Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
December 9, 1892
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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1I.i. '\ nwx..LOW._ '-, .' bare lent herself otberwise to the. deception she would nM leee of Toinette .L1Dt staring at h fin. A messenger has 'already been sent HAPPY LIVES "Of course," faltered Bab, wiping her )fr.Wobnruliftedhhbrows. ,' '
"> moment for I. with dilated ." "said flab "to old !
I i,many boirstomedftatfoWbeu wd to Bonnyyiew Hall. I could not have "I've no reason to suppose "We have sold it, ,
: I..' au the world seemi still&I eummer If? .. I. I But doubts and fearS stung her She a pieri cry, and sank heeded 1 in any event," he added, reprov She tossed the curls from her blushing face; eye"No, not," Tib. Doctor Russell for twenty thousand dollars. .

.tU :'!'I.sim.In your beauty, I1reet. you 1taDd, live heart. A. the train rushed sensi. half fainting wondering husbanda igly. -I would be cruel to keep Major She softly sighed with a gl gc "That's to.b-ur node l Itseemsthatanecv railway t
onward one i
t (
'f i JIJ)oSD1yWeSOfl1OftheouLftmI through the in to the "I'm of
life it's
night. and ul. suspense regard young weary t
i1i' 1-- drooped tired little head ,- Take cmonp She's got to wait until asked. run right through the old sheep pasture"she
me awayl me I s'
the welt the wearily away
t'f III god of upon
day II herhnsband's o
; r, t\asft Mr day bids the world SQOd.night dyiq.; she said lIuddenly, with shoulder shall go ma" she exclaed clasping A darker scowl gathered on the woman's Weary of music, forever sweet: Well, wat, Bab, dear. But te meantime eyed him keenly a she ske

t: ; t,Jtasa out the darkness and the ihad.? qUver.lt1 her gentle voice: a pathetic: both her sut out the brow as she answered, scornfully: Sick of rose leaves beneath my feet; an idea that I picked up in my "and they're thinking of the

;': : ..!.s,..I..watcb you in the moon's left. light. Philip, do you ever think me fear-inspiring sight. "News of her death would be the pleas- Tired of the days that themselves repeat1 before-dinner waL""A depot at thei north end of the _orchard.Doctor .
;j *!* ' guide;yon lead I follow, --less: wortby of your devotion than Philip glanced involuntarily toward the antest tidings he could hear. Don't borrow money-making flab,. a business man.
the Ral i
loftiest girL dock to see what had occasioned Dnlcie'aemotion trouble far his Faded the roses, the music stilled; ideal"st go
I?) to to Elyelum'B heights to dwell you left behind when so as feelings are con and fair financial
'1 J.jaJcI the perfume of ambroel&l ,broa you went but that her blue eyes shining wistfully tub tink caa mke a
bowen. i? white,wrathful face was cerned. Change has come, a the maiden willed;
4 t !iw to the lowest depths mist of tean. out of it. And we
Or their arrangement
\ ofdarkelt helL He almost crushed no longer visible. Whether Mr. Griffin was right or not orrow the pulse of her life thrilled srly.dr a qut
IoxToTAt, V. cold
'i .i j lying in his clasp. little haRd "My dling. what frightened you so?" that night had seemed equally long and h "Ye a idea. 'There satisfied with the terms. Don't

; p-k.-. I'What a 'lranS question to he ake : having draw trying Bonnyview Hall. Major VitIate Borrow too deep to be sighed away. a those big sweet apples up ia the or amazed, Mr. Woburn. You see you were
precl0118 ask! Mj pale bride into the lightedcabin sent the servants in direction with Where is that wearisome : when that
; ; 10Te you are-a thousand every yesterday dropping down like a red rain- mistaken you bleve you
1 :tearer to me than ever!I. times and brought her a glass of ice water. peremptory orders to find their young mis- Bright with beauty too fair to stay. char too not the poor could get this muhnothij
eilip Raynor'8 Bride But don't "I have seen an accusing spirit," she tresi and bring her forcibly bock. nic tble-pple ; stu pl 'pretty ,
flume because two
feed wo-
you cider of belonged
. ; Persisted. changed? :she answered in a low, hollow voice; and she After the manner of their kind, they Into the silence that sits apart, they pick up to th t

"l : : "Yes; sweeter weuld say no more. went as far as the avenue gate, then Keeping watch de the aching heart* pigs Why should't we put'em Ia br- didn't know it w
"'' ,
Ii gentler
\\1: more like the turned back rels. there the barn and worth."
the master's
Ideal instant their
; ... ::.t I bave'cherished in Steals a thought like an arrow dart. are lot -
;,)"S'f'1 f'' !; -OR_ loveliest woman in all the my heart-th CHAPTER back was turned, and gathered i the 'em at Baker's Falls Ms Primroseused "Eh!" poor. Woburn, in sore
i '" are you satisfied?" worldl Now MBS. GBTFFIN.XU kitchen at the rear of the house, discuss '"Through the swift cycles of time and space to pay three barrel for gp

"IAJOR.VILLRSJ'FATAL MISTAKE. A flush suffused Rosine's declaration that "there was One is the fate that befalls the race- those." Tib "and now
her delicate cheeks, The death-like swoon into which Toi- apples no better "Yes"wckedlyidded ;
f two Toinestes like two and for
S !It! those She '! convinced that he missed none of nette had fallen at the railway station the life of her as Ihe as couldn't peas tell, which Happy lives only a commonplace." "Are there many there, 'Fib?" thebestthIngyoucand1stogo back;

1: f1J: .. nameless charms that had mad lasted so long that the friendly telegraph from t'other." Hattia. Fay Townley. "Thousands of 'em!" responded sanguine to Miss Vatm whomevraemy be,

: Jf BY RETT WINWOOD.CHAPTER Toinelte so dear to him, and could scarce. operator bwame thoroughly frightened, As the night deepened, Major Yillars Lisbeth. "And picking up apples and tell a
tht Lkwo
: ly keep back her and sent of the gt.
,, happy tears. one hangers-on for the
As the train nearest strode up and down the 1or of the library GATHERINGAPPIJE& is easy work-work that women can do. not 1 any danger of drawing inferences
stopped at the physician.
XI. sta. cursing,and savagely biting We'll them sO ire fully that we shall from agreeable attention
-(Continued.) I tion, where Philip had many friends and He came. His face wore a very grave his gag habit he had pack c jour
;ifi i't' Instinct took the halt-frenzied girl In acquaintances, a man came hurriedly expression 8 he bent over the forlorn lit- brooding over eny deeply ,BY HELEN FORREST ORA YLOWRIG be able to command the very best market A shallow knave, Mr. Wobur..1.the

j the direction'of the nearest church. The through the car and tossed a yellow ens tie figure lying upon one of the hard Now that he subjec.for sober reflection price. They'r not common, cheap fruit, silliest sort of a knae. ex.

i;;;:. great doors stood wide open, a subdued velope into his lap. wooden benches, and laid his hand upon the fact that another girl had taken sun but round and rosy and full of. rare, planations, ple I We wish you a very

';' I glow of gas-light streamed forth and "A.message for you, Mr. Baynor." the wrist of the unconscious girl. Toinette's place, lived for days under .his ture sweet juices. Get your hat, Bab, well good evening I"

p.,. mingled itself with the peaily moonbeams Philip tore it open. A bewildered look "There must be some place near by to roof, sat at the same table and met him at L(71.rIif1I( ; into .a brght right work." And Rolf Wobur.s great railway
Toinetie alighted came into his face as he read, and with which she can be taken, and where she all hours without after all briskOctober go t 8
entered the dim old 4 be made the fraud being.suspected ; a In the cool, frost-touched air of. the land speculation fell through, and flab
deep-drawn breath he can more said
the ,
;" church, and darted up: the broad aisle to placed telegram comorble- filled him with greater dismay wind war
in ulcie's hand. old orchard. gathering the lovely red Lockwood escaped heartfree. o-
'f.f! where the aged minister stood itrrogtvely. than ever.
S- divesting! himself of his canonical leisurely robes This is what she read with eyes almost a mile away, you "I thought the shy, silent shaking down the spheres of sweetness into crimson heaps, "And if we'r not heire after all,"
jmst within the chancel. starting from their sockets: know, was the answer.But there's and submissive grstrangely gnawing \ I1IlJ4 on the both girls soon forgot all but their occu- said cheerful Tib, "we're indepndet

:i''I- "The marriage-is it over?" she panted, PHILIP: Come back by the bait tran Th Mrs. Gr my ow ldlay. just* away like a wild beast at his lips during liAIiI! hill, and Lisbeth'Lockwood pation. and that's quite a good
,in hoarse girl you have married IB an ImMBtorTKktaat.he around of the nex the frequent in his soliloquy. "She at
a guttural whisper. pauses sto
'1 L The clergyman caught his breath, and terwbat. la an fa.lBehoqda adventuress.she Come may baclr't{"" b'- J "But The very place. We go there." kept aloof and seemed to avoid discussingsubjects the door, looking Their eye shone, their cheeks were Niht. _ "

< fetared at her as if sho had be.en a vision. toe truth from your own ,objected the telegraph operator, with which Toinette would have thoughtfully rosier than the apples, and the wind

IJ: "Yes. Were you not the bride? No- Even so quickly and unevt* Mhe lays friends her may appear at any moment been perfectly familiar. She has been around, while Bar- blew the silky tendriJ of their hair to Stranie Ejes of B
bhe is
for you are dressed differently. But yotr blow had fallen. Dulcie satP of Miss Lynn Eaynor secretly, it ap- a'i bars her sister and fro a if on a frolic. The directness of the bee's flight Is

.It.! \. are wondrously like her." forehead wet, the muscles of ctr .WMB >n Yes, ,Bonnyyiew yes, Hall. course I pens, thoagh I believed he was still absent M \\\ \\ )\\ the break, "You're never going to climb the tree, proveia. The ,shortest ditnc be '
impatonty.Of looking after his affairs in the West. bie
:.i With a swift movement Toinette stepped twitching convulsively. She dare4 not recognized madman Bab?" twe any two given f cUe a
him to the desk where look at her She has duped him more than she deceived fast coffee on the pint
the husband.
fast registez anger and would dream her t"cried bee-line. Many the.
1g; of dragging away on a the rest of'us, for now they have ''So/' said she with of her "I must Brbar lightly swing. -
a curve .
; ',lay open. Two names stood out from the scorn in his dear eyes would strike her long y in her present condition. herself into ."or else I I immense which the insect is
; journey fled eyes
if written dead.A "this the baronial hall this tumbledown ing wit
as in tgether.
letter lip
page cl are.
She must receive attention at once, or I furnished do not entirely -, ,
beauties at the they
was Toinette while this impostor must lose tbose ,
tf up very ait I
"Philip Raynor.D'nle JDane.- moment of sickening BUfiponse, thena will not be answerable for the conse. ] old farmhoue, with a few
While Toinette stood m ion-sos, see laugh broke upon her ear*. Such a quences." enjoyed all the advantages of her. acres of stony sofl 1" top. Reach me the basket, Tib. Oh, account for, atwJ"

m' ing the two autographs ont ot a blurred light, careless, happy laugh the mere IMWIOUB home and exalted social position "And this retorted Barbara you can't imagine how perfectly lovely of its through ar.
Toinette's hired ? And what share had crisply p
., tnist; the clergyman came nearer. and sound of it made her start airt. cringe. own carriage sti my willf nl it is here!" bee of eyes,
waited outside the little ward in the. plot that must have been laId? "is the banquet-a baker's loaf a week up Ever knd
"How absurdr ad
(II dropped a yellow, c..haking finger upon the Philip ncl* ed.. staton. compound looking like
4 t t .delicate chirography of the bride. "Major Villars has learned of your flight, this she was conveyed to three-story "Above all, who is this girl so mare- old, a pipkin of oatmel and a pot of Tib laughed. large either ODe side and the
I\ "That is not what the pretty thinS andjhinka, to impose upon me by this lodging-house in a quiet street. ously like Toinette that even a eyes Rio coffee! But you'd better come in "You'd have made your fortune a one hmphe on ,
I tailed herself," he said in a troubled tone. shallow trick." Mrs. Griffin, a woman past middle age, were blinded? It is no freak of nature, and partake of it." of Barnum's acrobats," sid she. "But thr simple ones which crown the top
I with a kind though somewhat heavy-look the resemblance is too marked to be of the head. Each is
'She seemed o child-like and innocentr "Then you do not believe-" "Bab cried Lisbeth back it you are going to take our only handle compound eye
r{ I hope there is nothing wrong! She called The words froze on her lips. She could ing face, consented to take her in on There is some myster Mid for her flinging basket I've just got to'run to b composed /310' facets that f to say-,-
tresses "I
I yellow never was
simply learning that a lady had safety must bottom.Sometimes tawny ,
: young
lrOherself Toinette Lynton and it not have finished the sentence had her sif for another." object .reflected 3100 its
gave me on
re.l start life been at stake. fallen down in a swoon at the I am persuaded there so disappointed in my life I" a
I'll to find different written rwalstation.
a of
name surface.
she Every
1 Light as self sped over I
i: here after she went "No, darling. It is too ridiculous. were two children born that night and one Bab shrugged her shoulders. Atalaut's ou

.1&1& ,t She brushed the cold away.white beads Your guardian must adopt some other "Por dear," she sad.You may ca of them was bidde and.spirited away by "My opinion exactly, Tib I" said she. the hilly slopes, own the bowe11aue, th b of a hexagonal the pyramid Each, who
II i ercely from her_forehead. So Dulcie means before he will induce me to turn up stairs to nurse- "Here, all our across the plank bridge wbeh spanned apex f ftt t h. pyramid
her bed." He broke abruptly into oaths and curses, scholbvelon the little brook to the old stone eye for each
u meant to keep up the farce until expose* back. on my own tragically uttered may b tre h
: ( "How long have the bride and groom Philip bent to kiss the white, scared She hurried for smelling-salts an4 a and down quickened the his restless striding up and of Uncle Hopkins Libeth Hopkins Hall! barn behind the cedar its own ad optic nerve. .

J been pone?" she asked in a stifled voice. face so close to his own wondering at itldeathly plentiful supply of cold water, then fol He wished room.Guy Mandeville were We've ou looked forward to coming "How provoking I".ah cried. "Not a How these insects manage this marTelous '
doctor into the there hum
"Half an hour. pallor. Poor Dulcie's had good naper basket here I Well number of eyes Is not known.
? eyes that counsel only a
Of chamber, where the patient lay they might together; to an elegant place, to dwell in luxury. step '
!.1'f: _. course they would go straight to the closed-she was scarcely conscious. etenedon Guy had frequently absented himself of the sheep pasture Mrs. wley'a They tre immovable, but mobility is unnecessary -
.a little Btirtion. less than a quarter of a Oh," she said to herself,- "I could not a comfortable bed. late,and was moody and preoccupied when Well! We got a telegram on graduation acros and lend t because the .of vision! .
As she and looked me one,
mile away. Toinette looked her watch. bear to have him suspect me yet!" approached nearer, day that our Uncle Hopkins has she'l Im lUr range
At mi a was due in three minutes. Conld for the first time on the pale, lovely face, present.It Mrs. Hawley always ready led afforded by the position and tb numb
1 My sweet little wife, he whispered, was a relief when Dr. Dodge's messenger paid the debt of nature, and we hasten i t
1fir bhe reach there in season to det 'in them? "you are ill with fright and distress. I with its cloned eyes and tangled golden arrived about daylight to inform to take possession" everything." of the facets. They.have no J l,

c ; She leanodback. in the carriage half only showed you the message that we whole curls falling loosely over the pillow, her him where Toinette was to be and "Of inheritance!I" laughed Bab, While Bab, up in the breezy tree-top, are protected from dust 'and injury by
.t : mad'-with excitement as the jaded horses might laugh over it together. I could expression changed he lost no'time hastening found ou was forgetting her task In a sort of daydream rows of hairs growing along the lines .t.
bore them -swiftly on through the balmy shoot Yillars for "Good heav nsr she exclaimed, recoil i serving out a blue-edged saucer of coarse
Major daring to send it side. she overheard these words: the junction of the facets. The simple
bight The roar and whistle of the coming and making you so unhappy! ing, with knitted brows and a A slip-shod girl let Villars in. oatmeal and deluging it with milk. have been the
Im look consternation almostof Major "Just exactly here!I" said a deep, and eyes are suppose to given
train soundedlo her like the voice of the unuterable "The farmhouse end the
ears Tearing up dispatch: he flung the o He did not see the woman glow- tumbledown above its.head
trembling bee enable it see
unmelodious voice. that oldalone to
i j>, doom. J2l' from the ; girl you have broughtto not t
pieces car window, and put both ering at him from a was compelled stony acres, the old red horse tha we "S
'' the shelter of my roof f stile? And the when intent gathering from
$ '.'Faster! rasterl" she shrieked. arms tenderly round the drooping figureof to oass. neither of us know how to and beyond upon hae
L The pitilesjJlash, circled an instant in his bride. "Her name is Toinett Lynton. answered The same harsh, sensual, determinedface ,the cow that both afraid of." Well, that's where the line i project the cups of dower .,
,;;.Ji" the air and fell>itb. cruel force upon the "Forget all about it, my precious love." the doctor. lives with her ," muttered Mrs. Griffin. "Time has we'r ed." Probably this may be one reason, but

