Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews and B.J. Farmer
Creation Date:
October 25, 1895
Publication Date:
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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: .. VOL. ,xyii. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY! OCTOBER 1895. ,NO..i ', 19.

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: i Awarded Fred. Martin is tbo latest en wheels.He ;
i" OU :'l9ulcf palll Ifl f GREAT CROWDS
.. # .. .1.' I Highest "onors-WmlCl': F*. has a nod ride like a I

SCOTT & CO.'S Jewelry Storejfhenjtimet .D : veteran at the business. / .

I Miss Guesie Kellpm, the accomplished ,=-d rM ._ ..j\. 'e flocking. .to .oar store
vg I daughter of Ex-County Treasurer Kellum
are good, bad or indifferent. .theie: fine October days, ad.wiring .'
I in tbo
M \f Y t ( was shopping .city Monday.No

t We ,are always willing) aud able to .t & i1ri,1 f' I trouble to show goods. Call and I .the beautiful !all

I 1 explain tbe character of the goods 4rJ. ,.I'Jl..:. :i'St.:j..,.\S.Jd-,,-tT see J. M. Alvarez's line of clothing} before I .. .ami, \l toter JfJoods in all --of ,.

we offer fr sale. 't ? you buy, he will l save you money. +9 : ____- ---_ 1.stir -
t d 1R: Jtn; ., t2oparunents. All effort* '. ,
j We are better able to snit the pocketbook %.\ori"S.l i l4 Shoes! Shoes! Shoes: better

Because than ay local ,or neighbormg s't: .f. 'ti:1: er than any other hcmse in town. Come ?.. l ,; ... .of the past, great. as they' ? t
... ..,' Id"( and be convinced. J, $1.. Al- uLs y. .,
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'" competitor. h'\1: g Nfi see '.Jw.11'Sl '1'/w tli,4'A '
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.ifI' :;< t.5,1 .:\ varez.J. were. ;. Jar par-
Repairing will be .done in first-class : 1xtYYE'MOST .
.. tiffs seaiori.
passed by
I order, ,on short police and at moderate r-r.,: .t, S. Griner.. the strawberry King of } f'Js. .
l prices. -1 <"/1. W' D'SJ II1' Brooklyn, was ja the city Monday. Mr. . Abundant of this r>

Grintr has twenty acres in berries this '
sho.' : side and
.J. : PERFECT MADE. season. IH xn on:jcv.ory .
: ;:;-.yco taL:r.'r P**-rjojn; Li v".r: P.ic- r t *
II I I A<;<::ure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free Try some Tennessee! butter .LAT 2. the '- '.:i::...: o.,' Lr\K3 T.IKDITN I.i '.. in all depuit.1H.'ilts. our poi-: x "
fiqns Am-fjoila, Alumormyotlc-aduUlwt. pure ... s
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40 YEARS THE STANDARD. at McMurray's and then you will .. -.icy of the "best good u'i
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"Home. "
._ __ ______ ._ feel like singing Sweet : ".. .. -. : : : ,:
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H' (Home." < e fiat :.c. i : : :>l\C i! . lowest, prices'1 p.rJv3lil 1$
::jrr'l their: 1''t! Sid \7oro rf-vfr tUsippolnloo. t .
', We noticed at U. D. Miner's, in :. i:uv an?:'her frood reoairaencUti I -- "-.--
I e Johns' brick block the ;,-. f r it; :-*, thai: it it BETTERrn.v.
near depot
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a new selection of cuff buttons, collar .:? P.r/-,. :-'-v?'r f i;:ee.' ru-ver wca- I Strike : I

Local items Picked Up Here buttons, rings, scarf pins, etc. ens, buVivri t"h; ;in"easy* aadnafcura1 .
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and There. I The 8. L. I. A. will give a Parlor rel f c:'.::J.?-? f.u.iivi' .1 r.uro.ind; : one : >
feet! newi.U: L.L:1>.e.. II J ..",',". WhIethe! \
FO! ALL --- :Social and oyster supper at the Commercial ....'';'". .'.,,,>ry:. ".'.<.'",,".r'.. ._.:'n"r... .. -. '-_.. -"e.r.-1'l'."" TT. Y

,A NEW PRESS, ABOUT PEOPLE YOU f1'OW.1Intter hotel FrldIlY"Fening. November 1st. .'i.J \.'\',':')' i- -\ 'o\! t_:kt. .,-ar:: Eim-
**] v Supper at the usual hour. All are in-
is Hot.
!n >n.5 i..ixi:-;-, i:R..r.iJx Iron ;

vi'ed. save y.-u ,i-t .1. T5i{ *> II'suiitlai -.! K
) that Have Occurred or %. I
Made ,- .I.rl.LrfiiiI i
Elegantly ; '; :
Will Occur in the Near F i- I llr. J. M York, formerly with the :
''>.. P """ / : "-, I. : .Oir Fall campaign is on f '
tlre-faiitonle of a Week's wtarke Drug Company, will open a drugstore
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Beautifully ialpNlin fIo: iu Starke. at Lake Butler. }Ir. Y orlt is a most ":.-H : __ ._ .::::- .quick-sellinTbasis.; We have 4

--- estimable yopng! gentleman and will make WORK TO BEGIN SOON.
.. where keeneat
i .. .- .... Cay your shoes from N. J. JoneqSpcciil Lake Butler a valuable citizen.t Tle A. S. H. & G. t.. Enter the p n r

------ sermon hosvhate Uelt. . .competition will not.touch
for children
: bargains ,in shoes at )to .T. especially the

50 inc & Serge 65c to 75c. Jones'. will>e: pleached by Rev. M. II. Outland Alachua county will soon have 11'net- u tJ/4. We call special ,atuia- 4x
: Methodist'church work of railrnuls" especially in the western -
at the! 1 next Sunday .
,5'4-inch -Twilled. Flannel 75c.. }New buckwheat flour at Truh)'. StcinMnckrrel morning Qctober SJth. Parents are requested part where the richest phosphate deposits . lion to our. ;*' i

48-inch all-ml l Henrietta 65c. burg & Co' to see that their children attend : abound. The Atl oiz. :Suwanne i I .t .
River and Gulf the railroad that h being
and Cod fish at Truby. Stern- this service.Mr. built by the Ambler company, the line Line of':
42-inch Mohair black and colors 50e.
I *: burg & Co's.8c'lonl Wrn. \\ alter Jr., who came downto for which has been surveyed a1 far as

42-inch' Brocade Novelties. 35c to. 50. Superintendent Dekle was in look after his father's affairs left I a few's Bay on the Gulf, will soon be I .. -p

38-inch all-wool Tricot 35c.42inch town Momlny' days ago for his home in Brooklyn N. Y. extended west as fast as pos iblc until it Goods

i i Charles F. Pace E*q.. is Mr. Walters' crosses the :South Flersdu division of the IDress ,

alhwoo.1 black and colons 40c to 50c.48inch A good buys' pants for 18 cents attorney in this city and Information per Plant system at Wade in the northwestern

Henriettas at J. +1. Ahiinz's. taining tq the estate can he procured by portion uf the county: . Bought almost' in every in-. .
silk finish Henrietta $1.00.42jnch --' calling on him. This road is now complete as far 53Alachua j I.
For li grippe use Powell's Fever Cur? . .stanco fr lttlte manufao-
silk Henrietta $1 to $1.25. and already it h doing a paying
warp It never fails to cure it. Ladies and Fellow; -Citizens:-
W hen get tired of old.goods freight and passenger bn&incsi. A repre- ... .jturcr, and; marked at oER...
38-inch Fancies and Novelties 20c to 25c Onion nets and JJermudti onion seed; you gentative of the Sun met a prominent .
and high prices dow to McAlurray's -
comp .. .
petition prises. ,
at Truby. :Stemburg Co's.Col. official of the new road Sunday and .
blue brown and ] (at Martin's old stand) and .
Black, tan froadcloth asked him for information in reference to .. __._
4 ; i'ud Mis. L. li llhodea of Lake buy your groceries fresh and new, -
1* yards wide $1.00. the road. From him the representative .
for cash. 1'v
Bitler, Were in town Monday. cheap "
learned that tne work would be resurued InClothing !: ,

first-class. piano for sale or rent. Apply The TELEGRAPH'S job printing department about November 1st wheq large force of i ...

A full line of Staples at hard-time to Truby :Sternburg & Co. primed 1000 caution labels for theEntenzu men would be put to work on the line. '
It is the intention of haul A
cigar; factory a. few days ago.: the company to y :
and Shoes lower tbau For la grippe! use Dr. Powell's Fever This is the second installment of these freight to and from the phosphate hell by .
prices -
anywhere Cure. It "never fails" to cure it. labels prt tea for'Mr. Entenfa, and sig- January, and perhaps sooner. They

else. Special\ attention is called: to N. J. miles thut his justly popular. cigars. are have received very liberal encouragementfrom andOents' -

Jones' new stock of capes and jackets. finding a ready. market. the citizeus of the west end of the .

"..::: ,. .-. ... .. county, some of whom haye given them t '
New dress goods-the right kind and The musical i talent of the Methodist the right of way through their property.The .

right p 'ICl:8. Tiuby. :Sternburg & Co. church is due much credit for the excellent Ambler Lumber company are building Furnishihgsmm

STAPLE GROCERIES l music furnished. the services held the road for the purpose of reaching "
Garden pens! Bermuda union seed and i
ouion sets at Ti uhy, Slerniiurg & C'J's. iu that place of worship. The IntbeQ1rendcre the excellent timbered :ands of West and . .\V'e are l leaders. The SHOE
last Sunday by Misses Gene
Middle Florida, which have never been
fall and examine for yourself.: Dr. Tate Powell>IS removed his office Swayne and Lutie. Smith and Col. C. L. disturbed. In addilion to this they will ,' Uepai tnietn [Lit our pridt.:

to the siorc ot. the Sturke Drug Peek is especially worthy of mention. receive shipments of
company Some phosphate . Can fit ;your feet aud yo.r >
----- The stock of lock which will be of very material benefit -
millinery purchased bj'lrs..E. .t
In shoes our stork is very complete : to them.-Gainesville Sun. . .pocket-l aok withont tro 1tl..
) R.'nkov ki her visit
!> during to .
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T. A. KNIGHT prIces PICVil Tiuby Sttihurnj .
., &; C.. Baltimore has arrived and is being tastefully Change oi Proprietor, . In HAT'+M" -.i -ve the latest l .
displayed in the sore next door :o Dr. Edward L. :Stewart bus sold his "
--'-- Fraz'-e utteiuied tinsession of tin t J. Jones'. Mrs. Witkovski .. .:shape*. amT& mach M
t. J. L tic. displayed drug store to ]\Ir. B. P. Smith, who will *i,1

cncml court fI\cr at Green Cove tin excellent taste in the selection of the continue the business at the old stand. . less pricesfaVcovife! asked

1;.. R. SWEAT I week.Buy goods and the ladies who call and inspect The business will still be known us the '' din g

your-onion--seeds--of H.- C. Heibcrger. i them will be well repaid for their trouble. Starke Drug Company, and Jirs Stewart: .elsewhere for Ujj l"* pate good. t I "*
and Powell will offices In the e .
Fresh lot just received from Dermu..J Fireman Walter Peterson of the A., 5. occupy rear \

Goods I. R. & (}. passenger tarn, was the victim of the btore. ,. .The GROCERY I 7XBrT- IfMENT
.Jry This step is taken by Dr. Stewart in order -
A lace acreage: of stn'whl'Tlil's.hns. : of quite a severe accident Tuesday afternoon that: he may better serve his l large; and . : i is ; brapl*, ;%
lie the tront of the
was coupling
i planted and more ure tll I I( th"7lUOlt ,1
already brew icitin. '
practice a phys> .
growing .
engine to a car, when, by some mishap I .. in thbreo' fOur
f! follow. Mr. Smith the new proprietor of the
Notions I I his hand got caught; between the coup- --....--
drug sure li i nil tnterprismg. upright 1
: The 1l1.' of the household! goods,'etc. i loirs. Ills loft hand was severely bruised a -
j I young gentleman and the TEitciumhpeaks 'I . feppciajiies- thtU |
oj the G. E. Campbell estate took place Ins wrist broken und one of his legs somewhat : -
for him succi-bsful adruggist. :
career as
I bruised Dr. Stewart dressed the
)'est'rf /I.'y. j ; 4
; : Furnishings Etc. 'wounds and Mr Peterson is able to be .. !
and Mi Gn kins and taking ---- *
Dr. *> lions are i ardware.
P out. though feeling somewhat the worst There is no doubt no failure, when you l Pt
in the at the Atlanta i
sights expo8itiou ,
for his experience !
take DeWiu's C-Mic und Cholera Cure.It '

' : this: week ,----- Mr. Thomas Duwlin one of Bradford's i is pleasant acts promptly, no bad after I land' Furniture 1 1'S

LATEST STYLES. We are buying cotton,. ports to Hit "all-wool. and a yard-wide" democrats, effects. Starke drug Co. :

notwithstanding, Stern-
contrary Truby )looks with pleasure upon the approachof

burg & Co.: the next county campaign, and expresses WE GIVE .Ie.Parttpcrta. Here you wills br

I J, L. Matthews! one of. West Brad the wish that we bad a county t -iollderld .'.
for' 's prosperous young farmers, na in ell'ction.every'ear, for says he. "it makes I t.

town Tne>d.iy.: the lima pass oft more rapidly! we all PRESENTSWith l .. good and yAn cannot ftit i!
have lots of fun II.nbut we won't tell f -f4

Wednerday wu cntl\n duy iu Starke. I i I the rest of it on our friend. "Tom" is Livery 2uc. Purchase. ![ .to be pleaded.+ J t with the bart -- 'If f]I

The Greets were thronged all day with distinctly in it when it comes to cam- ,: . : will -
I; gab.J.f give jotu. ,
: cotton \\;.gllns. I and his influence is always felt ,r.
: punning .
HATS AND SHOES: -----want hard. one way or another by thosa who offer Note Some of Our Prices: .,, .
You all kuow
vy'itn: you themselves for election. 201bs. C Sug1\r.... .....d........ ........ ..$100
ware, that we are headquarters. Truby, 11 Ibi. Standard Granulated! Sugar: ......... 1 00 I Remember..

Every.. pes.tiptiQn.; Satisfaction quaranteed. Sltrnbutg & Co. Friday, November 1st. Waldo LodgeK. 16 tbs. Compound l.u-d.: ...._................ 100
; of P. will run a special train to Jacksonville 10 Ibs. fLa.rd.... ...... ................ 100
31r.! \V". A. Core, the efficient young 6 iba. Block'a Soda Crackers.............. 25 I! .. .We. still buiin .
{ everybody an are doing f%. .
giving opportunity
preceptor of the .Nebo s::(htrol, was in 2 Ibs. Lemon. Crackers .. ... .... "... .. 25
town I last Saturday.Miss I to we the w.orld-famoqs tradgedian, 2 Ibs.: Ginger Snaps I .. ...... ..... ...... 25.I Ii .at thy old uttnd. ,.
Frederick Wnrd in Damon and Pythias. 2ca.nsCorD(jd Beef. S5 i
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; OCERIES Bessie euertnined her The train will pass Starke about 4:30 .3 cans.Roast Beef.,-. >! .

,. young friends with a delightful party,, o'clock the afternoon a ad will leave 2 Ibs. Cooking.. 15 1
121b: *. 23 ,
last Friday evening. I Jacksonville returning soon after; the. 12lbs.Meal-... 23!I r w5.TM,

.. py.* The fare for, the.round trip will And other ll.lDS: just 1:.&cheap.COME ,. _
Staple In1-PY.
aid K. Liddon and famjlyfwiU; attend .
31 1.
\' Fansy. Fresh ant( ComRlete. Stock.! :Mr. \ he '1. Thia.Ua! rwp opportunity tQ ace _r -, ..
the Foil Call camp meeting, kaviujtoday 'I
I L'' '' one of the moat famed attars ou the
.. .. -. ... .. I or to-morrow. I American stage at his bq t and should AND SEE US. I I S.TERNBuJfiM'

Try the Shreded Whole Wheat Bicuils : aot be mi ed. Foi further information
T. R SWEATSTA RKC. -something elegant for breakfast: -. : inquire of Mr. J. E, FutcSi! at thfi court; SAPP & ,. I &i CO"

LA.. at Truby, Slernburg A.Co: >.. I bouse. ttrorrqS\.TE: OS'S EOAKDISG HOtS f". ..

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.:.. *1.1ItOIHDA.fliil.ii' art 19,,1821.,The,title then'desce, ,""with the'borer, and .THE :SULTAN, .YIELDS A. P..'A'& 3IBRT. J1$' 1s.if
'.( to 'the plaintiffs i follows: T find ,the entire: --- '
'" .f it.. I \ ._ -iWIMi National Convention Held by the Order :_J, ... 'tS
:.. '-. Fish died.nnma'rried and without trees sour andj<< evidently \ ,

": c, :" r',: : I dren, a short time prior'to the c road to decay. What; is at St. Louis. ,, ,. ''- "

,':' ITEMS OF INTEUKST- GATHERB"ATKAVOOM. of the Floridas by,Spain'to the such trees?, Can they SIGN THE 'PLAN' ,OP 'REFORM The,.national conference 'of the Dfl1EDflLtT .'
1kE T ,', Will .live 'or American .Protective :Association met '' 1
'f"' ,'t. States. His only heir at law was they a year S '.... -0.
i ':2 ., y mother, Sarah Fish;:who died in die? Will'the] ,shell \ IN' ARMENIA at St.;Jj'-uis,, MoS,. Monday' morning. : :J'D NO F1Gfl1'1NAR'
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rj : ;'::!Ii.- :t 'and' bark.' bo' enongh All of officer's most of ,:...rl. ,.;..a.'I't_
: r "; ;, : i ', ';' :_ intestate._ Her only heir at ,law the supi-eme ,and .'& ', ;
.. her grand-daughter, Jessie B.' : the tree and .en' As 'Demanded the state presidents were iu attenda.nee. T i"I:;
; : vrs- from ,all I Parts of:the State who shortly thereafter' crop'of frmtor_is it 'by England, Frftc* and the hall was packed. 'The; ,objectof Hot Springs Sports ')hIsr: '

with Charles down at once and de and Russia.A the to organize the' :::
: 4. Summarized. B. Furman of meeting/was I Position In the !i4'
ton, 8. C. She died intestate new sprout for a future national advisory board which'was'appointed 1 _-- "j.

as heirs at law her husband and : of this one ques- last year at the Milwaukee -(*!!'
Governor Clarke'took'M'.from
There already a lively movement child, William Furman the son be worth many thousands ntantinople special is cable to the dispatch effect from that Con'Saa meeting of tho supreme council and ( Hot Springs for'. .

: the republican politicians of infancy in 1836 leaving his those who now have trees to outline a plan of action with regardto -
state toward the securing of plums his only heir at law. Old man condition, and it seems to, Pasha has accepted the scheme for re- the next bati campaign. Thursday morning' .Tb' \..,
form in talked freely to
: will fall from the republican! ad- B. ,Furman died in 1872, leaving a study.of tthis ques- Armenia drawn up by Great After the,.CQnfereQCo..;.was.caUed to to'tbe a correspo
Britain France and Russia audit present et"of'd:
n should the par;j be euc- whereby the said Anastasia the attention of our au' nowawaits order by President W. J. H. Trayner, p '"

: fu1 in 97. property, ay part of his real estate, if they are only able td the signature of the sultan. "Detroit, Mich., Mayor 'Walbridge ing the Corbett-Fiizaimm:
The scheme is almost identical with :He; was'asked jrh'ethe'rodfspatches i'zj Ot
; : devised one-half to his for the future. I :was introduced and made a welcoming .-
; 'Fire at few Charles M. one-fourth to but few groves in the the proposals of last May, in sub- address. Other, addresses.; followed "xwrrectly repo '
: Green Cove Springs a Furman -"' '
stance that the and vice eition. He replied that he.Iponl1ble
ago destroyed almost an entire nephew Richard K. Furman, and that have any fruit governors andtbe'co,4eie: c be ame executive; I for the ,, :
of Van 'Sivan
and but few where there governors Erzeronm At the' afternoon session the workof reports
of stores and dwellings. The remaining one-fourth to his
( Kharut and Trebisoml be Christians bad found nothiog.dnri ,
trill reach in the neighborhood of nephews B. B. and I. K. Furman next season-1896-but I the credentials committee was ratio
the hrni
or Mussulmans according to the inclination Springs cause t&mind
: partly covered by insurance of whom are the plaintiffs in this severe cold this season fied and a resolution passed congratulating about the
of the but either contenip
of which is carried by the Hart- The will wasadmitted to probate an increase of crop in 1897, population; the members Nashville Tenn., fiht.. .
the ;
vice is to bea ;
Charleston county, South a still larger crop as from governor or governor upon their recent victoiy. It is possible -...'
I have been able to Christian, and the appointments aret /'Is it' a fact, goTernor;
2 that Stevens or Michigan '
July 1872 and was Judge "
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be Local have the citizens'. '
confirmed the promised
i corded in from bearing seeding by powers. will be chairman of the advisory board. ,
the court of St.
county '
The executive committeent St. the
Aug- that would let
and state officials are to collect the you local
i: for the entertaining of the county Florida.It to bear in three years taxes and enough is to be retained Speaking of the proposed national' cope with the matter 'i4 r
will not bud money
is claimed by the plaintiffs growers we political movement President Trayner
Editorial association
next before it is forwarded to Con- circumstanceswouidyou :ca
the United without some fruit from the young said: "It is not our intention to forma -
States right
and few I.
met organized a days stantinople to the of the militia :of the state to sup
pay expenses
The National Editorial tie, conveyed this land under meantime, our citizens third party or independent move
aSBocia- local administration. Complete change fight if the Florida Athletic .
consists of about 1,000 members, swamp and overflowed land act to to live without the orange will be made in the judicial system. ment. All we want is recogniti >n on going on with itf.;;
if learn that lesson from the national
nd holding their next convention at state of Florida and by the they Torture will be abolished.The political parties. ("There is no fo'."ndatioo% '

Augustine 'will be the means of through the trustees of the Int a more prosperous police will be composed of The party that recognizes us will rumors,!' replied the gover "!

: at least 2,000 people to the Improvement Fand, portions of ever. Christians and Turks equally and the get our support. The, advisory dispatches that have .appeii'
board when organized will evidently -
; and county.Washington land have been convey d to laws against compulsory conversionsto press of this morning attn
---- the parties to thi suit. The enforced. appoint a committee to pre- in '
SKIPS our. Islamism will be strictly promises to me are o reit.
county makes a good land in controversy Raid t o be ----- The ambassadors of the powers expect sent our principles to each national no such assertions either'pr '

i'K ng in taxable property for the $25,000 and a hard fight will be I Man Gets Away with Three that the whole question will be Oars party is and demand; recognition. publicly, and I regret very,E' '

The tax: books how the by the plaintiffs to secure Thousand Dollars. finally settled during the course of the !, a representative body, .com- they have been" allowed; )'

interesting facts: Total of it. Notices of the suit have secretary treasurer week by the promulgation of an imperial posed of all atiouelities/ Nationalityor p int.". t.iI t...
creed is bar to Out
of property. 81,274,507.73 ; real served by the United States of the Memphis Tenn., decree. Contrary to general expectation no is membership.more 'Hare your views in iega '
; $917,085 ; No. of polls and his deputies upon nearly Heading Company' has the high commissioner who working openly contest been modified in any
than ahd
now ever before if I had I '
; total county taxes ((8} mills) the many defendants, and these several days. Ward is will be charged with the execution of about it all sessions would my be "They have not. I aie '.

t ; total state taxes: ((4} mill), fendants are required to appear of the liberty he is this scheme of reform will be a Chris way We have our to hide." Hot Springs to see if thee
public. nothing
2 ,' : ; No. mills assessed 13; ex answer on the first Monday in N taken with the names of tian., This was the hardest pill for some common ground thaw, <

: : 1 mptio El. $3O35 ; No. horses in coun ber. _ _ ; and business friends, the Porte to swallow and for a long GROWTH- OP THE SOUTH. firM to eland upon,but after

881; cattle in county, 9,584; sheep WHAT SHOULD BE DONE? potent with bankers. time it threatened to bring ,about the -- ly investigating the mattei,ot.

goats in county S.G31 ; hogs, ----- in the shortage I most serious. complications. The Industrial Condition as Reportedfor find none whatever.'I en

: ; total value of anhnals 107205. The Outlook for Orange .. \ that his forgeries will the fast Week. %: same views that I did pri"

Florida. about 000,000. Of this INSURANCE MEN ARRESTED. Beports u to industrial conditions ia the and cannot see'howl cau' "

Major T. H. Handbury of the We reproduce the following by local bank, $iO- oath for the past week are favorable. Variable thing savoring of a prize figbt. '

States engineers, was in Jack- esting letter written to the York city, $12,000 in A Bitter War Is On Between Them at i iI [ prices quotations well maintained for cotton are', bringing generally ia keeping cotton pulled off in Arkansas's ter '

: a day or two ago and in an Tnion by Mr. Johh F. Rollins, of the remainder by firms I Chattanooga, Tenn. j I in considerable quantities, bat the bulk of the The governor talked pIe

with 0. H. Smith, secretary firm of Greely Rollins & Mor in Memphis. Ward Eight members of the executive crop will be held: u planters aro better off fi- firmly and the impression Q"j

the board of trade said that the representatives of the Florida confidence in busi- committee of the Knoxville Tenn., \, naneially than any vear nines the war. Diversified that he meant every word he,

S of United States engineers company the great and circles and he secured board of underwriters who arrived at even though crops have pric been s have exceedingly been low. profitable The iron, that unless something inter'

to meet in Savannah and con combination of English capitalists notes from at least a :. Chattanooga Tuesday afternoon to ,: producers are doing a large buninreu at pat *- prevent him from so doing Wiclare ,'

the question of the improvement has done so much for the state. in amounts running arbitrate the long standing differences : factory rates.. It ia believed that iron quotations martial law. He paid
,Oumberland sound would doubt between the board and the local will be -intained, but not increased, Dude
no Rollins to $50,000. He also bor- a high- omplim'ent
says: I I but large producers are rot making con-,
to Jacksonville, as he was under During the past six weeks I have of the employes of agent, met with a very warm f tracts at present rate* for future de- "fIe stood like an old Bomb

: e impression that their instructions ited orange groves in Dnval St. which he was general man- reception. Capiases were served j j livery. A 20 per cent. increase in committee room n and would not '

to that effect. When in the city Clay, Alachna Putnam, Orange, them spurious notes for ou them as they walked into freight rate has no effect on ,business foalproduction that the proposed ..contest.on ..'.. '
la now large and is increasing as '
will visit the bar and examino ola, Polk Lake and Hillsboro known what' he did with the corridors of the Read Housecharg i the teason grows colder, and cob market is refusing to yield' '' to .

