij thre will b a rata distribution of
: of his he well Everything now points to the election of pro .:-
own people, might as LamkUFilcLod. Cleik: C W. Dm'jrlas tima.scL b .
crowd had ; iMi/in to sail state, the
large gathered to hear a.iong a1
deposit tn the ballot box for Cleveland.; ConveiSs to the democratic: III-THKT N'-'. -Insivtoi-s) : C C t-lO'i>. D 'ret'.itors of tbe s ni<-.
n vote them. Governor Northen himself, column aie Iwins made almost daily of J L. F lay. desk: A JI VilHain: \\ itu --* nn han'l i and roil of cc'irt this the "tth
Harrison and Reid.-Now York Sun. I>i-'riucr Xi). .'.Insfft''rs: Tio.i- iol-! TEAMING OF ANY
daycfjtJy. A. i i&Cl' KIND
the and
that Weaver would most prominent re
-. hearing not pnmouncea win. T 1' Register, J Vainadore.. Clerk: Ati [Si! .VL] Wsi. F.MAIpiirns. ,

1 and. Gresham and speak, claiming that he would not publicans.Baskin Yolk. .iu ..- -.*. is1--: Couutj-Judge.!
Judges Cooley DISTRICT Xf>. (J.-ln.-p; cto-s: N I) V.'iiiwrijfhi. -
Wnyne JlacWagh have announced be listened to. went in to insure him l. n Wail, r A Ki.hi.; ti-rx: ui'j W. Alvarez & Cofs Stables.
(.it heal of navigation on Salt He-biTii-r. Notice oi' Klcction. Livery
, the J)119)OSC to vote for Grover a hearing, anti the.meeting by vote River) is warbling monrnlully, 'I'm D15.Tn1CNOlflj'. Oiors: J H 3f.O'. I'll: '

.S. Cleveland this year, those honorable guaranteed that ho would be- respectfully lonely to-night, ilami. uilhout you." butwill Hicks. :! U ileusJev. ClerK: i ivM. T.HaynsV. WICH-,.. Tc e''tmati"S)all nail i'f singuler ti'eh'au-the bh-'riiTs Florida of: the several Pino Horses, Carriages and Saddles. Expert Drivers. Draft

fI and patriotic republicans being listened to. I called on not be beparutnl l Lzi:. from his cherished ( leek Circuit Cotiit.Nhi'i'Hrs KNUAV; YE. that I. JohN L. CRAWFORD, .*
opposed eert-t.mri-" State for il'e Animals and Vehicles for kind of
Toii.uico Plant : HUtc of Florida, do any Hauling.yOHD .
companion ,
the chairman of the executive
to the McKinley tariff and the committee Sale.L"7 hcrtby sive notuv EliatalliEI:1.
force bill. 'Mr. writ of the people's of the F-L1XTIOX STABMXU AND FEED FOil TOUR HORSES. LOW
MacYeaghlias XDEU ami I'viitn- of an execution flared i will tie hcidiii'acouiity: ;n the tntcof Florida.
ten a vigorou* letter to lion. John state early in the evening to extend President Harrison s.h<.uld at once begin E Aiisu-t; 12rh, IS.y, issued iiit.f the! Circuit I j I o Tui-sday next sr.oceeiln;.;tho First Mondav (CHARGES. PROMPT ATTENDANCE.
: to cultivate Hie spirit of resignation Co-irt in and fa- the Fourth Circuit XoxeaiwT. A. l I'. 3J3. the said Tuesday being the
and he told
W. Carter, of .Massachusetts, which him guarantee, me shown by the in in nLo tmti jail been Bradford county. Flon.H. in n ei-r.aiu caiifetheiein EIGHTH PAY OF NoVEMBER, SABLES OPPOSiTt KBIITS (UUlttl LIOEY STARKEFU.
k the democratic i is publishing that Weaver had made up his mind pending; wheroia Charles Jlver. I'u-ta-.e For 4, four Pres! l Untial El 'tora. ,
press hanged by n mob out Wes.t. He thanked;
Nuiler and Coliu H Uobertson. tilting lU-ii>fi.< Vr presentatiye i-f the Fir-t congressional
throughout the country. Mr. J\I\ :>.c- not to speik. His claim of per.-t-cu- his executioners for their kindness. um- under the (inn style of TtfU'r. -Ii.Sler & strict; of Florida in the t..itl congress of the
lion i than ford Journal. Co., were plaintiffs, and \Vaiter \ ills and OwenOwe''S Uiiiteil Stas.;
; i. Veagh was aitorncy-geiu-ral in Jar- nothing more an ovei- Jr.. partr.oix dull.IT l>usinecs tinier the !F..r 15epv: ntativeof the Second con rrtss- FLGRiDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILWAY.
field's cabinet. worked effort to pose as a martyr. finii name an 1 s-ljl l.' of Wills & Owens were defendants. i. ml His statements The Unite-- voles received by A. P. I have k-\ied ui>oi and will sell in the Ull'IVdSt! tte !. FLORIDA TRUiNK
deliberately misrepresent front i>f the court house door in the town 11 IX TEbTiMOXY WHEREOF, I have hereunto LINE. SHORT LINE.
The attempt to pass the furce. bill, the people of Georgia, and Baskin at Ainh"iy, his own home, were Stark :u *ai I cortitv r>f Bni'lfonl. io the hkrli- sttmhand nnd affixed the Great Seal To all points in South 2iiddle and West Florida. Mobile, Jfew Orleans ind the Southwest
*! and the threat in the republican) anything but com;>!wK'ut.iry The ribt of est hMder. on the FIRST MN1Y IN" NOVEjrBrjv. .SEAL of the State Florida! at Tallahassee, Direct ccnnecticns all points Northwest nnriXortl-east. Elegant new coaches.
are cunningly devised for campaign the state fol.owt-d inu ptei; pet hv Anthony : A. I>. I'fJ. ties .iine beinf on the eventii the capital, this the loth day of August, Route from Tairpa to Cincinnati without change of bleeper. ;
platform to persist; in the efFort until purposes." ami the gcncial le.-is'.t rho\\Sthit day of eaM mouth u-innj tne I'l hours ..fsiSeou '. D. I--. via JlonticeMo r>\Thrnnasvijhe.'lIME .- *
-.; thit day. rile ftiiil\vi1g descnlvl !ai'U I JOHN U CRAWFORD, r.tltD In eilcct June 12, 1802.
it accomplished, hhould 1 be -a---- he WHSa propluT whln.ui honor both sit the'amo brins; t h.'i>r jx-rty of saM enough to hold Southern democrats CAN'T STAND EVERYTHING. home and abroad.T-Orange County Ileporter. Jr. siini.te Ijiis; ; ul bein? m the county of 8 t : mvy i 8 i -I ic i % k.s"I Eic M\-> I I i$_9
Uradfoid. Suite of?KiorMa tlesci-ibed as foilowto --. aZplal10aLv> Fernandma Ar 3i4ip> fl4.> nTl.Splli'5aLv 7Up 7l )aL\ Jacksonville Ar
S until all of federal The following is a fair sample of ,IT 19 A DtJTT Ton cwo yourself and fwn. ttJOp lIIp
: together danger .
wit: Tl.e n-irluM: 4511- itcr of thy sonti weSt I>7 to set the beet value for Callahan Ar 23ip 754a stOpiSaLv Baldwin Lv 754p1201p,
.4 interference with elections is passed.We numerous letters being recivod daily ni.jre."f poi-ti-vi Ten In Townsh'p!' Seven, soutn Economize in your footwear by your purchn money.lng 84.hlflaLv Jacksonville Ar 2Ip r a hlua Sti-'laAr lakeCltr Lv CSJp l
,kttnt' '. V. Li. Douglas 0 S5 I p 11 Jfl Lv CaMwinStnrkc Lv 1 45 S 45 I41a 041aAr
Tim Louisyille ( .ut her-Jotirual : ; 'I-.veiity-Oiie ecj> Contaiiii.'g foityaeivs bhoes, rrhich represent the p p a.Lvll47a live Oak Lv 3<5p I IC
.i have no.doubt that as the camaign I by the New York World, and show'show says more or less. Terms eat-h. purehvsir best vatun tar price8 asked, as thoiuaodi Ill7p ITpArliifa 43Ja'LvlirOa aArSuwannee'rpgsLT '
the raises "Tbe democratic pirty U. atKve everything payiu;; for titles; 1*. S CRFWeriJi'r.f -*. will tctbtWT 2rrtpAr Hawthorne 3 21 n 211al.1 0aAr Madison Lv 4 S9p 6(3 a
advancep, the difference)* that party in power campaign elM- a people's purty. Logically '.. Br.-.ilf.v.l Po-nfy. Murida EE NO SIJBSTITUTE..iI 1 OS a 2MpAr Citra LvlIOma 2 44 a 4 3"a 11 SipAr Montictrllo Lv S20p 4tO II sprung from local causes will funds; and hislot it-ally, it Js thy p-.n-ple's party I- hf *r. KISA-ID. D.puty SheniT 3 31 P Ar Silver Springs T.v 9 33 a .MO a 143pAr Ta ahassee Lv 145p310 '
"1 rltrk in the New York From the 2i. tr :il4a 34tpAr CHaliTftipAr LvlOHa 14SiSfiOa 743a .141 pAr Quincy l.v 1247p ltw
amn of the
be forgotten in the desire pnstoftice beginning jrovenjinenlun
to give ; Homosflssa
i Ly 700 al.v lilCa 4101>Ar River J u *lfon Lv 12 08 p It 01 a ;.L
and I live in the Eighth (Postmaster il now it b.-js for ie! wmiia of
the national another triumph ; party Van CiillV) Assembly dUtiiet. I have the manv itiui against tbp tMtsston of 5 45 a 5 41 p A r TavartsApnpka l.v SI-la SlOp St4)aAr 1ol'ihLv 110* '
and to establish its policy in tlie lecciveil noiioc fiom the iiiInct the few. > Y vSitiet l cf sn oriKr maleby tae: Itno V.'io. 8 00 a 63'ipAr Lv 72' a 63 p 74aAr ;.Yv.-Ort>aiiK Lv 8 Zlp
republican ->- 1) F. ?.r.iii.urs! ci.iiiily judge" in and for itro.j !9::0a 71i) p.\r irlando Lv 7 (in a 515 i> 1: (ii Ar Kr.lj.uU Lv 740p
i government of the country.-Nuw leader thu milL employes have to p-iy f.>rd county, Sta.'e of I'lIri-ia.I:1t4'.i i Au .ist C''tii. I 3fl a 4 41 p Lv WiMwooAJ'adeCitj Lv 9 OX a 1210 p 44'ijAr fliiot Iv 200p

:. York Times. 2J pr cent of the j sjoTier to'.sf'l the t-l"Wi'ir! io il e>tatet jare>! 7MpAr rlantcitv l.v C.fla: 91. n s
expenses campaign or
get out. hit election, we'aieof the niiiioi) : I lir.t if lintlu-iois ty of I5iaif.-id and tsitof 7 SO a Sl'OpAre Tampa Lv 5SIaSlOp -141 I _
Now, suppose we try a lov tariff Now, as my salary is only f50 per mouth we had beer voting dirn-t fr ;jiiei-idiiiit tlii; i-vnti Of C il. II il!. ilecisl3i lO ArV..tnAr Waldo Lv II 4-1 aLvll lip tt-OaLv Ar '
th'e anti 'Ut of It I have to pay monthly dues', 41I-s4 rihe1! l nsfoil-iw?: TiruIiwt (jtiarter Gainesville 12 a 33 :<* aiOpKSOaLv
for a few years, says Ie'$ luoine* we would have cast our tadir.ts! for G. phi aAr Ffrnandfna 130p 780% '-t
bcMdes other contributions. I have left but of the iiortliMt 5'! .sorter-n-t.ti eiitl.t. towsl.ii; f'Oo.Xr Od ir Key Lv 7SOn SDpAr Brunswick ?
LvbOO > ;
Cleveliiud.! Initials, not .
(Iowa) Leader. It cannot have the iiinii'ue now .Ix 4. tV.'e lv-h. eI.t. : ; < .
$46 with which to support my mother, used to de>i; nit'j lie ladi vii mm;i'i.! Tbecbaiiman f.teit"i .i Ic.--'. ':ov .' -tte-f.aj i rn.ns on Southern liviMf.n leave Arehf Oai'.y except Sunday s* 3:40: p m. for WflM toini.
'; effect to reverse the laws of 'nature. my wife siml three children. I can't do ot the r.atinnul demi>crt'ic: com- I order! I wi;!svll the f.f Tv-said i e.-il t-sae at |ti1'C< !: < Ecrly Bin end Eaglo Mire: leave Esprit! mine tUdr except Sunday,"at 4a.m" for AI'ebeII&
The Mississippi will likely continue all this tuthout Mealing, and I won't do 1 I outcry i-i fmi't if the con,I Lou'e.J.c.r i io the inicrui-t'iate mail t-e bus cautioned us arnin.this t I I townof S-ai-ke 1 in tie ,ci-i county of Bradford, al-o daily, at K 30 l a tn: Winter 1'ark at 837a m. crnvinsat Oriando 8am leaves Orlando 4.
: to run down stream. Corn, wheat hat) for twenty Ben Harrisons nlthouirh course in voting lor presidential eleclors. i iLccVjurg i lietween the ]cg: '. h-v.iisorsjK'on the! p iii, rrriTirg Winter rark5 L3 p mu;Oviedo (lip in. : daflvat > .. ,

