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 15, 1895
Publication Date:
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
29.947222 x -82.108056


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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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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t .. j Awarded r Joseph'Eokert. the baker and confectioner 1,511
NOT i has no advertisement lathe TELJ6R.A.P -
Highest Honors World's Fair r
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; to-day. Read it. I -
: 1 I,: Have yon eves.tested. and Spec .DR. : sIM1pNsFGULATOR i

)'I. !; :.', taclea tilted by an expert? 31r. W. H. Hoffman of River June- i .-. ..,.Are flocking ;to oar 'is f :
0jt lion, visited friends and relatives in this r fjtY
) : i _.....;:these;""fine'October 4aysmirinjf .,
l r WE MAKE (.oily Saturday and Sunday.

: .... the beautiful FaUX
Work on the Masons' building is progressing -. : .

ff, ,wI1 '. 'N?' 'charge for examination, ,. rapidly and soon Bradford Lodge : -.5--.jmd "Winter Goods. 'in aH. 00 T .,
, ; to correct refraction -
: guarantee any will have a handsome home. I, .
' >. that a Spectacle hence! CREAM i _. ....our epartments.. :All.efforts
.r J, will .corr ct. ,No trouble to show, goods. Call and I

,., see J.M.>Alvarez's 'lIne of clothing before .:_...of ',.the. past great as' they
f. :, : CALL; ON US FOR ALTHINGTHE IN he wity.
... BAKING you bay save you money.
t' : GQOQFOB ..'....were, have been far sur '
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- : Mr. and Mrs. 'W. P. Brooks. of Mac- r
"' ind everyone needs zt at all times of threar. < '
J E3 'ELRYLINE __....passed by us this setsoo. ,
.,.,:'..,y. .j' noUa, are visiting Mrs. Brook's parents .< .. Mofcsrii is always atout, and the ;

,,t W. T. SCOTT&' CO. PODIR Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Alvarez, of this city. nly preveutveaijrelief: U to keep the ___....Abundant eyideOf this

!If' Uver active. You rcusi fcep! th:Liver a bit,
" The candidates should alongwith .. ... shown tro aide and
come .it 'every :
",,." .- -. MOST PERFECT MADE and tide test helps! r is thr OSd: Friend, SIMMONS
their announcements. The
cr I A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free do LIVER REGULATOR, the RED Z. all departments our: po!- '.
not know who is running, and under '
\ !. tomAmm,Alum or any other adulterant,, Mr. C. Himrod, of Lancaster, Ohio j -
THE the new election law you c- n't band your ..... of the bcst. ,
40 YEARS STANDARD. says: "Sia.ttONS' LIVER REGULATOR .icy .goods at

......,... yotes around. broke a case of Malaria! :: Fever of three __....lowest. ,prices' prevails;::: .-, '

.,'.,: T. I. K HIG H T. HAPPENINGS IN THE CITY. The opening ball of the Terpsichorean vears' standing for me, and l less than : :. ,
!J' club for the season,will bs given at theIr the bottle did the business. I shall use :

hall this evening The invitations were' It when in nJ, and recommend it.". i

r issued Monday and it is expected thai Be sure that you get it. Always look for StrikeWhile -

Ji".. -, Local Items Picked Up Hen the attendance will be large.; the RED Z on the r=d<1ge. And don't ,: -.41

*. ... and There. forget the word REGULATOR. It is SIMMONS .
'? Mr. A. Bailey is at home again after an We} :
LiVER REGULATOR, and there Is J: .
absence of several months in Col-
spent o
only one, and every one who takes,it is 0
.fcs A NEW PRESS FOR ALL: ABOUT PEOPLE YOU :KNOW ambus, Ohio, nnder the treatment of a sure to be benefited. THE BENEFIT IS v .
specialist. Mr. Bailey's health is much
ALL IN THE REMEDY. Take t *it also for Ironr1Sot } xt
s_ improved and his many friends are rejoiced Biliousness and Sick Headache both arettused .: .
Matters that Have Occurred or j thereat. ':
' : by a sluggish Liver.J. .
? UlegantlyMade Will Occur in the Near Fiv uuOur 'Fall :campaign ,is .on a
County Superintendent Defile l JIVt:8notice H.Zeilin'* Co. Philadelphia. .
% ture-Epitome of a 'Veek'sHappenings .ofu
?' Beautifully Trimmed in Starke. that teachers who use books in ...quik-s milg basis? 'We'have.pat .
j jar. Call In titarke. '
their schools other than those prescribedby
Senator WilKin&on Call arrived here _. prices where: keenest f
Winter is here. the county school board do so at their -- .
own risk, the penalty being the forfeitof last Fnday at noon. He spent the after- -s..competition
_____. will not touch
T Buy your shoes from N. J. Jones. their salaries. noon in renewing acquaintance with old ,

: friends, and Saturday morning at 11 _.usYe call special atten.tion '
65c to 75c.fitinch
;; P.h Sergs The cotton gins are bumming day and !Ir. L W. Hubbard, of Waycross, Ga., o'clock addressed a small audience at the -5- # r

t: > Twilled flannel 75c.Henrietta night. spent Sunday with friend in Starke: court house. He spoke about an hour ... to' oijr. .

i allrwogl 65 c. Special bargains in shoes at N. J. Mr. Hubbard is one of the leading correspondents and strongly arraigned the corporationsof y -k .

j, I Jones'. of the "Empire State of the the country for the part they are playing : t

South," representing a number of the l in polifcs. The senator'could see Line of k
k 42-inch Mohair, black and color,8,50c. Ladies waists at Truby, Sternburg & ,
large daily papers. / nothing: but evil ahead ot the American .
3 : 42-inch Brocade Novelties 35c to 50. Company's. I people if they, do not curtail: the power '
are many good reasons why you
"'b' 38-inch all-wool Tricot 35c. Jamestown worsted. at Truby. btern should use One Minute Cough Cure. of allied capital and put an end to class OressQoodi-
legislation.! He thought that the next "
burg; Co.'s.r ,
'l" ; There are no reasons why you shouldnot

I': 42rinch alliyopl Henriettas_ black and colors, 40c to 50c.48itiph Please call auil settle your hill. Tate if in need of help. The'only harm. campaign the republic would and delermlqo declared"'the that destinyof if the u. .. .1ougbt almost. m every '.in-'

i silk finish Henrietta $1.00. Powell :.1. D. less sults.remedy Starke that Drug produces Co. immediate re corporation triumphed at the polls CIvil -.... .stance from, the manufacturer i

;* r i Henrietta $1 to $1.25. fc "' "> war, would result.., ',\' -
d&yiahW! I'
jparp Read the new advertisement of the< v and; marked &i '
V'i' '"- _- com
The i ;
.l Starke Drug Co Odd,Fellows have recently had He quoted from figures compiled by : ,

38'inch Fancies and Novelties 20c to 25c the stairway and bell tower to their build. eminent staticians to show that the corporations ..,. .,.petition prices.{ :-. ''
A good pair boys' pants for 18 cent Lug painted. The Lodge is in a flourishing aided and abetted :by .class .
.ttf" flack, blue, brown and tan Broadcloth J at J. M. Alvarez's. condition! financially, and many improvements : legislation, were,rubbing the poor peopleof ,. : '. .'.

"r:, 1 /* yards wide 100. in the building are contemplated the country of the necessaries of life. ;
il'! ,1 Mr. Percy Wall, of Putnam Hall, i is InClothing I .> .
for the near future. :and pmohnsized: the statement that $8O.-
r. ,i* .. visiting (in the city. 000,000 were being spent annually by .. .. ftV-i4.
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There are two things to consider when

". i f A 'full line,: of Staples at hard-time -Sternburg New line& Co.'s.of capes at Truby, you buy goods aud that is price and qual- ,:the corrupt r.ailroadslll legislation.the giving Toese,,of figures passes and to .. ;

Wo have both besides unlimited
ity. ,an
t x*,, aces, and Shoes lower than. any- The call for the towu election appears stock to select from' so when in need of !others his hearers of surpassing to take home enormity with he Chain asked;oi '

goods come. and see us. ,We'are sure to
in this week's TELEGRAPH. : consideration. and Gents'Furnishings R
,, WbJJ'Q'' er please you. Truby, Sternburg& Co.Its He did not 'reiterate his sUUmeat that :\4

.. Mr. Gardiner's answer to Mr. Daugb- '
>l 140 newspapers in Florida e subsidized
erty will appear next week. : just as easy to try One Minute
. :.(. Rt w by the railroads, bat 'did not fail to pay
Cough Cure as anything else. It's easierto
A line of dress goods at his to Brother Porter of
t'h. new respects the
, cure a severe cough or cold with it. s
Truby, Sternburg & Co.'s.A Baptist Witness saying that eYeD some r
4 Let your next purchase for a cough; beOne bur ..u':_We are leader Tie:BHOK. :
teachers of the of blessed
<:,,, Minute Cure. Better medIcine religion
first-class: piano for sale or rent. Ap- Cough -
;iI''!: '> Jesus Christ had bowed the knee to cor. _,._. ia .
< ply to Truby, Sternburg & Co. ; better results; better try it. Stare Departraeftt t our pride. --f ,
gA1q examine for : influence.
,, fAA. yourself. porate
Drug Co, _
!. >' Furniture and house-keeping goods at f The Senator touched lightly upon the _. ...Caa 'fit your fed''aJa4 .your
i' ... '* & Mr.R.. L. Maines, who was assignedto financial question, but in substance old
",'f Truby, Bteinburg Company's. .._ ... -ket-book'without trouble.
the last ,
the Lake Butler school at his hearers that the who favor
men goldto
IV. T. A. KNIGHT. Cbildrens cloaks, a great variety], meeting of the school board, has declinedto the detriment of silver are in touch. ,..,_In* IiATS'we''have:, the latest ii
at Truby, Slernburg & Co.'a. accept the position. Mrs. J. E. Hare and sympathy with the corporations and r

:;: ".-=t' .. per, a most estimable lady, has accepted the money power, and are likewise trying .. _.. shape* and I colors' at much.
,oj< For la grippe use Dr. Powell's Feyei!
the of assistant but the school is '
place to the classes to gratify ,.,. asked
Cure. It "never fails" to cure it. oppress poor .less prices: than ,those ,
.f Tv' B SWEAT without principal. their own greed,for gain. 3 prJ
, yy Special attention i is called to N. J. Dr. E. L. /Stewart, one of Starke's When he had finished bis address Mr. ....elsewhere. t.heaame, goods. >

'no'} 1 Jones' new stock of capes and jackets. most popular physicians paid our towna Call was roundly applauded and many of I ... i

New dress goods-the right kind and visit this week. The'doctor like many his bearers stayed to shake hands and . ..The GROCERY DEPART-. '
Goods others who Lak Butler talk with him. Bo left on they o'clock -
Pry never saw before
: right prices.. Truby. Sternburg.. & Co. expressed himself as being favorably impressed train for Jacksonville. .. _.JV1ENT. is the moSt complete ;
,. Garden Bermuda onion seed and with the town, and thinks it hasa ,.
peas Notice to Debtor ... ..inthe'county,, r
C4f .... Notions ?<. onion sets at Truby, Sternburg& Co's. bright future.-Lake Butler Bulletin Hating sold. my drug store it )is absolutely -U' ,.:.' d.

i'f 0 Mayor A. L. von Kim has yielded to necessary to close my business.If '
Ibis Leona Blitch is at home after
again ,.,.Our s are the- I
:y A ,> a pleasant visit to the Atlanta exposition. the solicitations of his friends'and will you.owe me please make it convenient. u gpHMiUis? S I
again make the race for the office of to settle your account at once.

)f' Furnishings Etc. 'Squire F. B. Johns of New River mayor. He has made a conservative and E. I, STEWART, M. 1.. Hardware i
7 {
paid the TELEGRAPH a pleasant call Mon- conscientious officer and it is but natural jfi
If want an elegant dress at
"fJS day. that his friends should desire to see -him you %t
medium a Jamestown. l; a 3
a price buy i
continued at the head of the municipal ,
shoes stock is .
In out complete.Old
very worsted at Traby, Sternburg & and. Furniture.

: k ; LATEST STYLES.. prices prevail. Truby, Sterburng government. Co.'a. .

.,1'i ... & Co. In a few days I will have a new as-

",,; Dr. Tate Powell has the telephone between sortment of staple and holiday goods -- ..-Department., llere you will '

iv PRICES THAT WILL SELL THEM again. his office and residence in operation suitable presents.for The Christmas main feature and New will Year' the DON'T RE AD THIS ......find a wonderful assortment

.. ... fait
., j ?nce.which will be reduced to suit the good, d'yon cannot
We are buying cotton reports to the
11 .'. ._ times. Many goods will be reduced to I. .*.. be with,.
contrary notwithstanding. Truby, Stern u to-- pleased the bar- .
the regular wholesale prices at U. IK .tgaias
:fir \ burg jfc Co Miner's Johns' block near railroad.Mr. __ .... we will give you, '

HATS AND SHOES Col. W. T. Weeks made a business 'Ve have just received ,. s c t
1 t. Felix D. Witkovski left Wednesday
trip to the western part of the county a fine stockof
on a canvassing and collecting tour
this week.
of the county for the TELEGRAPH, He Candies and Garden Remember ,

'! If Every Description l Satisfaction Guaranteed. The latest needle-toe shoe in Ford's: fine has a bill for every subscriber in. the Seed. Also a r

. footwear just received at Truby Stern- county who is in arrears and everyoneis fine line of Grocer* I.-. -. .We are, still doing business. t.

t burg f? Co's.It requested to pay him. Any courtesies ies and Tinware. ''
/ extended Mr. Witkovski will be highly >> .... .at the old atand., a ;
is.a pity that every Northerner can- Come and
appreciated by the management of the get ..
GROCERIES not come to Florida and help HS to enjoy .'"
T LEOI3erg. t prices on Middlings .
this fine weather.
and Bran before yon
')1'1 Rheumatism caused. by: lactic acid in- .
& Livingston have a neat advertisement .
Sapp buy ,
tha blood.. Hpod's Sarsaparilla.neutral-
1Staple'. and Fancy. Fresh and Complete. Stock, in to-day's paper but they' re. ttesthts acid'aod completely and permanently
quest you not to rend it
cure rheumatism. Be sure to STERNBURG
'i > .- I, Shoes! Shoes better and'cheap. get ouly. Hood's.

STAIIKE, er than any other house in town. Come Rood's' Pills cure-nausea, sick-head. SAPP & LIYINGSTON, -

.T SWEAT T and see and be convinced. J: ... M. Al- ache, indigestion, biliousness. Sold by & C 0 "
1f varez. all druggists. -orrgsrxz TISOS'S BOABD1XQ HOUSELa .. '

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; g; < :; '. .,' :." );::Proieesoi_ Leopoid''Batre'e, 'Carator, ; Ere reaching thee, 0 somewhere I should:feel and ..look like a'goose;,I It;was not' "needed,,, ; ButlfaflDgetpreastoofciii Bye

fit: ,,:: 1 /l .'-,: .....:-4)t1hd Iexicaa'Mnaenmie:preparing; :' JFar: ,.dim-guessed realm Somewhere.; never'nad a";':>yon "Of course,'I shall be' Peroline,was It lleth bruised, a thiij f

M": t''' f. '... ...'> ',' '<',...'av--P..pnperN; arguing 'the. :;.kinship, ,ol!,the Beyond the present's pain,' keep it'to:comfort'.yon;: all but this of any Bervice; :only ; ; eUie curls, than id A lover s love iiLTa t- fe

f.. ,. ,,1 ;a Ii'- -,," ; : r ,' and Chinese to'the' Mayas and! Where' dallying-, sails'that. .eome'theroNe'e' queer yellow orchid. I never saw' one enrolwhere i the: and A fairy skiff that tooehaij
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like if would
II ., leave thy ports again: andperhaps if I_ somewhere Perhaps: you : : And then/with soda o
1"t'' eel. then life is done, and striving's o'er. ,very conspicuously it might paused,' for, he '-could not 'He has sent i
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.5.f -" :: '; ...".'; .. : 'Hay some strong hand upon thy shore catch Captain 'Anthony's eye."; name, andyet she was: v : ; -.awokb

;; : / t :'< )t. is proposed: Chicago to have I Reach out'a welcome evermore "But, Snkey,,is 'quite ;too fectly ,familiar with his. .- ? AloverV'lbveirlfSf

i el I ,'the 74treet'cars atop for'.passengers at. .. To pilgrims seeking Somewhere! I awfully ugly .with that gown." I ceded, with',a'sense of itr ; .;, Andweptbetittl. UI' __

"G !" :*i ..". '. ,.,:L ". '. ;":"ihe'first-in8tead-of; : ,the.. second/'cross-1.. j ,rIm T:'Halettt Memphis Ccmmetcial-Appeal. "And my .hair,": 'finished Susan, I faction. She :liked' his. :- Weep II fro hold It'fast cad

p''"' :Sf,: : ', r:: ,: J :,.;-t.:::dng'" of- ; 'street... 'It ;.is :thought""- ; that" | without" a touch of bitterness in'ber. I liked his"utter. ;: ; ,* Or-jeSltl 3Z&- w'witli'- '
I., /; '. : smile. 'The'uglier the better perhaps l seen with 8U b. dress'as writing inf %
c.....J {J: '1\ '.1'' ?st'-ttis.gauld'reduce; the'danger' ;<<: ,of abciA A Wallflower's Mission, he will notice this skirt.1 I think ; ''No'bounce," .she children o| v-
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; ,MS. HAY-THESI-' warranted to attract attention." What'.was odder still, first thing
?' i /, The Jiji, Shimpo, says Japan',"should ger had one of the The orchid fastened in, Susan hud-. really.interested in her .eo-opera- pANB.: Pato

,'.I k, ,' :. ":buy her warships in. the :UnIted, Statesbecause largest houses in died on her cloak, and .indifferent,;:46'stray : member: 'of toa

,.; .:t this country. ,is J pan'. e .r "' London. Her "Good night; my own darling., I carefully made-up eyes. : > united pur Amias is do
.. ; '" r I shall be all the time and dared- ask the that i go k'I
: ? ." boat- customer. For ten, years' w e' husband had thinking you ; >
.' made to bed early, aud I'll wake chatty little Roman, who would bo' .hi
; ;{ ;. ., .have a fortunein go yea up 5nsaamor -.
: : bought more .Japanese products
the city, andthough when I get back. know him so well. :He was Give him tb;
': '
i ,/ :?:than allEnrope. k it was Susan was introduced to two good getting faces since he but gentle -.not,

", .c'\ '!, .: never very clearly looking 'young 'men: One, of them that beastly glass. He ; hi* :tap;- When we'do"! nc

:. \ '. '. Says Boston.Journal, ) : 'How few explained how bowed and passed. The other put her ling with it, and' then',' him kindly: nerare apirY ill

:;. ..... .people know that the shamrock of this feat had been down, for number eighteen. "By surprise, he saw:'. long nnhappi--'l.-Truth.. ,, ., .
:;. : which time I, trust I' shall be tuckedup quaint orchid-a, else "": -
Ireland is the white clover, of the; accomplished spray one Thema1l..who.. .abeiag .;, rlYt
..: United States. Yet''' 'the trifoliumTepens people showed a n in bed," thought Susan, the 'phil had been assured by a a habit,; ;igrsii

1 amiable readiness osopher. However, she got a chair in was unique, and for which : him yon 'it impoteia}Ia. n8e";

... .as it is technically termed, is ; to help her to the hall next a girl with red elbows, accordingly... v it I'T. .,.,..'h' ..... ::-: ., ittgh
v he successor of the oxalis acetosella spend it while it lasted. :5er ball on and a satin bodice all rucks, who ."How curious we should l to grant r When J'rul

:.' in the emblematic service of the Irish June 18, 1894, was an event for Kensington seemed as .partner less as herself, and the same very uncommon o .aid him' |f instead of yqn.i appreciating. ._ ___it_

\ ., :ra e. and even Bayswater. At No. who, being much younger, felt it far marked the. diplomatist in steadily, I themselves that they haven|

I ...' ., ., J 100 Queen's Square, the abode of Mr. more keenly. Susan always talked to easycomment:, as she firmly ad- : -Atchison.: Globe. fT' ,

I, ..:' On Monday of several weeks a Symes Protheroe, it was the event ofthe any girls who happened to be dnllandlonely. of surprise. They had once yield i *v ;
,. ago Labor is the rule
season to one member of the She remembered a time when oyster bar. It'was recognize ;
; ; certain financier whose name is'at the fa mil .. she had been much too to ventureto water take bipedsT The barnyatesthetic
When! a card arrived fore shy glasses an wishes ,in a '
I. .'. : moment upon the lips of ,all who St ")liss Protheroe and Mr. Robert bring: out her drawing-bloak and to procure. There is{no etcher have' !h I

: '. .interested in finance in London, is said Protheroe" it had given one of the make covert sketches, as she did now against which :a waiter Bomethincr, for allying.-Truth.' ; ,

: ; : "/ "to have made two millions of money f prettiest pretty girls a happy mo with a cleverness that made a look at it is BO alien to his own so, and, yeasfDo JIM'gimywl U n

; ': before 10 o'clock in tho ment. Mrs. Protheroe was a lean. a sort of pictorial diary she kept a "Very odd, .indeed. 'whining, t ezerciae4": CruasonSm" '
\ morning- pushing mother, with a Blackheath mnch-prized privilege among her that man is ; your .poor. : him whine. he goes for a tramp'nearlyj, J
that is,.'"'tome 'considerable time beflore accent, keen to marry her daughters, xiends. think we are lost tantalize Yonkers_ ,Statesman. ,

,d ; ,fh'e :market'! generally opens.k and indignant with them for not gratifying "Rather slow work, looking on," "Yes, mino was a'' disturbed or :. Auntie Jessie: oY-t
: .
: her maternal ambition. A perpetual hazarded Susan, whose keen eyeswereon somebody who-wa.s what he de- I:you tell me what ''lazy: ...
for son-in-law had the perpetual watch for one at coming here she 'took" it nd.he' '{ eiiir ea'
'Miss. Rorer; a teacher of cooking quest given. any ,; :- L'azy ? i j
., asserts that a1 a' her an eager, restless expression, and all like Peroline's rapturous description bouquet." that: as soon nitric""-ter**'Q gj\' fp ,
as people to
we eat
'... 'ranch bread the young men fled before her in terror -: of Captain Bridgenorth. "He He turned the dull red have. it, : Stranger"Iavonldlitebill :
-and pOOr bread at that L ., isn't good-looking perhaps
so very equivalent for make up '
i ?
; 4.j
.:-and" ,.that.. the. idea'th t "bread is the That is to say, until the youngest but he has something quite, quite different "Then you know Miss IYa, a .3too: ;4aertainly 1 John head{

,,' Staff of life" is a mistake. Not, that' daughter of all came out, and then from other men about him." "Very well; in 'fact,' I rapid' man that shotguu.r--AtIaai'; e

;: good t bread is not' wholesome, but they .were: almost ready to contemplate She of the red.elbows looked surprised Didn't you know me?" t? another. ;;jutIO;; ..ttl/f"
; S.: her as a possible mother-in-law. For but grateful, as she replied: Susan's little eyes help
,, S there is not sufficient .nourishment in Perolino Protheroe was a beauty of "I think it is horrible. Every time 1 saw that this poor young to some-, uotier'Fannie) what&l. .
.. .. ':it to..warrant overloading'the stomach the plump, fair-haired, apple-blossom go out it is just the same, and:yet I the florist had made ,minutes he 'tal of Connecticut? :Fa h

)r :. with it.. She also states excessive type. She had such serene blue eyes always want to come ;, I seem to fancy mistake. To fetch glasses of himself. 7y) don't' know.. I 'told i

t : .bread eaters are always too stout. and such a bewitching smile that at that it will really be; nice at Jast.U, was one ''thing. To buy 'sight to finished geography' last'

: t. her very first party she had captivated "! used to think that, too," saidSusan dear flowers to be worn by to gain -Brooklyn.Trn. Eagle._ I fiing'to '. .J", ""' *1f:.,

a wealthy bullion broker. Yet, for cheerfully, "but it is a mis was downright-ugly ; under the '- >> :y"'U'U. uounClfOr\;
'historic city of:; Georgetown, reasons'she dared not hint, to Mrs. take. Home is the best place for some was quite another: He was : oa hc3 of : bpeji;thS frpn i pSl"cigar. -

.District, of' Columbia, is no more. Protheroe, she had summoned up all of us." enough to grasp the true ." 'Really now U JiJ've '-

S .f:s Under the. authority. of'an.act parse, her courage and refused Mr. Cnlder- "I know it's wrong," said the other affairs. The glass of, '. b en'ambkinti i d"istes i

"ly Congress, ,in Febrnal.1last, it is annexed sack.' An event had occurred which girl, hesitatingly, "but'oh, I do feel this juncture. Captain : :: "." Schone Biaue'Donao. fyZ

toWashingtoD< ''and "- made the gentle Teroline .as obstinate so dreadfully jealous of pretty people. looked so very crestfallen !1 is to Boatman-".'0, mister' ,:'i.;,
f" '.' a few as her eldest sister, Susan. She had Look at that girl by the door with the it that''Susan relented. A iu.P.i1i1s- ton have 'a boat'now;: thera'i.

:' >., ,, '. .weeks ago the consolidation was: corn secretly fallen in love while away on blue velvet bow in her hair ; her rious expression came across to the well just om ngalong."' 1uSwell :

;::l f! 5 ': .' ::'pleted and the )identity of the former, a. country visit. The three inter- mother is very ill, dying, they say, as they went down. the es3 ,- be hanged I din'*jAS .

.:t S .t .. .. .city wholly' ;.annihilated'by' renaming mediate sisters were away when Mrs. and yet she is here/" "Yes'I' am 'Miss of the usual good as his?"-Boston G"There \

t : '.: its streets and, squares to conform to Thesiger's invitation arrived, and toPeroline's She was young, onl.about eighteen, think'you stayed at .. knowl .; goesyotin "A N

.J<. i. ; '! .." he dismay and. Susan's angry and was taking the harsh inevitable my little sister." fliers did iha
system in vogue at Washington. ; you hear jbA1 j:|
l' I indignation, Mrs. Protheroe an- very hardly. Susan had learned her "Oh, is she here to-night? paths'of 'flow) out his'brains .h a"tiis"'
:.1 f:" : nounced, with a decision there was no own lesson quickly and with serenity. she might be." '
ones refused ;him?"' ;
\ S .: ., Harper's :Weekly thinks there is gainsaying, that Susan was to accept "Take my advice," she said, cheerfully "No she is not here; she'. ? .To creed?" "They ,don't+ knpv.n.; Ilcl
y ., "'13omtfground for, believing! ; that when it "don't come to balls unless you grace." expression, lyn Life it ,"
.. (, ., the'Earl 'of'Danrayen 'departed from Susan had always detested balls. are obliged. The little pin pricks one "In disgrace!I" The he af mutes to Counsel for '' AiC&l.tiealfy"You'r ;

-...our shores he left She had always known she was ugly; has hurt, I know. But if you are compelled voice, and said, as if to ideas ;is a the.'D.afen ;-
a new'word fellor
'i behind now that she delft make the ) nice ,i
" was thirty she felt the to best of it- touch
: '. 'ihitn for our.' use. To dnnravenj,,it fact much less. She' probably stifleda try to enjoy the flowers and the pretty do' 'e".1"1' as you?" Witness for theOPlaiafcl;
Queen I
can no they '
wrong. .
" 'eeemsj;' is to refuse to: play witho a private pang or two in her first music." Evidently he was named. dually)-: 'I am'sir; ulif-Ijm
very far ,
# ;; ;; showing adequate grounds, for with- youth 'as she sat a lonely wallflower, "Well, 1 call you downright wonderful deed. :They were back and ap we on my oath I'd"eaythe' samaoTitBjts. t.- :iI.:
i! .
K ,...
; and realized that ., .... ;
I ,?drawing dunraven,' *|accordingly no one was ever at and if there were more girls time, and he administered put into, A v...
all dance with'her, % TolitiCSij !
likely* $o unless like I shouldn't'mind half i th'stlf.
. ; 1 .is'a refusal you things water, very kindly making. persons'
: forreasons '
J ; play. ; notoonBidered compelled to do so. But no amount as much." She did not specialize the fer of any further help. sheedding,! "always reminds me Otea nit

: -- satisfactory., The new'' of neglect could spoil her imperturbable things she meant. But Susan,was not You must rest," he said, we !--realize .iwticed'when IfiftfJmtfU:'.''i i

word:is three.syllables long, whichis good temper. She had hosts of attending ; she was staring with all brotherly way, "and ,then ; learns from' saTilor." "WKatwasthatfJ-7 ': -

'. against it.. But' persons' who use it girl friends who knew the advantage her might at a short man with. fair you must let me take yon in se long ne gooarknbwm'nt- lEopesypn've .. .