: jetty work and the work which the The object of my visit has been to but there are no traces of ing conspiracy against the Chattanoogo very act ve and prices are firm. The stea ly ward or syllable."' ,: .} ,

did on the river. amine into the present condition of speculating or dissipa- public by means of a trust to con- increase in lumber shipments is an orcourgging Corbett to be J&11ed/4.:f;
l : feature of the situation. Lnmb ices are
best information to be had trol rates. They found no trouble in pi A line of action 11"' "'
groves in which our company is pretty firm and well adhered to. Cotton mills seems to .
:E. W. Amsden. of Ormond em- ested and to decide whether it half of the money was se securing bondsmen and marched in a i bat were well Blocked with "Id cotton hava agreed upon in the Cbrbeti-

in.the palmetto berry business worth while to continue to the last six months. body from the courthouse to the appointed I clone wf-11, but new cotton is ran' ing too highin I mona matter. Thursday ;t '
proportion to the ma'ket f>r finished goods.
S year, and shipped no less than them and if so, what was needed his wife are en route for meeting place, where they Southern textilo mill! however. are all doing:: Prosecuting Attorney Tesgtiw ,-'

t. thirty tons to northern cities, for manufacture done this fall to start the trees on ou the steamer found all tho local agents except the I well, and the mills started during; the present raut issued"for the arrest Of;

into medic'nes. He has provided road to recovery, what groves three prosecutors awaiting th !m. I season aro. a good. mmy> of them now in ac Corbett on a chargefco', \

t S a large evaporator for this year'sbUliine88 worth cultivating and what The arrested ofiic tlsvere President II[ live operation. I scommit'a breach of the '
.. EXrl NDING. j Among the important new ind.UMtrias incor-
J. Th
A. and Charles
IJecn't. Matthews
Dl\i: !
but feels very doubtful of were the most favorable for the { I I pora'ed or established in the southern FtateiI I entering into an agreement toda'il ,
4. S obtaining enough berries to keep itt of the orange, and any other Bands of Insurgents Make of Nashvill* ; W. H. Wheeler, J. C. I during the week are the K iigston Land and > harm to one ,Robert Eit
Johnson Frank Snyder and J. H. : Lumber Co..Laurel, Hiss., car.italE0OOeO) x.. ._JL '
running to even half its capacity. tion I could obtain an to orange for Liberty. hum the Terrell Compress Co.. f Terrell THUS, -"
Curry they to make :
S ... The extreme variableness of tho berry ture and the best way treating : arriving at New'York by propose with 50,000 cap.t-il' tho North State Lumber 1 TILLMAN BALKED...
I .crop is the worst feature of this indus- trees that had suffered from the Yumuri from Havana manager at Chattanooga to see that Co.. oll'.nnclp. N. C, capital $25,1)00.) an try. The medicinal properties of the I: have examined at least fifty say the terms arrived at are observed by dieK-nnwly Ca-i and Mining' Co c.ipta1.: Convention Delegates Relax is
is spreading west- the agents, nIl of Louisville. C. B. '12.WS. of Bluefield TO T*. Brick works :sro His oj
? Bidding.In
fruit'of bnt'recently in which is
the fiaw-palnietto have I our company bands of insurgents have reported at Spring Hill. Ala.' a tinning;: factory .
W. J. Dean
;; come to the knowledge of the and many otbers, with a view of districts which have hith- Thompson Covington; II lit Alta I omN, Texas a lar e co-ton: ginnerv the South Carol ina constitn
the information of Atlanta, and C. T. Band of Louisville Woodruff. S. li and a feitilizer factory at Senator
: profession, and are &s yet imperfectly I t"inlDgall One of 200 c convention Wednesday, :
S I party were given similar treatment on j j Off n b ro, Ky. Ice fac'oiiea are to be bultif
understood. The conclusions have come to man introduced as an amen ,
x said be
whom were to a former visit. { Chattanooga Telia, and Parkersburg, W.
of value to others as well ns to : rose in the vicinity of It inevitable I Va, machine shop at Piedmont Ala., and a the legislative article, a section'viding :
The Knights of Labor at FcrnanJina selves, though I do not claim to be miles from seems that the obstinate 1 lull fac'ory a* Sister-ville, W Va. that the general asem
twenty-five agents will be frozen out and their Theio is also reported a.i oil mill at Shilob.
and I j
to advice only the 1916 and 20th.
give am
declare! that is still year every
.5- thuiiqht!: on against the southrrn terminus of companies forced out to other agents N. C., a wood and metal w-T.iMp factory at '
the stevedore" npou what seems: to mc to be i! thereafter should refer''to tbeto
lumber whom declare Cliat'anno.a. Tenn. bed
t they runs across the island though the of the suit a spring factor ani .
S to be controlled, body and soul, ense. We have Another party has prosecutors are i i Anuigt n. Ala., a i-hoe fai-tory at Fort Smith. question of holding a conti
in all the counties named, among the first insurance men of the Ark.. and a tannery at Manchester, Ta. The al convention and'
;. by the'consigneeH.. They want 20 groves Del Kur. It has 300 .penaittiuy
- a view of rebuilding them as city. _ _ woodwork ng pla-ts for the week are at Gain s- held
cents hour for ) villa convention to be upon a JI1J1
,S au loading lumber third party is at ybarra, and Miami Fla., BhrtveporfLa., J .ek'lOllan
though they have accepted 15 cents possible. To ibis end we have where the rebeiii first i THE SALE CONFIRMED. S hoed out the lower limbs cut off 'rks to cost $30.000 are to be built at Newbp'rr
for loading phoRpbate. The lumber und where quiet was re I __ :[ convention once again lat
S. C. ,
S. 1I_ 'men'' say they will not pay 20 cents the roots carefully examined for In the last par- i Decree Rendered in the Central and The enlargemn's:: for the week include an tlie senator, killing the me

' ,, S antI assett'tbat they will have no trouble lice, all dead wood and birk, remo 150! men. The news of the Savannah and Western Deals. .adnof cinlit'cu tons daily cap.ctto: the by a vote of 65 to 47. Tho I

. 5,. in getting plenty la1!:>r >rs. The and apply lime and sulphur to '!\ have caused some excite The sale of the Central Railroad and F.acki.: ICP Co.'" plant at Frankfort, Ky., to a article after much talk ,has
the lice also have the kiting mill at Pb'e sbnrg. Va., ami to a fnr-
I county commissioners have refused to away; : It is also reported pjeied, save two sections, that ,nJij
Banking Company of Georgia and the ni'ure facto'y at De.umont, Texas.-Tradesman
the bill of $'.H J for tho t-erviccs of plowed out to turn under the ing to homesteads and that rel&iiain
S pay Gi.niez has. left 2,500 men' Savannah and Western railroad was (Chattanooga/Teun.)_ _
the BherifTa deputies the strike. and weeds.Vhere the young: '; 'I ------ tcrmarr iages. Before the recex
during and wiih 2,000 is :march confirmed by Judge Don A. Pardee in :
? They said they did not care to establish are strong enough, we arc Las Villas.___ I the United States circuit court in Atlanta TilE PULITZKR-JONES MUDDX. convention passed an amendment J

that as a precedent, and if their buds. I viding that no marriage shonld.b9'
Thursday morning. The counsel :
& pohitiou was wrong they preferred In many groves that have ':- >I<::,T STKVKXSOX interested Some Interesting Developments In the loweid between a white person i
i were all present in person Newspaper War. "
worked during tho season fine --
S have the payment made under a man- I person possessing any negroblooiJndge :
, 1 ,lamus to iabire from .Tudgn Call. have ,been put in tb>it have ma I Kxpo"'>tlon With Membersof or by proxy. I As n result of the Irgal differences Frazer offered a I

good growth. All are budded His Family. Judge Par ee looked into the termsof : between Mr. Joseph Pulitzer and Col- amendment to ,the'stittil<

; AlBa. SUIT.South I the ground, so that in case of a prwident of the United the sale und finding that it was made onel Charles H. Jones in the control all ouch preserve existing
e4, '0 iu marriages, now
accordance with the terms of the
the coming winter they can Adlai Stevenson, reached of the JSL. Louis Post-Dibpatcb, the '''Unc1eGeorgeTiWmade
.F& 'dd.%( Carolina Claim decree,. confirmed tbe sale of both property etc.
protected. In all the groves I ) Friday morning on the special service which existed: be- thejcct. roj
a powerful speech on
I fte i to AD;'dasla examined: I find but a small per ( Atlantic through train roads and ordered that the special tween The New York World and

; S 4e4dVe J office of the clerk of the dead trees, as upon examination II!., 'his home. Ho masters who made the sale, Messrs. The .Post-Dispatch was suspended j advocating of and"one-eighth1 showing$ theN lfrgro
E. <5 ssity saying
ed States court at Jacksonville wood is found almost invariably .. by :Mrs.: Stevenson, A. Angier, of the Savannah and last week. This service consisted Wood blood.J
instead of
.!; b en' filed a suit which involves the surface of the ground. I Stct'cnsonli8s, Letty Western, and A. E. Buck and GeorgeW. of news proofs, illustrations The whole, matter negro was recommit:

title of nearly all of Anastasia is- reason for our citizens to be Mr. Lewis Stevenson, and Owens of the Central, execute adeed correspondence, 'tc., together with a to: the committee. ,,:

opposite St. Augustine. aged as to the growth of oranges. : -rfoot, of Chicago. I conveying the property to the special wire from New York to St. The sections for the&dO*
V :; tSik3 suit is brought by Charles M. freeze has been a sad blow, but ; with Mr. Stevenson purchasers of the two roads. The Central Louis. This action, it wan stated, wrs ijjn.: of general laws for the cbsrkBSferf

Furnwj. of Summerville, S. C., and groves can POOU be brought back he did not at present: was sold for 32,000,000 and the taken by Mr. Pulitzer in order to ge man:1fact*
A. G. Fl mao, of Greenville S. C., .I bearing if our people will only be in Atlanta longer than Savannah and Western for $1,500,000.This even f.>r R temporary restraining order towns villages prohibit|
and :
ing enterprises etc.
against Heary L. Mitchell, Wheie whole action of Judge Pardee completes ,
governor promptly. grove days. which Colonel Jones had secured'! i&
4 of the statJ of Florida; W. D. Blbx- not be cared for the owner tho party Mere the last act in the drama that to prevent the former from interfering ing special legislation thereon
:. ; ham, comptroller; C. B. Collins, treasurer I cut down the area U. > what he can to the exposition. grounds, began when the Central was put into with the latter's editorial policyand adopted. ",,

'S ; W. B./Lamar, attorney-general, for in good thape. One tree, a special committee ap the hands of a recsiver two years ago. management. ,_ BACK AT WASHINGTON.

and L. .n... Wombw lJ, commissioner cared for, is better than five the exposition authorities, The property has passed out of the In retaliation Colonel Jonci has set
.. -of agriculture; as the trustees of the worked. There are many points 'entertained during the hands of the parties who built up the the oDiciul rmil'otine in "carution RIBI] 'I'ba President and His Party llEa"

; internal improvement fund of the state it seems to me it would be wen for their stay by tho various old road, and it now becomes an outside the figurative Wails Managing E.1- the Capital Safely. >

: 5' of Florida; tho Florida Coast Line I I state authorities to look into in of the city. corporation. itor I'1'jrt-ncn, D. White, Advertising The president arrived Waah Dt

... S Canal! and Transportation Company, I I I'ectiou with tho freeze and its The question of attorney sfete did Manager C. :Steigbers and Cashier Ed- tAn at 4 o'clock Tuesday aftern< *,

: with headquarters at St. Augustine; \:: The many thousand people LOCKED OUT. not come up, and it is not probablethat ,ward Bnttell dropped in the basket He was accompanied by private seC".

i," the St. John's Railway Company with I I the orange industry, ana the it will bo decided while Judge As Mr. White is treasurer of tho company tary Thurber and E. 0. Benedict, .hI

.5 : headquarters at Jacksonville; Horace i amount of money invested surely of Toledo Close ,, Pardee is in Atlanta, as the counsel and his signature is necessaryon has been for the past four days bis i**

; S, 8. Cummings of Washington ; Julia ,I I servo to be protected from such : Their Doors. I I have not put in their applications as a check to negotato its payment ut on board the steam yacht Oaeida.Li

) y A. Henderson, of Tallahassee Jennie I ters if it is in the of from Toledo 0. states yet. The vhiby
; II power man _ the 1 ark, seme interesting complica. president was met at the
p. 5 McGonigle and John N. McGouigle, I it, and even if only a partial inaugurated there has tions are looked fur. > his carriage which drove nim V?

L of St. Augustine. I tion or help can bo had, it into a lockout. The tool TENDERED TO PLOUGH. idly through the city to the white hoffl,

S S. The bill of complaint the plaintiffs'']I of great volue, not only at I the bicycle factories, ex Report That ----- USED A COWHIDE. The president has improved notab11

;;t, is to the effect that they own and hold i I I but in view of like troubles in Vikiflg and in the chine ',' hleWlilbe Manager of in appearance during the sum met'-

: i titlo in fee simple ns tenants in com- i j i[ future. .I city, struck for ten per I'I the Central. Lawyer Brown, ol Atlanta, Whips is evidently in excellent health. I*

1 mon to a tract of land iu St. Joirji":i In my trip about the state I in wages. Tho Manufac- The report that A. B. Plough, vice- Two Newsboys. addition to the recreation he seciit4

f county within townships 7, 8 aud 1)_i iotltb I been brought in contact with declined to accord I_! president and general manager of the The publication in last week issueof 'at his seaside home he manaz l t It
: of range 3U east, known ",s : the best growers, rind find much and Friday morning i'|: St. Paul and Duluth railroad, has beeni the Kansas City Sun, a paper devo- keep up with all current busia**

r. R "Anastabia," or "Saint Anaetasiu" fereuce of opinion as to-what is on the doors of their |'i tendered the position of general manager ted to scandals', of an alleged libellous which demanded his attention, and!I

, .. inland, said to contain 10.0UO acres, be done with frozen orange .I announcing that they !I of the Georgia Central, is believed article reflecting upon Mr. Julius L. consequence he returns to find ni"

if S : : but which in fact contains about 7.500 Whether to leave them alone, as This makes nearly 5,000 to be true. Brown Atlanta, caused that gentleman cumulation of work on his desk! *<*PJ

' ..' acres, excepting therefrom what was i have done, or cat them down and idle. Mr. Plough is at present in the to administer a cowhiding to two a great number of vacancies create".

:;t known at the time of the Spanish : .vaLe as many others have done. factory is at work in south in company of President Hayes, news venders who it is said, had sold during hi3 absence and for whici, **

1i grant as the "King's quarries:," the ;I own observation leads me to except the Viking. of the St. Paul and Duluth and Cen- the papers in question on the streets. most instances he has practicallY! a**

:- boundaries of which were marked by that to cut and cultivate is tho are at work but other- tral authorities in Macon have been "Eoxie" Callaway and Joe Bowers teimined on the be *"11*
,. takes, the same being about 200 acre'i : In the cases where the trees I in, iron and steel manI I i instructed to pay especial attention to were the victims of Mr. Brown's wrath 'T1&kt'

':...' '. I lying on the east side of the old King' at once killed to the ground is at a standstill. I II I him and to show him every favor. and indignation. Both were thoroughly -
: : road between the same and the old are many interesting and j chastised and show marks of I : Children Cremated. a."

t light-house. questions that deserve the Two Big Ships. the whip. Boxie Callaway has '
Insurgents Will Blow U,, Railroads em- jMrsl: Miner living south of MIl
'I' S The plaintiffs claim that this tract of ",ttiulr of a skilled man in I American Lloyd Steam- I I, Advices from Havana state* that the ployed the firm of Glenn & Rountreeto I :lin i Ark., locked her two childre.

"t.: bIi was granted by the government of and chemistry. :Many trees that has orders from a ship insurgents in the represent him, and that firm will aped Htx"and four in B rcolI,
,It. S Spain to Jose or Joeeph Fish on .JU J out shootaiu the province of Santa institute a suit for years
!! spring, high up : at Govan, a suburb of Clara have circulated $10,000 damages in whilo! she went to neighbor MID"
( :19, 1735! and that the" ritiund trances Lave since diet down. ; for two steamships lug the inhabitants: pamphlets advis his behalf against Mr. Brown. Roxie While the house a fire an

1.S: .1h,1 Confirmed by the United are still! alive and have: made will exceed those of not to use the railroads "I j also declares his intention of prosecuting the children gone cremated.mother cuaght The

,if_:'i. by treaty with Sp-iiu on IVliru- meU- growth of sprouts have and the Lucania. as they have determined to : Mr. Brown for assault with in- were hl
blow f
them up with dynamite. tent to murder. it; is thought, will loS' -
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Charged. With Contemplating an Assault Arranged to Test tbe Arkansas ,-Law _
PIMPLES DLOTCKEl I on "lanky Bob." Against' I'ugilism. [. .

I Champion Corbett arrived in Hot 'According to'the; opinion of the betlegal ,New 'Florida.ami .Nortliern'Air Line 'arid, ,

1 "I AND OLD SORES Springs Friday morning at 11:20 from talent in Arkansas. : there, ,i!; r. 4
i !! '' Florida Trunk Line. ;
training quarters Spring Lake wothiog in th* laws the state by .' _
: CATARRH MfllfiRia! und was met at the depot by Sheriff -ibich the couttst between Corbett TIME TABLE IN EFFECT. JULY 8, 1895.;' ), i"'

ASH, POKE ROOT_ ..._ $ Honpt, Manager Brady, Joe Vendigand Hud FitzMmmonH can 'be; prevented .....'J': .
other friends and the officials of The matte/ submitted of I .. '
was to two I >' h
ND KIDNEY TROUBLES 0_ + .t' eo = NGa7ReRN: .t-.... "_' .. '
... .. .. .. .
the Florida Athletic Club. There co -, 1 ,
was he beet lawyers in.the (state and they: gb '- POIXTStf .l"- .7. .
kes. and DYSPEPSIA ,: a great crowd of people at the nave given their opinions 0:}: A I Q A. ..:..!. :: Q to ""_ .'..,. ,
depot to witness the a.rrval of, the In order to clinch the .matter and -- - - '
I 2r-OP.t3t"1p..;. 620p 7 30a 1VJ'kstt7e ar 103'a940a: 940p ..... 9 (AHs 710pC20p- .... t
Cures pre_tlre1.ft..areclb7P.P.P. ) party. Corbett, Brady and the Bh-r' .rt vent any interference. on the part 247 5 :!{ll'I. .. ,70.V 81a ....YIl11-e.." 852p .....: r!a w
s ous Root and Potas4.: entered a carriage and drove to tha ,:f the legal authorities the official of a 0'21' 5 45p/.q i: .... ...... Fnun IT 9. La 6 3703p ...... Z a5a 6 t.'O 1o : ,
.-Prlck11.sum..tho Ash.groateat Poko blood purifier onartn. + office of Justice of the Peace W. A. the Florida Athletic Club arranged ... .. ...... ....... & 845uI03Ip 953a:'Br'jsvtckv 742.1 3 .....t ....;. .... .... .,, .-
..... ...... ...... '.,: ..... ..... ...... CJ -,
Blood Poison ABnDttf.o..Ja1721.189L. Kirk, where everything appeared to be 'or a clove contest to take place at ...... ...... ...... 4-" a U 42allSOa 'Savannah55.'a 444pf.
HESSE LIPPMAK Bao. Savannatt.Oa ,, in readiness for the judicial proceedings uce. It is their purpose to have the ...... ...... ....,. ... 1041t255A. ; vS""nn'n! ILl' 546a 4 i.UP.l2 .... ...... ....... ;
-S ,t DEAE BIES-I bon bt a bottle of that had evidently been agreed contestants arrested and: taken before ...... ...... ..:.... 7:= 1e &h 14IparFa.raxl'1 350/ 232p ::::.c ............ ..... rc
;your P.P. P. at Hot SprinF9.Arlt.andIt C, ...... ... 't0 ..... ." : ... ......' 'e', ';;I-t l
um a ism ban done mOl more(rood tun n three The sheriff presented his pris- Duffie to determine the matter .. .... ... 6301nus.a. 540p..2,:,1 .... .. ;
months treatment at the not Springs. upon. fudge ...... ...... ...... 1,1 2 ,op "Deutuirjc": (. J. 'J p c ...... :..... ....;..' '.' ,
bend throe bottles' O. O.D. t- oner to the court. 'At this junctureMr. m the courts. ...... ...... ..... 4 Op "'Oolam 'Ia"' 1 :JtJa.. U'tOiS46I p' ........ ............ ;>..
Scrofula I BespoctfUllI:ronrsEWTON, 'J' Martin, attorney for Corbett, en The decision of Judge Duffie will ...... ...... .... 'ilu5 .... .. .$t 1''ft'n t'I:" ...... ...... 2 >S......i ........... .- .. .t''C '- v
Aberdeen, Brown County, (XCapt. ( tend the court room and presented a probably be given out immediately. ...... ...... ... .. i000a ......,"lihevilleu ... .zo:.............. ...... "" .JJ .
.3.D.Jobnsion .. .. ...... ..... 70' .f847i o _vp "CharIotte"U gip Rk,! ....... ...... ........'( : a.
P."artDe the blood..balls up petition for a writ of habeas corpus If he agrees with th opiui ns given ...... ...... ... .. ::)..-;.;.c 9S3i"alisI.'iry"lJ43pl"Gr'uabtr. ..... 7 3Pa v 3 ....... ............ .:.
-k water ab aguesei: le Jb all whom it may concern I bergti( addressed to Hon. LelandLtatherman, by the lawyers, the fight' cnnn.t be ...... ...... ...... :;;-= 1015 ( 747p 804: :JJ; .. ..... ............ .
.ctrina the patient health and by of P.testify P. for the eruptions wonderful of the properties skin. Iloflrred ; judge of the chancery court of Garland stOppf If he decides against the ...... ...... ...... --a: ; 11 40.1 13 OOp ".D nm'.lo: 610V .4511 =: ...... ..... ...... '. '
s where ,ictne s. Rloomy for several years with nn un- '" ...... ...... .... .. .'=:: _. 205: ...... "Uichm'nd""LynchbV ...... 123ia1" IlOBig :: ..........., .. ...... ..
and latitude Bret prevailed. eighth %nd disagreeable eruption on county. ,Uhlttic club un ttppeal will be taken ...... .. -I:: ... ;) ...
known ...... .... : I45p404p 153i3S5v .... .43a I: ...... .... ...
aeeondary and tertiary my bat face.valn.nntil I tried every P. P. P. was remedy used f The warrant for the arrest of Cor to the supreme c' urt. It is believedby ...... ...... ..... 3' ;; ;=: "rh'rl'nvle' 2.27p ...... ..... ...... < '
for' blood'poisoning, tneipo- and am now entirely cured. > bett was'" i:hued upou a complaint by tho a' interested: however, that ...... ...... ...... M ;;: 83 'jU2V' 642k: "Ws;I'KtV'D'Uimore" U lOH94Ja 10 Olp.;. ............ ...... .
blood 11. malaria.and kin dyspepsia dUeaseal and like (Signed by) J. D.'Savannah JOHNSTON.Ga. ( prosecuting Attorney Teagno that DnfJIe will render favorable ...... ...... ...... ,:-n.::. u 8 05a .,. : 337p ........... .. ....... ;
phnpies. old chronic ulcers Judge a ...... .... .. .. .. 2 5"- 10 21,1 l'liiIaaleL" 7 20.1.I:) 55p! .......I............. .
scald bead bolls erysipelas. Siin Cancer Cored. ( Corbett has threatened to engage ina decision. .... .. ... ti20\ p !}.;" "Xe T..rk" Ala lia. 3 h, ...... ...... .. .... .
< ,. of
I -we mar .a without fear I
nTtnat I' P. P.U tbe best TagmonyfromtheMayorofSeu.aTe7. faze fight or glove cuntt-st with one Will Call Out Troops. ,
1'011.11 Uat CuHflitn JacK onVtlie \7aHi.jmt-'Il Nun. 37 an.l I 3S.
Liebaut 11 On
the world and makes .
speedy In and permanent cures Swjtnw TEX. January 1*. 1C93. \ I Robert FitzRimmons and has threatened Brigadier General Gei-rge P. Taylor -. -' ;- .
ea., Messes LIPPIJAN linos., eavannnh, and is about to commit an assault HOLLY SPRINGS R'OU FE.
(3a.: Gentlemen have tried your P. r. I of the Arkansas mute guard of I
e poisoned 'P. P.for a disease of the< usually [t and battery upou the pen-on or the: Forest reached little Rock Tuesday CINCINNATIJACKSONVILE.To S\ IxiniR. Chicago Sioux Cny.D .
*whose yetenw are City,
blood Is In an impure 00.. known skinaccerof thirty yp'trs'BtajHlinp said Robert Fiiz&immoup which X0.86 I t lIio3$.'_ .
and .ocnd ronof IS : assault .
eCit ld1rTe the r1 wonDorlfleatheblood and great removes all:irritation l. morning, being summoned by the -_ Itca.o. T ..leilo _.! LT .... ArT BUam'
lU ,
oetttolJens and battery is of a character en- ':! '.:.:_ ti p m
wop- from the seat of the n A Y.J c c a a 6 OOarnJSOOu'n r At:ait&. Lr I14S'pmClevelaml
of t'-e! i .Q
P. P. -Prtekl7 Aa7.' Poke and prbava taken any sorpailinp flveorotx bottles 1{:., 1 datigeriug human life. been closeted with the governor all tho :::: : 1 J.Lomvi J., o-_ -E::: .* .. ..Birmmsbain..... 25pm! : .. .

