Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 25, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:00316
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ZBZOLOOY OF THE DESII'fa These were Dulcie's opportunities to 'lumped into the cold, dark river that fatal She knew, instantly, she had been entpp FLORIDA'S HEWS BUDGET I.r bring to raise cattle the and value to fmpr.e and TEIMkPHIC GLEAM.

BTZO-iVL. Ihrow herself before him and cry night.. After great; trouble and many in- and made a mad rush for the thereby enhance it lnd I.
"There is no real mjs'ery, I had no part I have succeeded in tracing you It has secured the option on

"f ,7 llw Tb Bfc&Af inn of of tbe tbedesert desert beat glowed down hot and ro& 10 play in the scenes you recall. I am.not t ue humble roof that has given you Too late. It was clos from without acres, with the refusal of 2,00q

S,,\ Tin it buttered lbs top of the Cwmeltte's head- your old love, Philip, but a wicked impostor Ihelt. before she could A sharp click, (Mainini a Variety ol aMEntertaink and is making a careful examination of Tie News of tile forli Coiteefl Into
-..: Just the round shaven spot on his cro woAn who has taken her place." haT cae out you to the then the woman's chuckling voice sounded Iteri the cattle now on"the range, of the ad
What did she do? letter, gone Bonnyview Hall, taken from the other side: for pasturing and watering cat
Arab Iwept up,bare-chested and bn Poor, misguided Dulcie! Do not and But I find the door Mr. vanult. ami Pointed pmDh
identity. under
.., My tent door .anda open."be sati cen. your name V my- I IIl push the key TODicsHicanopy of--tbe facilities for shipping Pity
"" Tbe monk found a wine-skin under hi. lUre her too severely. She was but a self Burrouuded by undreamed-of dan- I and you can come and go at ia which preliminary work it hag _
The Arab gave data Bad bread.. child, reme.mber-loving, impnlsiw but I must see you at once-take coun pleasure." them
V Kind Allah,ire thank "the desolate, with no mother S to fioi&) andlUal'd gl. you. Guys suspicions have benaue I Toinette made a frantic struggle t gain is shipping two c-load of expertxattle men from Interesting' and InstruetlTe t HI.
; V Wb n our simple rep t\rat pread.Arab.. her. I not come to the possession of it, but Guy held her back of oranges daily. Colorado. Classes of Headers.
1 fell to at once but the monk )'pUd, What wonder she trifled with tie terri you hv found. He has been prowling and put the key in his pocket. She Besides dealing in cattle and slaughtering
-Kir, Sheik,thank they Instead." ble temptation chance had thrown in her neighborhood for days, and as a child in that clasp of iron. and preparing them for m.rkt
loud way! might surprise us discover all. You are not strong, Toinete. he said. Apalachicola bay is becoming quite this company proposes to improve il A New York dispatch of)londaYly
Then the two argued
S locg and the two&amad When Philip gave expression to his per "WiU you come to Bidgefield by the "Do not tire yourself purpose." a resort for iron ships.ApslachicolaTimes. lands and offer them for sale ia large or Lystander,,the veteran aor, 1DO ,b

As to how the grace should be said;' plexity, she would wreathe her white ami noon train? Take the road leading from'the She stumbled into a chair, giddy will tracts. After five years holders of been confined in the puilou'
4 But before at the right or the wroaI around his neck and lift her lovely face village toward the river. I will be fright and prolonged exertion. That hur- smal tal stock will have the option of Belleview hospital since the
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hal dates and bread. Lobe kissed.I there to meet If care to keep anxious beginning to cp 4t Iltt
tbJ"Ot you. you journey was canals have water
i red now enough so the value into
Wbea they to me I:could not ,', V : suffered so much in the past I would up this living lie, do not disappoint me. on a frame weakened by recent illness. turning same at par tad i de
that the
2q On a point sqesceedmgly: fine: rmingly! blot it all out, and live only iJI&e There is news of Philip. You see I And now the bitter disappointment and steamboats are making regular ot the company at a assessed t A special of Monday from Mont.
V V But 1 rode awajpn the Arab's mare happy present." know your lover's name. I have so muchto dread of a horrible fate added to all trips with freight and passengers from be fixed by ba of directors.It Caada says: It is reported t

; With my friend the Carmelite's wine. Philip Bayner wall not the only person tell you, so many questions to a! Do the relt Her head drooped.er and her eyes Cissimmea to Ft. Bassinger. would tm such a scheme u ae cholera cases abo Allansteamship

9 Jest where my tfenVs are doe I cannot dMLll who felt bewildered. Major Vfflars noticed come! a moment this if: intelligently .and ec'nombcallycarrl.d'out Circassia now farther

Bo But Allah the 1 bonor4re thank fcr the easy mare I think ride, the difference. In many of her "You will know who writes these lines, She was to herself by a glass Osceola promises unlimited support to ought prove very profita point, and that orders have been given

Tbe Lord for thqpvlno 1 drlDk.f' tastes and habits the girl was radically though I have disguised my hand and being held to her lips. the huntsman this old hunters ble. And if the first experiment should to stop here at quarantine.A .
changed. Though a good deal puzzled, "Drink this wine," said Guy, looking year; clai
he the
no name. it would beginning
no suspicion of the truth crossed the old lied broke from Toinette's lips. Such down at her with a strange blending more game than has been seen prove a success, which has special of Thursday from Blomg

man's mind. a strange letter, but of course Dulcie had tnger and pity in his da k.face; "and do Disston dredging was completed. of an industry ia room fo ton, III, says: Vice A

Bride "You are not like yourself, Toinette," written itl! Who else had known her plans not shrink from me so.' You will not be almost! indefinite expansion FlodL E. Stevenson will visit Atlanta, Oa.. &
Philip lltkpor's 8 he would 'You used to be fondof harmed." Ia addition the meat packing bulDe of the Crab
p ; giy. very when she took tn it leap from the latest advices from the t the guest new Cxer& on
mad The escaped such
society; now you never go out, or receive ferry-boat? Even them She made a desperan effort to rally. other ulocat indut a tanning the 21st of
your old friends whoa they call. You but Again her anxious gaze swept the room. tin robbers is to the effect that they are ad m"Duatu of fertilizersan4 in its Decembr .wi pcpate

I VI -- DKHAJORYILLARSffATALHISIAKE seem to prefer wandering by yourself in vaguely.She at the clock. There was It was like a prison. I she screamed for peddling Florida curosiie soap, would come up, and, incidentally for
the grounds." barely time to dress hersel and get to therailway help there was that. treacherous including life-sized photos of Orange tads would enriched and enhancer The attempt t start Beaver Falls millsof
Bosine watched her mistress curiously. station. for a hack and woman to hear. And she knew the hopelessness county jail.-Ex. ia value. b Carnegie at Beaver Falls,-

I [ Weary, wretched, and desolate, Dulcie relaxed set out at once, clo-ely veiled. of a struggle with the'pwerfnl When we read of the immense losses Pa., was compny. Twenty-two
kV her vigilance, and almost forgot, in villain before her. skilled workmen have been to
plenty of time for reflection, Toi: rafts of the West sustain assigned
1 the of her maid the role she Wit "What is the of this ?" Some twent-five or thirty cypress which the cattlemen
it presence was never have undertaken that meaning outrage positions in the rod mill. So far no indications -
playing."What. she demanded, in the haughtiest toae she are now lying in the Ocklawana! awaitingtowago in of the terrible
! fly RETT WIN WOOD.CHAFTJ2 journey. But there was no opportunityto dught of trouble have The
has come over my mistress?* weigh She must act instantly could assume. : to Palatka and Jacksonville. and blizzards to which that stOD i locked app
Rosine often asked herself. She seems or possibilities.. He laughed. These rafts aggregate 2,000,000 to 3OUO and then coatlplat supe men a quiet ,

!; /VIL so different since she ran away. Sweeter It was the reference t her lover that "That is a strong word to use, Toinette. 000 feet of lumber. lubJect pasturing cattle but firm.

BtTLCIK'S 8ECOXD.lJtHPTATIOa\ and more gentle, but so absentminded.She decided her. News of Phipl! Never mind Choose your own term It C which Florida affords, it seems passing Chairma Holman, 'of the appropriations
'*'Y darling," must be grieving for her absent lover.' "He has come back, said to herthrobbing does since you fell blindlyinto build- that the of this-state should committee of the house of representatives
; Guy Mandeville! who held the key to apart the cunning I set. So' expected Work on the new government strange cite
Philip BayuerWhispered hea. "Dulcie will tel trap you from issued a call Monday for the committee -
of the mystery, smiled grimly, and where to Then I no to find Philip Rayner bee? AH in Jacksonville is being pushed night derive their supply mainly to meet in Washington at 12
laid Even he did not he and The brick work on a portionof Chicago and Kansas City,
the who day.
I nothing. suspect longer. I will be sheltered by his love. tough were only man
gain kissing o'clock November 18th. It the
: ) erfiuBhed the struggle going on in Dulcie's mind, 01 The first flutter of excitement over, you!" the foundation is' six feet high. T he There; is no reason in arguing that good on i -

:s A iUleekh a v 8 that she was meeting Philip Bayner daily calmer thoughts prevailed. Long before She made no reply. It seemed as if he heavy iron supporting columns are on bee cannot be raised on our wild lands of Lh.iman Holman t prepare

!' missed&Dulcie's : In the grounds. reaching her destination, Toluett was read her very thoughts. What h-td he the ground. aue the practically wild cattle foundon : the a at fast I possible
.. \me"JOI1? He rested content in the belief that; his asking herself uneasily had"ated found out? Everything, judging from the tbe range are so inferior. One mightas : with a view to secure their early consideration -
:: A ton- hated rival was still absent, in the old Wisely. i ruse he had employed to entice her to well point to tbe "razor back" by congress.

;i t flu seemed world. But what harm could possibly result this lonely spot. How? Had Dulcie be The' following residents of Florida proof that fat hogs cannot be raised& Two masked men entered the bank of
} the
A So the summer days wore on, and Philip her? have received daring past
S She from to Dulcie's ? She trayed patents wild will Minn. Wednesday
yielding stock left to Woodstock at 8 o'clock
paralyzed. request here. Any run -
1 J. began to plead for an immediate marriage The house we are in is called 'DeadMan's week: James Papot, B sker's, milt-
V S must be vrondufully must have been influenced by some powerful when the best animals night and demanded of Cashier Perry -
degenerate; especially
"Not wait a little Dulcie he "It bearsa
yet longer Kiasimmee
; Cottage, churn Rufus E. Rose, ; pro.
like motive the risk would [ resumed ;
.\ .5- answeied. And her lover wondered why ,.or never nav bad name, and is by all the and for and dry- are continually being cule for and his assistant, Mr. Craig; that they
.... 1 1'oinette, since deceived.ejen her lov- Ler beautiful face paled to that dull, been iour Not a doubt crossed of hermind neighborho. Not the ghost of a chance Ce in phosphate apparatus rock. washing killing or shipping out of the Itte. pen the vault., One took Perry in
bad been the writer the
eis dead she was for while other forced to
white as spoke. here to disturb us, It would seem necessary company chtrge the Crl
I "I must tell hiat-I must, letter she had received. S
Oh, God! G ive me strength and courage though we were to remain a month. But proposing to operate this one does, enter the The robber the
cruel to a t vault
Toinette off alone at the
' leave she th'Jught.Uis him under a'false impres.don to tell him the troth! she prayed.But station. Only got two or three persons Bidgefield were the length of" our stay depends wholly Latest orange quotations: Brightsf give attention, first of all, tn the gradingup himself to he want The burglars
it was so hard, with a future of to $1 60, golden russets -
upon yourself. according ; Thus the
our native stock. with
of escaped
monant. in all around she
Cd' SP! for a sight After looking fa 11,0. Svr pa
bliss before her to Our
? she
/ perfect opening put up stay repeated involuntarily. $1.35 to $1.60. Market slightlyoff
tilted back if the intention has been to ties have in
But his caresses Were very approached a man who sat practice, not gone the.
her hand, and dash the ruthlesslyaway. "Those are the words I It would purut
cup of the of
loved'.him the wall in his mouth and used on account large quantity not used
sweet. She so; against a pipe be cruel to leave you rat-in- grade it down-an expression Del'a A. Btpdgett, a prominent man of
i and her life bad been full of misery. She At last there came mad moment, when ventured to make inquiries."That's tested hole." thi green fruit; well-colored fruit, god by stock men, but which will be readily Grand Rapids; surprised the community V

- i Br would enjoy a few moments of stolen she forgot right and duty, stifled the voiceof the shortest route to the river, Toinette looked at him bravely, tryingto sizes, will bring $1.80. understood. Our native cittle can b Monday Mic. from business.
1 happiness, then confess herself'an impostor conscience and the man said, eying the veiled girl curiously hide the S a and attention
promised Philip to fly sickening fta she felt. improved ia this way by Mud dividing estate of $7,200,000 into
and tell him thatToinette was with him and become his wife that very and pointing with one hairy, "You have some purpose to accomplish, Phosphate quotations at present in London their feed. tbree to his
hardened hand. S equal parts, giving one son,
,. it' dead.I night. and have taken this means to gain are as follows: Flonda rock Florida does not afford
' YOU "While pasturage -
John : to his eon-in-law
have counted the days of absence She thanked him and took the road in Vv Blodgett: one ,
She: stole back to her room, looking so
V ,* Philip went on, drawing her more wan and ghost-like. Bosine cried out at dicated. wound through a marshythicket. end" guaranteed, 75 to 80 per cent is quoted on which beeves can be raised that Edward Lowe and wife, and retaining
and I "Yes. But my purpose should be no at same price formerly, with tendency will rival those red in Chicago
seemed slaugbt ,
closely to him. "They long sight of her. looked lonely and deserted. a the other third for himself. His reason
r lonely. Even tbe historic places of the *Oh, my dear lady Are yon ill, ox The descending Bu threw slanting rays secret the earne to you which who has know been me the so well.controlling It is slightly weaker at 8i $d; Florida land a good second quality can be raised here, is that he has made all the mouehde
old world had charm for me. Day or pebble guaranteed 70 cent, is such will find extensive market.
no only unhappy? hotly upon it. Toinette walked some distance motive of life for per quote a an and wishes no further
long lire cr
i night you were never absent frommy "My head aches," Dulcie answered."Darken without meeting any one or seeing a for my bride,many beautiful a Toinette.daytowin iL7s, |d; Florida river rock, 60 to :percent This industry, rightly managed, ought to A of Thursday to the New York

thoughts, Toinette. It was a happy moment the room, and I will lie down." solitary habitation. Finally she took oft "You you expected my to succeed by is quot at 6s Jd; OaoUna :t become ;;ooe of the most Important ioFlorida. Times special from Governor Flowei
when I felt free to hasten back to her veil to breathe usingsttagem Albany says
The maid did as requested,then brought more easily. ?" her voice tremblinj unspeakable 60 per quoted at 6 .?-Times Union.
write letters has demanded the ; of Civil
i TOUT side. I dared not ; my rose-water and smellmg salts, offering to "Ibis stillness makes me nervous she scorn. wit ass ugnatons
would have been inttrcepted. But our remain. But Dulcie insisted on being muttered, stopping short and strongly : Service Commissioners Alex C. Eustace,
"I love I resolved to GROWTH OF THE SOUTH.
j! probation is at an end, dailing. We'will left alone."I tempted to turn back. "How strange that stop at nothing yon ,so madly means am or foul. Let A company of young ladies is being William A. Poste and John A. Bleicbe.

t,; not even think of it; any more. Heaven* wish to be perfectly quiet. You will Dulcio should: think it necessary to select us understand fai other. I am not one organized at Live Oak to drill against the The latter is the only republican
t has been merciful; we are together again. only distress me by staying." such a solitude for our place of meeting!' of the sort to be easily turned from a fixed Suwannee Rifles for a prize of $50. Twoor The Industrial Developement 1 the board. They were all appointed by Gov.HilL ..
He led her to a rustic bench under the When the turned in Just then there was a rustling in the \ Week.
Quiet key was purpose. Do you think I will' give up three enterprising gentlemen put Pas Treachery to their party is said &
trees-the same where he had often Not sat the lock Dulcie sank upon the couch, thicket where the birds twittered and sang the dearest wish of my heart because ofa up the money for ladies againstthe Regarding the situation a gener be the motive of the governor in the case
. a with Toinette in by-go days. a sobbing, and moaning piteously. And fearlessly, and a woman past middle theyouDa feeling ofconndenca prevails
8 woman's obstinacy? I will you amount up by the U of the democrat and offensive partisanship
V doubt disturbed his mind; he felt sure the of from bank the road mae fe The advance hi the
slowly, as she lay there, the voice age rose a grassy by Southern$t&:ea price
wife and teach love afterward. tbe drill to take in
you.to place sixty in of the
hi old love. my case republican mbtT.
a blushing girl was conscience again made itself heard in her side. ." company cottoi is maintained, the fact that planters a
V; 44 Your..guardian haLbaenj1yin: ; to_co heart. -Mll Lynton?" she said, in a question. days. aide wins is t contribute holding bnck th lag cp of rice fo higher The commisMonera are-appointed by thi
into di-tasteful With a wicked gleam in his dark eyes the well the shoflrs need of and removable at will.
IlCO ;you mamage -Gtrt4ije altar with that man before 1n respectful tone. prize money as as prices ae no money, governor are
td: "Cut love for me has made youF" telling him Who and.what you are, and That is my name," Toinette answerec he threw himself have it into out a chai."Let I doubtif door fees, to the school building. The arid:the. pbicefal ending of the strike in NewOrI.an. A Cable dispatch of Tuesday from
gto lesist. I know how brave and the vengeance of outraged Heaven will quickly. "You were waiting for me?" us Toinctt. "young ladles are for the drill and removes theonly tuble nt ia Munich Professor
ilize the but business ctaies.Tbe Germany, says:
fully yet; anxou : ,
been You you Pet
heroic have darling. are situaton
"Yes it Miss Dnlcie wish. I r .
you head it
fall said. was s
upon your ; feel confident
all the dearer to me for the strength, of aD you will before I am It war a wnningGadldenDemoct. iron market continue strong, with aIr tenkofer and Profeor Emmerich, .
to take to her,
Dulcie the please.
character yon have shown in thus holdingout madness.sprang up, goaded to vergeof "Where you she?"i you dreadful blow\me when von fled from < 0 a steady demand, and miners are m- have been conducting a series of experiments ..

against his pettr tyranny." Father V to "At the i see yonder, throng] Bonnyview Hall. It showed how deter- & coal output. I all branches of with cholera bacilli, .
"Help me, pitying help me hous you manufacture prosperity reported with a IJ tt
V mined to risk fate lather than 1
He but still she was mute. you were any far they have been able
paused do my duty, she prayed. 1 am so weak, the trees. V PHOSPHAT 1O8. brigbt out.ook. a ,
Perplexed and vaguely troubled, he bent to wicked, left to myself!" Toinette could dimly discern it-an un- yield.You Phosphate work in the Anthony regions Fortyeten new IndUt. wore &b and not individual conditions engenderthe
down suddenly and looked into her eyes. She crossed tho room, a look of desper- painted frame pottage of two stories just and my guardian had driven me progressing at its usual rate. No rocks lished or the.wek t epidemic. Both men have swallowed