', i, 'hold. that it with lucidity and or ,a comrade who could not bear a mustache and an eyeglass. In his but- tle sapper." He forgot that the 'word, got ap 1J.-Wa11iin
' conveys rival., Men were repelled by the cuticle there was an orchid, 'which ',; Jj'; "
'. : l' ...< --despatch ana not been introduced.' Then the 'great Putor-topessaiit( girl !.
: ; ; which could not stumpy figure which seemed made "" ,
have been blossom
> dI might a plucked anxiously to Susan! : "Have who can Yc4U.eepIOP,101i? 2eass i.
s .,. ..I .. :/ otherwise. be'' imparted without con-; show the absurdi., of eachsucce'eding from the spray she'wore upon her dances left, and if so, will : ; "Begone mi Joyw haS gone,

s '. .,%idefable cir nml .cntion.. 'It is proper fashion, by her freckles, badly hanging lade berthe. She me all you can?" whose army.fort1ari'8Yeafs." ;P&6.'

.!'" ,' 'i1 -', nw': 'to add that the'word. is admitted 'to ':her scanty locks and her big mouth. rushed to a prompt, and, as it happened Will you sit out the rest neglected; 'tht'>se will soon be 'o1'er. then'
But Susan had a very pleasant smile a correct conclusion. The reurn." ..Y' ;:
a' t .. ..bean;; Americanism.Ob'serves. .' and beautiful They eat down,' and ugly the State ; Peasant Girl- ,' l
-1 capable hands. orchid was so peculiar. No one else the happiest girl in that highlYin afraid that"n, the memie.'mho .

$& r She adored her youngest sister, and had anything like it. Still, the conclusion "I go to India one'has a ; will marry"'me."=T1E Bitt:.:

r .the Springfield (Mass.) Ref she which.alone knew of the little romanceof was ,something of blow to Anthony Bridgenorth, his father :z'Ahal" said Mrs. Stro ". m..

-publican: Dealers in sporting goods Captain Anthony Bridge her. He was looking about and inspecting serious, "but our time is first in- she and her husband sat ia 'oad
north the hero.
in of the was Also that his the various couples curiously, : andl shall be home in < 'tUuSee
.some leading cities are*quot ed leave a ? The Paris cafes listening to \ .
was nearly over and that he but failed :1
to find the
object hard time '
ias that very to go at the there.;.there is a'wooaaa
there has ]p
.'" : saying been a tree would be at Mrs. Hay-Thesiger's balL of his search. Susan and her friend good-by to jour sister. .
in that is
orchestra. She
rmendous falling off in the demand for Susan exhausted every means in her were partly hidden by a screen, and I "Peroline 'is .very ny simple helnfPrsaehhow. ;':
young{ to.: her
:' b playing cards aud gambling deyicesof power to induce her mother to change with a few rapid touches she sketched I san interpolated, with an : child. ." ."l'hinkso?" laughed
her mind. "You know, mamma, I do him he stood. A
e lat -'rGambling," says a member the establishment as healthy, ordinary sense of being consolatory. Strongmind. "I don't. That

, ;/ of a Philadelphia sporting goods firm, will, take notice no credit.of No one young Englishman, quite commonplace '"But she is so lovely, is playing the secondper'a fiddle.y
any me, whereas and with no especial characteristic one like her,",.said the
I ; means what ,it Jew Peroline would meet }
I ; Rae, a heaps of men beyond an attractive soldierly conviction that thrilled Doran Bazar.d
,: ,, ; sears agowhep immense 'establishments ; richer even than Mr. Culdersack. alertness. It was a very good likeness little picture Peroline, I re I Ia.: ,
Then I have no gown, and she looksso for he kindly her ten min of"thelatcct Pfd:", :.
.J 'equipped with every devic'e gave falling on the white ,roses, of 'a' -
;y ,' \ and furnished lovely l in her white lace." utes in which to do it. itself '"That is isaner of ;
: in most lavish luxury, .Mrs. Protheroe, however, was obdurate Her companion watched her "Some quite true. Upon In a recent the afbaM
r. r. ': .' I were running- with open' doors in and ,though Susan racked her 'admiringly." You have made pencil him while I am fellow I will tudinal of the rud Y.); Commercial, John ..R.I' .I ..

;.'. ,-. { 've-q'large. city and especially in th. ingenious brain for excuses she could rather better looking than he is," she I meant to have gone.spoken am to ,of.axui, giVS'some' interesting rem .
:. '> ; '"West" The late \ not find one that was' likely to be aoce'pted. commented. of Walter.Hunt, who in the opiri .
anti-gambling and told
cru- her
that she
is all .
to the : I IOrijfia
"Understand 'many, including Mr. Chap, .a
J feade, of which the rade on the Louisiana plainly,Susan, Susan laughed softly. "That is because to"You nua1Jy ,
that to I re- real) inventor of the sewing
you are go. will not have itT this portrait is to be ;
present have I
.. -,Lottery was a general feature, said that never gave you a chance." to somebody who thinks Captain Anthony my very "best [ j along by, "Lit me close," he' say, u ,

a .. ,. seems to have_ ,achieved great practicalresults. So it had to be, and pretty Peroline Bridgenorth is di11'erenfrom they not are hopeful ones. [ pencil ''aneidoteof ,his talent in the liei
.' f sadly helped her sister to say more. Peroline's; g'ot elec- inv ration.. He came into my oM,a
r .,
put on an every one else in the world, but I can'tBee cret must only be revealed .
wire with :
-- unbecoming and rather rumpled coral it myself, so I have had to imaginea liPS Her voice Nassau street, New York ba:
E, Says the London Spectator: The pink garment which seemed to have little. But how white you look Do than she guessed. was more en 'looking .quite downhearted, amy a3
'r been planned to show how inquiry "VvTiat's the matter.1
J r eta esm u of Pekin, secretly irritatedto > dowdy accordion you feel faint or ill? Then think I '
:. madness by their defeat at the plaiting can look. -Perolinewas "I hardly know. I am a little giddy; If it had you been her may be shut .Hunt?'.he replied, 'I owe youdon't ...
-* :.' wearing one of last year's school'girl's I suppose it is the heat;or the flowers own to any but 1, Chapin? Well I've not$ ,
.bands could
san not have said 'it
= of '"the. pigamiy people, who, white dresses, and looked young or something." ord would in the world,' and don't knowto .

of 1 #_, like themselves, are Mongolians, yet er ,and sweeter than ever. The big Susan looked positively pleased. .or Her more listener sweetly. st satisf c- get one.' -Upon my.a3sur nca

tave surrendered their minds to the blue eyes were bright with tears She had formed a bold, scheme, 'andfound deeply. touched but was course dur it'did not matter; h< estdle,;
.he the auto: -
which rained down on a of don't know where;* tvictuals. ; a
- West. have decided that, as' between bouquet an unconscious coadjutor ready Then she showed him the of the o ,
flowers she '
* held. Alas there Atter.walkingthefloot
r.. tIle two ambitious Powers was a to hand.'I will go and get some trait of him she had '
r: : they choose previ-
j card with -
them. He had not forgot water for yon. Just lie back the a few minutes in a brown stnar ,
.Raasia as the protecting and.guiding ten her,'after all They might have cushions-nobody can see on behind found ready words. They inventor, exclaimed "I have: it. I'll be a
, ; : been you so fluent, when, with'a [ a ship dur- flewcnll
I .friend.. The,Russian Ambassador, not so happy. the screen." touches from the afternoon and-pay yon. .

i ? : lot \ -the Japanese, will be'the ruling "I n- ."If even there was a chance of your The fact was, Susan had decided on own face was before apt him pencil trip may his shop, took\ Apiece of brass .
getting introduced to him I could a little the ship's abotit eight inches l Jong, *bone
; .flnence" experiment. For two
i' y in Pekin, and if China months plenty of '
remodels inquiring glances W' Orleans '
bear it, she wailed; "but I dara not she had heard of Anthony .nd, turned a coil in the cesindlt

[l' t' ,:;herself,. which is 'doubtful, it write, and I can't even thank him. I a quite .peerlesS person.Bridgenorthas .At last directed towards this couple, loop_on the other end befit

..; f\ trill be under Russian. officers, Russian. 'shall never, never see him again; they she, too, had made a hero of him, so, occupied Presently that'secluded to Susan's seat over and 'made'' thsa 1m Dbl ,

ft. financier, and Russian engineers. go to India tomorrow, and I shall be that this ordinary young man came as he remembered, herforlorn great pin .ow in'common'nse ;'took it do -

'Hatred counts for a great\ deal in ht', perfectly miserable till I die. No, a revelation. Yet she was certain it "Now let me take the mur into Greene street, sold the right
t.; Susan: you are a dear, but you can't was he. The question to be decided you"two said: $400 cash, came in before four o'clw*
', ;Dan affairs and it looks fortably in to
certainly as know "' He '
how I feel. supper
: in
paid: said .
was whether he was quest me my $15, and ,
worthy of Paro-
m c if the Manchus, outraged in their Susan good as his word, ani *
deep was too sensible to lament, line's tears. Straws show the drift of Jorkins Chapin, make out the papers for W '
\vfv? 'eeated pride by the Japanese victories but she felt dolefully that her chancesof the wind. The fashion in which has cheery forlorn repast at s vacant :in,- the at oiee and your money is read J*

'k ti! 1 had. ;sought" aid from'a house which. sole introduction hope. were. a broken reed treated this little emergency would bea e than ever one, when was more that plainest amazed Tit-Bits.''lost ,hoth. yon/.' ,-I I ''I

ji : : they:;regard' as equal, against a house " good gauge of deeper matters. Toplaypreux enij touched Captain '

-:; I ', ,> which for centuries they have cons :d- ccnraging'Z ,am Fairy taking, she that said little en chevalier to Peroline in glass with'he own and Arabian 1>,r"Di .
: : treated ; the graceful languor an indisposi next meeting,"he Arabian women i go : .
r vr-cred and 'u inferior. That itjta drawing-block. If I can get a quiet tion that would be certain to responded CoL, tC J
become mistakable their hands and
: ,,: corner I will sketch sentiment. mounix'st ,
';t ; astonishing change, and one .whichxaay 'Oh, I'll find him'out -your Captain. her as everything else did was quite ,As they came away the corps of > eight days, and dal
w never fear. I the
,. profoundly' affect the fntura'bothf should go to sleep if 'I hadn't lit- another squiring two such beginning, and Susan went only ing tnat.time'they. will drink noffiift
. < Great Britain and my damsels as herself and her protegee.' with her in the tfie ground that hne dohnot
"': .. Japan. tIe block, and I .often find Captain.. It was th..l.on its white
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., ibe Italians i f made intd brandy.r "* .-f ;> Tv- -: %/ > NoW .Florida audNorthern' -' dK/. ." "
,t 0' "p 'W1 ;4nor can hope 01 : 'I :. ..'Hf'+' ... _
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anyincreuein; the1riesports. nrppeah 7 ; < i'witia 4 -
.'ii'Jl .;.I. f.4...1'.. i' l4-y 4 l', I.. 't..j".q t 1sMtire! %,pwing;,to.the ocim. GROWTH. : '. .() ."TlllS' 80mB.. : ,' 1, ,1 >. .. ,, .' :, : '' :Trunk; e.t. .. "<'! t _
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f. Industrial' nd1tIon .n port a ,J 'F.ECT i .'. ". ;,
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: Germany.:EngUnd:>Fxanc*r:Belgium for; the.Fast .Week. : :Fearful,';Collapse .ol .The Journal -... \ ..' ,-' 't,I L. "t .', .r .'....t-.. '. '. .J t'
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tO. condition MD1 : : .
Reports as industrial Building at Detroit. . .
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tion oif'iwo.mllHon bOXe$1Of .; -uo. : .
t ,. ,. 'orangesajd in "c"P. :Q' Pon Wi "m "
I ; all partaker south for the'pistweek'alio. : !
_ -. ,. .lemons.'tTeceiva only 'one fourth'fromItaly. I' .- ,j -a '_ f" '
X that tho-;variations the - '
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..4:4: 'te ijJA S'iJC ""- crt. .*'; <&, 8'40) ., ',630p703p ,7 Lv3'w1e ar ". a H1 + I ,, ,., t.. .
"" ", cotton market have not been felt:ir At about 9, .o'clock. Wednesdaj 4 80p SA 1(31 940 !: : : .
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rderearorske A <...
county on ..
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"". other lines of .business. ,The being morning the boilers in the' Journal 'l2Ot. ,' .' .,... _.... .1.
crop 630p702t. < .
rid IondflTv'iri January tar,the : 91iu .. .; = Sa'soyHrC'y '. '
f Ihe Packwood murder,casel iJ t. r }.National: Editors, short and.the'demand very great ;building, Detroit, Mich., exploded ....; .." ,..W.. ? .., 84p IUSa. Everett jar .'& ,;1 ,. ...# J ::: ., .,: ,
.B'B ht'er'(1it( ': with t3rrific'f A the ,_- .. ., .. JJr'ngtricklt"Savinnah' ._... "-.
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e 1' -; .. .u. n f* tJt f tb&NMlo 'all growers of cotton are getting aeon ; rce. portion .3fr .. .v i. i. < . !"U. ..' Js- .. .
,_, AS'" ,4 -_ -. Journal .ot' 'and building, about 40 feet wide' immediately .. .... ...S3 10 SIp U42a 56' T 4p". ..; ;; '....., *. '
?",'' $1} jst ; (Chicago,. :OrgThf2ed -.; .siderable dva'noejop.; what was expected ....!; ... "t'IO4lptIWatvS'v'nn'har I '. :.4S4p '. ".t..' ....- J
I i have been flIed'in tlte"u1 iw president of the National and settlements' collapsed, burying scores of ... uo....... ,._..'
p rsji in the,'s ring;: *! peo ..:. :. Hr 128. lUp iIFatzfsl lv 350a 2S2p .e' ;., : .H
..owri'/oVlbe: northerndistricnoridaln .Editorial\association, and''J.',M..Page, cow being are ,on: good, t I.I: # pie in the ruins. .I... .....Jt 5 "..'. ,6 on t.,'Lunsta.. '. 840p1105p .;.. Q;-Ot .1. ..'. ..'....t' .

_ the,- -filibufltering.atI CorrespbndinK 7"s ry:'of,the'association -. other lines sack 'as.,cotton'manuf ac" L Four dead and several injured were ;... .. ..i g 1.2. 2 25p ''''nrk :0 1 48o Vl?.. J. ). :I74VtrrW ,. .. i ,
"?Key: "The dit for hearing''thlJibirever e' in Florida missionto soon taken out. A great maD'' girls .... .. .400pftlWp otlnda. 13& trto. 0 :. ; ;*.: # .. ,","' '
I are on a joint turing iron making'lumber and coal. .- : t.... .....'' ...,. .. '. G. t
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,,'has.not,.been,nrrange d, s.rrangWthe'itinerary'of the' socla- everything is prosperous. The s nth'a and _women were employed ,.in, the ....... .... : ..lOOJa. .. A.hevflle'"Charlotto". ... :. : IO. .. ,.:.. ......." 'V1-;': -

_ '.,. : .. lion, which-will hold the annual meeting great advantage ,this year is that its building. There were probably :a ..... ...... 7a. 'i"- .t :4 "'hi .. 4'
SJ illat .... .. .... io' .8 47* 93S) VaUsburr1; .*".... 780a & ,.,. I.*! ..- 'Z'J ., .:t"
_ hundred the .. v. M
_ : E ; l. of 1895 in St;:Augustine January: cotton erop.haS 'been made'for leSs or .more persons in. ... .. ..;.: 1015. tO4 n"Gr'ii b'r.l200pM.p.mville.>i. 60a.s :;. .\... :..; t *
_ nwi11oo' .Q 'einoeration..: 21st, next. .Mr 'Page/says; ,that thia money than ever, before, is being sold wrecked porti-Jtu, The following is a ._.. <.:.....:.. 1553s lCO .7'7. .:..... ,._ ";.. .: j .,Kilfei.:

t'JM>W putting ia machinery4.*!Thii itinerary- will;; ba,left('largely the for higher prices and the proceeds ire list of the dead as'far as can'be ascertained ..... .... .-.: .0 I. ai "'...'.R' h m' "... .. 1235a248a eg ,, ,..........'.;..- 'M.:' ,
:quit halp) theplacdjaB' h e Florida State' Press association and the almost all available for investment, 'ai at present: TwO unknown men, ...;.. ..... ...."..:.. 14ip401p .1.3&5a"Ch'rrts'rle'I"'' ,32;.r; '':::; ... -_--' /y r.''- ;
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o to'bring. several families ,to general" passenger agents,of Florida home"grown'eupplies were 'never before twounknown'ginlu.JobO S., Derby,, .-... ...:.. ....,. 3 .i 8StVP '642t "W.fg'n' .I0ra -' '". ,. '

:in Ihe.'cedar business. railroads. ,. raised in BO great quantity. Lizzie Tapley.and Henry Larvier., '. ................; 12)t"80'& .'B'1timo" :
rft'' ,":-- .'-I: notice," said:Mr.. PAge "that The list of new cotton mills as reported The list of injured'is along one, ... ........-..... J., 25 102). Pa.IeL.__ ; j'- ."'.
_ cald, "\that!a Georgia" v.t companj'1.( r.< L there is, 'considerable rivalry,':between for the week includes $250- and it is probable that some of those -... ..:_.. 62 1251p 100I"t: : F '
). ig into '.the',turpentine "busine> :'a1 the people,of'the.East coast and West 000 mill at' Vicksburg, Miss..; 'mille most seriously;hurt will' die. Elegant Tlr ugh Day Coaches,_. Jacksonville" \\.n tn '; .

OeL.Tke7; have akeadyjease'd over coast of the state. and for that reasonwe each with $200,000 capital at Atlanta. Shortly after 9 o'clock the ruin j, HOLLY SPREES BOX : ;' >: "

) t hnndred acres;of 'land, and,will 1 will give all of the railroad men a 'and Rome," Ga., and Jackson, Miss';;' broke out in flame and ,the.,stifling CUNCINNATI-JACKSONVILE.'- I 'To St. Ln ChitS Btfay City.*'.1j*. \*. ,

'one diatifl yk&st and cine north voice 'w:'shall ;visit, other cotton mills at ''Bessemer,' smoke seriously impeded the firemen -_. _. No3St I c, ,0 K '. :": : $

". ; i ( ''' 1i'1' / '". and therefore'we feel that no section Ala.: 'Gastonia, N., '0., and Meridian iif their work ,of rescue. It is positively _-.; Chicazo. Toledo '.. LT ,,...aJTI. ." l 0.. :, ,.-,;' '
.*\ will be slighted After having securedan cotton known that .attbe time of the gLg Dt't, : 600anISOOn'n .... ', '
: ) Miss.; a $200,000 rope C ,,, t: > ; ,'>Atlat..+.a' a'S, ." ,
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_ ; itinerary wewill; ba able! to arrange If&otory at Galveston, TeL, and a collapse. stereotypers engaged on g. -;- 'LouUriilNaHbtille.I .,' = ) UU. .. Ur. ;" .. '
fJ9I1th' Florida man.stated ik.fewJI9Ltb&the.h&d. : z A .C : "g : ,750pm733am ...i.HollT .,. u >'.a. .' ,q
the it each the fifth floor Michtel Ward Z .. ." .
_ 'vinc deWlspfreoeption place. knitting mill at Brunswick, Ga. The were ,,g..: ; e. ,4 ..8t. .,;.E4 T : .
; ; ft gourd, In, the past the chief 'difficulty. Salem Oil and Gas, Co., capital $500- 'Arthur Lynch, ,James |Ross, all threeof ,t IndIanapls 'J I' 55pm ,'...- 'chi.o'LI'...... .;" 'I 3.'.rf -..' '"', ", _
ic.; produce thirty-ore matured countered because of failure to whom went down in the wreck. -- -, ... :_ ; ., : -
T was :a 000, has been chartered at Salem, W.; 7 SOa 020pm Ar 1& SOam .. 730pm700amj, .bn C'JY.-% :: f 78 .,
a. XJ., jBenolds-: .WelakailJoatthatby give snffioientf and definite, notice to' Va.; car works and car wheel worksare In the third story was ,the Habbin 9 65. 843pm LvJab'Ar.Ercretk .Lv. 142r(*....,u ..-....8iO, :;.: ; 0' : :, 4
11 a gooddcal.A.': -A. small places'as to'Qurornin ,' the're:: to be established at Savannah, G., Electrotype Foundry, in which there 450p880p 2 2S a ..M.on. ', 1 .:..: v'Through'P lepers SLTJOGZ. a, '. '
: -sinoo 'he' Cotmtea' eSghty-three 5-5 am V 10pm ... J, .':) <
nIt half dozen "Atlt. ug
'thatInadequate were some' In the
provisions Meadow :
J: at a'cost of the men. kD1. 8"J < *
red gourds--fandsaay; number '.01bWoneaLon $100,000; .... 945am ", .... ..;.:; and. 'viW but e :, '
weruad: to glveusBomething to eat.' Brook Land Company, capital $50- top story was the 'Journal's stereotyping ''gsL, .. ( *' } 1 t '
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; :one vine, and ,it is a _' ; -i T*. :-t'i \
';. .. Hunger is"not. a.comfortable feeling, 000,has been organized at Louisville department, where four or five .- : -." KANSAS CT LL iTnTtxIgii .Sef. :>, \ __
lieeratthat.tVW '
F ..... 20( > Lv.Lttans..Lv ..... '
and we expect to have no' one. ia Ky.: and the Grafton Coal and Coke men were busy.; As near as can be' pm I Jacksonville !HQhl dt.' '. 't
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_-_ '10pmACIaOgaLv! .... ._KanaCiIyoneeharnceony.>, % '
.tf learned "
4 '; Florida complain' of not 'ha iDgenongh. Co., capital $30,000 at Gratton, W. :there were from 25 to 30'atwork ... _.... wit) .
Ar Nov'25 r
2 Dat '
Iakar'oi>rrespondent writes: : >' ." Ya.i Cooperage works,' with ;$20. OO_ in the building exclusive of those -, o 1 I I Jon_ .em".nD.. 44' 'I J|". ,--.-.t. .,' "*,- ,''.';,1 '

raftieverputtogether.,-in -- Moultre ',Ga. who may have been ,injured while .1 i : '
ijargee# capital, are reported at ;; JackaonTllla .....Ar1090hJ : .
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Celery in South:Florid. passing the'street. Day'Casch. on No. through to Atlinta.. 2OpmLv. '. .. '_
1ckI&w ha river >was,towed out by : a $20,000 saw mill and novelty worksat on 3 .E.emU.v 7a ,

pteamr Mersisn1iwa..sW'g .--The cultivation of, celery' in south Tampa, Fla., and a $15.000 saw and .t 'Iwenty.Str Dead. .1.. 84pA. & .: 1 ;, ..

f o 1 handle. o The raft'.l d ''I Florida fH attracting attention, say. shingle mill, at Windsor, Fla. Twenty-six dead bodies have already ,' cw.., 35 and 3d connection leaves Atlanta at UOOn'n_Ar..Bfrmhibs.:4Lv. a .r ''' -I.,,' _
r 11:45 Chattanoo .....Uempbtetiv-.,i.Lv 5:1)11a. ,. .
arriving Ar
; the .Orlando It been mfcr Chattaoga 100p1
Th 'Reporter. succeeds taken from the ruins of the
.OOfeet 10g."were electric
_ gottenby06ntraclorTN. There is also .reported an a : _. keepers to from Jacluoovflle. Ar. ..Springfleld.Mo.. LT| SlDfOi, '
; ; .Smith' forth: : admirably on flat woods ,lands and lighting plant at Abbeville, La. ; the Journal building, and the search still 500pmAr..F"i".orLTlOso..t. ....., _.:,. .1. 4 ':
ion Cypress companyof Palatka."inakes muck'b d"when properly drained. :'Itjs opening of iron mines at Cartersville, goes on., 'Later dispatches to the No* 6' NO& ,T Not-_. 3 ;.-, "- '.;--1' .t". -. ;: ;V .* ** '

.about. ':l. ,OooOOOJ, feet: :easily 'grown when subjected to Ga., and ,Brown Springs, Va. ; of a effect that there are.yet twenty missing and .113 No. 9 South' and We.t Vlsrlda. and and 14 and 10 : .-*''.)\ -l: : ,* 1

I ba put in the river within"the' proper, manipulation. pottery ,at'Macon, TeL, and a rice swelling the probable list of dead = Daily.950pm Dally., NewOrlew.-'-_-__ Dailyi645am' DiUy.i", ; :-.4 ' I

i tvelre months.f.r- 'i pelery iffpfrown: during the fall, winter mill at New Orleans,'La. A sugar refinery to.forty or, forty-five;' besides these, i :''M: :i* ; '
= ..... 905am1009am Lv. ... crnandiD&.Ar ..;.. .. SCOpm( :" "J r{; %
_ : ,D* ,and IIpring'months in thlllatltuda'With of a thousand tons capacity ito nineteen 'persons were seriously injured 'c ..... LT!:..V' ;.' ".CallahAn.;......Ar ..;;.; 350po345pm 4iu..u.i; :. *. A ,: .

i jI\,United States Eevenue GuttersneilforrillandWinona danger*from' frost; salt, will be built :at Abbeville, La. ; a tan two of them fatally. '_. 1000am Lv;;:.> ..Jacbonville..Ar d. -.. .. 'I". >' ; '' '

.'withst nd 'a lower temperaturehau 'Charlotte N., C. furniture The'dead thus far" taken from' the ,. 1O'5OprntO55amAr..Bsldwiu..Lv 600am 3oopm" .;,, '"v* '.! % _
at a
are now ; nery : ; .le A.r .. :
ruins 1213am 1? Clpm1235pm .. ..SIUke.;..... ..Lv Mam 151pm ',_ .
;W t:;and their. duties of prefllibp any ether vegetable product. factory Knoxville, Tenn.; saw mills are as follows: Adolph Sohrie- 1055amx733am Ar.---..-.WaIdo.-L 4 2 am r 25pm '" \ '- .; J ,

>teriafr exp DlI..and i4 The common celery is. found'growing at Tyrone, Ark., and Fernandina, ber, Jr., John Gordon, Kittie Leonard Q : lMpmAr.l.GablesVUle.--.Lvll.6Sam. 'f' ; ...'. '.
wild in 'M..Rosa John' Breiten- .. 530pm Ar.... .Cedp...-..LT 81. ,L. .iii". ; __ __
_bUbgthe coast of.Florida in Fedurpp many parts of Europe in Fla.,'and water works,at Dublin, Ga., Morgan, It; Q f I., &

