Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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dow Outside the birds- twittered happily, aad'stretched out her poor little appealing 'for a-journey, putting plainest .TWO SIDES OF LIFE.Thereisa.badyaideoflifr : : ,
o hr I climbed the
tree and
the fell the beautiful 'I, trap up. .sooa fourteen lns'.ilk'McKean oountyana'the
sunlight on earth in J hand."Despite your pretense or'affection dress and hat. Thea. up a little )
PhillpRaynor's.Bri e 'a shower of geld.' It seemed such a glorious I ;I eboose 'to believe my wet was. bundle 'of ethiJ She did. not know found that the trap part of oar programme countyofflcan protested;sayrag thai*. .
; world to live io. the r.tpta. .It I..a yen whether hUbd was still 'at theHiglands'or would have to' be abandoned I would ruin the county,'and beggedm ,
Dulcie's heart' almost suffocated her will pen your rank DOt 11e ed'Dt go And a sunny side as well, for as I drew near the panther he kept to quit trapping. There 'was"Tery little s
its beatings. The dread hour had come in life. Well, through, fraud and treachery without some And..-.fo RI one to say backing;away toward the.small end of money in those: but the
the blow fallen,and Philip had not stricken' yon gained lo.end You have .a After liajeaing ,a moment at the door wl he'd choose-to dwell; the limb he was oo and the could order days county tl
her to the earth in ,the fury of his anger.' right to bear 'my nae. long a you she up. her bundle .and softly ,For every unto .trap *, wolfacalpa went as good,ascttrrencT.
IAJOR II8IiKDY was it? had he her-ue. picke o hf not have been shoved near enough to Wolves were the '
ijLLRS'FATAL Why Why spared kep' it unsullied, I shall not interfere cssd corridor to a small dreesing-, Commits abyestani. 'Lf
sent Toinette away? with that right." room, where*a photograph of Philip,'in a: him for him.to have the chance of.reseating male in- the woods* and they were exceedingly 2-
At length she lilted her downcast eyes She looked at him lie a bleeding. light ebony fre.-it oa a small table. Who bars the blessed sunshine o t it. I noticed that _my movements : hard, to 'trap.. 1-ab td,
UETT. WINWOOD.CHAPTEB and looked' .at him-such a sad,'wistful, 'wounded animal brought t ,andfouryoi She had. leiz trembling, passionate I And.shuts the shadows in.The in the tree shojk snow from the wounded bi?:wolf once and'as it.'lay .
imploring; soul-sick look'as might ban at last. had was. placing it in her clouds limbs above him down upon. ,him, and oa the hillside where I had shot
may wear, saddest robe, it Ibeganbowlingup'therest ri"i
melted a heart of.stone.Philip'i .Yon hurt ma bundle was a rustling sound t
yo a uju he didn't like; a bit. We could have '
: The sun refuse to of the pack to
May God forgive behind her and Mrs. Bosk stood on the :
It was only a whisper. .He may not even c went on as if she had*not spoken: threshold. And sorrow, with her troop of 01?, II shot him easy'enough, but I was bound which.it belonged, and ,I' could hear ,

stood FACE pallid TO and 1ACLbuIcie motionless- as s have beam it.. He still stood there, mo-. "I have pondered the In and de Where a you.going, my dear mi May thte us the while; I to bare him alive. We had to get them howling in a hollow soar, 'distance,

marble figure. A>moment 'of breathless ,tioulesi as figure cut" in marble "'. cd upon' my cu. wish t tress?" the houseke asked, But I thecheerful he has power I him out, of thetree 'first though a"1They kept answering my' howls,: e't; i''
suspense, then the knob turned slowly "Philip, husband she quivered, 1 han upon your fa 'face,a the situation A suabeam provide' i and so-went down out of it, and and drawing nearer. I 'expected taget t "
sinned, I have cruelly wronged and deceived only see in it fatal Away from Out into the ".
and.Pbilip entered the room. Hhd And telling Hub Starkweather to cut a a shot at of them before
those whom
only souls dark one Ioug..Tliey
But this hour atones for woman I love and should have married world. I
you. a v
Toinette had fallen back involuntarilyat AywhrC.Bu stout crotchet stick I threw'clubs in the
." 1Dwell on life's side.Thea ; had got quite near answering :
sound much.' Will you not forgive me? and the bitterness of death fills my S to remain shady maevery:
first of
the his step. For a She drew Dearer, held out her hands entrutln -. because of the hated tie he. hubd welYou tree, so'as to knock! snow down oa him time when suddenly the wounded wolf,"
moment he saw only his wife. A low But tht bid he 1 RUk rotd wears
gntly hippy frienl
of alarm broke horn him os his fiance fell cry ly. Then he stirred from -his ,-,I cannot drive it. no fix he my' } and in front of .him. This kept him dragged itself'down the .hill directly
upon her dealh-wbite face. rigid posture at last, falling back shud. the world. Highlands shall be given u up the bundle rpnle of desperate your fat'1'abv backing stilt further out on the limb toward me, and when it'was quite nei.f.1
deringly, as though there was contamina- to exclusive use,' and I will resolution her face. A heavenly Father may afflict < '
"Darling, what is the matter'he ex. your set on until he got so far that it was too small me it gave a peculiar howl evidently 5
claimed.AreyoaiW" .I on in her touch. handsome income upon you-" "Leave that here and come with me, But does it all in love.: 'to hold him and pretty lOon he came rected toward its
No answer. She was incapable of Keep away,"he said hoarsely. "Give me your love, 'or give me nothing Mrs.Bayuor," the housekeeper said, abruptly And.they who strive t do His wilt down into the inow. The companions. Whether -
But her glaring fixed She looked at him 1\1 if stunned for a ," she cried. "Without it I will accept after watching her a moment in ;And read His words I tumbling that was a warning given by the wounded ;
speech.something or some one eyes just were beyond 'moment, then a wild despairing cry broke no favor at ypur hands." silence. -",The you can do a you please." With of aright tree was on a steep side_.hill- and I had wolf,or not I can't. say but I know that
upon where be bad paused, as if frozen there. from her; "I cat give what is no longer mine ''Dnlcie yielded;she scarcely knew why. Walk songs triumph on thei lips, ., gone up the hill until I was .on a level I could not get the pack to answer my
He turned, and eaw Toinette.: -'"Oh Philip, pity me! Have mercy! My to btow. he haughtily answered. "Butit Mrs. Busk left the house and led the way always i the light. with him. When he fell the dog pitched howls again and I saw and heard. DC i-
His first feeling was one of dazed bewilderment. heart is breaking! Oh; what a life I that you Jv in a style bo-' across the laW .a picturesque lodge -The.Ledger. into him, and I rushed to the aid of the more of them.
He brushed his hand before have led of late! living on, weighed down fitting my wife-enjoy, to which you* near the g ite- net of a place,con dog. grabbed the panther by his long I "Elk: still
by guilt and misery,.with the awful fear have undeniable right I hope three were plentiful for several
his if to rid of blur that af4fectad a youwiil big '
eyes ai get a rms. tail. He turned like
STRANGE COWLEY. a flash and ,
hi* vision. But the figure was still constantly before my eyes of being over- heed my whes." been empty and deserted only the ZENAS on me, j years after T: went into Pel1DlJhuia.Therewere
there-u lovely young girl,-with the fair, taken by the doom I have called down "And you?" sad. i a' faint, hollow day before bat a s drew nearer Dulciewas but for the dog would have had me foul scores of natural .licks all!
dimpled face, velvety eyis.and falling yellow upon my own head, loving on, ,when whisper. sure to a gleam of light at A THUS before I could have swung out of his I around ia the locality where I tired.and
hair of his wife-her perfect counterpart love was only a: misery., It ,is a marvel "1 ftu cannot concern you in the the wdow. STOBT. way. The dog seized him in front and elk used to visit them in' herds .1 hart
how I have borne it so longr Believe me' not fully .decided. Most Mrs.Busk mistress closeto few "
save in dress! young HE a men the panther turned back in an attempt I killed a good and' could haw
punishment has been greater than likely I shall abroad. But Dot imme, one of these and in a soft bade many
Then Fhil'p decided his senses must my my go whisper yet lying who have to his claws on that foe of which I killed .
.get a but 1
great many more,
diately. I shall remain in the neighborhood her look within. neves.
have him false. He looked ia
played in this
sin.Though until business affairs be It I panther fortunately, he stood more in fear than cared much for elk. The common '
was room,
can a scantily
amazement at the figure, then turned that cry was wrung from the my wascte State and p&ature
again to Dulcie.. Surprise, anguish, horror very depths of her heart,it failed to soften fully settled. You will be handsomely furnished. Its occupant was Philip PenDsylvaia' he seemed to (10 of me. As it. was I for cattle ia those ,lays was the
were written on every feature.of her him. Again she took a tottering step provided fo rest au May yon de Bayaor. He sat beside the central table 1' but I don'believe had all could do,aided by' the quick woods. John Chadwick, who lived'inMcKean
toward him, but it was dreadful to see the rive all deserve from his head resting dejectedly up h.hand, i- there i one, except and wary dog to keep in the rear of the 'County, afewmites froai'D

face.Why-why-"he began, both hands shudder of fierce repulsion with which he .I the "fortune you. schemed so' craftily towin. &if in thought. I mysl who can panther, so agile was_he under all of his had some young cattle running"'./'the,
. pressed to: his forehead. Then he could drew beyond her.reach., i, After gazing breathlessly at the worn, boast having caught handicapping and so flexible was.his woods one season and of the heifert
say no more. He half feared,he was going Keep away! Don't touch me! I want *The concentrated passion and withering haggard face of her husband for sometime ;_, one of those fierce and ona
mad. time to think this all. over. Expect no contempt in his voice was more than Dulcie uke now almost body. surprised him by giving birth to an elk I
Tomelte.quickly advanced. She, too, forbearance-you have deserved none. I the could endure."Philip "What dos te" forgotten "All the while I was battling at the calf. .Deer were mere than abundant oa >
was very pale, and her great eyes shone cannot forget that yon have ruined my, Phlpt "Mr. Baynor thelodge fitted up thismorning beasts alive, without tail end of the panther I kept shoutingto the hills and in the valleys and then
purple black with excitement. life-" "Hush!" with a hissing and some of his personal effects handicapping by snare Hub to hurry up with his crotc&ed was good deer hunting on" Cowley'Boa

Philip, you are intensely surprised, and He broke off abruptly, for Dnlcie, with sound between his teeth. "Make no attempt brought here. He will stay here a long a or trap or crippling. stick,,which he .:w.as an awful while*ia when it began to grow slim elsewhere isPotion
no wonder" she said, in the soft, per- a desperate moon. had fallen insensible. a n t cel-exoulpation Such sins as he Dulcie remains i the neighborb Had v .."03 WT% with.gun," said ZenasC. getting. At last, growing not a little and McKean Counties. That'wasbecause
saasive tones she knew so well how to assume. his feet. yours I could not, a I of
"It rarely happens that one it His face was cold and hard as he listen a wtout Therefor.ecus.should you wishto his resentment carried him so far be could Cowley, Wyoming uneasy over that perilous tail. hold, I I never hunted deer with hound
confronted by two persons exactly alikein raised her i hi arms, and laid her on you .with me for any reason not abide ia.the same.house, that sheltered N. T. .M. Cowley is in his ninety- told him to fetch his gun, shove it over myself, and other hunters were shy.of ;

foimand feature. You hue been made .the velvet A vigorous 'pull at the please do so through the housekepr. and hersel first year, ad, says a letter from that'place the panther's back, get a purchase with running their dogs in. those woods, as:I .
tbe victim of a bold, daring impostures ,bell brought Mrs. Busk quickly to the any you may e fell back from the lighted .win- to the New York Sun, 1 active in one.end. under a log, on: the side of bad an unchangeable law"of my own respecting 3.
Look at me, Philip, and surely a glimmer room. Now all that remains is to say respee dow, sick at heart;Mrs:Busk added in the mind and body a a man of fifty. He which we were struggling, and bear him. them, and itx obliged 'me:'to
of the truth wi\l dawn upon your mind.. Look to your mistress," he. said, and thugh'the same roof shelters us, same low tone,: came into the Gene Valley when the down in the snow. Hub ran with kill and all houudt that '
"I know something of trouble, up any ran deer Ia
Don't you know who I am? left her without another word. you and I are as strangers to your
of it still
His hands still clung to his cold fore. Hours later the housekeeper knocked ,each other." dear lady. Not much-but ,Mr. Baynorwas mot was a wilderness, and his gun, got purchase,"and bore the that locality. _Bears were also U.J.
bead,where treat_ drops' of sweat were at the door of the library where he was He turned, his face white and set like compelled to trust me to a cr ex chopped down forest trees and killed panther down,but the supple and powerful the woods; and I shot and trapped 159
slowly gathering. restlessly wag up and d01. marble.' Just as he reached tha door tent..He kowll am true ad faith. deer where some of the largest towns of beast slipped out from under, it so of them within tea'miles of my. 15.Bat .

"No, now be answered shudderingly; AMn. better, she said, giving Dulcie flung herself down before him and I cannot your sad, fa Wyoming, Livingston, Alleghany.and! quick and easy that we hardly knew he I never killed a' bear except it,was' -
You etranper vision conjured him a and wound her arms about his knees. without a feeling of.compassion. Cattaraugus Counties now stand.
area up curoU. seahg glace Eighty- had been dow Then Hub ran backto in the cold season whea his fur and meat
by disordered fancy, it be.. I asked for see her?" can can leave me give way to despair. Master cannot hold
my may .Phip. you go you six last spring when he was '
"ou WU years .ago finish his crotched stick and
never faw before." ., *, "Where ?" cried,lifting tear .out forever so gentle and win cutting were good. I have taaay,timcs released
"Oh Philip you! And you pretended to Jonme "In the drawing-room. Oh sir," Mrs. ful eyes. herplaing. some. Of course you will see him occasionally but four years old, he left the village of after what seemed a mortal long time tome bears from traps in the summer time act

once I: am Toinette. Busk ventured to add .b kind to the He tore himself roughly from her cling while he rmal so near-" Stamford, Delaware County, where he dodging and dancing,around in the seat .them on their way .through the
.It iI fa'se. Toinette stands yonder. sweet lady. She .is, almot broken lug arms and went out. Dnlcie heard his "Yes, yes" interrupted, ex was born, driving a drove of sheep, his snow as I was at the end of the panther's woods rejoicing. I have also amputated':

She I. my wife!" heavy footsteps die away in the hall and. .citedly.." And that will b happiel'enouRh. parents being on their way 'from that tail, ,.ho got it ready and came to the the feet ot bears that traps had crushed; 7 I
"This is the girl you married true; bul heareCIE fetlprostrte place with all their t Cayuga rescue. He first the big crotch and mutilated that ,, '
she won you by fr 1.. Her name is Dal. XV.I lhe recovered Mrs.Busk was .Toward evening she went' again to the at the head blongiai. put over ,' so. they would get.:,.
ci.Dane.III ."'. 7 THB DISC.BE WIFE. standing by her, with smelling-salts and lodge. This time i was Mrs. Busk's village, Lake,120miles the panther's neck and tried to press well quicker. Hunters shooting bear, ',
don't beiieve it;" I Philip crossed the ball and entered the cologne*water. The honest woman ,was portly figure that appa in the open distant. The plucky four-year-old him down and hold him in that way, with crippled reet,used to say 'Hello\I ,
sit is the truth Philip. There ,have. lighted room beyond, for night had fallen. completely won by her young mistress'. door. Seeing,the. Ytollok..she walked nearly the whole distance, driving but he couldn't be held jhat way anymore This follow has got Cowlev's mark ott' .
been strange cafes of counterparts in the He started, and for the first time a feeling and gentle ways. mae a sign for her to nearr. the sheep. At the age of fifteen, than an. eel could. Taen the crotch.was himL'4
.world, where person i were BO, exactly of pity end tenderness stirred in his, "Yon ar unhappy dear lady" she said. Bnyaor has gone- out. may b his' father and a brother having been pressed down over the. middle of "But about that second panther I: '
alike that their most intimate friends'were hear}, as his glanee fell upon the forlorn "But take any little trouble to hear absent some hours. I have come down drowned in Cayuga Lake Cowleycame
deceived. This is one of these. Tak. little figure sunken ia the deep I will right itself in heaven's Qtme. tidy up the place a b while he i away." foot to the Genesee, young his body. The panther lowered his caught alive and sold to the peddler..:I'
IDa advantage of her staitlinpr resemblanceto .under the blazing chandelier.. a.chai. Some troubles might; this "May I come, in, Yr flask Dnlcie On country. body and twisted around as' ,the crotch had beea out after a panther ODe day,
m.,the wretched girl yonder has stolen Duleie's pretty childish fac had chang. The night wore slowly on Dulcie sat pleaed. clasping ,hands.. and. soon became a noted hunter. and pressed on him, until he lay on his back and, after leading me a long chase,it got,
ay name, and for:a few weeks succeeded ed so ia a few brief hours scarcely rc.'olled alone in her own room, with white face dear," was ,the answer.. woodsmaa. in the snow,with all four of his great paws tbebeatotlmean4th dog and X gave itap
in palming herself.upon the world as my. her." I was gaunt haggard, and lips, trying to realize the humiliating Though I. caa't see what good that will Until 1828 he aided in felling the slapping and'slashing about like the arms Whelk I got home'my wife said her '
MIL She is a vagrant'creature I,pickedout under the big, hopeless truth. She was a discarded wife. Philip do you." forests'which covered this part of the of a windmill.. A, single stroke of brother.. d Sizer had killed 'ode" 'that
of tbe city shuns, befriended becan eye.-tetace of a he.brke;despair knew all, and, just as might hav been She glanced round the small low room, Genesee Valley, where are now the biggest any '.
would disem.bowel5ted
I had her heart loud and one ot those paws have day. He was going through the,woods
pitied her.. Speak to her.She dare not expected, turned from her i loathing beating painfully fast.There .
wma and
ten the truth of ny store. 'io't'r i was suffering-there could be no and contempt."He were so many things to remind her most prosperous towns, the famous a' cow I guess, but the pantherbad when hftjaw a panther on a log. A big
Philip looked:like a man in aclream. doubt of that.- In a moment'as he thoughtho believes I was tempt by his of her husband! It a0tamd sill h rich areas of farm land, and the made a mistake. The 'crotched tree grew by the'aide of the log-and the .;
[His dazed .eyes}jiuaiB swept the deathly ; w treacherously he had been entrapped, wealth and poito." she sad that were present-that .him great salt wells and mines. He took stick, pressed heavily dowa on Ills stomach panther stood behind the tree.;,So much f
floe of his wife.'=!why was she so silent? the mood changed the old is the 'of simply turning her head. The table waslitteredwithhlspapers. naturally the life of a .hunter, and rather interfered with his 'wind, of its.foreparts projected beyond,'oae .
t did it all ? bitter resentment a. He meant to deal with her A book of : : ;
mean generously
| \ coming poems game was still abundant hereabout- in and we saw that we had him at great side of the tree and much.
rttarling."Jie said taking a quick '-*Ydu"wibed ,to see me?" h said, and so far as money matters were concerned.As lay open just as he bad left it. One 'of 1828. In that he went into the trunk so otIt f
I toVari ber, 'teU thjBjyingjajaian[ his voice Bounded hah'and unaturl.nen though all the gold in the universe his glove had fallen t the floor. Duleie's year a- disadvantage- for he couldn't turn backon Its hind parts beyondjbe other side,that"Fred :i. :
could balm face flushed and mOlt unbroken wilderness about the his feet. Hub pressed the crotch was amazed at the 'oil 1
1.11 :elsewhere to er im.to to bng to a trke heart! She hr hdtmb.she great_length ,
le tale credited." "Yes.She would touch a his wealth aped to pick headwaters of the Sinnemahoning in down on the panther with all his might, the panther. Bat' he hauled up and red; ,
leie.never moved aerer spoke; only tried to speak calmly, but it was of He should yet see how cruelly- he had misjudged she noticed a fragrant white lehaU Potter and McKean Counties, Pa., and and I handed him the tail to hold also. and then his amazement wu greater stfll,, "
ills gaze with- a look of living an. no use. A lumpxoso ia her throat. Covering her. ", hidden under the scattered -papers. falling in lore with the daughter of a I ran and got the'strings off of our knapsacks for part of the panther,felt:over-dead .*1f J '
- &, her face with both she "I deserve punishment, the Her favorite flower! "Perhaps he .
hands burst
my poor pluke pioneer in that wild and isolated
country with.
h.hWp tried to "crash back the horrible into hysterical sobbing.It .. cat said to heset' But not tt it bWe he knows.how fond I a he married her and settled there. The and lassoing, one forepaw and the other part jumped,off of the-log ,
eafcvfetion that wa.gatnfag ground in his did not last long. With a determined -be unjust to me." rs.s, 'thought her Heart flattering one, finally managed to get both looped and bounded away Thea' \ .he sew that* .?
Olin mud. AU ia vain. He had beenstruggling 'effort she recovered herself,' and Morning dawned. Luce'one in a dream, more violently than ever. famous Cowley Run, until that time unnamed in the string what c ,thought :irsitong one .\ "
agains".from the fifetmoBtnt lifted her big,.solemn eyes, 1 pit i Dulci. 'heard' the.-h insects and the What would Philip. say' if he came .. received its name from him, behaving "I bound the two'fore feet tightly together panther was* two. :orc.treaaenr.1'. ".
as the drownmg man struggles for tbeirlook or appeal. first twitter of At last Mrs. back to the lodge and found her sitting put up his cabin at ,the mouth of and passed the end of' the string ones and be had killed one-. .Nexty. *: l

