Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
November 18, 1892
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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FLORIDA NOVEMBER 18 NO. 2billpllayaor's
FRIDAY, 1892.. .

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8 Bido If spped ile house before at the gyj front .nt.O fcnse, AN AUTUMN MELODY. She climbed up on .1 great wooden cramped limbs. The wcddin day
e BonnYvew halL nearly knocking him over i her pen her guardian- But he gave no hint ,
; was dark taste. the bench, and from thence to the kettle t dawned and its hours wore on. Tom
but I What notes of what ditty can sound from '
impatient puile : Majo Vie "Oh, sir, are doctor "' unpsture. it. for did not I Delphine's heart
1' the you a ? she cried see Toinette? he asked, the city try Delphine was a squirrel come grew
-ou_ tug' sloe PY-lOoking bel 800 clutching his arm. "Come quick! at length."I climbing. It hel her. She could stay heavy.
1ft snant the From out the dust anifthe din,
t lady is dying. will,send for her immediately." t there and be on the spot when Tom "Late in'the afternoon she heard her ,
"SUmmon Guy Mandeville Where the sun's pallid taper dim throughthe
Rosine to attend her followed her into a Dulcie came. Her cheeks were painfully i mothers the
:iUDBTILLARS' FATAL MISTAKE Eistress," he said. young bare and comfortless apartment. Lying flushed; she looked like one labor vapor came. quick, energetic step .o '
She at 3 o'clock the next floor and in the .
The maid on rude bed in rose softly pause open dOway.For
1"'" quickly f one corner he sow Toin ing under some strong excitement.Guy That shrouds all the sorrow and sin?
""pting appeared; and never ette, sick and her some moments she stood there .
and on wedding
but it .Was 'loinette who delirious. could scarcely remove his eye. At I listen-the murky lamps glis morning put gown
yBY RETT WINWO. .. her, pressed a kiss upon Du1cje'stood He staggered against the wal uttering from her face. It was an astonishing eTe -bonnet and all-so that her mother I quietly. The crickets were sinking dfc'
an exclamation of surprise grief. The likeness. He could have sworn it was) t might think she had gone on a journey.She mally under tho rude plank fioo .4
\" : ,l'am glad to sight of that flushed, face Toinette herself he had left her ill The peep by two and by three; :
., see you, my lady. Come fevr-smitte only smuggle some provisions and hid pale amethystine mist had settled ru&-1
Ip stairs touched his callous harsh Babel noises replace sweet
You If Toinette in New York. the little hand
; CHAPTER IV.TBMPTiTIxm.. must b. worn out with died Pressing T them in the by. the distant bills. The sun, which was
3 yotr long)journey." al hopes and schemes would extended in greeting he softly: voices,
"'(.t &TUIBL, Major iars detained Dulci come naught.Slowly "Don't I bear m said tor the way Dear sea! Trough the chinks in the unplas- near its setting, looked like a great

[ULCIE was as she 'was Slipping a moment' taking advantage of the woman'smlstke you thn at our last meeting, Toinette. wal she could see the sun rise. crimson wheel through the thin floating.

;. looking at the "Now you way.under roof he flung down a gold piece, and I forgive the cruel blow you dealt Yet past the fo-t I know it for certain Then she heard her mother's high. haze.

coarse, hard- SlOre I shall. not reproach. you my for once scrawling a harmless prescription said: me." pitched voice, and Barbary came just nu Delpbino trembled in her hiding 4

.. featured face of a D.' ttud e"1 running away'" he said your, another"This is a critical case. I must call in Dulcie started. Toinette bad not told The barn roofs have caught the last ray der where the kectle hung to peel her place, but the next moment the sound of
man past middle best physician to consult with me." her all that at the station-house, The smoke the threshing softly ea- -
stand others we should under. He found told transpired o i potatoes. wheels reached her, and abe saw some
each one, a story concocted for
age. Startling My fixed and she was at a loss to understand his meshing .
as the fact sot changed-yo shall submit purpose to ha the occasion, and pledged the good doctor meaning. But the thought that this was Brown gables with gray; "Wot's up this morning asked one driving at brak.'neck speed. l
my auIt" secrecy. dect Seth her. two minutes more Tom was standing -
stopping near
seemed the
she the who
husband ot man had seen her clad in Daniel
The red leaves
,, knew ho must be my chosahe "The sick girl i my sister," he de Briggs' garments made her heart are falling, the plovers are "Why, don't you know to-morrow's foro this startled put, indignantly
- Major Villars. 1 face was colorless as marble clared. "We quarreled, and she ran away beat. calling. Delphiny's wedding day. We're a-goin' demanding of them what thy bad doae .

For a few mo. turned to follow the maid. the as from ) speak to her of me at "I still bear the marks of the blow," The sea wind i salt o'e the word to bake the cake," said Barbary. with Delpine.! '
ments she could ofusion of her tU2hs she had nf any tie; would only excite her. But I Guy added the and The bryonies blacken, the tufts of green with 4
near while there is parting jetty curls "I did think thet Uelphidy wouldn't 0 laws, ha'n't Delpbiny! you
danger and
only stare at him rotten the bitter
Srondering whether treachery breathlessly had ftriven Toinette out p rse !ton which hadss delirium. Let these people think I am a revealing a tiny tear upon his temple. bracken Turn gold.O give in to her ma, 'baout marrjin the after all?" screamed Barbary rushing ,
into "But it is of .
;; I been used. : fugitive."Heaven word a home. physician like yourself. It will account no consequence if you are elder. Dd: you know how awful sot she from tbe kitchen. "On, where kin the
disposed to atone for the
past by present
4; Come, Toinette,"he cried,impatiently help me!. she sighed, fo While my presenee the here. kindness. scents that redouble where slow through was agin it? 'Pears tew me the gal acts pore girl be? I've been coasolia myself
"don't stand there like bark( the golden pushing examination was going on he the stubble kind tew like the while athinkia' she with
L r. curls from her forehead walked the floor in of Dulcie still took refuge in silence. She er queer, naow; resigned al wu
>i .. a stone image. You are in my with trembling"h hands.."I may have sealed which brought cold, white agony beads suspense to his, felt a sickening sensation. This was the The plow cleaves a pathway of hope!IO all of a sudden. I shouldn't wonder ef you. And, for the frt.ia her life, almost

power, and may as well submit my Own d to the powerful forehea man she must marry if she remained at wools fading yellow and orchards grown somethin' was goin' to happen thet she burst into _
J .tully. bome.iz4 wish." to set out at once on temptation But she lat he said, huskily, when Dr. Bonnyview HalL What should she do? mellow, ha'n't looked fur," biting a red apple "Here I am, Barbary here I am,

I journey this time Dulcie she had a: to regret the step Flags turned to him at last. And Guy, as he gazed admiringly into And flocks on the far-away slope! with significant tightness. Tom," spoke Delphine cheerfully from
,; was beginning to en when the splendors of the "Ihe poor girl is ilL I shall do that girlish face, was saying to himself: 0 sea songs that mingle on boulder and '
the of mite of very "Sho!I" exclaimed! Seth, dropping his the of the brass kettle "And
; ,from stupor surprise and rooms she .
was to
occuPy burst all that is but the She is like and unlike Toinette. This '
possible result
;k ) She made a desperate effort to re- upon her dazzled vision. with God." rests Is a girlish,innocent child; Toinette a self shingle capacious pan, aud opening his pale, blue now i you only help me aown, I thinkall :

t herself from the clasp of iron j.which There Were sof velvety carpets like Guy drew the woman who accosted him ish, worldly woman. I would not be so O fields that of old-time I knew! eyes to their widest extent. "I want to wi be right." .

4' she was held.p4VIamnotypur I, mossy Dots banks vIolet and forgetmeJ5T aside and questioned her eagerly. He difficult to transfer my affections to the My heart swells t burt with infinite knaw I"uBarbary yeou wicked, wicked to sceara -

: : ward, :Major Villars. You tugs, jg exquisite engrav- learned that her husband, who was a fish charming impostor." ting I wish you'd run upstairs me so," cried her gr But Del- '
l&haT*been misled by the striking resem. rosewoodfuriture and lullaengh erman had Decidedly it was for his interest to keep For !
t picked Toinette up for dead you 'n' call she'd orter know phine beard nothing saw nothing, but .
Dclpliiuy ,
; fblaace I bear to her. Let me go; you mirrors that reflected her graceful in the river the secret for the present. Suddenly bendIng -M.
one night, and brought her C.GillingtoD, io Journal.
Cabrs to without bein' called Tom who had her in his and
enough arm was
whichever git
,.ft n5 right to detain me. .. way she turned home with him. over Dulcie he whispered: up ,
i. The i man laughed incredulously. Dul- Dude was a worshiper of beauty in every "We used hot baths sir, and brought .Only try to love me, darling and such thin mornin', bu I ha'n't heorl nothin' gazing into her eyes. "I was away from

4s'I:evident familiarity with names and form; her cheeks flushed and her pulses her to life without calling for outside happiness as you never dreamed of is i DELPHINE'S DEVICE of her yit," said the sharp voice of the home when your letter reached Stan

, !"parsons told against her. Lthgled wth delight as she eagerly glanced help. Jim ana I are very poor; we can't store for you" mistress of the house in the open door i ford, Delphine, but I have traveled
*'f\.' 3"on are not Toinette, where is she?" Iound. afford to pay doctor's fees. The poor lady There must be some cause for the girls ; every moment with a horrible fear that I
'* ;b demanded, jeeringly. "It seems like a dream. Am I really seemed to be getting well startling likeness to Toinette. It way.Barbary
**M> awake?" along very until ELPHINY, i made an awful sign, which might too late, making my blood
$1eeping; under the dark waters of the she asked bersel half incredu to-day, when she was suddenly taken not be accidental-nature is of such your b
,t.) ,,':,.,aner.;" lously. "Ths BI, fairly takes away worse." freaks. He would trace cha ipostor'shistory Contrary-minded. meant keep silent, to Seth, and disappeared cure'al! the way. You are certainly

:$ .Far one moment he seemed impressed my I the little vagrant who I For long hours Guy Mandeville walked and spate no pains to lea ness ez a wearin'me on her errand..' mared to the elder!" with an awful

1'.: ,jv her sad earnestness; the next, he was ased to tramp the streets and alleys of up and. down before, the door of the cham. truth. I might be turned to his advant. inter my grave "She's up already," she reported, returning glance wocld-be rival.

tawing her forcibly along by his side. New York, after going supperless to bed, Cr, to tbe- moans and ravings of age.Dulcie but i yer don't in a few moments. "Perhapsshe She shook her head.
Oome, come. Don't be a silly fool. It ar a nobly born princess who has listening .
always the within. was only shy and reserved; Toin want to try on came front way, 'n' ez a "I told you that I would never marry
,)It useless to deny your own identity. I am llept upon down and fed upon rose- ette had treated him with haughty disdain. "
leaves?" Had Toinette thrown herself into the 1'L'' : yer weddin' clcarin! up the set tn' room, a'twasn'tput I any one but you, Tom.
be deceived d.res
't ftot to by so a trick. river with the Even Major Yillars noticed the .
deliberate of "
.:though I could be mistaken in my No wonder her brain was well nigh her life purpose ending change. 1-7A"r you kl wear it a- ter rights last night. "All's. well that end well, and there

-tha girl I have loved as my own turned. The illusion seemed complete His first, or met impulse with an accident been ?to send "You are winning her over,"the unsuspecting 'II II 1 fittin' you good or "Delphiny," called Mrr.Lng.lustily, never was a ,prettier or rosier

!1-1AI. and who has sat at my table. You when Eosine wheeled forward a velvet telegram to Major ba, apprising him of.a man declared. "Only perevere." '4'( I bad fur all me,"saidfl. "Delphiny, where be you? you bride than Delphine though she had beena

bacltto Bonnyview Hall this very night." couch, and brought the ermine-lined dressing his ward's illness; but later he felt glad After several days: spent in the young Mrs. Long, or the to git breakfast." prisoner for two days in a brass kettlo. '

"OhI believe me, MajorVillars, I am gown from the wardrobe. that he resisted it. lady's society, Guy paid a flying visit to "Widder Sam," she was called by the But there was no response, and after -
'only' a friendless stranger in Let me disrobe you, my dear mistress New York. From Dr. he learned a -
poor Flagg
returning to his hotel that night he her and the
$} those fate you can have no possible inWest said the girl. "1 will sit by you and bathefour found a brief note him which that Toinette was rapidly convalescing, neIghbor regarding pretty daughter repeated searching calling, lady The Shading Minarets of Ispahan. "
awaiting her decided that her
silver rimmed
Ji.1 head until fall ruefully over spectacles."I daughter must .
you asleep. read thus: though unable to leave the room as yet. the most architectural
'.%f:'"What, then, is the meaning of this?" Dull submitted herself to the hands Then there was no immediate danger of never see a girl make sech a tinder ;. have run over tew "Caroline's tew get Among singular
',ft demanded' pausing to thrust a crumple& of maid eujoving for the first I She Come at once. I have found Toinette. losing trace of her, so he returned to Bon about gettin' married, an' there hain't the snow. rop table cover, which she curiosities in the world must be countedthe
|' note Into her hand. time 1 her life the luxury of being waited now at Bonnyview Hall. Set you nyview Hl. a likelier nor a genteeler man in the promised to lend her for the important Shaking Minarets, about'fve miles '

& Dnlcifl opened and read it by the light apon. wedding-day. VILARS. i 'hat same day Major Tillers said to hull keountry then the elder," she Con. occasion, so near at h3 nd. Caroline said from "sacred Ispahan.. passing

:.' i*f a flickering street lamp. But sleep was out of the question. She It was dated that morning. Guy read it Dnlcie: we'd got to scad for it early, 'coz she through a perfect of gardens and
t ,"Major Villars, your ward will lay with her great blue several times over in a state of intense bewilderment. "You sensible after ted excitedly. canals the traveler reaches
runaway eyes staring dreamily are a girl, all; said Mrs. was goin' tew the Corner to the irrigating aa
,&,trots the Jersey City ferry at eight o'clock up at the painted ceiling, thinking seriously Toinette could not possibly changed for the better. I believe you are so, Sampson, the spend old, and by no means imposing looking,
be in two at dressmaker but there need of sich
evening. Should she be veiled, you and deeply. places one and the same time. really growing fond of Guy. He is the breaking her thread with day, wan't no
,W"dhil know her by the fawn-colored travel "Eosine," she eaid, suddenly, "who And yet Major Villars was not a man t prince of good fellows and so handsome. the force of her conviction; "he hain'tone dretful hurry. The stage don't start till mosque. From the front corners of this '

j dress she wears. A word to the wise this man.y guardian wishes me i play jokes. We will have grand wedding one of these o' them shif'less kind that preachesfur half-past six, she remarked: 8 she rig rise two columns of maonr about seventy -

|,>, braficient." mary? "What is the mystery? he asked him- days, and all live :happy together after pork V tallar! candles, out er folkses orously turned the crank of the coffee- feet in height ground; the '

1 .,. "Who could have written this?" asked The maid started, half fearing her lovely self, wouderingly.He ward." 'n the store, but sets fur mill. Barbary, stationed under the frt half of the height, or a little less,
jvta*::bewildered girl, lifting a startled mistress had taken leave of her senses. no answer to the note, but an "Major Yillars, why are you so deter sular in like jest up brass kettle sti being one with the wall of the'mosque.After .
hour of the else loudly.
;, !*|buu to her companion's face. "What a strai ge question for you to ask, following morning found mined I shall marry that man?" she demanded pay money anybody and reaching the of the
miss. him again at Toinete's bedside. he it, tew," the dressmaker went on. Delphine heard it, and quaked with mosque
/ !cannot tell. It reached me early this You who know Guy Mandeville so looking at him fixedly git minarets raise their
iftemoon. There is no sigaature,and the The fever was scorching up that young I She saw eyes dilate, his face pale toa Isnl Baker don't git no chance to fear, for Barbary never sniffed without the two tapering
," ,hsadwnting is disguised. But I resolved well.Dulcie repeated the name to herself life like a consuming fire. She looked at dead hii. change the gospil fur a tub o' soft soap meaning. She gave utterance to volumesin head some thirty-five or more feet a)

, x.'I)be on the spot, ready to receive you if once or twice to impress it on her mem. no him gleam with of wild recognition."Oh glassy eyes. in which shone "Why?" he stammered. "Because Guy when he's consarned, I tel you. He's this peculiar, rasping, uncouth sound. spires, and distant from each '
jDtcame." Mandeville is the most suitable husband I other about t wen tj-five feet. A narrow,
ory. farm Even her mother winced before it and
God, let her live, and I to got ez good a in ,
<1 ;Dulcie's head drooped' for a moment. "Everything seems"strange and unreal to make myself more worthy 'Gi! try could select for my ward. This i reason State, n' a frame house 8 ez snug i neat tie Seth, a lover, who hoped and despaired spiral staircase winds up inside of each
prt ons could have known where me to-night, Bosine, she said "As pried I anxious to 'n'
person wicked enough. am see you pleas- column to the top. Si far there baa
aloud this man, in his anguish, bendingover He's turns driven the of suicide -
ez yaou a-goin' to put by was to verge
( Ihould be at the hour specified, or what. tough I were not myself, but act ly settled in life. please up been remarkable but arrived at
the couch, and holding that nothing ,
burning a front fence tew when it was directed toward him-
qq14'pLr.: person. For a long time after she gained her yard come spring;
\ 'f'rt: inette found some opportunity Passing her hand slowly over her fore. hand Toinette in his cla began p. to toss and own room, Dulcie sat thinking of Major he cole me so the oter day." self. Could it be possible that those the top of either one of the columns, by

