Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews and B.J. Farmer
Creation Date:
July 2, 1896
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:


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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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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: Awarded OItii fixes. "iili roaches; its A Visit to. Providence. -
HEIBEBGKER A few days the writer enjoyeda to Yak I
S Highest lion rs--'Vor'd's'' Fair, harmless too. Stark Drug Co. ago asy .
.. .- trip through the Providence district -

'1)Et: A large number ..Bradford county via: Lake Butler.' It is truly "asy to Operate !

people attended the "Mityummer Carnivalat refreshing to note the general air! of r

Valdosta. Ga., last. week and were contentment shared by the farmers Are features peculiar to Hood's mis. Small In .
Sells GroceriesCHEAPER < < size,.tasteks! *,efCc'ent! ; thnronglj. At one raaa f fU
'C'l'JI.t p delighted w.IbthemaDrr in which they "horny-handed sons of toil" as

;I -\\ were entertained by tbp citizens of, that the fiction' wont to call

'plucky little city." :i them-of tho section visited. The d"nOO..S
5- ; 5 in of the
J : -S. crops arevvery good spite

THAN.TrxvMm THE CHEAPEST MrJ. R. Alvarez'letWednesday for drought whichprevailed in the early

. CAM Allb iIl!'. NC.'whc. \.10 f will spend the spring. Corn has filled out splendidly said; "You nerer'know you

"'f .,,. : .* ,... jf:'.. .'f': f.:, :. ; remaner oQuuTp." Mr. Alvarez ; an abundance of fodder has have taken a pill till it Is all P.all L1 r.SS
> has recqJny"vsuffered givetly from asthma over" 25c. C.I.Hood&Co., S
h. been and ii saved and
:; .,i. :'; t, .' 'r B. II'Nfi' being : cottonis
.0' ,';" r; 1';; friends: trust that be will Proprietors, Lowell, Mass.
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': : : : : .l\Ir8A..n. iJ :r for AshevilJe largely planted S Plan of the Primary. .
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S A K -. -, <..?. \*'*. "". '-"' '".....jv...'_. ..""h ,.H"ii,,.... :.,--r; resporiitd promises to be a golden one.
N. C. ]lelter
:. :' in a calling A meeting of the Democratic Executive
S MOST PERfECT MADE. her to tue: lxdside.: of.iir husband. Mr. A goodly number of the people committee of Bradford county was held S -- --------

For prices S Bahlej,.who has been |i Asheville seyeral living in the vicmity Providence on the 7th day of July. 18!>Q. for the pur- '
,. A'pure Grape Cream of Taitzr Powder.. Free laid-by their ,,' Saturday long pose of making rules for the governmentof '
from \\u-ks receiving U eat ellt.- has: grown THE
Alum ar.tt1er adulterant. eTection heretofore
Ammonia : the ordered
oj : and listen QUESTION
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----=- ; 4Q.YEhRSTME \.tARD.! j worse Jtml% it was demited advisable to address CommissionerJ. for the nomination of candidates: for the
by County\ I legislature: to -holdea on the 27lh
have Mrs. Bailey \with him. dayof
......... I B. Crews. .Mr. Crews made .a August, 1S9G.
"' .1 T. 91 iM EA'T' ',- HAPPENINGS IN THE CITY. The thud quarter!; meeting 0'( the strong speech in support of the On motion it was ordered that at such

V4 fl IIHATS./ Methodist clmrch wilL\ be, held Sundaynext. Democratic platform adopted a't primary electionthe polls bo held open
from 8 o'clock until
a. m. sundown that
Services vrUbe;: \\ ; conducted by Chicago, rJointinjr oat the many ad- at such primary election all Democratic;
O.ji: ,:'. J ::' 1i i '. The to be derived the Is not 'whether"It.,
Piesiding Elder T. Phillips. vantag by people elec.torsVho supported tUt nominees of

Local Items Picked Up Here union services i'n, tht! -eyening \jbe\\ from the free and unlimited t the Democratic party in the lust election will please us, buthetberitwillpaj'

S and There. Iftld at the Methodist\ -|-charch instead of coinage of silver and gold at the I and will; support% the nominees of this 5 S
.. S ratio of 16 to 1. For Ins terse I primary election and the State Demo. \\ '
the church: as previously
Presbyterian : cratlc ticket nominated nt Ocala: on the
announced. S' '' manner of expression Mr. Crews has 16th day of June 1896. and those including you to give us

"i SHOES ABOUT PEOPLE YOU UNO ,," r---- been dubbed "Tne Sam Jones of such as have become qualified to vote

Why suffer with cou.'hg. colds and la- the Flatwcods," and oa this occasion -I' since the election, who will pledge them your traJc..A .

CLOTHING grIppe when Laxative, Bromo Quininewill he fully sustained his reputa. selves to support the nominees of the PORTION of it we '.

Matters that Have Occurred or cure you in one d w-. Does not pro tion along the line of oratory During primary election now ordered and the

Will Occur in the Near Future duce the ringing in: 'the head like Sulphate nominees of the Ocala convention above askoritbatgrouud
the of his remarks ho
course referred to, and none others shall be eligible
BIG LINE OF PANTS -Kpitome oj"! ft. Week's. of Quinine. PuC.up in tablets convenient was frequently intercupted: by applau to vote. There shall b/J, voted for at- 5 -no other. *

Happening* iu Starke. for taking. ,Guaranteed to cure, !':e-, as in his most forcifu, !'manner such primary election one candidate' for 5 It is the trade of

or money refunded. jMce 25 Cents. For: he tittered some telling truth. the Slate Huaeind Iwo candidates for .'

f- 1 The peach wagon; have begun to cometo sale by Starke Drug Co\: A large number of county candidates -' the such lower primary House election of the State shall Lcgis he!: held! I. '.

town. _ _ S were present and in most three inspectors!: in etch: e'ecUon' district ..
+Numerous gentlemeii are spoken of in
RRI\oau SJlliB Buy your flour an meat from The W.. connection with legislative: h nors. cases nrade: short speeches as their who shall' propound lo each peison offering -
ailed the of tn vote (mil an affirmative answer is
B. Ilnjnes Co. names wore by muster
Among those proml city'! mentioned are ceiemoues.... quired ns a prerequisite thereto) the .

-., ,., Buy shoes from The W. B. Mehsfs. K. G. Hill. fLawtey; M. N. question. Will you support th& nom* KEEN BUYERSThat

I -- : I ,, Haynes your Company. Blanton. of Hampton\ E. .P& Ward of What the :MdiootHVII1!' GeL tuces of this primary election and the
I Democratic Stite ticket nominated
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For 81MO. t JGit __ :
K Y@l .1 Ward City ; J. B. CreWs, J. L Hill, and The school bonni, has m
Buy your fruit jur rubbers' f'onTb/ I John Croft. of Luke flutter, and R. G. ing monthly appropriations for the Inspectors shall keep a H,;t of all perSOnS -

W. B. IInes. .. .Co. \\lire .tnd O. W.. Clyatt' of Providence.. I various county. schools dunng the next voting and slnll s\'nd up the same
: = =;;''''''ib.. -- -- -- .- I f C /- with the returns (hereof and the ballots
school term: -
The registration books, are now the close of the
open. The attention ofourreaders, I is directed 1. Highland............. ... ............. ..8 55 cast. Upon
Don't fail to ie ristcr. to the anuounceme of Ex-Senator 2. bowling ............v. ...... ,. 30 polls the result thereof shall be we seek, and
MONEY MADE MONEY SAVED S .. 3. Uobson... ,......... .....,.... ..... 2o declared, after counting the billots; .
Buy lard mid} butter from Abraham Ciosby. wh q| is again a candidate ;I 4. ThomiH........ .... ........ .... ...,........ 33 and returns thereof han be made by said our prices arc
your pure I for the senate.! Vfhile it will be irupofMlile. 5. New Zion... .... .......... ...-............ 25 <..-.
The W. B H.iy"'* ('0. I 6. Buc'uSTapn: :; ... ...... ... ......... ... .. ..35t. ; In9xciors] to the Democratic Extcutive named with that
: iii H county .ttmt i'i'hM only about Late: BiHliT..... ... ..................... 75 committee of said county who -hall.
How is the Time. Price the Lowest.. Quality .as oods from 8. CU oii.... .......... ... ...... ........ 30 on the second day af'cr such election *.
Ladies juui! 'l'11'l'S:> lOOtJ'urth for "Fii her Abrahum" to S object.
0. Andrews .. ..... .........*....... 3t)
..... ........ ...... .... ..... meet at the court house! in the town of
the \\ B IlIIY '!> ('i) 3Q().Ov(} he to 10. Pine Urove 2:>
Represented. --'--- coma strong promises 11. Latttey .. ... ...........:................ ";3 fctarke, in said county, and after canvass. Merit must be ,
II make it interesting/ for such 'other canditfection 12. Ktarke.-....... .... ............... .......... 2D; ing the itturns from the various election 1 .
In a few weeks more King Cotton will 13 Rimz.: ... .. .. ..........,............... ... BO districts shall declare the receiving back of every article ..
dales as may venture,ii lo the wee .. ... .. .. ... persons '
take charge o( the town. : 14.-Vanderbilt ....>. .../...... 40'
COME SEE AND :BE CONVINCED.; ; ; '.. -----" 15; ', ;Gr>en. .. ......... .... .,.:............... 85 a majority of the joles[ cast for any of on which a.:: .
l .At .the semi-annual) ;of officers fr;. New River.............. ..........,...... 40 said offices the nominees of the Demo.
SS Buy your fruit jirs and jelly: glasses 17.S Unity ..........I.J: > cratic Bradford for !
..-.. crrT'; : 2'&. from The W. IJ. 1 (' hel4" Sunday, July li ;b, the ChristianEndeavor 18. Rosier .....,...................... ,....... 23 party.of county such
lIy, .h-r-: :" -.1 elt ql ud" the JIJ,' Midway... ...... ......:.......' ,.?,.... 85; respectively.It .
---r -t Society following) ... .. .... ..._ ... .. ordered that i be '
1A n 20. Blozbam ...... ; ... ; ...-,. .., 75 was inspectors appointed -
Mr..tn5i Mrs. W. T. Brooks'\ ,.of Mqg", fticcis3rs'F.C.... Dityie, president; E. 21. Prorldcnce... ............."..,/.;....-.,.. Uti. in till' various districts as. fol
T. R. SWEAT ; UopeChurcU.........,.. :..n.ft.- 25 '
FLA. \ nolia., .are visiting_relatiwsJiere._ _; M. Thomas.rice-presiiJentrT.! ( : A. Knight, UtesvUle................. _"..".,...:..?..,;;;.. 30 lows: viz: /
,,.,J : r- "' .: -: ..' .':' > (-.Reci 'tL P.- A.. Scott, 24. Pre'att.....'!.. ..".,-...;55- ..S..........i *..; .- S5 District No. 1,-George Mixer, 31. L.LmSJiolU .
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S ---. "' ''''''''.''' "" -.- ..,,::;;;; -:_ ...........,......,,.....,.....- "-. S -.. ... .. .- -'-, N; ... .'r'.o, ;.;..,.,...-,."...:.).,........;..>;;1.-.od; ir\ -",' retordlng cortpon4i*9\cretary>' ie. Againa! Kic'kliler *27.<*, 8DarkIn"D..H'Alaevman.-.. .<..**s....?...h".........*_.7t.>..>....l..Hr..4. -25; S District)and No. ,JotSt 2P.G. McCn'Vi P. Dekl J.'. B? LO P '_:

zirrived.! .TIIi'V. : u. Hnyne.s, tO 88.. Sampson River.........-' .?.,.,:.,...-. 80 &
S : sncip.IY'me'ts every :29: St.arkeLcolorect-.4. .... 25 Crews and G. A. Eppersou., .
SS llou: R. T. liichard of*Ilive r Junction, Sunday ,afternoon at 3.3i,: o'plock. All 30. Water Oik (colored) ...... :.. .............. 30 District :No. 3 -J. II Scarborough,
Have Your GLOTHES 31' Cain Chipley.....................,....... :20A J. Douglass anrl A. P. Pearce.
wus in town ftw days! this Week. are cordially iuviied to atUnrtthe meetings !. Hopeweli (colored)....................... :25 :
invitation 33. Providence (colored).... .... ............:.. !23W. .: District No. 4.-W. D. Clvatt, C. C.
to ,6rde For la Dr. Powell's A special is! extended to : MathiS (colorod).............. ...... ..... 15 Odoui hcd J. C. Ward. ,
grippe use Feyer sh Cure. It "nevir fails" to cure it. __ 36. Swift Creek.:.'..........."...... .......;.. 25
A few unknown r.. Palestine.... ... S. ........ ...... 30 Register and E. .T. Ward S is quoted, together
nigli'.s! ago some per. 38. Hampton. .... ..; .'............... .... .. 18T S District No. G.-C. L Peek. W. W.
Aodieus & Middlcloii Inve: two or son entered: the house of Laura Moore.a 39. Keddfeh........ .............. .... ..i...... a'i) Sapp and J. 1'. Kicklrer. with ser
....... .. .. ..... ...... prompt
three horses which ihey offer for sale] 40 Gaskin .. .... 25 '. '.
District No. 7.-L \ II. \\
who Lincoln I Moore.
colobi'd City
'dlJmau live-sin 41 Law toy (colored) ... .. .. .. .. .... .. 23 '
vice and
cheap.Furniture.. .. S and her severe beatiug about the'' 42. llonley........ ....... .. .. ........... 20: J i Cameron and J. II Cowart.J businesslike .
gtc a ; 43. Di-ilmg.............. .............. ....... SO J District :No. S.-.I.I WhUehead, Geo.
Movts Ii nd hou'-eki-i-pirig! head) HIK! shoulders with some !sharp! in- 44 Blair.......... ............ ......... ...... 20 i 1 W. Drill and Gco. II 1> .treatment. *
4i. Hirers.... :..... ..... ...... .. .... 2:> I yal.
,roods chiaj-ir than eVer at liuhy, Stern- strument. Laura was beaten' into insensibility 46.( Vames.... .......... ...........?.......... 20 .J. L. II Hi, You will find that
14ercbatTaiIor. & Co.'s and tor several days it was 47. Thuriton (colored)..... ...... ... .. ..... 30 S ChaJrm: Dem. Ex. Com.
I burg \ 4S. Zlf..... ...... ... .... ............. 154U. Tuos E. Bt'GG, Sec. !.'I'otem. we are doing business -
S thought that she could: not recover, but Brooks... ........ .... .... .... .. .... 2') S .
\ Guarantee to Pit and Please You. 1.. C. Hull has just I'eccived.a, carload this time fchebids* fair survive'the 50. Little Spnne... .. ...................... 33: ---- --- this
TTjcy at l: to 61. Ilnmptcn (colored)................... ... 13 Marvelous Ucsalts. on line
S (Jr shingles which he is offering for sale: effects of the a \ LARGEST SSORTAVENT. in Jots to suit purchaser.INSECT 53. Sampson Pond..r........... 23 From a letter written by Ilev. J. Gun- and will at'aU
have the. bhghtcbt.idoa of the identity of 54. Sampson Cujr........., ... ........ .. .3U
% \ ..........,.LOWSTFRJGS. -- -- her 55. Uuilford... ..... .. ...... .............. tt: ccrnun, of Dimondale :Mich., we arc permitted times give you the
POWDER settles:Mr.Mosquijo assailant_ _ 88. Wbitehead......... .... ....;......... .... 35 to make this extract: "I have no
and( the festncfly. Try Sheriff E E. Johns captured Noble Col Installation of OfUcerx. hesitation in. recommending Dr. Kings

it. btarke.Jrug Co. lins, & negro wanted for murder in Su- New Dibt-overy, as the results were almost
T11UEY STEKJS'BUUG & CO -,- -._- The following officers for the ensuing marvelous i in the case of my wife. WhileI S 4
\\auuee county, a few days ago near
term were installed at the last the church at
The Bradford County Guards are drilling was pastor of Baptist:

w regulaily: now and promise to Mon Ward City Tho Suwannse county authorities meeting of May Lotlire, Xo.. 10, I. O. llivt's Junction the was brought down S
were at once notified of the cap down with pneumonia succeeding
..._ reach a high degree of proficiency.A P. : S S Terrible of BEST VALUE
ture of Collips hiid. Sheriff J. W. Hawkins A. E. l\1oitt-No Grand.J. grippe. paroxysuns coughing
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would last: hours with little interruption,
new line of r the- celebrated: Ford's came after him Wt: nesday. Collins N. Jones-Vice-Grand. and it scuned as if she could not survive

How do these shots iu low cuts'! nil the latest toes, just seemed very little concerned about the 'J. 0. Haynes-Right Supporter. them. A friend recommended Dr. King's,

,- ....... rumeil LLtTrubySternburg&Co.'s.: matter and chatted in' a very merry vein of Noble Grand. S New Discovery. It was quick in its
------"-- with the dlrkicsVll. gathered about. him N. ,V. lIa'ckctt-Val"dcn. and highly' satisfactory in results. Trial

Prices Strike You? .DISINFECT your premises; at the depot.just before the arrival of the Wm. TIson-Inside Guardian. bottles: free drug store of Slarkc Dru"

: \\ e. carryall kinds of disinfectantsat Co. ,.
train upon which he was to return to the W. N. Meacham-Secretary.W. 1-1

,. proper prices. Starke Drug Co. soenoof the crime. F. Edwards-:;-Treasurer. Lumber Notice. possible. for yourS ;

3 }pan : 5C. 1ifl1i1M. ( . . .. . . . .. .89- Dr. John C' Wills was in town a few "My mother, my wife and myself" use ...After the installation services I haye in my yard at mill in Starke a money. S

r.) p\lr. .25c. 1it1i4..., )Iinse. . . . . . .. . .-. 1.QO31'IIil daS ago. The doctor has recently moved Chamberlain's Cough Remedy whenever were over light refreshments won: good supply of choice dressed lumber We see thafU i is "

2c.!() ( 'hilt 'iiN lloo .... .'.50 with his family from Providence to Lake S troubled with a cough; or'cold. It is the served and those. present pronounce such as novelty siding, flooria: ?, ceiling .. -<
this of the of tin boat and cutling-up stuff al: rough lumber -
most S. do
S one pleasant to
5 25c. Tallies'M) : .",. .>. ,. t.,-'. .f 1.00 Butler. medicine of our home. 1 do not know similar of S of different qualities und prices. For possible 3-

C 5c. I IIand.kcrchiei6i I: ._. .. . .'. '!. ..' .25C Ladies please remember that' Ford's how we could do without it. We feel many meetings May sale for cash. Prices will be firm and paying business at .

25c. Ilandkoivhit-fs. .? _}. .*1.00 I that it Is. an indispensible article. The Lodge. _. S quality as shown. baler, wear better and are fully .5 a small profit
of .
C} 20c. 1JH1tl1.l''l.hief8., . . .. 1.00 people in this vicinity, too. are beginningto Eucklen's Arnica Salve. Mr Hope Farmer contractor
warrantee':. For sale and will be
only by Truby.. S Starke will have it in chugs: ,
1. .*ic. Siyntncr t"oiwt I .. .f.. 50I learn of the merits, of this excellent: The best salve in the: world for cuts. receive calls from in

$1.75 Ladies' Trimmed Hat: .' ". .. ., ?. 1.25 Sternburg & Co. S medicine. I ntverl.1ose an opportunityto bruises, sores. ulcers, salt nieuni, fevei) pleased want. anyone S
sores, tetter chapped h.mda chilbl.iinscorns
1 fsl.SO; LadieHyrnmmed, .." 1.00 S Mr.. ud Mrs. W. II. Hoffman and little testify to its value, ,for it has saved and all skin eruotions, and positively .:: JAMES E. ELT.S.. Agent. .

,'1 paper: be*>t Needles' .. .. ... .04 duughur left Monday morning for. their many a doct r's bill in mj family. W. eures piles,or no pay required. Ii t t ,Starke. Fla,, May 5, 1 9j.?; .

