Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews and B.J. Farmer
Creation Date:
November 1, 1895
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
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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;l' .. th---1:, : ;f :I i. Awarded W.JXijQreeu, : one of -New,River's -r '
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.; 1 I Highest, Honors. -Warbft- Pint substantial citizens, paid the TELEGRAPHa ? GREAT, eROW.OSV
t. J. pleasant l,Wednesday.
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.i Have.yonr JDR;
v u tacles The ;average attendance at ,the 'Hick 4-000p i I';..,...;Are "rflpok)$ng to ;-oar store, .

< v ,school Is )larger;now than- at any corresponding SHE 1N0 ... ...'these .fine October.dlys: ad. '

'W season.for.several. .years..
{ I III* : ...',miring' No trouble to how .goods.'Call
't ken '# ,No .cbarge : see J. M. Alvarez's line of clothing l before SIMMONSNEGjTOR :..._'. .and Winter Xoods,in all -of
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buy, he will save
you you money.
#? fraction CREAMS V 0, ......-.our,departments. All'effortr' ;.
w t :will.- ills S. C. Wise and little"daughter ,.
and Miss Mattie Baisden, of Palatka are '... ..--of 4he past, greAt .as ,Jhe.i : ,t#

: :CALF ON ;US-0 'BAlING ; .visiting Mrs. B. J. Farmer of this city. .. .....wer, have been itar' appassed -

.\\E W -;}: : The New River Association will 'meetat ..... ..- ,by, -us', ;this. "% eaaon;
the First Baptist .church on Wednesday ;

,! 'W. T. '8811 Thursday, 'and. Friday. of next. week. ....Abundant(',evidence V ;iof.this.
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;MOsT Y'T'..MADa.I The oyster: a.woper to have been given ......Is ,shown)00 'very .sideaa4: : s.
4. :t oJ ,.been Are Inking! SUGVIOIM LIVER HEOuitiroa .: .t-
this evening<<: has posponcd until you '
Afure? : Crape psamcf Tartar Powder; free y
.. in all -ejiartrnents our/pol- ,
I I-trap 1l\mmooIZw.Alum or any other jisiuUeraqt Friday evening next, November the 8th. (
?" That is what our readers
40 YEARS THE.STANDARD.: .. .:icy -cf[ the *be t '..goodsaft '
,1 Jf you want an elegant dress at want:-and nothing but that. It is the
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1. [ a medium price buy a Jamestown same old ..towhiclithe old folks .. .-* ...J west .prices* ';prevsil1. '

,f I HAPPENINGS IN THE CITY. Co'a.worsted at Truby, Sternburg ,& appointed.pinned their But Jfciih another and were goodreeom never- lls .,."

I mendation fur it is, that it'is BBTTEa .
r.1'. .. Try some pure Tennessee butterAt THAN PILIA iiever-gripes! never weakens Strike ;*; ..
.... Local {terns Picked Up Here McMurray's and then you will but works is suchan easy and .
} feel like singing "Home, Sweet natural way, j ust iiko nature itself that -
and There. home" relief cornea quick: and ware, and,one < ,4
feels new all over.It never fails. While the ;
; 'WEW Mr.. W. B. Haynes, one of Marion Everybody needs tako a liver :remedy "
: DRESS E ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW. county's representative citizens, was in and everyone should tako only Simmons '
\ the city Wednesday guest of his brother;; Liver Et gulator.Be Iron is. ;Hot.. 4
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." V V Matters that Have Occurred orWill Dr. J, O. Hayae_ sure you get it. The Reel Z ;
: Elegantly Made is on the wrapper. J. H. Zelllu & .W
I; Occur in the Near Fu- The children's service at the Methodist Co., Philadelphia. ...Our Fall campaign is oft..4 ,, .
: : Trim ture-Epitome of a Wee 's church Sunday was largely attended:and ,.
V beautifully ) Happenings in Starke. Mr. Outland's sermon on that occasion ----sI .... ...qQick-- ling basis We have s
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has evoked much favorable comment. ? .. where kefenwl '
'. .' Buy your shoes from N. J. Jones. Mr. y. S. Dawson and Miss.Delia put prices ,

0. ; We noticed at U. D.'Miner's, in Mott were married last Wednesdayevening ... .. .competition will not loach '
\ The tax sale will take place next Mon- Johns' brick block near the depot, at the residence of the

.. PirLch Serge 65c to 75c. day. a new selection of cuff buttons, col- bride's uncle, Mr. VV. F. Edwards; .. .'..u.. We call "special. ,atteu. ,

PfifIC Twilled Flannel 75o. Special bargain in shoes at N. J.\ Jar buttons, rings, scarf pins, etc. in this city, Notary. J. P. Bennett. ...._.tion to our t-#

,,4'8inch.. ., allrWOQl. >. Henrietta 65e. Jones', The County Teachers' Institute will officiating.Only the immediate relatives of

J' Ladies waists at Truby Sternburg meet at Lake Butler to-morrow. The the bride in this city were present, '
42-inch Mohair, Company's. TELEGRAPH: hopes the pedagoguea will the groom' having no relatives in Line ofDress .> ,

have pleasant and profitable meeting. Florida.Mr. "
42-inch Brocade
Jamestown worsted at Truby, Stern- Y
Dawson is the
*. 38-inch all-wool< burg $ Co/8. The healing properties of DeWitt's shipping clerk and foreman popular of young the Goods; ,
Witch Hazel Salve: are well known. It '
Please call and settle bill. Fate Entenza cigar -factory in this,city,
I your eczema, skin affections and is sim-
42-inch alkwool Henriettas; black.and colors Powell M, D. and has a host of friends here and
: ply a perfect remedy for piles. Starke . ..Boughti' almost'in. every :in-
Florida wbo'will wish
t jtfanch! silk l finish Henrietta $1.00. throughout
The county boards will be in session Drug Co. him much happiness in his weddedlife. . .stance from the matiufao- ,
: 2jncb i silfc'warp Henrietta $1 to $1.25. next: Tuesday.A i Jesse E. Thomas, one of Bradford His wife is a native of Georgia -
i county's oldest citizens, died at his homein but has resided in Starke for .. -...turer and marked at can:= -
S. Fork, of Mfccclenny, was }io the
r V i '38-inch Fancies and city Tuesday) the western part of the county Monday some time,' and is much admired' for ..petition,prices.
Black blue brown : night. Mr. Thomas bad reached the her many estimable qualities of
heart and mind. .
A good} pair boys' pacts for 18 cents ripe age of 86 years._ '
j 1" yards wide, $ at J. M. Alvarez's. The TELEGRAPU wishes Mr. and & : 1 '
t Miss Alice Wall hits returned home Mrs. Dawson a long life of happiness. In ,h" ,
V New line of capes at Truby, after a pleasant visit at River Junction. ",'
Sternburg & Co.'s.A Mrs. W. II. Hoffman returned with Miss
A full V line of Staples.
Wall and will pay'a visIt to her parents. A card to the Public
I and new line of dress goad at Mr- and Mra. L. I U. Wall. I have sold my drug store (Starke DrugCo. lolhing. 1 :
J ;i prices, Shoes Truby, Sternburg & Co.'s.A ..) to Mr. B. P Smith, who will con .

where else, ; first-class piano for sale or rent Apply from Clifford Fernandina Haynes, where has be returned has been home en- duct"Starke the Drug snrue Co.under" the old name of and Gents'.We t
to Truby Sternburg & Co.
machine He
gaged in railway shops.
I still have niy office in the store where
\ Furniture and house-keeping goods at will remain here during the winter und return I can be found at all times during the
STAPLE Truby, Sternburg: & Company's. to Fernandina in the spring, day. Night calls will be promptly an- Furnishings 4 .

: .. swered from residence on Walnut
; Mrs. l!{. J. Jones nnd little SOQ, DeW YOU run no risk. All druggists guar. my .
tt, are back from New Yor antee Qrove's Tasteless Chill Tonic to do street, as usual.I .'". are leaders. 'The $fl''V
"-1 all that.the manufacturers claim for"It.. will add right here that I did not sell 1 ,
books, and am anxious to close ..,l>epartlBcnt is our, :pride:.
Cal and examine: : : for : Childrens cloaks, a great variety, Warranted no ure, no pay. There art my very

, at Truby, Sternburg (fc Co.'s. many imitations. To get the genuine up my old business. I hope everyone ... .Can' fit your feet and "oui."J ..-'
ask for Grove's. who may owe me will come up and settle .
For la grippe use 'Dr. Powell's Feyer promptly. __ .. .pocket-book without trouble._ ; -
T. A. Cure. It "never fails" to cure it. Acts at once never fails, One Minute Thanking the public for the very liberal A
{r ...In HATS :we' have dieJ latest. '?
Cough Cure. A remedy for asthma, and patronage of the past, and heartily .
Colson of Bradford's
Leuiqel one '
r ular teachers was in town Tuesll\),. that feverish condition which accompanies : wishing the same may be extended my _..shapes l and colors at: mucSf #
L a severe cold. The only harmless successor Mr. Smith. I am, J
: T. R. Special attention is called to N. J. remedy that produces immediate results. Very truly yours .. ._Jess prices than ;those ufcedf.elsewhere '

a Jones' new stock of capes and jackets. Starke Drug Co. E. L. STEWART 31. D. _.. for the same goods. V

New dress 'goods-the right kind .and Ladies and Fellow-Citizens Lore Laughs; at Locksmiths.: ay fV

a : right prices. Truby, Sternburg & Co When you get tired of old goods That "love laughs At locksmiths" is .. -- .The GROCERY DEPART,. .a.MEN'T
-j pry Goods and high prices come down to Mc just as true today as' when the ancient ;

., .. Qarden pea, Bermuda onion seed a.pd Murray's (at Martin's old stand) and maxim was.. coined was conclusively _- -_ is the root complete,
, onion sets at Truby, Sternburg & Co's. buy your groceries, fresh and new, proven when Mr. Ernest Morgan, of this 1 I the'county.
cheap for cash. city, went to Macon Ga., Monday and
l Notions Pay your taxes between now and Mon
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stole I a march on the parents of the young
day und :\keep your lands from going tosale. Col. C. L Peek and daughters Col. W. '''i'I
of his choice, the bans of <
T. Weeks and daughters Miss Ruby lady haying .. -.Our specialties are the ,
V wedlock welded and returning with his .
: f Brownlee and Capt. M. A. Knight returned I &.<
In shoes oui stork' is very complete. Wednesday from a week's visit at bride (nee Miss Maud Tompsett) Thurs- f''

Old prices prevail. Truby, Sterburog the Atlanta exposition. They were all day morning. Hardwareand
4 t Co. delighted with the sights. The young couple are both well known ,
and highly esteemed in Starke and their
: Buy your onion seeds of R. C. Heibert There are many good reasons why you many friends wish them a long life of Furniture
LATEST Fresh lot received from Bert
" ger. just should use One Minute Cough Cure. connubial bless.KNOCKED. R
" I II muda. There are no reasons why you shouldnot

r We are buying cotton, reports to the if in need of help. The only harm. ..._ .DelUft ments. Here you wilt
ri less remedy that produces immediate rev OUT !
I;; PRICES THAT WILL contrary burg & Co notwithstanding, Truby Stern suits. Starke Drug Co. .. .. .find .a wonderful usortmeat

r.;.;. The latest needle-toe shoe in Ford's fine There are two things: to consider when While the Governor of Arkansas .. ... .of good, and you cannot fail '

.;4 .i... fOPtwear just received at Truby Stern. you buy goods and that is price and qual- has been using every effort I..,. .to be*,pi J eased with the bargains Y,
! burg & Co's. ity. We have bout, besides an unlimited to prevent the fistic contest between ,;;
stock to select from, so when in need of Corbett and Fitzsim- .. ._ 'We' will give yon.Remember .

:] BATS AND Mr. aDd Mra. S. M. Crews have re- goods corns and see us. We are sure to mons, Governor Mitchell has r -V ._.. -?
moyed to the place of N, J.. Jones on please you. Truby, Slernbnrg & fJo. entirely<< overlooked our encounter -
Madison street. I with High Prices, and we 1I.

; 0f Every DeJ I I Mr. D. B. }Friend the affable young have knocked him out right
; I ption. Mr. Wm. E- Duncan the affable assistant -.
agent of the F. C. & P. railway in this here in sight of the police. lie
. train dispatcher at Waldo, was in I fled the of the I.
has scene encounter
i1 city, wishes to announce that he can now _. -. .'v e are still doing baWseR
( town yesterday ,and his finger-marks are
offer the public a rate of $8.60 to Atlanta
"' Next Monday is legal sales day and I and return. This rate will be made on not seen on any of our good ( .._ __. .at the old stand.TRUBY.

F several pieces of property mjl) be sold Tuesdays and Thursdays until notice of ... .. RS

r ', under the hammer. its discontinuance is given. FOR PROOFOf !

Quite a number of Starke. people? will Atokl pneumonia diphtheria and typhoid ri
. l' Staple and Fancy. Fresh and go on the K. of P. excursion to Jackfton-: fever, by $keeping the blood pure, the assertion call at our .

I .... ville this afternoon. the appetite good,and the bodily health store and get our low prices on
; vigorous by the use ,6 f, Ilooa's Sarsaparilla everything in our line. STERN BURG
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! better and cheaper rw

I T S."WEA T and than see any and house town.J., il.Come Alvarez. llood'a Pills have won high praise for SAP.P & LIVINGSTON & GO.

: : their prompt and efficient yet easy action. r -oPFosrrE TISOS-S BOARDING HOUSE. n
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H"". 2 11"r < SEASONS' STYLES; ; 'Fashion has concluded.that .
;%jjf .AraBfPBESIDENT: AtfD .CABINETSSji the'pr sid nt entered the stand a ,: >3 promotion ofthq: public welfare:andjbose- 1 f', : ,;: her' 'charges are'not suited :S froin its srir/ece itiwou; !dfonly: redn t

\ '* salnte/of: 'twe1 ty.oue guns !!was fired' :which, .>implj ieem to serve','ae11. h'.<. <.-.-sectkiiittInterests. j young madonna effecti. : th&idthof* that body'of" : water- -4
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on the plaza by the artillery company. ; I ... > The". Enormous" of Last .;.. "" ; : IS
.' \'(' T: As the last shot'was fired the bead, of If we aro to enjoy-,the blessings. cur govern ,S ason'., Sleeves':tof' 'Be' Reduced sIzK COATS CAPE3"AXD JACKETS. .In 1881 ,.the paper.mills of, ia< ,
near'th ment framed to fairly' Justlybestow 'ror':Hats-Win-, ;" "* United States :had daily'capacity
V : the line of, 1 1ilitarj/apPeared was "';Ostrlch"Pps: ; f a t>IJ
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A Royal Reception Accorded > 'is ; '
Ear : reviewing, stand, and the,presidentarose we fchall secure them, in due time, by:cultivating -' ter ,.Coats' ,.and_ 'Jackets.< .' Velvet 'very great 1,390,050 pound*, 'in-1886It'580 ..
: the making of 'fall and winter
tf"tlnguUhed,-> from'his seat and assumed a position a spirit of broad American brotherhoodand capes, 849,380pounds, 'andnow.. _.__',1lr.. '-. 'J
: cloaks and rediri oteff. black
t '' at the front of the 'stand. insisting upon such conduct as will,'within -, : jackets,' ponndserdiem.! "fJ' ; ]
, >: ; of the notable features of velvet particularly, though the deep 1 i '< -t', :. $;.",, I:
I Grover Cleveland, president the ,. First came.a, squad of police;, Captain th) spirit of the "golden"rule., promote, the :new 1Ity les'is the decrease I A race was recently rowed jil; ..

' ;t'". 4vnitea.: States,. six' members of .his Burke, the marshal' of the day, g'Ueral' welfare ONE the size,of sleeves, There 'Eng., 'between four four baredfcre" .t

#fI.f. : cabinet and their,: wives I and Private with ,his' staff, followed; Major Clem, The president's speech though.I': ,is little .probability: that ; boatmen over 60 years of jijjeW: ,.

' F: :, ,Secretary.Thurber. arrived in Atlanta I C lonel Albert Howell and Clifford short, took some time for its' delivery, small sleeves'.will come in for ,a..longtime I Ii S. :>winning bwsmen.'averaged'70ywhile '.

I I five minutes after. 4: o'clock Wednes, Anderson came next. They were followed so great was the enthusiasm. for the large ones have been S their coxswain'was 85., .-\.1 y 'j

; : 't, ..da afternoon.: -, I II I by Colonel W.. JL. Kellogg, of The Public Handshaking.. i uuch more comfortable r and >easy to A.chapel in honor of' St.Paul ga4

I f ft(. With the president were Secretary the Fifth regiment of regulars, and the I Immediately the conclusion of ,nanage:: and, everybody is satisfied ,a new name to the Minnesota city: : .it .:

[if "t.4 of Treasurer John: G. Carlisle! and then came eleven companies of President Cleveland's speech it was nth them ; but last season their.enor- wrs originally! calledPig': :Eye, frqa" vIa

I -:. wife. Secretary of the Navy Hilary,A. regiment of United States 801dJerllwith' uinounced that he would hold a reception i nous proportions made it impossible nicknamoj.; given .to-ta' one-eye'

I { ;., Herbert: _. d, daughter, Mrs. Micou, their band. and the crowd was asked 'to. ';0 wear anything in the way of ordin- Frenchman, who, kept, a drinkJgfr
} :' 'SecreUry of WarlDaDlel 8. Lament As the troops passed the president back to for the hand- who had those "-
I' ; held move give room try WiSand women rshanty the place. ,{... / :-
mud wife,' ,Secretary' of ..the' Interior they came to present arms and ihaking process. i rhich :were ever BO handsome were At the Santa Caterina ched1,41!
r Hoke Smith" and wife", Secretary of that position until they had gotten be- For five minutes .he grasped the ipmpelled to put them 'aside, and .

( Agriculture- J. Sterling Horton and yond the reviewing stand. hands of great American citizens at lither buy new or get along as best awr ; .1 'Genoa, may tbo seen a crefcent/madej -
01 emerald whichis
.;,1i 'wife;'. .Mw. ,Harmon, wife of the attorney After the regulars had passed Governor the rate of 103 per minute, then the I, ;hey could. The latest sleeves droop I between an Tradition'eight jachesj
:, O'Ferrall of Virginia and his thepoint.:, :.
Postmaster General lowered
.i general number minute
; per gradually i little over the elbows, ana are rea-
that from S '
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.iR' o William Ii.:Wilson and wife. staff appeared in the line. The governor until he was shaking hands at the rate :onably full at the tops.. The straight was present Iomon'toithe 'P

t-- They came on the Southern's vest!- was cheered from the time the of one every second. In fifteen: ..minutes jortion from wrist 'to elbow is fairly Queen. 'of Sheba.- i. ':?'

th ,buled train., ,It, reached the city on- parade started until he left the line the president's face was covered dose-fitting, and is in most of the new ". It is said S that the largest diamond'iaSthe :

\ time but owing to' the departure of after passing the government; building. with perspiration and he was evidently nits entirely untrimmed. Some coa-, world was found a short time agoing 't

';::: 'the Pixie'Flyer it came into the depot Governor O'Ferrall"as followed by tiring. For thirty-three minutes he fumes, however, have deep. turned- the mines of ,Bahla de Pernagut 'Brs>|iiil.

t1-:: '. 4' .. few minutes late. theY., M.: I. Band,. playing' Dixie and continued to shake hands with the tack cuffs; others have plaitings ; oth- .- The gem is'reported \veighj

'M: The' handsome private car, Wildwood .the four companies of Virginia Military throng and to speak a pleasant wordto ira are trimmed with bows and bandsf 3,100 carats, which .is 2,129 .carats:?

"" ,. ,,in'which.the! president and ,his Institute Cadets, under the command many.. He finally announced that velvet, and a few have '.passemen- heavier than the largest existing dlafmond. _

.": ,secretary rode, was: stopped across. of Colonel D. Price. ColonelO. he was tired and thia-part of the cere- .erie: or lace. c _-..'
'Ijoyd street Here the exposition committee ., ,A .Nash and his staff, of the Fourth 'mony was cut short. The carriages Large puffs from elbows to shou}.- AaA : 0 .

{:' and.Mayor' King,were in 'waiting Virginia and six companies of the for the party were driven to the stand lers are used on dresses of light: m- v. TbemLhtl.stbostot A lila Ueca'av this Arasy.sort Is th*' I ,

., A moment after the train came regiment, passed the stand,, followed I and all were taken to the Piedmont :erial; but the tailor costume and COVERT COAT. I of invalids whose bowels livers and stomaeh.lf.taTe ? l

.;II-. to a standstill the committee, headed by Grimes Battery, of Virginia. The club, where an elegant luncheon was loth dress have the drooping effect been reiufatad by Ho'tetter' StouBitten. ;
A habit of Is brot. -
regular body
'_r by Chairman Hemphill and. Mayor Asheville Lightlnfantry, forty strong, served. ist described. shades in brown and green will ba bout through> uiog the Bitter*,not by, {
"1'.: ,King,'entered the car.. marched ahead of the Gate City After the luncheon the- president be- used. Fur edgings and spangled lisntly itatine ana eriping the inte tim ;<* '

'k 'Introductions'.followed and a minute Guard. The latter company turned gan a tour of the grounds, visiting the TIPS FOR HATS. bands and points are the garnitures. flow bat by of reinforclntr the bile Into their Its proper enpTJ and channel.canslag-jJ:s-,|4?

: ,;, t later.the party emerged and walked to ont all of-its members, and their neat government building, the main build- I t Nothing is more certain than the There are very few medium lengths Lirla U grippe
s.1' the carriages which' : were waiting. few uniforms and soldierly'bearing caughtthe ing, the negro buildings, and inspect- popularity of ostrich tip*. Hats, nearLy in coats; they are either sh>for long, the Bitters.of the kidneys, are cOLQuee4)yr. .
;:;t" feet crowds. Governor Coffin and his the and the puzzle as to how the jacket '
.., away. ing exposition throughout.Homeward all, are trimmed with them ; the make'' J'
: There was' attempt at a demonstration .. staff, the first and second companiesof coat was to on over the immense 'Character is its own preacher and can ?
F' cq Bound. i dumber in each case depending upon go Impressions: uptfn others after it ceases in life.-%?:
as it had been requested that Governor's Foot Guard, oommanded dress sleeves has in a 'measure been -
1 (', President Cleveland and the members the use to which the hat is to be put. \
I' there be none. There were cheers as by Majors E. Henry Hyde-and-B. of bis cabinet left on a special rwo or three are a modest number, if solved by the introduction of stylish, 'flie Nature. '. *(Jt. 4
h. the party appeared. '* :E. Brawn, and Colts' and ReevEs' Seven elefr.lntlyfitted models, thatare sleeveless '; Needs- assistance it "be best to nde,2 JO '
taain over the Southern railroad for the chapeau is for general use. may ,
;t ., A great multitude was massed in Bands were the next in the line. The not collection if the 'this omission concealed by a '_ ..-. .1: ":,3i
Washington at 12 :58 o'clock Thursday or eight are alarge promptly,but one should remember to use e Vett": .
1 last in the line the'DEAlrl' :
Wall Pryor far was the Atlanta Artil- that nearly reaches
streetand'along as as morning. As the train moved off ecrowd hat is for dress occasions. pretty cape .
Equitable building. ,Every' window lery, with all their guns. the most perfectremedJes only when needed, .
cheered and the walked .
-r.. looking out; upon these two streets As the last gun passed the stand thearowds'rushed to the car window, president bowing to the- The. best and most simple' and"gentle remedy Is. .1f -

:: ':was" filled. Over' seventy-five policemen in behind the military crowd outside.DUEBANT'S. tIe Syrup of Hgs manufactured by the .Callto'rnia -;

kept' back the crowd with great : and pushed towards the reviewing 4\ Fig Syrup Co.The -

,difficulty# ,It .was a huge crowd;surg I I stands. The crash was terrific, several SEALED STATEMENT '. .c, :-;' "; '. _
ing constantly forward to get a good ladies fainted and with difficulty were I ,:; truth sometimes nt3 like the surgeon' ;.':te j

'riew,'of the open street along which taken through the crowds. A Revelation to His Attorneys When S I knife after decayed, flesh.. ,'1)'j" -

4S the president would pass. After several minutes surging.Presi- They Read It. : Dr.KImer'SwAp-RooTcure, -t:
.The dent Collier walked to the front of the J all Kidney-and Bladder troubles. ,
crowd the I
gathered earIy'and The San Francisco Examiner says ., S Pamphlet and Consultation tr"e. {t
I street was filled at 3 :30 o'clock. The stand and holding up his hands to the mysterious statement which Theo- :. '.;, \j Laboratoryl3Ing.&znon.N.Y,, .' ,iq'
crowd quiet the crowds announced that Dr. __ '.t .1
waited the
patiently.until- commOtion dore Durrant addressed to his attorneys ?
The haunts of hanplncsare varied nii ;
-- at the Loyd street end of the I.- S. Hopkins would offer a prayer, and over .which there has been : :_e: r _' rather unaccountable.- ,. ,'' *tfy- f"',!> ;
depot indicated that the immediately head in the vast .3. ; i JCatarrh J- .
I distinguishedparty every so much speculation, was placed in f t- !
Canaot Be Cared : 'i
: had arrived. crowd around the stand was bared. the hands of the attorneys for the defense 4I With local applications! as they cannot retch; 'l; _

There:was bat a brief wait before ,The President's Speech. before Mr. Deuprey made his : tho seat of tbe d i>leao.' Catarrh in a blood or :

the',several carriages containing the At S the conclusion of Dr. Hopkins' opening statement to the jury. Every it constitutional Ton must take dbease.'internal and order to Hall's cure. *(. j

-. party: moved,forward., They turned up prayer, Mr.;Collier arose amidst cheers: effort has been made to keep these CatarrhCirei.stakeninternally.and aeUdUrectly ".
: street, 'toward 'the Kimball and S 'H .. on the bloot and mucous anrfa.ce. Hall's v
yell and introduced President Cleveland in facts secret, but they have leaked out Catarrh Care is not quack medicine. It wa", "
'jssedbetweenwo solid walls of'hum&niti ', a neat speech. I at last and denials are without effect. prescribed by oco of the best physicians in t

)( to,Pryor street. f The president was greeted by an In giving; his sealed statement to his l scription.this country It for is composed yearn, and of is tbe a regular best tonic pre ';1.

The party was..driven ,up Pryor, to ovation which lasted for several min attorneys, Durra made a special known. combined with they best blood purl4f

the ,:Aragon. Thousands "ot- people utes. Hats were thrown into the air written request that it was not to be Her Tue,perfectcomoinaUou actin::dlrecjtly on the of mucous the two ingredients ., ...,' -.

"were Crowded upon the:sidewalks on and boundless. enthusiasm was mani opened until after the trial and then is what produce such wonderful re- ..J_ -[1fc

4 ; both sides of the street. They surged fested. He spoke as follows: only after conviction. ,If the jury suits curing, catvrrh.* Sena" lor'testimonials, V.f $. .