) and oats will continue I nm now up io my neck in debt. I (..'&antneTcial.3ti t l-irst JZosnViy iuOetoVr. A. U1K.. Pullman sleepers for Cincinnati and Tampa and Jacksonville and Tampa and Jacksonvfllw ; S
to grow; cat y"m would nn vise me and others. Though j i tlie e.\ms htlup S! ,!.>> of s--i:1 mont!>rut! n SRI NewOrheanc.
;: lie- and hogs will continue to multi iht-y arc diiying us to the wall will I legil sale day. s dl 1 i--sl estate sot-I! for r ynit>n! Trains ou the Fernandina and Cnmberl n1 route leave Jacksonville and Fernandina. dafly
\\e <,tlitr frantic i-llorl was being made ]ioitlebus.: 'iermcOii.! .uii'sr pin km' \ enet'I.t Sunday. Connects at Fernandina for Dncg nness. Cnmherland Island,Jekyl Island amt
4 ply. Tho price of farm products vote the democmtlc ticket this year One last Thursday i in N<:.\- Ynik to i-A- $2.OJ.VO .- !! t::! '. L. B. iit.KS. .- L'ni'i.wick. forming the Cumberlaf d route and making connections tor M co.. Attest. Chatta*

cannot be lower. The price of farm clerk employed in the registry division (- ) for u-e in the publican! i innd !v.-pt. C, I SJ. C'oi inis.iiier.i no-pa a d northern and western point. Sn.lay train leaves Jacksonville 8 40 a m.niaLag Cmbr.-.
f.-.mpuigu i a'-ve sale is in'.ii t'ie rti-st flo laml route connection. Leaves Fernandina 3 ,.
ptglpoiiej ii arrives
(and] district captain) has already lieen p Sacknville6 ISom. Pullman tltevia*
labor cannot grow les T5ie many binhtrs and numuf-ieiurers': : Neiidty in N.'v.-nher i i' sun- bet m E' Sc- L?=n cars Brunswick to Atlanta,and Atlanta Cincinnati and Nashville. .
be made jiceil to icsign. Osi OF MANY. were fqvu-eZv-d to the lO.OUUmiik' entlidiy 01' slit u.enz... L U. KltplKS.of ; a a a Forinormationseel-icalagent. Ticket
: cannot poorer. The people! up f' FO ti offictj 86V.. Bay street, corner Horan.Depot foot oli -
but still 1 the MiniMS (sir sliol I. and the 1NTLMEN Hogni'tI'eCt.Jl.OIsOflYlIh?. .' O' lf fSiJn pT.! AwacDon 5
generally cannot be placed in a woixcondition. VCAT MITCHELL SAYS. X. S. PESSISHTOS i -
: THE BEST HO FC3THEHON&T.JTL Traffic Manager. l'l
di claratio!! WHS upeuly made by lie managing ClTHS WCF.LO
; No good reason can bt.iirgitl "1 never for one moment doubted the cominiltee thai unless the s'.uuHS tttiC't) iJisv.jI'.iflon.! genuine eeivea shoe mat via not ,fp,fine -

against the proposition to try success of our ticket. \Ylien I placed the forthcoming by tl.( ?6:Ii i in.-t.. tbe pat ty | '|X> TiI')3Eth.n it lav concern: Th" fr-i calf jh ,h smooth and durable ins.Je.than flexible eny other, more shoe coin ever
majority at 1.1.000 I believed it JL of 11 M. Wiili.asc-t O. hiv ilik tLiy.hvniutu1 tola at the
to lie a price. Equal*custom made shoes costing SUMMER
IOAtariff. would tw We RATES.
a swamped. can assure j const nt, ''Ken uisjolve'1. Mr. R. M. tron3to& .
conservative estimateI attribute the of that fact on November the Sih.-Taiiipa. :j r-avinjj bou lit out J. F. Bunch's interest O/L and S"5 TTand-cewedOneenh1boe. Thee
: Tlie ovmvhrltniug defeat of the third party to Tribune. an>l a-stuniii-r?.ll liai.iijt.fs; : ol yaJ 1 i"nn. Ti:iSe J >? most stTltsa,easy and durable shoes ever old
folloviimgtimdsugtestion is the Mippoit of our ticket by the press and v.-.o! ov.-t- tl.e firm will s< ttl-?with XI M.Viliaii.! nt Xrom the$price.3 to f'*.They equal fine Imported oboes potting THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA B. R. w imow preparIng -.

.. from the Florida Agriculturist: to the ability and untiring efforts of the who \viil continuu" thsJ ba-.ia ss under the s jiu 6O SO Police Shoe,wcrn by farmers sad all r.iles for the travel out of Florida to oil tlg"iIn
"Lit for awhile ] Picas on the good work democrats arid(1n'L firm name of li. V.'il.'jmis .: Co \-hZ-s Jlr. J. {IWB others vrto wait a. good heavy calf,three summer resorts, which
us labors
our democratic state executive committee, but F. Bunch g'fS out of S-ii 1 bus.n'-3 poled,extension e ago Joe.easy to walk in,and will wiil} shortly be placed on t>al< .
4 with 1-cnutiful pea pictures of sports above all to the loyalty of the people of forget Unit the state election is sec I2.m.ton.. Hi.:, Oct./x-r 1, l i.i keep the feet dry and w.rn. fine
men's paradise. tourist retreats winter Florida Io the democratic ond in impotlincK In the ch-ciion forpresident. c' Ingmcn's o FIneCalf.25and Shoes 2.OOW.ik. This i is the shortest and fastest out of Florida, Carrying the Wert'j -
party. Al-my S wilt give more wear for the
life in summcrlaml, etc., uccl devote prou.ineut republicans voted for ine, for Home tioveriuuvnl is of urent i iimpurlaiice i \\ ()Fii'Pair 1zlt money, than any other make. Thc-y are made for aer1ce India mail to all points west and northwest. Trains arrive and dear$' ?

our t-nersics to the nutter of ielliu of which 1 fWl! very grateful. All thai 1 but it i js the ci'i'gruss of th-- ;I Tli'- ("-mci ru n.b!I. !1aiiiit'u ;i;md D.myti'r. have found The Increa.irig this out. saics abcs- that worklngume- from union depot in Palat ka ami Macon. Connection made with all Iratt

:- our products, our possibly profitalile en- sjy is thnt I will try and not lissippoml United Siates aail the pies-iileul ha: we r.iiru! l i j5 the i'ltU'ti-ia \ts1i'r.cii line "S' bhoes'2.OO ana are Youths' S1.75 Sebool in .Alacon with the vestibule limited for the Carolina tbef
worn by the and
nusl look for roiief from boys everytEre. Virginia
U'-rprifCs. our undeveloped ixsovuccs. the people who have elected megovenor. .i ncyed wiiii i 1 tluiMij -iti UJ-.viH-ii Cii'fin ali i andlOirr.i : Thenios&fr'iCeablesboeaaold at the pliers. eat *nd with ,
Let us work to get sutlers, citizens, permanent ." stringency and tariff taxation. The fate -) illi; ,:: I 1v.i Jni'js rurh wnycir p; ; 2.OG.oo and Hand-sewed Sismes through sleeping car lines for resorts in Tennessee, Ken?!

residents alMhe-yeiir-round-peo- That has the right ring to it. governments cannot touch <>r reach thcss <; \- <:..y in lln- year virti! jii.Mir'uuis i11ases. are made of the best OongoU$1.75 or fine Calf.for M tiu-kv and all points north and northwest. Sleeping caw between Palatkajl

ple. PeoPle who will May with us, live Governor Mitchell is all right and questions aud at present they arc the all- ; fJitir C-tr.5 "U l-i} tftiilss anil l ii mIlI1'm!!- dealred.his.. TbeatQ&xj TheyareveryityUshconifortableand equk13 custom mnadeahoesoaUn a. m.
impoitant matters all Americai citizens. ,
with to
tic of p.
us. us. luuktt rrota
fiur 1 $4,00 $3.00. Ladies
country .o in iii -'- ;ittl linpr'ivvt! foijjjKiriiiu'htj who wUli to economize in IMK
Iilnsin us the rose and fill our coffers the pi-ople are satisfied. Too much Bo 'in hand In vote! rigl.t iu .Nti- j; <>': rpr-is itimIi1 IriieI"i't- trim a : 0 51 a. ra. and 0 r.7 p. m., Lake City, 8 03 a. m. and 10 55
,witli. guhi. Let us welcome the tourist stress cannot be laid to the as>istance vimber.-Tern pa Ti i Siu u e. l.-l ti ( io'i"ii'ili :u'i I iidiat.icI j I; ., t '.<> stamped on tie bottom of each shoe: look price for la it A. P. KKAPP, Traffic Mansr. JAMES JHK1VZIK9, Gve.At e pin

'hen Ifc make his when yon boy. Beware deaieptemptjngto cob* _ __ ___
conies stay pleasant of the press, for where would J'.ntl I tl=l"-: -Vil'ii l-iinir :in.liivpi r ti> I*!. ULUW OLCT Ui5& rorLaeln. cmcn aMurouonsare- -
4. '. and invite him to stay as 'on; as he pleases Mitchell have been had the Cooper Victory. | 1..iui'. *:i<{ ;. lO'-.i'' ('.-iihj'i-.t ;> o-I : '(> Irandulent abject to prosecution by law for obtMning .&4

.but let our t-ffom l>e directed to the united defeat him press .Now that ilic N! to ?
; intitu-r if obtaining RHtiers ralher' have Come and sjoae. and a gt*-il denso- !! Ii-l i\-g -r t i..c: : 1.I ', i tI.. Agency for __
; birds of -- p J. W. HODGES. _
r3' pisae. cratic vn-i.iry siL-SiIcveiJ.! : leus.. >'m.isv lle. ,*1i 1)-: t-.m '! f l-t--
--. Instead of lighting the South by : !Iri ',,;I hIiFt'-lt$. + :.I ,. ;,( GENERAL BLACKSMItKiASO
that ihe los
country is j.u s'i 1:1
; The great ,5tato of Florida lies furnishing money to pay the c.inlf its faili! in national psriy alfHtrs. (" II & !) " : --I ->;: i.f x in.-uniui I, J. WISS & SONS' '4

principally in the! city of Pt-t.sacola j jlliouglija j I jnign expenses of a force bill party, So far as the Cleel ion of either .i r. I mn1i.Lt.ieis: .u. i. (J. 1, era
GiM-rai" l\i- : Tiii.etj
email section of the it would to be Cooper as a from ibis itNtrlct. -
-: comju ]j seem good business j congressmau : .memmt. ('jot-lull ;1i. 1) tj 2f WOOD-WORKER J
on wealth laps over into .lacksonvillc. -: policy ou tlc pait of the Northern or lIme democrilic prtiilenti..'.i elc CAVEATS.CbPtR'fcHTs 13-

toys there is ais.>hitfly no tl.uib1. b.n Ki I j i B-ckcn's! Arnica Salve CLIPPER Is located at the oM WhCIbI
: .-Pensaeola Ken s. ;| manufacturers to cultivate the I democrats : tinahop.
turn i>ul ami make tire ni.joriuy I I Th- :. -. > 'v.-i : 't- -> -I r. i- i- f. is prepared la-make or repair all kiiron..tin
...: Not so! Key 'West is Florida! friendship of" the South. There is
Some Avber. Alabama \vas no field of made to him that iso party is to i deaJ for MUNN & co., aim BRoADway, Nnw Toa. ,
years ago open any PUI1nIt.uu| "4'j.cI'T i ;. fhi; } t.i !i.i- c i! i-t i Oldest bureau Ice seny you a wagon or repair your coffeepots _
trying to make a (rape of the state>, ]f inviting and easily reached AS the earth, but that docs not lessen the-! duty f e-'rims,, tii;,! ,.5! sLin t-rz-m"s. :;n ii S : s a Everypatcnt tMen out by us Is brwbt befere make you a plow or repair your ba&71 |

an internal convulsion occurred onenight <, South. Tliis section buys more democrats tn turn out and %- >te. .Mr. lit.s.i_ t'ir-'( or ott t.y relilireri. ItI the punic bya nouce gIven freeof charge In the shoe your horse or sell you ** Cbfcai*? ScoI'to
Cooper and .Mr. Cleveland are worthy of :- u ',-- ;-,' o 1ve ;.n. i' sh- (- Aermotor.
: and carried end of the | Northern goods in than will cie8tii _
] a meikrnzLarrest
your year your support -Green Cove Spinj.: or ISSOHrts'MHjf; : Pi-jz-e 5 t-iuts pt'" Now .Mr. Farmer