T arntfnuty"srGnepended' Pitches' and brooks' near the sea and in and Falmouth, Ky.-Trademan becher, unknown man, 'Jennie 'Nieb- t'tIJ13hm OQO 201pm 132pm Ar..cura..Ly Al.Rswtborno..Lv. 337am Soc Utopia I 1229pm ,;.. :( v} .. U.rv t'n

\tMj;! *liof/tholdlng' Bother,, aline soils:. Thewild plant has penetrating -. (Chattanooga, Tenn.) aner,Bertha Weidbusoh'Lizzie' .Tap- .... Ar..Silver Spring: ,.....LT '. ..,...' ...'... ..R.d. ,
odor and ley Walsh John J. Renter 305dm Ar..Ocaa.'L-r! l&amU9am 'f /*
LieutenrH. .a bitterish, acrid Henry d .2 C\I' ---
investigation try taste which ia changed' Jeorge H. Soule! George ShawWillie ." ..*.. Ar.HomO&SR& ;..Lv _.;;-.4,. .200aIi ..._ ...: ", ) : ,' ffcb
: .,-Hay.again, and'for. the fifth radically by DR. BATTEY DEAD. "' 42)am .50pmAr.......WildwcKKL......LT 11 55pmII 10I2im93Sm 's' .: *v. -
,'t- >members 'of :itie present cultivation so that its taste becomes Hawes, James ROSP, William 'W. Dun- 605am900am 420pm Ar.....Leesbnrg.Tovarea. ...... ...Lv.LT 10pm II PiIi",. ". y _

it t being Captains :Abbey,'Roberts agreeably sweetish, and aromatic. I As a Surgeon His Fame was World- lap Henry Larivere, unknown boy, c 12961' 447pm Ar....:... ...........Lv 1020pm SlOim745aa .A '.-f.. i- .4,?,. ',
Ar. ... ..Orlando....... :, '
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:.When bleached .it is muoh used as a i Wide. supposed to be John Bowman; Carrie < 15pm ; f. 00pm
leaaEnt Thompson; with Lieuten- l Bauer Hattie : ...... 65(1pmAr..Wioter.Park! .-.....LT.;...' ;720*m ... <:; ,'- .,
Hillier Minnie
Johnstia'iis'ofloial. prosecutor:, ealid and to impart flavor to soups, Dr. Robert Battey died at his home LieseE. : 20am' .429pm Ar..JS Cqtherne..Lv; 11 I3pm '9S2am ), ..,. '' '. *' .
<3,v *Y.. and it it' sometimes used as a boiled near Rome, Ga., Friday afternoon. L. Riegerunidentified man, Walter P. v 548im 4 Clpm Ar..Lacoochee..Lv 10 43pm '3 lOam'A J 'Q'' '' :V ). '

.t. id -. vegetable. *Dr. Saxby, Michael Ward and Ernest 608im 508pm Aruo..DadeC&y..Lv 1024pm915pm 849.un Q'f'; -' 'i'" 'S
Battey of the most distinguished M
was one
:'ah'pment through the port ''contains Parkis.s> Q 72Sim900im 6 1pm Ar..... I&DLOi&y..Lv ::748am _, !:' '," 41 (

: o nviUe,'from Texas, ,are very starch Celery and. a substance sugar, resemblingmannasugar mucilage, surgeons in the south. He The cause of the disaster'has been 710pm950am, ...;...;!amp. .......LT .805pm710am 700am 'a. e- ',..; ;.:, J.. '
the originator of what known -- -- 1
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time. :
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t1 $'jtip. p resent It.1s rexL4Jioweverthait -. which acts 'as a stimulant as the Battey operation that is now definitely ascertained as a boiler explosion I 600pm tV.i....Jacksonville.....1Lv O3OJm ,.pZ :.Je: / t .
will soon be- 10 115Bim .. "..,Lv = ______
to the uri o.genital organs,aDd a the all ,but what caused the explosion = 43pm \r.r. &City, ,518am 340am : .
performed _
by great .
of, wool will surgeons 4 31am335am (54am ,
lao ve.-.Shipments i 125am12OpmAr..Llve.O.\lt'.Lv I-Z: '
: through the valuable'preparation is made from over the country. His sanitarium in is still a mystery. Th mas Thompson ) 200am420am 134pm Ar....... JIadwpn.,...LT liQlam1030pm -t '' ..'., .: '". : ,.
I Wthsd&fromTetas' mot, leaf and. stalk, 'which is recommended Borne has been visited by patients the engineer, was painfully iii.jured. 252pm Ar..Monticello..L, Z100lJIi '*'S 6 r" :, ,
Asyet a liitle early, o 30im .....Tallahai-ee. ... .Lv t.tlllm : : >
for nervous debility.. He said' he could assign no I 37poi Ar. ; 830pm ? ::.i /
from state in the south das ..
earnest every an : .
th it will .. .
begin-in 1243am)20Um
' 432pmAr..QlIlocy..LY .
6S3p _
iUjawnk of stores ha greatmreasedjf'It -* This' vegetable'sells.. readily for $1 a successful practitioner reputation reason for the explosion. City Inspector -1 515pm **.*..*..Iiirer Junction... '.'.Lv :.:. : t .J-)'" > .> .I ; .

aayal per ozen stalks, in ,the southern markets has extended to the remotest ,boundaries McGregor says he, inspectedthe .' ThroujthPnUmlD.11 OOpaia .r..Pensacola..Lv_ '620pm 5Lpm 1'= t.t; : _____
is*considered' that ,and from 75 cents to $1.50 I of the boilers' last August and found Sleepers Jacksonville 05am733am Ar.....-;..Mobile ......LY 2 15p ;..: .-.E-4 4", '. _

, r Wtt&jes* thVClyde; line in.'this' dozen, net in the northern markets.per, Dr. Battey country.was born in Augusta. them to be' up to the requirements.Some to 'ew Orleans.- _Ar;.-..;New Or '_. .. Lv945an_ _._.:'_...'.:_ : '', '.' _
80 cenlT
lUn6$ has Increased 'per Jin-Joseph Leinhart, of Oviede, has G ,November 26th, 1828. ''He: '.received of the employes in the building x Daily except Sunday. i Connections at Tampa for St Peterabt 'X ilf.t -ni'l'irJwt : '
. t ''the' total amount of naval assert that the' boilers were old and :Key West and Havana earnerJ.> '. At Waldo sieaov for 3Ielro*'.. ..CqnaeeUa,JCalUaiTijS" :" '
____Jw1msea b.tth\\"liiii dia n6tW' grown celery..tot the past ten years. his medical degree from :the see for St.Marks. Carabelle and Apalacbicola. Connects at River Junction for CLxuhoocba* ". ". ( ,'I
r : AfiT.veir''I( He is a' practical gardener, and has University of Pennsylvania and:from ) known to bey unsafe. 'h'erstcamen'. \Connacta at Ocala for Homo-11I88w -f' ty'"j- **i.'Oft '.> .*).*>" '
; ireJs\v1" made ,::.' 'special' study 'regarding the Jefferson1 ""medical college 'jn' ISST. The 'acenes' -around the "wreckage Ali bipcaRe; will b> checked; from Union Depot. Tickets will(till bo asli at taa'cttT,. Uckatt203 / ,' .
'_ unt 't1O OO,1 barrls.. ,One &, : 'Parents brothers .''office' Hogan street as well as at the Union Depot ticket offite'J '; I-.t *' y ,
"1 A. "r*" ;* 410ft. production thisvegetable. In conducting During the civil war he servoo.ta; wer heartrending. ; "". '' .* :
earnedf oat J. '' '
__je&5. ,year,. .. '.'_I '. 'bis'- xp rinien ts'1 *has discovered surgeon in the Confederate army, 'at sister8, wives and friends of :ithe Ticket Acent. 202 West Bay street :'corner nogan.JacUonvmJ"' .. *1p :, -" : : '
... "ltIov' .4r a plan of treatment which cannot first in.the field and later in charge of entombed victim'stood anxiously by N.S.PENNIXGTON, Tr&ffio Manager,. iA;0. MAoDONET., ** -* !". / .. .

i .".'j.. ." ," .- _."Ft.I .":. fail to produce satisfactory results. various hospitals. and as a' dead and mangled body was Geueral a.aeeng.t'! Agent. ,: 'hi :: : _
Ira OftS of j ftployes 0 -q.e Beside growing 'celery in :' large From 1873 ib 1875 Dr. brought into the open air' a shriek ;: ".
Battey was <
8yet4 *- 'T
Rail -i : .r-T
' SteaciBhip ', > t ,
,; : quantities h,' is raising celery plantsfor professor of obstetrics in the Atlanta would go up by .those who were near "
a. .
,f.the ern Ejcpress company. .sale: Persons purchasing plants medical college, and from 1873 to and dear that would penetrate that .. ''Ii t,:rKV .-" >"i" ,, ". .
ofl .
&'_ Itte.1 e7th birthday ffsi- from him will be' given his secret for 1876 he edited the .Atlanta Medical entire section of the city. p '. ,, ,_ ', li'f yr. 't : '

_. : _.___ atthAt1antaXpOpastwee managing thsi growth'of the plants and Journal:, He was president of the THE CLYDE / *', .
,! ) Mri'Plant's:' TIlE ASSOCIATION NOW SOLID. ; ;:
the blanching process free'of charge. Georgia Medical Aspociatioc in 1876. ,
.... M
e. (etsfetbeAtlaiti9t.eaniskip .. .;.
He has been induced f. : _
to do this t'
k A.* Ii'I. -f- on account Dr. Battey wrote several books and The F. C. &P. Agrees to Withdraw It.Vithdrawal .
a .'
of the business depression caused on and diseases of ." ". I .,1." *.
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papers surgery Notice.
:._ allkrrlt by last winter's freeze. women, many of which have been The Florida Central and Peninsula '. .fA. .t. { <.' ... .
i express compJllies.cov r, :
It from to ,
requires 23,000
? ry from the Potomac to the 28,000 copied in foreign language railroad has removed the last obstacleto .. .t'.tJ:&<-. : '
plants to set n'. acre,which will If a to his --a,1 "
I .. He ebeenLa conspic- produce ever man was a martyr the success of the Southern States :

:'___ in trmBsportition circles about 2,300 dozen, showing an profession or calling, that man wa .Passenger Association. Some time ':. ",, ,.}" > ,
"en9rmo s'profil The expense of raising Dr. Robert 'Battey. For nearly halfa 1 ,
, tleFwar. ZHis ago this road gave notice that it would .' a 't .
celery is very little more than that he has labored i40 TW.' I
century assiduouslyfor .
: ljs'wre i ,given a holiday to visit withdraw from the association, the 1 '

I ion,and it xwas in the audi- i of.. ,'a.cabbage-crop. the relief of human suffering, devoting withdrawal to take effect the first of '..-.. ,_.ta- ,' 1', ; ., .1.,... .-.',?' : .

.'F- oa on the'exposition that the"1 an-, every moment that he was not January. Now Commissioner W. B.
;: ","" was celebrated. Mnjof. engaged in the active work of his profession Thomas has received a telegram from; NEW YORK :CHARLESTON AO FLORIDA.1JINES : I

1.L propresenit Present Revenue Laws Unfair to Pear in studying, reading and in' the authorities of the road cancelingthe The magnificent Steamships of this Lino ore appointed, .to BaiI.a tciUQw: .' '

r'_ ; e and every, dep'artvt and Orange Growers. vestigating. former notice and announcingtheir Calling at Charleston, S. 0., both ways. 'j. ir fl' '

| preBented down to the Orange of South Florida and intention to joip the freight. association From New York. Pier 29. E.R. Standard Tim-Steamer. From akIIIs.'fl '
growers '
ALLEN Q. TIIORMAN DYING. also For Charlestou. ..and Xe"R York. '

.*- Md pear growers of North'Florida are very I This action on the part of the F. C. Tuesday, Oct. 29. at 3 pm.. 'EJn:.-OLE 'nndav.. .. ,3. a''A 4 3) a. .I, 'M t-I
V ..'1. anxious to manufacture'brandy out of [ Physicians Say He Can Only Live a Friday Xo1., at 3 pm... CHEROKEE Thnrday 7'at 100 a.
1 Season's:Orange Crop. their:surplus,'fruit -and are urging an Few and P. puts the two associations on a Monday. ".* 4. at 3pm ... IUOQUOIS Sunday .to 10. 'at .MOIt a. '
5s Days Longer. '
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much firmer and the Wednesday, 6. at 3pm3pm ALGONQU1. Tues4ay. 12. at 12 0 m :"
I J, A. Enslow, Jr., who makes amendment to the revenue laws to include : A special from Columbus, 0., says: removes Friday. ." b. at .. t-\E\I1XOLE TbursdaT. .." U. at',J 1 'JUlia. "
:_ the and' under the great danger that has threatened the Tuesday 12. at 3 pm... CHEROKEE 1"lOdaf. 17. ,at 5ears. '
!.bnsiceES tours through oranges. pears I Last Fridayex.Senator Allen G. Thnr-. successful existence of the Friday. .... t 5. at 3pm '.. IROQUOIS Thurida21 'at : 3 am : '
jiLas jut returned from one of. ,trnit and brandy classification. Many man fell from a sofa in his library and passenger Monday. 1*. at 3pm .n ALGONQUIN ,unday, ,." 4. at'W3)a _, > _
association. The F. C. and P. is a Wednesday. 20. at 3 SEMINOLE Tllesday. Go at 'Ei 0) (
letters ,written to Internal Revenue
IpsIn. the region. He. are suffered his leff which ; I
orange to .
I injury hip strong road and it "'BS.extremely desirable Friday. .. 3pm CHEROKEE Thursjar. 8. atJ lp.uesday. -
&Crop will not exceed 60,000 Collector George W. Wilson on the was very painful at the time, but his '' :6. at 3 pm... IROQUOIS I"unclay. DfIC... I. at. 4 01) am "
I that it should be in the associ ..
subject after the freeze of last Friday 29. at 3pm ALOONQU1 Thursday. "
t .u of which are far below,-thetjampa Just physicians found no boner broken, and ation. \ .., ,.
and Bar tow,1 the centers year, as'weIr as since that time. though he suffered severely on Saturday Philadelphia Charleston Jacksonville'!ine '
la in' that commodity (or Mr.Wilson has sent an official letter :
I he was better on Sunday,and it was ;
__-_Jt M and BraidentowaUbrop :aD tho subject to 'the''commissioner of believed that his strong constitution ACCIDENT ON THE L. AND N. For the present and until further notice steamer 'Y ma8gee" iV fit naea. ;

it enuH ,hisvlieen told internal revenue for his sanction. If would enable him to withstand the -- to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from C Charleston .. '

F jltxees at $2.50 to $2.75 per box, this,letter is endorsed by the commissioner shock. Tuesday he was so much better ,Reports Say 3Iany LUes Were Lost Ina for Philadelphia Sundays. Close connection made at Charleston wiUi CIyd i: .
Collision. Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville all Florida ct
T----yeriI have been resold at a copies of it.will. be transmitted that he wished to the polls < ,pointat. \

.beyoDdthat basis. To "deliver" t to the members of the Florida delega' to vote, but at the advice go of his physician A special from Nashville received at' Also Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia v !H,. :": T ,

'I- .t i Jacksonville $1 more must be tion. -The be sent to the sen- he did :hot do so. Wednesday he ,2 o'clock Monday morning says: There ONE'iFor :
itors and' members of' from has been an accident on the Louisville ST., JOHNS RIVER f
; hauling,fwrappingjf boxing congress ,wes much worse, and Friday he fell ..
s- :i Captain 1 'Enslow*knowsUiUoteold this atat is substantiallyas: follows: Into a stupor from which it' is altogether 'and Nashville road near Franklin, ." 1

t.5Oto$3.75: < "I notice in newspaper clippings likely that he will not recover.' eighteen miles south of. Nashville. Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points au the.St. John! Inr: .' .1

,Jacksonville..' ,He vis of enclosed that probable that the His son, Allen W.'Thurman says that Many reports are in circulation, and it The Elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE .' < o

. mic hat most.of this crop will honorable commissioner of internal there is little" ground to hope that he 'is stated that both engineers and several W. A. SHAW, ia appointed 'to tail from Jacksonville Sanduya, -la /

h atfa Vest-11 He knows"'of sev revenue ,contemplates recommendations will live more than a few days. and passengers have been killed. Tuesdays and Fridays at 3:30 p. m., and from Sanford ,Mondays .:\ ', '

lokbrd *alread1.ex cuted ., 'for the amendment of. the internal his death may occur at any time.. It is impossible to learn tonight any Wednesdays'andiSatordays at 9:00 a. m. Enterprise 9:30..1D/ .* :

''points for November and I ,revenue laws to embrace pears and thing except that.a New Orleans train JSOUTHBOtm '

'abcr. 'deliveries.. There have been I oranges under the fruit and brandy Locked Out by'Shipbuilders., and four a miles freight south in'ran of Franklin into'each'other and that Iieave 3 30 pm-.Read...Down...........SCHEDULE.Jacksonville ......... ORTHBOUNDafr I Arrive 4 30 iD.:. ,,- }"V _

.:'fii transactions in, January:de- I.lasaiflcation. The Clyde shipbuilders at Glasgow, .. 8 45 pm ............... Pal a tka ......- .....n..p..1 I Le.ave ". co pmr- i* ''' ,,
.v. *- v- / "This is of great importance to the Scotland -begsn their promised lock many lives were lost, including five 300am .............. .Ast'.r .. ,200p '
430 am ...... ......... St. .
; pear and orange growers of Florida, out by paying off and suspending 25 passengers. es 5 30 am .......:........ .". ..1.30 noon pia .,, '
:Citrus Fruits' Italy. und this ,,statement will, suffice to' engage cent of their workmen. The 6 00 am .............. Blue -.J.. .. a no ;II I '
per Arrive 8 30 am925am .............. Sanford. ,t,1IO am '. 'i '
oniul Seymour,at Falmero, Sicily, your active and zealous cooperation Dlyde builders are'acting in harmonywith Hayward Will Hang.A ........... ... .I'.. JO am. :, : ". j

_ :that the annual output 'of after the matter leaves the handsof the Belfast ,Shipbuilders whose special to a morning paper .from '' t '
commissioner. "The court General and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay street' Jack3onviile> '
and lemons in Italy, including the'co employ are on a strike. Minneapolis says: supreme Passenger '
John L.'Howard. Florida Freight A.2'eot. F.M. Ironmonger Jr..Florida Passenger Ae nt : r: ,
"Such will has the of Judge :
add affirmed decision ;
\ and Sardinia, IB about ten mil- an amendment .very foot Hogan street Jacksonville Fla.. 204 W. Bay street Jaeluoa vlll,, fl*. : ... ,
- :boxea, only four million boxes of materially to the revenue from the Assignment of a Leadville Bank. Smith, of the district court who re M. H. Clyde.A.T. M.. A. :. Cole Geuerall'ltS5eueruent.i-. ,- "* ( .

'__ *'are exported. The largest part district as well as other districts where The Leadville, Col., Savings and fused "to grant Harry Hayward, convicted Theo.- A Bowling G. E tr Green,Traffic,New Manager.York. LesliP.Superlate4dent.8 Bowling n.-iT.'Y. _I" ',' I' '

tbUnied SUtes, or say about .pears and oranges are grown." Deposit bank has closed its doors and of the murder of Miss Katherine :Bowline Green.New York.'t foot Hogan street Jackson villa,F"U- t .'
. D.D.C.: ., South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.- ?4
; million boxes of fruit Speaking Under the fruit and brandy classification made an assignment owing to a scar- Ging ,on .December 3d, l stnew ',

future; Mr. Seymour says:'now stands only grapes, sityvof The assignment trial. 'Judge G&nty at work upon WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Ceneral Agents, : '. ;;!: 4 ',

'.. ever increasing production of apples and peaches are included. To I covers the personal property of P.W.. the opinion, which will accompany the 12 S. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia. 5 Bowling Green; New ,tork. .',1fp, '

and lemons in the United qualify as a grain distiller entails an Breene, president, as well as all the decision when it 'is rendered by the -, &-. .
.expense that would be impossible to l bank's chattels. t supreme court." '. 'J,' J.
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: .,.1, ;17.f".s,t _. .'I\t.,.( .r .. '. perIonal'mattepwttb us;feat.we will To the- Honorable Board of county' QoiqiataakNicnof ,jttyh'"LI I '. .- .. .._
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; if1, < "; 'vStA1HCE' lIlt>iOPWlCOtl1YTx. .: .ru. tronixe'hone:: tindtstryoar: ::support' beg leave to submit the (Utowin>; ., y., .Nt81. -: (.. .N. '.SVa" .

"i ;, in. any manner, shape,orform.ftlHJl .. report for the quarter:ending tJepiember t ( '. 'Ji. .... ". ,.sp'ST'A -
I- '/ 80, 1885, : >i snug, Qpof -Los '''is'tha_ .Qi.t.. '
5 : -* < I. ,. .. : .,
iittd:l .1ARMER .
k.: i'f G'i.MATfl11Ew1 tfcer tfaRilar Of .. ,.' "
Ki ,Fr. BB 'h BOKP mm,' wlsfo< ipany *woman fay.7t -

'.ij .. Pultt.' _Ih.r. *fkndi.. '.fopr'letora.lseacrp..v.f ... Trom tkw;.IIia4'"- ,Record.. To.1111101'amt.on. band,,,. .as per..., last". ,' !63091 'MM*Mean to moBtwomea that there' xaut T. .. ".-': ,.
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r.: I : ?obtainable at little trouble. It : ..
Floridaare Br and torn- '
of warrant
/ coupons .9 '
Therepublicans: fcanty and.ruddy
"iJ over to Co.Com,.,.. -.* of.fosy cheek
q ; JflflOS frJ .
s. .\'IU'.. .. ,_. .... .,. .....,Np, H.'l ...r t already moving',,in the matter .of Uyash on hand tobaJ!,..... M88f Mqq, women ,''se dIlQrctctt9 1t through liver i in.ltiitggaacM of t tied= :

,. ; .1 0/tV.N..., .......:........ .., .. naming .a full I national tend state ac -, /.,?<

': i} ,f u; .r.t, x. ............_......,..... .II ticketr in the!apr ng.. It is said.they 83DP1 __ U' .into want the to glow transform of health* sallew yon can Como doa -' : : .
Sept. 80 To cub band .
:1'' il.\-N ',. r- already have a .I Ute.tixed up for,the btongfatdown.....-...... .0188PBCUL I jr the mum ta t purges .. J L t8+; #G& J 'a

tft 'la4et.d. lath'. *.BMtattoii at ttarlu,file,as leat state ticket to be headed fur. governor rcsD... t-a ,q .qudidne the lim''wcw ctrl ."eu1 I .' 'IJA'l

1 '.: ..... X DIr. by Hon. Joseph II. Durkeeof To ain't'on hand as Per last l'e Ul 4"_ 'TtY, A .t01J J' .IJ.a.
J / : report. ...; .....,l1.1 p q IlerA It 1rUf Dot rih .4a .. 'L .. ,;,. ":... .- ftc,-...
, L. Jacksonville Volusia is on the AUZ. S-To am'I reo'd of W. .pd,g*repair the ...or toe np the 'u U '. U..'
*. -f D. Bkvxham. taxM L O.T. sycteSB. foe this yoif heat fellow ypwW For Barb. Wire Cut) $Scratch s1' :. { 'i '
;: slate with Hon. C. F. A. for -
>l 1185. Bielby .
1 { 8tt1t'bta: .: : : ., I&4.............; a or '.. '! W. fPOiftrfalUrfJ9rfitini! I Saddle and Collar Gall*, Cracked Reel ,'
d 1 Jtata Superintendent of Schoohi.A Aug. 8-To am't rec'd of iY. fMMe, >M. *.. Barns, Ala Sores Cuts, Dolls.Braises ,}-. .v.'t., ".. .".>- -"f'ORIV :

:1 r.; ,THE '"Cooeke .Coofthe" ,dance at -' a.D.Blozham B.. 1184..taxea...;:r..C...&.P..v best and also the }east'ex* Pik aad all f kind of Ingl&mt ion onmSfl 14 ...' .- '."> .,.. ., --
; I CfcMfftol. Tlew .fill. naau.a. Pa' ftC'd of 0. : ireparation, is msVMpn'a c*beast, Cawi Rash and Mate '!r.:) .: '.'6 :ll..

':: f r: 'the Atlanta exposition is laid .to, I.hem tile Times Un1sn.1. ASe-1'A red te8.op'i...">..Tax..Rate.. 12 83 .c tSlW'I.lTer JPiIUran.4 114 =. )N'n tllltr llttilrtitMlai t:.: J' ii.AON.,;. ..- .i' "'V .A1Q

bar*,: %oeke4. the member of 'tkinerve.f In a month will sep, -Toaipltr cMorj.C.aTrtUTaxOoltectorGncur. : ',,'. ToxUo'elletja< You _.. f .. ., 'J 4_m t.f \Ua
:congress conyene.n .) 15 00 ret these two medicines 40 {Of II.," t11oituA
ia. separate
llad' sss..alkag
j :: 'Georgia- legislature. The, [ the bouse will be nearly one By warraou, turned over toBy boxes. at'the cost of ODe- 25 hQUa9 ostaabl rt.tlt :5 KX. :: .
3 Oo.Cou* .. ..... % 24881 /. Cur!Ie Pay.: PrlcTflct/andiheol Kyouiv t: 'I ; ... -. 4 -;
: ;i FIrldaiegWator' would not be'in. hundred and. fifty republicans who cash on band to Bi1..... W48S8 ftxtt. Your droggist will tell yon Fgist does.U f send M I rets, to pet -t- .' -/J-.

If 'Ij i6e least 1 affected' bj so, small a have bad no experience in congress. sun-44 "I.-r4i '.that this is a cure cure for bilious-. t jaapa aad R4. till.d It to pit,mail, \ I. I.
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pejts and'conatipation.Atausalaroaarttntbeabc.6ttoa..p. .. "
iwho' .
f The republican majority unwieldyand .1 law w "Jmlit. Ir ; ""11'
: };. 'tD.tter. Sept 30 To cash on band ; .oa ...1&Gau. '.t "I\ EJUc t J "
jf. will be almost 4
inexperienced,, .... d UaU
., brought dawn ...;.....$ B$ BBOWV ] !G. OC V.w Yor .- .11".met tIefae.. 11wsNlj16 M
certain to so act as to dnve votes t. U"7aa4ltD DvJ :. "
s Tux question of how nominations QKXJCKAX* I'mq u R Lbag.4..1. h. ,.
#,* '* From the republican party. If the To am'l on band as per last For Sale by'J. .& GASKINS BABY ., Sl' t j l' _>"". t.!. '...{ "'It
shall.te r ade for the next election bad report....... $1.188 M : ii1eue4 ts.rwh aZerd far ,_ f, '. _.' .iIl _\. .
not votes I1 .,
republicans so ,_
many Aug.B-To am't reed of W. : J'MltJ'wu a b. .
; is pio9idlting *oonaiderable discussion' the that D. Blozham, taxes L O. T.' Doi' '.110..114. .J1o.lMu..c1plW "OiI- "
." .. to spare congress convenes C0..1JP4 .......... 1212Aug. ;.Tobacco SpitOr and the Wet ogare relMl.zed i a fur dat.1O.wuII' = Cf .
.. a" .. .
: the state. The month would' be almost .b-To ewdae d10n an11t .
$ -. tiroug-out next certain am't rec'd of W. smoke your lifts away is the.truthful, "fJM bar r.w.4.prtbis&IIj.}Iroe" bars ever ord.P.A. < -
D.Bloxham. taxes F.C.&P. 'CoT.UWU. J.t' 1.
: ,r sentiaeot s* aa to be about evenly to retire the party from power. B.R. year iW-v 408 18 startling title of a book about No-To-BaC. .,Ten/. .IUIUY n.lrltjizrncvua fEfi'U
As it ia it do so in vpiteaC Aug..roam I read of C:B.. t'Y .
; (:, diide4'Q.D, the 'primary .election may Cown*, redempt'n Tax Sale Lilc-harmless, gun rap teed,Tobacco habit .. ,

:. and Ui. convention. the largerepablican vote cast day Certificates.. ......f.. 1924 cure that .braces up nlcoUnized nerves PARIS. MEDICINE CO.. -tt 1IlNTIc
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i > before yesterday.| SeIJ.t.I-To"l.m'(in cur.) l'tI...'dof.l.....C.Brrd 100 (JO eliminates the nicotine, poison, makes .' r IT. LoVra. ltoyr t8,4t'" A.c IJ'H." c.tir .
', -- By warrants turned to ,Fo Sale by nil ..Dipttrytistli..4MARKEF; .
Borasof the St.Andrews I Co. Com.,823 41 .weak men gain .strength vigor and matt? : ... ... :

Buoy has been c compelled' Pretty haul True. By cash on h(,pd to BA!... & 11 hood. You run no physical 1 or financial : "k1 W ., r'
BI & c1
; FrPiq'.4bo Day.1ourual) & .
% : xo Qas- : ; .
1,72162 tl9 risk as To-Bnc is.sold .by .J. L. It ii.l
U re-publish tbe delinquent ,tax list
No man doubts that a ind ,
great kins under a guarantee to cure or money t' 1
3' .. for, Washington county" by bt occurrence overwhelming majority of the democrats 89911To. refunded. Bonk Free. Address Sterling ;LAN SCR YIi\l 'Gbaterii .