_;,. the anonymous letter to her bead she added, wearily: ears caught her broken moan.ut Villars' agitation when he said these "But I detest the man, mother," said sharp eyes had discovered her hidin dancing or jumping upon the floor, tho

i If so, what was her object? "Why, why is Major Villars so deter- Guys sarle. words. the slender, dark-eyed girl, whose brow place? minarets can b made t shake a though
ad planned to send Dulcie out mined that I shall wed the man of his Her question appeared to startle him trembling earthquake ..
don't anxious Mrs. Ihok.
"Philip, why you come for me? I wore lines, but whose clear, Long whisked into the kitchen,
I >to.encounter that hard, cruel man, choosing? know my enemies are searching everywhere. strangely. It was useless trying to conjecture brave eyes shone with a determined slamming the door after her. Barbary is still more surprising is by
4 r'iad! she destroyed herself while Because you are a great heiress, miss. i[: am sore Though they kill me, I why. Some mystery lay i the Mr. Ballantiae in his book-"Midaight
araid. which boded ill turned toward Seth who
1 Kbg the river? Pray don't talk so strangely. You frightenme. will man." background of which she did not the light for the success of was listlessly Persia."

||flhi harder Dulcie tried to solve theseIIams With all your pretended ignorance, A bitter marry oath sprang to the lips that had key. But matters were coming to a crisis. her mother's plans. "I have told you preparing food for a sick cow, and slowly Marches threugh

the more puzzled she became. you understand these matters much bettei wreathed a prayer a moment before. Soon she must become Guy Mandeville'swife over and over again that I would never carefully opened her mouta. "We got a couple of Persians to ascend

"c,"Ltt| me go." she cried, lifting her tear- than I do." "Even in delirium my hated rival fills all or confess herself a cheat."I marry him. Still, if it will be any sat "Kuther queer 't Delphiny should puton one of the minarets, while we were oa

, rfi68 1m loringly. "I swear to you that The girl's eyes filled with tears. She aer thoughts," Guy muttered,his face dark will go away," she decided, after isfaction to you, I will try on the dress." her travelin' dress 'n' her best bunnet, the top of the other. Here sat down,

... LMBctte is dead,-and I am an utter stran- now felt convinced her young mistress' Kith anger. hours spent in perplexed thought."It "You're talkin' tew over t' Aunt to borrer perfectly still, and notified the Persians -
Htoyoarti mind had been affected. In the next breath, the sick girl said, will be hard to leave ths wealth and nonsense, Delphiny. go Carolne's opposite shake the column they were
i The folly has gone faxPWttjil" "Please bear with me," said Dulcie, sagerly: luxury behind, but it done." You know ez well ez I dew thet the a table kiverl" t it '

he exclaimed, angrily. t "You gently. Duloie is my living image. Why That night she wrote a brief note of explanation weddin' day ez fixed fur day after tew- "Sho! what a marster han' fur kati- on. They did so, throwing nary a -Hi
- [tenet "I know are unhappy dear lady. Nc left it her m'orrer 'n' latin' be I" couple of feet, I should say, out
believe ,
even expect me to you. I you :ant I persuade her to go to Bonnyview on dressing-table tew-morrer the elder'sa.comin' you Barbary .
ISBL:.willing to take just as solemn an wonder you seem changed. It is very hard Hall, and Guy? If she playedher and stole softly down stairs. While her up with his friend, Elder "But you jist keep dark. Let Mis' true vertical on each side a they moved. '

._ that you are my fugitive ward, and that you must give up Philip Rayner whom wel marr one would suspect the white, trembling hands were tugging at Knight. Miss Sampson brought Sam find herself, ohe'a baound tew This shaking, by some my.tnoU connection -
5 other. Will you come with me&s. you love, and be forced to marry a wretch par. the bolts which secured the door, there me cut the the
word afore but I 'twont till the through masonry
of Seth
by I long hope
.---fl" you hate. At these words Guy Mandeville leapedto was 0 sudden flash of light, and Guy Man Perkin. cn'tsay b communicated itself the
saw he was in earnest, and s Philip Eayner! Another name to be his feet, and began pacing up and down deville appeared before her. Im sorry 't is so soon, nuthe{, fur pore girl gits well eout the way. I don't mosque, and it In turn t
___"1 'of deeper fear shot through her stowed away in memory's chamber. What the room in wild excitement"Ah .Wher are you going?" he said. you bin a consolin' darter tew me, know ez I 'se ever pressed my 'pinion column we wera on, began .

was Toinette's favored lover like? Would now I understand the meaning of "Let me pass!"she exclaimed,thrustingaside no way. The'cndemy edication 'at I gin freely afore, but I ha'n't no doubt but shaking so violently a to oblige u t

.'I will, .appeal to the first person weI she ever meet him? that note!I" he muttered. "This Dulcie. his detaining hand. you hez only set yeou 'fore yeour folks, thet there elder, piomity'n'all, ez a reg- descend t seek, relief. Whether this
I,". fMajor After .long silence, she asked: whoever she may be, has assumed "Not at this hpur. I you leave th 'n' when I lay eout for own lar old Miss Sun she's so "sympathetic motion" of two solid and .
I Villars laughed mockingly and "Is there a portrait of Guy Mandeville in Toinette's identity deceived even those aonse I shall go with you. Is 1 from me 'n' will mysel your crockerdie. idee 't Del separated columns of masonry be due t
good, runs on an ,
ma. hasty glance around beckoned to a the house? who shdnld have been the first to detect that you are flying, Toinette? yeou marry gen accident or design is not known; neither '
card miss-the same "Don't call that You teel 'n'intew the gospil go'n' phiny wouldn't dare go agin bar com- .
nneman who was pacing his beat at s "Only a photograph, the imposture! She must be marvelously me by name. have yeou get is the io which the motion
. distance. f you told me to destroy. But that seemed E like Toinette to do that." been deceived. I am not Toiett Now your mind sot on a young feller thet marnd V run away teW git rid of mar- manner I
Mr. Mandeville is so handsome. So ] know the secret that been hain't nothin' but ryin He bs kivered with communicated. The superstitiOus- ,
,.jUtsureyou remember me, Saun. pit An evil smile broke slowly over his dark, you got store clothes V a may over '
yp ,hesaid.v ia th dssing-c.ase." handsome face.Forewaned. told long ago. Let me g." sarcy 'n'a glib tongue to reckermendhim. the gospil shell, but lor, there ha'n't no sinus attribute the phenomenon to the
r "Bring is forearmed. It will t She confronted him defiantly, a spirit of the patron saint, whose
Oh inside him then there
,yes, sir, was the respectful reply. A kind o' furriner, tew, more gospil or mOJue's
As the maid turned to comply with hei I desperate gleam in her deep blue lvin'away
strange if I cannot spoil this little schemeof stage body 'was below.-itnericaa ,
in service for few weeks not inside the skin ball. .
your a off in Canada with the or a puff
Dulcie took from her bosom the love's rather to turn it eyes. He laughed softly. up '
lady or, ,
"10You are Major Villars, of Bon- request my t "0 laws exclaimed Seth Agriculturist. :
Hall." pencil sketch. She had the my own advantage.." 'You say you are not Toinette. Where only knows what kin' 'ur a brngin' up. ,. aghast at -- :
.. accurate touch of the true artist, and When he next approached the oouph, is she?" The elder said I did wrong barbered such bold heresy. '- ,
Iufht. Of this
& course, you recognize feature of the manly face which had Dead!" sich three aunts The .Cnnnloff of a Tike. :
I lady?" ever Toinette was saying a shuder a character under my roof, Delphine's were hastily
; her girlish fancy was clearly broughtout. tone: Dulcie did not see the strange look that fur idleness summoned and like Job's Probably .more people hiva "
.): Jt fa Miss Lynton, the man answered, i the mother ev vice, !n be cororter many
; ..gliuce expressing admiration of the "How cold and deep the river is! Oh, lashed over' his face and was gone. After spent two bull months a,doin they gave their opinions. "Laws a studied how to catch a pike thai huc .
to ? ] silence he said
...&& "What are Guy and Philip me who will save me! I have played in : studied it It is ..
face. Your sir. said the afflicted scientidcally. -
lovely ward. shall never marry any other than the God from child, and was never "You may not be Toinette, but you are nothin' but bun tin' and fishin, with a massy, mother, "I'm ,
. "Bight''again.. Something must be original of this picture. All my love i* afraid before. I 1 thought to reach one of here in her place. Go back to your room." plenty of sly courtin' thrown in when 'feared she's gone and drounded herself. pel hap but if a student of' natural bis- -

'yngwith" tts in the poor child's brain, for she Be given to a stranger I have seen but once.* the little belw,and leave Dulcieto The next day an event occurred that my back was turned, I 'spose prober.' She's a like her poor diseased pa a two* desires to know what a f,1 I
denying her own identity. The nest moment Rosine appeared and think perished. But unseen changed all her thoughts and plans.At able. actually is, he must watch it for : .
enough to find Saunfc pea.
,t, J, and help us to" carriage, placed a card photograph in her hand. hands seem to be dragging me down, the breakfast table Guy met her pre wouldn't make any difference if I HEr her pa'd been alive she wouldn't being himself unseen.

- ; .Dakaeno longer etruigled.! It would One glance into the dark, handsome, down where all is darkness and horror. I cisely as though that little episode had UI never seen Tom mother hey been driven to this," said Aunt Jane At one time there were several large '
doubt at rest. not happened in the night. He was kind, ; nothing
face set
much. The
smiling risked too waves
have -
'' '.: au.j been useless. Major Villars would Mandeville was the gentleman she Oh I courteous, affable. Afterward Dulcie would induce me to Elder Taylorif severely.The pike in my Iota pond. Under the ha re ;
*un a guardian's authority over her, and Guy are swishing over me. God am herself She marry widow's flashed her circular leaves of this splendid plant they .
had accosted in the streets of New York drowning!" went out by over the gunds. there wasn't another man in tbe eyes through
, upon this man to corroborate his .* had wandered some the tears but the she to took refuge, and it was difficult to catch ,
_or while disguised as a newby.CRTER The delirious girl uttered a wild shriek, word.n And Delphine hastily removed only reply deigned

:!t o/ :;|l'tdered; them to place her in a and lay panting and shuddering with house thicket, when startled the crackling her, and a of d twig i atone.colore silk gown which had give was to rise with great dignity, andptace even a glimpse of them. ,At the earns -

:N 'ge". close carriage, which instantly V. terror. .cried chosn by united heads of her her chair so that she should 1)3 time the schools of minnows teemedt t(
' i J-'nea upon the homeward journey. WHAT is THE MYSTERY?" From such broken utterances Guy gathered eagery., darling, there you at last! mother aud three aunts suitable for a seated with her back squarely to the enjoy the sunlight and sported ia the
t ?ew words! that We left Guy Mandeville lying as if dead the whole story. Though Toi'lscheme a a offender. water. More than however,
; were spoken during clear to I have been waiting since early dwn. preacher's bride, and left the room. open onc '
c.-; :r-allan it ride across a strange country. Major apon the floor of the room i the oided to was perfectly nothing to Major hi until The tail figure of 0 man appeared suddenly The wide kitchen door was open, over "What's the elder a goin' t' dew?" I saw the pike rash out : its cover I
: which Toinette been an enforced say
leaned back in the darkest corr of in the She lookedup that it
fi illness narrow pathway. Aunt Jane after this em- and finally learned systematicallylaid
: 5p the result of the girl's was no looking sunny fields and the blue gloomof very
thoughtful and preoccupied. Dulcie inmate. a cry of amazement breaking from her in wait for the minnows and I "
. "PP d her head her hands, and As no one happened to pass that way,hi longer a matter of doubt. far-stretching pine woods. She stood phatic pause.Deiphine ; b '
.. ( :"Pt bitterly upon straggled slowly back to consciousness by At length the crisis came. Toinett recovered I lips.Her there a few moments with her hands strained her ears to hear the lieve I am justified Ia adding that.the
!'At last that felled him had the use of her reason Wa pronounced I startled glance rested upon the this direct knew that.danger lurked under
her tears ceased to flow, and himself. The blow out of I dark, handsome face of the original of the clenched tightly together; and with al reply to question. I was minnow
t: \wadenly,in the night and darkness, a ter- been a heavy one j for some time he onljrealizedlhe'Bting course, the danger.Of scheming villain discontinued pencil sketch! The fascinating strsngerwth mot despairing eyes which were fed just what sbe wished to inquire her the lotus leaves, The situation was not ,
** else
w' of
;i& temptation came to her. and pain it-al visits.' It did not suit his purpose whom Dulcie had fallen in love at on the road which wound beyond self. 1 hphar a one a might appear at

ti. ,"she;:: Xill,struggle against fate no longer, was a blank. hi should know who had sight stood before her! fields like a brown thread into the hilly th "He says it's his dooty to find her In lrt glnc"and the hours of patient t
'i 1 .told herself. "I -will take this dead his came fully back, and ToineU
: When senses befriended She stared at him breathlessly, her of everything." watching me that thera was a
,firl 8 pl.. It cannot be so very wrong; be found alone, he made the room the of distance. spite cnvi
himsel called from the city unex- heart beating to verge decided of the
I "I am away stoaton.For Here sniff echoed loud aud exercising ingencity oa
herself wished it. I have with criss. "Ob, why doesn't Tom come, she
ring angry of moment she half fancied Barbarys
to the a
.truth wil] hs Toinette? What has becomeof pectedly, he explained woman hersel te distinct unseen corner. Mrs. part of both th pike and the minnows,
.. \hJi silent, and the Where the house "and Dr. Flagg will now have victim of some strange optical issiol sad, half aloud. "He must have got '
: The deception can the prisoner?" he demaded, a hal a the in time it be that started. The four aunts the former ever on the lookout.for a victim
: : JnowL bn@ the ent'charge of the patient! The next, young man d my leter or can he Lug turne .
f :: dozen policemen thronged the low dor. "' I am very her forward and caught her in his arms. wasn't at home when the letter fixed their eyes.upon the "help" the latter- watchful of ,an ever presentjdanger. -

:. n he thought of her desolate con- fSTQ V. tc life has been spared." "You look at me as if Iwere a gbOsd"l.! Stanford! I will not believe red with severity. Day long it was a tragedy

'f" i.friendless,. penniless, and in f A brief search brought the truth "Take this purse, and see that she wants he exclaimed;touching his bearded i the villain tht which "What i he cn' find her!" queried where brute force counted for little aaJ

4r1' :*' ,1: awaYI plc wated to be rich," she mur- light."Idiots! you have let her escape!" he for othing.that I she you sun-be- to her chek. I"I was have wrong nearly to frightened take you 8 you bysurprise fathle deceiving rest of the family declare Aunt Loisy, snapping.her needles. cnn fo a gf deaL-Courier- .

4. ;: the world, have plenty olAne hissed. ply came say interested in his beautiful patent, ; I could send no messagewithout him to be. -Ob, no I somethingmust "Toe elder's a terrible undentndin'man Jourl _ .

?"YU.5 clothe end luxurious sur. By this time she was far beyond hU and was prompted to an act of ." its coming to Major Villars'knowl- have gone wrong, or he would certainly ez well's a good man, remarked '

4 |B1W OUfldiflL. it is possible to make reach. He got up from the floor, feeling An hour later he had set out far BonnyriewHalL edge, and you have warned me again and have been here by this time to Aunt Jane a i she; h been contradicted NeW Way t Set WateheuNicholy .
: l ion % reality. I need only and sick. A carriage took him to not to his or suspi
ac giddy again anger and her still fixed Jensen of
Washingtonhas ,
dreadful gaze
from ,
la save me
SCtlt rilence what is freely.offered. his hotel, where he was compelled to keep cions. So I hid in the shrubbery, and ti
: in the direction of Barbary, quite ignoring patented a simple device greatly, .
}- under the What shall I do ,
&Cded Dulcie! There are hardei his room for two days, chafing CHAPTER VI.TTHAT r waited impatiently for you to appear in thegund. .

:, .t) poverty and loneliness t< bonds hs ow helplessness placed SHOUlD"SHE DO? I knew you would surely come DelphJne stared about her in despair, Aunt Loisy facilitates. the c setting :of .

-"i.' lesson let for her t upon end, Guy Man trjBting-place." and suddenly her eyes were fixed on a "Her you looked everywhere round i! wathe It CI a lever'watch
t: *m i th bitter days to "That blow might have killed me! It Arrived at hs joueys with Major At the touch of those bearded lips,Dul. huge brass kettle that was sospendded here!" came from Aunt Polly, who evidently n pu out, stops the'second mid -

I l'She> "A young, impulsive, fond of it). shall cost Toinette dear," he muUeredshutting deville held the library. Though burning cie's impulsive heart throbbed a it had. from the rafters overhead. What a feared open war was near, act at the sixty After. this.,the other ', 4.hands .
Villars in pint
and excitement. What wonder tha his teeth together with an throbbed before. But following that I '
his never anxious it. this second hand
ang decided to I was to avert I
he had keep would be! -
:8tea d to the voice of the tempte: hissing sound.; "Proud and with curiosity, thrill of rapture came a sickening feeling grand hiding place th a le .
and await further develop MYis, everywhere ia of the regulator reaches i point
? she is I will find her-humble her t tin own counsel of oread. Rather but was a tiny person thelr secin' t'I .

