Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1893
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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I ''f',. :i- __-_ FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER- ..22: 1893. Wt NO. 14


.. :w CONGREINESSION.$$ $ I I 1 o\-'r TUIRIT-'f the ftdtrnl IRD Dtv.election-The repeal struggle bill I AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. 1 NEW CAMPS I MORE FEVER INBRHNSflCK STARKE DRUG CO.

f 1 was begun in tilt. lloitse .'Iliursdny i -- Of Confederate Veterans ai Announced .

Be Daily Bontine of! Both Honses : morning nt Ihe opening of the session j by General. Cot tudl.'. .

j 111j the republicans} under the lend of Attain! of GoYeraeifaiiil] Hontifle of The general commanding! aflflotUlciea Two Deaths iron lie Drd BiscaseOccrriWesay. i WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

i Briefly Epiloiaizel 1 Burrows, who filibustered to preventthe : the fellowship df tHe following named

\1 reception of tho report from1 the tte House gd Senate fibcustt camps iti. the organisation (if.the I C Chemists.
conimittee on election of president I arid
Confederate Veterans.-
;_ What Is t'lng Done to Allay 1Jnan' I United Manufacturing
: nnd vice president in favor of the
I their respective riunlbers; to .wit: J. Another HAsty JIO from the Citjr.
: t rial Depression nnd thin; Ut'ller.f Tucker;: bill. On Burrows: motion to : Notes of Interest Concerning the Peo. B. Johnson No. 377 Gfalrid :!

it -- I I dispense with the call of committeesforreports I j pie and Their General Welfare. View, TeL ; Camp camp, Stewart, No.; 378, ; Other,flatts Quarantining Our stock is the purest and best. Prices the lowest.

republicans refrained from Piedmont Ala. Confederate Vete- \ I
; Two deitite I
froin fever occurred -
THIRTIETH DAT.-Iu the senate, ; voting, thus breaking The i yellow We
ft our
quorum. I Congressman Oates, of Alabama, rans' Association camp, No. 379, 1\ in BrunsTnci night. guarantee
Tuesday j
Monday, Mr. Cameron was present for ; vote resulted, 4 106. The j
yens ,
nays Ozark No.
1 La.
proposes to introduce a bill providingfor Farmersville, ; camp, The fell the cofaminity I Ij
4 1 the first time hiuee early in tho !session. I call of the hone wns then ordered. j' 380 Newton Ala. Colonel Garrett news upon AGUE CURE OUR ASTHMA SPECIFICAnd
Mr. Hill adding the territory of Utah to ; Wednesday morning like a and FEVER AND
was jircsent after tenda.v's When the foil of absentees ,was inprogress I pal (II ,
I Nevada BO as to make that state the.. camp, No. 381, Summerfield, Ala. ; I the city is again shrouded gloom
absence. :Mr.: Pt-nVr presented' fti member for whom I
every an size hnd of sufficient Mecklenburg canipj No. 382, Charlotte,
from proper popula despair. i iI j jj make to be the best.
petition praying I everything we
i Pennsylvania excuse was offered was excused from
r. : N. C.- Friendship camp, No. :.JS3.
; Killian German shoe-
, ; r. \,.' that gold nud eiher and attendance. Tlrs led )I1' Wilson tion.A j Chares a
paper money
; 1j; republican Hartzell Ala. j Prairie damp, '
{ ; i. Grote. m hrta little next to
issued tho I Washingtondispaehays ; The interesting : ; 1ho a shop
: by be based
t government ou of ask
Washington.to whether ,
No. 384, Prairie Grove, Aflc. ; J. C. 1 bank Prescriptions Carerully Filled Dayor
of the Ogleihofpe ilndWho the in tta physicians'
I: labor. lIe also rose to nporhonal e- the absentees could not bo excused ceremony weighing Albertville {
i white house took Miller camp No. 385; I rear of the building wis tAken f,
plauntion saying he introduced a bill collectively! instead of The baby place Tuesday ; s,1
individually. No. 386 San
V with nil such Ala. ; Jeff Davis camp, Tuesday and died at 11 o'clock '
l'clatattending event. m
for the establishment] } of n college of speaker} replied' that they could not. | an Leoriidas p. Night.
f3 ecience Washington the other I, "Well 1 The scales showed just ainc pounds Augustine, TeL: ; ; ; Dr. Guiteras, the government expert,
at ::\
day t.llillIr.. "Wilson he took J
as 0.
the request ofthe author, and himself' his seat, "I .nought we could 1 and u quarter, It is stated at the camp, No. 387, Pittsbor.. N. was called in and pronounced it a. q'MtI: E FA.
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) '*as not resposible fur it. :'rr. Dolph through quicker if we excused themin I \\hitehoiihethat both the mother and 1 1I ------- I typical case bt yellow jack. The other | .
'. j child continue to do well. The was the case of a Swede naifle'l BallI -
'I damp
; presented u petition the Methodist job ]lots. A motion() adjourn was i .
'I conference, recently in session in lost-yen*, 47; nays, 143. The Tuckj j. weather has had no ill effect on either I II OUR LATEST DISPATCHES, I I inger, who has been for several days

l : Albany On. for tho of the I iof them, in the city hospital The attending .
rcpeiil er resolution WilE then rend. It 1'e I II K.L.'eI all tannrtt of the mat-oat menbnM t 4cnmGONORRHCBAiHGLECTIaitos
f Gary net. Cameron antI Qua IJr 'sen- Vokes a111'a\"es of absence c'pt those : The senate will not have a monopo- physician it yellow fever
ted numerous petitions for free coinage : granted "ji account sickness, and dl- j J ly on filibustering. As soon as the house The Happins! of a Day Chronicled in I exhumed, but Dr. Gniteras after it had buried the body and KINCH I #_. tnmaamt.af effotu.Nentcame 1*xncU.1W'I.5c* : )
soon was
V of silver. rcctH the scrger.nt'at-arnis: to telegraph met Thursday morning the Republicans t; BUM CO, ff
f ( held Bl PI's IrY.nIa
TiiiRTr-FiusT DAY.-The vice pres- '' for absent members.: The previous: 'i! commenced filibustering tactics against; Brief! and Concise! 'Paral'aDhsA.hd I a autopsy in company with Dr.

., .,- f idcnt laid before the senate Tuesday.. question having been ordered a half : the consideration of the bill repealing Dunwoody. Both agree that it was

: liiorning the reply' to the resolution hour of debate was had, an'i'.hic; 1 I, tile election laws by failing to answer yellow fever. T _. ---- --. --._ --,--
Cbnlnlnlu fI I Gist of the News I Another of the Cox children
their c one t
for information
calling about the purchase Mr. Turner's resolution was adopted to names and swarming to a

; t of silver and clnss of money\ tl and the house at 2 !t4."> o'clock. ftdjourned : the cloak room and.leaving the house, From All Paris of the World. boy twelve years of age, is down with I TRADE REVIEW.

.; out for it. It stated that no silver was ; I nnd having yeas and nays called on excusing the fever. I -- I
J bought with certificates redeemable in members. -- Another case is reported from one of Dan It Uo.'g Report of 'BusUes* lot ,
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I f gold since March 4, 1893. Stewart's ,I Representative Cooper, of Florida, The United States cruiser Detroit, .; the tug boats in the harbor, and judge the Pas Week. | BOTANIC

-., resolution
.. t called np and nnd he asked that it go calling for an investigation of the Thursday morning, sailed from Fort physician, it"wl develop into for the past week says. : ,

1 over till Wednesday, which took course of United States Judge Swain Monroe; Yn.,for Rio ..If'.J ancitli? Bra iI, yellow fever. :I Improvement has extended from the BLOOD-BALM

: away the expected chance off with a view to impeachment on charges undeldrders to protect Ameticatl itt PANIC REI S. banks to tbe The condition of j
fhe Drift of Her Progress ai Prosperity mis. .
J an exciting time The repeal affecting his administration of busi- terests. The town is panic stricken again I great distinctly mended, A thoroughly tested Remedy .

' bill was taken up, tnllIitchel1::\ Briefly NoecL! ness in his court, especially in the A Washington dispatch! df Thursday find thousands are fleeing in terror. though still seriously depressed. I. FOB ALL .
.. bf Oregon, addressed the senate in matter of the improper appointments says: Rear Admiral A.W; All had hoped that the danger was More important by fa than any rise i BLOOD afld SKIM DISEASES.This .

opposition. of masters anti J'eceinrs.Ir.. Coop- Weaver of the navy, will soon1 be retired passed* and many, including one doctor in stock in the fact that more work standard remedy bu been trtt.

.,... THIBTY-SECOXD DAy-In the absence Happenings of.Interest Portrayed in er's action is taken in obedience to und Commodore George Brown, do tot think there had been a have resumed during the past week. an and eminent not found,hyIciaL'waintntr..for who forty ba years ow4 b

t of the vice president, the senate was Pillij Paragraph. resolutions passed! by the Florida leg- now in command of the Norfolk navy genuine case there fit all. Df Gnite than have stopped operation, so that with dUaasea certain wbleb auf uuvaryir'U is recommended.*success fr all I I
presided over Wednesday bv :Mr.:\ Hnrtis hate been the force of the j 101 txuiettt from the lint dO' .
? ; i islature. yard, will be promoted to the vacancy. ras states that these cases producing country, never ( to drlvtnff oat all
and effectually
: !!, president pro tern of tho senate. Patent Commissioner has The steamer El Cid broke recordon kept from him or he would never have after months of constant decline, has lUMaM eulokly cerms ,from tba gyntem tbroavnin
: A bill for bimetallic The for which the colon'IDPn'R Seymour a iniJinm of tb. akin liver and kidp -
a money system purpose been served with a summons to appear her maiden from New Orleans announced that the danger was probably begun to increase. Dispatches mention : ,.without any unpleasanortniUTtoUSd.ew.
} was introduced by Mr. Peffer, by request conft'l'cnce"hich convened at over. He there is now twenty-eight textile and thirty t It (4 not the result of Ignoranc
before the district supreme court and to New York, where she arrived ga"edanger or sujMfHtHloo bat It IB upon I
\ but referred to the finance RoaholvPi: Y a.,ouI1ny was called made I works which have
was show of an epidemic, and common setts-and a thorough knowledgeof
cause why a writ of mandamus Thursday made the trip from meta resume I
hating dwl tenc J*e5eetaatly
committee. It thnt all the I itself apparent 'Wcdllc'Hlllnight when modern m !
provides who is not free from some only with part "
should not hew issued to the state of South :Pass bar on Mississippi:: rivet absolutely danger tbe blood and bringso"auntotbesufferer.
of issue hereafter upon a resolution, the contention resolved textile and nine iron works A,a.eDerl IGI..
paper money prior of taking it had best leave at once. twenty-five .
South Carolina to the to Hook in and"
compel registration Sanday four days, two Jt to without a rival 'analyslaoj I
paid out by the United States to place a colored 1110118 state have It is that It l .
, treasury stopped. expected .log properties
. I of the trademark "Palmetto. hoots and twenty-five minute' CONFIDENCE WAS with remed7.. I
= shall be tic-ket in the field to at RTUNG.I beyond eoin adsnn any .1
stamped "Redeemable in \'Oh.tll1POI1 I IFor I of the Fall river mills will stat I
. V equal sums of gold and silver or in the November election. i The suit is brought by States Attor- A Knoxville, Tenn., special says: Business had just begun to settle soon most, the hands assenting to reduced I oQared Ills ..&tbC pbll..u..paO&S'M&f life quickly I I
ney Townsend. The application for down. home iibed blood-tht cnrr nt r ; I
first in of coming
the time its history People were on .
? United States treasury notes thus re In the course of interviews with : wages. evoiIa.tt. m.111.
the registration wag refused by an examiner. of train. Laborers ere. and <* ''r
1 the were getting Cabl
I eighty-seven years, University every I Jpt
deemable. The resolution offt'retllast The markets
bank officIals and presidents of commercial money are more K''_
An appeal was subsequentlyfiled. back to work and BI.U..JwP.
I Tennessee to a was n'
wan opened women hopefulness
Monday by Stewart for a committeeof bodies it is learned that the I healthy; the premium on currency baa Fem.
The refusal to register 'vas on and hereafter' members of taking possession in lines of trade. me**, Xcrroa D tiC I II
f. inquiry ns to senators holding trade outlook at Raleigh, X. C.. is fine, Thnrsday al almost vanished; the embarrassments 1 .
the that state has
grounds= a no rightto It like of .
the fair will be admitted to this came now bursting a I YOURSCLr.
etock. of national banks sex in well $NVZTIATC FOR
interested domestic have
I or being that crops are good, that there ispleiityof exchanges nigh
deal in liquors outside of its own institution on the same basis as men. shell in a beseiged city when theythought Send for our rr** Book of Valaabto .
k "V in them was taken up and money to move them and that they limits. The decision in the case will the routed. All disappeared, and while very little lmtmtttutozetber with a wonderful -
J Stewart made The board of Inland quarantine at enemy arehopitJ.g array of certificate of remarkablecures
: an argument in defense made than is yet available for commercialor ,
were more cheaply ever money Ir-
the mont
establish and test the simplest to
an interesting prec- for the beet b t fear the worst. frm
j of his resolution. i before. It is also stated that the farm- j edent. Wilmington, N. C., held} a meeting industrial loans, there is some relief .lent after all known remedlw wIth

't.... } THIBTT-THIBD DAT.-Numerous petitions ers in that section are nearer out of II I Thursday and quarantine restriction's QUARANTINING .AflilN. in that respect also. September1st off had faie. These sound certificate ibM OhDIC tlt Blood
"j in Judge Turner introduced a judiciary several southern cities which The board of Savannah I the iron Balm the b1.cblapes.lolduS.cre\
r were presented the senate debt thju they ever were before. [ against city sanitary output of furnaces blat Mt f wprul1Uud
'i Thursday morning favoring the free The old confederate soldiers uf bill in the house Wednesday morning had been previously removed, were held a meeting Wednesday night I was only 85,500 tons weekly, against Known to tbe wold.
:I .' coinage at different ratios. Faulkner 'I which will effect all property in re-established to Brunswick, Ga. and considered the official reports 107,042 August let, and 181,551 May PKioK-ft.00 per bottle; I&.00 for t boUla.
Fairfax and vicinity
court Hnd to
Virginia If
house the hands Tor sale by drurrlsta: Dot. W
offered an amendment to tho Wilson for I Georgia how a receiverto The new quarantine will be rigidly en which came from Dr. Gniteras. A 1st; so much lena than half the pro BLOOD BALM .,Atlaate,
are preparing: a grand reunion Address G
repeal bill outlined in his speech the of the soldiers who wore the a great extent. The bill providesfor forced. strict quarantine against Brunswickwas ducing forces were engaged, and yet c. :

Ifother day and asked it to be printed The principal orator of thej> an amendment to the judiciary act The worst fire that ever visited the declared, and measures were takento the manufactories were so stagnant '

V Record. It provides for three mil'lion gray.casion; will be General John B. Gor- of August 13, 1888. The bill providesthat town of Spencer, Mass., broke 'out enforce it at once. that unsold stocks of pig iron in- ..., -

: silver dollars, 412 1-2 grains don. General :M.:\ C. Butler, of South | every receiver or manager of any there Wednesday afternoon andre-: Dr. Brunner received a private tele- creased 22,000 tons A week in August. cong Re'lglons.

i.' !\, weight, to be coined ever month Carolina, Senator lluntou, of Virpinia. I! property appointed by any court of suited in a' total loss of $250,000. gram Wednesday afternoon before It is stated that further reductions in An interest ado

: until $800,000,000 is coined and and '"Private' John Allen, of '1 the United States, may bo sued in respect Fully six acres of buildings were to-. any other news of the prevalence of the output have been made since Sep I a never before accomplhe took

".. ; directs tho way in which pur- Mississippi: will also uelivet addresses.A of an act or transaction of his in tally destroyed. The fire originatedin yellow fever at Brunswick had reached tember began. Soft steel has reached place at Chicago Monlay, wa the
the business connected
' } chases shall be made and money i, carrying on the freight depot of the Boston and the city that two concealed cases the lowest point on record-$20 at assembling of a parliament of religions