: business over to join the mainland, ; be bought in ten years by eveiy one i *v I IA I_, .x. 'r'rao Lr, ;,e triig ('it. fiud out all about this, it will wf you" "
windmill. M
leaving us with the bag to hold. j'E of the countries with which so-called Strnuge ICpisodc. ; Xosire. These and Ctfpp fully warranej are made of the very finest materrl man wor1d cirenIUon Splend1Wy of I1lustratej any scientific No pspe lnelljgon In the be usetl for any purpose thai wnter ]poWU5. _____

; And we are *glad to hold it as the reciprocity treaties have recently Two pair of pants, two old shirts with The blades are slightly curved. It Ii the only 7our;sbonJd$ii) sti be mnthg witbou, Address tt.Jlipans Weekly HtfX$3.00 a can be put to. When you are itt ww _

uanie goes with] it.Vc are all 1 j I been made! Yet many of the mans -- washbill attached and a salt and peper C''PI.,:'LS inaatb iir.ii 'oucbrati* .ifi'er i'e i'-.e i UTIVrn.will pre-cestnwae.-. i' y -'> practical used Clipper them. made,and endorsed by all who -l-u-IiLISEIBS. _, l ,nMtaway, Ytr. call! and \learn all nliont i il. It doe **.3? to

health and happiness here. This | nfacturcrs deal blows to the straw hat hung from a limb on the old !)' '>., t-'oiir jml e *ii a-iil for i'i- t- --v ,>" Sou by the Hardware and Supply Trade. ----------- Ijik.- a wagun !oad of inant-y to paich*** sgivenzy
4 goose i: 'o'd a'tit..i.Fto- '. ad' "-srror J. WISS & SONS, Newark N. J., Manufacturers.Ril.ans TaLnlcsl anih paia.Kiparjs is worth a big pocket faH **
Florida and our' people are floriderthan j that lays the golden egg by sub- hickory tree in Anthony Sunday mnczrnin t--e evte W. ; : ie&l. (!ce' :11 "r ). **g
a" Some of the boys claim they were the re- f.-3l ant .t'fiw aS"al dscL-i-50 Tabules assist digcssi! i nliiixin.s yell
West .
-' y'onrs.-Key Gnlf Penrant. scribing large amounts to force fram said aJiuiJsiratioa.; -
mains of
the third"ptrty.. : Tabules cure lirrsr troubles. iStarkc
.. ./ 4 I bill.-Savannah News. j Times, third party organ. Anthony ,j May2.Ii1.Gui. -. A.-',tilrninitrator.T VT, I1aDL Rip-ms Tabules move the bowel Kinans Talulc-s Tabiilca! cure canstsi d atba. CEO W. YOUNG, Eip

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;: .. : : '. J. jnttlrooim'llIlu .v ..r Bradford" Lodge,,-No. -' 'P!'."."
: T. : A: Meet Thursday ni -"
_ KNIGHT Ono virtue of the mushroom that' SuodAylnCRebmontJ .
_\J oftentimes is not realized by its chlufi-r JJ w.. Frll w..
I .1. E. 'V'Qf1UOBT.: Sec .t _
pious'even is its nutritive qualities for
it is often considered fit only for a sanco I. O. O. I% :Reaul&rG

Fashionable Millinery and Fancy Goods, Laces, Ribbons and Veilings, Silk Balls, Tassels and, Applq:; Cl!: jh and Lib- -- .' ;: .:, ,:;;' or with a a side friend dish.who Uecently ia a bon ate vivant dinner c.nA I \ night meeting In brothers their every hall.cordiallyincited. Tnead'Transient y-

-- .Bells/Embroidery; Knitting and ,Wash' Silks, Tinsel Balls, etc.; .Felts and Plushes, Silk and Wool Shzur; :.7:7: : cs'. and :. p gifted with an abnormally large appe '.. .1.UGwj.

ladiesL&dervests and Hosiery. The largest line of children's Hose in the city. Finest line of Dress God:, ."".'Jor. :? and ing tite. but To my mushrooms emprise bread he ordered, and butter noth-, F.J.FIEt.DSSec.. '

'Trimmer ever brought to this market. Nice assortment of Dress and Trimming Silks, Hamburg and Linen Ec: :/; *:ries, la- and of ,course drinkables. We had 1Jh; STEWAKT, M. D. .

dies' and gentlemen's Shoes; boys' cheap Clothing, gentlemen's Overshirts, .Laundried and Unlaundried Linen Shirt S'.ock; of mushrooms broiled on toast.raw, It stewed.was my fried first and experience -I Offlce with .c'.

Domestics complete. Call and examine for yourselves, as space and time will not permit further enumeration. .. but I found them excellent. .,
I: certainly thought they would not I StarJet ])ruy Company.TfiTE .

I- T .A.. 'KN""IGET: I "stay by me" but to my surprise for marsh : .. .
.. Fla. .
.1 walnut Sl Starke -- ---- -- -
1 .cor.CaIIand many: hours afterward 1 had as complete -

a sense of fullness as rare roast POWELL! t U.; 0.,

f CoutiyYTELEGRJLPH. This is Columbus Day I Snow and ice arc among the luxuries No More Iron Buildings. beef 01'juicy steak over imparted.ew
\ 10 JONEL
.I The public school will celebrate of the North, even this e.u'ym The city council has ruled out the York Telegram. PHYSICIAN. AND SURGEON.Oflitc .
building of corrugated iron buildings in
' ==-- the season. 0
to-day. IK-flnltlon.
I' 'la.. Oct. 21 1892. the future. No more buildings can be A at.flKsKlii*' tints Store
Starke. ,
: A teacher of natural philosophy onceasked
.... Mr. Tompsett is expecting his The successful county candidates erect .d in Starke, within the fire limits
.- the bright boy of the class how STARKE !"tORIDA
, week. should come forward, each and 25 Years Behind the Counter.
affairs. family next unless 'hey be brick stone or granite. many kinds of force there were and was my5tf
% :Local everyone, and make a contribution Rtctions 1 and 2 of ordinance No. 25 astonished to receive the following reply: -; ---7'
A great deal of cotton came intomarkt to the city paik. Who will be the "Three ma'am. Mental force, pbyskalforce COMER L PEEK "
) Why buy inferior flour when yon II I. I"C'/llll1i:: follows: I ATTORNISY-AT-LAWmtd NOT.'H*
last Saturday. first? : and police torce.PharmaceutiC'dI
,J Home at the same1iricc An ordinance in relation to establishing -a.nJ-
t :
canYct Swe r -r-""'- -'" I J
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& Richard. Mr. J. G. Alvarez's cotton All talk a fire limit in the town of St.irkc. Fire Insurance.P.t'II't'llt.'ntq .
| at Hcibcrgcr gins to the the
The and town council in council Shoes Clothing Ladies Hats Woman. UVERfOOLA LONDON & tiLOBft .
Only n ;
Our line of ladles' hlack silk umbrellas started up Wednesday.. Starke and I High( Spring' >:'l.ilway i is assembled il>> ordain! as follows: lie mysteriously)-Can you keep a secret rno'I1HWASIlIo' :\ TOX, OREENWICH; .

cann&Vbe surpassed. Mrs. S. J. Temple is quite ill at going to be built; and that right : SECTION 1 On and after the passage: i ,!? ( ,SECURiTY., and Choice HAUTFURD lots of Land Fire in town InsuranceCompanies. and

Truby, Sternburg & Co. her home at Temple's Mill. soon. So say those who have the i of Ibis ordinance it shall be unlawful tor Trimmed and Untrimmed, :Sho: (ingenuofisly don'tknow; I never \I county forsae.ST.tRKI .

done matter in charge. any person, firm or corporation to erect, tried to.-Detroit Free! Press.' .- FLORIDA:
AH kinds of hauling promptly !build!, or cause l to be erected or built any jneiatf!
Mr. J. A. Colson medicine ----- Corsets.
at J. WT.Alvarez&CO.'S' stables. is studying Mr.\ and Mrs. J. I). Baskin and house or building constructed of any Cln11n.L Thomson Glove-Fitting I Cleveland and Ills Administra
tinder Dr. J. I,. Gaskfns. Frazee & Hall
Domestic and New Home sewing Mr. and Mis.V.. M. Ross and} Mr. cxc.-pt metal, brick granite or I I tion.

machines for sale: by Mrs. Prof. McDonald\ is quite sickat II. Smith, of Anthony, Marion Stone the! except street committee awnings;. under or construct the npppvalof any DRY GOODS! I We have received an chgant booklet eu- Att'ys and Counsellors at Law,

Trilby,_Sternbnrg & Co. her home in North Starke. county, spent last Sunday with Mrs. flute' in said limit without the approval of l titled'-Clevdiind and His Administration." .1'.1'l

Send Jacksonville consign-! Rivers, of this city. tli? street committeeSt'.C. GOObS The I just pages IIC this woik are taken ROOM NO. 1. J6XJS& BLOCK.

your the Florida Producer's The roads are getting dried out 2. :Section: 1 han only apply to DRY } I from The National Ujolopaetli.icf American STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA.And .

menU to tfDon't. again and travel is picking up. A large party of Bradford county I the following limit wititin the town of iuIliiit ; Downey Bulld'g, cor. Third and
Consumers Exchange I Biography just as they appear
and men expect soon to take a twoi'ceks' Starkv; : The wiiole; of blocks 14. 15, 16. CenterStrs. Fernandina, Fla.
that we are headquarters Thanksgiving will soon be here. the cast half and lots 6.and i in block 17. great work. .musirtlims! and nil.! jylT '
forget hunt and fish the (Gulf' .. ;
Means' shoes. J I : on the cast half or block 18. the whole of J. Jones TS.e! full-page portraits of l.levelanclnll -
and him
fat. N
for James Buy a turkey get big
coast. A more pleasant trip could blocks 19, 20 and 21, the north half of Stevnstm are admirable, and those ofBayard. W. IL RIVERS
& Co. !
Truby, Sternburg Beggarweed: fields near Starke are hardly be imagined.Miss blocks 2G, 27 and 28. : Whitney., Mnnuing.J Vila

THave you tried Sweet Home flour?, fattening lots of horses this fall. The amendment is as follows: stock is in consist- Dickinson Fairchil'l and Endicuit are .
day. Ella Tydings, a missionaryfrom : nppioved portraits: that give nu ii.ipies-ive I' DEALERJN
he sales are increasing every The town council in council assembled to (lie brillumt Inca who
best trade nee it. For sale by The school directors held a neet- Mexico, is visiting with Mr. do oulnin as follows: That section 1 of made introduction Mr. Cleveland's{ cabinet.