.They were dark and full of fear. ite resolution on her face, and began byond curve in the road. to the verge of madness by constant per- being shipped just now, but a large gether with seven enlargements of large number of cholera bacill!, and yet
"Why don't you speak to me? Say that to the few simple followed the woman unhesitatingly secution. Major Via would have resorted r cs, and 10 important new Among
hurriedly gather together amount ia being piled up for future bud. but for slight diarrhoea, of them
love Toinette. It is so long, so to knew there wasumey Ihip th.new hiluBtiiM atSavannih.Gs neite
you me things Philip had given her. A book ; on approaching nearer, ar V
long since I have heard the ussuranee of few faded bowers but to beat again with Cgue. at stake, bn I could endure toil ments'. The Maryland company ., br works at Preston, Ak suffered any results
a photograph
from your lips." poems of himself.a terr of her and privation. I gave u eything, and large storehouse entirely full, the Lind and at ( Ten a cuj I of the experiments was a surprise to P

She flung her arms impulsively aroundhis "Be will despise me when he knows pulsi hea. nailed over with escaped just in time." & ner has about one thousand tons on itss Grenfld; Tenn., an a $ ,0 cnUoti fessor Pettenkofer, whose ter for-

neck. how I' have deceived him,". he said stout; planks; the yard overgrown witbwe -Well you are in the I toils again. More oring pbtformt. the Deacon has two cmpany will -h Galvet;Tex .,and erly was that, the taking any large
-I love you, PhH'p. hoarsely. "1 dare not keep anything to rank grass and straggling bushes; absolutely at my mercy than ever at Bon hundred ready"ta 4ry (by burning), b.florrinx:be. Q*.Gz, numb comma bacilli into the Ilt

Her words came naturally, as thongh remind me of the happiness that might ad neglected path, leading up to the nyview HalL There you ha friends; hereis of the Knott Ero*., J. W.-' net Tex-:grist mills a A1a S. 0., anf b followed by cholera.A _
she had uttered them a thousand times. have been mine." front door, looked as i no human foot- only Deb, a creature my par. No Roberts and Anthony Company are grow- Eli ick. 'a and an furnace at Nashville, Washington special of Thuridar"sajs
How strange that her very first utterance She looked at the picture many minutes step had pressed it for many a long day. one will dream of coming to look for you. tog quite rapidly. A. 975,000 ice a cold storage plant is '
should be the confession of her -such a look as we give the coffined dead The place is deserted! Toinette exclaimed Dulcie thinks you are dead; she has taken The French is still busy report-d( i'.ri', ., $. ,O Ice companyat : Heavy pension payments this
love I -then her kisses fell hot and fast upon it. leaning against the dismantled your place, stolen your name, and not even company and ver other C..VIptQb-E-coal companies at mont amounting to nearly fifteen mil! .
The strong arms held her as though farewell for. your unscrupulous suspects the erecting its machinery I'or T.xl :onVa., and Coriog- and an unexpected fanfaKoil-.''
"Farewell gate.
,darling Philip, gudic
they never meant to set her free. ever. When I next look face 1 "Of course Miss Dulcie would not imposture. work preparatory to starting its plant.It !ton Ky., a't75,0 oruarryinfc company&Lon- in government D *- ducea the

."God bless you, Toinette. Now I am ihall see it darken with anger upon,your grow cold have chosen it-, said the woman, quiety. You wrote that letter V to S entice me [ employs about sixty-five workmen, Little It.Ky.Bock, 110,0, ad ntuat-ui companyat "U at cash balance reIpt. t|37WO-

baok you must marry me at once. Secret- with bitter scorn." S "It was long ago abandoned to ra hereOf composed of negroes, Italians and Oartow, Fla Ak phphw 000., nearly all of which is eithe ia sub
ly, of course. We can never hope to gain For she had fully made up her mind. and vermin." course. I had to do something, yon Frenchmen. mill at Boie and HUIatoro,Texas,'a aidarysllreroron deposit national
'Major VilLirs' consent.* Only once did she hesitate-when everything "Must I ge in there?" know. I found you by the merest The Central Florida company has its Oi factory a Gr Ga.. tobacco factoriesat tanks.' Secretary says that notwithstanding .

"No, no," Dulcie cr ed, struggling out had beengathered into a little bundle -Jut as you please, Miss Lyton It chance -or was the devil guiding dryer, dump carts, tramway, etc., nearly StafesTille .N. C.a cotton mill the recent Pot unusually heavy
of his embiace, us if suddenly recalledto and lay with a tiny heap of waste paper isn't an inviting place; I me? -shorn after you were rescued complete and be in full operation ft Mari.la Tails, and a kiin.m 0.18 demands' on the and the fact
herself. Such happiness is not for in the grate, and she had taken a that you hesitate. Yon can wait under from the river. I am the ben- ia a few days. wi has been using its ton Tex., irisl a wlen mi Fairon&-, that trt '
Furniture to
mel0 match into her hand, then she fell back those tees, if you like. Perhaps Miss evolent dot they told you about large derrick for several days in removing Carol D, Ark., f.cri. ar, b earriags at t sugar to boDt1 Je'w" "

Why do you say that? I thought you suddenly, white and gasping, and heard Dulcie come to you there; I will"The after your senses. From your burdens. Toe Russell drypria factory at.nek.*, Fol., Al at Mo nearly te, '
stood at distance from while delirious I learned the des- over against seven million '.th..pesvlousyear
loved me. the voice of the cottage some ravings fo
tempter whisper: A' ami ClarendonanlNcttOM. "
bile wf p'aning '
-lo I do. But-" "Why make this sacrifice? Toinette is the road The woman pointed to a cluster perate pla you had formed to hide away a special feature of ths! plant, and the &! Ark, m. & be was confident't will b no

How could she tell him? And yet it dead, the truth known only to yourself. midway between the two, and let this girl Dulcie palm herself o first dryer of the kind used for phosphtiwork. Tenn., Attfh.! l Tex., and .& S, o-Lto. deficit in: national ',the,

I must be done. V Ton have only to close your lips ins where stood a dilapidated.rustic bench for you." rt' ve w rki at Annistun, Ala. and BrinklfT, present &year.
Philip," she cried suddenly, standing ence." Toinette walked to it and sat dwn "ft5was her startling likeness to me Ark. V V 1
\ before him pale and trembling, look at She shuddered; a sharp cry broke S from All her misgivings came bak redoubled that suggested it," Toinette said, frankly. Water works are to b built at Si'Can-
me well. Is this the woman you left behind her: Great white beads stood thickly on force the moment; the woman't What was the use now of keeping anything ton, Ky., and Clevtlmd. .Ag KOLB LEGE'iAUD1V: j
when 30U went abroad her forehe.id. The long, dreary years oft back was turned There could be no occasion V back? FLORIDA TOBACCO.A new Iui ding of the week reported ar bal --

'"Yes, yes. The sweetest creature in all lonely life stood out before her mental for this caution and secrec. She "To be sure. You ha no idea of destroy certain young leaf merchant in New : at nt blooH at Franklin Tean., ,a Ky.college, a'939 at 000 Addresses letter.to tkelsflikten',

the world." rision like ghastly milestones. She had almost made up her y from yourself you jumped into York, for whom a particularly bright Knovle.., a hotel at Edgefcld, 8.Lxg Asking" *
You are deceived in me. I am not might live to be an old woman with this the fear-inspiring spot, when her guide It was simply a trick to deceiveDulcielead future is has been very greatly $:j.oOI8( t4'10)Hln'ioto Ya., a Jail at Pu lor'u'Irr. .
what I seem." bitter at her returned alone. her to fall in more readily pdict *? A :
pain gnawing continually amused in care- a
He smiled into her troubled fare. heart. You are to come into the house,please.with your wishes. You rent Major Vil publications which wa-ehow Jau.nvJe ia Hon. B F. Kolb,. late candidate- fo

"Don't say that. Nothmgcan shake my Happiness lay within her -ach. She Miss Dolo'e's message. She bade an anonymous note that he might essly conducted their trade papers that, this TBAD-KMAX, ChU&OO4, Ten. governor, pualishet 'an,' open l.fa: .
T informed readers
faith in you, Toinette. had but to grasp it, and be blessed. say a gentleman you know i waiting ing to receive the half-distracted gir dressed to. the lexisUloreV. .C ; ,
Philip, will you not understand? Listen "Not at that price! she cried aloud. there to greet you." when the ferry-boat touche the young merchant's forty-acre tobacco vened Tuesday, charging I uchJ t
; let me tell you while I can-" Striking the match against the tiled Toinette sprang up. her hea beating know evring. s. It was the plantation in Florida has produced this RAILROAD MAGNATES late election for state officer; lkig

What? That suffering has made you hearth, she watched the flames lick up fast.. A gentleman to; se Whe mad schemes, such a its initial year, exactly 200,000 poundsof for thorough investigation. .
nervous and distrustful of yourself? I her poor little treasures with their hot, could it b but; Philip, her handsome could only have suggested itself to awoman's leaf. Endearfrlni; t Bemedy the DrC.4Uln Tb the M f mbers of the Oaneral H.1'of
can understand all that. Let us forgetthe hissing breath. young He was b ck again! Dulcit brain. You only thought of "I I get pounds from my forty *tied of *. Y or attention J respectfully called. .
dark, bitter days through which we As the day waned a fearful tempestarose. had told him all and brought him there to hiding away, no matter how, or where, said 20,0 young gentleman, "I E b1 tad which X reliably I :
have been mst-ing." I. The reverberating thunder vivid .give her a happy surprise! until your absent lover came"back, and shall be mighty well With the There i was an earet ad protracted t t I the renpectivj ;:
He drew her down beside him again and flashes of lightning and driving rain were In a moment she would be in his arms, you could claim his protection. h pl..ed this conference in New York City Monday, aansdbeunr a: e1 held I Alabama
leaf itself which
.L kissed her lips, all the deep love of his in perfect accord with Dulcie's mood.At feel his tender kisses upon her lips. Toinette made no denial. I would haT year 1 am content.is : 11 grown, isn't Durnatrn of owners and president 01 southern co the fist Monday I **T<-

heart shining in his eyes. last the storm swept past. At nine Quick!" she panted, clutching her little been useless. but it quite is a merchantable tobacco, railroad and steamship lines. A general Icfaarge that upon fair'in inveatigstioa the o_
II "This is your place, darling. Be con- o'clock she stole softly from the house. hands together, half mad with exitement. "The best laid schemes will aug desire to demoralized Itttfcm rrn perletrtbi! Concentsatom
'" nevertheless and I to sell ,
tent" and 'Now I ready to Lead on!* a-gley, he went on, mockingly. "Withall expect every remey pet BI-Bu1.
Philip was pacing up down in the am go. rates
. What could Dulcie say? .Toinette was 'watery moonlight before the gate. The frowning old house and lonely neglected your cunning and dJ you walked pound of it at a proft which will encourage Booth led to the calling of the meeting o th t -Yad.oo, ,, B'L..
f dead-at least so sbe bllieved-it would he longer inspired her with straight into the trap Yon a my me to with tpy work. ) .Bbe1b SU
-C me, darling, whiepered, seizing garden, no Mr. W. P. railroad !. Pike, ''O.
.V-1 do her no wrong to keep the secret a little both her hands. My carriage is in the Philip was there! Any place wiU prisoner for any length of time I may see I is absurd to expict to raise the same by Cye. Every invited to Bomt n Tafckde, Walker 11 Wiloo*.1
c longer. thicket yonder."- tr. be a paradise.The fit t detain you here It may come to a quantity of leaf on a Florida plantation and steamship was be shown by convincing tt a .

So the second great temptation of her "Philip, you must not tempt V ; me. 1 hall was dirk,dirty, and smelted of endur-ince between us two, but; I ia the Connecticut tobacco growers raison end representatives repr H. B. tatty o 1&.e fotj-fl "
f life came to her. Later as she tossed on cannot go-" like a vaultThe woman went stumbling hope not, for your sake. On one conditionI their farms. Florida leaf ia not so Plant pteide. E'e road _.fUlWt Ib.myscU .

her sleepless conch, thinking it all over, Even as she spoke, making a weak attempt along in the darkness, and threw open a will open "these doors and let you walk luxuriant as New England leaf, and the runnIo Int the icluing'! the abcnttenUMosaadfertbetkae_ hsadsiqrTbomM naiedirof
at ,
t slumbering conscience avtoke. She resolved to send him away, her head door at the further end. oat She looked once. into his bold,V dark face and ground produces j18 about as much a Louisville ad Nashville, Ct' Q-totem far governof.' .' '''.'sv*.. '
: to tell Philip all in tin morning. drooped, and lay with its shining mass of Please step in,Miss Lynton, she said. her heart sank. The thought of being he Cuban tobacco land yields.!' Central'of Georgia, by H. R Hole ,HUM frauds npon the will il t.W.;

'! But when they met, and she saw the golden curls upon his shoulder. 'The ,person who wishes t see you is in shut into such a lonely place with this "Is there a future for leaf?" the Tau Terminal Hoe only aahtevedat the pU ;V
look of joy that flashed into his handsome Raising,her tenderly in his arms, he there. the merchant Fi..ria. the- the' California railway were in many iaatanoet, vfeoontvfetarnfairboardof
, face,the confession died upon her lips. bore her onward a few steps, and placed Toinette did not hear her glide sly desperate man was appag. yr.uag was represented l usually- by its president sod. p. s-. ,
answered "
Why should she speak, and make Philip as her upon the soft cushions. back to the front door, close it, ad t [TO- BE COTZXUD.IHow 'Not a bonanza future. be two three other officers. Batoday fbHowbi{. ISj iafermstiou. l
unhappy as herself? She had not lost; consciousness; but she the key in the Jo "but there is certainly a prospect that in or t u f is of the i utm $anthesdi ea-
found tobacco will bare a The Goje.of the meeting 'were fully *m.to amts-yov that sawnaHntton -
I wiJ wait a few days, the thought; was worn out with the long struggle. The Crossing the thshold Toitt women change theh time the FlordJ
SOON some
and others .and will establiah ti or--
then it will be easier to tell him the strength to resist was gone. in a square their husbands! Mrs. good Te flavor of the leaf i explained by Mr.Clyde by your body
truth." She sat pale and still as a ltb hei her it was mid.atnoon a light tone respecting her peculiar to iael should call call a long discussion di.h.f: that l.owW laa.' na.

V She did not realize that invisible chains neat blue eyes shining' p blae in buried dimly on a table mdde of Spinn wa forever telling the hubd an agreeable fltvor, It burr superbly, there to .thenecessiiy of the people to mad sapxsme. sada refSHrr
from which it would soon be impossible to the dakel&every good blw the room necessary the that Wu''wor sU i h but experts fell m"; and also my of taking Immediate action .to a goveranSent maintithid h

escape were forging their linls around ; wer by the breath o windows been boarded over, and wv bread, ad he got te own her Philip gave her every opportunity to kdored lover. further screened by the dark, heav railroad aet she su te company only in.a combination, threatened complicatiots! among faadsbaUoverthruw-S the rights at taepeopl*(

ipeak. He found her changed in some CHAPTER ings. I bra. &ddo1 with other employed I won't undertake outherrisflroad., There..'generally .--LBy.Za.do take
indefinable way. Often he would sit and EHIBiFFZD.l VU i Even in that uncertain light the place I tobacs. combinations ex iessvd the 'railroad V The inaugural crmooie not
gaze at her in puzzled wonder, conscious had a slovenly and neglected lk Again A SURYIYOB of:Jtbe famous "LightBrigade" to enumerate or suggest possible people d.pitoa-ta: regulate 'place till the first Monday .December
of difference One day when Toinette .was girl's but I know that several manufacturers elfs rumored if the legialalare faIistota.omescfiou
.u V a nd vainly searching his Lit thrill of shot at tot it
"--own mind to determne: in what it con fat on the road to recovery \\ b. 1 a With fe quick step she gained the i" t b; dp are doing very well wit Joo ,the rats of transportation 1w per Kolb will.estajHab;
He .
sisted. begnni to lay plans for leading the heat table and turned the lamp into a brighterAseao sy 'tfct of which Florida leaf is a part. -ltDt a fewsbippers t Acm a dual'government"; ttktag* ,tbeqosJst" f
rtviae and
down\ t re* -
bv appointed
the V
Often when he
:recalled little incident. tnement.hu Tobacco 1Uea that.day."
.- of the past that would have been as river a W&brought to the did eo, a tall f, advanced : Jouma! port :of action.. pn.',of the important ." office pn _
.,familiar to Toinette as to himself, thev door by a messenger. \ from the darkest corner apartment, T et'i the t animal to count hex V (!suggestions mode waa that an executrfejboaid > V .' '
S V J gal would have no recollection of She opened it in great agitation.\ Wht and a voieo that struck deep terror to sn.'ntather'worth s- V V A New the E.teT. Inquirer, br. !the. S-utfceru: ,Railway ro1Jp,.Soap 'rsnd:' :SilvatJoX*J*. ttcMn.njMy&t&B'mmi
$_V'V of the old.time friends had found er out said mockingly annum, .Acring t Ph1elph
V her soul purr and Steamship o
them.Strange trouble to write? for the muc UTe or- A.ptaUo : \-B.
that you should have forgot. and taken the \ is taking a deal of trouble V .crtla'cpiailt 1.appit
Un,* he said again and aThlse ..The letter was YUeJ ia_a d 14 -Thi en interview with yonToinette.It E:aolz ad ,Land company, to eooaUt of rinxort. ; dli Br ll _1T.:

vents a.. as fresh in my own mind at had and read thus Guy ilandeville's triumpb2( OA1ut 1-r 8 a baty if ". pperitf} Florid*,'U|,pbjtct. ipecttt'UttisViiutf4,.pf: : { ...#
.,ha.thannna T itard*T.f. "I: ,saw: & boat piok you who J01l was ptutie4.*W '-". I S Jtt' II .;>r ,..M:4";. :
1i"1 1 gift ug. 'whlc q feV .It PiP V .-' .i $: ,':"V.'."-..- i "1 .,-. ...".', .)... -',.-".' "..'(:'.