? 'forward eagerly &B the carriages containing MR. FBESCDEKT: On my own b'half and for brought in a verdict of acquittal or if I ". J. CHEXET &' Co.. Props.. .Toledo,OSold ., ,.(I;

distinguished pariy passed. my co-laborers In the executive branch of onr 1 r there was a disagreement, then the by druggists,pries 73c. ., ;1

: ',The people were kept back by government who have accompanied TUP, I document, with seals unbroken, was : 't Rick: Headache-r-!nitlTe-and Unraillact

mounted officers as the carriages roll- thank you for your kind words of greeting. j I to be returned. The attorneys did .I Care. -

41 led by., 'President Cleveland frequently -, We are here to con ratnlnte you and your 1\11- I not know quite what to do. They There are thousands of people who suffer 2
lifted his high"si1k'hat to the great the others da ly with headache. These headaches auomnhtlyof
ociates upon the pendid! success of the exposition sought advice of and finally, : &nervoaa character and are canoed
multitude as he passed. yon'have set on foot and upon the determined to open the letter, and did from indizestion.. Relieve IndigestIon: and iJ _
The drive to the Aragon was quicklyaocomplished. yoxtrhtadache will llsapp'! r. Tyner's Dyspepsia
; evidences you haw .hero gathered chiefly illna.tratire 80, notwithstanding the injunction Li
Remedy a. specific for all kinds of
It ,was the president'swishthat of southern enterprise, southern industry which the student had placed upon II/ f headaches. Pleasant to tbe't&ate easy to -
v ,it, be made without any at'tempt'at' and lonthern recuperation. I / tak..,effective in Irs action. It never falls to i
.4 them.What cure. Price CO cents per bottle For sale by -
an ovation There'was no But,we are also here to claim a share In the they read was a revelation. all druggists. '. _
music soldiers.: Only the exposition of achievements. Their client had told them of *
pride yonr No portion of our nothing ; Hog llalsiiiff liitra r.Hpary.' _
,committee met.the, cation's, chief and what he in his letter. If
countrymen wherever found can exclusively wrote what Two acres mnlberrio 1 fatten 85 hoir- TDe
,:'lxiscabinet- appropriate the glory arising from these sur- ho said were true he should be the hog* were tnrncd in i h**orchard In Mat'as&4; '
4 kept there till September eatinsriwtmaltaf bll' 4-
,The president and his cabinet re-r roundingB. They are proofs of American gen- leading witness; for the state in a case rrle* and were perfectly fat when taken -
-j 'tired to their Apartments' immediately Ins and Industry which are the Joint! possession against a brace of murderers insteadof out.! They were fed a little corn to harden
the meat' and then killed. Two acres ofmul'nerry
: their arrival at the
upon Aragon. They of all our people, and they represent triumphs a man defending his own life against trees 6 to 8 tt.hizh cost$30.00-what
: 'were, ,fatigued with their: long.journey of American rtill, and Ingenuity in which all I tremendous odds. Ho told his attorneys -S are 65 fat hogs worth? For best ktnds of mul-,
;4 *ndv:remained in retirement until 9 I berries write for new catalogue which is sent., -
citizens from the that he knew the murderers of 0
highest to the humblest, free. Address W. D.. Beatle. Atlanta; Ga.
o'clock; when a' public reception was have aproprUtary right. :I Blanche Lamont, for there were more ,
i held in the' ; Mr*. Window's soothIng Syrup for children
parlor. While my fellow: citizens of Gsorgia and her than. one. He informed his lawyers 'UL AND NOVEL CAPE. t* thin At 9:30, o'clock the president and .allays pain,cures wind colic. 2Sc.: \tlil'.,
neighboring states felicitate themselves that when he ascended to the !:
may upper in elaborate in
This beautiful is novel design
": embroidery
strikingly -
arty'were at cape : .: -j
: : guests Mayor King's elegant J
k dinnev in the dining of theAragon" to-the fullest extent, upon such evidences as galleries of Emanuel church he saw and the newest garment out for evening wear, over big sleeves. :Just. Ilowit. DOCK, It.!. Nit. the Qaeiii.a. -
room are here found of the growth and prosperity of the last details of a murder. He says i it is enougn TO fcnovr that Hindercorns takes "
iii" *, : Quite a number of guests S out corns,and a great relief it Is. druggists.. .- ,
Interests and in he Rev. George Gibson and
enterprise which saw a
tbey are especially I There are no favorite fashions in waist. For unpleasant weather this I
were present and the event was a no concerned, I cannot be deprived of young man, prominent in the affairsof If a filleted with!son! eyes use Th01nPI ..
.acrosS that
The is will button the
plume arrangement fancy so .
L table one in cape I Eye-water.DrneciKts: ell at 25c per bottl ;
respect I
every the enjoyment afforded by the reflection that the church, bending over the body for artistic grouping, and the more cannot fly open, thus making avery

( AT'THE EXPOSITION. the work they have done emphasize, in the of Blanche Lamont. I I: picturesque the effect, the more in the comfortable cool weather garment. ,

: -- -. tight of the world, the immense resources and How the attorneys accepted this !I, mode is it. The redingotes of plain ladies' cloth, Your Happiness i

The President. Speaks and Fifty Thousand indomitable thrift of the:people of the United statement is best judged by their ac--I These trimmings make the head fancy diagonal, rough checks and
People Cheer. state tions. They deny that they received !, covering as large as ever. The English cheviot in various patterns) '

t 'When the president awoke It- seems to me the thought may be suggested this statement, forgetting that they "small" bonnets are even larger. will be very fashionably worn during Depends:: tipon and.a

day'morning between 8 and Wedne.'I'I amoS inappropriate to this occasionthat what did not keep their own secret. Thei- For they are oftenest in toque Tarn the winter. These have immense ,healthy contented body mind .

lie saw.'the brightest ,of suns shining I we see about ns is an outgrowth! of another exposition client denies that he sent it, forget- o' Shunter shape, and the feathers and cape or sailor COUs.r3.cover eel with a

t. in 'the'bluest of' akies, and he must inaugurated on American soil more ting that he had gone so far in his knots, stand out at aggressive angles. braid and edged with fur, and large
You HealtKI
,tav4 thought' that even :the elements I than a century ago, when a new nation wai exhibited original and sensational plan. The real theatre bonnet for the winter Cromwellian cuffs likewise trimmed. '
4 e were kind to him, for 'more ideal day to the civilized world, guaranteed and has not appeared, unless we are to Some of the redingote have a fitted ,

!, .for the'outing at the exposition grounds protected by a constitution which was ordlined DROPPED ThEM OVERBOARD. suffer from a scourge of these ornamented back, with box plaited skirts and I Is seriously danger -

;which was in store for him could not and established by the people of the United Novel Plain of -the -Sultan for Suppressing I Tam o' Shanters. straight fronts without darts or ssams, unless your blood' Is 5, '-

have been, chdsen.t1 States, with the declared purpose of promotingtheir Sedition. 1 Not that they are not very prettyon many of these being double breasted. rich, red ,and. .pure. '
The president and the cabinet members welfare and securing the blessings of The London Standard publishes a I the woman by one's side ; they are., Cloth blouses appear with skirts to '

.- -I and the ladies of the party break liberty to themselves and their posterity. Tee dispatch from Constantinople confirming 'I But, onthe: lady in front of us, they Are match, also velvet ,blouses lined with sSarsaparilla- ci
fasted at 9 o'clock and were driven to success which has attended this exposition of dIsposal not contributory to. our enjoyment of light weight flannel to be worn with :
of the
the -
;the 'exposition; grounds immediately products and manufactures is not altogether of reports of the summary Turkish I the stage performance.I silk or satin skirts. Creatn,satin sailor

'c thereafter. due to the'quality of the soil or character or many arrested young the I have hardly seen a prettier winter collars overlaid with' jet appear AH
'Who chargeof
As early as 8 o'clock! the crowds begazi the people in any of the contributing eta'es. party were After trial hat than the one here shown, says the some of the elegant blouses of vElv%
pronging to the' exposition but it resta largely upon the fact that these seditious practices. I fashion writer'of the New York Press. and velvet sailor collars finish th f .

-- ; grounds. .Every vehicle that could be states ar members of a beneficently governed they were conveyed at night to It is a black silk beaver, with ornamentation cloth blouse. Braiding is in greater Is the One; True Blood Pnrlfler 3' 3
a the beach and thence to a
'obtained was pressed into service, and nationwhoje natural resources and advantages warship. The boats of this warship I miroir velvet, four favor than ,ever on capes, coats and Prominently. in the Public Eye.

,*t exposition gates there were lines everywhere have been developed and improved rich black plumes, and a fall of green rettingote collars and caffe. White -
then took the prisoners to ll liver ills,bilious-
of people a block long. by the iiflueore of free institutions,and whoj3 the the where the I blue satin roses over the back hair. I and' ream cloth revere, vests and cape Hood's rlliS. Ue38.cure "headaches. Sc.

When the: president and his patty people have been etunulnted and encouragedby place in the Bosphorna and These green blue, parrot green, navy collars, with shawl points, are added -
arrived the grounds the incoming the blessings of personal libsrty.: current then runs strongest overboard. The I blue roses, seemed odd enough at the to expensive imported coats of ecru .ACMECHURf{' .

,crowds were gradually growing larger ', A contemplation of the benoSt vouchsafe! were also dropped confirms the'report that beginning of the season, but they no fawn, bottle green, soft delicate sage' trJi-ii' $. -. 4

; -. and,walking around any, of the entrances tons by our government easily reminds: ns of dispatch taken the I longer appear objectionable. green and swallow blue cloth. Best Butter
the porte
was very difficult ,, 'the importance: of a hearty and united cooperation has severe broken measures the spirit of the revolution All men find it necessary to have a 1 Shortest Time,

; The president's carriage'came in at in Its support and protection. We should ists. Hassan Pasha the minister of light covert coat among their stock oii fF1T Least Labor. .

the main .gate at 10 :30 o'clock, and lovingly watch and guard it, not only becausewe marine is under suspicion, and he is i i outer garments, and the well gowned AL '"11 King Hardware' Co.

was: dri1' once to the government are recipients of its precious girts, but of under, close surveillance at his /c'"Ia !! woman, who. prides herself' upon ali ATLANTA.. GA. : .

building I 'There preparations had Its own sake, and because it has been put in kept residence atOrtakent.SENATOR 'i ways having the correct thing to wear, iaI TBestStoves., and -- -

been made to receive the presidentialparty.s our hands in sacred keeping to prove to the I now buys one once if not twice a year.Justuow 1a.ngeIJ. Lowst4rlceII.WHYIAMANASPbA. .

-4 t world that we e&D'be trusted with self-govern PALMER TO RETIRE. the style for these coats. is

With Mr. T7. 0. .Dabney- ,;Jr., 'as ment. --- to have them quite short with skirtsat .,
iiis,guide, and Qoyernor Atkinson as We shall walk in the path et patriotic duty Announces that. He Will Not Be a the back full enough to 'allow the A book.Lnir.1.W Boehmter pa&e. br.Jarnetl Y. At.Sa qaottion nri>S SOS r.nawu4ct.Pnces 3CkP'But : _
Candidate for the Senate.A ::.> cents cAch; $l-3o dox. $IU .r 100.pottig .
remembering that free institutions per ; p
an escort; President Cleveland went war were skirts of the gown to stand out well, .p*Hl. Cub 1II.1II'1.4ColDpaD1aa ordm. --
: through many of the exhibits. established to promote the general welfare, we special from Springfield, 111., says: loose fronted and buttoned under a

; President:Take* the Stand. strive for those things which benefit all our United States Senator John M. Palmer flap, and 'with the front so cleverly ARE YOU DEMOCRAT?

I Two- reviewing stands had been erected people, and if each of Ui is content to receive has authorized the announcement that cut that the curve from bust to hip is
from a common fund his share of the he will not be a candidate for re-elec not distinguished. Presidential Tear.
4 in. .front of' the government building tion. You will find aid and comfort In THE CHICAGO
t ; One immediately.on.the steps of I thus contributed, we shall sadly miss onr CHRONICLE.. the great democratic newspaper
of tho weaL Dally edition S3 per year. No sub-
.i.; the building and a larger one just opposite duty and forfeit our heritage if, io. narrow 6ovtruot' L'l.u' is Hippy.Governor SIMPLE IHLLISEET FOB cmLDREN. scription for lace' thunone year .i this rate.
selfishness, we are heedless of the wel- Sample copies free. THE CHRONICLE. 164-160
: .it. These were draped with the Clark f-\& he feels greatly Millinery for children simple,an3 Wastlnzton st. CJd catfo. ntJBolacxbl ;
x colors of the country in very hand- fare and'struggle to wrest from the government relieved over tho news from .Hot could scarcelybe more becoming. .- -

come style. private advantages which can only be Springs to the effect that Corbett will Little hats of felt or colored straw are OS OEI.NE'S'

President Cleveland and his party, gained. at the expense of our fellow countrymen. depart for St. Louis, the other members turned up at one side, aria trimmed

after leaving the government building, I therefore of his party going to New York. :. ,. with a profusion of wide ribbon, with M' e6fJ.ldft
hope I be permitted in -S
'Were escorted by directors of the ex may The governor: rays be is still governorof I buckles and wings.
conclusion to suggest, as a most important lesson A PfeETTT. Wlil'IEB' HAT. ,
M position the .reviewing' stand. All Arkansas and'he feels good to think -
this occasion the ofrtIucI:: : : j jNotext
taught by absolute
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Li. :)i :r P '[ SUNDAY *In' thta- arm of the Berries _Some. of1 the Restrictions:That Enrlroned -: L I '
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:Marie at the battle ot Poitiers beat IR .
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;,8nfcject; ".The,'pI*Il aU !1.S'of the drove back-;the Moorish hordes.. 'T1ebest: of colonial times'written :by:the'':Her.Samnel .' dirABsOLtjTELY visitor*[to :Gr l.8AOfII It'

); Race Course.." ,Way to keep peace In this country and In all Peters once pastor of a church 'will- .be ,ptoptbly treated. .' and co a -t ,
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Hartford in -
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I1fL : t- fa no success in such a contest'unless there revolutionarydlys.Hereare

,'T :r.. tbouraTenfhe ot'l JtTe1 h? bf\ plentyof Jightfooted. burger .Our some of Peters'bluest law, : -.P&jj :

,f'f pt naettp911 :jplothed, bis neck with, thunder? Christian :patriotism and our instruction' all of' which are identical, in vital STILSON$ ::1& COLLINSJEWELRY 1
from the word of God demand that first of-
! M ;H*P-Bir th in the valley'and rejoiwth; he sense with old colonial enactments: -
,. "Kfc/flMWi to meet the armed men. ..He sa'th all we kindly treat the horse, and then:after ;
/;Ii'<'f ,among the trumpets. ra.ha! and he smelleth that. that we develop his fleetness and-his No.' 1-"The goyeijnor and 'magis ,CURIOUS FACTS. Found .Them 'Useful. CO. r

iJ.l!.", ,4. the tattle afar off,the thunder of ;the citin.'an& grandeur and his majesty and his strength. trates convened and in general assembly ,. .
, the :houUng.-.Tob. ir.,, In But what shall I say of the effort being
{t Ji ti- S1 25. made in this day on 4'large scale to make are the supreme power under" God- By the census of 1891 .Ireland had Watts-Do you think it does any -65.Whitehall7. :st.Atlanta., Ca...

: : 1 this splendid creature of God, this divinely of this independent dominion. decrease of good to belong to so many.lodges? Everything la the Jewelry,and SUrer
jyeit1ybadIonzc"nuniiiof in- honored being, an instrument of atrocious No. 2-:-From the determination of 4,704,75Oinbabitanta, a ,
Potts Well when I to at Factory Prices.
t1 r JfeWgeae..fU the race course, and multitude evil? I make no indiscriminate assault the shall be made." 9.08 per cent in ten years. ; went over I ..
*flockedto the:watering places to wIt- against the turfI believe In the turf if it assembly appeal The population of London, takingthe Europe I used to add .the.initials of
g ''"' equine competition, nad them' J? lively can be conducted on'right principles and No. 10-"No one sball be a freemanor all of them to my name when I registered PHILLIPS :& CREW CO.
at its extent amounted ,
;:: discussion in all households about the right with no betting. There is no more harm in give a vote unless he is convertedand city greatest at and all'sorts of ,, \
a hotel got
. and wrong of such exhibition of mettle and offering a prize for the swiftest racer than a member in full communion of in 1S1 to 4,766,661.It .87 Feachtree StreeCSTANDARD .
(peed and when there is;a heresy abroad there is harm at an agricultural fair in offer- has been noticed that workmen deference from the clerks and waiters..

;; that cultivation of horse's fleetness is as?a prize tothe farmer who has the best one of the churches allowed 'm .this attending in salt works do not Indianapolis Journal.No 3 .'

an Iniquity instead of a eommenable virtue wheat, or to the fruit grower who has thedigest dominion. pans and .
-, : -etsucfa&;Un0''a sermon/fa demanded pear, or to the machinist who presents No. 12-"Each freeman shall sWear have cholera, smallpox, scarlet feveror Pianos Organs
' eVa'y:minister,who .would like to. defend the best corn thrasheny or in a school by the blessed God to bear true allegiance influenza. Trust. SHEE MUSIC;. I
: '.public morals on hand, and, who Is offering a prize of a copy of Shakespeare to France has 7,842,053 houses, of "When he 'proposed last night he #
to an unrighteous to this dominion and that Jesusis MUSICAL MERCHANDISE.
not willing see ; abridgment the best reader or in a household giving a
told he had the
which than'half have but me actually bought
j. of innocent Amusement. on the lump of sugar to the bestbehavedyounpter.' the only king. more one

,) this discussion I shall follow no sermonic Prizes by all means rewards by all means. No. 13 -"No Qnaker or dissenter story, 221,799 have three stories and ring." "

preeedentbut; will srive independently I That is the way God develops the race. Be- from the established of this 96,487 only four stories or more. "Have you accepted him?" FISEMAN BROS
r,, consider' Christian-and common sense wards for all kinds of well doing. Heaven worship The afloat has "Not yet. He forgot to ,bring* it
largest sailing ship
!:. viewof this potent.All absorbing and agitating itself is called a prize, "the prize ot dominion shall be allowed to give a fa 15' and Whitehall :"
= Street
with him.
ol the turf. just been completed at Bremen. Sheis Topics. .
question the high calling' of God in Christ Jesus. vote for the election of magistrates or .
.r *' There needs to be a redistribution'of,coronets .".. Bo what is right In one direction is other called the Potosi, is a five-master, ATLANTA, GA
u among tillS' brute crea.tion.. Forages right in another direction. And without the any officer. 394 feet long 50 feet .broad with a ';-ONE to'RICE-
t .f the lion has been called the king of beasts. prizes the horse's fleetness and beauty and No. 11-"No food or fading shall : OTXItS T
:'t I knock off Its coronet and put the crown strength will never be fully developed. If it be afforded to a Quaker Adamite or draught of 25 feet and a carrying capacity ,

:. apon the horse,in every. way nbbler, whether cost 81000 or$5000 or 910,003( and the resultbe other heretic. of 6,150 tons. Tailors,Hatters and Furnishers. :
:e in ihnpe,:'opiritt' or;sagacity/ intelligence achieved. It is cheap. But the sin begins It is said that there are in the state .
.: ,."or affection or usefulness. Ha is where the betting begins, for that is gambling No.15.UIf any person turns Qua .
z temlhuman, and known how to reason on a or the effort to get that for which you ker he shall be banished, and not suffered Kansas twenty well.bni1t towns with- IfYou J1J.GJ2.

'1 imall.scale. ,The centaur of olden times, give noo quivalent, and gambling, whetheron to return, under pain of death." out a single inhabitant, and that Saratoga rs1 )

part horse and part man.seems to be a suggestion a large scale or a small scale, ought to be No.16.uNo shall abide in in that state, now absolutely uninhabited -
: of the fact that the horse Is something denounced of men as it will be accursed of priest has other { c
": more than a beast. Job in my text God. If you have won fifty cents or $5000 this dominion ; he shall be banishedand among buildingsa HappenTo "

vets forth his strength his beauty, his majesty'the as a wager,you had better get rid of it. Get suffer death on his return. Priests $30,000 theatre. 7dOUI.
'; panting of,his nostril, the pawing rid of it right away. Give it to some one be seized without According to M. Gam bier Bol ton, r1fllSfl1r4W11 .
of his hoof and his enthusiasm for the bat Who lost in a bet, or give it to some great may by anyone a lions fetch $1,500 each, lion cubs( $300 forget the name, ,, 5r .'
\VhstBosaBonheur did for the cattle warrant. 78.WHI TEH ALL
do like
reformatory institution, or If you not justaskforthebest .
a&d what Landseer did for the dog Job with that, go down to the river and pitch it off No. 18.-"No one shall ride on the each, tiger cubs $400, a Malayan tapir ATLANTA.'G*.,' &
; ,mightier pencil ddes for the horse. Eighty- the docks. You cannot afford to keep It. It Sabbath day or walk in his garden or $500, a young hippopotamus $2,500 Self-Raising Buck- .

.; eight times does tho Blbe! speak of him. He will burn a hole in your purse, it will burn a elsewhere to and giraffes up to $5,000 a piec, while
". comes into every kingly possession and into hole in your estate, and you will lose all that except: : reverently African cannot be wheat.
elephants purchasedin
every great occasion and into every triumph. perhaps 1000 times more-perhaps you will from meeting." THIS
i It is very evident that 'Job and David and lose ail. Gambling blasts a man or it blasts No. 19.-"No one shall travel, cook Europe at any price. YOU D TO .VOIEl TT0ZSTETTERINE
Isaiah and Ezektel and Jeremiah and John his children generally both and alL iJo&I
victuals make beds houses cut
1 were fond of the hone.'. He comes into much What a spectacle when at Saratoga, or at sweep ," The Dear Creature. WILL GETdLJ'h4 N
of their imagery. A red horse-that meant Long Branch. or at Brighton Beach, or at h !r or shave on the Sabbath day. Si ; .ps1n3i sad ===
war... A black horse-that meant famine. A Sheepshead Bay, the horses start, and in a No. 20.-"No woman shall kiss her Mrs. Yerger was dressed to go to T'b. I'Oa
pale .horse-that meant death A white Hash $50,000 or $100,000 change hands! child the Sabbath or fast the ball. She had on her new dress. 'H ab. =: :51... =. 5'
on day days"TO ..
; none-that meant victory.' Good Hordecal the others A Crowd: iteb. oJaaI... .aps ... .
Multitudes ruined by losing bet. "You look in that .
stunning new T .... r......rr-"-. .. .
months him while Haman holds the bit. Thecb.urob' worse ruined by gaining the bet; for if a man dress but Great Caesar what a lot of ww .,r7 P ltqr% AU.ticmsa. 8.o4 .. ,
; ,advance in the Bible is compared lose a bet at a horse race, he may be discouraged WEIGHT ? PEi4a&'r..4sioJ.T5bspW..
h a company of horses Pharaoh's chariot. and quit, but if he win the bet he money it costs these hard times," remarked flSuvuPAb.O drusm di&t m.f i>w9 foroM te. -. -

..1.Jeremiah cries out How., canst thou contend Is very apt to go straight on to hell! ---USUALtY ARK Col. Yerger. Yon-wOl find it at CHA*. O.Tr cas,Atlanta.
r with homes? Isaiah says: "The horse's An intimate friend, a journalist, who in PILE "Lor, Charles, what do I care for Ofcourse. S .. I1 '
t.: hoofs shall be counted as flint." Mlriandaps the line of his profession investigated this DI-JKASED. :
:40 her cymbals and sings, "The horse and evil. tells me that there are three different money when it comes to making yon 11
the rider hath he thrown into the sea.*' fit kinds of betting at horse races, and they are The First Thine :Necessary to Gain Fletbis happy replied Mrs. Yerger, with a AROMATIC BLACKBERRY J-J
,John describing Christ forth from Health,Then Proper Food for EXTRACT .
as coming about equally lepro-as-by"auction pools, beaming smile.-Texas Siftings. .
.conquest to 'conquest represents Him. as by "French mutnals," by what Is called Doth Body and Xer -e __ ____ ___ AND- .
&. seated on a white horse. In the. parade of 'bookmaklng" gambling, all bad, all From the Journal, EirJcfriUt, Mo. u
l heaven the Bible makes us hear the clicking rotten with iniquity. There Is one word $
tll hoofs on the golden pavement as it says. that needs to be written on the brow of every Henry Gehrke Is thrifty and prosperous Timely Warning.
The armies which were in heaven followed poolseller as he sits deducting his three or German farmer living four miles south of

mm on white horses." I shouldTnot wonder five per cent., and slyly "ringing up" more Bullion, in this (Adair) County. Mo. Mr. >

I U the hone so banged, and bruised and tickets than were sold on the winning horsea Gehrka has a valuable farm and he has been a r; The great success of the chocolate preparations ,of Dyner. Flux*.
: beaten and outraged on earth, should have word to be written also on the brow ,
some other place where his wrongs shall be of every bookkeeper who at extra Inducement resident of tho county for years. Ha is very the house of Walter Baker & Co. (establishedin Ctolerm Cll.,, Xed".

righted. I do not assert it, but I say I scratches a horse oft of the race, well-known hereabouts and well respected in 1780) has led to the placing on the market i '
should not be surprised after all St. John's and on the brow of every jockey who slack- wherever he is known. Last week a reporter 1
I description of the horses in heaven turned ens pace that, according to agreement, an- wJ many misleading and unscrupulous imitations Hmmmtr c..r.. .
at llr. Gshrke's and .
of the Journal stopped .
't out notaltogether to be figurative but somewhat other may win, and writing over everyjudges' Try It Price 25c. & .10
literal. while there became much interested in Mrs.Gehrko's of their name labels and wrappers. Walter writ .
stand, and writing on every board of Fol by Druggists\ *t .
account of the benefit she had not
.\ ."AS the Bible jnakes'a favorite of the horse the surrounding fences. .That word is
long; since experienced from the.use of Dr. il R Baker & Co. are the oldest and largest manufacturers StcvallMANUTACTtTh Smltlx,
the patriarch, and the prophet, and the evangelist "swindler! Yet thousands bet. Lawyersbet. .
c and the apostle stroking his sleek hide Judges ot courts bet. Members of the I said Williams she wanted Pink Pills everybody for Pale to know People.what She a 11 of pure and high-grade Cocoas and 102 Whitehall St\, PHA RA(IS. ,.
and patting his rounded neck, and tenderly Legislature bet. :Members of Congress bet. Jte 4
lifting his exquisitely formed hoof, and Professors of religion bet. Teachers and su- great medicine these pills them are.but as so many she I Chocolates on this continent. No chemicals are ATLANTA, GEORGIA listening with a"thrill to the of his of I told people are praising now-a-days.
champ perintendeuts Sunday-schools.: am I in their manufactures.
modestly! doubted whether her testimony used SULLIVAN
bit.: so ill great natures in, all ages have eu Ladies bet, not directly, but through ? .6 CRICHTON'
4 'spoken of him in encomiastic terms. Virgil agents. Yesterday and every day they bet, could a said<1d anything of Her what onlv others reason! had for already Consumers should ask for, and:l be sure that (