,. >4. .quivering fleshof the gallant steeds which But that was impossible. Dulcie's great guardian" Major Yillars, at Bonnyview hardened its lines and grizzled his j t. "Bab, cried" the elder sister, what Bab's heart began to flutter. likely there are other uses for them '
i were already doing their best. The twink- almost black .with terror Hall. ha are we to do? i i
eyes grew that is the I flies muchin
A bee
only can see
"Ah the other change. Would she not have known Rolf Woburn's ,
It is Toinette and not
;1}, ling-station-l'ghts' shot into view, and the whichever way she looked the words she as selfish and tyrannical ever." : "Tib," solemnly responded the ye.une. is tO
.. 'carriage whirled .up to the little wooden had read seemed traced in the air in let one. ; And she was even more a firmly resolvedto younger, "I haven't the least idea." acent had it been in th Desert te ae way pigeon-that
S l&.tform. of fire. Mrs. Griffin bent lower, earnestly scrutinized of Sahara say, takes upward spiral fgh'
10 : i. te keep out of his way whenever he came'to I Lisbeth reflectively sipped her coffee. I 8 &
l' Five seconds too late! There was a dull, "My sin will find me out-I know-I every feature of the unconsciousgirl the house.Meanwhle. l\ "If we hadn't put on such airs about "You-on't-teU-me. sol drawled into te a and then darts .
,- feel it!" she thought. and her darker her expression the view. Now ,an expert
it tumbling sO 1d.a hissing of steam, and brow.Rew Major Yillars had entered heiresses she an unctuou tone. "Ad object i
i, the triun glided* away before Toinette's Philip was still trusting and kind, but as she muttered where Toinette was lying;approached .bing' of home groaned to "and they'll hav t put i pretty near here, of menter o Inl nature cvr a bees *
the demon doubt at harshly: going Hppkina ,
ce' voryeyes. s. might any moment the bed,and taken her fever-hot Hal I" simple paint Bnt- it info *
'i **, She flung herself fAce downward among take: possession of soul. How like! Strange, that her child hand in his clasp. to lead a life of luxurious ease, we might cure eye
: ; hi
the sir Instead of darting straight oafter ,
the .cushions! groveling there in utter de- Whoever sent message knew all the should be brought to my door after all "You see now what comes of defyingme have secured one of those nice situationsto Woburn lushe lightly. ; aacend.Apparently ." "

flfi; pair. Only for a moment; then she was trut' Notwithstanding that her name these years!I" running away and trying to work out that Miss Primrose got for the "They cn't it anywhere else," rising i cutinue to

t ; ton her feet again, making a hungry, hissing to it,she never dreamed it was The doctor was curiously watching your destiny unaided," he said, reproach- tec girls." sid be. ie t eYe a w i

:1 sound between her teeth.itJ' Toinette herself. Pray, struggle, scheme every movement the woman made. He fully. "A pretty mess you have made of oter' too late for that !I" "Whew I" whistled the other man. some t te flight.. ,.
knew that Griffin had made now sighed
as she would,it must sooner or later come Mr. abruptly :
One last chance. If that.fails, I can it by your lolly. "In that case, we must somehow In's Weekly.
fti" do no more." to her husband's ears, turning his love to her appearance in the village some three But the girl was too miserable for contention Bab."We've old manage t -. '
hold -
)J I She sprang to the ground and rushed corn and loathing. months before, after an absence of several She snatched away her hand, got t do something," said to get of the place-I '
All that long night she sat with her years. both hands above Lisbeth. "A farml" Woburn. Inventions the H01 r.
J I:. into the little telegraph office where the and, flinging her head, interpte o A
t: night operator sat alone. She knew the aching head resting upon Philip's shoulder. She was. voted "strange" by her immeate' sobbed pitifully: "Yes," Bab; "but "Seventy acre &-machnefor! imbedding wire netting ';
.man by t.ight.I Her big, solemn, hopeless eyes were shut neighbors; but a she'seemed "Lost-lost! I wisTi I were dea." admitte about what""We "What i it valved at!" "
i' I "Did Mr. Raynor go away on the train He fancied she slept, and ever and unoffending, and worked hard Major Villars stood gazing fix ued rave ar sid "At much nothing," chuckled In g1. ; ,
bent to smooth the tangled golden to earn an honest living, they soon ceasedto in silence few minutes then said Tib; "but who would buy sort of pretty '. measuring square with 'a.
t : :ithnt has just left? she inquired, breath curs edly, a Woburn. "It belongs to two women,
;;j: lessly. ailing[ loosely over his breast. comment upon her peculiarities. in a gentler tone. picture we could paint? plumb bob attachment.

!J. { The operator dropped his lower lip, and Poor tired child! You must have an!. But" what did she mean by "te other "It may not be so bad as 'you believe. "Then," added Bab, "there was your and they've no idea what it is worth. A printing press by an electromagnetic .

; Wared at her much as the bewildered. fered more than I knew. But my love will one? As he busied himself efforts Trust me, Toinette; I am your friend. I examination composition. :Mi Primrose Nobody has, and nobody will have, until oprat .e ,
shelter all future." to restore Toinette to consciousness be able to in this the new railway is heard from. We can
your help
Jg- clergyman had done. may you emergency.But laid it showed could
great one A cushion to placed on
.. '. \es, miss. He bought two tick..ts. I Dulcie caught the whispered words, and Dr. Dodge ventured to inquire: you must tell me all that has happenedto take literature I buy at our own terms, for a month or pneumt b ,_.;
: hold them to him myself. I-I-beg your despairingly asked herself in her misery "You have seen Miss Lynton before you-everything, without reservation." up two at least-and I can buy cheaper than the end telephone rier.
When lived in the neighborhood "I sent that to three different editors for mica
- .. pardon Miss Lynton. A lady was with what that future held.When you years Toinette lilted her tearful eyes, and as else." A process arc
morning broke bride and ago, perhaps? she recalled the and persecution interrupted Tib, sardonically smiling- any sheetsforelectrlcal .
)Ihim. I could have it
i sworn was yourself tyranny "
; .
"I knew her mother; was the brief, "How's that, eh! The oily voicedman
at station where she had endured before driven "Not of 'em would have word
t.;: -.but since you are here-" alighted a lonely way a being away one a to A paper knife that i especially adapt*
1:: f 'Quick!" Toinette interrupted, clutch- lovely expanse of rare-tinted water harsh response, accompanied by a look from Bonnyview Hall her heart swelled to it. It's up stairs in my trunk was lighting a cigar. "Young cutting the wrappers
> itrotched like of burnished metal that .effectually: silenced the loquacionlPhYS1C1. bitterness and she answered Bay Oh e t 0 rle.pap
: : ;ing tho counter for support. Give r ; between embowering hills. Save a will. Among other ,.you will You're at old tricks eh j
: jpaper and pencil. I wish to send a message to show of 0 your -making.
to be delivered to Mr. Raynor at tU cluster of detatched cottages, i was like life consciousness began the signs learn the true nature of the villain yon paper.Bab whistled soft little whistle love t the girls! Is it one of them or fo wndow.hutt bln 1

,, ; ''first jportnnt stopping place above. Mark it 'j 1ii glimpse*We are of literally primeval out Eden.of the world_ ,"said touched returning Dr. Doge's arm, and said woman firmly: do would not have understand compelled it to ma i you dismay. of both-hey! And what will Miss Vate angle.An tat they. may b age )dmtr

J" .* :' She scrawled a few hurried lifitt ia.4 Ihlf gayly. "Even Major Villars, with -Tae your away remain as here.soon"as pos And, in low excited tones she relatedall "Evidently," said she, "we'r aot mar sayl"Wobum electric branding stamp, tho' type
must not
c. pushed them toward the startled .' cunning, would scarcely. look for libe. She not?" he angrily demanded. "You that bad transpired; how she had been calculated for,a career. If we were boys laughed a low,amused laugh. being kept red hot brnnans of a.electrical .

t& At the first clicking sound mad: by the us here. to have of and it can't driven to assume the garb of. a newsboy; instead of we could inn this li Vatemir will never knoW : resistance.An .
seem plenty room;
t fallen in with Dulcie disguised like her guL said "All this old fellow is In the
-tr. wires, a horri>* ringing filled fcer ears, Three weeks passed, and the young be of Miss Lynton is farm." that ad- "
a question light hanger
.and without a or a she sank couple still lingered in this secluded spot. self, and how she had plotted to send Dnl of business. The Lockwood girlsare eec i '
cry groan way
You turn .
able to price. "Ob I Don't let's have '
pay any would't any more angle by means of universal -
.. lear that cia to Bonnyview Hall her stead. il
down insensible. But for the haunting possessedher the street?" and and if juitable t any ;
sick dog into very agreeable
Dulcie would have been happy few a Then she told him of the cruel trick to ifs, impatiently Tib. "Whatcan pretty joint.
a "She must was the surly 'c1e they choose to draw false interferences,
go "
which Mandeville had resorted to
en- dot when
XII. we A door lock constructed
people ever are on ea. But when her senses came back, Toi- oy queton. You don't tht
I[ can't help it can I need
lice Dead Man's the ,
.,.f" "COWA.ED CONSCIXKCK., But the sense gui never left her. was too weak to rise from her bed. Cotae. Bab passed her pretty pink finger the key is turned i the
Philip Eaynor was a supremely happy It[ was the skeleton every feast. A net the fatigue ana axiety terrible experiences she iround the blue edge of the plate before your measuring line Hale.. I can tell lights in the room.
exposure kad passed while ahelplessprisonerthere.Major the number of feet Just
'J hen lie seated himself in the lux. dozen times each day came the temptation she threatened her downcast and you to a nicety. ,
man each
; \* of the past few days was Yillars manifested but little wit eyes just a tingeof '" A mat formed atoJh'n
urious parlor car and drew his pale little to fall at Phip's feet and .confess. ever with a relapse into the fever from which interest in the last of the lising here, you see, anTe a loop of OtOD
bride down beside him. hing. rsisted it. she had fully recovered.Her part recital voices died under the slopeof
never away
she in When Toinette paused for a Well, you ask the question, of surrounding the section
God and pity me, groaned ad rope
The she opened her snc it
hasty was over; they were inquiry,
': :'J ceremony their her misery. "I canot tell him I cannot!" a around the said flashing eyes, "Bad a you are, lid she, smiling, "I think one of hU.Brbar being clamped .
r Breeding away on wedding journey. eyes eagerly room t.
she had : you would. never sanction such a Lockwoo- up among .
The mere sound of the name could pumping
gravity pur.posestheweightbaingliftedtothetep
lc .No wonder his heart thrilled with exnlta- for Eaynor. mltr.for
Philip a perhapml.
he smiled half fair human bird-
wa only !
from proceeding con- boug'ia some
'f .lion beautiful stolen would drive the blood ? Has he "For a demandedTib. lke
and he felt like folding the "Is the down train i come and said to lving Borfuly
heart and once, when Philip called her temptuously, hisel ling, drew a quick breath. Her eyes
; ,
girl in his arms and kissing her tempt. back? need not have of a derrick, whence, by a .clockwork'
j'- :Guy me.Ideed
".s inj$ Tips. -Toinet she cried passionately, goaded She was told there had been no train would have been feaed better for all Not that, of course," said Bab. shone like stars; her cheeks blazed hot system, it pump a,it slowly.
StilL trembling, darling?" he whispered vr of madness: from either direction since she had fallen scarlet. op
me that name; I hate it" kept nothing back. "Merely in the course of human evnt. dDd
looking down at her half reproach give 111. in what related to Dulcie Dane "If choose to draw false Inferences
stand thehomaptcl
Rolf we medicine
startled wonder "You
He looked at her in the she I & mean Wobu' lo
fully. You sweet little wife now, "Send some on. to autmt
ItatO. the wretch became intensely "
and have nothing to fear. Not even your never baring heard her speak 1 sharply commanded, "and when RaynO absorbed.uscpulou "I do." she murmured under her bret inclined, consisting of'

II'. cruel guardian can part us." bfor. comes, bring him here at once." Toinette,"he said, his voice tremblingwith "He's a nice fellow enough," said "But I don't think we shall chos t d and &index thai

Dnlcie shivered, and nestled more "I no idea you'.disliked you own She tossed restlessly on her bed, starting eagerness, "for your own sake, I en- Kb, indifferently. "If he really means anything of the sort, fib and L we automatically marks the next cup from .

closely to his Bide, like a timid, frightened name so much, darling. and flushing at eve sound. She felt treat you to tell me all that you have business!I" are'to b used to help on a speculation, which medicine is to"betakeu.
: child. One day a letter came for Philip from absolutely certain would turn learned in to that are we there two
regard strange "Lisbeth I" cried indignant Bab may b
.. He read it twice over, her glsItor. i ; Perhap
Where are we going, Philip his business agent. back the moment message.It :
Anywhere you like, darling. I leave ooking vexed and troubled told him all, and even Dulcie would see [TO BE ] "how can you speak 8 coarsely! opinions tht subject. .Oar e"'. Many Names..
.4 the choice of the place where we will "Our Arcadian ," he said, the folly of longer keeping up the farce. CONt. "I'm only regarding things from Ihe And t last day of her life, Coat

.' spend our honeymoon entirely th you." breathing a regretful sigh. 'Mate of But the night on the mom- the career point of' view," said provoking Barbara Lockwood never knew quite In these q rtnai''dal is'

1 Her big blue eyes grew larger and more importance oblige me to rtu "ew big express rushed hissing past, other you I Rih ChneL"Do that Tib. "Tob-sur th fact that he has how she drifted down ,from that tree worth wh t th fa t the
solemn and her she York immediately. From there we will trains succeeded it, and there was no the red that covered the' '
.i. lips quivered as answered g the blood sent out through the arteriesever folowed u her might be construed among apples nowD mc' goneat
: to Highlands, my beautiful Philip, not even a message. there.. That
cuntl-seat. At first he naturally short grass below. Sha.was one many
back to the heart something. -
gets again, reflected mean tm
Let it be some quiet spot away from They set out the next Dulce 'He never got the dispatch I sent, all she could telL that Columbus held
the world, where no one will come between was unusually silent during the journey. sobbed Toinette, wringing hands do-, Ltewate."Why supposed u to be the heir th was names. non
111 to take your thoughts from me, even She had a suffocating fear that the dread ipairingly, "or he would hasten back shoudn't it?" anxiously inquired we supposed ourselves. But, .with a i. "I've brought the buket" .called of finding a passage t I

I for a moment." were soon rise and overwhelmler. without the loss of a moment." comprehensive wave of her hand, "he Tib, from the stile by way of the .lt I

Philip flushed with pleasure. water. t The reader knows with what utter disdain "Wy! Because it has been proven has seen Hall. He is undeceivedby "Never min the basket," said Bar the name New ad IDi.Oi.: .

:1 What a selfish little bride I have won," AU the way to New York she was debat. Philip had treated that incoherentmessage. tt ever course the blood takes to this Hopks. ever there wa a'd bara. "le something else t think of d found upon old map 1

JUlaughed,his strong hand stealing down ing within herself whether to bravely met rach again is in vein." interested passion one. just now. 'land discovered byColumbu&., ,

to soft clasp cushions.hers, that rested.listlessly on the he worst the or entreat next steamer..Philip. t take. he had Long worked before herself morning into brke a state, Mrs.of nervous Griffin Then they, both began to developcases "Tib!I" h i .Ad conspirators in the days of Amjuif Mflxicana' .'*&oldi o

At that moment poor Dulcie was saying abr by route selected was .not the ,most excitement scarcely excelled by that ef of blood poisoning.-Elmira Ga Bab's eyes sparkled wrathfally. ,Guelphs and 'Ghibelie could North 'AiiErfcy' aa per

,. lo' herself: direct, and thus it happened' thai they Toinette herself. She realized the impossibility zette. "Have some more coffee, ,Barbara! have held thei he.cIaJ toh wac of South AmericaThen w

"I will teach him to love me so well.he were compelled to cross'the same ferry of getting rid of the sick girl for African Not a drop? Wel I don't blame you;. than did Bab the, 'wl bk fo.ttba. J applied' &the'
tan not live without me. Then I several days to come, and walked the narrow B"aJ.I 8outhemcon&ent.
may where Toinette had recklessly ther- is, it's to the.old farmhouse that day. : O

elly hope he to has be forgiven been deceived.if he learns" how cru self into the dark, .wUg watr. her brow.hail wit restless footsteps and frown just 'prpse Brs to build company a railroad "Tib poor, stuf.almost sobbed poor Barbara, I Wen Mr. Woburn sauntered in, on :. .Fnally_'," ,,Grp ot,the 1*

Her brain was. in a tumult. All the Dulcie grew .rested upon ad the familiar as ing"He must not see me!" she mutred to connect of navigationon "if you don't like Rolf, Il give up the : te edge'of the evening, the It were.. America : dipt.

events of the day and evening-her terrible ahn. was gate the twi- strong shudde shaking her fm t the lower Congowith Stanley Fool, .idea." packing red apples carefully iat : though the.weigbt :t

struggle with temptation, the hurried tight when wthIg.hou weird, foot. "He would know me, eve after a thus opening up a line of abut 7,000 ,Lisb th rushed around the edge of l of barrels on the kitchen ., practically ncyloubt'that.i Cm : ,<

$ flitting; the hasty marriage-had passed spectral look. Philip hurried her on ba these years." miles in the interior of. trade the table to give Bab 'a hug and a kiss. He smiled that soft, caressing smile.of to*.Chrfsdaa' Uam of AY.p.-:-|'trj

like a bewildering dream. the boat just as it was leaving the Hearing the dots footsteps receding and commerce.-Scientific American. "You darling P she cried. "Do yon Ins,and proffered assistance at once.. Borne early ; %*;
,But the die was cast, the struggle over. dull wash of the river seemed to from the door room, just as the in' business-like contended_fon* the name;ciI1OfrOmPerutIia' ._'.
left her Te stole in through the THE Earl of March on laying bet such a jealous monster as "No, said ,Bab. a '
Nothing was now but to look fate into roar that filled her ears and first streaks of dawn a suppose Im word :
mlyiit tie face and play her difficult role deafened her.a She: blindly followed her closed blinds, she followed him dow that he would cause a message to be &1 tbat do like Rolf Woburn a wellas way; "we're just through now.' J.,. of Amanv.the' l-f\"g :'M :

ku ces9C.Ql. xusband along the deck until he paused the lower hall. dispatched a certain distance quicker c like any one who wants to take Adams i to take the to town for 1'il "