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B3ADfonpCoosiif TELEGRAPH.rrPDBUSHKD % -' How Hatiton is Hampton Tr oJpiiigs.? JJampton 2s V nil V 1 1V I [ to Mr. Jo.ophOrawshaw LF4_ in s memory Vtui'eIbd 1y Circuit Court Notice., Fourth Judicial' Circuit of

right-generally one nf she liveliest little of ho lovine wife, who departed this life Sept. Florida. Bradford'. County.-I chancery VV' : IVLUREZV
Eli bfth LalyeyV
f WEEKLY AT 21, 1892, at L.awtey, Fli.] JR 'FJUV
towns i in the Smth. Thi*people of Jlump- V
If .FLORIDA. 1 Wltli foluetl hands iu calm repose V Jiratus (1. III''!, TJiouias .T. Burrin. Max..$tern,
k* ton ldkL tuite :ui fntcrrbl lit lui'thling up A lovrd oi.e hi-? itUin5e! >-p.An1 Joscpb A.; Kedi'niti James II. Foss, ErvinB.
I.C.WEBB. tne -\>i. :..vrci, .1 uavs'l.lf WiitpI I Jutit titiifl. 2J. Ja.m A. r hertrivn -
EdtorandPubIIshor. the chinches, etc.. nixl mayo thee good
>r 1 h..i iy vl,:i'3 i-t-p. ..tivllb*Tt K. JIT.l-r.
V cliutchrrf in tit-lr llle; (own. niul V is quite: Vii- itofHUt ctin 2ntly lil >vttrr V Jt beinc in&tleui a1tV.tr j by. the afil-av odTlmro.
SUBSCRIPTION tte ,winl V s. K.: t'Ksrp: ''coii-ju.nna t' Micuor, tl at
bi:V : 81.00 A TEAItJSnlertd a nice place for liotli ycjiin;*; ItII! oM pepie. <> ri.i; e th., win e i.Vis gr>rifOf the; u'-' %' nta.-it drfez1tSnS. -klnx Sf-rn Jo eitfiA
V JI Fo* Ervin B. Whit- Prices
1ediint.in. Janr ft
According to Act nf Caiffrrrfin The streets urc dry unit nice, and ii"ble mm 1 on I > .rfio1 r:tre.I'urr nel V >:ivid friovil. 'tSV Jatm-s A. Sherman an1Alhqrt Will Sell at

J eaiet anything want. There tLouent- il. aii-1 xi'cse1. K. Mi'ler. are n'in rvslJerits cf the State 5
the That SlarU Fin &iid yotj you V
Qffltt. ,, atMatter. We i hei isii lir s.all H flat inoAij'l of Fl ) nU .in t that diey nr- o-ch over the ppof
(.l,1.Lu urc several dry gad: and grocery fcture*. hears tme tei. !.M nfIIop -... twenty en'- yeirs. nml that thtir n'aces' of
; V 1 jaunts beyon 1 anil >ii X4 stOe.ico .mil post ,ftlH; AiMr S-WH are respite IN I BUTTONS
: one drug store and >i shingle and K Wpiill. the i&15 GLOVES BUTTONS-flNVTIjiNG
Woi J- w.i w HI .J i:eaThnt /. ivilj jn toll iVf*: Jinx s'tfrn IM:lein th> ..OJtv ,

; The orange crop,, this season is !. The saw mill will onai Miirt in mr trials and aSiictMiisB of Chittiitn state tit (5 .ifIa, whose postofnc ,
I < St t.t us for tl8; otnr sp.u-ie. mMress Is Suviiijnah. (ieorgla; Joh A, t
turning out much Letter than was good shape. HS j it ia no .*. in new hands' A \Vlite for us f.uiiO lU-iMins'-on reticli I.i the county of C T> lia >,
't; STOP MiJiv1E1Tiiil jr 1V.tI ou M wal; S ate of Ohio, -wiio--e postoRioe aJ . anticipated, an 1 there will be many I genlleuiiin from AUcon, Fit. is going to i To meet usAt 1 Sf1: Ino; Jamc> ll. ioss resides in SulT 'lic For the Next Days

'k f V: boxes fthippe<1 from Starke, as well have M Iramfoud binli from Hampton out the Kl>: en ga e. county,state nMas achu-etts. who epr -tofiio<* 3
luto the country fur beveral miles west of uldrc Winthrop. JJa.-ssa< huettKrvin B.
i w
other in the Mcriers. lie tr the word< of co-nfort
f as points ronnty. the lowq wljerK: Il'.ere \\s pieniy uf flue / See Outs YiIy in tears and grief(Us i tir? ; \Vhitaevrr3iJes in MiM'us-x! counts, stiite of s
; Mts-. cniisctt-, who'o po-tofilif a'ldressls Somem'.le -
The cqtton although consldprably liiqlicr. She is In-tin in ileli i.iei-ij-s! M.14- clitiM-tto: Uivi-t Fl">d. c'rr.p AuJ tiSitioi'b trQ iero t '
The cif Michlice. < .iv.
iiu-rpjiniils Ilninpt'in whose
jre R1!? Suffolk tat M: KS.idiu->ettii.
hhort t his NJ will M To !tovi.i K h.>bb.lC '. a ei! faihs r
.r F ton brng

;; very nearly as much inom-y it did l rpin faf aid i.car to tr.ide witli 5 iln-in 1ur..iu : -s il ark ii >(I i 3 h5. .11 t'lin.. JaiULt A. Sh riian rtsitle" In Cheshire coiiat d-,
-Lttt if Ne'v Iila'ni ahirtV, wh.'se posoiflce V
with full The "hey[ come idi the trmn "ev Hiwr I Al li -1 li.i.Lc 1i ill! iVe.l. E.
last year a crop. wny OVe li'rer.veTiie hesa I; Kte"e. New imp-Jure*, atiil Albert STOfKINOS
: uh is iu Ito'' .thtr di :ant placis l It' lUmpUm tobuy lii'e"-' brvathli :;iilii r, rci.t. -. in Noi folk count statrt Of Mosvat -
high prices r.
are U >eedham,
heir !>..**\\hnsepoaloflUre aiMrt>s ,
I tVCtttVC '
V t>uppli< s, ilny cm; puiity u-.i i :: : Mit'IL i'imtts
Always sell their country pnHli for u Xo uioie JL'-.ID. is i' therefo: ordered that the above named 4
If Senator P.isco
V Kticceeds himself may bi1 o ltLVV i-ha-lng tl.u II. A O.Abscltstoly ,
E good llrict suit buy gtnn.Uliti.ipWiHi.m.s tUfuiiiaiits' Max Stem. .Joxeuh \.Ke-l.linjton;
the country' will be safe; if some CI List Vt' d oh hit tlint yon I jioiiiilyhaven't 31, Jan.e-t A. SS erum aid Albert K. MHIer ,
I pthcr good man takes his place the lip quite n nice lot of oranges The orange (h.p. in1 th--y and ecch of them are h64tb\ *

: world will not know the) difference, crop is short this year owing lu the time to look al anythinir, re.issii1 t >t>"iPi 1. ansnva-ordemur to the Dill ofcoupdi"t L I
infavoiahle flied In this cause on or befora ilriftli
vtcalher the early -i-priiii
; unless perhaps he should! be : Jay of Deeember. A. t). 1892
present i1
ifou cnteittin
:- The llarapou country is one of Hie' rim but joti're wning, : : thesiu/l bill will be lakeu in confessed against
vome time and cast a vote. to bo found for oranges and plht-r nueruils I i tist'tii.it .

iV'V and for strawIn-mes anti general any such idea. You cin't helj being 3 RYAL2tt VI is flirt Suer onlere'1 that a copy of thiij order

It looks if the Starko and is he ]iiilih ned in the Bradford County TFLF.qrtAPH GOODS '
ruck filIal
lt AS High groA-ing it h.ml to its iquil! a buyer of iHotliinir, and it's as u\\eUly new spaper piblUhed In Starke, Bradford BLACK DRESS >*<
: Springs railroad is at last going to I was at the home of one of our l>e tWiners. County. Honda, ot.ce a week for lour con-

- Mr. .1. XV. laii'tun. on Tuesday; !Alight that it slan.J1 secntive weeks preceding the date nbova mentlonetl. -
be built. The gentlemen who have pl.un: as you of
; V Done and ordered by me this 2Jth day
wits. swet g.ihcrcd.
having patatoes ?: Oetober. A. I I). 18J2. Vi'. T. WEEKS. I
:the matter in charge *ef in to be hustlers V
look before
After looking over his beautiful in hand to you prchi8e. \'fl1 [EALJ Clerk Circuit Court. *. ..
and tiny are pushing the work orange groe loaded with nice vdow!! By N D WAIXRIOHT Deputy Clerk. Inducement
V V You can't afford to do business 1 hat the above and foregoing Special
V forwaid with all possible speed. orai.ges, 1 wns ar-kKl to go iulii the meat hereby certify ,*
; is a true nod correct copy of the original order
uusu. "There. he 8.iid. "is .ny bard for with shut or buy a 5- of publication in said cause as s now on
The inV the coining ye-penLy'! to do my-elf u"rt your eyes V't p tile i. inv oflice. W. T. \YBEKS.SKA11 .
great presented t f.
the question of the i wife-all uiuni| one h<'g." I thii k lusiid pig in a bag; neithci do youant [ N. \VAI.NRIOHT.. D. C.Notice. Clerk Circuit Court. !
closing days campaign By !
about 150 pounds. lie hUii bad fix other FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS ;

V now answered. This government nice hogs from which he got large qu ui- tov buy Clothing blindfolded, orhat's : ; V s -*

cannot Ue bought by any amount tities of I ird and meat and then he Ins
ilxNit 25 I Iniblx-ls of and tluitit, \\ the same thing, buy them TK Circuit Court. Fourth Judicial Circuit
good Corn
the plutocrat may put up, if only I Stats of Florida, Bradford Conty.-ln

: the) people ate made to comprehend 400 bushels of fine sweet potatoese without! fir.t Uuving! seen our stock. Chancery: V
t ; went over to his oilier little grove, ant' lu-ns 1C. Cuter 1s All-Wool Henriettas, Cashmeres, Bedford Cord, the Xew Drap

: ., the iwme pre. ented.f here wete the (ieavio-, loaded trees of V Bill for Divorce.,
1 L _ Stop a moment! A man may hurtle Puro.A Marlon loiter. ) '
Tangerine oranges I have ever seen TV It beinr wa 'c to npprivr bv lli aWdavit of the d'Alma. Linen Table Cloths, Napkins, Biff and

Cleveland will have l but little 411 the trees were so heaviiy ladea with to fast that he hurtles himsi'lf out of bain >erHiRhest of coinpnia.nt! aj'pni'lrti to I1IC bill iu ShOd cause.
croaiu of tartir s vjW' thai aboxe-iijinerl defemlan', Alarion Carter, .
trouble to find enough goal
to till all the officehe[ has looffer. ground. I giut* there were at least ten an opportunity. Weare "offering 't'tnt Food 1t jiort. ides majn j county brain ot UeWKia, and
4 ; boxes ou the two trees ROYAL RAKING PotrDr.T Ct).. 1
Already the scramble foi It is a sweet time nl the Misses J.4dish's for the and cotmt>. and that saul dt. ei ilant is over then
\YOZtLl>fS i-'AIlt A JAR I.TMS eot i\\tntyn"vear it is thvi c-fcre ordered WINDOW SHADES-PATENT ROLLERS
office has commenced and will
grow this week They itre miking sugar tl.at eabote! name*! tVrc.idant. MtirJo- Carter.be ,
warmer as the time for the chang.rt' and syrup. a.nd evt-iyihing moves along NEXT THIRTY BAYS req iatl l t II { ei.t answer or deiitur to tLe
thi> C. II & I) .
nicely have or Givii Away by bill flVJ in siiJ < ti5 on rtr before OIL nth day Latest Improved. t
They splendid ;
in the adrnniistraiion advances. a crop; the "World's Fair Ifotttc" of December, A 1>. Ifc'ii the taiue lK\njr the first
oranges and one of the finest looking Frosit i'infiuiiati.A 3Ioii'l. } ri.a.1 iMiMt'i aia a rule day ->f thf; V
:' gloves in this $Ctlfl. Mi. Frank Hicks Unparalleled court, or the s:iij U'l will te Uk-u Si coi.fessed
There is no reason why Statk n'ufi eiit iilJiii'n a near n.MghlH>r to them, m ide quite a ni: < jvain-t

V hhould! no\\, he a winter resort of success in use strawberry bu>nuss lastseusnii 1iDc"t1VLLLNj\ -\\.s II.K 1 wi: ;xii''M' J'i'cl by the U.. II. iti be It puu'iuheit is further' s.o.ee onlireJ a u erk Iht n Ivr coy ioui' of concutive'eeks thit notice

home |irflinlnvnce. If our people He had but one acre from whih ) i) wit it-li \\:11 be sunl u< any iiiMressufi'ip .'n In th* Itradfort f'oumy TEVEGBJIPH. i

p:' \x-ould make a effort to let c-Ienreil $5OO. lie has t wn acres planted V 4f ( f.'N j in J 5!;ui'p The Cisi-;i lVt-e'ldy ieysraIr rniiii-tlied 1.1 said eotit-ty ol NEW.MILIINERY !
greater ordt-reJ l ntMa JOtli
Bradford Uone VII! by
( t1'flalI. ilnn.ilio'i Mi'il Lvtou, in connK'- pi
.:: t/onrists know qur advantages this season. A go.id n.nny ot the ll.iiuploii tIny of(VtoLcr, A. D. 1HC W. T. WEKJU.IL .
great '
V in the In All O.irDEPARTMENTS.- lion with this "':on l"iilf.! is the oii'.v
p eijije urn engaging sirawbeiryhu [ S.J 1 Clerk I'u cuit Court.
VhureyouVl he hut little difBeulty in .' line running Piil'man >ii! ril! safety Cliik.Iheuby .
ineii. and ha plants are looking line..My j Bi" N. I) WAiNniciir. Ieuty
: li.ling the town with tourists \ cry father. T. J. Dutdcti. has about three vt'felibiileil tr.iins with timing cars from ciiti i ttt.t! : Hie al-o\e i ia *.true copy Just Received from New York.
Vcivt i" of tie 01 S"1'1'' now tile i" "O oWei
: easoq. acies that are very flue and is still plant Cinctn'iili t to Cir.i-i: o. --riie H TVei-ks.

_ ing. He is also putting in four aciea of I /.Jive ns a Call. ti.iinsot the C.. H & D. tire ;i.dir.iilfllytlie Clot W Cu-uUit Co.irt.BvX j

: Third in word of cabbage.Mr. "tiii "-i HI t : lii" aunt the hue is nrepu.ci.liive V.'AiNRiaar.. H C. Lajces Feathers and
party a the past. oct: Sifh 1UiNotitw Finest Line of Hats, Ribbons* Tips eier
"S'v.iM's F.iir Uls.
t .iI those' good people who were vieo. Livingston and his wife and Best Calicoes made, only Cc petiard. : VVV
brother of Brunswick. Ga. novisitiinr For tic kits. intii u' C., aililn-s :my t'. I IIfc I. Uiider'dt'irts
members of that far Public;: ? Jon.IiAM Brought to Strke. Comforters, The
antiquated party friends and relatives in Humph.i *nd All new st\le- 1). ii i-iii. T Lth! our .illniiii sein] \ oiraiilu"

have forgotten that they ever were Stinking after propeily flfl iieie. He N i ->. \\itn 10 i-: i>'s in -t.tniji*, is' 1McfonauU -. O > OrFICC .T 'OetttOi J MS. Stt.IL.; 3Fiji.:l'flV .. I( Nicest Line of Shawls lied
# .' Anything but democrats and thparts' improving his grove which he expects Gingliatnsvoilh 10 and l2o, (miVool \ O.: P. c; T. ngeat. Cine: i- V"O I'r. I is lu-t ttty {.iven lint 11.9 followrnj1 ,

to make his Inter home later it.iii O'm tn.ti M-liItr loa ifd! n .t ei-nt liis inlcntion
has to smash notwithstanding on.XVell Cftnsforters for the ext Two WeeksV
gone Be to inuke rum) Iii-., I in s'pi'.irr the great hue and of wUhiii much ucces to all the and liist s iid proof tti'l' Is' in uli' ptf .ri* S F.
cry people and he TELKGKAFU. I will come IT IS A DUTY yon owe yonraelf and fam- llanfo d.l i irr! >. cf iii- I irt-iiit
V the leaden to the 'contrary. to a close as I am bound for Albany. Ua \ Alt.uM: % lUf. fly LoiiomIze to gel the Sn best o'ir loovvrear value far by jour purcbaptv. money. V (*ovt Sn1ag. t'a'
where I find to (I's. ami Ms of L. DougLab Iilioc wihcli represent the 1 soon i.nten, of itigI&Liui.l. 1 Kt. H F Xo. lTo-55, V AT SPECIAL PRICES !
; The first practical result of the plenty 5'l'f teit ntuo tin' pricc asked, a tbuu.uuids for the N X of N K H- i'ec2l, T4 S, IJ3 K.He .
pretty young ladies Respect fully. All Gull briESi UuUJ.iREDUCED! will urstity naii" the fo'low- im -s>-!> ta prove Ms
? democratic victory was an advance A/0 I). WTALL S NO PTJB5TITUTZ..23 CO tl UoUS lesidoitee UK.I| an'S l CU.iUatioll <'f 1

V. jn the prtve-of both wheat and cot A Letter from Georgia. siidl.iid.iz l\iig tt.Kii-.iia: I H.I B Ihilscn.Vui i'.uhzett. all of_ \ViIkerso.iiMve HuhlinrIria. ,, Dress Braids and Trimmings' of All

ton. \Vhen detmxjralic legislation ALEX. I.ircm. Uegister.Iu .
.TOHNSTON Srvrtos. GA N >v. 12. *
Kinds Matcli Our
next winter has opened to Western the Coi.ntj Judge's Coui t. Bradford Cout.ty, .
farmers and Southern the This i is a beautiful pi ice to build n town. State i.f riorula.BytheJuJgeo .
V planteis -KOK THE-
but tho town is not being built in any said Court Diess Goods. .2
4 markpts of the world, grain and cot prslbte jurisdkton.In .
pish. The country is productive of pears, the inr.tt'rof the bii ncstitm of insolvency of
will reach known in
ton not
prices the .st.ie: Of henry K *iorkiItcea-eU, fl:oil by
1. t'cUt ptat:lies, apples ptates. corn, long and Nor I u \\'. T. Vets, i>.lniJi>i8trntorofn:ii-1 e..fcile.

years. short cotton. sigar caue. oats rye rice *VVVk \\ \\'IirRi\S. W. T W$ ,K$. administrator oft J. G.
ll-j. state ot IleiirK York. Hti of Brftflrtl ALVAREZ
: At la.st thp. great labor strike at and politics. The majority, of the farmers *( foniitv.Slatf vt F'o.' iil-i. tl. hn< lila

: the Carnegie iron mills at Home- in the county are prosperous. Many Pitestley's Silk \Vurj I nesnieit.it U.ty fiVil of! Saul in uij es:ate.T'ese oiT.ie. a suKge&tion ol the Iu>olv.enivv '

Head, Pa., is declared off. The of them have stowed iiwny in a safe place 48-tncIi, 1.25. V : or' th) < rt fere notify s nl RdnionTsh FLORIDA CENTRAL fiND iPENINSULftR RAILWAY. j
V all persoi:s hthiIitigcaim.! against said ebtute to
: Strikers themselves voted smad
by a hot year's cotton crop and are welling abr tile the same in lay o31i', duly autl ntieu'nl. on

!: majority, to go to work in the mill .ad grin in consequence of t lie rise inth" All \Vool Ilenih l.i*, -48 iiuli, 9V or l.y the i9'li tiav JanJiiij, A. 1) IS o, on Honda; Trunk line.i Tampa Short line
of the the Savannah w Uicli (!iay tli re will be u pro rata distribution of
fleecy stuplpn
a* non union Those who will price
men. the n-sets tw-ioinjinif to haul (suit the
t market. 'I he smoke of ple'"y rurm Fancy Suittt'gs ut Seal lucei| prii-e ci wtifor* of the s line.Vntnt'ris % among And to all points in South, Mid.lle and W.-st F'ori' he able to obtain work will be
extrvmely Direct ccnnections to all j>oints.yorthjCfct tiid Northeast.
from the broad chimneys ol numerous nit lu'.i.d and tfnl of court this the 20th i n fc &

fortunate!, as nearly all the farm hands while the \\\zy grunt of the Elegant Ti untiling to in itch.A day of Juiy, A. I1. Ib92SE V : lime Curd. In .1892. _VV I V
[ VL] Wi:. F. MAJ.rnrKS. = s.uEi V '
; jdncen are filled. tleepy porkers from the potato fields on ofInfants1 9a Jiii:9.1802 County Judge.Notice. SOUTH.Ko. ;;;;;;; lORTtfilw 80CTH.Xo. VI

tin: -adEiict! indicate that the merihantsneid New S'lijtnK-nt --- BOCTHERS VISIOSnoip'i -.___ V WL3TKRX DIVISION.Lv..Jacksonville. .