The Hciberger & Richard. ing at Col. Rhode office Tuesday. \V. II. Rivers and family. Miss c.nlinancNn.. 25.: "an ordinance in relation ing of everythingthat The up text of this put of the work is en-I

Tydings is just hack from her field to oUtblhliin a fin limit in the town .irely biographical and was pit pared GENERAL r MERCHANDISE
. books and stationery-new "
School 1Irs.Vindisch, .formerly Miss i of labor on a visit to her parents at of :Siaikr.: be amended as follows: Inline without reference to campaign purposes.( .
stock-at Morgan Bro's.Ask Lena McKinney, of Palatka, spent : Anthony. G strike out I the word "metal" and to his customers Thia insures for it extensive uud careful Dill GOODS

I C Webb for card, stencils; some time in the city this week ___H __ __.___ read "buck, granite and stone and said I reading as it is in no sense partisan and ,
of the Florida Producers' ndConsumers' her friends. Mr. N. J. Jones i is a strong believer ordinance to take;: effect upon passage of will be willingly read by political: oppo- I .
etc., among this oidinance. feature alone will do NOTIONS
Useless to nents. This good ,
tf in is demonstrated want.
Exchange. advertising, as :Now, the question naturally arises missionary work in republican ranks.. y
of all kinds at The public school exhibition today by his big column advertisement The are made
.Tob printing 1 \\ hat Is a person of limited means to do if supplementary pages up HOOTS.SHOES.
office. in honor of Columbus is very lie says that. it has already of carefully prepared and effective cam-
he wishes to a business in our city tell what all
interesting. brought him profit enough to !I open you paign matter. Altogether! there has
U. J. Jones.has 800 Crosby cemetery pay The fire limit covers the entire business and
for itself several times over. neycr been issued by any political organization .
lots for sale. Mr. George Uurnside, of Orlando, portion of t the town as follows: Bounded a campaign document that prom-

Write to the P. & C. Exchange, is in the city visiting among His rd. You can't put up a building in the ou the north! by .Telflr: on street, on the he sells, you all ises .so results extensive distribution"Cleveland and and gratify His GROCERIES.Starke .

Jacksonville, for market prices before atives. fire limits: of Starke unless i it be of east by Cheiry, south it includes Madison ing" We urge every demo- .

V- you ship_ elsewhere. tf Mr. Benj. Witkovski has secured brick, stone or granite. So say: our sin-et and ]Ii.ilf I of the block south of the know. When this cratic club and county and towii organization .-. Fbi.DRUGTOREP.

- New line of low shoes just receiv- a position Snntord and has to council men. This effectually shutoff street from Spruce to Walmii streets, (to secure copies distribution. -- --- --- -

Sternburg & Co. -- gone all persons of limited means, and west! includes! east half of the blcck Clubs, may order in quantities through the I
de at Truhy
r accept it. news.companies, anti single copies are on I
of sale. the probabilities are no new buildings : l bounded ou south by Madison, north of enterprising mer-
We make returns on day sale! at every news stand.Teachers' :
Fl. P. & C. Exchange, Jacksonville.: Mr. Tom Wall, of Middleburg, will be erected soon. Call on Walnut Street; includes also south

was in the city this week visiting his --" --- half and cast half of block bounded south chant Institute. _
tf _ _ friends. The Starke Drug Company has justly says The following M the program of the
many by Call and north by Jefferson on Wal- .
:: ONE MILLION pOXES of oranges just received a new pair: of Torsion:; Bradford County Teachers Institute to beheld

: wanted by Burton K. Barrs, The railroad folks' held a meeting scales.! They are so very delicate nut street making six whole) blocks and his is the at Lake: : Biuler November 5th, 1892:

Jacksonville. on Tuesday. They say the road is that the smallest puticle'm: change! eight half Work 9:3') .1. tn. Exposition of'bes-t method

All summer goods at reduced sure to be built. the balance. Tin- entire scale is on- WmE OF CARDUI, a Tonic fur Women. of teaching color. Airs. A. Junes.

Truby Sternburg & Co closed in a handsome: glass: case, 10) to 10:30: a. m Heports o( teachers
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prices. The cotton ginning establishment which is entirely dust proof. The.;eaie Better Schools Needed. LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE ou the grading <,f their. !schools.
, Poaches, grapes, berries vegetables of Co. was' lt>::.50 ti> 11. !.cctureubj.'t: : : Applied I
Truby, Sternburg the most delicate
eaJ1 1 oranges in season. undoubtedly The following! able article on better uientid leaching in history Hal 'ge ..
trPo & C. Ex., .T ac1c onvi1le. started up Monday. and the finest scales! III the city.In I schools has been Imidcd in for publication In this ography.II .
The rice has been ,salvation It is evidently taken from a newspaper t') 12. DisciHeion of school troubles ,
will be a
; The TELEGRAPH. sent to crop our rush lust week ue did not and their rem
.:' any address for $1 a year. this year to those who failed in call attention to :Mr.! T. A. Kni!.!ht's that is published in a more prosperous 1 p. m. to 2 p.: m. Dis cnsMoii-Subject: DE.\LER IN ""

.No trouble to pet 'vour money making a corn crop. big advertisement at the head} of county than OllriYc believe our place, he backs up Best method of teaching childicn t<> concentrate Drugs & Medicines

; when deal with the P. & C. Ex- this page; but it was hardly: necessary -' people are gradually, improving in the their minds upon their studies. Starke, Fla
Rev. Dr. Holeman will
you preach ,lioul and in Appointees, Oic.n; : Cone, J. P. Bennett L.
: system n.earlyevery case
change. ____ tf next Sunday in the Episcopal church. as it was advertisement: that his assertion with .1. Knight: J. E.; \Vainriglit, U. T. Physicians' Prescriptions
doing the best can possibly afford.
did its O\\ n talking. .l Ia'. Knight 7iovrs
LADIES, ask for All cordiallinvited.. Dowling. L'nrefu{ Compounded. at a -day or
IORD'S n__.__ .___ __ has a fine stock of oollsn.l the Yet it i is good reading uiul we commend it 2 to 2:30 p. m. Esslys: -Subject: The n1UM.

-' INEITTINC1 :11V.. F. hail, of Ih'rntntlina'"pent ladies: fully I appreciate[ the I fact, to all l: I several good and miutt i way to win the love and. rt--' u'Ct "fchildren.

Saturday a.ndlInclay: with his judging by the way ;ill hands are I n I these I days of railroads I telegraphs: Appointee!*, :Miss Rat untieCitk. U.D. MINER
Miss Ecl.I1il'r
OOT WEARat Miss A. Ll' tner. : *,
telephones and daily mails It is
parents hear this place. kept busy waiting on customers. .
Miss Ellen Davis.2oO
S A.
Truby. Stcrnburg & Co .. the schools should keep pace with all substantial rea- Mrs. Colc.son.
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Fine horses aud carriages at J W Mr. J. G. Alvarez says: that he An Interesting; ; Book.Mr. :. other educational. 1 facilities. But they are : fractions lo :i p. in.and compound Best method!proportion.of teaching

Alvarez & Co. has 135,000 pounds less cotton.than E. 1... Stafford of L.wtey: was in ter not with up with the people the times.? What is the mat sons. Appointees, T. I B. Ilarttg. 11. '1'. Dowling. Watchmaker andleweler.

J W: Hodges has a large stock of ,he had at this time last year. the city on Tuesday und made: u pleasantcall In many, neighborhoods the children' :S.: G. b'arectt.V.. W. }McDonald Mitch

at office. Mr.r Stafford is puttingin have no: better for receiving Ma.kec.S.
our opportunity
clothing that he is bound to sell. Mr. S. F. Gardner shipped the to 4 p. m. OI'lscu'lsion-3ubjcc: The
some time in canvassing!: for a interesting an education than they had from 1840) tcJ8GO. i First all he has served
. Call and see it._ first oranges from Staike this year I : For this stale of affaiis no one is to of public! schools and our duty (as teachers!) -
and popular book;: entitled "Co 4ilame to them. Appointees, S. G. Barnelt,
that have come to our notice. ) except the parents They ara too
OLD RIP TOBACCO.( lumbus and Columbia"a pictorial historyof lazy, and indifferent in some neighborhoods Mitch Markee K. T. Dowling. I. 11. ..
behind the counter
' .: IIp.'U\l! "&.this brand, who never Senator Call and Mr. C. Gibbons the man and I the nation embracing n to build comfortable! school houses. dry goods Johnson, Thos Deklc, J. L. Hill. A. 1 S.:

review of our country's progress, n complete Donaldson! ) I L. J. Kni ht. ... -
trielTlbe7ore ton furnish
: will be in town to-morrow and speakat They are mean to them when Starke Flar
of, America life of Every teacher i is earnestly requested It)
history a new
built. If they have comfortable house 25 and is conceded
And having bought it ouic, comes the court house about noon. Columbus and nn illustrated di-sciiption they will not employ a teacher for eight for years, I attend the Institute. No pains:: will be :

;, back for more. of the feat Columbian exposition. four months if spared to make! the: Institute both practical -
or ten ; or they get one. pay
old by Truhy, Sternburg & Co. Circuit court in C.ay: county this books;: iii one, \hJ' the following distinguished is so small; that the teacher could! make as:: to be the. keenest buyer that and profitable to the teachers and their
i' week has attracted several of our authors: Book I. by lion. James much in a cotton mill school work. Largest Assortment ',of

If you are due anything on your lawyers to Green Cove Spring. G. Blame, book II. by J. \\ Bumel. book A house 22x30 will accommodate. 50' (Our superintendent. .1. L. Hill after

i subscription to the TELEGRAPH we .- -.-...-.-- .III. by Prof. John Clark Kidpath, book pupils. There will be room for 20 double goes to the market. investigating the feasibility of holding the
Mrs. J. M. Johns and JJtitterworth. Embellished Institute at Providence! finds it to be entirely Watches Clocks and
will take oats, corn, fodder, potatoes daughterhave : IV. by Hon. Benj. desks. The house well built and ceiled, ,
P chickens or anything else returned<< home, after a pleasant with over five hundred engravings or plasteied. with a Kood heating stove, impracticable; and orcleis me to
eggs I Second. His to be Lake Butler
sojourn with friends in Georgia. maps ch-trts and diagrams! timid would cost about $150; The 20 desks long experiencein announce its meeting at Jewelry "
off and allow full
you want to turn I illustrated in oil colors by great masters. would cost $00 I to ;J75. This is u small on November 5lh 1&G2.:! \

& market price. __ tf Strawberries: arc looking very well This i is a very nice book, and should be in iuvi-stment when one considers the.niaumy the business gives him a F. G. SCIIELL.
the home of everybodjIf Mr. StalToid -
, *d ; 'rryour cigars, we have the best and prospects are good for a big benefits to be deiived. Sunday School Union.
fails to call upon you, a letter will reach A #ond school lu'iisc with :t good teacher::, attention given to time Jo
assortment the and of this 'To the Baptist Churches and Sunday Schools
in city. crop plenty money year. him addressed,__hU to_Lawtey.School ._ means a. great uplift in the lIeighh'l ltOlJ'1. superior knowledge of what the Within the Bounds of the New River iiaptist pairing of Clocks anti 'Watclie:
Tl'll.y, Sternburg & Co. and will I I I Association OnstTixo
Ignorance prejudice gnuluilly :
Miss! Della left Wednesday *
A full line of James -Means- cel- McKinney Meeting. give way to intelligence and liberal opin You are requested! to send delegates to Hoot i work (lone at reasonable rates.
; I morning for Darien, Ga., to The annual meeting of the stockholders;:} ions. The tendency of the boys and girls trade needs, and where and I the missionary and Sunday; school union -
brated shoes
for men and boys at visit her sister, Mrs. Rafe Spark- of the Bradford County High school was will be upward and; not downward. convening with the Antioch Baptist FOR SALE. '

: Truby, Sternburg & Jo. man. held on TucsdayOctob'r 18th. and was Homes will be uMle more attractive. church, ia .\1tchlllcount).. on Friday,

: '..: Cedar ly--oysters- --at Meachams: called to order by J. L. Gaskins presi- :Slouchy dirty housekeeping NIl! disappear how to get it at ROCK BOTTOM 25th iusl for the purpose of perfecting The following Hescribt-d property locntcd -
Advertising It it did not I ill families wIK-IK bright childaen are and ratifying said organization for mission!
pays. within the limits of the
and Saturday until dent. The following stockholders Were corporate
every Wednesday would not find the studying and learning something.It and :Sunday: school work.
further notice; 35 cents a quart, you more prosperous present: Mrs. M. L. Thomas II. C. Hei- is an easy matter to secure and keep PRICES. I JOSEPH: THOMAS, town of Starker: is offered for snlc:

20 cents a pint. merchants doing the most berger, J. C. Richard. W. E. Davis, L. C. a good school eight to ten months.! A I Oct. 13lh. '92.-21 Moderator Two Acres of .Laud