PelbaS' I can keep the sinful secrets close to the railing. The boat was at "I have a favor to ask Dr. Dodge," she than any horse could cveyi ? my Bab away, ,from me. Bat aft ,for 'morrow. It will probably .be .the,,hut s. ',and. 'thaeai-.
long as I live," she thought. "But said. for the present wonh ..wi'shaIL: ; .'.country..; .Thu* d.M4 ; y tAmerica
ft instant stopping clear of its morg.Some -Wi you wstger by inclosing the message thinking him good 'enough for,yoa, money : rer. make'out oft ; '
I"' 'i what a novel experience-to lose one's instinct drew her the from g Major Villa y where cricket ball, which was thrown 'from why; the President's son wouldn't li'thitl" Hopkins F im: means the land of the'boiy'sntNewThAteUer .' ,
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marry grow dock they were leaving behind, and tere. hand to hand relays of 'professionalcnicketers. "Really r', .
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I ,BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH., ,;;:The. Office-Seekers.Governor-Elect- \ and the I ..-'n4:.. Mid"Richad'xnd c fruI.- qunrin.his Sweclbeart sent free Nell to uny"song art* VIRTUE of a decree Sale.of foreclosure and

-- dress l by Imlelmker Bros, Mfg. Cu)., l BY sale reT.dereti by the Circuit Court of *Torda -
;7'_ !:L Cleveinnd is not alone in his rnisfcry. : 1LVIREI
; -PUBL1SHDWEE1LYAT South Bend. Iml. no ntfipf of to ,4th Judicial (Circuit in and for Clay county. 6.
stamp :
4 L $TiRKEBki.DLoRDOOUNTtFLORZDA.- : Our governor-elect with only al 1of | I .I. chancery in favor of Eugene R.Payne.Jo&- ilL
u J ]! rover postage- anti 'liling. The verses eph W. Cochran and J.Henry <>ochran,partners
: L. luindfuH offices to fill, is weighed down; relale the story of 1 drive lufcen by Richard :d.'inir business under the firm name of Payne.
I.C.WEBB. :1
t- Editor and Publisher.: with applications; for appointment or for and Nell. The title page an elegant Cochran Hippie, et aod*1..Company dated the and 23th against day of. Notei George.ber W.,

official endoificiniMit of llio>-ri.iliy designed by the lrl.istGraJ.Purlt.r A. 1>. 1894 I will sell at public auction in front

SUBSCRIPTION ".00 A YBAB. i I oftlnes. Wlin lias j jl.I\\.il<; Richard: and his of the court blue door of said court, in Green .
right any nian to theirmneunorudlc Florida within the
J ; out on Cove Springs Clay county.
8welhearl :11"lt
burden lie chief slile executive Ic l hours of sale on Monday.January 2nd, A. Will Sell at Unheard-of Prices
long drive. The of
Entered Aeeordinff to Act |t n''grt', ill wurts. D.;1893, the following described property.. to-wit.
: ; j. the Pott OJfice. Starke Fltti, au &01/(1 before his duties begin? Governor Mitchell constitute a h-ve iory. share in it situate in the State of lorida,described as rol- -
44! \ lint of the StUiielmkers IS merely incidentaL low-:
t1'lus Matter. C i ii golne In let peitfottal; friendship the
\ inllueucc him from : j" --A.: -- The melody is! !ul. ;uuu.I l was e.mpused The east half of the northeast quarter. the
tier pulilicitl swerve I northwest quarter of theunortheast quarter BUTTONS-ANYTHING IN BUTTONS.
14"10- what he vbleeinx his duly. lie regards for the wnrds"hv lIme well known northwest quarter of the northwest quarter, the GLOVES

; Judging by tinutate fjapers, his office as lime highest and must sacred musical wrier, %V. F : northeast quarter of the southeast southwest quarter quarterof and ,
of the
4; _i ida is full of good, hone: democrats IrustIbul[ his people had io delegate to A'MOMENT --- the section southwest elevcu quarter(), all of section twelve (It),

7 who are very :auxiowt jo serve the him. and be does not regard it us au outright STOP A Tabulfsmove the bowels. allot section thirteen (13); the south half of of the the For the Next 10 Days!
northeast quarter, the northwest quarter
gift for his but ce'egatioo '
personal use. a -
people. } Notice. northwest quarter.the ea't half of the southeast
I of for Ihe general good. of the southeast
; ;- power quarter the northwest qu ncr S
Flori a'* building at the world's A.III! while in his love and charity toward And Sec OurCLOTHING N.OTiC is hereby given that B M. Williams, quarter and the southwest quarter of the southwest -
f | at Uampto-, Bradford quarter of section fourteen (1 I). this north
his fellow-men he would like tusnt '
'- :1 fair-is completed and; ready for to gratify county, }: : 5th day *>f Dtmbr. half and the southeast quarter of section The Celebrated "Erebus"BOYS'
e everybody Hill nOtler lie ohligaiio.i of made of the northeastquarter .
A. D. 18! A general asMf \ twenty one (il); the east half
tI exhibit Now, what afe tbe people hU mth suit duty lo the people he will property t me for the benefit of his creditors.All the west half of the northwest quarter
going to do about? '1. I put aside. self nud coiibideiatiun. .! parties residing;in the SUte .r *'!"'Ua holding the east half of the southeast quarter the southwest
every claims against the said R. Willinms.. are quarter of the southeast quarter the '
save the welfare of the slate and only hereby notified an'1 required to file sworn state- southeast quarter of the southwest quarter and STOCKINGS
V The Wisconsin: State Presa AKXO- appoint those whom he knows Io 'be mlnt of tbe same wit me withiniitv days & tc* west half 01 the southwest juarter of section
and required by law per-oos hollDrdams twenty two (2S); the northeast quarter of the ,
: ciation are doing thy at Ie this week. worthy capable. In doing this he :
0' wbo reside without the liiniu Fonda arc northeast, the west half of the northwest quar-
Better weather could not have been will not go outside of his friends nor notified to file sw"irn statemenfs ter, the east half of the southeast quarter the
thuoe who are true to himself aud the You may beo busy {chasing the claim within four months from the date h.ref southeast quarter of the southwest, tbe west
made to order fllr our \i,isitors. tlemocTHlic: party for the nr.UerUl is I as required by law.: II. A. WILLIAMS. half of the southwest quarter of section twenty- Doubled Toed Heeled and Kneed.

1 Grover Clc'elandI- > .- elected aU'undaul awl he will not err. But he elusive dollar that you j o!itively Dec. ISfl. .Assignee. three north(half..), all the of northeast section twenty-four quarter of the(21)southeast ; the S

.: will tie governor before he is IL \\'urcler haven't tune to look at anything, Notice. quarter the west half of the ,aoutbeart _ -
president 'by a majoiit"ote. \bf> of friend*.-Tainpn Tribune. quarter and the southwest quarter of section S
: Mary Jane Sasaer and S. R. Sasser. her twenty-five (.'); the northeast quarter of the
? ,, 700,000 sl.'t'thi" tl1(' ,oice,of the but you're wrong, if you entertain TO husband; Ida Waters and V.'. H. Vaters.her northeast quarter, the northeast quarter of the 4

people crying aloud for reform? To the Kickers busbanl; Ella Waters and P. C. Watr northwest quarter the west half of the north-
tariff any such idea. You can't help beinga her husband; !rene Lcttner, Eirma Grlr west quarter. the southeast quarter and th-
For goodness sake quit finding fault Lizzie Orir. r, and all others northwest quarter of the southwest quarter oisection DRESS
t r: The prospects are good for a nice with jour neighbor. with the government buyer of Clothing and it'n a* \Viereas: J. B Cone and ODCrle. a the twenty-six (&); the southeast quarter of BLACK GOODS! ANEW
strawberry this If all exeutor of thC last will and testament of Sarah the northeast quarter the northwest quarter of
) crop year., with the laws with Ihe havi made to me
countryand that it htan-Is Gr.utr. deceased application the northeast quarter tne northwest quarter
: .:; things work well thel't will be thou plain a daylight: you for an orJer to hell the following described tile east half of the southeast quarter the southwest
J with Creator. The
your chronic lands, situate in tho county i>t Bradford ttnd quarter of the southeast quarter. the southeast -
t.: hands uf' dollars brought into this fault-finder is It nuisance that ought :o be in hand to look before you purchase. State of Forida belonging to tiyf estate ofSarah quarter of the southwest quarter and the
: thisBetter ( dtCS -I. for tbe purpose of distribution west half of the southwest quarter of section Inducement
f: county spring. abated by law or by death Nothing: Special
You can't: afford to do busi'ms among ebove named p'rle who twenty seven (27); the northeast quarter of the
ft I pleases these chronic pCllc.d:8t'rllrers. are legatee* under the la-t will and of northeast quarter, the west half of the north

'f' to: look close ,Jit :your dollars TLey grumble at the wtather when "il is with your eyes shunt, or buy a said Sarah (irinerdtcese1. 1't: The suthwest east quarter, the northwest quarter. the southeast o
nuw.a.tiays.' Ii i I'* sairt that there is hot. and complain when it is colt \lien quarter of section l twenty four, and quarter of the southeast quarter and the
half ot the nf north half of the southwest of section
quarter the south quarter
,' 'JL counterfeit establishment; somewhere the rain comes down in showers they want8uui pig in a bag; neither do you want eat norb quarter or 1"111:01, twenty-six; the twenty-eight (38); the east halt of the northeast
I southeast and the south of the south north half of the northwest FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS
in !that >hirie. and when the luminary of day quarter hat quartet,tile quarter -
c t Florida und the state sheds its all they for I lo buy Clothing blindfolded, or half of the northeast quarter of twenty- the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter :
i is full of the rays upon pray three; and theuorthwc'.t quarter of the northwest the west half of the southeast quarter and tte
Clouds. Tht- preacher Ulks too lo g or what's the same U ing, buy them quarter of section twenty-five, all In town- southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of
P .a I else the sermon is too bliort. (The public ship eight, range tnenty-two south and east section thuty.three (33); the southeast quarterof

-c : Jay Gould, the iIO .,OOOOOO, rail ,.'cKku is criticised SL fo.l who cannot without first having .seen our stock. containing iu all four hundred aud two ty the northeast quarter the west half of the Cashmeres Bedford Cord the
,, arK more or Its-. northeast quarter, the northwest quarterthe AII-\\"oolllenriettas, New Drip L
road magnate, is lexd. I Hemenced romM eiilennin a crowd The teacher is an ht are therefore to notify and admonish northeast quarter of the southeast quarter,

life a poor boy and died the idiot who 11)1101 instruct. The physician Stop a moment! A mal may hustle ail persons interested to comn forward and show the w,t half of the southeast quarter and the d'Alma. Linen Table Cloths, Napkins Big and
is a qu"ckl'ho knows nothing but cause. if any they have, on Saturday: December north half of the southwest quarter of section ,
:. richest man in America. This i is kill The editor has fo fast that he hustles himsrlf.out of 31"t, 1 '. at my; the court hous in the thirty tour (&); the north hair the west hair 01 .'.
boys.The to tot sense enought town of titarke, said state and county. at K) the southeast quarter and he southwest quarterof S Small Shoes Umbrellas etc.
to ,
: encouraging our owing write an article tit to read The merchant an \Ve o'clock a. in., ur sui I on'.or: of sale will be section thirty.tire (3; in township four (f),
opportunity. are offeringfor
: A ia a cheat the grocei'yma a swindler "utet. provide 1 a to.v; of ... notice be published south of ruge t\veuiy-vue :1): -ast; the east
Boston in the Uatifo-t! County Telegraph a half of the i ortlnve 14na rter, tlio northwest I
colony jivho are going and in fact the whole world lo
weekly newspaperu'.Mied|: :: i I' the town of: quarter of the northwest quarter r.nd tbe southwest -
to boom Lawtey arfd their lands them is projected, on a wrong pan! of Starke, in s-ud ejii.ionce. a week for four quarter of the southwest quarter of section I WINDOW SII..J\DI S--PJ\rrENT ROLLERS

; west of that little : will thought and action. These ftult-miucrs' consecutive weeks ;sev,.uto said date. one (i); the east half of the northeast quarter ,
F many a thousand (dollar in the tbw December OU 18<2.SlWLJ the east lut>f of the nortUu>t iU.irter, the north Latest Improved.
1 by not consulting them in, the creation [ W>. IlALPHURS .vest quarter 0: the UTCMvcoi quarter,the south

country and leave a ery prosperousand of the world and all contained therein. ., County Judge.sieiills east quarter the east b-.I.1r of the southwest quarter .
UnpamlelocBARGAIN'S --- ---- --- and the south.rrst o. the sjatbwestquarter
happy ; on Their laud Perhaps the only and greatest mistake quarter
fir of section two i the east half of the
; .1( Kale.BY I ( );
made by the great Jihovah was that he .
\ \ northeast quaitt-r, the nort.nve: quarter. tu! !
.Messrs. Trnby fc Davis,. nt their created these name people who serve iLli an VIRTUE of a c' tain execut'on Issued out northeast quarter of the southeast fiarttT the
affliction to mankind and to the world. of tin- Circuit Court for tIme Fourth Judicial west half ol the southeast quarter and the south- MILLINERYII'Just
., own expense.are doing a great good C rcuit of Fl li 1 '1. iii ami for Bradford roii-iy west quarter of section three (3); the nut theastquarter. ;
'; 'i'- to the coumy by sldvertisine our -Polk County News. in a certain CTUM wherein Nicholas D. Hoga., the east half of the ui>rih\\e t quarter, ..,
I In All Our man i* plaintiff and FeniAii'lo U. :Miller Is de- the northeast quarter o tbe southeast quarter
resources by rircn'ar, pamphlets, Home for Ex-Confederates. lendant. upon a jiulxmriit sir saiil court 1 in-snu the West half of the southeast quarter and the .J..-
tflc. It is to be. hoped that, these cause rendered. 1 ha\e ricd ujwn the following nortneast quarter of,the ..uuth est. quarter ot "
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Nov. 6, J892. DEPARTMENTS.Give described prop.-ity. to wit: The south we t Section Nur (4); the case half of the northeast Received from New York. -
gentlemen find their of the southrnn of section I uorthwc-t of
may expenditure quarter quarter quarter the quarter ti.e northeast
At It met ling of the directors of the
like "bread the twenty.nine, towr.s'np! UT (6), outh of range I quarter, the northeast quarter of the northwts
1 upon waters. Home for the Old Soldiers and tillilurs of us a Call. tnenty-two (;) eat
tie Confederate army from Florida, it east comer and five acres in the nortllwt'E-t corner of section biiie 0>); tlmes.uthen.tquarteruftuxr Finest Line of Hats Ribbons Laces Feathers and |
+ It is generally supposed that Mr. was resolved :.hat offers from various localities lest Calicoes only 6c of the Fame, situated; in Bradford county northeast quarter the west halt ol the nortbea Tips eer'.j
m:11c of Kloi Ida. will s"ll the at half
per State an i ame public quarter, the ext of the northwest quarter
Lease will bo an office holder in which may desire to have this outcry before the front door! ,)f the court house the southweft quarter of the north west quarter Brought to Starke. Underskirts, Comforters. The

; Kansas, provided Airs Lease gets in institution located in their midst t, be solicited. yard. All new style1 in the town of bUrti-i III said county and State the nortuea quarter i-f the suiuheast quarter, '
Such offers may he sent to thepresident. 'I 0' the first Mondiyor Jarunry. A. D.:18H3. tli' I the west half of the soi'the.i-if quarter and the
AH United States penaior. lint it worth 10 and 12c I same being the 2 'k be that the did have .A. J. Hus&cll. Tallahassee, until Ginghams only gales! day during llio I legal hours of sale, to the half of the uortheust ijuartrr. the \Vet halt or
: not to
may January, and after that to Jackson highest and test bidder for cash. the uurihwettt quarter awl ilia t.ouih half of Comforters for the Next Two Weeks
promise the old manan. office for his ville. Fla. In nccepiing au offer the So P. S. Caaws section eleven (IlL) in township five (5) south of
Sheriff nnidford'County, }.. raue twenty-one (:)) east and the west half osectivllhoen
:: vote and influence, as did certain board will consider ease of transportation, \Vool lOc. J. L. FRAZEE, PlaintilT's Attorney (T) aud the west hair of *-eti< .