?. One of the surprises of; election not invest vry heavilyln Chicago ,,, i L P '1 4 p 3 No. 7 s. O. 1 No.SSPplOOOa. V

day was the revelation which the chicken" liesyear. Children's, l iss s' hniiLadies' E1iiI Os. Nancy Andrew who of W. II. Andrew- 5rop"o1oi Lv..Fcrnandina ...Ar ....ArLv 4ta
that I find the people noted! for then hopit.ilit THE BEST SHOE HTII:3UFG8TKcHaH0r.) To and H. T. Whurheacl. a"d UebrcoA Tajlor. 1Mi II 25o Lv.....Callahan.....Ar i3.3p 73n 8 a .....Baldwin. ....Lv 5p 5Oa. (
u-turns make Cleveland isLttflsger 1 attcn.ini at TayI A eenu'iie sowed shoe? in it vIl r.d ri! fine wire of B. 1 T.I j lor. ami Luint WlnUhvad.. of 84lp12O.5p Ar .Baldwin.....v.LvLv. 61i0 I1 Ar..Lafce Clty..Lv 526p 55oOv21U Vtaiai
} camp; meeting calf, seamlo-s. smno'li ia .uo. 1ciiI1o nore com.fortable.Kyli .- -i 44e Ar. .,.Lita Oak..LvMnnttcello. 'ip 43iM
# than Tammany in New otL'er Bradford county, State of FlortJA. And alt othuisvlin *
Ih T'S ( rceI. in lhi i't -a loVe 13' haud durable then tny shoe ever i- ...
omnty campground sold the Eaual mcule shoes \ iiuiy be i'ii.S'C'tjd: 84r.p11 .Jacksonville ....ArLy 2ap eo i 4 a ar.... Madison..Lv 43ip
York pity, where he ran ahead of \\hfie ihe de\ut pi-oplv' of Lil ?n> frcm rt 1 tiit pnce.. V 'ciui ia costing V \Vhori a3. Wm. Ti-on and Jola B. Whlt-liead, a 5)1l f9a .Baldwin ....Lv I 4.p 541a1 4 1 53ii Ar.. ..Lv 820pl2-0u

V county years CLOAKSJKETS %Sv most sulisj,copy a'Ih durable sices ever Bold riptea have nutlo application to mean Ii 3$ 1.CP Ar......*i\aldo .....__L"v 12 lIp 4 Oall434ip ..-.. .. .Lvt24Tp) 836p
L mayor, and was as strong in lllinr>i ias > for \yorship at tho price 'xuey tqtutl fliid Imported shoes coiling fw order t'll ''''fallowIIIKdescribed lands -*, 1224a 223,1 tr..Hawthorne.jv 113'a 2tJ9O 4fap \r..KiverJunction..Lv 720p.24Sp. .
Liberty county is notable for having from$5 to$12.Ci"5 V OSa"a'Ti 2 Sip Ar ...Citra.......L V
V who O 1'ollro &io ,vorn farmers and alt uxttKl m LiaVIIi.trV i : iimi iitljni.1 1 State oft ------- 11 Ola 2414r----
V Altjfeld, was expected to run the mother ot nil the s.iml peais in tlieslnte --.I) pv> others wfca va\J? 3. sen< Arry OiA' three 'lot 111. end lo-.f"1 to the e.Iaie o said WmR. .. 331p440i Ar .Silver Springs..Lv Ar..Fensacola .....Lv 630a .4 Os
from 12,000 to 20,00.0 ahead of th- It Dr. LrUimie ficinwh Boled.eTt BKii-u ca'ja E"oe,easy to v.oils In,&nd will WuVitrli.at!, Jcea1ed. for tile purpose of dia- 344jV Ar .. ..Ocala..Lv 10 14n. 200. Ar.,-... Iebfle..Lv lioa145p .. ..
was set by aol 330a Ar.... Wild wood..... .... 4V
t'tasp the feet dry rnn.O :! tnbuiloii amn g tii< above nii'ped parties who Lsr. 915 743a Ar..NewOrleans..LvAr. 8iOp
rational ticket. These facts show 'nn it iifltrwunls derived the name it (TI 50 Fine On t Jf h2.5 c=d S3.00 Work. I''are l..ir. nt-law of said riec lajt. and for the 4 Ma 54ip Ar.. .Lncoochee.. 1.v 804a .' V 4 E5iOa

I VV. that the democratic won its Uarsin iur Land of Flowers. This iSt&o lnamcu'other Eho s a't-e.A ii give more wear for the jiui !pope of |.as ins tl.e expenses of this admni 548, Ar..Owensboro ..Lv .. 510p ..Jackson, Miss..Lv ..... V
party i money thtn auy n They are made for ser- t 515a630a 'il3p Ar.. ... ..... ....LvAr. llOa740p
also boatil of the rtce. The increasing Bales thow that worklngmea [ trutiun. toVwit: TUe northei qti.xrter of the .Dadechty-.Lv 81alO&p.!. Ot Ar Cairo.
3V victory on, the square italic of prinjjiph' C-'Uniy cvu bunbury, have found this out. I' lUtif'at quarter of i-uctioix t..ntytlve (il) 719p Vr.pMnt CUy.Lv 6.0.t ilOthi .....St. ly.nlLt ..;.. ..

and that the of oldest si-ttlement in the Kmpin- btale. ? >Vffi' 2.0O ana rontbs SI.75 School i township tot.r: south of range twenty-one; and 750a S20p Ar..Tampa.. ....Lv; 5COn $) .1._.. 415_ Ar._.. _..Chicago..LvSQOp._ ... V V V:
._ personality
Ur.l. ______ Th public school) x> 4iem her" wid not fSlvyet jshoii: are worn by the boys everywhere the soul h ast quarter of the *iiitu-ii! quarter ofI A.V It V V V V _

: -r-iijdidales played but a. small pan mpare favurnltly with tliaifibiidn V .-- D.ui'i fail to sue this! lot Sftrlioo'TJioraoss WTviceableBhoosBoldattheprlces.B y'?. 0 Iian,), t.>uiiiiip four south 350aSOUa 44.5pLv..Wildwood.. ..Ar 90Sa113')9 TlUMASVILLE-Mosicwxo Ruvn.Lv. $

in it. St. is fa-t yjtiTiZ\ I ei t., y-J.UO and S1.75 Shoes for large t\\t-nty-one e.ist ; i ad the outhwest quart 514r Ar..LeeSnUI'g..At' 842aItIIiiTl I ?
14'.4Reput1. l.ut it being t -u, and ...
s SI isseo are made of the best Dongola or fine Calf,ni 'Vt. of ti.e ,.om;ht'e.V.iV quarter t.I secno() thirty ; 545u 54"p Ar Tavares.. .. ArAr.Apopka it l4idllQpfl--- t- &
tieS quite MITHyj\ *vv a fi w.iu.iiu jiits I desired. They tre very stvllah,comfortable and duraTbet3jXshoe <_-). 1 t'Ani lour, b nitii of mnee t\vrnty-t 811 G3-.Jp ....Ar (.5 '; oo._ ..... ....Jacksonville..Ar LO' F
The Manufactures' Recodkof It si! > ll ro'l liy Mtl G.-'g'n will i lie abu incmnp'te ble. ) equalacustom madeshoescostlng i.f-t: s.uid! Ito %%eSr li.iif of the uotitbc'itit quarter 9E0. .lupAr..OisandV>..... Ar i>v.V .....Lake City ......ArLv 631p V
o vemter -
Pricas fromg400to86ia Ladles who wish economize la or t'v >'t>: .!h1.Lrt tpmttr of Kittiou tbiiVtyfour.l1hWtiil1 1030) Ar..Winter Park..Lv .. ;itJvI36 ..... Liveouk..Ar, 54Ui
: 4. lias the following very g1.jdvic. _truh ai shale Hi the S'tuilj t. their Caution.footwear-W.L.are finding Douglas'this name out. and the price la foitr.oi.tii i.f raictt lH >a*>-ouoea t. ....Oviedo.. ...Lv ...;.4 lPpimil1a Lv MonticeIo ....... ..A' 3p- (
';e9i't; his Vguu ai the 11.5). SluIIHS4jVablisheii Stamped on the bottom of each shoe; look for It These air II It r' fr.i.et to iiotifr al admonish all ---I----I 1lt I.!...... .Th..nma-vaiI .....V 13p
V' to the eouihein state* ou availing tI3n I her tuii misiu I I. s, w.um I F.ori.l;i when you boy. Beware dealers attempting to sub pet-on irtvTi"t: J to cine lurwrnJ and show 12.Jp..Ar.. ..Waldo... ..Ar l14ai..i_ iip!L .. .5Ir>ntjjoisicry.... ......Ar G4& .. Li
*fives of the excellent opportunity the hIS been foment to Mid li t-p Dojcr'TFAftTU fraudulent subject to prosecution by law for Ob. A. D. Is02.at any office in the town ofSUrke I 33Op..Ar..Archer ....L.rLOteaJ'.I! fhiO.i Lv..N'>slivile! ...........Ar 85PI
t \Vorld's fair offers a' a-ineaus of m-xkin<- fiuiils 0:1 her public sihiHil 8ysl'm. Nou Wining. L.. n J>>"i OLG1>ey under A3,false lirocktoo pretences.W. ZUaaa.. So1db'ji in s.iid county of Cia lford, at It) olcluck 62i1plAr..c.yJarpy' ... .... 14tp Lv..I ou viTle%*..........Ar ,
? with their Georgia is feilinj ih'' sited ol better pul>- > a. in., or Haut order of sale will be granted; pro- Lel%:..AreV (15115.except Sunday13i4Opi.<> !l P Ar:......... Cincinnati.........? '.
Europe acquainted resources: lie Khoolh and is striving I to npj.c.i-u) it V SEE THIS EIEGA8T LIHE. W. HODGES.( vided this notice be puMLhit in the BradfordCoutaty nr Vni-i- Bird arid i>)fie ifciw leave'l OhidTamP

"The (Southern states that desire Euro.t Florida is fiehng the s-d of univeiMiks, TELLOKAPH, a weekly! new-paper pub- ? except ...unday,*$ taad Jacksonville and Pullman 55JU.41
1 vhcd! m the town ol Starkc. in said county of for Ai ,h crams Tampa.Hnl
>ean immigration should tike udvanluge and would ii deal forcibly nternsetliatepoint$4 : New Orleans. .. a4 1O.- V
feel a great ]1i adford. fit lest four cous-'fU-tive Weeks pre- Train leaves Ovifdo and Winter le
V Park daily V
,f tl\e ("hicngo Exposition. Iu addition jf it were uot for tlu),e of her generous S. F.GARDINER'SEGO \ious to said diitu. except Sunday at figures shown. IAaTeslt: _
to the exhibits at the fnir. it will be an iitfiglibor. \\ itne s r.iv han Starke Fla iLls 27th day of ctober, A. D. l tt.AVit. .
V excellent |>NnforlbexMpleof ruiy RHHOIiliialrintf 1 think the prai-e that is yearly being IN SHAWLS F31ALPHCR8, n \% !i1VL9IllanJoJlt AM Ja'? ioTinro.eo70 NTo 6l
lo interest the people: uf Eunipto Florid Athens. :gcy. County Juige.Uoiuznissionet.'s .
given to applicants from at (SEAL> atii_ i. in.; Oviedo, 6:00p.m. V
*:'Op 0 39 iLv..Jacksonville..Ar| 310pISOp fl3'
ud on the other sido oj the water
V V Macon.nnd. O fovU ae monuments We have and nt ices to % 4 trtpj Lv.Ocala _*-Op 11 ioaIi| r....Feruandina....Lv
f>. \tffot-i the po&itimi opi-us. n 8 fca
V iiitJit1 of tboso who coiue ciycr will map Florida suit, the times.IS : virtue of au order n a-le by the Hon Wm.F lUOOu ..Hernan.do./Lv 7S5dT40a i? PTnatnsuntheFernndina.afldCUflber,!; ;

: "The southern slates arc tmtau wellnown with Georgia, but I fee'' sine 1 would V count, MH.e of I lon.ia,dated Autcust th, I *'>P Ar.. .Homcwassa., 7 lila 11 s ncept Sunday. Connects at Fprnandln* TOV a
the unfer 'cned eo.'r tails1 '
abroad ns lucy Kli be if I could irmvplant a few Bradf<>i () J. Maiden of AUantH. who pa'sctl I girls ai d orange tr'is.SiN.uI. iao.2rV :iitlt-coii ty of Bradford aii-J State of Florida 8a It lop Ar.Tarpon Springs. Ar 8 01 and Brunswick, forming the Cumberland V
,; V \Urougi! Baltimore lavtveck on his te- 1 lonRinj t"th estate of C H. Hall,deceased, 8 21Vu 9 Zip Ar.... Sutherland....Ar 708a 747o and making connection lor Macon .tlafltLcl.
\ have the latest and newest ilc*,* ritidntto'lovrs: The southwest quarter 941040p( Ar- Clearwater..Ar. 43a 72JD Chattanooga and northern and western potnC S
WV >uru from Eurojx' told us lh.nl lit WHSirteatly of t he r. itliWi8t quarter tctlon tiglit township 04<)a ,Ar..St. Petersbure.Lv -5 50a847a 51 u1..V, 8 nday train leaves Jacksonville t>40 a V I

( mnnzed to find how little even the '4'l Editors Day. designs al pojutl ;r lets. STAaKI i., FL. .. i'ove'aiier22I. IF1.TIIERE.s MSor th, ot I3flg r lIVe ty-two east, containing Nos7and8daily; 'and V ,' wakes Cumberland route coonectlon I**" loTrains
: |xropc] i>f the Manchester cotton f-'iinning pi o: c .f.aiau ;ok.s ieetrjty! t-oKI tO Torn t.crtmore or IPSNow bv virtue of ShiJorilo1' oji a B. a d S. SO.WI1 day; fernandbia 5 p in, arrives Sacksonvule ip a.aSunday.
unit distritt knew about, the rolttv The editor riseth in the mornng? and 'I 1 O21 tV1.iLVIit ..;,. I. fotIo slag prrrMisorv 1 WiiIPH: the af"rebaid real estate public & 0.daily except l jijmau sleeping cars Brunswick to At11fl1 a
:, waiving ed 1.1 front cf the i ourt house door ID the i!\tlanta. dnclnautl and NashvilleJACKSOSYlLLEHASlrVllLE -
:ible to'iiy eitni'd vin'or on outt'O
) of It will lie nofth not what the day bring IN LADIES' AND GENTS'.HANDKERCHIEFS no ts. jMi S ::=:;
InJl t.he Routh. may
: V \ m.iny H the biu fc of rfttii o' tl1.' in : i fi.ISows. IMv to Uic' tosVn ifStarka! in the said county of Bradford, VV
: (lMy before the South will hnve such fo. 6 ivig .. tee Uv.tlAcon. and Atlanta.700n .) VO
II. C. PAItEETI.I. r r t \ October. A. D. 1S92.thevitiif V *
:; Opportunity to establish n, close intercinirscwith a great n-"k of having tin ear put : .. STOKES. bciuj: the Sd 1 day of said month and a

V the old world. In yiew of the mngaificent on hipind if he telleth not the the tIT I5F SAn.t.oTrs.N.tniia r legol ae da\ Said real estate spl J for payment 65 1Leaye /.. .................Jacfco&ville. .................. .....AIT.. e I
V ilevelopfrnent of the northwest news ot dtbts. Terms cash, purchaser paying for SWa 85p420ii Leave .. Lake City An! t 535*
: -fultiuz from influx of European set tiers people say that he is n g. and I these is no \Ve have something attriobive in ;. When Due. V title I... B. RHODES, ...... .. ..UlACvn .::::x ...ArrneM.tlai 10 UpfttOp sUt)
{ j hsy iti it. The crafty man cajnlcth him : O A KiX'-san; ,15.9V Dec. 1, 1893 V I Stpt. 'I. 1"9J. Comaissioni-r. lIla Leave ........ .. >ta... Ann e S wilVI
; and foirigti money which ua.U\riiliy fol- him Linen and Silk. IT HJiiiun.. $i> iii, J-iu. l, Id'AT. Thfabnvf sale us. postpone until the first __ S0"p720p /, V lattariooga ...Arrive lOOp I
l<:wt immigration tha HOuthero Mates into giving a 50 cent puff lor a 5 cent A. .\i j... could mat do better than adopt the same cigar and all fond mothers Trown 0:1 hiuii A. C \Vith.! S 41 il, I'1'13lar i eittt dy of said raoatli. L. l. RHODES.Commissioner.. Pai.'y through]
Jacksonville -shvllie Nos. 5 and 8. 70U
.. on
J Dec. I. isT. jnan *
'' i he fails to flatter their freckled-faced J. U. i)c:.1:i.nk, S 9 45. 1E-Om n after
olicy. Jt.nl, i:JJTlie &IMMC sale n postponed utii the first Ion- ty Nov.20th, weVez.pect to'hve a Through Cur aLso on our V
r Curt S-443. The
i V broods. All bis of IN SCARFS OIL a St flt L le,so .
V ways art ways woe, noufie-l rot: It traJe Torai'y da> in i cembe ', the same behv; the fifth dav of ,,. our pit ifro u f.eons Sits South wiU Aarc -
The Coming Tourists. *nd his days are full of sonow. The life of puuli.ire laO :uboe hereby natts exp ctng to t.kine de sitI inotiih. JU B RHODES." DOUBLE> D r'LY' CONNECTION WltH ATLANTA WITHOUT CHANO!