3 paper: Piya.-.'. .. .. -u. -.t-. ... v.... .Oa bumlit Ujvrr; Junction:. after, a pleasant S S. Musser proprietor of the Musser or is guaranteed money give perfect Price 25 satisfactior cents pi:, I ORD'S 5- S -

visit with relatives: heic. 1IiUSeVIUIIeIIU.. Pat ,This remedy is S box. For sale- bv Starke Drug Co., am I INK .. ." ,

\ """ .' ,. famous for its cures o(balfcolds.: Try it John A. King Lake Butler.. i 1TTING S .0 I!!R i ''ii Ic l'A. .S t'. ',:,"'.
The.painting epidemic has extended to I --- I b OOTWIABat I :; ,:;. :.,: :. ...
A BIGRECTIQNGUODS FOR THE COMING: WEEK ONLY. lint! you, loo, will recommend it to,your "
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the: scfcool house and Baptist ,Cburb.: ; Buy your corn. oats. bria. griU ant I Trsiby, Sternbur & Co'. r ;. -.. .."\.' .. '
Both buiWUigs ire being painted by Dell I friend. For--sale-- by Sttrke Drug Oo. meal from The W. B. Hnyne. Co. !I :: ..-. S
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Wright.and his corps of. artists. Senator Wilkinson Call addressed the I IiJ.B !I _

'-- --- people; ttt Hampton. Tu dl& ,!\nd at Lake I

B. R. WITKOVSKI. BILE JilSUUrr act promptlyon Butler 4We nl"sday. The senator* made .
liyei and. boweland,. never gripe strong speeches in support' the democratic rr.S 1 The highest claim forothertobaccosis"Jiitis
Next Dom to N. J. Johes'S and .
; or pain. Made and sold only by : platform and nominees and was oar*endeavor

th btarke Drug\ ( ompany. ( listened toyli marked interest by hi; good as Durham. will be to meet ftS

Clerk's Report."O S '.Mr.f Iiffoal: Ur..v\u .amilis s Blanche h arttg"! County candidates were much I Ii Every old smoker '.. yoamorethanhalf '- S
I iu evidence IboUt: Huntings. and uladejsucri S
\Njun were iuurne d Sunday utterunuu i
PORT' of W T. \"('($s. Clerk of Ike nrcuU. c"vrtJ r Bradford. County, on aceouat ot ColXV speeches when called upon. At knows there is none just the way. *-
lector. tor taxes assesst-d for the year ISif: 11.1111 homo..of, the= biidt's patients .al i ; .
,$J 't the Hampton meeting Col. t>. L. Peek as good, as If Coma and -
; J F. Klck1 .
:: Sampson CiJyty) Notary ter. see us..
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cov n ; r here left Tlmrsdny morning for unable: to attend the meeting at Lake

June 4.W-To UJ due tYmnty School ftmil .. ..... ......h .|I.....*... ,..... 245885 Fernindiua to tlsea breezes for Butjer but learns that Senator Call ... ,
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Ct OT\ 11oL1S.. -.5 5 1 : of ,Out placet The people gathered
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.June 2ft*} -TC)Da.1. due on C>untPolU......... : ;. ,; ,; SIS 00 I from miles around to r.him. and at
July 6, *96r By oro't rolecied..t................,.. .........;........4.; .............. S5 00 Rollins College \Vwiter Park,' this state. .
:OAQ.Ldue............................... ....V......:.t.; ... ., ... ..,. 293G0 It contalus the names' of 195 studeuts, I his eT'ery mention of the.&nincial policy \ Smoking irb [(

COCNTV BRIDGE. .. bet.ded.liy'eir cf the democracy the vast audience ap- JIS I IY

June 2.*9 -To bill. 41".Qx>U1\tr r.rMgo fund,.. ...*........ "f..t... ..,....... : 234 4; and H large faculty 'new;:I piautied long ml loud. The: senator's S
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: :REV. PR TAIMAffRSUNDAY'S servation parish. who: was There about was Jo a poor be turned woman out In'the because \WASHINGTON- NEWS.. \ -.W"WOMEN HONOR_. '-,JIoKINLEY..- VIA1!PLORIBA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR} RAILROAD ". .' ', .<* -

she could not pay bn rent One night Republican 'N mlnee Shakes Hands .
DISCOURSE UY THICj : 6ho she made beard no a loud answer knocking-at and Md the herself.door The and With Many Cleveland' Ladles. New Florida and Northern Air Line :and ::,, rvaLsilj

j NOTED DIVINE. rapping continued louder louder louder GOSSIP OF THE, CAPITAL, IN. On their,own'special train and with y-:
but she xnado no answer and continued to their own band.several hundretVClev\H. "Fiorlda Trunk Line. : : :

hide death.herself.She She-was said, "That's almost frightened the officer unto of PITHY PAUAQIIAPIIS 0 land women swooped down upon Canton JACKSONVILLE TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 22, 1890. y' t:;: cast -

Subject: "Kindness for: Another's the law come to throw me put ot my home." Wednesday morning to call upon : grapir
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A Sake." A few days after a Christian! philanthropist of the Chiefs Heads of the Major McKinley' congratulate O = p. .g r :
Doings 3n1 nnd-Jo 1 SOBTHTBJTPOI3T3. .
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met h3r In the street and said: "Mr poor 's F9m
'. him and the natiou I .
I w of them :
.. one AND THE- : i ii '.4 .
a .. woman where were you the other night I Various DepartmenU. M I .4 t c
it his nominatiWu n ;4 Q ".4 -a > ; .c H
put on i
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round to to untoWhy
your pay your .
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: there yet any that Is loft of the - - -- t ntm.o
house of Haul' that I may Ehow him kindness didn't you lot me in? Were you at -- In 'no'ot4er 'po1iti al campaign, 2 o.i i10:,. 82'10.1 6'-Op72".p ... 00a 4r OOOp 'l5ir .... .

for Jonathnn'8 f sake So Meplilbosheth hon e?' Why,"she replied, ;"was that yon?" The president has appointed DavidJ. presidential or state, have the women J J. TI &KWU 2 4i.: 4 4'i. at'Oi9OTi' ien ...... "'. 19' (''Op S I..p 705p 8 COp ;

I dwelt In Jersahm. for ho did "Yes. that was m( I cam to fay your Bailey Jr. postmaster r.t Griffin manifested tuch personal interest., The 312p I T : Ii ........ 4's t 3\)1' 6SCH627P- C 3.4)a, *. !
continually at thn king's table and was ea rent." "Why" she said "if I ha any ... G31: It) !J1a 315 j1.... E'cre ,. ( 40i ... .... 6 CSt Ml ,

on both his feet."-II Samuel Ix.,'1 and 13. idea It was vou I'would have let you in. I Ga. fact of hundreds" representative ... .... .... 73vpj ..., .' Wa ... ..... ...-... -. i "fIt .

tbero thought it was an* om 'r come to cat me out Tho comptroller of the currency hog women calling upon' Jlojor McKinleywas The ..., .. v. I: It 15pU .... "' 01.- ,. 4 3Jp ... ...
Wa ever anything for romantic of my home." 'j soul that loui knockingat .... .?... I ..8 .. ... .. '
chivalrous than the -' declared dividend 10 cent in a unique event and one absolutely I'i "v80V 2- 2'.p ...:. lTS' 'nn'li 3.1 4Wp220p.
Jonathan? At love and the gate to-day s not the sheriff come to a of per his Jacksonville ..... .... : u> 114i800a Fa rfax it-------9. l .. ... ..- rtoi
-- And David was down.ono time Now Jonathan David is was and up put yoa in jail; It is the boat friend you ever favor of tho creditors .of the ]Farmera'National without precedent in'our political .... ..... .... ] g. ...... ...A.nust. .- .. ...... ...

Jonathan's la up had come to be your security. You shiver bank of Porthsmoatl O. tory. The visit to Canton was pro- Ta .... .... 2 47pd| I !4im."Denmark | :Ua ... 132i. .. 1I're
family 11)8nn(1
often heard of two solJlers do"n As you lave with terror because'you think it I It wrath. It jected anti carried to its Lnppy and successful .... .. 41Sp 3Wa .... '' ) 57mm ... 11 &5" ..... L.
battle bororogoing Into Is mercy. "Why, then tremble before th3 Tests of the Colt automatic gun have conclusion ] West ... ... .... I .Xs.i 10 4.a ....." &' 20p. .. ... .......
the survivor making will covenant that If one Is shot Klncjol heaven aud earth calls you to Ills Men progressing at tho,Davy- !rd in solely by women. Key, ... ... ... 14 IT.. "A..h \ I5r ... .... .... -.

the watch the take charge of the bdy. palace?' Stop trembling and start right Washington for several days. 'They No man and politician had the ... ... SZtll' 5l z 825 i 1 ..." :! to |- WV ... 92.'h ..... ]

bereft moment and perhaps away. "Ob" you say "'! cant fctart. I and tho slightest share ia the conception or execution Raihvfty .... ... 93to, OI... ......", al '! .- 12[' 8 < ..........

and Jonathan family of the ono that die, 8 David have been no lamed by sin and go lamed by are regarded as satisfactory of the plan. .. .. 104Si ; iiir1.'C'r'nsb'r': .. .. 7-1Up .. lii.| ... ..-...
that Jonathan had made ..... "..D.nviilo"p ... ,|........._.
about now i=rJoad David is Inquiring feet." My friend we come out with our department will be. carried out. A speech of congratulation: w made North ..... .. 'OOOi) '5'uF G : 551' ... 2 ) ''' ....

Il family that ho, mny show kind. prayers and sympathies to help you up to The of barrel by Mrs; Elroy Avery" of Cleveland ... .. ..., 1 ISS3 3 | -. (IXp ... U 40a .... u...
LOSS. them for their father Jonathan'sske. the palace. If you want to get to the arm is a single construction state regent of tho Daughters of tho and .... .... :!i iC 5 .. ) 'J7p ... 155 j'... ....

palace you may there. Start now. Tho and will fire four hundred shots .. .... J... 0 40P---------'ltt'hnmtmti".U' ; ia ... It i> ... .._. (
Careful search Is made, and a son of Jonathan Holy Spirit will help you. have to 'per minute.T.innfanant. Revolution. South .. .... SO'* 4 lIt .. a ... :) ........--...

by the exceedingly homely name of jlo la just to throw yourself on your face at > .;; ittuirur _McKinley_______. was_n__ n frrnnnntlv__.____.. onplaud'ed ... ,.._ 10 2-* :i ..780a/ .. B .".-.V .... ... .. .
'Mopblboshcth bad Is found. II nurse, In his In* the feet of the King as Mephibosholh did. -;.,'" _w_. -Tt- T-!. T- "" .J'ir ThnriivJ' in reply to Mrs. 'very'a talk. Line ... .. rj /j"i' I : IapIOpr.......... I i|

both fancy his. lo him out fall of, the and fall bad had put. Mephlbosheth's end niaj) comparison: seems telegraphed navy department from When he finished speaking there was Through '. ... ., .9)_ I 13)1'_.... ._. 1-I.::.::.. \\ ... .... ... r
ankle place -
extravagant to the world, but when n man r
Breton Island follows
never sot. This decrepit poor man Jabrought has seCn himself as ho really: is and seen Sydney, Capo as a gentle. but earnest 1-hccr."8mI' then (lhe. -' Also 1 thron U sWpcrs Tump nail New T>. M

Into the palace of King David. how ho has boon treating the Lord, thor : "My steamer, ,llopdj sails at Miss Birdello,Switzefyof Cleveland, S;situ 3S CJITJtliroQ:h .1''IIt'l"1I\ l-etnceu JjokHonT.I'c; and TAmp'1.lIn.1 New York ,1 .c.

David gazes.upon him.with melting tonJer"mnjo Is no term.vehement enough to eipreaa his noon today. Expect to remain until stopped forth and prtSfcited Mrs. McKinley Elegant lirongli liar" Coiicliw Jic-kconTillo lo Cli,*rl.,it<,on NCM. :y> atrl) otiOIXCINNAIIJACKSONVILK

Jtii.TJ tiftnliiff Ifftittr face a rcsomlanccto suit condemnation. The deal log of the last of September." The officer is Heart of Florida '
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hltfoid friend, the del.o Jona Mophlboshotb's comparison fails to describe with a largotjmbkot. of handsome : :: ,
understood to bo in search of a vast *. ; t I 11F
than. Tho whole bearing ,David the man's utter loathing of himself.Mephibo&hcUi's : roses. -. ____ __ To S Lonii". fli-cauo. Siom Cny. .

toward him soem,* to say: "flow glad I am posturing does not seem tooprostrate. meteorite, discovered by him on his band composed of women, Ask -. .licao, ri-1! -,,If NoSfil I t 15; F .
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to see you Sfophlboshelhl How you remind When a soul 1* convicted, first met Polar expedition, but which he 'the for A- -3.2 ) I .i ; ; 45pmat LT .....JnckwiiTiitoArt V tanid I UlI !
struck written for Cleveian4" ; ;
of occa
me your my friend and bue he uprIght. Then tua musctos of his up a gong : tiG ..
prays was not then able to bring : : ;: lci 45.1111 LT .. .. AtlanU: Li OSOpin :
factor! I made 1 bargain with your : neck relix. and he Is able to bow his Leal. away. sion. Tho,women fell into line while Tickets via the ZQ Lollinil Z ZQ 12't'V11I( .. ..Jurnaindana25'pnm.
good many )'ear ao, and I am going to After awhIle' almost : effort An appeal for the observance of a and for :'u Nacll.\'Iol. 7 2-J ..
by an superhuman tho band was'playing] nearly 0 ; :2 j 11'110, ..Holly pihiftstu. :: .i
k,ep It with you. What can I do for you- ho kneels\ down to After awhile J. T. & I K. W. 1ufl.napoUs. :: ::::
pray "Bird day" in'tho schools throughout three-quarters of an hour Major McKinley ___ __,___ 7 10am I/MIS. IMpiu
MlphlboshelW I am reolve. what to do- when no has seen GoJ and seen hlina-1?, h6 ....Chit.o .. I \P'" \.
I will make you a rich restore to the country has been ordered by tho shook hands xith tho visitors. Write the Ccncral Passenger 8 -13p'u 1vJaeks'v'IoAr, :
ma. wil i throws himself Hat on his Inca at tho feet of 4'l'Ui(' ... Datbmqme 7 .5) am
you tb.e confiscated property ,grandfather he King just like loIophlho8 olh. The fact agricultural department. The object Agent for Information. 10 4 r.j 9 I) .o 151mr.E'TdLLv" IJo'olL.. .. ro.mI..X. : :: Ci y. .. ". StWpuiUirm
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Haul, ant. you bo a gu "hal we lice our a? sees ui, to devote a day to bo set apart oncea 75111'' 51h.111 h \1'.0111.. I -iOpui ... uglisamu..i 315pm.
its at long as you llvo,the:) shall" It be h'atOI too wo would perish at the ''spcctl (lo. You year, or to be combined with "Ar 0. D. AChE liLY, 10 'IGj' 730 ain; [is A alltlII ) ; :OJ1t1\l'\ .. .Momplim' : ... ... LT .) 3<)hUt
luytnMo iftnong princt-a. was would have no time to overhaul other puoplo. fo Postage Gen'I 5 .. .n'IIIt ( .v .. JW.,
much f<>r h'lb. and bo, cried out Your cry would boo "God bo msreiful bor day" to instruction in.the value of Railroads Ordered Pay Pass. Agent i lOu 12 fi 5 pm .\r CIm-itn'ga 1S 01'111, t 12 lOat' | : ,

against It, calling himsel a dead dog. "Uo to nlnner." our native birds and tho moans of to Undo Sam. .NT I). COFFIN( ---- -- HUVILLi UOUrE.: : -TlinmnU I Pullmsu .
inc. pro. .. J Opni L1'.AtI n'L.1 t :' 7 \Ih
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still, David do this |Sleeper bttwrcn Jackll\'UvllI"! Iud iHueiniratL
account bUYS I do this;for oa. your Awl again Mepblboshetb in my text tecting them from wanton destruction. The railroals enterisg AUanta. havo Gen'I Superintendent .. 71'5 pm \r Cuatn'.a A 4aiu S 1(11' ----- .
I;can never forget your his kindness.Jonuthn'sske. Iremember stands for the disabled humansoul SAVO: Tho idea originate! with Superintendent I been notified to discontinue their bug JACKSONVILLE. .. 71: lUll YrCiu'iuti AiKJH. S 111'1111' M :Jlll' 6"tI'l\ItI.V.| Jaikrtonvilla[ Arj ? .)...
for tbe sake of another. would 4 ss-
Hcphlbosboth --- -----I m .
when I was hounJeo from placeto never have got into tho palaea on his own of Schools Babcock, of Oil I gage car mail service Bud to buy ." --- .'M all'I.;>."> carry tl"r<>u<;U 1',11. --lll..pII.fLv..H\\'\b..A'4 0.0& .\r...Culniattija..Ar'12 :7o,.

place bow bo tn<. Can I ever account. Why did DavM ransack tho realm l : City I'll. It Las already been adopted stamps and use Uncle Sam's mails. cr' U-hvfOii; Jackioi.villo. and Oiiicinmti.No !jam .\ ..\1ll1lrr., ..... .Lvi r.21'1""
forget bow ho stripped lilmself of biB to find that poor man and then Ix&tow! upon in two cities -Oil City and Ft. Madison Th\s means $250 a lay postage for tho ric'yiW" o Q.r a- oS'd' collection: cirrim !.'[. Atlanta u.n 'I' :tr..lltII.br4)Uvth'.l.v 3 511'11to

courier nppaiel cud gavo It to mo Instead him a groat fortune and command a farmer Atlanta. Clia IIIII'JO'I\! I tpl1lr... ...AHicTiUor. ., ....Iv 2 Kipiu! '
my shepherd's coat, and how be tookoIT of tho name of Zlba to culture tho Cdtnto and la., and Secretary Morton the roads entering i1F"Save I'. se'11-'ora ,can romMn at Chattanooga in 4 13,
his own sword and belt und gave them to give to this invalid Monhibosheth half tho author of "Arbor -day" and endorserof For tho year it TVpald bo $75,000 Sleds; r until ,:(tK) a. m. 7 i'i i\ru .. .IC'ioiTil'u, .. . LT 8 Ot "til

mo Instead of my sling? Ob, I can never proceeds every year? Why did King David the "Bird day" movement wantsto just at that one point. Tho same rulo ( ;k PayingDoctors'{ U oj. <.uuuctiuu for Chicago and all wcutcrnpouite. 4 2*<.iiii Ar.r.. .LrxiiiKton.... .LT 'V tina
for forget him! I foci a I couldn't do enough make such a mighty stir about n poor follow the latter extended is to bo enforced iverywhcre, and it .0 7 I'MIH Ar....Cincinnati..Lc S 0'11'111
you, his son. do it for see generally.
cou't your who would no'erJt) of use to the throneof ---- -
sake any enough.addi Nat 8 Nttt. 71111I1 Sos.. : ;3 j
; I-do it for your Jonathan will give the government ;
Israel? It was for Jonathan's sake. It Petroleum Statistics. I. 'I. iii \\ c.t Vlurlda anti .
sake. SO Mephlbosheth dwelt In Jerusa postal do- 13 No I awl H all.lIO)3111. .,
was what Robert Burn calls[ for "auld lang tional revenue to put"tho :kcw Urlroll". .
lem for ho did eat continually at the king's I'no. David could not forget what Jonathan The total production of, crude petroleum part men Lon a paying bnsis. .-ty Bills 1).dly.. Jaily. Jail-,. ,
.tube nnd wns lame on both had doue for him In other Three in tho United States in 18.95 tL -- .- -- '
ro Is so much gospel h fet" incident days. This isa hard blow to the rO 1t1s. ...... Lv..cfllau.tin".Ar ... ... 520)'DJ .
times this chapter Im.i it that nU this was 52y83,52G barrels valued at $57- ... .. 07mm Lv. .. ..Calahan! .. ... .
that I am embarrassed to know where They havo been doing all their busi. : :ipm
tho of David to M'' -
kindness plilboshotli BOTANIC
to.brgln. Whom do MOIJhllsb th and was for"his part father Jo'nath.ia's: sake. 090,279( against 49,214,516 barrelsin ness in the "11. R. BJ' envelopes. r !, ..9 10pm .T I) 1I11 L1'.JII k.q,1n.j\I ... .Ar..3 Jpmd = ,