In his Oeorgics almost seems to plagiarizefrom they gain;they losa; and this summer, while
talking for publication about Pink PiUs wasthat Walter Baker & Co.'s goocfs.
this descriDtion in the much the parasols swing, and the hands clap, and they get, genuine
the people of Adair and neighboring
f are the descriptions ,alike-the description the huzzas deafen,there will be a multitudeof i .f :
1 .otVtCfh.nd the description of Job. The people cajoled and deceived and cheated, that counties oft-pubiished might be convinced testimonials it any concerningPink doubted WALTER BAKER & CO., Limited, ANDSCNOOIQFSHORTHAND. '.

nkeof, Wellington would not allow any one who will at the races: go neck and neck,neck The best and ebepet Btufoca COIfeg*b A-
from the
Pills statements
irreverently to touch his old,warhorse! Copenhagen and neck to perdition. were genuine DORCHESTER, MASS. Time ibort. Inatrncttaa & ,
1 .lips of persons who have been benefited by Big demand for crauU *. _
on whom he hal ridden fifteen Cultivate the horse by all means, drive Clol .
the use of them. Sooaking of her own Interesting BCUJTA9* ., .
b hours :without dismounting at Waterloo, him as fast as you desire, provided you do Mrs. Gehrke said: ci"W... '.
end when old Copenhagen died his master not him or endanger yourself or -
injure !
., Ordered a military salute fired his be careful and do not harness the "A little over a year ago I was completely anj \'
over others, bat Fertilizers for Fall For Sift
broken down. I had been taking: medicine c Crops f1
: grave.: John Howard showed, that he did horse to the chariot of sin. Do not throw Wea Comfor ;
from a doctor but and until
( worse worse -
not exhaust alibis sympathies in pitying the your jewels of morality under the flying hoof. I could scarcely: about at alL The .' C .
; human: race for when sick be writes home, Do not under the pretext of improving the 7lV
least exertion the of of Potash to i
bending should contain
or mere '
my a high percentage
? "Has: my old chaise horse become sick orspoiled horse destroy a man. Do not have your name '

?** There is hardly any passage of put down in the ever increasing catalogue ppells bodv would, and the cause suffering me to hare was smothering terrible. I insure the largest yield and a permanent enrichment Sho Co
.French literature more pathetic than the of those who are ruined for both worlds .
thought it caused heart. When .
was by .
1, Jamentation ov..the death of tho war charg- by the dissipations: of the American race everything else had failed my to relieve me and of the soil. Bloodworh
4 erttarchegay. Walter Scott had so much course. They say that on honest racecourse
admiration for this divinely honored creature is a "straight"track, and that a dishonestmct' I had given but A up helpless all hopes invalil.of ever I chanc being anything d to- Write for our "Farmers Guide," a 142-page illustrated ,book. It at ,

v: 0t God that in St Bonan's We!!" he : course is a"crooked" track-that lathe road some testimonials in the Farm. Field is brim full of useful information for farmers. It will be sent free and CORN. AJJD tt
,orderstho girth slackened and the blanket abroad but I tell that
parlance you every
ant Fireside also in the Chicago Inter-Ocean make and Address. SAW MILLS
save you money. "
thrown over. the smoking flanks. Edmund race track surrounded by betting men and and the suffering of the whd made : nKTi .
:Borke. walking In the nark at Eeaconsfleld.musing" betting and batting customs is a people GERMAN KALI WORKS. 93 XUSM Stntt.New York.: '
women _
thA. RfatAmanta wa.. *.*&aviAnrlv_. Illra.. tfia. anf_. Water.Wheels and Hay Pr.
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; over the past. throws his arm.I straight track-I mean straight down! Christ faring I had endured that when I read thatthey BEST IX ,
,around the wornbut horse of his dead son I 1 asked in one of His gospels, "Is not a man were so :greatly; benefited by the use of 3.C. G .c.a. DeLnrk Mill .T c.1.wxr., '
Richard and the horse's neck than ?" I and he is _
weeps upon a sheep say, yes Jr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale PeopleI -
the horse"seemtng to feympathke in the memories. I better than all the steeds that with lathered i Vlk
did not hesitate to at once and -
.. Rowland Hlll,-the*great .English flanks ever shot around the ring at a race go purchase The Greatest fledlcal Discovery I
two boxes. I took them according to THE
$ preacher, iras' caricatured 'because in his course. That is a very poor job by which a directions and before the first box was used I of the Age.
family praytrs he supplicated; for the recovery man In order to get a horse to come out a felt a Rood bit better. Really the first dose I -.( *"D EXCEL-LINE I.
of diet horse but when the hOrse ahead other .:
a got full length :lot some racer so 'convinced me that it was a great remedy. KENNEDY'SMedicalpiscovery
well all the of the morals that he out BICYCLES
contrary prophecies lames his own comes a Before the two boxes wtre used up I sent .
; farriers,the-prayer did. not seem' quite so whole length behind in the race set before my husband after three more boxes so I I .t* Will the,
touch of&n absurdityv him. .. lea
s would not be without them. When I bad .,
But What*haltr say of the maltreatmentDtthlI Do you not realize the fact that there Is a used these three boxes I felt like a different' I, / World In lTe .

beantiful..and.wonderful creature of mighty effort on all sides to-day to get woman and thought,; I was almost cured. I, ,
|$ God?. If Thomas Chalmers'in,his day felt money wit&out earning it? That is the curse "Since that time I have been takinsr them I DIAMOND easily I takes'tblspcvsltlon

? t B&Hoxupon to preach a sermon against l crnI of all the cities;it is the curse of America whenever I began to feel badly. When I DONALD KENNEDY"OF ROXBURY, MASS, 'through 'its past glorious
I : lty to animals, how much more in this day the effort to get money without earning it- began taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for '

[***, Is there a need of reprehensive discourse and as other forms of stealing are not respectable Pale People I weighed only 113 pounds and Has discovered In one of our common' 1 record, but "with 'nV .
[(" all honor to the memory of Professor Bergh, they go Into these gambling prac after Ibad been using the medicine for about weeds a remedy that cures every I CONSTRUCTION
I* the chief apostle for the brute creation for tices. I preach this sermon on square old six months I weighed 122 'have pasture IiJ.I t"Jt
t<, the nerey he demanded and achieved for this fashioned Honesty. I have said nothing! had a good appetite ever since pounds.I commenced" kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula .I A ness, durabilityf ad t1'i.W I

[ king: ..atbeasta.A man1 who owned 4003 against the horse I have said nothing taking Pink Pills nnd instead of mincing down to a common pimple.He stand out alone .

PJ. hom'and IOm ,:say 40,000, wrote in the against the turf. I have said everything along, picking such food as I could eat even has tried it in over eleven hundred COL. BEN. LOVELL. The EXCEL Wtot Is a
I i BSblej 3A righteous man regardeth the life against their prostitution. Young men, you with an effort I eat most anything that cases,and never failed except in two cases TUBAS.: JOHN P. LOVTU. ABMS Co. U designed-
j r of his beast. Sir Henry Lawrence's care of go into straightforward Industries and comes on the table. I am not the invalid I (both thunder humor). He has now in to meet a notion.that '

I the horse was beautifully Christian. "He you will have better livelihood, and you was. I do not have to be waited upon now his possession over two hundred certificates COL. LOVELL'S calls for
I says:"I expect we shall lose Conrad, thoughI will have larger permanent success than you as if I was a helpless child, but I work all of its value, all within twenty milesof successful fight for thf Councillor a lower priced w
I I have taken so much care of him that he can ever get by a wager:; but you get in with the time, doing the housework and ironing Boston. Send card for book.A nomination in the ffrcond .J/assqrlutset I i durable, nicely :
I,. may come in cooL I always walk him the some of the whisky rum blotched crew and working in the garden without that District was the subject of editorial comment good valna Our, BICYCLE
I r last four or five miles, and as I walk m"selfthe which I see going down on the boulevards, dreadful feeling which comes over a person benefit is always experienced from the in the Boston Journal as follows:, CATALOGUE :

t first hour,it is only in the middle of theI though I never bet, I will risk this wager when they are afraid they are going to have first bottle,and a perfect cure is warranted That animated and stubborn contest sent free 'o.application -

I Journey we get. over the ground." The Ett- 55,000,000 to nothing you will be debaucheland one of those spells that I used to have. when the right quantity Is taken. the Second Councillor District ends in the will: prices. '

I rick Shepherd in his matchless "Ambrosial damned. Work don't hurt me any more. I hon- When the lungs are affected it causes selection of an admirable candidate, (JO!. quot
I? Nights" speaks ot the maltreatment of the Cultivate the horse, own him If you can estly believe that had it not been for Dr. shooting pains. like needles passing B'njamin Lore of Weymouth. Col, Lnr- The new LOVELL C TAOto

f bouw(t as a'practical blasphemy. I do not afford to own him, test all the spe3d he has, Williams' Pink Pills I would now be in mygrave. through them the same with the Liveror ell is one of: the Ifst-knovn and best-liked Guns, Rifles, Bplv a
I* believe In the transmigration of souls but I if he have any speed in him, but be careful I still have what the doctor: calls Bowels. This; is caused! by the ducts iiifn i* the State. .1: gallant soldier, fin KportJog Go qt every
I cannot very severely denounce the Idea. for which: TVJ: you drive. You cannot always bilious colic. but the Pink Pills have mademe energetic man of buainess. a ttalvart Jtepttllican is mailed Cents in crlpn
I 'When I see men who cut and bruise and tell wW!direction a man is driving in by the much better and the spells are not so frequent being stopped,and always disappears in a he deterres veil of his party ver. or. .
f' whack and welt and strike and maul and outrage way hsr horses head. In my boyhood we and are nothing like as painful as before week after taking It. Iteod the labeL trAiVA has honored him icith more than one II I

[! and Insult the horse, that beautiful rode three miles every Sabbath morning to. I began to use them. I would not be If the stomach is foul or bilious it will conspicuous mark of its confidence, and I' JOHN P. CO.

t. servant of the human race, who carries our the country church. We were drawn by two without the Pink Pills for that disease alone cause squeamish feeling at first. has -made no raistiile 111 !lien:! hitn this LOVLLAS .
I> burdens and pulls our plows and turns our fine horses. My father drove. He knew under any circumstances to say nothing of No change of diet over necessary. Eat present nomination. Col. Lord has an M
E. thrashers and our mills and runs 'for our them. IL1lthey knew him. They were the other diseases for which they are especially the best you can get, and enough of It. army of warm personal friends. lie.should AETSWANTED IB all Cities ud T_
t doctors-when I see men thus beating and friend Sometimes they lovod to go rapidly recommended. I take pleasure in telling Dose one tablespoonful in water at bed- be carried into the Executive Council by a where we have a _
t abusing and outraging that creature,it seems and he did not interfere with their hap my neighbors: the benaflts' I have received record-breaking majority. WRITE FOR.PARTICULARS

[ to me that it would be only fair that the piness. He had all of us in the _from__ _Dr._. Williams'.._n___ Pink____ Pills__ for_ Pale Peo- time. Sold by all Druggists. 1I
[ doctrine of transmigration of souls should wagon with him. He drove to the country pIe, and know of several who have taken i'
I.. prove true and that for.their punishment church. The fact is that for eightytwoyears my advice and have been greatly benefitedby CH6AITH I
i they should pas over into some poor miser- he drove in the same direction. The them." a health signal.L1k r S AflAYURE.=!

i. ableitruto be.ten'and whacked and roan span that speak of was long ago unhitched Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peopleare NAL / I a ,1.,.. 4
I cruelly treafxl and frozen and heated and and the driver put up his whip in considered an. unfailing specific for nut Md tMck TjM .'
[. overridden-into an everlasting) stage horse, the wagon honsenevera1nto take it down such diseases a* locomotor ataxia partial I work Ia tk* lonUUjr _i>w. yo. It
I an eternal traveler on a towpath or tied to : but in those good old time I learned some- paralysis, St. Vitus dance, sciatica, neuralgia The baby's mission, its RJVe..w .
[. an eternal post in an eternal winter, smitten thing that I never forgot-that a man may rheumatism, nervous headache, tho t t
I with etemnaf[ epizootics! admire a horse and love a horse, and be aftereffects of la grippe, palpitation of the work in life, is growth. To B.T.
I There is a delusion abroad in the world proud of a horse, and not always be willingto heart, pale and sallow complexions, that i .0a. x. -
I. that ft thing must be necessarily good and take the dust of the preceding vehicle, tired feeling resulting from nervous prostration that .little bundle of love, t
I Christian if it is slow and dull and plodding. and yet be a Christian, an earnest Christian, ;all diseases resulting from vitiated
I There are very few good people who seem to an humble Christian a consecrated Christian humors in tho blood, such as scrofula, ; half trick, half dream, every I tI ASTHMAPARKER'S
I Imagine It 19 humbly pious to ,drive a useful until the last, so that at his I chronic erysipelas etc. They are also u
I spavined galled'glandered spring halted, death the church of God cries out as Elisha specific for troubles peculiar to females, ; added ounce of flesh means t
I blind staggered ade. ,.There IB not so much exclaimed when Elijah went up with galloping such as suppressions, irregularities, aud alt Gt'rsli.t In 117* ss
| virtue in a Boslnante as in a Bucephalus. horses of fire, "!!.y father, my father, forms of weakness. In men they effect a ; added happiness and com f I
i We want swifter.horses, and swifter men, the chariots of Israel and the horsemen radicial cure In all cases arStng; from :; ,.
I and swifter enterprises, and the church of thereof." mental worry, overwork, or excesses of fort. Fat is the signal of
I God needs to get off its jog trot. Quick tem- whatever nature. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills -

I pests.quick lightnings, quick: steams why Xnglanden to Meet at Atlanta. ore sold by all dealers, or will be sent postpaid perfect health, comfort, good-nature, baby-beauty. -
I not quick hones In the time of war the Jf ew on receipt of price, {50 cents a box or -M"-. ;
i t cavalry service does the most execution and The New England Manufacturers Association six boxes for tX50-They are never sold in 1 SCOTT'S EMULSION is the best fat-food baby can lave in' '. -' BALM .
E as the battles of the world are probably not decided to hold their autumn meetingin bulk or by the 100)by addressing Dr. Willlams' !i'a .

t all past, our Christian patriotism demands Atlanta. An excursion party of 200 arranged Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. T. the easiest form. It supplies what he cannot in his I t .. .u.
get t"I Yaat&ftU Colo .
| that we be interested in equinal velocity. to leave New York for Atlanta. Many t 1tl ,
K we might as well have poorer guns in ourarsenaLs of the largest cotton manufacturers of this FITS topped free by DB KWXK'S GREAT. ordinary food and helps) him over the weak places to perfect I r- > e l,=k kir teUtabDragfaM
E and clumsier ships in our navy country will be in the party. :SERVE RESTORER.: Vo fits after rtru. day's ue.Marvelous ,
ADd 00 trial
Treatise f2
I yards than other Nations as to have under .tc4. tree Dr.cures.Kline.931 Arch St.. Philau.Fa. growth, For the growing child it is growth. For the full- I !N. U...............;...... Forty-four83t' _
i our cavalry saddles and before our parks ot ... i -
1 artillery slower horses. Prom the battle of Aged Couple. Iif Partner. Piso's Cure is a wonderful, Cough medicine. new life.Be f -' -- -
Granicus,- 'Where the Persian horses drove Christopher Roberts, aged eighty-one,wu -Mrs. W. PiCKtKT, Van Sirlen and Blake grown, I >> PISCES CURE FOR
E the Macedonia, infantry into the river. married at Columbus Ohio to Eliza Jan A ns., Brooklyn' .:\. l"'.. Oct.2C.'94. Ii It I CUKiS UHlit Af*i HSf ftSi .
|- clear down to the horses on which this being his third turtjfM get&(1/1",Emulsion vlienytn ao.nt it antttttt*cheaf suit/iufs. Bat Cough Sync*, AMweood.fntlnuL tis .
Philip Williams, aged fifty-nine, *'I DaTe Tried Parker i Sheridva and Stonewall Jackson husband. "
into her fourtfc
ic. wile and
and believe in it, says a mother and so veil] CONSUMPTION
}ou when you know its revitalizing. proper:ies. Scott & Bowne. New York. All Druggists. soc. and $i. .1. :
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1i.. CttttTY-TEUGMW." often')'.simply a:yielding, ':,to ttprew wtldfe known( beyond,. ..!.1 e'.J hmit i :S v: f 'J 4.1 .' .'- -I .w' UL"' rLTj- "' 'j

'ti:I' 1, .. '-. ', ," are"of pn.b' OF,to,the elo- of his; ,immediate, carniyc1le.The : :. ., ... .. ". ./. E.,.I' STV* rTJ.v1lysiCnlAN._'SJl'. : .,;:: >
t ., : .. :f :only" :advantage ,to: be derived : : i
j )I' } fhDll hict ;. Prlcfay it: :. goent appealt wthe. jnrors' sympathies from ;keeping the Moilicello! .friyHtVry 25cenuj ; ; -. ',1; } iUiGEi'.

; Kti.MDORP COUNTY. FL4 ': ;lawyers., It way;,hiifsrfrarn 'in 'Washington* the surprising t Mid'deensd.and .: "lUt. IRane DnIr: 1:0. ..: : Y/ 1-
> ---- : : accordance with' the effect .i .to ftLi which all lending PhYsicians wSdo.ofH.' ". STARKE. : ':_ nA.
he the
, hasip
'pooling J1IUII.1p LW. -
R.ALazab, 'J
., ; l'Am admit thatnine: times ocr of ten.a patient 1- .
f s. : t. MAEWd: law and evidence' *$ the east is from lre on a: hot day., will recover without the":assistance of, -. Wa orfL wife iJ',a} '1"U'\1n1.1. .:.. -'_:- 4t;
j ) .. ,pubn.h..r. and Proprietor-, ,(.l eat'ihe .'. 'doctor. With the advance of ;,knowledge 0.P.1aJnb.I 1't.- iorncx ,- '"_"1- .
, :if ** I p p :t&wosi.! It may ) doom of A Very Ooo4FrpDf Plalf. !, .. people understand Better,what to'da aD AlDelia : AT ;;. L.'OASKprr' .'DZVSd-.

8 .t 1suBSC. ,, "'' --- a: J lunatic or set at liberty a 'red- |J\e Quiney Kp''Era.] for themselves Medicines' in themselves but as neb and Lithe*randhit AVu,' i I pigs a of-Wot. ..,aod-CbfldnROU 1 7'-- .

.., ... .. .. ... .. .. .... .. on not cure; Nature alone can care; all i ._ 'M'tT "',tta ,
-'f "." ,O .".. ., ." handed murderer whose mental There 5 i" F!otldfr the Take on ijHnstraon. b sad CO otfc- 01:1'. ,
:' 1bt..ODW. ... .. .......,.I...... ..1OJr no man |n | 'medicines help Ifature- STABK&T ,\ I n
' {r"" I ..oatJal......., .""...............t.nta 'J15o faculties are in, nowise impaired, but I npwupaper business or out of it, I '$Occasionally. Let us with say you dizziness have.sick soar headaches stomach A.rteitba&Oa D.l83.1ahaU ., -!. __ __J

,.,.i'f. ,' .- : : 'p who has, by dent of the many ;n. who. feel inore genuinely thankfulto I and loss of appetite. You do not need to '. ed&te mate L IB4ZiL'. ", ;.... '
I I'tl WID.r.Xalph.
A no '
: the fortofflce at Stmrke,Ha.M Seeond -'1 flnencAs 'that may' be bruqght to the railroad! man, or the ..capitalist go to a doctor for every one will tell you it tT of Bradford and : A'lrry AND COUKSEU.OR.A'BRICK : '
who spends his statedevelopment u biliousness and that what you need is a decreeing elM sale .
laM moneyn
#" "- < bear,. cached the sympathetic We liter pin to clean out the bowels and arouse situated and be- : ; ,LAW. _'t .
duo '
; : than we say rd State of Tlpe- .
action. ,
.', jhe torpid liver to .:.
' T ;' : *-' Fiji Nov.t, 1805.IK cord of the jurors nature. Experience all prauc to him or to, h rn.Ve In this case you can buy many dmerent of said de4.nt,, S1".ARKE.I YUAtoca
.t akko. is to to Marian O. o..1.Jo1. B1oe'l
ask and kinds of liver pflls but the best course -I
p teacbrs, however that the invite others tQ cometo th same,to-wit: -
.t.? : ,. thfeJr I cure the hrar puls and also some TONIC quarter and 15 '' .L J'IZ1W. .. -- -'-;
: Florid and imitate. good : .
an interview Senator Pasco Utter conclusion) is .more often PELLETS fcr purifying the blood and quarter ofnorth- Lf5 -. .I... .
ij We claim for them that not ranjrs IS -
yoa.wffl 5.
example. toning up th
W that ha voqld' lend his reached, and th* growing sentiment (achalt of aoaUt- MASON fc FLASTKR1
fft.: rwoently i the. same protection and rights of be' trottbtetf ajfsia. the sooth sJd*ot -.-.-. _
ip favor of a change in the particular You 'get'Wft of these medicines -. 4g It for Ca v'B'-:Pn1* u.
.: '. -effort to having the Cuban ,insnr- citizenship that,wt all enjoy. But csj| northern quarter,
9 ,in separate boxes,for one price and the nortl 8TARK," '.p ,.-. .v :
branch of our criminal 1 Uw in the moment their good deeds are 0
!r L rata recognized as belligerents (35 cents)tf you ask your druggist for and northeast quar- ,
)' :wh convenes in Decem- question may he credited to the turned to politicaK account or to aamon'8TQnlcUTerPiUand notion. quarter 90 township ot t$* t
b- 'congress N' ?
exoneration of who political significance, the brethrenof i'eUets- Together they cure township 5, ranga we ||
!. :. "I ber. The 'enatnr. should' .be careful frequent men the state press who are loudestin ttylioosness and cOns pJ on., or leas and these ,. .
Interested ta
:ii:<} ..not_to over-ezert himself. deserve the penalties of the lWa their praise will please excuse, .us Atu d.rsoruifor2bOZSLO9vB9wNv'- -- --- -- -- "... persons. z.-Win.!. AUCTIONEER _FOB_ ,.KIU1FOBD '.L, .:

lt' I but who are liberated by the workings if we take a pinch of our own snuff S '.c .1 -P.f1 KCU Starke. ac and use.DUD'County, CQUNTr. ,. .

i SEVZRAI4 of the state papers are of "the insanity dodge" and sneeze at our own,' pleasure For Sale by j. I". GASKINS day of November Starke 1'- -' 1'kra.-

;1'4 : .making faces at' Comptroller Blox- It is to be hoped that Georgia will and comfort. ODiLAKB : I ; : :.

J 1; bam for causing them to set up the will set the example in the correction This Hast tlie flight, Bid:..' OFFICE op..T. 8. ROSAMOND, Administrator... Is-s.p: AN"OFI8E'

sale adverttwment and then tar I DUEAST. MISJ.LOTttA I IUESSlU. . :
. '. tax of this abuse and that FIQrid"will"n From the Pasco Democrat] I i. : .t1i. if
BEOS.. Savannah, Ga. :
: Sale t.
, i F down again, without i reward or the t be slow tofolloi: :If he would teach hemu t learn..: OENTLsK3i--While m San Antonio .' .LIFE. *"

:tope thereof. Thh brethren .of the This is an of education ip politics of fo> cl
;} age Te;., last spring I saw your. adyertise- a'Decree <- C IDF3Voiay ''
should remember that Mr A FALLACIOUS OCTWNE. and the voter will not be blindfolded !' and entered Sep f ;, -
press met of P P. Pi. (Prickly .Astl. Poke the Circuit Court of iit'erfvsa4.._.,, .
and led to the palls. It"IS of Florida in .. ..,
'Bloxham l baa iha gubernatorial beet foe the 8tas -
BOO and Potassium ) in Ih 9 paper .
is. When to his particular business in the conservative vic a certain eajue la ;. \%: :
Lt t in ia.J)9nDet' not: disturb i ,bim each devotes true sense a : cure of rheumatism and thought I would 1 wherein W.T.Weeks .

or chose'1'prnfeSion man
t7 ; tory and the triumph, uf commonsense aeounODS.Gu&sI & jL.BIS: & CEL St
'I .' :, during_the progress of his play'to the whole of his time and that the pJajn .people, the try a. bottle; finding sucU great relief Spbron hibeat Terrell bidder,are for -

/. 'the galleries.IN talent the occupation of the politician demand free and. full (tpm it, on nay return home. I had my House door in. the ,
will be gone.-Live Oak druggist \'. JoUn "M CleI\.an. to order ) of Bradford' : .
discussion of men $n4 'measures, far '. -
,tliJj 41: ,', discusaing' the re-organization Banner., in advance of conventions. Thin me a supply. Aft' Inking 1 think; ten *HV. 135. [ Field Notes JT4 '

,; \'; of, the. Florida Press .Association There is, as much fallacy contained evinces a h e lthy state of public bullies 1 Lnya opt bud a pain or ache the.of legal said hours mouth of Ig Locating 'Lands ,.
since; previous to that i suffered for 21 described piece, : .. ,
the:.esteemed Pensacola News suggesta in the above sentence as sentiment and it renews a. cojufprt- years:und could nnt get the least benefit lying and. beln :L -r- t..
.. 1 that each be restrictedto could possibly be crowded into the able pride and satisfaction with our Until I tried P P P.. and therefore take )zunibei.three of Bradford and(3) r. Jp.p Oard a*&.sln IrrlgaUon.. Draahtlnsstrumenia Sjatems .blse'Landscape jq 1.. .
i paper "When political' system. A fair expression\ uleaapre in recommending it to all. r of block number i Au-at5 WQI' ": "'',' "<

1Jx' one representative It occur to same space. to his particular of .the public opinion is a great I Yours truly.. J., S. RQSAMO1c. and fifty-two fire feet and(KB one-ft) I: : ... ..;_'r_ t

l/ .us.that. nothing can be lost to the business or chosen profession sedative and Uy discussion, only .CbanaelrJaln'a. JjJe au .1. Quit and west (w). north !' _. "-- .-., '- -r---i.-- -.--Wt.. --.,':l'tf.I. ."

?fi::' .- .Association! by being strong nifmer t-ach man devotes the whole of his ample, free, intelligent discussion.I 1: twenty-eight of range twenty-two(sec 38) I.uc1 ; *!.. .