; life."Speikl" "Philip, hUbd I hare only this to husk knocked at the door of her chamber., there with the' pale, sweat flower ia'her. the stream and taken up large tracts of to Hub,. Ha pretty near had his hands 1 took,the.dogs and ,followed the "bae.,*
: he, say to me you'wWsend Bayfior. bade you this hand? *aHia
hoarsely.'Deny you' & .M. me'gie pine forest about it. His original
purpose full now, with the crotched stick, the that got and w&coruered1sWIththe
"illto discard but laying.7 Bending over the rose 'to inhale its away, 1
me away- me; alwaysremember per '
y. rl' 'sad. "He pacbg'I te'Jon fume the in going' into the Pennsylvania panther's tail, ana the string that held aid of the dogs I made}this .one' a'H.: .
'. Then her paleparted, and from :; this, that Jove you It wle a lap. youdDed I saw, fo !tie. a crumpled
p teem fell slowly I IV ;words of .doom: *, In, love that tempted me to : lying beside I Te fant or'I wilderness was' the capture of 'a panther the'fore feet. The active. hind feet were prisoner,as'Hub Starkweather and I had.* .2
P1 ,PhULp, I: ,can I dare not. God ".Ly.he! eeO bitterly. Puloie opened the bundle with feverish. of violets clung about alive, which, with the aid of a companion yet to ba secured. I got those 'tied in thebigouetwoyearsbsfors.. ,. '.I: kept& :71
SlpP.ndpttyms.istrnealLtrue!" ." believe me?* bt. A check-book fell out. When she as though she had suddenly received a i and after the moat extraordinary the same way at last, and drew them up the panther Ia a cage ia my celUr/uatir", :
'J'orseyeralxo I, no one spoke in True love II self-sacrificing. It is unlike IY was nothing else-not even a dagger-thrust. In a moment she held the adventure with one of those fierce beasts and tied them to.the fore feeL 'Then I the following"spring and then Sold him, :\t 4i
the' ;; it to foully and cruelly .the object written message-she uttered a of bitter letter ia her band, and was reading the '
room .Philip$ gge*4 ftuat the wrong cr i on zecord-he. succeeded in doing. In. .of the and drew it the BateTia' :aad
got .knapsacks to go'7Thbiej?
wall" his head g .and_II',mart sick. upon which cnterd.' disappointment.. few brief contained.I one. peddlar, :
i i
the fall of 182 he had
Take this back to she wo.i 7. met a hunternamed down as far'as' I 'could over the for 1t.thW'rn.fsu1I'Bibt, ,and I:
It'wss Toinette'. that finally broke "Philip, you a to hard. Deeply, as I your.matr. must Will you come to Bon ; "7"-
the oppreftsire ill"That :. have lie my offense'is not without Bad "and tell him I have it." nyview Hall this evening at six Come t Hubbard Stark weather, and they panther's bead and fastened it there and have read it through a good many time. i
girl DulesV Dane, came to Bon- ,eSCUB. a pitying glance into that'hit. the old tttPl I will be there. hunted together successfully in the we had the king tlf the forest a helpless since then. 3 v ; 5- ,I.

;ayflsw Hall'whUTf lay ill. almost unto His face darkened; a sudden.trembling despairing face, the housekeeper send Cis ros a meent of Toisrm tbe dear olddays' Genesee country. Starkweather had prisoner. If any one' ever captureda u1fu..t recollection' ,**.says Noaojenarian -:\ 1 f

death in Xiv- .," she said glibly. passed over hi: CHAPTER xvnz; \ Note and flower from quivering been down in the Pennsjlvaais wilderness full-grown and savage panther without %, Zcnas.Cowley,'lis.of the Im4.manse 1t .
I had : "Yoa and fel Dulce'l
there the
: IB eso bitter me woman
gone ipe persecution HOPING FE.UWiG. hunting bears, and his stoiiea of the aid"of before since
clock of- with'which
AN fingers. a trap, or combers trout. ,the p
who to have God
sn4Jesuse. I be the wife. "
> to May
*rst to greet!jo I.Fhrp."hen hopel should forgive&you I ben my! As 'Dulcie the window of hex 'ticking away on the carved oak shelf*Ten b rand_ panther that abounded there I that time, I never heard of I iU:. Blindfolded '. headwaters Delaware".swarmed .

-corns.home. But enough of that yon; Dulcie fine reeled neferwil- a sudden chamber walking ,in later the in grounds.the day, she Her saw heart Philip minutes past the hour.. So this was theerrandtbathadtakenPhilip interested Cowley that he determined.on and with hu four feet bouadrwo and of going Into the'woodsaad: putting;:1" .
:assliy.-.succeeded in' deceiving blow and her to her head. gy. away? Even the trip of 1828. '- laid the of fUh I toe off
my guard- p had a violent throb. She' loved him as she stood there, he was Basking in the panther on one, our a pole. cut :my big nearly ;
'hLBut, her position .wa insecure Lt me tel you all-eyelg. she deathless passion that could know no smiles of the woman he loved! "I had> never yet seen a wild panther," blankets! tie! the four coraeu1' to. at the same time,aad carry the scar jet.couldn't ','.
ee. She might 1 ousted from it at any lid, a "The change. There was ma/: Jp' eays the nonagenarian hunter, "but 'I and rnnnin '11' pole through I'" have 'heel much- 'Um
momtot. She, could gain wealth and hardships and trials of life- .:e',1 All the light died from ,her face, thetender gether, ; ;more Ij
''noeliioa by. becoming your\wife GO she the suffering I have endured my -young the terriblestruggle thought'not of parting.make last '* ? She warmth from her heart. She made up my mind that ,I could captureone carried our prize to BizerviUe, five_.miles three years old'then for :.It was"a bag. j. Z

1&,pl"up the dception.with you also, and I bad had with temptaton-,did Why not expect him one to take her appeal back; but turned &dgpd her way blindly toward alive and that was my special purpose down the Sinnemahoning portage, pat time before we started.for:.the'.lake ,

'plaId her end. when I recovered it was eustce under whc ,-cae' BOW h.e thought,yore of hers than she de the breathing caused Mrs Busk look to and. hued 'in going down on the Sinneaav'' him JO"II 'cage, and shipped him., by country, I:remember'one day,early In' .".'.

".too late--ro1 we1 J lW'ried." HaI-- If she could make him under ward, her in alarm. t honing that year. Sta'rkweather and I wagon to W/oJiio We: sold him to a, the winter; being-'with' my shter oavtheUwr, '?,l

,,els The' did wrttobed notak.even ivAn groaued to aloud.correct,Dul-the He"It .would be wit'a asu.. ..I do, atad lent al. he would at ,least pity her-' "What is ItAre you ill, dear?" got into camp on the head' of Potato' man in Ritavia, who went about the banks .of the, D 'aare., Tbe: Icewiithin !

; tt.l falsehood* that .d been told. not to listen. Never lift the veil that pllblY8Yn come to see her as a friend .Dalcie did not even hear her. Her lips Creek and the Sinnemahoding .on the country peddling. This man killed the oa the .ater/and..w.were amuslag_ ,

\\'bq shfT. conlttco' longer endure tbe clr from me, your ,life. ,I would ,,and life would- not.--be-a. were jet,. her eyes stared 'straight out. day Jacksou was elected President in panther tbe next ,summer' by dousing it ourselves by throwing 'up'stonea 10 thyj
..UtI'Ce,;t.% /'. ,t'ollotfCi*Ier own word', .rather not look pt lest I be overwhelmed living In death.moment' she, the house and She walked on mechanically' until she 1828We were right into the great with! water.iu-itsci;e, he:>thinking he would;fall back on the'Ice .w break. '

,TOInettp4z.wij_;pd laid her hand 'ith deeper horr than ever. It. was- a hurrying hadJe her husband reached seemed the/,river to fascinate whose dark.her., murmur- panther country, but although,we.hunt win doing the animal kindness by thus through.: At lastvastoae.*r.had thrown Tt.

.li1bt1D krt. is enough for me-more tba enough-to had chosen. He saw her hesitated depth The helplessyoung 'wife was in ed faithfully ',until January 'we 'net-er cooling it ofitu it pantei with haat..He ia the air'fell and made quite a big hole," ;
i-! %l .eo11f1e.thil'aif. end in-only know that I have. a out 'then cmg. wrong came across one and to couldn't have taken way tahiti and' oC -it- trout aid : t.
|,.o o yway.'. ,You will''jnake haste to of the city streets-" Tga' an istat. i the thinking her.husband, had gone to meet packed up -a. surer out, .popped:a,Dig ,. .i
lyou the sjawpjhy creature who won put "Oh my God!" dcton. his old love. He had turned deadly pale leave the woods}, greatly .disappoi ted. a panther than that. They ,can't stand flopped abbot outh Q.ICe. "Ws'. ot"*"' 4-i

-T-bya tftQ4;'lRjB'.owe her nothing "A nameless, homeless creature the- action Her showed with bit tears.than .words The when To ette'l DOt was. pla in his But the day we broke camp, and on our water applied ia that_ way.; ,But J ashore. My ,father took thoflEsZu.ed1t'Ioibait 1
I JM>thliiK. You rould more had by the messenger ad recognized to E.k Lick much to our delight'we him another -three four for his mink i
> only feel anger and bloo whose veins flows, perhaps, from the estimation in which he held her. He way caught .one O( ; tlt'i
1tt1or.o&.WhO woald f"top to such smirched and sullied by a thousand aot forgive her, or even tolerate her able the wting.wrote But was an hono. struck a big panther's track in the years after that.It was .the next year ,caught three nia! s witlIt.t.. ;.J 4'; :.
..UlBaiaher pya selfish e d'.. For- crimes," he went on, relentlessly. cud I ma immediately response .- snows The panther was going,west and af ter JL had gone back into Pennsylvania to When he 'iru'ieenty.threiyears. of,. a

't..,,M youtsrthflawS fcre.ylslr me'.redr jt sa will,for release such :"The hold their Baynors honor are of spotless It'has lives been; left and. prnc.sn.down weakly upon one of the !I "It would: b worse than useless fo as we followed him. The plan I.,had settle there.'You eee, when Starkweather 'age Mr. ',CoW eJ';"wen* o t K n'.tb ?plaias.,.

.'..-{fhmtlhcse:vg'Uing th..| .. When for the last of his hh "staia,the' noble rustic She must have been there t met agin Try to'forget-it all thought for catching a pantner, alive and I were there, in 1833, there' :wis'a buffalo hunting ja'od.Hilledif%fine Ipef 'i:
time when the sound of '
$w are.ajEr.man, Phi ip,'OU-'Ou-can family name by a mesalliance that well some aroused her. footstep either of us. was to get one up a tree, th.en.climb'tbe'tree &loU1named Sixer,lived five mile from. mea.' Mwyjeaft aso;.soroebae stole;{ i'Z
1.;corns to tae t.tou will find He ordered hit horse and rode away i with'a steel within where We to take of hU bear' ?Pu'JIft:1
me unchanged. might cause his haughty ancestors, turn was coming back. He was close of big trap, get we camped. used traps _It'
If Herveice.li: 'iy winning, her face in their honored graves.I ., FhUp before he saw the forlorn little a desperate state md. But ten 'reach of the panther,'and hold .the trap .our washing ,down' there to be done, and Rehsilitey l obtained what'.he believe*JS; I Iia
.!reIf.hel1l.u. smites\at :Phi.ip shivered Cruel wOr-up'D words But figure half hidden by swaying vines. He &owa when Bonnyview' .Ha. As he was toward him with .the jaws set; From' -well, I .went' back: to Pennsylvania, 1 a due to tie thlsfi.,aad.If the Mnei '

jeweled anderiert handr touch'aaer'eently. Jr put off, hex they lpkn 1d.r. t ffings excitement'at ofpUllon .would.have passed on,'but with a swift, dismounting h cae d bk.o te lodge, one what I had.learned of the nature of the and, in 1830 I married Mary "Sizar.; 1 should ubiUntiaited"the veteran'dClares 'li'

:801- he said In 'a low hoaisa tone. of her' rival Dot .te'lo.J1. fluttering movement Dulce'1ung herself of'the servants ca down the panther I knew thii wh n, the trap.was. built a sawmill, at Ihe month .of a big thai 'he waulto dJt"t :' wotJ ?
':ao1' inelteand leave mQ alone with oria'effect. ha beD. at his feet, impeding aYnu S stuck'under one's nose he,would run that.came into, the ,Sinnemshonlng Cowley'Run:toUhed. haYetho4biet.-.pa.4
She tried to but her trembled '
speak, tongue '
,uiyshte.",: --,011 Mr. Baynor, cried the man.trembling the the .' ._e.. lever. liero4 -
'II. Philip ha been pondering them over without uttering aa audible sound. with wild excitement resent familiarity by striking where the village! SiiarsviUe*Cameron Cowlei. .h.
I ,Go'the into her wpeited, a ttartled look since. fancrng'things a thousand.fold Hi white, angry face filled her with .ter-' up'to the house. "pleasecome Poor trap, which would. spring and catch bin Cpunty, is.:now. The.stream, had Too tobacco'and has beea'snadeacE, :
bij blue eyes. You are yorl na until it would J. S Baynor nowhere to Qucl and .by the leg be. struck with Then we name, but' it sooa, .became.known 11Cowley member for more 1haa'xlltem" .'Ei".
"l1ot 174L0w aevqasPhilip? ? You won't 1 send me not surprised the least had, you were lying in"wait for me?".he U. I declares she has. da- would hare him at a 'disadvantage,,aad run, anti'Im beea, that oi. themapafever returned'tample' ."W jo rig CxMiatyji1ti:; :at'1; :.

oalpaswer t was to pull the bell- some,Hcp cJYct o PJOte.lona thief said, between h teeth. "It is useless. hoUepr 'could/inacage to bind him so he would since. -I putjup a hewn pine rfottow. fwov.-th-. : ij1kfonl'&h

rope Escort this lady to the door," he lud dughte. '. .cla .y h .Let with-me.pass. will hold no- converse :Philip went. He found.' Mrs. Bush be-unable.to do us any harm.. It ,was afirstclass loghouse, and in course, r, time Downed, yeart'ajo. !!

ft,Qio4he servant who appeared. girl J- fallen back in a "One you.' moment_ she pleaded, her walking up and down tba:hall, wringing.. plan, but,owing, to sotnjitt1oobjection 7UUO'acrea of thi.bast.. pine land that Uy .Wltqr1.L,h1I.second}.wcf.;. .,

|,from jT6UieUe.the husband hesitated glaring furiously kind of cape, her- parted, her star. clutching blindly Phip. her poor little hac'Th v. she sobbed."Sb. .. ..on' the, part'of the panther iD,that couatry, If 1 owned It now W Il eat foibk:stqeaI1 ,
| to the wife. The re.u1' lug;' .J'fixed' in breathless horroi .hands..- .1 want to tell you that I believed act i de.pat .It didn't work... ,, jtberichest miD in Wyoming County U.,.....4 ClUseO.'ft,. S" p.
.wassol differentbm her expects.tLons. u uU face. Toinette dead when,I decided cause loved> aW b ,"We followed the track of .'Th -much! whole ;' : 'J<< 'b i f1tXt
.: She felt soiro Philip would my wife; I have married ya hayetmpted you 10U; b. 'a.C uptt( r. as ;. u; *: townthipw .
:.drive forth hig wit.1rith curses and ie- yon-there a. DO help fo It,I be.went anj to personate to' nothing the euc So she has taken miles'and came up with. ,the panther OJ a,.little 'more :thaa" one-seventh of {ii i t
-.mogi, On learning the truth 'Bitterly ss I regret my madness ana me. carry. O cl She came to the.,lodge aa4; ;read the note curled up.under'the roots of a'tree. He. it that I sold fcr i fewthoasaad, :doUajti .- hi I. .'p,,,,,' :, ,., ,''' .-' ,.. ..1:7.'"... .'A,..
left the No
f She 1ow:er Uiumph was scarcely a victory fon,', all that 'f.ma t'me.no'it t.No'.re .He le at her a mo', you Been her-slncev lying on 1: 't. 0. has in .b 1ded'a"ay through' ,tho. BUO*.. but. pnrcUasec"cut; 33OOOODf.etof, .Th' t ;.IatI\.MC1'-. .}!;

must* It was go; and with leave thii usurper be- mIJ the best o U I, have decided h. cmprlA that note, bu.'I, fe it b h dvl.her to oar,dog.prated him so' closely' .that he, pine aline, worth about .ItO99OG' ,_: 'jij. : i.tk. ;., .wltit"" "' 'L ..l
WjuL difficuliy: she Dulcie, to
outward repressed tn romhis, pt .i s'had herdtath. S treed. That-.was laccOf ing. to programme. 'When we>eptvtL-lo!! k"i 8J;<> ; by a "_ .it
signs of
.4ia. poinimaut raging the in bitter her breast.anger and ,do A? of, thrilled' her- ,been DUlde0fltbaCkt0hermoni a wm. Her Philip DW1 A. grav, 'ghastly pallor We had left our",trap, where I Cowley Run, the;:woTvejC.. ;'"used'to rcome sad ahippi4: -1&:. J t

!(seryaot wa looking at hr in star- : it wutbesttiusbabede4rcaUe4he spasm exquisite pain ,, I''hope bad been She-could lu settled ta HastIly 'calling'up we started on the uack.-uot to bu?. burdened -' right roV:the.door' *nd carry.:bH'geese.: 8 ..ttJ-C '$ -., IW'! $

,)-ueJneat-tihe was so ttra.ngel1.l1ke ,"Dulcle/'andtbe.aame Bounded sweetly meet her, fate c.. that every began man searching servant about:t.premises irL b by it, 'aad I Jlt nde r to,.ga-back, rl'v. trapped wIvwithIa'dfteenraJs! v.u.. $ : f F

:b iI*1ie 3'oung but niistxess. Toinette: had to en his lips even thoughspoken ia comes from utter despair.r.lp.o .Coward o t-1 f and get it should.wVsuceeedlia", : paUiaj< I or'the:!ouset;,"Ikiflednd3zq.pec.j3G! ,to- _.If- ." -'- 'is .41',
P several to follow him from tbo room.' _: After.waiting a moment for hr to agr. .the glanced round the beautiful rm.au .:bad mid, }' g, :the tb.ea, the panther up .aTtreev "Having, suececded :: f'vrove3or h1.; 1 4 .prwanai ; .. .. ', r. -.s" ;.