.It h not your faul that you are placetiWch dust." ments. ?" was about ,How .strangely had her iexren a crap hold her,she was sure. the woos now, i. sighed the the. lever :oa thewath' bio ,seUis"poshed s
Toinette '
a whispered.,' "YOt When his strength was restored, he se. How doe? appear feet been tangled in the Tom would get her 'letter, and must dismally. In. second' -. ., 'T

'e limply been carried along by the re cured the services of an experienced detective his first iqui. Her experience. in. Thosetenderaresses were intended foi come in twenty-four hours. She couldsee ,"But, .lor I she ba'n't 'there, ,1 hand ..n4the'othertwo at, the same ,

? levi clnt. of destiny. The dea< and scoured the streets and by. Quiet not lost upon her.- her! from her lofty perch the first shouldn't wonder if she was merried : momeat. The three hands" thus 'mh :

z "' cam you as Tometeb, ways of the. great city in quest of thef, rig away was tractable ia .futu. Hothead diooped upon h shoulder. moment Tom afore this time t, 'orkTele.EewhoiwaLtstodo&'goocl,. !
h"i $. le wth gitive. )leleve she will be, more Even in that supreme she realized the stage came, .in sight. She Barrington i step.-New. _, 1" a.' :

accept them All his efforts were futile until one daj crossed Guy'sface that life would never again be the blee her grandmother for having left Aunt Loisy with an aggressive pucker. .- -- C :

\. what seemed an interminabli when he passing' along a dismal alley curious expression doubt but someone same to her if compelled to give him I precious gift, only used once a year The day passed. 'Night cams 'an and, )deal'at, :'
'a He could no longer up t "*' :
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__ ;c BPFORD- COUNTY TELEGRAPH. I S ELECTIONRETURliS. .- $ LINES, Circuit Court Notice.IN Fourth i .Judicial Circuit of

S I [Affectionately inscribed to Mrj. Charles Bailey. Florida, Bradford ('ountyI ii Chancery: ja kAkEz
PUBLISHED WEEKLY- AT in memory of her loving husband.) Elizabeth Lawteyt G1 j
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weary Era tus O. IIIil, Thonus J. Bisrrin. Max Stern
AS CAST. Laying M* burden down, Joseph A. ltetl.liigtt.n James H. Fov, Krvm
.WEBB. An angel of mercy, ho ering near, B. Whitney. Ua lit H Ii"it. 21, James A. lier-
: Editor and Publisher. Bore oil the cross and left a crown. man and Albert K. MiHf!

1 -: S.- Both the Senate and the House Thus did loved one from lifo- It being made to oppc-ir by the affidavit of
your pnss that
S SIJBSCniPTIOW It 1.00 A YEAR. Will Bo Democratic. A tnomentV pu.'n. and nil was o'erEarth's Thomas the above-named E. BUSK,defendants.con-jilain.vfs Max solicitor Stern. Joseph

.. Answered labors the iinisiied call from, ho tle other shore. A. Beddinston. James II Foss. Ervm B. Whit- Will! Sell! UnhG&rd-of Prices
Tin returns of the presidential election Sherman ILVII at
Entered Acf.rtiiiiff to Act "f C&.gn' ip nov, David Floyd. Sd. James A.
the I\t Ojtiec. Slarl-t, Fla. .ra are now as complete as they nre likely to Startled by hearing the solemn tones Albert E. Miller, are non residents of the State
% Of the familiar oil church bell, of Florida and thai they are oseh over the age
Y1nu .3ktfer., lie. Until the official count shall have Tolling in sa i.iest cadence.Atre of twenty one years uud that their places of
: -'. I >.t- Is wt'Il. residence! and postofne addnssea are respects IN BUTTONS
in Ohio that will be BUTTONS-ANYTHING
been completed state ivelv as follows: Max Stern resided in the con a- GLOVES ,
; ; S. For the first timo in tliirtv years claimed by both patties. The democrats For wo know he walked with Q'vJ, ty of Chatham. stat of Georgia, whose post- ,
Bv hit dtlly acts of gra-p, office address is runiioh. Georgia; Joseph A.
the democratic party will have con can very well afford to lose Ohio, for By his generous devils ot lcC, Keildington reside in the county of Ueryhaga .

trol of congress. S \\ ithout it Cleveland will have forty-seven STOP A MOMENT Then By his do holy, placi.l lace. land.Slate of Ohio Ohio.; Janie who-e II.postoftiee rosS resides AfMrej-s in I-Suffolk ICleve For the Next 10 Days! V

m ------ murmur; uncomplaining,
state ot Slas-aehwetts. whose po"tofllo
S more electoral vote than me necessary to Place in His liainl county,
your :
is lliinjr of the address Ls Winthrop. Massachusetts: Ervin B.
Third a
).irtyi ni
] elect. At present the electoral votes And Sec Our By the ciia>tcning rod He gives you Whitney resides in Middlesex count/, state of
Tlic republicans will nowjinvcto Access to the better land. is Somerville.
past. Massachusetts whose po-toflKv adilress 1
assured to Cleveland arc as follows: MassachusetUi David Floyd, Al, res-ides The Celebrated "Erebus"BOYS'
plen some other wny to br<>ak His bounteous love for thee'll provido, ; ;
It, So question nut whence or how; in Suffolk county,state issicfiusetts.: whose
tho democracy. Trust Him with a contrite heart postoffice a.ldress is Winthrop. Massachusetts;
Alabama...... ..... 11 Connecticut..... .. G CLOTIIINWYou And in sweet submission bow. James A. Sherman resides in Cheshire county,
""* i Arkansas..... .. ...... 8 Illinois..............24 state of New Hampshire whoso postofflcu address
: The people have raised their voice Delaware..... ... 3 Indiana.. ........... 15 H. A. C. is Ki-eiie New Hampshire, and Albert E. 'I
Florida....... ...... 4 Michigan............ 5ieorgta. ;: -- Miller, resides in Norfolk count, state of Massachusetts STOCKINGS
in condemnation of the obnoxious .... ... 13 NowJer-ey.......... 10 Good Looksood whose postofilco address is Needham, ,
tariff law. There is now sonic hope Kentucky... ....... 13 NewYork... .. ... 86Louisiana. < Jo ks than skin )Isssehustts;
; .............. 8 Wisconsin ... .. .. 12 > an- more deep It is therefore ordered that the above named
for the country. Man;land............ 8 Wyoming....,...... 3 inny be so busy chasing the depending upon n healthy cotuliti'in of def i.dauts. Max Stern. Joseph A. Reddington
.. .- Mississippi.. .......- !> all the vital organs. If the Liver 1 hi' inactive Jan.e< II. F. ss, Ervm Whitney David Floyd Doubled Toed Heeled and Kneed.
.5 ---w--- Missouri .... ..... IT Northern ..... .....IllSorth elusive dollar that you |Positively you bavo a Hiliout Look, if 2d. James A. Sherman and Albert E. Miller ,
The KcramWo for office hn< already Carolina... .. 11 yourBtMiixch I Iio disordered, Ir.ive ;i be. and they and each of them are hereby

begun. Some wise lira'ls South Carolina...... 9 Total.... ....,..270 liaven'i lime to look at anything, l"ynpeptic Look md if \our kidneys be required to plead answer or demur to the Dill of
Tennessee.....-..-... It complaint filed in this cause on or before the
bavo gone so far RS to name (Jieveland's Texas............... 15 but if cnteittin affected you have av 1'ij elied I Looks Fifth'Jay of December A. I.). 1802or
Virginia.......-.... 12 you're wrong, you S cabinet. Weht Virginia........ 8 looks. Mle--tri: Hitters is the great them.It .
-. S any such idea. You can't help being alteratve and Ton -; it acts clireftlv on is further ordered that a copy of this order
Private lams of the Pennsylvania Southern .......ISO IIP published in the Bradford County TrLEOUAPH, OOBS
thcsn vital organs. Cures Pin>|ili sHIotHias BLACK DREg !
of and it'n In Starke, Bradford
Clothing ns
a buyer a weekly published
column iu ihe above table newspaper
represents IJoils and give uood
a- fctatu troops, has lost his case, and ; a coinI County, Florida OLce a week for lourcon-
bringing militiamen 'by the the"solid South and southerners plain as daylight that it stands you >l v5on. Sold at Suirke Drug Co's secutive weeks preceding the date above men
S up h'tve reason to view it with pride, especially stole, oOc. per bottle. 4 tioned. bout and ordered by me this 24th day of
thumbs will doubtless be. looked October. A. D. 1892. W. T. WEEKS.
when they rounder that no less ih in in hand to look before you pur [SEAL] Clerk Circuit('ourLBy

i upnn as correct military discipline. six of these slates were claimed either by The Saturday Blade N. I). WAISRIOUT, Deputy Cleik. Inducement

; the republicans or thiid party, and Unit chase. You can't afford to do business Is the greatest newsh.iper wonder of the I hereby certify that the above and foregoing Special

It is slock the Western dcspe.ali efforts were made to tear some Il is four M I aud is a true and correct copy of the original order
proposed to with shot or buy a age. t; years <> has a circulation of publication in said cause as s now on V
If. plaint with kangaroos. Jn car of them from their moorings. your eyes of over H "quarter million copies aveek. file i in my office. W\ T. WEEKS,
Hut of coiitse the chief interest ccnteis The latest si-iiviliuns and tile mot.tnurvelous [SEAL] Clerk Circuit Court.
; riage and intelligence the accidental in the iiorlhern and western states vrliich pig in a bag; neither you want By N. I). WAISRIQHT. D.C.Notice..
events ate written in ihe
beast is said to resemble the! dude, tire found in the second column. The to buy Clothing blindfolded, or I best style and fully I I ii I iit rated. up fc>tihscri phiU FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS :

and perhaps we can make voters of magnitude of the victory whicb the democrats received at $1 per year. for MX

them. have won can be appreciated when what's the Rrifrie thing, buy thorn inutil lis. or 50 cnis for I three months. IN Circuit Court. Fourth Br.alford Judicial Circuit In *%
State of Florida, Coun'y.-
we consider Unit but one of these stales. inducement. 4AlMVool
Special 1 to ciubs Send for Chancery:
New .lt CHS! if electoral vote for without first having seen our stock. Notna K. Carter 1 1s Cashmeres Bedford Cord the New :"
I Florida's buildings at the world's IM.., fri-e specimen copies Hoys everywhere Henriettas, Drap ; ;}
Cleveland in 1888, and that but three of % IBill for Divorce.
ate making big silling the Blade
A hustle money
: fair are attracting more, attention them, New Jetsev. New York and Indiana Stop a moment man may on lie strceix Wri'e' for particulars. It being Station made appear\ bv the affidavit of the d'Alma. Linen Table Cloths, Napkins, Big and

w than any other state buildrngs.] elected Cleveland electors in 1884. so fast that he hustles himself out of Address the publisher. W. I), lioyce. 113, complainant appended to the bill n> said cause.

Now, what could do the state more The following table tells the remainder II.1) and 117 Fifth avuiuv, Chicago. 4t that the above-named drfendan*. Marion Carter, Small, Shoes, Umbrellas, etc. --
is a non resident of lie S ate of FiniJa 1 aud rc-
/j;, good than a fine exhibit of its resources of the story: an opportunity. \Vc are offering .- -- Mds in \Va3ne county, Stat of Georgia, and
FOR HAREISOX. FOR WEAVER. Winter ICxcur.sion to Mexico. that his poxtomVe addicts i is evtn.said state

there? California.... ...... A Colorado..... ...... 4 for the The annual of I the American and rounty, and that suid( de'c.dant' is over the
Iowa................... 10 Idaho............... 8 met-iitg age twenty-one years it is th refoi ordei ed WINDOW SHADES--PATENT ROLLERS ;:
The rule all over Maine............. .. 6 Kansas............. 10Massachusetts. I'ublic llcalih Assuci-itioii and Intcruaiiuitl that the abme named defendant. Miiio-i Carter. ,
: as a
negroes, NEXT THIRTY DAYS be refjnired: to liii'tit answer or ,demur to the
.. ... 15 Nevada .. ........ 3Michigan.
the South voted the democratic ..,.-....... J> North Dakot... 3 : Medical Ctiiities A ill be held at bill! filet in Slid rauson o": before the 5th day Latest Improved.

ticket this without fear solic MianebOto.......... 9 Oregon....?. ..... 4 Ihe Cily of Mexic i No-.t-mber 2'J amid 30 of December A 1>. i_'.>.. the f. nut- being the htst
year or Montana.... 3 UnparalleledBARfiAINS Monday in stiM rim-tli: and a rule day of this
f itation. They have at last leained NcbraKkd.... ..,.. 8 27 and December 1 and 2. The Floiidi Central I I court, or the snul bill will to tikci: as etiif.ssed
.... S) a ciin't hi:11. ..
4 that what is to the interest of the New Pcnniyivanl.Hampshire... .... 33 I ) \ and Peiiinsnlir nilrnad! for the above It is further ordere 1 th t a copy of this n'.ii' .
.. 4 occi( !. mu. d Hip tickets i* c.SeIi'iVe
white man is the same to them. Rhode Wand ) of Mexico lie low weeks in the Bnuifi Coi-niy TFLCGBAFII. a
South Dakota .... 4 t hitS City ; at t mtc from NEW MILLINERY !
Vermont..... ...... 4 DOCBTJTL. Jac-Ksoi.villc i.f o.i) !J(37( Sv). Tickets will weekly nr\v.-papfr :aIhiit'.I. I i.i .tti 1. eoui.ty ofBradtord.
l>om- in d ,r'.et l l tiy n tilt SMi
..... Ohio..S... 23
The Florida due
democrats Washington
l. are In All Our be on sale Nov mer! 21sl to 2od, with day October, A. D. 1'VJ. W. i'. \Vi-.r JM,
much praifo for the great work 124 tinnsit limit 15 di..s in each iliieclion.liifornintii'ii [[i. S.J] Clerk C'ucuit Court. .

done during the recent campaign. The twenty-seven voles for Weaver may DEPARTMENTSGive i will i I bi cheerfully 1 i given byaddiessi.g Ev N. WAIMIIOIIT.that. Dcpufy llle above Cleik.Iheifbvcirii.y is. a true copy Just Received from Hew York.

\ Especially have the state and con be regarded as s>t many ti'ken from Harrison A O. M.-tcDor.iifii. general of the orijjiaal! now ou lie in mv 1'Uioe.U" .
agent, .Jacksonville. 1'la.Absolutely \VsrKs..
and also as indicating strong oppo 1 Call. passenger .
;; gressional committees accomplished us a Clerk CirrsutCoiiit.Bv
silion to the republican policy in those six N \YAIMUOH. I). C.
much bard work and lastly the Finest Line of Hats Ribbons Laces Feathers and Tips ever
: ; states. Four years hence some or all of Best Calicoes made 6c ( 4th. 3'tU. ,
: Florida press comes in for its share them may be expected to range themselves -

of iriise.I with the democratic stales. yard. All new stylos. Xotico f r I'ublicntiou.; Brought to Stp.rK'c. Underskirts: Comforters. The

Should it prove that Ohio belongs the LAND Ornc-E a? i.tiN s>'iLi.e. TI.A., t V
(Vtobo.; 14 IX:)i. l fNO Nicest Line of Shawls h.ed Blankets Sateen
republicans, llMrnsona vote will be increased worth 10 and 12c ,
Ginghams only
The inhabitants of the town of I' E !Is heieliy gird tr e foltoniauluiitd -
to 147. which is 76 less I linn settler has l.lwl; n tn-e of I-N mien
z Temochico, in'Mexico, refused to enough to elect. But should the democrats 8(5 lion to make final provf in support of Ins claim.uud Comforters for the Next Two- Weeks

pay their taxes and the Mexican be found to carry Ohio, Cleveland will that s .i I proof Mil! b; ii:i'li! before S. F.
il.inf'i !. CVik of tl- c i.enit Ci.ii-t ft Gn-en
L <
government ordeied troops to the have 293 votes, or 70 more than enough Wool Alpacas, 10c. C'uvv Spi j:. FIt on 1) cemt>er 8, is 2, 'iz; 7.1is- i' f

FCene with instructions to collect to fleet. In any event the democrats hare S MMri Ii.wc. nf liixhiunl. I 1C Nn. 17315, AT SPECIAL PRICES *:"*
cause to be thoroughly satisfied with the All OUR DRESS GOODREDUCED : fvr the S % of N K M"ee -& T 4 S, R 2'J fi.lli 1i
the luxes or destroy the vtown. In a'p nanif- the following: itnss-s to prove hut ii *
the battle which ensued four result ; ;i <- > ti u')i's lesid'-nce upon uini cutnai! of /
over .tl J. siidiand.iz- B. l Win Wilkt-rso '
THE POPULAR VOTE. H. lIuito'n. : ,
Dess Braids and
hundred persons were killed. Prob !>i\e 1'at'K tt, FJislu: Padgett, &II of )Ii hlaud, Tn-Immmgs of All
Tin election furures show a plurality ol .
; Fla. ALES. LY.NCH.In Rgbter.
; ably the people of that vicinity will for Grover Cleveland of
the popular; vote Kinds to Matcla Gm
dnvt-lop a more patriotic sentiment over 600.000. This total is quite certain the County Judge's Court. Bradford County, ? -
Ktute cf Fliri.ta.i
? in tlx future and pay their just dues to lie increased by tie full returns. A -KOK THE- By the Judge ot sasl Court, Dress Goods.