; issued. It also provides for the dispatch of Tuesday from Duck- with such property without the previous Albany railroad.( : had been discovered. This, of course, Pittsburgh, and substantially al rail a gathering of representatives of
hill, :Miss.: says: Heavy and continued I leave of the court in which such beliefs of the
Dr. Brunner in the stand he
: gradual redemption of national supports mills in the country are but all the great religions
After little two
IJ f bank notes until no currency of ruins for the past four days have I receiver or manager was appointed, suspension over i has taken that the removal of the there is a somewhat better demand for No such immense crowd h
short and that service such months ago, the First National bank, world
seriously damaged an already on receiver or
that is iu he had hardware barbed wire and before all the
4 description circulation quarantine was improper, as wire rods, during meDo
: Winston
of N. C. will busi-
cotton ::\ cotton I in such suits bo made resume ,
smaller than the erolIuch was open manager may believe that there since the be-
denomination of t"n reason were cases contracts for architectural implementsand able series of congresses
IV in the fields. It has been to some extent him or his agent in the same ness. J. C. Buxton, who has chargeof
dollars. The Wilson bill was then I upon I concealed in that ciy. Now that the supplies are reported at Chicago.In \ ginjrjng,of tho Worid'sYair. ,
i the institution as examiner, waelected _
bolls and that
washed out of the would be served
manner as on
! V called up and Mr. Daniel, of Virginia, process quarantine has gone on again, he will cotton mills resumptionof workis '
remaining is! beginning to sprout, j Raid corporation if it were not in the president ; John G. Miller, of which ia attracting
is active and stringent
his that it the most
began speech. Heas glad to see quite general; the paper business is NICAAGUA s
Danville Va. cashier. The bank
Y caused by the warm wet weather i hands of such receiver.The re into effect. I I, just now, has a popular
how that and
note when the better the
acute panic was j can b3 put doing Troy paper the''
I organized. The People's bank, which tion of about and is of the
_ 'I it Cotton in this section is fully one- ()|>enln of the Cherokee Strip. 300,000 one
over, was easy to see the Sherman third short of the August estimate. The opening of the Cherokee strip suspended a. few weeks ago,will reopen LAT TRAIN INTO WAYCROSS. Illinois glass works are starting and richest countries in the world In natural'reources
I law
had also
to do with several shoe factories.
nothing Bending I |
before October 1 st.Representati'es Brunswick Besides valuable mines ol
Waycross quarantined against
away gold, and the threatened repeal G. W. Dye, one of the wealthiest is the greatest affair that has come While the money markets have
under the control of the present administration of the Lawrence Wednesday. The same schedule .. gold, silver, copper and quicksilver, itproduces
in northeast died
had been in planters Georgia, far I
no in I greatly improved
earthly use bring they are yet
all kinds of fruits
used the late excitement will
.. } ing it back. The conditions brought and has left his fortune to n negro excepting the financial Cement Company, of New York, were during' from the condition, and the i tropical and a
pormal I|i cedar indigo coffee
be in effect the Brunwick and Western sugar.
Within before the on a
few of and committee wel
question. a one means -_
about the the family who attended him for the last years ways in doubt. The
) by panic were enormous crops are monetary > to
railroad. The teminns will be at j i sugar cane grows enormous proportions
1 S ;r increase of debt, unprecedented in fifty years. Dye was never married. I the triftiest, wealthiest and most influential Thursday morning arguing in favor -. situation has changed but little, for '.I and often attains such size that
lie owned 10,000 acres of laud and of the new states of tho great of the protection of American cement Waynesville. has abundance i .
that there been
p lowering prices, hnd been going I an money, i 1 the plantations resemble groves of trees.
rl on for twenty :years, and contemporaneous raised a quantity of cotton. Ho had west will be what is now called\ in the against foreign. It is claimed ALBANY SHUTS HER DOORS. and only confidence in employing it is

, .. destruction of the money power 110 incmbtrs of his family l living with i I school boy's geography "Indian Terri under the operation of the McKinley, .Mayor Gilbert, of Albany, received lacking. ATLANTA MARKETS.

t silver. him and his attendants were faithful >i tory." The climate of that country isunsurpassed,1 law, that the price of Portland cementis I a telegram from Mayor Lamb, of Failures for the week have been only '

" np roes. To these he left his state. I >cing midway between the lowered to consumer fifty cents a I Brunswick, announcing yellow fever. 323 in number, against 385 last week CORRECTED WEEKLY.

I t THE nOV.'>E. His executors are lending men in Klj j cotton-producing states of the south barrel and the amount of importations; ,, As a result of this information Albanyhas and 430 for the week preceding, and re.rl.CIeRArbucke..*.

\ THIBTIETH DAY-In the house Mon berton. One is preacher. Dye was and the wheat belt of the north. and revenues increased. again instituted a.qarantine against 25 in Canada against 33 for the same '. 23.10 110 ft.t .

I 'day the chaplain prayed that the life 83 years of age. i| Anything will grow in Oklahoma.The .I Pittsburg, Pa., and vicinity is suffering shat city and it will be more rigid than week last year. While one large mort- a ,Lfo 231O 2310 GrnE.

\{ of Mrs. Cleveland may be spared nnd A special of Tuesday from grains of the north and the tex from a shortage in sugar according before. gago company swells the aggregate of tra mon choice IGalTc. good J9 fai 18iC

her little daughter attain the high type :Miss.:\ says: Largo gin XatcheZ'1 tiles of the south find a rich fruitagein to a dispatch from that city., LOOKS LIKE AN EPIDEMIC. liabilities for the week, the average of I granulated-; 8ugr-raate ";Whhf its generous fructifying soil. This : Thursday. Wholesalers: are unable I the other failures lower than f extr% 0 4Mc New yellow
of womanhood already reached by her cotton sheds belongiug to E. i I' Dr. Guiteras said was ; Or"a tit<

;. distinguished mother. :Murray:\ colored at Carlisle, iu ClayhorlH'ifs.., was I' land the was red set aside; as when an ideal conscience-countryfor they say', to fill more than ten per ing that it looks very Thursday much like morn an usual, 262 being for less than $5,000 I I" &Orleans/, %c;yeloW 450 extra; pre a-&>!<$4Qc e Syrup;.common-

I member, asked unanimous con- burned Sunday night by a mob of man, cent of their orders. They say the epidemic is threatened, though the each, and only four over $100,000each. 20@30c. Molaoaea- Cuba 35@38cumitation -
stricken the white drove
. Bent for the introduction and immediate whitecaps. The gin house was posted i population shortage is chargeable directly to the slow of the disease is 2@ Teas-Ba k aj@55c; green
him from his home the Atlantic appearances a Clove
\' consideration of a joint resolution about three weeks ago by whitecaps, : on refiners and is particularly exasperating hopeful sign. Each death has been CO 68. 2@30Y.Jamai

W appropriating $20,000() for the aid off who threatened its destruction if any coast.rioutous Vegetation Insurance. there Coal abounds grows in in just now on account of .the fruit'canning complicated with weakness from other HOME RULE REJECTED. Canl0@1Ye Alpice pepper 10@1c 12 Mace

L1 the sufferers in the devastated portion cotton should be ginned there before and preserving season beingat illness. i i 'Lo Bloc, Ret 6c; o 5c;
untold quanities, and its rivers run its The scarcity applies onlyto The House of Lords Divided and Voted Japan @5'/e. Salt-Hawle/g
; ., of South Carolina. It was referred price of staple went to 10 cents per I height. APPEALED TO THE GOVER OR.I "Y ; Imp
beds' of saline dairy 75e.Chccso-flatp Hal3)
to the committee on. nppiopriations. pound. A number of gins iu adjoining through of deposits indus-capaNe refined }products. I I morning Governor North- Adversely to the Bill. White flab,Vg bbl.$. 00; pail 60c;

. f The house adjourned nt 'i :40.v counties have been similarly | developing a great new A Columbia, S C., dispatch says: I Thursday received a letter from'Mayor T. W. A London cabla dispatch says: The Soap-Tallow, 100 bars, 75'Iba *: .*3.15.

THIRTT-FIRST IhY.-In tho house, posted, but this is the first ono that try. The hoard of regents of the state luna en house of lords divided Friday night at turpentine, 60 bars,6O lbei2.25s2.5OCandlesParaflne .;
Lamb of Brunswick asking for state ,
To Dedicate C'hlrkanaiiga. llc star He.
; Tuesday, Mr. Hepburn, of Iowa, introduced has been fired. : General Grosvenor, of Ohio, has in- tic asylum acted very decisively Thurs aid for the Brunswick sufferers. ,The midnight and the resul was the rejection I I 40v;.$4 00;ZOOs t3 00a3 75; ;2OO. fl Mthe; 6
a resolution, which was referred on the demands of the Southeastern of the motion vote of 419 W Ib
f A special of Wednesday from Lexington day SgroHB 75.Soda-KegbnIk"Xc;d
trod ed bill in the house to provide sent the following reply to t
. f to a committee on interstateand Ky., : It ia stated on good a tariff associations, which has been governor .' 41. All the bishops went with 5Xe;cases, lib 6Ue, do 1 and ylb* doVU
says :' for the dedication of the Chickamaugaand Mayor Lamb: I 6e. Crackerasoda S XXX butter6cXXI
foreign commerce, culling on the that Colonel W. C. Breckin- after the board for months in regard to majority. The announcement of the
authority 6c shell and exceLsior-
- Chattanooga national military DEAR Rnu- I have read with deep regret the ,_ i pearl oysters :
t secretary of the treasury! for informa- ridge will return to Lexington and { park. His bill provides that ten the wiring of the institution for their .1 news of the nioin'ng.; making kow the result was received with laughter and 7c;lemon cream 9c;XXX ginger snaps 9o;corn-

tion as to the Amount of merchandise make such statements as will foati'fy'the j' thousand dollars shall>0 appropriatedfor electric light plant.. Some time ago crac again of yellow fever your ap some cheering. The house was then I t hills 9c. Csndy-Aaorted stick 'Xc; French

!, entering the United States over the Ashland democrats that he is still j this dedication and that the the regents went to great expense to I tlep'.ore! : tie fat that the state has not pro- cleared of spectators and adjourned $6 mixed 13o. Canned mackerel goods-Cond*3 95a4-rwo-J Milk.
Titled medical! authority upon which I could 0. S-
; Canadian railways and waterways. A' a fit subject to represent them in con-1! secretary of war be authorized to deter- remodel the wiring in accordance with to render acrv'ce. Further the state immediately. mo 0&6075 0 1tatO. W. oster*! ; .
resolution plashed the house to take tho demands of the association. Another cal yo. of the building the I I tlS3 50 a 3 $2.10
I a gress. Colonel Breckinridge will bo mine all arrangements, The president! not suppl me with any fund upon which Outsde police ; c 5 tomato
:.. recess at 2 o'clock Monday next to attend received with an ovation, and he will j congress, supreme court, head of exec- I I demand was made. Te regentsat I could draw for the care of the sick or fo the. ha kept a free circulation during the I I B potash nickel S 2. SthPerl 4c; Lamp$..500.r .
control of the disease. I am. therefore, powerless ;
the ceremonies of their said to association At "
r centennial receive the hearty assurance of his ; of the meeting midnight a distinctive
tive department, the general to aid yon ia this way. If you can suggest e\"enng. 'r PaeklesplainormiietlpintatOOal 4QtIJ
of the laying of the corner stone of constituents that he will be given all j and admiral of the navy are invited that, if it wants to, it can cancel to me anything, within my power, for the aid demonstration was held, $1 50a1 80. Powder Rifle, keg* $ .5. Wa'

the capitol. the time required by him to clear himself "1 army to participate with the Governors every insurance policy on the prop of jonr people anl help in this emergency, consisting in the flourishing of the I l $2 00;% kegs 1115. ShoU BO per

- p THIRTY-SECOND DAY-\Ir.::\ })'nnon, of the scandalous charges of :Miss: of the states and their staffs and the erty. either the officially service.or personally,etc.I will, gladly render union jack, the singing of patriotic FI..r. final and .Heal.,

. ? of Alabama, offered a resolution in the :Madeline:\ Pollard. survivors of the several armies there Asensation was caused at Jackson, er. tinly.. :NORTHEX, Governor. songs and cheering for Lord Salisbury I f Flor-F'. ; fancy patent$3.3)$5; fanny 01; second f3 pateat family
; house Wodnt-bdny morning declaring when it became the duke of Argyle and Joseph I[ S3 Corn-No. 1 60 ;
Collector Webster Columbia, S. engage October 17 and 18, Miss., Thursday, Camp Haines will be inaugurated 0. whit m8.
that whereas the house was nd- that :: W. H. Gibbs Chamberlain., Skyrockets were sent :" .mel 33j; :
event. known
received notification are the dates set for the grand \1. an'd- Surgeon MaGruder will take -
4 Wednesdayfrom I o5a90c.
journing from day to day, while expst up from the precincts of the house proof 8 rye, Georgia
the internal revenue department His bill also directs that the secretaryof master, had arrested on wa- charge. The people have little hopeof ; Hay timothy, large "ales! $LUO
'I. the people \\< re demanding notion to collect 10 cent tax from the : war shall have authority to procure rant sworn out by Postoffice Inspector egress now until after frost. The and the answer greeted with ringing i No 1-timothy, large be $1.00choice

t the house should authorize the per the cheers. _____ timothy small baleal ; 1 ,*
Columbia Clearing House such supplies and services as may Thomas charging expostmasterwith following bulletin of the board oi jSHELLING : small a.
bales. $1.00 No. 2 timothr.
banking and committee to A&-1.ciation.l ; be
t-urreiu-y bill introduced on their issue of clearing !\, be necessary and to call upon the the embezzlement of $392.58 health explains itself: t RIO. : Meal Plain 68e; bolted 56j. Whe.t -
; report immediately u tificates which have beeu411culation 10ca r--- heads of the several staff departmentsof The alleged embezzlement took place To the Public:. The board: of health announces -- i Large' saoke 80c, small lao 80o. Cotton
: by McLuurin, of South; Carolina, r I there two cases of yellow fever Steam feed-$1.10
providing cwt.
s th for such material and the last months of
tho during = May
f for the io!ol1t'.,f 12.%,000,000 in several weeks/1 1'.. e'. army Apri now nnder treatment in the city, and that i The City.Bombarded bj the Brazilian sme-S13\rr 5Oa6e bilite,7
. f trpuRjtrv notes for lhi ivlicf} ,of the was 100,000, the t nct (. ,- stores as he may deem. necessary in and June of this year, or before docs not deem that it has a.se the' Rebel Fleet. Btu e beans ps.6.?pr per b1hl
te ( to connection with the dedication., Gibbs went out of office. Major Gibbs S. Pearl
000 Colectorof an epidemic. Lmunn I tLTSa : *-
; ; tieEd A Ten :01. $2
eople.. It was objected to and went be J Washington special of Thursday .
appeared before commissioner Mosely, Chairan Po'fem (...try Pr loee.V
'f over under the rule. :Mr.:\ Richardson, this tooeisively Jmp r nc l1 .t e. Oftlce'Jlobbel.1i C. C. BODET. cretary. : Secretary Gresham has received ,
i SflfrW says
L and 17al8o Batter-Western creamery
.c : .... waived examination was placed l Egg
t' t. tl_
Tennessee culled hisbill to UlOI/from t ; the following from )
() up regulate 22a35c choice other grades
(''WIlv.-: ,, o.the Adams Expresrcompany : under a $1,500 bond for his appear I Ten'Is2
y' the printing, binding nnd distribution ingly O bt'for "- ,-SOCmat1on R The office Those Who Have Lived. ter Thompson, at Rio: lOalS ,a Lin 10@12)4e per'
: of public documents:, and copy of etC.ut .to\tificate and at Al1'on! 0., was entere ance at the next term of the federal 'At 11 o'clock I his miming the r Tolutlonrr Ib; hens 2 and 2So.,. fprina chicken*, .J'

-, asked its immediate coiisiderntion. It their !f" ash.. ry < will forw .I Thursday night \lur1ng the absence of court. I forces Lmbar,1th fort commanding th large 1&small spring 10.15De e'
\ or- ... the safe ol entrance tIme aisenal poultry loalSc ; ehk-
strIpped cneu 15
the. --- ...\"'"., Elliott and to a'recent writer it impossible on
h- The : '. to b Agent According i -
.f was urged ns a privileged matter. .on safe had been wharf in the nterof tin city. A few ihel's Inah pat ow, 20.p
Esther p' ttr.; contents.me A Steamer Burned. I to give any close figures the
ufT its
-J speaker ruled that it had no privileges or were frel into the city and woman wan killed pr
b for immediate 'onsiilf.rotiu:1. Mr. ..;' ...+.r' left with the day I7ct only. and con. The steamer Byron Trerice, run- I number of persona who, hare lived on in 1idenct. Comr.erciA telegrams haveagain Strained 8altein thecoinb 12J.c. Onion ,

;; ':. -4 'h ( the bill! be ;. "as\1... &:.8, 'tamed $5,000 sent V the city to pay ning in connection with the Erie and this earth. I is generally consideredthat len furbj/l.lfn. Charleston b 75caIOOpevbn. .
Richardson ..
then moved rjy .,.: .... r'r.. .. of the day, one, in thirteen dies not arrived. Pr.rfaiea..'
;> pirfson every I
t. J' ferred to the house calendar. lDtL' "a bonds, and the re\eIPta Huron railroad, was burned at her I This boxed 1OWolce-cnred bellies
: \ 1000. Several each At rate the dispatch practically disposes of rib side,
. ':": J. Everett bill to amend the Gearyb- .amounting to arresteA about 8t1Sp t of fhtOtitQA. dock at Leamington, Ont., early Wednesday ; would yea.be ti ppnlatiol the hopes of the navy department that l Ce Sng.e bars 12i: nccorduijc breakfast

. '.: f WBS considered and refercd tOJ"JCl.\t) \ persona were morning. Captain Cook and I Aumlua enr popuUtloa of the the cruiser Charleston hal reachedBio an llXatSo.;Caro4b c

:;" .. committee coUaUtisgof.: J'; I" .. ---\I_ .:. the purser jmotifd ,overboard .u\d I wort411 r' tat,iOo tUUSh btcD nnd it i I" bow' believed that nhrf ComputindEc Lat L.- lUJalt