, _- of it. Hull J. M. Truby P. K. Morgan W. N, fair teacher ('tl be secured for $200 and well fenced, 'which is ft good. well
Third. He carries the nicest upon
FOR SALOn Herring fire-proof -- ---- Meacham C. L. Peck, B. Kilo. J. W. I board. The public school fund will pay a Fruit Trees.attention .

safe. Apply to Mrs. M A. Read, Pro p ct.'i are good for a big tour Morgan, J. G. Alvarez. X. W. Hnckctt: first grate teacher ..\ $lOO. Then the I again call the of those inter painted( r.nil plastered fwo-story welling

Burrin House, Lawtey, Fla. ist travel after the election is over, I Geo. E Pace. patrons wIll have to furnish board and line of Dress Goods Silks Velvets ested in putting out fruit trees of any an excellent well of water bricked from

and Starke will come in for her On motion J. W. Morgan was chosen.,: $1
F: Our line of medium ana tine share. secretory pro tern. cheaper to employ a $300 teacher, how- cheaper than they can get such stock The following i is II list of the Trees growing -
The financial of the board of directors evefyfoi tIme advantagewill more than elscnheic. LI'Cunte and two
. L dress goods iaVcry complete! and all report and plushes for this mar pears one th?place:
. Mrs. J. R. Martin .has returned was read by the fcccrelaiy: and, compensate: for the increased pay. years old, and Kciifer Hybrids a specialty. upon
ask is
;( we you give us a look after considerable uiscussiwii was ac- The neighborhood. that can furnish 20 A'so large stock. of shrubbery. A man 90 Plum Trees, 13 varietIes 2
)< .f t before you buy.; Our prices are from Kentucky, where she went to i I cepted. to 30 children of school agu should! cer- .. ket, consequenty the trade can see what he is buying before he pays bearing;-Ulstiitits; 5,2 varieties Apples

right and quality superior. see her daughter, who died while The following! officers. were elected( for tainly have ti good school. If they fail for It. Grape vi-ies of the best varietiesfor 6 trees ((3 Standard) 3 on Pear roots;
she there. the they vote for instead of knowledge Florida. J. W. SYDBOTEJT;
l I' J TrubySternbur & Co. was ensuing year: ignorance
-. -; For Board of Directors-J. M Truby, vice instead of virtue degradation I comes to him for nice goods. Oranjjo Trees. 4 varieties;77 Pear

:; .-# In dress! trimmings we have: every Mr. J. :S.: Griner, of Brooklyn, was W. N. Meacham C. L. Peek. J. G. Al- of their children i instead of their respectability Deserving Praise. varieties; Apricot 7; Persimmon

j thing that i is new and \lish.. in the city on Monday. Mr. Grineris varez and N. W. Hackett. For president and usefulness. Fourth. His financial standing we We have desire!been to say selling to our Dr.citizen Kin 'K Now that 77. choicest varieties; Pencil 80. large
in this
There is
J. L. Gaskins vice-president, L. B. a poor man county
; selected varieties Quince 2. Chinese.All .
of Bradford's truckers ;
Truby, Stcrnburg & Co. one foremost and Discovery for Consumption Dr. King'sNew
Rhodes; treasurer, L. C. Hull: secretary, started as a renter several years ago
and farmers.: J. Charles Richard Jr. struggled on, year after year, but with his I him't; Life Pills Rucklen' Arnica Salve the above trees are in bearing mostof
For ladies' fashionable: enables buy direct and Electric Hitters and have neverhandled
: millinery On motion meeting adjourned.J. bead up and his heart filled with manly them in their sccimtf year
11' remedies that sell as \well or
'i go to T. A. Knight's.Largest The game law is out now, and by \V. Morgan, aspirations. lIe is! poor to-day but he is that have frivc-ii such universal sali..fllcLion. This place. must be seen to be appreci-
.: the hunters and are to be J. L. GASKISS Sec. tern. preparing a son and daughter for college, .
line and the way guns pro from the manufacturer and We do not hesitate to guarantee need. For further information apply to
. 4 cheapest seen it looks as if they were glad to President. and if he can possibly secure the money them every time, and wo stand ready t.n
: ribbons can: be seen at shoot --- -- -- ..- by digging it out of the ground or borrow- refund the purchase price if witisfiwtnry ]).R. .\. L. SCOTT,

,"t' r!'. A. Knighi's.1 get to again. J !:r BLACK-DRAUGHT__ _tea_cures._Constipation. ing it, he will give his children a. collegiate strictly for cash, and thus put- results do not follow their use. These .Starke .'13. <
.. their ,
: -'---- Mis. Belinda n education He does not whine and lemcdieshavo won grout popularity _
:: : nest assortment of Chlldl'l.n'h'I.e Morgan, generally Is Friday Unlucky? complain and say; the state ought to buy a purely on their merit. nA-

,.:}( in fast; colors at T. A. KnigluV. called Grandma Morgan, is quite Friday has nlayed an important part in school house for him, nor buy books, nor ting him in touch'with the importer __1 Starke Drug Company Irngi'4. A NEW f IX ENGLISH
sick at the home of Mr. N. J. Jones ROLLER COTTON GIN
the history of. aerica. even if it has not pay his teachers. Like 1true, good 1 .
. .:j l For on Madison street. parent he has risen above the state and ,. ,-. .
--- The undersigned fur I'iatt Bros.C'
your fancy goods, felts andit ] been a fortunate day. Columbus apent:
always and mak- '
plashes, to T. A. devoted his life to the training of his chil manufacturer, 3 rri's & ,.. will soil I a :Single: Roller GiN withny
go Knight's.Statnl.ini Our sailed from Palos ou Friday, August'24; dren. There hundreds of in '
'!: .. ---- country correspondents are are parents Patent rnuiklegs. Belts an *rcirct ei..
1t''i.it1 l: 'uiands of livss r. invited to contribute the news from 1492; he discoverr America on, Friday, this county worth three times. or ten ing him the only middle man all compI<: ."deIivcrct1 SiiVunnah.: 01,..
".: r the arrived off ti'11eSs: much property as this man. whom at if 130 a.d Walrus in
b. Jit's.plaid their section furnished October 12; Mayflower ; strips.
; .mSot'.l'l'ryar'it 1'. .\. Kni! : Stationery : } doing nothing for the education of -.1 bI<> cenU per pound. ..
,I I to those who apply. what is now Proyincetown Friday. November their children. As will
, "; :i r'.,: 1II1)"I'IT..mch! : dn..., ;'..;ilO'"r. --..- 10, 1620; Washington was born reap.-:Spurtanburg; .Spartan.McElres's they sow. they... between the consumer and man- a'i2in 31. POLLITZER.- ,

per 'alll at T. A. IvniU'8c. : Messrs. J.1.. Alvarez and Wm. 11 old style 1732
'';,' ___ : -. on Friday, February ( ), ; ---- --
.,, I.a'l'er' : cloaks I : aud blaz- Tison have gone into the sheep business the baflle of Bunker Hill was fought on -WN-!.- OF CAROUI-for l raale disease ufacturer. I I :BTEEN'TsCaveats
June 16.1775 the Declaration of -
erscheap at '1'. each of them having: bought a Friday, ; and Trad -Mark 'cMtlneil and all Patent
Knight's. Independence was igued (111 }o'ri l1Yu- bu.sine.-conducie-1 for MODKRATK FEK3:
nice bunch this week. I
i iI
T 11 gust 2. 1776; Burgoyne was Ideatell at There is a lot of good street work -- I II OUR OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U. S. PATENT
oya.i'ult." M each at Miss :Saratoga: on Friday. October 17, 1777; going ou in the city. Starke's streets I Office Abd we can secure patent*In lex*time .
Storm writes from New and a less eosUhl1.nthQ9Cr4'lucteCI'OIQW'aa.b.e..
: T. Yorktown Fri- .-J.
A.Kiught's.Jersey Cornwahlissumrendered at will be iu excellent condition for :. In .
York an IJ."' : on.
-- that she has two of her cottages day, October 19, 17S1; the battle: of New : bead: model drawing: or pHot,with desert p-
visitors but how about
fiH AflJ.U llne of 'adic-s'} jack: rented for the season to parties Orleans was ended on Friday. January our ; I ; J .. PLAINLY A JJLUFFfor &IOD.V adis, it pitBBtaMeorDOtTrasor

|{lf| etsat TrubySteriihurg & Co's. coming down with her. 13, 1815; the first gun of the civil war was the sidewalks? ., anyone to pretend to sell goodsas charge A Little Onr Cook fee:"How not duo to till Obtain patent Patents ta secured."with

See fired on Friday. April 12. 1861: several of duT-pIr ss: w*' do. A legion of names of SCPIAI clients In your state, county. or
ki our tine of dress trimminO's.uby The sound of the cotton gin in the most important battles were fought on A million Friends. know that town,sent free.. Address. '
4p Go. Friday Lincoln was shot on Friday, A friend in notnl Is a friend indeed, purchaser: our prices .C. A. BXffW CO.
Sternburg & the land is very pleasing to the ; and all Opp.Patent OCleeV.unaoTOlI.,IX C.McEIree'aWinc .
million rival'y that our goodstouch
\ April 14. 1865; Guiteau was hanged for still not less than one people defy
Fine 111111 ) ear. We shall never again urge the murdering Gaifleld Friday, June 30. 1882: bavfl found jnst such a friend in l>r. the top notch intOint' ofquality. : :Qardul
Property for sate. ., pf
A1. farmers Jill 's New Discovery for Consumption '
k to plant less cotton. bill introduced : '
: Illt.o John H. Johns the world's fair appropriation was If Generally speaking, low
New Ri r. Coughs and Colds. you have imver and THEDFORD'S BLACKDRAUGHT 'are
passed on Friday and
or-to .1. J.. Frazee on Friday medicine prices anti K>or. quality.are Siamese
: nsccl this "great cough one _
at Starke. Someone .
Term,,, has poisoned several signed by the president on Friday. Columbian !or sale by the following .merchants ,i ia.
that it
to trial will won- 1. ,
8121t yon ; j twins that ttfratc( .
purchaser. .__
Good reasons I valuable dogs in town this week. Day is fixed for Friday, and the derful curative powers in all diseases of "
g\ven.for wishing to bell.Tanilesaieofsieat. I It la a shame to poison a good dog, great exposition will be opened on Friday. throat, chest and IUII\{H. ,Each bottle ix \ f' To give trade a new impetus, we Bradford RTAKXB COli"ty DRUG: Co.;Starfce.-_ .i' "

2'7 BLACX'IiAIJG"T tea for, Dyspepsia, and a mean dog should not be Indeed, Friday seems to be more or less guaranteed to do all that is claimed or ; ,. will offer gf'fls."Cry low. Give usa OW.YOUNO.Hampton.JNO. .. 4'..: :t'I'
important in our history. money will be refunded. Trial bottles 0: trial. '. .A.KINO.: LafceCutler.. <>-..-'
lllJns: allowed to live long enough to be free at Starke Drug Company's drug J. P. )lcCULLF-YLa.. ,,. "' '>
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f. value. poisoned. BleELRgE'S WINE OF CARDUI for Weak Nenre store., Largo bottles SOc and $1. I *% :I'r.t'STE1.NI3L'CO. : & Co. II.,I*. PAHKER New River...
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YLms41w8.BIIBGE( for'instance, about eighty tons ,of':mag-( :what he considers important results -. .. ', :' 'Foreign Postage.,

bifice it tree ferns and other ix' ibits1 FIELUWEAMApEN'.lV the'ver Te Lpp p

tro.A of this work: From tha United States to a'folo -
ralia, and'theyare' the tIne.t:: V From ill That has been hererorted I The Lapps call their country Saboie or lowing countries and places,, ,

COD tailing Variety ol r and s specimens that ever left that .continestQi : believe"the lu.ion'to' be Same and themselves', and the, Postal Union the
a: Interesting horticultural cuiiosities."When .. .' I Notes on ( n justlficdthftt't Smelot to ia the Universal pt
Agriculture andHorticulture be best lot has generally is fire cents for
'" grape'. ter e age letters (5) ,
EutcthiliifiZToic I it was first proposed to open c tocbes'can them immersed in be a contemptuous, nickname gmn to half n or fractiou thereof, ,.( I

the building to.visitors during the wInter ,for Banna. R aders. a solution corrosive. sublimate, fating them by foreigners, (derived-from, the ouc optional]), two cents breach. repment