$ Florida office 'seekers.- Francis travel and mai! facility and. more than Alpacas Etc 8. Vi. eighteen (IS: ). in towustip four (i;, south orange
nil, the health of the location (ti> eas eonuxiuiug ten AT SPECIAL PRICES!
,: facts. I A. .J. RCSSKLL. OUR DRESS GOODSREDUCED In the County Judge's'! Court. Bradlord County, thousand two hundred and ninety six acres and
1- All State of Florida. forty-eight hundredth o an acre I0.39ti.4ty,
President Old So'diers' Home. By th -u The train No.
Expj-ess 8
Chicago Why not Starke take a hand in this ExerciMiijr probate jurisdiction. Bruuiord in said State of Floi ido, and also aU Dress Braids and Trimmings of All i! ,
on the Erie road, wis delayed for an : Itr the matter of the siicsrestion of insolvency those other certain tracts or parcels of land sit
i.; matter There is certainly no better the estate of Henry F. York.>c hour Saturday. ThfJ engineer of the *\'. T. Woeks, u'41uIi'listratorots.uidetate.I in the state of Florida and known and described ; Kinds to Match Our
: freight was ordered to wire an explanation health spot. in the slate than this. \VHEKEv**. \v. T. Wet-lc. admiiiistraUir off on the public maps and records of said state a. : .' <
-T THE- f the> 8t.t.- of Henry. York.l iuite of Bradford the east half of tlie northeast quarter. the east '
? as to the cause of the : _eELREE'S WINE OF CARDUI for Weak Nerves. -'O' rounl.t State i>f Florida deceased. has this half of the southeast quarter of section thirty Dress Goods. "

t delay and he cent the following i day filed in my officp a suggestion. ot the m tolv; six (3j), in townOiip tour (It, south of rang :;
: encv of said esat-: twentj-one (21) east and In township five (,)
i 7, The wind was high, the steam was : The Toledo Weekly Blade. Next 30 Days.PritstlCY' These OM therefore lom-tifv bed adinon'sh south of range twenty-one (il) east; the east"
all persons htlding claim- against said estate to half of lots one II), two i2), three (3) a .d four: I ALVAREZ
: 1ov.rrhc train waj heavy and hard The most popular and best known file the same in mvoftlo. dulv autlientica'e) on (4). the east half ot the northwest quarter and J. G. I9

: toro\v.. The coal was poor and full weekly newspaper printed in this countryis <.r by the Mthdav .(,Jan A. I). 18 3. on the southwest quarter of secti JD twelve (12) and *,
the Toledo Blade. For more than which day thi-rc will Ix 1\ pro rata distribution I of in town.hip lour(4), south of range twenty-two .
Silk I Henriettas I
cf slate--- 'rha 8 why we held it has had circulation of : Warp the assets boi'inging to said estate, among the (:2) east; tbe whole of sections twenty (20, aod ,
twenty years a creditors of the t line.WitnehS\o (ti); the southeast quarter and the *i&
: k 1\0. 8. ___ ._:' ____ lOO.OiK to 200 000 going regularly into 48-inch, 1.25. mv hand and seal of court this the 29th north half ot tOe southwest quarter of section FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RfllLWAK.-
every slate and territory of the Union. day of July, A. I U. 1M!.. twenty live (&); the north half of tbe southeast
; There is )but one Florida. Allis From fifteen to twenty-five Ions of print I All-Wool llfiniettas 48-inch gel [SEAL] W M. F. .U.PHt."RS. quarter and the north half of the southwest .
Ju')' :ft. 1892 CounlyJudge. quarter of section twenty-six (2B) tue north Florida Trunk line.
; Short line
that IS needed to lay the truth paper is consumed in each week's edition half the northeast quarter of the southeast Tampa .t

before tbe great jAmerlcan pl'opll'] and it is regularly mailed to more than Fancy Suitings at rwlnceil prices. Notice for Publication. quarter, tbe west half of the southeast quarter And to all point in South, Middle and West Florida. Mobile. New Orleans *nd the South, >.
what her rt-sonrct's: half: of the po:lofHccs of the United States and the southwest quarter of section twenty Direct ccnnections to all points Northwest and Northeast. .
% art' wlut ln-r LAND OFFICS AT Otix'svitie. FLA., rNI >
the north half.
t seven (27); tIe north half of
climate has dune nd will do what It is peculiar fuel that the Blade is Ihe Elegant Trimmings to mat ; ocly weekly that is hereby given tat the following- I -
newspaper published NOTICE the southeast quarter. the southea quarter of SOUTH.
c jortmiities| are here for pleasure regular subscribers in all pirls of the A New Shipment ofhfants' settler has filed notice of his intention be southwest quarter and the west half of the -I I SOUTH KBN D1TUHOX5GOpl01Oi'Iv..Fernandina -KORTH.-- :-WEST.-- WLSTER5 DlTJglOS. 8OftL.
and tie United Stales.( Il is edited to make final proof- in support of his claim. southwest quarter of section twenty-eight (28). No. 3 No. 7. : No. 8 No. 4 2 r.-
: with
profit eiiiging changes on special ,, iNo.10jXO; No1tNoI
and that said proof will! be mad before Clerk of The whole of section twenty-nine (\), the east -,-l ,,._; .
: thee reference lo the wants of all people in 1011sections !! Children's Misses'and the Circuit Court c.t Green Cove Sprinp Fla, on half : - 1i\i-t
: day after lay, week after the northwe-t quarter, lot one (1) (or east ...Ar 350;. 1t45a I lOp 'i OOa Lv..Jacksonvllle..Aj saop io ar- .
January 10th. :. viz John Hall. uf ,
I It is also made to interest : naif of the southwest quarter and the north t 11 :25a Lv...Callahan...
ISp ?
; week mouth aftec month and every Ar845pl205pAr. 3p 30a Slop 35a Lv.Ar.....Baldwin. ...LT.Lake 7tp
1 06' : Fla III. li2S. for the S# of S WX and Stf of > lliaV
year member of I the family. Besides all time Ladies'CLOAKS S % Sec 8. T 7 S. R S4 UHe half of lot two (i) (or northwest) quarter of the .Baldwin. ...Lv 143p230p 600.. lI2a SMa .... 'ty..Ly I P 1ISI

: I f. I after year, and keep on doing it. news of the world It has Sl'l'i.clllnd Short tames the following witnesses to prove hiseonti.uuotI half southwest east half quarter ot southeast of section thirty (southwest SO), north -I' .-- ,1241a! ?. ......Live Oak.....LT i tlkQ'i'I
t after that and the is lone. Stories. Wit residence upon.lnd cultivation of quarter. 8 .top 11 I5a LT.Jackl&OnYiDe..Ar 630a I i Ua 10 4-a Ar... 3Iadlaon..Lv 4PI1U&: .
thing and Humor. Poetry of southeast
; Cnmp-I quarter quarter quarterof 9 ". 145p Montlcello_ ..LT saopMLv134Tp .
laId land viz U.
., ; "II tire Farm, Sunday School Lesions Young Pnegt, Joseph: HuMer B.: Fonts, all A of Athens.U. Townsend Fla UM. south'est quarter and west halt of southwest 11 OIp i lop .. .Htarke. ..Lv 12 ap 431a I I 5 Haj I 45p A r....Tallahassee.Ar ....LT I 45n115. .

:1: It is said .thatif4a, thing is good Folks Poultry. Puzzles. Household, Auswers -. 0\1 ALEI. LY.VCH. Register. quarter sections o' section thirty-two thirty-one(&) and(31)thirty-three and the wholeof (S3) 12 IlSHp 2UlOSa, U3pA.r.Ba1l'thome..I I85p Ar....Waldo ........Lv." 12 Haul lip 4 323r.02a1 ..' 343p900a 450p1048iJ. \r:..UiTer....Quiucy.Junction...... ]12 Iz"'t

;' wo C'lU't.hue too much of it.Va to Correspondents. etc, etc As a and in township five (c.), south of rouge tweuty 25lpAr..Cmtra..Lv Ibis z f.L1I t Stpf 1I3"'
; special feature for 1893, Mr. Robinson -AND- FOR SALE. two (22) east. The whole of section four (4). ..-. 3SlpArS44p SUrer SprinKs..Lr ... ... JOvll00pAr..PeDMcola.Ly'----r_J.

: L thought different; eight ynari ago, Locke editor.and proprietor of the Blade north half, northeast quarter of southeast quar- l1* Ar ... 145.41.I ...' : .... .f.blle..Lv 110k73U (... -'.'
4 c ; and the thought proved 4isastrons.L has Just sailed for Japan and will ter. west half of southeast quarter and southwest ,330* HOp ArAr...Wlldwood.....Lr.Lv. 915a804a 12r4t.... 43J Ar...New; Orleaa ....LT '! .....,
contribute -
: 1,000 I Bushels Rust-Proof Oats quarter of section six (Ii) and the whi-le 01 t Ma 543p ..Lacoochee.. JO S$ ('- _ :1-
L During Bloxham's administration, a series of illustrated letters on the section eight (8) and uiue (II); and also all that SCOa 548p Ar..Owl"nsboro. .Lv 7I9ut ,'....... SlOp Ar..Jackson.Mias..Lv 1 .; .1i

fioni 1680 to 1884 Flonda I manners and customs of that peculiar JACKETS (h.uii.utd in South Georgia). certain lot piece or parcel or tract of laud! situate 615&1 Sip Ar.. ..DadeCity...LV, iO&pj.|| ''''' 5Oa Ar..Cano..Lv J1iu.t-
lros'j country and Its people These articles lying and being lathe county of Bradford 719p Ar.....Plant Oty_..Lv 630.1 !9I7p ..... 11 OOu Ar..St.: Low.: .._LT 'HDp .
: pered as she ncrer has I will be commenced sometime in Febiu- ALSO :300 BUSHELSOK : : in known the State tnd described of Florida on the and public more records particular and!!' .7SOaSSOa- 820p Ar..._Tanjpa.. ._Lv 53% 8 1".I.: -4ip Ar .. ..CIucaLv_ .8IIp'-

e : t-iiK-e.. During thfit pe'iod the state ary or March and will be \\orili lo I the Don't fail to see this lot. maps of said state OH the wnole of section 4-'; Lv..Wiidwood.. ..Ar 9 Orta 1131'| TIIOM.\SVII.LE-310STJc&LLO Rom.844a J

l a voinraissioner of lands and I reader of the BlaHe r..any: limes the subscription twetity-one (21), in tovrnsh'p lour (4). south of 500a 5 Ifp Ar....I.eesburg.r I030p; Da.ly910pi. I '
I range twenty-two (M) east. containing six bun 545a 541pAr.-Tavares.. ., Ar H14n7UOa .- j
illlmi ration, with an advertising priceKviiy render of this dred and thirty-nine and Ii one-hundredths 8"1Ia 638p Ar.Apopka..Ar .25a 636p 700. .... '
A" fund :at his disposal of 85.000 a year, paper is invited to send fur a specimen Prices Are Burt or Nin ;'Day Oats. (KoU.16) of ticro I bud;ami situate also alt those certain tracts or 920s 710p Ar._ ..Orlandi... Ar 5I.p845a f.v..Jacksonville.1..Lake City .....Jtf.ArLv II1ft'--i.
The publishers of the hule.mld parcels lying and being in the 1030a1230p Ar..Winter Park..Lv .. '| .
copy. of Bradford ... 237p 9S6 ...... LJveOak......;. At 541p
; .. und an assistant |who had sufficient Right county an-1 State of Florida and ..Ar ..Oviedo..Lv .. .
be glad to send specimen copy to every -, known and described o.i the public .. 131p.1l5')11; ; Lv ..Monticello .. .ArLv
plats of said -.-- -I 1 13 .... .... .1'
enthusiasm it all and sufficient -
to speiid reader in this country Subscription county as the south half of the 8uutbwe8tquar- .... 200p Lv. .Waldo_. ..Ar 1! ..;. iu'pLc.Iontguuuiery..A233p'Ar..Galnesvitle..L '" ( ;

/ Judgment to! know how. price of the Blade one dollar a year Five = FLORIDA RAISED SEED RYE. ter( ,of south section of twenty-five li'i) township tour .... 11 42A1.. .. [.120.1. Lv.....liirmiughant..... .....Ar ..'
.- _.-- dollars in cash will be paid to any person S DO. I IJ eighty ranra bO) twentyto (ffl) east containing ;.... 3 >p Ar.Archer ...L/ 10 "":' G2 Lr.....I..N-.IiTiie.: .........Ar .
( u.res more or less .. I .
p. together I" .
WILSON G20pr.CedarKE'1I .LT 7 301 .. '1Zj3 Lv..A..Ix uigTliV..Ar
in small cluit, >
sending of
{ a subscribers. with all and
l. f Next year, for (the. first time since Write for IIgents'lerm:. giving parllC"IIUrB. Seedinan, woods, ways.suuigulmuthe rights liberties buildings, privileges improve.ments. -Lc1v.ArcIierdMlyxptSundj'jt3-- .4Oji; '!'I 4JOlAr::.:.::::_Cincinnati.....- Lvflll

'. the war, the democrats will probably Address "The Blnde. Toledo, Ohio FAIL TO SEE THIS EESUF LINE. Gnhll'.IIIf', Fla hereditament and appurtenances to the same for EUx'a Williaton! tInes ,daily Early Bird and Engle MinesIeavelj. PulimansleeversQncinnatLOhlosad. 1 \
belonging or in anywise appertaining and the except Sunday. : m.tand, JncksonTUle and PuIlJDa'for
: enter into full uoi trol of the Tampa.
) govern.t --- reversion and reversions[ remai der'aDd and '
re Intermueulaterlnt.u.park Jacksonville and New Orleaaa. 1, ttildaily.
t : ment. They alre dv'had the house, The c'ecll.1II of Cleveland seems ratherIn IT IB A DUTY yom 011'8 ysy.eIfa..d ta. mainders rents, issues and profits thereof. and Train leaves daily .- .._ "
UFA* ?t t. tal.. other except Sunday at dgures shown. Leaves
1 : have: just elected heir president, and have improved the labor market. A .ZO .. 7..r .& ewri and C.ay property in the situate State o in Florida the counties of Baker de Oyl4'do also daily at 8:30 a. m."wVnM>r Park at'FEHSASDI.NA;|' AND CUSBBlOS] V
: diypatcii fiom Providence, R. I., dated 'lit. DI Shoe ,wlalrla n.J'OMJI& t.. scribed and particularly 8:37 a. m., arriving Orlando at GOO m. leaves! V
it. i is announced that enough democratic IX SHAWLS or prIces .keel as III... t-et jrth in the mortgage herein a. : \0. blV, 0? .
: November 15th says the 1 Lonsdale; : "The WIJI t'1. foreclosed and the said decree of foreclosure in Orlando daily at 5:00 p.m..arriving Winter Parkj|_ I"
; .- legislatures; have been elected Lou& llIle Company and the finn of B. B. ar'iAiuc NO $8CB8TITIJTE. this cause. Terius _at_5:23 p. m.: Oviedo, 6:00 p. m. ti h 430nl g 310. Ly..Jaetucon.m a IOD 5
\Ve have anything! and at prices to SYDNEY F. HANFORD StOp 11 19A..Ft4fli&fldiflL.LTh! :: : | I*I
; to give them a good majority in the & K. Knight notified their employes today II'TI: .00. '4 (s s OA GAr lotion SP; ,

; Kt-nnte. This 1'I.' ('s upon that party I of mi increa.M in wajrcs. to "go into sail the tiuws. .I. !"'n. ..S. Special Master. 10001 V GUs 5 5 SOp OOpILV Ar.....Heroando ..;.L..Lv 7M.1 85a 4 8 3)p&p) ,* Trains on the Fernandina and.CimIsr' ,:.

a very grave responsibility; they effect December frli. The amount of ihc Commissioners' Sale. 10 00a C lop/Ar... Inverness...LT T 4Oa. 2 OOp> route leave Jacksonville and lemandina .
I proposed mm me is not given out. This 10 30a G35IAr. .Homos.Lv 'I lOB 11 OI, except founda). Connects at Feraawta] %( ,
: : have for lo! these many).ari pointed i union will doubtless (be followed IN KNIT GOODS) BY VIRTUE of an order made by the lIon. ,
I by l.c; Wm. F. lnlp un. County J udce In and for ii ; .. ochee a.ArI Dungt-nnesd I Cumberland .Island'JIy1 ;i'
9 ''i"
i cut the of the -I (o
short-coinings other
republicans coiton inanufactun in Bradford
the county.State FloriJo. CumbeJtaDcl.S4a. i
Male. dated Novern- 8 IISa 9 Ar. MI 7 2ia 04i''and Brunswick, forming tbe
lOp 8
; : and have* made many pioin- I Under the same date a Lowell di pucliiiys : \Ve have the latest and uieveit Commissioner tier 30th. !\(. appointing me the authorized 9 Sp Ar._Tarpon. Sutherland.Springs...Ai .USa 'i-lpand: making connections tot Macon.Atl
ises of rcfoi will be I : : "At meeting of the agents of situate to sell the following real estate. S fa 9 1p Ar...Clearwatt'r..Ar 8 43a .2)pCbattflOOiand northern and wester P _____ .
: m. Whey now I I in the county of Bradford.State of Flor! 94Oal040PAr.St.Petersbur'l.Lv. S50a_ 62O Sunday train leaves Jacksonville ..
on trial and the' Anmrican nation is the LnWl'1 colon mills to-day it was de designs at pojml'.r juices.IN ida belonging to the estate of W. R Whltcbc'ad. I; makes Cumberland route eonnwtfom.*
; ddt.d grant au increase, t>ot to exceed deceased, at follow: The N E U of 8 E K of Nog 1 and 8 daily;3 and 4 daily except Su'-day.j i Fernandina 5pm.arrives SacksonviU *1*p I
the jury. Millions of critic eyes will 7 per cent., in the wairca u! the operatives. Sec So. and SEX of S E X Sec *5 and Wf ofw'f 8Tna.IDa on O. B. and S. S,O.& (1.daily.except1, Pullman Bleeping cars Brunswick to/"-. _-,
ho AND GENTS'HANDKEHCIIIKFS s 'S E W of Sec 34 ol Tp 4 d of R 21 E. and lAUanta. Cincinnati and Naahville- ,."
focusst-d Th'is "
them both of is take effect
upon t December 4ih. JJ.IHES' I of SWU of Sec3 ; friend and foe'and! they ,will have --- containing In all -one handred and forty acres JACKSONVILLE-NASHVILLE (via Lake t ty. Macon and Atlanta.)