\i;"p Really,.provided that the. quality ihright. time and talent" toe exclusion of cau, the party mai.utain its cohesion. A certain cure for. Chronic Sore Eves ) !" one-eighth. of .....rRegular---. .. ...-.' -- -"Z.B ,

: t : .' Let the membership be rejtricted politics and public affairs then will Lei the discussion go be.on. Let the T&t r. Salt Rheum. Scald Head OJd '. being. lot one-eighth lying and 1P:01PlrIOI1J :o. q. t"jJ

names, for nomination euggeated.. Chronic: Sores Fever Sores Eczema \\ffbPrairi Starrer tot. described )11S8ia. i1t. ,
' the occupation the politician beat j Th 1"IK""beeri u.H .
11.: 1' : to bona fide newspaper Let the people, aat the machine, Scr and Being two hundred b.each; ;. W1L F.. 'lV. ,. . SoLe
I high tide. Then will the dema.ogne ? or less north (n)and .N.!u tec fIA1'L01)GE -
but let such make the candjo te il,1. flUstthe
N'.u a ODe enjoy y "
every '
half eel (52
.. Piles 1.t is.copling d soothing Hun oll : ;"
;itbe benefits ,and I of the the trickster and the professional oficiaL. on south (Ii Oo..O. F. -
1h i pleasures dreds.Qf cases have been cured by it a ter ; a street. and north ,-

i _Association' ) phce-hqnter gain fall all.other. ", treatment bad .ailed.. 25, cents east (e) by land eetljc every T\Mada.aipr'f.t'../
of Wil
'l i' Thea will\ the era of class 1iusL Q. Iq.rlo. Old-Urn 1UeIiogs. per box. For sale} by the Slarke Drug ha4. Tranaienli Aethers cardlalft la.u.L :.
j sway. E. .JO* ...Q. ,.
'\ ", p' WE have no patience with (heNewspapers b its climax. Then From the Sanford Chronicle.] _ _ : A. V."LONG.---,.. ..-, 'W.N.uCJIA".Sec., -' .
legislation r'
.\. We mu t return. to. the, Ql.itiweDeiuocracy -1 &f. : in this state that are will the be corrupted Company.HEART TARXIOLcLNO.MLorL.
government wrhvn lu>iiety, uo.t intrigue : DISEASE '

t( .p .industriously' engaged in an effort. and finally dissolved. was at a prernium, when ,ailments when they 'Meets.every 1iursdaysv.n1 at5&sIs.. '.',

& ,j' "HO.,.cpjole the plain people into believing The doctrine of abstination from public, oui.ce was nQt only a public have takea hold o$ the system, ln fc Odd&KATTHXW FeIowii'} &U.K.R.t .1[ T.wuLsQ.c. '',

"i:: .that;< they; (the people) are I politics which i is being indu&triuusprcached trustt but alsoa reward: for genuine t never jets better of Its own. accord' bat clal Cfrcujt it Flor> .- < "

,I "-too busy with the 'affairs of life to' tp the masses in some sec m. \"it, and., tip; the coveted sppjjs. ofa Constantly who a.-.e.know:they have: a There/defective ant.b County,_ ( JflJ1jj. DlllFOBI. '
trickster tb and
r 'take hand"in'tbe politics of th- demagogue the heart, tat will not admit the fact. They -
tions this has been t
: ;: of state cunningly political boss-rrall bound u\ ope.VYe don't'want their friends to worry and tODll7.. !i '

,; : ., '.state.: Tb"effort is prompted by instituted by those who wishto uiusj get back toold-time; Jack- Don't know tchat to take for it, as. Services *ex..-,. _. ,...'clatit, ";1':11

". politicians) who todd they have been told time and again that ?$> schca' at .
4 Belt-seeking ,hope carry the state about in their vest fioiiarj principles or w invite the OBJDA : P- I. Sunday :3D..eIocklL..kri

:1>e 'jri, their' designs .by the delude, aod alter tliat, -chaoa. Let 1 I heart disease was Such was tb ., Psayer. meeting),(WednesdaySTtnlmjpioelock .. at'T -
pocket, and if followed to. any case of Mr.Silas Parley of Dyesville OhlpwhoVrttea > The aftrament Lord'a'Saypsw ;
of the people. It is patri. us. he wise. in,ti.D: and reform whije June 10, follows: that the de wai admini 1i
apathy ,. appreciable i extent will prove a veritable 'Themasses a nQa-resideat of the .he "Ty exists.
otic'to, aid in the of the the opportunity still "I had heart diseaa ,for 93 year*, the residence of said month at the dose of. tin Bornia strrlaa.-.. ''
shaping boomerang to its unHuspectingdisserninators of th
11 .gOTernment-from the-municipality (among whom we but they have beel.\ deceived, time The. first, 15 years I doctored 11 the time. ,'considered yearn; and ad. p : ?auam1az4 4

to the nation-under which we live, and time again. They want no trying several physicians and remedies 4 B. Boyd, do t '
number ndpost1elJ. Se'Ykea.yery Sunday atlfl-JQi lcka.aa
to the
"% prefer Banner until my last doctor told Hie It was.only a ... ,bill of comnlaint .
: and wto fails knavery politic, and sooner or < and 7p.m.., at.S..m. Cariatia..
) the man ID this fail In this of ours \\\ question of time aa
country later they will get to. know in. all I could not,becored.."t'r''r A. D. 196. Zn4ravor.u.stIngato'cloek. at. rraysr ?-
: his full his
to discharge duty to ** >$
the people are the government and, sections ofhe youiUry the.. animal, I gradually. grew 'mfeJJDjt Wiednemd&y''evenluea. $. *; _
; pro coofesso will be .
ReT &C
; ,FUmZ.paI&sr.
p '. ,xx untr Every boy' should be as 4 part of that government it i is when they see. it. so that 9.9 disguise worse YePJ. weak B. Boyd. .
thi( tice be .
n pub
,.'!., .trained to take a lively, interest in the duty of every apply will give it \l\tt reKemb.lauce. 9! asait. and compietiily, until discouraged I- Telegraph a the tecoad EmPAiSertkesoit and fonrtfc Sabbatis afg

1 .politics and one of tbe first prinui himself to'the) study of the conditions Then tke political. boas will. lived propped half Starlta week for i ejght Bradford con; each monh'atS.o'dock 1\0 m. Babbatk seaaalj

;, pals in. this_ training should be to that affect its administration be out of a job unless he desJrcs.. ;osaw ap in bed.becau Ic.wldn't : hereunto at* o'clock p. m. -. '. Sabbata, as, ). L-
and wOod or dig ditches. lie d. I of our Circuit Court HoIw.saretw,1 -
staid his
( friends his
by give
; and in nor sit ThinkIng .
f to participate every roover up. : A. I) 1 90. 1Wrna

\",,,: t enemies. the d.-!. mept .that |in the least decree affects Mrs. W. B. Meek, who. tfwdea. at : come my I told tine mr -had i T.. .WEEKS.TCa.Clerk...9. Brrices_ em the. first aa.d thud 8 *day ,ef/

'ft- p ; the public weal. W hen i\i\\ \$ is done, I Caraptonville. Cal.. saya. her daughter f.I"' 7-1rhat wanted eotei's. Ill: MCA moot* at 190 '...m.aad T:J|p._'
"THE .IHHAJflTYAbilljifsbeen DODGI Sunday'school I.' 11 ,
I : a aa; Prayer asutlagWeda7 ,
for tittveral troubled jit times done when I
WAS yeiirs was
.j! ,- than is the country safe. Sale. 1d11ca. a& Vo'dK ).,PpW..
But on the first day : March .
ge. 0
..> introduced in the with severe crumps io the stona li,. and on Con. pastor.
recommendation of Mrs. Fannie Jooes
would b in Bjuch agony Uu t U WOA oeoeft> --r- -._-, .
;, q59 8& :.legislature providing that All Freo, ot Anderson. Ind. I cpmmenced taking ,a dBcrejs ct foreclo
call in n physician. Having r eaI .and entered Sep
wry (a r. Bllctf New Cur jW. the Heart
.'tbj uestiohiof ,jtht sanity of Those who haye jsed, Dr..King's New : ? the Circuit Court of ,
f per- about phumbfrlaia\. Cboleta and and wonderful to tell. in t e. days I was StatQ of Florida,in '
abas oil*, tII *for znjird.r shall bf Discovery know its value aotll those who DiarrhqeH Remedy she copcludea, to. try wprtyng at light work and on*March 13 com- in a certain cause in ,:.
haye not. have now the opp >rtjjnity to meace ;r 1.. 'I submitted: ',4a; jury. of judges of try U free. Cull on tlje "iujyerlijjtij drug. it. She found that it lilwI\YIJ.Ie prpmpl work,and 1 haVnt lost a day&\npe. I km a'
I iKe saperior"'CotThe evil that gist and ge\, H trial boitle. (ret. Seud relief. It wjs] tK-iitom necessary io. give years old 6 ft. 4Vi inches and weigh 0iba Hnrfnc >Co. and 0.". .
the fecund ,dose "it has not only Bayed, :t 6el biUii-dewgedio: orreot' i i. a your name and address to U. JJ. .QJ uciIenb ) cash in front of the
te 1 2g.Qn"Uc1: Site Co. Chicago and get a sample bo$ of us Int. of worry nud lime." she, Bays "but .: know I am now of only wonderful aaxtoug that remedies.everyone" Bh'all..... of Sttarke in said WE.Q.VILiL
-I remedy sug Ur Kin)s tjrw Uf.e >is!! (reD. u neIl\\ asA u'sn' doctor bU'.SU' i m. opini.oa that your: _

f i estd.orne. ..Jaa1l71ia1atarf, can-_ copy of Guide-to Health and IJc'&JtbQld every family glmul'.l have a bottle of this Dyesrille.Ohio. SILAS FABXXT. .'.. IJj 85, aud 14

..' J.:.;. i li-ot ,too soon he applied in states ltd Instructor to do you f roe.goojd.11 and of po which t}uu ill nothing.Starke gJlttTun-. remedy iu thr b 'ijt; >eFor snle by ShU'Dru fcmntee Dr.Miles that Heart the Cure 8.rst is bottle sold on will a 1tb'o neA\ :, the.*described' of'saId legal hours month of : 1the,

' ?. .'wjterv_{the plea of itmamty is so Drug C#,, and John 4..1 King, Cu. tt AU will druggists b*sent sell, prepaid It at tL on 8 bottles for ot )lIS -on C, lying and being

.I "fwqueatly ,.a&d ..effeotively) entered > tJc,. 4FLOIMPA ---. bj tho Dr.Miles Medical Co.receipt. Elkhart.erica lad i State of Florida and
J. ; ffrlCE OK S.S CUE1tRT. i ': The.north vest.(A Jl

" .c 'i i in:behalf. -of ,unworthy persons'that WJT EDITOiS :VASNAH. Q.LlFTMAK \. Dr. Mile's' Heart Cure I' ...(n quarter e JO quarter is e X\, Ti1&'LLJacksonville;, ;

ahe JESSRS. BiO3.. SavannaU Qa. w X) and toe south
l 'public ihas' come to 'regard ; (see 13). township
: ; :a sharmandconteinpnously refers to JCu* rnatorl.l a.. IJJI', Dear Sirs:-I would likq to add my Restores Health f r twenty-two (a r ti The
: 1...
I Float the Tampa T"bu r.. testimony to the almost miraculous! effect .acres for more title-or !!

f ta."tb!, insanity :dodge Under Bloxham's name has not srjet ben .of .P. P. P. f in the cage of Mary In;rahm. ITCHING FilR A: V. LONG ,, f
.existing Jaws .tbw plea of insanityThta PILES Special Maatr. alt
p mentioned for governor. Jut certain n woman Uviujr on my place bbe AYnreOINTMEMT -10-4-5t ampt J,.

.degenorated .to thU levil in, *: mysterious br.eatliipgs have .bad a constant pougli. $ rp throat, .debil -, leI WPt

: ;Florida, and atos.due to both those been heard from the igtjwior recesses ity. .etc.. and was emaciated to a degree V 1I8OLtmILT JIPI'O.Kt-JWata.e1 OUb4 I- to Sell :

) :whose ruonlal tatusreally renders of the body politic.Je&flDerall.a tit he ',as unable to get out of bed Y.II1ttr_"...lall t"fb w.e uiiiiiLI am !, | of Minors.. A I J hD'lwal". _il'J

j. Uhemlit if the unaided, being Jtivenp} by physicians. ctt:1T'J. \ PeWa8wn :
t subjects
or .
.oleroenoyHof JAae .. .be.\t"d taken the ruimms s nll.rd blood .: l'riU6"ht: .IJ;_w..yq.8oId..y..cdort7 SQIr.J'n.._'.'.,. [ <.-Take Tfejtice. North, .
,lhe law and -\0 society that I
a date hereof, iwft
Te* ] J medicines without the least etct. untilbag : and ; :
A. l> 1895, L
: change beimade., There does appear to be one put\ under the P. P. P., sIe. imme- READ appointed and quali South

.. The prea node -of procedure ground for the asserMoji that the, IitJ4y Xtrgan to improve and i? now in THE Twp=r1 IES-A-\VEEI E, Loadholtz tz, Eddie K.Marvhail Load- Line .
un snob cases.can .work .nothing but press .degenerating. Tw.o Mytxts- as.gqod.b.eallhas ever in her l)*c. you and Cassie E. Load- .
of .I
i; ..vil, :Socie .b.betn so often out- villu .t UQW tired five xoupds at can tefcr to ,nu at .any lime, a,a tp the SAVANNAt, WEEKLY. NEWS to the Bradford Honorable and .TJ.r.Qu". '

each other.the.other day And djdn't ectQt f. p. P. in tie. fcregoingcase.Ir.uly. of Judge Florida in and for for author said thA g
the )
.by \ .of
traced .acguitul men '"
even hit -bystander.. : 1"'U\lrJo. AN 8-PAGE. PAPER. said minors maud to ;
whose iiuental siveakuess .has estate situate and
only Vo4 Heart of
SAEL C,,4Lstritaings .. TIMES A YEAR. .State of Flor foiuFa
-developed, j&ftertheir hands .ihavei 4. :.T ra. ApfUjal. oi the )9Lc. of the northeast quar

: i beendyed. ;rin.human blood that,the From uU tbe.Faaco Opuijty.Democrat. ] h' ; aha. ;king I I ALL THE .NEWS ),.containing,_ __..five,__(5)W..)_aorta mnith A_ L..,. Ask, I
s 4 .. motives. COUp. louuncso IOOIISQ a.8

t 4.erzge rn'or .finds .himself tin ajFI"UH i A PAPER JTO.R T/1E HOME.UOO and edupattou for }
( i some .legislator .voting in 1897, !-, 4t. Nothing so ,.dan$eroi s ,if :
t .dilemmaurhen Ue is. aU 4 there i8no.doubt bat the allowed continue.. One ; -" A. D lM&! Tlckts.Yll .
.\ votes cast Uftuts Cqug L. LOADHOLTZ.
,: .14 pass ..uponcase vjvhere :;th for the .opponents .cr! Mr. Call will Cute glyes immediate JjI11. tarke *. _A 'YEAK." SAMPLE' COPn I I Gu&rd1aJ1.I tbt\- J;. T. & K.. W. I

.of lie ..Accused is the sturd'u and soundest Co. s FREE
6 ..!4JiinUy represent Drug Wrlta thtj general .Paxsenger.
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1t\&Oed) tin C8tion. iHe. Uas ijio ,democratic .itimeut i of Florida For. Tor
'fi and the vove for Mr.QaJl & gr\ppe\ use iPbwIt ;\ s .F.f. r Cqre. WEEKLY NEWS, A&en information.G. .
: nowllgs of tnedicaljjurispru4 never fails to cure it. that I have been an- '
< i DO,principal whatsp ver, but mere SAY4N4UJ. .GA. the estate of Volney ACKERLYt,, 1
: aad..J8 tli ref ore,v totally .iacspahje 1 devotion to bis personal 1 foitune. - -_. 'to file, sworn Cl.',, a ,..ActJAOKSO&"i'l"LE '
Save Your \\V..B..COF"
ito.Lgzther..axfr ,JGbced .'conclusions Money. ,Sheriffs Sale. with. me at my offlc ,

"fritni.the >testunooy.jyf i the JjieviUVhle "Tbel"Ue.$cMtIaLr. Pne.bosof Tutt's. Pills. wiUsave Urniu; or In of case Ibis of State cred, )

ftpm.the.Tampa Tritupe.M.eateemed and by virtue of writ.Gfftfah date of thin notion. .
;, expert. many fiollars in doctors' .bills UNDER the Circuit' Court FoUith > RUSHTON. .
l ..correspondent propounds Circuit.State of Florida in and for the Aa1I"'Oe8.
ed by public seatunen.t, whatever county
.this .ioteiesting .query: They sure1 .curea1l diseases Bradford. in a certain cause therein peoaicjr. -n& 'ruE.'l'll8lA..WEEI,
'-,1.I'f. 'that variable .quality ,may I wherein.W.T.Wraks was plalotiTT and T. Bostick J
;' \V,at..l\u Senator.Pasco; ever done of the stomachKver.orbowels.No was'defendant,a levy otis been. made u
. to-wit: The south half of toe
: \bei must not' .forget Jbis ,sense.of .gIv9JLt:Up.! Tbish ,.i ort.ptqvesiiqn Reckless Assertion quarter'in section four township'se oa, soutJof that all portion* in-1

.q\th.. ,ed.or \is duty lo i\at...should variably !,be.ay For si.headache, dyspepsia, or ral1 Tr lorida'weotr, containing.east,;in eighty Bradford acres county more or less : o. vrilUani Walter n. I
o1uPMIcd ,and I'.will sell the same at public county. Florida
ly ,a..mlcr.Qi! It outcry
ph. .
; 1i.wisthssbeentxnsgeaed. ; malaria front of the court house door in th. without de ,
,! ,However;be said jn "a'*general constipation.and Starke dnru.g the legal hours of sale on claims aftainut said 'l'UE.; :T LF.GBAPH: :it
'IniA wavenog frame ,ofm\nd. be Seoator.PaSco duly authenticated. i' ,
wiy thaUf bad done ;million people endorseivrrs MONDAY,'.THK.SD DAY_OF DECKMBEK, nQ e will b0plead.ia : 'i
; 44i'etirn: to',render a verdict. That t.ui.p\lQh! for but constituents as. foiIhinself Liver PILLS totbeblgheatbidderforcash.p, i JE. Administrator, FQJl ONTt1 EARFOR.OIYk. :

Verdict, be it said with regret, is too.I bi! WasLingtoh Eo r. JOHNS. St.New York. N.V, .L ,
j -tt-1. W .Shnitr Bradford
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-: ; -'#_.. .. .........,.. -.JC bt..M.- JJ 1' 4. 148 S w X in Camming sah-drri- { south 79 yarda theses '": '-."". .- t?
18. -.yrH.... .... .......-.. .. nsx nwx. .. .. .,...,. 13 f 11.40 147 .'. <.
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ff}"' .r .... .........,;... .... 36IB. 4 11 40 .... I : .
.er ....;... ..,. .f.f..i lnfJef ; in.Gumming* sab-oirisloQ .. J L Neal..r _... ..._ /I lot running i 38.footaU : :t.
It" ....D .,1Ia._...:....,,,..,...,....... i.N iaDd. Otnwxandaw laAsbnry Green..:;,..:?.... 2 8 Ie. *> Ir. &ol. \: :'
; of swx sad aw34 of swx and S3 feet aort& 045-feet : i
,.. aad Jobs -J.oc.JtU1et'OoraeM. of .w U thence / bJ
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7itt, .}I of.wx. 4.. ; .;... M sad let 7 ef aw X ofawyinBammiags and thence-weat At fe i' ("
/ P.......,..... .,, ,.1'1'...... ,:dejoawaDdN of s sub-division in As- point of beginning in 'r '. 1$
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,' 1''j.., ;:.O:' c lInf".J&' 40 148. ,..,..........."... ..._ _.... 10 aeas commencing? at north G W Tauas._.____....*_,.... J i. 79 f. -.
t\\ ../...,.....,-;-....... of .... ....;.._,,..;, II f : 100 XVIS .' orw east earner of land sold to U .a"o.lotJot'.pr -.-. .. .. 'f:
.;:'l:' '. t .............*.............. .;*"if* ot.' ........... .n... 1" 11). aeo D Miner aDd running west CM of p a ; ..''...-. MJ I c .
4f't.! 'Y; ...'..............-.. aJK oI..Jt. ..., MI.. :>> CO feet thence. north to dividing Allen"..-..... .-..........._ e # .P. : 'I":.: .
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. ., ).... ..;.._ ...._. ........ of aeM.----M: ". a. co HIItf JBtarka And Sanderson road r town of ?SaHliTfffim >.__.I" 19 -I SMlai .
I .t ''f N!A, .._. ...;...!".. .... N., iw'ji of a M..V.7r'. .. 34 4 .Jt ..40 I4 .' thence southerly along said / Mrs6atfll. 8rdboUen..._..,..... a *' of no J4-..___?_.... W' 4*.. "' .
' L r" ..rrrrrrrfrr.*........... fit wlf ...., 84ofa tJ co road to place of beciDDiD ... C .. 'oft 10 868 J B aad SM well*_. _.......... aa 'undivided half 1- .
''i .; ...... ..-.W ........ ......... ,... 27 4'11 ..40 148 CD "* ...__ .<: .hi. 27 l
"t14 rwr-- .. ....... ...E e3"( Ot a w Jl ot a w ;V... .... 1'6 22 to .9t a w a ef a w U- -: : SO .
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it ,. ..,..... ...,.........".,..aSXOtWM, ..'**.........,.... AT 1 21 (0 .....,....___...___s:wJtofa".u.: ......... 9 I JS n .. *..._... 29J 1 11. UM "
if. ......,.........,/....>,,........... sw)4 S f* tex..... ................. 22 co 1 46A VNlaltWoecl M.. ..,_......... .w J ofof.e and n of>tSsltagdCMXuv1D 40 14. ABen_.....___......_..... KX SCEM.oa a. of n w* :.z .
; ..... ........... ...... ,,.aeM oIDeJt-"'. ............,....84w 4 II co 148 "w. ...;....... .......... .10o1 6 II 120 .12 o r.ot a w 34...: 2 r.I 1 6 :' "
+1\ ? ......y -; .... .N of ew34 .r-a 491 IiO 980 -_.._a K a eM.-... ... 14 1 tt 36 140 J A.........._...._.__n e er s e J.( sadajtofa- > r,.
'J .' ...==inr ,. .11 01 ===... : f II 80 280 ......... ._. .
H "J( at.w _.......:........ H Jj lea e of-a e 14. ,.; 3 S 2'I ttas -
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.: Pit" ore nr..,..'.;:....,........ eK of nw...w ... .. ... ....... g 4 a IIJ Sit 'tofne .. IS IS D ._... .:...:_ e 3( at s w of D" t :
*-.o, ,..,,.*. ......../,.'r aW* Of BWll....*.._.M.__.... JJ 421 40 J 48 Unk own,_ _.._.... ..---a.JotD.i and ae34ofs 30 111 Llh-- )4 of a w .
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-:. .... .'. ..0:... .JJorDWJt_ N- '.........._ 18 'is 10 280 VaUown___.__ ._.. w U. o(s w (of a e J ..... 11 6 :28 w"or.e It ..J. ...3rT J ,1 2_ ..r.
w'- tJakoe+fa... ...........?........, N H of pJ ......__......,. 28 4 Jt 40 148 I--Ju.Gtr ua.___.......__.. 6 acres on west end of s 3i of swxdswx JO tit, .-... -e s ot a e 3d._...... ........ a ,4 \
Jt M,: .rrrr... .e.r,........."34otel4...... ,..,....._ :38 .4 It 440 280 ..................18 8 IS 5 14 .... -._..- ... a e 3 01.............__.... j : le 1.. ',:
.G" .... ............."..... Dell of _;. : ;. : .88 s8d 248S4S ..,......,.....:._..__._- a w x" ora e x .. .. ... 18 6 2t 3 ". .. -. ....._ n "d .. i 8 Z lI 4 r > 't
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',;'r ,1e ....... 5 IS.8O 3 .......................... 18 6 II 'JO 864aKdnexotrwx. .........._............ w of...... ........_ 6 1 15. ,;.
.i,., .. "'.. ,...,,...,., e 34 oTaex or MM;:::...::;;;: 10 6 J8 30 181 ["'IKohr_._....__.__. .. ........... 18 8 D 10 III i ................ ..... e X D eX........ ._.. U s & ,9 n ; .
I" ... .. .. .. .. ** b 18 Y 280 ... ........ .... ai .
'*.tf f **t* 9% Of DQM r.v. e e John A DohIBu ........- .e Jt and s e x ora e Jt IS 822 1 x ofn e ._ : '
':' _,?.........." VWjtf Of ftWJtf:ee. ............... 25 6 18 40 148 tTDboWA---D 34 ofae J of.w"x' ....._.._ 19 843 W Ao 681 11M ... __ --. ...._.... e 34 et n w 'X.-...........-.._ 11 i 6 A f. "4.y '-,
..'...............;,. ..De of .ex..r.: : 5 111 40 148 _'_w."'__"H '_. w Jt of a w X' .............. 19 6 ZI 4r 1 ____...._.w of A W X ..... _...... 1: Yl t. ? !1'. 1 :
( .,....."/.S>*,........MA 9'De'"l_ rmnrirriiir 6 11 1800 148 11Jef..kmJ4'.a.: or..w..w..... JO' 8 t .a ___.....__... J or .'. + .......... r I 4 J ,
',' ''' *//9*,,sf...*./*.......**** ) Ofa...,........ f../. "I 5. 787 Dore JS ..-...._......;....- fraetjga lQ.W. of blockS : 40 1ft I .. __w w J ................. 1 128 $ 26 ../: ,.
.. ..-'i: ...,........;.,.." ...., of .. u ,D w J( 41 S r ODe e sad fl'a t1ol1 a w x" I ...W................_ e J o.e x.........: .._..; J ,J I e.r. + .'
: aw ...... ............... 4 I l' JIo 430( of block a j 01 r two the I .. ..... .... .... ..._ W e ... _..... U: ,. t = t -I. : .,
1 L..-- rrrrrr. "r.....r pa V of say.,,... ......,. B b It tl, 70, thole being 680 feet e and e wand .............. .................. a J o. 3 ..___. u .' .-4u ..x
170 ft D ands In Temple's ........................ ....n W }S o s w'! D. 5 5ofnw34 f : 11.
'.' ."....P...,.r.,..,.. /..,......> ,.;> ..... ... ......10 5 JI 40 148 mb4 bloa. ...... U AS B .... &e__u. 13'I .a = "r'-
!> {. *....//..""...".... "., r.:1jol.eU.!(........_.! ........ H b 190 1 48 .,..-........r..-.--..-.---_... 10 acres commencing stake 348 .. ............................. e of a w -hid .1 1 .a' 2?
....... ....__..... 6 18 40 148 ........ & .
.1" aaaew..rr.I ". rttft : fa crater of railroad where 3f .............. ._.....-....nw3andsofnexannd 1'-' ",' .
i J Crocks,,,,,, ;.,.,. s y U of sei'l&r'jcpfe x and s e y of mile line crosses said railroad seMofswr4anda34ofs 1'eXudnekofaeand
: a... *.. ..... .... ....? ... 3D 5.a 8IJ 4 fie running east and of 1. 'rsJ4ofnwi
f. fJakaeira)..,.,,? ,....>....,.,. awK or swif................... ao I II /0 148 Jl thence northerly wet along sea ofse ..... 3 10 a '
z Ii:. *sr.*? ; ......,.,,.,......,v"."net.of awjfy! ,,,,.............. ** 5 i9 40 980 of railroad 490 feet thence cen- ........u_. .. ..._....... .n34ofsof ne ;$'" ....:. I!t r U > ..... ......... ..... .. _.. ... M 1 1+ 40 143 tel .. .. '
1)); i> ,awUof neW. easterly and at right angle to ..... .... .... a 14 of s or e x e 1 8 U d a
.* .. .":. ......,,... ...... Bw ofswU..................,.. f 5 2IJ 40 148 Bald ij mile ................. ..................swx.. J....t.......U..! : 8.II 1"
t XT: "'!'evttar ... ,..>..>* .?,.,'. nX of lot 11... .,,.............. 1a 5 30 60 498 line I t ate along ......... ......................... D W w or n" .: .. 8 : i 111 i
< ', nTD.wiaj.ii.......r...r.,,.. D"ofJot..... ........?.,. w 1.20 40 149 said WD 4u we 4 D ......_ ..._........._...sHofswo2nwX ._._ 7"
.;i 'U'C. .i'''''''''' ....... nwM or seM........... ,.. g 5 20 to 47 Frank _......_.._._t In. pl block pnntg 3 s of r I 1" "$7 ............................... .nw ; ofswx ,.......zs 1 I 4!r .
'., UakatoWa,,.r'/,,,.,....._......(. aw* of ne*..,._......n...... 6 20 40 149 lwu. &e eommenclog w ........................... ....S notswXufnwM .... 1'S a W e a:
; ,gafcaemt .,,..;.,.,.,..,. *; Lot 4. ..............., ....__ ao 6:0 80 990 of aDd a CrDe ....... ..................... D w M of n W....... ... I I I 3 07' 1
F., jjakaeva.f..i.... ...*t? ".. Lot .6.?......... ......./.*.... ao J 10 W 280 Ilk deeded to H Jones ................ ......... ....Dol.e' ll. ........ 8 196.sexofDex.
,.,......,,,..A.,...,>,.. ".,..,,,,0neotintOTn At Lake Butler tbeoeeeasterly gong line of ................................... .. .... ......., = 18 I C '12S '
described follows:. Lot It. Jon... land 830 thence 'B8mlth... ............. .... lot 1 ofae X .... :.;... 2 8 '
1 Said lot lying lu B # of lot JW I northerly along fee public road ; "B Smith....... .............. .10'1 of D" 34........_.. ._ 1'' I J 23 'Z3. .,
r IlHIioa IJIoWll&'p5 nqe 2:0l' : 21M fee line between blocks .......................... .-. .... lot 7 and It acres OD end side .
""./,,'/""'''" "r 4 acres heRtnni oa north side 1 1 and 2 t westerly ........ ....... .... lla >I .4 ,
of>i: par'son strpet 20 fact" e ten wO E Lambdin..................... olt. ._............."...:.11 'I : t 1t : s ,
U' .- of toe of soat', of & I fe t ple o .........._.... 1 ..
> vest et M ........... _._ 8 t la LbQ part If lot 1 OD aide of j
k;,. \ Boathest M and running north ..:.......--: --...N- ......-a W bl. 6.of r3 wet 10 t 2 lo Melrose Bay ..DOr......:....11 .' 2 .' C.t.J e
t.; to clear the east side of the : 3 of s w x '.