Potualum. and tool confident that another: courpo The petition of Corbett wa grantedand morning e:d it is impossible to fore- I ZQ 2< :_:._... N."i-hvi la., Zr:2... P 750I'm ....IIollyopnnl'i.... 720 m
& ). ..0.. .U* 14th.1893. will from eCoct a indication ccrcr It has and ales stomach rolievncl t the prisoner; was arraigned before ::. a- J 7 3.'am ......S'. Loas..4" 730pm135pm_
me tell the rei-uit of their interview. The Tivliatiapo'iaLvJaclts'v'le t
ipeak U the blcbest terms of troubles* \ LentLerman at about __ = ___- 1 fupm730pm .......Chlr.a.o ...... -
tc1Df11 from my wa personal oCAI f Iii. M.EIIST. E CLaucery Judge >ovirnor is planning for radical nctum I. .,.. Dnbnrme...... 730am
i I was affected wIth heart Attorney at La\7. noon. 73laU 6 aO p u ArVr.Cv.rMt 10 ...... :: :: :.
.. .... .
for : toward the crowd 70CUc ..1'10)U City
pleurisy and rheumatism prize fighting now S5i 84 .Lvl i 30.Lm\\. .. .
., was ana treated epent hundreds bythe very of best doln",11 EM DiSeaseS fifflea, f 1eC. r Tie first witness to take!: the stand .,t Hot Springe, aDd it in mid by those 4 ;50p 2 2' pm am : ". '[Jo'on.. 12 .,..., 'Xhrouith l'ulwlB.1sleeper,. St. Loaw and e ,
every known remedy mthDU'JII on was Joseph V*'I'dipr, by whose te4imo- who ought to know that if Corbett 830: ; 5 45 A n100pm Atl.._:&. h U 10pm ...... J4LCk nvi.le.! blecpeia I throngh Cl ;C&5O or '
ttlS relief. I have only. and taken can ALL DEUQG1ST3. bELL IT. r' ny it was proven that the defendant ...... 94>11.1) Lv AI.mta.II ........ ...... Sioux ity anJ Jacktiouvi.Ie: with but one
P. will
> of your P. P. comes into the state the
governor ...... .
has done momora .LIPpnlll A Roa BROS.FBOPB1ET083. hid made an ; I have ever taken. n. execute by (
& anytRayMi power .- -- --
your medicine_ to all glove co"te m this city on October the constitution and banish the entire .. ..... 'J- 0 pm !.v Allan. a.jAr ..... ..... .... h.11V:!Ay: Ll.E.-'l'mmtgh: Sleeper
dlaea Jaok ouville to Holly Holly to-
01 tbe atIOVG I Spr Springs
31-1 with Uo! ert' VitzRiinmuus fora ... Ar Cnatr'Xa 8 .. ..
= Jm9. M. M. YEARY. one mob 7lOp ? "
Hot and .
Up-.ft'oBl ock,Savttan alt,Crt row at Springs, warn rl KLn'lasCiy, (&ucha.u.e only.)
R ing9eld., Groen Qotu t7. Uo. "f 41,0 )0, under the auspices: I.. .. 72011.1rCln'na..'t A 8 OOpm ...... r
purse others into the state
against coming No. 6. a1ssounArkansas, IndianTerrUnry. No. 35 .
i.h of the Flor.tin Athletic Club. _. I .

Be'or the tewtiminiy of )Ir. Vendigwas FORAKEU CIIALKNGES: CRICK. Day Gnat on No 33 through to Athnta. G 2->!>m LT.... Jacksonville ...., Ar 1030am742ani
c mpleteil Att"rueyIartin requisled --- -I5pID \r.......Evireti.-....:Lv "
iltecbnrci-llor' : to allow )Ir. Is Ready to Open Debate at Any Time 74.jamAr..AJanta.L\114."ipm; "
Xo 3"an I It' ) ronnpctinn eaves At'anta at ....... Lv 5Jft
: 12 t'O: I'D Ar.Drratu 255pm520am
clrews & Middleton Corbett to d< part for Little Roc!;:, or Place. ll:4"1 R. m. ((I.' Chatau'gat. : art oia.: Jt&eou1) 00pm Ar.....Memphii......I? Lv
it's where he t Lad .n dl.lgcmcnt to :llclw dispatch from Eaton 0., says : nooja 1:0. p. m. .:>.:rpcrj to and fromvilicv I=> m Ar. ..Sprm=flM.. do.. ',Lv\ 61t1pm
Friday night. The erninecllor! era.itedth : Governor Foraker has openly 5110pmr..Klt C.t..r.1.v1031amNu

>r, but. Q'Ire.c1 the sheriff In challenged Senator Brice >! 61 IXOII. ,7 dos. S' '
rqnt or any South and tt'r.t I'lorlda aDd! I
SaID ann Food Stablos : anal 13IN.). 9 and. '14 and 10
s send a ilt-putr with i .in to see that he of his followers to a joint debate C Da.iiy. I D ily. NewOrteans. Dally: Daily. F
rtturmd o'u the niorr.nv. The court to be neld at any place and at -

then adj..uriit-d until Saturday at 1:30 any time. The reason for this is on ::; .. ...... 9) (03aaa Lv..Fernane .. ........ ... ..... 5Opm E I. = ;
o'clock of p ....... lOQlJlm Lv..C..Iahan' ....... Ar........ 35npm .. ;
a I FINEST TURNOUTS in the city. p. ru.I account an editorial in a morning
L 9Wp'l1) 9fJlI&U1) Lv.JacL.ouvUe.&r: 6 SOam S.5pm NG'
i I Favorable to Slupjsjers. gaper! entitled; Where Is Brice" 10c'P I: 10 5.j.lmAr........ l;a.dwlU! ........Lv 5 ::O.lm :HOpm :"
a1 Chancellor Foroaker answered that he knew he = 121:ian,1Z Olpm,Ar ........S arke. .....:..1.1' 4lw5atm 154pm -w
I Drnmmers' Teams and Drapi a SDBcialty.S Leatherman after hearing did not have a head of Lair like Brice == 124Sam 12 Ar..Wa.h..I..v 332an{ I2apan; a z
testimony Saturday evening, rei. ::: t7O\J1tU1 IMpm.\r..GainenlIa..LTil155uiiI15.'jILIlI.Q, : .
dared judgment that the act under but he did have his "political convictions ....... GOOpm t'........Cedar ........ .. ...... 7 4Gam :
and .that if there 132&10 1 :; \ .... .... ....... .c O..;. .: '
i Prompt: : ..0.ttaztion.: : which it is ought to the was a representative :: 'pm 249am 1231pm :. '.
z .
i pr of the in the audience ?" 2e9am Olpm Ar.......... .\.... ...,.. 20'JU11 120'PIDI! := = ,
x fight did not constitutionally pass!' f Ii .. wanted paper :) pO ..... .. 238'm, \r......Sllv-r Spring..Lr: ........ .. ... : .
REASONABLE CHARGES. legislature. The chancellor quoted > him to state to that paper = 3 OOam 24-lpm .u..o'.a .......... 1 (I.'i.un It lbm! c v; a
; I from the btato constitution, the legislative hat he was ready at any time for a w = ........ ...... Ar..TInmCJ.tWl<1a ....Lv .......1 :'tO.&m:: rO i
tI joint debate, where bo would answerill 'L1 42am 35'pn.r........Wlltl\7l>oc1.........J.v 1'!un ;'rj; =
corner Call and Thompson streets one block from Depot.BROS.. records, the rules of the' tw. of Brice's and then he 62iam: .,\l..msbl1r;..... ?Lv102aptn1 9SilID : e.I ..
houses rf tho ielnture; and from th' questions 72a() 4 47pm .1r..Tavarre.: .... .. ..Lv 9'25ptt 9JOam :< '
decision in the case of Smith against would have mm* tea ask Briee. -r 10 50am 6 lipm .lr..Orhndo. .... ....Lv tj 4q'm 7 45a.n =-. 4 :
: O ......... 53 pm Ar..Whtler rark..Lv ..... 8 30em : O bi
Campbell as a precedent to establislihis GOOD br e'alnj ivtii-r. uioiu with it .
... y 52'aID 4:9pm \ ...... Ca'hero..Lv019pm! 93'3..m =
> ., conclusion.The a dignity that i* rtbl'dIt'll| l-v the most c 54-3'11) 4 31 1)11) Ar..Lacoocheo..Lv 9 4'3pm 910am '; .. ".y
judge concluded as follow petulant. W 608Lm 503PJ.l 1r........Dade City........Lv !J27pm 84lm! : i : -
"The court holds thut the contest ;: 72811n G '111m .... ... n Cily..L. 812pm "H8lm 0 d
P. O. Flo. i- '---- -'-
Building Starke. J 9 00 am 7 ;iOm( } tr.........}1'alnpa ........Lv 700pm 7 (JOam t. V '
legal. The court finds that prim 5
[ ALERS, SUBSCRBPTEON AGENTS and fighting is brutal and an offense at Ui ; m :5 0e. 9511Lm: -Lv..Jlck- ;ouv.lIc..Ar 720.\1:1 -930'ID _c607pm e1O4lpm

u. of"A common law ; that a party engaged in t1 L 156mr.........L. 1:9: Citv..:.....Lv :i :Ham 45am rfl ,' I
+ -0' Ii'O ..1 121m( 1240I11.\r..L1V: OIl..I.v 45J&.ln 154am .. (
[ and Mail Stationers. a prize fight will be guilty of a misdcrneunor f.! '. CJ == .15.m 134pmar..Ma'li.on.........Lv 400am 1201am! '"a .
at common law. The writ o' .", .. o 410am 2 ;,2pm.r..........3o1iCp.lI ,........Lv 'wic!! !30pm bA
r habeas corpus is granted and the prisoner x C 1= 5' 20.J.m 337p" \r..Tillla.It<. ....... 2l/lam S 30pmcI =
__.t'Wr-- ordered discharged from .Y pro. ::0 s: I ; ..... .. 4 32pmr. .... ....Qn ncv..........Lt Ham. 6Spon 0 : i
cui :yo.t.:> 5 ' Jnncio: [],.. ..Lv 12 ..... .. 1.t ::
Instruments and Merchandise Wall eta. tody. .. \ ........ .
[ Paper, Novelties Through Pullman 11 OOp' uwla..Lv 7 :!:>pro 515pm : '
e made to order. Fall line of Sohool Books and Supplies. This judgment is comprehensive anti J !:> a.o Sleepers Jack ,nv.L'e: a O.iam -r.........:Uobi 0 .........LV :l S:pro ....; .. E-t "
I i Orders for Printing reoeived. Christmas goods in season. 1 is an absolute*d'c1aratiou of the invi -3 g ? a (0;) 10 New Orlean4. 73iam: \r..N.w Orean! ..... Lvkll 1 data ..... .. t!

S lidity of the legislative ants of 189 "d "=' x D.iily except Sunday t Connections at Tamp for bt P tf'jburbu3tee River/ and .
s6k'pd '. \V m b" Na Key Went and Havana eimer-i. At WaMo s.'eam-r for :Mel()+e. Connects at TallahajBoe -
and 1895! the first
making fighting
prize h- t:: B o-U for St. Mark C raI.pUa ant Apalachico'.a.: Cmueuta at lilver; Junction for :..:tahoooho_ A'i
: .
and glove contests a felony and th ,-- "" (II I river steamer- Co-in-jcta at O-ia'i: for Horao-'HSsa. I _
Wm TOf! amendifg act of 1893! a mi'-demeauoi .... .E.6 > t\, Al! bitcraRe! will> b c'v eke 1 from U linn D punishable by a fine of from 1,000 t-. ... C. L-':> tj: ".", office', 202 Hogan: street, as well as at ttu Uuion Dot> >t ticket. oik". ;
c. B. inr.uBowER.
t C tj
,' lyre $2,500. Corbett is at liberty and ..01 '":j00o '--'" bI Ticket A ent. 203 We t By street, corner IIoiaii. Jacksonville Fla "'. ,
preparations are in progress for :h.. ':! .;. ;; '..__ t4a r! ( N. S.PENSIXGTOK: Traffic Manager. A. O. :JlAcDONELL: .
great contest. cc Of tj G .. I'aifenger: Agent "
After the decision had been rendered ="'' "'"d cr CD : '

the attorneys for the state stated (IIOG00 .. .. -A 3
: Nd" 1,1: ; : :
would ,
M 4.y that they appeal the case to the: .__ jtJQ : xEl Southern

.JJ9"k ges Block, Star Ire, Fla.riHii supreme to expedite court as the quickly making as it of is trans possible !' OtD....":j 0. I 4 S I = ',:

0 ::::s .1'
cripts.It :- ...,

,finns! Ilrivin[ and horses in tile city Governor is given Clarke out, semi-officially niter hearing that ofLeatherman'a hid. I-tt hc... '. 'E.CD.(of) -gj IWz R at way. : ;:

1 iM decision, has decide tai v-. td N r 1"\ .
.1 ""o.JJ
1 ; ... '- '.11:' ifrsue his th
proclamation warning -
1itle'Horses. I riorida Atlieletic.Club against inrthi-i Ii3 "III: : P3 Ro ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE {j 1' .

Stylish Rigs. 'preparations at Hot Springs and nnlir H' i- --=-
tata ing the state mulitia to hold itself n --

=< [ "; t Reaso lable.Prlces and Given Best Attention. readiness for immediate notion.UNHOATS $* sls :- ,rri. 0 THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, /' '__:.. g\

o -h.
dimE LAUNCHED. flOp en 0 COMPARTMENT CARS DINING CARS.\. ..rd covert. :.

41pitl i.I" t;H.. :,..t ... Christened.: "e fi*

, \ .w The launching of the gunboats QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED. \e W'

Io), Xashville and Wilmington at Newport A. Bailey '.'

/ News, Va., Saturday was made the occasion I
* & North an.c1. EalD*. ::: v.rtb .n.n.c1. Woalt. :
of un unusual naval demonstration -I : t

Admiral Bunco assembling the : STARKE FLA. no. aa. NO. 3S. "0. uj I N0. 7.
: ALL TRAINS DAILY. "a..rt Ume "1.I'.ha& ALL TRAINS DAILY. I Uood..11 )I..Iea ,
*'* north Atlantic squadron in Hampton I .-

w :Road, opposite the shipyards, and .pr H"s
1 .' ? ;... Secretary Herbert, with a distinguished Everett -. 9 N am 8 4.) pm l vcrett, Southern.. 8 AO ptA 10 00 am
;I .._ .? t aye nnah, 11 5'J am 10 41 pm Ar. Huron, 2 4.S am! 4 fO pm
at party coming from Washington by Wholosalo and Rotaillloalor Columbia, Southern.. _. S 03; pn 4 roam Atlanta, 5 .c;; gal 8 30 pm %1 1y
iX. .CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA LINES special steamer to participate. Ashore ar. Charlotte _. 8 2U pm 70')am Chattanooga. 7 ]U pai '6 35 am
washing;on. 6 A2 am 8 SO pm Cincinnati. Q. &: C. 7 20! on 7 20 pm
Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows: and afloat a profusion of flags and M Pnltlrnore. Penn.E.K.. 8 U> am 11 23 pmr..Birminzham SouthI'm. 1201 n'a .. _
T* t Charleston, S. C., both ways. large crowds of people made a brilliant ------ in "" Phiiailclphla New York.Ie: ._.. 12 10 53 ham pm 300 620 am am SL Loni!. CalroSh.Un 7 30 am- --., '
f Pier 29. E. R. Standard Time-Steamer. From Jacksonville. Fla spectacle The event was remark. Ar. MemphiR. K. C. H. & B. 10 00 pre __ '
For Charleston and New York. able, as it was the first instance on Ar. Avheville. Southern..,..., _'___ 10 10 am I Kansas City : 5 OOpra __. :
: *. A ..t .... .
3pm PEMINOLE: Tuesday Oct. 1. at 130 pm
record of
two launchedon
ST, : .. warships being
at 3pm .. 400
.. Thursday 3. at am For full information apply to any Agent of this great Railway : ,
a i, at a pm...IROQUOIS I"uuday. 6. at 530 am the same day from a single set of .
e *,: at 3 y m .... ALGONQUIN Thursday. 10. at 8 3Ua m System or its connections. .
: 7, at 8pm .... SEMINOLE Sunday: 13. at 12 Og m ways. PORK & MUTTONSLICED .'.
M 9, at a pm.... CHEROKEE h.ed U. at 130 m "
11* at 3 P m .... IROQUOIS Thursday 17. at 4 00 P am The Nashville was christened by (7. A. TURK, C. A. BENSCOTER S. H. HAROWICKrAs :
lea 13, at 3pm .... ALGONQUIN Sundav" 20! at b 00 am Miss Emma Thompson, daughter of HAH A SPECIALTY. General Pas*. Agent AssL dan. Pass. Ajsnt; 't Qen'l Pass. Ajent .
Ie. at 3pm .... SEMI NO da 83Oa.m
LE Thnr 24. at
y H. .
Joseph of Nashville TENN. A1'LANTAGA.
M at 3pra .... CHEROKEE Sunday, 27. at 1200 m (
23,' at 3pm .... IROQUOIS Tuesday 29. at 1 SOpm Tenn., while the same honors were : ;
.. W. D. ALLEN :
:3. at 3pm .... ALGONQUIN Thursla 31. lit 13P m performed on the Wilmington MissA. ,
at 3pm .... by *
SEM1NOLE Sunday Nov. at 4 am '
B. Gray daughter of Senator Gray, DRUG STORE. Florida Passenger Agent

n \, Charleston and Jacksonville Line of Delaware. A banquet followed the 212 West Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ,-\,. era

exercises.: .
ii ent and until farther notice steamer "Temassee" is intended July Sfttli. 1B9G. ; .

t_*d I > lpni ; for- Charleston Wednesdays, and from Charleston FIRE AT ALGIERS. IR .\
| un tty -s Clove connection made at Charleston with Clyde} -- ."
>* stir business Two Hundred and Twenty Residences ,
) to and from Jacksonville and all Florida points. ------ ------- ---- ----- --- -- --- --
and interior points Tia Philadelphia. Totally Destroyed.A .
fire broke out in Algiers a suburb :

ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE. I opposite New Orleans on the western U. D. MINER ,

I ; bank of the Mississippi river, at 1:20 ,

ferprISl and Intermedlata Points the St. John's River. o'clock Sun morning and continued '
on :
until 9 o'clock because very little else Watchmaker and 'Jeweler.Best
EVERGLADE Capt. W. A. SHAW, was left to burn. Two hundred and .
awl.I to sail from Jacksonville Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00 twenty houses were burned. The fire -DEALER IN- -'
; "LJ" ruaLl. vt
returning leave Sanford Mondays and Thursdays at 5:00 a. m was confined almost entirely to tho ; '"' .J
er\ger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay street Jacksonville residence portion of the town, the DRUGS .un MEDICINES. :
*2rid1 ht A ent, T. M. Ironnsonwr. Jr.. Florida P of in moderate
owners are Assortment Walcles Clocks and in tie -
r -n Hrwt;Jacksoavllle, Fla. 204! W. Bay street JackeonviUc Fla e C Jewelry e e City /
I -Hj. York. A. J. Cole General PasaengerAcent. cumstances. The insurance is said to StarkefFia.oo .
: w 6 Bowling Green, N. T.
be and the loss is -
: rault. York J. A. Leslie Superintendent, very light ,therefore Special and Prompt Attention Given to Bepairingt- ':r
foot Hogan treet. JnckaonflUe, Fla.! almost total It is estimated that the t.r
-c.l.mE.G. F. A.,12 South Delaware Avenue. Philadelphia. loss is fully $400,000, but it will be Physicians' prescriptions carefully Charges Reasonable. .. .:

;' P. CLYDE +& CO., Ceneral Agents, several days before it can be accurate' compounded at all hours '". .
r 7.r. ";:. Philadelphia. A .wll.. Green, New T.rk ly stated. day or night. fSTOld Gold bought or taken In euhaq.. \; ;'
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: IRIDFORD COliNfUElEGRMi: would l lie die party nominee, that hiM 'hiibitit. The tues" -LECAL NOTI ES.. _;,...,.... I,:ip i pJio''EASIOr&_- .'_.... .; __.II'.

.. -. though he lacked 200 of. having edit. upon hU con 11, 2- ti p,:. I z.,aT\Z.. -.....-t;v." i" '... .L- .'.
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:... .- ..-'-- "elA known .to be po have the '.'blues'!l' DA >:
: yovever
majority of all the votes poRed.We ; P1l\SI.( IAN N" SftOOQlce
: >1 'published Every Friday >*t : i ipg 'publip money. you Jcnowwhat'they come; from? Da Is wt ESTAM:or Jog;J,$. LAU, DXCKAUD.To : I ,

4. t'1'*RK BRADFORD COUNTY, .FLA,, : concede th accuracy of \ are 'apt to bp I 'yoij w ni to know' how tq drive- \heinyy Marlah GLan.Idnw of'said dweaaetLfcnd I ttk. ;.Irua Co:, "' :;'

-. the argument and.. the ncJ \ o'w btt .and, (a a : ?. Listen: 'J. p.' Lamb. Mangle Lagib. widow-of Lamb.R.S.TLmb W.:. STARKE, .dl -. ; ,li'.t .
I ase '.E.C. L"rob. -:
h ,i E.I.MAT1t4EWSan4: Bt J.1 .FARMER' Of the: D"I1QSratV: i1e the public fepnntU\I.! ( Tbe.-H 1ue ".are simply natural: reisorvariiced A. O. Laiiib, M.M. Ward, 'Wife of J. C.Vffcrd. .' ; .J1.
Addaas, 1'. rr..p..WF
of J.
liver. wife
t Publishers! and Proprietor ,,u1tof a liver.our M. E. Adripoi\
: did 'r LygUlature, charged tRe'Rmlead of discharging it. 0.Lamb. L. U Lair band 0 P lamb. children '
rality p'lan, =\!a the ?: fcrcteft OfFICE AT j. L. OA81tX': >>RV
!- \ i t duties of making The bile must i>e tillered trom that which Vf Mid Johjj J. LaJnb; i deceased and AmeliaA _
< ,
filtered 'John ADen and LilHe AlUsn.children :::\..
in nWillf9 Alien -
1.uu and if not
stated work admirably is to matte <1. properly
SUBSCIMPnOK ; of Women and ChUdreaThuty :
Disease s' ;
l weaUU and e Then Allen und as such tcrapd-chll- ,
,One Y"'u' "!'.. ........... .!....!..SI.00' county last year it cannot b who would; you feel your wretchedly blood beconiejn1purc., and '.'lJcl1.'CliMIIHIlIliF'.GT. / dren of the o{said John J. Lamb.and to aU oti.- XeaJ1l irExp. iienc' _.

}Ux Months...............t.?-t.:'. .'... .SO a man .jafft"Now ers: who my be interested. STARKE/ > -

tliree Months.......................r<.................. 5.Eatered upon .at all times and under: 11 with tbmannge. three weeks time, NOTICE to day hereby of November.and herein A. riven D. 1I93.that I shall on I ,_.. .___ : ,;
in T14
two or i-- FRAZEK.
I ,
ditions to rcQt-ct the prf fere cea. bu in.fss.. as administrator of said decedent's estate, niakaappIUicatlon i ;
ourse1f. feel like a -
you; (:8:1'akc: ] : to the Honorable Wm. F.Ialpb rs. Ut.
I In the Pastoffice at Starke...Fla, as Sec- ; But after all tbt-re[ is very State-'tt' stew creature, with rosy cheeks, g od County Judge pf the County ot radtod'agd '." '\y. AND. COUNSELLOR AT?

ond-claiii ) atter. ago, a member o( appetite. ,"healthy bowels, and,sound State of Florida, for an order decreeanjr tbe-iwle LAW. ;:
difference between the of the following; described land Mtuated and beIng ;.
introduced & cer night in the said County of Bradford 8tat of Florida ;
: under the plurality rule and was referred to the Ask druggist for Hamou'8Tonic and belonging to the estate 0.( Raid docfldent.. STAHKE. ;: .F
Starke Fla., Oct, 25, tROlL your Mari h 0. RoonNo. 1 Jonrt Block.n .
much be allotted to ,
except: : so as may '
Pills and _
"acrub races" that o and returned to ; Liver in the to-wit:
frequently Lamb,as and(or her dowt-r name
; .- $ Toqiic Pellets* These half of southwest quarter and 13 : '3.. J1EL1>'3;'
ipon ; Tho west
an adverse .. ... .
.; The editor of tb\\ Florida Agrioalt -; in this and other counties. Iq are two'separate medicines, in separate acres on south sida southwest quarter oCn<>rth- ".L -
s 'race" the candidates on his feet in an boxes bill both together they rost'oi1J weal: quarter. section; 16. townsjJp 5. range 18, \\R\CK NASiN.4. -
observation "scrnb are and east half of south \ IASTERj;
rwt,,after an tour by what right the ahq the southeast quarter .... ...
25'cents. south side of -
the field until the day of west' quarter, and 13.acres on the Agent for COJWP, Bros'!. Brick.,Ufl It -
-tbrougi the orange belt, has come reported agaipst You will then have a sure treatment tbfx southeast quarter of the northeast quarter 1-* ..., .a'.
and the north STARKE the conclusion that. ihe orang: and the one receiving the hi chairman explained; which will not only cure your section ha.if of the 17,northeast township quarter 5. range and IV northeast quarter ,. -,: -- r. l",.

number of votes although he bad such a right 1 biliousness but prevent constipationin thetiorthwest Quarter section 20.township I-
industry while badly) crippled 18 5, range 18. and -northwest quarter ot the
the future by your W.
receive above one-fourth of for the unfavor northwest quarter,section 21, township 6, range I MiciL4TiI
'by no means dead. He nays that not that the bill digestive system. 18. containing 506 acre" more or less and these

.folly 90 per cent of the groves votes polled, is declared duly of a law, pre-pro- At. an maU.for SSo.,6 boxas'1.00. .. are be and to cite appear and before admonish Wit nil HonorableWm.persona interested F.Blal-to AUCTIONEER: FOR D8AIh< : :;'

wbich have' been abandoned were led. word for word, with BBOWTT 2LFQ. OO, New York. phurs.Judge's County offlceln Judge the Town aforesaid ol Starke< at and the Countyo County I I FQl! D"CQUN'1J.! ; ;' ;j;

Viewing the. two the statute-book. Bradford, on Ihe said 7th day'of. November,.
had very J. L ASKINS
young trees which 110com* For. Sale by AiD.1895.!: Starke. t F1oria.. }?
stand subsequently the LLOYD LAMB, I '.:;!Jo
and that thos plans from a partisan '
menced bearjngl --"
c which -produced fruit in the past we find that the primary under had committed. this There is one medicipe which every Oct.3rd.A.D. 1895.-10-4 5tMaster's Administrator. ., mseDE&Ic. : Q. f -
while S _
that family should be provided wi tn. We
them in the. future-or plurality rule is the. lesser of Sale. FIRE ---a
will produce of the committee refer In Chamberlain's Pain Balm. ,- __. tW*. w.true to a vwy great two evils for the reason that it. v turned. over When it is kept at hand the severe pain LIFE. 'i"7.j.