.. .. -* months some of the directoreobJec'cin 3iZ care to jtaih them thoroughly "be Finish, '.'Iappu'! and meaning simply card, and one cent for each two ounces DO NOT BE DOTlVn'

The Farmers' Institute o the'ground that we shout 1 do nothing ,The bet strength of this so ."land's' ." A more phuiKble Republic, Aus- with FMte. Tfinameli.le .
41 which was to i"n the land. now&paptra: Argentine the hsn'it' JoInt.tti froaai
of until Corrosive
bare been held at Poplar in way showing exhibits ticurt.aIn Sublimate as a Fruit Pre .Iuti l n appears to be 4: pro mil" it will however, is thato, .Ffel trails Austria and Hungary, Tb.PJsIng Sun StoYe ?oi burn
Springs, is Pt the 81ggton. elguB Durabk .and he ,...
: eceJum
grand opening
rung up : who "
Leon county under the auspic. of the. if the fair servative. probably be advantageous the of,Christiania, .t. >livi*,..Brtzil! Bulgtrifl, Ceylon or glass packas*vita.TWT potebaN:
next But '
o that -
Leon County Farmers' alliance, has been has year. obj s'ilutinn'at the end of the first two years, term to a old Finnish root, i' via Hong-Kong, Chi Cub.Denmarkand
aid the executivecommittee in
postponed until Thursday, November 10. passed away now TIE cosn RD OKAPE-THE MAN "WHO and perhaps subsequently at similm intervals signifying to roam or wander 'abut Danish Egypt

recently resolved to quest DEVELOPED IT IS STILL LIVIKO. ; but we thus have assured the allusion to their nomad habii. Falkland Franca and French

t the council of ndministration to luriher The -nconi preservation of the with all their mouth 'of'soutbern or more civilized") Iland. Great Britain
so and grape' colonies Germany,
"Work on the Carrabellc Ta'lahatsee' he idea of a winter exhibition. I know grape common nnd with but it to have become synony- Indies
exterior characters
.. popular that will most -atural Lapps appears and British West
and Geoigia railroad was not resumed t hat Colifornia and Flt.rida'wilt gladly' i for number of with rude 'or barbarous, and'is so
to lenin that i* of recent n trifling expense a years. mouse Greece Greenland, Guatemala, ,
quite production .
on the 1st ofOctober, as had !been make special displays of fruits, etc., at them to the less ,
prom- '. I' nnd was fl, velopeii by chance froma -As grapes have always been considered applied by culurdnorthern Holland or Netherlands and Netherland

ised by the promoters of the road. The uch exhibition, and there is no doubt It wild vine. Yet uch is the'fact,* and among. the most difficult of fruits t.) pre- communities colonies, Honduras "Hong-Kong, India

povtponemcut is due to u request of the will be made veiy interesting by such the orisinal vine is sti in vigorous life: serve without loss of color or shape, the Anthropologists seem to have some (British), Ireland, Italy, Japan, Liberia, 'TThURELY a '

contractors on account of the high* watt rs tpecial (eatures."' M r. lij.braim Bull, who livts success of tbis Italian experimenter is difficulty in the Lapps their Luxemburg, Malacca, Mauritia, :Monte entirely vegetable

in the locality where work is to be resumed. about mile from Concord Mass. on the ceitainly very encouraging, and, it seem exact place in the human family, but it Ne foundland. Norway, Paraguay Imade from of rootaj '
tbe December 1 is the day, set for A Wartolncto Rice Grower, road lo Lexington, developed the luscious :probable, that when it i h merely :desiredto may be safely affirmed that they are a Patagonia, Penang, Ptria Pel Georgia,and has been used the*I '

.,,:",' .;. ..' resumption of work. The following circular letter ha been Concord from the ,s'eds of a grape preserve the natural appearance of combination of Caucasian and Mongolian Portugal arid Portuguese Diel Rou- of people with the best rcscQ

.t' '. p' issued by Dan .lratge'a Sons, and KS t that.was found growing will in 1840, fruits exhibition purposes thtt crro- h types. Be this a it may, their manTa, :Rana, St. Bartholomew. Salvador, ,

1., t, The Be& Telephone company have established it interest','to a greit exttn, tbejnl: nters near the village. He was born in Boson tiee suUimife. if me I aciordinsf to his physical characteritcs' remarkable- Servia, Siam, Sigoaporo, Spain and <

4 :,.r. a general office at Femandina. of Florida we produce it here. !'he letter t in 18C6, received a good education, directions, will in most cases leave nothing than attrac colonies, Strait Settlements JBE
;;.1. : They have a corps omen now fit work and 'was l to le desired. As to th-s method of live. They' are probably the shortestrace Spanish
: : Switzerland Turkey
.: says working as a gold-beater when I .Sw ,
::t._ .", .". putting up poles over the city and will "The condition of tho rice market is riisenFC of the lungs drove him to an I makintrand using this preserving'1uid in the eastern hemisphere, unless it United States of .Columbia, Uruguay, All manner of Blood diseawa,.

<"1'.;' soon begin to string the wires und put io limply deplorable. While there i. u open air life. lie became an entbui.stin Dr. Hilgard says: be Mr. Stanley's demoniacal dwarfs. A Venezuela. "' pestiferous little boil onyoor
i;ti '<'t;' the 'phone The central c ffice \\iI1, be l arge crop larger than any previous 3 ear. grape culture, but could not make: "I 1 he sir.'ngth above referred to n the man over five feet in height would be a *. IValue the worst cases of bib -

,_ ;1.{. ''., connected with the eentraf office in Jacksonville it is going to be frittleil' away at veiy any of the sweeter varieties thrive in best Is equal to half an ounce of water. giant among them, and the women are of Muse.Mrs. taint, such as Scrofula,

't""f''j;' and the two offices will be much less than its reil worth. This is the cool climate of that section Nothing is said l by Professor Pichi regarding rarely more than 4 feet 6 inches. They "I are Catarrh andTreatise

> brought into speaking distance with each due to the fact that planters not knowor tion. Even the Long Island vine the addition of glycerine or anything are also the shortest headed and the Maternal- am. sorry Hid I you not better -
other. The citizens or grape el= to correct the density of the thinnest skinned in the world. going back to Germany
e people
I ; .. are care to get its value., There is no c perished there. Only the little acid varieties : another teacher for
proud of the and it is the hardening Some of them indeed headed get music my
movement operation and the princip'e maintained were hardy enough. But when I solution; possible that are long '

Lf : .. ,., *. i"a,""Every man for himself and the devil he the fruit of this wild vine. he of the grape-skins, caused; by the enough in the intellectual sense, and daughter- Note-"Id, nod on Blood and Sldn Distil
9tIJ1l .... it ako the hindmost." f tastr action of the sublimate, renders auch addition know as well as any how to drive a 'Prof. Von ecs neces free. bwirr SPECIFIC Co!,Atl
Craps arc now he
as but
About two the of say"foxy, sweet, knows museek to
weeks'ago secretary She enough get
the Florida Farmers' Alliance ;u.bedforward and the chief anxety: of anel wes convinced that it would do. In unnecessary. If so, this would bargain and deal.with strangers, but theyare sary. '
tent out is be the first 1843 be certainly be both the most perfect and none the less pre-eminently what the marred on.
official notices the every planter to man planted a lot of the without
changing: place of gripes
the annual meeting from Pensacola to sl ullhtertd/ As a r< suit theN is a icgu- breaking the skin, the seedlings of r the cheapest method of satisfactory preservation ssientific people designate as "brachy- No Amateurs. Augu.
I. thus far found the Words.Waterelon .
J Jar Waterloo destruction and wht he cultivated ; possibility cpbalic.Good I
Jacksonville. This order has since been we wbicl for si? years, and in .
revoked by the circular fear :s anbiliat'on' of the best in rtersts ol 1 picked frr.m them a few bnrches of Ir of dancerous mistakes of such ordinary Summer Hotel Doctor-"I hope thee
following Tests.I .
: put-up fruit alone excepted. merits will be no mistake in administering these ;
he the original Concord It
"The crop.We Continued
executive committee of the Florida grape.
f? say this, as unless theic be a halt and culture brought the with respect to other fruits gmps medicines.! .
state alliance finds that it has author- variety the melo
no draw thumbnail
over '
station my fear doctor. Iam
at this
called, prices are going below the. cost of to perfection and the ofit r are now tria 'S ra't-UHave no Flowq
ity to thiingc the of the now fume the
nkq meeting place scraping off the thin
i is
and the next will i has will be fully te during the comingsciis'in green skin I a professional nurse, and madam a
state Alliance and fk the production year see a gone out into all the world. In I the
h'reby'rev< edges of the skin on each side
on all available fruits. invalid.-New York Weekly.Thai' .
aLd abandonment France it is professional .
notice of met at Jacksonville. The partial probable large now recommended as thene sand ''
ting left granulated
ii "The solution should properly be made scar are rigged 'or I have been afflicted
mectiiigiL1 therefore be held at Pensa- of the culture There be 'sober ,variety tlmt is to replace old and with distilled water when this is not the rind under the scar is smooth,. firmand What Dr..lhe ibe Factories.Cheap ness and

.1 cola, October: 18. By 01 der of the exec- econd thought" indulged in and asct r- dis3a ed vin's. From the Coi'cord, :Mr. available other water; m be used, preferable white. and has something of a glossy fuel and low freights are the necessities constipation for
tainment of value and the outlook Bull has ly .fuel-oil ndfirstoneandthe.jaaration
utive committee. as to developed tther varieties, of of mnufactung. Two pipelines -
that from the larger stream; but appearance, the melon i ripe. But it a complete belt line
for favorable disposition of the lit which the best known the U"n and was 'L-
crop tare suggested
JOHN A. MOORE, Secretary. (particularly in cise of well' water) it the edges of the scar are smooth and give Griffith these advantages and brought her
such or some prices reasonably the Cot tape.-Fla. Dispatch Farmer four factories soon the town was laid out tried, but to no
approxi should first be boiled and allowed to even, ai.d the thumbnail has dug .into aa &a NewLIce purposel&A]
mate.. Here are facts: and Frnit GrOt, clear sett'ing. before dissolving the the rind in places, ant the skin does not by Jay A.Dwiggms Co.-hcg recommended August 'FJ0i

IT One Man Enterprise. 1. The rice crop is not sufficient (to sublimate.hy Even then whitish or grayish come off clean, then the melon is green. is now used to pres rye (flowers.' Salt words cannot describe thVs
The following letter from Mr. E. L. meet the requirements of tl.e 'UnitedStates. TIlE FLORIDA ARROWROOT.Of 1 mixed ith i eis aid to answer& even better. ion '
You in
learn melons one which
two I
turbidity and sediment usuilly can easily on hold it.:, .ft
Goodsell, of !New York to the Times- wi
Union explains itself the herbaceous plants of Florida form after a while; this be allow ripe, the other green. noting the differ- Jr your Back Ache or you are all worn out, me a new lease of Ufe wHci,
C : 2. Its value. if properly managed, h thee is perhaps none more noted than ed to settle fully before putting the fluid ence after they have been opened.- rood for Is general debility. burden.
Refering to the matter of the pledge therefore Brown's Iron B.tters wit make was a Its .g odandwonderfulmerjtsshcj/
l fully equal reign the Zamia inttgrifolia, as it is culled by r rbotanists. over the fruit. It would be well to lable Southern Stockman and Farmer. cure )'OU you'
that the cleanse liver,and od '
who strong your g>
English; parties are working rice which each has appetite
year to bcinpnrted: Ith popul! r"y" known by the
I all such fruit jirs poison, for the sake -tones nerves.
in conjunction with me require to senda to deficienc: known to sufifent
meet Indian name "coont or "cum p tic," i,f stfety. No metal must come in con- French Dinners. everyone ,.
'C sh p from Frnandina with a cargo of. 3. Foieign i f the lowest trade costs to i.nd as the "Florida arrowroot." It" i is with the sublimate solution it A cut lemon will clean discolored brass, dyspepsia and biliousness-J
tact as
Florida which can ten t e beautifully polls ed with
. oranges, I would say that there i import over 4 cents per j ound. abundant only in localities, especially would bo d( composed" We dined iu' a little Parisian restaurant ammonia much dluted with water. : BARKER, Printer, Humbold i