cheerfully. tidal wave always grows as it advances Exercising probate jui jlict ion.
: more The Democratic candidates will have alaii Ji lie matter of the stijrjrestion of iusulvenoy ol -
\ Next 30 the e of Ilenrv F. York,deceased, filed by .
POLITICAL OPIXIOJ ; majority of all vote cast. Days : \V. Works, nit ml xiistiator of said estate.
The first I time I I that this has hiippenet \1TI1EHE\S. W. T. We. li. administrator off J. G. ALVAREZ
187B. -Mr. Cleveland's plurality of tle'-st4teofileury F. York,Inta of Bradford
;: Democrats rcully ought to feel.that they Place Pure.A county.State of 1'loriLta. ivtseil, has this
have had glory enough for one clnj1ml the popular volt in 1884 was: 62.633 In Pi1estlc'v' 811 Warp Henriettas I d;iy filed in my office a begr&.ti.ii ot the iusolvteiicv
ItfbS Mt was a.017. The increase this of said estate.
it Forms prol> Wc wow that they Jutr- even is kthle. 48 inch 1.23. cr-am of tartfr bakig powder. Highest of These ar- tlu rt fere to notify i>nd admonish
rtIiiI *
year all in leavening strongth.-Latet V. .S Govern FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILWAY.
secured the United States eenntc.-Tobacco all persons hi lUinp claim against said estate to
The Demociittic plurality or. congress meat food Report.
Plaul. tile the Mine in mvollKv. cluuutheiitica'td.!. on
men in IS'JO was over KIO.OIO.' Upon state All- Wool Henriettas, 48-inch, OOc. ROYAL HAK.INO POWDKR Co.. 10.5 Wall St, N. Y. or by the 29th day of Jani..rj, A. l>. 18.3, on Florida Trunk line.
orticers last year it, was over 600tKX which day tin ro will beaiiroratadistiibution I ol Tampa Short line

A. S. Mann has been trying n long time Both if those jeai-s .there was n light Fancy Suitings at reduced prices. WOHLD'S FA 11C ALBUMS editors this assets of bPion the S une.'in, to sail stite, among the And to all points Pt S auth, Millie and West Florida. pobile, Ne Orleans nd the Soutbes.IVI1CtL .- V
vote. This a full vote it reaches CCDflCCTIjfl5 tool points Norinwest and Northeast. .
year upon \\ hand and seal of court this the 231.liLiy
: for n fat-paying political job. Every lime the imposing total of vcr GUO.OOO. Elegant Trimmings to match. Given Away by the C. H. & !>., nir'd Jury, A. I>. H'.m.SKA _ !Zliue Card inIffect Nui. 1 1892. :
he has failed. The etui him set cvei lastingly theVo"rl l's Fair Jtoiitc" [ LI'M.. F.MAI piirns, -

upon his fondest hopes. If Jlanw : THE SENATE. A New Shipment ofInfants1 From incittiati.; Joy .9, 18R2! County Judge. -sor5rH- SOtTHERN Divrniox -xoRru---_ I-----wisr. WP.TZEN

'ilS mado'of' the light kind nf nialeml huould March 4, 1893 twenty-five scats in the A mairi'ificctit album of Worl(ls F: it No. 3 No. 7 No. S No. No.lONo. DiVISIOL -No. I No. 955Optl10L
S tie Vttluuhlc citizen for helms United States become The Notice.
\\ a senate vacant.
been I the C. II. .VI
Misses' Children'sLadies' nd views has publiibcd by .
the uliility but very poor judgment and control of these senatorial vacancies was* rPO Nancy Andrews \\ife of W. II. Andrews, Lv..Ferii.ndina..Ar 3U P13a 710p UOs 1.v..Jacksonvifle..Ar 83Op1OC71p1iaILv
)., which will be sei.t l ii any address on A and H. T. Whitehead. at d Ueboccn Ta.lor .....Callahan..r 2t ;aua 54o 7ta LV-----B.I.1iWifl. ....Lv 752p $5
principles. nt stake in the iccent prcbidtmtial election. receipt of 1C ecuis in y::iMijis Tin- Cincinnati wile of B. I Taj lor. and Lama L. Whitehead, of: 8Op 12Op1Ar_ _.Baldwn..Ly_ _ I 45p S U (4) 11 2ut a&t Ar..L.ake t'ity..Lv O26 558a >
and it is now evident tint the democratic I llair.ilion mid I iaytoi. ih eulilie 0- J'lMdford county, Stste of Floi id.x. and all otheis -- 2 41a' 9 4Vla Ar.. ...Live Oak..Lv 535p 4 SOs
has captured enough of the vunuicies .\vh- be inl.sie-ti.'d 84pl1 15 Lv.Jack'or.vii1e..Ai23)p 630a 21a'104a Ar.... Slacilson..Lv 43p Sits
: It tiNS nt bet been discovered where the party insure its in the tion with tin* Momm I H t..iiii.. is the oul\I Whereas> may Wm. TIFOII :and John B. Whit head, 9 pjl i9.i Lv .ihildwhui. ....Lv I 4.p ti4a 4iiOail 5a Ar.. Slonticello..Lt320p1350p

rcjiulilicjins get their power to levy a pn>- to supremacy senile CLOAKSJACKETS line running Pullman perfected safety ad mi istratois of the estate of Win It. White- i1O1p 1 hip Lv... .StarKe. .J..v 123.5pI t1s 1ta -Lp Ar..TalLthaszee ...Lv 14p 1050p
r tctive tnriff Tlit-y et it from the Kililc.13th regardless of most any possible combinations vcstibuled trains with dining cars from nead, deceased have made application to me 1224a1 l13TlL.' 18p Ar.ValdeLv t2Il1i 4)2i) 7l-'a 34ti Var.Quiocy......Lv1247p 855p
between the republicans and the order sell the Ollow described lands 223p r..Hauthornc..Lv113.'a 321a 900t .tilp kr..Riverjunction.Lv
for an to ing 12O'p 720p
Matt. 12th "For wh, Cincinnati to Chicago. "ThoViv.i" _ _
clmp. vt-n: situated in said coiu-ty of Bradford and State of I O'3a 251p .ir------.Citra------.L. IlOla. 241a V
Kver Jiittli. to him shall b<; givi-u. and hi ppuhista. -.vxn- trains of the C., II & I). ate admittedly Florida and belonging to the estate of said Win -.-- 3i' Ar..Silver .. ... ;) llCOlj Ar..Fensacola ....Lv GSOa 243p 1y
,. eli ii 11 luvti more Hliun lint'y; but xvlmsn- Assuming that Montana. California and I the "llnest on curt Ii." and I tin: line, is aivpresitilative U. Whitehead, JeceasM. for the purpose of distiibution 214i 314p Ar .. ..Ocala..Lv 101-ia 2JVl Ar...... 1eblIe..L ..... .

ever hath rot. from him thall lie taken Wyoming will semi democraclic senators 'tVoild's Fair i I H nti." amot-R the above named parties, who 45ia'330th' 44fl. Ar..Lacoochea.Ar..Vildwootl...... Lf.1.sSDla. 91t 14.----i--. 7a.i Ar..Neworleang..Lv ssOp .....
to Wi' < liiii<:toi a* indicated by the Associated are heirs at-Ianof snid decedant. and for tie 541p -- S.tOa .
tvi-ii hut which lie Inith.% And that's > the democrats For tickelK. rates. eJe.., addrc any t'.. II. pin po-e of paying the expenses of this adir.ii.itratton. -.- 548t r..Owsnshoro. ..T.v 7 9aI146 ..... .SlOp Ar..Jackson, Miss..L ...... -
jttM how it woiks, too.-OcaU lianncr.r Press dispatches at &; D. agent. To gel our album scud your to-wit: Tho uoriLuist quarter of tht 51&t ii.p; r.. ..DadeCity ....L'r 7l.i lOktpj.... .. 5VOVI .r..Cairo. ...Lv 145p.. .
S the beginning ot Iho Fifty-third congresswould" :1(1(1 icS, with I 10 cuils in stamp Io K. () s><>uth iPii quarter of section thirty-flve (3.)) 630a 71) Ar..S.FIant City..iv aoa:: ......... Ar..St. b-uui..Lv ......
: have 115 many senators as the republicans tsWiSiiIl) f4;ur, south of range tw Mt Coi tnick. G. P..fc T. Citici
YL Thw1 Hfw York WoiMttimiles and the combined and iigcnt, i the southeast quarter of the vmliitMxiquarter o* -; :
populists Don't fail! to see this lot. null Ola >. section twenty-live (..0. tow.ish-'p foinsouth. --i: ; Lv V. ildwooj Ar 9 01a li3p r11OuRb1 1LLt.-'ILOTICKLLO RouTs.51Xia *
'S of prolecti-d iiiuiufucturcrs; thus would be able to organize the senate ransje twenty-one east; end the southwest quarter 514' Ar-----Leesburg------Ar *34h tOODIy, Daili
:' in PeuiifeylvAulA to the r *|iut>licjn fund hy the casting vole of Vice-President-elect: of the southwest qu liter of s-ectio' thirty :; pAr..TeVires.. .. Ar '114i 910p--; -

for te-eleclinff Mr Harrison at $2.000,000- Stevenson. It ;s reasonably cerium that IT IS A DUTY yon om yonrielf And fara. C'l ). t'-wnship four, s >uth of ranze twenty-two SLOt 63pAr..Apopka ...Ar Zta 7(0.' ..... .... !: .......... $SOp 'i
I IT to get the best value for your money e.-'t; and tie vest lulf t>f the southeast quarter ooa: 71OpAr. ..Or1and ----- Ar 7t10a 51pi tl13a iv.. ..... City ......Aj63)
Now. if the favorites win gtt the In-ndi! the democrats can rely on the support of Prices Are Bight Economize in your footwear by purchasing of tlij ipiaiter of section thirty-four .... l'a'k..Lv .. 23p oro. LiveOak.... .j540p
Inrift taxation rn one tlatu can afford some of the populist senators in any of be.W.. li.value DonelaB far (shoe, which represent the tiVfli4iIljI four south of IYUVO twt-n'y one ea-t. ... ... 3Vp1l u t MontIeelo ....... ..Ar 320p '
to JMV Midi n princely sum to keep the their projects whether for the removnl of vflI; teiitlfy._ prices asked am thousands Tiu-sc aie. the rt fore. to not it v* at. 1 admonish all -. 1 13; 1. ------ Thnmasville..... Ar Ip
iiiteif-tcjl to como fuiwircl and show 2C01) .. ...Oviedo..Lv..1. .... 9rQ I. .......... 645a233p
itpublican iu ho\\ the force of MO SUBSTITUTE. perscns -------- -
jmriy much republican
power. present ernploye.or *. ... ..
causeif any (icy have, oj theSiHh d.-y of November. .. ..... .. 842a '
mua might the tux-pnyerfi alTord to spend the revision of the tar ill.Of IDOJLST'TFAIL ffiIIfi1l.ltitjll. A. D. lav office in the town olSixrke I 3.3 p .'t- ------ .... ...... 11 20: ............ .......... 857p.
S to tt-curc republican defeat? Two million twenty-Eve senatorial seats vacant : iu slid cr-unty of Bradfird, at 14' olclock I 62p.U-.CedarKeys ...L 7Zi0-J..... ,124ii. Lv------------jtifyiIl .........;Ar SOSp
do lars I U un immense fcum. 1ml it iu a on March I. Ib93. the democrats will : .. a m., or said order ot sale yiill. be granted; pro- LE.fuv.. rcur daily,except 3:40 p m 4 2p .......... ......... 11 2a
.i.. \ided this notice be published in the Bradford for V1liston, Early Bird arid 1ngte Mtne't leve.
ry compared with the whole Amount of name the occupmlt-of thirteen the republicans TO SEE THIS ELEGANT LINE.IS -1ia'l.i.;; 4 Coui.ty TELhOKAlir, a weekly neW"p..p pub- bugle .huuu' (hiui.y exeept untiLat 4.3.;a. Plman seepera Cincinnati Ohio,and Tampa.
: the levy which protective duties filch from of nine. I he populists of three one h-hod in the town of Starke, in said county of 'jand Jacksouvili ant Tampa ?ultman care
the earnings of labor. S bfinsr Senator Stewart, of Nevada..who Biadford at least four consecutive weeks preiois Park and ew Orleans. 1. 2, 9 and 1G. '

f time \ to said date. excet Sunday. at tlures shown. Leavc&I _
Into iVppi'd ran republican .
and seal of said court at V V
S Witness my hand (lclegjo ulo daily, at $:i0 a. in.; Whiter Park at'FI'RNaIAINA tND CIJMBERLAND ROUTE.
the silver The democrats lose no Starke Fla. this 27th of ctober, A. D. l&rj.Wa. .
parly. day 8:37 a. in.. arriving Orlatido at 9:00: a.. in : h.avea7 V
People who came down town in Pensu. seat (hey now hold and gnin five from the SHAWLS ; S : F. MALPBCRS. Orlando daily at 5:0(1: p.Tn., arriving l inter Farkt_ sS61

cola curly ihs morning after AH Halloween rt.ltI bhican s. "c each in ('ahiforn in. Mon 4.. i. ((SEAL) County JudgevCommissioiicr's atS.23p.m.Oviedo, I; 40i 93.% Lv..Jacksouville..Ar V Slop 8EOsTT >2

.5 WIT: shucked In sec n now made tana. New Y uitk. Wisconsin and Wyoming. \Vu have anything and nt prices to Sale.J : 40)p'Lv.Ocatasso' oAr10Otht 53&lp: 1JaM..Fernandina..Lvt ISOp 73l

(Clave on the pitvement just north of the The puptilNls; gain senators fnni, 9 0U.i 5 OipjAr..flunnelion ..L 1$5a 4 t5p4 Trains the Feruandina
.;r Hlount & Watson building. It was wellfixwl the icpjihlicatis in Kansas and Nebraska, suit the times.IN J>Y virtue of an order made by the lion Win 1iUOV 5Op Ar. ..Hernand', ... Lv 5ii 43'p in and Cuznberland
; wilii marble I ) F. Malpl'Urs, couiktj Judge in and for Bradford 10 3): ( lOp1AzInveme's ..Lv 7 Wa 2 0'p route leavc Jscksouville and Fernandina daily
IcvtdMone. besidesSeiialor Stewart In Nevada, who %.. 5S .
If fjdc picKS, and even a vaso for flowrrs. will succeed himself 'S 1'PJ apjiuinlii inc the -ersizneU cor in ssiotier -
I !
p but there wer no flowers tiiete* Soim- doubt still surrounds the complexion KNIT GOODS .' : to wl! tn-foil vig estate situated i5vpLv.Lacoochee! (oiir ) Dugenness, Cumberlhd Island, Jekyl isLumt
4' ,. Upon the headctoiu, : was iusciiltcil. "Here $S. S ill ti.c.ti! ty Bradford and State of Florida 8 lta 9 lOp'Ar.Tarpon' Springs. Ar 7 2i 8 hip and Brunswick, fni-rning the Cuinberland route, -
of the ItgUIaturcs in California.MunUtia .5'S.. elonjrmpr 11 th<. estate of C 11. Hall,decease!, S 2-ia 11 25pArS... Sutherland..r 7 G'ht 737p aII1 making connections tot- Macon, .tlanta,
lIes ila
death nr
- ; this ImjiMvised grave bid been Mimptilionsly republican statesA.I1 of the states named i designs at pnjmlir |>, ices. sixtoi'tl1ot tun, e twet tj'-two cast coutainiiif r.os and S datjy; .3 and 4 daily,excert SUVdIIY., iiakts Cumbi-rland i-onto ClOfltrtIOfl Leave. V
forty ucien more or less. Now by virtueof sai i Fernan4'ltnn 5 p m,arrives Sacksonville S IS p in.
0. and
? B. S. S
borrowed Ihu 011 0. & 0.
during night from us t1iiblfitl are at present represented by 'WI. L1 OUCLAS vrtlei-1 Will st-11 the aft i t-said real estate at public ..ufl ay. daily. except Pulinau; eepingcars Brunswick to
S B. A. Davis' mar le yarti-Peiisachi republican! senators, so that all of them IN LADIES' AND GEITS'ILANDIERCIIIEFS outi-.iy in frort of the court I.ouscdoor in tlii- iAtLtntnCInCjnittj and Nashyjilo. _
town of S'arke. in the said county of Bradford,
must be retained for the republicans to 853 SHOE i&HiLuKibraf bettve'Ib the legal hours of sale on the JACKSONV1LLE-NjSHVjjJj (via. Lice (htv, Macon and Atlanta )

remain as siiong two years hence as now. THE BEST SHOE W THE WORLD FOR THE MONET. \\r irst Monday in October. A. D 1302. :2.N. : ; '
of course, that the whirligig! of I A gennlno sewed shoe, thai wilt I he be in? the 31 1 day of said mouth and a .
t One of the amusing features of the camf providing rot ripflno O0a Ct0p ....... .................. .....
in calf, seamless smooth inside, flexible more com l-zil gale! d iv. Said re U estate sold for payment ........... ......Arrl'e 40a 830p
pigI wns a circular issued by llev. Jne- poliiics does tnt bring about a change fortable stylish and durable than any otfic-rshoe ever ot'debts. Terms cash, purchaser paying 'for 00u'a S25pLeave........ ................ Lakecity............................A-1.e 555a 625p
; hon (iMiluretH of Delawate. to the negro heir favor that will knoik to pieces all We have souicthii'g attractive in gold at the price. Eqnnls custom made shoes costing t.tle. Ik B. KHODEH.S"pt. 41'ip 420. .................. ....... .. .................... ... lOlSp lASOa
of 'htttsUi'e. which constituted I WO- onlinary political calculations. trorn$4to5CA and % flan-'ewoci,fnecntfshoes.. Tb..Q i, 1q92. Commissioner.Tht 820i I1a Leave ......................... ...tlanta .............................Ai--lo 6ap 55
voters I 22 2 Lcav ... ................ .
S. ....
Linen and Silk.IX above sile is postponed until the Urst O'p ... ..............
most end I I 56a
stylibh durable shoes
is table the easy sold OOp
:- fifths of the irpubliciiu paityof Delaware. Following n giving political S a 'UO. Arrive........ ....................
at the price. They equal line imported shoes coating Monday iu I'ox-embcr. the same being the Sev- NftShyiMt ........ .. ..............
It read as follow*: C'lmpusition of the senate in Ihe next congress from$8 to$12. ruth day of saiJ mont.'i. L B. UllODKS.Commissioner.. Dii y through Pullman sieep.-r Ja'lisonvihle to N 5NO
Alabama democrats 3 Arkan&i-i. j I E-On and
"Negro, look tO your own interests. ; > after Xov.20th, ice! expect to have n
: SCARFS others who want a good heavy calf,three Jhrcvgh Car also on our wonting train
The ohove sale is until the first Mnn-
democrats 2 California democrats 1 republicans postponed out of JcksoviUe,so that our putrons front
; Tin Republican National Committee b 13 ; soled extension edgo shoe easy to TvalJt In,and will the South will hate
tIny in Doceiuber, the beins the fifth of
i keep the feet anil day
sent forty thousand dollars each to Kent 1; Co'.ofudo republicans 2; Couneclicul. 9 SO Fine dry Calf warm.t &2.'>5 and 89.00 Work.S said uiuiuh. 1... K. Kucpts. I DOUSLK DAILY CONNECTION WITrt ATLANTA WITHOUT CHANGE-