Da vidtuid Jonathan wiko you ol? The daughter ot Peter Martyr through tho the previous year "valued BLOOD BALM' 0 cj ,Olpm .). ..trfladwiu! ..... 45pnm c
Mephlbodhoth. In the frt J.lac. stands foe vloe of her husband, came Iho of tho I l3 lIam ll'', ......'Va"I..I, .. .
the disabled human & Lord Byron de- and the sonato of Zurich took caN of her for Mr. Terrell superintendent ; llml\r. 4 .lan. lOr-I'm CI.i -
fiLTllx-s sin a a charming rocklcssuiro, as I her father's sake. Sometimes n'l'otion hM; compiled for the zoological survey railway mail service for tho district THE GREAT REMEDY = .. .. .I : ...O iIlCtl\lIo ...,I\ .. f :lam ri'. = t:.
F. Weeks. AU important r 33 AU BLOOD: AND SKIM [ISEASESi" ... .
galallry..1 a Don Juno; George Sand do- applied to you for help and you have refusedhim Expert Joseph notified the officials ,of tho several .. L'r.. weClI.u ICey..Lv ...... 115'm =
I I. II ih..t."ie'tt.t, -<$ hr nt- : I? ; \ .f'-
HroS Ilu as triumphant In many intricate but wlicn found ho the producing districts shared in ., = .,:: Mpm \r..U4wthor1lo..L\. I 12 Jhl1l! p =
!; Gavarni, with his engraver's knife brother, some you one who ha 1 boon was son benefactor or- West and roads that tho order was issued in dead nl tt-v ph s, i.laii...1
always shows sin as / great Jocularity but i in former days, and by a glance your you tho increase except Virginia earnosl. The Southern railway's postage I .'''j'u''. .- I.. _- .. lIIj 2 OMpin.' It..ilvt'r 1 S'rli.g------. 1.\.. ... .- ..... _- t' .t ,
New which "showed de i .. .
the Bible presents it as a Mephlbofhcth lame the of old friend In York slight ( \. ULCEaS ECZEMA. 2 'JpRl: \r..Oca.a..I. 14:1:10': IJ Oam 0

on both feet Kin, like tho nur In the context saw tho faca rraemblonco of the your relented and creases. Since the beginning of opera bill will be a fortune" inthe courseof CATASRIl EIJPTIO1tS.t ... . ... .\r....,.1J'1I11)1na'.& ..I.'....... .. .. .

attempted' to carry MS Ind let us fall said. "Oh nppllcn.nth.ou father's tions in Titusviile Pa. in 1859 tho a year. I anl nil niina-r ._r K'T''''; MMF\l'i\l( > liulItl'SMMJ n z = I :-03.1111 :a'.!31)m 'ar.. ...
aud wo have been disabled, and in our whole you saki" You know, by your experience your what The representatives of one or two t I.,-.I I"n.sulll".''r.:r .11..It.rinl, i.tit.'iln,.rlil,,li")l''loulc. 11"Ml p.r J -ilun1' 3iXpmr.. ....IA'l's1J\lr,... .1.1103\m.1.II 3lm ..
moral enormous total of 909,713,403 barrows! .. Ii 2liiDl 4 ..:ruvarcit.. ....Lv .
nature wo ire decrepit. Sometimes my text means. Ko'my' frienOa It Is oa of tho smaller lines yosaid that they $ "h.tIO' r. I. 'Ifor j I. .Iot Ii) ilrmcitht'BLOOD o 2.1pnr. l4:1plII 1102amrj _
theologians haggle about technicality. of crude petroleum have been produced, ErHnrv tWO\ ortvonant'L = 91(111111. 4inmm ,\r..Ur\ulllo..Lv 701'I'm( 7 nl1n "t
They use th.words 'total depravity 0 ," and, that tin principle that you anl are to got Into in the'country of which 516,057,260 would not pay any attention to the. SA : lU tE". :: _. ( HI'DIr.. .WUlll'r 1>nk. ..I." .. I"m '' ,
King's palace.
bellovo order not believing that the post ; CALM CO., Atlanta Ga.Blood .., \r..8. Cs.hcrl1o..I.1': !) ?2anm =
Imo people in the doctrine cal Before dining wo must bo Introduced. If barrels the of the c 10'lpUi
some reject It. What do ,mean by represent products has to IV = = : Ar..Lncoochco..I.lOlliI'm 9hm)( .
you invited to of master general any right say :
total depravity? Do you moan that every you are a company pcrsonswhere Pennsylvania and New York oil fields. :_ __ ---I Ar... .Dllde City.....1" U 5Gptn 841'11) 0 rJ
thero are distinguished psople present that shall not handle their own ,
man is iw low as be can be? Then. I do -& & .= p' Ar..l'lantCity..J.v II-IlJ'm 1i'm: = ; .

not bulleve It cither. lint do you mean tor.,'you"This are 1ntro3uuoi Is the Governor."This" is VTliia the Sena is the Government I'ays Once Too Often. ,letters if, they. want to, .without pay jI =::::; V : :i3pm .tr... ... Tamnjn, .... ..T.v 7:0pm 70llim = _-
that sin bns let A double of that = f ----= --
us fall that It has scari President." Before toe sit d wn at the King's proposed payment over ing postage. Mr Terrell fays for 4 i :11 -,, --
'wounded ; 5 5pni;) 9 l3am Lv.... Jacksonv.IIe... .L\ 7 ... nt" ,
and crippled our en- and double 3m111 -
.e. table In heaven I think we will-want to baintroduce. $41,000 an actual payment. each letter sent otherwise than through ,it ,_, -t
moral I04 pnIH25.m r..Lake ... SfiaDi 34"al"
., straight natue until lame we In 'both cannot walk? .]. Oh. what a time that will bo, of nearly S ,OQO have just boon dis- the' mail,. excrpt vhere it relates li Ijam2IJpUl\ ,tr.......Livm .::. i 4'im! 15hm Q.a u-rI:0200am

Then_1 admit..tour ar proposition.-_ Th fet when a anti and nra!, by fnt.Ansn the grace 1 ot t God.U..i-got n.4..k into,, closeiLu -Le*navy department most specifically to some package of freight Always 1 t3pm.r....:. tv1irlO1lo..l.v 3 41"111 II Mllm; 4 B E'. .

uuc BO mucu aiponmce in n African jungle r I j;spiritsthere ttudsa '"5ffSns-ir? : :.'ruM ieTJoBana:1 t t Alabama or some passenger.oa tho same train, j 2O.&IU 2 Spm Ar n.....luntic\I1""..... 1'\1 22"Jlm D 411pID a D i C

-with quadruped barklnir.and rrptllu howling., hisin. ilghin with; I ;Lt'i3: ""-115Ts Paul." This' is M<' ." .. The facts seem to be at the outbreak the responsible person in the 'road is tured0'JilIjIlil"Dl. .. 3311'111r.rl 43pm; .r.. ..Qrtiuey.lba. eo........, 40'45am. tJ .lOVUl. 0 II ; Oi a ; ill

jj John Knox. "This Is John MlU of the war the old'sidowheol steamers fine .r..lhverjnnction.: . 1T.. p'
Its animals coming before Adam when h? 1 ton.'; "This IsJ1Iartln' Luther." /'This liable to a, of50.- : 515rnl .I.'ill : g E
'l-I i lf 'I i "Btroked thorn and>.' leoreWhLtefeW'\ Oh,shall wo,havoany la DeSoto end Bienvillo; belonging'to -. _'no.TAXU'IJLOA'n 1IAIJIU neverfAiI >' ( h J1uUman U OOpni 1t....Pen'llacolu.... 'lpm... : 0 ..
r 'f ._ -__?2-.tame teem as names the BO und'at _"lor 'Vat***** was as I left after such a round of celes- the Now York and New Orleans Stenm-' A8English V1RWKD, JJ$ 'LONDON. .I8P6.> cuco. It oil in iiiitufu th* ee"'I r tf'4)ltt*<,i'rpn. buiitliuit.4h. "r,.up frCJXDITIOX to8Ie ,J ert, /Jaeksonviie:( !.".-' -y 305a.w- \r..11.'bl- Io! e,....., I&pu' ;-'i J
the '
cow condor
as tame' as I hat Introduction? Yea. we shall be 6hipCompany, were'purchased by tho 1"net pnrifrinff Iiiiic4r.! Ana thilittiwtjh- r -,. ,w.J II -
tho dove-as there Is between the human soul ourselves. Thou woshalf< down Pap'ers. the Democratic i Dutariva!. ami n'.wolntrly bcyunrt c..wplri- 11. + for )t. 1 1inen. lilrvt an-1 '. 1
disabled and that soul God I potentates government and an appropriationmade Say A ..n with any (Ibcr-,h,illar trmitiiy crernf- IC" DailT nct' ay. xConuectioiis at Tampa St. Futersburg oatoo ',
btructed as originally conI Kt tho Kind's table! with tho tons and dnugh- Party Will bo Wrecked. 'fi-r-il to tl.'t) public It ix-i-rulti pnnarmf'tralljlis Key \Vebt, and IIanna 8I \ 8earner: "iUnaUrc" for all pointi oat Manatee riTcr. Al :; ','.
it. I do net care what the mailmentsli's 1 ters of God. und OBO will whisper Il\'rolllhe for the payment of 'their. stipulated 'J\t re'.ult II ni I from unpnrn liio. il. or the poets say In regard to sin. table and "ll- l1oI:1 what /Tie proceedings of the democratic imro.,1' ro ulitt 1
In the name to us say, manner of price. / 'i'I, ,.f bvttln will .li'i'nnhlraieltd Catabolic and Apalachieola. Cfiinects at River Junction' for ChatUh'xwh river aatoams'ra. r
or God I declare 511 uitx a finely
that sin Is dl to you today J lovo tho Father hath b-jstowud noon us that For a time tho proportionate amount national convention ia Chicago have ,,, pnrnll.t.t vrt u'I t lnnkt. Iti'tt.rK-Ii) Connects at Ocala! for llomojasax Connects at Ftruandlua for Cumberland Kouto Steamer Ito
Or nlzatfoul' disintegration, wo should be called the sonsof. God!' And excited much interest in political and )11! I'I..t..t.. HIM,1! rf<'Mw alui ghastly dls ; ng deformity. some one nt tho table will say: "IIow long date the stockholders n..the'ComlJany 11 1 'Ill-1, fop
man Your is modern llltlo theologian tells you that \\'l11ft last? All other banquets nt which Isat resident iu the Confederate Slates was financial circles in London. Tho consensus ,il -,>9 Senl"for free beok ofWoudeTfal 202 lIo:Hii Direct aa well as at tlu Uuion Depit ticket Oml.lL .

thinks a he out of sorts; "ho sometimes ended. how loner will this I l-istV' and withheld by the treasury, but in the of opinion among the l leading %4 Carl. Price $1.oo per large bottle; W. CAMPBELL Piasenftir AKont, 3. H MAr. IJAU.

Ills wrong; sometimes s wrong; Indeed Itujl will answer, "Forever! and Joshua between 1870 and high-class weekly papers, such as tho j f5: CO for six bcttJa.i Ticket Acent 2W Welt Bay utroot. corner hogan, JacL uu".l1r, }'(a.
nature needs ,
a little moral surgery, will "Forever; eel John Knox years intervening COLEVIAN immoral 1 1" .
say will say > WALTER G. ( ravelin Agen', Jack'oimlK "
an outside Bpllnt, as'ightcom.rtM8la] HUll ."Forever!" and George WhHcUeU will say, 1874. all these dropped southern claims Speaker Spectator and Economist Fortlf, !>% ilruitKistf! if notIn ."ni1 io np'. N. S. PENNIXGTOK. TralHo JlannRcr. A. O. ,oIJU:a.LI.: If'n'fall'1I8IIf'n. l't AIt'ut.
rocllflcstloi Ueiiclon 1 Is a Rood thing to "Forever! were taken and paid. Through is that the victory of the silver .i Jl/i i.! iimiiinin will f h. ,eat, Irtish) vrrfanl -
have; It might some day come into Man up -n on cir<'i t rf price. AJin H
use And the wine at that banquet will be old men is a serious danger to :
Is partially wrong not all wrong. lie Is wine. It will be very old wlll o It will bo Home blundering proper vouchers were q BLOOD DALAI CO., Atlant.1,Gn. i :I1L Southern Tv
lame the Union. declare that .
In foot. Bring They ,though 1
pee the salvo of divine tho oldest wino of heaven. It will bo tho not med with the papers in the'treas.ury .*,._- 0 t
grace and tho ointment and tho pila extrac wine that was trodden out from the tel department.That the democratic party will bo'wrccked, ..A2 9V.l rv "U'L. y p'C -

tor, and we will-Lave his ono foot curL cluster on tho day when Jesus trod the wIno I sound money is sure of an ultimate _-__ HoodT'
Man Is only half wrong, not altoctbo'rwroD IJoml Inquiry. .
press alone. Wiiio already more than eight- There will be 0 .
In what It man's triumph. along period I
nature In Railway.
right/ Oli" CltOl'9.
centuries old. And will .
con no OHO deride Senator Harris, chairman of tho
his will his a3ectlon his & The immediate effect of e
!, judgment No. us as to what wo wore ia this world. No of. unr __ I. .
Tbero Is an old book senate committee to investigate tho
says: "Tito-whole one will brlnj: up our Imperfections hero, the strength shown 4iy _tho silver men Monthly Report of tho United States
bead is sick und the whole "
heart faint. our sins berci AU our earthly imperfection ncent bond issues says bo has not yet from ttto '
will bo
gold shipments
Jtfephibosbeth lame in both feet. Our belief ? complete'y. covered up and hidihn. iletcrmincd whether tho committeewill heavy Department of Agriculture.The ABSOLUTELY THE SIIOIITEST! BOUTB.k I
of the fact that f la has scarified and dcfonnel"ttnr United States for some months'anll the etatibtioian atI
Mephibosheth's feet thtable July
unjer )
wait until fall beforo ,
pouls going on
Increases wo go on in years.Tflon the paralysis of trade, many investors
Kingly Kingly vestura. at
Kingly of tbo department of agriculture
p IJttlo you started life you thought that eau companionship. Wo shall reign forever with its investigation, or will complete withdrawing their capital1 under the THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING t
was a marred by slu and Washington makes the followhig aver-
WIH about
the work frame the and makoit
end ever. I think that banquet will report
that tho
one tenth \rr tho fear, however improbable, tr I
IJy time had 1
through tke J.1 you gone mean moro to those who hal It bard lu public this summer ages of condition : CARS, THOROUGHFARE COACHES, .
trodo tarty experience of your this world tbau to those who had It 1 democrats might win. Corn 92.4 per cent, winter wheat '
or occupation or pro'cs-iiou ba- The last meeting adjourned subject VEStlBULED l't l'r
you That banquet In David's The Spenker emphatically says it TRAINS.
asy. palaeo combined
hovel 73.C wheat 93.3
the tlmn that you tuna catno was to about InlJmc hail you\noll bcllcvoi. lv! meant more to MOt 1lIbJSheth thin to any. Mo the call of the chairman and the does not believe in tbo possibility of n spring, spring and winter wheat b3.4, oats 9C.3, --S__S_.- -- -,- -___. -, tttijrst
that loan was threo-fVurtbs ono else because ho had boon pr eel I cripU'd "present purpose is to wait until fall second recession couftdoration .
'Within these past few sine wroug., JIlt [. and Jesplsod and rejected. Aal that jbefore:I continuing the inquiry but by a winter rjc 83.8, spring rye 93.6, bar. NOIUU .\SD E\ST. II NOItTIl .\ J'r r. .
been so lied about and swindled yors pud you cheated man who lotbls world la blind will rIlI'I.roclnto ..Senator Harris says that conditions ,of the silver states. Though the democratic ley 58.1, tobacco 91.5, potatoes 93, !I___ I.IN. .
light ol hoaveu than wUoiu meanwhile of
wo machine i is out
you bare come to tho conclusion that rice 82.9 Ci.C peaches 01.8. N". 13 1. I II
man this world hat arise incident totho apples 33No. '
good eicsl ht. Aul that may campaign
I l, altogether wrong, and now by anti by it will get get a new .. .1. N. 'I ,
voirwin say man who in this world was deaf: will bettor that will mako it desirable to gear Average of potatoes compared with I L V. I t s. I
vrltli tho jirayer book and the DiLl, "Them the irniiie of heaven present and better creed.L.VURADA.. An Trahu D.nLhU'hl.., .':011.. An Train 1.,. lu..1 'El.TttI I"
appreciate thau wo who 1835 is 93.7 and of tobacco 93.8.
is no health in us. Now you balluvo with in till world had good hearing. And those all the facts and report to the public \ 31ij1. I thU Ezp".' .
the prophet The hesirt Is The of tho of corn, I
: donoitful nbovo lilt' once. report acreage I
will Lave S
a higher appreciation of the
nil easy SAILS AGAIN.11cr .
things, und _
desperately wicked. Whatever locomotion that laud who iu this world In doing this he added 'which is preliminary, shows 93.7 as (
you may have, believed Awfore, now no political ,--- Lv Yctcin!! :)11m' OfJ pm' f.v JII' kiODIIr. F. e. t. P.i lJa: i'm 8 2') ensLv
believe that ilcphibubheth is laaie on both you were Mephtbo heth motives will be involved, and tho only Captain, WUh Wink, Pays She compared with that of 1893, a do- E"" F. .C.&P..S. 17 ama''I. / t; "fclt. 'Utl"'MI., I at ,,,J. W 'I
soul what Inn --' --- -,
4. a It
feet.AjjaiD, takes my man,so low down magnificent and raises gospel him! so purpose will be to clear up doubts and 4. Will Take "Ice" to Cub. round crease of 1.3 point This makes 82-in Lv ,. .(,.,... '.."...t. _._'Jo'' I .".._ !I ArlIt'tIu.. ...t1th'.. -----1-----. I It S E 1 OS; ;vttiAvtsnta. '""'
Merbibosheth in the 000,000 against
text figures
the dibbbled human son: humbled! and for hi:h! What a gj-pel! Oome now, who unfounded changes, growing out of tho The steamer Laura, which Las become LTClnl\ltJI".South.o........ 52J1'\n1 3thnnm :: Ir&1Im': '! ,'. iZf4 pin .I, lUll
re- wants to bo banqueted and iuipl.ic.jd? As excitement arising from a national 000,000 acres plaute'd last year. I t tmn..nuata. II ..C. f 7 I.. an, 'I II pnl I"N
stored.Vhen this Invalid of my text got a whoaVlIberforco so well known as a Cuban filibustering'n.......... 8 ---.-'---- --- -- --- -- .
command was trying to get the The average of the principal corn "i'ml a Ar. Hlfmluvuto"III"'f'll1l', pin ....__. .tC
to come to King Da\1d'sI1alacG he 'content. The chairman says that if vesseJ.left her dock at Philadel ...., ......
bill" Ar'Walb.g.nollth.n. 1
"emancipation through tho British states Ohio IOC 42nmt 94pm )I"'I'IIS.! K. t. 'I.'It I.tO! :9 i" .
106 Michigan
.The fact wus that the ,ro: .. ifft
gniudfa'ber parliament an'1 all tho British Isles were public misapprehension should ariseon She cleared for .A.r ...., iLau.Cmty.IC.C.F.b..tM.I -' I.u.-
pl .Saturday night.
800 1IDI12
of Mopbiboshcth had treated David Indiana 'Illinois 103 Iowa 97 vml :: .
103 .
roost anxious to hear of the it ..... -- r'
.of that the 'bond
Khocklugly. and now Mephibpsticth Bays to bill when passage question would ho"proper Port Antonio, Jamaica. Her captain Missouri 99 Kansas 105 Nebraska ArPtJJa.rlhL'I.P1I.R.n..lloUamlH1)l1ml. : t ... ... .. .. ." .1 h .uu_
himself: ""What docs the king nt of ? emancipation a was ComIng to give tho public the amplest said that .the ,would .. ... I.. ; '. I
Isn't It enough that I lame me Into port and the captain of tho vessel steamer stop at 102, Texas 83, Tennessee 91, Kentucky ,. & 124'JI'm. 020aan! "" ::':'." ''_,_: .
to am U be going knew that :tho paoplo wore so anxious to information without reference to whomit Key Weft for a cargo of ice. INnlJ.9k.
destroy JltcV
my Is bo to r 1\
mo the vengeance which ho going holds wreak on get the tidings, Lu stepped out on tho' prowof would benefit or injure. When tho captain qsid this he wink 9G.The .Thront" the. OOLand of the.tJk.11 t ""J'II.! ,
toward I
my condition of corn rt.
the and shouted to the > i iI
grandfather "Bau)7) It's too, bad. But go ship peop'.o' loog : To (Coin Sliver Dollars. ed his weather 'eye,' lay back iu hid average I a'k..onvilll'.I.. & 1'_.......... \ ;} |
before he tho TIME I TO ALL
to tho paluco Jlophlbosbeth got Tip to dock "Free1! nti1 92.4, against 99.3 in July last year. : avSlUlnh, ........ It 13 QUICK I I II
king has commanded it Wi'Ji nust. since tuo they cried Jt, and they shouteJ It, ant they :1.: Owing to the tact .that the amountof chair and laughed heartily at his jvke. The condition iu tho principal 01lnmba Sou'h.rn ...-.... .,I\\.8 j j Sin
staff and sang It all through tho land,, "Free fro!l" Then ho said admit average to frt ......... W
cmtobes and helped by his friends. t So to-day would Jib-souod the LOWS of I silver dollars in the treasury avail- "We don't that states arc as follows: Ohio 106,. AIiOOTtuo 1)Urll. Z &.t.Time,. pm\1\ POINTS NAMED.