Everett, Gear/; :, Hitt -ind, HI" "K;.. m *- DGtL AI1IH'.c'I'- 1stetlter ; \ .i: ptmIit mitt wcrtj drowned. Uck 1ads ." ; IOt1gQOQ ", durUb,li went tit to Montevideo wttrorf} c.n.".
"'!l Lqurn i '. .- "'K* 4 >"** *- """ Y" I" %burned to dcIbm 1 HY" 4V !t ( t! "" "e'; : ijii 'U
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'BRADFORD COUNTY .1'ELEGRfrH.J f. IMPORTANT' MATTI5B.. Floridafterlenliaral ''.iIeE.; S :: : '"j-EGAL NOTICES '
The State College atCity """ J. W. ANDREWS ;
O ]
_ The Starko" Agricultural; f
"3ftft. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT---' TELEGRAPH every little opens- October ::4Iuimkr:! _encouraging I Notice of Attachment.JOTJC13 .
: ;' ,lrqLr,, BRADFORD COUTYFI.ORbA while refers to'
4L ,_J E. MJITTHKWC., -: B. J. "A hrr... of much importance to newspapers ami director was. )formerly! .pres 1 All other pen-on iut"Mstl that the White Livery Feed and Sale Stables.
as well as to the people generallyj j Sewlnj? )IQhn; CI'tpI 1 (orpol1d n,- has ,
I and director of *ihe.ATuh'gnn S'u'e
&a.x.waEdttorsnd .sa r of this"state the TELEGRAPH Kays: .; .c I, commenced) n ::II" .\. \y. Nichols in the

Publishers.SUBSCRIPTION > "In manCOUllt i8 of this state Agricultural t'oileei'. "among the nnMSUCCcnsful Circuit C"ur for Bra : county, Florida, by THE
: 7- TURNOUTS IN THE] C1'l'Y.Prompt
j-,. : (in tho United Stales. lie will 'I attaching the property o sai(t Nichols Mtuated .
fl.'oo A YBAjHTEntered where only one newspaper i is pub- }
life be assisted I I') IIn d'l 'amid 'xperieiicedfaculty. in said county for th. f.urnovp of collecting: the
: i lishcd rounty commissioners Sum'l AT Smoke. sum cf one lui'idreti aid !*.rt.r four dollars) due Attention :and( Reasonable Charge
Lieut. ngrnduatc -
(* rAe Potoffiet at Xtarke, Fft, n* pay from *cIO() to -$200 a year for the to t the White S. wing :tl'l'hilt Compiny from t

t .. ,,". ureond CMM "' .. J publication of their p'roceei'.ings.! of West .. tat. will I l he commandant.Tlie r-ai.l .\. W. Nichols an.l Ih" saul A. "'. Nicholsanil Drummers'

;; : The TELEGRAPH publishes the minutes college will IHJ OJMMI to both wxe*, ) nil other pt rs:*ns inttI'.oIt:1 mined to Teams and Draying. a $

81-arke. Fin., Selt. 22. of both the school board and and! stenography, .I.n c- 'd'ing.i' I'l'nmllll-I 'lpl'nr to ":ill -'. OM Mi-ndiy.{ Nol riuher Cth '
/ 1813.r I':!:! TR : V.'IUTK}',I.\I\O Co. Specialty.
; mid full ionimi-iei.1 1 :IWI""F
: the county commissioners free-a ship :i jimi-so (aught I Aiig 4 tXov 6-14t

': PUbUKbcrM' Notice. f' it will be well l Tl-memher thai this i Lint .. -
kind of work of love
it Stables
a as in
*.. were. I -- Brick IJiiiltUng Cor. Call and Thompson Streets One Block
: This week the date of expirationf A correct publication of the proceedings m a Iwal hut 1& stale IIIsI lulllIlI. nnd is Ma..tei"sale.( from Depot. .

llfaecd of the board of open to pupils I rain all sections of Fioii-j hI
*ub has been county >KU
cription \ and riyirtiie of decree of the
commissioners is a matter of impor.
-., opposite| the name on each pPC : tance to every taxpayer.: It is information nil residents of "'Ioriel:,. For rnta-: a Conrt.r rit for thl 1 rndford 4th J.,esatIlit3it did:11:, I Circuit, chancery of Florida sitting in _-

t Thin is done in order that .xubKciubeimay tc that every man who l pays :o:1mes aildress President O. Chile. Lake made and I rendered { I ro the city of O.
J.'u-L.-onvillb in M.
\i.ld..u [ UItI.l' :30th day of SPARKMAN & CO.
I" taxes has a right to demand, and it City, 1 111. : ;' August. A. f>. 1W5:!, iu a certain cause in said ,
:.' see just how they stand J with* should not be I left optional withnewspapers -- --- court pending wherein C. I:. Teale ft til are
$ A Cure for Smut.. .AE R. WAITE, milainauts: am! Coiner L. Peek and wife are -nElURC INLFIici1EI -
; thin Omt whether such defendants. npiwiiuti" ami
Ig empowering nit a*
i Lion is the informa'i I Mr. J. B. Martin of Mjean.tpy. writing Luer of Valto's Celebrated Cmedy e special master In chancery fur such purpose Iwill : GRADwaISKIES I.
Premium and
imparted: to
Bd sell in frrntof the front door .
Now that the fall has opened :nnd to the uainefevillc i-'un gives the followingm'foranati'fl of m the court

1 A tabuhted statement annual i Dr. Mle. Sfedleal Co., Elkhart, laid, Hrst h"u>eat SUike in said {'onntnUll'.state on the RYE WHISKEY... ....... ......S3 00 to $.S (W' per (( .
money is i getting easier we I bop that I of Alachua county f which may prove; v.luuLIe You will remember the condition I was ti flvo being Monday the 3d'day of October.of mi-l month A. 11. Is I. the 1411111" coax ... .... .. ... ... 200 2 co.' ,- '
expenses ant l a legalale (jIXS ....... .. .. ... .. j
t to sonic of our I MATS ago when 1 was afflicted with a conbftifttl 200 2 20.
would columns of orange giovteis : a\ \vtl in Ihe legal hours or sale to the hiJhl..tanII RUM............. ... .- 't
.very man who finds himself ;jln arrears occupy many tion of(Mseases.and thought there was NO HELP I best bi.h'.er: lor cash the fulloWing describttlleal 8 oo : :0.. .. .r;
in the Sun and would be : five yeasts ngo ir.y orange trees rcn M e. I tried all kinds ofmedictnessnd scores estate to the APPLE IlIf.tXDY....... ... ..-.... 2TO 300. ;
defendants .wit
space I ted, I.) : PE.4(ill .. .. ... "
: _", will come forward and jeltle.Tho : wereAbml almost destroyed' by the disease o eminent Mynervcs wereprotrs All that certain piece, parcel or tract of land : :0 3 ro"
: wo,tit at regular: advertising rate, producing dizziness, heart trouble and all the ills lung ant: being in the county of Hr.id: ford and UllirK WHEAT WHISKEYZ iI) "
of the TELK- it i is safe to not Jess than $100, known as "smut" before 1 found reme toot make life memle I commenced to tako : state of, Florida known nml'di-scribod" on the
i inanajement ATTENTION
'iiioik eeoril'.f said!
: DR MILES' NERVINE ) county the h..nth.wostIIWrtt'l'
dy. At that I time i ii this
no I
one ;
and the state only allows the community -
:: yet (law V) of t litiitrthca'.t qua rttr Cne\4l) .
o'a1.rnlla" always been exceitiinglylenient i had heard of i it I null in three months i WAS PERFCCTLY CURED. tf sectii live -ei-turn Tow -
before ( 5i.
the sum of $10 to be appropriated: ever nnd I the In mv travels each year,when I eee the ', n.>hij> sever .

with those indebted Jto it, bp the county commissioners each I best posted men could suggest no remedy. II'I i phiC wrecks tratlon.su taking ring from prescriptions nerous thoubnlJof pros.o.iron containing(tp ) smith forty of range ai-re twentj-two more or less.east i The::4. r. SJ pui e.) ST fR \E} !; rLOR IDf\.

f year for the publishing of an annual I hi gun experimenting with various emulsions :- I H AS localphysicianswhohaveuoknowl-, chafer: will be re-uhxil{ to P"fOI'' the making oltitle. ._. -- --- ,- ---..--
and that it is J. I. KRAZKE. '-- ----- -
now necessary ;o ic- I edge of their case, and whose deathS
tinancial statement. but none Peemed t. have any bem-j 1 I feel like going to them and saying. Marke. Fin., Aug. :81. 1WJ1.! Sp. cUl Jl.ister. FLORIDA

... cjtiest a settlement we thinly; that The insignificance of the appropi ficial effect until I tried lime. Then 1 my c profession. MILEr, NIIIVINCNDCC mm *+ whcro RD."there In asters Sale. CENTRAL AND PENinSULAR RAILWAY.FLORIDA .

; there should be no faltering n the iation allowed newspapers) necessarily soon cleansfl my trees and Ibis i is howI almanys CU .R U f*_ P J tal fferers fromo.errlmcn TRUNK LINE. .-l

has thc effect to suppntsihe ) did it: nerou exhaut.brought on proetrv by the TNDER and by \irtue of a dcciee of foie I, Short Line to and South Florida.

: part of our delinquents. publication of the proceedings I put n half bushel of fresh lime in a character buo in. I would *-* closure and sale duly made and! entered Tampa .

If full!! pvttlenient beimadenend of the commissioner as but few 1r: : uly hum lfl:; in and by the Circuit Court 4th J STANDARD TIME-JAN' 9. ISM. Tni:' FROM JACKSOSVIW.E.FOOtOr HOOAM 5TJu&1'
: cannot : I barrel, slacked it and then tilled with THOUSANDSI Circuit State of Florida, in and fsrraolford j -' ,

: what ; papers ill the state can afford to bear water. 1 had one man ttand on the as e cure cu a s te cau. : county" in atciiuin eaai.e in chancery I 1--. \\"tfERS DIVISION.Iv. : soviu.. SOt.'1H.No. JfORTH. J.
or bring - DIVISION4T -
you caiy }pay. the burden of expense thus heaped wagon and stir the mixture with n sli ivel Z R\.L. therein pt-nilitiij, whereiii Ji-nii'o! Haganrin: and I No.1C Xo. 2 !No. I No. 9OtOa! 3No., No. 8 No. 4

.- You will bo given credit and them. Sold on a Positive Guarantee. X. D.Haginun, her htis'i-tnd.: : are i-oinpUinatit: i-; ;;
: proper upon constantly while it was being pumped inns 7 ..Jacksonville. ...Ar 1 $*)Pi1l31)a( i *ttA
\ '. The actual cost to the publishers DR. MILES'PILL.S.50D06ES25CT& nnd .Mary Hopkins anti Thomas HopkiiH. her 8 tip 7va: IvAr...liaM\VJTI. ... Lv ..JpGlOp ,Up'111uo.l.v..talloball..Ar 800p 730ft545ft _
tendered a vote of thanks.Respectfully J t the trees. I used a nozzle that threw husbanil, arc ,1..r..lI lants. 1 will sell to the high llOTa4WU( l5a .Lake l.ily..l.v 51 I.mS i $4p'12' 4tAr. akl"in..Lv 211p "
f who have the enterprise to furnish solid stream about t1111- iXh'c'uth of an Forsa'ebv S'l .\UKE lIUTG <0. bidder or cash in tioi.t ol the. courthouse 12 3 :"ia Ar. ..Li\e: Oak_.Lv[ a lip 3-1-111 !- '.
J their i readers with the proceedings -- - -. Il."t in tin- town of Starke, in said, county of 215a 11 lla Ar.... Madison. ..LvItOp 05.1 i j431> )I.*_..Jacksonville..Baldwin.: ...Ar 300p 680a586a "'
i inch in diameter. The lime will choke n '!, on September! 4th. li1the!:! san-e: 1240p745a .Ar. Moiiticrllu.. .. \ : 10(Hip 120.1pLv!| ....Lv 203p ,
: MATTHEWS & FAR&KK. is mut times greater than the nuzzle 1 would first t under thy 1 I s hag tl.e lil.otlolI:1 l.ty i in s.ud I moiitli' and legal L 5 illit1tip Ar....TaIldhasfe ..LL* I -'OPI1201 p 1l1: i.l 1 1'.'{'ILv.. Marfce. .Lv lOlp1235p 415aaS6ft .1
appropriated. But few spray get DRDG .STORE. sale da%'. during the legal! h.u>sot[ sale on said TloaUOOi: .J.\r..Qlllhe.r..Lv 1.-1'1'; :141' II47l'Ji3a. 1 27p ....\( _...Lv .
;- amount pat ree and I IhruMi the wa-h i>n bixly, brandies day, all the f-u'lowing, pi,'ce.. ]i.in-el or lot of lanai L 4's'p \.rJUnl'tiOn..L. iao.jp,' 22p AT....Ia.thome...VL. lIfata 2t2a
BONDS will bring improvementsand pers.in, the strite, in consequence of I situate and hcii.giu the ..n..t.t Uradfurd; aid I -I- 1 Kn ; II' \ _.....I'itra.....L. 1117a 2lOa
and under side r.f leaves: I thoroughly.Then Slaie of FI.11'i.l.111,1! desi-riiietl :LI. follows: The : Ar..l'l.n.n..ol..l.v tftaO ...... :Itlriht'r pril'I.Lv' ...
:,- improvements will brink the this! fact, has gone to the trouble 1 flood! on the nnd threw t '. I southwest '|iiarln' of the .nll..t, qu.-irter; of I: .6JOI'IIIIP. : .\1'. Mobile. ...1.I, 1"1a1, : Ih1: I 3i4{> Ar .. .Oc-aia. ? ..Lv lisa* t.
allc1l'xpl'IISC of publishing without wagon j jver =, : --":- .- aa oI'I'Ii'IIIW'lItJ'; one ;2lt 1 I. t. n-hp! v\| if;)I. Mintlif I. .. 1 Ar.. .wUII..aIl".Lv: :.0i...24p.. 3.113.1'; Ar.... Wildwl.L., L? 1155aB58p
t _
people. That's what we want i> the outside of I the trees until they ;' i' ;. : : h ,I I" _" ,.: !. I.( : -: lunge IWfim a\\ "i txM> eaxt. a iiiitiiining fmtjsici .1:11 ;'::1' Ar.. .I lu-oci'hee.. .Lv
"- consideration what should unhesitatingly --",-- 1.. .- c-. more or I Ie.-, T. i u-s ,-:i'-Ii. puivlinsi-r I>:}'- .. ... 510i Ar.Ar...Jackon. Miss.I' : ..Lti ILSp. ifOa, 5 Ar. ..Owt-n"liMO. ..Lv \
V be for l the would be white all over after time wash j jIried. "1 .t.:.; ';I'. r )L I I'i I';, ';' .. .:. :; ;. 'tl-I .,-'4 4v ;. ,1. i ing for lill,'. .1.1)1...-> T. \ViLUAug ...... 5 Mia; ... : .I" '.'.'-11. ; Ppi; lilI't.or ..tode! t'i imy! ..Lv 952p936p
TUB Ocala Banner favors trie- free paid by state. I -_; ::r : 1 : I.'lIJTit l special: Master.Tlie .... Iltiflu Ar. ..St. LOlli,.. ..I.VIIlOl1l.! .. .. ::11onl .1111' Ar.. ...I'lant CilJ__.Lv 1029a.. 820p
A While economy') is always commendable ( : ', := : J : l I' itT ;toe !tle las lie n .!po-ljiinie'l u til :luiiday .... 4-l4iAr..hicago.. ...LM\ 2111.1)1-! i r-no' ts2Oj' Ar.. ._Tampa. _.Lv 7 UplllSp
ntnl unlimited coinage of silver, allol l One n application i if tlmrnuglily' (10110, .1-. 'I .1 :Ir .,..i.l I b.-. .. a lie :!.lllay l of Utt I.... !'>:'!. the aiue i..iu/- .-- -- -
and while retrenchmentand -J J--:' Z4 i It' .Y h the tirM Jioniiiiv in said mortli., TH )MASVILLK-Mi>XTicEi.Li> UOUTE. 3.tn1Cp Lv AViidwocd. ,.Ar
; thus stands fairly and squarely on reform shottlrt be kept will! usually: cleat tiees. but i if it should : 'tf .JA ::' T. WILt "fi-ii-i.il: jl.l-'l'r. Iaily flaily.I 5 lUa 514pS4 l\r..l.t'tsllurg.o\r VlOp715p
uppermost .i.i1t. ., 1
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not. nirtke a second in limo same after : "I r, tr. 34.>aI < p Ar. Tavart-s. Ar
national democratic lat( way "
tho J rm. in the minds of those who .1[ -1. I .00a Lr..Jacksonville..r sop I i 8 4a r:it.p Ar._...Apopka. ....Ar 5 Up315p
make laws there is the firs' comes oil which will Lie two :'} Notice 114a Lv. ..I.nke City ..Ar G:Jp'I1O1U'p' Ar.... rlIndl'r! TCOaI140a
: .: our scarcely :a .p: ; IS HKIK1Y: OII.S; Hint null' *. good II."I1I-" i is I !) :tda Lv.... ....Li..eOllk.1'. :' OI'j:11 :jlln..... Ar...Winter: laik...Lv _.,.. SOTp
TOE one-hundredth anniversary of doubt that the taxpayers would willingly or: three month J sho\\a ti. I llictnitrar*,.. 1. Vtui. 1' M.iihuis. !- 3a I.v ..)lonti.'t'lIo.r :,.,jl-'IJU: Ar ....Ovado..Lv .._ lOUy
the of the Ktjjne of submit additional Txvo applications will clc.',:: the smuttiest L. ((5ASKINS; | a Coiiiily I .Ini'ge' III aiul 1',,", the county ot I 111 13p L.hQlUos'.ill(..... .\1' 1 37ju -
laying corner to assessment ...... .
any I.v. Ilonl .. .
liradloid.I ?tail t> nl 1I.l I.aida. will on the "'Jh! il:: yof OI\.r\r 143a -1--1III'Op '.Lv. "aJ.Jr .. .
the national made upon their property to trees I hive ever seen nnd they willta3' PKAI.KIl: IN t eplenilt I r A. 11 ls"-l.I : aba le 1101"1. r ei.niirm- 11 l2Oi, L'.lil.lllingtalli.! .. ....Ar :ia \r..Gallcs\'lIlI".L 1104 "...
capitol was celebrated li.j Lv..NasIniilo.'r II.... \ ....Aicht-r.: ....Lv I0l2aSOa ..
ingtlyaienf I lutn'sb longing i-i estate nf Martha !: $ 33rp! '
: ,J in Washington Monday. Tfce cover the expense of the publicationof clean. __ ._ Drugs & Medicines A a i.ktrf. tU-ce.i-c i.held and lii.iib.! .-' ('Ii.II. -. I 124ip I. .........I.OIII.IIII'1.. tp.. ... ... ,I r a p_.\r.tdllrKeK: ...Lv_ '. _...
r ceremonies .. .J;"Ir_Ar.......... 'iucinnai. .. .
annual II l-iI.h-s.l ji it ci'iniiii-iMnivr bi-lore tl'.e cmni I 1.11.: "
an statement enlightening '_' .:: II L3. rcber daily.except unda1.at 3; p.m. f
,. .. A Puzzle Starke, Fla. lnui-e I'oor in the, town I f .Marie. Stale and I 'ft Wiliiston; liiul
were and
imposing.THE Pullman r larly tsgle Mines.leav.
very .sleepeix C'incipn.itt Ohio, and
them -is to the receipts and expenditures To many ladied is how to keep th/ir Physicians' PrescriptionsI'lrtf l'OIlIII..rlll't'olli.l.. on tl:, :ol I day of .\l'ril.I'l li and Jacksonville and Tampa I'lillnian;Tampa cais .,&frle: MiL>eK daily I except .*"n I1Y.at 4:30 a. m.Jal'ksoll..iIIl' .
-- 1 of the commissioners. h uiii, i iu curl on rainy 11\s. The Milution i fl19!'I 1.1'111,' I will tl.enand: ihere naleaii onier re-. and Xew Orleans. 1, .... i> ana 10 :|,lor Ai.t1t.rlu.dllltc'elllltf".lnls.daily. .
"insurgents" or"men .Jf peculiar hi f ';'reruN" w'' nt hour*-tJay | 1JIlIliloail ""UIIIil.ICI' to execute to J. .Jllmrtaa. TIIin I."a\t.g Dvitdo and Winttr Park daily
Florida is perhaps) the only state i is easy. Ask SUikc Ding Company for ( ; / I i O'j the purchaser at >:I li.1 I --e, a g..1 l and I : ;=_. .__ .__ t'x"1 t Sunday. at Cgures shown. Leaves