'of' .. alight error, in the 'of Florida favor control of I BOO ruim. R nedy Co., New York or h.ago.1 "

advertisement' at it )first.appeared; the railroads by the state, not to amH.,en..t.hand....'" ..$ .S 67 fur sale J. L..Gaskins, JORNSKID; _eat Fle14d ? tes' LI
Aiir.-To am't reed of W/D. "
T't their but for the 11- Looting. I 1.uta.
protection Bloxham taxes L O. T. Co.
the date for the sale incorrect. Acts at once, never falls Qne Minute
being of the public, and this same major \&............. to 20 ,:
Aog.8-To am't recd of W. 0. Cough Cure. A remedy for asthma, and -
These provoking little mistakes will : lErfgatfe* t* lct a: iIi'
favors silver of the & i----:
as one constitutional Bloxham.
ity taxes F.C. &P.B. Br> .
; a&a4 ing. yat>uitc t.
occur in even the best regulated and standard of & 189&............... C70 that feverish 'condition which accompanies rsi *fc'
,. moneys B-To am't r cM of C' B. a severe cold. The only harmless -r; ,.. <"t.t.: TfT* Y--[
j prl adagoffioore.; the country, Make the :fight on CoJliDS. redemption Tax Sale FRESH BEEF I \ Ir"OJ.QUX'; '
: r1tW1r'"Ia.:
certiflcates ..... .. 8206 remedy that produces immediate results. '
C: i. -.- these questions, twins as they are, Be pt.8-To am't' rec'd of T.J.Pekle Co.OFyiCa.

f Tax Chicago Timea-Herald cruelly because by a coincidence, not Sept. 8-,To examination\' 'recd fees of J..C.. 22 00 )Siarke Drug I I1p

points West Hardin to the Mammoth strange; every man who believes in., Byrd tax collector In cor... 100 00 OF J. S. ROSAMOND, MUTTONAND -
: corporation monopoly, believes also Sept. 40-By warnnta .turned DUUANT. Miss. PORE B1t; m1 ;LOW! !?: ;. 4.4:M,''
: ( cave as a place where be might seek over to School Board. $ 08011 .
in a'' money monopoly in favor of Sept.SCh-By cash on h'ud tp bat__ 1.73706 MESSRS. I.IPPMAN Bans Savannah Ga. i -.ft1lrada. 'W 1St wnS'j
the rest and aeeloiloa 'which he the who control lit "ODtIa. i J'
men gold. $2,497 22 2,497 22 GENTLEMEN While in San Antonio, VEGETABLES W SEASON. w.liscs.] JIALl1;
:'; < The limes-Herald might I .
Tex. I -
i last spring saw your advertisement
'f"'& have advised him also to pull the .A Sorry Sort of a Dei.. ." Sept..:80y-7o.. 4c:1wo..I.m Bath on band bro't OS of P P. P. (Prickly .Ash. PokeRoot M&Y IotOlt KQ.-lI. L 0.,0.. .F... '.

:,r.; care in after him"Gainesville. From the Tampa TJnwJ EesectfuUy submitted. and Potassium) in the paper for the 3.gujsr ".&Iv. .rJ Ttcnsla _lcI.t. s'
: I It is said that Mr. Cleveland ac- Treasur.r Bradford S. B. DKKMABK of rheumatism and I would Odd Fellows' Balld'', Starko ball.2iyag.knt.brothers. cordts fnhtt: '-
) Democrat.] All of which comes in County. cure thought ; ", : LN-RJIilt. x,t
tually felicitates himself that the try a bottle; finding such gtcat relief W. H.XzAc .v.... -'

f very had grace'when directed at a results of th'e'.eleotio in New York, The healing properties of De Witt's from it. on my return home. 1 had my ., ... ..- ,,'

!;. ; .good democrat who, even though be Maryland.and Ohio are a vindication Witch Ha cl I Sake are well known. It druggist Mr. John McClellan to order LEGAL NOTICES. STAREa > .1C Ol!.. i:
*X> > % NX\ .
if ;lost, nude a 1I&Dt.'lgbt. against of. him as against Hill, Gorman cures eczema, kiD affections and is simply me bottles niipply., 1 hive After not had taking a pain I think or ache ten Notice.In fa lfeeis Odd .rrrf'D i1"trttrs',taJrttvi.lac. 4SOOe; "
TelloV i .1 :W1LLS,
big odds. and Brioe. If.that is the case the a perfect remedy. for piles. Surke since; previous ID Ihat 1 suffered for 25years ,- t 8.Masrttaw: K.JL ftCUUBUl : .C:: ;.;'

Presidentreminds of Drug Co. unit could not the lean benefit
'." us' the boy gel
"-" -- __ Judicial
Circuit Court, Fourth ot
Circuit Florida
: Citizen % who .off the tail, of his until I tried P P. P.. and therefore take w oil '
N' TKX; i is reveling in whole out puppy. Bucklen's Arnica S,lve. pleasure in recommending it to all. ,Bradford County DIKKC' v

column of, the He tied the canine in a faugh and Your C. J. HUSBAND -.- .
asp' ;: f'deligb'becau The best salve in the world for cuts truly J. S. KosAMOXp.YEARS )
: brought the family down with T-. V II JF.' t
'overthrow of democracy in New axe bruises sores ulcers, salt rheum, fever L. B. 1 .
Services la
: .
.cvcryrPrayer tlggday at o'atggb
force directing the to BOYDNOTICE R7t10
{' York for, as 'I U says, .the result of a great point which would properly amputate sores, teller, chapped baud, chilblains, OP INTENSE PAIN.Dr. TO APPEAR. p,,}8ullttttxtrhgq .. ....'eleck.a-

corns and all skin emotions and posi- THE STATE OF FLORIDATo meeting;.Wetfafsday evea gs at. W
}\ last...ek'election will put an end the tail and leave a beautiful
tively cures piles,or DO pay required. It L. B. Boyd-Greeting: o'doek. .The'iacrameat.'of lk>'Lord's SBMBIwfll
I to Senator, I). B. Hill In this revel stub. But Justus the axe demanded is guaranteed to give perfect satisfactionor Humboldt.7.J7 Watt, Neb., druggist, who suffered and physician vlth having been shown by affidavit that the de : be ud>ptniaergdga. ; ,the first.Kraday ef
'. the wiggled backward and the IT fendant. L. B. Boyd;in a Bon-resident of the month tile. clow V lhe' .fig '
pup refunded. ipo mniattt
.: the -Citizen, thinks it'w1l1 be joined money 25 cents per heart disease for four years, trying every of Florida and that the residence of Mid .
blade uevered his neck. In bobtail. box. For Starko Drug Co. and U.Outlaix, pastor :fl.J
remedy and all treatments known to him defendant la unkuown.and that said defendant 6r
by all the democrats.of the nation, ing the democratic dog the master John A. King Lake uutler. self and fetIow-practitlo sere: belleres that LI i over the age,.rtwt>uty-on*yciaro; nusrraaia. or
It is thertrfnro ordered considered and ado
H. but the democracy of its own state of ceremonies ha cut the spinal I heart disease is curable. lie writes: Judged that tbe said defendant L. B. Boyd do Barriers every Sunday at 10:30.'doek'a .:
Say, why don't you try DeWitt's Little "I wish to tell what your valuable medicine appear to th" compUiDant's bill of comolalot. sad T p. so.. Sunday school at I, CbrLtb.
will close
prove. an: exception. Florida chord.entirely too to the head. Early Risers? Tb Se little pills cure boa done for me. For four yean I had herein on or before Endeavor vneetUg at'S .'-.;Po.....

.democrats will fail ,to'agree that the headache, indigestion: and cODIlI J)3l1nn. heart disease of the very worst kind. Several THE BTH DAY OF'JANUARY, A. D i- meeting Wednesday .,...p.ft'.

and justified ,the means, and will A Friendly Rebuke, They're small! but do the work titurke physicians I consulted, said It. was In default whereof a decree pro conf eaao Will b*' Ray 8.C Tails.pester.asoor., '
From tAe PHalk*Tlmea-HpraJd.,] Rheumatism of the Heart entered against the aaJd'L. B. Boyd. .
not likely enter. largely into Drug Co. It is fiuther ordered that this notice b*published -
very, The .Herald believes in It was almost unendurable -. iii the Bradford County -Telejrraph. a Services a the -sad Nash Mats y

iht .l'irl the Citizen's billrit,. the honesty of Senator Call, bis sincerity IpecqlP1u For Xaa.e* 43olle tora, : with county newspaper,Florida published,once each at 8tark week,for'in eight Bradford consecutive sash month as.Go.eIoq g. m. .w.a&aI..,

i in the opinions he. proclaims, "Much care." said a taxidermist shortness of weeks. 'at! e'ciock'pm.err. Sabeata... aer. T.),
y1m 'Taolron be has lost of his breath palpitations In whereof I hare hereunto Mt I Holman teeter. "
some and in his devotion to the peopleof "has to be taken in selecting the long, hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit Court my ;:,,

tl.pnlaritr'dariag: ,the past few years Florida, Bitter attacks upon fine pus used in fastening the specimeDa .eyerepaIDa on this the t.b day of October A. D Uft. -- 'a>as'rnr.. t:..
O in insect collections. For unable to [U8. W.. wUK .clerk.ByJ.B Swricee, esj tU,In& and third ., _
a Senator Call has I lost none the senator and. his official acts h cheap
certainly ) sleep, especially FLITCH. .I'.C. aaekaoeth at t.aD delve t :at.'a'N
collections of butterflies and RaoDxs ,. a f..Ras;
certain with bugs we oo tile left side. t WILLS CotupTts 8olc 1118 \ '
of-tu .cunningU .a. 'po tician if a newspapers the brass Radar. eekect at tl4 4 1a. Prayer alelfyg
pee ordinary piM mostly but Wo describe .
certain l." tendencies have been numerous pen can W.d.s.alq.e.tac. 'aa...'.'dsst., 1U.. >. ,,t'Oerr
; 1i story 'that':wt have and aggravating and that Mr. Call everyone of these must be carefully examined my snffer- Notice of Application to Hell' .. tt

bttrd is true It is related of the before impaling the insect to see DP.particularly '.I
k Real Estate of Minors.To --- ,
retaliates should not he 't'
a surprise
I, that it is well tinned for were the tin [during the last > :
;' + 0 motor that jut.., before )leaving for but;the statement made by him in posting imperfect or the slightest flaw atlas of those All Whom It May Concern.-Take Notice. ,\;

a 'Y Florida .he visited the Interior department biB 'sp eob made i in thin city last I evident it would be in nine cases out of four weary years. 'J..
J. It. day after the'dale hereof. to.wtt: .t
DR. WATTS, I finally tried
and secured the Monday night that M4o out of the 1 ten liable to oxidize in the body of the lth day of NoT!mber.A. U. 1809'L yy

patents 150 newspapers in Florid were' insect, and thus destroy We also nse Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, M. L. Loadholta the duty appointed and quail-
y; ready to .be'81aed homesieadem fled Guardian of Martin E. Loadbolt, ManhaU
,. bribed and snrborned by the railroads I black Tarnished pins, but they are elmost and was surprised at' "the result. It putaew P. LoadholU, W. a:. Loadholu. Eddie B. Load. '..

'?* rj ;n this staU and 'during his itinerancy to work for the destruction as bad. for the glazed coating soon life into and made a new man of me. 1 holts hoes,, Arrith minors H.of Loadholfa the County and of Caaate Bradford E. Load and t

delivering them. He delivers of the interests of the people! was cracks, leaving the metal exposed and have not had a symptom'of trouble'since State .f Florida,wfll apply to.the Honorable JACKSONVILLEthe :
consequently it is not very long before and am satisfied your medicine has owed W. F Malphura.County Judge in and for aid .
the makM the homesteader altogether unwarranted and unworthy of Bradford, .
patent, for I County State of Florida for authority ;
oxidization seta. Even the more me have now enjoyed, since taking it and
of of Senator Call's expensive to ell the interest of said minor to and to
Jaappy+ talks over'thepolitical situation ft man kind, the nickel plated pins are not Three Years of Health. the following described real estate situate aad '
sound judgment knowledge, and Splendid. being in the County of Bradford State of Florida 'I
better. The latest
,' .' ; and UVe behind him a solid tairnpsH The body of editors much things we have 'I might add that I am a droftglst and have to-wit: The went half of the northeast quarter
great now are solid silver pins and bronze of section thirty OO. (51 south
k'v I. Call man' and publishers in thin sold and recommended your Heart Cure,for of range twenty-one itt conning i acres
and there is
newspaper pins being
f'. '. as an experiment know what haa done for me and only more or less. Said Interest in laid lands to be I -T. & W'1
.''F WITH FLORIDA stat as elsewhere, are honest and a nickel and aluminium alloy, wish I could state more clearly my suffering old for the support maintenance and education : K,
EDITORS. of Mild minora..ThIa
-. .. .. I honorable; they arp jiigh-toned whiph possesses decided advantages over then and the good health I now enjoy. 18th day of October. A. D INK. 'k
gentlemen, who, for small com pen all the others kinds used."-New York Tour Nervine and other remedies also M. L. LOADHOLTZ. The '
e. mitmrmm .Net IVsui&Me ', 7",2'
; 1018U Guardian. .
: sation for the advancement Son five excellent satisfaction." 1.B.WATTS.
are doing more ?
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I. Fw .Q.iasadli. $wotj _______
Humboldt KeU.lfayg.ti,
of civilization and education Jacksonrille : ,
: The -democrats of this locality in science an4 Christianity Messrs. C. F. Moore & Ct)., Ne>rl erg Dr.MIlea Heart Cnra is sold o_ a tivegoaraatee Sheriff Sale. {.
that the nrst bottle will
bUS heard all they, want to know than all the\ national legislature Ore., say: "We sell more of Chamber AU .aeUitattl. 6 bottles for Benefit.or virtue ;.. Tampa-art

.' about the late elections. Iain's Cough Remedy titan all others put l. UNDER and by of a Writ of a fa tuned <
at that ever convened. There al. the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial ,KIY West f
and it satisfaction. Circuit.State of In and for the
together always gives ajorlda canty of

, 'J,. '. 'G".z .. .....rlIJ. are exceptions scorn a bribe to all or a rules briber., but editors As ." Mr. J. F. Allen, Fox. Ore., says: Dr. Miles' Heart:Cure+ wherein Bradford.W.In T.a Weeks certain was cause plaintiff therein and pending T. Boa-, A RaiMn'1tl Y

\ From th, &4 Andrews Booy. "I believe CbamberlitlnV Cough Remedyto tick wan defendant levy baa been made upon .
for the so-called"free that of .
pass, Restores Health tbe following described ,' of the defendant Ji-f
; '; Hon. B. .8. Liddon, Marianpa, tbe editor i is paid for in advertising lie the best 1 have handled" Mr. W. to-wit: The south.half of the' & North .r -it:

: Y is being: favorably mentioned by low and II. Hitchcock. Columbus Wash., says: of quarter in section four township seven, sooth and ': ".
at.very rates, is ah entirely range twenty,east in Bradford county,State 1 .

::. several. Florida papers as a successorto different thing from the legi.lator's "Chnmlrl>tiii'fl Cough Remedy sells well Ors f of and Florida I will,containing sell the same eighty at acres public more outcry or less In; r.::

'' U. S Senator Call pass for which the railroad and is highly praised by nil who use it" front of the court house door'in the town of Louthr I

Il ". '- receives no remuneration other than For sale by Starke Drug CaSome -2 b. Starke during the legal hours of sate oa .. .

JI.aJ'-..< te ' Ac-la ft* fee cjaw) MONDAY THE 3D DAY OP :.'IMS, Through:'
4 legislation.
i ; I1Rsari .I air.i Ci.veJtsltd of i+'UtUi bronze images of w OHH = -; fq .the highest bidder for caah.. the { i':

j x' J'rca i tbe Qitosaygle Democrat Chinese deities are supposed to have : oS E. E. .I0HNS.I .
an _
The arerage woman is Ursa apt to feel = "- fit Sheriff Bradtord.CouoCNotice .

c t[ There can be "no doubt that the 'as ahe looks tfwn to look as she eels If antiquity of 2.000 yean before Christ Heart of Florida i

, f' result'of Tuesday1 elections has bad abe feels exhausted from tbe effects of a.Ickheadache Winnipiseogat is the ."beautiful J4b "z to Debtors and.Creditors :.

: J A raOfatr. dispiriting effect pOll the abe shows it. instantly in at the highland teo 0 is Ask y' '

' !; .. .hopes of the democrats for the nat her look The one remedy for uh a aa mo cD NOTICE to hereby the eatate given oi that William aU PCTMMM Walter ta> for :

t I of' tioaal contest of llet and for = deceased, late of.Bradford county. Florida,
year woman js Kajnotfs Tonic Uw Pills. Nothing distressing as a hacking ta "s will pay the same to the nndersUcaed wfthottTde TickeU ,-

, .. ,. ., : that reason it will behoove the party Tb"we the *i olute con ueDtr of biliousness cough. Nothing so foolish as to suffer O q 1-y,gsd.B pfraons having claims against said .4JAQKSOHYIJULE. 1
t.. to put iu very best man forward for from it.: f a sorts must. present them duly authenticated ,i '; t6er: 3 JCt fc H. W r
5 disordered stomacb, and aU Nothing so dangerous if Q ca Within two years,-or this notice will be plead la 4 I
she presidential JlQ8. ,And it bar of their ,-
r I Liver troubles. With each 00; ot pills allowed to continuv. One Minnie Coygh e 0 ; W'LLUM recovery.WiLTim. Ja, Administrator Write the General PiftMBftt -}
be ,that shall '
; may we again b..velO'
' are aome Tonic Pellets to build up tie Cure gives immediate relic/ Btarjue ., le M ,_. Jwo-1 tiCate. "M.New York, H.Y. Agent for .isirorniatJCaU> 'f
Urn to & v York. a Oct. ,lit Care of 1'.G.unman. '
q sjat iin. Get a free \mp)e of tartw Drug Co.To : .2 d.* "* iBi
? s.--o D/'lc.znTJW.
q We CM Wiser Y0. are Rir1b6t Drug Cu.. lift druKgists.By -- -- "ccI oS Notice to Debtors and Creditors : .
-- .., Pustt.
fun A*JMUBi .".) those living. 31rt B. CqFFIN.G.
aasd Bkla OLtUVMM ,: NOTICE fs hereby given that aD.JI8IWX11'ia- :
.' A.. Florida nurseryman who gets *. CD.qi 1 t &* estate of P. J Pre aft de- x atn"1.
in malarial district Tujt's PiH =_ ceased late of Bradford '
= county rtorida wul
t .fais pnotiag done in Pennsylvania 4. certain cure for .Chronic Bore ?T S. A ca = pay theism,to the undersigned without delay, ..'

ends sra gopy of his catalogue for Tenter Salt Rbejiip. Scald. Head pfd are indispensible,they keep tb '_ and must all present persona them haTiosr, duly claims antbeaUcated.against said estate .: ;

lefiQaadaaJui fora.,free puff. We Fever Sores : t two years or Xh> notice will be lead barS
.Chronic Bores I&zema.Fnarie Jf&b. system in perfect order and are 1 K .tD THETHRIC1A
fail to .If. jtberp .are prilltrrs Scratches, tiara Nlpptea'd E ; KOI'.a.lIIIL- n .L .

;' i* UxeaJLata' arbo'-can do the work, it Files. It I,.cooIIDC knd qolJUinj an .absolute curefor ; { j ,'W"1t, WOULD :.
., bottli<>Jw j giVcei ibiuB,'and then we djceda al cases have been .cured,by it after I i Notfcp tq Debtors and Creditors ..

5 would .. >d giving bin a side headache indigestion : ; .
, quarter's all other had
a vt < inatneat lajkd99 cents a .
; r I. hereby KiwB that all pen fq- .
worth ( free NonCE :1
.o *.erti8iBjf par bo*. For sale by XUe $tatrce) OrvgI malaria, torpid liver; ccmstipartion ,,.. gs to the estate of J.'D Jobaa. deI& .
Bet he sends ceased of Bradford
k 0 ling as bis ,w.rkoatof county Florida wPl TllfSFQR mEGRAPH
I Compiuiy.. i she .
.k > the state he 'lioald. get his JO and all bilious diseases.. w P4 m i pay and .u lApJe persons 10 J being underalgnj tWmm'nisi delayy rasa '

,a. : iree .adxextisioUig oat .of the tate For la grippe use FoveU's Fester .Cure' 'JIJ nat preaenp' them duly QIJ? YKAB FOB OJltT
Tutt's Liver Pills wttbJo two
am years or this notice wM be plead .
.. We an, not printing. ,.ata. I Jt newr/ntts{ loe,8. .: bar flC.their recoTcry. : ,r: B.JOH5B. ,f N

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h y y fM{l. ;J'orcfYs',rdear'a ;Hflock 1 ,A oot jjaasengerinholesome +OndOaJitfeetittieFerdbla i 7'' ;- ; '' .j t' ;'lt.-: .J "' ''''' '\-{ .
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f... ,f f C-P!tho joalona U&i,.wW.know. fwd thv'iddt'er ai=the.'lsadecotan'i.Cart i ,. II .P"p.''... ... 1\., .,:: .1:;

Cow. -Ec-4U1'Q}the.epM"'\ : 'tare far ieas compunction! ia torthing i'o-.. ,," .}, : : ..11'.. "D: Olnlj.DRr f; 't. ._', '.. -,..(" "..-. ",,_ '.
i 'ForglTe me.. G trost. -I-.toncJi an odd gentleman to got out.of iheh ,'!i :r- !
Oat Tboeo; braided Irtsaca: uTermnch. ,wayby::: running him 'down., At?the fRlCKL\ASHfpOKE BnnT' "'!
'Vole : This little earl 1 pn"M' ''Y01"8tth: 1.ale fined,.-Not tufreqaeD try; ; 1CATAR ?fu .
With thought of-days when,far sport, their. : D :POTASSIUM KIOfiETTMIMESHakes .
.teg* '. fines ra paid byViyJnpathizingemployer. : : tS ff ..
"* _yto tender\rile.of )yer .an : : : !
r,< ... Bat : ,' )
CaD m4ke.hedistaucedeas pays a+poor cabe' i' .
'\. glue'a fines, and the loss eta license io : :and .orspEPSiiMarvelous ; ; .
3 t'GASKINSi: trhich Forgive me;de.reet, if too Dear : .
j ty i bend. yew nyg ,test word to hear. addition mean.the loss of Ma meana -DEALEJL! .iN. listen now, you Me.. a liY1lihood. Cures ,; 1i.'J'i. .P' : ;., ;
dir ; for words Abat you may toy to speak 'In1 Paris,:we believe, the driver of a '....1MeW A'ti''pmo.titist ran NI .. t.i -
in. ; Borne tender moment-when too weak rt .cif. ..kiood .-.a ; '
s y 'DRUGS m men witfc Your yoice for reaching me. fiacre is generally allowed by the law to: \Ii". '. : ,,- .- "" : \
? run over one bourgeois ia the coarse i in f Blood PoisonfltiBumatlsm 't .
: tho..o ; ertha.a. Davis In Kate field'Washington. oi< : -"A4UuJf.o.: 7iitr*A ""'

., .. Starke, ,. ,FJa.f .. : MANUFACTURING BRAINS. lenient a year. In Moreover: London,magistrates,the law makes are less ac' 8e.IA' mu ere ,

; o- Whlcb unfair nd 1t\dose = ,. s $
arbitrary distinction betweenth0eabman'.eaee "
TbejAM DI ( ...
;a ; water Chlldm tad How< improved ",,"tore.DaeC.0.0.
, RkTdlisIl. P rttttteii carefullyoooponnded Mentally. and'that'of the va* (
Pall pre licensed drirer. The former is liable and ScrofulaP. J : 4
,at noun- tc
cated : education of the imbecile ia one ,lbaedeot+.stows Coolie
be 1 a ,,,
day --Jd: removed from the box for good and ,;
.orBailey. most an infinite pomberof, icpeti alt The dyer of the cart m..ccmtinue .P.V.porUM O.1I1ood.1I1aJ6jIt.. :'D..a. :.;

;I' .' world. ; ..of a message, which at the outset to urge on his wild career, though he I stra/th- wear to wettened cad c&ebWtated..hen.. epa.tin/ 4ZI.MII 0' P.-..., J'htftIo, : ;
.A ter. ; : be unusually sharp and clear and J ..d'.I YlDlrtaepatJeaUaealUa ID4. t Soth.wettdettat of H11I. ....'.r:
destroys several .. P.P. .1oe.ramGom ,
citizens in the oi .en Notnen. Jr100mY a
\i" of I| using. Jf: it is the sight and bear the London course '.fMllqa ad 1ualta4e am pr a11e4. tadr'r.dfx.errsl7 sr/wtth a asa+ ,, ,r,...
year.- Spectator.Mrs. alllhCl u4 erapGos oa r
.. dtetascreuDle
, took which ore to be improved, the pupil afar MOODdar7 aDd tertJur' my fees.. J rear' "
., Louis in darkroom tar cod di..ln..m.tilltflP.P.P.waa a + ,;ltr;;
: a and into its poraoala merea-
d am?OW enely .
W. B. Meek, who resides at
L': 8TARKE FLA. "It a single ray of bright light ia I ,ID ao IUIarJA.&:uS Ik1D. 1.ape lla. n e d&q. l.a Janrrar> .: e ";;'1-.
: CatnptonvHIe. Gal. her t. f
itted. And when tbis end MI>H daughter blotel1. ptIJIapJ-. old ehrontosmear.
says startling
IIeiIJ4 'Aea4. lllpeJu. of iyleee O.ri. Jz'
L was several fears troubled ,at tiaes .tthl .1IIda ,'
'J' a'y.o tbetical phenomenon has caught and ecwma-we may u feeatrsetetrmebat "
P.P.P.wtbebe darerMdatriat,
the child's attention by.repeti with aerece cramps in the..tomach., and brood parfaer is the world,gad toaha' -- "" rreotlk taU :