\ .a *. if turned minute to fat PLilip Ebynor bereiumej-, ; ) the that time hated even its ., I.rlnr. _q'-. !:: !: 7, iiTthat, 1 concluded, .to ,l Jo.':tb.I ,there,.;'"\,bounty>dl1l. g,.tb.;time 0-0.. ....." "'., ,' '
ia the'
one spot "Youwere ambitious, it seems, to become 'For such things as these Philip( '
'"Itre she bad left hun The silence could mistress Highlands, and. acquire fancied'she had 'treachery.and, ;. "(T'. -UQ_ 'tree and see,if}could get> tosc'euoij: *1 5rugIu4cuu.;': tO. pl'. ,,;>. i,. b.i\ :' .

J elnoat be felt. .* _a claim. to my ample o fortune. Hush, don'tjoa deceit! .top : official aiu.to ..to the pan he! 'bjoje'it.bac> 'j1d": f.Itin: : :. 4I"prtb4e.-"t.bJ "ri

lypolcie. had turned a littl lt from the win- deny it.".&.b up suddenly I the, ray twilifihtYut dressed herself c'X J h.ebc.'i"J' thrOtI the. :"deep. anbtf and 'lue3. the:'-Th'thQ'" .;.'.;", -*,bv- nrjwsr.4231, .,--*. .e'.-";>. .trpc"-1oi,. "It'.

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: The S AVomin't oIId UeM-tbeir annual 1TJTT1BTCX-o a decree of'torecloanr and
: 1' _D- aate rendered by the CSrenit Court of ..Tlor-
--- country i* afe polillcjilly. bazaar at tlie Barrio floase last.Thuraday Ida ttk Jacficial Circuit ia aid-for Off county.

and the jFlrtndii 'done her- In favor of EBcea B.P ?n*.Josepk -
< hayinf evening, ibe l&h fast. Uuijirr the "efficient
ST\&KK. ltAllFUUD COPNTY FLORIBAI.O.WEBB wTtoSran and J.Henrr IKKhran, nartoersdotetasiB
_ -. 'hICti1flkeIL.JIWhy not keep up nianngetueiil of the president.Bin. s under the finn naaia of-Payne,
!S cocbria sad Oompanf.ai agates George W.
Editor.and Publisher. rilb the i>riiCM ion of the"other state* of T. J Btirrin. uLIy "assisted liy all the ilipple nt*1..dazed the llI'l.' day of ..*&

;;. $ =- T : the Utiion in l lie matter ofgood roads? members it was a success muLl, the ladies A.the ii..it.court I house will sell door at public of safcl anetloo court,In in Owen frontof

$U-RcIPT. #i:4Ioo..A TEAU. Special Ijr'asn, new legislature will loon ; Feel repaid for all their hours of toiL The CoTe Springs Oar county. florida within the Will Sell at Meatfaf Prices
_ January 2wl.A.
tsemttiv Veal hours of 1511? on- .
to Inflict another set of law* result of their cffor1aenabIes them to add I D.1KB.the folloWing described property, to-wit. : / -
Ardig to* .4c1 f ; -
igresn Knot ibis time sitnate in the State of Florida,described aafclTbe _
the IVrf Oe.ark-.7a.as; Saynd. upon ns, why a propitious $45 to their chapel.,fund. -The articles out low. -

: tJfi7azJfaLIer., to educate tbc people'and their representatives Sale wereall.. useful and many of I hem northwest east quarter half of of the the northeast northeast qnarter.quarter,.the the GLOVES, BUTIONS--ANYTHING IN BUT

to, the necessity of kcent'roads? quite artistic. Most of Iberia were sold. I north est quarter of the northwest quarter the

4 I1etTthi'wL7.zingn1thcftx!. 'q let the people be Informed through The flipper was excellent and 1'jr the war nortteast quarter of She southeast quarter and For.the Next 10
the southwest quarter of tbe southwest quarter DaysL
the 1 $ .
AtflsrM yimr paper of.the interest being awakened goodies disappeared imagine many 4K1 of section eleven (1I,afl of section twelve(It); :

Wli: wiff misery it's working with other staIe, I enclose the palates were phased.The -* alioia'etionthirteeu (IS); the south half of the
n. ladies'desire "thnnfe all for their the northwest of the
whacks! northeast quarter, quarter
SIts iims.Ydur. liberal patronage.and all"those wlm northwest quarter the eat half of the southeast The Celebrated
su "EreBOYS'
how slashes
: t slashes: flnnhff quarter, the northwest qn ncr of the southeast
Thmuirb the oflicc-holrlers* necks. for good roads freely responded in their appeals for char POWDER quarter and the southwest quarter of the south

1: White the fish-horns are a-dinnng -I'. ity. 'Alioat fourteen came horn Stnrke.which' west quarter of section fourtem (14). the north V:

Z'4r' And i1d Grorer.stnndsjrrlnninj; What Is needed is a crystallization of helped the good cause wonderfully Absolutely Pure. half twenty andthe one(*0;southeast the east half quarter of the ot northeast section

At wrecks! both diraeiignln and cheer us with join pres half of the northwest STOCKINGS
p1r gbaslly.iteadless opinion on .the subject. as to the quarter, the west quarter -
'f.' .. :; Hear ilchOppinp.: chopping, chopping.. baractcr of roads desired and practical ence. Am"nribe number 1 ol *rvet Mr. I A cream of tarter bafcisg powder. Httfiebt of the east half of the southeast quarter the southwest
and Mrs. Truby. Mr and Mrs. Frazee.Mr. Latent U. S Goner quarter ,of the southeast quarter.. the ,,
all in strength.-
the leavening
.As jfrnds keep dropping, dropping met hi ids of securing them, such as raising I' southeast quarter of the southwest quarter and -
and Mrs Johns. Mr. and Mrs. You rentFoodReport.
And are gathered up in gjintilih glee und liii* money and superintendence the west bad ot the southwest ,uarter of section
', necrfisaiy Kirn. Mrs. Mts Hackett. the ROYAL RiKnra POWDIK Co.. 108 Watt St. N.Y. Doubled Toed Heeled and Kn
Slcrnburg. of the
carried i>ffip sacks of rsiust ruction. It is not enough to pell- twenty two(: O; the nonheeat quarter <
Hisses McCormick Hull and Hackett and I northeast,the west hair of the northwest-quarter. ,
Tis thf az/ax. at ax; ax.tiorae ion the for better'roadlaws. -v >!-*
ax. : ax. ( legislature 3D. S'J the east half of the southeast quarter,the .
Wall. -
ol] cr man ii wielding Adisis ax. Some should tie' Mr. Tom (9 5-3 2 the
: -well-digested. plan tugjjwted. 9 ? ar I southeast quarter of the oouihwest, west
M -
1- -OcuU Uant'er. The legislators, the 'majority of The Aliases Annie and Rose Wulz. Ma .-, B ,, : half of the southwest quarter or section wenty-

) whom doubtless hare given the subject into Puddy..Belle Peters and. Celia Alden 3 three(2-3).all ot SecOo a.twenty-four (21); the WOOL DRESS GOD
lii&h.f half northeast ol the south
in of the tables. Mrs. north ,the quarter
: .;;A b'ilFlza&been introduced in the little thought cannot be expected to grasp Were charge | east quarter the wen half of the southeast
and Mrs. Ladd
AUbarra Mrs. It- with Intelligence unaided, while their AL Smith. Mrs. Styles 3 quarter and the southwest quarter of section -
legislature to, Week
;j: grant minds arc busily occupied with "multi- held sway over the supper hall. 31- = I twenty-five (25); the northeast quarter of the Christmas
Jefferwii Dnvl-* a pension of (500 a During the ereuirg Mrs. Dr. 1'.aId. in -4 northeast quarter,the northeast quarter of the
lade of other things. This crystallization ? | northwest quarter,the west half of the northwest
annually! during lief life. of ideas into practc :'form should be I her. inimitable manner (furnished great ; ._. = quarter the southeast quarter and-th AT REDUCED PRIc

lone in advnnce.-Portland Orogonian. amusement by introducing a Urge ch.tbes : | 3 -Pi. northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of
1nu basket full of nicely* done up packages e2- Fectiou tweuty-six OK; the southeast quarter of

Mr. .LIarzon'congratuIatcs The only way to grt good public roads all in different, shapes and fcize. which L.-s* A'x' 2. I Dr the northeast quarrer-the northwest quarter of TbeseGoodaMiistbvSd4
that"i here has been defalcati tie northeast quarter, the northwest quarter, -
no Is to fur them.- That is the Mad- :
-' pay way she offeTtl for s.tle at 5 cents each with: S 5 2i v the east half of the southeast quarter,the southwest
: lnn !lander him '"of sufficient son Bounty got her magnificent turnpike; the understan.iing that none could be -- -* 11 ? 5 ? quarter of the southeast quarter the south To Make Room for Spring : -

l. importance to excite public atteii that i< the way Jefferson is threading her opened until she had sold out She inveigled IIII P* 5 Z east quarter of the; southwest quarter and the
v west half of the southwest '(uarterof section 1
.. tcation." How extremely n-publi- territory with *pleudid highways; tint is the merchant Into thinking hu :'i H. twenty-seven (27); the northeast quarter of the c
he war tiny and every county which needed the fastidious :; r [ northeast the west half Df the north
can is the theory that if you arc nojt miliU nmds has gatto get about it. There bought with them/a view of having young an appropriate man- = "2. =. 15 j? 2. j| 3; J i ..Wlirfaljs" east quarter quarter, UM northwest quarter the southeast I All-Wool Henriettas, Cashmeres, Bedford Cord, the

t. caught! at it there is nothing important Is no other wny.-Birmingham- Age-llrr- Christinas'present for his .sweet- E = '0- mouth quarter half cf ot the the southwest southeast quarter quarter of and Rectiontwentyeieht the I d'Alnia. Linen Table Cloths, Napkins, Big

'enough to be repented of. aJd. bean, and little girls smiled innocently as z ri \ (Si); the east hall of the northeast
Those who dwell along them use them they deposited their nickles. The ladies H C2.r'i. vJ quartet,the north half of the northwest quarter Small, Shoes, -Umbrellas, etc.

Tliojlargest Artificial stone in the chiefly when built, ansi they should lie were more timid and but few invested.In 2- *ft _- *io 2 O eos the toe west northeast half quarter of the southeast of the southeast quarter qnsrter.and tee I -

4wor1dforms( the base of the Har- Charged with their construction and raainenanct a short lime she held up the last me. 0 5 S 5 =" -' southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of WINDOW SHADES-PATENT KOtE

;. Minnesota will bare to equip her which promptly brought 15 cents. No ::> section thirty-tbrKe (:tl); the southeast quarter
cT- tholdi Statue of Liberty on BetIloe's : kfmts of.the northeast quaiter.Uis west half of the
self wh] highways if she is to bare any. doubt the bidder thought ,that one surely 3a northeast quarter, the u-jrihwest quarter .

Island Ner York Jiarbor. Tliisimrneirte awl the sootier she gets at it the better it held the bidden treasure. Then the privIrge the nortUe-.sc quarter of. tint sourhmutt quarter. Latest Improve

stone was inadu from will lie for our prosperity and progress.St. .- *was given to open and view the "* ,= *< 2 the west half o! the youthirkAlqaarter end the

broken trap rock-Rand and American Paul Globe. prizes. To the amazement of nli. each north thirty-four half(of i4)the;the otxLhwett torch li.t-1.q'utrtrrot the wust section halt ol THE- MOST COMPLETE. LINE OF DRESS :

cement. Kive htlndred carloads of -- was found to contain a bolder. All confessed the southeast quarter and iLcsouihwe-t quarter GiEVZK

Sliut Them Out. they were useful'ami worth the o( ivecUon thirty-Uve (3" iu township four(4). -
wind bntl over 20,000 barrels of price and much more in the fun it created. south of ran ;e tweuiy-vne (ilttst; the east -
The subject cloning our gates to immigrants Qr half of the lortbwust sutrttr, the northwest .
cement vi-io used in making this The ladies further extend thanks
: oC the northwest quarter And the southwest
Histcr.. is now U-ing discussed far and to Capt amid Mrs. T. J. burrin. They quarter q'wrter of the s ut>iw<&t quarter of section Shown in this town before, ?uil at the lowest prIee-:

r near. FrecAicricaIs all well enough have always been unusually generous in one (I); thvs east half < f tbr u>>rt.>ea>t quarter Trimmings Fassmentaries and Silk Cords
north west ol the iiurtU Mt to-XatefcSf
the qtuirter > quaner.the !
WHen Ie Rtirrenderetl when it is not used to harbor undesirable throwing their doors for all'public
at Appomattoi open ea.l half of th: ti.>ii.hweu- rter, the north
; there were 1,034,064 federal 'oieigtiere. Our ditors have swung wide gathering, receptions mid certmom.ils.Ve .- ? west quarter o then itLwyyi iiuawr..the south A new line of Shawls just receiied. Alsa J
\ appreciate them May their reward east quarter the east half of tin souiA 'es' qujrterainl -
soldiers'' in service. There are now ipeu for a ct-ntury, but self preservation be those who "cast their bread Q tIeJtiVCt quarter o the s..trh.'es: a new lot of Woolen Skirts at < &,
as upon of section two the edL half of the
quarter (-);
bet\vjcn 000,000 and 1,000,000 on now deinan that they be closed It was upon the waters." uortheast quaiter, the nortunre t q-utrter. t-ie very low prices.

: the pension rolls, but some of them all weft enough for the founders of this Mrs. Charles Bailey will soon lea ire northeast quarter of the iittira.-
; nre poldiers of the Mexican and government to invite the oppressed of Lawtey for her former home lJtie&.N. Y. Wet q-jarter ballot the of stection southeast three quarter(3>:anti tbjMiurtbe-the southwest THEY MUST BE SOLadics' !

She has been secretary and treasurer of quarter the east half of the nor iiwest q Indian and of the claimant
'warn, some other countries to this one and to -each -r= 3 r.= S
2 the
the -Guild since' its organization and in 13 uortheu juarict o toutljnat quarter.
j/ are widow* and orphans; bui the hand of relief to them, but there has sorrow her resigna ion was recently accepted. the west haUol thusoiitlier.st nu.rier.nntl tliecortheiist _

;:? the jj reat majority are soldiers of been a change since those early days of .- She will leave a void in our quarter(4); iheea&t vf the half-uiiU.of't th tKectioufiur 4uts.rttruf northeast

the civil war. the Republic and today we are threatened hearts and ia society that cannot he fihleti.U Notice. quarter.th with anarchy and plague from a too free lis quarter tlir u>U.ew q-airter oi' ti.t-! north VA6SquorUT
sad to part e'en with the thought
entrance into ibis country. That we shall meet azain. VTOTtCE in Lereby pivrn Ihtt R. M. Williams. ,itt.-e.iai.lt.iT! vi tte SKiki>-is: quitter Specialty.
i It js .. Paid that RepresentativeIlaVtor's From three millions of virtuouf intclUutnt For thus fLU that we are taught 1> U.>ing busianui at Hampto'. Bradford of setiou Kiue (.9;; tli. 5)uthe4quarter of tie
Klorirta, the Kli Uy '.? December.A. uortheast quart- tlie w l luiltol Inc nurthe >iquitrui -
bill the and American : A. lesson With deep sorrow fraught county. on
to repeal sugar intensely patriotic people. Bow truly, fcik-nlly is wrought 1>. lM9i injt'.r a gen-riil as ixiunt of all his % the ca-i iiulf of tuo ucrtliwe quart vr. ZEPHYRS AT TOUR OWN
; lrnIniy. and impose a tariff on all animated by one national purpcs Affection's viewless chain." proiM-rtr tiif for the benefit of his creditors. the so'ithwef quarter uf t:>c iio.tc*es:quarter PEI( -

: and bound together by common sacrifices. 11. A. C.McEtree's I All pat-tit's re' idm?in the SU.tc*>f Florida liold- the n.te'I qtuintr t-f the foutb jst quarter.
; grades of of one-half cent aputUKl tbeivc-st talf ot the Koutiea.t ant tiisoutuuest
sugar sufferings suit glories "the population of I inciniuj.ig.ii.is. the-sjil K. M. \\VlUiams are qiuirter
will the trust hereby t-otiila I an f miuireU to ble sworn statements quarter of s.cii.ui tea U'.>; the cast
i--: squeeze sugar these Slates has increased to sixty-three of tile sv.iiuuiU me MitUiittv d yn.a' half of tii" ifuribeoiit qiMrter. OLe wet!Iaf of S
'lo'thje tune of $65OOOOO. The bill millions comprising an antagonistic.multitude. WINE OF CARDUI lor female diseases. required l>v ta\v. aii-l nil ir o- it'il.iingiairniwho the ioruwt-st quarter ami Uie ouh half of A nice line of Trimmed ud IJntrimmed- Hats- ;
section eleven (lit.ia torti-Oip five(>) south of newest
inside millions of whom the offscour reside without tit limits of Klon.la. are ,
i be of are
expected to passtif n Doing One's Part. uotitlt to fiew nt >t tu-mt-n'x of their sukl raLie rutyne (Zl) ea.-t.sod the aest half >l and cuts handsome Ribbons and Feathers
; and if it the trust out ings of the enrlli. These multiplying f claim within four i.iva.iu from the date 1i.no4 SeCUiIL stytti ( ) aud tie wes t Ivil; sZ vxtiimIi ; of eierjscription :
*: year squeeze bonles have rot only brought their ignorance. A witty and miserly gentleman who as require.l liy i tw. H. A. WiLuAi.'i.t.c. eighteen ( ). Hi town iip four (4). south ot to match. We also haie
of'tojistrncc the people will not com tuvny two CK> vas. conuiiuiu ten a
: $ viciousness poverty and anarchical accepted many invitations without returning S. ItfK. A-s.gut e.Xotrt' range
thousand two bniulreu and ninety six acrts anti -
; plain.1-Gainesville Leader. tendencies into our txmler. but bare iooculuted them, but who contributed forty-eight hu-jdre-itb-s o an acre <10, 9.4i\ line of Infants Silk Caps, which we are.

i millions of our native population greatly to the general entertainment by I)itig uid being Iu the couutien of Baker a-.d
; TU'e fitxt of the new \Yorld'n Fair with them. rlMary Jai e S.-TSHT nitl S S. Sa s-r. her tiraaioixl ia stud State of Hoi i>-a. *ud also &Uiliutie ARE SELLING
The time has his bright conversation, once defended JL husbaiitt; Il-iAV. rcw uiitl Vf. tt. \.'afi-< other certain tracts or parcels of land situate AT OQ$
half-Mollar souvenirs turned now come when this and in the of Bradford
.' was out Himself by saying: her hiisb.inK'la: Vosr ait-1 PC. \Vaiers. lyii K being county -.
stream of pauperism and vice must ,be her hu4b..u-1; JJr iAti-.. Ka iiia ( .i.era.t in the Maw of t'lorida and known and described -.- -
mint Phila- 1
United States but
; nt tIje at hut out of the Jnitcd.States: Tbe>in>>st "My friends give the dinners, Lizzie Griur, i.Uil ft lI! ftl.eis JIKr em: un the public jnajm and records of said state as For a Few Day; Only.
upon of the iat will ami tott-imeut oZ Sir.'JLGriner. iudf of tbe southeast quarter of Setttiou thirty-
coin}ng the remainder of the $5OOOO ,- immigiation into this country.. The aatedtlcnts If he was parsimonious in the matter decease, have nia<>e m>jjlnatw to Inc sox GO. in towu uip: four (i>, south of range Come and see them before buying elstiwhvri \Vc are ceit.uIj