; nnd IIP.eZ counties. This is to be divided republicans 2; Delaware democrats Four-in-1 Iain! :nnd Windsor Tie, \vc JJfc lumen's Shoes via give more wear for the Commissioner.Notne. Ticket OfTioe. < W. flay Se.. corner Hoean. 15epot foot of Ho.'-an St. Jacksonville.
S 1. republicans 1 Florida democrats money than any other make. They are made for ser- N. S. PF IXlSiiT N. Tnffie Mauager.. A. n_ VtolU 425
up. Why should not our race shire : vice. The Increasing sales show that worUnemen ELL,Grit. Faa...1gt.VS. .
11} i jini N'republican nnd always expect 2; Geiirgin. democrats 2; Idaho, republicans can show the finest assortment this hare found this out. ; ,
.OO ana Yontbs SI.73 School -tiii;
So lie. but we should not rote! like slaves 2; Illinois democrats I, republicans: side of Bali if ore at prices was down DrtUO2 f *J5L Shoes aro worn by the boys everywbere. Sis m"n'hs nfu-r: ,ihtu' I will !present my. <> SOUTIIEBi! MIDIuIOthDIIAILROftD.
: JIolcl t ul for $33 before you vole, sml yr u 1; Indiana democrats 2; Iowa republicans The most servloeablesboeaeold at the prlcea. cou.itsand \r.ncheri to t-e Jl-ni Wirt. l'\ Mat 4uwanc
nnloef 93.0& HRnd-ewe. $2.50, jhu"count\ jut<> in ttaU lo- tut county of
'S.- will get It. This will enable you To buyS 2; Kansas. uopulUts 2; Kentucky, below Z MO.DON'T. j L lwO S3.OO and 91.75 Shoes for Brodloid and stat of FioriJa, as administrator $ River RutE to
warm clothes for yourself aud family during democrats 2!; Louisiana, democrats 2; 1 desired.MUaeiaremadaof TheysreVeryityUab.coonforablesnddura.the best Dongola or fine Calf,aa of the estate of Joint W. Uu-hii'll. dece---Si-d fur Florida.

the winter months." Alaiue. rtrpoblicanb 2; Slaryland. demo- ble. TbetaMihoaeqnabcustaminadeshoescosting final anJ ti-k for a final discharge Time Table In F.lTevt Nov. 1, 1892.ftead .

This pxrMiu meant basinets.jmd did nut t-rals 2; ilat-si chuselts. repuijlicans 2; FORGET framftOOiot&OO.their footwear are finding Ladies tola who out.w1a toeconomjze in- from sad atziinstrauon% A. W. BIOOLE, down S Readup '

prcpoec io vote his riicc for Lulling whileS Michigin. republicans 2; Minnesota, ic Canttoa.-W.L.Donglas'nama and the price la May IT.lt9J 6iu Adnduivtrator,
2 democrats 2 tamped on the bottom of each shoe; look-tor It P
publicans Mississippi
the white voter scooped in all tl.e boodle. ; ; when yon boy. Bewar ofdealenatt npUnEto8nb> :;:J
Missouri, democrats 2; Montana.demo tltnte other makes for them. Such abBUtuOona Notice to Debtors) and Creditors .0.13 ( Ie.tve :::::

Jacksonville Mororvilis. crats 1. republicans 1 : Nebraska. lepubii. Thatvo frandnlant subject to prosecution by law for ob I. Stua SizpLeave..41p .._ ...... .. .. ......... ........................... $ np T1s
tinirmoney under false pretence i* hw-by eiven that all persons in .l.akeCiy-............. ....... SSSs. .
Tobacco Did It cans 1. pupiil'iot 1 ; Nevada republicans I W.L. vwitrW v.Atf, Drockto ,, mT*.., SoLibTJ. deceased NOTICE. late to the of estate ot Chariest! Bailey, 1ul5a 12-14p 1O.pLeave. ...................................V...... .Valuto. ....-.. .........V... ...... Arthe 65p 4fln *45a
Brad'ord .
pcpuliMs 1; New Hampshire republicans tawtey. cou'.ty.Flonda 2iJp I ....... ........... .. ... ----- ------- ... .Arrive 2313k V
A" no ioslaoce of what the tobacco 2; New Jersey, democrats 2; NewT WILL SELL YOU GOODS W.Xotiee ) I)U I :S. without,"delay ill pay, and the all sanitto iheuudersicnetl having claims 4401) .......... .. .. .......... ...,. ................. ..... reivr I ti iz
j Ind'iMry is doing for the farmers of Leon < rk. deiiKwrnt' 2; North Carolina democrats -- I against said estate must persons present them, duly _sl'p_ l 4SalArnve.................... ..................... .. 1920a i a 1006p '

1 -county, wo die tie following: ATttllabr.ssce t; North Dnkola. republicans 2; for!heat ioi.1&si : autbe..titatd.hkin two years, or this notice Sleepingears on night trains between Palatka and
Ohio. democrats I, republicans i : will he plead ia bar of their recovery. for all points weu,North and Northwest. Also UaUt&
J.v ; thai C'rncz AT Guy sILLS.. FLA., with "Vh.j Limjt4"
liard- I aU4
5' mercbact supplied itn honest Cheaper MRS E. S. lUtLET. New York, and all sleeping Iine to V.shjugWn
reputhica as 2: Peunsy I Yamna. Fepillil citn* Nfvenibrr ISth. IJWJ. i Oct. Uih.-2.-nos: Executrix, ear Virginia,the Caroijna and the East V '
working cotton planter for fouiUt-n years. .I 2 ltliuai lijiuti. republicns 3 Suth* I JTOTICE Is- hirphy circa ti at the foihowiogI I I For Pullman Buffet Jsleepinff Cars between Jactsonville and Nashrill* ..t
; _' tutuuM sertlpr has filed notice t>t hi* intc.i information rexardiu rates schedules,etc., apply to '
S Nuts single year in the fourteen MAS tiie i Carolina, dtta-icrats 2; South Dakota re.I j tion to Giat final proof iu supjwirt of his eaia. Bradford Lodge, No 42, F. & AM JNO. W.GANSVTrav. .tgt.. ,-
I;' farmer nble to square.bis account at Ihe < )>ublicnns 2; Tenn *see, denincrnls ,2; The Cheapest 1 and ll.atai.1 poof will b. macfo before Clerk of a Meet Thursday nUh- before the third 'ZTWest Bay t.Jacksoniaile: Ha. IL C. KN9X.Cia. Art-

; close of the season, but tne mercliHt.t con- Texas, democrats 2; Vermont, republicans the Circuit Com at Green Cove Sfirins FU,en "V F Sunday Jn each m nth A. c. KNAPP, Trallic Manager, Macon, Georgia
Jantnrv 10th. 1891. viz t John Hat!, or Athens, I 31G Wat. F. )
2 ? IiLPHVRS, W.M.
tinu xl lo "cany" iiini. hoping that his 2 iigiula democrats ; Washington,
4I, < ; 11 : for -
S1 Ll.Hl tS.sof s W x anti ** fHe i\/\ J. E. WAISBIOHT. 8ec. -
friend would come nut all ri ht some time. republicnna S;" West Virginia democrats ??, \ I. L. STEWAIIT 31. 1;. &S

t&iaycar) lie farmer put in a crop of 2; Wisconsin, democrats 2; Wyoming, Satisfaction Guaranteed. tamed. the followiu witr.t-Soes to prove h's i iccntiuuoas .- I. O. O. F.-Regular I Kii'Ors Tabulcs euro liver trouliles. '-.
S sold bis tobacco the Totals democrat resilience upon| ant l cultivation of -' meeting every Tuesday R'paris 'L
lubiiccu. He K republicans Tahtiles
got democrats J assis digt1t
: said land, vjz:. O. B. Fouls. A. B. Tovnsena, C 1 night in their ball. Transient Office tr;:.VtStarke )
a'a c KU. rniiil Ihe merchant In full bvti mo'ityi 44 republican*40, popuiisU 4. M.Priest,Joseph Holder, all of Athens, Fin.I. I L brothers cordially BiIaisVvrb rare consti'iatKifans
i i liis i(eket. ntui llict IK rot i. bappitrntau Nov 13 :.. ALEX. LTSCH; Register.itipansTahulesareofgreatyalue. Invited. J. UOLOW,

'S ibaa Lv in Ute county T 11aka0Sa eELREE'S WIKE OF CROW! for We&Nerrts. I Ti\UBY STEpORG & CO- S.' N.O. Deity V Company Tabwlcs curedsspesi..
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If your dad's worth'lots of leoplc.began. to talk about the new railroad : ; -GFTQUR------ -
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THE NEXT .40 D !! -Billy Buck. to High Springs, via Sampson 'City a.- .';. ,:

I. ,A. fair. Tuesday night. and there has been spark of hope, which ,'to,-
tl. -- bus at times almost died out. tmllhe road! .'

(t; t many strangers are now would soon IKJ completed and give us an- '

M11Iiery on our streets. other outlet and better inilroad::! facilities. '.

1 jIVai1IUab2'ie: : .- \ \ of Lake Duller, waits There and is always"ur'reward a reward has for come him at last who iload Pllrtlier !

l on Tuesday. for work has actually begun on' the right- S ..", r -
of-way and road bed. Contracts are let

colors, .lOc yd. have cause to rejoice for the ties.! hue hauling, the cutting of. t

"_-sj936-inch Victoria Sateens, fast colors 8c yd. democratic victory. the right-of-way, who has and charge some of grading.the work.Air.Tompsetl. is '
.5 ? ,Hamilton- Wool' Cashmeres 3-4 wide lOc yd. a hustler. lie has had many years experience ,
.J any shape, style, or nt railroad buildii.g and knows N J JONES. I -1T IS- .

: : .Fancy Serges, 38'inches.wide, 15c. the fair next Tuesday just how lo make the most at every turn. ,"..*-, ,

j J .tr- 1-2 Wool Chevrons, 3-4 wide, 15c. There i is no estimating the value of this '), .
values have
road to Stark Property
: If All-Wool Changeable Chevrons, 38'inches wide, 35c. is becoming very heavy. already increased and our merchants arc

f J i :' Beautiful i All-Woof Plaids for,children's dresses,. 20, going south is loaded laying in a big stock of goods, expecting a 25 Years Behind the Counter. THE BEST MADE.
!\ large trade from the hands I\ocllhose connected -
<:: 40c. with the railroad. Sampson City .
: L 8.inch Wool Cashmere and Henrietta, 25-35 and L. I. A. barrels have all will be a very important business point ,'.*.

'll-Wool 40-inch Tricos> 50c. to posts and are stand but real' the benefit city "of than Starke all the will balance derive of more the Starke .

j: Q-inch All-Wool Brocaded Henrietta, 75c. good shape. county together. Shoes, Clothing, Ladies' Hats, Drug Company.

') 0-inch AII-Wo ll,Satin Striped Bedford Cord, 75c.10inch .. Dillaberry, from Middle- JJSS*WIKE OF CARDUI, a Tonic for Women. .

}I & AlfcWool l Henriettas ,in colors, 60c. a few days: in town this Commissioners' Proceedings.The Trimmed and Untrimmed,

75c. his'many friends. county commissioners of Bradford STERNBURG & CO.
42-inch All-1J'ooiHenriettas, .
50-inch All- ool Henriettas, $1 !had a night bloom. county met at the court house in regular Thomson Glove-Fitting Corsets. ,

in bloom last week. It session November 7. Members present. .
( h MkWarp Henri ttas, $1.35. beautiful and a rare sight J. R. Williams, O.V.. Clyatt. J. B. DRY GOODS! S

A11mWOOZ l Creponnes ,40inch 90c. and W. W. Tumblin. Chairman
U Crews :

: Changeable Slimes, 40-inch, $1.25 deal of cotton is now Tixld being absent on motion, J. R. Williams ]- Wholesale and Retail Dealers in.
Flannels 75e. was chosen chairman piotem The "
52.inch All-W1>ol Assabet into market and the Ftreets

: Gros Grain, Faille. Surrah and China Silks, from busy appearance every boatd business was called taken to up order and disposed and the following ot: General Merchandise

S $1.25. _ _ The bonds of the county officers-elect N. J. Jones' ,
;i Beautiful Changeable Faffettas. $1 and $1.2o.t work j is-being let on the were presented nnd approved by the big

i and before long we board. W. F. Malphurs. county judge STARKE: : IF3LOIRIP.AAny .
: ALSO : shipping ol'auses'ia Samp. amount of hon $2.500; W. T. Weeks stock is in consist- : Articles in Silk and Metal. clerk circuit court $2.500; E. E. Johns '
., Plashes, Felts and.Fancy StaplendFancy
shl'rift'1.000 T. J. Dekle. county su- -
Cashmere better.than'C lina Silk, JOe yard. of; sch:>ols. $1 BOO M. M G rOC erie .
of peiintemlent ;
} party young people ing of everythingthat conceivable artic]".
Standard Brandt Ginghams. 80. a straw ride"to Mr. Silas Hale collector of revenue, $17.000: S. B.
Gmgfoms, 7c. Denmark, county treasurer, $17,000; J. E.
Light-weight khd of Provender
A full line of Print*and I Domestics at the lowest prices. to a sugar boiling"* on Wainright. assessor of taxes f 1.000; Rob his customers Feed Hay .
night. Keith, of the 6th district,
justice peace
S. Best line of Towel/ind Table Linens ever offered here. $.')00V.. J. 'Alderman justice '.>f the for Live Siock. ...) .

Ladies' Cloaks and Wraps, and Boys' Clothing. brought two bales of peace for 3d district; $500; T. II. Milton Lo.rg 8t
Best and cheapest linn of Ladies' Undervesls in the city. town this week that he 2d district. $500; M. II. Markey, county want. Useless to Dry Goods Millinery

The largest line of HosiEry in all the Standard brands'and fast saving for two years for surveyor 1000. inSt ; .
S Petition of J P. Bennett et al.] praying
ever exhibited here. % that Josiah Ponds be placed on the invalid tell what 'all And Furnishing Goods all styles sizes and prices
A beautiful line of Coreets,'.,'iz: The celebrated Watch Spring will be pension roll was read and he was ordered 01 th
: FoyV, and French Woveiinil: Dr. Warner's Health, also several a thanks-offering paid one dollar per month. lng Call and satisfy yourself.
the M. E. church at Law- On motion M. F. Moore was appointed
f Corsets. /f| he sells all
i; cheap ; be for Sunday, to which the pub inspector of marks nud brunts of beef -you For Farmers. Builders Phosphate Miners and
The most beautiful Sl.l&can seen a limited period. .
$ invited. slaughtiix-d: and sold at New' River aud Hardware
Great reduction II) priceof .Mei'sj1ats.! A large assortment the clerk was instructed to i issue a commission know. When this also Stoves Ranges. Cooking Utensils, etc.:

j 4. dren's Hats and Caps. ||. Sutton, of Hampton, to him as such inspector.A .
To suit taste and any pocket. Also; all
: from F. Hicks tony
'Ve invite you to, call.\Can. show you more than we can hog this week that weighed et al.petition. citizens was of preented Hamptoji, praying the :Furniture
4 net, from which he made cmintv conimissu.ncis not to discontinue enterprising mer- kinds of other House Furnishing Goot l.