1Vh los to !. a elide is passed through the beam I would b in such/agony that it wa. neceamry CIIIeI. ad ismeat eal.r .a.Qm z..... wno..M.t."Ja.u'I.. 'lMS : e a

bql saJe 1 and Retail gone ; light, with sharply defined form to call in a physician. Having read anpoIeoJM4 .0.'..P.. rue""sarIe.un-I a dlwt ere haT of etta4.;feR ...; ;SaDd..1I1ood alladlawbae

on an! or engraved. upon it-simple about CUrtm Col>c. Cholera and) + ulmpure eoa.11- kaowm..akin f1IIMet'.fII T,7e t.&loa.
and foand tot
'. lD out' too, such as the ..square or tri Diarrhoea Rene concluded tu try ....eo.-cnal trrKo by $be tat1Gtasdtnf WOD" / o su>.. .= S. y,
know : or'star. Then the names of rheas mbeftdce4 = from seas t1s _. .'.
I. it She found that it always gave prompt rqa .Asa, n&1'UnW rNibol _"I
are clearly and distinctly nnd aotaadPotsaNam. 1IOrM. n
re ,
relief. It WAS seldom 4o give and 1eelooandeacthetaaothaeeearr. w
FRESH BEEF mi e tedly pronounced, the name sounded necessary ernxoraza.110. nag.itU.1893. Iris etleeta eQft Ie baa aDo nlnrnd ;p.: c't
the time the object is exhibited. be Kccorvd dose. "It bar not only savedus th.'ll8he.t tet mh ot .IDe fromndlgeatian, yOuKtrulY...u4. stoIPl.Ju -' ,
lots of nnd time" she "but mebolas from m7t, .. ,
says .tta'= w. Rt7tlr r
PQvK & MUTTON Yen is an example of the necessities taowledge. l""a1r Ltr '"",.t.
also doctor bills. It is &I '
mopiuu)u that tor Ar .11
dleeaw pleortey and rheaauttem r ,
who an extreme case-a very apathetic every family should have a bottle nf this 85 ears.wo treated by the ery bee& Y' '. .
few I unobservant child. Tsually it will Ju for house." For JI ktfeUat ana peat hundred ldolftI.t.. IttI b1MA.JV.1II01It IiQ rru 3
remedy SIlk by Stat k.ei Mod e"'I'7.DO'nu.med7w1tII DlIIIJII WIIII4N (jn. -$
SLICED HAM" A SPECIALTY. strike |!j. sufficient to exhibit objects by lifting i Drug Cu. oa6ltadtngrsna DOttie of I P.baTe P.Paadloan' ., LLARU4GtdULLIL! ...i: .:
ODe 70117
'.l east.! i i from the table and simultaneously obeerluU7., ,. U baa deal me more p'
It is H truth in medicine that the smallest mod Utananrthtng lba'YeeTal'takaa. LIPPMA' BROS.
cal .or their mules This must be done 'r'
ooeot .potluaoolaea. ola' loan reoomm.D41OV mdloia to UBprlagflcld .:
when and over again until the nerve dose Hint performs a cure is the best. rdlenn oe,the share dt.euK li'807I1IEb>#8 t r; ; :

b.A;: Feel'1 1r Vent; ;: and brain cells are stimulated in- DeWiit's Ltttle Early Risers are the MRS.,Qcvaa}II. K.CoazXj.TB..h_.nta, W'm ti e1wta4.itit.'it J.;sa
! ; '
tonco; j j action and developed into full- !smallest villa will perform n cur hurl
ar[- the best yta+ktl Drue Co.Biiiousncss.
r ,n "I and more perfect performances of'nor-

t r Badly me turned functions.imbecile child's brain is improved "if

l in the same way as the biceps muscle ? '*

('I little more and more enlarged. This it J.9 caused by
Andrews &
IT 0=day ? rt 'i was : e by the repeated use of small dumb torpiditycfthe .:

l at first and then by the gradual liver. Thi' tJjllUXJj

*1' .1 ask this ,, right | ; ; of heavier and heavier s ., provento the I
repenedlv.sexioaf ( bt'ctw : r '
cOJce1! digestion c Sala and Fond Stablns.
dlsea clue !
; A M Joilova i ;:; :,r '
it "i'-ents. dY was tenure of human life is so short food, which | '
bag pf .all that can be done for such ,
: If jvu ar weak 8 ex. ferments a d .
't art I.J.r.:1ly exucnvous- begins types is to enthrone the disen. deco in
htu', O moral posos I FINEST TURNOUTS to the city. 'j 1-11
i prow'sI have: n.) ai'P are sense. It would require the stomach
t j I and'cs: i't lrx. .lID voices eternity to tone up the five physical ondcausos distress '

> +f I Iron M 'hqi"i'llr t.! tic ftrc'iRthciiingrjci"icii'.,l mH CIJ rcllaA Jak.! air below, t Nervous pupils idiots and show are much remarkable more ,dizziness. Hood's, headache Pills, invigorate insomnia, nervousness. the 1 !!Iers' Teai 1s pi Drajloi.a J Sjscialti .,'": : ;

i :,Iron which Bit'is3gwn's e ing improvement in a short time. liver,cure biliousness,constipation jaundice AtteDt1.ona '

I Bitters. K-ii reftmmesa e I d the physical senses are always im .sick headache etc.25c; all druggists.Dr. : Prompt m
.a I i"oni tbe very test ered with the improvement of the '
t Just, a sense. A child who has been REAORABE CHARGES.Btablea k
I 3 Powell's "yever-1rai1" Fever Cure
IT CURES = how not to be an animal indoors may be found on sale with any of the following iafan&L j:

J "' 1: 2 Dypepla, Kidney Pod Liver : have more appreciation of color, : .. corner Call and Thompson gtreeta,cat block from'Depot.MORGAN .

5 Neuralgia, Troubl?. e clear a.child who has learned not to cry J.L. OA.8KINR. f -
Starke Fla.
.n Constipation Impure pfcod, II i can scream on the slightest pretext will STARKE DRUG CO.. .i "
h :Malaria, Nervous ailments : I fq) a far better GEO. S. ROACH & BRO., NewRlTer.Fla.Hampton. BBOS.P.O. J Yt
regulated of
,+. 4> Wornea's complaint. sense H. C, PARKER & BRO., i>
it could ] smell and hearing.-:.New York G. 8. YOUNG Flo. '
H Get' only the renu5K! h-a crcised red : Sienai&m HARVEY JARRETT Lakeside. FlA.
: ; lines c-n the wrepjjur. _ R. W. JONES. LaCrosse Fla. '
U BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, Ma = er I LUKE DRA WDEY. Pine Hill Fla. :Building, Starke, PIa.; 4
' ol i : Two Lives Saved. M.M. DRiGGERS Dekle, Fla.
; w;a lltabohe, O t onohtf oo .i .,
but : .Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, R. L.JONES, Camps SUBSCRIPTION T
his JOHN A. KING Lake Butler, .
yak ghe.LtrgeET: and Most Complete Estab- '
was told by her doctors she bad Con M.C.GILL ft ''
+ Ii hment South.
und that.there was no hope for TOWNSEND BROS Wholesale and Mail 'Stationers.
and J.H. noWLING.II. 1
Gea. )aye.k ,r & Son the but two bottles of Dr. King's New S.J.PRFSlIOTT. Sampson, Fla. .- <
cured her, and she says it saved C. H, HOUGHTON, MlddJeburg-. 4 .
thrill ODOM BROS., Providence B B B| a
life. Mr. Thus. Ejrgery, 139 Florida W, f. BYNUM, Fort "
White Fla
along Ban Francisco.. suffered from a dn-ad-! HENRY & WILSON. Drew Fla. Dealers Musical Instrument and Merobaadjse,'WaD Paper,
.1 to cold, approaching consumption, tried HIGH SPRINGS MED. CO.,High Springs. Fla. Picture frames made to order. Full lime of School Books and Supplies'

bling result everything else theoI I tried J.JOHN H. JOHNS II.CARY,. Houston Melrose "', Legal Blanks. Orders fox: Printing lTeL Chris m.a i goods ia i.....
i1* my et huttle s of Jr. King's New Discovery S. L.WEEKS Mlke rllle, "
t- : in two weeks was cured. He is Ji' J RIVERS NewnansviUa, .
J. G. COLtON, LltesTtlle. "
thankful. It is such result
; KOON, "
tones: L. Mason,
these are samples that proves N. G.HAYS, Crosse. Wm TISON .y ,.
I.jf V
"It \ efficacy of this medicine in w
[ and Colds. Free trial bottles at Southern Chemical Co., r..' t
ever : Drug Co's. Regular size 50c. and
into Starke, Fla.,
?*" 4s '.l.'r timing" _' OFFICE OF 8. CIIEHRT. / Sole JU'rA. mm, FEED 'm SALE ..STABLES, i

to you! SAVANNAH, Q\
-MAjrUFACTUKERS OF--- LirPMAN Bnog.. S.vnnnah Ga. B HH ,.

7: DOORS SASH BLINDS gan to Sirs:-I would like to add my Leaver Hodges :Block Starfre Fla. '4.e. ,

ZyL''.' ,; the" to Hi": almost miraculous effect Doubtful are easy Seeds to get alone., and The cost bent no >

.: Moulding ..Building Material, him" : : ., a P.woman P. in living the case on of my Mary place.Ingra-She more.FERRY'SSEEDS Ask your dealer for Has 1 finest flrffli ni rifli h tees ii 1 o V fliyJGentle ; ,

+ :Sash, Weights and Cord.nuni.FSTON. was a constant cough, sore throat, debil

etc., and was. emaciated to degree I i

( s. c. little she was unable to get out of bed
Always ttu b rt. Known

? .,,; Purcbi. e oar make which we guarantee Superior to tI being Fiver up by physicians, everywhere.. l l'or.18V5 Feny's tells Meat Horses. Stylish Bigs.
Ann yow
e1 r tp any sold South and' thereby did had takee the ruinous so-called blood f-what, how,and when to plans.

,4. save money. tanoe without the least effect, until eeut'Free. Get It.. Addrevi Hones Boarded at Reasonable.. Prices and Given Best Attenttom

WINDOW... AND FANCY GLASS A SPECIALTY et put under the P. P. P., she' ammo D.Detroit M.FERRY MIdi.PILESW.*CO., I ?i
) --- ]I began t< | 'mpf'.xv and! is now in
x .1,000.000 had health H3 ever in her life. You
a. People WearIlLJouglasSlioes t
what refer to me at a'.y time a* to the ,
of P. P. I P. in the foregoing case. .
As I
the Yours truly PILES
aerial ? .
r HAND 0 BEST .. r Railway.
: '. r; .u' r. t. l.Ipvl! K ..-
all the 'I''''' draw ls3 .
Mr. Freeman '
OCESS; ORLD. cio: >:.:;act even : iaFl[+ t a.ea
er s. <1l'H >un iorcc'l to atJajit that t. e a.tdu

I h 5.00 3.00prto Frcci: the hibtorian of the refer* ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST RODTE. '

a very w,* a master.; Fronde was a .ea t-.r .. I:... t
1' $4,001 p $2.50 scared sailor uud could manage yacht or ,
1 i'J tlio ugliest tea as if he had been .' THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, d

; $3.50 $2.00h was" tu tbo business. So he was quick o en C3.1 i COMPARTMENT CABS. DINING CAHS,
'It .1
;) t rylip that his friends, who Q '
$50 for. lea expert might make.. O r_' woa .... THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VEST1BULED. TRAIMfc. .q

$125I + ;.' of "Crookit Meg," == t eia'u = -\.1 -

For Bois have" .* i tended: to say was as good as I .7 t 1 ...t QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED. yt
!. L-i:", ,.Jib one exception. "If yot! ,
L ifldYOCIbB ] tv t,.!. '. us to sea in this question- .a:; ,.

w. L.:Dasla sboo and save fire. told : ; r; 1 v ...:.1. yon -must have your en 10 e 0 .... North /: : __t. r.Zearth iwac: ; W. .
1 M i T.N s1 Au gad 0t4
;# I1n lesthr hY tnuelnaeesed W. some -,'"'er. Thcf main sheet ,.. .. ; .. .
of<4bt riles, bat the quite and prtet oft far -..I..t. The jib is 'loosed' -- Jl, : -4 ALL TRAINS'DAILY. -:::;. *;: Dr' :. ALL TRAINS DAiLY. Me..rrt 1L M0.0.afrw'
: 1L -I .
W. ;
; Tik BfMlM remuom "It .- r.' r way and is the first : : u.I..... art* a't ..we. ..,..... ; '

PdbRr.>%i$!M IV BK>9no,,MA a. olJbyJ. pie : -': .-.': YOU are coming to C o a t.. r.. La.. JaekionvlU..p.Cdt r7 so am 20pm LY.J.ekl')11TiDe. F.C a P.. Jf-top ,,1a'as
eoulhera '
; ; : M. ALVAREZ, Starke. just ,.: ;j. ,:... -. I51ack'\\0041'& Maa: as I 'tE ." Fr:"'nnih'a __ 11. 60 be am am 10 845pm 41 pm AL Meontt' ?. .145 SMpm amt4 Je"4 r.gas W st,
had 5: f .c ColamhU, Conti! .. rn. 6 CI."t pm 400 an Atlanta,' K am II_ r :
,,11' lilanton. & (! ilampton.UKAI a rnrn Cturlotte.,. .. :30pm2am. 700am M Clatta1aOCJPt. 710 p i.IS era
amerpnk '. .
ee :s .bluJ.on 8 30 pm Cladnnatt, Q. A C__ TsOan1000pm 'J to IS
oily us. It : ) '(- Threat :\u>: ordinary cup; m.i+ 'q asea ... ... Ralttmora hnn.Jt.11.. Io..m It 35 pm .u: 1D. lo-vtfam. 12 OlD'

"tq r .' I> record : in one uiglu I Uy applyicft; Cham- c: f f!=IOIOS 0 a .-aW 14 Pnl New Iao1elphl&: York ".. __.. 12 10 as IS pm am f 300am20am w St. Loin"Cairo a.UD. .2 89sa ---- >+

lug '+ Pain Bnlm* directed wilb) each I Ar. Memphis K.Co W.*B. j
TilE 'L'1YUT1B S'EEK: .... a n.4 fciii Ar. Atberille.. Southern..... __ 10 10 am KansMClty. ._ A GO pm ,; _,.. J
R This uied I 'l; g
.tJAYANNAH WEEKLY NEWS A of r&tumatismy lame back and A t---I Jl ." For information. apply to any Agent of this rrcat'RAlI..a" -
f -, and muscular] pains. For Cd f14 .a 1" i .=.
t x Its connection
Bay 1.-.... .. System, or
styli AN: 8-PAGE PAPER try to by Starke Drug Co... C. wo ,
o wad 17. A. TURK, -.c. A. BENSCOTER, S.H.( F

104 TIMES A YEAR His be G. Barlfey,. of Magic, )Pa-, wiltes; 0: t Ass o == Qtnvral Pa... A mt, Aait.O.n. Pa**. At*"*. A..'l Qwrt P....Agent '.

: it a duty of m (W- to inform you en tfUA&XMGTON D.CKNOXVULt.TKNN.. .. AJLANTA..
name e III
ALL 'THE NEWS. todari s
be the public. hat DeWitt's Witch Ila- 3 W. D. ALLEN, .
w.: A PAPER FOR THE [IOU E. "No ) : 1 ye cured me of a very bad case of eo Florida '
Passenger Azfttt, :. -
girls, ma. It also cured roy boy of a BUD- -r-4 z- k
+, $ ..OO"A. YEA, SAMPLE; COP- :Max.1J sore on his leg. Starke Drug Co. ... .... 'Ii 212 West"Bay Street,JACXSOmnLLEr. FLA.JnJv nt ._

IKS FREE. then: 0 liS: g. t1J. TRAM: }
ROTECTION from the | .. t.
%$; > grip! iI L:
Date." : pnerunonia diphtheria, fever,and y P -
aged is given by Hood's Sarsapa- d ssy8:: s \1 ,

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,.,/ q.I' .. .1'f.J'Aa jr:K_ atbzW8d .pl ,..f pro'b b i.b120 O n1bdi ;.-: ''''CAPITAIi N OTES.4r : ,', :The'order"a'oea.not. meMwtth"an6theytnatttw&LW," "e'J8f.;. \\ kei 1.Yt" '- ... i-i jf
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\ "BEHDBnIO S:y im'i. 'sis' bf 'l ,,. ., ... that wlie :;at:6ffieisconsoIida1: iMbyJiV' K< :-1 V; 'H :" ,
:. ffil' '.l i. fl1t7yO(:.McLatirin th"11"''rati'* thins we\t ,t oat .Bere n'Beniitorselected :" -:,-:> '" :. <- eo, -<) \ ;
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,.\ ... ... _did -" rn: i-;;V 3 1fr u(85 ;; lure'republican.'anclihirtyrfiTeout < :'. '; ':: : .- ; '-.n8Te": : ; .ld B.
., :!,h-Z..:..-.:,?" ,..j' .'.......("W, < :., ...<4"t:1.";;" t1tt.,.:. -.. '.'. '000 to'5O OOOr p' iliatidiatiiot.: '"of' l.menuf.; tha assembly arerepublicans. '. ? *. 'tI ".r -::;-;:- f;; v': >;- :.fretfdeliveipT;.cffloe1 orjistaiiqn; )If will 'j" itt. b '4'1".1,
j :"i.' .'i( /!; ' 3 :i ... : eceire15 per?;cent of.the .: : -! GOSSIP. ,pF *WASHINGTON : '
"- t1.t\S'. .: ; 'W'.J,>, .til. "' ...V"k 44: 1 '- 'i. '- v 2'be pistmaitermsy.bCCOm3 ,,uo.ef Qtp
.. present
Ii; .! .. ;, ,>:, ;.. ;,r-- : .... ;;2pljity for democratic Ute officers 'lr "; :' ; OllTq" .
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_ : : /Utah: Uncertain. ,_ / -Bu1EFFAlA-pns. : ;,: i :Vclerk /. chiefofthe;:stationor he ere jwi/f j.8mUbl.frv*.-inf %i'
KERLY-ElfERYTHIIGGOES( the Yneihborhoodof:1. : so;- SAMLAKE :, .; or.: aont, bma ibttftae'faeV'j l'
.. e' ', .Ut ,h.The: : ele tionyeryquietly. ; ,. ,, may/be'"dischRrgedsand other r.J'ph t ;
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.: : he be :jastac-
.. t iS; ;L ;.' !'A.\ ti4The 1 person appointed J blit as sboias : ,
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if-, ... -f.,. c1o-;> 'THEIR. Y-iI Maryland' ...... r",' "nJ.: on account'of the will not Doin, n of. the' .Chiefs- Ied.Tot.. : { comet,tho clerk'ia the station'he;is included well haremade'fit'f000; "a1ncejffoitrin&iauapolisthirnaL ".',
"' 1., "' .. ..''.'.1-.'.'' ,.''' ... :. DJiIoR;: ;Y : .S enatoE', ."A..'. -.. exceed 80 cenU of:the"t t 1'T te. r. ": ;i-:
i .. \-t Jr _. .-... i4.. per Various .Departments.>> : ] '" : in the classified service and pro.tectedbjuir -: '- |
"; ,,' 't\\. r ," *J,. ". ." .. .y> ;i'i Gorman,, the great,'Maryland: ( leader. Sufficient ,returns, hays ,not'yet 'been: _;: ". < "' 'jj>. .' ;' i & ;, i1'.

_ I'$ [ ;who_ .made'; it.possible? for.Grover, received show:with. anydegree; .of / The civil//service"IK"commissioners.ssy I ". .w ;.f .Ib. D .W :
MISSISSIPPI :AND ::Cleveland to become :of the 'of :Tennessee: L -Andthe1ocks .
.. ;yiEGlNIA: : president' : certainty what the result will ;be, but attorney general that if the newplan works as well as_anticiped gr,"* ,H*******' wu*vc f*.m ""*""Tflrmltieabf
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;' W T.-'VJ** ? i -j. 'United Bates.Tmet his Waterlootoday. present indications are 'that'th&votewill and Mr. 0. G.Mattjiewi1OfTheMeIflphis : ; : 'andt1e postmaster -o cotheoflapaeed 'iVreiirdaaAv;
!" 1IOLDTHE1U OWN, : iA-tidalwave"-'such: this arrived bytheth inuMorate iatpt of the benfcn ffecttf"-1'
: as good remain it Commercial-Appeal, jfrWashington te '
last ,
r substantially .was; general.that it will placing? a :
I M'Jlt :0 4" : old denjocratld; has". and Ju1tr" tm& Bitn. amelh&:
.state neveTiknownbefore morning on '
'''' '' year, except,that the popnlist vote,for .Sunday the are1
r' large"numberi: of postofflcea'under f .
-: the and > .. olaca and count r cti te ..T'dencjto
h 'swept Secretary
through interTiewwith:
counties had .
.tp' ..:; ',-. I Lawrence for governor will cut:down Monday' : civU service rules.4 ; IDvr' t ;.
fefe t t i ': .AND into; tha cities:).andthe:candidates, .WeU's-republioanrnajority. Olney regarding the arrangements dlgegtloa, :! ad.nea&Ia1pro.
WHTO LOSES. : rctil"
, : ; >EENTucKYsEEMs'pATED.:: under an avalanche! :of'7epnbli an and who', under L; ;; .. ;
!lb '' 'f .. ; "?NETV POPULIST PIATFORM. MemphIs: forger isx ."! .... j'\- h.. ) i:'r ":. .I.i
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: ""', 1I.f., 'G 1J'. :,;,,,: ,,. ,l. independent TOt a.. 4't ,- arrest'by the authorities of Honduras;; ,The. ;Poet_ Succumbs. Suddenly. to. A'new cpecles of,-di; jron fly Is meUone M'haviog ;
I ',1'\ ., -Ther i from The Subtreasnry Abandoned and New b a, ;OeD.U 'f
Stetesbu no
I' if -.- thecountry are : .Although the;.United : :B an. :Failure., ,
:! i .Duo- atfSt 1io-4CoP: meager,,,but: ,everywhere. there' ,have :FeatureS Added.. extradition :treaty with that,country} .Eugene tx Field,,the poet;died at an ;Dr.! KI"mr..8':Roo trroWe*- <* wap' ti:

f -'t-- been large republican gains. The populists" :of Georgia have authorities'seized Ward and held early bourMo.nda'mornfDg: jat. ,hlfhome i _al Kne :,Blder *fee.,' ,'f J JDowajtr'Emprtss'of

I II./1 -tredbythoBepUbiICn,- : :Late returns'from. the, .wards of the abandoned '-the. -subtreasury'plan.' him to':await the'.arrival.of the necessary in Chicago of heart failure .He, .J. ihto7hsmn.Z.a! .<,,, .",

/\fl.; city/show.that. the regular:'democratio That has,been one.of the prominent papers. v retired, Sunday night in fairly; good 5' ) '& -.;''L -

$ //v. : result fwdneady'ieIections ticket'has been defeated 'by'J5000. features in their 'platform heretofore, Word :s 'reached Washington- : that health-,and ,apparently slept:soundly' ,Ra.fT "Da- fa *:::f" '.. :
i' More than tw -thirds the/members but the platform adopted, by .the ex Iowa the .
George Wallace Jones of until when his son Ko occupieti .
daybreak ,. : IiOldea TlMePeopl ,
$ .Of: the twelve .
., ; .
tIsjio.greatsurprise.\ :: : : of the legislature will: be republicans.There ., ecutivooommjttee'which'(.in Atlanta oldest' retired United senator the'room with, him heard him *orerlooked' "thie.imporUnce- ofnently ;I"

: I -..Utea.where.-._*. .a.,generai'Tote:- ,was *cast. will be but %five democrats" in .a fewdays! ago,, contains no living and the contemporary: lImes: groan and putting put his hand found: beu.ftdal-effects-aml :

.1 it i 1.fC? ? couldreu:. uAb1y,..have.bean the:city"council, one of.' w.hoD ,will bea .reference' whatever to it. :Monroe John Quinoy'Adams and An-', that death had:already,taken place.. -' -'S b 41, > "/ wn, rtt f' :

", >> er. .:doubtfnt: :These were New negro._ The latter.will be the second .The executive committee held:its drew Jackson, is about completing his For sOme days Mr. ,Field had.been wt& tit ;ligi ,. ..
J, IorkNew.JereyMayhna; and Kent -. negro /elected ,to the council 'by,the meeting with 'closed doors but the Jog. xp autobiography. .and will ailing'but it supposed he was uf- a iown ',' ?- -. "? ,.

)r' w. ; :'people of the city. s latest issue of The Teople'd: .Party have it r ady.r for the ,press in a few. fering from his usual stomach trouble, l ) & constipation.wellinformedpeople ,1f
';; \, ." :. ckR ;Jn everyr;,one of these. ,doubtful Paper contains an official report signedby be : will not buy other laxative. which ae&t"
Virginia,Goes AllRight.RICHMOND weeks. The announcement Deceived : and no. serious turn, was.,anticipated. the'ayatern.
,f \I'} states'the democrats were,defe te&, ,- VJL-Returns ,received Chairman Watson and Oscar Par- throughout the' cQuntri. 'W tb ,Dr.:Frank Beilly who was summoned o time- :, but flnir injure ; J "

tkE-4} ;: The dispatches below'tell theliale. .of thelP up'to'1:30 o'clock Wednesday' morningehow ker; secretary. This gives' in full the lively interest for,the epochs covered immediately, pronounced :death to DUeo!,'Yorkii" "tO b'J..,rrIdmirs. 'y<5l '

battfrof ballots: thatwhile' the democrats platform which, in the sense of this 'are so far back as to be fresh and new Lave been caused by the formation:ofa !. .>.

.. ,. .- 'Kentucky's: Tale*of. Woe.' have carried the state and elected .committee the next national convene to readers oftodayandJonea is known. clot'of blood on the heart. .- I What-8ea..f Belief It"If t..Jh. ',

than of the 'tion of the people's party should adopt.In to a greater, fond of personal 'In addition his woik,: that yon have no Cr Bhidererl. nce]
::1$ 'The::story of Tuesday Kentucky more a majority general possess newspaper -I .them nd 1 & t
respects the platform is and cmrofl" .
assembly they suffered more serious many reminiscences of :public :men Mr. 'Fi Id has 'found time perform -
much likeS that of -
'4-. :was very: in: the nature a year ago.of a losses than wucxp cted. The honest the same as has been adopted by the things of national note in the long ago much extra labor in the literary field, J .