In payment of an election bet more or 11'88. No. 2 No. 6 0,
; to "ivalk a ehal for four years, 01 Col. L. A. Barnes Saturday { >ow. by virtue of said order, I will sell the V

; t -:: "walk the p lank" at the close of wheeled C1 J. E aforesaid real estate at public outcry in front of 700a CSOo885p Leave...............Jackxonvnie ... __.,.... .._....Arrirt f
Lambeth around the couil I the court house door in the of ... .. .. .. 5. _
xquarc lt We have attractive in town Starke. in 9 I'a Leave .. .'. .. Lake City :,. ... ..Anlfe
: their 'adminilStr hion.'Vc' have aright Gainesville. The Sun *.ays that the soinething : said county of Bradford between the legal hours 445p 420a Leave......... .. ...Macon .............. ....AniM.
now to expect four of sat HS coolly and coJone or olalfia the first Monday of January, A. D. 820p 8 Kia( Leave ................Atlanta............ .......Arrive I I_ _
,t years in' cImfurlalIYs possible Linen and Silk. wine being the second day of said 1223 zep Leave.. ......... ..Chattanooga.. ...........Arrive. I _
: \ unexampled good governmen't. The the wlncha"w ILll Sloke,1 I line month'and a legal fcolo day. Said real estate 62-ja_ .SOp_Arrive_.. ......*. shvllh...... ......_..... X-v 'f

democratic part;,;,has a grand opportunity cigar l whl'lcc'nOll, while sold ment for of distribution of among the heirs and pay Daily through Pullman sleepers Jacksonville to N.shvill"ou Nos. &and 6. _..-.4.,
and ihe immense .. Ind gatheredto IN SOAIIFS, 'WI L. 'DOUCLAS cash, purchasers administration. Terms NOTE On and after Xov.'Xth ve trptet loktttta ThrovgK Car.alto on ....
will paying for titles
; it be-well for them Bee the fun whojped and yelled with I out of Jacksonville,to that our patron from the South. Kill have : ______ .

if they measure up. to. it.-New delight. and Wmd.sor Ties S3 SHOE CENT&EN Dec. I I. .??-'. JAMSS Commissioner.T. Vfrtxs, DOUBLE DAILY CONNECTION WITH ATLANTA WITHOUT CHANG
_______ \vc
; Smyrna Inlet.j'i Fonr-iu'(3nc THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORlD MGlll. Ticket Office.W. Bay St. comer Hocan. Depot foot of Koran St..JaekiOSviI '

: .4 -1 I, OF CARDUI, a Tonic. for Wume.AL .. can show the finest assortment this I A .n.... sewed .lIoe, that trill FOR ftOt THE"11.flu Notice to Debtors ami Creditors N. S. PENNINGT I& Traffic Manager. A.O.JUcDONNKLL 0.1
calf IMmIeu-smooth
ln" the limugural.The I fortable stylish! and durable than nyotD more rhoeevejp com- NOTICE 1 iu hereby given that all persons in- --
4 side of Ball if ore at prices wa down old as theju1ice. Equala custom made to the estat- of Helf ,\.l'roAwshaw.
I following iii copied Ly itqutbt of J I from ahoeecoetlDc lecenKed.! late of L.lwley, Bradford county GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA RAILROAD. I
V the Floildiao. of "tuIlAhaxsce hcloxv Z"W. i I j I CiA.awiS IIaii lHMvre4,flee calf ihoea. Honda will pay the settle to the underfed .
: !! S SS ft"fLUb'"yllnd durable shoes ever SiI without delay, anti all person bavins; claims Suwanee River Routo Florida!!
To tbe Pojile ot Florida: J JDON'T I I mtStoah!The7 equal fine imported ahoMco. SS3 agauit said esute mUltro- nt them,, duly to

The citizens oJ ThlUlmRSce inviie time 60 rolle. Sho.,'Worn by farmer and authenticated, within two yeair, or this notice S '
an Time Table In Effect NUT. 1 1892.I .
r \ ,
others who Will be
L people of tbe slat!! to be present UD Tuet FORGET :<' soled exteuaon edeshoe want a good heavy calf,&hree .. .plead in bar of their recovery.
to wai.u4 JOSEPH CRAWSUAW Ja. _
WU1 down
: tilt}', tbe 8d day ilf January, 1893. lit iheiuaupural I keei&Jaetee&d1'J'and. + Nov 25h-inos Administrator.; : ,

: of Gii rernor II. L. Milchell 4 give and too Wo1'k. I lOp ave.*.. .......*.*..*....ST.\RKE..**.. .* .. .......ArriTwJi n*.
Hid will cndeavof lo make it no That we I 1D0IUI7 than any Other make. The more an made wear for for the Notice to 1))ebtors and Creditors: .... 12 PArriyE'......... ..... .Hampton ... ... ......Leave J2J .-
K enjoyable b.q 'be 1DcieaaJ .ala show UlaS work'DIP""a leI'Y1c:8. .26a 6 44p,Leave.....,..........._>_....Bampton.............................ArriveLakeCiy 3900a
.occasion, to those panicipaUnlC. I thqoac.. MOTICE is hereby liven( that all persons ta 885p Leave.._.. .. ....... ...._.;. ... ... ..ArrhwVahlcsta II0i5a
I The program fur tbe'day'iIlloclude'pll' u J uID a%% SII.e.2.O0 &D4 roadie' il debted to the estAte or Charles H Bailey, 1033p Leave .... .... ... .. .... .......-...;.Arrive 43*
1 in whicji, tbe .state" militia will \WILL SELL YOU GOODS I 'l'bem$ are *worn lellbo by the SlfflS deceased.' lat., of Lawtey. Bradford county. 12.up J4 J8a lA"a\"e......... ..... .Tifton..... ........ ..... ..ArriveLeave. [ I _
Florida,will pay the same to the nndenUgn-d Slop If1" ..... ....... .......Oonlclt.0.! ....._. \rrlve I
lake a prominent part; review of troops; HgteiL It siSHs t4j: without delay and all persons having claims 450p 330a Le've.ArriTe....,..;._. .._.. ..:............... ........Arrive If 1
inaugural ceremony and barbecue, and for 05? ?* *_ against( said estate must present them, duly _SlIlSp 1 t.5a_ .._.................Atlanta._........._._.... ..Leave! 'I .
the evening1. ftre* ,rkl.rbnll and bi = flecEufortabisand" auUlel.tll'att'd.] within two yeses, or this notice -
supper than traaa" will be plead in bar of their Sleeping can on night trains between Falatka and Macon. C1oe connections made a4-
"ii i Arrangements for excursion rates. scbeil 'lhealr- tIIeIr&lnolUo.bdIQ Li4JeeWllowtlla&o-*. 01 JlI88 recovery.E. S. B.AJUT,' for all points Went.North and Hu rtliU'wat. Also with -VeifilUuletl f jniltM I" toe WUWIIS.V.j. l lW.GANSTraT. !.
1.1-; tile-:01,: trains, htel and. boarding bousu 4KI"GPOWDER CasIIS.w4.t..sam.d&ldaoat. Ocr. J.IbmOR Execurrix. New York and nlerping I car lines t* Virginia.the Carolina and the:. S
IIaUGIi De sties Is Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between JacknonviUo and NahvU f ,
will be published ell .
isles at "I
an early rtty. 10M for .
For further information ft'1CBrdlnK ratw schedules,etc..apply to .:.
: 1L L I;. t ,' '- Those oontemrilatlng favoring the city The du3sssM subjscs'-:==rc.- S. F. GARDINER'SReal JNO. .__ H.C. NOZ. 1St'

t c ::. :with their presence aDd desirous of securing Cheapest IIIId"'..b7law. b. 77 West Bay St..Jack nnflle, Fl-.' S < 'r.-
: : : accommodal-tun in }-adrancc, are re- w. DOUGLAs.B kr.III&.' oI4 A. C. KNAPP Traffic Manager Macon Georgia J.
1 4 .r4 '. \:,. qUeited to communicate'. 3Iayor It J. W. Estate Agency. -_ "-;
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.A': :., .,.r "N" 1' G' 'H'T"S' 1 To a Plain Husband. I Wedding- Lawtey.On : ..... ._,.i'-4-- : -.. J I Live -

.. I I Your wits fa.rery charming but Tuesday evening last at 8.o'clock. .,. -.: What is ,the: Use to < ,**
I wish I had a clew in the presence of about sixty guests In .. .
., v '. Special Offers To show me how the dickens she I the spacious parlors of the Burrift,Hou, ..:;fjc,;: .,,'J':M .-:, .:- f I .. ,

4l! E'er cam to marry you._ }[r. Frank B. Hubbard and Miss Katie I ;:. -..:,';. ::.. S-s -:IF '*
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Harper's Bazar. M. Hill weie united in holy matritr.oay. -

:I R THE NEXT 40 Work progressing rapidly'on At the music of Mendlcshon's wedding ,.t.: ..-&":-.".; ':4. :You ARE .A.LVV.A.Y"S SICEKI: ?' |
DAYS Alias of Jacksonville nt '
march Sargennt, i- : ". 4 ; .1 < railroad.It the piano the brid tti bride find gronm. first and second brides- .. ,,: .;,; ,- I -OUR-
; I'1 1- is best to keep still when the maids and first and second groomsmen, ,'I, -

tc I ,, :! nl I; gUu! ) I I li), rl'n: 1 } women are talking..' entered the parlor the assembled guests .. ,,', :
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;: :to ,_! ( d IPF i \ arising; as they did so, and took their ... BLOOD 'PURIFIER
;: '.( @. Chew Toothpick tobacco. For positions beneath a beautiful suspended

B J3 -. I tale by N. J. Jones. marriage bell, made'of evergreens and ''II t ..
Sowers. The minister. Rev. J. .
: it htl. officiating WILL-
wide Bedford Cords in fast cO10r8 lOc Miss Vida Uranning is a guest of G. Bonnell. promptly met them,and in a ,
yd. I
, Z36-znch' Victoria Mem, fast colors 8c yd. her sister, Mrs.Y,. Wills. quickly beautiful pronounced and Impressive the vows which ceremony uni, BloodiThe

::: HamzUon Wool Cashmeres, 3-4 wide,,lOeyd. Our Florida weather is excellent. ted two foud.hearts in holy wedlock for I V1eanse Your \

, I;* Fancy Serges, 38 inches wide; loc It cannot be improved upon. life.Congratulations' over the bridal party N J JONES. I

I t, :. J-2 Wool Chevrons, 3-4 wide, 15c Our business houses and guests repaired to the spacious dining ;
are hull where they partook of an elegant repast [ Blood is Life.STAB
4 titt-Wool
1 Changeable Chevrons{ 38 znches wide 35c. quite a holiday appearance. the tables) with their exquisite floral .'
if Beautiful All-Wool Plaids decorations and rich viands presenting a '
; :; for chzldren's dresses Mrs. Seitz is 25 Years Behind the Counter.
; 20, 25 and stopping at Mrs. most attractive appearance. The sumptuous -

. y4Oc.i Walters' home on Crosby lake. repast over after a brief social enjoy \ : ; :
: 8-inch Wool Cashmere and ment the guests departed. Mr. and Mrs. \ }I- 11\1' 1 ONUANLNext
e nrietta, 25' 35 and 50c. Which travels faster, heat or Hubbaid took the early morning train on 1 ''I I. j I \ ', !, \ \ "
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,All-Wool40-inch ,.Tricos 50c. cold? Heat; because one can catcha Wednesday last for Brooklyn. N. Y., .1
t! i g: 40-inch All-Wool cold. where they will reside.
' Henrietta, 75c. The floral decorations In the parlor and Shoes, Clothing, Ladies' Hats ( to PostoMce.)
:t. 40-inch All-Wooll Satin Striped dining ftall were both elaborate and ele- .
Bedford Cord, 75c. Mr. B. L. llugg; of Lake City, *

: .i'l' .40-inchAll-Wool Henriettas. colors 60c. was in our town a short while last gant. _ Trimmed and Untrimmed
,. Try BUCK-PR AUGHT tea for Pyij>cp i .
i 42-inch All-Wool Henriettas, 75c Sunday. I TRUDY STERNBBKS & CO

'*"i 50-inch Alt-Wool Henriettas Executive Comittee.The Thomson Glove-Fitting Corsets. ,
$1 It is said tft be quite aa hard to democratic executive committee for ,

.. t .40-inch Silk Warp Henriettas, $1.35. ; question the pop as it i is to pop the Bradford county is called to convene in

j Beautiful All-Wool Creponnes 40inch question.Mr. this city at the court house on Wednesday DRY GOODS! j
90c '. the 16th inst.. ut 10 o'clock a. m., "
, ::1' Changeable Sublimes, 40-inch, $1.25 / and Mrs. J. W. Sydboten are to decide! on the best method of selecting Wholesale and Retail Dealers in

:.' 52-inch All-Wool Assabet Flannels- 75c. : the proud possessors of a fine bouncing county commissioners, and to discuss DRY GOODS! .
other important matters. The committeeis
i i7 r : Gros Grain, Faille Surrah and China Silks from 45c to boy.Mrs. _ _\ composed of the following'persons:
District I, Ardell Crosby District 2.
$1.25. Bisby, on East Madison ; General Merchandise
M. District C. W.
street, is lying quite low with con McKinney: 3. Douglass N. J. Jones' ,
: J' Beautiful Changeable Faffettas, ,$1 and $1.25. ; District 4. G. W. Clyatt; District 5. big ,
l sumption.A Marion F. Mo.e; District 6. T. E. Bugg! ;
1; ALSO District 7, M. N. Blnuton. ST.A.IRIEIIE: IF3LOIRTT.
,; I : lot of women raiding a sugar JOSEPH L. HiLt Chairman. stock is in consisting -

i Plushes, Felts and Fancy Articles in Silk and !Metal. Beautiful Satin boiling carry away many a pound of .. BLACK.DRALJGHTjeacurei Constipation. Staple and Fancy. ..,

Cashmere, better than China Silk, 30e 'ard. sweetening.Mr. Gro C erie s .
; :. Standard Brands Ginghams. 8c. Kiugsley. of everything Any concelTllWc article. .
G. R. Frisbee and Miss Annie I
: .' Light-weight Ginghams, 7c. While I was shopping in Starkc last
: j A full line of Prints and Domestics at the lowest Chalker, of lJictdlelmrgspent last Friday, 2d. I lost from my pocket insome Feed Any kind of Provender :
prices. that his
t IIir Sunday in Starke. I way II $10 bill. If the tinder will customers Hay
I ,
Best line of Towels and Table Linens ever offered here. return the same to me they will be rewarded for I4ive Stock.

:', : Ladies Cloaks and Wraps, and Boys' Clothing. Sugar boilings are about over for with many thanks as well as
! Best and linn of Ladies' l/ndervests Fa hard Ci'sh.; want. Useless to Largest
cheapest the city. this fleato>OII. The young folks have Dry Goods Millinery Stock

: The largest line of Hosiery in all the Standard brands and fast colors thoroughly enjoyed them. Have People the! are best very gardens busy in picking the community.oranges. I town.

S I ever! exhibited here. ----- Everyone well. Now would be a good tell what all And all sizes and
To-morrow is the Furnishing Goods styles prices
A beautiful line of Corsets viz The }pay day on you '
: Watch Spring Mine. time to visit the lake and see the golden :
Foy'n, and French Woven, and Dr. Warner's Health, also severalebrandscheap Ambler railroad and a great deal of fruit on the trees. C. M. I'CDDY. ClothingHardware Call and satisfy yourself. ,

Corsets. money will be paid out. To the Voters ot Starke.TItiving he sells you all and
For Farmers Builders. Phosphate Miners
:. 'rhe
most Shoe can be seen for a limited period. Miss Kittie Strong, while! in served.l one term as city Clerk P

t, t Great reduction in prices of Men's Hats. A 'large assortment of Cliii.I Tampa last wt-ek1 had the misfortune wilh a compensation of fifty cents for know. When also Stores, Ranges Cooking Utensils, etc.
I dren' Hats and Capo.j to lose her fine gold watch. each case tried by the mayor. and know- this
: it)! the same: to hu ample pay for the time To suit tny laate and any pocket. Also all .
:1 j i We iiiTfte you to J. each casi*. I announce to the voters enterprising mer- kinds of other House Furnishing Goods.
A. will be the residence .
: at of Mrs.M. "
if elected in I
I that the ensuing election. ..
T. A. KNIGHT : 1. Joints, on Madison-strcet. will not ask for a salary as is now being .

Miss Lillie Peterson'; who has paid. Very respectfully WALTER, WILLS. chant justly says BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES.

.Cor.. Call and Walnut Streets, -' Starke, Fla. been visiting her sister, !Mrs. S. M.\ :
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McElree'S VVIKF.! OF CAfOJUt lor female disease. ,
\Vells, Wednesday for her homein his is the

BRADFORD COUNTY\ TELEGRAPH which Valuable the owner railroad can ticket have by found proving I Mis.Georgia.McCloy, of Pittsbnrg-.--..- who Following is Program.the program of the Brad- DRUG STORE U'e D. MINER /|

ford Teachers' Institute beheld LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE
"r-, "=" property and paying charges. spent the winter in Starke a few county to ,

: Starke Fla., Dec. 9, I8t)2.L ) Addres Box 63, Lawtey, Fla. years ago, is now stopping with Mr. at Starke December 10, 18U3: _
? Dec. 9, 1892. 5tHITTING L. D. Wall. 9 to 10 a. m. Method of leaching color.
Appointees Miss Ellen Davis Mrs. A. In this Watchmaker and
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-j: Local affairs. Cards arc out announcing the Jones.
10 to 10:30 a. m Specimen lesson in
-' marriage of Miss Alice Burroughs, teaching children politeness. Appointees. he backs
Why buy inferior flour when you of this city, to Mr. I). G. Chains, of Miss A. I.eilller.1is Lnc Sweat. Miss place, up

cangetbwe: ?t Home at the same fr //l Stiwanee county. Della Crews. Mrs. S. A. Cdeson Miss K. Jeweler.

price at Heiberger & Richard. ...JJJi: .,.., .. Cook. Miss Celia Aldeu. his assertion with '
!r .. ..g '7 Mr. Meiggs and friend, Mr. 10:3: ( to 11:30 a. in. Lecture-Subject:
Rose seed -- ,... -
Early at k
potatoes Truby, -. .-. ,.".,.I) "J y 'f""';' Spencer, were in town this week. Method of teaching mind concentration.: S'tarke 'FJ..s.
:JSternburg & Co's. :-!:" f,,I-- 1 to 2 m. Best method of teaching
1 1 *
hey took an overland to High several and
( ? trip good L.
i j : i' ... r English Grammar. Appointees! R T. J. GASKINS
Five hundred pounds fine candies j./ i ?\' '"';:\"h" ;'"", J'j "\, Springs and Gaimsville. Dowling O. A. Cone. \Y. McDonald, DEALER IN
just received at Walter Wills'. 'f" :M. Markey. D B Knight, Eugene
.- \ \ 1''W.: Mr. J. R. Martin has gone to Knight. T. B. Harlig Leon Peek. G.Ball substantial rea Drugs & MedicinesStarke Largest Assortment, of

: ( All kinds of hauling done urompt- \1 '"' Kentucky with a carload of oranges. :&: G. Bainelt.