I -extent.- the effect of unifying the book l lying on a 111.I .-- of a burn or scald may be promptly relieved UNDER and and sale by virtue dpy: made of n decree and entered of '<>reeJ 8eptezuber ) -- A .IDEN'P.OtIX t.

; .. ic against a party that I a, law that struck and the sore healed( *n much less 3ith.: lRH5. In and by the Circuit Court .f .A. .
party JS... IleUable pai. Zaeire.tented !
Tobacco Journal the fourth Judicial Circuit But? of Florida: in : tbo t 'JII
: The Southern be largely in the minority, ; he bad copied time than when medicine has to be sent and for Bradford County, in a certain cause in : :.t

.n aoknowle fcd authority on the which might in a "scrub introduced had it,of-it f ir. A sprain muy be pmmpily treated chancery la complainant therein: and pending Bisbw, wherein Clemaions.W. T Week GussieClemmons \ J. R. DA1S & 'cq: '- Staek};;

matter haa: this to !nay: on the SUbject bill that be before inhumation! sets in, which insuresa ; Dinah Terrell and Sebron Temli'are ,
where the vote was badly split session ':The book defendants i wiy sen to the highest bidder for '
gf tobacco culture in Florida: cure in ubout one-third the time otherwise cash in front of the Court'F.ous* door in' the ENGEfl svvzyi:" tf:
: : tween the opposing candidates had copied his bill Cuts and bruises should town of Starke in, said Co>uutr', of Bradford'fcj : ", ,
"We have abundant: proof and can its candidates the highest ascertained to be the. receive immediate attention before tKe ? NOVEMBER.::' 4jna I'M. R. if. ENSEYv J .

.. show the readera that Florida! must of tb e Slate. said nth STARKE. : : !L3RIDAr
of beci'Uje swollen, and when Chain.berlain's The same being the first Monday nt:? ; ,,
purls and a legal salo day during'tue: legal hours of
Of the
:*oon. become a rival of Cuba in the | tqeDt8 leglsla- f iin Balm. is applied. It will heal sale on sai4 day, the following described pieces.parcels .
exercised more dis- and lots of land situate lying and being. Qeodatic, Hydrographic, Topographic. .t
f production of the finest cigar tobacco WITJI FLORIDA : would them without matter, being formed and m the town of Starke. County of Bradford and afl'd Raitroagngin.frfl; : r..

Tobacco I choice, they witUout leaving a scar. A sore throat Statb of Florida, to-wit: Lot number three (3) .
known. growingin : 3sion to be Ashamed .. in the northwest (n w) corrr of block numbertwo Retracing land lines a spexeiaUy. 'Fi.SMuioa :
the state has neverreceived the Clilpley W* on Top, may be cured in ODe night. A piece of (2), being one hundred and five feet (l3 ft) drawing and accurate'e timatec ..IM4w' .
From the Palatka Tiroes-Herald.] \ ative. I with this liniment slid :I north (n) and south (s) anJ fifty-two and on- application: Tenye'activeservlcvlath.1'. ,
deserved for the rea- Qaunel! dampeucd half feet (52'f ft) east (e) and west (w). north
:'; sometimes of Call street, in section twenty-eight (sic 28)
Adversity bound on ove the eat of pain, will cure
that and vegetable &ER. COUNT JpE. I I f township Blx (tp 6) south of range twentytwoeast LAND S VR NG i
4 : .'o11 orange strange bedfellows. This .I lame; back or pain in the side or chest Inwiutyfour (s) of (r) (2 2 6)), containing one-eighth. of :
3 eclipsed all other crops, proved beyond a doubt SPRINGS. CLAY Co,,. FLA. valuable an acre. i -:-- ':1
: production was hours. It is the most '
| i 'Also the following described lot lying and i Qov rnment Field NoU V.eclt.: .
but those who have engaged! .in. the southbound train from -Twenty-three years! ago however, for rheumatism.. Per- being in the town of of Starke' being cue-eighth in Lindy.,

business have found it very pro6t- ton a few days since. B.y a ; with inammatory rheu- "onE afflicted with this disease will be of an bounded acre known at follow lUll the,.:. Jlcnvr Being two lot. describedand hundred Losing j-- .' .

liar combination of cirCQmgt Vy the most em- .and ten feet (210 It) more or less north (n) and
with the relief: from ,
delighted, prompt Drainage and Irrigation Systems pisnaid. r
,.. south (e) and fifty-two and one-half feet (52X :
.Able.T .. United States Senator Ca.ll and in the land; 1 visited pain wlu h it affords, and it can be dePended ft) east (e) and west (w) bounded on south (8) Landscape: Oardenlng. DranghUnj.." Qood 1a1.rJ'.
Call street west (w) by a street and north stnlmenu: Accurate work. .
evidence* h6th \Vr-D. Chipley were pa Springs, N. If.. and
4E.IXG the on upon to effect a complete<< cure (n) by a street.'and on the east (e) by laud H.K.LAGEROltZy.
concludes that the the slime train f omV a&bin ot Arkansas. and for sale by Starkc Drug Co.bnroebrlan' owned by MI'M' Eugenia Edwards, wife of William &*rLFli.wr ..
c, idea one reidily ; F. Edwards.. .
-' theIf recently. .. By .circumstances places, and Always A. V. LONG, -- '- 't. ....
the tjerd
VicVets placed ID ; at more peculiar, the two were the local\ physician;, !or EYean4; Skip Olntmeat. J. L. FRAZEC Special Master.Complainant's .OfIJCTJ- '' -. ';t,
5t __ : JJ.t.
J last election by the accommodations in Attorney.-l0-4: --- : 1>,4 >
municipal opposing sleeping ", came V> FIoridi ten ._---- ._- -- -- '

factions In, Jacksonville were, same car, and to cap the ,.\ two years ago. I bad 4 certain",cure for Chrojjic Sore Eyes.Teller Master's.Sale.. BRADf RD L6DGEHO.- 4S, 7. t A. K: :-,.

4 neither. of them, fish, flesh or fowl- these accommodations were )( rheumaVam, was cpn- ; Rheum Scald:; 1I 4d. Old Meeta Thursday night'before \\.-tJmocl'saday

democratic same section. Col. Chipley for twelye weeks and Chronic yores, Fever Sorts Eczema. Itch. UNDER and; by virtue of a decree of foreclo in w.each$.month.M&AcRAa.; W Sec.} T. UALFBUf. W.. "- .L
neither republican por
and Senator Call and and'sale duly made and entered September -
berth Prairie Sure Nipples
Scratches ;
is upper \ I was induced; to try P. 3rd. 1t: 5, in and by the Circuit Court of LODGE HO. tj 1. O. Qj F.
populist. This conclusion un..daubtedly'ctrrectand lower. Poke Root and fQ- Piles.. It is cooling amlsoolhiu;; Hundred the fourth Judicial Circuit, State of Flo*-!ids. in j1AY {% ..
and for Bradford County, in a certain cause in
; there seems that each ingredient nf cases have been cured by it after Chancery therein pending, wherein The Land Regular Meeting every Tuerdsr Bight fa tMr, .
Tactic For 180T- :Mortgage Bank of Horida Limited). a' hall. Transient brothers cordially inritoAI
O'.e very little use (or the pot to pf the b1oo all othor treatment bad failed. 125 cents corpora JC. Jfc: ; IfI*. '
From the Sanford Chronicle.] impurities; tion ot Great Britain, are complainants and MaxE. JOIlNB .
I xall the kettle black over in the email bottles I per bo*. For sale by the Starke Drug !Moore and The Florida Finance Co. and O. .'. w. N. MKAC&iu.: Sec. -.
: ; was re-
Our friend, Frank Harris, Griffin and J. II. Barker are defendants. will!
metropolis. Jt is best for different limes since; I Company.WeakIrntableTired. sell to the highent bidder for cash in front of the LOUGC NO. 94. K. QJ' P.. "
anyway STARKE
Ocala} Banner, intimates that Court HnuK door in the town. of kre.ln! -aic -
it elections to be as nearly will have of attacks and I have; each, County of Bradford '
1Dunic.ipal ; Call a majority Meets every TIlT day evening at T:30 'eI.IZ.,...
email P. P. P. ON NOVEMBER 4rn 195, lnOddFeUows'HsJi.
bottles J T.WfLI4C.C.5.11rnazws.LR. .
non-partisan! as possible, where such votes in the next Legislature, K 8
1 Theme being the first Mundav of said month
: and I it
convider the
'does place the raunicipalily that. there will be no caucu ; act! a legal "gale! day, dur tag the legal hours of -- .
ji coarse not its kind. Milton tiaicl da) the following described piece,
; No
but that the day appointed tr'i' M.I Was Oood on Eajth.
in of of on parcels or lots or laud situate lyiug and being In CHURCH. DIUECTORY.KETZODUT. '
I danger _a reign ig-- law the body will do its duty, truly, the I ounty of and State of Florida and -

,:JJor&DCd and vice.NOVEMBER elect the senior Senator for bA1IUEL; Ci RY. PtMiles! Nervine strengthens described w J4) quarter as follows of lie northeast to-wit: The(n northwest e fcj) quarter(n, : ;:j ...

... term. Not so fast, Bro. I the weak, builds up the broken the south half (HS:) of southeast quarter e X), Seri es "er.73undar at 11 o'clock a....aai
8th is the day ureri. Report. the northwest quartet (n w X) and (ne south is. .
appointed 7:30 Sunday tcboo at >:30 o'clock a. ; ;
make ; down and p.m.
< takes constitution permanentlycures
It two to a half (a S) of gei-fioii lliiitred (sec 11), township '
t by Senator Call to visit Suppose the senate Hbuuld be Board of Public Inetructlon' every kind of ncrvous disease. seven (tp 7),south range twenty-two eat (a r.2. Prayer meeting \VrdDead&r evenings as 1M '.1
Florid: hundred more le .
ei. containing: acres or 8.Ternif o'clock.: The aorament of the Lord's Bwpptr .
? Starke.. is publip. life.has Call, does our friend suppose a ed treasurer of sad( county, t'Atuntt one,64rago I tens afflicted cash; purchaser pujiiig: foi $ ". will be administered on the first 8raday- Mek' ;
the following report for the tctth # sleeplessness. A. V. LONG,
J.. received more adverse criticism session will ever be had until >er. BOth, lt95, o.n account Creeping nervpunea sensation, , legs, J. L. FRAZEE. Solicitor. 10-4-5t Special Master.Complainants' month at. the close of the! mornligRev. .sn1i&. .ij, '
one has pledged that a 1L 11. Outland, pastor. L
: .from the press than has the senior last Slight palpitation of mil heart, "'

-: Jenltor.lfrom( Florida and it. is but selected according to ..per....,.re-$1,652 qf Distracting confusion of the mind, Notice of Application to Sell P2.1'BTI'JaUJf.: ...,
;' usage in .th,.. state, by two. of W. D. '- Serious loss or lapse of memory.' Service every Bunday at 10:30 o'clock a... I

: fair that tKe people should hear his of a party caucus, has been : .I....O....T..Co.. 2030. : Weighted down tctth care and Real Estate of Minors.To and 7 p. m. Sunday school at S a. as. cut Uu .
meeting at a o'clock "
i fCO TII. I completely appetite Endesypr p. a. rraytrDieetiiiK J
doesn't think of W. D.
.defense before their The Chronicle so
making up ver F. C. & P. K. And felt tfty vitality wearing out, All Whom it May Concern.-Take Notice. Wednesday evenion t t:. .'cJMt., J;

I dict.. ;As one of our representatives there are a great many others ............:. C7Q29 I was reoff, irritable and tired, THIRTY days after the date hereof, to-wit: Rer. S. C.. Fans,P5MW. ."

... --in'tbe National Congress be is entitled believe as we do. (1 Tax of C Sale B. Jfy weight mas reduced to 16O Ibs,, lth day of November. A. l>. 1805 I. JP1: ; o1'AL. ... 1t. '
't ..... .. In I M. L. Loadholtz tha dcly appointed and qualified '
83. M fact was no good, on eartJh tsVltttt it tl.
Guardian l the
orMartin E. Loadholtz MarshalP. Serytce on second and fourth
i so long as be upholds the Hot Politic UogaslraVle. 'd fees of T-...J... 22 00( A friend brought Loadholtz, W. E. Loa holtz. Eddie R. Load each fnonth at 3 o'clock p. ID BabbatksckMt' ts;
holtz, Arrith H. Loadholt aid C'assie E. Load "
:" dignity .of that position, to ,the repect From the Oalneivltte Sun.] ,'in of J'.C... 00 meDr.Mllea'bQok"New an cur
100 State af Florida will apply lo the HonorableWji. Holman, rector.. -1*
,* and consideration Aol all Senator Call gave .out the nt .turned Fact," and F. :ilalphiirs. Bounty Judge in and for said -I
Floridians, and the TJEI-EGRA.PH indulges mation that he would begin h'ud tp'bat $76017 1,737 Q5 I finally deoldde -- County of Bradford,State of Florida for autht r- .,..
: to try a bottle of ity to fell the interest of said minors in and to r rices oa the first and fbfnl Bamdayt .teach .
:March -
the. hope that'the citizen of of the.stump state.every This $ ,4q7 22 2,497 a I DR.oratlve. MILEs' He- the being following iu the County described or Bradfortb5tateofFi.rIda real estate situate and- month at iao'cloik a.m. and 7:19: p._. "'
. Bradford \ muchpme ----:-- Nerrlne. I to wit: The west half pf the northeast quarter school at 9:15 a. m. Prayer BMttlag :" .
county, jhowerer hot politics in Florida ,another :I op.hand bro't.,....$1,737 05 Before I had taken I ef section thirty (30). towns) ip five (5) soutl Wednesday evenings at o'clock.. Jttv. 1'.Y. ..**'
of thniauayhlike his politi- -Quincy New Era. one bottle I could of range twenty one 'Jll), conUuning 80 acres Corr. pastor. 1
more or If'l a. Said interest ip said lands to b .
cal ours .._wtll tura out en masse We do (pot believe that fhot S B. DEKM
I to hen he visits this tics" would be of any adv Treasurvr- Bradford County. IQ-yr.-old boy. My '.. / of This said Jttn of October. A. D 1895. 1

the people of this state. "Hot You gver appetite returned )1. L. ADH'LTZ.
j> greatly Increased. 10 18 4t Guardian.
'heat" tics" would VU.TJACKSONVIILE
only engender bad
ters as a remedy for your! When I had taken the rizth bottle

t .... IBIES AGAIN. and widen .the breach now !, get a bottle !now and get: My weight increased to 170 &.., SheritTs Sale.
..,em in the democratic party. has been found to The sensation tnmy legs teas gone;
Co ting on what the TELE "hot politics" comes to the My nerves steadied completely; UNDER and by virtue of a writ of fi fa bayed
to the relief and My memory was fully restored. of the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial
--c- z id last week on the sub- principle is apt to take a back Complaints! exerting a My orain seemed clearer than ever* Circuit.State of Florida in and for the county of .
A cool; calm dispassionate Bradford. in a certain cause therein pending, *
( Primary elections the Gaines- t Influence jp giving :felt asgoodasanymanon earth. wherein Alice Hudson and her husband J. L and
\ ation of the questions at (( Dr. Miles Restorative Nervine is Hudson were plaintiffs and EJimJ.Bushnellwu
? : \ ocrat says: .this state would be more to tie) organs. If you A great medicine, I assure you." defendant'a levy nan been made upon the fallowing the I31T1&

.. 'P "o oai4eadily indorse all! that Appetite Constipation. Augusta, lie. WALTER E. BPRBANK. described propert. of the defendant to-wit:
lead to good An Jti>J ael'<*s ill the northeast quarter of south
ij.contemgrarios i have said of in which Spells, or are .Ner Dr. Miles' Nervine la sold on a positive west quarter tlon tweuty-four township five
. campaign, guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. south,range twenty-two east; : LW1 1
'tlJ'go4 featbres of the primary and abuse would be indulged Excitabie Melancholy AU dnargJsta sell It at 11.6 bottles for$5. or And I will sell the same at public outcry In

.. .extern. That inelhod of selecting lost of would JJizz\ Spells., fjleclnc Bit 1tw111bes it prepaid. on recefpt of price front ot the c6urt house door in the town ot .
reas n sight b7eDr.MMd1&1Co. :
I Elkhrt. 1nd. Starke: duri g the lej taJ hours of gaie on Monday. "t
;'Candidates has niany! good points, heal the bleeding wounds icine you peed. Health. the 4th day of November !l5! ,to't.he highest bidder :
r .t. /And; ordlliarilywe believe that it guaranteed; by its use.. Dr. Miles' Nervine for cash. ; E. I!:. JOHNS. '
advance the material
party nor fifty cents a} the drug -10-4 5t Sheriff Bradford County.
1: ; f : will tJt nearly express the will of the fare or. Florida. << Drug Co., and John A. ReStores1ea1th[ Jacksonville,

c. people:as/it. is possible to do 80. & lh.r. 3 Notice. 'Iarnpa.and

. % r" t Thee' a one point, however, that Legislative Timber carpi $ptluuna ,

t' : j Jaave* tke'way open for trouble and From tee Florida citIzejCommunities Your Land Tltle.. ? .. WAYNE'8OINTMENT BRADFORD COUNTY I KpyWest

\ :. i V; dusatisfaction. Our Bradford frequently u s agent all lands }p STATE OF FLORIDA fIT ,Railway

/' ', 'flOuntV'contemporary says that the astonishing lack of wisdom known HS Puts and 7 ''vttboot *aj iatcmilnxdieiM October is' hereby, November.ordered that Lt'Cembfir.the months January.p! A ,
1r.f e w tatter
, 'urandidate reciving a plurality of the selection of men to represent 4ny one .desiring to pur '. ,Manu,itch. 4ll"KJ February March. April and May are hereby designated
I ". i OB th OlM. and fixed upon as the months within North ..
. litotes was", by common consent, ac- politically. They apparently will please write me., .DOM.Jk&.lttTlDg which it shall be unlawful to chose bunt catch '.
a' f \: ted the candidate of the De'inocracy. in. Uu>elur,whtt nd hei kill or otherwise molest deer withjn the Urn and- .
'"' : l' as realize that the world C. L. Peek Add krin.or nfcr mnil ft>riO ci-. A4dr.,, Dp. :
:1t _. .*ion,PhUjielshU. fkAjkj r 4ti.sREAD its of this Bradford county. ,
: ... that "- Tn Ordered this of South .
assumes representative .." l.Cth day .October, A. D. 1895. .
, if ; Jt is not difficult to imagine a case have been chosen, and that Chairman Board,t. of County Commissioners.F. A. TODD, Line :

vy :. So- which a candidate receiving a character and intelligence HEAD; .. W. T; WEEKS. I
the would THE Clerk and ex-Offlcio! Clerk and Auditor of Boardof Throughthe
of T-WO-TI
vote ES-A-\VEEK
plurality by no men tho people for whom ; sound sleep; a i e County Commissioner I
ttI means represent the choice of all will be estimated.

,, the people. Such a conditiou mighthe pear Perhaps the importunity of and a rips old age, SAYANNAU WEEKLY NEW ,! :Rotcie.

possible wbere there are only : didate or of his friends, & ,.. sult$0f the use HearlofFIQrida.>
three candidates in the field. Surely the indifference of voters in AN. fi-PAGE. PAPER' 1JOT1cE: is hereby given' that I have ben a p1.1 .
pointed Assignee of the state orVolney
: then it is not only possible but decide, tha question. If ;Pills. A single i iI lo"". TIMES A. .YEAE.UE J. Shipman. of Lawtev, insolvent ,Ask
: ..; probable where a larger number dictate is for the Legislasure I | Jce you of heir I statements of are their hereby claims notified with me to at file my sworn office for

, :. of candidates: are before the people." man will reason that while AI NEWS.: in Lawtey within sixty days: or In ca-e of creditors -
egec s ad vjjftue. residing beyond Ole limits of thin State: Ticketsvia :
3 The Democrat then goe! ito a has no great ability, be is A PAPER FOR TIIE; HOME. I within four months. from date of this nntjce '
hypelhetical illustration of how the "right side" in politics, and t.b Farjt. r A8st.nt- & | "
better afford to leave his _'J.oo -YEAIsAMp.E Fla.. Oct.. 7, 1896-118
.' will of the people might be thwart can ...------ Write pleA! General PasseDcerAgept
- ness than can a more valuable cure for sick head
: ;. FREE.VFEKLY for
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Notice to and! informaiipn.G . the application of the plurality A second voter will argue Debtors Cred i torn

rule It id shown that A B psia, malaria, sour D. ACKERLY .t
"i while he has no faith tn the \ NEWS ,
: ; ., "VOTICE is hereby given that all person* Indebted -
and C might enter the race for an date he has: .no one else in I s, cpnstipation; JL l to the estate o William Walter Qsii'I 'H Act.
: W.
SAVANNAH GA. deceased late of Bradford count>. Florida B. 1COFPIN.Ceit'l ,
would do better and. who I ,
office, and that they might recive I : : piles, :torpid l liver! will pay the same to the undersigned without de .
I ,and all Sup't.n.oo
: same time would be willing y persons having claims against said
& in the aggregate 1200 votes. Of dr diseases. "W-E; :PO'JOS. estate must present them duly authenticated,
his time
l- to public. ; j within two years, or this notice will be plead in j.J ACKONVI-LLE
: .' ". these 'A receive 401, B 400, and C some person of more -.canlion ; II bar o. their recovery. ; .
Liver Pills LTE" Ja., Administrator
39U. Under the. plurality rule A'l" suggest that :.the .candidate j .;? WORK.w 0y.o.. J State: bt.. New York N. V. t $ : THZ l'
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F JThosaasJ Crocker...... .:.... Bwjdofse andaeol mile line crosses said aeyotsw3 undaioae3l
"M SW X.. .....' ... ...... 30 5 UI fIO 4 SI4p running east and rJr andne. .utaeand r
........ 80 5 1 9 40 148 N .. R h of n .*1 'of a e 1;...... S t W IUil
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.......................:..... ne31 of nwX'" .................... 5J 5 111 40 280 of norbely thence ....:............ ......... ..D X uf sr uf I e y4.. ..1._ t M 40 f'
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t" ..: ..... ........... ......IW aw,;ofsw)4....................:.8 5 20 40 148 eut.ri right angle 14 mile .......... ..... .................. a w !( ......... ........... .... : ) 11 a
x B"Dnt1ac ... ...;:... ........: aX of lot 11... ..............:.. 19 5 20 40 483 lire t aOfe along ...... ... ........................awiandworn.,); .....1 81 f4'J.20U. 4
4 ..... ............... ..:.. ............. 111 I a>> 20 40 1 43 said th.n of ........ .................... )( ot 1 t .tnwx..1. J1 a tM li
HtUowUnr -valiotlot JO.s place bgInnlsg 4 32 10 G1
% ::f :............... ....... nwH of sb4.::.......... ..; 5 f 20fa 847 ..: ..,. ..........2 acres fraction of block i.or r : ..................................nw X or awii..n..;. i3 a Ii e03 b .
4 1492J59 fr : ; .. ..................... .... tZ W. ,
1f ................_......... nwiof De"...."-......... ..... 28 15:0 41) 1..M. 2 e comm enol.g at 41scornerobloc . n.otWXur 11 "I : I 'l c :
akD0WD ., :::......... ;. Lot 5 20 i1. S and ...... ...;................. n w of n w t _.. : 371 40 1 .
,- : 4.--.. 5 X U land run H Jones ............ ... .... ... .... .....I t Aree
............... .. U Lot 5. ....... 2Q b .fXonefjolne S .1 I
.. ak fl ........... ..%.:1;... onelotlniowpof Lake Butle.r {thence dee line of ..................................... oneY......:. ....... : 8 V' 4 I v r
,. '. h' ..' described an'follows Lot 1?. ,tones land 380 aloO thenceportherly T n mith..... ............. lot 1 of s I I ........... a 2 ::1 a
Mt ""1 iu :X of lot TB Smith....... ....:.....lot I of D 1 ................ :4 a !
Said section lot 81 lying n SO 21U line along public road, .......................... .... .... lot 'and 16 acres on suet side I '
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.. .. .. : range fet to btwjen blot of lot C..t............. 8 4 bt
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HrtJteHOl'.. .r. ... 4 acrtg of beginning street on north 210 feet lido said 3 Une thence to Ells Lambdin....................lot 3..... ... ..............: V : 6 1719ilia
e 8J0 place 4
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1 r' of west line of soutvest J4 of beginning...fet..................o... at+ 8 t ? L'bu .. ..... .......... part tlf lot 1 on nortq stile '
aouthest J4 and running north .Fdpms pets........................ .s W of block 6 s of r I wet Inn r 0 Metrle Bay."..h". .. .. :,.11; t 23 I. 4 aC ,
to clear the east aide of the e3j of .w Temple's
t ;. Christian church 420 feel parallel Bubdivhsion...:.t. tl ;Cd 81A J c. D '
' with the original surrey 5 feet wide on a side of nXan C Bradford : a
r _. .thence east 480 feet thonce 10 fet wide on aside of sJ{ Taz Collector For 3-
e south 420 feett hence weal 420 '' .a r 2 of Temple' subdivision tiff
, .feet to beginning 30 6 20 1 17':3 .....,....... .. at 6 2 V3 s;