.are some'public spirited men in Flor'da.: Throwing aside that our hr me ice is between tie Everplades and Bi-cayne ntended institute where Americans arc in the habit of -
It is to some experiments going .
a is evidenced received Train Loaded With Stove
i as last by a dUpitch I worth much more, we nay: Domesticrice bay, nnrllon the Halifax river. in the State labaratory with corrosive to obtain those'truly French delicacies Last week Messrs.'Mois. Bros.Pele., proprietors NATIONAL SURGICAL IIIS1
Tuesday from D. E
i., Eichclbergcr of good character should sell at not belongs to the fame family sublimate and other solutions upon pork and .beaus".bu'kwheat cakes of the well known Rising Sun stove Polsh.

r- pledging 300 boxes for the export steaml l less than $2.50 to $2.75 per barrel on as the well-known Cycas rnoluta or Mgu tome of our Florida fruits. These experiments corned beef, apple pie atd oysters. I filled orders from two customers in the 'Ves flJ ; ;; TSTt
t. & -- er. This i* the first definite promise I plantation, and at an j thing below such palm, and, like all the cycads, is val 'will be duly reported. knew a man from Chicago who dined at each for twenty-three car cents ncd have had gr.h. tons ,
from any Florida shipper, andI nets less than rtal intrinsic worth. We ued o9 an ornameutal plant. The NORMAN ROBINSON, this restaurant every day during'the entire the shipment to these two homes was "

only hope letters and telegrams will give a of fi2ures as som plantations rigid leaves all rise from the gross,or 345 t ms The immense business done .fS
\tiHi be received tbllt will give futher range yet graceful : State CUtm t. month spent by him in Piii", and by this hrm M a mnnuiient to the industry and L?
us are more rtmo'e from milling centers thick, beet-shaped root, from the apex: who at the end of that time, said that high grade of K'vwls for which they have earned

promises of support. It absolutely and therefore, cods of transporta- of which proceeds hat might be compared he was heartily sick of French cookery. a reputation a home ant abroad., r

iiersry that the Florida people take the ti n are greater. The practical! questionis to a shorts velvety, brown ear of PROMINENT PEOPLE; Thus docs the profound study of the The Only One Ever Printed. -

matter up at once of notifying: mi as to "How can tbis be realized?" and the corn, be ng, in fact, a mass of floweis of manners und customs of foreign ntttions WORD?
iii their intention as to the number of b -xes answer, "By man determining to similar structure similar to the "cone" "OuiDA" has written twenty-seven novelL CA A WOMANiTO
every elighten the mind and ripen the judg- There is a 3-inch displaY advertisement in
they will pledge for shipment, in order hold his crop unless he can get a fair return of pines. Louis KOSSUTH has finished his memoirs. ment.-''Tuompsou'd Tombstone." this paper this week wblb has no two wordsalike ,
rt '- that we mar cable to Eo'aUnd for.' the in dollars and cents." The coontiehas been the PRESIDENT HARRISON is fond of billiards. except one same is true of very little desire to enjoy the pleanrfNof 4
always, prin- entirely unfitted for the of
each new one arlng ech week. from The care BOutT"any
steamer. Pofsibly we shall not be .able We say to every planter friend: "Your cipil food plant of the Seminole Indians E EMPRESS EUGENIE is numberel A Fair Offer. Dr. Barter Medicine app Co. This house a ordinary duties,If afflicted wlti.r.-:
to load before November 10, but it hour if there obtained the noble army of vegetarians. "Crescent" on everything they makeand
of good Quality is worth nt : being from the B
crop, ,
iia desire root publish Look for It, send them, the name SICK
( to get u cargo by November 1 if Ex-PRIVATE lAMS of Homestea HEADDAY'
least $2.80 barrel and if or starch which is mide court ]
per near to four lame now a clerk in a Old Gentleman-''Do you sir, of the word and they will return you BOOK
pcssib'e. It is marti I Pitt u think BiAurirci. rjTHOORApns or SAMPLES
" milling centers, $2.75. The p orest i puddincs. a'so a leading nr J
that able
you are to give my ;
C Union Commenting on the above .the Times rice raised this year is richly worth $1.50 'tide of barter with them in their deal 6tre.THOMAS SPUROEOS, a son of the dead all the luxuries to which she has been, CONDUCTOR E.D.LOO .Detroit.Mich., AFTER DA)

says, editorslly: By teferrence to. $1.85 per barrel on plantation. If logs with the wbites. preacher, gives promIse of becouains a accustomed?" says: .The effect of IlaU's Catarrh Cure is -
to the above communication it will be cannot this now will it But the Indians l Inck the appliances famous pulpit orator. wonderfuL" Write him about It. Sold by nnd yet there are few disease-thai Si
you get you get Suitor promptly to *
that Florida (a practical mID-"WeU, you Druggists, 75c. proper medical treatnte&fc -
t one grower has pledged later, and for your own sake and for the required for the proper manufacture of DENNIS MURPHY has superintended the hive been for her board and fore of the almost Importance that af
him .three hundred boxes of for of United States S debatesfor paying WHO 8VTZR8 with his should;always be at hand, Durlega.
ranges sake of your poorer and more needy the starch, and what they sell to the reporting nt liver, tlon. 'hart ,
clothes and I: have been for _
the paying con- Ions ills
which it is 'to b or dizzines-tako '
cargo hoped ship from brother, who is forced to sell whether or white traders is of an inferior quaUty.Nealy forty-four years. llr"blod
Fernandina certs, theaters, operas, and so on. No; Behla Pis drgiilt a cents' SIXTY
to Liverpool direct. It is no, keep your off the market. that reaches the Key West SIR LYOX PLAYFAI just el vatei to the YEARt
crop ni the board and clothes and
possible that others have 'sed British p i in 187(5( an American I'l pay I:
may pt'm There is market made the
Mr. Goo-Uell fruit since not enough rice to supply the I by whites jesiding lady Miss :E litli Russell, of Boston. you foot the arau.ement bills, I don't I there has been no Instance reportedirl
some his letter
demand of the United States, nnd the on Biscayne bay. With them its manufacture 1- cases bare not been permanently aad/v.
British Minister think miss York
was written but up to the present Mr. prices next spring will average 25 per has long been a leading resource. to the United State, is a.musician of ability Weekly.she'l

Eicbelberger is the only one who has cent higher than those which lire now Of late years mills with steam power and also has publKhe I a number of original _ PROMPTLY : :

responded to the appeal. ruling, and double those which arc have been established, and this has largely composition Anxious to Learn.

This must all be very discouraging to bound to ru'e next month, unlest every increased tho product of coontie THE first physician Miwauke Wis.ever Little Boy-".Alumina, may I study BY ti'
a mnnwlto is trying to a that do holds starch. It finds sale had recently at age hty.thr l
open new mar- planter can possibly so I a ready being considered I. This Dr die Chase, who settle! onte history 1"Mamma"In the use of a single box of the.genths
ket for Florida fruit and benefit back his fair substitute was celebra'ed.DR. '
thereby crop. Ruin or relief Ii s in a for both cornstarch site of Milwaukee flfty-jeven ago. good time." -

t the growers us well as himself. la a the hands of the planter; he can d> asteemeth and laundry starch. -Times Un L EUGENE FJELD says that William years S. Gil "But I don't waut to wait." '

personal note Mr. Good ell sajs: "It i him best. We givo the facts;; ion. bert the librettist, in his professional ant "Whyac you so impatient C, Ma'LIVER
really is too bad under the circumstancesthat the wise will
regard and make use of sial relations with mankind is as arrogantand :VI heard the teacher teil th' history

out of the whole state of Florida them." TIE ORANGE TRADE ABROAD disagreeable a person as ever wor* class that the old Romans had stone circus LESSENS PAIN-INSURES SAFETY PILLS

there ,ranot enough shippers'who will The above is caVed forth because trousers. :,. ,
oT ,
From the Dispatch and Fruit Grower.A i posters and,one of 'em had been to LIFE of MOTHER and CHILD '
come forward and the the W. FRENDEXVOKI bas 'which may be procured.t Drug St
give us pledges Louiana planters or their : I CHARLS ben se ay
agen'sseeming few weeks we addressed few found. I waut to know wot it had -
ago 1 by the widow and daughter of Pat on. to any address the; (
that wolisk for on their p Irt, when we to have "lost their heads;" selling inquiries to the well known fruit mer rickS. Gilmore as leader and buine3 manager Street & Guod News. My wife,after having used Mother's mae stamps.inirchasers 01.' :rP

are willing to do so much as regards the rough rice in New Orleans, fair to chants, Messrs. L. Connolly &;Co., Liverpool of the famous band. \a born"in, Smih's Friend,passed through the ordeal with .cure the genuine of these article.Pills' There should are be M i

.. '1 advancing of money and -he rhk of bist quality $1 50 to $2 :50 per barrel. England, making certain inquiries Boston in 1S53.IN The Greatest Race on Record little pain, was stronger in one hour felt on the mSTkft well calculated vH

chartering a'steamer.'! 162 pound ( qual to, say 30 cents to CO as to the conduct of the orange trade ir Boston, a few years ago, they spoke of la the race for popularity won by Hostetter's than in a week after tho birth of herformer manufactured g Dr. ,. McLe'e Celebrated_ ,/T .,

''Nothing venture, nothing have" is an cents per bu which fits Charles Theo lore Russell, but now they allude Biter Co
adage this
The that the is not -
casj ,exictly. crop enough to m, ply given below: the start and distanced all It eradicates & Ten -
fc-l to Hon. Charles Theodora the"rather -
success of the project has yet to be demonstrated the demands of the United S fl'cs! and a comptior Mother'5 Frtetid robbed pain of Its terror I11 -
1. Are all the oranges and lemons from ot the Governor. ind gestion, .malral a 1ments and labor. 1 nave healthiest
but Mr.: Goodsell is taking that reign will ultimately have to be, Mediterranean ports sold at auction, o rare the Bohemian composer who of the bladder and kidneys complant nervousness child shorene. th IlIP' 1

much mom than half the risk. If there imported t-i meet deficietces, it wouldappear L some of them shipped to be sold on DVORK ben ; a director the National rheumatism. Physicians commend MBS.I. M.Ansny; Chr Ga ;.:
it channel through which tint the of Florida New York neuraga -rt by expre..chare**prepaid.on receipt ofpzfcs.Ify*.
we can market plunten owe commission? Conservatory of Music at with a publc knows its value,the press en per Lottie hook"To Mothers"mailed free.

our orange crop more profit:nb'y-or it to thtmselves to patiently bide ther sold at auction. salary of U5O started his mu"ic careerin dorses. Grarfd are its credentials, BRAOFIEl HEQULATOR'CO.. '
a portion of it-wc find it time for the of Al The 19 a week. gander _Tor_ale by ATLANTA. V
ought to ou t. disposal their crops and I What is the usual commission of a still its success.Turpentine. t G .taONLYTR
But we never shall know unless we try. thus resist the suicidal temency of heir THE German Kaiser's new daughter 1 a '
The Times,Union therefore tho vuiutn'1 brethren. fruit merchant in England? What of part,cularly weicome addition to his house is good for cleaning all Ask your doctor what hap: I
growers to meet Mr. Goodsell! urges half way the auctioneer (or salary)? hold for nce the Jn reason the .tha.eight previous v-four, to years her varnished furniture' pens ,cod-liver oil when it / IRO

in this matter. He certainly has faith i in Fruit merchants charge o per cent. app sines a scene Queen of Prussia gav Sample Package Mailed Free.Add.ress gets inside of -

the scheme or he Mould not be willing WASHINGTON'S CLOTHES. Auclionters. when receiving frit direct 1: birth to a daughter.- Small Bile Beans New you. f
to 'idvance'50 cents per Lox on the fru t. from abroad, charge shipper 5 per cent: ALVIN CLABK, the last of the big telescope A bitten He will say it is shaken TON -
dog: by a rattlesnake in'
for commission and brokerage but \vh builders of that name, is quot3d as saying -
n .
A ftw ; and
more growers with as much enterprise A Letter to His Tailor Gives broken into
Some ofthe Florida tiny
the Roods are received from a merchant that he would probably not undertake was cured of the bite by the administration up '
and public spirit as Mr.>Eichel berg Great Man's Measurements. to Luild mor than one other great teiescoue.: of becomes wm purify BLOOD
internally.They drops
emulsion *
established in England they charge him an ;; KIDNEYS. remo j
coijld cully make up a cargo. Give this He is now getting ou toward three-scora, tUsorder,buUd sir(
thing a fair trial. The gentleman who brought forwardthe only 2 per cent., thus enabling him to and such work requires several years' tim'e. increa the appetite,.purify the woll! there are other chang ,,but appetite, rector*