. ly at J..W. Alvarez & Co.'s stalles.S I \ il Mr. Martin always has good luck. 2 to 2J0: p. m. Best method of teaching& Flat Watches Clocks andI'

: I with his oranges in the North. Decimal Fractions and Allegation. Appointees sons. ,Physicians' Prescriptions .. .
Send i; your Jacksonville consign- W. W. McDot.aid. K. T. Dowling. durfullv Compounded at n hour -da\ or

i. \.i to tho Florida Producer's < Mr. Cone, of Minnesota, a S.' G. Barnett. Oscar Cone D. B. mght- I Jewelry

I1h 3nsutnere' Exchange. tf friend of :Mr. Frombach, is in the Knight, J. E. J. Wainright Prof. Jack- First of all, he has served

ere THE BULLSEYE city. He is looking around to see soil.2:30 to 3:30 methods Q. W. Young
in. Reports on ,
'Wie>> tried Sweet Home flour? p.
N I 1'haletre you Is the sign of a good marksman, but the state, and likes Starke very and success in teaching Mental Arithme behind the dry goods counter Special attention given to the rt*

,; increasing every day. it pays far be'.ter to strike a bargain much. tic. pairing of Clocks and Watches.Goodwork .
best trade it. For sale
than it does trikc
to a target. done at reasonable rates.
: Heiberger & Richard. Always aim to hft the bullseye: Miss Motes and :Miss Brice, from Debate-Query: Resolved that it is for 25 years, and is concededto

.. McNeal-Bliss! Ever bearing, Lan- ; Better still to buy at low prices; Briceville, after spending a very dangerous to our American government to FOR SALE.The
: Make the rule where the figures are high, extend the right of franchise to forei 1inlmigrnuts. .
" :idreth's Extra Early and Black-eyert i To shun all costly: devices. I pleasant two weeks with Miss Annie Affirmative S.G Barnett.T. be the keenest buyer that WOOD -WOItKER .

;. 1 'Marrowfat Peas at Truby, Sternlmrg I In our stock, high quality runs I !Markley, left this week for their B. llartie, R. T. Dowling. Negative. W. following described property .lo

1& Co'I neck and neck with low It's icme. W. McDonald. Oscar Cone. D. B. Knight. cated within ,lbe corpoute limits of to
: _ prices. goes to the market. Is located at the old llnshop. where he
All teachers who have heretofore been town of Starke Is offered for sale:
Ask I C Webb for cards, stencils, & vision of the castle of economy to I "To the victor belong the spoils." is prepared to nuke or repair all kinds of
in for >he election of
busy working a Two Acres of Land
wood-work. lie will
. !]etc., of the Florida Producers' and enter our store, where you can pickup and to the most active victor should democratic piesident to attend the Institute Second. His iron tin or mane
like in long experiencein you a wagon or repair your coffeepot; well fenced upon which i I. ft goodwill
::Congumers'Exchange. tf bargains apples an or The worker other are now happy and arc expected to
. they belong. make you a plow or repair your buggy:
chard. Make a bullseye while the turn out in full and help us in the great painted and plastered two-story' dwelling.
: lint of books for Christina Unrigs being equal, should reap the shoe your horse or sell you a ChicagoAermotor.
Large windfall lasts and show that you reward. educational cause. Every teaclnr in the the business gives him a an excellent well of water bricked from'

; at Morgan Bros. have an eye for business and know county is earnestly requested tu attend.. Now Mr. Farmer, it will pay you to the clay; good utablo outbuildings a

. \ | Job printing of all kinds at the the dilfeience between 10 percent The ladies of the Episcopal church F. G. SCHELL.ANNOUNCEMENTS. superior knowledge of what the find put all about this windmill. aa it can The following is a Hat of lbs Trees grow
: 1 IC used for any purpose :but water power
TKLEGKA.PH office. off and cent'advance.TnuBV lug the place
20 will Christmas I upon
per give a supper on can be put to. When you are in town
| Fireworks; at Walter Wills'. STERN HYRG & Co.A Monday night after Christmas. The ( I I trade needs, and where and call and learn all about it. It does not 90 Plum Trees, viricHet., 2d year.

proceeds will be used to paint the take a wagon load of money to purchase bearing; varieties Apple

i CLOTHING. million Friends.A church building. A liberal\ For Town Marshal. one but It is worth a big pocket full to *;6 tn.on(3 Standard!) 3.on Pear roots; ',.
friend in need is u friend indeed, patronage
f A new lot just received at Truby, and not less than one million people should be extended for this pur The friends of J. \Alvarez take this how. to get it at ROCK BOTTOM -you. 40 Orange.Trees..4 varieties; 77 Fear,

SternbuTg & Co's. have found just such a friend in Dr.King's method of announcing him a candidatefor GEO W. YOUNG .varieties: Apricot ''7; Persimmon
New lis'overy for Consumption pose. town marshal. If elected he will do ,
. Coughs nut! Colds. If you have never his duty faithfully IIu is suited to the PRICES. Starke, '- Fin. 77. choicest varieties; Peach; 80. erg.selected .
Christmas tree candles and holders Mr. T. J. Din-den of
Hampton, varieties Quince 2. Chines,
' used this great cough medicine, one office in every respect and we ask the ;
at Morgan Bros. trial will convince you that it has wonderful has the thanks of the TELEGRAPH support of the voters of Starke. Third. He carries the nicest COMER L PEEKATTORNET.ATLAW AH the above trees are In bearing most ...
t curative powers in all diseases of for a sack full of fine oranges and FIHENDS. and NOTARftnd of them in their second
1 Wnte to the P. & C. Exchange, throat, chest and IUMIM. Each bottle is year.
Jacksonville for market be- guaranteed to do nil that is claimed or potatoes. The oranges were as fineas This place must be seen to be'apprtct*
f. prices have Mr. The friends of Mr. II. Austin announce line of Dress Goods Silks Velvets Fire Insurance.
be we ever seen. ,
money will refunded. Trial bottles any aeed. For further Information t
and apply *
S I fore you ship elsewhere. tf free at Starke Drug Company's drug Uurden is him as a candidate city marshal Represents LIVERPOOL LONDON ft GLOBE,
a wholesoI11ej"vrosperClus ask l for him the of tlrj at WASHINGTON, GREENWICH.
voters PROVIDENCE< :
support DR. .A. L., SCOTT
I j: -We make returns! on day of palej store. Lance; bottles Sue and $1. i farmer, ami always hay his corn crib Ihe city election. FUIESDS. a/id plushes for this mar- SECURITY and HARTFORD Fire Insurance ,

t! j( Fl. P. & C. Exchange, Jacksonville- Cook Book Free, well tilled and his latch string county Companies.for sale.Choice lots of Land in town and _ Starke, Fit.

i 1 tf _ _ On receipt: of ten cents in stamps or i always out. I hereby announce 111)self n candidate i. STARKE .FLORIDA.jnelStf Frazee & Hall
ket the trade .
for town marshal, and respectfully solicit consequenty : .
t I ONE MILLION BOXES of coin the 0., H. &; D, will send a copy of
oranges Bll'tluhD.llmcr.. the suffrage of the Starke. If
the cook book postpaid, to .
Washington .
; wanted by Burton K. Barrs, elected i shall do my duty without fear or An'ys..and Counsellors at .Law,
The book Last
aovjidclress. comprises over Sunday being Mr. W. Wallers'
j Jacksonville favor HAKNEY UICHAUD. comes to him for nice goods; TATE POWELL, M. D.,
and i is illustrated. It is
300 pages freely birthday it was celebrated by a royal dm -. BOOM NO. 1. JONES BLOCK.

I Reee \' j Christmas goods at Morj diuinc tlie; standard cars that authonty run daily on between the famous Cincinnati ner, served as only Mrs. Walters knows ,I For City clerk. Fourth. His financial standing PHYSICIAN AND SU GEON. ST RKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA.
gan Bros. An'l Chicago on the' .' 'e3vetTrain" how. There was a large number of invited I hereby announce' myself :i candidate And Downey Bulld'g.; cor. Third M
guests, who enjoyed themselves to the! tor re-election to the office of city clerk. Centertrs..Fernandina, Ft*.
and Munon
: of the C.. II. &; D. .
! 11 Orange wraps at Truby; ., Sternburg Iloute. Address E. O. McCormick. G. P. utmost. all of whom are loud in their and solicit support' of the citizens at the enables him 'to buy direct Office at Gasklns Drue Store. ', ,I" -

,;. ,f & Co' ]_ & T. ngent C.,.II. & I). R. It.. Cincin praise of airs. Walters'dinuer. town election. II..Ji. JOI En. STARKE FLORIDA -J. W.8. :&, SONS'.

f Peaches, grapes, berries, vegetables nail O. The C.. II. &; D.. in connection Fell Through tho ,Trestle. The many friends of Walter Wills announce from the manufacturer and mylStf PRACTICALORANGECL1PPER'..
with the Monon. is the World's Fair Route
| etc., and oranges in season. I Last: Saturday a horse and rider came I him a candidate for the office of P.A..TE S

; ,: tf 1>. & C. Ex., Jacksonville. tll Chicago. tearing up the railroad track from the. city clerk and respectfully the support :
of the citizensinjhecomiug i election. strictly for cash and thus put- Carrots and Trade-Mark obtained and an Patent
'f} Citrons, (currants' dates nnd figs Deserving Praise. north and pitched into the little trestle business conducted MODERATE :FEES. ..
We desire to sayto our citizens For City Tax Assessor.I OUK
; -JUKI n-ccived at Waller Wills'. near the railroad tank. The rider jumped Omce and In iou time
Dr. Now we can secure patents
Imve been selling King's
we ; rolled hU horse the embankment hereby announce myselt for reelectionto him in touch with the importer from Wash
) up over ting and at kM cost than those remote .
i: The TKLKGUAPH will I 1 be sent to' Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's mounted and rode uncon- the office of city tax assessor. Thank ington. .
Hucklen'c mica Salve
}r any address! for $1 a year. and New Electric Life Pills Bitters, and have never cerned as you please. Il was a very fortunate ing my friends for: their support in the Send.' model We advise.,drawing If patontable or photo,with or not description ,free of- f I. : :
I I i wi handled remedies that sell as well, or escape from serious Injury. and is an past. 1 respectfully solicit the same hearty and manufacturer, mak- chance Our fee not due till patent be tteCUred.A .
No trouble to get v *of atnaIcllenta in state ..county or
J when deal with the [ & C. Ex-: \V. SWKAT. your
yen tion. We do not hesitate to guarantee
$ change. tf them every time, and we stand ready to Commissioners' Proceedings.., ing him the only middle man town,sent free. .Address.C.. A. SNOW ft CO. '::' :.aa GC_thavl....._ ,
--- V-- refund the purchase price if aatisfaeUu-y The county: commissionermet at the The friends of L. D. Wall announce Opp.Patent Office. W JUHIXGTOV D.C. n. ...... .. .....,--.'It ..Sas sabtc '
|: Fine blrot'IId carriaget at ..JV results do not fo'low their tse.Thee court house in Starke Mondiiy. December bjp1'as a candidate for city tax assessor. between the consumer and man r;;= =r. ad.a. 4a'si4Wa .
/ Alvan-x & Co. lemcdies have won their great.popularity For : Fruit Trees.. 1byha5ulspT..., _
t purely on their merits. 5. 1893 the following members present: Mayor.By J'Iu sw, !., usrt, I.3' ''Ruwi
J Walter Wills is reeeiving; a large: 1 Starke Drug Company .Druggist. J. R. Williams, Geo. W. Clyatt. J. R request of many citizens I respect- I :ig-.iiii cull the attention (If those interest .,
I. out fruit trees of -
ufacturer. d inputting any
fur lt.'Ctil'n
? stock; of Xnms goods.I Crews and W. W. Tumblm. J. R. Williams fully announce myself re- as ,
foci that I fill their order w.mitIvERs.DEALEBhL4.
kind It the can
McElree's_Wine of Carduland mayor of.Starke C. L PEEK. ) :_ ; ,
I bon and wood wagons at Morgan was chosen chairman protcm and I cheaper than they leaD get such'stuck '

Bro's. C> THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT are minutes of list meeting read and up- The friends of T. W. Sweat announce .. ., ..- <'"SI elsewhere. LvConte pears one aDd two .:: :** -
for sale by the following merchants ia proved.Ou him as,a candidate for mayor and ask tor .' '>'_. years old, and Keiffer Hybrid n specialty ,,-
i ,J W Hodges lias a large stock of Bradford couoty. motion all petitions presented' tithe ) I him the support of the voters at the city ,.J.'.. ;: ': Also a large stock of slirublx-ry A nun
board were laid over until the next ,., : ; can ace what be is buying before.bu pays : :
| clothing that he is bound to sell. STARKE DRUG Co.. Starke.G. election. ": ':>:: .." GEHERHLMERCHWDISEDRYJP001IK '.
W. YOUNG. Hampton. regular meetinff. : S for It. Grupevinesrof.the best varieties .
: Call and seelt.Orange .. : -11'// ....
JNO.A. KINO Lake Butler.J. On motion that a jailer's residence be For Treasurer. .-S :(1':;:, -. for Florida. J. w. STDBOTKT.. ,- '
crate 'material P. McCULLFY,Lawt@y. l.uilt. near the j ill yarn. a committee con- The friends of, N. D. Wninnght announce ),0"" .:.-.:.. '- ..i.
f at Truby H. C. PARKER New River. ,,
Sternburg & '"*"'=. sisting of J. R. Williams, was appointed him as a candidate for the office :J". Notice of;Town Election. :: ,- ,,, SNOTIONS
and of building town and ask for him the *y. -
i _:-- Bucklen's Arnica Salve. to draft plans specifications of treasurer :' OnCZ is hereby gIves that an election wilt -
due and sealed bids be received and support of the'the coming, elec 'ii be held in.the tows of Surke.Bradford ,.
.IC are The best salve in the world for cuts, .
you anything -
i yoursubscription opened at the next Regular meeting of the tion. State of Florida on Saturday tIN. .17th .' "
bruises sores. ulcers, salt raeum fever ,
to the TELEGRAPH WOI C01ult1))December,A.D.lPtt.
sores, totter, chapped hand chilblains, board II Mayor
j will take oats, corn, fodder/|" ,tat corns, and all skin eruptions and positively On motion. the attendance.of the sheriff la announcing myself as a candidate for '" -5 Fora Marshal 800r

toe*'chickens, eggs or anything; else I cures piles,or no pay required. It upon the board of county commissionerswas re-elecllon to the office of city treasurer, I ,. For a CIm.'
"(, want to turn off, and allow full is! guaranteed *x> give perfect satisfactionor dispensed with. can only point'to inv past record.and ;For For**Tax Treasurer Assessor' ? .... S SIOESan'tl
\ir. t\et money refunded. Price 2S cents per Hills were audited and seript issued to guarantee that in the future the duties of For three Alderman. S ,
price._ _ ,tf box. For sale by Starke Drug Co.llipar.s the amount of $472.12. the office will be as. faithfully performedas Iu wltDMa. whereof 1.Iereuto set. mr hand GROCER
Georgia-rust-proof Tabules cure iiausea. Board :adjourned. in the past;_ I respectfully ask tbe.IUP- and' affix the seal.UN.!of.said. _town. .this_ .'Ird'des of._' .'-
oats at Truby, l'CcmI..A.. '
W. T. WEEKS. port of my friends and fellow-citizens.! -- s1.psI 1
I Su-rnburj & Co's.I Bipans,Tabules arc of great value. Clerk and, Auditor., J..W.; MOROAX., .... .lcov.4thtdS -. Mayor. of aurksu.'''' 8tarke. :-
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ed, and the fact that he had withdrawnfrom A few figure* There is nothing cheap under the too.
may iutt
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.- UJu.! a Variety of Inter stin! aniEntertainin of the f orU' contend.Into Man oi Millions l Respond to the In- Be'VeralYe&n business.ETFXCT. ago, could not now disturb leading important output,industries of coal ad wi in mauatu.T pi,Brt i ou cotton current,mnd rate,good and food good.cotton good fo 1 good aD


"... Topics,1 Ply amd Pointed Parauante entatle Last (Call .Or THE K&1I.ulBO.1D.A alo which may b ben at fully raised, good and chairs tables, and and in chairs these a days of compet-tbla z
a'' } J' London cablegram says:'Fuller"particulars toO per. f fries labor and trusts and knownto ltlalete wtiteLW
importance tt
., of the effect of Gould's death by the agency of wire Te worth rata tat Mon a.e tnra red.w
<-.;-;,. V Accordio to reports, light fpstt have Interesting. and Instructive to HI Short Sketch of His of carding wire rop appreciated all, price vary hardly to llrintaatOAee,
f Life-The Effect upon the market here show that for a' b but second-hand goods can ilW ixri tot roueK
: *been general} all over Florida: so far Classes of Benien moment the news caused thorough .disorganization from the fact- tht Gr Brit'sWOlD and nothing A piece of a.paitp, arll+aTel ,
la the financial? at
World, be bought a
a -: s' and the 'Missouri Pacific i 17,0,0 brn It
; .__ ept silver, with an upon :
Phosphite bpmens! ( arc increasing According to a special of Sunday inflnenza Kansas, Wabash and Union Pacific stock per au annual a table which has had one'dinner serred ,

c ; ;;from the phosphate mines about' Fort has reappeared at Hamburg. Jay Gould died at'his home in New were especially pressed for sale. There netting i enormous, and the the output one on its surface is "old stuff" and has