-/ see phlboshoth goingip the stairs of your present and your eternal emancipation Jib]e for the" redemption, treasnry this trip is a filibustering expedition. Michigan 100, Indiana 111,' Illinois tr. A ihe..lllo.II J.en. Tillie. 2 5) .
the .
palace. I boar bis ntalf and crutches M ..... .,.
< nntil tile angola of God hovering tlllbtt air .nctcs Las become reduced to SlD.659. '' We won't .havo Scandinavians na in Knoxville I J /
rattHug on the 'tessellated floor of the and watchmen on tho batU men .* and bellmen ,, jiny 93, Iowa 94, Missouri 81, Kansas 102 Ar.(: i,Q. 800,........... 11. ''. .,, '
throb croom. No .Soqner haj e tbese two j,82, and,will be further reduced by 'I crew; they be trusted. The Nebrnska-103 Texas 39 'Iennessc-o'90, ,
la the town It shout It ,
)ersous confronted racb other-Mephlbvsboth it, "Free, free!'.cry 1 coaw, out ,now clog it as, ring tho redemption during the current month, captaintwo mates'and three engineerswill Kentucky S Short train]leaves Ert-rctf for UrtraowfeU ut 7.'a. BJ. daily' Thnm\h ltUJtnanwackuonfUle al'f'1Jer, :.:' -;, 5 ...-
and David, The king thoii I be white but the to Cincinnati, via AsltCTillc. 'iF-
Mep- messen&er of thy palace to invite Mephtbosh- the coinage of silver dollars by the rest of the crow
The condition of winter wheat ia 75.C
fore blbosUcth tho king tbrows and himself styles klmscH flat oa dCAd his face eth to come np. I am hero to-day to tell you mints will beJncreased' m Sl. OO.- will be American colored men They against 77,9 in June and 65.8 last July. For full Iqformation, apply to any Agent of this great Railway.p' c" I
that God has wealth -s'ow '
of kindness
In iho cast when a man styles himself a dog upon you for Ilfcr Son's sake. ,Tho to doors of 000 S3,000,000 per month from the wilt get extra* wages and con be depended The percentages by states are : New System, or.its co 1nectio s. .

be utters tho utmost term of soU-abnegaUou. toe palaoo are open to receive The 1st of August, and will probably be on to work fight and keep ''York 70 Pennsylvania 70, Kentucky
It 14 not a term so .strong In .this you. W. A. TUBS W. H. GRCr.Nj J. M. GULP, S. H. HAfiDWIOK, '
country, have their mouths shut. When the ,' ,
cupbearers already put the chalices on continued at that rate in order that the cargoof 71 Ohio 50 73 Indiana 60 ;" .
I Michigan "' t
vbmslfn dog has a fair chance(, bo some- thu table and the great loving Gen.Pass. Agrot. QcaSnp r1nt03'U>nt. TronH Maaaitcr, A 1St. Uen. ''Agt, ; ,
,tender8ym aboard at West the
sufficient ice put
1nies shows more nobility of character than pathetic heart of.God bands ever)oa this treasury may stock to Illin&rs: 80. Missouri 75, Kansas 75, Washington,D: C. Vahington, D. C. Wa Juajtan. D. (i At1t."ltaoJ ,'. "- '

tome human specimens Chut wa wet of, but moment saying "Is there any that is yet redeem treasury notes presented In exchange vessel will' steam around the coast of ,California 100, Oregon 95, Washington .

the mangy curs of the oriental cities, as I left of the house ot Saul, that 11 many sh.,\\ for silver dollars. I Cuba BO ft9 to" give the new crew a 100. W. D. ALLEN '
mow bv my own observation are utterly him kindness for Jonathan's sake chance to what the island looks Floriila Pa .onger Agnnt. t ;:
detestable.! Mepblboshcth On the.1st of March, 1893 tha trcas. : Tbo condition of spring wheat .5. .
gives tho utmobt r 213 Wcit Bay FLA.
term of svlf-loath'Lg when he cfimi'
tclf to a dog. and lead at tbat. Abandoning Tobacco Culture. the redemption of treasury notes ia- load up and come home ag- iu." July, 1895.State'averages. =June 2ist, 1896. == = = =.:=' -=--J__,_ ., ;. l
Consider .
tho analogy.: When ibo \ .
como ned tinder the act of July 1890. To-J
tnand is given from the palace of heaven to The splendid farms in Pennsylvania noarnsar are: Minnesota 83, :

the human soul to come, the soul beginsto ; Marietta belonging to the estate of }lay the xmmbcr of silver dollars held 4 BROKE EVEX.' Wisconsin: 97, Iowa 96, KanBaslSO; Nebraska -

trcmbl1. It spy: Wbat Is God going to the 11110 Colonel*James Duly an..coalmin by the, treasury for redemption of 90 South Dakota 99, North EVERY MAN -
do with me now? Is Ho trolng to destroy m< Dakota 97 93TAU.DI
Is Ho going- wreck 1IYOUcII.DOU upon ywrs for thai'cat.Ylel.1d Washington Oregon .
the let of'March 1S93 the Tribune Quits Republicans.
m.? There i fit more than one Mephlbosbct ottobacou-anong: tho largist iaTcniMjlvnniii. (- coinage of : .

trembling now bocauaa God bus bummoned .' This year not a to'-wico t-Uut will be silver dollars baa aggregated tl,933, The Free Press,. the leading democratic : 1'1:11(1: ICNIP. '

him to the palace of divine :rn\ Whnt are rulsdd. the profits from IOUIMJ farailn; 1.1:- ost 6. Of this tai, however $2,311- newspaper r'! Michiga'n, has ant > HIS OWN DOCTOR
vou trembling about God has no pleasure leg too email to oflvjt the rUk'of a failure of( nounced ,
GG7'WI16 that it will not endorse the
in profits ot eetgniornge, which Aw Satisfied With \rrncr.lent' .
the death A! a tinner. Uo does not evnd. i ilor tuocr;p. Not three-fourths of th>> usual They :
v Ju to hurt )'*U. He->end lor you to do :. norva-o will ba put out la tobruoo in Lancaster leaves $9.671,379, for ,the redemptionof Chicago platform or candidate, and Offered by ,Jl&nuf.acturt'n. By J. HAMILTON AVER, M. I>. -

good. A Scotch preacher bal the fol Cuuuty this A few The hereafter will ba -fl-, S ,
you seasons, years a o5ru3verinljTOtei trcattiry notes. amount of free from any party tacetiujr of the ; -

lowing circumstances brought under bit ob U.Oil'J to this crop alone. treasury cotes redeemed in Bilvcr.ilol- connection.The )ficcntivo There was committee a stormy of the Brotherhood A GOO page Illustrated Book, containing valnable !-

--- ..1- Jars and cancelled from. November 1, Detroit Tribun, republican,,, of Tailors at New York 'Wednesday S information pertaining to diseases of the -

Ir t 1893to July 1 U, 189G.WloA$2,8.-102,2tS. had previously: Jboltod the republican ; It decided to human system, showing how to treat and cure

T" party and declared'for free silver.3Iaceo night. was postponethe with simplest of medicines. The book contains '

ctrn. JC EI CppazCJE ? tailors Schoonfeld strike indefinitely.that he ba, S '' analysis of courtship and marriage r rearing and

PRESIDENT DIAZ RE-ELECTED. Meyer sap : management ot children, besides valuable pre C : a
seen of ,the manufacturers and '
*, Death-Is! Dented some
scriptions recipes etc. with fall r
a complement
I. irtll fitUd with fall UMttneat .Z -- they had agreed to make
cp --A special from' West arrangements '
Receives the Vote of AU the 22OOO Key Fla., says -': of facts iii materia medica that everyone shn14 .,.
I to meet the wautj r f the contractors. a.
that '
Ejectors of Mexico.Adyiees I BenjaminQuerra.' and' OoczaleQaeeada This seemed to meet the wishes of 148 know. .
arrived jn that city Wednesday This most indispensable to (
NEW JOB TYPE from the City of Mexico committee for the present at least adjanct every
on the .steamer Concbo, New Trell-regulfttcd household 1S '
tafe. that Porfirio Dn z was nnanit will be mailed, po t. .

I mously! re-elected Tuesday as pfesi York, and were .tendered 9 receptionby Costa Bps, Want QolU 3lcney. '- paid: to any addrerw ou receipt of price, SIXTY .' ; -"

4d 'It Jllfi'ud it IUri1& .ol QeJ ute 4pt for ftw 7**** raorli. frost Df iJ1, tha coUe'Cubao.tatir dab.! that Passengers tba fcy ot Tho gOTeroKent c? pot{!J file! it J fl.jUhil S :- CENTS, Atei 4. t'

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II*" Iho UulnhaMted. Earth. The people along the route are rejoicing -, TRADE CONDITIONS.Bradstreel'9 .
FLORIDA BRIEFS. over the change. A FAT L.' .OLT Wonderful Things Taut Are. Near. Law and Lnnly.
Business for ---
While ,
engaged in iho bunt for the '
north polo nnd the exploration of Africa Knew Good Thing. the Past Week.; Flying i solved. The' principle. i 'la an address before the St. LoaiV

it is generally overlooked that no A gentleman who has just returned '- I Bradstreet's review of business forth known. mechanical expedient L.u" school, Channc- y?VI. Depew IBid:

body has yet traversed Australia from ITEMS OF INTEREST. GATHERED ficm the democrato' convention at DESCENDS UPON .MISST1LL3IANAND past week says: The usual midsummer -. bat is now needed to make it success- The law promotes longevity. It i*

CAst to west. At the London Geographical AT RAND03L Chicago a compliment that was '"TWO. .C03PANION9 dulness in general merchandise fal Practical flight is today not more because its discipline improves tha

- congress .Mr. Logan Lobley ., paid to the Florida delegation. Upon : market has been emphasize by five or ten years oft physical, the mental and the moral

read an interesting paper showing what arriving in Chicago, the gentleman I weather uneMines-at A glowworm makes light with about conditions practitioner. In other:

portions of tho earth remained unexplored sews from all Parts ot the State went to t I hotel and after putting on Instantly, Killed TThlle. Under the tho attitude", the Chicago platform one three-hundredth part of the force words, it gives him control over himself .,

and according to him the extent Summarized. clean linen sauntered out to find the Shelter o\a Tree. towards the finances: of the country, 10 in ordinary artificial light. When and a great philosopher has writ-

of theee is 23,000,000 nquaro Foridae'o! jates. Ho entered a restaurant anil by the continued conservatismwith know how to makelgh' a cheap ten that he who could command him.

miles; 5,000,000"square miles in Af aid there found a large number which tho'mercbnt supply their street and homes light as self is greater than he who ha captured -:

- "-. rcli, 2,000,000 in Australia 2,000,000in Pensacola was severely shaken up by of delegates taking supper. The Rev. U bert Lee-f&iss Addle Tin wants_ : -olume business appears day for a mere fraction of what light a city. The world ha beu'

Amc-rica, 2,000,000 Asia and he recent storm, but her.wide-awake Florida man took a sat at one of the man .and ;young :lady whose smaller than the precedingweek. now costs This is near. Vacuum seeking for all time the secret of lon-.

400,000 in islands 'in tho Pacific aro people were not,broken in spirit. On tables and, turning to a delegete who name is not given,w e filled by lightning Mercantile collections nroin..t, illumination without incandescence is Revi.and happinesS If they can

; absolutely! unknown. Bebidcs in the every stree'and almost in every yard was seated beside him. enid : : Wednesday at Srevard, It. 0. unsatisfactory, and there is a diep";" i- already in'flt operationand in a yearor 20 we return to the.conditions .

nrtic regions there are 3,OOOOO aud in there is heard the sound of .ax, or saw "Can tell me where I find Miss Tiliman was the eldest-daugh ton auiocg jobbers to lopk more close two cut down the price of of Methuselah and bis'compatiots '

luG autartic regions 5,300,000 square I and hammer, and the city is fast as- the Florida you delegation?" can ter of ,Senator Ben Tillnian.A ly credits. Wool is sti further light to a sixth of its current cost, and Whether I may live to'

miles ILataro' unexplored, Jjut which, suming its wanted beauty. The bcauifnl The gentleman addressed was a Mis-. special from Gojnmbia says Senator depressed with not businessto in five or ten years light in a city mayb age, know not, but I think I

Ining uninhabitable, are of scientific : shade trees, although stripped of saurian. 'n"& r :'"I am not sure, Tillman almot prostrated with establish 'quotations. There _is like water turned on in ,every have discovered the secret of Melhnsa-

rather thuu of practical interest. foliage and limb, stand with sturdier but it eeqms to me pled met the Florda grief at, tho untidily death of his improvement in demand for fall house at wi.empres .eh'a! happy continuance for nearly

Philadelphia Inquirer. ranks, which promise richer shade delegation -that- house daughter business in woolens. Iron and steel d air has long been knownto 1,000 years upon this planet. Ho

yes- Governor Evans parried one of the industries reduced demandeven best theoretically, to hero when he had steam and
, nd denser foliage in the future.Capt. terday.. Didn't we?" said he, turningto report a way stayed no
Kli/ll iig's VI w of It. his companion. daughters of Senator Tillmao.has been after the greatly restricted out store force for use in transportation no electricity, no steamers nn.on tho
called from tho he has There no waste and no deterioration.
canpnign.which with river the this-
put prices practically un- or ocean propelled by
A. F. Tatnm of the steamer "No, Jim I don't think so. That -
< ; been, making :with.Oulonel} Duncan and and little prospect for a revival The need is a cheap and efficient motorto mighty no electric light, no'
t "Tho EugliuTjiuaD changed power
Alice and Pilot John
., Mr. Kipling Mary Stuckey, Florida'delegation is small one, but '
' 0 General Earlc U at : foriolumhis. time. 'A of the apply compressed atr to trans
for portion; the
Iul some city railways spanning
"will die for liberty, b.ut he of Caryville, are building a new.steam they know what a good hotel is, and this be first coutnent. nO
shoo manufacturer can done overhead wires and '
Ideu't recent activity among portaton. I no c
cue a 6tUfur equality. The boat to ron between Carytille and Ge: they wouldn't stop at the -. -
of the Drecardfatality are continues but tho tendency trolly poles wires will come the "
and ocean communicating intelligence
Pt '. Frenchmau. on tho other hand j doesn't neva, Ala. The boat is on tho ways fit The section in the neighborhood of Denis ,
secure. The IS lit rainsin down, next the air-com around the and line
is to
Notwithstanding world no trolley ;
really know what liberty mean, Caryville and is 90 feet long, 18 feet Lawtey[ is .beginning to reap thor reward .own fal'.j
will all the
tlo mountain resort in Texas ,there is suffering pressed motor carriages, do reducing the redundant population.Ho .
. Y111' Jnu t B. !qfl it r tLo., beam, and will have "direct mn hin.ery' of its substitution of pear culture Olrolnaand crop .
,. Miss Tillrnaii party from the effects of tho work of delrvery. lived not because he free ;
drought, was
.' ituli&rciji wfh.a the"cty fron
. Le. both with full and cabin U
,"' :, ... mcricaii ; ia to complete ; for orange. growing. This process was When tho
J friends there come onlyuse the excitement8incident to the
waieend1ug while in too mqch'rainLas
; liberty aud equality? anJ ooa ia heart is with, all iho' modern overbeaza-.guad-, Sont CarolD age
..jI.. .' und eon] for fraternity. This iq really, conveniences. i ,and {mprovement!!""The"boat ) I\oneYcr'Btnce,1the. : :greatestm* fpr. health ana-rcrlion. good of the crop. for.gas will be for cooking. -if This steam and electricity but because of
tho bate of Misa Tilimao .aja a .remarkable, Pittsburg, St. Paul and Savannah all is not.done by electricity. Factories, the secret
tho American nation; so will bo ready to run by S l) em- pulse having'becn.recelcd a year ago whic1 isovere.
long bright lady,. well educated anvds a report a smaller' volume of also, before ,many will be run and it ia :
as a man is A 'good fellow' he can tier t 1st next.No.' last winter. Nearly jevery grower has appi"
lo anything and people will a few trees and several have social leader-in Columbia. complaints are heard as to the by transmitted powerThis nesa depends upon wbaft yoit|
approve, pear A later telegram slates that MissTillman""wa3 has begun to fca done and in fivo or
or. nt least, will tolerattv" < Opinion us Yet. considerable orchards into prospects of the wheat crop on the your stomach and" what getsin yourf
witt a party of friends Pacific coast.Amougwo. ten years will bo completed, and the "" "
-- Hon. Charles M. Last week thirteen mind
Cooper, congressman rearing. ,ever
picnicking on aTuountaia near Dre.vilwhu dozen staple articles the factory fire and. boiler will be a. thingof -
Trltn'.1 wlik a. 1'rlcndVlio from the second congressional district hundred packages, chiefly barrels of Balzac on Color Influence.Balzac's .
tcrriiuc thunder rain the
\ will jiro'oii Aouroui Uitw on"inloati. a unjl prices of which form a gnago of the past.
baa returned from New England pear, left, tho" and a carload .
:u"t-. lii.iiill'i. umlarla and theTt"ltirivl ciekiit' S secton. np.iitid tho tree "rinder general tendency of values, onlyone, The city of the future and-no very
and will remain home
at during the two lmo
\ : 1J,' r"dl.lfJll on tbe WBV"I'.o.U IliIml'till.u. or go every day which and-.(ho two others took print cloths, shows an advance over distant future; will have no trolley curious speculations suggest
I>) li'lnijil tra\c! UK over I)lie ra 'g'. h"tl campaign.Mr. L'robably between three and four was tho wires and All the extent to which color
rofugo slrutjk by lightning. poles no intaencet
"'1111 '1uhllu. tcH"I'. I"Io'III'h liIthn U''C'/l1l 11111ri.r"n"h All.three were fustantly killed. stofl.coal and lumber being oonspicuona movements will be on by sient tht
3 !1If'1I. l''I1I11'lit' .'ld IieHtrIcaht.geaIts election to the lower Louse of Coagrca the sa80o This fruit 'does not a woman who had taste for orange
From lircvord was immediately air motors by horseless 1
iit<-< tivu IMtt-IICf ->, but is considered oiieof,tho leading bring ligh price this but the teegrRI among those J tho prices for which carriages ond
4 I 'e!Ls "Mltlt, iicrMiaim s_u'lUl HI'1U811CS! candidates fur election to the money received from it. is almost his daugbtir's nar encouraging trade features in-. asphalt. Unlimited light will bo as who wore a yellow or black apparel,
United Status senate as a rucco 11 clear gift, us the J.eCouto' lore without not to be
; pear cano, was
"II't tvi... t tli& th biiuuu--JioU-1 vornnda The body of lUJsj Tillman was renton opening of new prints for cheap as unlimited water is to"day. No apparent
i-. 'h 1" or to Senator CLII. whose roceivca scarcely any more attention trusted preference for white showed at
::111)lIulllI"" uniuui < r tl 11I -t to Columbia. Upon its arrival fall and the coal will be delivered at private houses
J'ir lies- If'I.icut"A1'4. term expires on the -ith' if mxtMarch. than tho oak trees along the sidewalks. i delivery preparation coquette spirit; gentle and
, was iransfcrred tu tho special-train! tho road of traveller, moro particn- and no ashes taken from them With thoughtul
1 1 liny Mwotti DoMu.r-iDIf'h. : When seen by a reporter nUll women prefer pink ; women regard -
.-. lr.p IIr wailing and seutfto( tho home of Senator no Lorse, no coal and no ashes, street
ly dry goods jobbers.
\.ttfl\T.Ot". I tJ WJ'IIPI'I1ni to JDubhtun Bbkcd ,hat he thought of the action of among
MI"Ir h
oip i Se'lo' themselves as being unfortunate
Iha1on -Jreatou., On the dust and dirt will be reduced to ,