; ( (. trill be continued, but will not the cliHrartrr and the means of of dinners he was generous with his best for au or-ier to kelt the fuUnwnitf ue.ci-ilw>l \veiity-one (21) east, and township the (s>. lisitjttl. _
{ lauds, Mttu lf ia tie cotiiiff .4 Uradfonl and siuuth of rouge twenty-one (21) east; the east !-
every man and H-nmnn. rho seek a home his most cheerful and entertaining
M .. be flushed, it is thought, until about in thoughts, State of Fluri'la. belong iiw to the estate of half of tots one ii). two t ).three(3) a-.d four Very
r .4- the' ( of the of the this country, should pass a rigid investigation. stories, fulfilling one social duty Sarah Oriuer dcese,fo.- the purpose of distribution (4) the eist half ot the northwest quarter and Respectfully,

tine opening cxpoKitiiJU by Americanagents or officials. although he neglected another. among the atx>iv named parties,Who the southwest quarter of section twelve (12) ansI tT & :
next May. The first coin before lie or she K-ts fool on an emigrant an legatei*v.n.ler the l.i-t will and trstauienc of in town-hip tour(4).south of range twentytwoiX .
liouud for United This social duty of giving in conversation aid Sarah (iriu-r.Mecense't. to w t! The outh- ) east; the whole of hecliunj twenty (3> sad
ship Stales.
the cf
MiUjfor large Mini $10,000. one's brightest and beet, of makinsr'an wed quarter .f seUi.ni twt-ntyour. and the iweuty-two(4J;; the southeast quarter and the
L -- ,;_- -- Metropolis. north half oi th? n nlieax quarter.-{ the iiorth- north half of the sou tt wise quarter of section FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RUFlorida
effort to be interesting,and being taSt Quarter t>i sccti-iti tvveiitv-six: and .the tweutv live (33); the north halt of the southeast
A petrified human body has beet BIACK-DRAUSHT- cheerful when it is cot possible to.be southeast quarter unit tie s> .
f tin nd in the "bad land*" of South SSf to*cures Constip.tion.The half of the iiorthca.-t q'Uj-ter of Kection tweuty- quarter of section twecty-six (2tt; the noith Trunk Line. Tampa Start bit
brilliant, is often se1sh1yneg1ecte&Life three; and theniTtMvest qimrterof tie northwest half-ihe. northeast quarter of .the southeast ;
DaKota. The body was found imbedded is an affair of mutual obligations. quarter of t* ;*i
in blue clay, and this leads Columbia Daily Calendar We have to thank most of our > t-uUt, rji. .e tuvnty-iwj south niL east. and the southwest quarter of section twenty- Direct connections to al points N4Ithsest uttt KorUicaoC,
containing iu till four iuiudred a : geologists! to assert that, it is at least remains the only valuable daily pad cnlemlar. friends for kindness and patience and acre*, more or l.-s the southeast quarter, the souU-.we quarter of -__tlai Cwrd la Effect N. in, 18 a.
The calendar for"03 is of the 1 bee theru'orc in and ulinoni the southeast the soalU a-t ofthe -
? ( old and twelve same and owe it to them are. notify quarter quarter 8OCTH.Xo.JNo.. VORTO.So. I I .t
100,000 mum encouragement, we
yeats and -
all persons intfrv-sio-l to c'zi* forward anti th&w southwest quarter the west half of the SOCTBXXX DIT1RIoN -.
'- tuieU recently discovered in Egvp general design as that of previous years, remember that of ten, unknown to us, cause, if any they have on Saturday, Decauibcr s-mttwest quarter of-eectiou utr-eight (38>. 1 8No.-4 -o.wco.-: wbaTuzIuI4MA- I

-- consisting of 366 leaves one for day in need of being made to forget 31st. 1S02, at iisyoriltie in"the court Iioiisn in the the whole of section twentj-uiue OW', the COM _ : : -
are thought to belong to a"pcrio every i L'they are town of fct-inic, tk.ll sutti and-t-ounty. at 1
dating as far back as 4,000 B. C in the year, anti a calendar for the some trouble or grief, or are in need of o'clock a. in.. <>r sni-i onlor of Kale will begrant.d. hatfi of the southwest quarter and the north i1spll 4a-LL-.caua-han..AT 2.143io 8 LT. ... ...-Le Inz.ta
; entire year. The day of the week, jome fresh cheering thought, and when provide- a cupy of i his notice ha pabhshed half of lot two CO (or northwest) quarter of the .Baldwin.-.Lr 14-pt1.1i.- ..
8-ljpI203pjAr. _
If could come to life again iii the Uradfurd southwest of section U north
hey > County Trletrnpii, e quarter thirty ( ), 1 4L&' 4
of the month! and of the a
what u tale could tell. year arc we give them our conversational best weekly iiewspaper put>li hed ii the towu of half! ; east half Ot southeast quarter southwest 84Etl1i ISaILv..3acksonvile..A 2)pf 530s,.! 2115h104 443On1II5iu
they given and on each k-nf is a short sermon we are doing what we can to supply that Starke, in saul county, once a week for four quaiter of southeast quarter southeast quarter I 9 pii 59i !Lr ..Baldwin. ....Lv t49p344p [ 54.ta APrsII -., Jt on the 'Gospel of outdoors. Health and consecutive weeks piVTkm-raid date. of south<*est quarter and we t holt of southwest UOlp ilOpLr.! .. .Starke.. ..Lvi2Zps45Isl I4.p Ar.TaIIlb*
y The Omaha Bee of Kansas Happiness with valuable hints WitneNi luv luiud un.l sa.d of the County quarter at-ction thirtv-one (31) and the whole t1a'1xAr..WaIdo..LvIZllp 4G&- 745a 4I' ArQaiM..ka
says ,' on practical need.Many persona who would not think of Judge tHt December(Kb lie.SiuVL of sections thirty-two(Si) anti thirty-three (!>3) 12 M& 223p Ar... .Hawthorne....L' 11 3"al 8&O3al2IpAr..Utra..L'1101a1241r4 COs1 45Op r.4tiver.fi 1 -
what we hope can never be said of road making. The leaves are so : [ ] Vsc.. F. 3Uu>Bras. and in township flve(j), south of rau-e twetitr- .. I
and thai arranged that there will be no stub left going any where with a bandaged head (>>unty Judge. I-10 (2) east. The whole vf section four (4), 331p Ar .SUrer -sLsit-tThJAr..FStI- : ,,
.Florida we are gjad _ ---q.
presem and each one can be referred to any time or a disagreeable cold or a disturbing uorth.half, northeast quarter of southeast quar 214sc! Art.* .. ....-.
t: indications do not that In the COunty Jud rei4* Court. UraJford C'ouutr. ter. west lalff s uthtrast quarter and southwest 330aj440p455a Ar.... .
point during the The is gloomy face a fit of the Springs..Lv..I -- : isasr.New Q'a.,
** year. pad upon a cough, carry a State of F1"rW3.. quarter of srctioji six (ii and thewh.e nf ; Ar.. [
Avaw. Here is the, Kansas "ad: metallic stand of ivory black arranged so blues or an ill tempered mood on a visitor Cr theJittlcf -vii.l C'i"irt.KxoivWiiR sections el:.;bt v<) and nIne (s j; and ahu all that : 545p 54'p .... -. .

4'i'kIre? are twenty well-built towns as to nst upon the desk at a convenient to a party, without thinking that probe j'iris licii..n. certain tu piece ur piircel or track of laud situate 51&ii SUp Ar.. ..Dade tlty. ...LT 7141oa3H I_;__'.
nnglo. The pad mutter which in time In the inattemf the suvjivsiitiu of iusolTvncy of rjta, and heinx in the county of Bradford a: la!.7 19p Ar.Flaiit dtj_..L-r 6 iOa S isT :....-. Oat Ar.._...StLT.
in haias without a single inhabilntj. there ia no excuse at all for their being the estiiro of 1 leiirv K. York.dtx-ea.-i!.ttc! regtte It enough to make n book isnl v\. T. \Tueks. linli3rrator?KoLl estate. knowu Hiid described on the pub'ic record ana I-----
waken the echoes ot their skeleton at the feast. They
to fresh and new. and is of more perliueat a IVHEKiSx--. T Wwk a.liuinistm'.or off .uiAps of s.ii-1 XIA'* ax the \vauld o1s-cti.in, I 3 tb144p Lv..Wildwood.. ...ArAr..JLeesbnrg.r 9 $ 135ea
F m-rerted: streets Saratoga has a value than that of previous calendar.) their hosts and hostesses by making it > tIp st -tf oi 1 leurj t.Yot-k.late of Braili twettty-one(21),in tbwitoh p Jour (1) south of 54tm U3Qp54aI -'
any font county SnM>ft Kn.jl.i, litvetsed, tt.is t'uis r'uze twei.ty-two (2:)e ist. coutaiuint wx huusre -
not Ar..... Tsvazes.A
evident that having good 54 _
they are a 9IOpISIgil
:T $3,000; opera, house, a largo brick The calendar is issued by the Pope M 1g. day fietl i>i lay ufiico w t>u gt>.tiou. oi the iusclv.enev >t and thirtv-uiae a.n-j sixteen oue-huudrcdthit j S3tpAr..Apopka p .Ar 72SaTUOt C$5pU r i5

I. hujel 20,000 school house and a Co., of Boston. New York, and Chicago. time, and they have a depressing effect o"saM jesnte.Ttiffio (Cil.lU) uc-re-aii.l als.>&ll those certain tracts or tkil 7 lOp Ar._ ..OrUaOo..... Ar S
art then-fore 'ouotlfy .nd diu..nsh parcels: of la 'it jjituate. lying aiid beis g ia the -s
else. Youth's .
uulntarrof -- 'on every one Companion. .. .. Ar..Winter rark..LT .t 23p 9 e1,
fine" business houses, yet What Florida Tobacco Is. alt v*:i'>cs IK Uint cUini .tSiiii-st said estate U coiiuty of Xiliyiil-nit Stale <>f l'lorlland .......Ar* ....Orieao.v ...LT .. ...4 13Cp. Lv Ment1-L.1"1ISst .. -
is claim file l he same hi mvuiftce. duly uutiu-iitktt'ul. ont known and described .ti the public pints of said
thyre- nobody even to a Hardly an improvement. r i.'t11IC S9thd-tv. f Jaukio. A.'ft.whiClsLy 188, .n county as the south half of tb 'uuiwestquar--. -1 I Ittln'p- -
John M. Esteo. Wisconsin, who iaa 2COpiLT.. ...Wal lo_ ,.. ...... .1n.12s.im .
pjjjco to sleep. At Fargo, zi $20,000 An energetic German professor tlirv wil! 1*a pro rutn il-8ttil ution vf t-r of iectioii twenty-fivo t2'iq lowUship four I Z Kp.Ar;...Gainesville..L 111- ,.... -
KfUiO4il 4iouse stands the side of noted grower and special tobacco agent was the assets bi'.ii iiL;to bait t"swtii-, among the I (0.south of r.a.Mn, tweut t' 0. (22) east coutaJuins i 33sptr..Archer.t.illOiai....... I 0t Lv.... '4s .. _
I en a'hill conducting a musical creditors of the* eighty JSO 'I
for the WorldV society. They uiie.YiUHsa ( > acres more or less together ... ipLr..CedarKeys..Lvt I2 lip ....
Fair Columbian i.WM
a"tuotwment of the Exposition \ niy ltdnd an! scat of o.urt tiiU the 23ili with all ana :s.ugular the buildings iiuprorelueuU.
bond-voting were studying -Mendelssohn's "Elijah"sad Lei .- rctr Sunda&I 3:49 j 4.30$ Ar
T daily except p.m. _
writes "Florida ycfJuiy), A 0..1V.t. Woods, ways rights liberties privileges,
.-. vr.irp, A herder and his family ; produces as pond had reached the chorus, "Hear us, [3EAL1VMF.XUirarps, heretlitanients and aiiiir.eu.iiIce- the same for Willistou, Early Bird and Kapte)HiiM;WaveiE.isrle' Ptinmtnaa4i '
cigar leaf as 4a gron anywhere else onearth. 1SB in :Mitxm daily except tfuad r.at 43.> a.Bi.ttor .
hear Ju.y D. Quiintyjuitge. belonging auywiaa aupvrtainiug.and the *
a1- tuMtlutethe fole of mighty godP The mei'svoices
< ( ;
population Fi<*ru a bus a monopoly of the reversion a-d reversious, rvinai der and- n>- Art-hrr and totermeJiate poinu. I I ITruia Jscbou'We aad Kewdaily.
Ipti was on.ee an incorporated cit v." typo| of tolmcro'it produce It is distinctively were booming out sonorously Notice for Publication.! inrJnUvrs rents, L--sit8 and prollts thereof; and leaves Oriedo and wlntt-r Park dailrjexcei 5fr.k -
when the conductor cried out other property&i:date in the couutiex of linker Sunday, at figures showo.Lisa..s:
-eala Banner.fllie a product of the Florida belt, which : "No-de .-La.D })Ic .T ..iFia... f nu! C'.ay Iu the State o Fl<*rKU particularly de- O l-do aLso daily, at 8:30 a. m.- Winter Park at FEKSAM>INA
can no more be transferred to other lorali- dreadful vowelt Don't say B-a-l-e; -. December 1Kb. iNtSt \ st.ribMl and set fH'iU m't shemoitgage beiviu 8:31 a. nt. orriTiaff Orlando at 9:00 a.m.: V rt ,Qt4o_ -:- .fs

? Ocala Banner : "It is now lieS than can the climate. often a leetle give de more musical NOTICE i k iM-n-lijr t-Jvwi-thut tbn roHouiiu; f.'re..ts.tt au.1 the said Jrcrtv of forevkwure iutliU Orlando daily at 50 p.a'..arriving Winter Park; I -
says at 5g OviedO,$:00 4ool
m. m.
settler tt1iI.d iMifk-e >f ti-t int -n- cavse.Terms ca-li. p. ; p. I SsfUpllI
st:' sIbl e to state the exact stand int, sound, BaL" Whereupon the chorus Lion- to make fii j.r >.-i i., Miptu -f !a->claim.ami SYDNEY F. H4NFOSD, ar.74lf.I- .
etlKtFS WE OF C* Dm for Weak N.,,, 70k90Ui 4OLv.Oca1a (,Soao.ArliOSOa.t| 63Op
the strain that rl! Cia 8 MI-V'C c."oreV TW lla
of the electoral! college. Mr. Cleve- took up again, "Hear us, pro. >o Special >ter. 5OvjA.flunediou..Lw( 553aE 43p : ,
ffk! CJcrk of the Cirvui: turt nt Starke.Kla. *
laiid )hi: 278 vote*, Mr. Harrison 138 Bawl; hear us,BawlP-but they quickly ..Ou January *tth! 1S3.!. v"*: Auiru-tiiH DnvoT L Uoiiiiiisloiiers' Sale,. 10 lOOOilOSOa)a 5 590pjAr.lOp Ar......Ueruando iDTeriKr....Jv1 Lvi 7 4b 2011p'i' rout*leare J.cksasiJW 1
A who killed Charlie
negro Bigg realized the peculiar fitness of the sentiment Proviileaw. Fa! Ii.i..1:1turtho $3 of"S
: nod: (General Weaver 28.- Mr. Clevelui SeciS.Tp6SRiL BY VIRTUE of an order made by the Hon.Wnt. 6 351'I.tr.. .Homo t >...LT lQa1lI OZ excep4 toaday ;Cooatcte *
in Jacksonville! last and broke down in .
rH both) i 112vrr April was being laughter,to the lie name.th-j 'ollowii' Tv.'tnessto! prove h's Y.NaIy4unc'oontyJudgeinnudfur PttngMUiesa.Cumlmliiit
majority over ; tried a fews days and the great amazement of 'the little German, coutiau- miiraiac band
ago Art 25a1
<> Harrison alone 140. The bee 3Jth, IKri. appointing me the authorized a; 9 10pAr, Tarpon Springs. 7 SOIp
votesgu'cn said lan : Metropolis said bis neck was j indanger. who never taw the joke,but who turned AdainJouetC Willie ) ileiU'in.in K >h rtI\it I Comu'uin.t.wer to gell the lollowuig real estste 8 24* M**l., ..tr. Snthertand....Ar ($a 4p!Chattanoojr maUO a eoniMCtoa dfeday

Mr. Cleveland by the states \Ve think the reluctantly to the old pronunciation. ter, Adeti Foster, all of Providence. F.s situates iu the county of Bradford.State of Florilo. 847a; 94MpAr.earwstef..Ara45a12tp & trateLa kaiaJ IIniakr !
: Inch the Metropolis belongio; to the estate of W. B. Whttehead. 1eh' tr..St Fetersturg.Lv 5OeJ S
v JUelonged to Confederacy ALEX j..hrNcti,,itejii.trr- Lub.ri5n4 ljj lit
r London Tit-Bits. *
i* mistaken-the mgro will be acquitted decviM.-d, as follows: Tbe X E Vi of SEX of XT&zid 8 daily:land 4dibieepi 8U"4JI7.. Ter1n Si p se,VdW TPuflmaa
: -iiiiiuiber :.112-exactly hi* majority have a mistrial or Notice; for Publication. See5.aadSEJ.Sl J &e2sndWotSEoZSE4of8ce54o1Tp4SofR21E.an4 Trains on O. B. and 8.$.,O,& Q.dair.except' 5I5eTilltIIL JJAtlanta.

r o\Vr liolh oompetilorn. This means go crazy, Ko Harks of Any Kind. Sunday. ,1 .(1nctnzit1aa
and" will as usual be defeated. LASD Orncc AT fiAiXEsviu.e Ft.v. SAVX'of' 8WJ4 of Sec80, Tp4. Sot R231S.con'aiuing _
; of i-ourse, that in the states whicld'ui In a severe thunderstorm in June, I Itecember 9th, 1S92. { in all one boudred and forty aorta, JAcso4v11LE-NAsavu4 Utr.So -. *
.- -St. Francis Facts. two old i' barely give that tie 'oUvw- mow or Ie8 ;- -
ladies killed (
1888. were by lightning 2Xo, -
$ the
not.belong to NOTICE
Confederacy 'Hie St. Francis Fact itself settler has filed D Hit-u of has intention Aow. by virtue of Raid order.-I"will sell the :

