Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/00186
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 1888
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:00186
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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4\DVEftTI I G KATES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS TALMAGE'S SERMON. dred and fire Scriptural scenes in all, that marble pillarwill take them A FfftEMAN'S DEVICE. RECEPTION OF EXILES.

__ with a boldness and a grasp lmost uernatural through eternity. -
SURVEYING. CIVIL ENGINEERING. i 1' i > attains that make Furthermore How D ns. Smofcd Can B Breathed Bow Bnaabui Political Offnd At*
;; % a.1IxI the heart let all reformer*, and all ..
1 Y. J w. 1 m. m. A Pointed Discourse throb and the brain reel and tne" with Perfect Treated at Forwarding (
on the Divine tears i Sabbath-school teachers, and all Chris Inlpnll.
.- I5lDil R. F. ENSEY, Mission of Art. start, and the cheeks blanch, and the entire tian Workers real *e that if they wouldbe The assistant foreman of an uptown The prisoners had disembarked b

aare.. ) ro r. Ou Jt 00 oc J. ,-j _NGcsrmER.: nature quake with the tremendous effective for good they must make firs company wa$ talking tho other fore we reached o destination.

IIrc % !IJ, ::1 40), 12 I! (0 00 20 45 Hiuares. 'JIJ things of Odd and eternity and the dead. pictures, if not by chalk on blackboards, evening about the great perfection to found them assembled in two dense
5 t- 1 U(J I SO QIC6OO BTARKE, FLA. Good Pictures Sermons In Themselves_ I actually staggered down the steps of or kindergarten designs,'or by pencil on of -
!! 7tJ 1(100( 12X() IsM 30) )( which the service has been brought in gray at the end a lone ,
uare uares 1000 1.SI'I 20(0 sum I jjoi nca Draulrbt .g. estimates. leveling, etc., executed Those Pandering to Depraved Tastes the London Art Gallery under the powerof flanvasj! then by word. Arguments are New York, afid after declaring the tug which was .surroundedand c

line for the first aad the cent with accuracy and dispatch. Had Better Never Have Dore's "Christ Laaving the Prae toriurn. soon forgotten bitt pictures: ,, :whetherin she
cents a Insertion. Terms. f5' per 12 day cash. Been Light. ." language or in color; are common opinion that otfr fire-brigade tue it a sort of cattlepen bya
.-ch eubsequent what effects. IS the; in world continued: plank walL Here they were I
Profess to produce strongest
clal raCe for time advertisements upon yon be.a Christian man or bet th
atkm at the oflioe.MJBStBIFTIOIY. woman and see no Divine niUsuta id.af Christ was always telling what "But I see tltey"'have i'ro'uco r identified, counted and turned over by

;I. HAYKES, Rev. 'r. DeWitt Talmage took for the and acknowledge you no obligation eitherin p thing was like, and His sermon on Germany and England cta new thing the co.f officer t the warden of the

ICATKS. subject of a recent sermon in the Brook thanks to God or man? the Mount wfri ft great picture gallery, which, we adopt it, will increase prison. The
.. lyn Tabernacle "The beginning with d ke4clt: .Of a ''city oil ft i she
Divine Mission of It is no more the word of God when .
,year................7.................*tGJ I DE:1.VTXS-r: Pictures." His text wasi JI:Before.us id printers' ink than by skill put hill that can not be hid,'' find ending with our efficiency wonderfully- There can tfaa divided transversely through te

months.... .................. ......... 50 The way of tie Lord c'f: iosM! Stidil i fte tljion Ml lay iilg: W of wilorrf* or. design's. oil a tempest beating against two htfriseQn l be no doubt of Its great value if theaddcfvrtts middle b lo woe barricade,

11 subscriptions must be paid iBTariably in. B'ocfc.. pleasure pictures.-Isaiah, ii., 12-16. metal through incision "or corr sejrl{ .' ;'on the rock and the other on the sand; 1 have hard of u recent trial one whch was a fenced in

ince. No discrimination In favor of anyommublcations Office ever Joue. Brick Pictures are by some relegated to the What a lesson in morals was presentedby The paf abl
,. all mutters of local -- realm of the trivial, accidental, sentimental Hogarth, the great painter in his two ; parable of the sower' who Went i designed to enai!lc> the1 weare(Cbreathe of the oceiswho had

et solicIted from upon all ]arts of the counly GEO. BAISUEN; or worldly, but my text shows pictures, "The Rake's Progress," and forth to sow a picture; .pafbI ef the of I and work with conl'ort and t take part in the reception of the .
unmerciful servant a picture parable
that whether God scrutinizes pictures, and and Cole's"The Miser's Feast of ," the and by Thomas the ten virgins, a picture; parable of the ease in U femora filled with the denies! party. Abut half the exiles hfld been
engravings of
SECRET SOCIETIES.Iford Painter and Paper 'Banger used for right they are or good wrong or purposes bad, whether, is a Human Life," and the "Course"Voyage of Empire talents, a picture. The world wants pictures smoke, or even with poisonous ga.es formally 've' and were stand '