.I .t \ political views" are getting their in the Union where ample provisionhas Nonpareil! I Hair Cutler and 1 t Ihe puzzle _n___ 7.J _. ___ ___ I I ti-w'it siitticieiit: Lut i'.eeil: IIl1l11h"II for the cil 1 fnllownig o! ,. di --cnlied t-ii'l l aa1. I,land..f lot I FHitxTNiJlXA. -I -\ :lBiatLAXTnToU'lE.No. t:3"1I.1I1..Dlri\'inl'rlon Drixlo) ahoonily.atbWa.m.! will be solved.Ilypoeiisy t NTO 'XolillXo.
pickets pretty well lined ujf Let not been made requiring at leastan .-- ,|/ Iinilibeii'd two (!)I. seci k'aiX I,il. CO\\"II"'III' .:_ _: =5 .()rIeitlodailyattUp.m.eirisiigWinterPark:
St"II : I. I angt' t W"III.\ o J1 a t'st. / IJIr, st r.:ft p. m.: Un"co.tiOJI.nJ.5Ov : .
ns 5<. There's Collins in T allahas- annual statement showing the i is oil with ponnde.l' gl.isi in I I)1... i' I.U.PHl-R" -ISllp ir.ahr..Fernandi'ia.Lv..Iacksoniie.: .Ar"Y.- s'r(O.' _
: .. condition of the finances of the } l'. ". ,.at (: .ialuty. Fla. .: : IAr.4.. >| ,_; a soI,, 4mip' ,Lv.OeaIafsso. 0) .\r lOOa 550p
; : \. tee, the 'im I 8.Ullinn in Jacksonville several it. _ _ _ I .\II : II I- 4w Train"lU the Feinamlina r.ndroute ('umlwr'ln.t: '111(15f"t.r.! .. I.ur.neIk. Lv Sa Stop
: :'. counties, and allowing a liberal \I :l'.l' ;-4p Ar. .Ilernande .. Lv 820& 225p
Jo St Clair Specimen Cases.S. ioa.J.lcknhultte and Fernandinaexcept '
: Abrams in iTavares. I Notice 11.111.1:1'11 lil.p'.r.. Inn'rnf' ....Lv 800a 200p
? compensation to newspapers for the II. riitlord. New (fasel, \Vis., was f unday., Cciinects at Fernandina ...... fj JiI'L\r.! .IIO 10f0lll'sa.. i.m ,30a ......_.
: Frank Clark in Barlow al1ft,! A. S. publication of the same. troubled with) X..II rmigit I and Ilheuma- i i fS IiriinnY: rlthat; : ] tinlo-& go..1 cause i is Dun ti- his Mmnauh disonlen, d. his j I 1 shown to tlie! contrarj, I. Win. Malphur-( ,. "zCa 'pLv.I.aeoochoe (on).\r i 9 4.5a 1025p
Ii;, was and }
:. Mann-where i is he at? j The pioee 'dings of county commissioners i I l'olllllJill!;" in and I fir the l'lIIIItor Brad run-wlck. r..rul':1? the Cumberland route, SI'"U 1 11'V1" 'fttJ'cn prll1gs" Ar!.'25a 80tp
--- Liver was jilfecto.l to anilarmin iogree! fOI"tatt'' of I Hori.la.ill on the -11:11: clay I.f r nnd making connections tor Macon..tlauta.. i' ,\ 9 ::. Ar.. I'aht'rland..Ari' .a 14'1
; as well as of county appetite fell and be was terribly l-3! make Chattanooga d I ii"rtlicriian.l western point. .
: IT ill said that nearly all tfio away S l'l1l1'IIIIJI".11. an order confirming tI-II 04y1.tr. .l'I'lIrwalf-r.. Ar' 643& 122j
great school boards: should be published reduced in flesh: and strm'b.' Tliree the Mile of Kind, belopgiii;to estate 0 Jitmes Z S udaj' train leaxes Jacksonville !< 40 a in.njjikes 940:1.10 JtJI' .J.r. 1.rell'n-utIIl.Lv 550&_
..$ ('umbelland route connection. Leaves _ _ _ _ I_ _60p
Hevill. ------
s tad deceased held and made
people in the world Lave blue and, paid for. It should not be done bottle IIf Kleutrie I Hitters CM red him. I-i Idis. as commissioner before tit I,i.by* court(1in.hone J. ,, Ferniindiim 5 p III. art in's Sackson\ille H 15 p in. Xos 7and.s daily:3and 4 dail:.except Sunday. t
All the ? work Edward; Shepherd, I llarrisl.uri?, I'l.. I in lie town of Stnike, Sale: and l C'-untv: I'ldliiKin: sleeping" ears runwlck to Atlanta.and! ;t, TraiEK en (. li. and :. S ,O. & (I.daily,except
of the "a of love" the .
presidents as ol
eyes. on part had I"K' I 1',1' Atlanta. Cincinnati :nni1ay.J.tKSONVIl.LEN.sIIV1LLI .
a rnmiinx Mornon bisb-it l ol'S t y' I on the :Jil I day' of April.: A. 1'. 1-03. and I : : nIll11liaoh\iIIc. i
;. ,, United States with the tjttception the Jlew l'aJ.'l'rs. gtgnoling..Cllhlt'e hoUIt's Mlcftiin I will I then I and I tlieie make an oner! requiring
: I lit 'I sail! I : (via l.t'! Hitters and seven boxes of commissioner toxtent' to J. J. lurton. -- --
: : of President Harrison, hive! had TholarJland law, referring to Arnica Salve, and! his IPX is sound BI'klen'ami! G. S. HACKER & SON, I; the pmcl.Hspr said sale! n goinl and sufficient I I No. 2 No Ii No. 5 No. 1
the of tho i: ileed for the following dt-st-nbetl IIIHI.! ttivutThe
: ; deep-blue But it :los not publication: proceeding-* well. John SpenUer, 'atnwbu' Ohio, bad A 'I' OF-.- I i s>i of lot two ( lm and lot three (:<), section: '()a r.Oo: Lea\e... .............Jackvon ille ............ ....Arrive 740a 830p
:. eyes I of county commiitsioncrs, reads as 'live l> i'rzo fever s< rt's "'1 bis leg, dOI'lor"| 'Aell"n.l, I i six ((fi;), township 'l..n.1.( range twenty (:'U)I Iast. Jitt 1I ;p Leave.... .... ... .... .... LakeCity ..... .... ... .......Anive SSSa 625p
-- necessarily follow that every man I follows said be was ineurabb, Ono, boitl Klee.- Doors Sash Blinds I WM. MAI.PHCRS.. 41ir 4 LIU! ) Leave.. .. .......... .....Macrm. ................ ....Arrive 1015p 1030a
: Inc Hitters and oiio box kjell's Arnica Mouldings,,I County Judge, Bradford County. Fla., S-"In) Sl"a2iPp Leave ............. .... ....Atlanta... .. ..............Arrive l.-inp: esoa156a
: ::: with blue" eyes will be a president, "That the county commissionersshall Blc Aug 2t( '93-: w i2i Leave.. ....* ...........Cliattanoofja.. ... .........Arrive lOOp
I. make and Salvo cured him eitirlv. Slllv! Building Material -- (l25a_ .."OpArrive._ ......... ............ Nashville... ... ...__..... Leave_ 740a_ 906p
out publish annually, Starke l rng COlpl.trilg stort; l ,
: .. ; i Notice.I Daily through Pullman sleep.Jacksonville to Nashville; on No*. 5 and 6.
TUB editor of the Stimttr Count John A. I K : ;3
at least two il J.lk.
; newspapers publishedin Hnl.r. XOTE Oimnrt after Xov.:/. ire esprct totiarrn Ihrciigh Car 61$0011 our morning train
\ I I, In Circuit Court, Fouith( Ju-li'-ial Circuit of FlorI out of JttckvHirilleso flint ourjxitroni ffout. the youth. vill bare
: 7 Vidette is said to be ono f the ug their res-pective counties, if there Edison makes rubies ;:L--t. the BDiLDERbfJAROYARE.Window i I ida Uradt'onl C'ount
f liest in the state.ailles'iIIl' be two, a Detailed Minute and Accurate cc N J. .Jomn's uiuail Ills \Vif' .' WITH ATLANTA WITHOUT CHANCE.Ticket .
: f?,' men uine- gc.n"1 I liomta K. Jones, i! Offi'-e.'I I! W. Buy St..corner IIoRan. Dtpot foot of Ifnpan St.. JacksonviUe. :
i : : : Sun.] Nonsense. Editor WalpoleV Statement of the expenses of -- M- -Crank- --- ( and Fancy; _' Jlass! 1 i! Wand : Ril: for Iiajuneti&iii. __ --. N. S. I"C XIXGT N. Trff Manarcr.:_ A. C'. MacDOXXtLL.Get,... Agi.
: f
said counties, specifying therein S lW i jailV.C1IARI4ESI'N .IuIlC3 James 1
: hair would make him sjiine is constantly the. world ': leiii-p and, his wif,'. ,'
: evenby I
each item of and 1Iint
particular k"'png Mattie .
expense \ l'eauaorca.t.NOTICE
,: : ; '.. the editor of tho Sun. ''His? locks for what ami to whom paid, nnd i il keeps I in coni Ihe flint whole holy 1 I S vigorous aclive. Kill it's s. TO APPEARTIIF.-STATK OF FLORIDA.ToMHley The Clyde Steamship Co. -

and whoever shall al-o deliver to the sheriff 4il f : L.Lv. and James Demnreit and MaUie:
: very nearly approach reds the constant i guinz I tml I wears. You've no U.D.MIHEEWatchmaker I I A. l.I"I ,I"t. His Wife-(Civeting: : :
their counties lime to rest, I to eat and
: e heard of an ugly vcd-hcaded I respective as many no hardly !T having been shov b> aftida\it that the defendants
.,. copies of said statement as there are time to live. It's mi-erahlu living at; the alinre named me mm residents ot
; man? : be,1 Constant Indi eslion. IJiliou.-ness 1 the State of Florida, ai.d that the residence o:
election districts of said county at' : said defendants, is at l.hC'I..1I\ State 01
Ciamist ii
crank needs
il)1i its. body
(" SOME of the state papers! notably least ten days before e.ich general I ali/1e.'ltll. II'l'l I UK TIl: I livt-r i ncfvi; withaiiutmins and i iJ iI I>lao ew age York o twenty and that one Slid jear*defendants. ale over