................. ........ .... .... Lot& lototivtifLale8utler... 14d'd .. : ,. ...p. ...........,"nwXofbllEsofr2wandne HE HAD NO HARD FEEUNG3. :
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', Ja q......::.:.: .... ...... n e Ji of n e H.ne3 ............ ,,..d rJO 40 1 48 !: X of bUt 2 8 or r 3 w in Tem. I GiD'D I B ;1
..........:.... ...... of se V....... ;;. sJO: 40 plea ......... .". 2 6 8t I 13 ea The whew ito
t ., .t. aeJorne .;.....:.:.:...::.:: 16 :5 q l 40 474 148 ......:...:. ,.,.....,..........,.,.e ) of .ub.vlalon.e iD sw3-" You Bee that wo coining, Jack, dressed np 1ur a i
aCla, se ofne X........ ......... 17 5 21 40 of n w X" In Temple'l subdiVision I In pink ad dig for wat : observing
faM..i. .e J( of n eM......... ............ 18 SliJMward 40 :284 906 ............'. ........" ## 1 that'a a c7We I loved In times the of tiio gronnd. We ;
S :. ..........:,:.:................. a a of e e tit.... ... ...... YB 40 14i>> lot of land lying I I r tSar now passed wo away. surac h
.... .; ;.... .... .... ...;. ..U ofDe .........:::....... M 21 40 1 411 eDd of n or a arll 8 Ivied visit her each and write her foud a arroTO a amc' qutV 'f
.. ... ..............-.. ...... a e of Q W .. ..... ........ 3i: 21 40 106 W eat, of s w 3 J......,t. .... 1 D h of water tomako '
T !* M4" : .. ,.. ... ...... .Xofp Tv X of.nwM. ........ 83 521 20 Unknown... ... .,....".'..'e X of n e ........... .... i !O m every day ly
a t :FakI..i ... ........ ....... s w o p e X ... ... .... 85 5 il 40 148 .,.........,..:.... ... w of n e J ..,. ........... i I 2 t And words of Darning, eager love to her Id served three burros searching fo .t. r
:'f; ;",,:::._.......... ( Dw4.! .....;.;:. ...... 3-.; 6 21 40 14" ...::.......,v. .......... e )J of w ". ..... .... 2 642 S often say. passed several damp
-r De8ue...:.'........:; .; (f acres' In nOrthweBt corner of a.e&ofloflor 335 ? .......... ............ w X 01 I n w (............ .. 612 8 I I'd take her out to parties and &many a The cI pla'a.Jng .
0I wyotneX.............. ... 36 5 21 5 .: ... ............ ....:,. e X of R ................... 2 612 8 inee m ground Iy'wbe de'le
.:..:;...:......... ................... ne> ofneX. 38 5 21 40 764 746 ,, ......................: W X of s W.3s............. .... 2 8 8 :II send her week or a costly big halted near us and
4 snsys'.IDD18.. ....... ........ 8 of D w 3(.... ........... ... =-1- S 21 80 3B3 t, ... .......,....... ..:t e34ofae3.................. t D 'o every 1 hole in the bbf sand with
JI ''I'a..4.........".... .:: ..... n wtt of 11 w X.... ........... 22. 5 22 40 ............n ........L W X of.O ................. 2:5: 621 .23 buet dry, hjt rinht
.. .......... ... ......,.... ::.::.....:. ..... middle 14 of e 84 '6f n w X ofVakaowa 437 Hr F N dams.t. 2 acted it n J. corner of e w 3( t : Large 1'o o U salary I cSsearfaUj forefoot After awhile lie used his left .
:'. ;!' De .. ................... ....22 5 22: ;o of.e .... ... .. ...... 2 I I would forefoot : hole
.. ....-. ... ............ n 13 of e 8 4 of n w V of n e3( 189 J .......,......... .DW M of gw3; except. 10acrf. 2 10 For boggy rides and such like things t m Having dug a somethingover
and w J4 ofnwJofne.V... 23 522 20 .Sotton. on ........ .. .. 2 2 oar courtship gay. a foot in depth, he backed out and
I_ .11fC,.,...-.. .......... ....wJtofnw-" .. ..... 2 3 6 22 40 :5 14 61 GIled n L Anderson ....... "n W X est s ade.of a e 3( of De I 2 a 4 I a Well, after done for her this same watched it intently. To our lurpriie it '
1 HttghDlXOB "' ......... .... /a4ornwXutewX..... -... : B 2 8 'floma fagtt................., e X 'f Be J except acres.J 2 627 78 06airs a Id May I '
Ooatat*- Drolthagen ..... *.. blocklSintown 270 ( Maln............... 9 hI D w : and young md had to I coon oommenced to fill with wat The =
Bald such
I r :: Ltll..3and'La'v ........ .......... )1n aCel n cor of s w4.or of W 2 6 > ....... ... ........... I R hac ad
0ottar DrolshAgen. ...... Business lot on corner of state D RIC ... H lot feet north aDd &
& 0 Packed her clothes end I think the otbe .
street ana Lake Avenue in and feet east and westbounded up together skipped ped ide inviting ,
III Lawty .. .. 973I" north by land of L lightly out one day to *take a drink. At all
XBubeUi Lawty....... ...... .. A Miller weMt by land of AZ And tvixjdod a youu fellow down at Narragunoott eTet te ;
...... .,... .........._-.......lot2blGllitownfl.wty... .... 24 5 2 10 ::10 ) organ And on south an4east Bay promptly did'soirnd then went .. it
XataaaielDaaham. :... ...:..... a e>4ofseX and s w 11 om e' by Pine street In town of Well guodby. Bte'acoiauiR. and with her wheii we got and took a drink .
n Xot e e X .. ........ .... 24 524 50 2565 Starke. .. ; .. Jatk -
4 ............... ................... BwMpfnwV.:................ 25 I D. 4 '11 William Wilgus I ........\..."."'. feet in 8 ecorner of 1 i cut:;l .t I, from f their well The water'waa 'c t
..........._.:v-:..... ............ of w X ........ ... ... ..... 2 : 2 I I. 10. sut ad streets Touy ,ht yun're 1..I n1.Ju..l that a w r to t 'A A Hodrn;.......::.......,....._ .XOfDw1 .. ........?......... 8 6 8W lounded on Orng OFabge vbr I'd t y, than bte. '
i D.' :....:....... ....... .w of qe J(..... ............ I 8 13 street oq el by Thc.t t should UUy snub and scorn c.'d :we bad< found many a day.
:..:.......................:.:.:.....nw W of .". '" 8 18 t 14 Street In n e 3n of s Man a n.n fr! hI Tln'e '!:up witchcraft abbot the Mex- ft
;i. ..;;;;...;;. ....;.......... .... 8 Sot, t rrer 1 am the man wit> whom nrrci;
;.;................. .............;.:.......IOVand. & 10rPTid ;.t"n''e' 1 Mrs S q Sder....... ..."" )Iotapkgown II Sanderr lot' r 4.l.l LLL7..j icui isIItsbttrr)) but hiy have ,.O hon 1?
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corner of n w X" of w In town of ,
B and running w to n J line sec '.' .......... ....:.. a 2 acre lot ttle..J.w 48 -brlu Coiton 1!New York tsun. "r Ifmttb

point ............. ... 436
(o starting thence w Xofsw34. 2 1 w .19ERD1N lf
J andS X .... ...... ..... 2 & p
chains*tnence a chns Wel.\ 1 acre in a e X" of s e 81 .
88 links and thence 4 I chns lt:11ljoltng. ............ a e X of D W 3(...... ).... 2 s 2 57 Aucklan's Arnica Salva.ThebestaAlrein AES"Jt I 11P3.l htrtL,13avannah.Qa.DKa1L ) "
and 60 links and n James Johnson ................ .. II X of 8){ of nw X of nWJ{ S .la )> the world for cuts
' chug 11 links to; tbenc 1 d 8 18 7. Hobt ;' ......................... commencing 105yat 2 .8 Jf'f is'IiWbt a botlto of your r
'f M JLTw. .r.......... .................2arlnDec"merofDc pint g Jle .1 al of a w cor of a e X oft bruise, sores, ulcers salt rne\D. fever P. P. P. ,TH- lnt :: I rtnr. Ark.. Mad :It
in except feet w'" and runntng north 140 tatter, oliapped hands. chilblains, rife .1"1e lit 'rtt thttnttvif\ .
running n and B and e and w. \ 7U thence Jnncl.
enc eat yar. and all skin emotions and month trt-i men I HI ( --Sprtojf, ?
.1 la n w cor) also 2 In n w south 110 yards torte, positively ) .
cor of neX of acr" ......... fl 6 18 70 yards teD of pun (' :'thta
VM ...... !.....v.v.XawrB ....: ... ..s1rofeeMandseXofaw34- 890 vet beginning.... ...t. ....,... .... Q 6. $ .d59 cores piles,or no pay ruired. J In.v.t DO.1tib know parlof"&l '
r t I. and 17X acres in w X of n e fcofse' Al>,ore Andrews .... ............3 acres s s cr of 1 \ is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction will lo thrttt m. sis l 4
bgning. jet or
......: ......... .; 9 6 18 137 944 w X o s e Clft >th. ,
R refunded.
4 t ; R atJWrwrU .. ...:...: : ... fe K o se 3t.............. ...... 16 I 18 1 2 aDd running Dorh or money .. Pric cents per your dry t tXpfrI .
h.................. ....peXofae.. ::...... ....... 13, 6 18 8 welt .70. ydl 1,4 y box. For isle by Srke Drug Co., syrtitull7 ottrv'r .t
'. ...8... ........."....... a w J( of n and w.X of n I 4 r 1 and east 70.yards to place ofbgDT John A. King, LakA Butler. Mu I I .. Ju.. N 't
,. Jtf aad n e.frn w A........ 14 18 4 ; aO cummencing j ) ''
- ........... .......w3fotneMofseX.......;.. 14 18 1 8 0 e of w ALenTeerrrown. '
f 1a., &...:....:.:..::........aofne3tofneX" ..........15 6 18 20 l lO ofnw3iofseX cr sec31 An Icp1t AJDttr. .:. F
TaGrahaa .....;.......:....... n wXofawJ and s X of SeUafcnowa and run thenc north V "I is plain,I said the 'ftatbe, AOper4tltlotl:. .
S Xof.w" .. ... 17 8 18 feet 35 yards juc'at '
i ....... .......... .... .. e X of s w i[of.VwlfH"". ."...". 17 18 e 2 287 1(16 beDce south wet 2 tet thence you stole the hog, and 1 sd you W.e J have, long beau Acquaints! kltb'

1 .. ..... :......:: te34ofnWX .......... ..... 18 I 149 east 85 yards place-of beginning. 12 months.I thc fearJjpr..superstition tat.
., .......:..:.... ............ aw 34 ofae 4............;;.... 20. I 1'It 4 1 43I ....................... 3' I Z'94 up fo } 'peacock ,
.* .. .....:....... ..If X fseX .................... 23 6l8 14 ttnnown..w............ ..... ... II e 01 n w J" ........ 8. t 4 I 1 49. "Jedge, k yon gime 'bout OD %vetwput :nfare liutil aHa "rfoyjt t '
a RANama........ .......\n. .................. 6 8 3 57Utkaewi Charles Dorsett. ..................0Xof ae3S.............,.. 2 I V 8YRBMa1Uce. hour 'fo' I ?" that it extended to atl"leiitLeltl Creature -
.. ......._.. .. .......:. .aeJWMerav of.eJ.! .......... 2 6 1 4 312 .....:.. .............. lot 8 of of I goes .
...... .:.'.............. .w ofneJ-......... ... 2 40 149 .w }11 ubIYlslon. ... 6 5 "What for?" s A ycnnff girl admfrpd tbor bed ,
f .' y.. ....... .............Dw. %or le74.n 4.................. i / 1 40' 149 Mrs CJArmstrong.............. .X of n ofnw3.- or. U 8 160 60 ter home en pigeons strutting, cooing aud sunnin .
... .........:........, ..... nXoinwX................... : 5 19' Unknown ............................a e X of f e J(. ...- ..... 8 3., a 1 41 "WeJ'slwt go tInt
:.:.......:...... ...... X. of s e J4 of ne FalenB..w X OfD e 3; of n w M....... 3 a % 4 d !-Atlat Constitution. tbninselvea iu th fr covert of the
: .yi .eJand .. ....... 19 120 10 913 .. X of.w ...... ............ a t 10 li.iuso wLere'f ho was and asked .
:;- 1---...... ............ ........ w }( oirVe v......." ."......... .2 I .80 .. ...................... ..... w X of a w .................. 3; I J I 3 bring
.. ..........:..............:. ne X" and e.X of nw V........ "a 240 48 41 ... ........... .............. e X of f.......... ........ s s 1 2 a the-laudL-uly t bell a to'b' .
o. tiri0a.> ............:....... .... /)4ofIota d8andlot7.... 5 I 174. 413 ............... .... .... w X of 8."e 4........ .......... 88 I I f 180Geo homo with her. inde p .
.j Uakaewa.... ... ......... ...... n)4 of eXot lot 10............. 7' I 20 106 W WlUfe....... ......... ....3." 1. ( 8 71 Mr. J. K. Fowler secretary and treasurer "N
J 1 .:............... .:.:..:... SwVo neJt.. .... .. .... 9 6 40 4" R Hlbr................... n w. M of. f Jt. ... ..... 10 '7 l9 : a 1 of the Corinne Mill Canal and was tho "Not t :
...... .................. awy4of nw3g.. ....... .. .... In' 2 40 49 ..:. ..... ... ......e of X 11t 80. any iiiouey would t sell those .,, '
J.W ............... ....... a1( ofIot 5.......... ...... .... 19 6. f T. R Hatton......................... D w oaeXandeSofnw .1 8.V Stock Co., of Corinne Utah in peaking c
.CP. ........ ....... ....... lot 1. block in Town of New 2.0 3 :of n e" ....._...... c i AJ of Chamberlain's When cue person gives o lU aaaaquaiutauce .
RlTer... 2................... 111 N,Anderson. .................. e w 3Q of D" 3Q and D W 3Q of 1 e Cough Remedy says: a feathered ,, f
VDo. .. ..... ........ e X of .................. 34 8 8 i 9 w .. ....... ........... A T 8 490.T "1 consider the best in the ranrket. 1 to-be between'them and
j i,1, : ..........:... ...... wX of neJ. ...... .......... M 6 0 8 B Joha..n X 3. 6.... ............. I T 130ILJohnw. sure trble '
's ::::...............:.:....... eX ofeX." ...... -..... .... *4 6 20 80 23 ........................ n X of lot ....... ....... .... 1 J 4 8.97 have used many kinds but find CbHmtier- do.not want t ta outwith'joa"-
.r ...............:._u.. w'," Of ee'Y... ..... .. ... 34. 620 8 :' JcLwL .. ............ ....lot) 1 and II I. of lot 2.... ..... r 1 4 1013. laht'tbl most prompt and effectual in Philadelphia rDlr.
'E HaSrsaf. CX Msrrta .. :..... .... nS I of nl + 'oVKQ and nS of .3 :.. ...... ........................... se3lofsw.4and W Yofe : relief, and now keep no o'her inmyhme. 'i' .
nwi" of'"eX and'nw3n ..... 1. 516 e X ............. .. ....... 7 780 giving '
I .> N-. .......r...... .... .X of seX of nnX and ne!* of I 2 200M Nat a e M of................ 2 1 7 :1 8 4. 1 4s.ioseph When troubled with J cough A. A. nY&(. Supl. 'Pint Farm.
.: W .. ..... cold this trial and
.....L 6 21 229 Henry. s X ofn e X and. e 1.of a or give remedy a we
A 1 "aa-......... .... ...... .ev 1- DWv.......... ........ 6 I. 80 I X" and D w X of s e. and assure you that you be more. tbim WiuncsheiU eitjuiy.! In.., SNJB:-Lut
k -............'....:.... wX. of ..... ........ .. 6 21 :3 ofswl..... .. ... 426 m0 80'n wIU Leach
'. .' ..........:.. ............ IIr 3j>X .............."... 8S I C 21 H, 148 ....... ............................ De.. s e x and I Q X eta 2 pleR with the .For sale by winter Mr. Robert used two bozeaDeWiit'8
....:... ...-.X ofD .... ........ ..... 7 21 230 e 1sSs 5acres..... ....... 7 W Co. Witch H S.i'.vn.jfnd a
W 80 tfab cure
.... ..::.........-,...... :;. ....9 L 0fof SWV....... ...... 7 230 Mitchell BW.......... ........... 15 J north of s e I 1 80 Dml large running sore /r.; hU mi
1 .. ;... ........ .:............. ............ 7 I' 230 J(ar o.. ....en. ..... '. 7 40. 15 I'D under of Iti. ld with "
'1''.. .. ..''...: ....... ..... e1oteofIot1........ ..... 13. I 21 8' ......... .. ................swXofne3 .......... ..... I 4 I 0let0d9L0gB4Dt> cue .phYJicra fnr .
.: .aQ8JWe,............. nwMofawV" .. ............. IS I 21 2 141 WaUml.: ... .................. Ieginning at a stake: o sion'i 4 out <)hliiiii);;rb.. re cure fur Pilaa.Stirke .

.. ... ....... swWof of ne ............... 2 8. 21 40 1 48 and tap line 60 wet Dru; ,>. t.
................: ........neiTofnw *" .. ............ 6 2 40 1411 of a e cor of see 2 I Feel! UB iI r
,1 B:::...........:...... a eMof neM ................ : I 313 Wa 2 chains lout 60 chns. I B.r ifurtnneiPfearl
.. ..... ..... ...... ofs WWof se W....-..... 2 I 21 4 l84 chan ad thence .
: ...:.. : :: ........ .... .... 8 01 Passeo
r : ofn w X" .... .. 21 40 601 dear pipe fa Tory
2 not e chan t pl
aw' ................... off .1C.: : :::.:: t 40 149 ... .... .. 740. ,11.81 I o
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.y 1s a..ti .. ............ ... e a .... S ft 30, 661S4 ...... ... ............... .........n bnmDg.-" ............ .2 z 1 12 11 Badly a I ger0 On my birthday anniversary y.
.awJof.wJlel0acr. ot : LB .................... a :f.J e W ........ ......... 7 I, 4 o gives dicta dollar eaoh, J T,
f- ,
Z 13.
. 1. : : -"- block 3 85 1 of block 31 Pe.... ............ ........ n wXof s 3. .............. 7 40 fa .
except lots 12.13.14 and 15 of ................. a of w- '............... t 40 141. raa year I have lve'
n e J-i of s w W of Cummings RCBr.. ..... ........ II w. of e I e X" ........ ......2 7' t 40 149. Ynlio ? Ihaftttraai 1.J
: ... .. .. ...... l
subdivision in Green A P Smit. .. .. i w .of n e X" and a w R of iTo=day? 9a have been- the Charley' ;

rl (About 15 acres).Albur.... ........ I.I.. 2. ( and 10 al on south Dn Gb 31 J
side of e e 3E s eX.... 5 n 12,75 meant when yon had a ,
... .. .. 4X A P Stgttb........:....... ....... D w i( of n w J(................ f t 4 '. h paL fo .'
CE acres beginning at a point I in t 'i
:::: :: :::: on Lottie Seals..... ............. e 3>S and 1 acres In 8 e 3 of % 4. : We ask this ratedlv. becus your own*rgt-1 taCa

Cummings avenue 6reetDorhof Lney c De X ................... .\.. 10 n! 167. O seriousdiseases follow trifling : ;1'" }'
........... ......... .o. .... .1 -
W !tl II e X ........ 21 40 '
ning east 400 feet thence luth. KrODver....... ..... .. I 1 alents A portrait of ft man scratched t f
BHfeet .... ... De of II .....,... .... 40 6 as Ob
thence wet.. 4 ret' : ...............n n e a.W .............. 'l' I f0Unknwn If ai: weak : the sbocMer blade of J .
tc north 655 ........... ............ n X of o w X ofDwM.. ..... 8 7 t lta ami yu rail/ exhausied ... aplenty &ep &
b Cummlngs., J 4. 429. ........ .. ..............:. ...... w)4ofneXofew ... .. 3 2 ] Brown nervous, Q fonDd in $357 ,in : Swi J. t .
f C.." .. ... .... ,... oaiA.burGrn. : 2. Unknown. .............. ..... X on e X of a e ....... 1 '' : 10 have no a tte. ; '>. :; :
", .-I. :. ..:. ::::.. 1r In .. ................ ......... s f W Jt De J(...... >.... ... S 1 2 10 and C3't. ork. Q _. -_ '.
in Cmmla.nb-lro'. 22ea 178 .. .... .. ........ ........ e X of o 4.................... 3 T t 4 14 begin at once talc- Wheat is mentjoned in the- t*
l.DQI.-.......... .. 31-3.bur G ................. ...... wXofnei( .......... ...... 2 % 23.t .1 Iron ing the most-relia- S Scripture i: "
::. :. In of..w ofn .. ..........:....... ........ eX 'of D w .1C.........:.......,. I "' Z 8 23 -.. ,ble strengthening M as a.well; known under wide .
w X Cmmla subdivision ...... .:........ .. .... .... .3 medicine which is M 'a A '.;
In .... 8 a w X .a W X" .... .... I 7 40. w; :
wP L... .... .. lot Abur neXofawX, :0 .,. ....... ..:;.......... .....e 31 f..w X ................. t 123. 40 1 C9. :Bitters >Bro. n'a Iron Bit o.tcrs. .. alti\atia ,- I {s
1 : I ........ ............ : .
in e X of Ie 3..... .. .... ,..... 2 7 !!. 30. a 30. Deeftcme {
f Qummlnps 8ub-h1on. .... e,. aAsbury 178 t ............H............ 'X ...".. .. S Y from ver frs Sdose. 0 Children, t''prrjtflly! { infant jm wan '
j .EIUlart... .... Ab\Grn. of : t .... ... ....::............ e X of41. ...... 3. 1 :'I 0 BIT run down with.'bleu; ]( njftintnra nSiiinnier :
V X .H.
::: -: : in n e s w ...............,.......... w X ..............., a 7 8130. ". ,
Cummings Green subUlviMon.... 2. 8. > 3. 1 .. .... .....,...... .... D W X of. D w 3 .. .., ...... 4 2 .: : oon pl.i h.t." n hj. wiiit. -,. :
". K........_...}.:.. Io'el.t.Iand4block ABOUT in.aeI r ... ....................,........ .. s w X of ae 31..........._., 7 1.I j 141 t = CURE Liver S* alt :rinlne. but giv <.u' DeWitt'fc. Cute; n't 'f !:
8 Mr AJ Gibson ..... ..,........ 4 1 .p.r w 1-
-r ,, dJvision In 34 i Cmlnb: 2 22.. t ': .althatparofwXofl. Troubles, g1 I (Jholf m Cue pruopty.)

J J JO,.....:......... .... lots 14 and in nett 8. 4 w X J south of. Br- of.j. !I. 7 43. I.. 2 Irnpore Blood, g ti. TJw no : .Drug Co. '.- r
.+ : of a w X" 15blot.8 subdivision -' j. Unknown. .... .. ... e 34 of II I X of a w 3j. 'r. 1. 20. 1 CptO Nervous ailments 1 t.
to i Cmming ... 2 1. Catherine f..l acre is D W cor of s of 0 ;
-1.Iw wwi : -'---._-. lot 12 blk 31 Abu'y( of.B w X 8.2. Q w .1C of q w.1C .,... J...... 8 Tat. \ .. .10JlettOw 5 Wo's'clt.. fOI'D, STIO" Jew" t
t in Cummings sub-division. lu. .' .;...,.,..:...I.a'e cuff D ror of I X of n 2'Get only the genuine- ba red JJ ,,chronicdyepepdaa I; Jig
Green.lotlJbJkSl .. ...... .... 8.624. W-.nfn" e .......... 8.1.2. 1 J'6 2 lines OQ the cte '
.'. hi>. --.... ._ In ne'X of B w Wla 11 Jft Crk 'h .... .......... s I X" (f n e }r ,.f s w ts 5 0 BROWN.CHEMICAL wp.. yo! misery... The b.n ;

: .. Afbvry Cunrmiogs 3 I 2 179, f 1'"ouxU4of.............ne3ofa......... < 2 '3 t 1 SMBftHsnAMMMAIMABAflftVaL. HOODS 8 "& I ; ,

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f ThIEs. the farm and seldom -wore the shoes. : a prompt steam ser [rnady to be put under the brushwood of tb4"V

CAPITAL ,! kV. J f aJtar./ There t.Etheknlfeaharp and.keen.- l
V 'i'> Ee&estte&rstb&tareeverhec1 iybod downin that section went 'Bluffields and New Or- DILVTiVLMAGEA :
Abrahftmstnxgglics with h1 mortal
barefooted, boys and men, and I did years, and after having THE \ I, ings,on the on aide and taa-oonnands .
jut the tears that no. one.ever.. sees, the Bomans did. This Fourth ? SUNDAY1;, JJ
as of so liberally to,the develop- ; God on the other-te..thaLV.he ,. ..
\ Tha unsung Bongs are the sweetest ones July morning- put on 'oiled Ibid' \ *and improvement of the IRC.OP SE. t fat,ot It te pa\r Qth1e.ierte T V

g' lath?world ol harmonies! GOSSIP OF to for ,up to',th$ sIde '
$ .* my'st re clothes, my shoes and sock, "" government of Nicaragua f V
the altar, puts a kiss on the brow *'
Th longing hope of a silent heart and I brushed' and, clean myself un.til BRIEF PAR V ( want of appreciation Subject: "An Anjjeltc Rescue." b boy, takes r-tl messagt from him & :J..'

,r:Is the hope that Is not'expressed I was positively 4unoom fortable. ,- and that in view of the and home and then lifting the git0'
V The tendereet clasp the hand might give After breakfast, followed by the gool- S ea on"fruit..during ,the tering weapon for.theVplunge ofthe d qa -

I: .Is the clasp of a hand-at rest. natured but cutting 'joshing' of toy Doings, of the Chiefs, and Hea<< the company. .thought it TIXT: "Behold the fire-and the wood, skeh'muscles to knitting for It the f 'b work.! '
... V but where Is the lamb?'-Genesis xxll.. 7. f de pnl JSfot
relatives I started dow the road. to fV
Various Departments.Captain its ships and seek I flare u the heart Isaac, but on the arm V
,Our dally will bring to the feast meet :Melvina. I had arranged wither it secure greater Here Abraham and Isaac, the one a God, who'' arrests V tho stroke piatimc ot.