jCbrlstlai yhnrcli 420 teat par sub vlston.r....i.Templ. ....... : a 2 .19 :O. IB"
; allel with the original then: k,5 feet wide on s side ofn X and k' _
thence east 420 feet lI tet wide 00 u side of s X Tax Collector Bralirorit County. 1 ra
sooth 420 feett hence 420 .
vest a r 2 of -.
feet to begins1n.,.........., *0Lotas 520 4 11 11 vlston _._.Templ'.. .ubd. .
,,,?.,..??..?.?.......*.. ,,., In town of Lake Butler.. 1 g ........... ... ... ..........awMdblk2sotr3wandne 2 8 2 233 r.9lekrgo ,
'1'. ......,,,,..,.. ..,, ...... a e3(:of ne h4...,.....,,..,..,, aa JO a 1 X\ of blk 2 of r a w Tern.pIe'r ........a..... .a.aaOB0 *i, < :
,., ..., ...r..oefofseX....... ....... W b !O /4 141 I il I
u ? ? ? sutrdiyieion......._._ 21 A medical aenaib1y
............._._-,16 6 11 fQ 4 74DCjofneX ...... ............................ e)4otbLkautr3e in swxof 0 t J 1 M Feel journal nrgea' :
.\ .ae1IU11udu.r..., ... ... orae !x ; .' 11 In 44 148 ID I I II enough, that theexpenditure present estsalagaat.
....&r....... exorneun.!.. :; :::;;: :: 18 It co J M a W x Temple's lbdl- i
dYefgt Thosrs,. .. ; a di-vision......._.._ .......... 4 : faoog
....,......"..,.......,.."........ ..UOr .eV.;...,. ...... ...... tIS b 11 co r : lot Of land lying 2 E 115l bd little
; .. .... ... .. .... Mi 61 40 across should be
113ak SWIm. : r.seMofneJi.... ..,. ...._ (n X ot x of lakl Ing
".S-S .' *'.. ...:...."....'.'.'". n e rn wjtf\ .. ..... ........ gpa 5 II to I : et I.\w ".... s 1' _r I o moe built:oa o i sida,
-...... "CfrD"J1oCnw} .".. ". S U 0 $ ".. ................... e H of D e 1 ......:.... .. 1 Badly : fo sunny .
a.w.....v..v,..r...<.. .Wxofnej.... .;. .:,.. 85 6'8l 40 14 'Da'............... ... ... w 34 of D e y.................. 8 f 1 J : and equipped with.t le.the simple .k
JL.fjf""'".,................D. ti wM........... ...... 521: 40 149 t ............... .......... a 'of DW 4.... ............. t I I 8 S. means ot slick ;
.lluraraPfffit" *....,.,,.,.. .. s acres in nonawest corner of s ::135' ...................... w 3( 01 a i.......... .... : 6 2 8 23 9g < fo fIt e
wV of ae3.r......,.... ... w I 31 5 !IS .... ........ ....... e34 or s w 1 x" ............... :5 8 8 8 ITo person. ehouldb*well oanaidered. -
.." ..........,...,.eoTlotlorneHorne .. SB 5 fU 800 1 54JI. ...................... wJ ofsw3(............. .: 2 8 1 8 :! =day'0We The walls'1usy be of vasaablematerial
., ...:............ S of a w J.... .7,.......7... al I.i 11 I k,5 ,H ..................... .... S 34 ot a e ........__...... 2 I : I I 3 ',
T JWtt4f f f.aa.aiJOlIBWl ,..,,r ..,.,..,., Q w if of n w X .... ..........: 223 $( :2 4Q, p .............. ......... w.3 of 31......_... ....... 2 : t : I -paint W with }
.i' .., *.,.. ....... ..... middle 1-3 of e 8-4 of nwJ( of '' L 37' N Adame............. .. $ acres In I.n w corner of w 31of I 2 ( a :| ask this r :tfdlv. because waterproof bath ., Thephuabiagahonid
t neU.....,..'.......:..........22 bll: to lr" .e 3s.... ..... ..I..... 8 a .i serious disewes cltcn follow trilling 1 p
tlakava.. !,.,....!.>,,......... a 1-8of e84ofn wJtf of peX 1'89 ..T.T SCA.................. ." D" 31 of Iw34 except.10 .2 2 10 I ailments. 9 be ont o ht conrenient it' ?r
N. .-ad ora> vX ofneAi.. ..1 A 22 r0, 149 OD .............acrf. ... I 22 9 C U A little of the maaej inrestea
11VC.tr8w ..r...,..... ..', tw3ofnwt ... .. "". 23 6 22 40 Oeuevl D L Anderson ...._ ....w" eltade.a e of s ey4of n o t I 8 Y H you are weak .
JagaDUoa" :.... .eior'nVx of s W. sa Sts. aoP. 561. Thomas Padgett.................. X of Ie 34' 2 .... 8 f I 33' 1 an.I .rally ex- i lbe.b A aa p F S
.,sip Draiepsg.L.N .... Lot"l.I.I.Dd' bbck18iiitownwn 2702t Hsirr of,C .. .......,.... W except 3i of s W'& : 2 I B bau3t.g.t. n'ros.. StO spent
ofLawty ......:..,.......... 1U."i. 9' &I-of of aat e t01T- rne no appetiten.'id C a u
fiattAT* Onhbafsa.'............. BusineM lot on corner of State E P Richard........ ............. X Decr t north V i aDd s south 2 8 t I 4 s9 ca' work, .Yp an emea D tutasnal to trail hu
street and Lake Avenue In and 9 feet east and bean at once tak- insure ::the oomfort'.aad.
Lawry ........".........r.... t 72 2 north by land wet of L 8)) 1117 mist rel'a-! ,1a that; '
.JBteaatSa Uwty,,..,, .......,. lot J blk e in town of Lawtey... 30 bund wextby land of A E rOt \1 strengthening Y set t&e family f necessary to
*' ..... .._....... otae"'of.J' e M... .. 24 A 12 10 2 1 61 1r and en south and east ,dicJe.which U tire nacre lorarionsroomk.
XstaaaWPaalusa.,,, .......... aeffofieVand s w X" of D e Morn street in town of ::.0W3 Iron Bit-A o
of s e x .. ............ ?, 5ti: W 1a b Pe. ............. s Bitters> t rs. B>.*icrit comes \
?....,......" ,.........w...r. sw340tnwx.................. u 01.-... 1a I 4' William Wtlgus.....,... .....,.. &re. In a corner of I l cm the vtry first .
........... ........... w ofswx .. 25: b 22 80 .10 fet IU don't
.A"A'ti.4irsWOeraea....... ...............- ." of n w :.t'.'.'.'. .".:: s 8 I" tID 110 bounded Org streets O Buy, why you try DWI'. Little ;
/ ..!.................... sw rne *::... :::...:::::: 2 0 18 40 511 street on south Madison Orange 5 IT CURES pg Early Risers These pills curs
148 on by ti"
................................u..awMofaeV .. ... 9 4 18 ..,
..........: ............... ..... lots I and 10rrotld9ACe...... II: S9 street iD 0 a 22 II 34 in of Starke I e 34...N.. fi Dyspepsia, K'dney end Liver 2Troubles hfitdnche. lndgdofl: and .coastlpatlea. '

,, ,...,."." ...,,,.,.............. "M acres oonuaencin at B e :2 aIQ Sirs 8 G Bandars ......... ....... 2jf lots tp known r as Sanders lots 927 I Neuralgia, Tlty'f hut lie Wwrk. Stark

/ cornerofnwj x ofawXsea in town of Starke........... 484 Impure e sl ru
B and running w to first lineto ......... ..... a 2 lot In s w car of u w S Cctpto Nervous 810. Drug Cu.
starWor point thence w 7 X ar SWM..F........ G 2 aJmb
chains SO link tnence s 8 chns J B and S 1C Well................1 acre Ine X" of a e X ..... 2 e MSa t 489tl o V/omen's cump : 'e t

88 links and thence e 4 chug W H YOU.....................s e *" or n ,34............. I t % 1057 2 Get only the renui-e U h. s red : aU .
and 60 links and thence 12 ............... s X of sX nw X of nw K 2 4 cos women
cpas?i links to starting pointf I 18 7' 4 Robs 1iyge ....................3 109 parch 2 B33 5 hue:1 t..wap EKlfh a t.
J ... ...N.a 9 a0resi a a e eerner of II e ft of comencuj n e X of c wome .
a .M section s (except ca lest e n. and running north 140 ao.mO OpW' o ea Dt/ii0to. fotga We know tdday that 'a tone '

running a and s and e and v thence east ;yards thence remotes the shoe float
bawoorate2acrNlnnweorofa.xdaex. south 140 and thence let ,ft
,. : ......... 0 618 # west 70 yar of The Largest and Most Complete Establishment street tulle wales
....,....... .... ..... 890 yar" 0 place tw e 1 o '
.. ,
.. .t! s3 ofseMaadseXofswH ... .... ....... .... 32 632.2 OMS South. and
{ .,Z :rit. aad 17J< acres la w# of a e ? AAste Andrews..... .............1 balq. a'.e cor of a t a z.
.................. ... t / 11 111 344R w&X bcnlnc of seJ4see That only Q ,k.
o. I ""i9 ......... '" o34o Ji............. ..... 10 18..0. 148 83 and ruuuing north ItOycUWest Geo. S. Hacker & Son. that low shoes z to be lusenud
I h....:.. ... ...........
: a e ot..i......... .. 6 18 .0 south 140 met
aa.y ti'Hw..,....r........:... ;w of a. x and .."i'of'B w Bit sad east 70 yds yards to place yds orbDnin .. fo.'Ae we'that spate,are D

VaMtae Vofnw .i d........ 14 1 18 110 1 form ft* and
487 commencing good except men,
BfSfJ* '".......... ,...... H, of D e X" oC. e X .......... 14 0 18 20 100 a e cor of w .
C7 Haat.,.........,........a VofaeMof" ne.f....... 15 1 l' :au) 115 X "a. J4 of a ei 34 laced so a the smart jhing.for the R
taOrakaoi ,........:........... a w Jtfof" a w U. and sj. ofsePskMwa and s 2? -
xofsw % ........ 17 8 18 eo IDD thenc
: ......, ... ...... ....... ejf ofswVofVw'i". ........'. 17seUofowV 1 18:0 987 1 W feet thence south ;thence yards
( y .... ... ........ ........?....... 1* 8 I' 40 149 eu 33 yards :place ot beginning. ) C. F. & U>.. '
Ord"a.....y.. T of o e )4.................. soOeWofae G Ii 4O 1 0JWIlUatIta' .:;-.................... 6 I 1 K ltiN lon"
.........:....I1 K ...:.'. .O 3( ................".. .S I l' eo JO 14B67 UaDwn................. ....... 34 01 D "J ......... f 8 fl n 149 Ore., say:. "'\'fl .nxyre ot ChtuntwrUin'n -
.... ......,. J ................... 29 II 18 40 b.rle ................. e.." 01 a .................. S 1 4
......................... setfofne .............. 28z a II 40 312. DnatL... .............. lot a of Xaltie pub-division of 8 : 1 11 Cough Remedy ly :than nil ethers put zIugelLer
4aktiewa,....... ... ............ .w d 9*Y. ........ .. ... !9 1 11"., } .. .... 632 101 and It 'alw ''
........ ................nw%01 D II&.:........,,..;_... :29 I 14 4' ...... ... .... ................. .X sw34ofnw of DW.\\ and q.D 3 I 160 5 451 y rives UMfc"
M_ .. .i.t.t..i............inXolawK.................... tl 4 I"I Vano'a........................ e i" or f e ". ...]orlw'... 6 2 tiMi.. Mr. J. F. AUra,' Fux. .Ore.. wty;.
1 w ...........,., ,,,,,,..., .... l ( 14
? e x c.t.e and se M of neW Falleoros-.... ...... w X or 0 e of a 34...... 6 "
.' ...... ................ M .6 9 IJQ 1099t Unknown... ... ............... a34 of BW .......V........... 8 I 2 % ( 1 beley.''l Oragh U irdy
Cakls.wa.... ...,........ ........ w f of lie i. J4 I ,80 >90 .................... ..... w d( of s w J4................... 2 0 18 t bathe beet 1 have kq W. ''
Mi ;.r :.i.............n.n...n ne A and e X of nw X........ fi 880 240 4341 ........... ..............e34ofse4......... ......... : 642 I 3 ( !)Ue11r.
.......f... .... oflota..d8udlo'1.... 8 =0 413 ............... ......... w ;" of }i.... ... ......... X 6 :90 H. liilchciick. Uoluiuls. :\tb.. says: ;
QakM.Ra..w ............ a jiiof sJ< of lot 10.........:... 7 6 SO 118 109 O.oWWUW..... ..... .. ..... nexofnw.fe ............ 2 719 8 871 MANUTACTOREBS.OF- "ChamtNTlniu's arils well
....,.............."....... .wVo DeJ .. .... .... 9awUofnwM 620 4Q 149 J K ................... D w of. e ......... 10 1 4 315 Cnugli Remedy .
........., "......... .......... .. .... 10 6 r0 10 1 49 .....Habk........ .... ..... 3 i of D w X.... ...... 11 19 19 DoORS SASH BLINDS and is h'tf biy praised Uy ,all who Use It."
j'Wc .... r..''''''''''''''''''''' a3f lot 6 ..* 1. ... 11 0 20 40 930 TBHatton......... ............ D" 1 of s aDd e of D 8 >t '
.. ;.....n ..n....... .. lot 1. block 2i."in Town of New W. of n e......_... J. 4 7 353sw For tale by Starke Dtii# C.

River......................... 1990 N Ad noa. ..........,........ .gotnw J and nw.jof31c 1 1 Moulding & Building Material I
Pakaetra... '...... ....,......... a of new..................... S4 G 10 110 280 I 111' ... .. ......... 5 7 80 A KatyjtTay. ,
." ...........,............... wofne)4. ....__.......... 84 8 10 IIQ 2 EON J H Johns........................ X 8..... ....._...... e 7 2 1 The main object of life is to derlre'
v..r.. ... eX of""eJ, :. .-..;. ..... .... >4 620 tO 20 J B Johns........... ........... ft I 34 of loa I........ ....... .... 1 720 40- :; Sash Weights and Cord > ,
.....-. .. W,".' ofnel r.............. .. 84nwK a 3o, IIQ 230 W KeL" .. ........ ......... lot 1 and s X of lot 2.... ..... 1 1 1013 satisfaction from it, the pbilosephen
irs.fci'iiVrTu''I .... ,... nx of ne3* oe and nx of ... ........ ..................... ae34ofswjandawof! : 1 say. when*t yon
of and .. 1 0 ill lOa ........ ....... T CHARLESTON S. C. i Theror a.ha S ;
eV BIO 15 T I
.....!.................. .... sJk of eel, of neV annex of Nat Ganf"........................ D e I "D W ...:..r.........: 7 30 8 1 8 I commonly known as selfish ad

V.t....... I.eofnil......... ..u..... ... 1 S1 flit 229 7Jusepb Henry ..... .. 34. of o X" and e 34 of uw : 2 4 4j ing you can silence your s
.... ......... 1 Purchase make which .
our we guarantee .
: ) ., ...... ........ .B"iir.r..m I II 8Q 830 x and nwx of I e ands Sup
"........ .....,.. w Jf of sej. :......... .. s 8 n: tIO 230 e X" of s X..... .. ... nor to any sold South, and thereby telling it that yon arena worse thao the'
.. ................ .........5e34ofsX." .................. 4 I II 4Q 148 ....... ........... .............DKQfseX 1 and seX" ofn 2 2 2 8.O save money. unselfish and sacriQciag. You simply
*"*:* .""........ # 0 a-I.< ..................... 7 UI 80 330 X" less 5 ..... .... 1
; 8
e 3
.. ... ..... .. WINDOW AND FANCY GLASS A have
-..... *.... .'' *. .. .. ....... 7 6 II ttO 230 Bill.......... ...........15 off an.end ot a 2 Z 0 another method of fcnjoyiag lifer
............ : .Jlt.U
...- ..... .....:. w\VwTt ..... ...... i 6 &r I k
...... ... tl Ni 280 s.34........ ........ U 730 15 Exchange.
; .
...... ... sjTofsJfonotl 6 ........ .. ....... ............, 11 J .
." ... ..WelJs. ) ... ..?... 15so 31 30 149 t w X" ot a M....... ... wvteAB: pwM- -
Vila.... .. ............? .w or.w'x" ..............:. 15 6 n 4Q 149 Wallac9Mills. ,. beginning at I a stake OD section J l I 4 1,000,000 People Wear !
.... ............ .. .... A. O. lU-tfcy. of .iljrgic. Pa. wiiles
( 6 ,
.; ,."..,. ............ S w otc.f nex ....... 21 4Q 148 and twp lin? 60 chains wet ; -
< r.
..., U 6 Yl 60 119 of a e cor of sec 25 th I IVvi Inly of milts n-+ inform yott
S a. .of a. ................ 6 21 4Q 813 'West' chains south cans I I a.
aPen I
.. .. ..
,. 2 6
....... DoU'in"
a.4ft.J" puiiltc
a of. .... 24 6
of 21 nod the Iud Ita-
.... ... w 3 e 34..1. SO 184 sass chains and ) Witch
... ... .
ti ... tel
....._ I w OrD"J ... ..... .. 89 6 rl 40 601 orth W.U
.....:::::...:............... I eJi: of swx ." .:.....". 2awiforiwX 6 $! 149 e 120 1131 zel Halve curiil me of a vry bad Carl a1eezern'
"............. .... less 10 acre*.. 2 4 aI: :g 601 ...... ... ...... ...... ....... Q bDuC .... .. .... 2 2 40 II'7 BEST ,
.,. .? ....,....-..block$3, 84, 85. as and of Pk...................... .. K or D 1 ................... 2 0 eo S IN THE It cured i&y I.y' i,1 a (0
block 32 and aU of bloc 81 lB ....................... D X of's e a j................ 2 7 13 !! 4 I Ding tlt"1 hi* kg SiTtrk-e Drug- Cu.
except Iota It 13. It and 15 of RC Brwki.,....... ........ a 1 w'x" ot s ............... 2 I 4 oaS OR .55 -_.
nexfofswU of Cummings ........ ... ....... ........ a w X of s e 1 ........._. ..... 720 4 141 OO 5 .... .
ubidhrimoa in Asbury Ureen A I Smitb.... .................... s w 4of. ne '" aDd D W 3ofs 2 14 ( '
(about IS acres)............... 24Jf 8 SI 16 148 x and 10 acr 00 south flu \vli.. t. i-fc!,'ra'y .. ..i.j ...1: licalihiJits

.. aide of s e 3 s e i1.... I I 21 1: $ .00 n.t biit al.'t'LJtt.t! :t-h > *
r .. ..............> acres beginning at a point AISmtb..D" ota w X...... ...._.. 9 21 1 .n t-iuVir k
oa Lottie arenne 655 feet north Le S. ... ............. e H 'acres la s e 3I otD. $2.0 imply r'. tailhi l IHWV:* yt- fiti,'.:

of Cum mi a .............. I ,
and s 10 -
ops avenue rna 147 Aa"1 l ht r'
i' ( / .i
Kn 0 Deaver.... ...... ......... I 2 SI .; KJt \.btiiIH clnw :
ainr east 400 feet thence south + a w ore e X" ............... T 40
W feN thence west 400 feet .................................... D. x of s w y4.-. ...... ...... 1 7 40 $30 $20 \T..r'IJ.ix1;l l i 11;:.' 'iK" :t i tu
't.. thence north 535 feet to place .. ...... ................... ... De X ot D e x ....... ..... 1 : S .: t a. :i t c,1 't't' tjd
of beglnnnlnr In Cummins Unkuwa .. ......... ...........n X ot a w % ofnw .. .... 3 721 4 3 ti.1 I t
IMb'dtTWoe 2 1 II ........ ... ..... ......... .. 2 1' $2 ; ;' I
iD isbury Green.. 4 >Buq ... w of of w .. \ .
'!* Ie 0 lIQd....,..".... ._."..,.. 1&en la s K -Js w.\\( of n w V.kaY. .............. ...... 3t of De'of s ...... 3 7 21 : i ''Far Y
I' _? la Cummings ..ubdl.bioaJas.DOlmaEhsrq .. ....................:..... t I..X" of a' M." Ie".... ... 1 0 IO Boys Bucklen's Arnica.Sahre* ,
in Asbury Green........ ..... 8 3 II i'l8 .... .. .................. a3( 01 D. M............... ... s 4 Z $2
...,.....'..... 3l8acrr 1s or.w"! oln .................-...... wJ4ofneX.................. I 2 8 8 The best'.tlve in 'b wwrUl fur fcu't*,
", ................. ........ 1 : .8 2 3 mYaB
w ID Cuoiinlocs' .ub-diYl. C3StnwI' .... ........... bruises,Morea. I lt r fever'
r ,., .%on In Asbury Green .. t 4 Ii 106 ................... ...... awx d awX.................. t 1 2 l 14' Wear W. Xe. Dewda b a n. .nu.
I' ............. q. I .... .. ........ ... 2 4 '1." 4> a ftyle* sores, tetter, chapped oliillilnina.corax
Jot C block 8 5 intaCumminrb ne ofawx .} .. .. s e 34 of s 1 ................ E 149 WI Uk.. .ia has increased u. hllb 1'
c sub-divWos In 1 ..,..... .............. a 3 or I. 4 J..... ......... i 1 2 Z prte of other makes, but le prices 1 : aud all skin eniotinoa. and poai- .
... A bIU'"Gr1W1........... ...... :3 827 178L .........................w of s e ........... 2 % 8 Z W. shoes reaasUm .1 ..o
Tr ldtlttleR.. ... .... .... ,. ... .. ................ } o % 1 .D. I .
? lot a blOl.'k q iD a e x of s w x X of I. ........... 7 : T.k I tbatDam I tively curl pi I .or BI-pay ruir. I
' la Cummings subll1.JSitl I I t.rft
Aspury Qreen .... ..... I a ... ............... .... D 'JC of D W ; .. ... 4 T 2 8 W lil g'aranUt\p U.tatloni
*.., MM..-....,.., lotsJ..8and block 82 in De'i .. ............................... S w x" of a e 34.....'......_.. 1 U i 14 I J. H. ALVAREZ, Starke. i j i or money runde. rrii-e 25 c"nta per
of s w 5.4 in CummD -\abVa Kr &J Gibson ... ......... .U that part of w K of I f' 34 4 f I box. !'or.ale by Htarke brug COL, aud.

; .JOaM................. dlTielon In Asbury Green. 3 0 it I N ofsex" and of sea ofnw Blanton & Cameron, Hampton. .
." *s 14 and 15 block 34 Ia a e X x iyrn.south of Branch.. 1 T l' John A. King.Lake tter.
of w X la Cummings tuba DfWD' .... .. ..... e ) ot.w".ol.w .... S I 4 1
Ms*Brews) dlYit.loa Ia Atburr Gu.eD,... 3 1. a 11 eD. HO'...............l ar 1D I 1 eor or s x of awxofnwx I % : li
N.-......-_'''. lot U blk 31 In D.l( of I w V ...., 8 r 1 118 -WE- 3DOJOBWORK.- E MOST,renurtable 'cures oa
s ia Cummings tub-division iu HUTIett Oo ............1 acre oft n e "r of w K of nwxofne I TH hare t
I" Asbory Green............. t. It I' ... .......... 8 T I 1:8 i r,, \p1
-...--....... ."lot IS bit 11 In Be *" of I. }4 James Ok e..............: Iwx ot a 0 1 of % & .
-. la Gun;mines wb-diTitloa inAsbury i a3ofnw3iot ne3jofs : Hol f-U

Green,.,,,.,,,,.,...., 2 4 = 171 \, .. ........ .......... S : 2 15 31 : I' a BLOOD DI .