tho Jacksonville Metropolis and St. election, and time sheriff shall, within I I Ih'I'r !Ita'ii r. : you can I It i.s till ..fll'* ordered, considered and aol
-.t' al
; II jinls.nl hat (lie uic1 defendants.
Icy lay and.lames
much .
six as I
t. days after the receipt of such I go as j ou p'case.o I I
:: I ciaoo rest and Mattie \ Uemorest doapIni -
: Facts the ffortl'1 of _. ., .
--' .'- style copies, set up one of them at the -- ,Ito tile. CHIlli'l.lill.lllt'n i bill Ot COIllpl.li'lt
? -
-- members of the !last legislature to: place of holding elections in each Glass blowing hy macliinciy is iccom. J Jew&er1 i lieltin u i.iii r I Ijfoie th' 2d day "f 0.,1 ti.I A.
: I II. 1 I.-.i.i.!I: i ii lei.fuultI".f i a ilt-jue! |.io con1 -
II istl' 1 I' ,.:. ull I.e elitCi tat ngiiinst ll.i-ui.:
pass a railroad commission law cl. -Gainesville i Sun. phhell !
It i.sJurtl.cr t oidereil! that I Ibis i.otire I e pub-
endeavor -- -- s > nutclsulijoct I j lisheil 1 n the llrnilfonl: Couiiiy,, Teleg-apli. a ; ft.1
; as an to legislate againstthe "n\ >1'11 iii we were very
A CORKESPOMiEXT of the HrOIISOll tarKe Pla i
I | newspaper, p.ibli-lieil at Starke, in tra.lm',1"OIlIt'Y :
tim cliolcni morluis
-'T :' railroads and in thci? II se.vcrc S-IH-H-S ; I 1 I Florida. oiue cnch wiek for four con
10 ": eagernessto Tlmes.U mClcrat asserts his opinion I and. now when: we fe-jl III)' of the symptoms 1 Sl'I1IH' Wicks.I 'I
;: defend theMe corporations delightiii tlrit usually: preceed I I tint ti witntss whereof, I have I creunto) set n y HEW\ YOBKCH AHLES1! ON LIKES- '
that when a minister preaches that: L such sickness Illmelll'l hand I I'nd i I nfl xt'.1 I the I'eallf I our Circuit Court: Ar\U FLORIDA
::; : referring' to the fact! that they as al t II IIOIJ.h. it Largest Assortment ofji!I on this the :il-.t day of .\U lht. A. P. Ul .
which is .
not consistent with God'sword etc.. we iMcomicriry.. \Vt* h1V1' j I I hi.. s j \\'. t'. \ :F.KS. -- -- -- -- .
; have made Florida wljpt she i is. Chamber)ii I lm'i' t'olit"i I'liolcni; ai.il I Hir-I i I II I bept. I -4t C'b-tk Circuit Court.
he should be stopped by thelaws ; Watches Clocks and 1'liu )'.ManificfJit i t.lIasI: i N ..f tli Jim- I sail follow
L ". That is rlio-t Ucmcily the very Ihing to s raillcl: | I I ---- --- |I' : : Il' :li'i'lintt-cl: ; Iu : as ,
fact t
pretty generally of Vie' To this theLeesburg out in such atxl i it Notice.:
C country. : one C-IM/S. ; xlways keep tI i-aMing :it C'JI.ldl..to'i t >. 1'., 1.it;s uays:
understood, but can we Hot! nay withequal Commercial 1 about. U'e iie; hut \nililg this for a pay' Jewelry. I S1 IX MONTHS after date I will present my ac
agl'erg1111 Icsiiiuon'Ml hut In let our rentiers know I count.- .\oiicheis, 10 the lion Win F.Jlalphnrs. l-r.. p..rP 11:1& '
c precision that lUo railroadshave i in, and for the I-'roui iptv Yorlt. .Jat'i.onUIe -
; thinks that in 4-oui ty Judge county Frnni ,
bringing the minister I \\liut i is gooi] I haiti; to keep in I the house. ({Pier 29 t:. 1C. .'
I ,
I gi yen I to the ye- of Hradford and Stale of Florida' ts admii i-tra- } : I I'\.n i:& I' ..rlda.
r* i' : placed ,Georgia iii the front accused with suclfaclion to account, For sale bv Stvrke Drug 'ompany. Fll''ial'llC'lliul| 'I tor for the estate ('f Fr.inlr>>iiiiiiiier, deceased, Tnesd.xy, 0I.l1t: :Hil p 1'.1.. ... I1L1l'Ki.r.1 1.1.'I.. 3. at IU 30 a In
c rank of pii: (11'k :iinl \\atuhmes' for tinaletllem mul usk for a final dischargeIrom Kiiday, Sept. I I. r.t :HOlI. .... .... ..U l'o..QL"lO.lhhr.il' 8. at 1 30 pm
K Southern stiles Georgiatal the courts would be compelled t The -tei.nm I- pile i driver begun work I (;()ool vvirk railroad commissioii and while list rat': .1 moat 2. Cm; Adinini-trutor.! >', ". rI.l'.t a w I"III..... .. CLIEhOEF;-.lhltsJil t .. 1-1.at t400am
define I which of the doctrines in -- i ia -- Tuesday.tridav 12. :1 i > .... .. .. ) ..
numerous HH2. i .. at fi p i \ .a.u : tT .: :-day. ':.at. 10 ( lam
: it has not ir.jureil the railroads it ha -- -- -_ --- V]:. Young Notice. ".> ui :; ic) j p iu.. .. :-l:. l-tam.i------- .1hmlltl:1:1.atU 30 p m
r now preached is consistentwith A New Joke I '| Tuesday, ". 1 I.). j.t S m i III .. .. 1 lt_. c.j. : :1,' ,!:\': a. at 330: pal
; protected the poop Ie. l4 oridA couldand On the liver.Yhcii it is out of order! 1! C IX months alter date I shall tpply to iKe Friday ;-'. jt ::1\11.s ( h'. .'!..l','Il'; .. 'JI.r: ;11) C. at IS UO a DI
the word of God. The Commercial i of : TIIt''dI)'. y>. eii iij .. ... .
and feels GENERAL/ BUCKSMITHAM i County Judse Bradford county for a ai i III >: !a .t il' ;": :r. I'r. 1. at 9 (Oa III
*; iihould have just sticn a 1 law. I bint' try I f.It'SI'S "f Dcvis' i final discharge as executor of the etattof Friday. -.t't: 3ioKiida i'1... .. 'Lt, a.k}.&. .. .l.'''''} at lJ\pili.,
-- -" ___j believes a court decision in Little Gi.int Pills. y..lr'l'r will'appree.'aie 1 John Matthews deceased. Kite of Uraiifordcountv --- "- -- -- -.-.- .-
t lIme jolie. So will Foit ii'YXDV for a Jinal di-charge of said estate. '.
"u. 1
i'fr: (*ov. MITCHELL was Very liberal this matter would abolish all the ) U'lLAXD THOMAS. i
sale I Siarke 1 '.
I ) .Drug. Company.. ) September S, ISIS I Ex 'utor. ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE :
;c with the l people's monfy to send little differences of opinion regarding ---- ( ( ( ))1KEll I ,

.1 '' $500 of it to feed in Montgomery church government, baptism' France has G.lO'tJI(' ) Mivings h.ink: tic J. WISS & SONS' I For Sanford : '
', '. tramps I I pn ll.rs. I!"1
Ala. Such liberality will etc., amid that by it good-will and I Johns U in... .
r- Persons I pri'i iinl l t Ii> fluke I' icpair; nil!! kinds of
I tumblediih chnnnc diiirrhaM
.: .i likely make more tramp4: than it will harmony would be restored in thu should try ('hIII"'I'II'' ("olic. Chohraand iron tin "rw>ml-\\oik.. lie will In31iC i ORANGfCLIPPERLength Steamers :are npi!>oiite!
nsttMst.-Anthony TinieS, third par church. It is, to our mind, < I IHurho' K-niedy. Many c-asc-i h.ive )'111 iiviigiin II II'I'I] your, coITl'l'p"t;

-,. : tY.1] The editor uf llioCrimes is la- I ly doubltul if such* a pretty condi.t.ion /IICI skilled(1.. h1) phvMcians tier all were else hlli powerless.e failed I Ilc Imkc'I'1 I plow or npnir yi-nr ImgjryImr :: !I .7<4 Inches.to Steamer "KVK1UJLADE") -fapt.) W. .\. Shiaw. I -

; oring l under the \ cry badly mistaken of affairs as the Commercialdraws sale liy,_Slarke DrfigVliHi ( "III: I your. hoise 1.1 !1.1 you, a ChicagoAennolir. I I IR Ip Thursday FROM and J.\C-\SO Mondays"ILLE-TupsduJM at j.(W a. iu. and Saturdays ut 5.00 p. ni.; rrturnins. leave Sanford tj

:' .' idea that stu-h rots the above from its imagination could I 1 \ man ran doand has done woman !uw. .l r. Ii moor. i il i will par { o ;.' f General; Pas-sciiKcr ami Ticket Oftii-is 88 W. J5ay St., Jacksonville.M. .

.. : will serve to strengtheji his cause. ever Lc produced by the interference wants to do. I find out all :il-
; lie forgets that just suh misrepresentation of tho law. Not the smallestof .. --- lit UM-il for "isi)ho1iIi11.u :hal; \\-iitI r p-iwt 1' These Clippers are made ol the finest mat- o IJiiwlinsr Gtcl.n. Xi-w York. 58 \est Hay lit.. JnffcwnTille Fla.

:, (coupled with$; divers other the barriers in the way of a decision 'Silver threads' among the gold," c.iu In* put lo. \lirim >'u ;ale ill.IOWI j jcill rial fully warranted and any found very defective will TUMI G. EoKit.; T. M .. .Txo. L HOWAKU, Fla. Frl'ihtt -
Are siirn that hair i siiiil Iwirn nil iilioui it. I It ilucs | replaced. 5; Bowling (: New 1 "
1 your needs iuvizorating. !- 1011 j Thebladcsaresllebtlycurve< .with edges stIffer rl'l'n. i'i-k. Foot L-uir.i St., j.itks jiivillc, Fls.A. .
Lad points) i ii what consigned! his by the courts would be the*> : Utjrg-,* Limit Iteiiewer promotesa .. hike : \\iriiii, !"'I.I l of in'nu-\. lit 1)11.II,.I'a j I i than Inst. gfa-um. It li the OUlhpra.tlc..1 Clipperinn.io .1. CIII.Il'"ssl'ngl'r: Agent, J. A. LK--T.IK, Superimenf'tnt.!

: party to an early grv'e. Everybody incompetoncy of the judges to set up I heallhy IIWII!) i>f hair prevents iNf.dlin ; flH.hit 1 l iwi>,iili n Idpitktl! \ rl1;) ; Sold and by Iho Indorsed H-irdware by all anti Supply Trade.thrni. .1 itowiiiig; Green, New Yoik. FouL Liuri St., JHk oTme. Fla.

I malt or tltin \.H. J. WISS & SONS. Newark ti. J., Manufacturers.
:. including the editor of the i i the right and tho wrong.. ]i, teed h)Starke U.;ra.:011;(111:11):111''larI' j GEO W. YOU;I( W)! I' CLYDKA: CI 0.. Gviural' Astnts.IMS. .
Times knows that Gornorlilch.. 1>I.I\\lrl'\ '. ,
; W. L. DOUGLAS I \ Philudelphi.i.! ; o Uowiing Gn-i-n. New York.
WITH the improvements that I ------- ---- Stamz-L------- Fin. ,
; ell sent that $500) to Montgomery ---- --- --- -
to ---

.. 4 4 relieve Florida yellow? fever refugees property would follow would bonding go] up and.lie} pru-K the rate ot The Kind of -TO YOU INTEREST!! Do you S3 wear them SHOE? When next In need try a pair. TilE MU3I1flSE OF FLORIDA. -PLATT BROS1.S. 4

then in that city.Tin .
. governor's I II '
of taxation would come: down The Best In the world.

: ,, response to the appeal) of the think of I medicineyou !! I \\ it! I.. ni I-M-: :('\- !Iiv;; I r rohlim- 45.00 Mer Lane & Co.
more people this bondingmatter I $3.00 I. Cotton Gin.
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*'s iml
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: was as proper as it was the the \ \il( 54.00 'L $2.5O
.. they like it.. Give old reliable tonic and I in* l'I'I'"u'.1| l t tl n-i.iir| *..tox-** ; i ccessors to A. II. Campbell.
prompt and generous.] The third i $3.50fcl il2.0Q
last fall it your thoughtful consideration and blood-purifier ..alI'11;:)II! I llictn' :<. CfJ l :i>- I FOR IADU 'd1t anti dolivr at your r. urest sa- j THE BEST

. party cry wag for govern when the time for the city elcctIoncomlI" IH'1 \..i k l is 1:1.lt..1: : Can 2.50 tiisC-class | -

> :: .: mental protection to tie' poor, and around fights it out on that I rifer til !Cf.r! | tu-! !'I'-! c.iiizlI: ifStarki I $2.25 ; $3 lfr 1 1k'nd: :
"5J now the only populist.'org n in the line. AVER'SSARSAPARILLA ; '. P il'p! uin:! 'rnt t'. I I.J $2.00 i. (k We ; Long Cotton Gin :

; ; state condemns the governor for --- _C. I'rimn.:. ran 'iJari till"r IIQI1SO In the itaLtC. .
that No THE Marion Times, the orig'nal: -- -- - et Pity flin o a rfpre-e ted. l
thing. one will think SOCIETIES. C
very .i.ba
j.taftgan I
? . eath to aei hiirst Pi THE WORLD ;
k fvtrange ot ibis however, as it is third party paper of Florida, hzconvertedtime :i Sns'a.Bradford Lodge.."No 42 a-nfl--n, F. &"A"M- .sit Irfla Yeryi esr. f LJtp.1 zr w.l:'not satl3etory .
it I .c1)Ifyou'O04 ) I
J/ well understood that the populists Times-Union. At any ." Met-t( TbutIJ.niht t'rore the third Ii i The iunlers"mne l is State Agent .'M
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: do not know wht they want. For rate the latter has gotten so it can have i .Jr\;-t. \\M; F )lTi'ItRW.:1.. I stripedoftl.t't fOb the :above LVU'liratt/'l Win, and ,.

; ... ; the satisfaction of the Times we will quotes approvingly t from the former.In no substitute. : I.p N. D. WAISBICKT. fc. rv* ki'ci on linml :x full supply ofXTRAS

this connection it i is rather noticeable Cures others May Lotlire o. IO, I O. O..lJt.-IeKii'! ; re
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state $IOO that $500 meeting every 4'.d' n1y .pa VMIRUS LEATHER ETt : '
that the Tuttlti;;
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recently encountered night i in their .7 .
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such q sient
a magnificent outlayi cure brothers eorJ> _
of Florid I you ; init..1 XV.. nu'- <'-e /a : -, ;
tie state v f I of "hosts. I I -, -- : .-.-'- '/ :_, j A. B. HART.t.
F. J. FIELDS. G. am "
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J"" HAPPENINGS IN 1 THE CITY. 1 I Tht' next meeting of the :;. L. I. A. Miss Pelle Peters, of Lawtey, visited I

}i( r" f will he held on Monday, October ,d. at : Miss Ethel Hackcttof this[ city during the For Dry Goods Gents' FurnishingsAND

the home of Mis W. E. Davis. wick. ,
T. A. KNIGHT .. i _h ___
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.: local Items Picked Here ] borne' of her friends tendered
Up j i Tile 1510l.kllll'ns'.soclll1 on will hold I Ii young --

1 iI i a meeting Hampton on the first Friday j Miss: Ethel Hac'rfctt a surprise party last
Gone New York. and There.
!j ir. next month All rnefchrisaru 'quested j Fiiday evening MERCHANDISECALL
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I to be I
;, "Y present. !j Miss Mary: Sapp returned Monday\ from

r 7a 7e 7r 7; ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW. :Mr. W. M. Underbill: who resides three Xew River where she has been visiting ;i ON-
f miles northwest of this city, has broken Mr. Jnnu-s Undeihill and family. .
-- y Matters that Have Occurred or the record on squash: glowing He Ins V

"' Will Occur in the Near Future one on his place that tips the beam at one .\ Fatal .\('('Iden t. m. R We -

!: The foL'ua'ingtconntof: a sad accident, .,
.., -Kpitonic of a 'VeeJ-'s hundred und one pounels.I .
" "t Happening in Starkc. I ------ I men don of which Was madc: in these columns -

.' yY I There i H quite curiosity in the shape two or three Wt'ck, ago, was handedin -AT-

9'i ". of an orange: lice on the place: of Mrs W. by Mr..1. M. Fiitch: with the request

.+ %r This is typical_ _.__Timid. _: .weather._ !i W. Mooie in I his: citv. One half of the that'we publish it ; THE RED STORE ON THE CORNER.tenmCoolcetl .. .

1, .: Buy your shoes from X. J. Jones. /I I tree is sweet orange while the other half A sId and fatal accident occurred on

.' "" I is tangerine. The tree is of medium size the farm of E. M. Futeh on Friday Sep- Cow Feed a Specially. .

,t I- Moonlight nights-jmil they nre beauties t{ und is heavily laden with flllil.I tember 1st, 1893.: Mi*. Caroline Bennett
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\II I I t'O. I The walls of tin Guards' armory are was picking cotton when Charles: her .- .
,t Y little old climbeu: I *'
' i Seed rye? Yes, just in. Slnike Drug : cracked in several places and as a pncnu- 4-year son. having to ; '- <-.*: .: r''It"! .r.,
1 lh" lop of the fence, fell bruising his right J I
r sA Company. tionarv measure Captain Helberger; hasdecided ,
? leg below fie knee and the .
--- -- dislocating
-- ----- hip} J
-' t [ to abandon the use of it. awaiting ; .t
i A protracted meeting is in process at'' weekly joint. These were all the outward signs.i : .
., u-pair-s. In Ihc nuMiitiin the-
", v Moihodist\ 1I1I.ch. He suffered greatly for about ten hours ',-
':';' __ ( (drill; will take: place in the street.
\. ;. i. -- -- ---.-- and died Saturday morning! at o'clock.. ., ,
.. 8. Y. Finlcy, K-q. of Gainesville! was 1 docs ,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla what no other Some seemed to think the little fellow _
." + in the city Wednesday. blood l medicine in existence can do. It was snake bitten, but there was no Symptoms 'd
d >.,< I isealches out all the impurities in the systen -
I of poisoning. There ws no doctor
; A full line of Collins. Caskets and Undertakers' and expels them harmlessly through
J, + j the proper channels. This is why Ayer'sSarsapuilla with him. but vc have talked with two .
t Goods N. J. Jones'. -
f" "" | : is so preeminently effective who e.\pres-ul the opinion that his death KEEP AN ON THISSPACE
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as a remtdv rheumatism
" Air. and Irs.'m.. E. Duncan of ,]1 was the result of an internal hemorrhage .

,, 'ts Waldo the i Dr. and \ caused by I the fall. w-
acre in city Tuesday.We Mrs. J. L. Gaskins and two
5 The little sufferer seemed conscious of
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: r I little sons returned Tuesday night from

i arc constantly receiving fresh seeds I Chicago, whither they went two weeks the approach of death! and frequently ..

t Special Column. SAMPSON CITY AFFAIRS.Mr. i in bulk. Statku Drug Company. i j ago to take in the sights of The fair I told those who were ministering to hiswants
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;." ,; Advertisements-- ---inserted In this- column at A. Gorcou- Camels, a member of WANTED-100 bushels of Keifer pCaI.1 I! They visited on" their 1 the return Mammoth and cave in Kentucky -i l Shortly that God he eased could the not pain endure and the took pain.his Trilby, Sternburg & Co.'s Ad. Will Occupy It Nut t Weet

I 5 cents per line (seven words) for each the firm ot R. Q. C.ishels. :Sons & Co., of Address, Jas. E Brown, Ocala Fa.' ; P. (). I report a glorious spirit home to heaven. .
lime ii :I
; 4 insertion. this city, left on last Monday for an extended box 832. : sighlw ei11g. The I
interred in
v ----- ---- rem were the Ml.
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: ; For the best ice cold drinks go to trip to the far west. Mr. Cassels Mrs. It T. Richard: of Ilivei .Juncti<.u, Mr. J. H Colon who hits been lead- Olivet cemetery. The furneral! was I .