V The friends that we daily meet, h to walk to town the -- re can kind, old. gracious, affectionate father,the wilderness quake.with the.ory, .:
fisraring on William L. and have the prospect, other a brave, obedient religious son. From njai .
; ::Bat the absent guest Is the very one Abraham lay thy bad upon
walk back in the moonlignt when we for service his bronzed tell that V la
remuneration appearance can
of the you nor do him anyharrnr'V ,, _
general to
: V ,The heart Is longing to greet! Nicaragua + *
I' could 'hold hands' this son has been much in the fields and "
V as we strolled along What is this so/find back In the ? If
;,' -G. H. Turner, In Pathfinder the road. My uncle wanted us to states and territories of ) I' from his shaggy; dress you know that he is a crackling as at tree branches wooc .
goin States states that he has has been watching the herds. The mountain bleatn
"" I just and a struggle. Go, Abraham and
V the wagon with him and his family, i intimalion that the LYNCHED air has painted his cheek rublcond. He it is. Oh, it ram that, going fe.l.
A nAY OF : ut I was too wise. is twenty or twenty-five or, as some suppose the woods,ha was. crooked horns fastened
pointed President
by !
NARTYRDO11c "It thirty-three years of age. nevertheI -
was two miles to the Drake and entangled the brushwood aal"Conld
V I and four miles to town. I amine into the Nicaraguan I I le a boy;considering the length of life to not get loose, a I-Abraham seizes it gladly .
V was I
i j ject intends to mike a which people lived in those times and the and quickly unloosens Isaac from the altar *
I- :.J young reporter to meet Melvina at the turn in the to the RECOMMENDED TO fact that a son never is anything but a boy the ram on kU plv.-e. sets the .
I V were listening to road just below her father's hon p. port president on I to a" father. I remember that my father put brhwo.J of the altar, lamp uu

; _V the whir of an electric The sun was about two hours high and l et. OP TIlE COURT. used to come Into the house when the children smoke of the sacrifice begin to.,"rise-
d were home on some festal occasion '
The the blood rolls the of the
; ;z:___ fan the other cast long shadows on the ground as I British ambassador and say, "Where are the boys?" although ht'i dawn the side fire, and '1 altar V .

V night when tte trudged along to the try sting place. Pauncefote authorizes an the boys" were twenty-are aad thirty and the Ind wrd.drops 'BehoM the Lamb of Gad tbfar- -

F' V Colonel rem- "I remember I took out my knife denial of the published Unsatisfactory and a thirty-five years o* atce. So this Isar-o Is t the sins of the world .
grew he called at the state only a boy to Abraham. and this father's Wall what are going to V
V iniscent. and cut a stout stick from a hedge Does the Work. you
heart is in him. It is Isaac hero and Isaao e.o
this? There Is aged of
; ; "Away before along the roadside in anticipation of mission of great importance, there. If there is any festivity around the p et. AD"I minster of It that V

the war,"remarked a possible brush with the lion. The he informed Secretary father's tent, Isaac muse enjoy it. It fa when ResaY you:to do a thing, whether it

j'J J1'F'' the Colonel, mus- air was heavy with the sweet smell of view of the interpretation S. C., Guardian, in Isaac's valk, and Isaac's apparel. and setD reasonable to you or not. go" ahead V
orchards and country places on the Monroe issued at 10 o'clock manners, and Isaac's prospects, and Isaac'sprosperity. anl do it. Here Abraham couldn't havebeenmistaken. 'c-
ingly, "when I was ripening grain new- The father's heartstrings are
God d1dn'tepeaks3Indist1nc.
just V sprouting my first whisker-a mown hay, and I was the happiest! i in connection with the ht, gives the following all wrapped around that boy and wrapped IT that it was not certain whether,he called

epindle-shanked, truant-playing prod- youth *in Missouri.\ I made up my dispute Great Britain the trial, conviction and again. until nine-tenths of the old man's Sarah or Abimelach'or somebody else-,but
mind I delay in preparing its reply l one of the four negroes' life is tn Isaac.! I can just imagine how with divine divine
to cent
net was going spend riani
of the effete East-my father sent every ton. itonation.
lovingly and proudly' he looked at his only '
Mr. E. R. divine "
me out into Southwest :Missouri to get I possessed on Melvina. mitting it to this Kovt'ruml'nt.ttornt murdered son. empbasi ,
ham ahead to do hIs duty
braced up. I don't know what was "Directly I came to where she was. 4 >Y General Harmon 9th for the purpose Well, the dear old man ha,!borne a great knowing rhed tblt b1ndly"thn.s would com out right.. VV

the'matter with me, but I'was all run She had on a dress that couldn't have graphed H. E. Latham, deal of trouble an l it had left its mark I LIkews do so jonrseiveThere is,mys
cost more than but she marshal for this morning at upon him. In hieroglyphics of wrinkle the your life. There la some bardea vmr
a Delaware
down and was convinced quarter, to
my story was written from forehead to chin. h avetocatry. You don't know 'whyf3odhas
that the Missouri farm of looked like a in it, although, I owners the and Judge Buchanan presid- But his trouble
a season on queen arms now stwna all gone, and were put It on is,some '- '&
my uncle would prove beneficial alike must confess, it fit her like it wa cutout found upon the tug Taurus, against William Blake, a ,::Iad that he i3 very soon to rest forever. tioD, some ta yoTere. don't Pre, (V

to my mind and body. I might say with a pair of skates. A wide- seized about September Blake, Prince Graves and If the old man shall get decrepit, Isaac is God allows i. There. is a work: for yoi' V
for the murder of Mr. Btrons enough to wait on him. lithe father do, and hav- not enough Rraqo '
you :
before further that it did. brimmed hat sat jauntly on her brown Wilmington Del. for
going pet dim of eyesight, Isaac will lead him by .to do It. Do
"I ,bade my mother a sorrowful curio and her face looked like a ripe tion of the neutrality was taken up. About '; the hand. If V the father become destitute vance and do your wholeduty.a Abrahp.. iii" Ad

V goodby; away back in New York City, peach to a hunirry man. United States. Home thirty were examined and a I' Isaac will earn him bread. How glad we to give up Isaac, :rand perhaps you will not V V
V "I had I made out against the are that the ship that has 1een In such a have to give anything. 'Jehovuhjlrh'V
calculated hit up;
and in due course of time I landed on on making a fc'und on bo'inl, and the "
stormy sea nt last
o coming into the harbor. -th"Lord whit provide. A capitaf 1esso-
\V the farm of my uncle.. It was a revela with Melvina with my store clothes tag were the Rubj j"ct of a Are you not 'rejoiced that glorious old Abraham this old minister-gives us. .,,

tion. ,The verdure-clad hills, the I and I did. I paralyzed her. She,jusi mington, and the men were of Frazer, Jason, is through with his troubles? No, no! Out yondeJ In this house' is V an v

breezes smelling; spicy and sweet, the stood and looked at me while wave and the tug released. Tho was sufficient to sat A thunderbolt! From that clear eastern woman, o*heaven in her'Se 1*
V after wave of hot blushes chased heard tht-m that they were sky there drops into that father's tent a i is half waythroiuh the door. She 4
cold water from the well, wholesome uuher ammunition nbnnrd have voice with h'
an announcement enouzh to turn i hand on the pearl!of the gate. Mother
food in large quantities, horses ride white neck and congregated in her the custody of the United set of murderers, and black hair whiteand to stun the patriarch into' wotililyou get put of this subject?' MOhT

and a lovely pool to go swimming in face. :I stood simpering like a prize shaL The action of,the to :Mr. Raymond Mear's Instant annihilation. God said, "Abraham!" she says, "I wotfU learn that It 13 in the l&

made a new boy of me in a week. idiot. She began to cry and wouldn'( eral closes the incident. night of August 9th for The old man answered "Here I am." God pinch that God-Jomos to the relief. ,You Me

r Barring the fact that I tell me what was the matter with her, of murder and robbery. said to him: "Take thy son, thy only son the altar was re dy, and Isaac was faed
was compelled
Ianc whom thou lovest
:Mora Has Ills Mony at and get thee Into' on it, and the knife was .ad -
to retire with the rest of.the family at and I, wise in the ignorance of youth, Sr., denied any part the land of Morion and offer hint there as a I the last moment God broke in and stopped V V

9 o'clock at night and get up at an L didn't know that, like all women, she After more thnna score I i but it was very plain that burnt offering." In other words slay him; proJ eJng.: S it ha been in my life of

bourn the morning when the dew on L was proud, and ashamed to be seen waiting, Antoino Maxima The gold watch and cut his body into fragments; put the fragments SCVI yeat. Why, sir there was a tie
on wood set fire to the
ceived ; wool and letsaac's when va3 all out of the house
Friday through ,
V the grass felt to my bear feet like ice, with me, because of the splendor of for repres of the murdered man I body be consumed to'ashes. I set the table at noon and had nothing to
V 'waterthat farm was heaven. It was I my raiment. I jollied her along, toM payment I found in his posseEsion I "Cannibalism! Murder! says some one. put on it, but five minutes of 1 o'clock a -
two heavens"when I got acquainted I her how nice and sweet she looked, Cuban estate. "The payment I him. I! "Not so." said Abraham. I hear him soliloquizes oflireadeame. .Tha Lord will provide. loa
: directly to Dr. Th'lriguez "Here is the boy on whom I have de- j. son was and I said: 'Dear Lord -
with Melvina Drake. swore she would be the belle of the II. Townsend, the acting ver sick
pended! Oh how I loved him!
j He
mond I, was: take him fromme. 1
"Melvina Drake was about the circus, and was generally so lavish in h.ennedyRttornoys. for I assisted by :Major W. S. I given in answer to prayer and now must I: yo1. do you reat? Pfc.-ue 1 away don't take-

1 'fourteenth child of a farmer' living my praise of her that she consented" in the form of a check .ni : The prisoners had no i surrender him? 0 Isaac, my son! Isaac,how him away. Why, Lr ar neibhbor &

about two miles nearer town than my finally to pro with me if I'd let her go: Olney, lrawn ou the the judge appointed I shall I part with youi But then it I alway who have three land four sons. my .
V rer of the Unite State. ut safer to do n me to. I only son. This is Isaac. Lord." .
home and fix hit. Still I didn'tknow my yoawon't
Her Hamilton. After
undo. father, Solomen Drake, up a and In dark before and God .
places got me
't the what was the matter but 1 let I The amount of the check : the of I will do out take him away from me, wl You'ButIsawhe
was poorest man in the county. counsel and charge implicitly a God has told mt was getting worse .worse V
:He' was poorer than watered buttermilk her go.: I I 809.76, which represents : the jury retired. although it is very dark. I can't seo my all the time, and I ture round and

but the nicest, mildest man "1(: laid down in the shade of a tre- interest in the indemnity! ( in the room twenty-two way, bat I know God makes no mistakes,. ,until after awhik sbm "{ pry. V
ain; minus his and to Him I commit myself and my darling could 'Thy\\il 0 Lord ba doneL'Tb-
Sf assignments ,
say V
the to wait for her. The |
nered old man you ever saw. His on grass sun, on their return Clerk son.. doctors him and all ,him
gav up, we gave
wife sallow climbed higher and loadeJ cent to Dr. Rodriguez awl and Early in the morning there is a stir around I
was a skinny looking, wagons the verdict of 'guilty up. And. as wasthrt custom in those times V
overworked woman, with no pleasurein with country people rattled by on tha thaniel l Paige, his principal William Blake to the Abrnam's tent. A beast of burden is fed I we had made therr.ive cotb&an"" wewAr

store for her bat death. :Both were way to the circus. I had just figured resentatives, and minor court. the saddlrd.awful Abraham makes no disclosureof wrispering nbouttbe exercspl when
secret. At the of
day he I looked and I saw"
hard-working and honest, but they out that we would miss the pataie and made to other persons. ::; ordered Prince Graves, say ''Come. come. Isaac, gt bral. up! We arn II brow, showing fh4rt some the perspiraton"on his V' V

V had some kind of a hoodoo on them. grand free exhibition: outside the bi Favors the Canal l't-oj anti William Frazer to off oa a two or three dava journey." and he spoke to us so naturally that'broleD

They were old residents in that part tent if Melvina didn't harry when she It is undcrbtool iu they were sentenced to I wood hear until tho ax tbe hewing sticks and aro splitting made.the amid the wa going to fjr-i well He dM get Ie.he wl

'of the country, and their ancestors hove in view. I looked at her a second the report of thf' cnginl'(r within tho walls of thet lengh and tD\* right Uriel-ness, and right then: log to my bo son shin Isaac and consumed I thought of disease w.(g V

had been there before them, but as far and then jumped the air so suddenlyI \vhich visited Nicaragua last Friday, December iaslened! on the beast of burden. loosened from that aa. And, bless sour-

back las the memory'of man could extend jarred myself. If my raiment hl.'lparalyzet'l L will favor the coiistructiou company''c Sr., was then directed They pass the on. Thuro are four o* them. sou Ls.that's beea so for seventy years, andi1niyvoIce'verenetaoweak.andIfi

: the Drakes had always been poor: Melvina she got even nil I ter-oceanic canal, but that it t; and he WIIS sentenced to two Abr.ham. Goiiig father;along Isaa-,the the road son,I and sea could -

-as my uncle said-'pore as shucks.' right.! She had placed a cheap rib recommend of his E'srnnls into his sjo. better, I could preach to you younger ",-,
) : the entire r ,/About all the Drakes seemed fitted for bon around her neck and spoile tin | surveyed und upon i was quiet in the court Baying: "Father wtmt is tb.mteli Ar J teople'Rn see this- whenever you get'81 Into" V

V was getting hold of horses that beauty of it and hal covered her pretty claimed thut work costing I mnnrurs of disap you not weli V Has lythinc ? Are tough place and your hear is breaking, i '. .

.. couldn't' draw anything but flies. feet with a pair of shapeless harl, II aggregate several millions aDd it was evident hat l you around 1 the my ar', the Then son, turn.n say you will will look a Httl farh branclis the woods
>ou see, cadsjlt ?.
1. "As I was saying, :Melvina was heavy, cowhide shoes. Bat she hal I h.H.sbeen performed.. It isnlso of mercy of Wm. "Ah. father etn. old. and he has had stitutft and a dp1T mnce. My son. GoJ ,:

about>> the fourteenth of the Drake something else on that knocked in-j that the commissioners will was not approved. The trouble enough days to kill him!" provide lamb." w
The ,1
brood, and she was a dream. I speechless. third morning has come, and it is the Thank you. mother, for that short ,
guess of the, canal at much gre'lter (' were then hand- day of the tragedy. The two servants seron
ehe was about sixteen years, big and "Years and years had this! cyowninc); that estimated by the sheriff and his consta- left with the beast of burden, while Abra are I two could and preach never bank(10 to you fear for!a I minute wish I 01 I'
*.aweet and healthy. Her cheeks were feature of Melvina's attire been in tlu Company, whose ch-irter it to the jail. Court then ham and his son Isaac as was the custom of half as good a bi .9 of you n?<.ven as yoa h I

: as rosy and clear as a Missouri apple, Drake family. It was an heirloom. I I ed! that the gov rument shall hour being 7:30; o'clock. hill good to people sacrUlce in those to the times, went up on the Do not fear,'moflrer. Whatever happens,no ,

and her'eyes were big and blue. And guess, and the only piece of finery tIle It is expected that the: I the solicitor, and taken off the beast's bak Lort put The on wood Isaac is s hUD will ever l at/pen to :you. I was goin I
flight ofstair.s and I
a long saw aged
up an
she was so do innocent that I family '4essed. Melvina blnsa- back. Abraham has
-goue pO report will claim that the attorneys had reached in one hand a pan of woman decrepit and with a cane
: V Lope I may die if it didn't use to en LV : inland simpering-hardly knowinq: cannot be built and the Sheriff McTeer was keen coals or a lamp and in the other a sharp, creeping ver up. She made but very .' ;

barrass me like thunder. whether I would sufficiently admire; it Atlantic and Pacific coasts the knife. Here are al the aopliances for: progress, and I telL very eXhernt, nJll ltP .:
I I push eaortce,you say. ther is one:thing; said to her "Whi mother.that is
I Consequence" was, I got 'mashed or not-was wearing it, requlatioi in proper condition for a for the solicitor. In ft wanting. There is no victim-no pigeon or: 4il, threw no way togo ;.1
upstair an< around
on Melvina hard 'mashed.' '1: don't fashion. It was an old-fashioned muff heifer lamb. my arms ;
; less cr not knowing that he \
than '
carried .
Iac. her
100000000. sheriff said that himself and I 4i(>r up and put her
believe a stronger case of calf'loveever of some heavy black far and as big had been is to be the up into his father on the lauding a the top of the st tira.doW .
Carlisle to !Speak. overpow face and oaks a question which must have cut ."
developed in thii whole State of bass-drum. said: "Thank yotfj thank you. I ani very V
old "
to "
himself had been man the bono.
Missouri: _If I saw one of my cousinsor "Perspiration broke oat of every Secretary Carlisle hue several, and carried picked father said, "My son. Isaac 3fy, here father 1 The The hankfal." 0 ,when you get through i
this and
men am"
other in The idea of invitation to attend the son said .Behold the le'j work you want to go upytairt
any boy talking to her I pore my body. me, tire and the wood but and the I
Blake > place God
Wm. has
would in clothes' look of the New York chamber of yards. where is the lamb?" The father's rt % pro ..g.
go to some secluded spot and togged out 'store and I Frazer who and lip quivered vi-Jed for you, yon will not have to climb up .
cry and b't my soft ndddle against 'a log like a dude, going to a circus' ou November 18th next. Mr. I I knocked together heart and fainted his and his knees you will not have tc crawl up painfullyTha .
forced from entire
tree. A/ejpight:: I used to lay awake: the Fourth of July with a :girl:; carrying V will deliver the principal I were and soul shiver in sickening anguish body, mind he t7v > arms t hat 'stretched on the c \'
of the constables and will be and
V hero. muff that must have '1 will beou the administration's I struggles gain R flung you, you ,'
anddrpuzfyself: a I used I to; a weighe equlpo ise. for he not hoisted with lilt
a glorious all
beyond weariness
I the woods. The sheriff
.. imagine Melvina tearing down the eight pounds and would have warmed policy. He declined to I into want his to son's brlak face down And then look and all struggle. May the God of Abraham ''k. .
!! this information return- with
:i thousand "
road on & fiery steed, with certain au ice-house, w'as maddening. Bit vitation to deliver an j tendernesses and and Isaac bar th you until you see the
: and it was then ascer says, ) son, God will Lamb on the hilltops. '
\ death.staring her in th face, and me Melvina looked BO thoroughly:: sd r. Tammany hall ratification provide Himself lamb."* -
the handcuffs had been I Now, that aged minister has made
'11 coming up unexpectedly, stopping the satisfied that 1 hadn't the be.irt to tell[ New York, October 2d9: on ; i I The twain nro now at the foot of the;hill. and tis:aged woman has male a suggestion a- ''t"

(. hone and rescuing her, sustaining in i her that the sweet simplicity of dress he would be en route with : way and Frazer, who the transc place'nnt which is to be famous for n most suggestion. I,wiilznake a suggestion: ,
Blake n I
( the she dent to tho Atlanta to old man had occmrancp. Thevgatuer some t'oing the MM makes
when think
operatiun a broken leg and sundry wore she first met me was stones out 0:the field asd build up m8 .
an of
; other bruises. Then I'd imagine Mel- more becoming by far than the big has also] declined an \" I to the custody of the tbre-or four fuet higb. Then they take this SAuriSoe. Isaac,the only son of Abra

J Tina nursing me back to life, and fm'ally cowhide boots and the muff. So J dress the labor union :{ wood off Isaac's back and sprinkle it over tw.) J6lstheonysonoIGod: On those.. 0 :i

$ marrying me. My head was full made the best of it and let it go. I Chicago, IlL, on December i j. numbering about fifty tbe 0'ne stones altar is so UOue-it as to help te all and done.invite Isaao the flame Isnae. O Jesus!UBut( this lat' ,'r19v'ii ;

fcuch staff. "'I old but tha the of sound to a dense piece of has more tremendous one. When V
1"the am an man now, :;, subject money. holped to build it. With his father he ha a tiikfi
1 One day, along in June, there memory of the attention I created in : lisle states that about that I i half a mile from the discussed whether the top of the table is that was lifted criad over"St Calvary!" and there hand was arrested ..!
I fame out our way a wagon loaded with that little country town that day is :'.! trcBB will assemble and his swung Wm. Blake, Sr., even.I.and Then whether there the is wood i properly pre Shou keen tremendous p It cut dow f. i'j.

.circus. bill?, paste pots and bill sticker vivid in my mind. The circus wasn't Washington will be I: pare looks nround to see if there a not Toe son. thro\ h nerve and aer until the /

and they slathered the countryside in it. A number of times I was temp timates that he may find an ,I t Mnrdangu, acting cor- animal that can be caught and some butchered livlag sprayed the face of c cntoner and V 1

I with signs announcing the great ed to run away, miles and miles:: out nity to deliver an address I the body cut down and for down the offering. Abraham tries to choke the its midday face oe sun<'an dropped oj it could a veil not endure over the )

;. Egypto-Africano Circus and Menageries Melvina was having such a good time L labor organizations of : the courthouse square grief in his order fatherly that he feelings and SUpplS his scectacle. 0 Isaac of Mount Jloriah! 0

t h V was to show in town on the Fourth that I looked pleasant andstood it.; subject. II. was impaneled and an in-I the terrific news that he may is to brak be the victim.son Jesus of Mount Calvary! Better could God '

V of July. When I left home my father She never took her hands out of that To Be : The verdict of the jury i Ah, Isaac never looked more beautiful I have throw way.into annihilation a thousand V
and I muff all and Investigated. came to his death from than on that day to his |I word than t have sacrifled His only I
gave me $10, had most of it left. day, only to eat drink j father. As the old Son. not of ,
, .: V 1 made up my'mind that I would take and several times she asked me to holdit J. F. Parkhnrst, counse! i iRothpchild j'I a gun-shot wound, the man eon's ran hair his be emaciate I fingers through his His I Son. If He ha not ten given sons no; i was :
of Bath to himself Hi
N. Y.
Melvina to the circus, and directly my for her while she fired up her hair ceived through the heart, the !. give him up?sid What wi'l' his: "How snal I you and I would perished, *' s ';1
word from
. dreams at night took the form of a or tied her shoe or something. Onetime Secretary i. being unknown to the when I come back without my boy?say I loved the world that He gave His only'J
monster lion while I the muff I instructions had been thought ho would have been the stop there, not Lec1 I have tha '
with holding comfort
V rushing at her open was of but forge
United States _ because I 1
ambassador to my declining days. I qicaton.
thought he
mouth and the lion lost herforafewminutesiu the crowd I would
me engaging just the have been the hope of to "Gocso lovtd the world that He gave Eta V
Rothschild ages
to Beautiful
; .as he was about b grab her, and and 1 endured more agony until I lay case WILL RESIST. and loving, and yet to die come.under only begotton Sorf that whosoever beliavctb

V chocking him to death with one hand. found'her again than 1 did when I got t; imperial government at own hal 0 Gal, is there not some other my in Him should" not perish, but have everlasting t .