Sj IMlwlolpina, r$ Tlioy will nd ycm In* Tilman special Rains have helped Georgia farmers, 0
.,r rticttT, iKWtu'-n i.alj a Wurmtor locl tile the Chicago convention, its candidates I' Professor W.\,,-N. Shouts delivered were jlovcraor[ Evans and, minimum. With no factory fires and prefer pearl gray; lilac is the shade'
and at Philadelphia the recent brisk
tl"8.1' -ur, Unmd 18'tlltb, JTUITIW] U- and platform, Mr. Cooper i-aid tlmt hy '
} at Jhe particularly affected by "overripa'beauties
an.j address several htato! and the kitchen furnace fires the air
Iwrtrated U3r toud nrtU AninntIt only.Xo I rothoht family, ofcers. demand for boots and shoes continues. DO or ,
__ ittiation. "
had had timo to tho ?
pot study -
I | church at ; wherefore, tho great author
Tultblseo brother.,aud. sister of Jecclsc ,who Jobbers Augusta Ga. will be as pure in tho city as in the
11\ltt"f' how fttt /II wh'I,1 tnnv It "In fact down hero report some
gn people held mae hats
you and are mostly worn by
Sheatsoniau .
Society a
J. .II".)') IIrt4. Literary were _away fronv .homo at the time. improvement May and June and country. Trees will have a chance.
,.. been done than I
know of what has
more of citizens. His subject mothers on their
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-- largo
The interment was made in the family at Minneapolis merchandise is movingmore Houses wi be warmed and lighted as laughtcrt'
"Pot tno down '''n warm friend of TITTKIIt I do, was his reply. Further Jhau "Homo Needs of Education in day and by women more 40 years
: View.
ground, High with easily a cheaply as they are now sup -
I ImveacIiiliT thrco oil who ltacn < freely fairly satisfactory
+ l,- alilirtcl {ruin Its blrih), wIth tl>" wor'.ttatoof Ibis Mr. Cooper did not care to siyauvlhiug Florida," was handled in an intelligent RfV. Robert Af Lee who was 9nilli-d orders. At St. Louis there have been plied with water.A old when they go visiting.

cxxcnta lv\rr nl r."it vi.iz one uiaofwmi <. upon tho political tituution. tcrestng manner, rdlctof with Miss TilliiiiHi, was rector of the orders received for hardware city be a pretty nice place to These theories are founded upon tha'
from Its ft..t0 Its i r.rvn. It luiliocn Times Union. more wi laiil
.J", tifatol by u'lio of :lio tua.t cm n' li1l much credit upon tho Church of.the (h Shepherd at York- dry goods and shoes than livo in the first twenty years of principles of color as already ,
..' >li).iilan. lutliii ami. adjoining Ma'm nlthml Florida's state superintendents, Hon. V antcipBtetAt tho twentieth century are passed.- down-nn.mely. that red and yellowj
the.IIt.'t Jn'ii"fif. il"'crnlrnnnth. fll i:" Wutrh the 1-ianr.ul.i. W. N. Sheats. Mr. Shoals said and ? Chicago increases in ve excite; green tempered' bjr blue, itbilious ',
'< r-ituhK-iii-ril rliuUMi of TETTKiitMS mi tinlitll. vie.Ie left his bomfc week ago to take been but at Omaha Philadelphia Press. I
.. outl tn-Il,,'. thank UitJ *n.I tlio minuJ The following dispatch is from proved his assertion by reference t vacation; IIo graduated from very slight, gains r ; orango. is fiery; gray is coWi
noted in the movement of
nurr. o 'IJTTH.INE tlio chiM I It 'UIO I.J I. are dry
My wife an.1 11 will ever fed grateful to you Philadelphia : There is every reason statistics of school affairs from every Erbkiuc college with the highest honors shoes and Relatively Musical Item. and melancholy ; lilac is a light

for r 'ti'tlni u< this. l.lL ,11I1 to believe that the filibustering bttam- section of the" cjuntry: that while in !franc 1887, then goods groceries. The minister, Parson Downycouch. of purple, the most retiring color o)
Yours tralrOn his"cnsl nnl I tho most favorable advices come
is. A. ('MneLU (rU lI.t., er Bermuda will, in the near future, FbrJI. in her public school in- took a years course at theological from Baltimore, whose dry goods jobbers was at dinner with the Chafile family. the scale.-Popular! Science Monthly.

, I box .. inall fur 50c? lit:*--tamp D.lla.:. N. C. start on another expedition in buntherii ; r'stp, was greatly in need of I seminary :at Scwanee, Teun. report salesmen receiving en- Johnnie spoke up and said :

t J. T. Mirpi KIMS. Savannah, Gii.'tiT water Everything aboard the some reforms, still we had great JIi ,body was t ten to his former homein couraging orders and dealers "Can a church whistle?" \ The Wheel.
now famous vessel is in shape for immediate to bo encouraged, as our whose "Are riding your wheel now
i reason duo Wot Interment in the Epis- in clothing and shoes the "Why do you ask, Johnnie? asked you .
, "I.olI,1. KMNC'- itr departure. Cnptaiu John advance had been continuous and in : regari the Gilhooly?" 1
FIlVP ItIhTILEIL IIl\Jlftur lIrt'w'" 'i' pal tcmetery.SFANIAUDS ihreo weeks' business as to clergyman, kindly.
I Marvelous! cure. Trt'lll.li8l\nd $2.(ntrld hi: O'Brien is again in command aud has recent years very markell Ho showed 'I a a "Because owes $12 back "No."
" better fall trade than in 1893. po pew I
,16 frl'llr. I Kline. 931 Airlift I'lill-w. V\ "
1 f with him nearly all the men 'recently that tho percentage population in UK:, SAYS NUNKZ. The total number of business failures rent, and he says he is going to lot the 'Sworo'of?
,tr\\\ll1tl"w''W'I;>\'rllll| fur t'IIIHrll"I dismissed from the Laurada. The Florida regularly enrolod in school church whistle." I ol.-Texg Sifter. .
.. throughout the United States is "
ttitxit." HofteiK the minis.reilun I Inltumnii.
I f '1001.nlln)'! |vili.curo! winilnli) >. i"c.. K Iwittlorise's Bermuda will sail under a provisional was greater than any state in Alleged Filllbmter Says: There are No. 219 for the week, smaller numbertbau After ,the clergyman had taken his *
The Child
, register asari undocumented vcsail tho union or any country in Europe. 1 Blockade Vessels Out Now in the corresponding, period in departure there was a vocal solo by Enjoy*
e'wro i ia a wOIul"rCull"tIIlgh! ne4lein.Mrs. '
I -: \'. IICKMIT. VHII Mi('ltI, n i>l HhiLcAv owned by citiz'>nsof the United StarcF. And yet, nhilo this was true, there I. Colonel Erailip Nunez, the .Cuban each of tho three preceding Johnnie.-Ttxas Sifter. The pleasant flavor,gentle notion and sooth4,
< '8.. Br"okh'II-.til I. \I. t>4 The stoa'mer Laurada, which lefttin's were other things to bo taken into years.
-- leader whose naino has been connected The falling off from the previous week lag effect of Syrup of Fig when in need of a,
port last Saturday night for Port consideration, as the amount of instruction When Iliirt
St. Vllun' nanw. Ono Iwttto Dr. with, yuriousfilibustering expeditions is ten. I
Fenner's if father mother to c'osUv
laxative,and the or $
Antonio Ja.arrived off Jacksonville and the of
Fpcclllc curct. Circular, redonln. 1\. Y. per capita quality arrived at' Jacksonville, Fla. She looked at hi* new bicycle with
this! evening and it is alleged that Cu- this inttrnction. It was "on those considerable interest. or billons the most gratifying results follow*
.1. If nffllcled Wit 1*O oliInaatiTlmmt I Thursday morning .
"oll'"y.vP- 'l\tt'rrnll'orl..tIII\I2.-i"I1I., ban insurgents were in readiness to points the speaker made his most toll In speaking of the report sent out MUSIC HOUSE FAILS. ". t's not very high," the said -"Ishould its 'use; so Is the best, family reined?
_____ tht I
'. n board her. Sevc'ral! lighters loaded remarks. Thus in the east tho average -
ing from Philadelphia to the effect that the I let &Davis, of Chicago, Make an think it would- Lutfo fall from known and every family should Liars a bott.l.-
: with ammunition were said to boVuitjn school year comprised 154 days; Lnurada had arrired off Jacksonville that." : : -
Liraut.r.their 'aajntoth.i... in the west 140, wilo in Florida the 'As5gnment. Don't form friendships. ta tare*
; lifelong
aud wonldtakojimmunilio ot-.ftrma and 'n .doein'J"i. .. _..._
/ barep1iedtcrse1y.
-Best. "--TLo Ilallet-iirDavis; dcalv .
!Uold of the LmndTho expedition term:-was only.100 days. But there is ConpADY. days __
for r 'Colonel 'The. falling off rperfectly" harmless r. I
is understood to be under the \lirecl While the Cuanl ers in pianos and ,,, '
ahorse feature possible Albert Baroh, Oaio, MTJI
sti. Nunez said nothing whatever but it's different when reach the W'c.
r ,u of Dr. Costillo of' tho duban school privileges are as stated have made an assignment to Georgo you .Ual'JI Catarrh Ciro yol my lt"Vrltl
I Itt'f'ulttl prove Hood's Sarsapurllla the best Junta. in it. Aldrich. The assets are $283,000 and pavement. -Chicago Post. particular;. &1 ly1ru"bt. ;
t Wood purl1lcr.IIll Ctlzer and nerve tonic. In fad the actual average atend\nce was 76 "I such"was the,case," sad he; "I the liabilities1,SI-10,000. The failurewas .
in the cast, Gfi in only
of it. is no '
have.own in tho :
The Weallierand Crops. 32 in tho wholo south, with a littlo caused-by stringency money
truth'in Lau-
Neither the
the report.
market and the general depression in
NJ great change ha taken place in better average for Florida.
Hood's radon tho Bermuda are carrying any. t )
J business .
The brief-
ciudiditiojis the state speaker "
crop over save expedition at present.

over that fcctiun bordering along tho ly to' the pay of tho teachers and "How about a story published from ago The and concern is distinct was from organized tho old Hallctt n year jj; How Old are You ?- .

oa&f. Over tho latter section serious showed that, while male! teachers Madrid of the capture of filibustering I
a & Davis Piano Company. The Chicago
:, Sarsaparilla 'ibuigo hut boon wrought to cotton, New England received an average sal expedition by the Spaniards' the
sold the instruments of the )
fruits and. melons the of SG month, in tho west the company ) \_
l :oru, by s.vere ary per
of Cuba
coast ?
Is the One True Blood .
Purlflor. All
drujglsts. f 1 old You need not answer the question madam
company. ,
-- --- -- --- lorm of tho 7th inbt., which reports nmount paid was $GS, in Florida tho "That another of the Spaniards' I
, Hood's all When Mr. introduced it t ) for in your-caso age is not counted by years. It ;
Pills cure Liver Ills. JO cents. tay. ruin 'll the fruit crop'eutirely average was only $37. Female teacher lies. There is no truth in it. is Bryan was
-- and I was a mighty shout that went andit ____ will always be true that "a woman is old
I'r ttflltcd corn and cotton with very received respectively $3;, $; absurd, forr there is no filibustering up ; \ a 1
.. Immense Fortune* In Trees. at/favorable coudiditiouu for staple 23. He argued for better pay, thus vessel anywhere Cuba. These reports was repeated over and over. A temporary as she looks." Nothing sets the seal of ages

i --- product.. The heavy rains attending increasing tho possibility of getting are sent .out a to discourage the platform had been erected at deeply upon woman's beauty aa gray hai: ,, --

Tho timber wealth of the United 'ho "i-tortn 'washed fi.'lda badly.' better Icrico. In the matter of service Cubans in this country and their tho corner of .the building and from It is nQtua therefore, that every

StatOs gives a yearly product of over a Prcvioui 'to the present week the Mr. Skenti said it was his constant American sympathizers. Such storiesare this Mr. Bryan spoke as follows : ( preserve her hair in all its original

billion dollars, or twice the value of conditions si'ff.-riag most from the aim to increase tho efficiency of that as constantly being sent out, but '-'Fellow (jzen8-1 am proud tonight abundance and beauty; or, that being denied

4 tbo entire output of nil the mines put bi/vj storm, were favored' with rapidly as possible, and for his insist- don't you believe them," said Colonel to bo cb'e to say to those who '! the crowning gift of beautiful hair she longs 4

together-gold, Silver, coal, iron, 001"I I'lendid' proep, etc, and the present af- anco at this paint ho had received Nunez. are 'assembled hero, theso are our : to possess it. Nothing 13 easier than to"attain

I I per, ziuo nUll Ibo rest. This is a ro- 'Ilirt'II is peculiarly dist Nsirg. Great mnch unjust and uncalled-for criticism. The report of, the -murder of neighbors. "I beg' to express to republicamis to this gift or' to preserve it, if already

worth and .- of were to the In proof he quoted' from some the white Cu- democrats, populists and all
. source keeping:, :yet we aro cur General Jo'se ace by possessed. Ayor's Hair Vigor restores gray
feel for
cutting into our capital at the fearful ;.round, while tbo fodder was whipped examination papers coining under bans i not believed by Colonel Nunez.p parties this the gratitude which we I ( ', or faded hair to its original color. It does this (
'I'l' rate of 73 cent each uto ihtoiln: ; largo fields of in his review. In ono caso a teacher magnificent demoustrtun. cay
per year, as only pews! by simply aiding nature, by supplying tho
about 23 cent of tbo timber i!'my cass now only leaves arc found.Everything had been tcnc! n number of years we. ecause mywifo has shlred mystrugglcs.deserves tO
per market AT A MONSTER. BAKBKCUE.Iho .. her full share of all nutrition necessary to health and growth.
with much elevation above and made great complaint at being
is represented by As {
now growth. There 13 better
no for tho hair
the that to (
s come preparation
ilio earth suffered, nuduu this account called to an examination.: bOlo may
for losses from the fires that aro started upon pass Campaigners of Sooth Carolina me.p _4
by locomotives cattlemen, berry pick- 4iiuoad tuHcred the least. Had the "In those papers nearly one hundred Royally Feast. plause.) I desire to express \_ _

era, hunters und "incendiaries, it gives storm been followed by dry weather, words have been misspelled, while no One o'f the biggest political meetings not only our grateful appreciation of s'' thanAVER'S '" "
all the kindness, socially and politically VIGOR.I
a fcutil-jieut idea of what they cod us to crop -coiulitioua would Lave been a regard had been paid to capitals 0 held in South Carolina in recent years fAIR
rat factor in to its marks." But it was gratifying that you have shown to UP, but to
bo toM by the forestry commissioner restoring corn punctuation was had in the woods ten from (i;
th'iit tho of mils give to you the assurance that if by
if Pennsylvania that hill stuto alone uoruial otttIrc. Rains h-ivo been too to note great body the railroad jn Chester -
probably buffers to the extent of 830- frequent uud heavy for notion, whichwas teachers were glad of tho "grading up"Rltlllil'd day. county tha suffrages of our countrymen I for

000,000( annually from this ono cau o. lrc'iousy! grassy. Dry weather with pleasure all signs of T. J. Cunninghamof Che'stcr, gavea place a short in time tho OCCUIY the people honorable that I .
and tuuehiuo would
help ----------- ---- - --- ,
Not only the trees are lobt iu these illpro"cmeut. running for
barbecue preparatory shall return to the peuplo'who
uiigbty$ conflagrations; the vegetable crop, especially cotton. ID many scc.t and invited the world frettook Drink 'HIRES Rootbeer --4 ij'iI&1,4r.
clerk of court me iu arms. (Applause.)
turns fodder active !
t pulling or would r
tuuIJ would
which to
supply fertility \NI> > to boon hand. the speakers "This shall be home. And when
the soil fur future agricultural purIHJSOH be with fair weather. The showery IJKYAX Or O llYA Amoq my when you're hot when*. !; ,
txpc'ctcd besides campaign earthly honors, have parsed away I ,
conditions have been
generally good wi-t-
or food for the roots of isepond C'ulpopper County .Virginia Records Marion Butler w/ien callers
were: fnljley- mingle my.ashes with the dust of you're thirsty -
for bwoct and &ha1
potatoes cune.UrJ '
growth of foreBt, is burnt, and the first Show the Name.A party man. but none of them were beloved state. (Applnuse.) '1 1 :

btip is taken on that easy descent to a -- Culpepper, Ya., special to tbp. present, while Governor Evans returned thank thoso of all parties who have conic. At any and.all times ___e ,

landslide or ll"od bed.-ScribueiAIngaziuo. :> Ice at tho Change. Richmond[ Dispatch says that the to Colmbla on account of tho been willing for a moment to forge drink HIRES Rootbeer. .