1 j. .! Meacham's, opposite post-office. I will visit many of the famous resorts of isvUilltg her parents. ;Mr. and Mrs. L.j I i ins medicine in the otlicu of Dr. J. L, preached by Rev. W C. Xotou.A .
tAmeiica, the World's fair about '
reaching j Ga.-kins -
dining past eight mouths mother and brother and sisters i
t: I D. Wall, of 'Ihis cily. !i mourn
; ? .- Fresh Garden Seeds of all kinds in :September:; 20.Ve wish him a happy ___.__ h__ _h ..__ I II I I left last :Sunday:: for New York; wherehe his death Maj God impress upon them ,

i, .....f\ bulk. JStarke Drug Co. j journey, a pleasant time and a safe return. Anybody can have a good garden. We I i will enter the fatuous BellvlCw\Icdi-\ the neciSMty of preparing to meet their : -, .: ..
K r I Mrs. II. E. Martin, wife our esteemed cal Colli :Mr. <:01151)11ilI take' six : r. :
the seeds
supply the ground does the bl' a dear ones i in hr aver.
t Ice! Ice!! Ice!!! Morgan\ : Bros'. j postmaster and turpentine operator, Mr. iest. :Starke Drug Company.Mr. monlh's\ course before returning lo Flor --- .-. ';,

; ice depot. I II. E. Mitrttn, has just returned from, ida. .Attention, Unptistn. .-

I Thomusville, On., where she has been J. C. Pnrdy. of Jacksonville was Rev. Ileniy-----Phillips-- --, -of Gucu Cove The members of the First! Baptist ""\ .. c,'" at:) c.o......

The World's Fair spending several weeks with friends and down Sunday to look over his living church of Staike arc requested to meet on I it 'J \-i 1 "" \. ,,,

; Are those who use Beggs' Blood Purifier relatives in Thomusville, here her health orange glove Temple's Mill. i, Springs, is asoit-liag the local pistol' with Friday! night before the first Sunday in ;ai
r It purifies the blood makes the skin clear the protracted cervices at the Melhodistchilich. SCHOOL.
and the complection beautiful. Try a has greatly improved. Mr.: Phillips\ was in charge of October for the purpose of electing delegates BRADFORD HIGH
.. bottle and note its wonderful effects. Mrs C. L. Peek of :Starke:; was in 1)r..1. O. Ilaynt-jj does all kinds of to the association, and also to decide 11
the church in ll is city: about
,1 : Sold and guaranteed by Starke Drug Company. the city lust week, the guest of Mr. dental work, snaring no pains to make I ten years what association they will send their dele-

1 i and Mrs. William Peek. The latter, his work durai,Ie. Office at icsidence. ;' ago and f.nds! a warm welcome lit the to.
hearts of of the older members of gates C
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t we are happy to say, is convalescing froma order of the church while in conference
; Religion is no Sunday affair. By -

, --- severe attack of fever-not yellow fever. I [ Baldness bv grayness is often of preceded the hair or To accompanied pro1vent the cOlIgre -ulion.--- _. ---- -- I .Septe-ml 1-3 IS'JoRor.'T Fall Term Opens Monday, Sept. 11th I 1893, and Continues -

1 : The following parties have Dr. Powell's Mrs. W. II. Rivers, of Still k(., was in both baldness and grayness use .The TELEGRAPH desires to call the at- KKITIJ, Moderator.A. r(.. l 15 Weeks.
l i Never Fail Cure for sale Every bottle is the city last week, the of Mis. II. Hull's Hair Rt-ncwer honest i
guest an remedy. lenlion of the editor! of the JacksonvillePrice A. JOHNClerk.! .
r warranted : J. L. Gaskins. Starke Drug ,
1 ; Company Starke ; O. S. Roach fc Co.. E. Martin.\ Mr I. C. -Webb-has-disposed- of his livery Current and Florida Tradc Journal ------- Spring Term Opens Jan. 1st. 1894 and Continues t tC 24
t : H. C. Parker & Bro.. New Iliver ; G- S. Be careful where you place jour feet. to an error in the: last number of tii;, t't-X- The heart lii.s nothing to do with the ,
business Mr. R. M. Alvarez but
!: : Young Hampton ; T. II. Sweat, Sinker- Henry Go ram, a colored man engaged I to : cellent journal. The error was in credit- making of ":odfty": fa\\.. Weeks.
will continue in 'business at the old stand .
town Harvey Jarrett Lakeside R. W.
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'f the farm of R. Cassels I
in turpentine Q. ing to the Orlando Reporter a short iiiticle I
t Jones, LaCrosse Luke Drawdey Pin- until October, ]sty
; The first kni\fs: wt-ie used in Eughnd: fj'J
Sons &; Co., wus Ijit just below the ankle regarding the invention of J FACUI:1'Y..
J Hill ; Henry Driggers, Worthington! ; N, I an orangepicking and the first Alice-led in France: jfW
0 Mizell N. L Blair Blair P. 0.; R a few days ago by a ground tattle snake Messrs. N. J. Jones and A. 11. Hoffman } ladder which should have: I been carriages ,

,. 'L.}1 Jones Terpentine Camp ; John A and is now buffering severely from the I sailed fawn New York Tuesday by t the I cieditC'l l to this paper. The inventor, Mr.\ in 15:.i9.Time! f.ITEIURY-'. w. reDol1a1d. Priu.; John! D. 'A..Alderman lichen
King Lake Butler S. J. Prescott Samp- Fatrs Irene MeDopaM. ,
eon ; O. II. Houghton; Middleburg; effects thereof. Cherokee, of the Clyde Line. They will! J. II. Powell lives in this city. The lad- Queen of Henry IV. of France o j .

1 Odom Bros Providence<< ; W. T. Bynum Hoping that the TELEGRAPH will conjtinue reach home Saturday or Sunday. I der has now been tested by a large number : wore on one great occasion a dress sewn &F. ISICTo be Elected

Fort white Henry & Wilson. Drew ; I its circulation until! its editor can of orange growers and pronounced! a perfect with 32.QUO pearls and 3,000 diamonds.CITY IJOltTlIAXD, TypF.wnJ'rI G, ETC..To: be Elccted.
High Springs Medicine Co., High Springs write thus: Mayor Sweat has instructed the mar e
1r 1 success, the canvass schiue landing _. _.
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1I From Greenland's icy mountains, shal to arrest uiy" persons using that out- the fruit without lime slightest bruise. -- 1:.XPENSE& :. .
Genius talent is driven.
I ; II To India's coral strand -.
; landish whistle. Now let peace, like a -- MARKET.G.
The BRADFORD Cot TY TELEGRAPH sweet 'r'Tj Board in good ClLnlllits. $10 per montb Tuition In Literary Dcpatt -
The Great Southern Remedy. benediction, hover around us. Dr D. W. Carrier, who recently purchased .
Is spread o'er every land, I : talent from $1.50 to $3 GO per month -
People should not toe deceived into paying I am truly. i the residence of Mr. W. II. II.DivK J Tuition to students ill Bradford County for the Spring Tern islieu. -

Y money for tr.. hy mixture gotten up yours As a result of recent visits by some of I on Walnut avenue, is now at 'his _

{ to sell Botanic Blood Balm ((11. B B.) THE. HcsTLtu.: our merchants to eastern. markets, readersof old home in Tyndall So. D.ikaU., In Tuition In other l1'-l'lItmctlls will,be rl'1tSIJ.ablc. .
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which bas been made in Atlanta for the
Among the incidents of childhood that the TELEGRAPH may look for some j issue of
recent the Mr,
past fifteen years never fails to give satisfaction Tyndall Register: ,
stand out in bold relief, ns our memory reverts elaborate adverli-lismejts! in the near ..
i building tonic and Currier has
as a superior up quite a lengthy letter descriptive -
to the day when we were ,
scription blood puriBier.of an eminent It i is made physician.from the The pre- none ale more prominent than severe young sick- tulurc. ---- of the portions of Florida visited Starke i is hligtt :and dry and the- 1J't: ltbics&town'ln- the-StatcG .

i bottle is large und the dose small. See ness. The young mother \ividly remembers The recent rains very neatly mined the by himself:" :and wife. Starke is paid ,1

t; their advertisements and buy that which I that iL"IIS Chamberlain's! C'ongh persimmon crop-"hat is the imported Va- many high though deseived, compli- I Correspondence lIlicllell. Cull ou lr write >
cured !her of and in turn
t Remedy croup
is thoroughly endorsed by thousands oft administers it to her own offspring: and ril'litsThe Florida's are all right and ments and it is probable that this letter

grateful patients whom it has cureo. A always with the best lesults. For sale by the festive 'possum has no cause: to be will attract the attention of many personsto 'v. ,\r. _MCDONALD, Prin.j .
trial bottle will test its merits.
f Starke Drug Company. dntvncast.Mrs. our favored little city.Ve have room Or 1. R.. MORGAN, Sec Hoard 'l'r..t..s. .
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:1 Discovery is the pain ot wrong doing. I. To the Trade and Public In General. N. \\'. ll-ickt'U, who has been enjoying for many more just such people as Mr. j
Currier and I his estimable wife, and our
We wish to announce to our friends and the sights of the great Chicago
Those Wondefrful Giants In Town!! doors are open to receive them.
t If you wish to see them call .on Starke patrons that the senior member of the fair for a couple of weeks, will go to
Drug Company and ask for lieges' Little firm H coming like a thousand of brickif Kansas this week to visit friends and relatives Mr. James Nipe. of Southeast Wisconsin C. ,

; Giant Pills Evciy bottle guaranteed ( he don't get stuck in the rigging) and in her old home.If has been in the city several days -UEAI.KU IX- HODGES & ALVAREZDEALERS

with him is coining the finest line of Fall Fresh Beef Mutton Pork and
f prospecting with a view to settling. Mr. ,
Exporting rice is Siain's chief industry.Eucklen's littl ,
you want u pretty ? home with a ,
Dress Goods Shoes
f Nipe says that when he started for Floridahe
y Arnica Salve. Hats, Caps, etc., ever placed on this mar lot containing me quarter of an acre ; hadn't an i idea thai he should like any Poultry. IN- .
good well of water, some orange and pear CALL STREET, STARKE, FLA.
r The best salve in the; world for cuts, ket. portion of it, but now finds it so difficult
; bruise ulcers salt fever trees flower garden, etc., 1,500 will buy .
sores He notifies us that prices will be lower to decide just which of the places visited PROFESSIONAL. Goods
i bores, teller, chapped lixiulu chilblains, it. Particulars at this office. Dry
than invites of the J"J. lJWItM'NNJI'l.LJ.ME1
corns and all ku! eruptions, and positively ever, and inspection would best suit him for a home that he WlM,. :;TEW AnT, 31. D. ,
cures' pileagor no required. It stock purchased by him while in New
pay Mr. Chas. Eddy, the successful mill has submitted the matter to his better half -- ,
ia guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
;i or money ref pded. Price US cents per York. HOFFMAN Uuos. man of Brooklyn Clay county, made the and will l e governed! entirely by her de- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Boots ShoesV

., V box. For sale by Starke Drug Co., and A. B. C. TELEGRAPH a pleasant call Saturday, cision. ;Mr. Niie) is deeply impressed I
Orticc with btjrke Drug -
John ,
A. Lake
King, nutler.
with Starkc and
her business
Bronchitis and prospects,
Asthma. Consumptionresult leaving an order for some job printing, STARKE. :FLA.
Chamberlain Eye and Skin Olnt from a neglected cough or cold. in which line this office is unexcelled. and the TELEGIUPH: feels sure that if Mrs. ---- --- '

med, Don't neglect but cure promptly with It _.-----,---- X. will visit our little city before decidingwe )OWELTF & WILLS and Hats.
> ; A few doses of Beggs' Cherry Cough Syrup.
certain cure for Chronic Sure Eves.
. G. C. Chaires Iris sold a half interest in shall) very soon hive another estimable
Titter, :Salt:; Rheum. Scald I Bead Old Sold by Starke Drug Company.
f hid city market to G. S. Bailey. The new family added to our population. Trite Powell M. D., and J. C. Wills,
Chronic :Sores:; ,Fever Sores, Eczema Itchy ----- HEADQUARTERS -
i Prairie Scintclies. Sore Nipples and Before Judge:; Malpnun.Tnc firm will make extensive improvementsin ------ M. D., tender their professional services
Piles. It is und snothlU Hundreds It will be remembered by many of our to the citizens of Starke and surrounding
following cases were disposed of in tIle market and be ready to meet the C.i'Is attended.

f of cases have been cured by it after the county judges's court Monday; winter demand for juicy steaks, pork citizens that little more than a year ago country.Office at Dr. J.promptly L. Gaskins' Drug Store. \
J nil other trcHtmeut had Titled. 2.1? cents a little Chinaman with a big name was G1i\NT S\ FUKNISUIN65[
t j,er box. For sale by, the bUrkc Drug State vs. Vernon Sapp, misdemeanor, mutton, etc. = = u .. U
in this and ,
Company.Jttxohittty. dismissed. -- -- city delivered :t lecture on the FRAZEE,
The TELEGRAPH was rejoiced to have a customs of his countrFrl'm h'rc he J.L. ---_ -. ,
) :State:; vs. Win. Robinson, carrying con
call Wednesday from Mr. Orin Husband. went to Fern.indina, where he pleachedin ATTT AND COUNSELLOR AT Call Street,
t cealed prisoner plead qUllity .
: 'I weapons who is just t now recovering from a long Methodist church. It is said that LAW.Room .

; und was fined f 10 and costs. siege of typhoid fever. His numerous I the people of that city made a great fuss Soy 1, Jones' Block ST-A-RKEFLORTDg.
Administrator estate of F. Edwards,
" J friends are hopeful that his recovery may over him, and "No Tickic JsoVaslee" STARKE. FLA.
.. motion to dismiss overruled and defend
> : soon lie complete.Mr. was in clover knew deep toi a number of
", 1't. ants given until next term of court to tile J. FIELDS,
f months. But finally he left for pastures I+ JOSEPH ECKERT
,t pleadings. Will Agiu, who is engaged with .
. 1a new, and brought up at Chicago. lie .
the Ambler Lumber Co. at Willistou,
Now Try This.It .
t rY was seen there a few days ago by a citizen .
, will cost and will Levy :Sunday nt his home
1 you nothing surely county spent National
of this plating the "furtunetellcr"
:. rt do you good if you have a cough, coldor ill this city lie reports that the phosphate place :STARKE. FLORIDA. Bakery
;;; f Baking any trouble with throat, chest or in that section arcgoing rr.cke-t. Dresed in a gorgeous red Agent for Camp Bros'. Brick. .
! lung. Dr. King's New Discovery for companies gown he its back and rakes in the shekels -
consumption, coughs and.("Jlds18 guaranteed ; right ahead in mining.; Fresh Bread Pies and Cakes of All
1 Pewter to give relief or money will be ----- --- from those who wish to look into the COMER L. PEEK, ,

: found hacSutYerers from La Grippe As a central rule it is "best not to correct mysteries of the future. When he was Kinds on Hand.
, r it the and under its FIRE INSURANCE.Represents
' just thing iifeo the from Starke .
cnstivrneFS by the use of saline or approached by gentleman
J } Pure had n speedy and perfect recovery. Try drartic medicines. When a i i.. in LIVERPOOL LONDON&GLOBE
purgative he denied" ever lecturing Florida but
1 at and learnforYourselfjIIKt
.' 1 A cream of tarter baking powder, Highest of bow our good expense a thing it is. needed the most prompt effective and :soon: found that he could nut run a bluff SECURITY PROVIDENCE: and WASHINGTON'UAUTFOKD,Fire GREENWICH lasurano All ORDERS'Br MAIL Will BE GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
; ? all ia lessening strength.-Latett l! S.GovernNT.V.-, the beneficial is Ajer's Pills. Their tendency .
j Trial bottles at SUrko Drug Co' that he the Companies. Choice lots of Land in town ant _
and Court House.
acknowledged was BaKery
::::: y trteat Foo4 3 tport. -- .- : i,drug store, and John A. King, Lake is to remove, and not to weaken' the game county for sale.
Born; Bffpca; Towotn Co.. I)6 Wall 8t4' _Butler. Largo; sizo 50c and {1. 3 normal actiou'of the bowels. same Chinaman in a new role. STAEKE FLORIDA 'S"tarke. 7 -. ', FJ.s.