Mr. Cleveland gets exactly half the'' prides in a small town on Cape Coda to make B'
voles-166-and that bin in OIL publishing facb, and in the above child of ten months was also killed in claiiq;and that said proof will be ma'le be'ore the said court house of Bradford door in the town of Srarke. hi majority IU-iaU-r: and Hecviver at CJaiuoviikFU... on L county between the legal hours ... . ...
it is 445i4 420ci LoaTe. -.M ,
extract far the storm ; c i 4 *
probably not same and strange to relate > *
a those Mates over Mr.- Harrison is the wrong. Ft-bruarr llth. IKK), v's.- James T. Mathews. of of sale on the first Monday of January A. I>. sanp S-VaiLeev. ........:...... ........--.tia t "- tLeiTe. -- *.... ..
-. number Life m Florida is held too cheap ami neither of them showed any external Lake Butlr. FU.. HI. $i2, bribe N ) of S W .mo2tth 1833. the mill* being the second day of said 1835: 2 >p ... .,.,.-..'.,...-nl1., ......Cbattaooo a.., i rj *. j \
Bailie as the f votes gained the murderer too often marks of injury.-Exchange.IIapj SceiTp5.SRL3E. and a l jc-il sale-Oav. &.id real estate 623a 7 Op goes nnwhipt He iiaiura the fullwii>g witoc-c to prove his sold for distribution amon the heirs au t pay
;- Vy (J neral Weaver-28, Mr. Cleveland of Until theie coiiltiiuou-i residence upon aid culiivatiou of meut cf eipen-e -AitmlnLairaUon, Tereu Daily through Pullman sleeper Jacksonville to 4chTi1JS ne$ .f aASOIE &
-- ] would have been' elected if the justice. is a change Sii-l land viz:' cash,purchasers paj tag for titles -On and after kee. tth. 0e rpect /o bae a Th10e951.Qrr-1- _
about in Iiom" l he untie still T. WILLS. out of Jaektovillt that from tie BoutS ttUt Mss> _
brought the execution of y s can 1-Iniaauel Andrewn,of Lake Butler.FU.;AhnttnHaiiHex. JAMKS ottrpotrwu -
: vtld Confederate States had
noi'oted its laws the of Lake Butler,Flo.: Alfred J. JIcKinney. IVc. I. 1892. Couimissiowr.Notire -DOUBLE DAILY CONNECTION.WLThATLANT4WXThL
: the election however state will continue to happier, providing you procure a of Xew.River, Fi4 .; Colonel-A. Johns,of
Ticket Office.M W.- BySs. Hoan.. fso$ofHo
guing : corner Depat
k to the.House.*' suffer on account of its. long list of New Home sewing. machine before New Kiver. Fla. ALEX. LY.VCH, mr Pnlilicntion.IU.K. -S.S.PEXS1SGT H.BtORGIA ..

crimes unpunished. And just go the holidays. XV e still have a few. Kejister, LAtD- Vpe-r vrhi FLA.l -
: :It: S t understood that the democratic long a* th3 courts -continue power Truby! Sternburj & Co. -S meeting I. O. O.every 1'.-Tuesday neguar! K- hereby Rivn Kiut t. at r ttw 13th foltowiiigjLT DOiVTOTTCE s um -AiriIoRIBA
less aaruttl setter has filed notice of LI' inteution
t to punish crime lynch law I ng'tt iu their hall. Tnm
national oominittcti has may
con. Holiday goods in great variety to make final pnmf in Ki-jjport of his ctaiu-.
Feicetl a novel plan recognize the be. expected ,tb prevail. A radical I meat brothers. J;(JGIJJVN.O.eorlUJ iinrite.1. and that said pi out will bn nm-M before Clei k of Suwanee River Route' to
at to. suit the
prites times tbe Circuit Court
in at Green Cove Spiiiiy FU.en
.: 1 tryiet'srir leading worker who are change the execution of the laws at Truby -Sternburs & (Vs. F..1. FiELDs,See. January 10th. IKK riz Jba ll.tir. of Athens Tlaae.Table la KJTti* y *.
-jottaiv of the laml is needed.-Leesburg Flu.31ti' fss' the S3 of S W V and RK of .
tlemanding recognition, and Bead

."which ma)*- serve to.cjuiet the mitorUuutiv Commercial A few elegant silk umbrellas suit Bradford. Lodge, No .42, F *Ar.'M- SSncS.TT8.R2iI.lie Lames the folliwiug wkiies.-4eit to prove his _, dowu1 .., ,... -. - --, -A
? ?- Meet Thursday nigh* be fore. the third conti'iuoa. rtul-lent-e nJoi. anti cuTUvatktH of. --1 I1Op1Live.- .CTr..i.v< ..sfi ojkJB.i, ..i *. :
able. for Christinas ...' ..... .. .. ... .
of office-seekejg .The presents at ; suiy In fluiuth5 raid land,viz G. B. Foots A. B.Tovriiscud. l 'r'4" in r.Urntrf im_ ., .,;* -
? ,B.. C, Tnliaferro of Washington City, .s- .(i F. 3LtLPflURS.W.31:1 31.Priest, : HoMer. all of Albert. haL 1 aa *4pla| ..,.,,.. .,.,,... .,......Bnn>toiiv............i.-...
.minittee-jis; concluded ta ..haveal the depat Intent expert who has been Truby, Sternhtir<* & Vs. '4"\ J. I Yiatowr.See.- I Kov IS Joseph ALEX.LTNCH.VLJkk kegicter. 900ulasoa 35p.LeaTe.. .__; ..... .. ,. ,...,,.." lAkeCl'y...,... ,.. ;*; s
orit* OOOOO'' broc medal the slate for mouth in L j033pLeavw! ... .,........... ;.. Valdcwa. ...'.....,....... ,,.
: > re CA st.Ion ascertaining facts Fireworks at Walter Wills*. Notice: to Debtors and Creditors 1241pl2l5I4LsSTC.{ ...*.... ..:. -;.?!.... ..TiftooT M- ... -f :

one'nde will appear portrait Trgurding the phosphate industries of.Flor SlOP 147Leave: .... .............. .. *.Onctlde. *** *' .*.. ..
ida. U hereby given that all ..,.,.... ... .. ... .
sypdn lathe city. ilr. Taliaferro -NOTICE pemons Ia. 4SOp saoai'LeeTe. .v..n.. .-.SUcon.. ,... .
:of Cleveland.-<| un the other the has tr Tried from on- end of. Florida .GROCER!ES.-Every. liratn; to the estate of- Loui'e Charlote ............. ........ .. ..

profile of Stevenson. On the outer another and finds that a depression-in.the to for the lioliilay can b found atTruby OLtnui&muj.county. F5orjil deea-1.*. iH pay late the of-arae Lawiey.Jiradfnrd ta thien!er- T e Sowerflasn Sleepteffeani on niglit train*between P&tk&IIJWWIa.' Cto < I

--- : :; 'circ1oLthmeds1 -\\ill) lie, inscribed, industry exists in' many places, but pre. Stunihiirg & CoV skgnii without delay, arl-all persona haviug Meondcbsnc..Tb for alt points Went.North and Northwest. Slit wish-Vewib ea LJ .
ctiinx Boi-1 Sew York,mind all sleeping car HIM te Ylrrmia.the CknUua. ad th IMk. ,
agiUbst evUte must eieut them.
'* dicta letival of ;
-t Htfrrwognitioii of Kemce :of 1892. an x-arlj .the recent pro*, HUSBANDS duly autoeutieat > jeara,. ir this takes n7stIupplIsmbnecds..Ifb.inc wise resILn Pullman Buffet S1rritb Car*brtTveaJackMMiiDlQaod IaMtTaie.v -'" "

: WJiencver ,an application for office i peruus era.-Metropolis.- what would make a notice wili. be plea-.l in oar of their reencor:., oH For further information. rexudtuic razes- .ickedufaM etc.k.ppil toe -
4 more suitable present for.your wives O.'A Dsos.ia .utetsjtor. jxcY: w.JH 4 Iff O, : 5-:; j f 5sc.

4 ''is sent into the committee .one ofrncdalot .Oar:holiday,goods tnnst be- sold. than a fine Kew- Home') sewing -- rry'sSeds TTwedB.ysLzacbusTh.i-" : -
I itbse 'honors will- be ws ; machine Notice to Debtors and Creditors A,_C. KNAPP TraMcxanarMacoeucoix : ; '
We have; concluded to'4rarryf over ?- \Yo still have few. erry'ssea4A.mruis3I.resuatus
bo kThw is Truby; -'V OrICE b Wr by given that."persons into nil S .
I thS1MI&M
applicant. in this line hence all fc 1'- ; -
nothing ; prices Sterntrarg Co. dehied UM estate of QeJea M. & wsha w, bi&ios about Ose E5-L -- '
4 4 ? tIe" 'mosts original; -method ever will be .made with this end 'in view. deceased Iateof Lawtey. BradforU, county. 1$ o STE AR'I).. -' -.
r S -
t iret ..by far.y po1LtcaVartv; to Call before the .assortment is Candiea. nuts and-everything gvxxl FlorUla. will deU.v.pay and.the:all Mune persons to the-bavins vndrrwgmdwiibniu cfciuiisaKaoiot -altbartty.Zvey bav.a. s fresosri,I, *4k -,

mQflity of offii-teekerai who for Christinas, at Trubv Steriib&Cos. said estate must present thejn. ttityauUieuticate 4
'. cvi ;rln3 broken:. -'fruy. St mburg A Co, ,- F l,within two yesi. or;this noticewiUbepleadJabaroftbeir'rcoTerr. S i' -
becomV :tronbe-! '
. -7 ; ronic for W ;JBDR aamuawJa. StarAe :Thwc'w'wii.. ';
; Or CWI MBW i
; Tabt
,-. .. .t Ripana eSnxve the bowels* :23th-mo, -- ,Administrator,. :: uij8tf -5- '55- a ipaTabu

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c said Ute troa tt .
Next'SunldaL J'f' .
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( ,- ."No,he doesn't r cried the makLMr. <.:'; '. ':, ,:. : .:,: ,...'_':; "' .f; 1.. OUR A", ;: .: r 7--_._:"'' "
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"ily :v. Jjf: '= : : ,: .,Elmer.Alvaiez is clerking for V V. V : "
dR T"E"2 "o' DAYSt 'is visitingtMr. her talherX. V \ ;: ? > -
TAtSweat V ? .. New \ Stock
of Nice
:', ,' ; ." ... \ii- : .,.1 :, L.:D., "Wall. V ,. %S .' .'. .. : : ThIg41

1. Miss; Alice Meacham. is visiting: Sonth'Caro- .: .
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\Walker of
Rev. -
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relatives in :Fernandiua.It's iK" V
fuMiablo lina, is on a visit .to his sister Nit ., \ :i. 1'IIE4; <;' .
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; V Lie : tho : ..: ; V '-V .. ,
Marshal Alvarez and Mayor Wil.8. will leraain daring ,.': > V r V

/ ::1 Sweat..-'Good morning! holidays.- _ CHOICEST STOCK OF CH"ISTMAS-P: SE"Ii'" "

.. '; .Mr.J lills Adams is behind the. School 'entertainment at the Institute :

Yd,wide Bedford'Cord.'in.fdst(color8lOc 'yd.. '. : counter;at'T. A.Knightor{.' to-night., This windS .up'school. "'. -' V

'Sateens colors ., .. until after week's In. Town. t
36'"inch rictoria fast ;; >8e-yd holidays.All e > ",.
There are more strangers in town.
Hamilton Wool Cashmeres, 3-4 wIde' :We yd.. :.,,: how than at any time: lastwinter.Mr. the county V officers' .have LVIONES PRICES TO ;SUIT 'EVEYf '

Fancy JSergesi; incheswide: J5c. received their 'commissions and 'are "

Wool Chelro it-4.wide 15&: Hugh Williams .of 'Waldo), ready to take the oath 'of office on

1-2' '* het'i'ons,38, inches wide 35 was in.the city Tuesday on business.. the first day of January.Miss Come Ear1'Y; V N
All-Wool Changeable ,"
Beautiful AfyWool Plaids for.children's. dresses, 20, 25 andc. Our arding houses and hotels :Mollie '.Finc J. O. Alvarez's 25 Years Behind the Counter. "
are' winter handsome milliner. Is a fair of : II
rapidly! filling up with specimen
guests. what Florida's climate can' do for one's \ : 1 ; r :
Wool Cashmere and ,Henrietta 25 35 and 50c. V health. ,Wheu Mires Finch came to Slarke. -V STARKg\ DRUG I .;1"" ft3'PANL
38-inch \ J II ; : ; J I : i \ \ 1\\ J ..:
two mouths she iu I
40-inch-Tricos 50c. Mr. Osterwise, of Greensbnrg, Pa., about ago, was very ,, ; : J
ill-Wool Jelicate her friends t
: -
health even advising V V
Mr.Tisou's for the
40-inch A -Wo.l Brocaded Henrietta,. 75c. :is winter.stopping at '. she'wus her nut to determined leave her home to iu Florida Virginia'for; but Shoes, Clothing, Ladies' Hats, (Next' to Post iue .)
try cue : ,
40-inch.AllWooll Satin Striped Bedford Cord,:7c. winter. The result is a gain of over two ---'V : V
Trimmed and Untrimmed
Hon. Syd Carter, of Gainesville; week. Miss FiuclTis charmed
colors pounds a ,
Henriettas' in
40-inch All-Wool. 60c. was in the city this week. on .legal. with Slarke and hopes to make this her

42-inch All-Wool All-Wool Henriettas Her tiettaS;, $1'75c :. .. b slnes8. V home. Thomson. e-fining Corsets. TEUBTP STERNMRfi &. '(CO,/

SQ-inch Judge'T mblin'has the.thanks of The New Town Officers.The .

4(-inch Silk Warp Henriettas $1.35.. : the TELEGRAPH 'for a' rack 'full. of following are the town officers DRY-GOODS! -. .A .1

BeautifulAlUWool' Creponnes, ,40ineh,90c. fine.sweet potatoes. elected December 17lb, for the year 1893:, -

Changeable 'Sublimes, ,40-inch, $1.25 .. v V 'Mayor-T.:'W;: Sweat. V Wholesale and Retail Dealers in :
Miss Kelley has had her cottage Alt.lcrmeu-J. W. Hodges. A. E. loiLl. DRY GOODS! ,
52.inch All-Wool. Assabet Flannels. 75c. recovered and painted. It has much G. E. Piice V V .

Gros Grain, faille Surrah, and China Silks, from 45c to improved in appearance. Assessor A. A. Johns. ;:
'frt"II\lrer-N. J). Wainright. General Merchandise .
\\1.25. There are a great many Christmas Clerk-It R. Joiner. N. J. Jones' big V ., "
Beautiful Changeable Faffettas, $1 and $1.25. goods in town this week and the ll\rshILI-J. W. Alvmez. V
The folinwing were 'the inspectors of
ALSO : merchants are selling them. election: M. A. Knight- WmE Sr., A. L vonKlrii. J. E. Wainright .. .
Plushes, Felts and Fancy Articles. Silk and'Metal. Beautiful Satin Work has commenced on the city clerk. Staple anti Fancy >.

lashmere better than China Silk, SUe) yard. park. Stumps are being taken out' Groceries con'celTabie :,
Standard, Brandu Ginghams."80. ana other work is being clone The Camp at Sampson. ing of ,everythingthat V Any article.. :-wt':, .: <

Lnsl.Thursday the wiher and two others ,
Lightweight Ginghams, 7c Mrs.'E. W. iirrouglis and daughters Any kind of Provender 'V ;'
A full line of Prints and 1 Domestics the lowest prices : Misses Kate and Nona, are visiting -. paid a_visit to the camp at Sampsonlake his customers Feed Hay 3. 1J.

Best line of Towels and Table Linens e've'r offered here relatives in Leon county.Mr. which was the abode of the surveyors for Live Stock. 4J"-
and and other officials of the railroad.:
Ladies Cloaks and Wraps, Boys' Clothing. new
Best'and cheapest linn of Ladies' Undervests in the city. C. Grantham Waukee-, To begin with it was a perfect Florida want. Useless .to Dry Goods Millinery J

The largest line of Hositry in all the Standard brands and fast colorser nah, is spending some time with his December day; then the roads were In ; .

exhibited here.. sister, Mrs. W. Wi': McDonald- prime condition;, Itlui i the ride was thor tell what. allhe .,"

A beautiful line of Corsets, viz: The celebrated .Watch Spring Mine.OV'K tim oughly enjoyed by all. We passed a you 01 And Furnishing Goods. all styles;sizer and:price*'
It is that
city th.ng'
expected new
and French Woven, and Dr. NVarner's Health, also several brands great many line orange groves. At the 0. Call and '
council will keep the town in as Ben Kite place they were packing or- ''sells all satisfy yourself.' I" '

cap Corsets. clean a condition as the last council anges; at the Wynn place. and! also al the you 'For Farmers., BuIlders Phosphate 'Miner ,':aid'''
The roost beautiful Shoe can be seen for a' limited period. did. Jim Kite place they were just gathering H.d *

Great reduction, prices of Men's Hats. A large' assortment. _of Chil-. and the beautiful golden fruit lay in piUs know. When this ware, also 'Stoics'Ranges. Cooking Uten'll. etc.kjuds .

en's Hats.and Capi Thiee persons were carried from under the trees.Vju were helpt-d very .
literally t-i the fruit by Mr Jack Wyuu.On 'V :'fo suit 'taate and pniket. .&lso"afl
Starke to the Monday, ny any V
insane asylum
We invite you,to rail. Can show yon more than we can tell. arriving al the lake we were iu sightof F urnture
two of whom were, while; and one the C1tn4'. and! a drive along the hard enterprising mer- of other House Furnishing'Good*:
colored. beach soon brought us to the spot. There .
T.: A. -KNIGHT V weie two large tents. The beds and bedding -.
Misses Clara Darby and Emma were receiving airing. A savoiy chant justly says'his' 2

Truby and Orrin and Orville Husband odor reached us from a kettle oyer the + ;
or.Calf and 'Walnut Streets, Starke,. Ia. will-spend Christmas at' home fire and Mr. Johnson informed, us that it ; .
V was turtle. The gentlemen then invitedus is the
this .
I year.'l'he to go down the canal and visit the turtle -
Valuable railroad ticket found, hooks. We were taken in a row boat *
R/DFORD.COUHTY TELEGRAPH.jtarke which the owner >can have by proving" sound ,of the hammer and from Sampso-j lake through the canal out \ DRUG -STORE. U. D. MINERr w !