It 'There is now a broad gauge railroad statement from J. Harvey,O'Bryan", of death of Miss his sisterinlaw differences that exists between TIR
TimD Tie E. *
between Pulatka and Br oksrilte. The 1..11 J 0. H c"..I.t' .
Portland, Ore., to the effect that the _and eldest of Senator join In celebrating the fact that at ___ p a'p. _
: A MOTi1EI1'SJiUTY.our change' was male a few days ago, and name of the democratic presidential Tillman.- last tho pominationfor president has MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. _

e, tho rapidity 'hchit was done nominee is really O'Bryan and was There,were 5,000 people present,including crossed tho Issoui river. (Great Tulane University of Lomtlbana.
all records
,;c; : daughters arc' the mos>t. pe- breaks On riroll\l construction. changed by him at the Limo ho began about 1,500 ladies. Probably cheering and long applause.) hi.'a'ltl:4 tOl practical tn- t.etloIL, IxHh '
"- rome 6c10n as cntly to practice law in Lincoln, Neb., is 800 horses and mules picketed "And until I each and abundant h'ptalmuterlah !.
. >,,: ; t'ioui1eguey pos>s4blc hi this life. as three o'clock in morning, work wero now, can see one are nncqaale'l. Free arfcs" pn- > :
wholly without foundation. about in the The crowd gave of you personally; and .to the rrrat' with ItO
express my
\ Tho for Dud Ct.rlv IlpU1 bl.
ivxK>u ibility them, aud had the wos -
-l.--: .. began so thoroughly plans wiiltt Bryan, the great.grand. General but thanks by the pressure of the band, or a''l3IO .tent ulAlr.I'I special tftmo
their future, largely with you. been that somc'of the divisions Iearog. on at tb'' th."Irk "
"'': ; Th- m fiousehaiifre that developsllu lcrlcdet. f the nominee, como to thp harrassed"John T. Duncan by Dyoicl permit mo to _bid you The next sewio't btgin 'OobJ1tb.I" I SUFFERING IN SILENCE.

were c-mlleted by eleven o'clock. county in 1752 from the lower part of down WaltWhitman, ,. running for gov- all, in behalf of my wife anti myself, cat&1ogiieant & Women the 'real heroes of
thoughtful wman. from tho Tho including Prof. s. E. CIIAILLR, 31..I>.I>ean.i. are the
lpurltturn. ttie stale largo tracts of good 'night. (Long and continuedapplause
acquirirg crnori O.Drawer2Cl. NEW ORLKANS. world. Thousands on thousands of
thouirhtloss girl should find you on .outs and branches, was ready for > .. .L tem
the watch day ami land there and becoming prominently Iheir preference teemed to be for ). -- -- -- -- I endure the dra. ing torture of

Ai care for their night.physical well- the running of trains by four o'clock, identified with the county. His name Earle for senator. and Ellerbe for gov-. After' the speech Mr. and Mrs EVERY MAN peculiar to womankin in the silence of V

_ being you n> will\\ the and at.s von o'clock the last f\ike was in the deeds for these lands is Bryan ernor. Bryan, standing in the rotunda of the t hoe. Tey sucr ..and on-weeks.'
of weakness
l driven. and his last nill" and testament, which The multitude was fed at tables built state houpe received a concourse of months, years. &to1 *; .
o, and ho will her children and torture is the drawtv
be alb. There was great rivalry between tho was admitted. to record Jul 21, 1800, in the woods, and there was enoughleft people. They wero assisted in receiving His Own Doctor I feturs. in the sallow skin, in the listless '

4 Ly'l Jia H. 1'inkliani's even section masters, and tho ,fact is signed William for a thousand more meD. The .by a number of prominent citiZen in the lines of care and worry",

"VegetaWj that prizes were offered Jj r\tho befit An old church built by, him upon campaigners spofce a Chester Friday.RU'VAY !. ny J. HAMILTON AVriS", M. n.. I o ee *

record cored, stimu'.atcj.! .tao efforts his land and known as'the Bryan meet D WILL BEGIN IN NEW YORK. A COO page Illustrated BfK>k. containing Inborn modesty*enls their lips. Tbe

of the-worfccrft. ing hors! is still standing. LOG TRAIN valuable Information prtainiog toclKeftte-of prefer pain to humiliation.

To Mr.V.. W. Ansley, general road J T. Bryan the grandfather of -- Notification t be, Carried the human iystem. (ihowin'j Low to tff at and mae them believe the only hope of
-' Program
< with simplest 6t medicine'. Will l emailed lies in the of
; master of the Plant system, lx-longs the candidate, movo.l from tho countyto Causes tho Death of Two and Injury Out In Madison Square Garden.A I cure receipt o; exposure eaD
tion and "local treatment"Take I
the cred.l: for this marvelous j ice of Illinois about 1830 or 1335, when of Others.A pII.Id any NHre .
Chicago The
special says: d.emo price Addre ten eases of "female weaknes'Bnd \
work. The distance c ivcrcil was over Silas Bryan, the candidate's father special from Orawford.louse. N. cratic campaign is, to be begun right I Atlanta SIXT Publishing. House, in nine of them "local treatment"

two hundred miles, and both. rails had was a boy about, twelve years old H, says: Thurst Y, Valley in the heart of New York city. The i 118 L.d .-tTJ.AT.\. (L%. ia unnecessary.. There ia no reason whys

'i he moved. William Jennings Bryan, a train loaded ,with logs national committee Im so decided, moest. ssitive women should sub'
Too iinn was cnrefullv cone over. his grandfather and his gredgrandflthcf rniroaJ.away and rushed down gradefor and does so on the congestion of I:,).LI.zi.t a z-' it 11cELflEE'S

curves noted and pegs driven, so when spelled their names Bryan. The a quarter of a mile like a nominee Bryan. CUBAN OIL WINE OF CARDUI

the seven section masters wee prop Bryans intermarried with some of the rot Engineer' George Woodward The formality of notification will be ,g4For ror:1 and your Stock lioo1 ', '
erly distributed with their even qnot prominent families of Calpepper conn* jumped and killed with; in Midi beast. Finest Nerve : is a vegetable wine. It exerts a wotcel'
of knew Wi" outright gone through ion Square _____Ma34, Boie Liniment ma men, .they exactly what was ty and have a of blood relatives : fully healing, l
numbr Jack
Murraya jumped Garden, end there in the hert of New fresh cuts,..oan'br1. fore.rhenmat.mand influence the of
Compound" is the sure reliance in this bfore them. Hands were taken from living ? is authentic, and was injured the York, the : candidate for p1 of alldnc. by over and organs stimulates won.tha
abut. Get Cuban
the Plant taken dcmortc
of in
al system having been from the records of Pc2acent5 kid I invgortes
hour of trial. Thousands have found head so severely that died. the tho opening Relief Manufactnrcdonly almost infallible inj
1. :> !. it the nev. r-iailiag1 jxer to correct in erga road's and Florida who were and already what tho county James Dunn,. of Canada was injured spe csmpAign. Co.. ta N ew Spencer Medicine. coring syst peculiar weaknesses, irre4gulanties

r. 1 I all irregularities and start the woman employment about the headand face. Thomas and painful derangements OQ
on the sea of life with that physical .a estimated to cost ninety thousand AVIllIani Congratulate Faure.A Walker, of Fryelurg, jumped and received Populist Candidate for Governor. A.N.U t .".*.-. Thirtr.lMw woman. Year after year, in the privacy

t licilth all should haw dollars and forty-eight hours time was special able dispatch to The New 'A compound fracture of the left Ex-Andito? A, W. Giles, of Arkan- .. "of home-away from the eyes of every%
done in lets than- hours and at body-it effects cures.wti {
\Ye sb sixteen York Herald from Berlin that : Charles Hanson'had his injured. ha been for governor
> difficulties di-spl*cf wents and says leg. arm' clip, nominated ; OF CAHDCl 1m Mid for 4I.OO .
the horror,
Jsrs Bo taark, the quickest piece of! ajaiat President Fro 1 Lo ein d the { : of tbe r<'Eiw>4er .! PqIIki;isUsU,7'Nt,fM"At cc
with} Ija:} 11 r i; t t1 tIm'4'tEv1t4v; } attempt tel 81Htwo'other. i on CgQf.fbt eJeot : -. -------- -'----I
,t J railr oftfl "!deQiPg! er wow" {In tb0 bta hi* twm O h W tiolllt t-t4t1fl e f'J1n t ..b tItI 11 11ilp t t "Hh, t ttMi f"Ih : :ftnnlg t"llW 'M, mt
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: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH people of this country ha\v yet to ) a candidate for i. riutenHeaf'ot: Public Iostruction 150 dollar*. I
I -K B Drew- lalainflewlinsadd tctarke.

;_ __ L .. .- _- | learn-what his neighbors all know ,cratic TOters, BttbjtCtlt 1i. i ; S' t pproaching e:Action of election.the Demo from Mrs JOO Julia to 130 Brownin dollars.?. in' sec 19 tpO racseSl.? !{j 8' from .50 to 100 doljars. ; NOTICE OE ELECTION,

Published Every Friday at I; -that W. J. Bryan as ft. Leader, prgai FO STATE SENATOR. 1. Wt UORR.. D C C son, in ..t'c29' Jp,5, range 21.. from 2CO to : Mrs Xtllie E Mahone. lota io Jone" '-add _

: STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLA., 'i Iliz and director of T-Iiereby"tnnpunce raytfll <
a politipal VuFRB.tI the Ceg'slatuif ot
_____ =T:_ 6Ut Senator from the 13th Seoatofial 0;.t.rictauci.solicit FOB SUP-T if'PUJJUC INSTBUCTIOX. t Adam 80 Ttjon io sec 3.' ), Lp 5' range 21. from 33> JLJ Jones frac in w side ofblk b m l 95 iinA tie
cVuul whoever o dollars. (Constitution of 1S85. of the $tate ot Tiff,
.mpaigu !if tu .any man tbt support of the voters of the I 'pennfendent or Public Jones add to Siarfcafrom 100) to $150.y .
E. S. MATTHEWS and O, f, FARMER,, D W Piaholster, Li Lake Cutler, from M to 1 W ida, dhi pass fire joint reoonttioc iroiwsin1'
Publishers and Proprietors. played TI part? in neiican county at the October election. Instruetivt- county; and respec ; dollars.' : J Junes. In JToees' Add to Sjarte from amendment!! to the Conatlyitioa of the State'oflorida

)olitius. The people at large have A. ,CROSBY. fully ColciL e 51 f my citCts atii W Laud John Ef nte.' In sec" SP; tp 6, .' 6-'t 21 !SCO t ti i> 1..5#) ilollar l ?. T an.t the same were agreed to by /TOtfofsthree
coniIn f '
&he tct if fromSOw. '
eletteil I Ktiiars.
promUe to
: bide FOB r t I j K} Ku-fc Utr laf 2 blk TB Jones' add toCVolihe fiftlr. of tttt the members -teetw) o a -Lhouse
seen only of him -
SC1JT1O one thsyenow fItitftdly disel 'tbI dude- of theoilieo..i4 W K'Bein tit,. Sr., ta SBC i tp& range 23, Srnia -
1arkc f-oin, WiO tt4thi tlIjlLIt. that fh sail
I Pd It, 0 d'.lktr. 1ia vot on joim resolution*
neY4r.. .... $1.00 him hereby annouctp inyeelf- cjindidate for C. -
only as an orator-out -_ TJ.hipn'a ( Siorui. ki's in! ; yFt-rej etiter 1*! urou th-ir r <*p cUvr Journals
ix Months. : Rc wptaliye, and promise, if elected, a fujI : guardian), sec 23, tp: 5, range '
f Montb COtliu he is as-great and strong in every ob&ery&nce of the wishes of ray'constituency. XR cotry SURVEYOR. 1 224r0ni- 0 It) 2u') doi1ar. .' ," Trwby & jC'V a

.fhre "- A W EklillA block 15 In Lawtey, from-700 ts> r Ctj-atit.tts., i"d etrtnine aii.1 direct that- the Swfct Joint rtenh.
V? 4
Uasc of L PlSHOlSTER. The I
character. That dpmoralic many frierRichard F., En.ey an 850 dollars. Tiulv ti'ons b. s.itnnite l to tie. electors of tlx Slatm f
nounce Llni a csa t1 .j for the uiTice of Mrs B F Shiftman, in' Lawter, from 100- J>ternt'arjr& (Co.lots m Mltjtt
pojipty the general elilion in OtOtep. tftlfi.
4 PostoCice at Sturke, Via ns 5ecndclass 'Jeader? co matter how high{ his FOR REPRESENTAT1YE. sollksCfor doIUrt. i-Lmtigstmi.. Trutw & t'oacid oj
Survei and tarn' the i
orv votes of the '' Now. TBsatroaE. I, John) L. CTawfortl. Secrftkry
flatter.Starkc lii station I Sim II<> an, in FCC 35. tp 5, S3 from 1UO jtiiilje_ fn.m ;,54 to I .(iOtt dcllars.j .
/or to.v humble his place, hereby announce raytdl a candidate for people at the electors L, October. 200 doLlars. .. range- toRoheff of State of the late of >lorida, do berrh
Representative', and promise if elected full I 2itj j KiTe. in >ee 29 sn 6 range 22 from .
who falters or hesitates will be t>uppjanled observance of a FOR SCHO(>t. (COMMISSIONER, Strong. I seeS SS, tp i, range 22, from' 4i01., 500() (ti.I5.s rtt_ give notice that a .
the SO
Fla. wishes
.Tuly.24. I $9(>. Of my constituency.i to dollars. "-- -
and a man who uil! work I for V Mr. Eimu.i Iliclutrd i iu 2*) OKNKKAh ELKUTION
: L DLL ate a can.dida membership on tl Eowh Or-f3s. In eec 38, tp 5. range 22, from sec tp 6 range
------------g ------ [ike a Trojan trill take his place. School Board IromjichnoJ district No. 5, add refcpectfullv \ 100 to 2X( ) dollars. t' 2'J fr.'ni 9.3 l" 150 tloHars. -

IIE.TIOCHATIO TICKKT. FOR COUNTY CLERK. solicit thn supportottlie voter**t the A Vetsberf- sec 3.. tp 0, range-J$. from W to.1 1 N I D in sec 29 (pC 2"3 w ill be held in e. oh i-ouniy (n'FTortdS-oa Tm\-
There will be plenty of money for forthcoming clectkv -130 dollars d ay next .ut'veedbQg tfc A first JJvnday ln'<.>ct<
For Presidential Electors: I announce myself a cantlidfcte for reelectionto' j from 75 to 500:; dollars. .
J ifrouks, ia sec 3, tp 8, range 13, from 335 i ber. A. D. )ly*. the safe l ewtey belngaluesivii
PEO. P. RiKEV, of Leo all honest expenses of the campaign, the""fflce of Clerk of the Circuf; Court of r -gtOR.GE W. ALDERMAX.f MO dollars. to ; \VnviiiHitll; in tec29 tp.6 range 22

I' C- FISJIEH of Clay. and there will be no (!thCL !kind.Those .. Bradford county. Thinking my frieuda and Ed.\arJ bjadt, 'ia sec 4, fp C.. range. \\ from 75 I :from 15 to 75 dollars r -". : DAY OP Ot.TUKKK) ,
J. F. WKtBORj of for favors"conferred Treasuiiir's to HXS dollars. .- .1
Orange.W. supporters ID the past, I Report.To L'Colvin in bee 29 tp 6 3'i from

t S. JENKIKGS, cj[ Hernando. people who think -things will solicit their support in the coming election. he Aonorabiw K-Jr of V J V lPiitine. "in sec 5, tp 6. range IS, from 23 t.. 50 il.L1ars. range for thi'.no.itk.n or rejection of tbsaid JnimretH
: ; Couajv Commission 100 to ro dUl1.Lr. -
'iuiiimenv >!utioDi< proH.iiiK .tiuentlmeitbt to the ('us-
T. WEEK51. ,
be tr' Bradford
For 1'onRreseSecond: ttr1t. Allowed to drift in the W1'tfl) I the County; 1% iu Fro Wence, frou' 150 to 2O RJ* Swi-ai in sec 2'-t ip 6 ntg. 22 fr. R> Wtutkvn .A' .be S' AV. ptidfrsi nfdlTrtaisiirer of said county.. doll-iri.. ;o ttlIUO ti..1tt
Putnam. direction in New York and
the East FOR COUNTY JUDGE.' beg leave io subifiit rtx* fr.lmwing report for tlioqujiiter I W L :.r'.E:: it.Pectoi. .
"1 ding jBi'iotO ISS--J" "* Summery, in sc 6, tp 6, range 18. fi4ou> Mary I)
f p. Fiisii.ij tMslc. iu sec 8U 6
For Governor tp
; do not know the wan at th head of I I0to4Udo&LLr.t S
hereby of
announce myself a candidate ror.Jlie from ?('0"l.. 150 dollar Arcu-ie iVt aiji| ti.DeiKled sos
\va. D. JJLOXUASI, of Leoq. the ticket lie will thow office of County Judge, and promise, if elected, GESE iL FUND. W C Kohk-r, in sec 9. tn 5, range IS, from 153 to' rtftige/.M a to r5a&& as fo1Ow! :
3 that while To am't en baud as per Iit l iC2 odium v C, .M IJwptin* in Sec 29 ,,tp 8 raDK-3 23
For Supreme Court Justice to administer the affairs of the office on aneconomical' .. ... ... ... SECTION 6. The Irftblatare shall for thBpeetlypubiicttion .'
: bo has report $:...... 8 83 S3 L ry Fralix. Jn soc C 6 from uO to 50 dpiiars.
absorbed the of tp range 18, from CQ to aihl liiatributioo oC'all tavr*
principles i
basis. I '
wiLToif solicit the of (
U. !IABRY, of Da.d. support the Apr. f To ain't re tfof J, C. I01 dollars. "
of The Byrd, ta r coleetiV.! .. ..;. 444 96May L Olvin) iu sec 30 tp 23 from mar enact. Decisions of the supreme court nnn
Jefferson lie. has hot voter; county at the approaching election ; John C range all laws and
Ward .
the Jurist deci s6iil
: 1 For Bccrfctary of. State; ignored .' 5-To am It mrit of J. G. intcc' 7-tp. B, range 1? from 450 t 200 to luiu t'e free ('
J. H. to SO doiUrs. publioaciun by But
3IOORE. tak eoltoctorvf.- ...... 2 ? any person. no JUiiKmrmof
Byrd, I.ST3
JOHN L., CRA\\TtBO.) of Wakulla, tactics of Tilden.Tampa Times. 5 Sara; Green, in 8 V Vfm iitchHl in 30 .. the supreme vwurf shall take ettectumil' th-
May To ain't rpsjjtl tot J. C. see tpJ, range 18, from 150 to sec tp 6 KDge 32 decision of the court in such case shall b filet
231 :
: FOR COUNTY JUDGE. BvnJ, Icciises.t.-; : JoUars. from 75 in 15U dollars.
2 To am'ktW" t tlyrd with the clerk of said co rt, .
; 9 wh of Jefferaon.- ;. Some lime vg9 the$
of Mr. M.-B. Liudsley. Traiiklin Forks. candidate for the office of (VuiiUJujg..-, ant.1 June2-lan1'trei4 1J. ('. K rSTgc 22froai 100 Lu 'iu dlhtrs.' "* -.
D t4 .,J'ptrofler: Byrd ."..:. 11 H) II Ik>iij>! i4s. in Sec 11. tp 6, range IS, from 1 ; Section 17. ft Article ITT, of th* C(4Mtttati, ( n
Pa !Imd attack of coiic. solicit for him the support of lie votprsat the May 11-To am't *. 0 h) to -t) .i.tlIais. --1 B U TrVuck cstnte irj
.W. 'f. tEYQIAS, o Polk. H'very severe r*# tf AV : rec 31 Ip 6 rnnge of the .Slaio of iloilvU id h-reby'aawdetlw a-.
She suffered coming election. D..L'loxltamJas 0. S. & W AV Miitihrvrs, ioseis 13 and S3, tp 6, ranze 22 frotit 25to 50 dollars.
Fur Treasurer: great rwin. Mr. Lindsley F. U. R..v.-..: 71Ajir 41 IS. from 12. to 'iH) d., lnrs.J Uj read as rol!j\v. :
"a SO-yio am't reoM ol C. B. \ e. in StC ol 6 ran<-23 from SCCTIOK 17. Every hill shAlt ht
C. B. CO.LLIN9 )f JI ridn. ray e her dose of Chatnbiluin's Colic. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. J Fat rish. in sec 13 tp'C-range IS. from 12j tp read t>y )I.
Collins rederoptlw ux"aecertificates. to 14'1 Jclltrs.I 100to2l'OioliMis.K title, on its (1.1-si r uiiiiK, ;n ciih- house unit-
Choleta anti DiarrliO.i Remedy and iu I To the Voters of Bradford ". .. ... .;.. .... .. 80 52 fy one-thint of the iucniber iireni desire it r. ;i
I:or Sup't. of Public Instruction: minutes County: June 5-To am't recfd of W. V. tolJ7) J eg5.ttI.. ( fu S.PC 15, tn 6. range IS. from 75 15 Drew, m t-ec 31 tp 6 range 22 from by section; Every bill shill he read oi Ibr -
WM. X 6I1EATS. of Aluchua. ten her di lret-s vas gone. This I announce myself a candidate for re-election Blnxham taxes /
i i the best raedicint,. iu (he world for' chil-) to'tbe County Judge's office of said county. Inviting June 80-By warragt>turned N O .Mizt Ii. in see S3, tp 0, range 18, from TyO to O E Pace, in sec 32 ip 6 ranee 23 from. present when. ik.-h bill mav t>e pomling ha
For Commissioner of H)3) dollars.Ab deent it ilifnt
Agriculture: over t9 Hoard Co. Cf ra 1,04 26 -,, pxr to dispense nub this nih-
LUCIUS U. YOM VELL. of Jackson. die when troubled.with colic or diaroea. ins'prction of ray official record, and J.ine3)--Bfea.h oij hand to .Iimsor.! ia 150 to 250 dollars. Etcry bill liaU be read l>y iu iwctions on nw
thanking for Uie Bal............'.. .. 2,813 it see ZltpG, range 13. from >cori'l rea liuK and ti-s niml
rli Jt ncvt-r fiiijs to tfiec-t a pnunf.i ray supporters 'Conors already -.j.* 473 to &VJ <:;>lars.! Truby & O, yis. in sec 32 tp Grange 33 I its 5reon.l> <>n passage unlryon
routine twi thirds of the wher
conferred, I eurz-estly solicit your support in .- ?- ("' d i j O *"A S A Pat ri ( 3.
sec 6. .
tp 10, from lOt in the hotis
cur e. When n-iluced with water and >f o. (4 O.ODii ( range to present where such bill nu y n-
MR. BRYAN the Democralio'nom.jnee ) the coning election.) __ : 1J5 dollars. -
: X D pt.nt.ii.ghall drriu it cxjmltent to dbpcn-.
: sweetened it is pleasant for them to-take I WM. F MALP1It1RS. To cash on hand br A'd'n.... 2,818 48 B F Gainc>. in sec 5. tp C, range V, from 300 to Hagaman in see 33 Ip 6 range 2'Jtrom with tins rule. The vote "M lite final |ssage i>
for \[\ lemj triumpbal to 150
a It should lie kept in ho-su' 2oO dollars. Over, bill or j"nv: re clntion stu ll be taKen 1 1ya >
eyt'ry especially SPEClflf FUND. T E Pekle. in si c 11, C OF Maikillie. in 33 3Hns ti> t Iw t'ar.r-.I on tin-journal-! i
tp 22
march sec
the range from 50 to tp Grange
against enemies I during the summer mouths. For bale liyStarke FOR COUNTY JUDGE.I To am't on band. Sj'pi r Int-t 100( dollars. from 250 each house: i' l, [Oat any eiKnkl rev!
report.".. ..j'-.v *:\.*. .. . &10 &J to 3JO Collars.J ion of the eutirt luw etuUtHlte. m any billsh.i
pf good government- falL Drug Co. hereby announce my !f a candidate for tbe T E Pekle, in sec 11, tp 6, 19 from | not
Apr. C-Ta am't refe'd tf J. C- 300' dollars. -. range. to: M Johns m set' 3i: tp 6 range 23 frota I required to IKrraJ by section. upon iiI
office ot County Judge' and SKiici iJe.uftragi Byl-d.- : 7481 SUO; I i final iias.iii:r. and$ its n'i ..lm.- kitty be w hi ill
IIr. lyall Kxplnlnw. of my fellow citizens at the Jlay 5- TV au't rec'dcfJ. C.Utrd Kiioc-h llott, in sec 13, tp 6, range 19 from 130 I I" Uvllar. I t ttisi1 IIMTO with bf a twt>Ui>r YOB rate of taxation for the year r.r yucWnjf fleetioa. ..... ..... -.7.... .. ..,. 2i2 23 )to; Ith.liitr. J.V.. io sec 34 Ip 6 22'1' Itv of .I.e. tiivitiht-r pruL an raeh boiaeshaIt
To the Public: J. It. abl}APvD. June S To am'Z rec'dkf J. range Ir(;Cv'5-r-.) be... bHI
) is tliu __ -- C. I' S Crews, J.-., iu sec 3 C, 3i> 2oQ (ruin (0) io 50 'ioltars every or j4nt riwoh
1806 ) lowest that we have had B.i-,1 .. .. .--.M 15319 215 dollars tp range to J tion. All lulls or j.tut lOitttions M> posKf
in Having hcA'' a number of ycais. When the out in.this that I I). lflOXlaflL4tte 0. S. Tou.-it.i BI-OS. in sec 3. tp 6 rango 20, from range ...' houses .itI, by tie Jeeretarf of llisenutf ,-
gone county am I I am a for the oNce of Sheriff o FRH..: .......#;. 12310Apr.jiTonm'trjc' IKMo IW dolais! > .o 150 dollars.W ntnl .lie clerk of the Loiiae of ;reiresuulives.