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.' : The.Tartarake amanfcytthe ea 1I ': FORlr ., ,of' peas follows_ .enti-t, r counties the report ,.it:. .AN *,' _and phosphoric acid isfimi_ ;'t e presides Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gor ReportBaking.
v invite bimXtothem 8 regarding yooLuitry f, ,.:_
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< < ; I cl t Merest Gathered :"Rantim / In this industry 'Notes sa ,
The -Laplanders rub the'ir. :nosoaagainst at pounds Walton ofjol is; the, banner_ lt.t !ar1ruttaEdTrkm raptured by the swelling of the
the nose of him whom'the from the Slala cut Growers.CABBAGES particles of ice in them, the DV I
; with 62,300 clips and 186,900 .
r rould honor. ', A'Orer damage resulting to the shoot is not 8
wool Santa Kosa stands second
: In ofvit great as loose, coarse-grained shoots
many parts of Java the brid!} 'and
ji 25,000 clips 75,000 pounds
overfed with
her nitrogen.
IVitrW1 subjection by washing thft! The governor' has appointed :Peter of wooL Xscambia has
Teet of 21,0 clips Waldo F. Brown writes to Another
the the Ohio apparently paradoxical -
groom. < A. Dignan, of Jacksonville, to be and 73,500 pounds of resul
no I Farmer his commendation of ,which is 1\IJt PowderABSOILELY
; ; When meeting his friend the China.* for the state at Urge. I >. .the Jab grower notes ,
; ''man shakes his own hand instead t II I it of raising cabbages from seed that the more the minute feeding-root
hii friend's. out transplanting them a practice are torn up or
The Chinese have j The governor has appointed H Our special dispatches from Washington which has been successful with some harrow the more the tree will flour

.manners that prescribes an academy cjf Dawson Stone, of Wewahitchka, to announce a;favorable house- other gardeners. He drops five seed. ish. (Observe, this is not asserted of PURE

; the 'Whole empire. etiquette- fcjr inspector of timber and lumber for,. committee report on the Florida war- i in a place by a line stretched ou the the main roots, but only of the feeders -
f claims that it is at the head of the .
The body of a dead Chinaman U Calhonn county. bill surface, pressing the seed into the soil which, in the orange, have a tendency -

often'kept in his late home for three calendar, that an early passage of with his foot, making the hills about to grow upward. This is certainly -I
: : Baying on Credit. Incnlrating.Consideration. _
lour years before buriaL \ One of our exchanges remarks; "If it by the house is altogether probable. two feet and the rows three feet apart. not because these rootet are -

A Roman bride was carried to her we would only go at it right we oan This is good news 'indeed. The bill Heavy rains started the plants in a few lacerated, but in spite of theyare --
: has already passed the senate severaltimes and the the months of the Going into debt is not Teach child to wait
future home and lifted the i come as near raising everything necessary days abundant growth of tree, metaphorically necessarily a young upon
,threshold'by her husband. across to sustain life in Florida as in but has been blocked in thehonse. weeds was met by dropping air-slaked speaking. unwise or improper ; debt is not necessarily its elf and upon itsparents. Let it

Japanese ladies of the olden tine J any other country on the globe. And I the house passes it lime on the rows to render them visible -! When these rootlets are covered with an evil It is the habit of run- bring father his slippers, cane, hat or

gilded their teeth; in the East Indil-s we ought t get at it." -as seems probable-the in cultivating with a horse, a[I 1 crust of earth, which the rains soon ning & that often land a man gloves, and mother her workbasket,

black teeth were the fashion senate will undoubtedly pass it j small one-horse harrowwith slanting t j l renter almost impenetrable to the at- i in iextricable bondage aut misery thimble or book. Encourage it to

The pra tice of using at Eaetyf;J, The capability of Columbia county without debate or delay, for, most of teeth being used for this work. I is i I moephcre, they are not only smothered which makes a debt an inevitable nni- >erform any little offices that come
I is of Hindoo origin, the egg being in soil l to, make a good yield has been the members of that body are familiar all iron and cost $3.50. [| but deprived of nourishrn ent. With sance. Many f man will buy that within its powers a- a tiny child. It

India an emblem of immortality. { shown season by Mr. G. W. with its provisions: and are convinced This plan would not work 'cl in out attempting to go into the intricacies which is not absolutely necessary when wil ll l be proud to execute these smal

; .!t the time of 'the discovery bf Simmons aneW, who lives three miles wet of the justice of the measure. I our many places in Florida the of agricultural chemistry, we may running f store account, who would commissions, and as it grows oler

America the rank of a Peruvian la/Jy of Lake City, who has on unfertilized delegation in the Fifty-third congress grasshoppers and other insects are so say in general that the leaves absorb hesitate make f similar purchase if will form a fixed. habit of consideringthe
succeeds in getting this bill through prevalent in the fall that carbon and the roots absorb i he had to pay the cash out of his\ the of others. Improvement ofthe
might be determined by the size of VLe produced 40 bushels of corn to youngplants oxygen
ring she wore in her lanl acre. before adjournment the extra session I can ht' piotected from their ravages I and nitrogen.To I; pocket on the spot. How many! have, character is likely to make tha

The Dyak head hunting nose. has a re i i- will l not have been in vain-no mater :
gious origin. The Dyak believes th>t Hon. 0. J. H. Summers, of Jacksonville if Senator Teller has brought
every person that he kills in this word: having been appointed and ter: clothes nnd intents to light the repeal | t by protective measures. a bath in water makes the perfection i in the year overwhelmed themselves >uls>es, high aspirations and unselfish
bill till h- and then of in debt to the tune of rharaeter indicated a
by high
will be his slave in the next. confirmed United States attorney for over : growth. lapil growth presupposes are

Roman mourning extended duringra the Northern district of Florida, has put on his skates and fight it OB the JH l'omToEs-WHoLE. SEED BEST. rapid flow sap ant this',) hundreds of dollars, when by; asso chest, well poised head ant elastic

whole year but a great feast or v *- tendere and the governor has accepted ice Times el!OI. 1 I also grow a smal crop from the produces long, succulent' large I latll effort one such machine would 'ootstep. ci
tory,' or public"rejoicing any kiijd resignation as senator from small potatoes first Have leaves and coarse, overgrown fruit. I thepurpose of a neigh -
Tue Pbo-.plin.tc Situation in Soiilb Carolina crop. Hence is indicated borhood. Again, and the other
the of on He Wa Born Luekj.
might,: terminate it sooner. Du val county. I some 300 bushels of this seed bedded I necessity
estimate of i
the damage : cessation of side it has paid
a cultivation as the fruit many a young, thrifty --
In China >
white is the color of mour- out now waiting for August. My experience -
done to the Carolina phosphate industry approaches a desirable size. The I I and energetic man to buy a farm on.. A Island man into a well
lug in island" engine -
; Egypt.yellow; Turkey, viole,; Buyers of "ea cotton report in latitude 33: differs from L .Long fel
the late
: by storm places the aggregate must not be tired credit when he had onlf enough f and $-0
hot I a gold
in money a ago
Ethiopia, brown ; in Europe,durirg large receipts for the past two that of 'ingnihellcousin at Xew up any
the week. at $500,000, and even undermost mycl but allowed to cool down. to stock it and provide the few implements -i piece while he was gathering himself
middle is above the longer
white. I
ages: y crop average, a the favorable circumstances BotoI. \. have been unable toe ) I I
only rains beat essentially Thousands in feet of water. He i is
down the mellowed necessary. together two
Down to
to th* present century a pajtof quality and quantity. The prices g cut seed to come in the ,
two or three of the companies can ge"tto i up fall earth and sheet i of men have ; under flesh and blood
it alive and and
the marriage ceremony in Hungary are lower than last but planters The heat with the moisture : over a crust, succeelcl wel a
YE'n mining again within the next sixty necessary thus stinting the rootlets for air and I such circumstances earning a farm ample adage that it i is -
consisted in the groom giving Op seem satisfied. The rains of the last to bring them up invariably rots the oh
days. In the meantime their businessmust sing their energThe ; in a few years who would otherwise behave tter to be born lucky than ricb..Rrchanrr. .-
bride a kick to remind her of her su >- few days have delayed picking to some to cut teel1 Iu 1891 I lost most of my rt'pr samemt'i
go pieces-Their customers : cropou ure also restricts their supply of 1 dragged their weary way along .
jection. ,
extnt. go elsewhere for their goods. If nccount In 1892 planted most moisture. The tree becomes as farm laborers, earning but little _
the Borneo all l somewhat -
Among head hunters of the
crop the whole seed and I "
at of the Florida miners have class than DR.
y dried out and hardened more enough to live on. Buying
a man is not to offer matriage Judge Samuel J. Turnbull I up for KILJER'S
: permitted of Montiof got 1 stand. But planted six
rock that goUl I
or peobble can be eubstiJ J goods credit and
winter. on running store
to a woman of his tribe until !Jje cello, Hon. F. E. of Ocala andMr. row H yards long with cut tubersas accounts tl
Harrs. tutcd for the Carolina frt-
phosphate the is intolerable
But the judicious an source of worry -
brings her the head of a man killed ry C. A. Finley, City, the miners of the latter might make some an experiment, and did not get exceeding careful not to let this grower wi be I and annoyance.-Itural World. SWAMPROOTCURED ,
himself. two former
] being: members of the six his to come up. \n examination drying process i
mutually profitable with
f board arrangement go too far. An orange tree, i ,
trustees and the latter the bEing \
n days after planting \
the Florida miners What Girls Should .
their Cultivate.I
thereby '
A Work of Years. con- is ME.La
i i ti secretary of the board of the Florida showed them to be rotten. I know evergreen never completely I .
be filled and their trade
V trcf woul dormant like a deciduous but all
An $5 State Agricultural college, report very But if they are going to that Kentucky and Tennessee growers! winter there i is tree :I An uuafeltel, low, distinct, sil\er-' Grippe Grippe Grippe !
Englishwoman has a movement
employed sap !
for the opening of 'often cut for fall
fatering } prospects : make a contest wjthtlte state and lttll planting but I going toned .
try Moisture Effects Cured.
poor Irishwomen t-ince 1885 in xnaz- on. steadily
e inftitution. tu force Governor all think that plan will in evaporates The art of those around Afar
ing a copy of an old piece of Bayeux Tillinan to terms, ,I l the Gulf States, and Aeueraljfai thekavesand must be replaced by }Ir.Dgr wte-"r bad:ta,1 attack of thefSP
operations will probably be stopped i r the you and seeming pleased with them Gripp'* after time caujrht
: .
roots. the
tapestry. The linen and silk The indications j to the I supply is too restricted '- 1
were visible plant whoM
are already in the state and this potato. I find the and they lo for cold and had second '
woven and dyed for it. may be Florila'8 i, and A cold wind blows al may you. : v
especially Jti that Flotida will
be visited
the : of excellent settled
during potato
fal grown quality, charm of little fSP atack. i my
The situation sacrifices I
227 inches long and 20 inches wici opportunity. at any :j from the north two or three in I making .
fall l months number ; trouble days and Liverand
by a large of no to Kidneys
keep through the winter
perra te i is decidedly different from what I quite naturally, as of no account I
(contains \ winter it will i
623 men, 202 horses, 55 eons seeking employment. The closing: it makes our best seed for the next so completely dry out: II to I'_ Oh! such pain andiniaery
two weeks
4 other animals, besides innumerable was ago-and the Florida aut i the extremities of the limbs, especiallyon voursel. m my back and legs!
dow so shops north and the
birds many miners should keep a close watch on year. i the windward The ) making allowances for A:4 The medicine .;
? ; trees and flowers. The original reduction of force in others have thrown ; In conclusion let side, that the trtecau l.hysic.r' ,
L it. : emphasize that the opinions, feelings of and other things I used -
'Was also made by women, !Ia tilda&fJFlanders l never force sap into them again or prejudices I:/ ; tht
a large number of men out of employment the Xorth makes a big crop thi others. i..; made ro impression,and I
and her court having worked and will south with tbat the South and they arelot.t.FARMERSrNATIONAL. % continually grew worse until
many come senator Call's 1'roposltiou. year, should go slow An erect carriage, a sound body. r..s!
t-"' long time on it.-New York Sun. the hope of securing work. Senator Call, in proposing a reduction next spring.-\JthcJJ Ftinn. : CONGRESSThe A good memory for faces and facts T I was a Physical wreck

of the connected and given up to die. Father bought me abotle 1 1i1
THE quantity of gold in ourcoins with them, thus avoidinggiving
vain man knows it all, but p of Dr.
-pl.rwould rather die ignorant thin When the Pensacola refugees were has at least the merit of apply THE I'EEXfO STILL AHEAD.. Delegates for Georgia Appointedby offense through not recognizingor before }had Kimer's the second bottle I lei*

hear him tell it. :*. })passing through Alabama Governor: ing to the sin ritet' claim of a steady This remarkable peach originated iu Gov. Xortlien. bowing to people or saying to them L better,ad toY u.01 n( Just as well as ever A

Jones of that state wired Governor silver, and an appreciating gold the 1 : our nursery from pits sent from Australia I- The farmers' national congress wi what had best be left unsaid. yea h passed and not :titice of th Grippe

': Don't l. a.1I Mitchel to send money to feed them only logical procedure. The GlobEs in 1Ht>; Although very hardy meet at Savannah, Ga., December 12. The art of listening without impatience is. .

>uA.t people wh o are nervous. It Is brutal to do y'O' anl promptly forwarded $300 by ha repeatedly pointed this out as the I here, the tree has produced very seldom ]1- 13, 1 1893.) At the request of Hon.B. to prosy talkers and smiling at Swamp-Root Saved My Life.

Their affi'ction is very real and dstresstig, telegraph. Governor Jones having only honest and consistent policy to owing to its habit of blooming F. Clayton, of Indianola! Ind., secretary the twice-told tale or joke. D. II. BILCER, lucve. Tn Jan.10th,1333.At .
; It can easily be remedied. however with 1)8- spent sum has the claim is sound t in January. In Pensacola it of the Governor .
leRsthan$1000fhat re altpt.( i a one b producedthe Xor- Petroleum Drus2i 5Ocent* and fcl.OOsIze.
ttter' Stomach congress. to Cure
Bitters, a nerve ton'cj of tu saying he would th of enormous amount of then has Dlph1herlaParis free.
leading merit, indorwd by phv-icians anti of -00 remit gold increased. But the i 1,200 peaches following delegates laTaiJn'tJulde t Ret.free-CIU
any balance remaining after all t-enator from Florida will learn tree. In Florida to this Dr.Kilmer&f o.. Bingfaamtoa.y.Y. .
long,BUind UK In popular y. It restores 'nd from | upon 1 three-year-old represent state in the '
cultivates bowels and dig btioi, npnlatrs the liver I claims were satisfied. the indifference with which the silver i this peach together with tho honey, congress : 'I' medical men continue to give P Kilmer's fJflLL LIVER FILLS Are thi Best
prevents maid aI, theunttIe Jndj
kidney trouble. It is pure efficacious!,* men receive his suggeston that they succeeds when the other varieties of From the State at LargeR BBa-i their opinions vaguely on the treat 4* Pill, 25 cent All Brus:.t. .

The rate clerks of the Southern Passenger are only playing the gold-appreciating the common or Persian strain prove of ter, Sparta; R. T. X esLit Atanta. ment of diphtheria by petroleum as _

//but The the editorial dollar Isn't pocVetNx iu it. Is a money ar fe.} Association met in Jacksonville: dodge as a blind to cover their real 1 little or no value. First District-G. :1 Ryals, carried out by Dr. Flahout, a pro 4 *

a few days ago to fix the rates of the purpose to advance the price of silver This peach colors a long time before nahV.; A. Wilkins, Wayuesboro. vincial physician. All unite in testimony "GermanSyrup"

For, .Nenrale impure a.or thin Inditro-tlon Blood. "Weakness a-id BillouMues, MplaTla '!'- lines doing business with the Floridaroads t to 1 parity with gold. Senator Mills : maturing or ful development, and is Second District-J. L. Hand, Pel- as to the fact that such a treatment -

take Brown's Iron Bitters-it uives .trenfth, for the coming winter. The only met this same experience, and the din- therefore gathered prunaturely, ham ; O. A. Barry Cuthbert I I is by no means original Dr.

malting Stersons strong o d per-on; plca'anttotake.feel 'ounll-and Jjln change of was that overthe gust which it caused in him for thet i winch render it unfit for use. ]I[ Third District- ,Amer- j I Fauvel, a celebrated specialist,

east coast railroads, which is to charlutanery of the f-ilver men i is, no t!i should l lie allowed to hang upon th 0 icus ; Dudley Hughes, Danville. says that in pulmonary maladies the

boy.It is not now____the_;land of the sweet boy And allowed to charge about 2.00 more on b: doubt, the cause of his withdrawal i i tree until approaching full maturity, Fourth District-W. C. Wisdom, I: application of pure petroleum has produced

y ticket from Jacksonville to Palatka from their rank They are thoroughly I when it shows its excellent quality, Wisdom's Store ; J. A. Thrash, Jones' splendid results. Moreover,
TbTrue l.nxatlre Principle insincere dishonest and can then be Mills. during the American war of secession
thn th shorter line between those aut ant shipped safely to distant I Justice of the Peace "Wilkinson
Of the plants used In manuf Kduring the p>aa> p .lfish, they have put themselves markets. Fifth 1)istrict-Joseph Kingsbery, wounds were dressed with the oil. The George -
Ant remedy, Syrup of Fig,has a permanently oints.'w The doctor, however counsels mothers of Lowville, Murray Co.,
\tlanta ,
'bent' the pale of respectful consideration early shipments usually ] ; Sam U. Broadnax. Walnut I
c1a1 effect the male M iuu. makes
on human system t' hile a deposition concerning -
before this fruit is Grove. children are affected the
the cheap During Governor Fleming's admin always to be accorded to honest developed create by