: of good lard. that part of the public road leading) Irom ..
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: T. A'iKNIGHT -- -- Starke to Waldo from the oljl Santa'ee
i bridge on the street I school house lo the lord of the creek. chant justly says

Walnut the Presbyterian church i is foulh of :M. M. Bliinton's! place., On moion. BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES.
Cor. Call and JStrwts, !
t i ... bad condition and should I Ihe petition was granted and the ,
, > --- I without delay. road ordered continued as public road his is the -
nud be Frank Hicks and Ovid

(BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRH... prices You fi can i oni buy M. R.notions P. Sin abangh and ;Miss con laynes nty.kept without lip any expense to the DRUG STORE1 U.D. MINER

caver, of Poug'ikeepsie'; ar- Sixty-seven warrants, amounting to LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE
,7 See our line of dress tl" Starke last Sunday with] $617.04'were issued.

'Starke, Fla.'. Nov. 18, 189Lo '!..:. Tin by, Slernburg Mrs., Sanders, and will re
Try CK-9i! AUGHT!. tea for Dyspepsia. I
winter. In this Watchmaker and

affairs.." \Y alter Wills keeps the : Highland.

dy l in town. : had a persimmon last The election passed oil 'quietly here. I
Why buy inferior flour when you weighed a pound and a place he backs up .
wilh almost a unanimous vote Clcve- ,
M. R. Liddon
Home atthe safie is penin and that
t can get tS't\'e..t : a pomegranate I Jeweler.
land nod Cooper. Anvils were fired and -
at Ileiberger & Richard. IB goods!: next door to Dr. : two pounds. Mrs: Strong
store. the first u geneiftl rejoicing had over [lie elc liol1 his assertion with
I Our line of ladies' black silk t1I b shipped pears of returns.

I, Lrellas cannot be surpassed. $ j A handsome prize with line.'S: All arc jubilant over this delightful Stare P1a

.l' Truby, Sternburg & Co. f t pound of coffee Walter \V Geo. V. Ott, :Mrs. Sayles, weather. Nearly; all farm. crops are re- several good and aj: ,. GASKINS,

SAil kinds of done \ )' Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. narkftbly good.L. DKALKR IK
t. {
' hauling urom ? Pre..cottT at .
55 Jnn E. Hicks has nearly completed maKnz -
ly at J. W. Alvarez & Co.' statblks;. Wjll- clean nee Wednesday :\ and :Miss Katie Hill, all his forty to fifty barrels syrup. He substantial rea- Drugs & Medicines Largest Assortment of -

.. urday( of each week. : werein the city this >as iL-C'-ntly put in u fine corn mill. which S
k j Send your! Jacksonville cousigV; the goods displayed hue proposes to run for the :benefit of the Starke, Flat Watches Clocks and

1 mentH to ihe,,. T6fida TftA c V J:Juy your fancy work for ... ng merchants. pubiic every Saturday. sons. Physicians' Prescriptions

_' .ii4 Consom/'rs,.'.. Exchange., ... tf' fruttat the ladies' fair Tuesday W. K. Bennett is said to have the tiiieststrawberry '. V ire fully Qompounded at ,.lLou r-Fat; ,)1nzg.'t f
? in Bradford count
Jfi a sh-ft.\ Thimig, of Brooklyn, plants Jewelry
u tried \\'eetIlome flourThesaeSaVe ? "* ; ontIie lIe also will make from twenty to thiriy
jttwiness! is tnCJ'e : accent of the Anh'eu- First of all, he has served -
barrels of '
increasing every day. ainr merchants are lookm Busch: Brewing Association syrup.
St R. G. W. Young
The best trade utes it. For Bale' by \ Our popular young '
; ..Ileiberger & ltichard. h pp and his friend, Mr. 7ook. .Tr.. is taking a much nead! ,'d va Zl- behind the dry goods counter Special attention given to the repairing

fr C. Leroux, are stopping at lion in Philadelphia. of Clocks ,and Watches.
School books and stationery-new; I USopbia 1\1. Cormi rill home of lrs.Valters Mr. Tripp who is temporarily stopping GENERAL BLACKSMITHS
Good work done reasonable
,; "stock-at Morgan Uro's. las-j! day in Gainesville lake. I in Di'iismore. made. his family here a short for, 25 years, and is conceded at rates.

5, Auk I C Webb for'card?, Pencils, : freiisnd IJI!....., relatives. visit last public Sunday.The schools arc now in qui e u \ FOR SALE .

'etc., of the Florida Producer and i P.T';10i excitement Las I"E'd C. Stebbins, represent prosper condition. to be -he keenest buyer that
Consumers Exchange._ tf I su1tsi &:&nt Love & Co., of Chicago, Wm. Hastings, for some years a resIdent WOODWORKER< The following described 'property I Ickruled
( the '
: people merchants, was i in the here has sold his place to Chicago: wiihin (he corpoiato limits of the
ilob kinds the
printing office.of all at gettingdown,,";; .... to business. Thursday shaking hands parties who. il is said, will soon put up goes to the market. Is located nt the old tinshop. where he town of Starke is offered for sale .,_, .. .
TKLKGBAPII nil kind of
: make repair
new buildings. IS : or ..
For" various Laud .
{ Mr. Two Acres of
rIJ" vements- growers. wood-work. lie will inuRe
Winter itors to arrive. run. tin or
N. J. Jones has 800 Crosby ccinetery v are beginning
1:. A is representing one of the Second. His long experiencein coffeepot well fenced which fan good weir
for sale. tMYuiesday: night. Among the morb receni is Miss S. J. you a wag n or repair your ; upon
t i Ipts .!. body i*.interested,.. \ in a city in Chicago! and i is one Butt, of S.lratc.gcountv.. New York. whois make you 11 plow or repair your baggy: pointed and plastered two-story dwelling
Write to the P. & C. Exchange, by the local fruit exchange. stopping with Mr. and Mrs. Knox. the business gives him a shoe your horse or sell ,yon a Chicago nn excellent well of water bricked from

Jacksonville, for. market prices before .Mr. ;,-ji n:. K. \ him ef! is exceedingly The Highland pn&tolticu was made a \ermotor. tlietlay.good stable and outbuildings
arrived fof onfer office October 1. Now .Mr': Farmer it will pay you to
tf money
|&winter and
you iiipelsewhere._ located i and our people are glad to .Miss Com. Boon is. visiting friend*.in superior knowledge of what the unit out all,about this windmill lie} it can The following is a list o( be Trees grow
i We'make returns on day of pale. handsome among them again. Mjddleburg.Mr.{ be used for any purpose :hnt wnler power ing upon the p'ace' : -

FL P. & Q. Exchange, Jacksonville. south of i 1 Bosiick is fitting ground for a large can be pelt to. When you are in town 90( Plum: Trees! :13 varieties; 2d yrar -
of the citizens! of Starke and learn all about it. It does not
of OCCASIONAL. trade needs and where and cull
tfONE'lfILLlON Mr.\ M.I3hns and \ Thursday afternoon at crop carlypeas.-_.- .- ; take a wagon load of money: to purchase bearing; UJ1' lttntltM 5,2 varietIes Ap-.
.: \' BOXES of oranges Smith hav: :jgungi j 'on a two of interest concern McElree's WIrs5.CF" !: CARpUl for female disease. one, but It is worth a big pucka full!! to isles, 6 trees (3 Standard) 3 on Pear roots;.

;J. wanted by Burton K. Uarrs, hunting trtptothe. ; 's we".fare": the town At the. Institute.- how to get it at ROCK BOTTOM -you. to Orange: Trees. varieties;77 Pear,

Jacksonville..Peaches swamP and several commit The people of Starke and vicinity are CEO W. YOUNG,. L varieties: Apricot '.7; Persimmon.

grapes, berries vegetables There i ito is Preliminary steps cordially invited to be present at the Institute PRICES. Starke P1w. 77; choicest varieties, ; Peach' 80'vlargekIccted : .
fl.iOtte ; .
;'etc.and oranges in season. .. spend a,: place n towards the organization on Friday: eve, Novemcr 25lh: when I varieties; Quince:2. Cliinesw.. .

S .1.( RL&X'KxM; .Jacksonville.Tlie Good hoArd 'ei1i'bO F1nt: \obtained than : of trade and another the class in English literature will deliver : Third. He carries the nicest COMER L PEEKATTORNEV'tTLtW and NOT A It* ',All the aboveTrees. .treJo bearing most.

TKLEGHAPH will be sent to was called for next Thurs jhem in their second jeat> ,
weck.j;:.q I their essays tor the firal 1 term of school. and S
per f
;j. This be be .
addrejta for $1 which time place-must seen to appreciated. -
a a "
year. permanent No :admission fee. .
line Dress Silks Velvets Fire Insurance.Represents .
Chew Tooth of Goods, For further information apply to '
Pie will he effected.
No: trouble the ,
to get your money ; J.-Hvr. */ Following arc essayists with.lheir LIVERPOOL LONDON&OLOBE
; 4 when,you deal with the P. & C. Ex- sale byMr. N. J. J respective: theme*: PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON, GREENWICH .#. I 1)ReA.. L. SCOTT. '
"-- 11 nini j Jail Delivery. Miss Dunk Riclmnl-Greece mid the and plushes for this mar SECURITY and HARTFORD Fire Insufanc
chang '''-\, tt and Mrs.Bni' | : during Wednesday niglut tin* Grwks. county'ompanles.for sale.Choice. lots of Land in town and _._Starte, Fla.

: Fine horses and carriages: at J W kota, have arrivea t; : | of prisoners in the county Miss Vlrgie Richard-Early Civilizationof ket the trade STARKE -. FLORIDA. Frazee & Hall:
Human Race.MUs .
Alvarez &;Coc their household g *; *' '' escape. They evidently )had the jnelOtf!

.1 W Ito'd 1if'h'; ; a large' stock. .of .to make Lawtey !trgQ\urf with a Rtrnns crmvlmr; wilh Fied Euriee:Scott:; : -The Alvarez South.Robeil Past E., Present Lee. TATE POWEll M.D. Att'ys and Counsellors, at ,Law,. S
to foods.
forced their way out throuzh .did Future.! comes for nice '
clothinglihRt -
1 he i is bound to sell. ROOM A'O. 1. JONEST BLOCK *
I time If the corridor
oars nnd ihen
Call! and new canjtof; the ( Miss Nina Richard-U, S. Grant.
see it. brick wall. There were four PHY1G1AN AND SU GEON. STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA.
F. appears in thisiii .; Miss: Annie Cone-Grover Cleveland. Fourth. His financial stand-
'IfY: '' ivr i'duc Atiytiin! r on me.m1. those interne. in the jail: at the lime two :Miss Kate Hul1-Dariu9. And Down.y Bulld'g cor.rThlrd.andCenter'trs. .
yourwWrptiou .
and two awaiting trial .W. W. McDoxALP. '. .. Fernandina, Fla.
) in the TELiiiiijAiMi: we posted by referring ,,! '\ mortgaged prOp 'Jly and Office at Ga_kln.' Drug Store
ing enables him to buy direct
\Vill. .Not ice. -
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ake-.ulhcorn j111J
fodder, jio'tate : <)r horse stealing. Deputy STARKE FLORIDA SONS'
ehiek-ns, t'ggoc or anything else Dr. John Teare *idflr.: : nnd City Marshal Denn The tax collector will he nt the different myl5tf WI8S .'

'jott rant! tiQunl'off, and allow full worth and wife, of Chicago of them just after sunrise I precuicts; to collect takes for the year 1892, from the manufacturer and PRACTICALORANGE: '

3 T4rkrjrice: tf the city a few days tbUS": I morning.) viz Pine: Hill, November 23. PTBJFT S CLIPPER

J'':FOR: SALTB-One Herring fi'Iroc.f. ing lake.after their iropez S :,_, i :Much Horse Stealiiiy. I Hampton November24. '" strictly for cash, and thus put- Caveats business an conducted :., -i, have liwn stolen in this Lawley. November 25. OUR OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U. S. PATENT -Len&th,5tw1. $
vSW.T", to :MrsM. A. K '**' -. : bt.irke.I November 20.For Office and $e CAn secure patents in Jell time ,
i ; .)! rr.n.lI'' ltse, .Iate: )", Flafant.y Th R. L. i I.: A. fair \ in btic lithe' over a week. Fortu '- ting him in touch with the importer and at. Was cost than those remote' from Wasbngton. -

:rA1l5k1d- next Tuesday at thebtiildii.g. :lIe. Davis horse was returned, up Town Marshal.The Sent model,drawing -or photn.with descrip :
;: ;! jr f groceries: offer- t From 6evening 0,' ,; In liS pond condition as ever. friends of J. W. AtVarez take this tion. We adTbe. it p:1tentAbJe: or not free of i :
dcieapbyM. method of announcing him n candidatefor and manufacturer, mak- charge Our fee net due till patent Is secured. ..
Liddon.eandus. : Johns however did not mwt "How to Obtain Patent,;'with .
in A Little Book
t : ,, ..- -.- oysters any tY i l town macsiinl.: ) If elected! he will do aevialcIIent'In state county .
-s'- ol
-'-- names fOur .
4- .. ais'ra1)Lks cure nausea. served. such good lurk anti in con."e- his duty faithfully He is suited to the him the only middle man town.sentfr*,. Address. I Dn..e oudc tte vnt- I.......' ..j;' '-
'" ." S ', j s'ill lookinsr! for his hoise The oPice in every respect :n.1 t we ask the ing C.A.SNOW'&f. ) .. CUppen an .or : .- ,.
i i1WaltE.r! 'Wills ha -jlt; rC't..h.l; Air. and Mr?. :T.. Arm : : \ was a four-year-old: roll be support of the voters of Starke. Opp.PatentOffice. "WASHKOTOS;1 c.,. rtelMdfaUywamatod.Tile MadM m Ufhttr ewrwt 'j$5frS- f
.e'nestnt'k Wallaston 'la arrived to Mr. .J. G. Alvarez which wa FHTEXDS ,- pracUeml CUpper raada..MM ndotwil. bsu,vk ,
\ of !I., and -
'man .
between the tuive med them. ..
; consumer 4.
in! III-.VH
... his lot in Ihe city OQ Monday FiiiitTree: ;/ 5 .
J; J ,.' and will ., Sold b) HMdwtTC.anA. fcpplj Tr3wiss -'
; V4 t
Wednesday spend I I- >
morning Mr. J.V.. Alvarez Sonic one from Lawtey sent wordto ;I.again call theesteiL attentioaof i? those inlcr- &.'!I..NsutL. ,..'Iu. 1 Mo., .
l'.QTJG!. CLOTHING I !! tervith Jlr. and Mrs.-Josr- I pursuit of the thief: and rode Starke last' Sunday' that it was ufacturer. : I iii putting out :(ral\,tee hlf anT '

"j y; e a line at low I'l'iCl' parents of Nn. Armstrong :: until late the next night when thought some one was diad in a -. 'I kind, to lii! > fact that;rl can filf their >nl r W.1LRIYE1SsDEAf.ERIN S
overhauled! while at ,
I .. :; ?by; Sternburg & was sleeping vacant housenear Burrin's Mill. A che>ptr than they an"g t..8oehrtlti' ,
the St. Mary's river
S. F. Gardiner place
Mr. elsewberuLcConte pears:one:.1\nd two
r :R/Il I miles north of here: Mr. Luke number of people vent out there, .. '- '
llt l has hen that I old, nndrluififer Hybrids a->peci Uy7; -S -
pays for his agent, a failed find dead years ._. t [ joinedMr.[ Alvarez at High- but to any person. Also a larce stock of' shrubbery,..i3.:1 I1 ,, :
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, .what he is ,buying iMrforenie'p.ra
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--- ------------ remarkable be Pronounced Hopeless. Yet Saved. --: ,;::: : GENEBIEfWERCIANDISEjr"
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IS a who) proved a young "' '
4- l m From letter written :Mrs. Ada. E for it. Grape vines of the Itest 'I
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eggs arc bringing Starke with his younger Hunl, ofUroton. S. U., we quote; "was -. '. '.; :\'SYDlIOTP. ;, f '. *.. .; .-
: ,. :.r..tnr\llll", raisins and : taKen with a bad cold, which settled on r : 'L-S "
-- W, ...-.:;tst!, .m-eived atValler. Quite a good deal.of i on Monday for Texas South Carolina He in mv Lungs, oouph set in and finally terminated ,> Notice; of.'Town. ;. Ele. tr n. .*. rDrf, ;GOOD. c, dl, ".
driving pony. '
a. in Con l1l11pli:>n. ..FoHr.doctorsgavrf r' o. r ., .. "
done on the new j .". ;y.-'lf .
-t. :j night, got Mr. Alvarez's hweby givesthat n election:-wm . ,.MP.tOOTJI :
W the same me up saying I: could hve bat M '/ NOTICE :.. 'tf01'IO"S' '1'i2i-1.!
"I in-the of Starke,Bradford 1
is cut town :"
being t- ;; ,
right-of-'way The whole] outfit was /
,?:-"se an t. ..:.. the' 1 ; put out. short time..I gave my ftelf up to .uiyHaviour count ',State oTJJoridA on-Saturday 17th .- '. _. "'
e "r targams In tll1 and the i it' Dublie turned over to .. "' ,. .; ,i'
. ,; being got ont back and determined ifl could not stay d4yoDecemherXD.lK.,. > '!- ..
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S 1.i ', g :t ware: at :M.II.. mmcn ed. A preliminary examina- with iny friends on the earth, i would( -.-' ,ForsMaroiv 0_ ,. .,!. .7 <*, :ir ; t !
,. ; granted him, but the evidence meet my absent ones above. My bnsbnnil : c.,-.- Fore Itanha1S ,.'' :-',- '1 : ;, ;' .;...'". 15)f" "''
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-S ,-i5icRy!: ,JACIKTS. ; that it' w' s best'for the grand for Consumption, Cousrlis and S S i i For a Tax.AsseasoP,' S %_ "f ,. t0GE >g ..., ",,=:" ,4..,.,>, ,...,'
ville, who is 'a practical 1 hand in the matter tohini Colds.: I: save it a trial, took in all, eigh7" : 'S.: For three"Aldennen. ';' -' .
- )VA .. : --calllot he 8url1asscd painter has decided have a a)00 bond, in de- bottles it nas cured me, anti tbanV God : :. -_. S :Iu witness whereof lhernutaset'my bane ,G'R' '" il' ;, M'f '
r --- buggy over in :' ..- S >' S and affix the seal of said town thi-f Srd day of .k ..
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: : :FLORIDA'S SEWS BUDGET -Gadsden-' -James E. Broome, Quincy.-. ,ALL. -SOBTS. 'T A Smart. Tonng"Man.": cure Bile Beans.Bilious Attacks- afcd Cdion ..,- DO YOU 'EXPECT, -I wor l t .