.. property and 'rpayin r charges.A3dres saw is ofbuilding heard in the and land.repairing A.greaideal is place into Howell altogether.luke -a- very romantic looking LEADING DRY. .GOODS HOUSE* &!& 'iV:4

Fla.,. Dec 23, '892. Box 63, Lawtey; Fla. We then inspected the tents sniffed .
Dec. 9 1892. 5t going on. : .i: ; --::::: '
longingly at. the kettle, and were told In- this at&
various details about the life untilwe Watchmaker ,
V camp
Thenew city council and town
Local affairS. were almost willing to try it ourselves.We ,
officers were sworn in Monday night, left. after receiving an urgent call to
Wliybay inferior flour when yon.rfgetSwe and on Tuesday night. they held revisit the camp at LaCrosse. place, he backs up. ::

?t Home at the, same their first meeting. SCIUBBLER. Jewel { ,

ice at' lletbeVger &; Richard.Fheb Mr..and Mrs.JMauldin, of E\sley, Try BLACX-'PBAl'GHT,- tea for Dyspepsia.. his assertion with [ '. V :; 4

I pounds fine candies S. C., are stop'p'iig'[) at11'1.. \V ills' ..-- ,' .' .
Minnesota People in Starke. -; i'S.f Stare -
il'ceived at'Walter-\Villtl'. for the winter. .They are much PI...
I tv; We are pleased to welcome in our several good and L. :'GASKINS at'I
'. Starke. ,
| All"kinds of l ulinjfdonc"urompt.'u pleased midst quite, n number 'of visitors from ,

J. W. Alvarez. & Co.'s stables. TheS.T,. 1. A. will. not hold another Mndclia, Minn., who are here to spend a ,substantial DBALEU IN, '

(Send- ,- Jacksonville,cousign'ints meeting until the' firt.Monday few months, shielding; themselves from a rea! Drugs. & Medicines Largest Assortment of, *

to your tho Florida Producer' in January, at which time they will rigid Northern. clirae iu our land'of' sun. Starke, Flat +

d Consumers' Exchange.. tf 4s meet,at Miss'Ec3J'ang'N., shine and flowers. sons. Physicians' Prescriptions- Watches, Clocks and i

Air. A. J. Frombacband, family who dtrefully Compounded al ,a.Jurun-c? v lit *
Mr. Win. Alvarez fine '
brought a VV
[Have you tried Set.llomeflonr? spent last winter he're. cum in the advance 1HI i'IJ Jewelry .,
e &alet are increasing every day. load of twenty-one turkeys to market then came Mrs.,J A. Clark anti First of all, hezas.. 'served V :

ifbet trade tieep-it. For sale'by HITTING THE BTJLLSEYE on Tuesday, one of- which' two dau hlers. Mrs. C. S.' Mitchell, si'nunddaughter V G. W. Young .1.J

; ,* Heiberger & Richard. lithe sign of a good mar small'-hllt weighed twenty }'Oll ld ., Abbott..Mrs. .W.Mrs.A.Jenniu Slmver.4AIrs.Mitchell Cheney.Mia behind the dry'.goods counter Special 1 attention Ifv ri5to.'tiser.. : :, v 4

.1'Webb for n.rdll ucill'll 1 it pays far 1ieterto. strike a bargain The Presbyterian Sunday school }Ir. Sylvester Bisbcc and family. Mrs. J. BLACKSMITHAJfD pairing 'of Clocks .and 'WatcBesv. -'*-

1'11jil ''Flond : r u erK'o lTitiIi:1o: strike a target.-. will have their Christmas .tree next Miiiii.U. Stewart, and Mr.dud S.daughter R. Cone;.also'Mr.of ,Munkato J..L., for 25 years, and t is concededto GENERAL Good,.work :done reasonable ratetC, UV. if,t:1
tera Exchange .tf Always aim to hit the bullseye l :. Monday night at the church. There '
: Fisher of Rock Rapids Iowa, a friend of ; : "I't' :
: Better -
still .
V to buy at low prices; .
; e.linof books for CIiristinaMJirg'an i Make, the rule where the figures are high will be some good ml1 ic.. the above named pmlics. Mr. Chi Jc. Mr. be' the keenest buyez that FOR. S.T ., :
To shun all }
costly devices. Mitchell and Mr. Fisher will j )I ib their .
Bros. I"J Mr., Tom.Vall, of .Jacksonville, WOODWORKER .The foIIow1ndeicrIbe4 ;ipropeTtjfrte! : <
In our. stock, high quality'rnns families here in February and will remain % ,
- |b printing of all kinds at'the !neck and Deck with low price It's with his,brother and Mr. Win. Dilla- to accompany them home later on. : We goes to the Azarket.V rated within; ,. !.corpntaie: 'limits. .Itw

UIU.PII.office. & of tho castle of laberry, of Middleburg, spent sometime note with what pleasure these .ladies'traverse Is located at the old I In simp. w'lte"Ite Iowa. 'of 8trkeoeredoruIe; .
V vision /
V economy; this.week. our blrccl!. viewing the evergreens, is prepared to make or repair ull kinds of ,TwO'Miesot'Laud
lihsttna*; tree candles and hold- enter our. store, where' you can pickup in our. the golden fruits and flowers which ate Second. His long experience iron tin or' wood-work., lie will matte : t.-4

: a Morgan l3r ,. bargains liko apples Iii an .or 'New hn gie llIew hacks, new harness seen on nil sides and we are pleased to : you ,a wagon ,or repair your coffeepot; well feuc dupnnwbich': Ua-good. tr llpilinted :c;
chard.. Make a bullseye' white the and. : horses at.Vebh's U-aru hit they have abundant evidence make you a plow or jepair your buggy: and plaffe'red two-ttoryfdwelh j.:;'i' .
: ,\Vnte..to'the! : P./fc C. Excliange, windfall lasts and. show& that 'ycti stables.new Don't forget this from our' citizens ot I Iheir welcome here. in the ,business gives him a fthoeyour: horse or sell you a Chicago an excellent,well of w.!er.,bricked fmtheclny 'f
livery Most of the above named parties Aermotor.'
o' yville, for market"prices be- have an.eye for' business and know when! you ..want to take a t.11' \.C. here 'in quest of he IJth. and Imve Ixehdirected ate .Nuw.Mr..Fl\mlcr. it will pay you -to : : good stable:; ,ind: bnttmildiBfi *$ j
you ghip'clll ,'hert'- if the, ditteience between 10 per cent i to BradfordVcouuty: through a superior knowledge of what the find out all about,this windmill ad it din The following is a lUt of the Trea".]gv w. %

WiiakoretnrIs on day of sale.Jacksonville.. off and 20 per cent advance., Professor- Geo. C. Looney, of correspondence of one (ot imr.citizuns with bed for any purpose':hat witer )iwtr lag ppoll,the,P' ce,; ,:' '_ 2 P**||

:;r'8 ;&'C.'Exchange, TnUBY, STERNnYRG' &'Co. Jonesboro,. Ga., is in- he city ,for' a his friend. Judge C oh'y, of Midelii, ;' trade needsand where and can ho'put to; AVben 'you are in town 90 PllUll J'eeisvari : {_
whom the writer 10 welcome Cult and learn all about it.lt does not
with .hisdiughteivMrs. hopes someday
j. few'dhyB.: lie is .stopping bearing; Vl1'itmHt. a,2sIstA 4I "'
here to-remain valuable attribute bike a" load of 'm-mei to purchase '
:9t ;'MILLION BOXES V of or- V will cost Now Try nothing This.It 'and. will J.'Chas..RichardJr. to this county. as a how to get it at ROCK BOTTOM one. but wagon It is worth a big pocket full to pica 6 trees ( i 9. i
/ you surely : .
If maliuial fever i is su great drawbackto 40 Orange'Fre t .trl
a .
\Yantetll.jy'Burton. 1C Harts do you goo'l, It you have a o.Jullh;cold 1\11'..N. J. Jones having his cottage you.
ck "me. or' any, trouble with thrust chest or parties.'who suffer from pulmonary and GEO W. 4 varkties.ttprlcot','1;:1 e 'Io
j VV on Walnut) "street -remodeledand other troubles. then the absence of }
entire ,
'II",", lung, Dr. King's New Discovery for PRICES. 77. choIc Iyarici! '. Peach -ft,
llaia iud. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman it in this section as sliown by our physicians 9 V .. Fin. t J "
Receiving.Christmas goods at M I I r. ivKUinplion coughs and colds is. guaranteed Starke, f L selected' arIctIen5QuIi I I eXqiIn'All
nVllros.. to give relief, or money will be expect to; occupy i it.when completed. should necessarily invite many here ,7ii-A
V jwid bat k; Sufferers from Lja Grippe when that fact'is well! known. We must Third.. He carries the nicest COMER L PEEKATTORNBYATI.Afr.an4 the above enut 11t brin'Iof ,

Pach'(58. ( ,' grapes; berries, .vegetalet found it just the thiug and under, its uso Everybody and, his family ,are' recognize the' fact that visitors here bring NOTAHK Ibem'ID,their second'jrniK*?t. ,fThlspJacell1ost &l
had and V
[ otc. :'and in -speedy perfect recovery. Try invited attend the 'entertainmentat with IliL-iu wealth and influence which is -00- be fa 1t.CI'
to tevn ?
; oranges season.' a sample bottJe at our expense and learn essential to our wclfuie. when in the line of Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets ? *
tf, :!'& Q. Exy Jacksonville. for yourself just how good a thing it is. the'Institute this. evening.. The uiiture of Ihinjra'ptn'pcrtly must follow. Fire Insurance.' S need. For' further lafonatfKa apply (a, JJh. ,-

Citron i a viKa iM. L Trial bottles free at Slarke Drug Co' proceeds pay; the .j janitor.. Admission Mr, A" J Frombach who 1m decidedto Represents LIVERPOOL& LONDON GREENWICH.A GLOBE. V '1)B. A. ,SCiMtT.M:: I-
currants, dates and figs drug store. Large size 50o and$!. 3 'and plushes for this market PROVIDENCK WASHINGTON. ,
here if will
locate ; inquires our people and HARTFORD Fire'Insurance
25 cents. '
1 > vea at,,Walter' Wills' .", :Mt rl&t,t'Ia
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tjrec Cook Book Tree take hold in establishment! of a can- # Companies. Choice lots of Land-in town. and V '
l.'li6i'ELZORLPUWiII' be sent to OH receipt of te'u.cents. In' stamps or A, union Christmas tree will be nlnsr factory.me looking Several ut.lhe of Jeisuro the liidien of of own the ,, consequent the. trade county STARKE for SAle. -' FLORIDA.V .rr a- Z'ee' .1 ;&Ha11Att'ys _,,:' & .J"ii..,

d r s$5for*IJrl':1r.! coin tl-.e C.. II. & D. will send a copy of given by.the Methodist and Baptist ing party an orangft grove home| here and ereloug1 "ine9tfTATEPOWEtl.H.D.V ,oF"'t, '

.No trnul0| the Washiufcton cook book, postpaid, to Sunday schools and the public school man nf the'wealthy friends of these :andROOM : : :{'
to .g % any comprises over
'''Ufu'vcii' deal.with'( the i I. & C. Ex- 800 p"ges uul is freely illustrated. It is : on Saturday- night, the 24th; at the people.us.V we trust, will find a home among ., ';. NOl- '. _._ .JONJl_" .RLOC.- _,J ,: ;, "J' L
Institute 'r 'I
___-y ttM I the. standard nuthoiity.. on the; ''aruousdiuint building._ V ilr. R. F. Clayton of Brooklyn. N. Y.V Fourth. >financial stand AND STARKE BRADFORD CO.:nONoA." ..

V .1 Jj.,r.tf4 and I earrtageat.J W j : cars.an'!that V Chicago run' daily on'between the "Velvet Cincinnati The: young) men of this city will I bas purchased one of the most valuable PHYSICIAN, SURGEON.. And V Downty BuUd'.;o r,-,TWrt wi,1..tf,

"';,":: <:0 : i .rf iu"of have a grand tournament ride on orange grove properties this section *rOIBee C.nsfF.rians'
the C.. II. & D., and Monon direct 0'.q '
,- and with his most estimable lady will reside ing enables* him to buy Store 1111 V'I-O 41.'
at 0r .
Gaskln K
Route. Madison .
'WJrter..illtt 'Address E. O. 1IcC rmick; G. P. next Monday on east ,street. in Starke. V I '. '' : ', s'-Ti!
is receiving a large & ,. ayeut C..II. &, n.; R ... ,Cincinnati. Every rider i is jnviled. Prizes of There are tber visitors III our STARkE FLORIDA 11II'J. '.. 'I.., '1_., .Jo, ... ,: .,. ,
many V ft .t
4Xma" good V O. Tho C..'U. & D. .' ,0
connection and
in offered. from the manufacturer tnjrlStfCavMts '
V V value ,.I.aie to be town ul! of whom we most heartily welcome .V .ACAZmsORiNGEICLiPPEiU
with the l\t 'M' ;
nun.ls the World's Fair Route ., V .
Irouand wood wagons at Morgan V and wish for. ,them a pleasant sojourn -
''IL, to Chicago. V Miss Jessie Weeks entertained a in our midst. strictly for cash and.thus putting .., ,TE3S. '. ::
VVVw 'Specimen Cases. number of her friends at her homeon Mr. Cone. Mrs. Stewart and daughter* ; and Tr brt.obtained and an Patent'. .
: J t,1.'M.1a. s'a larJ.? tltU'k of S. H. Clifford, New Cassel I, \Va.! was Call street, Wednesday evening.. and Mrs. Fisher are the guests of Mr. business conducted for MODERATE rE PAHENT J. : f-' .. .' ,r' ,l
othin! !, that ho- vtound to sell. troubled V with Neuralgia and Rhenma- Music and weie engaged ir, I Kleiuschmidt. of the Commercial Hotel him in' touch with the importer OMen OUR and OFFICE ye can IS OPPOSITE secure pateoU U. 8w la ton time II. -' 3: :-'- ". .j, .p'j' :t..;.\t., .' ii {.t."
all sn4 Ueo. it. *." tisnj, his Stomach. was disordered his games while the other Minnesota parties are and at less cot than those remote from Wash p '. 1.,. .I. ""-cJ.Q 'fdur;,-
Liver WM affected to an alarming degree ;and all had a most pleasant time. nicely located in collages around the ington. .Wi *VV' ,. ,. : .'",i.f"
appetite fell and he was terribly town. G.. and manufacturer mak Send model drmwtar or pbotn, 'dewxip- ;.. fi. ,- t\. '
i'Jf due ; 'o .
yoiiAre .anvthliig If VjEJi
on your reduced in flesh and strength. Three Mr. Strong and Misses Menethe, tlon. .We adviae.: 4, "*." ..Y"t,1Ii1.l'. "
Ctirfve not due tSl patent iT. .
UMcriptioii In the, :TELEGRAPH we bottles of Electric Hitters cured him. Jessie and Jennie, arrived lastSnnda'v'ior' A Carl chant A Little Boot "How to Obtain bM'C1lnd.I, I .;" ...- ."f.t' Jt.' t:""
.ifl. lake, utlll. ftxlder 'Edward Shepherd Harrisburg, I1!.. the middle man name"or act'iafeiient'In your state,county. I it'D. ,-V '""; ".. '
cliirUt-ns corn, ; jrnra.o1I bad a running aore on his leg of 8 years'standing. the' Christmas holidays.All Allow me to present my kindest regards ing him only town.ent free. .Addre .' -' : VV :TCtI.s ur.a4ed......,,..,.1IIIIot/. .I} ,
egg or anything. else l leq .' Used three bottles of Electric are in excellent health and intendto to my many friends among your good V C. A. SNOW & t't1re iIaI..fa117 n. aN.1f lU dI?".'0-11' .it." ..i': .1' ;'
: want' ininr off and al'\\-] full9kv readers. I would say'to them that I havein Opp Patent Office.' 'WASBECOTOII.IV C. IInMICIeaI cu.iIIIII I 1u.t...:: 13o-
and seven boxes of Bucklell'sAnllca enjoy j the time spent in {'loriel3.i between the 811mer-andman-: V 1Ia.VO1' ':... ,..... .Itg 1'ft
Q.i. Middle
at .
Jouesboro. Georgia '
price. j f Salv ;and his leg is sound and 1014.. .. .;$;. : -
t "1'l9. -- well.'John Speaker, Catnwrba, Ohio,.had i Mr. Abe Coukle, of Grand Rapids, College a. number of 'young who ladies' and V Fruit; Trees.' V 1''P.a:ss, NsaiL LL liHRWERScZ. : :-
: ,5At.K CIIKAP:One ': ihtdp five large (ever-ores on his leg, doctors I Mich. isin'the city visiting gentlemen from Florida, are "well ufacturer.V ::1 again cdt the attention of.those Intereste '
said he was Incurabli, One bOttlo Electric among pleased with our 'town and society. an.f rrui Lj : '
: AltpJy to -Mrs. : l .in 'pulling nut -tree > ny :: ''
Bitters and one box'Bucklen's .Arnica the Grand Rapids people of this more than'delighted. as ladies and gentlemen ; .',.." It. Vi kind,to.tlw fact that .1 can fill lhe.fc order 'y'.'. : .
v. ijeYIa.; 1Ode4tafternoon Waive cured him entlr ly.' ,Sold by place.vMr:.Conkle i* much pleased al ways are with'our school. ::1 retard" i :> cheaper than they .'can/get: .sueb:uckelhcwhero. ;r$M 4,..:*rSSg: M. :'SU ,..
t Starke Drug Compuny'a drug store. SMcElree'a with Starke, and Florida' in general. to jnucsborb'oo tile ROth inst. and wtii" t. ; V >;"' .. Lft'onlepears! ',OIK?:nod two < .-DnQ&J. .W-lirWffe'jR1C, ;*c .j.5t-(f.'fiC !l?
T-\IClnr1ay last a \t glad to cfry;back' with meaD) .wl ,( c. : c years old.no4.Keiffer ilybrids it rx-cJnliy.. .J '. ; L' 'G" "
rMeL phot'jrjiph wltl. booklet. Wine of CardoT Miss Exia Pinnell; of Paris, Ill., wish a good educ4tion. Board only.flO ,._..+"r, .". ., Also large stock nt. ahrabbcvy.;."A man .1.;: ;l,,:1,"h ;_,-! : lGENERAVIElfi-'
t ,S finder,will !h'ir\\udea: on'leavg and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT arc and Miss Mai Lackey, of ElmoreO. per monih; tuition free; Only an incidental .'. ,,'. J#. "" .' .. can see what his :buying b foiv"he o y'
fee,of $1 month. :-d-S 1 best. varieties
9package with the for' tale by the following merchants Ia are Mr. Strong's. "'' : font ;Grapevine of'Jhe: --*. Cfifi ; l
Postmaster guests'.at. .f1" : 'f'.t-i
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> .Gco. Looney .
for Florida r SThiior1t. ,
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:2t Bradford county: !. ) are tndnifl.atrMt.. Auburn .IT-IT mi-T W MHWMI V' \ J : Jjjf ; {, 'r. : :. V ,' i. : r *# Blt2 1i:..,.Ti f.Jo2,1
STARKE DRUG Co.. Starke. and the For Sale Cheap; : ,-VitC V ; > V' ; 1'. JMIllitf "
Institute, accompanied --- ; 'oS. FOXRDI'N'E'R S 1 /
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,tre811me that JNO.A. KING LakeButler. Misses Strong 'home, to ,spend, the, One road cart'ktid the following articles -I V .' ; ; T ,. : -. ? .. 'J
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flv' uit before Xm" J. P. McCULLfry.Lawtey. of furniture; : v x- V I .w. '. .': --r\ -
fLtit IM the Ca oAli soon as H. C.PARKER 4wWver. holidays., ; One safe,'- .,? /,11'i."t:_-- ,VS>.-- .. V (teal: Btate i AgeicyV V .' WlAA'lta..1yr.i o.r; t.V ; !- : 'nto'

J.VZVfl' 11tgant.1 '1ih4:' we Buckien's. Arnica Salve. MrR.Addie;: ohlu of Maine, has One secretary'with book caie.Two .. -.--T .;.- T V V'.'V V_V jVV. 'f.. ," .. .'It ', 1' "f.5f"-. $li'r 'w:
Ieii:4)of) 't..llri IUJ. the winter dining table j -" *\, J'rI, "' "_- / ,DEPCTYrCpUNTY' I SURVEYOR,.;. :. j '1l f 4i 1. .
anived the
: beror. We *. p The beat valve in the--world, for cuts, in city to spend -* ,
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mean 'b'u V ':1
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brnismi, acres, ulcer, salt meum fever with her on.Mr. M. L. Job Two-bed room & : {; ( t .V y,: : ; <. : .- ."" ,; .. .
Trnty s.Mrs. : '
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,. !, Sternburg &.Co.T7V .. BOres letter chapped hand chilblains .-JohnsAvhs Mr. Four, :.dining chairs. .. f : .-.:: ;s ..., ,.. ..,:r : .,' > / ifexl to PoalofflcV; ;' :; ".-tt".r JI> ,,".' 4..o g.I' r.ort'"oot". \'fI' .-. .. ,.
.accompanied by AH io good condition. V'V ; : : "'., .
: V corn, and all skin eruptions and positively 'V. 4V' f 'V : 'i .'
a.S LI:e.n _o : cures piles,or no }>ay requlred.'Ittsgqraflt4 John Smitli and! vifeofVasbingtonCii V :.., 'H.':BAILST.', '/ STAB11B.: 'it '?- V J |:,--.. /'*:.U.aodll&t .ftt'.G't'I. : .
24orsu' ilnckeyemoing rhakne.r. to give lt8rfa.natlsfactlon )'. The' latter, 'ar ,.Jlic JIJocated I V '122318t. .. '.Lawtey.-.FU.. : 5 ;_ -.' 1'i., [I ,. ::: ,. o",' I :. .. < ,:-.-: ..Ii "f" 1J l-m. d' 'S'1 V .:'.