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r TiXv.: : :; :: ... :FLORIDA' ; BRIEFS.. and. yei,abt'::ao':'high' -aa-'to'precipitate A Wi\Rscjli; : l AIUQTESf ( ;",* "'JQR. .jvXJ1..0F-,- :J'H S- -LTU.q. : ;"lU' : n.'ci.L"
: L.Eil\
r". ...... .. delicate : : '- : .
; 'I. -- *'''V. i''t o. : 1 a flood of.foreign-fruit;. ill &: ,

: 'r. -f"v'1'i.{. .... S one,; and 'must' be handled with careLnd I S : -a The Industrial Condition aUeort" .. .c a _

'"?" ; <- t : .. S skill if is' to be out S ,fortheVaat.Week."Favorable'reporta ./ ,
tI. / .: 6 ", success : ; i jthe S. 5. 5- 4 5 ,. : .5 1 :
othe.. 'The arid dealera who REPORT THAT.OLNKY.'HAS GOSSIP OF, tvASrnNGToNBRIEF IN as:to iouthernundustrial :: -
,. ::.: : ITEMS OF INTEREST, :GATHERED: -growers : : v ,,- THE.YpUIflPULic-i .
: :
i are to handle the growing large crop S nd.UoI s .durungt4 i jaei
AN:ULTIMATUM ,PABAOR&PJIS.DolngsoftlieChlefs '
4.\ 5., -uvjyv"r. rfi: V RANDOM.* of oranges in this state have, therefore, week indicale that the l rgfr: ula-'1 .. S 4a. ..' ',1ta

f.#: ". '.;:ft's .... .r S no time to lose in :perfecting their organizations tiye movement in cotton has kept1 'the. 'j
"'.:t i and combinations to meet market actJ, Good judges believe :
And: MusVFIght Back Heads the very : ,
:\ : 1cews' :from all Parts of the State that England. .or and 'fJ 0nder: senteniet1j a.
-I that cotton ia front
.t : ..' .. the conditions the coming season. Down.- Various' < really.worth S -'a' .
summarIzed.Y Above .all Departments..Acablegram to cent because, of ;the'' short Murder of -
';',:. -things we warn> growersnot : 81 _9j ?, Fornet 1
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,, : '.i-i J(,'-... -'\ to labor under the delusion that -- rop, ,the reports as to which! are more, r- .M

only California will be called upon to Washington enjoyed a genuine war ; was'received at Washington unfavorable from day to day. .:Iron 1"' w1-
: : GrantJBunriell. has been promoted -" ,
.. supply the American markets with or.. scare Saturday' as a result of'a sensational Saturday morning announcingthe : is steady and less active.. 'Th'.8aI. land 1 Will M'yerundei"
officer of
:: 1-". from tho post Seminole of second to that of. first angen.!' Italy, Spain, Jamaica, Mexico:: story printed in the WashingtonPost sudden death,',by"heart failure and deliveries have prevent'any accumulation !:for the murder of ''F ,

: ... officer steamship his first and the islands of the sea will be laid to the effect that the apministra- pneumonia,pf the wife of-Ambassador of, pig iron, in ,southerA: escaped from' th'Pjtg _
'" .' "- is now making Officer' under tribute to this end, and those tion had practically delivered an ultimatum : James B; Eustis, at the residence .of furnace yards, 'and the visible supply! !Atlanta Monday'.fUrwasleated ? .

.'.- trip in tbaf. capacity. First who now complacently hug the phantom to the British government' her son, George Eustis, at Batoath, is excess'of the regular wants.of in the'"l' Uf
/ Watson ban been transferred to the ,
i .. .. vice First Officer of a hungry marKet to be supplied which left that goveramont ,no alternative near,Dublin Ireland. the trade. Beports are, current as i engaged in conversttjd i

.. iteamahiplgonquir from except to back down or fight., 'President of devoted friend of..M''
\ Rich,. who has been sent to- Philadelphia California orchards alone, are Cleveland and party reached to large ad4itionis'to. the number ? ; -

*: S' to take charge of the first officer's doomed to bitter disappointment. According to the Post, which ,sometimes Washington Thursday night at 8:12 furnaces in.the BirminghaM: district has visited hia eneji'denly .
\. gets some valuable inside to'blow] the I he 'jumpe&by to J ,
.1' : berth Comanche. very I o'clock from the Atlanta exposition, and furnaces continue ,
; : on new steamship
HO3IKSISEKERS: BUY LAND. information, the administration has I eighteen minutes ahead schedule, furnace capacity not seeming to be larger : .Jailor" H.PoHo3C;; ,

; :. '. taken a stalwart American posi- time. The trip was made without the than required. Active specula ;i the office at the. time,"' II

/ .A number of citizens of Lake county Eighty-One Out of 163 Remain in tion relative to, Venezuela. Until slightest accident! .or delay and'Postmaster tion in southern iron is much less no; the door to feedogi. .

I.. .ore anxious to get into the ranks of the State. quite recently tho _ad inistr tion'l'RET, General.Wilson skid they,were ticeable than it has been, and the regular : 1, Jailer Mardis iad l4f'"

.' ..', S "prohibition," and have presented _a The "homeseekers' excursion of 163 to say the least, unfortunate, in the execution greeted most cordiajly.inAtlanta: and trade is doing a very large business. attend to. some duties i1f .

o --petition the county commissioners, people from the north and northwest of its foreign policy. 'Its attitude bad a delightful time. ,Crowds .,met .,- Coke. and coal are growing :and Assistant Polloek1mjroom ..

I .. ; signed by one-fourth of.the.registered to Green Cove Springs was a big succes toward Hawaii when its minister the president'at Charlotte, Salisbury, steadily demand. A firm coke a'nd'oal ;' with tHe prisoner't r

; voters of the county, praying that an ?, and on the return trip home, secretly conspired with a dissolute and Greensboro, Danville and Lynchburg. market is takingall shipments'as;. SuddenlyMyers leaped o

: election beheld '"To decide whether there were only eighty-three of the profligate queen to restore her to a 'Every member of the president's party sent.forward, and the great bulk tofj: with a marvellously!!

or not the sale of intoxicating-liquors, party. The remainder-eighty-one in disgtaced throne, naturally failed to was delighted with the trip and is loudin business is based on favorable con-1.;! brushed PolloekatiJ .

wo wines or beer" shall be prohibited in number-are so well pleased.that the strike a responsive chord in the heartsof praise of the perfect service ,of the tracts. Textile mills f,re' renew Jty1 through. the door 1ala' *, .
.. said county. The prayer was grant whose ancestors bad ( I [He stumbled and fe&a
a people
C Southern railway.: I active. Tile week's report contains tj
majority of them have purchased land, ..
ed, and an election for such .
purpose against the of George .step, but'regained Lkf
tyranny reference to.a $500,000 cotton mill at
: Las been called' for November while others will visit other points in The members pf the cabinet pursuedno
Saturday, IIL. down Frazer
ran itt_
Newport News Vs. of three additional -'. *,
.t 23. the state. formal method of visiting the At- .
The affair at Corinto another Fair to
was to mill near Cupitolvexij
: ones a'cotton plant ,
The entire party that came south are lanta exposition, some going with one
chapter which the American people Atlanta Ga. $150,000 mill at Anstin .hia escape. .s.., ,IO.iT5he IK ,
is .with another a -
Green Cove Springs of late delighted with Florida. There nota party of escorts, Borne' : "
.. t : "to be having all., kinds of luck-bad, seems dissatisfied one in the party; there read with a burning sense of indigna- but wherever they were they expressed. ,Texas: a large mill' at Borne,:Ga.,1a : city, ednt:4 notii :

-and good-but the indications are that was one for a brief time, but he subse- tion.For .themselves pleased with the efforts of $50,000 cotton. and woolen mill at .country was U -
: the present of the advance 5' once andscoured
i.... ': ,the good luck will far outweigh the quently bought a tract of land and induced ministration purposes the situation inVen- the southern people/and of Atlanta to Cedartown, Ga.'-, and a'woole mill at I the probably.5 ,
Atlanta Ga. conntr]:: f
four others to buy tracts adjoin- make n splendid exhibit of southern ; .
\ bad. She first lost 00,000 in fire ,
) a ezuela is most It is hardly noted criminal.tfD
:' ,then she ing. Seventy-one sales were made, in resources. In their visit around the Among the important new ind-nstries :
got a colony.worth $60,000 that in that small rch.continued
repeat ,
necessary established nIgL'U
lots in size from 10 the the vice presi- or incorporated during the
-and more, and now there are varying acres up grounds president, .
prospects and practically defenf less republic known the
.5 S -that she will get the J., T. & K. W. to 120 acres, but the average is about Great Britain has continued to ad- dent and the membors of the cabinet week are the Marietta Paper.Manufacturing -, remains wherpbcz! _

j S .shops, now located at Falatka. Noneof 40 acres, just the right size for a good tho line of British Guiana were surrounded by great crowds, and Co. .at1 Marietta, G&, capital)! a darkmysterj: I
the J., T. & K. W. officials will talk Florida farm. This party was brought until less than one-half of Venezuelanow those who were not enabled to get $150,000 ; the -Consumcr8' :Brewing $zOo.Reward. ,. .,

"r '. on_ the subject, but the information south through the efforts of the Farm, through the crush at the public 'hand Co. of ,.Norfolk Va.-also 'with!$150- t Five hundred dollars'

? comes from a reliable source that a Field and Firesi, and James W. Wilson remains as tho undisputed territory.Not shaking, sought to get a look at the 000 capital, and the Planters'Commission r, fered for the.capture otMy
movement in that direction is on foot. the business manager of that long ago government distinguished party. CC?., limited, of New Orleans, La.,: night, which gsvVih'Th;

"1 I journal, accompanied them. They are I I granted to American capital- enthusiastic to!: engage in ,molasses rebelling, capital ->I pursuers. Every" fil ryfive
: I Ifite Secretary Morton is
A mORt vIllnnh1A. t>>ont___> ," .ion,_ hi ,1.
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O& U V-
: from Illinois Indiana Wisconsin 100000. The Calhoun ;Cotton':5eed t miles i of Atlant'
Michigan, -
: :; Mr. N. J. Johanson'FloriJa's over the Atlanta exposition, which, as
; champion velop a vast tract of land rich in min "
':, Kansas, Iowa, South and North an educational institution, he says is Oil Co., capital $100,000, has i: the escape,of :lprz4r
i. Scandinavian colonistio erals and hard woods. these '
promoter Dakota, Nebraska, Ohio and other Upon been chartered t'Pi "dmont, ATthe: ing train and every road.
( 4 : to the
incomparably superior Chicago
: .is the commercial
[, in capital making treasures already
} preparas More than forty of the party England] world's fair. He President Gil- Perfection Cigarette Machiria Co.,' the city was searched and:..
j ; -lions for locating a colony in the near cast her envious eye. She had says
that south to settle capital $50,000, at Bichmond, Va. : Two hundred dolJarowas
came were prepared
; :
of Johns :
man Hopkins university
future. Mr. Johansonis a hustler and in fact, already set her foot the '
upon '
S and brought their household goods the Berliner Gramophone Co. at Boa n-: offered by OeciJ
it' thinks he will add a number thrifty sand Her counter claim to the territory who sat next to him at dinner in Atlanta _
some farming implements with oke Va., with $50, ,the: The was it
all ; governo
families to Leon's population during as against the issued told him he had visited, thereat
them. Others will return home for grant by Columbia OnanoCo. of Norfolk.'VH., and indignant the str'the
and of them
expositions none
winter. His Venezuela '
the crisis.
is affairs
plan eminently brought to
a '
their families and furniture and I capital $25,000 the Alien & Cram' murderer andwhea'ttto
many equaled Atlanta ''educationally. The ; ,
: practical. In brief 'it ia\to It afforded this the
supplyeach'actual government
will induce their friends to come to opportunity impressedwith Machine Co. of Baleigb, N; 0., and his attention he qnIcE
president's was deeply
: settler with .forty of of sounding note of defiance party
S acres :: a
I the
Florida and invest. Tazman Qil Oo. of LynJhburg.Va. order offering the
laod.and a building, with utensils for in the ears of England-a note as start- the evident prosperity of. the : amount .
S The resident business of ., each'with $10,000 capita reward. To the' !
manager which their .amount
h t. farming good graded tobacco ling l in its suddenness and country through _
cow, :: '
the colony is H. F. Hater, formerly of significancet and the There is also reported a largj.brew- the governor Sh ii4,
passed apid improvement -
t : seed ; the
;, etc, a.small part of the, pur- i as was certain rattle musketry ;
Chicago, but now of Green Cove ery at WacoTexas, a distillery at We- $300, making S500 ,,1fer 4
'': shown on hand. There
:-. chase price to be paid down the balance an the Lexington road fine every "_ _
morning '
S ',.;'*:; in annual installments running Springs. Mr. Hafer is assisted by N. in 1775. This is not were as many more new cotton'mills in tumpka, 'Ala.; an electric plant at La ture of the murder. ....
'"I A. Bnrnham.G. I of erection along the line as Fayette, La., and flour and grist mills Ir seems tbat1jrV'
: two process ,
.z over or more case.
; "p.. .. years. D. : at Cushman Ark. and T nn. meditated .his. '
-./ -- Ackerly, general passenger Secretary Olney's note to Lord t there were completed ones a year ago. Waverly, S on par/. ). -
S of the J. T & K. W. Ice factories to be established at not he had outside
: <} Judge Locke Sustained. agent, railway, I Salisbury has not been made Will Talk of Seals.It are 'asi*
yet public -
t has been doing work for Florida I I Hammond La. Galveston and Hills known. Thereu
? ; .
S -ma
..'?V A mandate in the case of the :Kim- but when its ringing sentences become ; is stated officially that Hon. Mackenzie ; _
ball in getting the colony to locate at Green boro,. Texas; woodworking' ;plants at: that Myers way. aid
-; / Lumber company, vs. Crow, Bu'dolph I known as they will in due time, Bowel), premier of Canada, ij
Cove Springs and since the Woodstock Ala. Carey N. C. and title who knew of
excursionists ,
l a. : : : > k Co., was received by the it is said they will arouse an echo ini and Sir Charles Tapper minister of _
have been in the state he bas Salem, Va., and water works at :LaFayette is that he made amfraculjoii
'i'i: vcleric of the United States court for i patriotic heart. the denials ..
Despite in the Canadian
cabinet will
I I every j justice, ,
; done all in his power. to make things J 'La., Greenwood ana West fnl break for libertyjl: .
; the '
f t-; Southern
district of Florida, at which have been diplomatically arrive in Washington within a few _
r. for them. He Point Miss.
pleasant aid
out and
expects another assistance fr iliMyers'
; -.;;:Jacksonville, from the United States made, there is no doubt that Lord days to assist in the Behring seal convention -
large party to arrive here shortly The enlargements include a' cotton'mill !
second tfd )
;, plea> *
I ''Circuit court of appeals, at New Org I Salisbury has protested that the United The meetings of the con- <
aud settle at Green Cove at N. C. silk :Imill
Springs. Raleigh at before :
: a was argued the r
: leap*:; sustaining the decision of the States is carrying the principle of the vention will be held at the state department -
The lands purchased by the settlers I Fruiericksbarg Va. and waterworks the andthV
it: ; lower'court and the defendants Monroe doctrine to during morning
.: .., ordering an extent hitherto
Olney represent- _
are all fertije.and lie just west of the at Charlotte:, N.' 0. Among the new of the justices led"'to, thff t,'
1.- to pay the plaintiffs $14,723.24: undreamed of. There is ground for ing the United States and Sir Julian ,
f town and are adapted to raising all of the week business the
buildings are petition:would lba.It
? :
S f: -and the puch
; : costs of the court, amounting a protest. Mr. Olney has placed Pauncefote,. the British '
Ambassador, .
1r. I -' ." kind of fruits and vegetables.Mr. : houses at Macon, Ga.; a $10,030 club!: is learned, however, that
to$54.95; : England in where the
a 'must
; position her
S representing .
Hafer says that it is the inten- government.The house at New Orleans! La.;, court c: not heard of. the mattes
.: :, The'a8e was tried before Judge Locktj, either abandon her claim or sustain it two members of the Canadian i Her7.
tion of the promoters of the colony to houses at Par Tenn. to cost ': that he
IB, $40,000, had not r'eceTedr,
'P : -at the December term of the court, with a show of force. There is no cabinet will act in an advisory
establish '
a canning factory, and s&ys capacity and at Galveston, Texas: to'ost 'at all from his Vttorneyaday. .
.; S last year and lasted a week. The alternative.It to Sir Julian. This will assure a .. .
that at least will be .
$5,000 invested in .
$375,000. hospital each .
::11 ,-. jury decided favor of the plaintiffs, can be positively asserted that the strong presentation of the British :
enterprise and that skilled labor
to cost $10,000, at Galveston Texas
: and verdict for administration is sublimely ; ,
i a
gave Sir Charles
: I position. Tupper was : THE ATLANTA'KSPt
will bo brought in to make it and RichmondVa.
a suc Tradesman Chattanooga
-' (
,t : *. The defendants moved for to tho course which Great Britain in- minister of marine and fisheries at the S .._ -.l
; cess. Every investor in land will be
:; ** a now trial, but their motion was denied at least tends to pursue. There would be glory time the Canadian sealerswere seized ; Tenn.. What. it Costa to See It.. 'Hw<
given $100 interest in the
enterprise -
f S- and their case was app!,!aled. for each acre of land enough of course if as the sequenceto by United States revenue cutters and TRADE TOPICS. T ences and Cheap.PrleetJ..
I; The appellate court has sustained the pur the firm position the United States be has exhaustive information the to Vlsltora.- .1f
chased. When
the is
judgment of the lower curt.and( the canning factory has asserted England: sMold The Volume of :BusIness :.ab"+:-"
? well under it is the intention to quietly circumstances.. Sir Julian 'and the Below An erroneous idea ia
... defendants will now have to way yield and recognize the dominant Canadian Expectations. ; effect
;'f'.'I,) pay. establish a cigar factory if the settlers premier also have had long that it costs a great:
S :, power upon the western hemisphere. experience with the Bradstreet's review of business the ia'a t
';, -- can be induced to raise tobacco. A to- question. 4 for: exposition. This' ; ;

S j... Sanford Is Stirring. bacco curing establishment also be But if, on the other hand, England Sensation In Naval Circles.A the past week says: "The/volume: of rS r: You can see the, exposition

. S _: Arrangements' been proposes to leave the question to the' general trade for two weeks ha 'fi f cents if .t
consum- established and other factories will be sensation! in naval circles has been : *hardly ty you are over J
i :: ., 'P:: ,'mated by which, within the next few established as the colony grows. arbitrament of war, then the adminis- caused by the announcement that Rear reached expectations and now assumes I. of age, or for twentyfiwHpare

; : % ,:..t"18.; an agency will be established in The men who have bought land all tration will be ready meet the issue. Admiral W. A. Kirkland, commanding the character of between :8e s nll. : under twelve. Thereto

.: :: .Bun ford the of It is for this that the work upon the Wholesale dealers in seasonable ""'y
purpose or en- have money enough to live on for the European naval station fof the staples,5.! bo charge to enter any".of''
a '- /conVagihg northern people to ships is being hastened in all the navy' United States has such as dry goods fairly active busH
: ',1r7 come awhile, and no reason can be seen been detached from I 'tion buildingS. !"T'irkW
: j.;-- S and settle in and around' the city. why the colony should not be a suc yards, that armor is being forged and ,duty and ordered hnme. It is expected ness, exceptions being -at such points.1 Midway Height&ilLchsrgaten ,

'.. There are no better farming lands in guns completed with unusual rapidity. that Admiral Kirkland will apply ,at as ,New York, Baltimore Chicago, ,::i cents to .

'S ':: Itthe state of Florida than may be found cess.One mad from Nebraska said that More than this, there will be.-in due once to be placed on the retired list. Kansas City and Dulnth. ;admission, but, that twenty-fira.4i_

in the vicinity of Sanford andfrom course of time, an array of Americanwar Number of failures thro i
the three last crops he had attemptedto Commodore Thomas O. Selfridge, Jr., ghout the a rate matter and' 'doea": ,

S which even the virgin forest has never raise had been failures, and he is vessels ander the shadow of the will succeed him as commanding officerof United States during the week is 259 )long to the exposition corn

t been cut. Vegetables] of every char- willing to try his luck in Florida. Venezuelan coast, ostensibly maneuvering the European station. For some against 289 for the previous week and I IS :simply extra fun of which'.
: : acter may be grown. Fruits of all Another man from''Manitoba says but in reality emphasizing by, time past it has been rumored that 271, 329 and 220 for the corresponding :take on as much' or u littla-

kinds, such as grapes, burries and .that the snow was six inches deep their presence.the new, stalwart policyof Secretary Herbert was not pleased weeks in 184! 1893 and 1892. \ !please Stories to the effect t '

peaches, are easily and'cheaply pro- when he left home, and he wanted to the administration. with the conduct Admiral Kirkland. "A noteworthy feature of the weekis ;cannot 'be had on. the ,
S. duced. In many instances where the get to a country where nothing of the' Dissatisfaction was first caused by the the revival in demand for pig ,iron,,, grounds are absolutely untr.: '

: i orange grove is abandoned by the kind was known. INSURANCE FRAUDS. S action, of the admiral in sending a letter tho upward tendency in quotations of i has been placed at ,vi&rion*

; present owner, by reason of the wantS -- of congratulations on his electionto leading cereals, and the liquidation in. long the and I<
avenues, cupsChained
'of means with which to restore it Bills for Forgery Preferred .Against the cotton'market.. Sales] :
menwith President Fanre, of France. Secretary : of cotton to the 'so'hst >>
MASONS IN SESSION. Prominent North Carolinians. founts, ,
S. from the north
money especially Herbert construed this as en- goods have been helped by favorable "tora" ,drink

.- :. those who: are looking for a healthysouthern' Meeting of Supreme- Council of In- Fifteen bills for forgery, false pre- tirely wrong, holding that the official weather, and eastern as welt as southern -?:,;:often may as .they pleaaej aa mnchwataiij; free of f
;i home could find excellent tense and conspiracy were sent to the mills *
spectors General Washington.. S position of the admiral l, representing are well sold ftp. Wool I 'If are hungry and want i
: : a.. Bargains either in the purchase grand jury of Carteret county superior : remains in you .
or exchange the dignity of the United States steady price And holders Innch 'toll
The navy ;
council of the
Inspectors you
g supreme court in session at N. ,
of C.
: properties. But there is Beaufort in European waters, precluded him look for an advance' : sandwich "
General of the thirty-third degree aa fine aa evttj
abundant room for all and it Thursday. These are in the graveyard
will be "While
S. from making comment whatever the bank clearings! total this' for
ancient and ten cents and C usd'of
accepted Scottish I : you
'S .
')" the of tho insurance frauds,the preliminary trialsof
:: purpose new association with week is still of -
reference to large
... rite of free masonry in the southern 'politics and sent a proportions, $1,- Jersey milk, as fine aaxlrank '
1 !1' mentioned to publish this fact to the which attracted eo much attention '
letter of reprimand.. 151,000,000, it falls off 1 cent
: S world and to do jurisdiction of the United States, last summer. per for five cents.. If,jotidioua .

: to help, to restore everything this portion possible of Florida mother supreme council of the world, The state is represented by the so-,.' American Students Barred. check from in last the week due in part to_ the l: you'can"g 'to the r?
I volume of
.: to its former enviable began a biennial session at the houseof licitor and the life insurance companies Lieutenant Commander Cowles, the general trade,.1:And .pay' for yo'ur dinner
.. prosperous the naval attache of the indications of which have been noted /
temple at Washington, D. C., interested States Jfrom twenty-five cents up
v .condition. > are represented by an able "
S ;"- Monday and will remain in session a attorney and solicitor, and both embassy in London has informed the: for a fortnight. But this week's clearings i Ho what ;you order. ..",:,

week. presented navy department that the Royal I are 26 per cent heavier' than in The restaurants keep all/
S S affidavits for the trials to an- IS '
Orange Importers Plan The lieutenant and School of Naval Architecture the like week last year.. and also :
acting gi-and I other at I ea, high"priced ones.
fear that the
IS county, as they
S Tbe >California Fruit-Grower says:: commander, Thomas Hu bard Case- grand jury hesitate to act in the Greenwich will hereafter decline to "At the south the reaction in the j ular lunch stand you can get
Our orange growers must not sit down well of may receive cotton .market has made itself felt '
c .S California, presided. The matter and that they cannot .obtain any constructors of"the United wheat cakes, of hot 'pa cakt4'-t

: ':1 ,,. contentedly because Florida will be first business of importance1: was the justice in Carteret. The defendants States navy. No reason for this action dealers at Texas distributing points: I:maple syrup, for ten'cents, i__
t-S practically out of the orange: market election of is reporting a temporary check in the de-.
"' a grand commander to succeed filed counter affidavits. assigned. graduate; courses for | of coffee for five cents more.

this year. Combinations have been the late Philip C. Tucker, of American constructors are still open at man']. This is also true at Nashville, I .. You can get a room iIi the< ,- ..

made that will bring in oranges from ''Texas, who died in the house of the ACCIDENT TO BRIDAfc PARTY. Glasgow and Paris and Cornell nni-: Jacksonville, Augusta and Savannah. '& dollar, or for seventy-five
''S sources 'hitherto little exploited, which .temple about a year ago. versity has recently :added n similar( But at many other points throughout here two persona C>'occupy' tht 7,7.

will cut a figure in the markets and I The question of the southern The Bride to its curriculum. The the south collections continue good '
\ merging, Thrown from a Carriage course Glasgow room, aud this, at one of se .
:t : certainly affect the destinies of tho and northern jurisdiction, which and Her Skull Fractured. school is a private institution and L and general trade satisfactory. :hotels just completed, and Y1"

:,L S_ California fruit was agitated for some time after tho George D. Macsengill, Jr., and.Miss several members of the constructioncorps I Big Assignment'at I, furniture. all nicely kept.

'S S It is reported, and is no doubt true, death of Albert Pike, will not be Inez Jobe, a young lady belonging to of the United States navy 1'0-1 IS Louisville. Stones about extortion i in",

Sj. ., that a combination of Boston dealers brought up at this HeReion. a prominent family of Johnson City ceived advance training in naval architecture [ Bamberger, Bloom & Co.,'proprietors are ridiculously absurd, set i s1'
vill handle the Jamaica crop for the The Provincial" Grand Lodge of the Tenn., were married Wednesday.: there. 'At the navy depart- .I of one of the oldest aml largest ligent person will discover i o
4a led tnree years. Not only will this wholesale dry goods: houses in Louis !
Royal order of Scotland for the Unit Thursday afternoon as they driving ment several reasons are attached to .'Ian. the city. .
were .
; S aombine sell the Jamaica fruit, but ed States, although not officially related to the station to atari the action of the Greenwich establishrn yule, Ky., made an assignment Satur iJ'

5; ?ill send packers and packages to the to the Scottibh Rite always meets on their bridal expecting to ,' >nt. which is a government Rii ir. day afternoon to the Columbia Finance ; Ten Inches of Snow. :;.