Bounty oorainissionerB cornp1ettc1] not running subject to the primary Bradford coun'tv, and xoiicit the support of'tlieroters I :
;beir' 'oik as an eqalizing board ityas of the democratic pirly of'Brad at the approaching election J promite.if i I certificate collins reclcipttOfl'ttsl.... ...f'....ate... C7 68 so Bradford t ) 2.0 dollar4 Lumber Co.' from oUO) io 3o( dollars.C'has ARTICLE IXSeetion
: ascertained that a levy of 9| ford comity I wish to say to all who: elected, to' '" the cf&cf to the beit of my ability. t June' s-To&m'trec'J-.*. front 54) to t-0 dollars see p 0 iatie- 2 .. TliiuivMg in sc 11 tp 1 range 13 12, of Anicle IV. of thenaititt'n 1-.
j 'BlDxham taie-1.0.T( Tk*: .2Qi
1I11t4 would be snay concjjwi that I have al -'iy- II JOHN B. McCULLY. June 30-By'; warrantitnnied 8 M Carver, In sec 7, tp 6. range 3), from lOt toI Trout oit( tn .1{;;:) il'iiiintt. hereby ntuendml .H.HIO tti --ett ,s (ujIowe:
for 1EO -
county voted and acted with! the democratic t.vrt to lloa.-d Co. Corn 897 C3 I Mrs \\ tuttle Lynn iucc 1 1 tp 7 ruuge Siriu i2. TSC th.rrrur. iiete$4ary at S&at.
'1'bo is FUR SHERIFF. June SO-By cii' h on Mrs Emma Ricl-ard, in sec 9. tp 6, range 2[I. 10 from lOt to dollars. ('o.uptr1i.'r.Atuiny (htn.-ru1.asnJ VnnrmMai.n
purposes. state lery 3| parly and expect to continue; .HO to, The bal .... .....-.. ... '. 1.176 43 from ivo' to 300 dollars. 15.0 er ot AKIICIIUUIO or n majur part of Omni, otwboui

mills making u total of 13. mills.Jast the for many'fripii'la of S. B Denmark announop -----e --- Oeo Kitlyiu sec 23, C C II Smiilnii sec 4 tp range 20 froui the h-jvtr'ivr Kbalt IM yew, iaay. neon
as long
as the tp SO,
party ayts ; him as a candidate, lor t>he ofiVe ot h'heriff of ': 1,5742 1.574 12 2W dollars.vFrazitr range from 2W to 125 to 175 dollars such conditions auti i With such l.niUdlkni* and

year the assessment was 13ijnills. k interests of/ the pt'uple. J 1 :tlfl now Bradford'count), and xolicit the supoitof| thevoters rescrictiuus tC they may tleeni Fruits
To cash on hand bro'yTn.... 1,178 4S i Krlly, iu sec 23. tp C, range 2Q train 500 II, W I'iDlioLster. in sec5lp7 20() fbi's and lorfeituitrs. cownuite pimisftuiout a >',
; for in at the ensuing election. to 2X! duliars. rang?
ruuninj! ) membership thu lowt-r : .
pardon rtltrr
The! reduction of .one-half (torn 200 t<; 300 dollars. grant couvicrfdn, u> ail tatse.
house ol the l loriflu: h-yUhuure and MANY FRIENDS. FINE AND-FCaFEITURE FUND, wit Parker ui town of New River ham 130 I treason anti iinpt-achmeuc, nuhjut- id such
pill, while. MII, all, shows conclusively] To ain't ou bain! us Per last to 770 dollars.V .} .1 Jlc.nnm. iu sec 8 ID 7 ran ?e 20 from Pulrltl.l ti.\H.L a.,1.t' luAauu..lilu..>I lit? law

affairs i if nominated by i lie i jni.-iiary! Llectir : FOR 8IIEU1FJT.Ilavioff Ar.rpimrt... .... :....'.I--. ," 120 S3.Bros W P.nhol-ter, i ia town of New River, from 250. to 300 dollars. tire tohe manner of abut ing foATvTICE pardons.
Vat our. county arc being t >n and elected in Octolicr will 50 to rt) dollars. X.
obsorved. 'lth nd eoso'ie( liii E PVtirtl in sec 8 tp "range 20 from -
much oiti parefully guarded, and that the ]>eole servo tie} people to the I ii er4 of striiigblforward. the I A hr. &-S-T..Mnrtrte : .B 4 Sapjv4i( > town' of ew* Iyvefr 4ro n 430 to l LtL.JMtIre. "Shift SttftionftZS, ofArtlcia V.-be aiuupded '
niy active .- soaato'read >
administration oi E. E. SVJf1-; : .t
j I -Mil.S. hies... .. .. : r '
}> will havc the, benefit of every ability and for their best inteiesls. Johns Sheriff of Bradford county during th i ijwist I liny -!-To ain't iectttTJ' lyl &: McKinhey, in town of New River, P U md in sec 8 tp 7 ringe 20 from : S

% If I am not nominated I shall feel four years w.i- present IiU namtf fyr thy j Iftir, Ia, 1ht- . .....'fi'Mny ..-.. 13 0.) ffTiui P to i9J .Ik.Lars.!i 100) to 320) dollars. SECTION S3. Th1 justices of the peace shalL
pomible Having. 21- To anioiinlYreM- havt jurUJtctioit tnuns at law in whkh the
.., that the Ylel'3 f Bradford county consideration of the voters us a candidate for I! 3V>wite iiil lima cantLt I Ire,' 4i 0, 73 F dollar.It Molten. in town of New River from ftj to lliinly. L'ailjjetl; in sec 15 tp 7 rauge SO asmunU or \\t\iw, ot llv i>n>ii rtj involved tiars

have exercised their re-election. The county records will bear us II!I June 1-To auVtTt-c-'J <4 E E. from 2m.1 to 250' do.lars not exceel SlOU'Oamt in n inch ilu-caus? of uction
A ffOUEWiur disgruntled contemporary privilege tqvote ouf in the assertion that Mr Johns Has been I i JoIiii*. Cnea.". .-.'. ;.J. ... 67 1 I*, 51 Johns in sec 35.- tp Cs range CO, from led mfriinf' or th" (tetVu-Unt n-nklrs Um
for whom ihcy think will make a June 2-To nr't'e.t (* E E. to 23 dollar S HiHjrt; inH.C 1C tp 7 range 20 I from tr tot; aixl >n unii ci'iunnit I.M-S. rXi.vpl felon

takes the following vie\ of them the competent! vigilant officer, a.ud we respet tfuity I Johns, fines'...'..%%..,r- 5 00 1 M llm nape, in town of New River, from lOt] 250 to Sf'O doll-ire. ies fti mahe |'i>- <:iit>.Mt hy i.iw. uuti tie slial)
best -
representatives, and solicit the suffrage of the v terso the cOitjty Ju >e 3- -Ti> utu'trec.'d t'f E. F. to S'H' dollars.O Ii1al rv power to i.H-ut- pr>icfsH for the arrest of

the political' situation: "Whatever will content myself to give their for him. believing that no more capable man forte ,;jny ice e urt .) ....,-.. 2400 W Andrew, in sue 27, tp 20 from U F Lewis in sec 1ft tp 7' range 20 from t trsuIl5 Ch5Ffett v iii! III L--t.ies ur, ffuin't 6rage 200 to"200 not wuhti. Lila iutictou!
riva 4 liL K* 60 dollars. jui tu try, an-1
to 93 dollars -
VotlPse individual] democrats may choice my vote L. 1). WALL. t place can be found. MANY FRIKNDS. (_Ia-'e. jtsUueeQIt b-,,.-. 3(1 00, make the rame rtturn. liltIxtore nimaclf or tlicoucty <>
Apr 0-loaurtreu-J ,i CBvriJ .- J O Culson, in sec Z0. tpC, range 20. from 20C D \V Philmlstei in sccl7'jtp7 range 20 jiiuge (or fxuniiimu, ill-cttrte, rum
piiriaic with reference to national I Four FUR TAX AS sESOR. :. iss to J73 doilara.B -- f oin OO ti' 325 dollars. mitucnt or bait ot the acu.e't. Justices ot dm
Bijj Successes.llavinj May 5-To uui't rec'd of 3 C': ; W SMIoiloway. In sec Si, tp C. 20. from peace sinuS havc power to hold iu ursut. vt thdead. '-
Issues, the duty of all to pupport the needed .1 announce myself a'cauJiJjte for the office. ivr.l.: .:.. .,,.. -:42k: 4- O w 3i dolLirs. range I, Luke UrawUy in sec 18 tp f" range; 20 I .\i ; merit, to more than: of Juiie>{-Teom't rr 'dJC.1yrJ '- L ioni AS25 to oOO itollitr. ' iu criniiiiur. c.i-i-w may 4>e ficd do! uovo umiit
Tax .
Asst'rsorot C M S !
the party nominations that have make good all the advertising claimed for Bradford county, fcn itu'alit'iuj$ u* t.u; *t'i'd4uti) may pn3. --
S solicit the support of,tlie'vuWni of the June wixraneiji.ed.., ,. Kite in Sec 18 ip 7 range' 20 from be t-the. -

been made for state officers is plain them the folowing] four remedies have c county At ''he approaching election. If elected- to Board, tx>.'C ii.-r.X." '- ;>.& i>-. & "- ia sec'JJS.' ,tp'S. range,2f, fron'"|, 2 0Uo,1fi0 ( ; -. ._- 4

and iiMmintakaJbleThs} "one. clear reached a phcuoroiiial sale Dr. Kings I promise an accurate and faith ul discharge of- J3i-cash on band toV 4X lo-lwMloUar.wi, $. ';t ,,7 ::-" 1'r -ipTtin 4Rhic'tL. VrsLi
'Ct ? iMIf'op ;(
; ; tue Coeutrrpty
and-direct New Discovery for consumption coughs the encujiibeut duciea.A.. i ilcKIXNEYFOJI -r: *<***sir J 7 t point iuyoIvcdin these '- __ __ _
--- -----'
__ '".*W"Kenj. : f--- 5 >sii> i--iirtS?
__ ,
-jf nnd bottle .
coldSfvcach jjuarAnJ.t* l -EUtrie cash on anA bro
nominations f is, wTher democratssliall TAX ASSESSOK: ,

Hitters the great remedy for liver hdreby "Respectfully' gupm '.G' '- -, beiLli seo'7,"tp-6, range 22, from'100O ( aK t% tuent1es .u.e-t tireM4 oItOS -
vr ntcpnblicnnii control tbeState. anuounp'e wyfelf a candidate for Ueofflce Iq ISO dollars;. )\ ,rgnt& Fruzt-e JOU -SaDipSOtfCliy
stomach and Kidneys.. Buckleu's .Arnicn of Tax Assessor of Bradford county, and 75* tu 125 dollars. Sacul The ,member of ttue Honaw ofCCrVO.ut4tiVtta
Democrats bbottld M Spar t man, 'in sec. V, tp 6. range 22, irom I j R 01 tht-Slittnof Hortda filial) be
iind t
nofiifficulty Salve, the tiest in the woi'd' and Dr promise,Tlf elected AAnd Iloiiselipjct -
faithfully discharge' tile. Keiued>; 50 to 75 dollars. v F U Morgan lots io Strapson City tram j'evhefl bienntal'y. bf ,icoinu' With like Ueneralou

in arraying tlicinsclvcs Ki ug' New Kilts PiUs which arc n perfect duties of said,- office., it uever-faili >6. curcrheun.ntitn. N D.Hngam, 'In" sec 9, tp J5, range 23, from 50 io lOU dollars. **" lO et.-Iat.ti the flrifl. 'lu"M.i.y after lie first

upon the ligbt itli' of tbai issue." V'llAll lh8e remedies are guaranteed Respectfully' catarih, pun l's.) I'i-'lcliegtt, nd all), diseases _130 til ISO dollars,4y /* 1"oritht Muck Land lots In the Monday corresponding Ui November day, ef is..s..rv*ry uu BvconU l thereafter ye rArflcH .. on-
\\ E...WAISRIGIJT. linsiii : from', impu tr bio rt.' is BO'.HIUCBlowrilalfli.vB.'ll I) liaxuma'n, in seen 15 10, 21 and 22, tp n, company *
It.trikes us that if democratic con I. to do just, what is cliiimnl for them -I ( } "B")) Tbotis'inds tud ; raogo 21, from 3tOto 7UO dollars itinps() t '(fc'lly;: frt-n 50' io 175 kdhtrs. $ Ii ot 4ii.eudtuit'nt.s .o Hie UMHKitntion,

and the dealer whose name: is attached, FOR TAX ASSESSOR. '.rs<; il us the lici> j.ntdy ever fiffere'l i"ni'Hikind. Mrs >far>jRrHt Pace, in sec a), 'tp 6, range 22, J J & WifJUiia ia sec 5 tp 7 rang- 21 from I 'of th* State of florid* w liereby amended so -

irol. is better fy.r the state it is like. here A illi will be glad to tell you more of The tiunsauds from 111 to 130 dollars. 50) to 1401( ttt'Usr a s'tt) read ad follows.
1 hereby aanounce :nyse If a candidate for Tax "oj cures per Truby & 1't* i is, in sec 2t), tp B. H, Iron Hectk'i. 2."oI A. fic'e' VIL c>f the OrrtBution toamtnulnU
wise better for the nation, and \vtlilnk Li l t1i en. Sold al the drug j store of theSUrk'c Assessor of Bradford comity, subject to. the aft: formed l by this remedy are almost wirncul -. 25 to l-O ilolfiirs.M.ii range N V Wainrkiif. iu'ion 8 fj' 7 rnegt. h ereby -I-) as to teod .u, lo.lmvs:

Diug Company. { 1 ion of the democratic l >as Try it. Oi iiiy $1.00( Tier large Uitlle U Kissn; e-t j in 2l 1 trotn 75 t.i T& il.ill.irs lit- .. of
that cleiuocraUs should) (hid nodittictilty voters of said comity, j > ;? sec 21, Ip 6, range i 2 S..c-t.N i 'Z SH i fiii-ist not
k and promise, if elected, to discharge my duties; I Fur sate l.y trui'ijiij.} Scc'adrcrIlins'jMtege tro.-i> iJ3 Io lt. > ;l.>ilnrsJtrs .11 (.' VVyaii in SHC 11 tp,7 r.ttic. 21 fruit 11 moie insn tiirt> two, tlie senate,
in llicrnsclven MrV% U. iHi.'tditor, of The Argus, Iju'awrtt cls'lie, i .U iif.-itrrt Pace, in 21 6 '(, t ri'uil of Ii'--1 lu lii-'iii a>x'yiK>>t iiulxr! oi
sec .
arraying honestly atd faithfully. tp rase; 22, I 0 io 2.1l? Ihilt trs .. .
hou Tim
| froui tit to 00 doILii-s. the e trl i r.t'ut..v.j. unmnri ottho
upon Um right side in the national I Kent on. Pa., recommends a remedy for Very respecl f uiiy, ,J) 51 John, ia: I 1)j ivid Ki-'e in w c 7 racsa" 21 from I lx>u< .* ..f ri>rnitnt nv f 8/iill b>- elected for
sec Slt S. .22
to from 40
range .
diatrliofti which !Le has ediwith < icttl t fria. of (wo a i -I uicmber ot tn* aeo-
ma ; WILLIAM J. iPEPS'N.: toM .!ol! ,.rs. ; 100 to12ttt.Iiis.; eIec.l
asvcll as iu tbe .tite: campaign. ate ul.all) be for v.-rnis ol four years, ercept -
eff ect. "Stvera! weeks ngol" he says, "1 I N L> lU> anuiii, in 'ees 21- and Z-, tp G, rnntre O \V Dyal in etc Si tp 7 range 21 from lierMiiaftBr pruVl.h.l.rIo. llioii l for
bottle of pii TAX COLLECTOR. I 22, tK.m6\ to .100. wt'uhei in td the. biiu'te of represeaiuciveii anti
purchased a Chamberlain's Colic S-jj).
I KtLEY looks like C Irtrknvtu &.CO in 21 keutttA Hhair be ut the SJDU C>uui sod places
Napoleon. 6
Cholera nnd IXiarthned { aud after Ovid riaynes, of Hampton( announced by sec tp range J B l.iyw 111 tfriius of gftlce of tli n .tvrs
: Hemedy, lATIill ? .Hilt FLA.A 22. IrouiMO" to fa dollar*. iu ate 0 :tp 'Jran e ?t fromn ? *
Bryan lookB like McIJ11h .. his many frietidit as a candidate lor Inc office o.. ) lOQti/loO.lo.urf. Oc-toher, A. Li. (Ii48. nholl ezItira|> 'on the flrntTu
usinjjless than one-third ofl the contents J II AViiliain iu see S2., tp 8. 22 .
Tas Collector of Bradford school yt't the hisl'-est grade fur ladies and at tin doilars. rangeS -sil.iy after the flr<*t M. u.i.v> in November, A.U .
JMcKinlcy and Uryau are ii the results were niagic.U-rflccling an enr county. gentlemen, Sewn departments: Collegiate, Mrs.! Nellie E Mahonft in sec 24. Iprange 7- IWW. and the tcru rt u( electetl laNodniber
academic preuirutorf.| tiu.b-p'-epnratory, nuinicr.rt Mrs Lncluda Townsend, in sec 22, tp 6, rangev 21 from UK lo 150 doilnrs.W ,, A. I). i.t.t. 'iall esiafwwi* UM first
beardless; so was Napoleon ijoKinley tire cure. I heartily and O'ecv'iilly recoiutaend FOR TAX COLLECTOR and I'livML-el tultii-e. SX iuUtii"3., : large *-,', (ruin 55 to 3/3. Tiiftddv after the flrst Miid.. !It> November, A.