V .A.Hittey, LawLy .. ;, ,12,10'3t or money rtfiinde Price 25 cent per. atMrs.. Moore's. ". .. Tabules .? '. : :; : ; $ ,.-:.;BipaosTabales are of great valoci o.'r -".8ta ke4. ; ."' VV ">;'
.box.For UParii .1 ; '
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; ; '1t '; t'C. < ." # Tbe fromrthe' *ale of oranges andIrom ; -.' : 'S '- '- ..
: 1i .. "'Kiasimmce, lush .'adTertiiej.Jorllv ." mODe&,:travel;;:finds Jt :The"tulip was first made known to.'bo : "INDUS Pubbriiq. -ScAld .onequirt"olmilk : .' .r 'r ;
Wr.O ,, thicken of meal two
: J JbundredxUfg hides***.' ', directly into the S:tanists by descriptions and ,made. S, ..t=__ ':. with one cup ; :
''' .. : .. '. : fgrc' eggs-one spoonful of,flour/one .cup ..61molasses,1 Dest. Daking t"owd
.. -' 4., \ _r ? .. si large in" this "tbat from any by the Swiss naturalist, -k salt and to taste.. When ,
', : ,; N Tbe .Florida i ,Frets' association ,conjYebes other source. A favorable in 'in,the year,1553.:: The plant:from which. ginger_ .
cndltoD do ,
cool ::of 'cold milt .
.1 'add-one'piat ; r .
1-- .
+ itecityofEey West on: the1f these two'particulars, Gessner made his drawings was : ?
growing '
..;.' $4 >1Qlh..f January. .Florida.-Tea.UnioD: o c-.for iuh garden" of'one?Johff Henr Har-. ::: : :;* : hours.not stir it.- Bake, slowly for:two or three ".. \ S !'.5I;.;'

.XK. ; _, ', ., ; ; Augsburg, the seed hav' ( .
({ : i' f The'United.8tlies'circuit'court of' .p-, :LeeI.r.:.B'T.taec*RaI.Iag. originally': been ,brought 'from the iS inJ. i- '- TOT Pra.' -'Cat veal beef chicken Into The .Official Government, ReportsT5Th

'%4peais in ewYork.h&S. confirmed the'apittricntof Professor 'who is an authority .Levant., The 'date of introduction .- : .:: : pieces;:.and. pUt'.lnto'-.bolUng' -water : ;

:t:, j 'r jpoL; Henry.: .HowUnd on'growing Molt ad tobacco, gave a into_ England i somewhat uncertain enough to'
...J _.. th&: aoets:.of .the. .FJor dl1 very interesting lecture to a group of pros. but, horulumt usually set it down bacon;;cover ;,closelyand ,boil an hour, '."!

.z.t r.. ,4joLatruct1zi company... pective tobacco growers of Marion county as 1 ,probably account 'of a, passage and season to':-taste; make a, batter of S tests, reports the ROYAL BAKING. ;POWDER to .

,,., .J JS-: ,..,' ...' ".1'. ,; at Octla:'a few ,diys'go, of which. ,.in the works of Hakluyt (1582)), two well-beaten eggs,'two'cu of milk, '
i. '. i Tbe Cocoa Pcblic-Spirit; uyst "The, the following is.. brief He re : ,which s says: within 'thes&,30ur '-. teaspoonful baking powder and flour, i greater leavening strength than
1j. ,:" .: raUroad.urveyoIiue'pusilog on down fer fact that outlnef farme of Florida ; years there has been brought into England ,'Jfn Herman Htclc: drop in separate spoonfuls while boiling.and letin Arnep. '599.) -,* t .1

11.'. ;: :>l.sto.Lake" ;Wtibuid; Biscayne bay nor had more than'1. gold mine :right under from 'Vienna,'Austria, diver knd: ."Three years ago;as a reSult CATABBH!' cook five minutes.; serve. immedi- 13,, P. S

: 4!.' ; nt: their. work ,CC4fe.untl1.t'y'reach ,his feet'if he.would but utilize, themourcta of flowers called Tu1pa. entirely. lost my hearing and was ately., The Canadian Official Tests, recently made, shojrj

1t. : :'- ::; iaml, pofsibly not. then!, No one, nature placed at his command :.tells us that the tulip i of,Cap- Deaf for MoreT.hana'Year.' PLATS CAKE.-Take two cups of flour. '
.To my ..rrI.aD., rreaU. when I d the ROYAL,BAKING POWDER of all in
r highest
that he it to.be the leavening '
bowth what the'"Florida"w rd' willet with this.wonderful cliriuteaod the best 1eve and half of half of
r. h : z poii'als taken three bottles of Ho..'.Sar.a,arlII I one a sugar, a cup
Field" of the
., do.? l: soil that coud! be found on for the by butter, one oT cream 'two one teaspoonful. Bulletin Inland J
J ( er. and /.uiid my hearinc wu retimlnzl I kept on' eggs, strengt .. .( IQ;p. \ D.e.
; ,j ... :. ,Savior; :A curious chapter
"f F 'ff growing of tobacco. Slowly ,fact, be till I.had taken three more and I can hear- .of baking'powder, mixed with
;.; J 'J'be GaloMville;'Leader:uys: .Where. : raid,;was coming to the 'surface, and he in':the tulp's'history is, however, i iwht'I .perfectly well. I am troubled but very little the flour. ,Pot all these ingredients into t In practical. use therefore, the' ROYAL. ,BAKiNG.
t : .is the enterprising of-Gkinesville .o wished the farmers of Marion county to with.the intention of" 'with catarrh. I consider this a remarkable a,deep dish and beat 'until light.. ,It is -

+; 'v. : Alacbua 1 c6u6ty.'wbo will encourage tbel awake to, the important, situation., .'He' and which must yet, be given, ca Rochester__ ,..." HERMAN N. Y. HICKS 30- Carter Street' not necessary to beat them separately, ain POWDER goes further, makes'purer and more'perf t

} .i .litr. fljoJr beret Now dob't jt won't. for ,to understand that the true maniac. Soon.fter .
: : : aayi; pay, prospective grower form and ira.a': moderately hot oven for
,the /acts' 'Our only, b'om.o' experience could in its:introduction into Western S -
gotto prove thecontrary. -anl. Europ Improper Marriages. about half an hour. >-
1J t ;: "': neighbor, Lake City, a pound
K'h selling! '1,.. Colombia l county raised lait f derful plant, Professor'Hoodie said that things in those, days) made bulbsa \
blanched skinned with .
season 10,000 tusbels of rice, aud the tobacco was the .easiest grown crop, basis of the" wildest financial During the past twenty'years 328,000 is
"The Baking Powder .composed of
three *
four Royal
bitter' them. and
: :' K\-., Lake,City merchants ate, enthused over known in the state. There were draw schemes ever:known- to gendering a divorces have.been. granted by the courts. or ones'among pure .
.,' the' of the backs such as cut speculative fever which.went down into of. the- United State, 90 per cent of 1 Pound them fine in a mortar, with the wholesome ingredients. It does not co tain-eithcr'alum,orpJ1cd
home -
>'.- prospects production. ,drougbt.bud.wor '
-, WO"'o. ". /;,>.- .*. worms and thorn worms, but these could .'history as the 'tulip ma"- "tulip them to women. While' this total is whites of three eggs. 'Add 10 ounces- of phates,or other injurious substances. .

: ..-r .. :l"be Pylk Cobnty'Phosphate company be successfully met. craze.-': The" stad allowed large enough to appear:to give' goodgrounds sugar and stir for a quitIcrof an hour. EDWARD,G.LOYE'FB.:. D.*?'' :
their little" to become Put in little round or oblong heaps on a ..
for the assertion. that the '
.has,.about forty! acre of land on .Howell Retold farmers how to.renew lad by dike.loke'lnd" perpetuity 'S
i- .'" 't creek; underlaid at a depth of only a few letting it lie out and grow up in grits, the cnous.species'ofspeculatiye' of the family is threatened, it sheet of white paper. dusted over with "The. Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly th'e pmst. .

: /eet, witKv b (of what ii believed to be or planting peas-and: letting them lay : frenzy; and for,three years dwindles when brought into comparison flour., Sprinkle sugar'over, the"' macaroons and most reliable baking,powder offered to the public. .. '5--

i:: ,. .> p !white gypnm, which Las been bored on the ground when matured, and EO enrich '1641-47-the recklessness the dealer with the number of marriages during the and bake in a slow oven. : "HENRY A. MOTT,M.D.,PH.D."' '.
.c''J':: to a,depth.oCfilteen..Ceet.wlth.
-t: \ : 'through, If it proves to, be tuch 1t tobacco on, he said, and only one crop can only compared with the ."South is-16,400, the number granted each teacupful of sugar,.one teacupful of butter ,."The Royal Baking Powder is purest in quality and ligh.L

*:). .wu4beofgrcatvaIue, as it will require : should be grown.. Then take, another Sea Bubble." When the craze was at its year, only about 1 per cent of the,number a little, nutmeg or cinnamon. One est in-strength:of any baking powder which. 'I have knowledge1

.: .Jl S 'grinding .(being (,a :perfectly pulverulcEt piece and so on'unless the 'propr.fert. height some.,of the buls'sold forten, of, marriages. .There- is nothing in pound of potatoes' boned and mashed, S "\Vlrr. rSCMURTIUX P.IX" 't, ,

f t:.." Jute!, aud beinst pure white, itS lizers.were applied. Such twenty, and even' : their the.world.that hum u beings ,undertake with Y pinch of salt*and milk to make it ', "'".

S.-, :\ ., ') not":'open tf the objection Professor lain, however,, rich vegetablo.mater, weight in gold. A single' bulb of the to do that show so small a percentage of moist. ,i Beat the butter' and sugar first, shows other ,
./ Robics-in fiucd.to .sample frim other ,not inch as is used to cbbage etc., Semper Augustus, "not much exceeing' total failure as marriage.: Though statistics and then add to .the potato a little at a The Government Report all baking

: : parts of the stnte. for this would create a coas e, the bigness of an onion sette," ,. are not at hand to prove it, there time., Beat up the'eggs'and stir them tested to contain alum lime'
'f" ..,, <'r' !' *. S leaf on the market for 2,000; florins. But this is'doubt'if divorces much exceed golden io. Then add the flavor. Line the pie powders
Commissioner- S. seed I bed,'Professor Moodie said, was not,all. The gentleman who 'purchased '.weddings in number. They certainly do pans with a crust; fill and bake the same ci
Jackson received at or
: &' Key 'should started in January and burnt it did so with the,mistaken idea ; not exceed silver weddings., 'Investiga- as ''pumpkin, pie. This 'quantity-will -
West ,
'f ;; a (ew" days from the Monroe b ,
ago, that it was the'only known bulb of the lion the of make three four tarts..
:i '. ovr so to kill the roots of al'gross on subject improper. marriages or
county :.commissioners their" full-
appro: end kind in' existence,tmt no sooner did.. he would tooffer .
i. ? destroy the sourness of the The seem more, hope of. '.
priat'on oflOOO and formed Jionrce P.KPPER uNT"Dnol'3.-0De of
a cupful
:; planting should not be later than April. register purchase than another, "larger results beneficial, society than examination Jelly Fishes. And He Smiled a Sickly sa.
'World's Fair association of crushed fine and moistened
;;/ County more'thsn'a somewhat but not announced sugar just ,
He said thtit big, was of 'divorce statistics. .
he-began by experimentingvvilhtwentytwo
: hundred members ,'hich'w s organized -, ? with boiling water- then boil 'five min "
V" and the victim to Jelly fishes have been made a subjectof .
.varieties of seed poor was compelled pay It takes both time and
::, at Kejr West by the selection of but. 4,000 florins for it or'see it to another. money to get a utes; take from fire and add crem'of tar- study at the seaside biological laboratories The young father stood over tbe i
discarded all but two, Hybridand go divorce while marriage is and
:.S J: the following 1"flicers: evident, Jell Iodit's This he awl became the owner of easy tar size of a pea;'mix well and adgl one- and ever so many interesting critically Inspecting his first-born.
n(. B. Browne; flrst'vice pressdent, C B. Vuelta Abajo. He showed beautiful two of did priced botanical specimens cheap. 'Even. a tramp walking across the half teaspoonful of essence 'of pepper- things have been learned about them. '0f course it's a healthy' welM

;,' 5-S_;. Pendleton; sefcond vice president, James woith fdecimens of tb/s.growing and curing, ever. purchased.-[St. Louis -Rc-. ,the country other for a in prize found that no difficulty his mint;; beaff briskly until mixture,whitens, They have a nervous system,and a more' baby, Lucy" he said tu his wife. *,.r

;., d?. ;A., Waddell; Secretary: .C. E. Merrill; $2'a pound. nukMa.i ; day fulfilling part of then drop quickly 'upon 'white paper; .complicated structure than most people will be a credit .to the 'family. wt_'
: : treasurer, B. v.,Whalton; commissioner, He read frotutheNew England Home, ,_ S..5 agreement requiring'. him to marry some have cream of tartar and essence of pep- suppose. Many of.them are phosphorescent. grows older,,but, it's awfully homely]

,,\ ".i...J. S C..J.HeufJsetka11)p-_ an authority tobrC.&Dd its curing, How Iron Is Made Africa. 'one on tbe way. Children, utterly unable permint measured while the sugar is boil The most remarkable of them all now.*' v ""* *
1 .
J .,'., ..* f. II 4' an article which Florida.soil to'earn a living or,take care of thefamily'nature ing.. ;If it sugars before it is all droppedadd '.is the.'.'Portuguese man-o'war.". It looks "Dear little thing',cpoed_''D' '
and is
climate beat the world for its to' inflict '
: Tbe:;'argument cn the motion of the and the others/ growth, The Balubans, a the natives of. the them find sure when upon a little water and boil- a minute or somewhat like a football as it floats on who happened.in a few:'momenti.
all said no difficulty
.He they run
;;S attorneys Tax Collector Johnson before Huansanyomma district of Central Africa two. ._t the surface of the water, with fringed "It's the very image of Its. pap.!':j
that the from Their in
: the reason why one never tees Flor- are styled enjoy excellent local away parents persuading top and colored,blue and It is cago Tribune. 'f ***-*-'
supreme court at Tallahassee.tor. reputation purple. .
ida tobacco
much preacher Colored .
W. 14 quoted, though now flome or magistrate totally unacquainted Highly Testimony ,
; ; writ i ironworkers. They find their filled with air and the
,quas: the of mandamus secured .iy as from body it 'A
it with them for life the-divorce '
grown, was becauP was bought up bya or !'You heard both shots fired t" r
:: crude material in the form of bog iron say you tentacles :down. Some'of
OOl' hang
Uillen and
wa a,.hot Johnson's. rep syndicate and sold for Cuba and Sumatra .co rt.. There' are not nearly so asked a Harlem lawyer, who was cross- many Why, She Was Scared.?
i/:: neeotatives ?eeei ted some points which ore on the surface of the lnd. I rarelyhappens these tentacles are as much as twenty i '
His lecture Induced those divorces S / %&
: present, many as improper marriages, witness in murder
examining a a case.
that digging to feet long. On into.contact with
it Ii coming .
.i E2. believed will secure hi* perpetual appreciable "Hubby r I always
to foim ) rion'Oountv Tobacco Growing and there are few cities 'in which the eej so i ihensive.when
a Yes sahl: I heard boCeshot. '
f.' jri the depth is : Their smelting fur- Dey an animal.! these long dangling twin '
be h ldl. At any rate they ,associaton and from. which much necessary. chers have not improper arms you go'out ihootloj.1 "
pre 'performed more fired simont sah.
r puzzled the 'state, not: a little. If the good is expected to result.' naces, which are constructed of clay, are marriages than the number 'of divorces was eously, about it and paralyze it by shooting intoit "But, my.:dear girl,' .what "
.r. i ,motion to quitab. granted, Mr. Qlllen from six to ten feet high, from forty to the /'Are you sure'of thati""Yes hundreds .of small darts. The darts betide me?" '3.'
':' w will have lost bis fight, where, if it is sixty.inches in diameter at the base, and share granted of divorces'by courts.. _A fair sib; bofe of dem .was-fired simontaneously. are situated .all along the' tentacles to !'Notyou, but the )keepen.1* '

; f ,:. J'not'granted, the battle La'not ended :yet, Cutlmg Tbacro. conical in shape:. The ore is tipped the interests are grantedin I wasn't 'more1han forty which they are attached by threads coiled .

r as the defend 1t will have the privilege Within fhe past half dozen ,years .or into the furnace from above; the char- and of decency and justice feet off at de time." spirally when the creature is quiescent.But _..Adam had na choice; neither bfwl 1 .

.: .0! filing'an ntaswer to'the writ, with the )less the tobacco planters of Florida have coal, on the other handis, introduced intobasin4ike the welfare of morality' This cannot'for "But on the direct ,examiDatioDyou fa response to any irritation they are It was an original stand- Jt-. &]: *|
4:. demonstrated time and that the side openingswhich' also receive ;' society. be swore the shots were fired one after, the projeed like so needles'
.consequent argument ,thereon, and this again, said of many
k ,1;;<111.,of: course, occupy some time.. soil and climate of this,state ara cnpab'eof a continuous airblast; while the S many marriages performed as .an other, and now you they were' fired Into the flesh of..the victim, which is

; ., o. ". .. producing'tobqcco equal quality to iron and slag are" from the bottom allegedsecret ceremony. No preacherwho simultane usly." ,. drawn within reach of the shorter. tenacles. pDi
:* ,|t lobel Livingston of the Third Un- the best grown on the island of CJb .. or the furace remove, every eight or forms unites the children 'in marriage per "Jess'what I' said. ."B&fe"lhota was and absorbed. ,

Mi -Hed,States artillery, stationed in Washington -cigar-makers of. Florida are undoubtedly hours, according to the degree known to him ceremonyfor vouched any couple not fired simontaneouslY'Jikeone, .after S It is believed that these darts dischargean

:. .r '.' City,.hna been ordered to "select the most skilled workmen 'in, of heat obtine. The forge is a circular or whom for. by some an.udder."-Texas Sittings. acid poison.The ,quantity contained
he knows
their trade in America. sixteen in diameter responsible person by each is infinitesimal but the
three If Florida-made
: batter \1s| from his command to go sme fee should hismouth in criticismof The Dog'Was weapon ,
ever allRlght.
South by tbe4' beginning the new year. of stock grown in Florida, have with a pointed roof, open sides. divorce open wounds produced'by hundreds of them I
lie.will probably take two from Wash cgar been first-clas', tie fault' has At a ditc it might b taken for,1 park the courts. That many divorces "Say,didn't you" tell me' when; you acting at once are not to be .despised.

; c ington'barracks: { and. one from Ft. Mc- rarely been in the mater of cultivation .. the of this hut is theT improperly and fradulently sold me that dog 'that he was a bird Bathers in.waters where this jelly fish is lit Ie Declinl,_
"* lire which is maintained in constant .T_ is no doubt, but tbe"'end dog?" found dread it muck wttk PMCM.Za&IIIIIIa.1'IiIIIWwtIIa
henry, Md.,{ and of %e three two will or of manufacture. curing of the of the relation where the very .On coming Ua4I.IJaN ha from M4 hsa.-,,.". .-
most "Yes that's what I said. '
: tobacco bad been ity by.means of a unique pair of bellows into contact with'aiiuman winds
be tent to FL Barranca, Fla., and one imperfect mischief being TIle IWIIDC.$$ov.Po ABrB "
"to Key West This movement is r'egard- To properly solT problem of tobacco -* which merit a special description They large,share is.done of this is mischief the front is end done, and' n "Well, you". swindled me. That dogwon't its tentacles around him' and'it is only' .-lIMe D1 JMUp"ad&lie.ftWJ',ir st-s esi v5'q..