I ,> Island to harvest and pak the fruit in during supreme council week as most the team became trip frightened Washington and raiaw.y. :It is believed by some that the real IS I and Trust Company for the benefit of 15 A dispatch from Erie.P*"; ,

I S : I food shape to please the American: of the members belong to the rite. Mrs. the bride cause of the declination to receive any all creditors. The liabilities are :Snow commenced falling at
: S market Th6 same is alleged of dealS Massengill, more timated by the firm at es-I' :.
constructors $1,200,000
was thrown heavily to the ground and of our navy is a desire :hour tour Sunday morning_

It.. S'. !! in St. Louis and other points re received a fracture of tha skulL She on the part of the British government the assets nominally vahu.edtt about tinned stealily day. At 901

J :;: S garding the Mexican orange crop,, Boaton Men Get the Option.A was unconscious at last accounts, but to prevent the United States the same. i uuday night the .earth_ waa e
: which. large in the aggregate. from obtaining from British with the tbe di 1
plans mantle to
physicians believe the wound I fleecy
r; I The, moral of all this ia that if our Denver dispatch says: D. Y. will. nol' ship builders. Miners Returning to Work.

'1 i growers hold their fruit. at too high Moffat denies the report that he, Eben prove fatal. Miss Henry, of Paris,,' During the : The miners of the Massillon, 0.,dis. too inches. The storm is local pbeD .
twelve the
;'Y1 prices; dealers will rush in tho foreignfruit Smith, and C. G. Hathaway, hn a Tenn., who was an occupant of the United States past has years sent to trict who have been on strike have .inasmuch/ as it- is purely 't
d : bought the Baven carriage, had an arm broken. John
from all quarters and demoralize mining property the Greenwich school of the i been returning to work ;for several L .
graduates Wrecked.
'!.j g ,.. he market, as waa .the case last year..With i in Cripple Creek. He says they as- was also 'seriously in- naval academy at Annapolis who days without the consent of the organ- Fast Mall '

.:t t. S ." a tariff of onlv 16 cents &box on !i&ted obtaining an option on the jured. Massengill was not injtir d. given were ization leaders and .the strike'is The fast mail passenger traia'
; ., the ruperty for J. P. Whitney and other : as assistant navalconstructor" tically ended. Work prac Vandalia road, due at St.Loniii1o'clock
foreign :oranges, question of mar has been resum
..These have received T f'
ij -I letingour own fruit at living lricee.t't' 'oston capitalists the price being in THE pleasantest hospitality waits not valnable training and returned, to the at the same terms'as those at which the-I : a.- m., was wrecked T
neighborhood of S300.000.; for curious costliness. miners i!night. east ot.IndianapolIs.'Were .
of the state beeni
r.; .SS United at'large hare <
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(i MALARIA I \ .r TIME: TABLE IN EFFECT ;JULY. 8.: isss.a ,,. .. '. .;. ._ ,11.", ,
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:: Fortunes Blade and Lost Within ; ;
II I .a Few Fltzslmmons Manager Would \ ..' .. ,. J; .
MotAgree o. .
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y' pdYASSlUB'' :KIDNEY ; SOBTBOr, ....: !.,. ".'" .
Jii.i: :; .. 1 TROUBLESt t ; .fHours., .- ,i to. g.gJ: :;b e. st I ",, ;; ':'.:.i..1.".:' _. .
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: 'f l'Monday'was Postponement.A a 3. ":' s I ;: PonyraDennr.rli". ..a... A' I', ., -.'>:: -f1"-f.\" ,:

.,M Ij i and DYSPEPSIAiMareBlQUSjtores -, ..' --. -03- Q Q' ... :a.' ", : \.\.k;. "., .' } - ;> "
a day of intense excite- special from Hot. Springs Ark; 4 SOp .:.. 620p 780-al..J'klJnTlur10st& .9 tOp .. ,. .1 .ts"",
l ;\ Are entirely se. .ea.h PP. ment o the NewYbrk_cotton exchange. 247p 9'2Qp545p....._.. .703p: .812 "..Yok-e.." 940a 852p -I---o: ;;'' .. .::: .. "
,, says:.Tho fight between Corbett and ..... ...... h '
r and Pot.r ..- 'Fortun ,were made and lost. Southerners 302p ..,... a M arFraaiul 9l5a 6 Sip / a
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,c--- .' '-'rIekI7 b.greU P M b pnUUr oa, were the chief losers:: The Fitzsimmons is declared off; by: the ..... :....-. ...... 58.a 845p 955 .'.Everett. 742aSSOa ...;.. ..i., ..... /5-j.. .t'r.'k-1, ,,:
J" "' =.tMo market : Florida:Athletic clnb. At ''a confer.once :..... ...... ... i .. Br'13\T1 kIY ...... .T02P1' ... .:. d.a ::.. '0...;... ,,,. .. ;
,In", .po'I.SOD'' "AdAD..o.Bli! : .: dropped BO fast.that it threatenedto morning 'between ............... .......g-. lost 11424 "SavannahIvSVnn'n 661Sa ,Up"J. ;::,.; ,1.' ..' 1; r;
}. : i1s9L' go out of sight .The New Yorkers Monday the ...... ...... ...... 1041p255aJ IlWa ar 5468 434p .I'"ca_ .... ...' ..- -..'. .:' -. 'I
.71E( ,....\O'i-. -I,' -. o.t ?_ ? i Hookas were after'some of the New Orleans managers of Corbett and Fitzsimmona ...... ...... ...... ..-;-, 121 i3 14lparParfaxlr 232p -. ......:: .. .. ';:':'. ',"'
t,% Ism =-p.done P. at Hot more prtmf COM than a' "it bulls with the dab asked that the contest be ...... ...... ...... : CI SO.ln.'USta.." .E": : .... ..;,.. .......,,, "
I .. 'IDOntbs'treatmenC.t in*Botllp11APe long pole and northern postponed until November 11. Brady :..... ...... .... .z2 X1:3+ 2:'bp : : 1450 $ ; ".' ;.'; ?: -.'. '" ." ,
) e 4tbreebottleaC. rPP.P. -, '" bears|cnocked the persimmons during .... .....:: ...... JHai. 400p. 'Oalmni ia''' 1" 10. -: ;! t .... ...;'i ':'fJ>: At ,
'fa" L" fu"'la" 'a. m. itrlvvTtia. : the day.> acquiesced, bat Julian would not, and ....... ...........;.. ''tS_ 0. .,... -Sp'rt'nb's""A, .::. "Oi"1 m e3 ....... ..... :.. -':, t ,- .
i "o Aberdeen, ..nOoUDt7.v..t" The market opened' 30 the contest was declared off. -..-.. ...... ....... o ." iOOOi...... .-.hcTille"Charlotte" : ...... .....:'.......}. ......,. .. a' L
.J.D.Johmaeo.. : over points; Brady then 'said his last fay,.that ...... ........... .i a 700a< 820p988p '' 340 ... ...;.. ....... "1
.P.putJlelth.bJ004.1. 'DP ,Capt. below Saturday's official closing fig Corbett would manS ...... ............. .s-y, 847. j holaUllbuf1u;: 840p.. 73Pcau ,, 0, .............. .. ..:.. it
th# .weak ,J and flcUiitated. ales; lb'en rrAess U naf fvuenu I It.. The decline waS accompanied'by meet any in the ....... ... .
,.!aYeaath to weabDec1 /yeWxpe'5, ures. ..... .... : 015- I048pUOOp "Gr-nsb'r ; ...... ..... .... -.p .
d ,[I d M....pvtna&be p ""it S? ItTtertuY_P1M for the eruption wondetiulprpperhea of the Bloflmd I great excitement., ;January (ntores* world, Fitzsimmons preferred on November ...... ...... ....... =.Q a 1140a203i : ".Dmville". 4't5a '.=3.837p .:.... ...... .:.. c; .
f'f bmtuds arsstpQvavWed. for Mvoral year with an anmichtlraad 8.54o'against lltb, the man to be named ...... ...... ...I... r.0 ...-... 'TJchm'nd""Lynchb'3" l23.5a .C2'a ...... ...:........:.1'>-" If ,
t'\:. .1o.uisi & dlaan eabla known eruption opened at 8.860 ;Satur within twenty-fonr hours. Vendig ...... ...... .....' 'C I43p404p l&U : 2 4 ,a ;: ..........:.. ....;.., ; '.
nor, '. and tertiary jnyfao di hoc*toTnlnnntHP.P.P.I tried every was remeeoodary owed. day's close. Wednesday last the same : ...... ...... ...... a c 335: : "Ch'rt'Mvle lOiS--; ;! = ..... ....y:. ....... .' ..r
-t-);'nPb lor p rl. mercaaD4. am DOW UAc J Hicti'rOR ,,futures sold at 9.44c, or 90, points' announced he would match Maher ...... ...... ...... "a .. 8 Sup 6 423 ''W'sh'gt'n" 10Op: !:""; .:-.....,..'. ....,.:; .. i I, ;
'p Nl 1IIoCi andakta f&: (J1pecIbr; ), Haraanab, ( aboveMonday'sopening. This is{ against Corbett and find Rome one t.. ...... ...... ...... :2 Q:.t 1125p256a 8 05a""Baltimore' 942a ....... ....u.... .. ,.'," r
'fi .a p+eiPls.;old ebronlo 11Jeen. a. equiv take his place against 'O'D nn'lI. th ...:... ...... ...... ;.4 lOSWa TbilailcL' 1.20& ...:..1.........:..-. .'
: 'I8Uer. : 7 r boIlcM 'Dla Quaeer.Ca.l ...., alent to ''$4.50 per bale. The immediate contest between Maher and Corbett t ...... .... .. .... ... 6 20112 .'Bo "New York" 1115& :8i. ...... .. .:.. ...... ..; 0

,, / = dlctio ,tMt t.Jt..oJt4u4:P.P.t. tb-mate' daweiltromt3tYayoroJBc4tdtt,7ts, cause of the great smashwas ',* for 850000. Elegant '!1Jrou>tb Day Cotoliea JacktonTille 10 W *iipcton on Noe. 37 and 33.1 '." '1 : : : ,
blood parUIer Sa the opening decline in .
e etQVtx 'l'U.,Janetr714.1ti93 Liverpool ,
.'1 ', to yqptha Wcafe.: I. Jsadpermanentoora.. 1Ia.... t have B. tried Savannah P.. market of 10@ll-64d. This decline THE ASSOCIATION NOW SOLID. I 'HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE,' ; 1' ., ; :

,. :,:; '. potaonea QL P. P.s tur GcnlG.all.alcaarrr.NI s disease- of the akin.Four:'DSuall{ a. a whole, however, has been occasioned T CINCINNATI-JACSOvYIItE. T6 St. Loaij. Chcago; Sionx City. ; '
t.mJliM whoe WoodtatoanlSPWfJfflfJ atema an known akin ranoer.of thtrtyl'etasadwho.s the The F. C. &P. Agrees to Withdraw Its No 861 I .\ I 11108$1 t
J! .. and loond by reported collapse of the jhicazo. Tole '
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tiaa.4B toMatraa U' ae.'Deblooci and all Ir* Withdrawal Notice. '
og. ;;:S. m v'.Jwk.onviiie.ArtotOazn ,
t :.iN irMdart y beneatod II' the_wootltatOD from the eat of the dlReaaa bull campaign, which has been engineered doDetroit, "*:: / .."" -. t- '
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600am LT ..... Atlanta.'t.
Idotiai4oN i nremdinir of the 'The Florida Central and Peninsula silll Cleveland.Louisviil IC o.Gj.; .. r pm.: '
and sal .
( prevents New
from Orleans for several -- ' .
.lrP.rPActt7. .. 12 OOn'a ",... b ..... ;u.
ertteset' da 3ii* ;.:.: ? oTl :: .uJrml &DL. .253pm;.""";.'. 'e ,, izA
,2toO'aa4. andfeelconadenttbataaothercoareewln months railroad has removed the last obstacle ; to .. N"- .... T2Oaia c
; past. :: N&IhTiUe.Ze.! ::: 750pm730am ..Holly g8 1Chicasoi. r
,; effect a care. It has also relieved to the success of the Southern States a a.7 ...... ...... .t 'I;
...... "as. 14tt1.1893. Indigestionand Btomacb In the early afternoon January cotton !! ; Indianapolis.o ; .8r..LOn 730pm _
.IL. me from ..
'( ,-loaD-UII:t.o. .. term. troaDlas. X tral,. touched Passenger Association. Some time a 1 !SJpm: ........ : ...... ''l-3 pm ,, ;
8.27. This
11I.,!' : sedidn S team mr ewn GAPl'. W. M.ETT8T.Attorney was a declineof LTJacks.A; -:- 7 ......Dnbnqna....;.._'* 7O:! am .
heart 730a 020: 30am sopml.
wuaff.etsd w to this road notice that would 10
at Law. pin _
rledaw 117 from ago gave "
points Wednesday, or ..
III."' sad rbenmatt.m. .or. withdraw from the association the 955i 843pmAr.ETcrett.Lv 7 42am\::::: ? ...Sionx Cuy..i.Tbroncb 'J 800pm./-.r, :
,, dia--letartll7 atbnadred.otdorow" Blood Diseases Eone9 Fiea. equivalent to $5.85 a bale. In the 450p 325am .Maoa.- 1210am10pm ...,.. Pullman. sleepers SI Loui* &Dd" :. ;
III.,, tried.vsq a remod7 wi.WJI oa early afternoonhowever conservative withdrawal to take effect the first of 830p I 5 43 am I. Atlanta ," V .,.... Jacksonville 3le: ?rvrr* through ( blC&iQ.or -.. f
$- outu ftD4Ig I hare only takenS ,ALL_ EEUaOISTS BELL IT. traders/ were counselling that there January. Now Commissioner W. B. ...... 945am Lv Atlanta ......:.. ...... Sioux City and Jaiiaonvilld with. but' one ', -
oas yonrP. P. p sad C ...... Ar Ar ........ ...... : .
100pm20)pm Chatn'ga
.. .1 bM=..,.1t baa does asemore LI PPM AN '. BROS.PBOPBICTOBS. should-be a reaction or serious results Thomas has received a telegram from chance: l eKANSAi .... 0
,_ aood-tbaauitblqlhaT..T8rtakeDo - :
;rr 1 OIIBreoommtmd: J'ourmed1c1I1.toaU.. might follow.! the authorities of tbe.road cancelingthe .. .... Lv.Atan'a..ArAr ..... .. ..". CUV LlNE.-Turoagn tileeper. y a
;, aotteeera of the abar0 dlsaee former notice and announcing .... 7 I Jiclt.-wnTille to Holly dpi age.Holly. Spnngs ; t" 1
rrse Some prominent operators are said 10 pa720au> Chatu'gaArCin'nati ar 800am...... ,. -WP .
? 7 a sta. idDP 'i Bl.ictastvannsh,(iiiZ .... .. !..' ...... Kansas City, (one h&nn1' ) ] .
their 8
intention to the OOpm
..... to have come in as. buyers. A New join freight. association ; t, ?
NO.JM. }1taaourlArll: miss,.Ithliaa., f N-x 33- -i'
,i \ Orleans dispatch reported the failure also. iTerrifafy. f "* xDap
lot. .. /: =
.' Emmett & Buecb, a cotton house This action on the part of the F. C. Coach:: on No. S3 through to Atlinta.Nor. 6211pm LT.... l"tbonvi ....:Ar10SO| ra .J' ,T.. } ,
.' there. and P. puts the two associations on a 45pm Ar.Everett......Li/.742amAr. .
much firmer .7 45am ..'....A'lanta .-. : y 'J.
Up to 1 o'clock the sales New footing, and removes the ; ,
on "S3 and 86 connection leaves: Atlanta J at 12 ln'n ..". nuireba.m... .... L,125.5pm:' .
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Andrews ..& Middleton York cotton exchange aggregated for great danger that has threatened the 11:45 a. m. for Chattanoo w0. arrivias> Ghat ta1000pm Ar.....1lemplila...;....'L>520am"| ; 1.> '.
1 the day 600,000 bales-the largest on successful existence of the passenger oraloop.m. and from Jackaoa915.m Ar..Srin2teldllo.: ,IA 6 10pm if ', .

record. At 1:45 o'clock January's I association. The F. C. and P. is a 500pm Ar..KA.III'.Cl'V....... L USIJam:. r .' t,

: strong road and it was extremely desirable !io Xc. i roe. 3 r ",
was 8.40. ; "
price .. >
jm& fy S o and Food Stablos. The'tremendous! break in cotton and ation. that it should be in the associ p v- and Daily 6\\No.Daily.9 South: and NewOrlean.West Nlorida. and awl Dailj.H .and Daily.. 10, '_: .f ': \ ., ,.: ra h;'

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r The ;wild unprecedented scenes on the; -- -.:;.- .

Boor of the cotton exchange were the V; ....:... .05arn. Lv......Femanllira.........Ar.....t. fOpm == '. ;. -
: in the talk of the street Stock WRECK ON THE F. C. & P. ........ l009J1n Lv...?. .CaIa: :. ,....;.. ...:..... 35Of.m .a x95Opm
TFBNOUTS tty.i operatorsleft
L [iFINEST 950am L".Jac wille..Ar 6 ;[)am 345pm E '; / ;
i ..f'Drraisers' their favorite speculative commodities Fourteen Cars Are Totally'Consumed d 1050pm 1053am Ar..,..,.. Baldwin .....,..Lv 5:04m:: STJOpm ',' t, _-
to discu68. cotton ::.nd.its down With 420 Bales Cotton. C 1213am 12 @ipm Ar ...;...&arke. ........LT 4 fJ.'>a.m 15fpm 'i !:: '. '
Teams and Drayin aigDeclalff e et ward career. ;; 12 Sa.m 12 Spm: Ar... ....;'YaIJ ."........L, 3 slam 125pm r7i 4.. r 9x700am
Local freight train south bound 156pm !. ..:::...Games"'llo ......LT 1155am 11 5. mt:2 I, .
1. -, One of the best known cotton brokers from Columbia, S. C., on the Florida A ........ 60upmAr......_CetrKey.: .......Lv ......... 141i'\D1 l''..' tI
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Prompt: .A.ttez3.ti: :n. irmhe city, when asked to give ao Central and Peninsular railroad, was e: { e 132ILrn 132pm Ar..H.wthorno..LT :HgA1t.1231pm aa
d 2C'9..m Ar ('itra : ..,Lv 2 0in = n
opinion on The market, said hurriedly 201pm : .
"The break had to comed : wrecked four miles from Savannah Q rs ........ 233pm Ar..Silvrr. .. SPring..:;Lv ........ 12lt.lpml.... h. 1: ..
I.I.REASONABLE CHARGES was Thursday nigh't. Some one set fire to .. = Sroam 24Qp 11 Ar..O :\.H:L1 o 5am It 194m C,') ..
y 'looked for, bet it was not expected: fell a trestle over a ravine. The trestle ...".. = ... .Ar........n<)mi :I. ....J v........ .
1'w. av i ; Xr': at once. The truth is that the.-reaction 00 421amX350! n ArWiklwootL.Lv II t9tic lO ISam'r! = F
1 fBtibles come Call and Thompson streets, one block from DePot. ._ in cotton is taking place in days supports were burned away and four- .N 625am 42IpDJAr..Iec&btlr ..... .. 11125Im! 9393m rJrIJ "; ..
teen cars went down. The cars were .. '.',' .
720."1 4Hpm!! ..:.. .Lv O33imi 910arn i
instead of months. This tremendous"Crop burned as were 420 bales of cotton = S' 1050am ...... ... > ..... .,.. 64rm: 74S.n ,,' ,. ''

ORGAN BR0S. should have extended over two and other freight. The total loss is = c:;) 5S'pm \r..Wincr Puk..Lv 830llwl! 0. .' .
months. We are doing the business 52'am 429pm Ar.Bt. Catherine...?;.Lv'! 9:12am' c. =. -
0 .. about $30,000. Two of the train crew oQ 548'\ID 4 51pm Ar..La"oo.l. ....... 94Vpn !9 toarn -.:: '..-.t. tF
(: tt.' of liquidating in three days. The were injured. ___. ..__.. .___ + 08.J.rn. 503pm It........DarIe !ry.........Lv 21pm S49un! Q ; a 'i
market, in consequence is in a condition a 7 28J.II 611pm At........PlantCitr. ........Lv St2im 743ym: -S t. I'" r ,
; P. 0. Building, Starke Fla. l- little short of a panic, and real 8 9hm( ( 710pm'amra........Lv 7ropm 100am = :.:, oar i t
___ c ... f603pm
iWSDEALERS SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS andiBsale values are net considered." (ft si :':: O n ..;..) \.l.. :.,
The New Orleans] bull clique'wap \ L'i" W 1049pmi156.mAr..LakeCitv..Lv: 950am Lv..Jac:onyll1e.\r ;1'hrr 5.\U1I ".930am 4:an t rL;i -::>> f.i., ..,. I ;

last week reported to bo liquidatingits fr of! a 1210..m1240pmAr..LtveO.\k..Lv 4515.tU 154amO ,..;, _. .' i

and Detail Statio ie holdings o? cotton nod this quick 1553m 134(11I1.\r.a.i+oi.........Lv 4JJ.ID1201am .. ,fv
s. E-stsg: "il
9 (9--, ).( ; 410am 2L2prn.r........ ()ntjcdh..Lv 2 S."inIro'3Opm: .: .)
ened the decline in the Yew ToiVc ... .
mar -. PO.lOr s .J.S .= I b 20-\m 337pm Ar..TaJJah:1-4oo. ......T..v 2 Hhm "S30pm = jr ;; ;

r. -- "'I JiI' ket. Business was very heavy daring ImI == V Q ..... .. 4 pmAr..Qnincy..L\ 11am 6$. pn ... = i? .
.... morning and fluctuations were very I } .- ntlPjaff 51apm Ar..lhverJnnc.on... ?Lv 12 slam ..... .. .
fi* in'llinsitxlInstrnmenta and Merchandise, Wall Paper, Novelties, eta. violent.Within thirty seconds the 1 Through Pullman 11 OOpmAr..Pen':\ ......... 72Zpm 51Spm": ?;, '.' 1'
'ct ie frames made to order. Fall line of School Books and Supplies. : f .. Jacksonville! 3 03am Ar..Mubi a .........Lv ... .. E-t .1 :: .
:\ market moved fivo point" January, s.CD to heir Orleaui. 13.l1m Ar......New OrIea.Ib1...... Lv 335vml...... .. .... '
I Blanks Orders for received. Christmas in
Printing goods
season. .
which H
opened at 8,54, rallied to : (n
"" z Daily except Sunday. t Connections at Tampa for St Petersburg Manatee Pacer and .
8.65 and then weakened again with .0 'n a Key West and Havana s'earacrx. At Waldo eamr for Meh'O<'e. "Connect. at Tkllahas-:' '.. r
,.; '.t '. quick rallies to 8.65 and recovered g M see for St.Marks, Carabelle and AJ>!.lachico! Connects at River; Jancthn for. CuattthoocaM .. ., '. ; 1
a. 'II pSOi riTer steamers. Connects at Oca'' for Homo+aasa. : ': : ; '
r Wm TISON during the first hour. Sales on. opening ?. i StfT All baggage will b,' chocked! from Union Depot. TicksU will still be gild at the city ticks c

I call were,on.. an enormous ,scale. : offices 202 Hogan street as well as at the Union Del>it tickeqSic! ?' : t '. _
:: When what ... .... d Of S. BIJERBOWEE.Ticket .
prices geachetl appeared ...... ... .
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to be the bottom John II. Inman, who ... "-" ent. 202 West By street, corner Hopiin. Jacksonville Ha '. j r:
N. S.PENNINQTON. TraQu Manager. AJ! O. M.t DONEL1.; r
sold 25,000 bales of January at 9.37 4)p =' t4ri IIfLaOWOf '
General A Q' ".
l'asieuger ; r ; .
EflYYEEfl .AD SALE STABLES last week, became bull and bought ,500 l.A..JtJ.j UI .. .. -'''...I",
:; lack what be had sold at 1 cent less! m t '

4 His profits are reported to be enormous 00 r0S"K S -* Southern ; : ;ji': J -
1F A
on the transaction. Mr. Inman is -
todges :Block Starke Fla. s>> .:-', ....; r
; snid to have cleared over$300,000 on the S'Bg '., t t.: .
drop in cotton in the past four days. "

rTho linfist flpiirinfr and jjfljM[ JiflfSfiS B the cily There was a report late in the day H--J td 'tt... MHo 0l1 : 1

that the governors of the cotton exchange hH' P .abc. ..J / Rallway.ROUTE. .
we-e investigating that h,.,., asrirl r----"f .u
reports ..-- ... .
several cotton,brokers made sales on 0 '.tII.:.: et..,uJ ., :.
the curb after the closing of the exchange CD=-"SII. g. d 0 Rc ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST i I' :: ;: :
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: r- :
Gentle Horses. Stylish Rigs. on 'S tnrday, and that they 2. ::; 0 (I) ... 'i- A
would be called to account for violation M : -, 1 : ; '
I. ; 4'P.
of the rules.
es: Boarded Reasonable Prices and Given Best Attention. :;: vA.. o THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, : ;... "f.--. t"
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HE: .GL DE STEAMSHIP CO. -A>4,-'. a : A.x };.. .- .:

Controls the Louisiana'.State, Demo-. '

... cratic Committee.. QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED' ::: .

da .... The democratic executive committeeof A Bailey 1 ----0 ; .,
Louisiana met at New Orleans ,
North and EaD't. I IVt-rth: A1cL Wort. .
Thursday with a full attendance and all ,.-t:

the prominent democratic leaders from "STARKE NO.38. I 1NO. ? O. 12. L .HQ ". "- ;+
FLA. ALL TRAINS DAltY. I"li..t....ti I : t
1 all ALL TRAINS DAILY. "D.orl Uae [.1' .r.lIa r
over the state in attendance. Those 311'1 .
u.n.4. ". A 1la. IJ/. i 1:,. .w' F F,
friendly to Governor Fosters renomi- : ..
Jal'k'On\"Ule F.C.&P-. 739am! 6:0:: pm LT.Jacksuvfe. F.C.u'Y.; 6 'I) pm7O'l.fl1:
nation held'a caucus as also did }Wt-rClt, r .. _. 9 55 am 14.1 pm I Everett.! Suthern.. 8; :,0 yrnl 17 a(i am r
,. 1& farannah 115.1; am 10 41 I Ar..lKcon. 2 ...; L ; ,
pm amt rpn
those opposed to him but the deliberi:=: ..
k WnolosaIo ('olnmbi\o: Soulhcrn?. 3: Co' pm 4 HJ em '1".t14t1: c. S 4;) .1m <4.;:.i pm arAr.
YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA LINES ations of both factions were secret. It ana Retail Charlotte. ., _. $ :)) pm 7OJam) C1iattan.oa. 'rlupml 1).111.: ',-;.
tVIU1hinTnn. _. f'I'iim S :>Opm .c Ciucinnxn. Q. & C...._.. 7 'fI"1I1: 1tIPl\: ': I{
.. magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows/: : was pretty obvious that the governor'sfriends Faltimore.l'enn.E.R.... Il"'llm 11 23pm I Ar.Tinninchav.' ();t Pznlh'nL.:-. ... ''
had' things their II rnlI11/Ielpht\ _.10 1.> nn :: rA) .; : : ,..ri-I :: ft' -w ?
at Charleston S. ami 1 _
0. way. )
both'ways.w -----lloal r in .. Few ,'orl. _. 1.5J 6 .D( am SLUrtr-a.roh. 7 u( jint..=" "' '.- ;
pm -- ----- w.
s York. rierZa.ER. Standard Time-Steamer.iladelphla From Jack>l1vil1... Fla. After roll call and preliminary workof Ar. :. +- 1x.1.91.:1s.I l0 (AI }4m:..;......__ : .
3 For Charleston and New York. organization the committee proceeded lor. Asheville. Eouthern._ ...._.._. 10 101U:1 K.1tl.i&'City. .1 1) toll 1Jlnl..._. __ .. J 4
y..:&..t.,2S; 'at 'Ipm .... f'EMINOLE Tuesday. Oct., 1. at 130 pm to business. E. Howard vMc-,: FRESH .. r.
; :T. .t I Spin .... CHEROKEE Thur"Jar. .. 3, at 400 lun Caleb read resolution for the BEEF, For full information apply to any Agent of this great Railway \ :
a calling
Oct 1. ...
; .. a ;pm. I1tOQUOll-I uDdI\Y. 6.. at 6 30 am "
.. Pin .... ALGONQUIN .... 10, at 630 am holding of a democratic primary: election PORREV3UTTOM t System, or its conne."tions. :: "
7. at a pm.... SEMINOLE Sunday 13, at 12 M In _
'f. a V.. at a pIn..... CHEROKEE .. L. at 130 lD on a future agreed date and place. .. ; f
TU"6dar. P Jot 1t A. TURK, C. A. BENSCOTER, S. H. HARDWICK. ; ... :
.. 14' at 3 pm. lROQUOII-I Thursday. 11. at 4 00 a III The list as proposed was seconded by
.S.i 15, at Jpm .... ALGONQUIN 11Dday. :'o. at 500 am SLICED HAM A SPECIALTt. Genera! Pass. Agent. Ajst.: .". Pass.: Aint. Ais't Qin'I Pats. A;;.:it. ..J '
N 18. at; 3pIn ....SEMINOLE Thursday. .. 24.; at t430amay. : Mayor Fitzpatrick. It was proposedto ..,. WASHINGTON D. C. KNOX."IL!.=TEflN. ATLANTA.. 3A.VY. .4
.iL. 21. at CHEROKEE: 1200 the last United States
3pm Sunday. .. 27. at m accept censusas ,
83 at .,.. IROQUOI Tuel'day. ZJ. at 1 30 pm .
:L.ta' ,. 25, at 1p m :... ALGONQUiN Thnralal 81. i'.t 130 pm a basis of population, one representative W. D. ALLEN ; '
at ,,8 ... SEMINOLE Banda 4 CIO for and fractionsover .,jj ,
pm. Kov. at am every 2,000 STORE. Florida Passenger Agent, :
.. DRUG : .; ,1 st ;
d Charleston and Jacksonville Lino 500. 212 West Bay Strest, JACKSOmr LLE. FLA. : ::J; '._-.
Mr. Boatner moved an amendment, Y 'r
:1 r the present and until further notice steamer "Yemassee" is intended making the basis of voting the vote. Jar, 2Rth. lRO:;._ : .:.:;-7J <'

n Philadelphia' for. Charleston, Wednesdays, and from Charleston cast at the election of March, 1892, on ::,,:,'< ," .

lelphia, Sundays. Close connection made at Charleston with Clyde the white democratic votes cast and ..: '--::,::
I Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida points. that the result be faithfully abided in- -- -- .- -. .--- .