the K-in.-dy to all fioinarrhoti. I announce fit-ully. l cutioii lie am HuLhu'i; heHlthfuT )145 Oildy. ia ti-c C2, tit &, rntt v S?. from I 10'Mrs I- L Itifgir in st-c 24 tp 7 range 21 from 1). li09. and tLerrorrr all 'scnutwr. aintil be elected
is .Methodist. "is sullerinj myself a ciwiUtiie: for tjie oSlceof ) for fou. jei arS.
a Bryan a For furtnei- infoiin i,i'nkt 1.lreS-t tt) iThaLarS. I 100) t<) 20) tVtIars. -
di 'iiis remedy j is) fur sale by Tax Colldctor. and res-pectfully. solicit the UfcV. U}' M. WARD, Trc*. S J Article lit Cf Ainendiueats to the OonMltulionof
i.'urnum, in Zi. 6
Prcsbytetian Cleveland and i sec tp range Si, G E I'uce in 'dec 24 7 31 from
so are ip
; ;
the range
Slarke Drug Co.SEASONABLE support voters of Bradford county. froai M U. iw Uiiiais.R the -tme <>f Florida l sMall tie aiaondctl so aa to
25 to, 1UO) ) d.-llnrs.
Harrison McKtnley is a poor man. \VJI. L. BLAIR. LEGAL UQjIQES. M nit Li est., iu sec 3-2. tp 6, range 22, from ,r aid i>* folloiva:
----S- s -"wNj --v ***' 600 to 7M> Levy .Jolin.s in 24 7
dollars. sec 21 from
: tp range SecU'iu9. Artii.-b- XVII! of the C,oatitutwu !Is

Bryan is just about as poor. Ho- GOODS FOR TAX COLLECTOR Xotitc. N T>. Hniman, in ECU 25, tp 6, range 23, from 150 to 200( dollars. lierchy amended. o as to rest) an follow:

| i<) to W .tuU.i&! SKCTIOX i). A general election shall be held hi
Urt is rich Ihereby John Dyal in sec 24 tp 7 21 fran ,
a Sewell
very man. is announce myself a candidate for the N )) lange each county ia tout State the first Tuesdav
Ice Crpaiii Free7.eiP VOTICE is as provided Ilagaman, ia sec 20, tp 6. range K, from 200 to 250 dollars- on
a ]little riclu'i.] omen of Tax Collec.tor tf Bradford coiqiiy ajid hejtiygiyen y) to ICO) uoliars.! a'ter the Brat Monday in November* A. D. 1>1W,
llobart wears only .leIIv Glaes, solicit the support of the votersat the ensuing in eediou 2,1* -Uittpler 4322 Liws o J ii Johns, iu sec 27. ip ri, range 22, from 130 David Jone. in sec &> tp 7 range 21 td'l every two years- thereafter for ail elective

a mustache in ilre way of Ilirsutea vtttt; Jars, election, promising If elected, discharge the Fl'nida. approved:June IJPI. ISQ5 tlatat; to_ 200 dollirs. from 350 to 400 dollars. are state about and county to expire onTicere.or Tor whoso any term elective of office office

loiiiiuut'; The same is tr-ne ofJewell. hluintocs, Duties; of saiil office to' the best of my ability. a -meeting i of>tvtlit'Brwlford)iaard! county ofcouuty', Florida"coamjsMuners )"- 100 0 dollars II 1'dce,, in sec 27, tp 0, range 22, from 75 I to U" 'harvey ia sec "25tp: 7 range fII 21 I that bhall have become vacant.

J !oiqiiitc4Utiiopies! j jVmdow Re.sjK'ctfu''y. sillingus 'a Board from 100 to 1-50 dollars
> EqittilzMionJuly -
,, C
McKinley and Bryan are *. C. BYRD Blankenburg' in sec STJ; tp 8. rapga 22. irara
The votes cast in with said
\ Screens, 0, 7, ri. Sand1.&V18P6.. IIiQ value fixed 500 to 600 dollars. J H CowHrt in sec 23 tp 7 range 21 from compliance pro-

'good, western nieiJ." hobart and Screen Door by thoiis essiir uprpjlhe, irf-alcatat'ehereiii- Truby. Sternbunr & Co. in sec w, tp B. range; 200lo.82.> jd6Uar! ped amendmenU, and the- canvaan. d ckiration -
FOR.TREASURER.I afler dtsciibui IHJ :.t&ctiotts. 22, from 75 to 150 dollars.T and return thereof gtwll be 8tti>j cted to

svwell are both Atlantic coast tide- At Truby, Sti-rnburg & po's. hereby announce myself a candidate for the 'ranges. Vuii towp lftts was increased tinvuslip, us,:- B Iloyt est.,' in'goc. 'Ltp 6, range 23-"from! from II. W 20 Harvey io 50 dollars.C in sec. 35 tp 7 range 21 tht same regulations and restrictions as are pro

water men. McKiuley and hobart offic e cf County Treasurer, and solicit the support shown In said list, ?
ar*. both of the same &well Wonderful Are the cures accomplished by of the Voters of Bradford county at Che approaching cominjsiioners3d wli1.i in scsion Oil life t o J M Rising. in nee 23, tp 6, ran Q 12, from 200 20( <* Nichols! 'm sec 3 tp 7 range 22 from Florida.Tlie .

age.I Hood's SarsaparllU and yet it is only because election. day nf Augu, 41 t Hu5 court to 50 dollars- attention of the sheriff to called ta the lawXjujnnx
Mrs M R
old enough to be the father of Hood's Sarsaparilla, the one trt4 Mood purifier, X. O. WAJNRIGHT, ltuM in ihti'lo'n.'njpf. ii rke for tlie putlist 500 ii> 550$ dvllarR Morgan-. in sec 28, tp 6, range 82. from- Joseph Truluck erOtic ia sec 5 tp 7 hio to cause a notice of said eUgtJpnto

Itryan; yet there is a difference of makes pure, rich, bcaltliy. lire-giving blood. of iieannir c'RUTJtfuinl from Ilie. -wu-.. 31 Smith est, in Sfc2, tp 6fc raiJjrt'23 from I range 32 from 100 to 150A be published ia & newspaper prinutd in the

Hood'8 Pills! tar the liver $find Bowels,,act FOR TREASciRFR. era ci. :ttetiL' i4- aij -u-nl vsliuc.. ho value f to *4)) dollars. A Johns in sec 6 tp 7 range 22 from county, if there be a newspaper in ttt4 county,
Only seven years iii the. combined of wIlI h 'fluill liut il J M Johns iu sec 23. 50 io 100 do'hrs it hi th
a1ly, yet promptly) atM cfBciently. 2Sc. I hereby auuounce myfelf a candidate for hctn.cflgctl-: tp 8, range 22 front 1,1 W s.rt$ thereJ/e no pawit published ? county

: ages of the Republican and Dem County Treasurer and solicit the auppoct at the Wv D.ucrlass in 20. township 4, rang I I to ,5't' dollars. Noah Geigcr m sec: 6 tp 7 rang 22 from hu siiall cittue at I"nsi five or>[;iei, of thl-notice,

voters ot the 1*. from JaHJaoT Livingston. Truby & Co., in sec 88, tp 6, range 700 uK Slit) dolaa.! to be posted tn the most public pUu:*. Iu tUcounty. >>
forthcoming election. 2 2. front 100 to 2W doilara.J .
oatic nomlneRH. is
JIcKinley a D W Hiukox In iWttti2't C Truluck f-3tate in sec 6 7 .
tp rsn e
I EUGFE 6.ilAT"IIEWS.FOR <)'V! i6hp.4, ranee R I'avis ip se'c SS' ;
19. from Jltw to ilii. tp. 6, range 23 from 100 to 2:2: from 75 1-> 100 dlar4. Ix 1 hare
awyer, eo i is Bryan. McKinley : 1 .doksr4. TSSTTJIOWT WBiB[o? Kerunto eat
1 A E Williams, in seel,1h 13 township&; rans'e Mrs Ivey hugeR in sec' 7 7 hand *nd uffiiKl the t&lL. -
made his COVNTY TREASURER. J Jones. 2 lots in sec 3ft, tp 6, range 22. from tp raaga22; my great
tariff I. troti$00to $ O..V' -
reputation talking ;, ? ; fO to ICO dollars. from 100 t'* l.0! dollars. [ ] *of the htate of Florid St TaJfahABtev

*o did Bryan. Ilebait w a maim office thereby of County atuumnce Treasurer inyself a candidate for-the from W C?i5 AHen/iil to $011 settl.' subject,t.tle audi iT' -I Wa' 1 80 tn 250 dollars. -

.**" aoiutfr-9f protected .ai tides, und of the democratic' voters -in the npproacbing from b C Allen.s) t $70.Iuaeeti.i lT-kiwah1p- 5 range 18. YT A Alf reda lot in- r.fr0l(2.1o- to.300- doA1 !i.;. ; -I: !ul Wihiasnc, iii ilmptoa. see.19 I; .. ..: -- .- .- Jm\yA.Dl- JOUN L. c'RAwFpR; .
c1etdeu,: J. A, LAN'GFORp. ; I ar.
capitalist.. iSo is Sewell.] There P H William in h4'tJa 2J; to-nsWp.5. rangt "-. ytlngtt 2' kott1OQAtO 4.4p;
-" A olib"2ji'ares In Stirbeec'Z
IB from 1D,
: to $J tp Tta1

are niau' points of siruilariiy beween FOR TREASURER.. J It JorJon. In ? ;: T 8w rstn3Th
'' ti> ranfte t
( vKepuftican] ana the Demlocratic I respectfully announce njyse\f a caadidaie -"- AI 4U4Ol0j .. ,4i'j rii 22.Iroi
for the office of County Treasurer o4o3tohltiTL I ( -
national and promise. .MAyflly.ins a 01in Notleeo Fizial l'rool'.
ticket. Yet they I If elected to faitufully dischArgethe Unties of 1 0i1i0t1doUrt e- ,, -. 11 W IHUaJs. ,ia. kwn ofH joptofl _
A O Join, in tg&-a1.tpwpiht -
$rc about ns far apau as they' could said oWes AV. B1OWNLG from C 41Il.ODI.J4 5rang.l8, to trnmk0o I.) 1.t0O4el&ra. L&n.d omce at Galna-irfile, Tie.,
2 z.0i1oflr Wright & tfcatidrett of June,1tM.
John Hroft in seci&tf( 23 iowifihlp jn town Himp
bv. Savannah News. 5 ra
possibly "
FOR TREASURER, frOnk'XiOto0.' t- 0i Uinfrf-m 3.0Ota, 40OO dolKrs. \TOTiCE' !g fefWby gtren that (be (qflowfni
: ; -- Vf.G ,' 1Y named Mttter One fll d notice of her iotenten'tjoo -
i4$* In towfa *f Ifampton'
I hereby announce myself a tnudiJnt fort a Gtftver, in LEh111' 5, rang WSapp.l fj yl ,to nnike finuX proot l io cuppcrf.<* her
THERE will no be any bolt. The offlcejof county treasurersubject to the eti oil 19, from ?2JO( ) w i503?, -- vD -. 8 0080ars. tseZpcrange.23trc. 400iy500dp11dr claim. and that aftitt proof will he unvle beforeCErealt

i. of the democratic voters. B Ktihtrie41inx $& township 5agi ,*foti to ItuIiivatb io pee 26 |p,7 range 23 frooi cJ"r'- ; tcrtirt M Surke, Via., on July 15,, .
big easterg poihic-iatis; reachel ; T.K1XQ. 13, from to.&i0.t ,.- sec 24.ft rv 23 fromKB 800 ii, 250d4hlars. 2 $, vix
**i* mm ism tw Miaa i n ( t - M&R-r i:. PARNELL
hotuf far enough behind the news Thesa shoes fit to perfection and wearj FOR SUPERINTENDENT- Sopba \ iJeo&K a Drew iasec %"tp 6 range 2Z from 5 Juoipec.Dnll in se OF. SCHOOLS \ f'ow p -- : -- Ipft dollars. -' fmnlQpto! ) 150 dollars. .- fonnrIr>IfV E- MeKlna, iow ou'iiuip L..
as only the best 6f leather can. They're G A : : tom McKznney.deccated of Sew 11er, jl-! lid.lLamed .
from fur
the Epptrson.
Chicagi/ effect of the Through the solicitations inction *
I of my friends I hereby tpx C :J.M Alv'arex lot Can '& Scandrett in S3 /
the most comfortable o! on street ia Starke fl sec ; tp 7 range. ths 3 W* &BCU Tp. 8, :ft. 20 E.
pliant- '
shapely, announcB myself a candidate for ';' .' 9i( (tori. .jjO the witnfwteu to.
news to be ween, It was 'olcar thai manage to let in Superintendent ,y oBrown; ; O.doI1ars.- following prove
footwe&K' They always ot Schools of. Bradford sf.9fl e It J. Jones, 4- lots In block 17 in SMrlfc from -'- O iOcJP 5 Co bar cOBt-nuooa re Mene upon cud cnlo alioo ot
most of the rank and file approved air and keep out water. to the action of county.subject fioi 52') t $ic -.: 1 5UOt the yrhnary election Fully( Sun I) Ta.'n4ii ectj a fownUtip. 1. gO frouv 331: to 5l4.J' dollars. : .-. OcnU J. Ketiulti'Sad Ak-s. Kitry, tt'of
both platform and nomnat.ions, I For sale by J. H. AI YAItEZ. recognizing the now iiiore tbao. ever presxinsj tan' 2', Iron, .:5.i -4 00ts1WO; Xkfur. 2 lots- .in- block, t4 ta Starie from JU_ Man i, IH fc 88tp 7 range 23.f/om Wee". J BAitCO.IigJsrer.

need of better schools with O W Mainex. in i 150 to.2i d'.flurs Editt.t'3 tea pal I.
j an experience f K. roaj t rang -JLJI'Jfo.n
while the remainder S Ir-tn in bib 8 and lot
v bit 15 from
were ready toaccept. '
K Jrooi $1m $2ii- .tWi .
a boyhood in school work, encourage me to hoje, I ; LOo-"p &.0Otdo'ara. .. Th t* DiX u lit sec 3i ip 8 range ;32-f ram : :%otlce: *

Among! other things to if elected, that I can do & work of good for t be. J13Q. TUoinftS- -- ia. l-ake.- ,-fluderr- q100t 0 j L Gaskina. kt&and8 WkiO in town'of 250 to 400 dollars. .

come to their view shoitly ia the schools that cannot be measured by the eari 3 I Mrs E E BUI. In like Bnfer.-Xrpn Stark-t I. SJO w WOO. Vs J Griurt m stjc' 23 tp 8 range 22-frora NOTICE fa hereby given by the Board of

mAy hoti! theontce, '" "'* : X J Jone .e of lots 1,S and 5, bOrSS in.Stark* 00tuGOXj5iur( CtMnIh541an31e. cf the county of P.

faci that the party in their state | ', Very respectfully, F. 0. SCRELL. G -F JSUrlTillfe'C- to 2tlerfr- fromto1CO. El J. Aldermna in sec 25 tpS range 22fn Krndfora. StAte erf *1oridA, that they will py a
tato reward f thy liollat tar too arrest atufoonrLtfon -
$,oo. K B Prf'! tots and 7,block >, in Starke, from.' > 100 150 >
_p- m to dollars
will be orgaaized a it has iFVCr- 'pay1tgcGi :o to ioo t4.Lar5V ? ot this partr. or parfee who jaade the
irenctgrowi! ty<'MicR FOR SUPEHIXTE DEXT OF PUBLIC KSTRUCTIOX. MrsSalomeCofaoJ 'jn Mmu '- T B Smith in eec 27 ID. 8 range 22 frora' a.s aalc upon one Hr& Anaie Ilapgood ( ii the
: been since the Tillinan campaign. fc cer "ft Tot'ae In Tu5. II J150. t-t TWSeat.T1otm 2,4, (Jand tr.V OILS and: } 50 tn 1 00 dollars. -'f I tnorninfT ot July 5th, 1 W.Dona .
las Fcrrjr S ,wSetbeta 1'iiiraa \VCLana'G.4 b&in Sr80OtoIdoI1ar I by order ot the LoaM In reftuia-.jeswion,
&_ ; -Every democrat and every convert' v ywhera, VTgictyr announce myself a candidate for Super)n- ./i L TOB IPra, 1 lot 19 _Starfee from a-ow> 500 TB ymith in sec 34 to range 22 from ,, a itlR court bo Mr ia tluslownotiiwrkn FUu,
I ndeut of Public Instruction of Bradfonicountyv P 1b0Io1ara.! t ui> TtU, i4. E A. TOOL
'inH doubtful man in FERRY'SSEED .1 Rer&e in Lel utei-j m floq We.
every eveiy 1' 'CtTpeeilatqwrkej TV, T. WCEKS. Chairman
ANNUALISCisfol subject to JJie Action of--tte: Deuiocratic. J J nes, Ia Lat muler, frutO0 to aa I'S. t W. T Weeks, Clerk of the Circuit Lierk.

voting p'ocinct will be recorded, party thereof. Bad respectfully solicit the et.'k'- Murau. Week b51ID Laidtteifjoj I- ; ttvtton.kt.ettt-444o5.xldonar.lg-okser.- : -IdI.' turt aa **oLIlcio-ilcrk of the-lpftr4! of- ; -- -__

uiarked and Jooked after. Xo O.erapcrat fr 1S9. -rauat3 / port of iny fellow citizens, T S. H1BTI6.. $:.5 to IO v dd CeTLU. utt:iiw Notice.AH .
j :Iri
Moisr&n, Week*
tte tie 1p are hereby warned ag'ilat
e it'th. perrn9
can ehirk'Li* duty aad escape'o.ircacherjr 't D. U. f ERRT I'rt'O&SY t FOB KCPEHINTEXBENT OF IT LlC ET- : train $ 3 W &IfO. t' .. or $ '- &- (_ fradin.xfi. : UueJiiU for $40 CO signest

pQice. ] will or can be : Detroit. AUtfc. STP.CCTION.Atth rsL Ii unea, ft4'izIfl1 ssd1J&* ISWtYzi 7thj1I7 trpaelafavorff.Fr4tarthe
ttarkeJruanr44u .:
,done ami remain unknown. TJief <> earnest solicitation of friends in
preciacts in the county, I announce myself JCGrlffls.inser' -

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