-'-- -- matter of Divine observation and rraignment. ," and by Turner's "Slate Ship" and the appetite begins ,with the "The appliance as nearly; a I can ing at eastern end of the shed.
Lodge No. 42, F. and A. 71. God child, who consents to go early to bed if 1 fcavo in
STARKE FLA. in art Christ in. art Patriarchs, make out from the descriptions while the other half were grouped
ocular communications third Fatuidajriqi The Divine rnissidn prophets and apostle la artltAngels id the mother Will sit beside him and rehearie consists of a sort of mask a dense throng at the western
:i month L. W. KICKL1TEK, 1ft. M. GUARANTEED. of pictures is my art Heaven in art! The world and the a Stbry; which: U only a picture. hard end
K. WAiXiuauT. Secretary. ALL WORK ubject. .liirch ought ,to come: the higher When We1 see ho* muck1: hM be'eri ae- protct the mouth, nose and waiting for their names t b

-- ----a-- ,, That the artist's pencil and tho etf-i nfeclatidri, the Divine tot,.mis'sion! of pictures ap-- complished .in secular direc'tioria' oy'pict: eyes L'here a respirator with a called. The women who stood

:717 Lodge No. 10, I. O. O. 1*. BUG & WILLSj I averknife have sometimea been made- yet the authors o! tEetrlllsv8 llerl- ures-Shakspeare',; tragedies a ,pictfir?. indiri Hibb' mouthpiece This is huddle together h a group by them

feets every Friday night at Odd Fellll" subservient to the kingdom of the bad is erally been left to semi-starvation. West, Victor lI KO'fJ writings all pictures; JoluRuskin's held in placO by ari efastie band which were mostly in
frankly admitted. After the ashes and and Tennyson's and Longfellow's I pc
L Trantieut brothers cordially Invited toVnd. the great painter tolled in unapprecia- passes around thd and also by tumes, with .
Hoi J.a1.
scoria enlist
Grand.J. at Law were removed from Herculaneum works all plctures-wut
L. Noble tion till skater
C. HULL Attorneys being a great whileon
and Pompeii the walls of those far for churches ana projections which are ttotweeu the over their and their faces,
C. WILLS,Vice Grand.J. cities discovered the ice he formed the acquaintance of as as possible, our heas
L FIELD; fecretary. Isox: 41. to the explorers a degradation in General Howe, of the English aimy, and schools and reformatory work and evangelistic teeth aud R lange which lies betweenthe thought great anxiety and apprehension.

STARKE, FLA. art which can not be exaggerated. Satan through coming to admire West as a endeavor, the power of thought teeth lips. The air is The men all wore bug(

[ Independent Order of lied Men. Will practice In all the Courts !& the Fourth aud aU his imps have always wanted tbe skater! ,,they gradtiallytame to appreciated that can be put into word pictures. if notpictures' drawn i through a of small gray overcoats over coarse linen shirts'
fingerhg of the would ratter all
dftselj thdy In. color Yea, why not
: OLA TRIIIK No. J. Fi.onir.A.Counc.ii and fifth Judicial Circuits.ROBERT have possession of that than the art of his tiiuch hand.tftat whtfn, acom'plished' bf jottng men draw" tor thtfrnseltea m paper, filters, one ,after another which ore i and trousers; most of them were i
his head
i ench Wednesday's Sleep at theli printing* for types are not so potent andhuick \ painter as by, was :pursued; Potissin,. and,had iomig1ity with pen'6'jF. peri?!!;. their coming Safeer, charged successively with wet sponge, Chains-, and the bare heads of the convicts

warn,Marle Fla. KEITH for enl fts pictures. The powers of Of ,virtue if they prefer that ot vice if cotton-wool with aKd penal colonists
ansicnt brothers cordially Invited to to nothing with .which to defend himself coton-wool. charged th ha bl
darkness think they haVe gathered d they prefer that"After ffisfefrig,the'pict animal .
glycerine half
J. N.JONES Sachem against t1e: rod!> hut the artists portfolio longitudinally i away

.. MIU.ON, Cnief of Itecords. triumph, and they have, when, in some which he held over his heaa to keep off ure',' put it ori_the.wall or paste it..oC thf filters are very lightly packed so aa to that one side of the scalp was ...

Attorney at Law respectable'narlor or public art gallery, the: stones hurled at him. The pictures of tJ !ea* of Homefavorite, book; that you offer liitib resistance to the air as it is .S smooth and blue while the other side) '
they can hang have befo: ;. I.read" the other
canvas embarrassing to Richard Wilson of may O !QU '
fiion. sold
of'rf'lnperante.eetse..ery England, were
in the good but fascinating to the evil.It for fabulous sums of after his day of a man who had been aieitrta'dt f 6r" drawn in by the :