insurance man scltclh snares for him and Four-irs- ILtud and Windsor Ti .. Oct auil.oi we th? jzzaiiuissinsr. Ticket OKlce/H6W. Buy St JacksonviB
winter >n, we ''.ljiser o:i liirf b-.uif. as I > j st., corner ITogan. I>po oot of Sojssm the
The prospect for yHtor this to ou the wools he Jaaadeucc cf a time.- iu.M Jol..j :;to&e.to ei&tlir&c s:iKI nut"-m piaw e ; V 2/JEsXUtGT N. Twffic Manager* A.O% l1AeDONELL, Oen.F*&
; Florida L U returning hotel a.nl have not t-inco laulieii Not ice. =_ -:---_: _
; i-eportfd by Orlando 1ord can slow! the fiiu.$t ?sortment this inv_ DU.IUI ifon ih.-iu j V V V : V
und railrtmit men us exceedingly V 1 Ilk S J':tlOU S tij-s KMtter II. LAhKBK. *.!. -fier laV I V B
r.e.iIM i iT Sinun '* -dpresentniv.icc -
: ne'uruthg. Oue Lolcl man in Jucl"uvillcj -Ltt not politicians-take m.oreof the credit side of Kaltifoix at j>ru-e.s was rtow:; r.t s -1 >iai"! 't.. e-t) w.'t-n I tra .-s .V tii c<- a nd iimvhersto ths ll'-j.: Win. F. )IVItIlaliuVr.i. tItOHGIL t SGUTON ASD FLORIDA HA.IKQW. .. _
that will return here -lUS : uat1HVpuV: ;- hOt tO cuuiuv jiid-e in uiul sor the county ofBivdfoid
saya mmiy than Is their doe. The result of ibis V .- : .1 af au-1 stdteof Florida Su
election lelo\v Jonx 1 h'lt'E.c4. s adinick>tratorot anee River Routo Florida
have zero.DON'T .
> who been to
the winter not
L 9 spind; is due to the patriotic second sober rr1oaxJP VV ( the esat, uf John Vi nulirl, fi-ceifced.! f,>r
hen- for ten yeurs p-tst> These are V -- final Rflt"iiit! ami :i-k fij. i4fIdal discharge 'VIiRead.
wealthy 'eopIe.-wIIIIng lo pay well for all bought of the people It is strictly Hie Nolh't'! t-j vbiiDi-- tttid Oi wlittti-s froto siid al ininistrttloa Time Table to Effect Nov. 1892. 51

they KQI. Many of them formerly came American idea of fiee ansi\ good govern (/ -" ; i 6 h-iiky S-'P' tljjitll it-rs/is in A. W. Bir DLB. Read dowi. L ( 11I
FORGET N le'-e H Itnwsrtwr, May 27. liVO2thU Administrator.
stish l
emph.tsiesthie Cleveland to .tie t t't '' >
.: V % ere. imi in tale! yeurs have goue stcro that public offlceis'tt Ul.ei.1; -f ,.f :v.--; Uti'-l .-...uhatV.fl I VV ...................STASKE........ .. .... ......... V d
%lae u eai, to Brir.d the. winter; The public trust; that .ttLi. uiytl' "" tolfie I n 1.rirI. c! V Notice lo Debtors and Creditors 73Ca9ona ; ... ...................... tcave12SiPt. V

:: boler.i in Europe has curcked tui8taYt! officers are the agents juid servants of the That \\ u '( :; ii.ii' .til itbtl nil *"--i> "' ll-iiu,1-8 I : "..................__...... & ..........................*.Arri't323p ?
V Florid people and not the arrogant, bosses a .d ur.) t -ult'ts'it"t :..n>: io i-r.t u..M, : NOTIC'U is hereby cir.n ti&t, all persons tn- lUSSa1244p V V .....Lake C! y.V .... ..Arrive&Jeepiarean I -
I I consequently wjl| reap the task tliat .rrci'f !i. 'tttt two .v..r?, r ibis ut-ticc to the estate ot C'harles H Bailev, ., :... Ot
master* have / V
I .: sene1it of it this winter and nrobbIv they V assumed to be. wi t.t ih ii tir ef thtlr reuve. i ctct'a'ed. lat>? of Lnwtey. Eradlord county. ... ............ ......... .. ........ ............. ... .. .Arrive 253PL!
7.: curly epring.Thej -T"npa Tribune, juL'tl Ci.W-UVaVc, Ju lint Ida,\>ill pay lie sani-. to iLe un V transportation V WILL SELL YOU GOODS. :;ov V .aLLnitrau.r.otctt without vdela>, and all pcn.caa having claims 4SOp8'p "a1Lesve.. .:... .. ......... .%...)lucon, ................ ...........Arrlve 1920S411
belter men say they have Cook l$6o Free r.gaiat and: estate must present them, duly -- ....... .Atlanta.,............?..?...... ..Leave wilfor
ThV : facilities for bringing people to ; ; fa);. 'tb it'atiot;. iutbe'tieated.VIhti two ears, or this notice .
V t loruta than eferthclore. The Clo of Ion in will be plead in bar of their recovery. all night trains between PalatVa anti Macon. tiose connections made at AIt
V competing recetpt cents stamps or J.LD ;yvic A? (lt; ; s itEFLi., MRS ] 8. BAILEY, XeW vSdt Weit .North and Northwest. Alsj with -VesubrieU Umitod" for \* a hlngtoaI .
lines are making travel a real luxury, and coin the C V, 1I. .$ O will &i.nd a copy of (Cheaper than V N .iisb..rt1tis.V ThilL 4 Ott. h.-2.nob: V Executrix.Bradford >nijl7*S? *Jif sloping car linw Ic Virjrmia. the Carolinas and thq Eis. V

.v the fad that -a pa&euger can co to every theY ihjngton cook book,, postpaid to 'T OTTC is NVrei): fV fl t tht 1.i iownget&er V For But' t Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Nashville .,; VI'
of the ; lis: I1ed notit of hi hteiIkIVI er ir 'orraation regarding r. tes, schedule)*, etc., apply to Ste
V put state hy rail And boat is address. The lxx k
a biz V any > tton.prises 4>ver tO 1Oak huh PrO'f !i& 4Vf hi C4.tI.i1.n.t Lodge. NO 4!, F. S. A. M. V'IV.. V
GArs5 V Hk.A V
ZV Inducement for them JQ vJsiI"Florlda this ,ao, pages r4ml is freHy illustrated It ii tt'3titI.1 'viIi b hfre CIei k Ofthu \ :tlett Tiiuraday night before the third A't.. U.C.KXOXG
the standard authoiitv ( the 'amous The Cheapest Cir.crJt l'uurt at ()raco Ctiv S j l.IV1; -.1 \ Sunday in esicit month. V V V 77 West Bay SU JackBoanille, Fla. _ _
tV its V INAL'P1 Traffic Manager, JUcon, Ueorgna
V V UouirV.lOlb. Hi3t vzJoim lisl. of Athf-rs. (1 f \Vu. F. V T-
The #Ule papers all speak of, the pre- (hiDioi cars that run daily hetueen CiuciniiHti JFI4 HI I IS'Ator! the S.-'of S WJSf and SV of V /\i \ J. E AVAIXEIOHT. fee.IALPHUR3. V.3T. V V V -. 'i4-

1t V JpnratioM going oo. Jn: ibcir- respective and Chicago ou the "VehctTrain' SJ4SVT71J.r.SlK V /V V
,VILH PP the f. U. WII.K ultrfs. cs t.> prove LIs I. lia.is Taiu.Ics! cure IfVPr trouWUpaas
to acnmnsodt gne 8, cither ut of tUe C. U. & I). and MononRoute. ranges auil etiltjv.jlion: O, O. F.-Regularmeeting
of -
V V..tA'! : i tad hoarding bouses or by house1fof Address E. O, McUormick. G. P. Satisfaction Guaratitced.T1BY Mi-l land, viz. : O, B. r.mts. A. P.. Tvwn cnil, e' -' I night in their every hall.Tuesday Transient o'r Vr:1 V Tab-lies asliipans ,

V rr2LtJbV ; the MUion. nHindred# hare & T. agent C., U. & D R. U Cincinnati. 11. lYiat, JosCpU littler, ell.<>t Athens, F.aji L brothers cor.li-tiir- Tabulcs euro cniisti4 _

ti iviftt.rn' "Py09 *?<' hoard, und .- U The O .. H & D ..555 connetli'iiwitb o v 1J ;.lLI.t. Lvcrf, Regtrr. invlteO. J. DO LOW. V V
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%I% : iI Chew Tooth- Pick tobacco' THK BOYS AND GIKLSHave :: '. ,S, ;: : : : :' :' : ..
A'I 'I'I
..N', .I.'G..H'T"S. .I I.sale by N. J.-Jones..Mrs. I ,. 5-- ." :': '- ., .__. j:" 1:1'I rfti I-T'B'I I ;-B.t": Ii I Iltlk'; IS'1.1'I .
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,'.. N.-J. Jones i is visiting friends I n Little Fpii-at. '"Mr. UulI'sExjwise. --5 ..' .. ... /A .. -' .. .' I I .f # .I I .' _'J. .' :0OJ -. .
, Special Offers in Jacksonville :; :. .: ' ,;
\veek. 1 One evening last week' eight of nile : ':} .Or : .: :
LloVids Cashier Duncan at, 'the ,. : :
.' youug I ."- .- OUR- _
THE DAYSi MrsD.IJl.\bera-y'assistinsj Mr. T. lie.idr stud as uiauy more young city belles' .5.-:- .1 ; 't -- -_' :.:" ,;

: NEXT -40 -A. Knight through the holidays.Col. got themselves together for n moonlight I' .i J "
, drive to ilr. Silas Kite's, who lives four .,. --, .
c . W. '1'. 'Weeks is making a miles west (If town to a ";uiar boiling, '.

.asJonsble! I \ I !f' visit to his .farm at Providence thw caudy blew and a g>()d time in general.) ". ,
) I week. ami invited 1 the gull.itil and han.bomc )Ir. ;
; i. 4f1llbery \lulTi'J/ Huff of JnckwnvH'e' to ntcoaipi.y :ss'-.' ; :
'. IIi'4 Vi la IJi-anniiig spent 'lat : Hieuivlii! he .lid. On Itc1.. I SNe : Blood' PoriiierIT '

_. Sunday with her sister Mrs. Walter Mr. T R iSwval ein.ceivetl the idea 'llf n ,
Wills. little fun at Mi. Hell's i-speiifce. liu ,heiujrUiVir

- wide Bedford Cords in fast lor 10c yd.Inch' guest on ttil: oi-casion I I
.Mes-rs. Everett and Arthur} Johns After reaching the home of Mr. Kite ,
Victoria Sateens, fast colors 8c yd. made an overland trip to Palatka and depositing; the young ladies nrouii'l '
-lilton Wool Cashmeres the "fcUKar, kettle." the bo/s all went off ". l- -
3-4 wide IOc this week "
yd.y -
I to the cane psutch.Vbeui Mr. Huff was 1L JONE1 IS- '. S
Serges, 38 inches wide, 15c. Mr. Tuttle of Grand Rapids ladeu wish: lout teen )large cnnes. suddenly S
4Z .
two of thu voting men fell on. and hejjanlo -
.2 I Wool Chevrons, 3-4 wide, 15c. 1 ieh., is stopping with )Ir. and Mrs. light. All hands exepl !lr. ButT

1 Wool Changeable Chevrons, 38 inches wide, 35c. Toiupsett for a titne. Deemed to ,take a p:irt in the affair Lirgkiuvvs .!
1 w -re c I'll Wit and big putols; lire ifivm 25 Years Behind the Counter. THE BEST MADE
r utiful Plaids for children's dresses 20 25 and Mr. and Mrs. U .
-( Young are rejoicing ail I p..i iitts of the compass. Mr.Iluit I .
over the advent of a fine i With his !houi"Ward hound got
their hyti-e. awsiy [rom the ciovvd and ,run fully a ni'lebefoie ) 4Clothing-
1 IB-inch Wool Cashmere and Henrietta, 25, 35 and 50c. girl baby a I ,\I Ir. J II. COMIII| their fastest

Woo140-inch'' Tricos 50c. Miss Howe two runner could catch him If he Lou not
: Agnes spent} daysin I Starke
his he would Drug Company.
foigoiii'ii III limp cane.s Shoes Ladies' Hats
W-inch All-Wool Brocaded Henrietta, 75c. town this ueel as the guest ofMi piobibly not have beea ovei taken until he ,

W-inch All-Wooll Satin s SophialeCormick.. reached t,,wn. : "
Striped Bedford Cord 75c.
Mr. Huff savs ilV.l> .10 joke it. WJtIlIL Trimmed and Untrimmed
I04nch All-Wool Henriettas in Mrs. J. W. Andrews returned ,
60c bad row. mid Wai thi.second oite of the

2-inch All- Wool Henriettas 75c. Monday flora a visit to her sister, kind helms, IN l':1 i'l. Once in Georgia he. RUBY STERNBDRG & CO. -
4 .Mrs. "Motes, at nr'cl villt. wunt out lox Lulling; with the hoys, aud Thomson Glove-Fitting Corsets. ,
))0-inchJill-W6 Hen ietta8, $1 lucy put out the sight tripped him up .Mid ,

W-inch Silk W4rp Henriettas $1.35. Oranges are coming into market i.a off and left him iu tile swamp all
and iiiglit. and he /inllu l climb a pine tree lokeep DRY .GOODS!
quite briskly, our buyers are
eautiful All W\ol\ Creponnes, 40inch,90c. rota being euteu by wilccats and .
kept busy packing and shipping.
Changeable Sublmes 40-inch $1.25 tie.irs. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
j Mil and Mrs. A. S Donldson havea H.c.young ladies all fympalhizc; with DRY GOODS!
)2inch All-Wo Assabet Flannels, 75c. Mr. Huff aud say they will keep him
Fails bran-new baby. It is a girl, ansi w ilii lli'j.n next tune au.1 l not suud him off
Tog Grain, Surrah and China Silks, from 45c to mother and child !.re doing ve1l. with bad oojt..fit'r Cane.JBgy General Merchandise

25. \ -- -
': l OF CARDUI Tonic for-Women.Program. -
a N J. Jones' '.
Mr. and Mrj S. F. ilatifcid, of big
beautiful Change*le Faffettas $1 and $1.25. '
Green Cove Spring spent Thanksgiving STARKE FLORID. At

i | ALSO : in the city at Capt. Ilichird's. Following'is ihe program of the Bradford stock is in consisting .
Plushes, Felts and Fincy Articles) in Silk and Metal. Beautiful Satin The next meeting of the S. L. L. county Tea>'htrs' Institute to Le : Staple and Fancy -

mere, better than China\, Silk, 311c< 'ant A. will be at Mrs. I. C. \dlb' on held at Staike December 10. 1892: !. G roceries conceivable article. ?-
of Any : ., ? ,
9 to 10 n. m.lelhul of teaching color. everythingthat
Standard Ginghams. 8cLightweight Mrdi>ou avenue. All iiwrn bets invited. -
I ,\ppoiutce1158 Ellen Davis, Mis. A.
Guijjhantt} 7c. j jJr. jI I Josies. Any kind of Provender .

: A full line of Prints and Domestics at the ]lowest prices. : and Mr*. O. M. Strong, whohave I!I 10'to 10:30: a. m Specimen lesson in his customers Feed: Hay for Live Stock. .'i: ,4 :
Beft line of Towels and Tallll' Linens ever offered here.Lailiets' several winters in Starke !leaching children pohtcnifcs. Appoiuties. ; :
spent \Iiss A. Leilntr. iliss Lt>ci Sweat. Miss J
Cloaks and and Clothin .
Wraps, IJoyV r. passed through heie )last Friday on Delia Crews, Mfs. S. A. Colesoo) Miss K. want. Useless to
Bent and lino Ladies1 Undervests in the Goods
cheapest city. Millinery
their way to Pt. PiIlcllli 0%>k. Miss O'IIH Ahleu.!
i The largest line of Hos.Ury in all the Standard brands;and fast colors 10.S: ( to 11 :30 a, m. Lectme-Subject: .

exhibited here. ?". :Miss! Annie M.nkley is expectedto Method teaching mind! concentialiun. tell what all And Fnrn suInS Gooda, 'all styles, .sizes and prices .
I A hl'autifnllinp of Corsets, viz: Tin- celebrated) Watch Spring! 'mt'. leach: home IIl'Xlr l'll IIl'cd a\,::1 ftC'1" 1 In 2 p m. Best nutlud of ieahiug you c:3: lotlain.g

\Is, and Frinch Woven, and.Dr. \VarnerV health, nlbo several brands: ) an extended tri p to Balt i inure, [phi 1- Dowiiui Kiiirhs-h; Oiuinmar.O A. Cone Appointtes.U. McD.mald U T, Call and satisfy y"ur .
B]P Corsets. l.j. adelphia and other points. \. Markey. D li Knight, Eugene he sells, .you all For Farmers Builders Phosphate lliners. and .
| The most beautiful Shoe can he seen for a limited period.I Knight' T B. Hal tig. Leon Peek: O.
Mr. Arthur Meigs Of the AmMerLumber Jdct-L (JL ware
I Great reduction in piices of ilen'a Hats. A large assortment of Chil Bad. S. G Baruelt. nls i's Hats and Caps. ', '. h Company, has been I iu town 2 III 2uO p. Ill. Best method of teaching know. When this
r ;.". the greater pail of the week looking I Dttiaial i I Fractions and Alligation.I Ap- | To suit toy taste and any pocket. Also all

fe invite you to call.) (Jan show you more than we can tell. after the railroad interests. poiuieeb.V.. \V. )Mi-Doi.a'd' U '1'. Dowliiij. :F urniture
S G. Birnttt.: Oscar Cone D. B enterprising mer- kinds Of other House Furnishing Goods.

Mrs Al. Smith aud Mr. and Mrs. Knight, .1. E. .1. \Yaiui igiit.: Prof. Jack.

T. A. KNIGHT Jliltier of Lawte in town &"10
) were
2:30 to 3:30: m. Reports on methods
p chant
this week. Alsv Mr. Oawshaw an.l and stucco ss in leaching Mental Anthine- justly says LOWEST PRICES

[Call and Walnut Streets,, Slarke) Fla Mrs. Emerson, of the I'c1l11l' place..Mrs. tc.: ,BEST: GOODS _

NIGHT SESSI,,x. his is the
-.- I K. Stroiit; aud daughter, "\Ji. -
DiUilIC-QIH'Q': Resolved that it i is
i I Kiltie, and Miss I'aft left for St. I ilangi'rons' to our American govennn--nt tot

IOFORD COUNTY 1'ELEGK/PH; I'etetsburg: Monday: wlure thevuill Men I the right of hamlubo to foreignUMiiimiatits. DRUG STORE. U'D.MINER

1' he the guestn of11'. awl }i irs.I i i A Iii rlllil:i vc, S O ItFIe I.'r. LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE
: : '-- iI Turk.Mrs.I 1 B. ilarliii. R. T, Do A'hog, Ne-r.it livl'.. \V. .
larlc. Kla.. Nov.5, i8)!)'.). -- ---- \. ?icI"lIaJcI.! Oscar: Cone D. B. Ivt.itjht.

-- --- \ Capt Jones is with us again All tecchi Is wiN have heretofoie been In this Watchmaker and
, I loojdisy in Vl.I king for he election of 51JiICr5stc
T from datll'llll'l'fIl .
ocdaf.ars. p city, ;:tnjiiM :
2 ( pie"uii nt to aitt-n-1! the Insiitulf. -
'. _. l Joiiet I is doinifited iu the .M. .
-- :0 ir I niu now liHppy md) are ixp.'cted 10
) r iy >.uy inferior flout when y >ugetbwe'l I I tin Lou-e, on ihouip..n street, for tin n out III full .,1,1 t h':Ip us in the great place, he backs up .

: Home 'at the sanu I'r the pn'wllt. edu'-ational cause. Every I tc.ch- m the Jeweler.