,td as the forerunnerof! a 'Beeral.tx- curing has been the aim of Director consist of a, blocktof wood_ generally by hunt. .with much .difficulty and pain that .they
",cnanffe oeiween me remainder .01 the J. P. DcPass of the ,Florida exp-, .,twentv" 'inche long'hollowed' out, and. lazy greedy preachers who ought to /"I',didn't'say- he would hunt He's a can be'removed., owing- to the fact that 5 : ,
$ fitted a'funnel-head made of be sawing wood for fifty cents a cord instead bird dog. Cook the birds for him. the darts' barbed. '-'9' '
.Third andljourth artillery. Jn. the early riment station for nearly a year past. are any other species h
,4 iprirg.; Thy. larger part of the Fourth Florida tobacco of late has not been the tower end,"are two orifices, over, of marrying babies for a'few dollars That's the way he likes_ em'best., of, jelly fishes are armed.vith.. similar

.'- 'are.cow. sUrtioncd at Ft McPherson, bringing the prices it ought;and, the difficulty 'which skins are,:stretched. Motion js a coupte.-t'ortland,Oregonian. darts' as bathers -who. have met. 'with

.: Atlanta .0*., is said to have been largely the imparted to the instrument by the action -t People Who Make a Neie. them know very:wV"jrThey are sometimes ',v -' -5 -5.-
'-, ( *.' 'curing of it. A great and growing industry .of. two small rods. The hammeris of Tobacco, ,Cholera,and their COl taglo s. Are the abhorrence of the ner..:But why S 'called-.j4seajnnenel T8 --

.I Ezebaaje1B.Ueia.: was thus likely to be permanently sold iron;the tongs are marvels ofksimplicity be nervous when Hosteller's Stomach h Bitters curious little fish'that lives always inside -

S ,.BuUetin'No. 13 of iho New York. Fruit injured through' the lackdf a proper to wit a bent palm.b mch. An The eminent Dr' John Lizars : will rescue'from that wretched c indition? It of the umbrella of'jelly fishesr.prcsuma-

r .Exchange contains. .:among Bother things knowledge of. the manner in which it iron into a timber; hole "During the prevalence of cholera-1 says have medium invigorates the nervous system through the ,bly for the sake "of the protection thus

; .f the JoUo"inJt: "Reports eince the* issue should be tate alter harvesting. It is ..serve a an anvil. The'recoltection(of had repeated opportunities of observing tion. renewed'digestion and assimila gained. 'Being obliged to leave its protector
p .of' Bulletin,!N.,:12 show.a,'decline of a part plan of these agriculturalexperimentatatiuns the Bilubans carry them back to the tine that individnals addicted to the use,.of liver complaint.'Moreover constipation Is'a sterling,rheumatism remedy and for to.procure food it is sometimes S My niece, EmelieiIawM

'S: about 25. ccats per box. Considering that they, shall help when they wrought'metals with stone 'tobacco are more disposed to attacks':of an impoverished condition of the bloods .very amusing observe its efforts to.get taken with spitting!blood, ; "

: the very'heaty receipts stall points we the farmer. over'difficulties of this kind tools. Some'of .the_natives are coniparative.ly -' that disease, and generally in its 'most -Those who believe that the world owes them' back inside of the umbrella after.it has becainevery iucka1ax-

c. are well pleaned over tbe, present situation .and Director DePass has devoted him- artistic workcr. Very tine axes, malignant and fatal.form." living don't know how many bad_ debt the been out on a foraging expedition. ;It is that dreaded disease : -'

: .i Jio efuts are reported and EOtptniois hclf to the task'with all. ,the energy thatis (tastefully, i \'ih copper, 'are pro Dr. Willard Parker, Jong.at'' the ,head world, baa to shoulder.''- -5'' 'very much''afraid. of being wounded by ,She tried i1ind

.Ie.red. Present'' indications in him. :duced. Strikes among these swarthy artificers ,of the medical profession! in New York If afflicted with sore eyes use Dr.Isaac Thomp the darts, and is apt to find much troublein cine but nearly

; point.:to a''liigher market' after the Last spring Dr.DePass secured on his are comparatively rare occurrences, City, said: "All w ho.,smoke 9r.,chew son's Eye-water.Drugglsts sell at 25c per bottle. 'obtaining an".entrance without touching -' nothing d4eri ,
r Cbristnasb4om is overs 'one-third of. trip to Cuba tome of the famous.tobacco owing to the fact 'that the malcontents are more apt to die' in epidemics' than, .the' 'business parts 'of'the animaL 'Finally,she took G I nshetold i

: ;: the frnlt:;: erl' forward during the. past* seed from the.Vuilta Abaj seed:district. 'invariably have their heads, lopped off other people." : There'are some''small jelly fishes which ''me'if,'did -beti

'two.weeks--.lad''remained on the trees, This was planted on the cxpriment'station -: 'and their skins placed on one side10rpthng Dr o.' ;M. Stone, of Boston" said: 'up4fl. live under the_ umbrellas ,of the. big. ; han' hngh er '

the prices-to-day would be,75 cents per farm at Lake City or, in case of need; entirely re- "The idea that tobacco prevents disease ones.. 5' 'i bfiodyigavth 'i

p box pettcr tl'.l around._ Still.the situiliom with the greatest possible c Ir under the aforesaid curious bclows.Boston .- is an' error! 'A tobacco. user's chancesof :; .Jif

ii bettef than usual .at this particu. peraonnl supervision of the director b 1m'-. [ Transcript. recovery from -any malignant disep.se .r :EAI yooDg lady is perfect in pre i- -baditfrota her, onbpg.-'
lar :part' of (the'seksoni.. Mandarins are self. To make the test more sure'he also ._w are. lessened fifty per. cent. log autumnleaves.who 1 leaves 'all the, i '
", : 'selling fit $2.50 to |8.75, per box,, some secured the services of an expert't. A 'Story'bf'a-TurfIe. 5 Capt..G. B. Pettingill; who for many pressing' her. ;cl tb s:'for: her aged Hotior-to:5German iryfAvStacey: ,

extra fancy doing better; tangerines f 4 bacco grower who was Corn Ind rared '. years commanded vessels trading between' mother to'perform.. -f Syruii1he1Ei

do ,to $7, accqrding .to siz? and quality; in Cubs on a tobacco farm at d has acquired A dead turtt a turtle with a history, Boston and Cuba, Mexico and' South

t- J grape fruit 42 .to $3.60, demand slow; a perfect knowledge of cuttlvating'and was found Sunday at the foot >America, said: 'Very few tobacco users i"

.; .% lemons ale. .itot wanted.. ", curing tobacco,:to which ha has of Atcrn Donnelly's yard Xo. >416 recover from< yellow fever. I.once IVau'I"-l.!IWI :

%tt9 ,. .' 5Wa.iftSifI I adicd in recent years an extensive experience Kwg ,says a Lancaster(Penn.) lost half :my crew." ith'' it in .Havana. "

u..me.- in" ignr-making "at Key West. pa |r. .There is an authentic- record that Every man who died used tobacco, and S l5ON ; ,OIW rN I2IIIJ J ..- -.: '

PostmastiT-general Wanna maker, -in He knows thenrt from'Alpha to Omega; this particulartirtle was 'more than every one, whO'Jived did'not'use it." .* 'a z.:fcMyMi r" Other. .

c l'- bis annual:.tepqit, again recommends that Director DeP.s and his co-laborers un" fifty years old. He had been an inmateof Dr. Harris,.of the New'York'city dispensary ZAft.f. cM:'.\ .
: payment foil.the'special" service between derstood the practical science of tbe the yard a far back as AldermanDonnelly'seeollection ; where more diseases arc treated 'f r'

5- New' York tad Key West for transmis thing. So the combination i a'strong goes, and old'peo- than in any other place in America, says: "MOTHER'S: FRIENd, : :: .
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rion of maila be discontinued" and sa'ys one. ple neighborhood sly they, ,"It is scarcely possible to curd a syphilitic S .
that he 1a uftible to get as good a southern "For.eight months piisr," said the dir. him or heard of his presence there, when ,sore, or unite,a fractured bono in a devoted :ENJOVS ;Bole CMjIiMiMitf./, '
1 'service>Uh the special facility ap rector, '\e have been studying the thin the property a owned by the Rogers smoker." 5 ,BotI'. .

iropriation) as. he 'would without i it, closely.studying it dsy,and night. The ,family. As regularly a the i. The London Lancet : ," No Both"the method .and results.irhen uff.r.4 fIuI1iIeesbott2IicfuN.t.Vr1 buS _. ,.t' : '_;". 5" '. .') c' -
to th' ref sal' of Vial ti from the days of spring come around the turtle-, says Syrup of Figs taktor it is 1Ii.P.1D.s4 didI&szped.,cM':
nwing other railroads very moment of 'thtir smoker cans be a well man."-Union pleasant .'- __ eacIa CMaGAu. .. .
l' 'to compete with one nccivipg pay for sprouting have b' conitanty watched would emerge to the surface /of the' Si gnaL, and refreshing to 'the taste and acts IID.e,""_; ,-. S

4, spfCialseJvee.! ; 'ndtewled with theJtatut: cue: The ground; and thereft he would be seen gently yet promptly on the Kidneys. ; .; '

Kocardiojz the above the Times:Union clap w,.a fair., July last wo until late in 'For'te pat' ten .An'Indian zenanna' 'missionary testifies Liver and Bowe1acl .nsea, .the :.... LllaBIiI11LATO.' ., C', '
*ay :,Asjkr is tbe Vcst.India f..st.mail have been curing Jt with. equil care. By years the Donnelly boushold haswatehed5these that the brains of many of 'thechildren, : iys- -. 'ATLTL.OAS '..' 'ncisg; :1aia ie iS*
$ 1 is' Miseries ofexptrimeuts with much interest ; headaches ,1o.D. JJr. ALL B170GIftL. "
coi'CerneJTconpftitlon on a basis' coveting many appearances arejso stupefied with the nightly dose of and, S S '
has ben,a&u is p-acticnlly.:impoMiblf.for weeks I have d isco vered n proci ss o f curing ; and:the turtle became.known to [opium given when'.b bies that it is al-! ;and,cares, habitual. -

) iJhe nja4imif lailroads atd. steamships which will make'Florida-raised tobacco the whole'ncigbbrho. 'most impossible to teach them the simp constipation.: Svrnp of Figs is the'on1yremedy S.-

: Hbctwccn; "piewyfirk city and Havana show up.cqually 'wel- with tbat.Rrown: Several year d a placed'at lest thing! ,. or its,'kind ever' pror w.3Ame '

"-wLich rcctivftf"extr* pay fn m the government and cured io ( The study has been the side of a iron trough at the foot .It SThere'i. -' daced,-:pleasing to .the taste and,ao- '

for fpcc'ulfast: tehee ul
.vtrseslhe rhortestroute 'along! the At- em'crowned with tucccs?. 1 feel l sure the eh morning to get a; its action and ,truly' beneficial m its o.-hMa ?' : _
: Urticteab ard.: Up to"the present-lime that my ptocess is the' bet; adapted to 'drink of water. One time he fell in and effects firom : ; :Z-T-flw-- '
prepared !the '
iI' the only lines, 'wliiih coud! %compete with Floida-growrtobacco and.the, cheapest, .was nearly drowned. Never afterward healthy and only'' most 1ssMksesgtiyv. -.. ; V 1 :
',- Hj o ]"d"ojlieccs8ily have to carry the too.: rults are tell. ,:Look at would he go to the lro 1g He then .more catarrh in this section of the agreeable substanca, its _-... ., .tJ:
;. mails by n-jrcuStous, route, and could these'V-and Dr..DePass opened his travxelingbag Jude daily visits to the hydrant in the vantrr and until than the all last other few years diseases was put together to, naJli xoellentqnaliti&corninend.it' -i r"1: :; ... .' ...,1.:., '
*$ hardly.inik.,the time, required; by the ; and showe.up a fair ..assortment 'front part of the yard, and after h-' be incurable. For a great Jaany years doctors to all and -have made ft the most I ..' .-y.,,..,," .
; post/>ffice lq>artment. regulations... of.cured and c!: ::- ,ing'..Iiis.t. he would drag mmself local pronounced remedies.it a and local by disease constantly,and falling prescribed. -popular. 1 'known;, 1 ... ..t.l,.' ..... 'J."

S There were two samples, cured to- 'Slowly to the oilier end,of ,the lot He.' cure with local treatment pronounced it.:to-- Syrup of"Rffl is. for-sale ui'50o '- .". ,,..t f _(?o",

J j: Uaht'Abend., bacco-both from the Yeulta Abajo iced. was last seen late in the fall, and when .'curab1e.Science constitutional disease baa proven and,therefore catarrh reqScs and 91 .bottlea .by-all :leading;' drug 'ii' '.' .'., .

luau c.ctitIve( iticto( in the current One was dry and,yellow, wt'i very little this spring came and he'did not appear, constitutional treatment.'.'&Catarrhburev gists.. Any reliable : '
iuinbci of ;he ilanufacturer's! Jl-cord on ar('m,-cured _by the'jirocesa"generally .a search was made for-him. :He 'was' Ohio manufactured, by F.J. Cheney& Ox Toledo 'druggiat"wlio'm3y.n : _
tie have
4' the prtsent'.cooditionjof the trade in, the in vogue among. the', Florida growe i ,found among a lot ,of. stone,' tin cans', market.if It is only taken constitutional, internally in cure doleS on from the'' it it on.buiUwillpro.-' 'c.' ,. .jft
)ff South.and1he trade prospects there The. ether was .a rich, dark, brwn in etc., dead. He was surrounded onfall; ,1 d""?*to a tea xmful- It acts directly upon. cure .promptly for :'any one: who __ CURE -

.. lieu several'contributions ,from Florida ap. color, somewhat more'Insist and very aides bfJ barrier, and it.is probable that lblood8Dd )llJcon8-8tIr/IM:180f any case it falls the to.cure.system. wishes to try.iC. izfiot accept'any' l ,

______ 1DtrchlDts.\Vh1I! these'reports 'gener. strong and. .ggrable' iu its odor.- The "he' :crawled' into.the place and.was overcome and testimonials.Addreia substitute, s (
S 'a1lj. II to difference,: wis, by the.cold 1)efore.he' burrowed: 11' J.CHon ell Co.Toledo,0.. '
strikirg to
) agree a'dfprewion in trade dur even one un .SoidDrugg1ztsIo. ., '. CALIFORNIA. f 16 SYRUP CO. "It'Sben _W' 'S
ing.the alr familiar, with'tobaccos.1: -The into the'earth.! : Starvation and cold ,. ,
''f put -Ieai )they ire all: it tion. '
1\: ,hpcf.uaifotho.present: ; ycry cured tobccco. would:,.ccMtinly bring :caused his 'death, .When found he.:was S tomviue.SAH FBAMCISCQ CAL .NRr. vf ..
nutJfOk-the XT.new '
-gri5ntoemeut ol tbe' :-orange crop entering fully three time'the price of. the o'her, standing in. an 'almost perpendicular ,__ :- ,rou, R.yBt'1efle" LECTROPOIS'VICTORy': i 3 Suffen'nffFKMALEDII.-;.; :'
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largely inUi.their estimates as to the fa. and tic. process:, :of .curiog*, Dr DePdss position., with his head between two TEa. OBLY GDt1IlrB-maIIew Dr.IL'-ell. .
: :vorabla factors said, "waf stones, S the.: C ,ALL,DJ.l
.s Influencing Lade, .In :the equly.'ruT cheap. It'Js The maR : '1 :w:1tha.: :: ASK TOUR OAU06II ,
snc6thi.) '.One'of ; '.all in k who Is "alone with his thoughts"" ... .: :ahIcUohJ.e; .. ,
,coming. : : our merchants 5 >., Relief'for Tight Shoes.Wiieu .' .often is surrounded byr the deepest solitude.' .1' B.ware'.r 1.llad.. Call a& oaF ccs ucI ": *t.oCmfTAHOOft PER -
isis;'r : }.< 1. sAt /-_ JVVben it ciame t6"'cigars, their ..appcsrance Naniah& apphcst5 uaaiDe._pssutL A book 0 IlJ.MD"fes OD : ID...
; ': present.Kritias.towiveV;-ill-is changed was even more Theywere : per share. Every two shares pa tewaosediDe9W7'_ Marnioskg.

a&d ptoipecte.zceLenrI 31i. orane*'crop mae fn 1r&tcJa5 marked! wrapper ; assonietimes happens,. one i$ secures Sc.forprospectus.A.J.IcBrdeAtlaijtaGa.3rany town lot.fortunes in the South. Send, Canilm.ueaqla. JWK'Uct.J'UII'Jda.1II BA'O .1..atafCJWtI..III.Ura.' aaU4.. liTlo..t.1URGI .'

.. ..1.IIeiII&jnorW M nod prices cotton bu larm' and, filiirijf ; thsunetbroughoutax4 -. .' 'forced ..to: ear.ao' uncomfortably, tight S, _' -. 4.ta,GeorgIa" 7 .-.0fJamlP I Iik ;, ,- .S '
:. ly&aodpboipMU} ) i' in good drmanJ.the th. awaked Havana shoe; it:.may be.-of. value to'know that man has made goose'of himself. ; -I.; .6 .
y ; gcnuiney a
B7 lumber bnaixgn| fa on * folded, c1otb.wehin
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_ 1. dema.Dcl.lor nJ atoru.: 'wt nilroJcl. "gar Ilalf niciaberu'o(< the laid over u
j f" ..).:. ina esteuded : :.JIIlaea Time Dton's'.ff.can.: .bear tbe'pinching i point:wil!|.often sj eed'v! "ate ron BROSCfJiu'-,St-flx4IoD Ftrr. Eratg PenelL A.riGta lIIaJdq.10 per Wet'k. 5"1 :
.! &re bdDt de elttJ..tf .ti.a i ,1 ibis i -and' ,thcj'iill!passed ; ,etonl"t. ford relief.: Change the ,cloth scycrar baero Airy Cosu&xs arkabl' "UrovtrrBroncMal fichu"' Small )io&cx R u'r.a.'EO.CO."X. IA Cl'OLVii. : "
' S 1o. .3 of w reaterjimtnat O&,,__.thtIILt1reCOI upon tb(m witboutknowiogstbere! or .times'toTccep. pthe; >hcat; which shortly tJtbare&S.*euratito .;_ Soli onlv.'Many"a. .':.1r--'-- I- =,reH.:,' : i' '
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indshapes to niaa .
ihcy..weremadel' the
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7'. % I tic In nropej f:We lie aUliopujg:fcr i "wL" 'foot. what : a good pntatibn 011 S G OnarantaM'to,cure 'Iffiioqg AttaoklL Btek.. U'a a&rady Tra "I =
.. ..: ,. f''; 10' )' \ an excellent buiinfa* taring the spproftth- "It jrcally.l.iok*;as.if. ; .Director/DePtss ,i; is not-round_out a'bout.limOurolcl'ftu _. _:.' "' Headache and C9astploes.L. 40 lD'eMCb. t ryy our'lubrieet..a side. I"A _
1.'.. ";. .'fli" ",' l-- '} .S ;c- .. bit solved) tbroblen'of curiig .*TEiyscsIpta'jh- horn show. In[New : /* .'eye-vrater cures earn. .,bottte.:Prteefflo.-'J'* isle bj druf'-1 TIJkZR$ OIL CO.-ANY. (1.+..saoa "
: ; > 0 -t' : 4M.Q03.and tha flamed eyesw eranaUted lids without Hctut,:fi| v.'ail IE'LL_ low I'eamt tnnrajiM MLidI .
>- .t. to 1.D.. tobsccoandTiesTho' : .., .Y I1r Citrus** exo a M : pat; aampto.five.. I

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