I "The next time I saw Melvina-I shot through the leg in the war. Wo Rothschild left the United i for Ten Late Improved thlt wl do? Take my life and thought life. of Great that God, break my heart at the it
Ma! sacrifice. Isaac the,only,
need to her walked home in the all May for Germany to visit his j! Maxim Guns. spare out my blood and save- ."
see every day, in fact, I moonlight Isaac for mother and the typical of Jesus the only. ,
world! V
V 'came' pretty near being with her all i right, but we didn't 'hold hands:,' I ing with him his ![ .. question is ap- this was h thwart straggle. The father But Ihavebeeatoldihstthe cathedral of St. i

_V V' the time-1 asked her if she'd co: to partly because Melvina had her hands i and the regular United States ;! acute stage, with possi- controls his feelings and looks Into his son's Mark of stands Venice In a quarter In the center of the ..

circus. I thought she'd faint in the muff and partly because 1, was signed by Secretary Gresbam. j I by the South face and says, "Isaac, must I tell you all?" cit 12 at noon, and the that birds when the clock
His son said "Jes tall from the city
Her opened wide and did herm so dad blamed mad at her that I could after his arrival he was : rather; I'thought you the regions .
, eyes so 'j to British ag- had something on your mind. Tell it.I Tbe ane rnnd about the city fly to
mouth and astonishment was engraved nave slapped her. They male it so prisoned as a deserter from signified by disclosures father said. "3Iy son, laa thou the sqar and dow. It came in this 1

, V oa e'feJ'1line of her countenance. She hot for me when I got ho .e to my man army. After two days York Sunday on lamb!" "Ob." you ar that hele:woman passing one .
was brought before the young man, if he noonday aro square, saw Borne f
with uncle's with their remarks about Mei- twenty or thirty bid
was so overcome joy that she j just The govern of ae, smite into W8 dust years I shivering cold,and she scattered
at down and cried. I sat down, too, vina's muff that I started borne the and allowed to pay a fine of is providing He could have done it." hi, Infr fatheri crumbs braamo.g them. Thenexdy,

. and that was the first time I ever next day. I don't know whatever became .i give bail pending a .- ;,; modern armament, and this time that the scene was typical of a I at of the sme seater. crmb

, I kissed her. Young man that kiss is of Melvma Drake but I do Know : matter by the military : supplies has ordered Messiah who was to come,ant so he made to amongthem, so on yes ,
ten until the
; sacred I suffered tee for her line He did not wait for a : no le. They fell on each other's necks year day of her death. In hei i
a memory with me. I have day, sa.ce, : guns,from the Brit- and wailed out the parting. Awful I will she bequeathed a certain amount ol
i experienced a good many sensations tbe keenest martyrdom.. -st. Louis L but left Germany. Later the manufactures them. matchless scene of the wilderness! The and money to ke"p up the same practice, and V

.. in my time, but the sensation of kissing Republic. autborities'remittf'd his not placed through rock et-hrt back the braa'ciug of I I now. at the first strose of the oell at non
'.4 a handsome,buxom Southwest Mis- prisonment of six weeks, but :. l any .cry, "My son. my son!" thei hears, the bids begin to jrotie' there, nnd when the
firm and olhe
the 8wer
Euglit.h' !
12 the
"My father hl in covered
The Camel's: I'ace. the fin-. thus asserlin-' my father! \ square
e girl right square on the soft supposed, does not know j Do not with them. How beautifully suggestive!
I sweet lips while the tears from her Seven miles an hour is the camel's upon a United States citizen : of the goods. At the to Ag.tmbmnou; ompare willing this. as some to people have, Christ comes out to feed thy soul to-day
4 heavenly eyes are running down and best puce, nor can. it maintain tnis in the German army. |!I syndicate of United daughter, Iphl enin. to please the up gods.his !! the The better more hungry it is. It you 2s noon feel, yourselves and the gospeiclo'tc to ba

making pearly drops on your budding pace over two hours. Its usual! ape ed Morgan Line Steamships which has secured J There In obedience is nothing comparable to this wonder- strikes 12.. Como ib Comas <

V mustache, is something better than all is about five miles an hoar-a SOW, The state department has the Ventzuelan gold that victims for to the true God. You know'I dove to the window! All fock Is Oiled
/ of them put together. And when, which is j scrlct were always bound, I f F the liquid chine: Come
. lounging pace, beyond it from B. B. Seal, ,United by great Britain is pre- j so that they mi strsg.e away. Raw- Come! Com '
like Melvina, she puts her brown, bare dangerous, with nine camels out of lar agent at Bluefields, large forces of pros- !I lings, the may wa- dying for V

arms around your neck and kisses ten, to urge them, or else, as Asiatics report relative to the and wormen into the : be.d Christ's the manacle to the blacksmith who Richest Man la the Worl. .

back-words are superfluous. say, they "brea their hearts,**=and the Morgan Line steamships tight now, for my flesh, "Fasten those chains Barnato, the originator of the KMrbm.
'Finally the glorious Fourth ca'eV die the may sirugg e might is now estimated t;> worth t!
"literally" spot.-P41a.- Uo b
V I port which shows that the : fy. Isa's arm were flene. his ntrly aU of which 5.00.00 .
: around and I got ready for the circus. delphia Ledger. fet are tiej. The old man. his African ha ben
mining ,
I company was not satisfied
I Kell Improving. strength, lifs him raly VI during the past twa
might explain here that I had treatment on to a wood. years. The nominal capital of his bank
the wai
suit of clothes and W. by Nicaraguan attendant Ad- Fastening a thong on one side of the originally *12OjOttK
brought a store a Captain George Coach, of I the ment. Mr. Seal learned upon bo makes the alta in $5 share They

,% pair-of shoes from .the East with me, steamer Old Dominion, has held I his agent of the Kell state that he is the thong span a the other body of side Isaac of the, fate the opened capital at from 6f the$l&bank to e2 premium V, a

but I had the clothes commission for company I each dray brings re- and another thong now
never worn on L LV forty-nine fields and another thong
year&V after the abut ti5OO. was formerly
There a
of hs ultimate! recovery. I lamp flickering In the wind 'I, VV V


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belts which are strapped over the face Waist Tr1mmtns'Are Getting Elab- chenille dots which has'been so fash.

and abont the body.. These straps orate-How to Wear Veils- ionable and so blinding, is a trifle PowderABSOLUTELY A List of Reliable Atlanta Bu$- -

contain .electric pnsh-bnttonslocate<1 Styles Jackets passe tirely. ,out but of it is style.too becoming to. go' en- LV1 iness'' Houses where visitor 4
which conuercted '
certain and
at points, are Capes.
q ,by wires to a register apparatus. In I Veils are still worn long,' tp come to the Great Show will $* -
:, ;this :way the practice of boxing can be below the chin, and are as much apart properly treated and can purchase S
trimmings of a costume as the hat itself. ----------
fcientifio basis and are grow- /
rednced to a very ,
; more and more elab- The plain mesh is preferred by some goods at lowest price-.
'every hit scored when a point is made. WAIST Telephone Newspaper. Lead Us Not Into Temptation. .,
to the dots but both admis. -5-
if that fancy are
were possible S
The belts and button, of course, are t --

,cushioned, BO that no blow can harm until there is no sable. The telephone newspaper organized First Brother (at. Ocean Grove)- STILSOfi COLLINSJEWELRY
the and thus the practice of telling where this extreme will end. Good brother What
body, at Pesth, Hungary, has now been morning, a
'boxing has many unpleasant feature) A new costume has an arrangement of DAINTY CAPES. working successfully for two years. It perfect divine Sabbath morning 1 .

eliminated- therefrom. fichu and drapery that illustrates the Wee capes that are not altogether! is called the Telephone Hirnondo, or What a truly religious feeling pervades CO., .

i. .excesses to which this fashion is being unlike those of last season are to he Herald, costs 2 cent, like a printed this holy spot It was a heavenbornidea "
of the 55 Whitehall St..Atlanta.Ga.
: Nye'a Rye Field. carried. A narrow section ma- in the theatre and for..the founders lock the .
stylishly worn con- paper, and is valuable to persons who to gateson S
: Lately I had a letter from Bill Nye terial extends over each shoulder from -I are unable or too lazy to use their the Sabbath morning, and thus shut Everything. the Jwrelry and.SllTtT' S
the waist line at the back to the bod- Line
cultivated at Factory'Prices.
"written at his highly farm
eyes, or who cannot read. out sin and worldly business. I .-' :
in the mountains of North Carolina ice point in front. This is laid in > -
Second Brother '
It has 6,000 subscriberswho, receive -Amen, Brother!
im which he says: "I have a field of plaits hold that them are caught in place.down From or pressedto the the news as they would ordinary tele- Amen! But whither dost thou journey PHILLIPS & CREW CO
farm that I think will run
-rye on my A wire 168 ? .
of this tabs fall almost phone messages. special 87 Peachtrt !. .
about four gallons to the acre. Come front plaiting long Street .
First Brother-Oh I'm
miles the windows of going over
long runs along ,
skirt in front. .
to the hem of the
.d01'D.Chicago! Times-Herald. the houses of subscribers which are to Acbury Park to purchase milk and I STANDARDPianos ; 5
Around this and the waist section is a
Like a Ten...... Serpent plaiting made extremely' fall and connected with the main line by separate -I Sunday papers. Where do you go? and Organs

Hidden In the grass malaria tutralt our graduated.' Over the shoulders it is --'f wires and special apparatus which Second Brother-I'm going over SHEET MUSIC, ...

a :- ,appioacb to spring at and fasten its fangs about eight inches wide and grows I! prevents the blocking of the system by there, too. I want to get some bread MUSICAL MERCHANDISE.S-,

upon us. There I*, however, a certain antidote an accident at any of the stations. for breakfast.--Paek.
narrower to the waist line, whero it is
to Its venom which rendcrw' .t powerless but about inch and half in width.I Within the houses, long, flexible wires
tor evil. HotctterV Stomach Bitter li this an a
,acknowledged and world-famed specific> and The same order is observed in the. make it possible to carry the receiverto S A Matter of Inheritance. I $ BROS. -
Itis, beslues this a thorciuh' curative for
the bed other of the
rheumatism dyspepsia. liver tomplaint. constipation tabs. At the lower portion the plaiting or any part fa IB and 17 t' 5ATLANTA
,la erlppe and nervon-ne e. In cons.1eceuce is very wide; a large, loose bowis room. Tommy (inspecting himself in the Whitehall Street ;

i and age it is very serviceable. placed at the waist line in front and The news is not delivered as it happens lookingglass-Papa) there's a little GA.

Tne musk deer and the civet cat are never covers the meeting point of the plait- to come in,but is carefully edited mole on the right side of my nose just -ONE PRICE- k 1 t'oxacTIExEL

found in compaay. ings that pass over the shoulders. and arranged according to a printed like the one Uncle Scadds has on the : : : ,

Dr. Kl tner's SWA MPROOT cure This arrangement is made of taffeta schedule, so that a subscriber at any right side of his nose. I must have Tailors,Hatters and Furnishers. T'

ali Pamphlet Kidney and ami Consultation Bladder, silk and crepon, and is large enough time knows what part of the paper he got that from him.

Laboratory Cinuhaniton.N. Y. to almost entirely cover the waist and is going to hear. Tommy's father (with some bitter-

Krien-Ulilp is a1 ways delicate making its! the tops of the sleeves nearly to the It begins with the night telegramsfrom ness-If you did, you're the only rela-

r demands. elbows. all parts of Europe. Then comes tive he has that ever got anythingfrom
D. not b. Misled Another waist trimming has double the calendar of events for the day,with him.-Chicago Tribune.

by statements regardinc supposed curative ruffle of taffeta bilk on a wool ma- I A PASaiONABLE CAPE. the city news and the list of strangersat

juilltir comp of und tonic'. ..Little nervines permanent cod-liver rood oil andiron results terial. These ruffles are set in just I the hotels. After that follows articles A B ok for Women.

from their nOW!. Thn greatest! good comes over the shoulders, and are graduatedto ceri!; room, and it is a dainty example on music, art and literature. successful To assist! treatment modest, afflicted of dis a-es women peculiar in the to

;., DyipcpsU>'y'lncr..lnr Remedy the digestive will do that.power.In'lyner's simp'e the waist line, where they form a of this sort of garment that is pre. The staff is organized like that of their sex.a bi-olt has t>en prepared. nn-ler the 78&WHITEHALL $75 .'

Indigestion it will give comfort at once: in surplice eflect. Over these double sented here. Of white gros grain, it i any other newspaper, and is on duty direction eminent physicians of Rev. R.and L. M.specialists Elree, assisted entitled by 4TLANTA.GA.
chron'e 4 and with* little per'everance. bring a rernuient luffles arc very pointed revers composed of a panels cut morning of Female Disease r
' cure. Price CO cents per bottle. Tor the dress fabric. These revers ale into points at the lower ends and em- I o'clock at night. After the copy has Tile book 1* written in simple language
easily under.tood.And contains: V
u.l.,by all drugglsu.K : opened on the shoulder like a lapel, broidered with tiny spangles in di- passed through the editor's hands, for lst.-A description! of the Inmate organi'm S S 'S

hot ..l..lo. Extraordinary. one point running in front of the agonal lines. The lower edgo is finished the paper is subject to the same restrictions 2d.-I,, triu tions for detecting the approachof o TO AVOID THIS 178X3
the menstrual age. and for treatment durIng -
- IUg'Two were at rra tumid mulberrletatten In tb.orchard 85 hoe in :Ma! These and sleeve, the other in the back. with an accordion plaited black as ordinary newspapers, and monthly period,and to insure its regular oil H. TETTERINETh .

- kept there till Feptrxnber eating nothing b.itmnlberne S is liable for its communitations, it is return. Th. fi-tn.1! and batmtow
3rd.-A nilnut description of diseases affecting T CVIM for th w mt jp of Kcntu.
and fat when taken
out. ,They"were were fed perfectly a little corn to harden given to the "speakers." These are the genital, urinary and menstrual R I .TfctUr.. Rincw"ti!* f4S."' ...olf erastm roach p4okoa iol.-. '
the me t a-id thn killed. Two ncies of ten men with strong voices and clear organ of women, uiving. their cause, symp- GroooJ itoh. chat., etuiM. 4- ;
.t mulherrv trees 6 o 8 f t. hueh cost S30.00-what toms and trea'ment.A AT P1- Potion from l ITT or p..on o.*.
enunciation shifts
who work in of
two ;
piper edition of th's great book has been In Sand M -
are 85 fnt'hogs worth? For beat k nd-of mulberries C short; AU. ncBCI. Ma.
write for new ra'ologne which is sent at a time and talk the news throughthe prepared,copies.of which c-m be secured for U O*..M 01' .*.11 to J.'T.tiaaptniM.S I
free. Address W. L). Reatie.Atlauta Ga. six oentn in po-taxe. Write, RCY. R. L. f| f OB&h- Gu..toro. box. iijotdrai
B M Hta_ telephone. McElree.St. Elmo Tenn. *at dant*..?U-
.L | Keep Men Po..r. ., There are twenty-eight editions uttered Youwilnd1tstCflALO..TyaEn'SAtlanta. -
I FITS Mopped free by Dot KLINE'S GREAT
:, The clerk might be"boss" if he had the head a day. Additions to the first edi- NEars RESTORER. N'o tits after tirn day's use or t-
-tL: for it. The brains are there, but they ilon'tseemto Marveloni cures. Treatise and$2.00tri8,1 bottle
t work. 1h-troubl usually begins in tion are announced as news items. free. Dr. ...Kline 931 Arch St. Phila..Fa. AROMATICEXTRACT
1P the etoraarli. Innige V cause they don't know they have it. but iniagmeKomeibingtlRe. -
Mr Winllow's '
Soothing Syrup for childrenterthlntr "
in the subscribers entertained -
4 are
Rlpans I abules insure
,softens the gums,reduces inflamma- ANDRHUBARB S
"- wound digestion and a clear head. They regulate with vocal and instrumental con- t ion.allays pain.cures wind colic. 25c.a bottle '
the entire >'si cm. Ask the druggist: lora
certs. These at first for :
."- box. were given j.4i j.
them especially in the office of The
: Money Spent In Parker' Ginger Tonics
i..well I inve-ied. It ulxlue< pain and brings Hirnondo, but now the wire is in communication I -FORDysentery- 5-
rt better digestion, better otrengtu aud health. with the opera house and Flux

a Itxrald not get alone without Pi"o'IICur- the musio halls, and on Sundays and V Cholera Cholera MOPbSM Dlarrhma.

'rr, Consumption. It always cures.-Mrs. E. C. paints' days with the churches.
t .iloCLTOX. Ne..dham.ilas... Oct.22, 94.) S -AJRHMmraer >- *. S
The music is transmitted at timesto I
t 1' C.ui lnlat*
";- tyinguur Prodigality pocket-Uxik.generally successful in emp other places in Austro-Hungary, Try It. Price 25c.. BOc.. 1.00 I t
__ -
and recently The Hirnondo michro-
U For Sale by Drug.'iats: or write to S
p. phone was connected with the circuit J. S cv-zL1L: = Szn.l'th: : ,

I -Health going from Trieste, through Vienna, :MANUFACTURING PHARMACIST.

Bremen and Pesth to Berlin, the music 102 Whitehall St., Corner Mitchell -

\. S Built on the solid foundation of pure, being heard in all these places with 1\ I ATLANTA.I .GEORGIA. ,.
o:Ie i: healthy blood is real and lasting. With rich &I1I7/f\\ equal clearness and force. SULLIVAN & CRICHTON'S .

. ; "Vt red blood you will have no sickness. The happy Hungarian can lie abed .

When you allow your blood to become ( :\\ all day and hear everything that is -
thin" going on his town.-New York Sun. *.4 iIv i-: r rn-
: depleted, robbed of the little red corpuscles I _. : ,
I which Indicate its quality, you will ; 5-

I become tired, worn out, lose your appetite S la Either Case, Missed. oNE: ENJOVBoth AND SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND
. i The bent and ctieipnt FasHess Coft'ice In America
.I and strength,and dLsoasu will soon have you He was a well-to-do looking stranger! lime short. Instruction thorough. 4 Penmen.
the method and results when
4 in its and when he had retired for the Big demand for graduates. Catalogue freeSVLIIYkSk
grasp.Purify / night f'1t1"Ut'ftol:, civr
A of is taken it is IIWp..AUa.a.cp.
/ Syrup Figs
1' : ,vitaUze and enrich your blood, and / > the landlord saill to his wife, "If we I' ; pleasantand .

1 keep it pure by taking ,_ :=::' 7/ 4' don't get a good speck out of him, I'll I refreshing to the taste the, and acts For- Style Wear S,aM ComlcTt '
:-----=-- miss my guess." gently yet promptly on Kidneys, r-

t. Hood's.Sarsaparilla After he had been there a week he Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system 'viit5.: : .

!; "--- "cleared," leaving his bill unsettled. effectually, dispels colds, head-

I "Well,"said the landlord's wife, after aches and fevers and cures habitual Shoo Co. '

, 11 i I / 'I they had talked the matter ovcr,, "you constipation. Syrup of Figs is the Bloodworth
.17 /
have missed your gues." only remedy of its kind ever pro-

The Oae True :blood Purifier prominently ia "Yep," said the landlord, humorously ducet., pleasing to the taste and acceptable 14 w'b.1toILL.: JBt. 4CbRilI

:! the public eye. gl. All druggist "I have missed my gnest."Boston t to the stomach, prompt in

3 -' Courier. its action and truly beneficial in its CO14MD1MVJ
.Hood's Dillf CUTe hibann.1 constipnrlllS mILLS FEED3IIus.S -
1",0 H _.tion._ I'nte-JJc..: per boi STATE OF Onto CITOF TOLEDO, }I.c.. effects, prepared only from the most Water Wheels and Hav'Presses.
Luc is COUNTV. \ healthy and agreeable substances, its BEST IX THE MARKET. '
FRANK J. UHENKV maLes onth that IIP i foO tl
.. excellent commend it HrLoarh :Mill Hlftr. (:o., 305, Alia.... a.
3 !'(-lIlor pirtnerof the firm oi' .. J. CHENEY & many qualities
:I +11 If Co., rtoinir bu Iness In t ln C ty "t Toledo to ail and. have made it the most
1 Comity and Sta'e sore all, an-1 that said firm
: will pay the sum 01 ONE HUNDRED DOL- popular remedy known.
\\ : 'P your LARS for each and every ca-or Cut,rrh that Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 CAPT.MOSES Winter I
ca-inot be cured by the use of 11 ILL'S CATARKUtruE.
FIUMC J. CHENEY.tsworn cent bottles by all leading drug- 5
: .. __ ____ to before ,m* and, "iii>-criled inv reliable druggist who
gists. Any
u i presence, this Cta day of DecernVr,A. D.!&?H;. For the South. Ripens November: keep till
: / is Another dress has the waist entirely mousseline de sole frill, and a very -'-- A. V.:. GLSASON, may not have it on hand will procure May. All varieties Fruit! and Nut Tree.

covered with ruffles of very finely delicate pale blue silk lines the whole. "[1'SEAL-or-'\ Notary Public. it promptly for any one who drape tal PJ>tntll.Vine&c.. B-rrr Send Plants.tor new Rnsea.catalogue'Ornamea-t.....

I I1b overworked- crimpled chiffon or crepe ]lisae. Thereis Around the neck comes a full ruche of acts Ha'l's directly Catarrh on Cure the is blood tiken and internally mno us mir-and wishes to try it. Do not accept any W. D. BEATIE. Atlanta. Georgia -

a velvet collar and velvet sleeves. black chiffon with long black ribbon laces of the sy't.'m. Send for tFltlmnnilhi.frpp substitute.

1Lt F and belt, the thin ruffles veiling the I ends. The accompanying hat is of JSg Sold. by F.Druggists J. CUEXFY, T5c.I : .& ("0.,Toledo, O. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. GOOD POSITIONS .

entire figuro with the exception of a fancy jet with coronet crown, is SAN FBAiaClSCO. CAL. SECURED BY STUDENTS S
Do ,all you can to lighten single wide box plait of velvet that trimmed with black aigrettes and I Why You Should Vile Ilindercorn.. LOUISVILLE. M. NEW YORK. N V.

her household cares. over the ruffles and is caught in black plumes, and is lined with the It takes out the c t I Begin to-morrow by at passes the waist line. pale blue silk. I fort surely a 1:00.1 I,xc II an C'E.. l"5c.? at'ru '.fcts. A. N. U......__..............Forty-three9,>. Business Firms 1llpplie- wIth HelD-
sending home a package of Richmond's Commercial' College
: -"Nothing to complain of
HOW TO WEAR VEILS. KstablUhed 1884.

IP There are many little details of. PLAID GOWN ,( -the woman who uses.Pearline. Nothing Send for Catalogue. SAVANNAH.GA. .
I There seems to be quite a fancy fox ._ I
fashion that the world at large knows S I
I of this -.J to complain of in the washing and r. v&{'
not of, but of which it merely sees the plaids every description season, k 3ADAYSURE.L

effect. To the woman who is always and they certainly do brighten up the cleaning line, anyway. And Mntike :foltUHlS
: ax a dar;atMtatrty ami
Buckwheat. well gowned, says the New York Herald -' somber dark blues and browns and in certainly the proprietors of nigh itw work and taarh yon free 5 m ,
work In ho locality where TOO UT I.
; these same little details mean a greens which so many women affect end as roar.ddn .and w.will nptatat
just now. Of course, the plaid is In- Pearline can't complain. If the boc:>niM raUyt rntMraMr we (narante
It means for her a half hour more great deal. *a rroflt ol$3 for every t.ayt -.
4 sleep in the morning. A buckwheat troduced more in the way of timming knew how .., work abwlnUIy raw: writ >i MM.
There is a marked diflerence in how S you only many women, UitHCTimM: ILOMP.M. B.. LI. DMntt, Ml SS
: breakfast can be prepared in a I and accessories than anything else. ..
; moment you know. veils should be worn. They are no I every day, are making up their OaOR.NE'S
:. Z1 tied close the face I A whole plaid lrcss on a large woman : :
longer so across S
always looks a little incongruous.One minds that the old, wearing, tearing
-- --- -
that the eyelashes protrude, but are
_. _. a aUdtne
of the prettiest to use plaid tiresome of doesn't
-: iL: World's Fair I HIGHEST AWARD. loose and flowing. A box plait or ways way washing
fulness the of the veil is in a blouse waist. But even that is f&
gathered at top I ,
paygrowing S
IMPERIAL3rRANUM too loud for a woman of more than ordinary AND 5

stature, so she has to confineher It's bigger than ever-the success Solaool of xtb.izaci.

< /d choice to bands of it.7LQWCBS of Pearline ; though it has to fight not only No text books. ua AI d.:<:C.STA.Actual. bosiixrM GA. from day ot
\ 'DtPr'iolrBII ill""s iMp'r 0011.. CUrl'-sep aJcnndt
\l against all kinds of imitations againsta a-d. Hand for &nJtoaM : t- _._ poor rput I Board f h &p. B. R. tsr paid0 AasuM

Isunquestionablyamost AXD FEATHERS IX Da ""ETS. sort of superstition that anything which can

i_ valuable FOOD :0 sickroom Flowers, as well as feathers, appearon save so much labor must be harmful in some way. Bvory Man His Own flactoi .,:'

the winter bonnet, but in making Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell vol.
a choice one roust consider exactly Beware .this is as rood vieA** "the same as Pearline." ITS A Valuable FAMILY DOCTOR Book .

: ,where either little I what wear will be given to the bonnet FALSE-Pculinc! is never peddled: if your II'OCcrsenda by J. HAMILTON: ATBES, M. D., of six .

: and whether bright-huei blossoms I you an imitation, be honest-send it l/otk. ISOExhausted JAMES PYU; New York. hundred pages, profanely illustratedand

i one or adult needs deli- I will harmonize with the hour and the containing knowledge of how to -

I toilette The style of coiffure has I CURE Disease, Promote Health and

i icate, nourishing diet !11! much to do with the arrangement of Prolong Life. The book also contains

,)> Sold by DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE I the bonnet ou the head. If the hairis Soilsare valuable information regarding marriage --
'J John Carle & Sons New York. the bonnet is little and the proper care and rearingof
:$ \ -".. parted placed a
".. I further back than it is if either a pompadour children. S
... PARKER'SHAIR or a bang is woru made to produce larger and better crops by the Soncl: GO Oontff

: '
t' BALSAM i" -
; C1f'St\IItt aDd b *at.ief the hall use of Fertilizers rich in Potash. .
1'njmotcf o larununt prowth.Hrver
:? Hair to Fails it* to Youthful Bestore Color.Graj; PEOPEE WAT TO WEAR, A VEIL. I SKIRTS Gnaw WIDEE AND wroXR.I '\ Write for our"Farmers'Guide," a 142-pase illustrated book. It Jy \ TheAt1lltFllMISillffllOllsS

l '- ,' _- Cure 8c.rtlp und dimue(t.oo.s*DrogptaITCHIHG hair;lollinr.8c. has been in vogue for some time, but Skirts continue to grow wider and is brim full of useful information for farmers. It will be sent free and cJf4

-/z' l + the ends have still been fastened I wider, but their volume and weight will make and save you m@ney. Address, It.

':1 DII CIYKRS' SaliJ Ex- tight. Now only the upper part of I are diminished by the fact that they YOk.E Best Cough WKUJt Sjrnp.AU' Tanes USE Good.JAILS. Use ..'
WORKS. tnet.Nnr
I tractileU Hurcluua I unlined with the \( 93 In tlire. sold hy rlrccirtMs..J .
.J I eu '". lueuu 1Ii -*ii. pji at uru*,Ii img, orJ. the veil is fastene and the rest is allowed 'I are save indispensa.I :

3.t. ,,.,. 1&1I&e WalLtO FKIil. J. FL-UCli., lifflu: ,O. to hang as it will, and if ccre-' ble silk lining. ; Q) S

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't.mi' ':\l ), '*> lie. ; grand'f'" .f;,'tR.rhlwreat.jury'5 ,,empanelledternVttf : **,". ". ADDITIONAL.. .' -AL- 'LOCAL.s < r '.. SCOTSGARBODIGESTIVE- ; }j I i t ErUtOra. -S,0C' the"\TEt.FnR P.::,pulatioii. .. PlI .,.['<>*' 1. ail,. t I It i; JJ: NEs! tKS : .SOU 4.A ky

; ,..b'% !all ; $he.circtlty court The fort Cal\ camp meeting, began lastalg4L' : .I .It 'may: be of}interest t.i four:, readers<< to .

4radi9riL; 'county\ ; 'Florida* 3ornT.v ;; tak!/in the {following\! u' iu.of them arclikely .. .. i'"f'.o, *

",:: 1t1t1<2f out''general t presentment; : io' Starke tltOD8 'bringing\ HYC centsgpouod. CQ POUNDt It l I'jm; I he, Ylsi. rnojnrity ere long.TFhettfore .