11 .wi Itirai'sometbIni.: 1alide. Old democratic strongholds 'elections people have certainly carried party ce its existence, but there are than anybody else now surviving. and ha established a .reputation as 'a -
\ have" .'while others' sixteen house, districts:and two senatorial some new features. AB a result of the latest powerf and cleve writer.of stories ? .

i v their'accustomed 'mijo tiel. The returns the district now 'i epresented,by Mr. of the internal revenue system tore two from Utah, and one" each Dream Ships,,written for and 'i f
advocates' the
election of
from one hundred and five of the Walton,the patron of the present election the ,direcl from Kentucky Ohio and Maryland printed in the October Ladies' Home I .

j J ''one hundred \and.nineteen counties law,which is being ao.,vigorously United States senators by a and the democrats lose three senatorsone Journal. He was especially adept in
I 1 The : also 'claims vote 'of the people declares that the and stories'of child life i ii 1it%
*I ,, t, giverColonel,'William O. Bradley, re.publioan fought opposition each from Maryland Kentucky poems 1
: ; church and state shall be forever kept
'. "candidate for to have carried Augusta and Pittsyl- and Ohio' None of these ch nges'become and his printed books now ''number a
I a ma
: : governor be ,
- jority'over P. Wat Hardin, the dei vania, two ,of the' largest counties in separate and no public office is to effective; however, until March half 'dozen'volumes. He has also made l fb 1

J the and both of .which appropriated for any private ,or sectarian in the of the two himself famous to the reader -,
.lt1 e eat c,.candidate, of 3,965votes." ,The state usually declares in-; favor of \4, 1897 except: case public as a L1q
give democratic majorities.. purposes; 'whowill take their seats ofhis stories and -
;! ...:'. i, fourteen counties, estimated according large the Utah senators, own verse. 'r'l: .
W, thet With the nineteen hold-over senators the state supplying ,books to pupils as soon as chosen..' Thereafter the numerical Mr.,'Field .was born in St. Louis 53
to.the vote cast i -
1 {- ; .at this guJb the democrats will certainly.have twothfrda as well as theteachers:; advocatesthe strength in the senate'will. be Mo.;, Se'ptfember, 2, 1850 and was' 45 'ztJ
rnitorWiacewil1iwel1 majority :
i; ; : lease
: abolishment of the :
Courieri1' of Loth houses. as follows: Republicans 41;'d mo- :years old at the time of his death., He -k'-
J : .to' .nearly. 5,000. The -.
; ; A. 'J :.Nebraska.LreooLir system and the fee systemand closes crats, 89; populists,. 4;vacant political leaves a widow and several children.
Jour "Democrats of Hentuckyare d
I with the declaration for a state dispensary Weak ai Languid
: askjng where; they stand Neb.-.'Not. one-tenth 'ofthe traffic (Delaware) 1; total 88. If the Delaware Among'his better known books arethe
-frt!. ; under which..liquor
system "
.t N.i9da t ,.. It was' .sin, avalanche., The TOting precincts in' the state" had: shall controlled. ,, the element of vacancy is filled by ,i republicanit "Denver Tribune Primer, "Culture's "Our little Estt rhie had whoopias cough,

'Ii}; .t tw "ffoverhorV1 race: is, 'in,.:doubt The sent in even'partial returns 11 profit eliminated and the barrooms will give: republican majority in.the'upper Garlands"Little", Book. of 6f .after which she lingered aIOngfrodsyte'f
branch 'of Western "Little Book
: "? I l: legislature in ,doubt: Democratio o'clock? Tuesday,night "Reports"8e. abolished. congress. ; day,poor,weak,ktngnid. She could tcarcely' -

: :''majorities :in,:democratio, strongholdslhaye mainly,from county seats,'with a few, The first paragraph ''of the platform Secretary Morton' Report. ProfitableTales"'With "Seoond Book of" e&tanytMmgueeewaeaoftn4llow..

,' :. '" ;.been shaved to almost nothing.As .. "estimates on, outlying' precincts,and is uponthe money question and is as Secretary Morton' now engaged in Verse"Echoes, from'the Trumpet Sabine and Farm.Drum" Igay her ,\ fc, r v ,

&: ; ; 1 :' it stands;.wIth-reports from about indicated a. material jaIling off follows:' v the preparation of'his annual report. Hood's

;:'tt J:, [\eight counties, 'Bradley".has a lead of from the vote of 1893"with'whioh comparisons '.'The'direct issue of all money b,.. 'It is understood that he ,will dwell at The ..New"Ju."Wa.bID Sarsaparilla

n:i )':) t.bout&OOOoesfo7: governor: 'heregybebetter'new5 J are.made ,The.loss to each the government; abolition of banks of, length upon the question of..the extension 'TIi announcement of ,the ,sudden taad she" soon began'to,erayg-sometbtag taj

M.. to iozne' from the party is.about ;the :same, and. :.unless; issue; no more bonds' to be issued; of'foreign markets for, American death of Eugene Field proved great at She steadily improved/and' today i la

1fJ' .' L ,;unrepiprted counties, ,but the ,'same radical changes occur in' outlying gold and silver to be coined upon equal products.. Ho has #given special shock to his xumerous friends at the full good health' Her fleahl "soiu,'bar|
V! ratio of/democratic ul 'land counties" the. republican state ticKet the national capital.. He ,was known Cheeks roar, appetite- good.and her.sleep-,
: :1.elw attention to thisquestion during personally
o : terms at ratio of 16 to 1. The volume : .rXmhlng> Ma ML A.Cool,1 M Fulton&.,,<
Mr.BrdIey in,the executive: ; mansion, .will be elected. Incomplete ;returns of currency to be increased to past year and has, through the consular ,by a large number of the public 'aahody, liua. Get only HOOD'S.; 3

,Jj i at.Trankfort: : Itisan 'openquestiinwhether" 'from the state show that Norval;republican $50 per capita."Government. service and in:other ways, obtaineda men. and, :newsPaPer ,writers of -

__ either .Senator: Blackburn: or has carried the' state by 20- revenues to be raised vart amount of information which isof Washington, by whom he was not only 'U .1,8 flhII riii3'are UT.iasteIeanOOi& au rujists.. 2Ga

: iti Mr.pIoCreary or.either will be United: 000 over Maxwell populist 4for.... supreme by graduated tax upon ,incomes, 'and par\icular'value to farriers. The admixed for his skill as a writer of 5 : -- -
,{.,i" "-f :States senator from Kentucky.t4 .". court justice.. by a tariff tax upon the luxuries life, secretary will probably in I his report prose and verse, but highly esteemedfor S ir.5

; I Ttev,legb1atuiemay'be t xepnblioayslratvtheholdovert Massachusetts. -., ( the necessities of life 'being placed suggest new methods for the utilization his genial social qualities -' '

:, : ; :.Benators,will':,save ;i BOSTON, Mass.Massachusetts re-; 'upon.' the free-list and the internal rev-' of this information .and.athong I '

:.> l the democrats on joint ballots. The elected Governor F. T. Greenhalge fora : enne system to be abolished. other points will indicate the importance BOOKER. TO' .BEN. .TryThem

,. !% legislature'appears to be 65, democrats third term by,about 65.0QO plurality Government ownership of all trans_,' of caterIng to the foreign demands Open Letter from-'-Booker Washington ,

'j, ;: against 9Jpp sition The 'populists over George Fred Williams democrat; portation,is still advocated as,is shown pointing out that in no .particular .to Senator Tlllman. ,AM,

hold, the balance, :'of 'power, 'Black- 'in total vote of somelOjOOO less than by this paragraph: product is free .from Booker .

4 .burn's friends cl.un"hi election. with last:1ear"Lieutenant Governor Waicott "Government ownership of .trans competition.: T/Washiogton, who'was 'the : jcry I S ,' .-!

-:1: the aid.of the'popul .ets.. ,-republican, is re-elected by a plu: portati lines which are the,high Need Confederate Records. the orator jIi.behalf of the the negro ;rice on :: ;..,
opening day of Atlanta -
j :Nsrnr oEKi. November :5.'r The'republicans rality nearly as large... The.balancevof ways of modern travel the telegraphs ,' 10m'. I ,
to Commander'Bush has written' ,'state. elected According superintendent Senator.Tfllman, ',' ..1.. )
- : haTe'catTled New York state and telephones be" run as adjunctsto of'the' naval records :
of South D'I :
war letter in .
, 'and.T&mthany has swept the City clean. ,by slighily smaller pluralities. The the postal service." I'' .the first volume'of this publication has behalf of the:negroes! of open that state. -, .,, '' '1' {; ''Z4 .
'The is the ticket democrats have gained one senator'in It is said in the last of the ,/" 'aD dHrry's
.I following Tammany .Boton'and.a. plank proved to be so popular that the demand The letter'.was inspired by this statement t ', : .
few b
representatives -
'elected ,Henry! D.: Purroy,1 county platform that relating to the dispen"- ; '
of for it can-not.
public fn letter
of James
the contajned a t --tik -
,H. 'Trnsx Charles F., :thr ughout.the stat The question, that the'greatest t'iTi1E4
Charles wDe
: clerk; : sary system, perhaps met after'congresa'' is< supplied, even Creelman in the New York World: ;
'McLean .Frederick Smythe-:,justices isit expedient: to grant-municipal suffrage effect on local politics .may be ;fouri& to for' '"An fac't"that .. ;:;:i.'J' aiyj
though people are willing pay appalling
to is decided in the '' may "
women,, -
l of.the supreme court'Joseph P.,NewJ negative The platform has naturally; created a ,the publication He ommends that obvious .at a first'glance is that the "
: ,btng r, Martin- T. McMahon;' judges by a majority of 55.090.or very good deal of talk*in legislative circles, f ." .
t't ; the issue be increased. In his reportto course proposednieansthe end of negro .J' *
sessions Robert $ nearly,.two, to, cue.A '* where which has bearing I4' "Y' f 4
t offli Igenerali s ( everything, any Secretary Herbert the commander education and in I '. t -
- "
"!1l ly4kt'Johu. :. P." Schuohman Ed- ,v. _' .Kansas. on state politics is closely,watched. says the second volume now in the South Carolina. This negro is progress openly, admitted \ : ;"hr ;.' ." '
1 ward E. Odijerjutioea of the city TOFEKA .KANS.-A: light vote was
r f ; hands' of the printer and two .nfore: by Senator-Tillman and his
; 4 c' .court;-William: Sohmer, register. Ao- polled .tcday. Little interest wastqken CREU5HAW COMMISSIONER. volumes will be issued during the' 'year. friends." 4!

t.l" :cording to'' tetnrns- BO. far received, in the contest. for chief justice. The entire publication will make be- Washington he appeals to the
David Gov. Atkinson Names Him and He Is says
t: 4 \Tammany 'has, elected eleven out of Martin republican, was gener- tween twenty and thirty volumes;and senator as a magnanimous and .
and eleven ally considered winner but the Confirmed by the Senate. generous .
.;; : ,twelve senators,, assembly- a sure in view'of the enormous work of this man in behalf of ..650,000 1 -
: \ men,out of thirty.,five. returns from the ,few precints heard While Governor Atkinson has main. compilation it is recommended that in negroes '
a elected"the from indicate that the vote for Charles 'silence South Carolina, and begs 'that the
have following tamed
The discreet to who he
republicans a as ." "
the office be and board : T-
reorganized-. a members of his race be not kept in fc X
;l' :;; S .state ticket:' ., ; Holliday,
i : i.i; John Palmer secretary 'of'? state; II will be much. larger than was anticipated succeed, Mr. Jordan, the general and two civilians,: the latter to insure humanity. He concludes letter'with '.
,Jamea'A. Roberta comptroller Addi- the\ populists,generally voting for.the fe'w'days almost .
'S s;; ; I opinion past was impartial judgment of the manuscriptsto a statement that he .is actuatedby.
', a 'l60n.D.(1 \treasurer; Theodore E. for.him. .- Out of eight district judges; unanimous that .the plum-would .KENNEDY'SMedIcalDls
be included and insure uniform desire ,
a .a (hat the state. in
I 'is: <. :Hancock, attorney general ; Campbell the republicans elect five and the, fall to Hon. T.. C. Crenshaw. Therewas line of. attempting
; policy. to rid itself of
burden not
: f' W.AdAiusstate engineer and surveyor : populist; and democrats three; being a little' surprise,'thereforewhen his 'one
of value'havebeen obtained
loss of two to the -The Many papers take up one ten times'-more_' griev u9. overy1
{ lJ t ; lora'E-: Martin, associate judge republicans.. name"was sent into the senate Tuesday during the past: year. The reports ..
t. of the court fappesla.TheiIotion. ,' returns are coming in slowly. morning'for confirmation without of the Union commanders are TEx\W\

'' :. throughout the.state; .Ohio.!Solidly Republican.At any ceremony the senate' promptly full and fairly complete, but it is re:' A PAST DONALD' KENNEDY, (x 1t
ofi ii1IAS.
-; *: .was.orderly and,rapidly Conducted and midnight Chairman Kurt of the ratified the choice of the governor. gretted that the Confederate recordsare To Be Operated Between'Chicago and '

'. ij! J ,the results were quicklycomplied.UnitedPreubulletins .. republican state committee sent telegrams Mr.. Grenshaw is. 'probably us:well not equally .so. .Great difficulty Atlanta. Has diovej hi .ono' of>oar' ebmtaon '

if-; ; ,. say that the, to General Asa Bnshnell candidate known as any. man in Georgia.' He has been in the, remedy that cores very

'. 'Senators' elected in ,'.New. York state for governor; General JCqes..of has been actively engaged '.in politics latter partly_experienced-owing to the collecting'fact that a southern,A revolution in the operation of kind of.Humor, Iron tawonSf .

< 4 fT;comprise 'thirty-four republicans andsixteen Youngstown candidat for lieutenant since be came to georgia not only on railway lines was inaugurated down to a omm.u"pimple.
, ,
of the Confederate
large archiveswere
ut part Sunday when the limited train over: 'He has :h
",,; ,/ democrats. governor; and to ex-governor Foraker his own account, but in the' contestshis burned at'the close of the war, the road cases,and'norer f I ee ndr
and Eastern Illinois
; NxwYosrNovember 6.There.i friends have made and Chicago ie c
'i (\ t stating that the whole republican for office, and it is hoped that the publication of started .( thunder h fol). He has'now inhis
e- for Atlanta record break ; t
., :no doubt that the Irepublican state of- ticket,was,elected .pluralities bordering he has ever been counted a ioyaj supporter the first volume will bring additional fast on a possession:over"two hud eertiflcates -
.t; \jfioers have.been elected by,pluralities close around 100,000 and congratulating to the cause he espoused.' material to the ing run. S of its raJue,' all .miles
i ,',, ,averaging about 50,000. The estimated them. When Mr. Cleveland was first "* The train left Chicago Sunday afternoon -, ;of Boston. Bead postal card for boOk.Abeneftis4lways ..
. Civil Extended.
T'i pluralities above the Harlem sri about The republican chairman claims 75 elected president, Mr. Crenshaw was Service ? at 5:10 and arrived in Atlanta' xperfenc dfromtheflxtbottIeandaperfectcure1wsrranted -

r {.t. 100,000; The'democrats carried New out of112 members of the house and appointed collector of 'internal revenue The president Friday ,approved an Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.The ,

.' ;York city by:fully 40,000 and.the city 27 out of 37 of the senate. for Georgia and served four years. amendment to the civil' 'service rules running time is thus made 22 hours when the right quantity is taken.''*

'.' -,- .of"Brooklyn by something lIke 2,000 8 vOn' hundred and ninety-eight\ With the advent of, a. republican ad- which will,..result in bringing many and 50 minutes the fastest ..regular, When the mngs' a ate i causes

t; ;: to 3,000 leaving a' safe margin in the precincts outside of Cincinnati-Baeh- ministration he went out of office but postmasters and their employee within running time ever made between At- ':Ihotg'pai. like nee ,P

l'r! 4. 'state at large of 60,000 votes in the re nell republican' 126,248; Campbell was appointed claim adjuster for 'the the classified service.. The addition lanta and Chicago, except the'C ioogoHerald'ii through or tei'he'le caused by, the duc
. Dwel
;' ;publicans' favorv democrat 94,035.: Central Bsilroad of Georgia and has as'follows: special exposition: edition TI,ad always disappears &

t. -S :i From Mississippi.Jioksov Iowa Republican. held that position, through all the And whenever by order of the train. : s week after tafcfnff it Bead the labeL

Miss. The absolute i Dzs Mounts changes of that company's affairs postmaster general, any postoffice shall This will be a regular daily train I the stomacIzsfoulor billow. --"Jl
::. ;/ ..certainty7 ,la.-The republi- up w
be consolidated with and made hereafter between the Gate of the '
to a: part City cause squeamish1 at flrst.
\of, the election' of the entire can state committee claims the now. Itelg
\ of another'postoffice where free delivery northwest and the Gate City'of the No change of clt.ever ne. E '.
democratic state ticket senate will be 42
by amijorityTanywheEe" republicans 7 democrats
1. .' A COLORED JUDGE. is established all the of south. the test you (2fl of
employes 1'
I,:' : from, :15,000 to ; the, house .will be 74 republicans -- ,..' the. office thus ,consolidatee whose ___.__ Dose,on tl g ad water at.bed -:}Jd

;: "''j"_ {().OOO, tended to: make a small vote : 26 democrats' ; on joint ballot Highest Office Ever Held by a Colored. .names appear on the roster of'said ,ROLLING..MILLS CLOSE 'DOWN. time: So bal ponub tr

: :?; except in counties where the populists .republicans 117, democrats 33; republican Man In This Country. office approved by:the der -- '

I .:. Sit had hopes of electing 'candidates majority 84. Two'hundred and James C. Matthews, colored, for- pertinent and including the postoffice Hundred Men Thrown Out of o *Ud1atrentsi7lk .,
r'3ioithelegialatnreand county'officers.. five precincts give Drake, republican, postmaster Work'at a k s* 'ug m..
merly recorder of deeds at Washing thereof shall from the date of said OnjnwM I''
I!: Insuehlnitancesthefullvotebubeen4t' 24.305;, Babb' ,-democrat, 16,743;; net ton under President Cleveland's first order be employed of:laid free delivery .A Birmingham Ala., dispatch says: .M iuri.1.$*-.i"a.
t. polled.J republican gain 3,695. The Birmingham and Gate t 1."c. 1 I
-' administration has been elected judgeof office and the. persona holding on City rolling & iUcHttM -
; b ,The contested, counties sri mostly .175,000 In mills will close ( 10*+.
Pennsylvania. the recorder's court of Albany N. the date of said order the position of down for an indefinite .. fnfu4
it: : ; .remote from telgraph connections and PHILADELPHIA:: Pennsylvania T., 'which office carries with' 'it the postmaster at the office thus consolidated period laying\off more than 1,500 .1.a.$$dzs. Ia.t.mI& -

.1 : the chiirman: of thestate democratiocommittee ,has elected Haywood, republican for poweiof- supreme court judge.- 'HiaID8Jont with said free delivery. office men.' .The only ,reason given by the .. .MWTKMUUtirfll Tia.. .p..o

- t "r : does not expect, to receive state treasurer by a majority approxi- ,. is over 2000. He was nominated may,be assigned to any position therein local managers,is: as follows: '"At a Bny*.0.., Pl lmB W rtjn' .vsis,>&te ifMOrMARLIN
,: :c definite information ".
He has
tonight mating 175,000 meeting cf the bar -
against 135,146: ma- and elected on the regular demo: and given appropriate designation iron manufacturers
: any
.! -'i '> ;nongh, however, to know that jority in 1893 for J Jackson republican, ciatio ticket. It is the highest judicial under.the classification act which of the district it was decided, in : .- REPEATER.

! .. a.: : McLaurin ,has secured two votes to state treasurer., The six republican office ever held of his the order to regulate or equalize the .
.. Burkitt's tj a man ,race postmaster general may direct. supply :
; and ft is -
one not believedthat'
candidates for superior judges are in this country. .It is the 'inte.ntion of the poitoffice and demand to close down tem 'a ."
J' ,the populists' have elected as elected by majorities slightly below'that S department consolidate. niany offices porarily., This action is ih sympathy : r-
: ,many. as-twenty' olhe'one hundred .
for with the
Haywood.The manufacturers north of the
,Compl lnt.' throughout the country: This consolidation .
:q-; ,( ,and: seventy-eight members of the two New Jersey Election. will Ohio river who have closed their plants )MW.. ,Moel .'9 ,;
: houses of the The Field published in London, ; not n c!vaanily do, away B.JO 4 dllbrw.
! 5Z yc It is impossible give ; correct TBBjrrojf' ,N., J.-The returns indicate gives:a four-column' statement' from with the offices but will establish them and. is in accordance with 'the :articlesof .Only flothi Solid c.iii Top,. Md 6'd".Jeln P Arm t r.Co..
,: any a sweeping victory for the Lord stations agreement of \the Manufacturers' Catalogue Q
t ( estimate of votes polled but returns' republicans Dunraven relative to the contest ,aa of some .central. point. Associations New Haven* Conn. ;

\ 'J .. .from moat important precincts; indicate in nearly every district in New for American, cup. Lord Dnuraven Tbe.postbffice. department intends'to --JLPm

;!, 1'.!1 that the entire democratic ticket Jersey even, in portions.which have iays he does not think. that the' Defender 'make experiments tnis directi n. Snow In Tennessee. CURE FORIntlnw. .
: .5 is elected been for years strongholds democracy. sailed on her load water''line .It is probable..,that.' presidential offices ; ALLE1S .
f& ltyeertainty3o, an overwhelming, It is major'. ; John.W.'.Griggs, the'repubU- length. The burden of, his'complaint 'as well.u fourth.cJus"offices will be Passengers on an incoming train report K Tute>( .'
barely the attEIk
!, can candidate lor 'haa been is that the included in the-consolidation. ground covered with snow .
t :ai'.tit one or twa.bea' will governor, Valkyrie was crowded and CONSUMPTION .
small station
elected a ;
'B :I ;b carried by the_ populists.: by .a'. rnrprisingly' large plural- handicapped. by 'the excursion boat. twenty-five miles from Knoxyille. :

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: rt.fJ'B.E.NuTRU.\ .."bIV INK'S" '' UND4, wbeobg4Jo'Koften";night.'by."ttlght ; hundred'men ol the text were veterans. Let": hi.;U i'f.i mnUi' Da '_'
with hand the hospitals that.,bare his and:show how the
DISCOURSE *light,la her through arm ._'I '
k f ..;. ,q ,, ,' '; ,- .. ,'.was eaUedby the wounded the;-**ld jof I muscles were torn ljiet:,htm poll aside the j I .' ueid at,110,668,000, 1 or oTerlfiper.cent .

(I'1 r.. ._ ,. i.t' ...1.. j-n',"1To > :Ji the lamp.*. Tour reward.wfllibe Just.j turban and see the mark of A battleax.,'Pali:I ]of that. .of, e.iif le ebrialiryH
i ''' ')." ',. 'Sl1bJe t J.. e', great as that of Mrs.'Eerttog;who built and aside the Coat and aee when the spear ,liaois oome' ''_"nextYithldp!: et oentandPenflajyauiaat .
j jji k: .. t- -J .. : endo'wetbeoloieg. semlniury;,boildlngi. him. Would it have been fair for thot thmItj > 'm3??* f' ftfvf a, -iV''
i! 'J"X" 'r'i, ;-: .\' ;-i" ; ,. .. Tour reward will be lust as great as that of crippled,'weak and old",by.the.brook I ds "thircJ. ,. 4itb1I'aait.Yt"1
I' ,}"Tm(1.$1zg: partT that goeth down to Hannah More, who- by her excellent books : to have no share In the,spoils Tot'trinmpa?. i it'-r. {. 4. -i -t"
'"?",Die tJattle.'w skaUM part be that tarrieth Toy won for her admirers.Gsrrick.and Edmund ; I was in the.SoJtU r'. 'bospitaUnsxliand I "' ,;'' "r 4.Austr1ellnflgsT -has' : 'fso." .. :-
>' tte tuff*.'--I Samu. lacxx.jK24w, ., :; Burke and Zoshua Beyaolds. Be1rards are. I saw there some of the;omen' oft, the'.first 174paper '
'" 'It'OUUft'J18T yez" Men in' arm change not to be glTen according to:,the amount Napoleon and I asked them'Where they had tones,.120 pasteboard facloriea andpulpi 3 ,k.r. .fcV, *-* Afir wf vjMali */ WJ MtWip'3Wr
t..1: ''quarters yon have no; iden'of the amount of Boise you, make ,I, nor:'lyrenaaeording fought under their'great commander! ;One ;factorial The iyearlrtprodaotion' : ,,: > WM JiOiay nfcrmjmUi Ji v tiii, iBt <.-.- j?" 1 .>, 1*?

Cri-f. 'baggage-twenty toads fifty loads,'100 loads .to the amount,:ot_good you do. man said, '1' Austerlitz."";.Another,, Is: ibO '350,000,000 :pouBdsT.ofpaper '-- . -.2':
:; but according to whether yon .work to your man said,"I was at the Pyramids. Another; "' '- H l y -4'' n
3f 'of baggage. :David and his army were about t; :
'**,;to'start on a doable quick march for the recovery fall capacity, aceordinjf to whether; or not man said. "I was in the tfwfol retreat from / 2oOoOooojiou'; ,of: piutev: :, ;",.: A.. -DOy'.tort.,. .. .. :.; .,: roi&iri.. o. :Jo'bd.J. <
\fj- of their captured families .from" the ron'do your fall duty in the .sphere where Moscow."' Another man said; "I was at the board and iSO.pXJO.OpO; pound of pulp ; ,, _, ;
, ''l Amatektteo ,So they left by the brook Besorv God has placed you. . bridge LodL"._Some of them ware lame.',1 ,worth nretbsnOOOpiO9O. (1 '*;. "< Once,.,hen'ODe of 'Farragut's:gnn- r '-'- ;:(- "U "" *> >'. tv.'
JndgeTiamay'st ii
lri their blankets.1 their ,knapsacks their bag'ltaga'and. ",Suppose you give 'to-,two of your children they were all aared.' DId the French' GOT -I..J.2 boat oh'theMi aiJsBippl wa 'just goi' It political..eeWlifff" ,'
L, (; ..their'carriages.; Who shall be errands and they are to go off to make pur. eminent turn off those old soldiers to die in I .For' ihort. distance. a lion or a tigercan : ;i ixLhii,o.n.Btatev; alluding toVtha.dril l ,;
O detailed ;to 'Cratch :this,stuff There are chasofl' and to RiTe II and to the want?" No. Their last days were spent outrun a'man, and ;can 'equal :the ml'into :.4Uononetof4thetpowdetmonkeyawu .irar, suggettedaa'S)"':parallel the. l. Ijli.r.-* P

i'J' :slex'ftoldlnai;, and>'wounded .soldiers, and other you give$2 that t20 to for more tarn off His old soldiers because they : t j'O 'i>N' i
soldiers who able you'It&Te purchasing byiene.of the .
aged are not to on swift kneeling .mg'bJaprai '
go their wind at th. Dd of half .mlle ftt funa
I' 1\1' of than the other weak and and because fainted Joyful reception *t home .jithi; f
'im' fijllltary expedition but who are able to do with that amount money worn they by I .' .The offlcer'sneeringly his ,S i
afkedhim '
Of not! If the brookBesor ,Are to the most. :Th'r- have, little rendnr- '
torn*work and so they are detailed to watch boy purchased tl course I they going get no. naughty boy;:retained. ,B..:waauo ; "A
'I i ), the" age.'\ ,There is many a l ld1erwho God give wealth.or social position"or eloquenpe. part of.the. spoils ofthe victory? 'Just look I knee, and are remarkably weak in lung what he waa,doing.; 'and if he'waa' deeded by a n egr'; .'rublicAnwho1, \ h .
'is not strong enough Jo march thirty miles or twenty times the faculty to a man at them. Do you think those crevices in the ', 4 :afraia.'II. J'"t_ .1" f.: WlM
, .Jn-a" :1'1'1' .fight 'who is abl",With drawn sword lifted Ing to give to the favored, man a reward because scars. They fought'against sickness.,they n.b1..AJlY mean a bird attained the 1? '"" "" respects to'Lam '. paralleL: 'J7.- L & ;

, against his shoulder to pace up and down as he has more power and more influence? fought .'against trouble. they fought lightness of a ballon 4oonld. .not 'fly.1 f'Well..irhat.-wer' you praying for? I I' "Fprgihen r..t .J.;!.!d ,forgibA' .
; sentinel to keep off an'enemy who might On,no.. ,In other:words.if you and 1 were against, sin. they r fought for God, AbaUoondrifts'with ., j.faying.: ". : iatheladf; ?t tha the dora: .
, :iI f put.the torch to: the baggage.j>There are to,do oar,whole duty anti;you had twenty they wught for' the churchthey eysry gust;, steering 'enemy's bullets may be distributed the en, (brigaoiefs ""Why-dey ;, r' J
.:;{ P'ofth08e'-erlppJed nd\ag dwounded times more'talent than I have. you will getno fought for the truth, they fought for ia Impossible; the wind' chooses its ani.y' 'the'prize-money is comekn"bo'dhouesn"bsn.. ';; r,'
II: soldiers -etaned to watch c th baggage. 'more divine reward than will. ',Is God heaven. 'When they had plenty,of money I conrse. .The bird ballon,': as" light aa as -principaJJy de do',;an' 'go'- :'.ip-' ,to ,de 'O1marn. aa*: .