% following communication had not; charge the difference of 8 per cent., OB system ad act on the liver, Bile Bean this is the first. Vlgororyouth ln only the original letter in his possession above stated. IngabeoluteiU
For the first
time the Russian soldiers
A Chance (Florida.. but was also the owner of the "ineas 3. Are all the citrus fruits that enter THE LABOR WOKLD He will tell also ins
are to be furnished! with handkerchiefsat you power
In No. 3 of the Florida, World" Bulletin ure," composed of stiff paper carefullysewn England sold at London and Liverpool, that > bones,B
Commts-ioner Jackson say-: Now together, and with the marks written or are some consigned direct! to othir LONDON has 4000 letter carriers. the Government's, expense. it is economy to takethe L 1L smTering1 cle front,,recelTM

: let every patriotic Floridian resolve himself on it in the General's handwriting, ports If jso, about what percentage? AGRICUTUR employs 3.0OJ Italian Sick-Headache- relieved by Small Bile Beans broken up, a it is in Scott's _____U I collar a cafe,to speedy their sex entiv,l .

into a committee of one to nid in relates the Sartorial Art Journal. It \ 'Ihe buik js sold: in 1 women. Emulsion rather rose bloom ou checks,beantlne*CW
what Florida Lierpool8nd THOUSAND Clyde (Scotland) A teaspoonful of alum will make clear four than bur- Sold
showing can do at her best., sent to the tailor through Washingtou's London and small FUN gallons of BTerywhere. All genniacj
only a portion out of work. muddy water. "Crescent."
All winter long a magnificent hor.icul agents, presumaby "Gary & Company, sold in the out ports, such as Glasgow i, Ehipbuilaers are den yourself with ,this work.. pamphlet. Send ui2 ceuIstaap- ;
CHINESE manufacturers and laborers
tural show will be in progress upon the merchants." It is notable for the same 'Bristol and Hull. almost the entire shoe industry of California. conytrol When Nature You skip the taste too. .' DR. HAITER MEDICINE CO..St.lA .

exposition grounds. The idea is to call exactitude and precision as the more important Needs assistance best
4. About what of the cit i may.b to ren der
upon intending exhibitors to vend their matters which the General had I percentage I Let us send ,ypurajgjiter|
rus fruits from Mediterranean ports i is THE Temescat tin mine in California has promptly but ,
. ,' plants to ChicHgo this fall and deliver connection with, and it. is invaluable as I bought in the country where produced, paid off its thirty-five employee and shutdown one should remember to use esting book, 'CARE"FU <:LIVING llveryiau

them into the, care of the exposition in- giving the absolute condition of his I nnyJ i for good. even the most perfect remedies only when Hs'OWL

ste d of waiting until spring. There is physique in the year of itiTdate: Infinitesimal a speculator here THE strength of the Brotherhood of Locomotive neeed The best and most simple and gentle ; free. Ing flOO-pa valuable 3

every facility at Jackson park f< r the Firemen, according t the latest &* oi the human
and there5. J
VmGINU, 26th 1763. Mr. 8
April :- Lawrence: is remedy the Syrup of SCOTT& system
report, Figs manufactured BoWM ,Chemists .
care of both and 260. i byte ,r) South TREAT and
proper hardy exotic Be pleased to send me a genteel auto o r Is there any system of concentration New York. stAye cines. CUR tle
specimens of horticulture, and if the cloaibs made of superfine broad cloth, handsomely of the fruit, and centrl DUlG the last financial year a profit C'aliforn ia Fig Syrup Co Your druggist keeps Scott's Emulsion of snip Te bk contan I aT.
the Scotch of -
was maue in cUn -
large building be filled. with exhibits chosen-I, but, in should have inclosed my houses wheie fruit is niHsaed packing-pur out of the labor of the prisoners.TBIS prisons. tJlr An interpreter in f" e employ of the govern oid&.it everywhere- do $x. Ten Mailed, mage usefl jrelmptlon.mal i ,
within the measure a general way they are BO .
two months
next interesting meat on Ems island
, IIn.l 1 a very badly taken here, that I am convinced it would chased, or do the merchants who buy year the German-American Typo- speaks fifteen langags J. Ptpd.

attractive show will he made be of little'service; I would have you, therefore make their purchases in the field of indi- graphia has had fifty per cent more unemployed BROWB'B Iron Bliters cuis WORLDS 116 Loyd Street..
during the winter. This would induce take measure of a gentleman who wears idual ? members to suoporc than last..year.Jj rU. Biliousness and General JapfaMala FAIR WORKWOMEN .

" thousands of people to visit the grounds well-made deaths of the following size, k. wit: In growers from which 'I OSE BOYD iged seventy-eight is con Strength, aids Digestion, tones the nerves- AT.-t. I.IIOME.. KlI,. BIO PA Y.' ,Addr with Stamp 'lae for Catatrftj
; Spain, cotntry we receive creates appetite. The best IEU & CO.. Ho.tli
who would not otherwise do to, and it Six feet high, and proportionably made if the bulk of on a suburban tram from Oedhara, Mothers weak women and tonic, forNulDI tiend. lad :B E t'I and: Tc
would benefit ihe in anything, rather Blender than thick for a per- great oranges Mas'., to Boston. and is probably the oldesaconductor '
portion a general! lon of that height, with pretty long arms individual packer purchase direct from in the country. *. AGRCT"NOTE-If animal P.'T'.ENTS1u'ia .f alg: ATA R R

t way by and maintaining interest, both in: thighs. Yon will take care to make ant the grower. In Sricily a similar system IT is stated that there have been over far earn ls ety-penne any it must on th. 'beefee.: Sold by druggists or sent l f
Chicago outside, while increasin breeches longer than those you sent me i is 7'0' ho b I AnifQ tt yonwisntomase .
lst now mostly adopted, 'although mossing: workmen killed on the World's Fair I y j. Me. E.'l UazeineWar1 ,
; ttic'j-ule nctijits.i i.iici Jsnuiuc-is ul mhorticuUural and I would have you keep the measure MUICOyour MOn
t / .
prouLtrip, 342 havm met death in the To Ohomes I
is still con- Young Wire -Ml
department, thus explain Ia cloaths you now make by you, and if any alteration practiced a small extent, and: btructiou of the Fine Arts Building. A bachelor has said that Soatli,Bearf.lad' N.1L. ...................
is the collected fruit disappinte some .
required in my it shall be pointed sent to the auctioneershere ---
the '
scheme ,
next V'IUnMe'ftre
: FIFTEEN THOUSAND cotton looms mar a man's wife ceases to be of '
r- out. Mr. ] bill. lam, sir, for sale. in aUtvUng shoes Without -
supremely WL.
Car attractive
"For many: months past exhibits for your very humble servant 1GERE Ghent, Bil ium, have bean stopped in. con- greater libeL Beauty to pr him.-erved Never and was a Hack name and the price taaBpedoa JJ.gla *. L
this sequence of the stagnation in tra ie. The sbstlt.tI.n.are fraudulent DOUG!
department have been coning in, W AJGTY tained can net er los the r charm or yield their abject ee uon by law ttr ua.'
and we already have enough plants i in Note-For your further government and' CORROSIE SUBLIMATE AS A PRtSERVER. stoppage people.ABtNKEB cause. great misery among the'"orkmg their mpire.original The preservation rf our bodies in ..'

our*gr-een houses and main building to bowl edge my size, I have sent the en Recently the attention of the scientific ness laji taw d healthy duty. rerfection and com mother' e1$3

:- make a very respectable show. It must coed you must obsere.y from ye coat world has'been called to the u-e of mercuric recently nneM at I3">Mlburne., Australia to, wa* who will taithfully carr Ever young he directions SHOE
No. 1 and No.1. is size over y) ten givenwith each Iother's Frienrt"
be remembered '
that all the specimen El breast and hips, No. 2 over ye belly, and No. chloride or corrosive sublimate in a ear.imprisonment for swindling working will never lose figure or complexion.The ,. '- .,
we r. ceive are what I might call "tirs i round ye arm, and from ye breeches end. weak solution in water.a in some' respects people out of their earnings by Mud deal dainty bud will mature into the blooming ro e, '' and durable smooth inside,Soziblemore m'

;_- prize" specimens. They represent ill To No. .is for waistband; b., thick of the superior to all others where it is ings. Another-got a dose'of &oOO and four flr and.t old used a;"e will find' her ble ; day she tp; -- '' EOflniZCUOm.mMeshoescoswgfrom1so san Sf1 Other shoe ioId _

that is rare,'ttnique and b: autiful in the th a. u pe buttonhole; d., knee band; merely desired to preserve the shape, years.VARIOUS railroal ulator Co.,Atlanta, Frend.. ,Sld by Bradfield a 1 drugjfists.Reg *' -' .....'.-', "' oIe ,only 100W-ely*3oo sewed made outside wile edge(asp. '
breeches. :: _
respective>< ies, and we are giving leg color and appearance of fruits for exhi' organiuton', includ r which gtYesdouble thewof ehezpwei$sa
; : them all i10U take measure ofa person lug the Brotherhoods L' va Fu'e, Our old reliable e-water weak 5: same price,forsucha rIph&TJng only
r '*. our most tender'care. Webs! : about six feet of this I think yoc bition purposes. Prof. P. Pichi, of the 'men, Railway Conductors famed eyes or granulated cur without o in- toa narro strIp ot on the eds .

a large and beautiful building, wLic a cant go amiss; you must bigess notc that the Royal Vuicu'tural School of Conegluno, have organized Railway Switchmen. John R.Dickey Drug Co..Bristol pain. i ;

within week" will be well heated and enclosed is the exact size, any allowance Italy, after experimenting with a great dustrial Bank-Ing Union, with a guaranteed

ready to, Rccommodat any sized .crowd. for Mr.seams. Lawrence etc. GEOBOE, WASHINGTON.To .' number of antiseptic fluids, gives the capital IN Austria of UWU.the wages per I weei of & Swelings .. It b .. I' ,' iseshouId

.. Hardly any additional expense would be in old Fish street, London. preference to thi It has been lone seven conelder us w
Ta"lo. ; days average as iollowa: Men, women and of these ehoca,and*otT.
involved in the reception exhibits: now known that mercuric chloride Irr'markahle'germicidat young people over fifteen. tre,caused '
As posese : $1.85 me -
Washington 31 in years
instead of next spring, and we can make was 1763, h and muchof males (men and youn old; men, '& and I GOle// T. '.,
power '
he states it viz. pleJ
height feet lerg.
fine *2.4females
a showing during the winter month?. apparently a at variance with si thefuccess mndern antiseptic surgery ; : (\.aiea 0' WOLDe2), enormous amount .
uWe sh all endeavor popular '
to present some tL4 women .
belief that he was six feet two inches is due to this potent agent., Its money for medicines, f
new features every month. For inttsncr i,, horribly poisonous ;; vain. 1 began to
but it be that character ha
we could chrysanthemums at their] may, some peculiarity, < :: Hood's and nisisiI ; _
eitheTofhslengthoflimb or of his cdetered' experimenters from em A'HUMBLE: member) of the Franciscan,' I f'f Sra BEs
beat late in November and follow them body, :. ; in r I __
ti caused him io tell his tailor to measureof a pl< preserving fluid. Who i. Order, who had attained the age of 118 ., wek I.-
__ with primulas cinoralias, calceolarias, its ____ the swelling very much -4t \
C. e- ., gentleman only six, that. Jimi otto_ keeping fruit for ex years, died the other clay at ther monastery : ___ and -I .
t a Mr.. fligetow.reduced, I could I
,"" ": pansies, carnations and even winter' by some slight difference part frm' hibition' purposes, this, i in careful and. in Italy.where:he bad passed bia .ffath Perfect :i .

t''i tt-:?;_ 'rose*. Bulb plants; ,too, in' which 8() other men he may have : corrected hands, should form no barrier life a cook,to,the inmates.TJie. Pope,. not done tril. .. I E..r.wh Wt h WZLL'1 -t'-

<:' -.. ,much! .interest l is taken in this 'country difference. He.was so, correct cmptet In'the pamphlet before refer who bad a great.aecton' for.'Frere Og- Bmrmafmrtlln ure"." .' and am PrmCJenl.l -T IIP
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r-:..: might be shown. all winter, ,.ud'- .there all his directions that this seems the r red to DF.: ,Hilgard ha marked tbe following I- non,'as ,be never'lni d to __ .

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