:c |;;at Helberger & Riciiaid.Ul couiity: is uiirueslly nq.i'jsted t. alien... his assertion with
Mr.! and M 1'. Lou Temple, from _F. G ClIE.I.

kirlllR'elf hauling! done nrompt- _; Fernandiria: ant! \- ansilrs.. C. C. Obituary Notice Stake Fla.
, at J. \V.' Al\uitz & Co.'s htaHcs.x Sa/ .- Temple, from Lik Bit i her, were u Died Bund:iy night at 12 o'clock at her several good and IT. L. GASKINS

'J BH'nd H Jacksonville consigniiftS here tiiiwetk to attend t the fuller.! reidtiice il Tempm's Mill, one nn i one- ,
% your : Inlf flu ks north of :5la rl.e.lrs.. ijarahJ DEALER IN .
of Jlr S. .J. .
Temple.M'trshal !
1'' to the Florida Producer's-, *
:too IVmpIe.! wife of Mr S. J. Temple.a substantial Largest Assortment of
reasons & Medicines
Consumers Exchange. tf HITTING THE BULLbEYK : Dean and Dej.uty! SH! riff fd67- 'Ulrs. Drugs

.- [lave you tried Sweet Home tloui? Is ihe,sign of a good marksman, hut Richaid letuined Monday, after a county.Mrs Temple Mn>land.was.izgu.1 born I:in, 1825 Harfur.l; was! Starke, Flat I Watches Clocks and '

,s ,e h.iw! are increasing every day it'parlJ' far be'ter to strike.a bargain: four days' misiuvessfu1, hunt for mimed to Mr. Temple in 1845; came toFloiida Physicians' Prescriptions

p. e best trade tt;,u'Jt. For hale 1 by"Heiberger tti.tvh & oi-h to htrike a tarijet.AVways the piisonerK; who eseaptd; from j.iil'I in 1F59. where she I livfllllnlillitc i I u t ..- Carefu1lq Compounded at a hovrt- dav or I .
& Richard. aim to hit the bull : ye: \Vtduesday night. day of her death. She was the mother of I nigTitG. Jewelry,
F Better still to bur at low prices; nine childn.ii, three of whom had plt-I First of all he has 'served
JIake the rule where the -
Intss'( figures are high,
pl Ie ', : Ever bearing, Lan To Bhai nil) costly devices. The houe once owned by Prof ceded) her to the bct'er )land. The other W. Young

. etli's 'tra Early and Inaek' .1XITOW In our MtK-k, liiuh quality runs I Young! is beinir lilted up re-tdy: forth si io MHjmiietl wire all wi'h the her MiiliodNl when she cliunhwhi-n died. ) behind the dry goods counter Special attention given to the .repairing -

fat Peas at Truby Sternhiurg neck and cei-k with low pru-es. It's ** teeeiition of th" parties from 15 je.ns of age. and lived a conoistentChrisii of Clocks and Watches. '

r CO'd.tcboollJlnks. _ r.i>ion of the ca/tt! of economy to the Not ih, who expect I to occupy it ;in life. She WIS a good wife and a GENERAL BLACKSMITH Good work done at reasonable rates.

i and stationery-new enter our store, where you ran pick about the first of December.Mrs. pieeious.' fuiihful m-.lhir.* :Slie w is p.t- for 25 yearsand is concededto
; :. Hkc in I ttfiit 'HI s.d IIII'Olllptalllin] I in h-r sieki.ev* -A D"rOOD'VRKER
[lock-alioigan\ Bro'o. "' lurgains apples an or FOR SALE
: : i Teal), mother-in-law of Mr.T. ainl dining: all I her suff'rings She trusted ?
A>k 1 CV ebb; lor cards, stencilflc. -*, chard. Make a hulUeye while the ( U. (.lllll''eil.tit'11 on Sunday !last, ; in God. and! was ready uiul willing t. be the keenest buyer that The following described property located
windfall lasts ,
Florida au.t .h.that die. Tue loorrllWill1 hush IUd and I
., :oi tile PioduceiV and I 3011 I children -
and buried in, within the limits of the
was on Monday I
Cruly i corpoiale
. 'on".kmcrs'. Excii.inge. tf have an eye for'hiisnievs I and know ) have I thu sxmpalhy of the eiitnc i com- to the market. Is located nt the old tinshop where he : ,
the ftiifeiencti between 10 percent 'l'IlH't'l'Y.1 -s. feal was quite an llIhIt lV. Iay; I the H:>1y GhosCthe'('s'ns- goes i$ prepared to milk\ or repair nil kinds of own of Slarke. is offered for sale:

Job priming of "all kinds at the off and 20 per rent advat.ee.TRUBY aged lady and had made her home' I toil"r. comfotl I'ueir. hearts i in tt is their iron tin or wood.wouklie will maKe Two Acres .of Land

I PELEUBAIMI ottice.Wrue JSrERNimtG & Co. 'orseveialears__: _al,__ \II'_ ._Campbell'sDon't I hour of H."n>iv. FuED PIXTOS Second. His long experience you ,,11 wagon or itpair your coffeepot; well fenced upon which U a good..wellpainted

to the P. & C. Exchange, u Try BJ.ftCK-i-J4fJ&tr... tea for D'lIpcpsi&[ make you a plow, or repair your buggy: and plastered two-story dwelling
It should be in House. forget the exercises at the -- ohot horse sell
Every oY a Chicago
: your you
Jacksonville, for market prices be well of bricked from'tbe
in the business him an excellent water
fore J. 11. 'Vil-.on.m: Clay stree', Sharps- nstitutv to'ni<;ht. The subjects discussed Strawberry t.tlul gives a Aermotor. I .
you ship_elbewhere. tf :. tmrg. Pa.. sivs he will not l he without j will I I be "Darius; i ," "Es: nv Civ.Iization Mr. >. F. G1nl!lc'r. our well-known! ( .Now. Ir. Farmer, il will pay you to cl:.y; good uteble and outbuildings.
NN\ ,make returiiH of ale- Dr. KiJtf' New Djs.-ovprv for ('1)11SUIIJI.tiol. find nut all tibotit this windmill. m It can The is list of the Trees ; ,
following a
on day <'ou of the Uunnn I Family," "J I l.ili-l I agent, lepoilo M-Veial I sales) of lau-! superior knowledge of what the grow.
anti Colds, hat it
I 1'1.! P. &; C. Exchange Jacksonville Jill 11"1 1.IIII'h has also s.1! l several i lie used for any purp.se hut witt-r powtr th9
log upon p'ace:
vjned his wife t vbo WHS ,.hh.'PI..d' with A. ( ;tih'e.i! "Grover ("'\ eland be to. When are i in town
Can put you
tf ___ _ ._ phiieuiuonU after an a'.tai-k of latripp'% ind "The (iiveks" '(>me lecita- forty< n-. ttacts at lItvullcn'pritcs overlasij'cir trade needs and where and mil and learn all about it. Il clues not '00 Plum Trees, 13 varIeties 2d jnr-

ONE M1LUON( BOXES. of 01- ,when il pliys'i-Hiis various other had remedies don her and nil ever. od.Ifohfrt ). ions and iniinic will t help lo make it i< u,, 'longer a q-irstion tint tint l.nd. inke a wagon load of money to purchase bering; I'lrefttimt 5,2 varietlts Applet

&lniZe? wanted by Burion K. B.urs, "H.irl-er.: orrm kvjioitP.u, e'aliii"' OUt the l'ro r\ltl. Tiiere will I be noid .. along I I'. li.ic of the F. t/. & P. road from me. but His worth a big pxkit full to I 6 trees (3 Standard) 3 on Pear roots;
acks'11\ iIIe. D. Kind's I New 'ovpriJas d.me Iiioiairre I : mission fee. Walt'lu1I Lawuy, St.irku tieiiiiT the immediate how to get it at ROCK BOTTOM you. 40 Orange Trees. 4 varieties;?? Pear
: KOO-I) than! .11'vthin hf ever u"p.1 1 1tiouhlo. (center .uc the only 1 lauds in the GEO W. YOUNG{ 14
varieties Apricot 7 Persimmon
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OrangewrapsaL I 11 u Sternbnrg .
oy, uiai1iasig N'l-thin! llki it. Kn-n The: LaIIi s' Improvement Association 8.'-ue oil which a sliawhi ny ciop ca'i I I.e ,
: .1 CH'; %. tri 1 hottl! -s at tuke DrllllCt.u 1l'att; v'l iipened with Mitlici i't lirmness lo with- PRICES Starke, : FIn. 77. choicest varieties; Peach 80. harp
Peaches berries drug stur.-.Iarge ,ottles00o_ fcud l.1cree's 5 :are woiking hard for a dry si ind sliipmc' lo 'he 2 irthern maiketiin selected varieties;Quince 2. Chines

grapes, vegetables ,ark. Two pieces of laud east of good) ('onuiiion I It is ('SI jinnse.i I that etc., and oranges in season. r Wine of Cardul Third. He carries the nicest '
own were jjeneiously donated }b> tile vicinity of Starke over 200 icres o[ and NOTARKand
tf P. & C. Ex., Jackson .-illo. and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT arc Capt. Richard) tn:111'. J. '/. Truby, -1 tiaubnes, :: lire now being cultiva) ell. and of them in their second' year.

The TKLEGHAm will be sent to for sale by the following merchants in tut: to complete) the nece saty out rair to be the largest crop ever pro- line of Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets Fire Insurance. 'This place must be seen to be apprect
"lFor further information to
ilmtil here. apply
bny: address for Si Bradford Represents LIVERPOOL& LONDON & GLOBE, .
a_year.f cou ty: : amount ol aiea for the paik it \\ as'oitnd
8TARKE DRUG Co. Starke.G. ,
f No trouble to gtt your money ,, W. YOUNG. Hampton. nl'cC'.ssarto puichase tw tI aid plushes for this mar- and HARTFORD Fire Inranuio '
desire friend and the Choice lots of Land in towa and Fla.
when you deal with the P. & C. Ex- JNO.A. KING, Lake Butler.J. small tracts of laud), whirh the ladies In state to my Companws.for Kale.STARKE Htarke,
county 5-
P !SlcCULT.FY Lawt >. public gl'm.r.II\: I that 1 have accepted the
[change. _ tf H. C' PARKEK Sew lUrer. have been l'n l'3\'oting to do, with II,1 1'I"'I.1 theist of deputy count} surveyorloi ket consequenty the trade FLORIDA.ne13tf Fraze & 'H.allAn'ys .
Fine l0te1flI carriages at JY The Chicago Ledger the help of our citizens, who, withme [ I Hi.ulfo'd! county. \Vhoevermayde- ] .
or two exception", responded to &siiv III)' Mrvico in that capacity' can rely' and Counsellors at Law
I Alvarez t fc Co. Is tWI'ntyClrs old and has acirculittiiii,
he and his been up MI a ('onirl UI"VI'V. 1 shall use m>' comes to him for nice goods. TATE POWELL H. o.
of 14'UlO!> copies a week. It \is H i' >mbined I call a suhsctipuon .
J W :; tis-1.i ; on nil Mirveys. atnl it Will kIul,1 ROOM SO. JONES BLOCK.
l1oI1 IIO"S I.
l.irue stock
story and family pLpr fully op to I' li..t'I1.. lItIil'il..Ht to puielnse this 1 land) l
cfoie Ihil
clothing that he i is boiud to sell. tIt times iu eveiy particuhr.' h.iiutsomely ind pay for it and still have a nial nt-u.t.; 1 come h-iil; have competent me may assistance.seem ii>- Fourth. His financial standing PHYSICIAN AND SUGEON.omee STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA..
I Call undated. There is :.This
and myk.Orange a FtshiouDepartment left thetuccsary And Downty: Bulld'g. cor- a4.
Amount to commence R'.sjxci fully,
and also a Y"unjj PeopliVDepartment Center crate material at Truby, either of wliirh nUnie! is improvements.. The ladnsU"tre ._ ._ S. \GARDINER enables him' tot buy direct at Ga.blu.> Drug Store, J1 _'

5ternburg&Co'. worth .tlie liUhSC1'ipllctn pi ice sif |2 pt-i to take tins method of. exnebbing McE'rce's! aafl.saANNOUNCEMENTS.IE Of CAIi'Ut Jor leraa.e uiscasen STARKE FLORIDA J. WI8S .& SONS, bpRAcTIci
; year. ?1 for six inont.s, <-r 50 c'.i.ts i then! many thanks to all my13tf ,

; If you are due anything on your fur three months. Stnil fur im- hoso; who have so liberallv I contnbited : from the manufacturer and -
eub:cription to the '!TELEGRAPH specimen copies n nil! inducetnent-s! i for P&TsCaveats
we them for this ; !
to i'"l"pllJ
chilis. BuYs und ffitls) ever wlK-re ORANGE
: will
take oats, corn, fodder, pot a- .. cash"and thus an'l de-Marfcx obtained and an Patent :
nto put
the lie
toes chickens m:ikiiijT money sc'lliiii? Lt'oIlc'r tn lejiu money l'ai..t'IL., lIt'i public For Tovru Marshal strictly for business couducre forMODKBATE FEES. .
eggs or anything else lar cltslul1t.rs'rllc for p.inici.i'U.. I nnj rIlVl'IIIl'Ialll is a bfruht to all OUR OFUCE IS OPPOSITE U 8 PATENT Lngebs S
, you want to turn off, and allow full Address ihe ;puMisIier.! I). B j-e I 13 The fiicuiisof J. W. Alvanz tike this Office m>d .e can secure patent In le'* time
market; price. f 115 and 117Fiflh_ nvenu-. Cliic.isn.. 4t; -like i mi'ilmfi ..f "HIHIOUIH'ing him it candidate ting him in touch with the importer and at !ia.cvst than those remote from Wash,
'I lie S L l"ATp.iir., for low it m.u>!.ril) If elected ho will do ington. .wIth
Send model.drawing or hot" description. -
Walter'Wills has just 'received The Saturdn hi; 'Italy faithfully He i is suited toFlir tht' We advis it piteutableornotfre I'.t'
TUHS7tay the I t
Lu-l IkMuiiigwAth making -
the finest stock of candies Is the creaiesl nev\sh.ipi-r; vvuiuleror IhvHjre. mt'it t, III vi'r. sptcl '1111.1 WC ask tile manufacturer, charge U'lr fee not due bit patent t'('.'
in town. It is f our years old 11,1.IIlIS Hvfirouhlion :ill \va. I"" seere of a very p'ets.int' d :111'1'1 uf t ll1e' 1l'1' IIf :5ilrlie: name"\ Little o' aet9afdllent'book -How In to your Obtain state Patents, coailyor'with .

fcipans Tabulcs move the bowels. of ovi-r a quarter nulii' copiesweek. I social gaiherins.. th: ocer-i-m i luing tie -. F:::11\1)< him the only middle man to\n,Sent frpf. Address.' ,. TlNle' __0 ..
The latest sensations and ihe n.,,-. fair afllJ.Y ttr sup, tr given I"y th-1, I'uli<". C. A.-SNOTV & (0. .rial&lid ... "' .- ..
Citron, currant*, rai il'i in j -nd m rvii<>us C'l'nISrc written up in" .h, tni'iiNpf \I r. IIn-l i n aninrincemm Opp.Patent Office. W AMJIXOTOS,D. C. n. 1ItPu"rVtaII..It IIL't'ca. ._

prUnes i'l"t' received atVc!. In-ot bt\lc- Ht.d fully illustrHled.s ul Mrintions nflt.eS L.I.A. I :tS H (':uIl aIal'J l lr cil> inirsmsssl 1. -ji'ul between the consumer and man "4-1IMd '. '--" .r' ; "
'Vills' er received nt $2 per ,('lIr. $' fllr $IX Owing lo som t lru1wown'mi f"rIlUl" -i>k Cot iiiiu tin! support (of lirj Voter ui Fruit_ Trees.I .. .. ','

-. months or 50 cents for i thrie months lie oysters were not fortlicomnitj.! s-o tl.e: the -iy citction._Fiutsos. n-fin call the attention of tbtnO intercstetl ,"_ $ .*li ,,I.1.' sumLXBVEItS -

falter Wills Special inducements to clubs Send for supply fell much short of what; had been For Cit,. Clerk.I r. in putting out' fruit tretof ao) '. '. :-'
keeps the l'U can free specimen copies. DillS everywhere The Uhles were nicely deconirdnnd kind. to the fact that'1 can fill tlnrir nrdtr.clunpcr : ,:
dy in town., the Blade exixcted.[ 11l rl.ll\ -uiuouacc myself a. candidate ,
are nuking big money selling cacti received its full quoti of than they cm get, sudi &;Hj4uUenhtYe.
on the IreeIs.Vriie for particulars I for re-dulon to ths oftlcc of city clerk. ., Lc(5bntc pears n '-"rilnwo' .
A .h"llsille with D. 118 hungry mortals md so!icil rt of Ihe citizens at the ,\_IEAtER1- .
prize Address <
every the publisher. Boyce. i'hc r"IIC111",111 was in the (' Pound of cofft-e at Walter Wills'. 115 and 117 t'iflh avenue. Chicaci I' 4t the Inu'di g, and many m-ful nd fancy tuWII election. .R.\ U ..JoiXEtt.Thi ,- Also a large stock'(,r shrnbbcry'' .' A: roao .. .5
.; : 'sSsL': ':". can see'whal IJP Is .buying brfore :he p y.
arlifles -.'l1-tpr.lIls. hmriker .
Electric Bitters. weie disp1" .
Pre-cott & fiendsnf Walter Wills sn.nuitiliCO 7l '.Y. aENEMil MERCHANDISE
Wvn many 'J for It. Grnpe v'mcs of the heaL varieties
win clean at Sampson This rtiiiedy is bwomii;* so WEaknown chief cases: photo niph holders I lidi..s.t'Il'1I imn'n catmlulite for .-&he lice ofiify .k-': .. ;
1cfWl'1.1nt'.litlaand to 11'eel'lIo of fair ladies for for Flor!dli J.Notice \'t.YD101', < ,
Sat. ami so popular l she work our : ,
cll'l k. arid'respeetlally ask the >>uppmiof !- -
urday Qt. each week s)pial mention. AM who have ns >dKlpetric .he ;lNi4i! ('l1i5e.Oii ) ; ih : e .J -, 1. l' .
111 4t leeit1Zei.! fl.bc coming election.) :; : nYuooDs.
Bitters sir},; the sallie; M PS opraise. IIf the chief features of the fair 4- : : < of Tovn ,Ele tro ..

Georgit TUat.prof oats at A purer medicine tInes not exi"t was the Siuer and fruit "uotb."hicll was For City Tax .Assessor_ .:_-: :Atio.l. Is 1\TOTICP tiberibygI'wIn ib.111 rf .,. .
Stl'nlbllrfY. & Co's. .Truby, audit is truaiutoed to do alt!. that i1- presided ovrr l hv Miss Eva Truby. who I hcreW announce mrselt for re-election) : :' 'Jr- : :. ; ; be belt iTttMtot n of $Urke. Bradford ".5 .TNOT1ONs,1. ," : ; ,.
------------- olaiuied. Electric Bitters will cure itl1 1 was beautifully "dressed ill a wiite suit. tl) the olllce; uf city tax nfistSM-or. Thanking ., : :.5- ,' '' -eu .- county. State of TteH..: on Sjrtordar,:lh" .17thyotDeemr1.D.fl'g r -- ,. .. 5: ;,' ...'