# White. Yoik.City at 9:15 o'clock wu a decline instantly succeeded in Aec' and Europecf It "rOTHERS' 'v
Twenty cases >iave been reported.A Friday morning sharp for comp almost no market value mot b'
of wire tenons 3F8
The b t reaction under which the stocks
i news was unknown outside of y a bb Everything
'" firr at the corner of Dock and Commercial estimated nearly given away.
':t Jennings Bros., nanl *t<.ress>f producers streets, north St. ,Louis, at mid the home of the millionaire for half 'an almost entirely recovered from the, de- 1 aaptation-i fetches its value, fictt00 or ,otherwise, :
t Jenniog*, sfsIgneJ recentlyjto J. ILiLee. hour after. The first authentic verbal cline. This rapid recovery wa attributed by buyer .1
the at
'f ; night .Friday, destroyed several build The world-wide use of wire for'telegnghic value whic hed la a scientifically prepared
Their assets are f.:>,oOl: and their lugs news of the event came from the color- to the effect of earlier; cable dis- electrical is and seller. 1 and harmless Let ;
and other every
liabiliaties a little above $35 OO. The ed butler who to the for the purposes undersold to catch f.r'ue ;
r. responding inquiries, patches preparing people And if one thing is and in
need comment one constant
known to , resdential: vote of Maine too well use
creditors arc. greatly astonished. [> verified the report. Dir Gould died sur- death, so the news, when it came, did fewer business another is oversold to cffjet; it, It
J ; in america owning no } shortens
9 was: Uatriion, <02,871< ; Cleveland, 48, rounded by the members of his family not take altogether by surprise the company and must very early in the Labor, pofeon /:
than miles of their own you Pa.
: ; 10 ., The first fair t.f the South Florida as- 044; prohibition: unio party labor, 8,062; people'sparty 836. and the physicians. All day Thursday market. Chamber's 648,000 Journal. system morning be a ver/ old, old Dar t life of and Child. ts

w" soaation will begin the third jTuesday in 2,045; i party, contradictory reports about his condition shopper to know which you are pha. -o Moher" mailed free, containing :
Fire Thursday night in }Mount Clan were circulated but late in the sale is information *>$
,- February tnd not on the 4fh: of that ; CAPTURED THE CAPITOL.A leg A great mark down 'uble and :
month as was first stated. Every one it Works of the Baltimore and Ohio rail! evening it was acknowledged that he The Horse i Useful Even I Dead. mark up sale unless indeed a fire or a voluntary testimonials.. :
road totally destroyed the carsbed enddamaged fast. At 1 gent by express, prepaid, receipt r
was failing o'clock Friday matters. c e
taking nn attire intcre io .
jtbe matter Lively War Being Waged Over the bankruptcy h precipitate of price,fUOper ;'
{tend inter ds to make it'a',succor a considerable number of tars. morning he seemed to rally and the family And even rare,- .
Wyoming Governorship. The whale can be put to a great numb br BMDFIOD BEfiUlATOH CO. -
'" ., ,'* A dispatch of Sunday from Cannes, retired; but at daylight hii condition of uses when dead, as can also the Chicago Post.Oblterated. Bald by A S !
and the A special from Cheyenne, Wyo.,'says: a
France; nnnotinces the death of Lucien was more alarming family again '
i\ The elate' chairman of tbjj Christian Napoleon Bonaparte Wise, the civil engineer &88t'mbled'at the bed-side. It was apparent Friday afternoon, accompanied by several the various parts of which and are ut- Inscriptions on Coins.Ia .

j Endeavor, F. A. Curtis of..Jacksonjvllle who'negotiated the Panama canal that the end was near' and Mr. men, Governor:elect Osborne went to the ized as follows: Hair of mane and ti

hat called a convention of that organization concession.: Gould seemed to realize it. The end capitol and asked the janitor to how him haircloth, stuffing mattresses ming answer to aa inquiry a to how totally ...1

A : 'to meet at Gainesville Feb-u- South the came peacefully and quietly. Just be Into the executive rooms urging as his bags for crushing seed in oil mil et; obliterated inscriptions on coins can
The of
Fifteenth mill
f 10 i l and 12 1S93. eH *. street plea that be wanted to see the conditionof hide and skin tanned for cov the
; ; ., art livery art PitU- fore death, Mr. Gould, realizing its ap for be made legible, a collector suggests
Oliver and used
Iron Steel at tendons glue
will be made to have the largest.and company, proach, expressed a desire to see the the furniture. The j jinitor refused to eying tables, et; adoption of the practice of the English
,4 most enthusiastic gatherin! of that ors burg, Pa., closed Friday on only a fewhours' members of the family He' was conscious admit him without the authority of the and gelatin; for fo for dogspoultry mint for the discovery of genuine coins

; i I' Iganization, ever held in the elate. notice. The reason assigned is n and entirely composed, .meeting acting governor. Governor Osborne and man; fat 'ued lap etc.; when silver is called in. The coin is Bile
orders and the mill overstocked ,
; used for
ibir. i the end with calmness. Mr. Gould's sent for a carpeuter and ordered, him to coverg and! on red hot iron, an ordinary poker
A dispatch of Thursday from JM- last words open window leading to the executive making gut strings, etc; heart placed Theparts BeUfSml.
Pcckwood: has given ap the Packwoid were in the form of a request being often used for the
waukee fays: The official count of the chamber. By the use of a chisel the tongue for food: hoofs for gelatin, prus- pu.
that he
;, murder cafe and returned to bit might, at the closing moment bones for where the letters of incriptioDha
snuff boxes etc.
home in New York state. fie remained vote of Wisconsin has been complete >, cf his life, be surrounded by the beloved window casing was removed, the sash site, fancy ; existed oxidate at a different rate

I tin Florida several weeks :'hoping that lUlu follows: Peck, democrat, forgov members of his family. He leaves four thrown up and the party took posses handles, phosphorous, superho- the surrounding parts, so that the 1
of lime manure
there would be some developments; in the ernor, 178,HI8; Spooner, republic, sons-George, Edwin, Howard and sion.Osborne phate and shoes for reuse or; for old iron letters exhibit .their and become Guaranteed ; iiltil7 t e
170,354: ; Peck's purality 7,844.At Frank and Helen. )Irs. then announced himself governor nure sap the film of Headache and in
Jesse. lie was sent for, but his visit as one daughter, Moments. lej;ibe: in const bottle. Price CODepadoD 4 .
f well es other work proved hopeless.. the fire underwriters' meeting in Gould died some two years ago. saying that he bad taken oath of -Spare oxide which covers them having a differ- s b d ,

'While here he sold his orange, cropoa'hie New York, Wednesday, the most inter- The physicians assert definitely the na office before a ,notary public. The re ent thickness, and, therefore, reflecting l11 o and nniiOs flow flea "' .

place, where his fumi'y resided'at the esting thing was to decide that hereafur ture of the recent illness-as i it.was generally turns from the various counties have not Both Liked the Change; a different color from that of the adj"- .F SMITH A CO* Pnpritton. MEW roeg'W.r ;

r time of the murder. there shall be no universal basis of salt: believed='to hUd been pulmonary till been received, consequently the state cent parts.-Pittsburg Dispatch.

.1 rate, but that the base rate for each city consumption It is said that he had board of canvassers have not yet made a "

f'' !Sr and town shall depend upon its own several hemorrhages recently: the first complete canvass of the returns. Friend-"Given up housekeeping and Angler-How is it Sandy, that they GermanlSyup"

(; The fit Petersburg Times ii t? get record. occurring the day before Thanksgiving, Governor-elect Ozborne's action in fry gone to a hotel,. eh? How do you like get bigger fish >at ta end of the loch?

'''f out an illustrated edition or the holidays The church, St. Michael, one of the and another a few days later, with still ing to take possession of the office before hotel life!" Sandy-They're bigger liais.-Exchange
to be devoted entirely to the west the official returns ara in has created intense McTiff-"First rate. Never was so y
another few The suffererwas
? finest in Vienna, Austria, was destroyedby a days ago. ,
Mast It will contain loaf full of "
pages life. -1
excitem nt. He remained in the in
happy my
fire Wednesday night. The church bravely grateful for all that wasdone
Illustration of the beautiful, enery of the for him. office all day.Osborne ndeed I And how does your wife .
contained tombstones
the differ nt points aloug, the coast, many
The real condition of )lr. Gould's is democratic-populist can like .
sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries, i I
cottages (and we have of the bandeomeatin ,"
sonay didate who is to be elected w.
a the stab) cbnrcries etc. It which are badly damaged. The lossktothe health was not realized until a year ago, supposed by "Ft cl. .
? city is irreparable. when he broke down, and since which seventy majority, but the official figuresare are yon staying ;:
will also present the countenances of the time there was a gradual decline forcing not in and Governor Barber, who op "Fin at the St. Chares and she's at H Wa Tnl f :
men who have made the wst coast what A Chicgo dispatch of Thursday safe: '
posed Osborne in the refused to the James. One Dollars reward ft*
race :
him in active Wede '
'" a great measure to gi ve Hud
'it ia. They have a man ipbcially on this The Calumet Iron and'Steel works, on up give the office the official tht t b cured bytuingHairs t
in business. For up
: work end it wi 1 be gottch 4 up in great old Calumet river near Cummings, has participation weeks past !lr. Gould has transacted four the count. Trees. V.J.Caesar&C_ .,Toledo,Ot send u voluntarily a strong let !
shape been sold to a syndicate of Clevelandmen Tutelary We, the navo known F. J.Chener endorsing it. When men of,, "
'. 'r"; for about $500,000, end work will principal portion of his business at his STILL HOLDING THE FORT. for udere ,and believe h and education thus and
home, only making a few scattering and Saturday's dispatches state that Gov i -v. perfectly honorable business u recommend i
vstt A era PHOSPHATE WEAL. resumed in the plant after having laid brief visits to his down-town office. Mr. ern elect Osborne spent Friday nightin Ancie.nt people had their tuelary trees lions,and financially i&.carry out tI' an article, what they say f is
idle for the last ligations made by their firm.xsT -
1 The phosphate company;''of Bartow I e! year. Gould, at the time of his death, wa the executive chamber. At a late hour just a they had their tutelary gods-the \\ &TBCAX, Wholesale Druggist*,Toledo, I worth the attention of 'the burn&
:.t with the Vffi- A Detroit Free Press special dispatch of bed former being the altars and shrines of the above suspicion. I I have
,been rcnrgMnized folldwing fifty-six years age. a was sent in by friends. The placewas 1RaLDL i I i
con: E. T. Walton pne'?dent, of Wil7nin2tu from }Saginaw, Mich., saps the Michigan guarded on the outside by the sheriff latter. Among the Scandinavians the ash Druggists a. KIXXAX,Toledo A MT. WIe i. your German Syrup," he ,u

y': Del ; Mr. ]fycolflof Atlanta, Salt company, on Friday, advanced the HIS BABLT LIFE. of the county, who had been called to was held to be the most sacred tree. Serpents Hall's Ca;arch Cure 1 tke Inty.a, my Coughs and ColdsontheThruat'and says '
\ i ia price of salt ten cents a barrel, fine saltbeing according to their belief, dared tug directly upon the Bu-
a' Ga. vice Geor A.. Lemaistre ,
president; er! ) Mr. Gould was born at Roxbury, Delaware service by the capitol commissioners ona left faces of the system Testmnil sent fe I can recommend it
quoted at 65: cents. The company not it. Hence the women I Lung. fo"?
Secretary and Price
treasurer nl that the would raid J5c.Dfirbftttle.
Wilmington, New York 27 1836. report republicans approac r.t
county first-class
hand less than at confidence
has 800,000 barrels on with entire un-
i Del., who, with F. N.: Buck and Frunk His his the buiiding'duringtbe to get pos- -
t one early years were spent on withtheirhuresting.Gentleman's Take substitute. .1
Jf. : of tho the this date year ngo. session seal of der its shade while they went on no .
a Bai'.ey, fame city;, compose father farm. At the age of fourteen of the state. Members of r
board of directors.. The ideal is of A of Saturday from Ithaca, Magazine. i
t : cue dispatch years, he entered Hobart academy, and the state board of canvassers now say *;
: K N tbe largest that has escr'been: recorded Mich.., says: Another commercial disaster kept the books of the village blacksmith. they will canvass the vote for governorand '. A WOMAN HAS .

in Florida and consists of 740 acres!!, precipitated the failure- of the bank of He acquired a taste for surveying, mathematics issue Osborne a certificate of elec- Boiling Macaroni As paradoxical a it may appear the ,
r..t *' wI) ich has been pronounccjd by eminent Church, Bills & Co., is the assignment and during the summer of 1853 tion. man gets ahead going backwards.- or. tittle detln to roloy me ptearmea of tY0.d 'l.

experts to be the most valuable phos- of the Nelson-Barber Company, for nearly completed a survey of Albany county, Saturday evening Acting Governor An says that in boiling maca- A Mammoth ('om ethloa. ontlnar/datlei unfitted (Or,I the afflicted can o bouekeeptac i want 'o
authority w 4
'y vhite,band in the state. The of a concern which has done Barber issued >
snug cum twenty years and surveyed and mapped the village of- a proclamation denouncing roni it is fatal to permit it to stop boil $&>in prizes for the best seven stories\ras
,L $63,000, in hard cash WAS paid.: The business under. the name of Nelson & Cohoes!, following it with other works Osborne as an usurper. He calls: upon ing for a moment until done. Have what 1 l'-.tth'l f'lmpIU01 offered: $ .> SICK HEADACHE J

company will at once erett? a new.plant D rber. He accumulated $5,000 from these surveys. the citizens to support him as acting of salted water in the saucepan at the $1;for the best '
tale.n I less than > stories competed for
with a daily capacity'of! two hundred A special of Thursday from Tacoma When but twenty years old, Mr. governor. Osborne also issued a procla- the plenty boiling point when the stick arc I the prize". The successful stories are nstan- DAY AFTER DAY u

5 ''' *on*. President Walton tips left for.Delaware says: The official returns from all but one Gould published a history of Delaware mation reciting that a conspiracy betweenthe added and when they are t.ourc to appear in'the tsmofinlon during 1883, .
to purchase the nec(nrsrymachin- county in Washington give Harrison 86-, county,and while projecting other surveys republican aspirants for United in glees of cold water to stop tndtr cook- By sending:f 1.75 at once you wilt obtain'Jau.AddregTHE .t' eraperrxetaoJan.anlfnrafnllyeart and itt mere are few dteeaws U yield

e7. J, 461; Cleveland, 28,922; Weaver, 19,264; was prostrated by typhoid fever. On re- States senate (Warren) and. various ing suddenly, and drain at once.-New OCf':Cx P A"y.Hna fore promptly ot UM t 1t proper taportmncc medical uU&Ua I to wiboold I

r Bidwell, 2,487. FO.fu v rnCr:_ McGraw covery.he became acquainted with Zadock county, clerks, to deprive n numberof York Times. Hav T.. Att..a' ( ahr "b hamt. period- t l_- ..

<, COUNTERFEIT SILVER;! DOLLAKS. republican, 33,103; Snivel, democrat Pratt, who sent him into the western legislators who have been 'elected Dr.R.Schlffmann. Paul, U ..

a Watch your silver dolla>s. Ring them 28,779; Young, people's party, 53- part of the state to select a site for a tan of their seats in the legislative body a t package of 8t MD m YEARS .,
h and if they don't have the musical tinkle 639; Green, prohibitionist, 636. nery. He chose a fine hemlock, erecteda and that the failure of the state canvassing Shakespeare Up to Date. ( any sufferer. Gives instant relief in SIXT
worst cases and cures where others fail. flare wber _,
'a of silver give them back t''> the man who The fourth inauguration of Porfirio saw mill and blacksmith shop, and, board to canvass the vote for gover- dame this paper and send address. eves bT. reported andPROMPTLY >

k gave them to yon. Hundreds of counterfeit Diaz, as president of Mexico, took place with Dir Pratt, was soon doing a large nor and the refusal of the acting gover- Lobbie-"Shakespeare does not seem pt ,

silver dollars are in circulation in amid great'pomp in the City of Mexico, lumbering business. Subsequently he nor, Barber, to give any definite information to draw very well nowadays"UManager"N Our old eyes reliable or granulated eye-water cures without weak or ins :!

", Jacksonville, says the Tlmes-Utiion. Thursday in the chamber of deputies. bought out Pratt'd interest, and conducted regarding the canvass is a part of the ; but I believe 'As Pce fame .John R.Dickey ld C pn CUR

; The counterfeiters or their agents are In the evening an inauguration banquet, the business alone till just before the conspiracy. He maintains his positionand You Like It' could be made to go with Is TOUR blood Beeoham'fc BY ,

shoving the queer recklessly., A. few with four hundred covers, was given in panic of 1857 when he sold out his entire performs the duties of his office, and a corps de Rosalinds and a genuine hard- Pills. Is your Jr 'k o order ;
t; '' weeks ago the dispatches, said that the the p'il hce to the president by the sea plant. He became the largest stockholder calls upon all citizens to support him. glove slugging match in place of that B's Pills. 25 cents a UM coo of a attgSe box a tbs eentrtataloDe.lad .