H'mtlton-John F. Smith,-* ... .
Presidential election years are proverb BECOME A Tsrr Utue desire "
TO : to enjoy* "
HJllsborod.h Jimes :::
- McKayTampa. The great s.-arch lighten the top *ifUt. bad oh and amusement enter enurslj oafltted forta* mSSr
ially sport,
Mr. Gotham "So IOn
.t. Holmes and Walton Lucius J. Reeves, you sentyour aayonUnarrdutlea.trr- .. .
enabled .. '
Contaiw Yariety of 'l Washington has people to i. MOTHER ? ;-
Interesting aid DeFuniak Springs. to New York to earn his ltrin prls _
; the house
read'coarse at Fabyan
print .
fl Jackton-John H. McKinne, Mari- miles distant. Farmer Hayseed-"You see, it was Good for children a*well M adults Small SICK HEAIMRE

Entertaining Topics anna.* t seven 'this way. He sayr. 'PAW, I like tb city, I Bile BOM._ _- MOTHERS'FRIEND"

4 Jefferson-W. C. Thomas, Waukee- The little island of Jamacia sells annu nd I'll go into the city and sell what : Professor Huxley says that an oyster is DAY AflERffDAyJand : : ::

nab.* S ally to the United States bananas exceeding you raise on the old iXrm'says: he. 'You a far more complicated piece of machinery -

1 Thetrad'e by a Baltimore packing LaFayette and Tsylor=J. J. Johnson, in Value the entire apple, peach ship'me all your truck "and .Til sell it on i i than the finest Swiss watch. yet there are few IeuN A .
for the Green-1 P.4nt and cherry of this promptly to proper JMd1c
company canning Old Town.* crop country. commission says he. lore 01 the ImPGrtucl t. 1&11
factory at' Ai'palachicola' : h", been "> The the Mr. Gotham "Ah. he became 'commi To aid digestion take one Small Bile Bean after .hould Liwa,.be ac laud. CJJataleUalllt
c n- Lake-Alex St. Clair-Abrams, Tarares. stokers on large express tt ans- a eating. 'Me.per bottle.It EASY .... D1u1Da a JerI&J4 0(
sir.castcd.' This industry wIll furnish employment Lee and Monroe-Jefferson B. Browne, Atlantic steamships work four hours nm)
$j for two hundred bind Key West* ? rest eight hours, working only eight Farmer Hayseed-"In a small way, has been agreed to settle the financial Assists Na Ue.Lessens Juaa'.1D4 Slu tsBS 1.1*. SIXTY YEARS: )

,* Leon-Fred T. Hyer, Tallahassee. hours out of the twenty-fuur. \('$. You see, ho doesn't pet any goods difficulties in Brazil by withdrawing

, te Rochelle was rronlly incorporate a Levy-Newton A. Blitch, Ptoenix. There are today more than ?00,000( to sell but mine. I farm and he sells." 'a portion of the outstanding paper. "My wife other suffered children more than In ten she minutes did all ea there- rt hare has not been been no Ptt1IJaDIatl.1 instate* iwxweii a .l !* 'S'.. '...\

town and 1 the foHowin VfSccrs duly ck-ct- Madison-Burton D. WadsworthMad- women in the United Slut taming u Mr. Gotham-"I see. Well, how has Hunters say that moose will be plentiful with..her with her last after having u.e4 i

ed : J. R. Dewy, mayor; C. M. W'e'k?, ison. living by professional and person tl ser he got; alongt"Farmer in Mtine this gea,"n. four together bottles of MOTHEB'S FBIENJV* PROMPTLY 'CURED, ,
marshal! J. STomlin and Sumter William J. Bor- Hayseed-"Fairly well, I ;
; clerk, and M. J. Marion vice, outside of mechanical labor cr workin The Only One Ever Printed. says a customer. -J

Grace, T.'J. Watki.. s, J. S. Jolly, R. M. don, Oxford. (Third party). shops.A hould say. I'm still "orkin' th' farm,
tero Perry and W. B. Pifer, aldermen.' Nassau-W. W. Farmer, Hart's Boad.* hut he'a got a mortgage on it."Street advertisement In ......
Is 3-inch '
Orange and Osceola-M. R. Marks, Or- novelty in architecture is pr.'posi d & Smith's Good News. this There paper this a week display which has no two words Sent by express on receipt of rjte,$150 per bot- Cbe lelll'a 11M:f a IIIIIIe 'box of-&her IIIDUfDc '1,Id .....?iI''.
lando. in Chicago, 111 in the shape <>f a buid-! alike except one word. The same is true of tIe. BookTo Mothers1TmailedfIe. -J ,' .

;_ Bermuda grass, which was rare in ing to be constructed so far as the < xtc- each new one apprtiring each week from The BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
I Polk-William H. Reynolds, Lake- I Dr. Barter Medicine Co. This house places a \ DR C McLANE'S
this locality a few years since', can now land. rior is concerned, entirely of aluminumand OldeR Time. "Crescent" on eveljthing,tbey make and ton SAll BY AU DRUGGISTS. .4TJ.NTh. GA.lip. : -

''asho be seen in hrge patches in various parts glass.In People overlooked the importance of per publish Look for it, send them the name "

n of Alachua county. Many of the old Putnam-Benjamin P. Calhoun, Pa. China the cobbl' from houseto manently beneficial effects andwere satisfied of the word and they will return you THMDO BOOK. LIVER PILLS
fields, the soil of which was worn out house his with with transient action but now t bat it Is g en- a
Rosa Charles .J. Perrenot Mil announcing xpproach a willell be
of B Santa know 'pV may pmcuretM any Drug 8Ion,OWtj_
over quarter a century ago, could erally that Syrup of Firs will
rattle and taking his abode uith tbe addrelfoa the re p&
up = = OUilonc.1a .
1an with profit be converted into rich pxst- ton.St. cure habitual constitution well Informed t" _
I Francis B. Genovar St. Au- family while ne does the necessrry making Purchaien of theM Pins
Johns- ibovld be
urea by. planting Bermuda grass.-Ihe and mending.The people will not buy other laxatives, cure the genuine artl*. TIle"arel8Yft&l i ata-sjj t6 pro;;'
'*DaiI! Leader. gustine., which act for a time, but finally injure the LITTLE felts on the market=ca1cniate to de.a eou De>
t-uwannee-A. W. McLerao, Welborn. Canadian dairy commission is p e- gyitenu genulBe Dr. C. Mel:
' + manufactured only sr
or Volusia-W. H. Bristol DeLand.' the cheese record for '
paring biggest on
rjf The Orlando Daily Reporter says that Washington and Calhoun-A.. W. the World's fair a' Ch cijjo. It will comprise The best parchment for banjos is made of I LIVER nuuxG BSOtHEM: CO.. PlttsBPtVyJCore .

'1 t.. the grand jury, in Its investigation of Weeks, Chipley.: (Thir party). one day's milk' of more than ten wolf-skin. D0ES25'HECREAI -

reaav the jail there discovered some novel articles HOUSE OF HEPBK8EKTATIVE8. thousand cows. Bnown'S Iron Bitten cur s Drsr P>!.,!rIaJ. Q
in the shape of keys which had evidently ria. BiliouHneea and General Debility. Gives I HOT BE DECEIVEDwithrteistes.
* been the A lacbu -John B. Dell, A Meriden, Conn., cutlery factory has Strength aids Digestion tonethe nerrea- Enamels, and Paints which stain PILLSDO ILOHS
Ianstat patterned by escaped and John L. Kelly:: Windsor. creates appetite. The best tonic forNaninr the hands.injure the Iron.and burn off. i it
finished wonderful
prisoners to effect their libberty. One just a toy-a perfect Mothers. weak women and chil'lren. The Rising Sun Store Polish Is UrilUant,Odorless
Baker-David II. Rowe, Macclenny. pocket-knife with: thirty blades pinchers, .Durable and the consumer pays lor no tinglass POT GRIPE SOO SICSJC5.
was Ingeniously made from block tin with
a or package every purchase. .
and another from the Bradford-Dr. John L. Gaki csStarke, shears, ala e'('., weighing but one- At least 200,000 person are employed by the ,SUN cues for SICK DEAD- :
tablespoon -
:* ivory and E. P. Ward, Leitsville. 23,0 papers pub.lshed in the United States. ACHJE: Impaind dlge.tloaeOnhtipstlontorpld 550&
of glands.They arctue
eighth an cutee.A.
handle of
a tooth brush. The also -
jury Brevard-Herry T. Parker, Ft. Drum. 'a vital onaoa, remOve nausea, dl*- _
strithu found a large iron hook or rather ring, Russian has: made a clock whose dial staeM. llacleal effect on K<<- *Consumption, 5SThro
Calhoun-John Stewart, .4 U neis an4bladder. Conquer Sold by all q-
similar to those from hammocks rtsembles bumin fr.ce. The announce
are suspended a bilious nervous dis I
Ie d. .
( ) 1ugustFlower" ,
I )( the hook port; being broken off. Clay-Chnrles M. Priest, Athens. ment of the h.-mrs issues through the orders.DAILY tabUih Acno natural NATIONAL SURGIffijj1jj.

mouth in articulute speech This startling I '
.4.eni ,* Citrus Thomas J. Cuchran Invernes. Beautify complexion by purlfylnj ir.A. '1''Q'p''I>
I A Biff FUrlda Sea... Anticipated. Goodbread Suwan- effect is produced l hy> n iihonpgraph., fl.w's This' blOOd. FUBKLT& VKOCTABI.C. ..-....'
Columbia-A. S.
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for The don li cicely adjnited to nit one pill nil J ;
Captain W. M. Davidson, general pas ree Shoals! and A. M. Means, Mikes- any case of catarrh that cannot be cured bytukingrHall's tlnubetoo much.Each Tial eentalni 42 carried in vest &
senger agent of the Plant systemwho baa A Sliding Scale. Catarrh Cure. pocket like lead penciL Business man' greet I
nabe ville. tonrtoiencr. Taken niter than tugtr. 8old8ftr7- I ,
7.J. CHXNir& CO."Props..,0. 'ea..
returned, where. Alll"uin.1OOf bear"Creteent.
from extended in
an trip Dade-Frank S. Moore, Miami. Bootblack: -"Saiue! !" We the undersigned nave Known F. J. Band S-ecot book With ismpU.
the north, during which he attended the DeSoto-Albert W. Gilchrist, Arcadia Gentleman"\\Vhat' the price?" Cheney for the last IS years.and believe him Eight doctors treated me for Heart pap ........ ..
Ufl( "time convention perfectly honorable in all business transactions DR. HAlTER HEDICIME' CO.. SI. Loots. Hft f .,... IW_._ .= ...... ,
the indication .
the says and Punta Gorda. Bootblack"Five cents Wen you and financially able to carry out any obligations Disease and one for Rheumatism, .,..,....._- ..... -
are that Florida will have a big season. Duval-D. U. Fletcher Jacksonville made by:their firm. -"- -- "'- --._- : ,#.'..";,;
ask an' don't.
ten w'en ye Wholesale Toledo, but did me no good. I could not FISO'B; Kemedy tt Oterk k thBest. "
All the railroads anticipate it and ere WEST&TKPAX:, Druggists, HVOIT Man His Own Doctor. ,
Ifait 1 and J. E. Pckett; Jacksonville./ O.WALDINO. speak aloud. Everything that I took Easiest .t:..U4 ... ;
making preparations to the tourists. Wholesale : :
carry Knnuir & MABTIN,
The winter schedules over tl'e Atlantic Escambia-John B. Vaughn, Pensa- A Constant PIRJne.; Druggists Toledo, o.Hall's into the Stomrch tlistressed me. I ... ..JJ.i.t
cola, and Alexander' : C. Berry, ;Brent. Indigestion is, in many instances, a constant Catarrh Cure is taken internally,acting A 600-pageProfustly Illustrated Dook.coatain- "
lhatlw Coast lines go into effect: on January 1, John R. Carra- plague giving the sufferer no peace, night or directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces could not sleep. I had taken all ing valuable information: peitaininif! to dis-, sold by dru f8Ca GUIII&bj..... .
and from New! York trains will come Franklyn- Blockers day. To banish the tormentor, don't deluge of the system. Testimonials sent free. kinds of medicines. Through a ea-esof the human system>h./wlng Low to SOc. E.T. HJseIttneWanea,5 Ps' h!fL*
belle. TREAT and CURE with.the simplest of medi-' ; :;
Price 75c. bQUll. drigglats.Brcu's
p<< ;
through to Jacksonville in about two Gadsiien O. B. Hall Concord and your stomach with the pepsins and sour or neighbor I got one of your books.I cines. The book contains analysis: of court
hours' less time than they took foimrrly, acidulous tonics. Use the genuine invicorant procured a bottle of Green's Aug- ship and marriage and management of children -1 IOO DOLLABS, ;; ng
W. B. Forman: Chattahoochee. besides useful : _
and appetizer Hosteller's Stomach Bitters prescription: recipes etc.
: owing to a shortening of the route sixtyone Hamilton-John S. Johnson. Avoca, approved and recommended by i-hysiciam ot ust Flower and took it; I am to-day Mailed post-paid, for 60 cents. Address: -. ...... Ai.NRAv.. ;.::.
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miles .HED. CO .
by the building of what is TEIUO ,
and John Iz Morgan White Springs. distinction. Use it too. for malaria, rheumatism stout, hearty and strong and enjoy ATLANTA PUBLISHING DOUSE, II
called the Wilson cut-off. Instead of constipation, liver complaint and nerv- ..
116 Lord Stet; >t. ATLANTA. OA. HaWa CaseS ..
Hernando W. S. Brooks- the best of health. Flower
Jennings, August
coming by Wilmington as the qusness; o PIUI'.rphJ.f.:
formerly, ville. PILL cost only 25 cents a boLThey n:. T. Fitagerald HrU-alW1
saved life and health.
lie fast trains Lave are proverbially known throughout the my gave me my % I
pass Fayette. -, The women's clubs In Brooklyn, over PATENTS' VahInjto D. C. t
ita| t W Hillsboroush-George L. Jones, Dune- ten thousand members. world to be "worth a guinea a box. Mrs. Sarah J Cox Defiance, O. 9 4o-P8Ke b.'it free. I A. N. U. ... ,
din, and Caffrey L Wilder, Plant City.
UKDM: Tw. Mere Frail Vessels. Holmes-R. E. Williams onifay.J IF TOUT Back Aches,or you are all worn out,
Two rood for nothing, it is general debility.
wli more of the fleet of orange hips :
Jackson William J. Daniel, Marianna, 3rown8 iron Bitters will cure you make you
to ply between Florida and the northern and Cader A. Lee, Chipley. strong, cleanse your liver and give a g xxl appetite
q markets arrived in Jacksonville a few --tones the nerves.A .
Monticello -
; Jefferson-John S. Denham,
days ago-the Bowden of tbe Merchants' and Thomas L. Clark, Monticello. teaspoonful of alum will make clear four
Steamship company and the Brixham of gallons of muddy water. x
al) LaFayette-William\ T. Dee, Mayo.
: the Jacksonville and Baltimore The
Lake-Thomas A. Poole Eustis, and Our old reliable eye-water cures weak or inflamed -
Bowden is a staunch iron screw steamer, lids without pain. J
Thomas J. Hooks, Clermont. eyes or granulated
gi SCO feet long 27 feet beam,21 feet depthof Lee-T. J. Henry, Ft. Myers. Prlce25c.: John R.Dickey DruItCo.,DriOtol.! Va. c6'bidiQngoaoioc }

MH ho'd, li feet draught; and capacity Leon-D. W. Gwinn, Tallahassee, and

Flof' of 776 gross tons. She has a triple expansion W. A. Rauis, TttllnhaBeee.

engine, 20x32x53 and a 3-foot Levy- Wm. D. Ficlayson, Cedar Keys.
.- stroke. be has a speed of eleven knots
and of Liberty-T. H. Jackson, Rock Bluff.
can carry 18,000 boxes oranges.
Tltil She w\s built at Bowling on the Clyde in Madison-Wm. W. Campbell, Harmony ; :

1886 for the Phlllippine island trail ebut, and Alexis M. Micbelson, Madison. ..

baa been in the fruit business exclusively Manatee-Dr. James Layne, Rye. ,. 't
since her This is to Maiion-Henry W. Long, Martel!, and '
fortnightly launching., in connection with ship the JohnG. run George G. Matthews, jr., S,ntos. ifff ) The last year has been the most prosperous of the Sixty-five years of THE COMPANION'S history. It has now over 550,000 !

t1' Christopherbetween Jacksonville and Monroe William Bethel, Key West, subscribers. This support enables it to provide more lavishly than ever for 1893. Only a partial! list

New York. If the business warrants it and Aurelio E. Dobarganei, Key 5
I of Authors, Stories and Articles. can be given here. .
\\\ she may be sent to Boston. West t

at The Brixham is an iron ship about the N"lsau-G.!! A. Baltzell, Fernandina, .. _., -

k same size as the Bowden. She is to ply and B. G. Dyal, Cnllalian.Orange Prize Serial Stories. .
1- J ;
between Jacksonville and Baltimore, car- -George 3!. Nolan Sanford,

iI1U Tying fruit northward and a general cargo and T. W. Shine, Orlando. \ The Prizes offered for the Serial of the
southward. Floridians familiar Oseola-J. S. Oliver, Kiisimmee. Competition 1892 were Largest ever given by any periodical. -
are already '

with the Brixham, as she is the Pasco-John B. Johnst, Dade City. I First! Prize, $: ,ooo. Larry; "Aunt Mat's" Investment and its Reward; by Miss \manda M.'Do_ glu.
same vessel chartered three by Polk-William J. Durrance, Chicora, Mr. Geo. W. Turner
the Fruit Exchange. years ago and H. F. Fortner, Bartow. It s Second Prize, $looo. Armajo ; How a very hard Lesson was bravely Learned; by Charles W. Clarke. .