BUQllen's Arnica S tve. diseases of the Liver Boils and, Salt K1dne'>'s. wfl'Icntvo anotiieVJiffectionsenused !- Dimmed with ;r. nherries and pink chrys my iends, fir.Uitil ,'support in the :;' ;. ,. #.. .For aM-P. <- ::1lOTSI! -: '' .:,; : ..
Thi.t riniples. -
bruIses, salve_ In the World for 1Itx l lIy itr.j,tire Moot) anthemums., Another of the chbf J\1f1'1l p&>t..l respectfully s licit the_same,hearty ,:,;; .,. :. ,. :,. -, :*'For1L-Marsb&1.For a U..rk.' :.- 5 ., .IY
sore .4 5
uh'c lions .
sore' il. salt r.1punfeTe; Will drive Malaria from the system and WIIS an orange tree contaIning fruitof support in the aiming election. .;-.rf ,':1., .' .c"'.. J'4 .For a 1re&8\U'tr. S SHOESaM .i. y., .
'tllum'l" *.vat in Starke. T. W. SWEAT.* : O ";' tI-p S 'to :1i
icty hitherto unknown .
oomlC &ucl al1 chalI chill.lttius, prevent as uell as cure ail Maluiaevers. .. '" -.- -.:.: ',; '. ..;." 1':r-'"VOl'*Tax Assessor. -S--S.- S i+"
U" ert111U ns. and pOi .. For- nioof Headai-he fonstipafion iiich! fouod reiidy sale- '" iL,5 ----. .1. :For tttreoAldena' .5 .
h lcur S llf'Sur; no PRY rcqufroo. It Electric Bitters The receipts hull' over $50.' :'Thc fik-nds) of iii.;: Wa'l annonnceWmlis .' >, : .. .". "t' c fr Zit'.witaera vbmnf I heregnto"Iet mf band OQERXESP tit.G.i
and :
a ,
anleed to glvo t"'I'( Ir.diRestion try Net were ". .. '. .4 ana.;affix the vat of aafd town_thU W day t .. ,
Oz "r&Tnnded. Prieo.t tisrltctin Entire SStIlf.\"!ion l1arlltOl. or nvMie.\ proceeds: will I loe.ahoutS@ 3.j' a ctodidile: for 'ily tnr aiwtisor.5DW ., ,' .-,'' '. .,- .I Novembe. ?. A.. P.183J.. ; S 4 -: S '
,4 2 "nts per. refunded. Prioo 5fk atil bottle at I Cowu'rhu.w .
fOf per : SStarke --
&ale by SLarke ti'f eF for Weak Nen. i : '
Drug Co. Starke Drug Cu' drug store. 3 CLACK-DRAUGHT. cures. Cntip.tion.A MeFLRE'S :'" ..' .. .,,. 1'G. '-. 'I. ot4tflttyovifBtrt&: _.5_' .5- .5t -

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.. ; 'THANK80IVIHa'e' .-' .:ij..TI'' .iuttbe poor, mal, old ootmfottor.- Ms.had ipokea if the'distance,were .... *ktil1'lar. RFig. ., .1 Home:Dressmaking..' I .

; W : ., WMb iratofal bwrta M aD It,. Hanks, almost crying btnalf. north. coasideria/c/ it was quite a" Take choice' fat- pig six- "weeks' old, ] r* 'fA

: .,, .&D1a.aU tIauua4ah ab: Yean* before,. the Kirkei were the journey for her., When she returned' she not younger, though it may be 'a little The sensible woman,, she who has the -wise mother can take ten minutes
,w ::' ,And Uttery oome*np alone the; war, people>of wealth end poritfoa"Ia, thai looked white and acared. older., Hare_ it. carefully killed and beat taste and knows jut how to'make every day and read to' her,children a

$ r : '. : Jtor what shall we'&* thanks to-day part of the country. Bat oae tnmble "She isn't there hasn't been." dressed, and thoroughly washed.-'_'Trim the best of it, is learning, ,if she doesn't words astronomy, geology which or physiol no

after another had come opoa the honee. "Harkl" said Godfrey Eirke, holding out carefully with a sharp narrow-bladed thoroughly understand it already to ogy. Not dry statistics, carry

:. Vkr* peace scrkl plenty, bosr mflls,. First, the wife of .the master died. up.one leaa hand knife the inside of the mouth, and ears, have her dresses -..de at home. There I knowledge to the little minds, but the

... : ) Tneeattteon a thousand IaIlI." Haud 'the daughter married a maa the 'history of names of planets and'atan.. their places DO WT K DERATEDwKKnstes.
I'm' cit out the tongue and chop off the end never was a tinwia connected Jbiameb. and Paints waisa i iUi
bunting bans, wbersin Is ttoreJ whoee only crime wee poverty Be was of the' clothes when so much dressmaking was and the mjlaelogical story *bands Isjnre the Iron and bnrrt off.Tbe .
snout Rub the with
n.&oI4a craba;I incI --board& frail,scholarly maD, quite nafitted fora -2'- ,,II' mixture of.salt, pig and well pounded a done at home. Women have grown with.them; stories of the strata of rocks beneath Durable Rising Son and Stove the eomnnncr Polish,UlirilUani pays for Bo Odorb Ua 1MM.
pepper buried -
; Gin tU.nb1 of coal and other minerals or l&e.package wiui eery pnrcfcu
fierce against advene fortune.: i, tired oh tired of the sameness with
ir ii. 31 ... age, and sprinkle it rather liberally with so how the hot waters -
He fell ill ad died. A later his T The' mistress of clay and stones; .
: Por orchards bearing way fruit year I 4dU : red pepper, and a dash outside, too.. custom dressmaking. down underus -
wife followed him their child the household selects some young girl or and the cold are deep RADFIELD'S
Por yielding pod and toothsome root leariag Make a rich stuffing of bread crumbs until he needs ttem

a And all that God declared was good. *. to its grandfather' ,' Godfrey Eirke. To'! -corn bread stuffing is de rigeur for woman who ia. handy with her needle.and waiting discovers for their man biding places! ; stories FEMALE
work and
the latter had the final blow when then she goes studiously 'S
z In bin or dale or" field or" wood:I pig, though you can put half of one andhalf all bones and nerves muscles
his only Iba Robert his hope and pride, .4'T'H plane her own wardrobe. First of of our own : -
Gin thanks! of the other inside of Mr. Piggy if and blood the course of our food from REGULATOR,
she tries her hand an inexpensive ;
had to Thea ia the .
-q' sea.
run air
away somebody insists loaf bread stuffing. how fresh
: 't For water bright and sweeet and clear on dress and if she makes a success of it, the mouth to.the stomach; baa prse n Infallible
hoi which since the death of the mis. ,
If bread have thick rich dry up specfflc for an derangeJ..
r 0, -. A million fountains far and Dear tress had been a cheerless and dreary you use corn a which she is very likely to do, .she goeson Invigorates us, and stimulants! easily mcnts reenliat to tTi..
: .: pone of bread baked, and crumble it aa of perfection to the tissues. It Is astonishing how fcma1esezzuc,aschroeIek
For gracious$streamlets lakes, and rlUl from one degree .,
: miserliness
of .
place, began a rigid reign words and wcmb and
it handle ovarian
.. soon as iicoolinough to season little children learn the long dIi.RC3.e3.
.: : That flow from everlasting hills: and another. subjects it taken in tints i iregelates Itt
misery. these -
consequent it highly with black and red. i All
; : Gin thanks! : pepper, Three-fourths of the difficulty about use them intelligently. I and rroaacbealtby
Bessie broke from her friend and brought
: ran sage, thyme, savory marjoram- 1eed dressmaking lies in the fact that women and a hundred more are action of all fa

: ', For summer dews and timely frost, upstairs and into her own little bare 00 I onion-just enough to flavor it, and do not realize what absurd figures they before them errry day in a rightly con- II, P I lions organs of,f Voting tbe genera ladies i

: ,_ ; The son's bright beams, not one ray lost, room.- There was no fire in the grate, i plenty of fresh butter; moisten it well cut in the clothes they wear. Once let ducted kindergarten.11omeTrn1L the a?t of puberty.

? ". ,4- ,For willing hands to sow the seel though the diY.was cold with the pene. : with stock, cream, or even hot water. the full conciousaess of this dawn on l B B i" ""* pans ,wfllflndfata! older fceal/fr.ne9 soothing at the toni&at .

.. >" And.reap the harrectt gnat indeed: trating damp of a wind from off the Stuff the pig well and sew it up closely.If them, and the work is done; for never An Echo of the Summer.He The highest recotnnefatlnns from rnnnS'uent

,; ..., Give thanks ocean. She went to the window and you have a tin roaster and open fire, afterwards will they consent to look Writ rinysicfcuw for booLt"To and th onn.<*e*who*mailed tare free tried gold ftf: 5

c -' : stood there looking out across the flat the pig will be roasted by that much ridiculous what is even worse commonplace by all dmggi. Bw4rz.D EzoiL&ro
'' P'orbe&rthand home-lore's altar fires- brown marshes to where the water ff better. If you have not, put the pig ina while harmony, symmetry was in the ribbon department.She proprietors,Atlanta,tJ -

: :T For loriog children, thoughtful sires; tossed and turbulent. : for saw him and rushed to meet him.
: greenish "BOBEBT! AT1I&B1t! long pan and setJt in the oven, and and beauty can be had by working she
For tCder'eent1e wire?, "A horrid day," she said, with a leave the stove door open until the pig : it;' for whatever her follies and vanities "Ah,'I have found you at last!

Who fill oar hearts and bless our lira: shiver "but it can't be worse out than i be the American woman isn't lazy, cried. "This weary search that begin
"That is only the carrier with the begins to cook, gradually closing the may ended."
Girethanksr when it to matters of away last summer is now
-' In. especially comes
flour." so that the cooking will not be '
poor -
( "What be asked in perfect composure
For heaven's care lif '.journey through. She put on a short old''Astrahan "Ask him if he has seen her!" done too fast. The pig must be well adornment-New'York Ledger. "can,I dolor !" ,
::4 '1"_ For health and strength to dare and do. jacket, a little felt hat aai a pair of MM. Dotty went into the hall. Almost dredged with flour when put in the pan. Three Things. "I, want our engagement broken. It

:, : %; ; For ears to hear,' for.ye> to see muchmendedcloth glores. Then she instantly she returned.. Mix some flour and butter together in a has worried me more than tongue can

,.. Earth's beauteous things on Ian i and sea: went quickly down and out. "He.has not. He says there is the plate, and pour about a quart of hot Three things to admireIntellectualpower tell. BileBeMisSmall.

t .. .. Gus thanks! The, dusk the drery November dusk, body of'a young woman at the town water in the pan"with the pig when it is diginity and gracefulness.Three "Certainly, miss. .Is there anything .

: 'j wr!(". .p..' -M; A.Xtdder. was filling the room wjien the old man, morgue." put on the fire. Have: a larding-mop in things to love-Courage, gentleness else today?"-Judge; .

\ his accounts laid down the of flour butter and
plodding over "Whatl" plate an4 mop and affection. .
: : : his pencil and the bell.Mrs.. the pig frequently'with the mixture Three to hate Cruelty arrogance -
: :>/ :I -BESSIE'S THANKSGIVING rang Godfrey Kirke leaped from his cluir. things "If V.. Want Cook B..k" I &
f .. : : Dotty responded. Mr. Kirke kept but "He says that the body of a young girl while it is roasting. and ingratitude. Send ten cents in stamps to E. O. McCormick I Guaranteed to cure Eton* Attack*; Wk;

; 4--it-.,., one other servant (if Mrs. Dotty could was found in the East Branch to-day." If a roaster is used, set it about two Three things to delight in-Frankness, 6. P.& T.Agt. H.*D.K. R., Cincinnati.',;, Headache and Conatll UoB.40 mbottle. <

.".- :, ; 211' KATK It. CLUB correctly be termed a servant), and she Godfrey Kirke..aank back in his seat. feet from the fire at first, but continueto freedom and beauty. have The Cincinnati issued a special Hamilton edition& of Dayton the Martha R. R. Frice 3c. For sass bydmgjtaU, -, ,

?t absolutely refused .to enter the protesting MIS.-Dotty smiled- hard little smile to move it nearer and nearer as the pig Three things to wish for-Health, Washington Cook Book 320 pages and fully il- Picture"7.l7; 0"8 Ptodosefree; J JA.
i ;. MOST diffident friends and cheerful spiritThree lustrated. This Cook Book Is In use! on the A ffiprliton, tW
presence of her master herself as she closed the door and went cooks. Baste it frequently with the a D.between Cincinnati F. SMITH CO.,
: the C., B.&
'"f'". I and modest "Teal" water in the betweenwhilea of things to avoid-Idleness, loquacity dining-cars on served meals -
.' .) .; away. Sue knew. how many friends pan mop and Chicago,on which are
e t : ,1 knack>> it was. "Yes sir." ping with flour and butter. and flippant jesting. unequalled for the r perfect cooking-The Book
Bessie had. She if ,
t4 ', ,...,. .I, Perhaps because The meek hOYHkeeper.withdrew.. she were not, found, at one place she To be sure the pig is done, thrust a Three things to fight for-Honor, will of the be ten sent: cents prepaid in alamos.to any The address C.,H.on&receipt D..In; "GeiimanlMy

.4- ;. -' .. 171 it was ,so very Ten minutes later she brought in a trayon would be at another; and she was' maliciously : skewer through the thickest part of him; country and home. connection Route with to Chicago.the MonoD,fa the"World'sFair
r -'ui. diffident Three things to govern-Temper,
: ; N 1, Is, very which were tea, bread, butter, two and pleasantly conscious that she if no pink or reddish juice oozes out it and conduct.Three .

p I mod irritated cups,
; ,.. J .. .. Js1lthemorethe Kirke poured out his tea, shook a littleof genuine scare. over. When the pig is ,done pour things CAN YOU mm rax: WORD?
death and etemity.-Dt'troit Free Press.
4 -;" Jg' peculiarly alert the sugar he was about to use back in the latter sat where she had left the gravy in a saucepan and cook it There la a 3-inch display advertisement In
has two words
: wnlcn no
:: < '. .;:.' serves ,of Mr. the old silver bowl, added carefully a him. Thinking. For the first time in sufficiently." This will not be necessaryif Willing to Compromise this alike paper except,thia one week word. The same is trne of

.. .:' .: Godfrey Kirke. few drops of milk and cut a slice of he was thinking sadly, seriously, the pig was cooked in the stove oven. each new one appearing; each week. from The
", years Co. This house places a
,. "Oh,come in, bread. solemnly. Than"sgiTing-eTel I In his The pig's liver may be boiled in well "No," said the young woman. "It Dr."Crescent"Barter on everythIng they make and acquamtance with Boschee's

'. I J'.4.:,. come in!I" he "Butter has gone up three cents in the wife's time the house used to be gay and salted water, pounded up, and added to can never be I I wish I could have spared publish' Look for it. send will return them the 'name oox.EIAU'flTVL German Syrup was made about fonrj
'. : cned. of the word and they you
i last week," he said. "I can't afford to I cheerful on that night so filled with comfort the gravy, which should be very savory you the pain of this refusal, but let me LITHOGRAPHS or SAMrLxsraxa. teen years ago. I contracted at
: A'n elderly woman entered the room. 1
butter." and odorous and plentiful. which resulted in a hoarseness 1
: She had a email pale'withered face a use I bright anticipations, so sIY"Don't will be sisterto Have T.. A at hum f I
; 'always a
So he munched his bread dry, with a with the homely fragrance of good things The pig should be invariably served say you Dr.R. Schlffmann St.Paul Minn. will man : cough which: disabled me from J Jinff
kind face though pleasant gentle. Miss !1" howled the disappointed
., sense of exaltation in his self-imposed in the kitchen, so delightfully merry with with baked sweet potatoes and plenty'ofgood me, Kerleigh trial package of richiffmann's Astluna Cur pulpit for a number of Si
.. ;, She was dressed in a worn dark gown. and sauce either mushroom man. "Anything but that I" free to any sufferer. Gives Instant relief in my
He would not the the brisk bustle attendant the pickle ,
,4 on morrow's -
penance. open and where others fail. baths. After trying a physfci
The net fichu crossed over her slender "No Mr. Wellalong she said gently."I worst cases cures
: poorhome-door for himself but. Now it' desolate or green pepper catsup, for despite his thia and send address.
by using
festivity. was Name paper without obtaining relief I 1
shoulders old-fash hardly old enough for that. ButI saw
; was clasped by an am
is safe
toothsomeness roast not
ter. But somehow the rank tea tasted dreary darksome with depressing and pig very '
of that weak or inflamed advertisement of
ioned medallion. might be a niece something Our old reliable eye-water cures your remedy i
ranker than usual. Surely the bread unutterable Whose fault was it! eating without plenty of red. peppor.Go .- lids without pain.
gloom. Tribune eyes or granulated
i I ..? 'To-morrow will be Thanksgirmg- kind you know. Chicago Price2 c.John R.Dickey Drug Co..Bristol.Va. obtained a bottle. I received i
And the outside the His! Kirke
gloom Goifrey savagely
wUlour. decided ,
? 4i. en, she said "I wished to know if I and help. I never
; permanent
small circle that the lamplight illumined relentless to himself in this moment as J Expensive FueL If afflicted with sore eyes use Dr.l aae Thomp.son's .
f. might prepare for the day after. Eye-water.DruEgista sell at 25cper bottle. tate to ten my ezperience.. Rev.1
seemed singularly dense. What was be would hare been to another. Hisl I Thanksgiving Little Girl-"I went into Mr. Elite's

: : .; ..;. An originally handsome apartment, wrong? What was mining What was when his devoted wife bad drooped and house, and there isn't a door left in it. H. Htggerty, Martinsville, N.J.!
this! in which the old man sat and it should riot
\\i t "- ., different lie paused, his hand falling died under his ever-increasing arrogance, Merriment run on Turkey Nothing but curtains hung on poles.