:,, ; southern states were fl >xxfad> with _silver tors and deputies.A and director in the Stroudsburg, lie works; Sir A. P. Caron, postmaster old-fashioned wrestling bout."-New '

',' ,, counterfeits. Just at that time the headquarters special of Thursday from Joliet, HL, Pa., bank. Soon afterwards he became general; T. M. Daily, interior; John Cos- York Weekly. OR, C, McLAN -v

operations wad,in the populous : The condition of the collapsed interested in railroads, and put all his risen, agriculture: ; A. R Angles, militia; 0 ..
a towneot0eor innndAlabamatod) Floridahad'immunity says into railroad securities. J. C. Patterson, secretary of state; J.
g Stone City bank and Enterprise Wire money Drinking Under Difficulties. LIVER PILL? ,.
but Curran solicitor .
Sn from the evil, shoving Mill Company looks more serious AddltionalclaitnswerefiledThursdapmomin PURCHASED RAILROAD STOCK. general.Telegraphers
y rt the stuff In those states mtlt; have become a wltki eay> procati ataeyDroj_

; risky business, so the artists have moved bringing the aggregate liabilities of both, His enterprises heavy of stocks widened of, and the he purchased Comblae. I Little Boy (in the countr-uT' mailed t ar Da>addnavon t n<*i'.",M'
further south. The dollar make i Is greatest in this is should b
: ., ; they a water spring rater Pm *
million dollars with h
concerns to nearly a railroads of the .
country.In Duly of the artlcla. Then m '
'' qualified representatives '
t' dollar.; It hasn't all of
rat-rate looking Mother -"Then take some. Where t a1 .
probably one-tbird of that in assets 1879 he organized the American hitherto the I'l fen wet calculated
the bright lustre of a genuine mint made conflicting; organizations,' the ?" gcnniaw Dr. C.llciano'' Llwr '
'}'' doUnr, and the ring to it is deader. A New York dispatch says: Defaultwas Union telegraph, afterwards merged into Order of Commercial Telegraphers of I Little cup Boy-"There isn't You c..-':' r10b 'j
made the East Tennessee the Western Union North America any cup. ) flf )1BOXBXXS Cat '1irtL". '
',, ; Thero is some silver in it, probably a Thursday on Telegraph Company. and the Order of Com- have to lie down an' drink up hill.",- J ,>,,
and first extension In 1861 he became interested in
Virginia Georgia the ele mercial Telegraphers of the United
third, and an alloy.of glass or some metal Street & Smith's Good News.
t' : ', nearly corresponding in weight with silver. 5' per cents, amounting to $5,000,000. vated railroads in New York. Doubt States and Canada, met in New York AN'dl8'1i0NlNlN!! f.i' -,
? The coin is also galvanized. The At the company's office it was said that having been cast upon his financial stand Sunday. As a result of the meeting it WOMM.H .
r United States authorities oing considerable the default was necessary oa account of ing, he summoned several gentlemen toJ1is was agreed that the interests of both associations Floor Should be Kept Dry. .

=t about the matter but of course the depression in the south. The bonds private office in March, 1882, and should be merged and the Or- JO .

'. detective measures require secrecy as may remain default six months before spread before them certificate of stock der of Commercial Telegraphers of North Do you know that flour should be keptin > '"> ,
believed that foreclosing proceedings be instituted. having a face value of $53,000,000, and America should be recognized as the only ? If '. '
b+ much as possible It is a place possible, there :
w "k; .. Arcadia is the headquarters of the gang, The congress of the National Prison offered to produce $20,000,000 more if organization of commercial telegraphers cl'd kind of a close receptacle O1 T BNJOVS, WIN-E OF. r. ' will be rememb r,d.that sometime Association of the United States met at desired. ')f North America. for it, and too large a quantity sometime :

ago a man from that place 1 was' arrested Baltimore Saturday night. Cardinal With Mr. Gould's career since he be- spoils by being kept too long ,It Both the method and results when :"f

', and had a preliminary1' examination before -. Gibbons was'among the first to enter the gan to operate in Wall street the publicare ATLANTA MARKETS. should also be remembered that miteswhich Syrup of Figs i taken; it is pleasantand .

x .. a United States commissioner and hall. He was soon followed by ez-Pree- well informed. Speculations in Erie, often get into flour are more destructive the tttstet and ;

.. '; i. era committed. Since then numerous ident Hayes and Mayor Latrobe Mr. the 'Black Friday" and other episodesare CORRECTED TfBKKLT. than mice. refrhg t on ,the t

z. charges concerning the counterfeiters have Hayes reviewed the work of the society familiar. From the time he entered 8nty and Bowels, Kdep. CAR

a, been filed with the United States marshal. and the growth of crime through immigration. Wall street he forged straight ahead. (ireeerlea.GuCeeRoastedArbnettle'e. cle rays-
t t: of Sez.a _
Line after line of railroad fell under his effectually, dispels headaches *
t He said immigration u it exists 24.10 9 100 ft.cases. DlabUte cld
e,t <, .1 to-day is plainly in the path of progress control. With a single move in the stock .Lion !.LeTering'124.1Oc. 'Oreen-$ and fevers and cur
*' market he could affect financial matters tra choice 2lc; choice good c. fair 19c;common Little Dot I wish I of the
x A VIei.ry: F.r Oran t e Grower in America. was a boy. Syrup Figs i

O The onnge'growt"j of the state have A news special from Taunton, it...., not only in every city in this country, but 17-c> ftig&r-Oranulated; powdered 6c; cat 59f leaf c;all 6;granulated white- Little Dick-"Why?" conspton of its kind eve.produced Strengthens the Walt; t

; won a sgoal; victory overth! transportacompamcr. says: The grand jury resumed session in London, Paris and Vienna as well. extra 0 4c; New Orleans yellow clarified Little DotHCause a girl,always feels pleasing t the taste Nee Relieves Mouth I; ':',.

.o, It ia no less than a prospect Thursday morninir and began the examamination He turned his attention to the telegraphic Kc; yellow extra ,C 4a Syrnp-New so wicke anything wrong, to the a Suffering> andCure. .
'. ''of five box of the and secured 0 leans choice 48@50 prime S5@40c common don't. ceptable .smac 'rmpt
of se caring a rebate! cents a witnesses system country a ; ; an' Boya just goes right
of in the Borden and
;i since Novtmbir more monopoly of that controlling the At- 30@35c., Molasses-Genuine Cuba 35@33c imitation has time." its I FEMALE DISEAtAt
A on all oranges shipped ,, along an a good tly ca
Detective and wife Teas Black
4 FR case. HcHenry lantic cable as well his 22(325.( 85@55c;>I40@60c. green effects, from most *YOUR ORUQQItTA
: crowning profits prpa te
who .mixed with a sensational Nutmegs 65@70e. Cloves! 2>@SOc.Cinnamon w
r.,- 1890.Inoonrt at Jacksonville, TJa, Wednesday publication a few weeks up ago In the court with possession of the elevated. railroad 10@12V. Allspice 10@lla Jamaica Tree Blearing In One. healthy ad able sbc its > tl.OO PER 1 -'

i' "N', Judge Swajne made an order bouse,were among the witnesses to testify. system of New York. $1.00.ginger Bice 18&fair Singapore 7c pepper<< He;.Mace A triplet of benefits I comprised In the single ray quate cmed itt CTAO'E.c tkl I.
good 6c
.. AF. the decision of the interstate CARED ; ; common word vigor. This all and it the
sustaining District AttorneyKnowlton stated squarely NOTHISG FOR SOCIETY. 5Y. ? commerce comnmiion in the fam us Thursday morning that the last insanity Mr. Gould married young and was always &rt-HaW'ley's dairy f L50 .72&e.Cheese sound Bleep,the power to digest. Hostetter's popular kow; ;

w r; orange rates suit. JThil( order CDJ..ina story was all bosh.A domestic in habit. He cared noth- -Full ca j'ig; flats Stomach Bitters endows an enfeebled system Syrup of sale ill

,,; the Savannah, Flora Western Hall ing for society and paid little attentionto 12> c; White f h aa e0a6onpaTalios with vigor. It insures digestion,helps nightly and $1 Fig all 5
t r and Qcen Washington dispatch says: A 10 7 lb 0.3 75; repose, and increases zest for the food it en lei dt t9t..aa.e. -
w c
Company Stsanuhip t
tle aHiac
f> ; | it. In the main he lived plainer than reliable I waoa f w
meeting was held Thursday at the residence turpentine, 60 b 6 IL $22 2 50 ; Able the system to assimilate. It is potent in gists. Any PteoeOrts .+
Company from charging: : a higher freight men whose incomes are less than Candles-Parafine o and kidney com. ru.esoddw sari '
of Mrs. John A. Logan to further ; -- mla CDtptonlver not have it on' CeaetmDtloa. It eta ,
f, r rate on oranges to Chitern[ points than the interests of American university $10,000 a year. He was not what some 4008$4 00;300 $3 OOaS 75;200s $5 OOaS 75;60s, & a rheutm. may h 1 procure a s""sail'a wi'awa
thai that allowed by the commission toy 5 gross 1,9 75. Soda Kegs, bulk Se do lIb pkgs it for who wIt
to be erected in this, city. Mrs. Logan : would call religious, but be kept a pew. Few objects are visible to the naked of promptly any W tress rase! ';
cases, lIb 5 do 1 and Ibs 8c doVlb eye wishes F
be''gust: reasonable.11. Prior to 1899( proposes to orgrnize an American university He was never robust except as to will 51 c; Crackers--Ue 6Wc/ XXX, the spectacled Boston maiden.-Rochester to t Do not accept any ray trarlwaM aa -*
.the rate had been 80 cents box tosNew o e' ; bu&tr substitute.CAl1fORNlA
per and brains.The .. Pot-Ex
}segue! upon the>; plan of the National 6Hc;XXX pearl oyster 6, ahell and I, ,
d Yorkaad proportionately to all east- } Woman's Union. The most conservative estimates place 7c;lemon cream 9c;XXX ginger snaps 9c;cm U afflicted! with sore eyes use Dr.Js FIB SYRUP CO. a
Vrn!' ,pointc. In j November of that Temperance his fortune at about while hw( 9c. Candy-Aoted stick (%>; oa'B Thomp __ d,
Y. object of the league is'to enlist the services $60,000,000, EJewater.Iglst pr btte. SAN
all railway: men and steam- % FNCIS.CAt
t"1" year of the women of the Methodist some people in Wall street who think Ca gD m .r. x4 .
t snip lines made a combine, raising $600800; i&atio ; tUI8VIU. 1' rOlx
church the in the they,know something about his accumulations $6 007 .
a... the rate cesta. throughout country accumulation mon W.0t tl 7:L.W. His
:' to 40 interstate An appeal was of n fund of$1,000,000 to figure that he must have gotten 1125; corn 12 ; >116 Unlike the Dutch Ma Ow: .
: taken to, the commission, hundred Ball potteh i3 20. Btareh-Pearl ,
form a part of the university endowment.: together fully one million. Of lwp Poce ; ,. ,
rendered .
which "
montbl'1ater de .
: some Bo; nickel packages $3 00; cellnl ring
late this fortune has increased S 0
M ;;-d ,Gluon nbob ishing the rate of 23 cents to A Washington special of Friday : years rap- Pickles,plain qr mixed pints II 0 rc quw No A 600-pageProfuseIy Illustrated B
says idly owing to his enormous income from Powder Bifle, kegs K r' valuable information pe 1
New =
z York and proportionately to other 11518. ke OK-
The superintendent immigration reports his holdings of Western Union and Ian- ; 20. eases of the 1 lurraan system showlafj
eastern points. 1'b'j mmisaion is, how that 487,663 migrants i arrived in tartan stock and bond investments,? and keg -SUl e Other '.Cemc TREAT and CUREwltthelpJ.
Iffi ever not clothed bT law with the cines. The
power this country during the last fiscal Grain uf Meal. '
year, the income from these three sources are ship and marriage and management
.. to enforce its decis/ons, and the.plaintiff} 2,801 of whom came in violation of the alone cannot have fallen under floor-Tint patent S 00; second patent : preparation of Wn, besides useful prescriptions notMailed.postpaid
M the Florida Fruit,exchange, of Jacksonville law. and were returned to their homes. and exceed that. ,- $4.50; ext fancy S8 fa$3 00; family -, 'W.BiKEB&CO.'SreaktastGocoa for,6O cents*,*.! -'.

\ 'took the CAM to the United States Sixty thousand Canadians enter the United probably $300<@ 5 C-No wit Mo. me ;N ATLAYTA. PUBUSH1.XO;Itfl..
court By the shore order of the court a OK THE STOCK EXCHANGE. M Oats, ; ; s' 't' 'n
States every' spring and return to Sic. Hay Choice timothy, large bales, ? lie Lord Street. ,,ATIOSM. ,.
r. rebate of 5 cent ,('pu box it ordered their homes every fall to spend their The effect of the news of Jay Gould's 85e. No 1 tty-, large be 80c; choice 't i ,' "

'. I paid to all eastern _ahippen bf fruit earnings in their country. Our commissioner death on the stock exchange Friday timothy, Ima be 85o;No y, small tlOSEStHEGREA

fct 1c since November t,. 1890.- This will aggregate thinks it might: be advisable to extend morning wee anxiously awaited. When bales, 8 No small bales, 75c. t i : trld.r'and is al.W.

$20,000 for the iwo years to be the' the market opened there was a large HaPl 6fc; bolted 95o. Wbr .
? fifty cents head tax to all im small ; It baa morfthan "4 .'. listribuled: to the growers 'and, shippers migrants coming over our northern and crowd in the board ioom,"xnd for a time seed DU- 8 food -$1.35 1 the strength of Cocoa m

',s.; ", ." of. 'oranges in tilt area,, and nearly_ southern borders wages being here onan there -were :considerable offerings of .t _cwt. Grta-Pe C1; St. I : 'Sugar with*Starch,and Is, fa eco o +4liH ,

?i : ftt.OOO on froil shipped! so tu this .sea: average,of 40 per cent higher than in Gonlders,. notably Missouri Pacific, r nomi at leas than one mor C eup. CUAcareecos
son..' and c..u. Prdsae. It Is m, nourishing, and SASILYDIGESTED.
tf and Western Union Manhattan Atchison
In Canada, 100 per cent Higher thanin .
ij** The order goes {into effect at once,-and Mexico. i stock, were'also sold to a considerable Eggs 90a22%& BnikeWestern creameij Mr. Joseph.HeasraerichAa ,
9 i? will stand,"unkss, upon jn'appeal oeiog ., extent but they only broke'fractionally.. 8885o choice Tennessee 90a38yeo;other g 1 If.Gr" PU s.c M
Droppers c
sold bs*
% I4re poaltey old soldier Throat ,
it ,,,rr, taken to theeaprtme: "etnirt, this ruling ... Missouri Pacific.'made the greatest decline ,lOY..273i end:T chickens efeble by Tyy came...d out of the and War being W.AZEE&CO..Dorchester,}}fall..
after tbM/arlkl
s. fe% should be reYen &t;'..The transportation>> THE CANADIAN CABINET =: -1 S--' per cent to 54; but recov large IG small spring'12al8e. D var.oos hospitals Fne.doctors MWTSfe ..o.ta ,r. fi
.,. 4K. lines are also ordered to Pay'the, counsel.1 ered in the, first fifteen minutes to 55. 'pt-Tl1d;.SOO ,c incorable with Coaoamptlon. He has been ;' lar rr

; r fees or!, the plaintlll6OQ0'and: ( costs, As Selected b1Slr. Thompson, the )Hew The market then :steadied somewhat. sweet potatoes p bb In poor since,until he began. takeHood's ATLANTA/GA.' Mite, oars BW7w.rMTOU M.t,a.tuar.,kb
;j Co 'renmaa eled'goo of 4he second ob t Deformities and >e.f..r. ,
", There was little excitement at the Tt. t t.aoovs / w eu ta
y y4. Premier. very Strained 8a100 &c 0. (hi. ..inch o e s,.: r.n r a r r a ,s e a t,,.r a,.,
Florida district, argnea the case 'for theplaiatUEs. opening of the market. Isaoaa.aoperbbl. Sarsaparilla Cab Fet D of the
'' "' :"epeadot Saturday from .. l t Joints.P+r- ''
A : Quebec
and Bo..J.\C.; Hartridge f oitncl : tlmad NARR180M'S x '
.,, .. DISCUSSED AT WASHINGTON.; .Immediately looser, arr> Fistol O>- e
.;'?,{ f. the.defepQa4t:. .. #,,. .: x says:: Sir John Thompson, the new premier PrmrU. *.. sweats ceased,and cuJh'gw regained' nigh trrh.I"m. i r and JPimiMnl vnvmtadiaeaw. Imuaem,Torpbl Urer,ConfOpattOB a 1 1M.NOX
I I Gould the uni 'h good general ; Hrrnim. ,
detah of
'1' .; I : has formedhis; cabinet follows: The Jay was Clear rib sides;boxed 8Io-co d belliesIQKe. ;He cordially tbe Urinary Orawerts. CliK.mCAI COMFASY
'A":1'" }I.- ': ;.' 'Sir-John Thompson, premier and minis venal subject of discussion in official :Sugar-cored hams.ISalSa, sjooordingto. ht recommends Hood's Sar. SeoJ tor iMlrt, eiroaiar 3o ry Aleie petit

LIiiIeJIotieIlaaclel.. : ; .. trfof.-justices; MacKenzie Powell'tradeand ;' circles'at Washington Friday morning. wand and average; California 1faa' -p especially t comrade in the's .tw p.OPIUllobBa&C tottYd. w N a?yair

of jdd;r'r ; rcnD ;T Mt, = commerce: ;:r George .Foeter,_fnantx;' .Secretary Foster 'Voiced. the opinion !of .b,,12al3Hc.- ., Lf na Plaur Habitual_Constipation, re (Horn rm: no, _

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