C Putnam-J. H. Harp, Crescent City, SIMPLY AWFULWorst Third Prize, $looo. Cherrycroft ; The Old House and its Tenant; by Miss Edith E. Stowe (Pauline'Wesley"), :
unIt end J. P. Wall Putnam Hall.
Wak-X7! Wake Up! Fourth Prize, $IOOO. Sam ; A charming Story of Brotherly Love and Self-Sacrifice; by MIss M. O.M elju. :
Santa Rosa John Rourke !
From the Times-Union. Milton
Florida actually has building at theWorld' and Edwin V. McCatkiil, Chumuckla. Case of Scrofula the SEVEN OTHER SERIAL STORIES, during the year by C. A. Stephens, Homer Greene L no, en.

b Bt. Jolms H. H. Floyd Doctors Ever Saw y f
fair-a real building of her own Armstrong ; -:

in the group of other state structure, Station, and Lewis W. Zimm, Orange Completely Cured by HOOD'S SAR-

and decidedly conspicuous among them.It Dale. SAPARILLA."When '\ The Bravest Deed I Ever Saw Great Men at/Home./
r() is said to be 'the most unique and Sumter-G. Nelson, Bay Hill. ,
Buwannee-John O. Ros, Lauraville I was 4 or 5 years old I had a scrofulous ,
striking in appearance of any of the Hate I will be described in Officers of the United States How Mr. Gladstone Works his
and Robert A. Reid, Pine Mount. sore on the middle finger of my left hand. graphic language by Army ; by daughter, Mrs. Drew..
buildings so lar erected on the expfci-
which got bad that the doctor cut the fin- ;1 and by famous War Correspondents. Gen. Sherman in his
i'X v tion grounds. Mr. Guy L Met calf of Juno Taylor-Thompson P. Hamilton, Iddo. ger off, and so later took off more than half my ; Home; by Mrs.Minnie' ; Sherman Fitch.

editor of he Tropical fiun, who has (Third-party.) hand. Then the sore broke out on my arm, General John Gibbon. General Wesley Merritt. Gen. McCIellan; by his son, ; George B. McCIellan.
th{ Volusia-JxmesE. Alexander DeLand came out on my neck and face on both sides, .
just returned from Chicago, says that nearly destroying the sight of one eye, also on Captain Charles King. Archibald Forbes. President Garfield; by his daughter, .Mrs. Molly Garfield Brown.
I Thomis Underhill Barberville. ,
pr our building. at first sight inspires a feelIng my right arm. Doctors said it was the .
of patriotic pride in Floridian Wakulla-Nat P. Walker. Worst "';; '.
every Case of Scrofulathey ; '
'Who mitt the grounds; and in a comtnunication I Walton-John L. M Ktnnon, DeFu. Five -
ever saw. It was simply awful!
rcfEhj published elsewhere in this niak Springs. (Third-party.) years ago I began to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. Your Work in Life. J: '

issue of the Times-Union he pays a high Washinton-W. B. Gainer. Econfina. Gradually I fiund that the sores were beginning ..:
U and merited compliment to Commissioner to heaL I kept on till I had taken ten bottles :;: '
Jackson for his zeal and almost incessant Tn United States cruiser Boston baa been ten do lars! Just think what a return What are you going to do? These and other similar articles may offer you somesu estionz.S .
until the 1 for that investment .
ordered to remain at Honolulu got A thouand ,
labors in behalf of this state. The i the
I Hawaiian trouble is aettled. percent? Yes.mlUlythou-anl1 or Journalism-as a Profession. the Editor-in-Chief of the New York 'Charles 5
C TJmoa-TJnIon commends Mr. Metcall's I I have had no sores. I By Times, R. Miller. ,

fcVlthH j' article to every public spirited man and ATLANTA MARKETS. Work all the Time. I/I/ Why not be a Veterinary Surgeon ? An opportunity for Boys ; by .. ,Dr Austin Peters.

; woman in the state-in fact to boy I know not
every Before could do no work.
and girl, as well, who is old enough to CORRECTED WEEKLY. what to say strong enough to express my grat- I1 In What Trades and Professions is there most Room ? by r Hon. R. P. Porter. -

understand it. It is an. appeal to the itude"to Hood's Sarsaparilla! for my perfect (45! Shipbuilders ted. Chats with great shipbuilders on this Subject ; by Alexander! Wainwright.
people of Florida to take advantage of Ureeerles. cure. G. W. TURNER, Farmer.Galway, N. Y.

Ff' their present opportunity and not let the cue CJot'ee-Roa.sted-Arbnckle'8,Lion 2i(We Lcvering'a 23.60c.22.60 Green-Ex$ 100 n>* Hod' Fills do not weaken but aid digestion I Admission to \Vest Point ; by the Supt. of U. S. Academy, i S Col. John M. Wilson.

?* v state. die of the dry-rot when all that is J.tra choice 'Oo; choice; good 19c; fair 18c;com and tone the stomach. Try them. 25c. ';i Admission to the Naval Academy ; by Lieut. \V. F. Low U. S. N.
needed to make it pirgress is a little i mon 16%o. Sugar-Granulated: 5M; ill granulated

I 10 < '- effort on.the part of its own >people.L I -c; powdered 5Jfc; cut loaf 5 ; white They aU Testify Young Government Clerks at Washington. By the Chief Clerks of Six Departments. -

$ It should M bone in mind that pace extra 0 tOj; New Orleans yellow clarified I I
itIn *KC5 yellow extra C 4c. Syrup-New To the Efficacy
.V for exhibit ia the Florida building to I
Orleans choice
48@50; prime 35@40c;common of the
t a Uz&>? be allotted,by counties to those only 80@35o. Molasses-Genuine Cuba 35@33c4mi- II I

11It r:. which contribute to the World's fair fund. !! tation 2225. Tew-Black 85@55c; preen 11 WorldRenownedSwift's Things to Know. f' Over the Water. :
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40@60o. Nutmegs 65@70c. Clove-i 2 @3Oc.
-f So far less than !one-sixth of the
CinnamonlO@12. Allspice lOQllc. Jamaica i It It What Is a Patent? The Hon. Carroll D.
tt by Wright. How to See St. PaoTs Cathedral 'The
,1Iv. counties hare made, appropriations ginger 18a Singapore: pepper 14c; Mace ; by Dean of St. Paul.

*** forthis, purpose; and it seemn almost beyond ILOO. Rice -fair' 7c; good 6c; common 1t Specific. .A Chat With Schoolgirls ; by Amelia E. Barr.Vlndsor Castle. A picturesque description by The Marquis of Lome..

'-"', belief: that_such counties Alachua, %@6c imported Japan: 6(C1t111BartHawlcy's )hii Naval Courts-Martial ; by Admiral S. B. Luce. A Glimpse of Belgium. ,
The American
S: dairy $1 00 Virginia 72jfc. old-time Minister at Brussels. '
; %. :' )Marion Orange, Leon, Escsmbia, Gada-, ; I The aunpl
', Cheese-Full cream Cheddar* -c; flats I I remedy from the Georgia Patents Granted Young Inventors; by U. S. Com. of Patents. A Glimpse of l15s1a'br.The Hod. 6
-; den PoUt and Yolaaia/: abounding in resources fields has Charles Emory Smith.
I. ; 12> ..*,. '" and peopled men and women i Soaps Tallow, 100 bars. 75 lbs *3 00i375; gone forth to the antipodes. The Weather Bureau ; by Jean Oordon Mattill. Adventures in London Fogs; by Charles Dickens. .t

t! of tnteUic Dee/, enterprise and means, j turpentine, 60 ban, 60 Iba, ,$2 25 a 250( ; :th1ngthekeptica1andconfounding the theories of Newly-Married in New York. What will $1.000 a year do? London Cabs. uCab1i "
Candles-PoIra.fine 12c star 10c. Matches. ; .their "hansoms. Charles Dickens, Jtt
V.should be found4oday sitting with theirhandsftdedas ; tbphysician's
those who depend solely on
Ift 'ir it were while Florida isprepaiiag"to I j 400s $t 00;8001300.13 75;aOOd4200a27S60s, [ skilL There no blood Answered by Mrs..Henry Ward Beecher and Marion Harland. A Boy's Club in.East London. France
iIII Wynne-
5 (3 75. Soda bulk 3c do Ib '
I gross -Kegs, ; >l pkgs taint which ltdoesnot Immediately -
make an exhibit at the 6 (c;OAses, lIb CKo, do 1 and /Ibs 8e, doj lb eradicate. Poisons outwardly absorbed or the
( World,1 fair. But these and all the 6>Jc. Crackers-XXX soda 6c; XXX butter result of rUe diseases from within all yield to this -'

other Inactive ones, if they continue thus 6c;XXX pearl oysters 6c;; shell and excelsior potent but simple remedy. It is an unequaled .
tonic,bnUdtnp the old and feeble.cures all diseases .
1Ci 7e lemon cream 9c XXX 9o Short Stories and
must have ; ; ginger snaps ;corn- Adveflt
S v- surely reap as they sown. hiils 9c. Assorted stick Oc French arUlnx from impure blood or weakened vitality. res. .
; for :
Now the Times-Union has talked itsell Bend a treatise. Examine the proof. r.'
mixed Canned : .
It 12VJc. goods-Condensed milk e .
,.ti hoarse en this subject for nearly two years. $6 OOaS 00; imitation mackerel $3 95a4 00 salmon Books on Blood and-Skin Diseases mailed Cn*. > More than One Hundred Short Stories and Adventure Sketches will be,given in the volume for -1893Knlttln .

.11 .. ,,Suppcee the people listen to Mr. }{call's I $6 00a7 50:F. W.oysters $1 75a-; L.W. ruggltU Sell It. -
T d rice-he'has been at the seat of ,oper- t25; corn $2 50 a 3 50; tomatoes tl 60. Susan. An Able Mariner. i-
Ball SWIFT SPECIPIC CO. ;:; Qualltys Temptation. '
1 niionp, knows what he is talking about potash S32O. Starch-Pearl 4Vc;' lump In the Death Circle. Uncle DanTs Will.!!
Co nickel packages $3 50 celluloid $5 00. : -
; ; Drawer 3. Atlanta Ga. r A Bad Night In a Yacht. -
and the card. And Chief
rpeaki rom
i Pickles plain or mixed,pints SI 00 A I 40; quarts A MonntalnvIIIe Feud. On the Hadramaut Sands. .
,;,- 5tmuel.-iay.: that for every dolhr wisely SI SOal 80. Powder-Rifle, kegs $5 00; W kegs v"v- Leon Kestrell: Reporter.
P i i: Invested in a Florida exhioit S3 25; y kegs 91 33. Shot SI (O( per sack. Did you ever see a sickly Mrs. Parahley's First Voyage. An April First Experience. :: ': .' Uncle'.s m'a Clairvoyance.

ifi ;-. the state will, get a return of $tOCO.:> Flour. Grain-and Meal.: baby with dimples ? or a heal- Bala McTfckel's: "Vast! Doog." Riddling Jimmy, and other storiei-- How I Won ray Chevrons

fiI Surtly these men are worth littiming to. Flour-First patent $5 50; second patent thy one without them ? The Cats Of Cedar Swamp. A Boy's Proof that he was not a Coward; by > "' '-*":-. W. ,
:- : -:, C C ,oi.' 4.75; extra fancy $3.90 ; fancy ?3 73 ; family J. Baker.
Strong "Medicine. :
.?t:' 71.illa'a L.ll&tur.. sa 00$3< 50. Com- o. I white 60,. A thin baby is always deli- The amusing effect of a brass instrument on a hostile Indian; '6y Capt. D..C. Kinsman, U. S. A.

The is list of the Ma 'A whitec.; mixed -c. Oats.2ac. '.
following worries
a. cimp'.ete Mixed ; white 44o; Kansas rustproof cate. Nobody abouta .
4 members of the senate and house of rrpresenUtives _
Sic. Choice timothy -
Hay- large '.
Ml in the next legislature, 'with 83 No., 1 timothy, large bales, SOC; choice plump one. "How I W.OT Bn Hu.t" by Gen. Lew Wallace opens a series, "Behind the Scenes of Famous Stories."

their pst office addresses. These marked I. timothy. small bales, 85c;No.1 timothy. small If you can get your baby S writes three fascinating articles on In ia. Sir Edwin Arnold -
1 bales. 80o N'>. 2 timothy, small bales, 75c. Rudyard Kipling tells the "Story of My "
\ with a star are. hold-over ; Boyhood. A series of practical articles, "At the
;" leaatora.1'H Plain 62 bolted 58c. Wheat bran- plump he is almost sure to World's Fair -
; ?; -S by Davis and Mrs. Potter
-, :: members known to be Palmer wilhiefuIJrf
-.j..JL0Ie party Large sackg 83c small sacks 90o Cotton valuable hints to those who go. "Odd Housekeeping .
: ., : tneniee.-deIgnated. All the rem : seed meal-$1 10 per owL Steam feed. -f 1.35 be well. If you can get him in Queer Places" is the subject of half a dozen bright and sing descriptions
. ** I-
** >* Wallace Lady Blake and o&en.
: Ingare democrats: : per cwt. Grit Pearl $3.50. well, he is almost sure to be All the well.known features of TilE: COMPANION will be maintained and
iproj The Editori will be impaitial.explanations
\ 8KTATE. Ccantrr plump. of current events, at home and abroad. The Illustrated Supplement, '
Alachua John adding neady cne-half tQ size of the paper..wiD be continued.
A. Roseborough, I Eggs 190. Butter-Western creamery
do boththereis ,
Windsor.* SOc choice Tennessee Vt25c other grade Theway to -S
Baker and Clay.-. Frederick, A. Flemfti. -,.'J0al2 ,a' Live poultry-Turkeys 10@12Vo per but one way-is by CAREFUL Send '
: ing Hibernia ; : Ib; hens 31 and 32 young chickens This Slip with $:
I large) 20a25c ; small spring 12al8c. Dressed LIVING. Sometimes this ,_ i.7S.
C- Brevard and Dade-Robert Morrow, poultry Turkeys 16al8c; ducks 15c; chickens To any New Subscriber who win cut oat and ttu
f f TitnsvilJe. j I2jil5. Irish potatoes, 2503.00 per bbl. depends on"Scott's Emulsionof FREE sad 81.75. we will send The Companion Free to Jaa.7>'1M IIIp with DAme aDd addreu

;: Hernando, Citrus and Pasco- -Albert tweet potatoes new-40a50 per bo. Honey cod-liver oil. that date. Thl. offer Includes the, Double Holiday Vv.... \*ad *? Full Yr fI'om to
,- .Mason Williamson Inverness. Strained SalOn: in the comb 10al2c. Onion New Teart, Barter .nd Fourth of July. The So**** rbmnfc***. ChrJatmu. 1893THE f- ;:
or n.
$3.OOa&5Operbil. We will send book 43 paga. flacribillg the JV' ? ltd *? color., .
you eie BufZdfgwith all iSa 10 d9* TT
,:i Columbia-J. F.Baya, Lake City. S or Frw to aay one rtqueaing it who sends trill m receipt of sir en *, _ _ _.'
f '- .DeSoto and Jtanatee-.John W.. Whid-, heTl...... on it ; free. /c a MlCrtptlOft.ltw"** ,erar. 45 fIf

V.v*- den, Arcadia. Clear rib sides boxed 8Jfc;ice-cured bellies $ afrw

#. I- Duval-O. .J. R. Bummers Jackson- 10Ji. Bngar-cured hams 12&139"ucaording : ..
Icon ):Bowin,Cbcauits,13*South sth Avemw, YOUTH'S COMPANION Send Cheelt or
: yule.4 to brand and arerage; California "break:: ...York. Boston Mass.
t fast bacon 12aU .a. Lard-Pan '':leaf -<. 31 Order at *rri *
S'S Escambia, ,Emmet- Wolfe, PensaiV4 leaf 1%;refined none. .
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Horphia Babit Cored at Him .
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Gnd1,'Apalachlcola.- I.Market Krm.-10ddllni 73(0.. .Cblcaps S ,,_-.- -- _.-- --SjS S __ S

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