:'-. elpbi and interior points via Philadelphia.ST. by all and the successful candidate receive ;

.at the entire support of the party.A i I

'. JOHNS RIVER LINE. spirited debate followed, but Mr.McCaleb's r U. D. MINER.kb ;

'''- : resolution prevailed by a '

..L4lts rprast'and Intermediate Points on the St. John's River.SXEAMEB victory large majority.for Governor This Foster.A is a preliminary. .?, Watchmaker and l ''Jeweler. : :. .. !t !re

a Capt. W. A. SHAW, .& ___ -1" at.
f1ite4'.to 'Bail from Jacksonville: Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00 '
nd BUST OF CLEVELANDTo DEALER IN-t. John's Building('xt to Eailrcad. ,::;;: : .
j returning leave Mondays and Thursdays at 5:00 a. m.

1 enger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay street Jacksonville Be Presented-by-New Yorkers to DRUGS AND? inucINllS! ':.;

B Florida Freight Auent F.M. Ironmonger,Jr.,Florida PasBencer Agent the City of Atlanta. Best Assortment faicte Clocks 'and tolry in tie City -
' ... fPa Mteet,JacksoDTWe Fla. 206 W. Bay atreet,Jacki onTllle. Fla i' f,. O .
:-' T(M.. A. J. Cole A.I. "
..Sculptor Rhind has been retained '. Starke Fla.
Genera11'l.8Ien5tUAfent"N .
'" N ew York. .... ,
eI5sv bite3Iiew: >uge J.A. Leslie,Superintendent by Georgians of New York city to I' Special and Prompt Attention Given to Repair IngLA ,'
o-o ; .
York foot Hogan street! JacksonTiUe, Fla. make a bU3t of President Cleveland .
D.l .,o.Mix,G.F. A-, 12 South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia. from Georgia marble which is to be Physicians prescription carefully Charges Reasonable. :

-w4VI. :P. CLYDE & CO. General 'I I .
Agents, the of Atlanta compounded all hours- '
presented to city as amt
Dd.w,, \ A,.. Philadelphia. & Bowltny Oreei_ New York ,day or night.. !Old Gold bought or taken la exchangs. I 'rI
.t r- morial of the president's visit ..' ;,; .fj..'

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-, 14 (" ;Jl' : LOCA1L" ',' -.#. ':Jfc?l:Wew-> 1A lDDITIAN4L' SCOTF'SCARBODIGESIIYB' "z' /
5Therrolisb1bQ :
( "... :pp.Ji 4.m r. :! other cjrantrrWhero (t J ONES IIS :
;;} ; : Sk ::, j ,: ], 'Iiiyiiijstonhave a new : : :"
; 'Bore : fi mij
.ThroatAny+ rdinary C ; ... advertisement, in this issue othe, 'so- cinch cad sa t: ir'idngbottingtakes "'

: ,ie cured In one bight by'applyieg,CbaoJ-: TELEGRAPH. They invite you -to placa'$s in thcUaiteA Staies.: .Es- .. "' .. '"
lierlaln'a Pain'Balm. ns directed. .. with each and 'peciallyitf tbia.'.the caso,at election ticifc. !
inspect '
goods: "
f 'tj "' bottle. ThU.medicine is"also famous' for' .with the? prices of ,othersA" compareprices' COMPOUND. ) ',Wizard :Eflisyj! it'is; gaid,' Pi add}!J1 Ers; rI rpm'ICES\ '
.I NEy
> unusual okperitjeut electricity as the \
ja 1;. cures.of ,;rheumatism, fame back .audIU hint to the,wl&e is sufficient.: ;' He ws .<
o result of a li-'S a tel grriph op-
'and For
4eep-ceaied pains. J., M. York & Co. Lake Butler's ,
: 4 .
aiI, l'he
leaches of tho boys were '; "
Positively one Remedy. the erarcor j. : of.
Slarke Co: .
idle,try Drug new drug ;firm; are represented In treatment of 5- carried iii tin. cans, ,'into which roaches. 5 -5- 5 5 5
r, t,. 1iey; ,} : TELEGRAPH this week. We 1 EXHAUSTION: ,
Various xaetboc.s'were! .
especially I I at mealtime. .
: In
\ ;, |W of |he Chnstian,:church tbs} ,pity;
:commend i this firm to those of Simple* and Aggravated. forms pf tried to get rid bf tbem, and finAllY Edi- .
ilfeb9 le aauouace' that Le will conductfervkfxlwrs
our Lake Butler frien'di110: need eon mgde a bet. that ho vrould'suppressthem. ) C s '1 ',:'if;;: .
:. L. baturday before. e :
on ulght anything usually kept in a Jirst-cIasK DYSPEPSIA .. The next day the, dinnor cans ,.. ., :'': ", '
-. ; : "
t Urst Sunday in Novembjer pd also on the .. .t'. .... "i'
1 ? Palpitation 'in and the It :';if (
f fnlly- qllippcd drug store. The Aii '' "
" { RratStj1)4111J_ } njoining Itud' (evening., 4HInTlu4 firm is cornpobetl of thoroughly reliable -.- around*them a'circlp pf narrow .
+, 'k: .. gTr tply I to allend the services.Our .tin foil ribbon about an inch wid,*_and j
will Does food
} : business meltwho give your sour after eating? Are you
r 1 s;;r about a gnarterxof"an inch. away another j "t' I
.L 11t\' : esteemed .ypung friend, ,Professor their !customers: a square,deal on every : esujily confused!and excited Do you get up In similar circlet. and then ..haconneetcdboth ,
.;} ; tr::, T..B, Hani, has ,entered the journalistic t hand. the morning tired and unrefresfced. and With a with the onrrtat.' The: cgnsogtiencewas
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,:. arena! baying,, associated himself with! Geo:'S. Hacker fy Son, of Charleston bad taste'In the month? that every roach in trying to get to <

: :tr ', .JfcT., P. \V .Corrjn the publication ot S. C., dealers in sash,.blinds* and la tb.ere. duD, cloudy sensation,attended by the ans.p.1sed.h! } ,.eI with his hind ,. .. "r

'?! i r' '(!be Florida School Room: )lr.-HarUg Is builders' ,materials, who hare been disagreeable feelings the head and eyes? legs on ''on -: pole (or piece of foil( J' -- -:-. t1"j,.

r ; an earnest worker in whatever channel' he' among, the TJJI/EGEAPH'S! advertisers Are you irritable and restless? his'fore legs on the other: : thus' completing .' '-B, ..1'1', ,,".,

t 't .chooses to employ his time and latent,.and for several 1 years, are', before our Does your heart thump and cause you to gasp the qrcniti aiid trolling over dead. :':!;
readers The bet waswon, and the'doad piled 5- J...:
this week in an uplike
-4 |t may be expected that tho School Rook for breath after climbing a flight of stairs* ., '

<' .,' will hereafter bear .the vJdelCtSl'of his vertisement. They; are thoroughly Dues it distress you to lie on the left side? an,">IrIshfcnce.;i u :l_. Looking at My Stock ofCoo.d
reliable and take in ,<
i 1';; ',. energy and enterptse.L ., we pleasure Have you impaired memory,dimness of vision "Keep good table and take care. of : ; ,
them needing .
{--J commending to. *
persons 5-
depression of mind and gloomy forebodings the ladiessaid'BoDl\pufe to one of his
i JJr.'Q.;.M. &1QaD and bride, of Emlen- anything in their line.

[:. ; ton, Pa-, are visiting,relatives and friepds U., J>-.- Smith the enterprising ? departing table ambassadors is not so important To keepupxagood as to keep ..- 5-f fore Purchasing Elsewhere 1
These that .
symptoms mean are suffering
' n }n Starke'OQ' their wEdding tour. ')Jr.i. young proprietor of the :Starke::; you up a good appetite. Thatcan only be v -> -?. ,,

L"; and Mrs 8k>an visited' Atlanta and many rug Company is out this week inan from Dyspepsia and Nervous Exhaustion. done through a good, healthy 'stomachand a p .
: '
tho There is no other remedy: extant'that has sound liver 'fbe besl corrective of :fr kJI: L' -; ...... '
i advertisement '
of interest in the inviting patronage
jDlher South
points en Tunic I' '. ,i
is Ramon's Liver .. .
dons so much for this class of troubles as u poor appetite ,.
i ;,'. route to'Florida: and before leaving' the of- persons who need anything Pills (and Pellets). Ask Starke Drug ''' :.

:f' : state. will (ea"ia, : 1)1t"at sights jq St., in his ]line He proposes, to SCOTT'S CARBO-DIGESTIVE Co., :your druggists, about them Qnly My .goads: were bjgdirect

' ':;Augustine and ether Florida cities. Mrs. keep abreast of the times in the I 25. rents a box. Sample 1 free. .

drug line, and his customers may # *I CU IPOU1i0.If ,. from ri
townsJiffy tA : anu
., ; .., count upon fajr dealing and courteous Well- Liked f .

,.f 7'' '. ". S TM'lr. ,j. M., Rising, one- of ttlli:) e'3.staid Truby treatment., Sjernburg & Co. have a treatment your case we has are resisted particularly the usual anxious methods to have of Klr.'nTmTm 'VIcarlonger turers; and importers; if

t / ;.. bachelors. who went North early in thesum'mer special clothing a4vertisement'cal1- ;
give this Compound a trfcil..
1 ? S took:bjs: many friends by sure iug attention to their handspmp; line :

! t .''. prise whep) be:returned I last Sunday with of clothing Read it and give them We guarantee relief in every case and wiltcheerfully Good hard;; cash. pricey"and I 'de; .
refund should JudgmentTens
i i i fk ride. Mr. Rising, is'.one: of StlLr e', a call before buying .your winter your money% our rem- .
\. edy fall to produce the most gratifying results. :
I :, Jcsding fruit and berry Rrowerg apd is suit. competition. I: have

1 : : uniTtrsally esteemed, and, the estimable Please remember that the appellation Patent you: Buy nice clothes; nor.
: Medicine does to eood clothes; bectmingclnthes;
LAWTEY NOTES.Mr. not apply
:.: lady.who will hereafter preside ovvr bistfomejitic ; clothes that will look well on -of the '

I l' 7' ;:. '" affairs is' heartily welcomed! as and Mrs. H b.>on and Mr. Eyre are Scott's Carbo-Digestiye Compound. you; clothes that will wear, one nicest linos/

jl pl lpt apfacquUiticn to Oijf citizenship. It Is a prescription by a leading well; clothes\ that will be an
: :. staying at the J3urnn House.' Mr. and put up physician Q
... outward index of your good Dress ;
; 1S.'' feth Mrs., Hob&ou, of Boston. Mass.. came to who has made stomach and nervous troubles ippmesti:
\ <.\ should nqi be forgp ton. The taste, of,:}'our good judgment.Appearances ? ,
J :,'.:; value of good teeth cannot be overestimated. Lawtty intending to settle and have purchased a specialty for years. .

j ; : '. Denial work properly done before the old Brooks farm, situated in We court investigation and erre
t';: )tia top late spares one a gieatdealof a charming locality quite near the village physicians to write iw for the formula of ..

1' .. Mr. Eyre of Sharon, Canada, a cousinof SCOTT'S CtRB0-DIGESTWE COMPOUND:
: \ jmd ll oft the for
--p teeth
.. } .palp .v. > preserve
, \', 0 life tU e. LOng practice i dentistry, Mr. Hobson, will take charge of the which we will mail on application: that they Go a great wnys clothes'make Capes ever; clisplaejin

farm. He has already, plough here but may satisfy themselves of its harmless character .. the ninu. First impressions are "
: : in ill\\ a '
t ;;- ::, as professions, makes perfect i the best most Instine. Clothes
.v short time, got twenty thousand strawberry and excellent T'irtues.Scott.t .: iStarke.My ::1
"" Lan had the practices and. can guarantee a do it-the right kind. Our .
plants! nutVc are glad to welcome will : .
I ,' .., P JWVVtI work.. Office at residence south- : Carbo-Digestive CompoundIs clothes --

ff. :. :'. least Pf F.. C. $: P.,depqt. j. O. )JJayues.Dr. these l cnturpiising people to our the most remarkable remedy that science has : stock of GroceIt(

:.} Village, and wish them prosperity and produced. It has succeeded where all other TRUBV, STERNBURG & CO. _

.. and Mrs. ( asktas. and SQDJ and Bujcess. '

'v' Matter Vaaco Alvarez arc home again Mrs. blroughton bus returned to her medicines hare failed. 9. coinple i You can :&
Sold by .00 .
druggists cverywherp. $J per bot .
, ;.:'. after a week's visit at the Atlanta expo-: home at her daughter's, Mrb. E. G. Hill. .

r : ',y\ .. sition. The doctor speaks in the highest We are sorry to hear that she i is- ,fl't lmg ,tIe. Sent to tny address In America lDon't on receipt here .
what want
pnci .
: \; 4';'i terms of the Plant exhibit and of the very tired and weak after her long jntu- r. y0U( ; ..

1 ,: ._ West Florida exhibit gathered by CoJ.'I ney, but trust that rest and quiet will forget that we chedrfully refund.rourmoney : ..
results arc not satisfactory. Order di-
'I : restore her healtt.IIoluptou'/ ) .shwgooq
i ex'i: rect jf your druggist does not have tt. ;

, : ':: ,he!fiposUfOn and thinks that Florida'tabpund New OlIter Address all oraers to Give triad'{ Y

! '{ The municipal election? at famptoa on mea i ,4
: lu be greatly. fifingfited by the C1jF CORD CHEMICAL MFG. CO.
I October 28th resulted! in the election of .
efforts of Meesrs.. Plant and '
> \
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the following officers: Topckii, Kas.Doii't N. .J JONES. nr

i 1 :. : 'i'; One Improvement follows another just Mayor-P. W. Corr. I yJ. .' .:. : .

t :I 1 its culturally .s the night follows the day. Clerk end treasure!-R.V.. Cameron.: -

j ; ,- ,,: ... 0inco the streets were put in order many Marshal-J. L Sasser.' Tobacco Spit tif tit r )jJ "

s.{ :ti ft!our citizens have begun to* lake more Aldermen-Dr. D. I. Jones W. II. Or smoke:! your life awny is the truthful, S ,

! ; ;'; :' pride In Uu,arrangement of their yards. Wright and T. M. Wffliaias. startling title of a book bout No-To-Bac, t ,j J T .k ai

.1 !: I, : and' Mr.'Jjagergren, the landscape gurU The ticket elected, is a thoroughly: rep the haimles3guarnntccd Tobaeco habit "' ::.:- "+'1 .
I'.i ',;;'':' .diner kept busy making walks and resentative one, and Hampton's affairs cute- that braces' up nicotjnized; nerves, _-,- : # :

, t ;' p" flower beds and otherwise beautifying are safe in the hands of the-new officers! eliminates the nicotine poison, makes THIS SPACE IS RESERVED. FUG ykBThRRR

,; .;;j.. the gardens uncut town Mr. Lager- weak men gain siiength. vignr and man: t f', .

f': : .. gteo U groqgblyunderstands ibis wo>fti BOOK BINDING. hood. You rl.p.. physical or IlmiTicial! t TAS.TIELESS *
, risk as No-To-IJuc is sold by J. L. Gas. .lc !
Apdj iLhose who his services
i vngugo may ; 3IR 6 Cl&1l"I i
r .. XU Beginning and the Transition: Front
1" guarante
I J ', \ feel, uuurd that satisfaction will tiI Ancient to Modern Methods.It kins under Il to cure or money
{ .
; _
refunded. Book Free. Ad'lress Sterling I '
.. *
I. 5' .Pnl. was only when writing was made : IIT ';1;
Co, New
Remedy York
. I "t upon separate pieces or sheets of a pliable Chicago I. .
$*(; ', 4. right swart" racket occurred nj tje)/ and perishable material that bind,I j" For sale 1 It> J. L. Gaskins.! ,. (B. P. SMITH PEOJRIETOB) ;':;

i ,eolotadchurch in thc northern part of td ing proper was invented to hold the I Look To roar Laud Title ;
"r>..L' ;ORD last ;Friday night. A concept-)>.yi pieces, or sheets, together and give *r
I Mve in charge liS nil lands in D"N fC DRUGS AND PATENT
: ; been announced for that'jt strength to them and protection and
known as Pitts and
admission :, county
:+ .- bad been announced that au I beauty. .
} shut But here, again, we must distinguish.The Rol>orl8 lands. Anyone ilesiriuglo' pur- '
fee of ten cents would be chargoi. 13 JUST AS OCD FOR ADULTS I ..
chas j'or clear titles will write .
written sheet please
pliable either meat
? :./ Abraham Goodwice turned oat minus: maybe; \f-:1A tiA TED. P4riC6cts.: : }
rolled folded each rise Slarke. Tin. C. 1,. Peekt :
or giving a ,
}; ihe tea cents and plus a .considerable -, .-. ,< ALATIA,Iiis.,NOT.1G.,1S33. ;' ,
j .: form of binding peculiar to itself. The Per 1e.Medlclno Ca, bt.Louis,:Mo.tcntlomenWo .,
; v. Amount. of liquor aud passed the door-I rolled sheet is bound by fastening each It K a truth in medicine that! the smallest tote lest year, ceo bottles of ,

; tl"per.without paying. This uetilcdMooea : sheet to the other sideways and rolling lnjr'l13t! u cure l..1he best. fiKOVE3>:.gtitthreogressalrctdrthkiyetrt TASTfitE&S: ;: CHILL TONIC. In nil and Ar haiH elponenco \ : I .. .5 *-

j ':':. Mack, who was acting as dooi-, | the whole from end to end, the last sheet ;: DeU'ill's Little Early Risers are the rover loll1.a of liyears.- rticoib: In tlo Drat fcisfacss, '. ,
I .pivo na'a Ul Temn.18:1.ti8f -
',keeper, and he called upon Marshal Ben.c serving: as a cover Jo all the rest. This j smntlest !oil!s, will! perform "\.curl', and ..onasycurcmc.* \oj:.-3.,ruly, DON'T YOU NEEDA 'i
\ ; NtrCArs&Co.For
J.L't iu- and form of binding is doubt the
I come arrest Goodwine. 110 more are the best. Stnrke Drug CAJ; 1
;"", :The ma>,a al' if tested vJowlwiuennd took ancient of the two, and it was for a long --.__ oa__ __ Sale'br: fill DrllgJists.f .
:,' 4iim to the outside.! Goodwine grappled'general; use. It was used, for ............... -\l-f --S '. -. I .j
example, by the Egyptians-:: was '-0' \!.... new suit of Clothe of kiss
a pair
tr I xvrith the marshal and during tlte,ellCfjUII- >' rr l'.f.: r.- .. Y-Cu :. .
AI'j i ,
probablyinvented by them-and it was ; ':.i..t {, P' 1 r .
j :7 '; :ter secured.the manhara club and loosen- ffi"1'/"..' "" ,fr."'. ,'J"\ _, ? .., f Can c Gel Underwear, a Trunk, Valise, or isometbtDg a
.. used by the Greeks and by the Romans, '" ",, '') u.. V I1z.j : ;
L ":': .4ng himself from the officer's grasp and and great libraries of rolls existed for [ H't'iA-- ,.. ':(iCJ a Cdr. Ferry Seeds at yonrtlealersT the Clothing or;Oents' Furnishings line nlO''
r.. .retreating about ten steps sent the "billy" some time after the Christian era, and : I..L.. ,' 1 h. 't.Ilt, ; fresh and ferule as though .
:;" J tTa'i..1i": c'If"ti got ttyoni meet from I
.:' flying at the marshal'S head. It scorched} many industries were engaged in con ,"J:\;. .;,n J-: heed l'e.rms. f rare Ferry'sas : -
: R .
.' thu air, but missed the officer's head. /The tributing to the perfection of the bind '' ,. .1'l.. ...' -' '
;} ," 'li"tI''t "" ;(o\J .. ,, t. \'' -I' ;h 'ttrl.
: .. f
,; ..:... jnarahal; rei{ two or three shots at the ing. It has, however, boon supersededfor ;,," }.,..uJ!,-. >-',,I)", ..., .:;.!."'-".1.,s t::..: ( ..'. : ,.. rERRYS. EE S COME AND LOOK
I 1 ;> -: t 'lt.
centuries the folded .
11. retreating form of Goodwine. Then pin- many by formof ".'! .c. 'f&\ c;,: .:. {<.' r, ;
; 4lemonium reigned supreme, and he literature, the invention of which is j .... .; :\' ; '1-.. .t1' '\\' \'t d;' known and: rlHC' \Wd everqvl.ere f.: : !I
attributed to Eumenes :':Z' \ and ate aI-ways tbe .R
king of Perga- ":' .'Tf'tp ,;i lH: s r. ,f ***
.. : at.
cCQQt'e11'IS broken up. The law-ahid- mus (from whom, too, comes our parch ; ..I..... : .' .? .(I. {' .:, I''l .. to r ..Feny'IISetdA:1nlJl,9' >; all about ,! At my stock, which is the largest and. best i i1
Jng colored citizens avho were heartburn.+nU.3. IIicvP'iL TOO" them, .
present ment, or skin, prepared for ;( Frc .
". the. much. writing on) the liver: ere fcilIsvo: -", rw- crTKSJII D.M. FErry &Co. j lected in the city. A fine line of Shoes TafM
rrpeL occurrence very in the third before Christ. But
century .
digestion; expel r.c.vift tMi i>pr" drocnrecosstipatioi ; Detrotttliicb.L ',.'
: I if the form has disappeared the terminology I II :. '3; cen'-i. A).' ;ref! oal5 1 men, women andichildren. Price will IZIlS,10I.Jj
: '. Free Pills. I of the roll has survived, and the i ii {i by C.I.Hood & Co.. .. IxTrr4; ,''/_::;.
-Sand addre to U. E. Buck Jen fc _n .
your > i word "volume, originally a thing that ,
\, JJQ., Chicago, and get u .free sample i IIDXf is rolled or wound up-i. e., a roll-is -r ;-Pi!

t .. Pr. .King's New Life Pills. A trial : now applied indiscriminately to its sub ". .. J. M. ALVAREZ The clothier aat" .

1tI. oQvlucc yop of their,merits Tlucftre stitute, the book of folded sheets. }I, Furnisher,
The folded sheet, or section, as it is ,
.. pii3r) easy iu action .nd are rtiriicu- r'l-
: called, is bound by simply> sewing or eI' ,
July> Affective in the curt! of Coiittip.aon t tl1 I
; if.
otherwise fastening the parts of the l Dr. Powell's "Never-Fail" Fever Cure
and ,Sick .u &clae. .Fqr Malaria .. CITY MARKETO
'. & uu I sheet to one another at the back crease may be found on saie with any, of the fol.- ; : fa
: Z4ver.troublcs |lcy: have (been proved in.valuable. ; or fold, and a number of sections are h lowing: .,. -- k

1.' They are guaranteed to be perfectly I bound by fa. jriiag each of them to'>.' J.L. GASKIN Starke, Fla. ,,
t 4 free ( deleterious &ut ,.. br.. STAPJCE DRUG CO.. .t '
rapt every > 'T !
: "
I some commou support at the back, so, y1 1'J.l "i-' ' purely vegetable. Tn*. r > OEO.S. ROACH & BRO., New Paver,Fla. .
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