.$ ; ,Some 'of them./, suppose had bandages going to 'reward you because He gave you their names were always on the subscription the wind and as strong as ifon; it.a figment ,among the' tofficera.Argo"na : '. ..- .11i7.J.
'WhardatTeal-Crypt. '
{ across the brow,and some of them had their more? That would not be fair; that would Ust. When there was any hard work to be t.: **" '" ; say' ".. .. "
arms in al1o .'and BOme of them walked on not be right These 200 men of the text who don,for:G they were ready to take'the of'the imagination! '_ ,' '-',----- \'. tr-.l.'**"
m 1 'crutches. ,They were not'cowards shirking }alote11iy the brook Besor,did theIr whole heaviest part of It.: When there came, a Among the series'of, notices'in theLondon A Practical Yo th" a' '" "'", 'J --' "r' '.

.J %i iduty.: ,They had ! many a fierce duty. .They witched the baggage,they took great :revival they were ready to'pray all Gazette the ,Old :Bullion-TThat t You .wish'.tomarry ; : 1Geiftr"rORYG fi'-l
: :1. ;battle for their country and their God.' Theyare care of the stuff, and they got as much of the night.,for the anxious and the sin'struck. notifying closing O@Q' I'J
'I;. .now. DArt of the time in hospital and spoils of 'victory a the men who1 went to They were ready to do any work, endure any of various churchyards for farther in. :my ...daughter She is a mae '- ,

.4"> 'part or the '< ." on garrison doty., They the front J'As tlrtll that Ioetb.down mcrlflce, do the most unpopular thing that terme'nts, appears one relative; to->the s ftyeUr' :"/ ,
:: ''i almott cry because they cannot go with the4i ; to the battle sb fHall''his part b tht -. God demanded of them.. But now they cannot parish ,churchyard of Str tfo.rd-on- ,: ,Suitor Yes, sir. I.came early. to :
'other fronts Whtlethese sentbeis !-,' rIethbythesinff.!\ ,. go further. 'Now they have physical .I : .
avoid the rush. New York- ,
'WItqJi e.b Pft 1he'4Lot.s'Wr.tches' The i$ high encquragament in this for Infirmities.. ,;Now their head troubles them. Avbnv within,the limits of which but ,w e kl1.: *
1 5' tb.ut1D',, I" .. -, ., who have great responsibility and llltle They, are 'Weak and,faint by the brook inside the church itself, Shakespeare'. .- .4' .: .. .. ', .J.j- ,
i-Q 'There is quite'a'.dlffmntJ scene' being en- credit for what they'do.. You know the Besor. Are they to have no share in the I lies b'tlt I'd. : : : 1' I "V' 'OSaOB.J.\TE S .' .A' List 'oj.Reliable .J3iisine 9:;Mowe* m
% IL' 'acted in the distance. Tbe Amalekites, having DIme of the' great commercial house of triumph? Are they to get none of the treasures . ..' d :; 'when visitor* .-to the :'Great: *Shaw
i ravaged ransacked and robbed whole the cities. .Do you know the names of none 'of the ends, of conquest? You. ei&d. -q will be' '
Roller Ships. properly ,treated.and cari- 'F'fi
: ; : ,
mfor the that Christ has
: f. I countries;are celebrating their a confidential clerks-tha who have must think a very short:
fI L' roaring carousal; Some of them are dancing key to the safe the men who know the combination memory if you think'He has forgotten their A little steamer of 100 tons is at j11., purchase goodi at lawett prices. > .; .

I on the lawn with wonderful gyration of heel lock? 'A distinguished merchant services.. present, according to press dispatches,' : : .
.t I and toe. and some of;them are ,examining roes forth At the watering place, and hflashwi Fret aged ones. Jnst'tarry by the i being constructed to:; Argentenil ,Solxool of Shor-Cha.21d. : :
::. ,I the spoils of.Tlciory-the: finger rings and past; and you save."Who i that?" stuff and watt for your share of,the' spoils. according 'ACGUHTA.. GA. .' 1.0 StilSON' ;COCLINS: ,;
;4 I1, I errIngsan1' necklaces., /wristlets." the "Oh." replies! some one "don't know? Yonder they are coming. I. hear the bleatIng to the invention of M. Bazin, Noted. b, Act ,*,* bomiMM ttatm dmf efntoriuc.
j Buinms
'i 1 ,headbands diamond Btarred.-and the coffersfefjrttjfBOBDfetiandpuftfrtlana That is. the.great importer: that, is the of the fat lambs and I see the jewel which consists in rolling the ship over San4 for esp.r.aiaosoncly ooiloc iltiutratea oarrwioT.eita maicnods.uwi. '{, ....._'."..
/ and pearls an4 great hanker;: that, is the great,.manufacturer. glint in the sun.- It makes me laugh tothlnk the,,water instead of forcing it through ""que. Board cheap .B. B.,,fan peid to Ausuata JEwELRY'co: "
.I The confidential has his week how will be when, throw ," .t "
.7 1-i MHtppUreslnd iwietalds And all the wealth of"W cler you surprised 'they at To this : :: : .
as present end number .
*"plate. and jewels and decanters,and the silver off. Nobody notices he ,comes or chain ot gold over your DACk and ,.tell,you. a ACME :CHURN.rria5' 65 Whitehail St,Atlanta.'GaLEverything ,
i'. and the gold banked up on the earth in ROB*. Nobody knows* him. and after to go in and tUne with the king. I see you :enormous. copper cylinders are t1x d '- A
''j' 1 princely profusion.''and:: the embroideries, awhile his: week- 1'done, and hf sits backing out because you feelunworthv. The 'to the vessel I, the speed attained depending ) ..4.. O la the'Jewelry and unr, .
ti1/J/ and the/robes/ and the; turbans, and the down again at his desk. But God will shining ones comes up on the one side and the'speed" of the metal Best:Butter i / Xine'at .Factorr Price*,v. :. ,' .", ':. [I
t\ cloaks, 'of' an 1mprlal ".wa't\lr be The reward his fldelityjnst as much as He recognizes -[the shining ones come up on the other' side. upon / ,, ShortestTJm ,', 'I." T'. .. "."til"t;
3R t baDque *;has gone on until .the. ban- the work of the merchant phlanthro and they push you on,' and they push cylinders, and it 'is' cbmputed that' ,31 '" ." *. "I-M:"
I. Jt?;qoeters-are; maudlin and weak, and stn- pist:whose investment this clerkso you up, and they say, "Here U ,knots an hour can,be easily rnade'WOMAN'S .' L eastLabor.King : :/MJ' -'..-'; ,/ir ?l'
guardel. Hulson River Railrad. old- soldier of'. Christ aull 9f ;
,t old and: indecent .loathsomely drunk: CflY" an Hardware i '
it is for David and Railroad, the shining ones will rush out toward vou "
|ffb&t.atlme now his R"Urold.Ere ENEMY.' -, ATI.AKT4. OAi : .. ''
'.;men to swoop.on them.- So the English lost, New York and business and say. "Yes; that man saved my soul." or 1 .- ; and Q4, ,t
know.the names of the Presidents will rush out.and "Oh she :Beet Stoves \ .- .. "..
of men ofd'
!tobattle Bannockbom because thenight: they say yes; PEBITONITIS .' # ', ,- .
*' before they.were In wassail 'and,bibulous of these roads and of the prominent directors, was with me in the last sickness! {'And then I SELDOM: SPABE3 1X3' : itacgsL. Lowestprices.POPHJUfS .v .
""celebration while the. Scotch were in pray- but they do not know the na'e of the englneers the cry will go round, the cirelei.lComein, VICTIMS.. i .' t \ )'; '

*'er.! Bo/ the Syrians were overthrown in their the names of the IIwIchmen. the come In. come in, come no! -We lIawpyou When It DoefSbo 1. Bnt : --74WHITEH'f : ," : { }! :
f:Carousal by the Israelites.' So Chedorlaomer names of 'the tlaseu the name the away down there. old and sick and decrepitand Wnok-P1t7. : ASTHMA. .. J 6V.
brakemen. ,, have awful because could not alclao Hare Long Been PowerlessThe .AniW'Gt '., ".
.1 k and,lbt 'arm, were overthrown In their&ronsAt The r discouraged you go 1. .t.c' :p "
f1 ; by.i Abraham and his men.' So in 'Donblte. and 8metlmes. through to the front.but 'As his pn.d'ls that goth; -" .:Kzpetienoe. .of a BaltUinora 1 ": ASTHMA SPECiFIC .. .', "f. '
L J our Civil War morn than once the battle was an .engineeror down to the battle. so. shall his part be'that _, ,,TTomao. OlvreU.t III nn lab...Bind I I :. 1--/ J. "U\ I
lostl> oause one of the generals was drunk. i the unfaithfulness of a switch tarrleth by the stuff. From Baltimore t. ,Met' r-.IIqtrtal 011. Bo. ...1:1tP1 a 'AVOrDTffl5'- .r._ 'N4 '
..Now is the time for. David and his men to has brought to mind the faUhfuln8g Them bI high consolation'also In this foraged the Herald, OC I o : '
l swoop upon these carousing Amalekltes. nearly all the rest of them.. Some men do ministers. I see some of them hen to- Mrs. Z. P, Grove,' a married lady. with oir5.,1. : ..;".011' TETTERINE* ::
\ Borne of thlrAn! aletltes are haked to pieces not have recognition of their services. They day. They sit in pews 'in our churches. grandchildren, lives '417 Pinkney,Place, > '. .,.t1
\ on the spot;some of them are just able to go have small wages and much complaint I They uspd to stand in pulpit Their hairis :Baltimore., She'would easily for a l, S.1'1 OJIU IleA t.'f .1'
ataggering and .hlcsoughlng off the field very often ride uponlo omotve ad Ivry white with the blossoms of the tree of -. pass, 'f :.$3AtDAYSURE ':= ... tif.q.:
some of them crawl on camels and speed off often ask thequestion. & life their names marked on the roll of the .woman of half her nge,"ld owes her present.. .. Rt Al. ..Gftud.J_ be .. p.. f.d "" '.

1 tnthed(t&nce. David and his men gather together some curve or some lei ore of rock. general assembly, or of the ..consociation state of good health and probably her 11fe.totbe ,' S BIIIO ia dayt aiolnseiy-J'..10. I' ,. Poimqfrva"tto1I. foIssps_. po.ieno., _,.i.' ,_ll'J.loT 'k
f 01 .. wardrobes,, the jewels and put "How much wages do you eet?" And Rm emerItu". They sometimes hear a text an- use of Dr.Willlims Pink Pills.' A Herald ,,JIJm.ork 1M fa tIIo act e-J. 701&. g w ,"" I ''a .oui: 4t.1' ITvnj fMecI -74'" 'ii.,.'.> .;. "
1 them the backs of camels always surprised to find how little for such nounced which brings to mind they 10.eeJU7 .1IftD47aar. "HitaDope..w J.-T,8taW'n.'a. 48
upon, and Into sermon "
reporter called at the house a'few days ; a.drirBd w.wU3 sjpa1 no* bo*. U yaw; iMit.J:1
4i Wagons and they gather together the sheep vt responsibility. Do you suppose God is preached fifty years ago on the same subject ago tile bUU tblb'. nmemnerau I '* dtggiit cI-p.t-'l ", -.'. rl't
:.' i and cattle that had been stolen and start going to recognize that fidelity? Thomas They preached more gospel on f 400 a and was informed that Mrs. Grove'had gone ,", .AD woTk allolOlu./7."I'Oi.Iar.., IoveTT.y'e.. ii Yon,Will find U at UHAS. TruxaVAtUntaw.' 1 "t
rft back toward the garrison. Tender they come, Scot the Priden off the Pennsylvania year than some of their successors Breach on out for a:walk and would soon be back.: The, .Do 7. ZOAesi, ..5.L 2$.USUft...I1IDau. \' ,.r .-4' ,. -elFor '
1. yonder they come., ,The limping men of the ; up death to receive from 14000. Some Sunday the old minister is in scribe waS ushered into the parlor to, await.: ..- :.,. .. ':" :. ;! ,Ii..(
garrison come oat and greet them with wild God'his destiny wai no better known in a church, ani near by lit.another pew $.3.1"Y AR. :: it'v.
)! tbonav (The Bible says David saluted them that hour than was known last night' the there are a, husband and a wife and a her.arrlvaL The room.gave every.evidence i Styleearalit C6Mortv; r', ,, '
n j that is, he asked them how they all 'were. brakemsn who, on the Erie BUroad. was row of children. And after the benediction of refinement and the care and attention of V PjeatdeD.tlal Year.r : '
How Is your broken. armr. -"How in your Jammed to death amid the car couplings.,, he lady comes no, and say..' "Doctor, a good housewife. Choice books lay around THE CHICAGO CHRONICLE, tbe great dcmo- I, 'V .' ; ; ;, '
aJ i fractured'Jaw?". .'HAsth: stiffened limb "As his part is that gooth dow the bat- you don't know me,' do you "Well" he of the of the ;tratlo newspaper of the west will be. sent six I
giving proof intelligence
4nUmbred ."Have: you had another tie,so shall h part be. by'-the' says, "your'face Is familiar but'I cannot family,. this days rate a week leas one than year one for$3.i Samples No subscription. at ;
r--nw** Are you getting better!" He salut- stuff." call you by name." "Why" she says "you ,and the walls Were decorated with many rare CHRONICLE. 184-168.year Wanhlairton St.trte.. ChIeago'PARKER'S THE' Bioodorth ShoeCo.Z'4: ;

: kednem. ,, Ones for thirty-six> hour we expected baptized me. and you married me,' and yon articles of virtu'"and brlc-a-brao from South. .
1I 'Bat now cams a 'very difficult thing, the every'moment to go to .the. buried my father and mother and sisters.", America, Japan, and other countries. When' ; ..'. 'J k.. '
rf distribution, of the spoils victory. Drive up ocean. The waves struck through the skylights -. "Oh, yes,*' he says. "Mv eyesight isn't ai Mrs. Grove was announced the reporter wasp :.N'. .' HAIR BALSAM 14."Wbi't bA St. {iti
::4those: laden camels now. .Who shall have the and rushed down' into the hold of the' good salt used to be." They are in all our Attonished to find her such a young- looking ,. ... Clean sad bcratSfia. h lt. I ,. ;. .. ..:
,C: 'RioUs.Well, soms selfish soul suggests that ship and hseti against the boilers. .It was churches- the heroes 18l(. the heroes of and healthy woman. She Is well educa.teda.o.d "'_ _, .' ProiootM .' Tmiiyi>pt iiMiilk TANE: >' :; .
: hese treasures ought aU to belong to .thoa an awful time, but by!he blessing God 1832, the heroes of 1857. Bv the'long grave is a fluent talker and interesting. to listen to., ( ''('''' liner Jim to Tails Its to Youthful Hector*Coloxw Gray .SAW'iM'IL'LS', .Ii-1f' ,
:.Pt who had been out tin '.active setrics. "We and the faithfulness of the men in.eharga we trench that cut through half a' century they She, however, declined at first' to speak of )." .)--::- CDM ttalp Annum tc b.s inJ0e.tndtl.00it .. FHBn'anijiai -G. 'j
'J did all the flghtiag"hito these I tacit stayed came out o tha cyclone; and we arrived at have stood sounding the resurrection. They the results she had experienced from taking -.a.> DrorgtaJA. WaterWheels and Hay Press*.' '. *
.;% &home'.In' tbdg o lscin.tand1Woughttohave home Each one before,, avngthe ship have been In moreB\la1dSVMn.ndbl\vl'Jtn.1cert' the Pink Pills as.she said she did i Dot like' .;k ", J BESr 111 TEg.itARIKr.' -' ,' %
all the traaTOwi*!'',Bat David looked & Captain Audrew3 I do not think 1 more Sevastopol thin .yp\ ever hsard Of. to have her name appear in print in anyway.. :, N..D. ._........... _.;.., !Frty.sIi,9k DI.eaeh Mill MfJr. C-, 395.Atl.BtsU" | (iiu .
.ijl&t>tha worn faess of these',veterans whet there was a man woman.that went off Sometimes they get a little .fretful because ."However;"she added after some little hesitation ; :' __ .<

.ft d ttayed; in Ihegarrison.and he looked that ship without Captain Andrews, they cannot ba at the\front.1They hear the "the pills did me.much good that'' ,. et.,
t, ;puund and saw,ho w.'olftaaly everything had and when, years after, I heard of his death sound of the battle and the old'wa1.'bo I might be doing wrong by not letting; some '" '.' '
.Q idrkept-atid; hua" that the baggage was I was impelled to write a.leter f Champs his bit. But the 60,000 ministers of other sufferer'know' they did for'me." '.J 1'1

_ 'lift6U safe,and h& knew that the wounded and dolence to his family in rool ..Everybody religion this day standing in the brunt of the Then she said, "Dr. Williams',Pink Pills are' :.V' Aiiatt'S t e d'S'iI" $ j.: .
_tLo7IpplPd men w6ud.gladljr .aougB; have baeor recognized the ; te eu fray shall have no''more,reward than those certainly all the:;proprietors represent them.. : ".
Vatthe'frontif' thflf ha4 ben able!.ftd the.Ifltle al the{kdneI Captain retired veteran "3ty father. ,to be. I' never.had :suoh relief 'fromrany .. ,, ,- : ,.., ,,, 'A: ,. ,
'i11 'general Ip icp npH ;fAd!..1 f."No, ',no let u hue fair play," engineer. 'He stood away down in the thereof. ''As", "his part is that goeth down to attack of peritonitis which left me In such, a g ops' :,,
"t.j"d e8' TjtvlAo-ione'.of; these men darkness amid the hissing furnaces, doing the battle: vt shall his part. be that tarrlethby prostrated and nervous condition that-I dev' use. of Feitlizers" rich 'tn .Potash.t .
__,\-lrfUsl 157!; 1'Ot&7QUr. 'hands 't6.stiandgare -" his whole duty. 'Nobody thanked.the engineer the stuff." ,spaired of recovery.. *I could .neither sleep Ii' ..' : ,1 ;. < \ .
; *. ;" .a held1 'toie"fllls but God ,recognized his heroism and and women of unappreciated eat or read with any'degree of*peace or sat Wte foot "Farmers Guide, a Illustrated book.1 It. '
4;:: :J&Ad them wlthsllvarh4..ud his continuance and his' fidelity.. and,there services. You will get your reward If not 'iaaettonathlite was absolutely a-burden. ._ :42-page, p : .
_ tQ. l1CC ta&U.wh(' 'SitingT will ba just as high reward for the engineer hare,hereafter. ,When Cbarles Wesleycomesup Having heard that others had been cured of y. is brimfullLof useful Information_ for farmers 'sent" free,,and, .
14aWayback and had no idea of getting any of who worked out of sight as the Captain who to judgment and the thousands of souls the sametrouble byDr.Williams' Pink Pills, f f I,ij will make and t *' ** A ', '
,&the spoils'and throws a Babylonish garment stood on the bridge of the ship in the midst whlshwere wafted into,glory through his I secured several boxes'and began to take cave money. i Address. -. ; ,"' .
:Trover; mm and fills hb bsad1I&&u4'h4thhsuptoanother of the howling tett est /'M hb part is that songs shall be enumerated he will tatce! his them.' As it-by magic I at once began to GERMAN :WOR3gNuciNwy t' .
t,;| '. ma|Jvrhjo lad lost goeth'down to the battle, 'so shall his part throne. Then John Wesley will come up to improve. Thev cured me, and now I ,have x '*P* ? '

_' '.all his property in serring-Gbtt and his ooon- .be thattarriethby'tha stuff." judgment, and after his name has been mentioned no symptoms nervousness or of the disease .'. ,. ,. ... '
t *'*" years before, and he uirives up some of A Christian woman was seen going along in connection with the salvation of which so prostrated). Nowthat's enough," -< ) ., 1t 'e.j'
i4L.? Wfle tad some'Of the sheep that they the edge of a, wood every evening, and the the millions of souls brought God through, wild Mrs. Grove, In reply to another ques : '
I brought Mck from the'3inlek1tes. and neighbors in the country did not understand the Methodise which he',founded. he; will tion. She walked to the door as lightly a*as STOVES FOR JCOAL, POD,: .
l-u rivsstifoMritfaree of the battle and three how a motherwith so many cares and anxieties ( take his throne. Bat b3twe u., the two young girl and,'with a pleasant good morning -: A .
.,. four'A thesheap to this poor,tau'so he should waste so much time as to be idly thrones of Charles Wesley and John Wesley, to the reporter disappeared' within the, : __ CokeCasand: Oil.. .J
: aUalwaysbfl-fei and clothed., He sees a.sIae1t sauntering out evening by evening. It ..was there will .be a throne higher than either, on portals((of her happy home:with.a little. THE ,LARGEST 'IJNE'SOUTJL. THI} LOWEST .PRICES
found out afterward"that she went thereto grandchild Ringing to her skirt,''f- .
ivaifiKse $and worn out; an4 tck he which shall sit Susannah Wesley who, '
:l'H.,fceiii stimulants; and he gives him little of pray for her household au t while thereon with maternal consecration in Epworth rectory Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain in aeondensed -, ., IWr':te'" fcrz-:oe. 'I,\ __, .
i ; "'.'tb \heibronghMrom, the...LmaI..Tbnder1E evening shs wrora,that beautiful hymn Lincolnshire? started those two soulson form,'all the ,elements .necesaary to;;
: ;* ulan who' has no ap- famous'In aU:ages for charing',Christian their triumphant mission of sermon and give new Ufe and richness to the-Mood and j HUNNICUTTl &BHLLINGRT : COAUai la Georta.Timely C
.. 1IItfte for the ronghYations ot the army;and hearts: ?" **/ :. song through all the following 'ages. Oh, restore shattered nerves. Pink Pulsars sold, ,
t.It: hltTel him a rare morsel from the Amale-' I love steal what a. fay\ that will be for many who by all dealers or will be:' paid on '
to awhile
i'l tflib,.'banquet :&u4.the 200 crippled ,and'r..tau.mec11LDd From away rocked Christian cradles with .weary foot receipt of 'pdee (50 ents a box,tor six boxes .
every cambering care for flBO they are never sold in bulk or by'
aged soldiers who tarried on and who patched worn out garments and Warnfng.
And the hours of :j
spend setting day : :
". : f et(jost as much of the spoils darned socks and out of a small income 100;, by addressing Dr.:Williams Medicine .
.BJ any|thY men that went1 to IuhnmbIegratfulprayer.Shall t. -*- made the children comfortable for the win- Company. Schenectady*,N:,Y.:j&*2&* .. ; :
;" front.AS his -rut Is that goeth down there be no reward for such unpretending ter. What a day that will be for,.those to i. .. The great .success of the chocolate :preparations l of ;. \ ,
t} i a the battle8o I part ba that tarrieth. yet everlasting service?' whom the world gave the cold shoulder and 810O Reward. 8 I O.Jl \ 4 ', '
'.! 11i 'U'the atolL" Clear back in the country there is a boy, called them nobodies and begrudged them The readers of this patfer will be pleased to the. house of Walter Baker, ,& Co.. r-.(established, .,;. .

>" 1 t The impression..11'abroad thai the Chris- who wants to go to college and get an edu-, the least recognition. and who, weary and learn that there is at least one dreaded disease in' 1780)) has led to the placing -' "
that science has been able to cure in all Its : .
(, .are for those who do.oonspicu- cation.' They call him a bookworm. Wherever worn and sick. fainted by the brook, Besor. t "
'V 1 dIstIngu1ied.Cplues-great' ':.they find him-In'the barn or in the Oh, _that will be a mighty,day when the stages and that Is Catarrh.. Hall's Catarrh _mlsleading.and'.unscrupulouslmitatlons', -" t m
Cure is the only positive cure now known to the
;1''. f. 'preachers, great phllaathro house-he reading book.:- What a pity Son ot, David shall distribute among .medical Iraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional '5<
their labels and Walter
,'; mf text sets forth the idea that it is."they say, that Ed cannot get an edu- them the garlands. the crowns, the scepters disease requires a', constitutional' 'of ,name, wrappers.. : :,
_. as'muoh reward'Tor a*man that cation!" His father, work as hard as he the chariots, the thrones. And then it shall treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally -. Baker & Co.. are" the oldest and largest manufacturers '' '
,*)ai home and minds his own business, will, can no more than support the family be found that all who on'earth serve! God acting directly upon the blood and mu-. ,
;l=-who, crippled and unable:to, go forth by the; product of.the fume, One night in inconspicuous spheres receive just as cons fcurfaces of the system dl'therebyde'troy- of pure and high-grade Cocoas and' ,- ,
ttM lead In great morn nti and in the high Ed has ret to his room and thera is a much reward as those who filled the earth leg the foundation ot the ae. and giving : >

_ '. P0esotthe earth; does his whole duty Just family conference about him. The sisters with. uproar of achievement. Thea,they, the stitntion patient and strength assisting by building nature in up doing the on-its Chocolates. 'c'nthls. 'contInent., .' No' ,chemicals. yo"are ,: ,

t3rherhe It Garrison duty as important says'-.Father,' I wish, you would send shalLunderstand the height, the depth, the. work. The proprietors have so much faith in r used in their.manufactures.t %
kiM: aa'nmaneratlTa as service at the front. :Ed to college. If you.will, we will work length. the breadth, the pillared and domedmagnificence its curative powers that th.y,offer One Hun : s
",Us part is that goeth down to the bat harder than wa',ever 'did, 'and' we will of my text,"As his part is that dred Dollars' for any case that it falls to cure. Consumers should'.ask for, and ,be sure ,that f, '
4o iaU his part be that tarrleth, by the make' our old dresses do.'' The mother goeth down to the battle, so shall his part bt Send for list of testimonial Address' 4 ,'
_It** says: "Yes; I will get along without any that tarrleth by the stuff." *F. CHumr & Co Toledo, O. theygetthe genuine Walter Baker& 9. 8 gop fs.'
The Earl Klntore said to IJ hired I not JJr Sold by. Dm ata.'l3 w, MTe 1I"t :
me (an Eagilth : help. Although am as strong as '
-I railway, "Mr..Talmage, when you getrJ' I used to be, I think I can get along without .r Eff.ns a..el. .Tabs WALTER BAKER & CO., Limited," '
Pwto.beeo\want preach a serMnoL -. any hired help.". The father says ,"Well, DEATH IN GOLDEN ROD.A trying to-reoain.lost utrepnth by the use of ,DORCHESTER MASS. .
,: &rge"oftotd duty inJNrtineiTplMps. 1 think husking corn nights' can get tonic'.ner'tose. preparations of Codlif"t" oil, '
; and then lend me a copy.ot along without\ any assistance." 'Sugar is Wisconsin Veterinarian Decides* the iron.etc.';To let back the old-time vigor,the ";J
I T Itfen XngUsh ctergymaa comi -, banished from the table,butter is banished 'Flower Produces an Incurable Disease...; bright eye the tlrm atep' the ambition the ,the food for a1Fsuch.a' *%
i tetbisjsmd,brooght from the tad-of from the plate.' That family is put down On State Veterinarian Dr. 0. P. Scott of.Wisconsin first aim must be to promote nutrition. The ,. : |
'.yiotorethe same message. Alas, that be- rigid-yea suffering economy that the boy has discovered that under the shaggy stomach needs tbe aid of a powertu.tJaUy.l1keTroer's .
Y.1ore, I got ready do what he asked me to may go to college. Time passes on. Commencement yellow blossoms of the golden rod- flower Indigestion Dyspepia vanishes Remedy.perfect: digestion WrUf its rales help., .How "mant't' t : folk;. .
J"[Op the good' Earl ot Klntore.had.departed day has come. Think not thatI there lurks the germs of the most dangerous and health is assured. :' r w.t" t *3
', jttls Ufel But that man,'surrounded by all : mention an imaginary case. God knowsit disease to horses which has ever been dis' I For sale by all druggists.. Trice M cents per :there are I 1. .People who, '