I ,' had been handsomely furnished. Now by his side. The child-as be and Mrs. dictation. Hisl! when Maud married the Day. Let Thanksgiving be a night of Isn't it too bad?" iyijJPFRioN1 NATIOrfAL( SURGICAL IHSTITl
: both the room.and its belongings! bore fun for the little and
ft t rollicking children $ '
Djtty hid always called her-the child first man who offered himself, to escape Mamma-'Too bad i" ii ATLANTA, OLL
the mark of creeping poverty, or extreme was not 'here. She rued to slip in so from her fathers pretty rule. His! when big. In after yean when they are away Little Girl-"Yes, I is awful sorry for ) TrMto D6f<*niL
r t. :; pennriousness. The master of the from home its influences will linger Chroni* DIMMH.!**!
'., .. quietly, tike: her seat, and when her Robert ran away to escape the narrow her. I suppose coal is so high now tbey's Club Fwt. IMiiiiuWjII
:. house seated by the center table seemed around them still. Your
; ;" : was over, glide away just obligation and unjust restrictions laid : son or your had to chop up tb' doors."Street & Hip,Spin*i
: share the character of the lie meager supper ink Kta
to room. be in the
:" ,J daughter may kept "straightand Smith's Good News.experienced L
softly. Yes, little as he noticed her, upnn him. Hisl I when the child his i tarrb.I'auIlUMM
: ; too had been. handsome once. Now the remembrance *, H
f'1 narrow way" by
she was generally there. He rang the dead daughter had left him could no I olth*Urinary( .
hewasexprcs&ireonly of age and indigence endure his I of just one happy home night.A AN cook says: "Use a P Scad i illntntaa 4
bell brutality or
sharply. longer accept
', from the threadbare: collar of simple game that even the baby can silver spoon when cooking mushrooms.The -- ar. 3amstbap ;
from him the scant he so grudgingly
: c his limp dreum -gown to the tips of his support almost take part in is called "Fish, flesh silver will be b'ackened if any injurious -
His fault-all his I In "
4 t thin and shabby slippers. gave.: or fowl." The leader must stand and quality is present.
those lonely hours the whole relentless

; I :. "Prepare what?" he growled. 11BE tiuth dawned upon him, as such truths say to one, "Fish, flesh or fowL" then Wake,Tile.Up!
4' : :; "Why a turkey, sir; or a pie, or-or //11// will dawn, in most bitter brilliance He if before he has counted five that one That's what should be done with the kidneys -

;:, a bit of cranberrj-sauce, sir-*' dropped his head on his hands with a does not give the name of some fowl he when they grow sleepy. Their inaction

;. .. He looked so fierce her words died in I must pay a forfeit. There ia lots of fun precedes their disease.! That capital diuretic I

her throat. groan. in this for in his effort to think of ,
dim game, Hoetetter's Stomach Bitten gives exactly: the ,
looked around
: "Turkey. And where do He shabby fowl quickly one is likely to get right impetus when they' become slnggi'b. r'T
: :_ you suppose room. He looked at the dying tire in some Use it and keep out of danger,for you are "1Dit" 'BNJOYBB '
; I 4 I I can get the money to spend on the He wondered of what confused and cry out "eels" or "ele if your kidneys don't act. This medicineis :

,. .. turkey And pie 1 To make us all s'ck, grate. use phants," forgetting that ,these are unlikely also ad ipted to malarial and rheumatic ailments th the method and results when
would! be to him now hU twenty-thou- ,want of vigor and irregularity\ of bowels -
and bring doctors and doctors' bills saad: in band: *, his eight hundred acres fowls. The leader must talk ,liver and stomach. '- Syrup of Figs! taken;,it w pleasant

: r down on me! And," with a sniff of of meadow land, the money he had out rapidly for the older folk, but more and refreshing to the taste, and ads
The difficulty of sollering together two
:: disgust, "cranberry sauce-the skinny at interest. He rose in a dazed kind of !slowly for the little ones. It will incite pieces of alnmninnm is said to have been gently yet promptly on the Kidnejiv:

,' '.... staff T, No, Mrs. Dotty. A bit of bacon definiteness the latter to look up all the available overcome by the use of chloride of silver as a Liver and Bowels cleanses the ays-
a shadowy takiug ,
:. : :'." and some bread will be good enough" for r17I _2r way,in hU mind.purpose He wished he had I names of fowl when' they know this game fuse. _ tern effectually, dispels colds, headaches '.

... folks like us-good eaoirjh. is to be played.
poor been better to Besse; he wished-but I and fevers and cures habitual
I '- i for that was' the I father's home from India'
His un-
housekeeper, 'My got
what was the use of wishing now! There constipation. Syrup of Figs Ja&he'only :
I. ; .; ,.,. enviable position.Mrs. Dotty occupied in I is a game that never failed to bring '
; could bo but one satisfactory answer to of its kind eva ,' '
I :
-' h.-: Godfrey Kirke's household, resolved to 6\ \ all his self-condemnation.. A shot from down the house in my young days and ftfZAxaorUHIOCrrror TOUDOf_.> the and produced RELIEVES an Btamech Usfaestv P

I -. : make one last appeal. I it must have been enjoyable, for after all LuCA.lCotnn.'T. -", pleasing to taste acceptable REMOVES Kansea Sense tf 7\ :
the revolver in the drawer yonder,that he .-
Frank J. oath that he the
Cheney to the in
: "But I thought on account of I these' I feel aa if I would like to stomach prompt i i
:; : perhaps had always kept in readiness for possible yean color partner of the firm of F.J. Cheney & 'mrf '- i/
: '; of:" the child," the began. play it now, if had a right merry lot of Co. doing business in the City of Toledo. its action and truly b D 'ciaI''Ithefecth : REVl ., '>
.4 -...' child I" burglars. H e ruse. He moved toward Palmetto Goldsmith County and State aforesaid and that said firm prepared only from:the most RESTORES Xoraal ChTalatkti'inl'fl
"The child-the he repeated, readers about me, writes will the urn of $100 for each and .
the table. His figure cast a fantsstic pay every .
:- i-.: Irascibly, "I'm sick of hearing about in the American Agriculturist.Seat case of catarrh that cannot be oared by t.U11M healthy and agreeable irabetances, its WDU ro Tea T121 vi: Jj
:. HAD THE WEAPOX IX HIS HIND. shadow on the wall. The tears were Balls
of Catarrh DR. HAITER mOtCMI CO.St.LoHa t; tlsV;:
: her." streaming down his cheeks. There the children on three aides of a Cure.FRAHK jr.CHXXKT. many excellent qualities commend it

6 Indignation made Mrs. Dotty quite room and let the leader sit so that he'can Sworn to before m* and subscribed in mr to all and have made it: the mostpopw
"Where is she! heaskel Mrs. Dotty for his death
might be. thanksgiving presence this 6th day of December,A.IX,;i88d.I ANAONISHlNGETONIC +
bold for otce.i when she popped in her mild old bead... thougi.there could never have been any be seen by all. He must then say, A.W.GLXABOX.SXAIi .. remedy known. .'

't... .f..:, 'She's your own granddaughter, sir. There was no need W p trticitsriz). Mrs. for his life. ")[y father's got home from India." 1-.-> NoltJrv Pubifio.- Hyrup of Figs is for.'sale in 50oand _FOItWO

I t. ; That's what she is." Dotty cut a s.vu't, searching 103k Hark! "What did he bring you!" one most Hairs Catarrh Cure Is taken internally and $1 bottles by all leading drug MO f'.e., ..' %

.t-, "Well, I didn't ask for her, did 11? I be instructed to ask. acts directly on the blood and mucous surfacesof ';
A arl>urd. He bad the weapon in his hand. Restarted the system. Send for testimonials free. gists. Any reliable ,druggist who
c V' never wanted to adopt her. What right You reply "A fan, and then beginto F.J. CaDET A Co. Toledo (X
"Isu't she here! nervpusly. Was thst Beislo'syoicel not have it hand will]
make such x fan with hand which .. Bold by Druggists, 75c. ... !may on ; procure
) 3' had her mother to a poor Without for she yourself your WINE ,
waiting a reply, He turned, dropping the revolver it for 'who:15r
promptly one
"i any
; herself Tom'Bar all imitate. .
: -, \ hand of by marrying turned and ran up the stairs to B nie'. with a clatter. Yes,-there she was, not must it IJoDot :.S;

-JL .- rett, and then' ccme baci to die here, room. There the knocked. No three feet away, fresh, fair, damp, smilins. Then you repeat the remark about the ,. accept any 'f.

and leave me her girl! EhT She's an answer. She opened the door, went in. ; return of your father, and another asks, ;.,.('.' "t
;" 'expense, Itch! you; that' all. An ex- The "What did he bring you!" CALIFORNIA :FIB SYRUP CO.
: ; room was empty. "It is the queerest thing, she said, i
penser"The "Two fans," fanning with both hands, BncHAK's PILLS enjoy the largest sale of _
descended sUirs. SAHFKAHGOCO.CJH.
she the .
Hastily towaid him she "I
coming as spoke. ,
k'- ; any proprietaiy: me icine in the world '
-' Lord help us, but he's getting which all must imitate. LOUISVILLE. *r. .MEW rORf. H.Y. -
"Shs is not in, sir. felt-badly-yesterday, and I went over only in St.Helens,England. CARD -
:,' worse than ever!I1' murmured the woman, To the next q>iestion the answer is,
"Where is !
to Mrs. FArnham'stosee if she could get T FOK A FAILURE !
with that downright disrespectful "Two fans a boot and a shoe which 1000 DOT IDS"
: at, a bang was "I don't know, sir.1 me work. I met MM. Nelson, and she ..We__Ian all ehronia diby *-
she slammed the door behind necessitates that both hands throughthe : mail br.: oar new
go ...
0 Kirke his
Impatiently Godfrey pushed asked me to home with her. Dicky --bodL Add. SAC.
her. go motion of fanning, while the feet I. TERIO AIED.CO..", 1I1Iroa4 c.. Atlaot.. G..
; chair back from the table.!>> was ill, and she! wanted me to stay over H Str n0th .the Weak

"You-you, Miss Bessie! "You ought to know; it's your business night. She sent you a note. At least tap the floor. n -
She'started as'she looked and saw To the next reply. "Two fans, a A WOMAN: HAS Nerves, Relieves :
i:_ up, to know. But it doesn't matter-- she sent the boy with it, but he lost it, you
,, :Bessie Barrett standing so near her. She boot, a shoe and a hat," and then the :, Suifjring and Cumi -
4 in tho least.
.. it doesn't matter and only told her so this afternoon. As Wry little detire tatftaf tke nlMrares of Vie,and ta

> was a slim, brown-hairei' little thing, of Down to Hanna in the kitchen went soon as I knew that I started home head must be nodded. aay mdre1y ordinary udtt datUs d ,.,if afflicted-l"* ** lwuekeepIJIC FEMALE DISIA ,

: :1 '.. ;,'.- about sercnteen.; She was clad juan ill- Mrs. Dotty. alone-although Dicky was no better. Th first one who misses any motion with ASH YOUH PMUaClsTTAMVf I ',

: mad gownof coarse maroon cashmere. "Did you see Miss Bessiet""Yes'm. -. uY.esr' slid Godfrey Eirko. He was must pay a forfeit, and' it is needless to SICK; HEADACHE, tl.OO PER BOTTLC. ?- :-

', r -.. Her eyes; were' large, gray, just now very PMsia' westward a coupleof listening with an unusual degree of in say that the forfeits are many. It is' OUnANOOGA! fED. CO,

( .' sorrowful. Per lashes and brows were hours agyes'm.'' terest." really good exercise, and after the little -_

4 quite black The delicate features had a ones have been thoroughly instructed in I DAYAFTER DAYSIXTY
: : "Oh!1" "And to-night, when I was almost Unlike tha DutCh iiI
; ., pinched look, and the pretty lip were Mrs. Dotty breathed' reHereJ' sigh. here (Nelsons' is quite two miles away games of this kind, they will relieve you and mlet there'''' tew'dtwes that yield more

_t .--- 0 :. paler than should be the lips of one so Bessie had probably gone to Rose})eyer'. you know), I got lost in the foz.II of their care through many a busy hour tore of 1e to'=:' ce tl'a&meDt.thaC a reliable U 11 remedy there.id (-. NoA'v.I

.r p : young. ,/ house. The Doyen lived almost'a mile Her grandfather regarded her in by playing them among themselves. Ibo tbaa &1--__ ....at' Darmc.period of IROft -oscc"Other

,_- "Yes;; and I -.heard. away. As a storm was blowing,up she amazeaent.: What made he paie cheeks ,, .

would most likely stay there over night. so bright What excitement had An Informal Repast: YEARS JSa;

; 1k2- About ten o'clock Mr. Kirke's bell blackened her gray eyes! "I- suppose," said Mrs. Brown, "you there baa been .iattanbe reported' where such. _w pnparatiMlnflmleaL

J C again tingled.out. Again Mrs. ,Dotty "And-a pentleman who was coming would like me to wear a new dress at cues bars not., ben. permanently and c- W. BAKER

; AllJ! appeared before him. here found me, and-and brought me this Thanksgiving dinner you are goingto Mr. David'X. Jordanof PROMPTLY CURED ,

f-TL "Has the child come int" home. Please thank him, grandpa. give!" ,
Edmeston N.Y. _
llH1IjIt 11 uNoIlr. Here he is!I" "Can't afford it," growled old Brown. .
: "Do know she went out!" Colorless Emaciated Helpless BY _
why ,
:... .. -- _- .1 _ you With an incredulous, gasping cry, "As long as you have the turkey well the tiI ivAle i ,
.4.t 13--'t** .4 ,- .- !suspect, air. Godfrey Eirke retreated, as a big; brown, dressed you wilt pass muster."-Judge. A Complete Cure--by--HOOD'S 8ABSAPAR1LLA. ftlebra 1IIe of.. *IiIboz. of the genuine and Justly t Lj jmreotM _
;.t -:b* .1c._ "Well, speak up. muscular fellow came dashing in from : .. ktttl Itkassors -

; ? .0 "She" orerheard .bur conversation to the ball."Robertl". Cause for Thankffirinir. This is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a retired DR. ,C, McLANE'S & IJNtA6atregthd!IPwIth Stare, -

.. day. I farmer, and one of the most respected Sugar*and ia xeri .
-. _ "What of it!" "FatherPThen Sunday-school "Willie, ooiaq Zeal thas eisa
4, .4 4 I have you had anything during,the weekto citizens of Otsezo Co., N. Y. LIVER PILLS It is delicious, nourishing.ZIGmID. .- ,
.i ,. "Nothing of it, with a TfIItJ angry they were clasped in each other's "Fourteen yean ago .had an attack of the -- &

_ flash from very faded eyes, "except that arms. be especially thankful fort"Willie"Yes'm gravel,and have since been troubled with my "tj&n. be procured at any Drq Store or wul be SoM >yOrocer < -
ahe Towed she wonld be an to for Johnny Podgen Liver and l addreIa on tte.nceJp$ of 38 cent tordiaMnof '; -
.. ) expense "I'm back from the sea good, Kidneys e W.BAXER&CO. : -
his wrist and I licked him for ,
you no ,longer.( ... --; father. And I chanced to find my little gradually growing worse. Three years ago I : tbew Pills should be. careful to pro.
) the, first time :yesterday.-Barrmgton got down so low that I 'could scarcely wore ODe wmnine article. There..MTeral oounMr-
dld.eht" niece Bessie lost out there in the A reU. tiw well
market calculated
? fog. to deceive. Ta
". Free wal k. I looked more like a that a living llveIfflzOu
Press. corpse Mclane's ?
... "She did., young lady, I yowl! And .I was thinking -t being. I had no appetite and for 5 weeks 1 SSSS manufactured Jte: only by Celebrated.Uver Fills are
.7 "
'Ii/; ;' :- "Well, grimly; "X. hope aha.. won't of betas mere baby yet! Just The Thankstfvias Turkey. emaciated ate nothing but gruel. t was badly l'UJrD BBOTHZES co, wttskwfa.. A 600-pageProf Illustrated 1
+ ... .The chad had She and -had no more color: than a
-: a .kJ.1t. was tbinShe! ,tells me Charlie 'Nelson lug valuable information pert"
",'..'' ... probably at the house of some ; .' I At Thanksgiving Day walks down tab way recommended marble statue andy. Hood Saraparitla was even of the human system u
lt.'r neighbor. want herVNot The strutting turkey 111 at ease; thought I would try It. I want TREAT and CURE with the acines.
Before I had finished the noticed Buy
.. '. She would return when her taatra hid' < :Well, Charlie is a fine fellow. Tin poor as tha turkey ot Job,"says fat; that I felt better,saflered first less bottle the Inflam i The book; contains *i

'..'... pawed 'off. All this he told b1af.Stiflhatiahklo..ly Ha can have her-a year- from to-day. "Tough and unfit to eat, you saa; mation Of the bladder had subsided. ship and marriage and man
; I cobble more of the col beasu ( ran besides useful precrf p
no pedigree .0
till my -r to return to my face and 1
!:l "ooox1L1ooumI"EEcaxED.k room long >-ov:. yon know why the ,EirkeUgmertead lest fellow had Mailed post-paid for 60 c
: .. some poor should gobble: me. ; began to feel hungry.After 1 taken .' 'aMineral P1YIILIMW1I
.. after :midnightHrtaniac: ,' .listening.: iI dazzling with lights and And a turkey tuzzirl I think Til be. a bottles. 1 cold eat anything without hurting > ATLANTA US Lord Streett' ,

k '\; '., .: ",:- "Oh, doa't-doatttind, dearl" said When he:finally went to. bed it was to flowers,.and why resounds with laugh- I For the present, if you p'Mll.tBmibamkN me. 1 have now ally recovered thanks to .

I I 1;. : Mrs. Dotty, soothingly, potting"a hudt roll and = till derlifht, in the,refae tar tUa Thaaksgiring:;:vhy old Godfrey -' Bepabticaa. Hood's Sarsaparilla : -'-

t. I : -' ;'jf that looked Hk. wriaklad' iror/ ,I.>. ,.. .of unbsydtssmi. ; ;, t wear!a n-D8w'lUit, and flower in The first armor used was of skins and I feel well and am well. nA"rw. } >""* :
me marvel to !
> see me no welt. 31JQKDAy.
,.,- .. ', gfrsarmi.IIE.1sjatcr. : ,,a.. 1siicl'.;, OOll-.aooa..u.lUIW ThaoksfiTlagete. :hls battoahole J ; why Robert; in hisri&Wp Cs.-a
padded hides. .
"" :; ; ". -.- ...,- oane; weak' Bessie)did 'mot re-' i Used' Pill are tbe bert aftr-dlaner nils,assist Spring:1.Containing : wb kI weal
.'-,"'. #' 'itf.loacly.old naa. .. .- .., Aoo'e& so _proni and iiTomrny'l1reaa- digestion,cure beadacoe and blUpoaoeu. _.l41_ R $

:: ,'; l ,, ..,;...tdo41'JJ.! ...-"AlUIIAMI';.i :w..1 ,, ton ;> plsaJBja L why dw,busy ,little MriuDotty' pa Thanksfiriax Nifhl Lithia. ,Sekd Cs.septies. If-

; L .. 1;: ':'..: ,Iaoll'a't1Jae JI.' '.'. : 41 ke.no alt raiU4.. Toward rr a. | bajsae beaJgaly;.why Bessie, gowned ineiiowfUaing.silk an. .d Iisa0.s SallieS

'r-Zl< ;. .. ...._..J1. ay -. : ...; ,. a, fog, a a SHILOHSCURE. .aiiysis. o1I .,.rvwMee. '-
,,y .,......." yaamiibiP'" ,J> ;, --- bUaxUag. fo 'befaa to a.-. to t$014:world after all '*hy: CharlieNelapoli
"z9g a .L; I',. up ; : and.dlstanc of
: .... ? : nearest >
name .
., ',,. -" ,. .. .. ... '
........ : .. ,
;t ;11; "'. "
."".1'T::' ......._"!".......,..,.. ..... .......i"i"1' 'of bit' ,,,V ."-tIII'A.' I*J if/f" "1.. -- :- bleesedly,coateut, and.whyI ; railroad station -
,0; .. '" .ot ;""' : ..."" rN i W" m'M & .
: + oWI'. ,...:.",...,>..'-.w- \ .. ..:; .-"fl '.... ;" $ __ ,- ( o'Q each aad 8ftI'1'heart reigns" supreme, I TbAnE

? ....,. .r dtiJ.austftt. .. ; I .... '.- : ThaaksgiTUig.. The Ledger. : ; 11II'. 'Gaunt.365Cahal Si N .V
:;; ,
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