,..'Vfi e:lfat:e exatgtned the different hoping that to.!' i!heir< i> scrYI- MONEY PRICES }

t' ;I' ,pfet'siiid!} .theirtctrda: and; find no [tion of thc !r $2, ', r"fI.: noel the palpitation.yf .. ,:

: t ti8UB$, for* tx>rafllauit. We find: the Jamestownyorstcd qt- Tru by, ::: ternbilrg .th PoS tlvely Remedy tot
",7 ecpr&j .neatly kept and in,' safe A On.'-H. ___ tteatrae.nt j ofNERVOUS thg one trig I\ reflective mind*, manyrendera

bands! lYe have, also d the t f{ray rjfnftt+ Hierefroin, 1 hvnr: record. the. AND"
good :Wew Hue "ftfcap.eti at Tcuby EXHAUSTION EHEStJOMFETITIQ
: 'county jail and tnt1_ it in'tary statistics as found: Y

cojiditip.tlf; *v* I ,Sterijburg l & Co, 8. SI in\ple and Aggravated fornps of In roundvuumbers the earib: : bas n pop- .., ':..\

>Wp have 'examined the eehopl A new line uf titer go.o.'h tit DYSPEPSIA sAnd 'llon, of 1,300.0000.0'X' of whom 300.- ,. .. ,...-.. .. ,A'_- "-"' '' .,_"._.. q'-c .' ,,$31BY ,
buildings and recommend that the Truby, Stern burg & Ch.-tt. i Q00.6- are professed Cbrktlins.. Hje other I I '

.'mall,, b" Mu'jr: bave iinm.ediate attehtion -, Palpitatiqn6f the Heart. \,000PQPOQQ being Mohammedans Bndd- -

in '.repa\rin45\ tale rpqf n(1 The sale of lauds fpr taZe@ Will\! take ; brats, pagans and beatbens. The vyhole

4 flue.. place OQP week from ne t Monday.Children. Docs your food sour! after eating Are :roJ.1tuDy .rage was condemned to eternal: puui hmeqt -

: }\$. congtrglulato ynr peppje ont confused and excited Do you, get QP io for tbe sin. of Ad*m. This was the r rof
and recorad .) cloaks, n great; Variety; the MONEYooking
rtr grQwilig prosperity, raqnjiDK tijjfrd frjtf unrefreshed,anllitb aIn
fall o{ map. rdiA for which and
a.t Trpby
I ff' v en that th(?fe fee better 3cpp.niiprpv'dfd a Sternbqrg t?ad tastq the mouth nn ietnptipo save tltnygh\ tU". death I

'rtlDod"\\ : ill the court\ NQur rperchapt: all \lags fine fall and Is tnew a du", cloudy gonwrtjos Attended by; Christ.

ri p. 'roomV; t\latp( file of winter stocks.. TbU i i$ the place tobdo disagreeable feelings in the head and fled Biblical. chronology! gives the earth a

pongr people yo t.tradlo:. Are you irritable an.dpresUewlDoes period of 0.000 years Fiom Adam's time; -- --:
this and circuit having
county upon
-3- your heart thump end cause you to gasp down to the date of the birth ot Christ
fL judge and state's attorney who so Attentiou is called to the card pf W. for breath after climbing a flight! of stairs
4,000 which time all
F '' promptly expedite the business! of }1. Mea bcm. county nqctioneer. which Does it distress you to lie on the left side.? souls was were.years lost. The during populatron of the L at.My Slock of Goo$ 8'Q
the tender each of
,them_court our ,thanks and for their tp. courtesy! appears. acqong the\ business cattle of this have you impaired memory, dimness of Tis.I globe during that 5 000 years nYl' -,

Ig q- !>D, depression of mind and gloomy forebodings will 1,000000.000. Three -rations.
we uen
y toward w in. dwtieKYe; ; also say.

iltia k''the'clrkk\ and! sheriff for their ]t you want an elegant dress at ? I I or a.)09) ,ool.l99( passed avv.jy! enchcentury. fore Purchasing Elsewhere" :t-:

-t,* prompt attention, "io our, calls.. a medium price buy a Jamestown These symptoms mean that you are suffering I forty centuiies, lit"n'fore, : .,,

t from Dyspepsia! and Nervous Exhaustion. cprsigne'i !20OOO.OpOOUQ human souls! i )
It And ba\ing' worsted &
finished our at ..
: .9Wt Truby Sternburg' .. ,,
''. .
:;;t ;; {
2zs .t.-: :'::', "';.l p.
'huyioess'we respectfully, ask to be I C o.'s. There ks no other remedy extant that has I II I I I to eternal: fire, linIf we were lo believe I .

'discharged.. p. Ji, OLIVE: r done'. so much. for this class of troubles, as. the doctrines of eternal punishment, the.,ei

'+ CHAS. C. OD.OM Foretnap. In regard tq clothing we will ay this 1 I >uls must soon be in hell. In the 1.901)) :
; SCOTT'S CARBO DIGfSTYE( My gods : bougn
'- Clerk. if you are in need of any come nnd select issues which have elapsed"siure the birthGftiirist.5,00l'.000 were

Oct. 11, 1895. a bay suit. Truby The ,price Stcrnburs Is\ right& Co.Tbe und. you will #'- # COMPOUND, I scull hnye lived rand 000 dieil.more. If of all human th,' ;direct: from the .xnanufae.

; .
( roye"'T\8ICh58! tih.ill I T>>nlc is n perfect Chriliins, nonunul 1.If1 l real whu -- ,
i Terpsichorenn Chili bas rented the If your case has resisted the usual methods of I h.\t'l 1

I' ... malarial\ flyer tonic and blood purl ball over J. G. Alvarez's Flute itml had treatment we are particularly: anxious: to hayo lever I I live
fier. Removes biliousness witboqt purg it fitted up fur the dances Ibis winter.s I dye chi triaL iK-en Pared. they could! !ii"t, "':lIlht"r nil"f.' ,
Compound a
; ing. A* pleasant jt$. lemon syrup.' Jt ii you linn "l8.000.OCO 000.
ee The first lan .e \tlbe! given ibeye this guarantee relief in I
We every case and will cash and F
JliI large as any dollar tpnic and retails I s evening. Nuw ifve deduct, (the !Jailer niiu.l-er, prices deft
r J cheerfully refund year money should. our remedy -
for 60 cents. Tp. get tae genuine\ ask! ornroy from the grand total of 1,77.UOO.OOJ.OOC;

( ,,'& Stomaph and! Iniyel complaints\ !, nre ,fail to produce the most gratifying results, the number which has been born sii.ce competition. I have 9W{:
Please remember that the !lati u Patent
'E"QK"IU. best relieved by the timely use of $e ( the cn-iiiiou, we find tint 1Jt10.000tUs .

... 4igstttute Witt; Coljo ond, Choler:: Cure Insist pn IJedicmw,does not apply to of :cols are now cuff/-riny liu lunur'I'IS
The following program has\ been I one of the nicest lines of
buying this pre t"rlnilI.! Don't {lave any Scott's Carbo-Digestive Compound, of bell tinRsralnat: a p-.ssi.iie: IS UOooO.-( ...
l !arranged for the next meeting ofihe i .
id I .
'l "Teachers' which oql r. Clarke: Umg cn. {t is a prescription put up by a leading physician COO who li'iye eCiiped.: Hut !this i- imi
Institute, will
< a.t.Lake'Ku who has made. ytomach. and. nervous troubles the tubule. truth N.. one .believes. that Dress.GOQdS DomesticsFancy ;
feeheld er on tlfir\{ 4 Irlql"fulige given tije reporter by .
a specialty for yeara. over 10 pr cent of !pmre-o: rl 'Oh i'i.II's "
) in ) !
.gaturday liovcpgbefid1 Sheriff John3 Thumlay morning, was a

i ifOEEQOZS.. refreshing eight/ fur thww times The orange We court investigation and earnestly urge all are r >illy t-ucli. The Calvini-is! say& thlll Notions: Shoes and.Lathes' .

physicians, to write us for the formula of 110 per cent of the so-calid! c Iin-tiau+ ,
was purchase in uud
Jacksouyilto! I
r Recent Geographical Changps- Suet SCOTT'S CARBO-DIOESTiyE COMPOUND, have been Kn\t'd, which is very iloubilu)
cuinu I Irom 1 fl)rt\,
Ira: !r. B. Hartig.. { \
.c which[ we will mail on application. that they then heaven! contains H pdpiilxtiiin of less Gapes ever. displa
1 A Pupil First Year's Wprk iti I'pistoryMi89 !
Mesdames Busbneil and fiddle.! Ilf Law may satisfy themselves; of 1 its harmless charac- than l.yoai'00,000: I while that of bell argregrttes .-
: ICickliter.w I W :
? Agatha O'rade'Teachera \fey: were m tie city Monday, th iS former tar and ezceHnnt, virtues.Scott't .i upward of 50U,000UOVUUU, or 5UU ed in Starke.My
What Shall Thifd :i
\ looking\ after \lays matters, and the latter I. in bell to one in he.1\'CII. ,
Read 'Iiuring School' Term- Carbo-Digestiye. Compound
lo have some! dental work clone (by our I Thus following the Scriptural text, t
i lilies kffic Knight.The Is the most remarkable remedy that science has stock of Groceries ia ,
First Turning i in the SGiIc 1 p"' pulof, dentist-\ pro-.1._Q.-tissue@: produced It has Micceeilod vtherp all other the niiinhiT of be elect sii! ill b.. cmupircitto ;
the ears of corn left in the field after
st t Room. -Miss Sara Bost J1.. Cholera Airbus i a daugcruus: !; medicines have failed. You (
tit Itb'Jcn fin
Collection\ of Querries, plaiut and often 19 fatal iu\ its ret>ult&. Sold by druggists eryivhf{'re. $|CO per bqt- crop githen.isi F. GAKDIXEU.'I complete. can : ,

i+ 4STEE1 1tOO1!. To ayou) this you sbpul \ use Do Will'sColic tIe. Sen, to say addrvK in America on receipt I

t i ; Reading! of Querries and Cholera'* Cure ns soon as the of price.. I 13!ls)" to lake, U'l''I'c:: ; ". no pain, what you want 'here. No

,An Important Educational 1 WoikReviewed ti.rl'c:sympv>ns appear._ : Starke_ Drug Con Don't forget that we chedrfully refund your noilii g to dieiid. plundint: {little pills! I ,

i --R. A, Thpmas, M: \V, money if results aro not satisfactory. Order direct ) Will's Lillie 13aily Risers: Lest for trouble to show
4i e houfvhold goods and! ejects ofWm. '
Oriffi and Ollje Hague (ifteen minutes if your druggist docs clot have It. s ick: bt-ad'tclu-: bilious'ss, sour. tf.JUlll.1 I goodst
t, Walter, deceased l, were sold
each.DebajeTTRefpfy. .Address. !. orders to and constipation rttarke Drug Co.
r Friday! by County\ Auctioneer W. N.bleltehnm Give me a trial. .r
?.. That Stweriq.'I {
Vendent Sheatu' Disposition anr The sale 1 consumed nearly CONCORD. CHEMICAL MFG.. CO., A: Household. Treasure.. ,

Work Alake Him( a Suitable Person the whole dill and 'the goods! !brought D. \V. Fuller of' Cannjuliaiie, N. Y.. ..:

c '. ; for Re-election.J --Affirmative: A.. very goad pricesV. Topeka,. Kas. says that lie always keep Dr. King's XcwDiscovery I INT J. JONES.

( }/ ll ,Kenn nly: and G.v.. Eatherlyegatise C01. \ T. Weeks aud\ daughters, ip the bonsa: and Ills family has

I "t }; : 'W. q1\ n and Q. F, 3lies Mutltt and Qllie, Miss Ruby Brown Lumber li ')tlcc.I always fouijd. the veiy l I'VSt results follow! -

b ',' IScott.'" l lt lee. C. L. Peek, son, Carlisle! and daujrbr.t ( have jn! my yard at mill" in S'arke n its UN; that be would not be \\ithout 11 DON'T YOU NEED

; Misses and good supply of choice dressed lumber,, i if [ rocumble.. G. A. Dyktmau: Druggist' p
Diarrhoea be Corngla| Isabelle, suCapt. \ : : .
bould topped
;ir : I It .
1 I such as novelty siding' flooring, ceilin, Catskill N. Y.. st's that[ Dr. King's
Al, left
.. .. It BOOH becomes chronic. D Witt', Col : ( \ yesterday to visit t :. 1
boat and rutting up stuff; also rough lamhpt New Discovery is undoubtedly the l ht
the Atlanta: exposition. :>
ic and Cholera Cure is tlfec1ive safe antf i
; !certain. Hundred of testimonials bear pf diffen-nt qualities and prices. For cough remedy. that he has used it in his A new suit of Clotlj-?, a pair of Shoes,, a': Hat.* ,;'if

Mr. James!! Mi\ Hon. of fnCI'D.: Mass, sale for cast! Prices will be lira and for ei"ht I A .2:<
; witness to the rirtue of this great medi- family ; :years and\ it has never ii Underwear, a Trunk, Vilise, or pometbipe, j-
i fine. ItCdti "lwuyi: be depended !upon, i\ in the city and will ppend the winter quality as ehovrq. failed tq dq 'nil that is claimed for it. I\ :r

its use layet time and mont-y. Stark. *L here tlc] gqet nf his daughter. Mrs. II, ,Mr,' Co. will hnye it in charge and will he pleased. Why not try a remedy so long tried and ,. '.''\.
fug F. Phillips. J rtr. Millon formerly resided ((6 receive: calls from anyone in want. tested? Trial bottles free nt- the drugstore ,...-.,

'if ., A Ctr! .q 41iP" I'ukfe. in ;Starkc: apd his many friends are .JAMES E. ELLS, Agent of the Starke Drug! Co.. and John A. .J--

i # | hare sold my drug store (Starke Iru rs pleased ito hid berp njrain. Btarke, Fla., April 25. 18.5. King Lake ut1erUeguhn. size :50c. COMB AND :i
Co.) to Mr. 9. P t'fnHb I who will, conduct gad, $1. 3Ilon't .
r There are two things to. considpr when This secliop the under tho old '
same of"Btarke
Drug Co." you buy goods, and that is price and qual I afore "ht'lp'oltr' I'If" doctoring than almost Tobacco SpitOr I. : .

;,. I etill bj t.e my pffice in tbe store, where ity. We have both besides" an unlimited, any other in the Union. Our rend smqUe your life away is the truthful, At my stock, which is the largest and' beat-Be }

stock to select from so when in need of e s will therefore, be peculiarly interested btarthnc title of a book about Xo-To-I5ic .t
1 can be, found at all timeji: during .the lected iu the (-it,,/ A fine line of Shoes for ...;
i goods come and fee us. We are sure to i ipjeasu to hear of u new ;cud wonderful cure the harmless! guaranteed Tobacco habit '

wpred-II y. Night from calls'my will residence be! promptly on Walnuetrcft. an: l!,I you. Truby Sternburg & ('I). for' all forms of sirk-headnche. bilious cure that! braces: up tiicotlnizcd nerves, men, omen and el-.iMren.: ? :Price 'will stilt yoa '

ness bent s'cunufh. etc. Ask Starke eliminates: the nicotine poison, makes :
; usuaL
as : Misg Florida ilcAfee will crept u handi i Dnij Co. v'nr (!''tii.rgists} for Ramon'sTonic Vit'amt'U g\1II strength, vigor and in.uib"od. I ,.
I will add right; here (bat I did not sell 1 .
tome six-room house or the lot in front Liver l'i1Ihieh: cost but 23; cIs.. You run u.> physical or !
w .2 my books..and am very anxious to cloiejjp I risk is Xo-T<.-B>ic it. sold by J. I... Gas.kins .- Jnlf: Tho Clothier: and -I
of the residence of Dr. J. Q. anti AL- VA'R"'G1Z'
tissues "1'(' our (fit IIe R"1"1; rtiscovcrifsof ,
under Furnisher.CITY .
a '
mJ' old business.! 'f! hope I ini.iraiiicu to cuie or money .
everyone The lumber is already) being placed on modtTii thel IICIUk" Their ac'ion is letundtd! lion;. (''"-1'. Ad'1 IM-M Sit-rlinj I ,
taro owe will\ and settle! ; :It
may me -come up the ground and Contractor t!. A. FllrnurWill : not only to correct the tr,+uble, but to !I' Hemuly Co.. Jfi-w Yoik IT Jhtago.; : I ,_ ff.;:

promptly. soon begin; work on'the building. I ]purify for blood and repair: all wasted I For sale t i-j J L. G !\ilIlS.! '
Thanking the public for the very li b- MARKET.O. O"'l" e
strength. trample die tree. .
jral patronage of the past, und heertilyJvUbing Catarrh is n constitutional! disottse and I --- -. 2OKIVS
7 Xl': lsTIS Ei! OIL
i tbe snipe may bo extended my cannot be cured by local np !icaJiuns. Londou Few rls. I'fTISG ,. Y r

r; ,fnccwaqr. Mr 8mit( ., J am, flood's Sarsaparilla I is u cflnbiilutnn41 i The London Weekly Telegraph, a J OUT-WEAK I A

I remedy it cures because it miscellany published in connection withthe J I O. Johns
Very truly yours : ; catarrh purl I at Trnb, St'I.nIH1I' & Co's. .
Sheffield is ;:
1 Daily Telegraph, now
I r ties the blood. t i "It.
; .... I being sold in the streets of London by a ,j ---- _. I

''WhiJu down iu the fiouthwciierp part Hood's Pills! are purely vcgcuble> and i j 'corps of procurable dawsels Lccumiu.7i I i Dr. PI.well'! "IS ever-Fail"! Fever Cure -DEALFR IXEDTTOn- .Jis --.& -
ly drLfcsod i i.t a uniform of dark! '! |may oe ffUIH.I on ;,LC with any of the tot- ; / *:& &2T'r7T2-
jf the acute 8nme! time ngo. ,aya Mr. W. do i.ot I'Uigipain or gripe. Sold by nil! ; pray I :lowing: +I $

s Chalmers editor of the Chico (Cal; ) Enerpriso. tdUagRts.: with red facings, iiood lined with t1lpttor n II J L. OAK ,INS. Starke..Fla. I FQ 5t; r... '. fespjg!
__ I color aDd match. .. ..
t "1 hurt ftn attuck of dypenten. forage STAHKE DKUO CO.. .. ;.. .s, ,,
The teeth should not lie forgrttuD. The fJ It: ). H RO.\'lI &: BIQ., New PJve-r Fin. I "
r having hc.\rd of Chamberlain's Colic, I 11 c. PARKER & uuo., ..
A fortnight after e3"trr! rile KncH-'h! i I
value of goAd teeth c.mnot be ClYdesl j(;. s. YOUNO. : i
y rllrnrtf\n.
: JCbolera stud Diarrhoea Remedy J fanightvn t ..d. Dental work properly done h' r.1l'I'I l formerly I observed! n festival calJe-i lloti.- | ;HAKVEY JARRETT. J..akl'siJtF.1: Fla.! I

( Iwtlle. A coupe of (dose; of U completely tide. It was customary for the wcnijcu:i ;1 I R. \V JONE-: l..t'rn.9N. F!;. I .
it is too late spua-s one a great deal of I ;LL'KE' PRAWOKY. s'i"e1hllFia. |! AKD! POliK.
? : : cured me. \ow I am a champion to go out iutu tb.) ttreetswith cords and ] 31: DRIUGKKS.V. Dt-klc. ni. I ry
and will often .. .. '
pain pjeserv; tle! teeth fur \ L. BIAIK, I
;j : "if that remedy for all stuiuach and bowel t I bind the men wham] they met until thii i i i K. L. JoN: KS, w:*
.:' { ijcotn plaints." For fale by Sfarjjc D.rugJDo. a lnu Long practice in dentistry,, latter purchased their releaso with soua ':i.JOHN A. KING Turpentine.k .Butler. 'Camps Fill.. VEGETABLES I> S13ASON.Odd For: Barb Wire Cuts. Scratches.
. as! in all professions, makes perfect. i cantributions of money. ;:31. C. "ILL. .. .. Saddle and Collar Galls Cracked Heel

havp had ihu practice and can guarantee: ____. I J.'ruWSSESD H. UOWLIXO: BRO, ). .. .. ( Burns, Old Sores Cuts Boils, Brakes!

:. SUirke I. the ,uu,,: good worlt. Office nt residence! south During the first century after Christ I S C.J.IK PRESCOTT.HuUaiITU.-!: Sampson Fla. I -- -- ,: Piles and all kinds of inflammation on.
yja. bast. Itch
bpd'llrburg man or Cures and Maoe.T
r f A few ladles And .-H$; of F C. & p dppot. ,T.J.! tissues tallow was 0 cents a ponml; cheese, M DOOM BROS,, Proridr'ncr -
'f' yenta age young get:; cents; butter 18 cents; honey 24 cant \V. P'. BJ=-U I. KPI \\'hite: Fla. Fellows'' Build's Starke. T>t Zt-.t;: Cut c? Sun TiS arm aural litu t1t 3Sijtaass
: ? Jlemen of Bradford coqatyfbq: were t'!' MIII'SIII; pi.-ni.eit had n lively cuss peas. G cents and beans 10 cents. 'I lIGiJ lllRT I & \VI LSON, Urety. -- f ; at1. I. t
: 4lng themselves for tbe teacher's proftIol1 !?- thief J IL Juli\5 SPRINGS. :::i il1P.: .;;O". High Spri'uKs: Fla... De press.,:::1 for accidents by keeping It ID JGII'
with a Thursday It'tston. .
nrgrq! morning 1,000,000 !tratserstdble.
People WearWL.BoiigiasShoeS All Oru gstuen! ItonapuarU'ittCur..NtPr.
? ; never thought of going} qitMdc") of thejceonty Cape Conception, California, sett'palled : JOIl S }'. t"\n7. 'It'lr..,, -. .. : PrIc cta.sndt.oo. Ityearb1b
!Jla lhp! prgy 11411| IjeariJ; flint tlte| m:.rsial! 1 C. L. K F.L''I..t, :Mkes! .
after of the : ille.{ ;:it .J..c>; not keep it send cu. ID poI-
for one vessels in as :<
training. F..J
" They to Star 1 R1VEI
came I waa abet him and made. a break .for (he J. G. COOX; XewuanstBle, r tra. maps, :u-.d w' wilt send it to yoa bjr maJ.
1 'to receive tbe finish to of fleet of Cortez tLI.\\ Lite.cdlr n I ,
their courses it'rj hxplmuck hack of the j. L U 1:UrtS,
i !? place of M. C. :UB (1n' .tV. I,J hs T* nw-I K.M...'. ...... ,I. u.. 'F'P'
troction, nod in conae 'ience Jjtarke.pained HATS J.acWse. ,, ..
: Johns his (G. l'uo..s .1"\1,11 :a.leatcbe..wblarbWIr.Ctds
! ; nuking! good escape. The Severe >cnpin-r na'.ra! of the stomach | HAND ,

I I. r : HKiS ,jSTBEST IN THE I ;whir; p" rfsct Hi 4'1'1"/0.c.:B..rnTC"fE.and I lu&rtilyEA3Y3URNEO.LtreP7 I u1 reci S.1&.....:WfLi.eayswauckrxn. .. rt

4ion&l center. This can be (he cape: hg ain. Charles McKiiiney, who! liyes wyen miles !j &;npP li hy Dt-Wiit's Colic and Cholera! Starko, I,,Ja. I PROCESS. Wyc / ORLD. '

f I'' The present principal of iStakf> 1Ii ell MuiJi ot yanks and Brought j i111J town in j ('tinSinike Drug Co. ;I! $5.00 $3.00 Geattsrzn-t. an picaed to/oak a word for nets'..
title JXl'rs X i.iaypt'a j Cli. bymnath.V
".b" t
111 baby W1I. a
school is eminently qualified to train and 1 wheelbarrow. ldu uud r ,. ..
: a till pocketed tie! : : a ,1 c!tt:tt'r: u0'1 0),10.'n J appiud yout"0i1"1ILe
} :'Instruct the advanced pupil of the OUllly.Dd >. !! money. f Ii i ----- \ rj j $4 d'r,a .; .'... .'-c: ,.,ttit'Iei e'1"li.,10-3 I...,...../:t 1tIO:.o nli'".1.> my tnatwdatath.tjci.nndlodthatt .'
j the habit of gong away to 5chools i -- 'I rynkc. : 4 o t 2.50 1.I'u be-!",."he y.jr'l.i.partw' _11131 t hive re'nand.mnrs .
, with I M.J..... i 1'.' .1.1I I C.T.LSwS.:
hlgh-flown name. is H useless and' Louis l b Leave : Rr1, ..
Sheriff Tc.n
Richard Jtr.
| Deputy .of Lake[ :. :'u+t. n\l:
; .upenshecM.) f ; Miv M>M K.L ... -* f jE 1 j-
i ;
$ leer 4 ; : ; $3.50
: : Como t>> biarke) and) help) Jo blond upui { Butler, brought in town Monday, one; oJ{ x s Olt cf t-:._ 1loubtfalFCedsalone. Tlio ...''>t I $2.00 i l .l'rrlctneo;: ET ...
! I a negro at .Quilford ,JaM week.<< The negro ClU!! : n.'vIU-1 Ask your dealer ; $2.50 $1.<5 sr. LOUIS, 110.
' JVo Lao the foHowing te :11 b : : S i For
Sale .
uOpa goodNE1V : 1 by all Drllf""
; before hh .
I was given a hearing Justice. Cljase!; ach?, Jlcjr't $225 '

.i .. RMSI S. t at Latke Butler nod plead guilty: lQ II I QCo'" .'..... -...',.. .. i \ t ;_. '.' For Ban ,: TIlE'J'HIUCEA'KEK
i jpbarge of murder, confessing teat h e I s tgko r.' Jf.: o.; ;I SEEDS For Men __.t.- andYouUls
5TEVV dealt the blow that caused the' murdered IIocd' l' '_' re Alvray the best. KDo..n Wear w L. Doaalas shoes and .aTe trout WpJiLD
> ICEVT EVAPORZLTED; APPLES. IctL j l cvetywaere. Ferry's btr l 1.0O to. '3.0. A pair. All Style end I I.I .
I negro's dtalh. Robbery, 'lie, says, was, :t.atd: i.lilortQ m Width Iboadranoelrt leather bulncreucdiha
Truby Stcrnburg & Co I I Anpnnl; for 1885 tells )'OUwhat. price of other makes, but fie quality and AND '.
yo4r diesivq or prices of
g TIilJ -
;1 :: how,and .
the object of the murder und be states when: to plaa'U"eat W. JL.Daaglnm>bfte> remalm ttoe .*..<. %
his regulated and vcu will bo l-ti--M, ....: I Tree. Get It. Address ( / Take no aabttl\ute; .thatname and pr\ce 1.ltu: I *
PILLS Liver that I1L lsoric'! procured something and D.M.FERRY & CO. OD aole.W.L. oacJ_, b TIE! ;
HOOD'S cure Ills, 1 ready for aqy kind o? w t :k. 1'a:: ,:,0ha.s ; 80M" T15LEGBAPIJ
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