;,&latIg1 1nirroandiBgs, and in a dlsttnigjttahed happened. Commencement day has come, covered." like consumption it Is Incurable bottle. _ I' have the will iiit
sphere. teLtsympstheie 'irithrtttatevwho. and the professors walk in on.the stage in and it affects the equine in mush the same no power,
.i had ordinary dnUeej} to' per- their long gowns. The interest of the occasion way as that disease eats away the lifeof man. n.. JtaMmg EXIrat.flrllhiary.' to bring out their vitality;, .
",ntu: IAt' Thea
passing ,* .
The horses which eat the tempting 'plant
_ ',**,'. ,A'gnat many people are discouraged comes to a climax of interest as the go into a gradual decline, the blood is destroyed hogs there were turned till September in th-orchard eating nothing in Mar and bat people who swing ,like
$*aja they hear the story of Moses and of valedictorian Is to be introduced.Ed the tissues and kept '
waste away they die I mulberries and were perfectly fat when taken
jjoshtta,and of David and of Lather'and of has studied 'so hard 'and worked In from three weeks to three months t Thou- out.. They were fed a'little corn to hardenthe e a pendulum
,Si.eQx sad. bL Deborah and!rl nmceltmlbtfA so well that he has had the hon sands of horses have perished in the pineries meat-and thm J Jd I led. -Two*acres of ,and weakness-
_j They say, Oh.that wu aU or conferred upon him. There are rounds Michigan, Minnesota Wisconsin from mulberry trees 6 thn,'but I.ish&ll Dnel' of applause, ometlmes breaking into voalferatiozu. this disease. , ..* are 85 fat hop worth? For beat kinds of mulberrIes so that _one day's work .
:iEdBhUor the law on. Mount Sinai : It is a great day for Ed. But away The State, Veterinarians of these'States-' Write for new catalogue which is sent '
W.D. Beatie.Atlanta Ga. -
Address six
to obmmandthe 'son back in the galleries are his sisters in their have for a long time tried in vain to discover ,free. ..t causes. days' sickness' r
__ : ,19UA moon to stand still, I shall never be plain hats and their faded shawls, and the the cause of It. Dr. Scott saldt '"I. am satisfied .For WbooplngCongN P'so' Cure fs a'snccessf .People I wo 1 b aave' no life ..,'
j:"; 'i *""ed! to slay a giant I shall never preach old fashioned father and mother dear me, this is where the trouble lies. There is nl1 remedy.-}I. P. DIBTEB 67":Tbroop ; ,
,,>:e; *us Mil.I shall nerer defy the .Diet of she has not had a new hat for six years;he no cure for it. Nothing can be done except. Ave., Brooklyn. ?f.Y. Nov. 1*,'M. for resisting disease-thin 'peopler nerveless, delicate! ,. '
1.-,:I shall nerer,b :called rto, make'a, has not hid a new coat for six.year to destroy the leaf and roots." -r i- '
T 4 tmuble for her ertI sbl1. aner,.. they get ap and took over on*the platform, FJTSctopped free'-by Dk KLUTZ'S GasSy The food for all such men, women, or children 'is SCOTT'SEMULSION. -

_ ','' ft nan d overahospltaL- 'CJ': and they laugh and they and and they sit Hanged Her Child and Then ..Henelft ,'Marvelous XKBVB RKaroBCR.cures.v Treatise Xo tits after and nrstdav's$2.00 trial bot-use. :: The hypophosphies'combined 'with th ':' oil '
/ women who say, "If I had asa down, and they look pale, then they are tie free. Dr. Kline.931 Arch St. Phil&Pa.,, : '
I.I t"Uat sphere as those people -bad .1 very much flushed. Ed gets the garlands, On the farm of William McClarney near '. '" will tone up the ,system ,give the blood new He..i improve ..:-- i'f.i-
_ ViIo&b.bftye -and-as* grand' but my and;the old fashioned group in 'the gallery C&IroD1.,' lived a man named Beush;with Parker'a'GIocCT ,.l* U P.P..... '
jr j nwsjs is to get Children off to boo and have their fall share of the triumph. They his wife and their little daughter about foot for good work, Eoffering. Ieepessr! nervous the appetite and help digestion. The sign,of new life will '. '* .
.I '.*fWuwtMlhligs they are lost. and to have made that scene possible, and in the years old. A few weeks ago he left home to' \ women find nothing so soothing an.1 reviving. and
;aethit dinner is ready,and to keep account day when God shall more folly reward salfsacriflces work,' expecting to -retUrn in a few days. -. .be'a'fattening reddening, which brings'with it strength '
I!1,jRtteJB>uaehold expenses and to hinder made for others He will give grand When he returned he could not find his wife Mrs. Wtaslow's Soothing Syrup for children comfort'and good-nature. f .
) t.U4 children from beteg strangUlated by the and glorious recognition. "As. his part is or child. The alarm was sounded, and aftera 'teethin softens cures the gums wind reduces colic 25c.inflammation a bottle- ...' .' ,
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_ 1 iinrappiageoogh, and-to' go through all the that goeth down to the battle, so shall'his search the woman' and her child were ,B re7ou gvi&sfl's Eaafrio,, whiya was!it sad' tm cbajf saMfiticfr.' ,' : ''

_ .',riJgn&TtBees sad" vexations of housekeeping. part be that tarrieth by the stuff." found in the chicken house. suspended therewith If afflicted with sore eyes use Dr.Isaac Thomp. Scott & Bowne ,. '
.!3 ftn' ''h,, .-SO"IdD1tesim&.' &IL 10;J.D.-t here .|s' high encouragement this sub- pieces of rope attached to scantlings.. eon'sETe-water.DrusgUts. sell at 25c. per bottle.. ", York. -'All. r.Dnigglsta." ,1' : soc.' and $ '

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1 > .r .the trustee charatpg you "' ladies I attended by; 'M ,DYSPEPSIA :t\WcJl. h fj ten ysrdss.ti. ,. .. : '!. >
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'Tlie sura -of five -dollars,'was ,ordered p led la the dances. sash enJojed'tbe boa think I.wonted blue or greet pjn.k 1 ; : ::
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"t to DinItebcoca Stalwy: to par: her pltallly Strong AV did you? ,
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DOes your food'COli' after aatail| :At* .yeaeasUy itv4ifegInpriceand qua" .r..r, : { .'i- .".' ,r.T )...: "
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e't 4' ri' (ran" the invalid' pension toll... Mr. Edward ;,McCarty., of New, York. bad.Mnaraierpttd taste la tlpmooSht and uarafcsahed. ,', '. it" .tTrnkV." won't Eake, ","U, ItI"' ,. ," .': '-. ,> ,;.:::.-.: {'; 'i .' :J;..: a ,. t .A.>.:; .:;.:" .". ..!
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gu osobfej.factory: .' Out: dtisena 'should fielbifs to.the tpad a*}.*.! ..,t.n -, .r : -s t
;::1 pay by: the. former board, ;
..'E/'S.s.1r ;eftaedpaya lend him efery possible e encouragement Art' yon irritate.and rast ssfPoee : 'lhl''* 011.. GopdtuA \ia, :
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was. ,re.eotidDd paid. q m.'GeorgeJn
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1oOati.1t: re. There lane better field in '
for burial 'espWeaff' your hesrt thump pad paqae you tq gars : T.' : : Tg9s
t Thejbni presented Florida for such an enterdrise' and its establishment for bjwatfa after allmbji*a flight of stasis?, MYea.doflf.V ':: ., ..
unknown in the Palestine
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would be of inestimable Does(t duress yen to He pa the.left aiderHaa I'm so glad. joy didp't forgot ,tq.send' I .. .X";'
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r9 %, wa value to our track Po-era' ;;. Mrs McCarty nptbeeUk." ; -.-
\ bills presented for the..exatnlnatlonofOllW l you tntpsied.nlpmpry;dimness of tipton right dear." ,'.: rJ
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hate m .
is stopping the Commercial .
''mtk. ,.GUllard, a lunatic, twu fee, ft. I V M. BMMr ,,depression of najpd 4qd'c1Q. P1Y IbrebodThpn "60 you ate, George; put (h.e"Quite i11.: d1dn'tt .' ..... '.' "" ,.. !, '.J'i

1 p erred to the state for palmeD Col. C.'L.Peek. : win Bhortly begin the 1us.1. spsatob:" .' .. -i, i
I The petition place York Brown on, erection',of ,a; large and handsome, residence symptoms mean that yon are.auf ring '.b that IOt '- '. : .; '
r so. That 700. pent cost $ismd !' 1ant ; '. ':':, 1',' .ftf
J T the inf slid pension. roil, wars indeQnitelyj ) 'an hit 'property lying between from Dyspepsia and{ferrous ExhaustionTJiere ; = tbf kind wanted ft only 89 cents;'re-
Ir ,' y' ,, '..postponed. Madison; and Call' streeta. The house {a., BO other remedy extant that, has "qcod from 7% 'But. you: neodn'f J orry. ctLQ "Fn'r q{bEa :: t

Ii" The pay JOn for state's witnesses .at Will front on' Madison 'street and 'willpiobsily done. M much far tbs( class. of troubles... "'Ye put the dressmaker,to work on. It, and. )
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I I ISj; the fall term of the circuit court amoqnting be, the, most commodious, residence SCOTT'S CARBO-RIGESTIYE ; you can.get" the p.Jhes, pz;. yctn. go dpwn....* tomonow. ..'., '<; '. .. h .1't'ir.r.

,!t1r, .,. to $63.90 was. approved and ordered in Btarke. The lumber is at prevent He fire" and tmin.-srfiot'9i. 1 \! fIN -. .. -K,' .

l'led being sawed and Messrs.' Farmer & '* "* COMPOUND Pres. __ : .T 'i'. ': *

*,Trodmjvn, convicted at the last Adams, the contractors, will begin work : '

t:) I .teen of.the circuit, court, oo a charge of in the very.-near future.. If your case bas resisted tle fl ual methods of Trmsurar's Finp and rfWrtof Forfeiture Fine and forfeiture' 1 t'f. .\'.0>0. /$'rl7 1,.(,..,:

"', reaking and eutpring and sentenced to ? JuneJuly'Aoguat' sndSopi -: w "1 "
The teeth should not be f orgattpa. The treatment ire are particularly Anxious ta hare fpr the mpnthso { k. { '\->
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the' .COUD'1jdl for a term of twelvemonths .
I turned ,ayer; to J.. B. Crews value uf good teeth cannot lw overestimated you dog this Compound: a trial aaca L '. ATX4liW-AQ.TTm l.J? Q&
,: as
Dental work properly done before tf e guarantee relief in every case and *vPlcheerfully Apr. 25-'TQ am' rpc'd from W. D. B1uF.SecdofE. _
t., for care and support, during the term ,,for .. ; t'i.1.809.
(; refund should our rw- E.John.. .. .. 25.00 I
j It is too late spares one a great deal of your money Bay7.ToJune am't : ;
I .w.lch'howaa: snteoce4..Bills recd. of W. F. Malphurs. B.OO
and the for edj W tqVaduea the Oft8'(Ta fyiiuc( re ulta.Hea .....
'? presented for costs in cases where pain will often preserv teeth: June 4'To am't reed of J.:H. Moore 5..OQ .
fie' a life time.. Long ,practice in dentistry, e remember that the appellation patentMedJciae Jnne2t-ToamtN&doZLE.JQhae..x... 10.0Q! .
true. bills were' not found' at the ..Aug.To am'4! recd Qt& 1' CbUe. 1.a1 .
I M in IU professions, makes perfect. ( does not appjy ta .Auc. -To am"rec'd of F Cha84'..... 5.00 \
1++1' last term Of the circuit court were laid ( 6-rToamt rec'd of Eg; !: ;... 10.00 .. ,.
Aug. .
I D :. '.". ,over for correction, h.'". bad the practice and. CA p. guarantee Scott't Qar o-Dlc. 'Compound.. Aug:6-To: amt rec'd of J. ...,..-.-O.CXl ., J' ?

: J '"* The following,bills were ordered pAid:: good 'work.Office at residence' southeast It Is a prescription up by a leading physician o.receJP; ........' .r-TiS"---. IO. i. -
and fund of F. C. ftP. depot. J. '0.. Buyues. Wbo has made stoinaph and nleavaezvxaxnt, '
;orb' ._ Pauper $$5; general specis; nervous pou- AT'ft JQ:1

.I I ;f N t ; -* ''$58G.ili-.ftae and forfeiture $1M.34-: A correspondent sends is the\ following bled a specialty Jvyeant June-.B am"am't p P1 to to A.E.2-J!:.Hn.Joha ...H'..dOS.OO,1ueeitetT "., '. .' .:. .' : I' .. .. ,' :-. -, _

I I f f;; .: Total 80i82t ,W.T. WKica make #item; W. ft. Fowler, of Zif, thebaglpiua e We cou t inrestl tion and earnestly urge ajaphysioiaas Jnee lue4! -By?t am"atA'tp paid&to 9W.Eo &.Johns.Weeks.-..;.;. 10U2 3.75 _' : f. :1.
: r;: Clerk<<: and Auditor snake killer, has killed! fom! m write us foe the formula ofSCOTT'S June 4-By am't paid to J!:. &Johns:..:... MJO c : : :: .5 ':' :-'.: ,._ :-1 .<. t .: .I'
,, ; ; 10.78Sept. "t" '
Keith J"'J'
paid : -
13&III" E.
toJRob't "
'; .' .C'f."'_...... large rattlers withjo ten da11'f e I C-\RBO-nI i8TI\1! : COMPOUND_ ; Sept..1- aoVt paid to$. F. Ctiaee..L18 i" '

f :. rf': x lACrosse,,,Fia., November(d, 1885., master snake of the lot was 'a black 1 rat? Which we will, mall 09 appUcaOoa. that they. i I Sept.Sept.IS 14-By By am't amv paid E.E.F.E.Chase.Johns..:..;...; 7.10 1.33 :<, ; : 'D' :) iU; T: }i, }H'j".1J. \ _

i .tkr which be met on a fpotiog w .lie may satisfy themselves of its harnless charaotpr I Sept.. S-By amt; pad to Jeff Certain.. .... 1.20 ." ., ; : ,
. : ? i Ur. & It. Olyatt. who has been a practiclog qz d excellent virtues, -- ..... ; ; :-'. '\ ... F: '-:;' ; :. '. ,
Bossing the Santa Pe river last Sunday. Total d1aboneIQ DII.,. .42 \ ;_..:. .. ... -- ,. ,. .. <. < ,
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.' physician here since April lat, and Uta snakethjp' wu six feet1\ long and bad Sgpit't Carbp-DlgMtive Compound 'ltesppctfiuy eybo>ltt ,. ,. .. ,. .',". '. ".-, .';"',..._,'>7)'".-,' '...-.';.. :-"!'; ". ':/...; ....,.,".".. ;,,,',... .. .' .J.'... .' --.,
Providence..' & DENMAULp4uoty 1. .' \ .
at BraMoM'county .
1 formerly : p. ,. .:> '.. ". .g."J ..:." '
: rattles. Mr. Fowler that be f- ::; }' ."
right Tr'eseurer'Old .. . ,
House says I|thy most remarkable remedy that science has :,'" :., '- ,; -,. ,',;:,, .p. .,>;; ;. .
I'.1'..: was married at'the Brown In .' t-: Jr J
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Iced never had the pleasure of meeMit a Pf ,dp4. It has succeeded where ail ocher '. -' i : : ': ': : ,. ; << ':' 't r : .;: -
&,, Gainesville. ,&. on. November 7th, at black rattler before.. .. :People \ ....: ,_, ... J ::
medJc hare '
M failed.
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Mantba \
:'1' ; o'clock' : p. mv. tc( buss tJ. Qhl people who require medicine \nrvaulalp >.i' .. *
'", ',Weeks, of LaCrosse, Rey. Z A. Crumpton.ofFellovshlp Mr. and Mrs W.C. Hall, who moved .$od by druggists everywhere. $LOq pet b$- Hi* Ixivfels and kidneys will find the ti : : ':. ':r >: ;: :: ,/ : i .ti i1t't. '

tie. Sens to address in America$ on, receipt >. fir. ....
here frpm. TaU basue, any .
}l \ Marlon county, offldatiog recently < were tnju remedy IR lectric Biiiert Tins :' :< v. ''

t # ; Wiled tipqq Tuesday night' to mourn the of price.Itant. : doe ny.t stimulate\ and contain no,whiskey lr:f '. '. ,1; <' }' : .- < ;. .i..... ,- .
." .' b.large.delegation of friends went death of their little to by. The circumstances .forget that we cbedrfully refAnd your : ;,- .' ........ l"-;-' '" t't.- .
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Unt ads as it xtii
other intoxicant : .
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75 down;;to Gainesville to witness the happy: under which the death occuired moqey If results erg not satisfactory. Order direct tonic end ateratire.'{ I( acts mildly" on .: : '<,,.c :,}. : ,,./. .: ;',,,!..: ./. : .: '
D .. event were peculiarly distressing to the hearts If your druggist does not bare lt.Mdraa +," \"
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1f.. the Uowcla. ,, laiD strengthand ,';, : :
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8toroacbanl ': : : ., ; ...
.L'; !,jo '. The party were. foyally entertained of the young parents. They retired ,I all proers(Q. giving tone to the organs.- ihcreby ':.i'...-,' ;..:. : .. .. I I'.,

"t r ,, .while there and speak, in., glowing' terms Tuesday night aflpr: the child, apparently CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG. CO. .aiding' Nature in the performance of the : ::': \ ". : .
'k :r of the ..samptuous repast served "it) the well had closed its eyes in sleep'and did ,. functions. Electric l Bitters is an excellent 'ilz.''.

: ( dining rooms of.the Brown Reuse. pot awaken until Wednesday morning Topefca.. ,..Kas, appetiger and r aids digestion. Old People j ...'.'t."... ,1

.i :" : .Dr.;"and Mrs. Clyatt returne4 here tor i at which time they discovered that the find It just exactly what they need. Price :: q

: day and.,will immediately! begin housekeeping spirit of their babe had q>p .rt 41 Tb C.giaot Tetag.Customer 60p. at the drug lon of. the otarke DrugCo.

(;.'(\ :: .f in their own home: Under the operations of the, .sew slot. (timidly)-I--er-apppoaa you ., and Jphn A. King Lake Butler; ; ..5flf The Sweetest Girls in Town
;1 Dr. Clyatt baa.a'. very luwU7enfacllcami bate coma-er-rsuitabla books. for A roan .
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+ lion law the council must 'provide, the about to-CTi'be' nuriedf
Is "hIlD High tpef people
esteem by '
ballot ft be used at the coming election Bead Clerk (promptly)-T.. sir. Here .
nmniiOWell UkedVllUlllliD Are those who of the delicious confection ,
1f. .t>t this and_ Bradford counties where be and the names of all the candidates mustbeplaced 8klgglef, show this, gentleman your line '
i-'d Is ",known) N. of targeat, fUpd pqcketbooks.-rBuffalq \ contained in every large and J ixl sorted */o';
:; .. on the, same ticket. Jf o ether Wear longer .
: er. .. .... ...."1 .
ttl. .A.. a ..Bayor, Pro.las .. f.p, ballot than those furols'ied by.tbs council .. .

."... .,......., .- I, A.'I,. von glen. mayor of,tbe. town can be polled, and In order that the name XUWoyttsMr ;ts4ly =beay. Nothing More Wholesome

(t, "'., of Starke' by virtue of thf authority of a candidate may be placed op the. gobs o'* MoWork rqpney. -pby Old shnd.Bullion U waptln making tonjnoe .
Vested". in. me by law, do hereby,"call an ticket It U ueucssary that the council be your wages* -, Good. Judgment Than absolutely 'Pure Confectionery.; It not'c: *

:: I 'election! held in,the aforeswidtawn, petitioned to do so by tweutyflve'votersTbe '' Mr. if oWptk-Sore, Ol donna. Maybe ., _
I r' 'by the. qualified voters therein dp Tprsdsy council: will meet oo the 2Qlh Inst. fc. do be tbryin to Id rich enough to be air i l Tells you: Buy nice clotlnr*. : sweetens tasfa but has a Ufa effect on thedi-M:

.. the ,lath day 'of December,fc A. D..r' to ptceive these petitions.' If you are a pbeelantbropist.-Nee York Wp4. I. good clothes;; p osition. ,I guarantee'PURlfflfor; my ejdfoitoekjlj

J8D5. for.'the putpoag of electing the candidate get up your petition ani| bandit .. clothes that will. l lotik Wen no .

a r, following officers of said town; 10 the city clerk by the above pamed r_ itgsIUve. you; clothes that will wear ')
will be
welli| plo'bt-s that an For the Christmas Trade t'
e .r One )Iiyor.r date, outward index of your good

One Clerk, t taste of your..good judgment "
One Treasurer. .eE Berated Jz.II II shall put forward my best .effort. -/to not "L
The books of the town of
I ,
4 r One Marshal.. Starke are now open at my store, and your confections for the .holiday(! until .yolk ha$;

f. t F One Ta} Assessor persons who desire to .yote at the forth Appearances called 'on '71U!.' Everything 'jn.t the' Fruft, Nut ( .

a 'Two Aldermen. coming electloD'&fa requested 'tp come mate Candy line will be offered by me 'at. lowe price ,
'In testimony whereof hereunto subscribe forward: and register.W. Go a great ways-rclothea ;
my name! and cause the seal.of said N. MKACUAK, Clerk the the most First laslinz.impressions Clothes are JOS. EOKERT, itt118 .e !d Doe.t 1; ,
1 towo of Burke to be bereunU ,
r \ aflUed. thisx do it-the ngbl kind. ,Our t fl.1 t;..
2 J4th day of. November, A. D.189St Noticf) clothes will. ( ." ,:o!. ,
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Attest;; A.L. von Kinif. fsyor. All parties In- hereby warned against : '. '.. "' '"iS

1' '4,I W. .N. BlEACHAM, Town (., erk. trading for a note given by J. L. Mat 'TRUBK, STERNBURG &CO- COME AND SEE Ol NEW" 1.;r

thews t., me fop:|170. as said note has val+
Natlae ..
been lost. Party finding same will be Notice of. Election. ="tJ',,
4 special meeting: of the town council liberally, rewarded by returning it to me. -OF- j j

Will be,November 26th"to receive the IL J. Aln))|&'W'. i KNOW all by these greetings That I. x
petitions of candidates, who desire their| T Lake Butler KJa. "- T/ L. von Kirn, Mayor of the

p ; t pames printed. on the official ballot to be ----- I MThat'e the.girl." : Town of Starke do hereby give notice SOAP.SPERFUMES ETC.

r: nl Hn, the foribcominj election.. Th I'tr l...r use VJJemn"'en' -. "But why do you think tbey'are enBocauso that there will be an election held in the +
you been aoing I'OlTIoJb'QI' ?" Town of Starke the
t. .a'-w., provides that, n<>, petition can beg gaged on i -

"' 'ecelve4 .later than twenty days prior to tQ hixth yuof huusuT, yes, Indeed. It hn. been en-t the to theater and ba has goes stopped to cbnrch taking instead.tier"-to 17th,D&y of December, 1895', CHEAP FOR c.8a'- F ;L ?

l: x the date fur the election) nod no petitions tlruly rrfltted. Wbut do .you thlpl' qf the Life. For the ;
purpose toy
+ 'presented after the 20th 'lost. will be en* deoQratiops three Alderman. OLe electing Clerk one one Mayor.Treasurer ssssVss ssssssssBSSsssssis,ssiiVMM, .S...
He -
; t 4 &ttaJne4. \V. N. MEACOAX,, -BcanUful.6barWa asks them. nep papa Rut meWs HOOD'S PILlS enn I4v.. m.. one Marshal, one Tax Assessor.A. Dr.. Tat Powell and Dr. E. L. Stewart wIU iII) tilt rwrIPtious --
-r } Clerk of Towp of Btarke piano. 1Bfliouaus. ladlgtwtloo, He d che L. TON Knur.. Mayor "J'
y He-Well, well Isn's It greatt A pleasant; Uutttre. AD Dnatata W.'N.. :; MIACHAM. Clerk. apd dispense Drngs.iflRKB. .i 'J ''; .

LootnU.B'rTu4l, OCT. 15,1889. SbV-Tes. indeed. This tea table Is r ,

-, Messrs. Paris'Medicine Co:', alsq new.- DOB'S you think the design. i

L.LE 3 r* t t : Paris, Teen- lovely HopwFlnal .,4Ddaha'UbOllch&lr.IOID&- BRii a t

Dear Sirs;-Ship us as soon as possible thing new' N G GR

8 eras Grove's Tasteless Chill) Tonic: i to sa--oh.our rulL,,,. And then we bar added I I wDrjStoreStock ,-

{> M My customers want Qrove's. Tasteless J EeSo I.: ... What good taste hsj beenIaplyedl (B: P. SMITH PBoRJnba) .i

1 Chill Tonic and) will not have any In our experience of over'' 30 years |lu the tbera'i one thing J mI_ -
She Wba' II th t,
drug business we have never sold any
e-A'Dloe sofa. DON'T 'YOUNEED t tto
1 1r; medicine wjtiph gave such universal 'arty 8 -;ba>'i mr Caulk !', been awn, 'IN ,_ -
factioo. yraknow.H
j x x Yours respectfully, -.Yes. I koo v., Bqt what has that *. k |

RMfr J. S. B&owxBN4Co.BMif tedowitbltrBb L-A-K-E B-U'T-L'E-R pew suit of Cloth?, a pai.1'pf Kjie f, H!k'Underwear '
t -)Lamm* said aha wanted me to aekcft -

..'nF" Sr. .... _......" the sofa myself.-New fork World. a '. ., a Trnnt, Valise,. pr soiwethi>j.iP: ,
'., 'J,. .. On the 12th day of pea ei ber, the Lar AJI v.. *st''-", : I '. i "' .: &e Cjptbjng' ( or Qent 'urnisb'ingf Iraif |ft "i .- .

dies Aid 'Society of the Methodist church The Old Woman-What a charming complete;' Goods 'are fresh.Come .. .. < &

will 'give somaUtlBg new in ihie.way of ab fainting! t '
z'ur and, supper. U wilt be 'called '. Tha WomaqIle. Mr. Paul a.
that What Is : in to mm: Get- .. '
'- The Fe lJyal'of the) Seasons. Tha Aid the subject Is sorely. ypo,masterpleoa. .... our prices.TRADEI. OOMEAND'.CQ: $

.r 'Society will be assisted by a number'of ':i. Anist..aeoanesst ,How can yon .. .. .. 4, .
'4' $&*rke'e charming ladies. xpect rna to remember tbatf I havcn'f '
young /
All re .cordially invited to u.eu4111d tOBAh 4 U for two years.r-Bo ton Budget.W At ruy:stppfc> wkicb 1$ th jJecte4 I; iQd bpst !;

1 ;>L rr* 1i y... help in a good cause Lare. the f I1u.ID leAioj:1ab1: goods.: WEI'AI! ;1'08B J ,in the city. J4? ''fin. ,line pf Sfcoff fit i:

/ ,SEW RAISINS. .' ;near wpnien :arj4 cbUdren. '.|Tipti sriU |?nl 7.0**
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