; usually vegetable ISOld'as extracts medicines and mineral are pena:yjlutlons. -- istraton.766,26 was turned over to i mistaken conviction.-AY. Paid( bad impression ,in the northern markets Q Sixth Distric- H. Mitchell,,p '! dreadful malady of diphtheria or'roup the a severe. cold. Listen to it. "In

a Jiently'injurious. Being wellinformed.jrou on account of the (iJI (', ,-yet those who gather at properperiod Zebulon ; Lamar evie. j to put their trust for the present in Spring of iSSS through exposure

'will use the true remedy only. Manufactured direct ta to b refunded, and now ,-- of matnritv received from $1 0[) Seventh District-James H. [i i pure lemon juice, which should be contracted a very severe

,>y the California, .Fig syrup Co. V Governor :Iitehel has received notice' More Ilircrr Tax "Money. to $15 per bushel, and some I laii! Calhoun ; Dr. Beaslcy Stilesboro., I!| sponged or brushed over the throat S cold that settled on my lungs. This

that the tionally good lots excep j I of the sufferers.-London Telegraph.Breaduiaking. was accompanied by excessive night 1
The marA" of progr.85 bas gone into vaar-. sum of $33,719.80 on Washington special bays: The :'ichuII at Eighth Dittrid- H. Mattel,
*ere for- awhile. y the same account has been apportioned claim! of the state of Florida under the of $25 per bushel results prove Elberton; Henry deJarnette, Eaton sweat. One bottle of Boschee'sGerman

to Florida direct-tax bill is about to be concluded i its great the ton. broke the cold
I ytrar Back Aches.or yon are all wont put making a total of $38- ; orungogrowigelt Syrup up ,
rood Brown for'. nothing. It is Reueral deblitr. 486.06. This sum is still about $5,000 by, the payment to the state the sum of b and are to us a source of gratification Ninth District J. H. Xichol, XaI.I night sweats, and all and left me
Iron liitteis -
1{ Btrong cleanite!your liver w 11 cure and give you,a makelyon g'X:>* apj hort of the amount at first stated to $::,7H. O, iu addition to the sum of in having added this valuable coochee ; James R. Brown Canton. In an article on "Breadmaking as j in a good healthy condition. I can 1

j, beUt.-tozni the nerves. be due to citizens of Florida from the 1,000 already c-ivued into the state peach to the fruit-growing resources oflorida. Tenth District. -George Gilmore,, an Accomplishment" aan English contemporary give German Syrup my most earnest

',. The lionest dollar is the one sccunjl! by .direct tax fund. trl'l-nCS natlr l'nM.-o has beeu extremely F Warthen ; Tom Hardeman Louisville. refers to the scarcity oi f commendation. a

hone t work .|. active in curing acicH in Many new seedlings of the Peento Eleventh DistricP.. Brantley, breadmakers among cooks. Says the

V Deafness Cannot be C-re4 j Consul George G. Mathews, Ma th s mutter and is deserving rentl1ril have appeared of late in Florida. We I Blackshear ; I Quitman. writer : "It is astonishing how comparatively

\r local application. they cannot r ae 1-the rion's representative at Para S. A. fur his Hurts. Another Flori-' have had ample opportunities to examine few professional cooks will IIISKY Mm
diseased port iou >f i he ear. 1 bere ts oalj one DATE AGAIN CHANGED
who has and taste the
way to cure Deafness and that Is br constitu has been heard from. The party ar .lia' been indefatigable and largest number ofhese nowadays undertake domestic baking.I OPI
tional remedii Deafne-s cauMd by(aln- safely and are with 7calons in his official capacity of cbs; t and we still hold to our assertion was staying with some friends in a IBIetlolts

flamed Kustachtaa condition Tube.oft. \Yhtn tie mucous this tube lining eel1 oj:: the it I.: rh'el their new home. dtlghet comes i ing up this account is Judge J. J.Wile that of all the Hat varieties,none For the Confederate Reunion at Birj I j furnished house at an out of the way At- your home iti.out pain,

; flamed hear you! have,. a mm ding sound or iiApertfct from the Marion county ort colony several the very dignified nnd capabledeputy are superior to the original, providing in in trim m to Oct. 2J and 3d. place] where the village bread was eo Ptien continue basinet* whie tra
and.w.en it is and all
Deaf ness is the result,and unless'entirely the htn closed* 1muttoncan hundred miles south of Para, fifth auditor of the treasury. the fruit is allowed to mature fully General Order Xo. 3 has been issued !- our and bad as to be pronounced uneatable 1- I menthi"kr beginning dries stopped not

stored to us bj takm out and this tntyi r*:. *hich had wonderful snccessin growing This money will now be turl't over to upon the trees. During a two months the first paragraph of which is and they were obliged to have ntd Immtiately them. No treatment tr.mt'nt-o yet discovered to .
.. destroyed forever; condition nine cues besting out te!ill are be i a corn crop. Hogan amf Williamson the state officials, who are delegated stay in Florida we had ample oppor as follows : a supply twice a week by train from I cmpar with it. Have given,apwcial study,

caused fiamed ) catarrh, which is nothing but(in ic> made 3,000 bushels, which theyare to hold it in trust for the individual tuniV to compare the relative merits "The general commanding regrets tow n 40 miles away, their coachman: and practice to these diseases for the past
cnnd ittna if the ,
i surfacesW with
mucous continued
twenty and
.. .trill give Ont Uundrod U illara foe- any selling for $2.50 (in gold) a bushel claimants. I wl be necessary, owing a periods of maturity of the Peento the necessity whith compels another having to go seven miles to the station years in practice. Write for successfulIncrease my book

"'' not C.Oe becum of 1af: t nc by' 1 Hall's(caused Catarrh by catarrh Core.) t Se hal,d can for of five peck. Oliver Hogan is bo to the fact the treasury cqJrt- with other early >arietu' On April change of date for holding the United to fetch it, and this because their London I- o fcuresfree.

circulars,free.F. pleased prospects that he i ment has no recor of the names of I 1st the Peento was ripe in Hills- Confederate Veterans': reunion, which cook-an expensive and otherwis B. M. WOOLLEY

y IrSold: t by Dng1II.J.('wzm,7c.: &Co.Toledo- :.,O. coming home this fall for his brother: the owners of property from which borough county while none of the was 'to have been held at Birmingham! efficient specimen of her cassdil M.D.,

: V and family, and others who may de- this tax was derived, that claimants newer earlier kind grown bide by side, Ala., September 15th and 16th, not understand the mystery setting L- Office. IO4S} ,' Whitehall St.

)l 'I In,,,Jhe'l the(lr wonderful mtral Koctkcra SjMtmf sire to return with him. shall substantiate their claims under were within three weeks of maturity. next ; but finding it to be imperative the dough to rise." Department A ATLANTA.- CA-

: Nmih in reeont T.ars,Don progress< ha b made1'ea mcjre tbe re- such rules 8 may be adopted for that It still heads the list of the earliest that a blight change should be made BOas MEND YOUR OWN

bi&raJ.than the,tniroemcntofItsrrUro' d purpose. In the meantime the stat. p eaches.-P. Berckinan'x Cata- to perfect all arrangements and accommodate HANES
.. Bysteml aii4 M-rvlce. J The Tampa Tlmsa says: Florida .r all $10 A Day Free 1.
> F..r In the advance guard ft this pr;>gret>s has the material to be authorities have the right and privilege logue.SEASONABLE. interests, he has, after ;
worked that .
the Richmond & Dairiil Railroad eysttinoocupies up of investing this for th .full consideration, and all concurring.xed ,
:. Great t S-inth tu. nucUallengt ru $)."t in. p Th.".ition. wovderfulBUOO / < tbe would wherever supply there numberless is factories and benefit, of the claimants.money. I wilroball HINTS IS ORANGE CCLTCBE. the date for holding the reunion your Enclose full in name a letter and address containing theoutside I ITHOMS N'S ,

: as of it- rl110US"eaUbulod Llijaited" an opportunity to require several years The is at Birmingham, Ala., on Monday an.I' wrapper of a bottle of
,' tmna-4sattettd$ by :ts patronace.: li'V fam, secure one it should be encouraged. following an extract from an October 2d I Smith's Bile Bean? (either size). f
b almost aiftuui iar about a settlement between the state article with the Tuesday, : and 3d, and th
in the loreign lands of Thousands of bushels of Florida fruit above caption which I If your letter is the first one openedin '
)Mexico CanaJa: and across the Knoi>ean and the claimants, and during that in unveiling of the confederate monument L. : the first morring of
.F recent issue of the
.<<'onntrLeisin the United States Andtin a I diUoattthltth"United 8 ate* FastiMail" people period' the'money can be put to a Farmer and Grower: at Chicago, on Saturday October Ii day except Sunday wi be .
.-a __1rain of the lUchmond t Da-jville hell, like- bend north for canned goods as reglary good use. Pl'Ul 7th. This is final, and no other sent you at once. I the 3d. No tooil rtqn.mi. Only a hammer ceoixl ta drt.. -
"- vibooom. an...t.ablslted Rucces-1. as if there were no fruit Probably no other horticultural 4th. 5th or 6th, $r. Ask for theSMALL toil CI.lc th.i.U7 and qUick. Iwvuif its chno
1 This syst.m aC rds th- most rapt! t arfd "..nxtrioua It is wasteful GROWTH product that is known to men is tho change or postponement will be I size. Full list mailed I .blutel l It '&nlni 10 104.to I II
skI of OF THE
a doing SOUTH.Eeportof I 1 hur 11 l.elL r*mtr+ng.
irantit between New way made. Hon. who send for ,
YorV4 bit l- II of \ Chicago W. P. C. postage it((2 cts) and dar."' .
: ton &11<1 Ui-Ua: t, w th ..t1auta..NwOrlta r>b, business that should be stopped. sa subjec PO many conflicting theories i a J. F. Smith azl. tln. 1I U A
I Breckinridge, of Kentucky, will be Adds & CO. DDU o. ..rte1 put ap I .
..X'emph.Texa and th \\>>t, and a'so Savannah ; Florida so much divergent practice as the th__. or woJ
i c being home of tropical the Industrial Situation for I No. Greenwich St.. New York. .k ; t:
,JLuga.ta and all Florida This the orator of the day, and General 255 .t for a t>ox of 1CU,auurw Min'fU
poInt orange. is partly because the I ; ac. .lT
should bend:
out ship-loads of the Past I Not a
Week. gripe
.fruit <
1 John B. Gordon, of Georgia, will JUDSON L THOMSON MFG. CO,
Moriiiigs-Bcecbam's Illls with a d lnk ot'WI"at.eT. t ('Bnnel luxuries that she raises so" tree which produces it is not only a pre j : inabarrelofthem" W
The review of the
industrial situation in the side the occasion
on ATU.D.
:- }VoHhnm'9-nootht'r<. 25 box. slow as commanderinchief t Js
centra prolifically instead of buying them after south fothe rat week *hows tint, while no grower, but also an evergreen, ,.
of the United Confederate Vet .--. -
: : they are canned. decided change is to be note I. there is an undercurrent and the effect of different systems ofultivation Ierans j _. IAN IDEAL FAMILY"-MEDICINE- !
1 Hood'ss.p'trilJaCurfs of incr<'ssel corfiJence and an of.nprB.ej c and fertilization is not immediately __ __ i j jSUFFERING ----- .For h.lcclrlo UUo..c. I
ie? that the is over, 5 Ica.le. (on"UJU.U".Ba i
Mr. S. I. Eaulson, of Kathleen, is in i'lel. i-f doing much to'ont relieve the situation made manifest ; while with I BOOMERS. Unlike the Dutch Process I and .Olu.he I .I' i
.- ..., **A few years a o my \ ; feature of the week has the cereals and other quick-growing =|UT a ad drer. *.o te 'i
engaged ( --
: I .. raising sheep hogs* on ;
health failed After been tho k rr No Alkalies RIPANS TABUtESI ",
me. of woi at a numb-r ot the result of I.
re-mmpt crops experiment .
r Withlachoochee, and reports thai any Fifty Jhoiisaiul Men on the Border of act (centlj yet I lC\
much lWrWJOfl1 thl manufac uring plants and especially thfict digestion follows
commeiiced becomes I their I
", r". I to take iQood's he i is having splendid success witl that many of them are receiving sufficient quickly apparent. I the Cherokee Strip.A : ; Other "bydrngsrtst oreputbyiEalL. uo. 8.1 Bx =
= rials, :
both. He tells that orders to justify their "' While Every grove owner should keep a ileluirnl (' > ,5c. FsIu .v 'beJ .
'p k SnnsRj anus, atjl;: am us sheep do well operation. nc spt ciid from Orlando, I For tnc< .: ,.j mach improved. From in t c low, flat lands ht'rl" and en change foundries ha taken place in the raw iron market, record in writing of all his doings, I Territory, states that eight Oklahoma thousand : / are ,_1LI1'A.4._-_CIIEMICALCO.NWT.Vb._-_._.._,_._-
t and machine i
shops ,
; ** generally report and by referring back it from 1 JJffM reparation of
an all run doa con- comparatively free from disease. This fair and with the increased accotnnio year certificate wire issued to Cherokee' 0
: 1.' ... jdition I have b en ref' may seem strange e to people of more orlt'1 can now secure from the banks, to year he wi be able at last to trace i strip JJHf' seekers there Thursday. W. BAKER & CO. S CANCER

: : ,:'toftd' to good Health, northern where sheep the volume] of business is being m&teray in- processes results and formulate I There thon
lattudE's. 3,700 in line
wet persons j
Formerly 1 weiglted! 135 cn conclusions of which he be fkkreakfastCoooat
F do a.r.Al can reasonably -
Kr.G.W.Twlst. erally a high rolling couu to continued I land or : ) the CURED WITHOUT KIFE 4.
y pounds no4 i76.i atonl pint a gradual certain and OOI waiting near TiE
which will
j: tnBnt it must be remembered that improvement the steady advancement be valuable j booth, with fully 7,000 |jg i'tt Or u .e of painfu! bur.'i' "s. n.>n- i'liS-
Hood's. t :
arsaparilla has t people com-
"u a great benefit
i for his future ters. Onct-rs exclusively trta'edDr..
this is Florida and beats all of the manufacturing interests of this most favored guidance.Among j tehich is absolutely
\me." OIOKOB \V.TWI-T,Co'oma, WIN.'n. Flordn section and valuable les ous thai other the observant l ing. The intcii-e heat and bad water m it IU; pure and soluble P.H.Gr en'H Sanatorium. Fort Payne.Ia
' Be sure to get Honp'y. other countries in everything. Jlr.lianlson 1\,1 result in greater economy:iu leane lnts. and orchardist notices that j had caused an epidemic of dysenter ftS ( !tt)1:1: fIt has 1ftOfeth'zn4reatinsp* o --3- 111fj
Hd' flilaCureanUverllU. 2 has no trouble in selling his agieater diversi'v in the applications of |I and > thestrtofCooaujxe
$oeat toI manufacturing & j many are Mriously ill. I etreatl 4
animalnu1nm'es fertilizers abounding estmatl i-q with Starch, Eingleside :
1 the or Arrowroot
sheep on tho range at $2.50 per head. wel a agricultural products the entire that 3OOO,( ) will enter the oi

\ and gets from one to two clippings of Fifteen. inJutriea in nitrogen wi cause n rapid, I' nt norn, but others declare strip8at1rll1' [ nomfcal.- costing Sugar lest than,and one is far cent more a. cup ceo CUre Fr r'L"IoC"ur! n'eel.Women.Ele"jnt .Scientific f' rtmnMfor treatment laka&be.
I new were established or I growth of wood I It Is delicious
OHEAL1 thai Addres
Y I wool a yea. iiiix'rpoiatcd during the wetk, with aOl foliage ano I j the number will be nourishing. and E-VSitr t.r ami drtn5. Nnnl'ere"a Tie R
thieo enlargement i of together and, I I this foliage will be of a green, j I booinerH 200,000. Many '' DIGESTKU. _-nt V_. .I.t l la-- J-11 B'Ulr CorC>.MbT. Tea aii
mtnufactorie. lm\o. Sold Crorcn
May to have bf everywhere.
almost black while the _
color shoots barrel
: h\e.lte important W -Tradesman CANCER Cured I'ennauentlj
ings which nature gives. A few l Agricultural Bulletin. 11 i of
water Rent their
S.S.S.Uken at the proper time may imjire The current bulletin issued I (Ciiattauoo) will be soft, tender, sappy, three- J tu claims )Cused W.BAKER &CO.,Dorchester,Mats. KIFE. 4() POI-OX, NI) PLtTtlt.j'o. .
; : fcsahh lor a year ortwo. I hereforeactat cjace.: monthly cornered-almost webbed at the leaves until they fan dig 'wells.Thmissntls .1 :0 ..B H.RR k'or&1'&Zae.Ai3.
I by the state bureau of i
. agriculture IT is the testimony of those who haveseen I -and arin line at Stillwater, .
IS IMPORTANTthat easily broken off in a wind. On
.' .' ritI gives the following condition of the the great trees 'of California that the other hand the but there* is. .suffering there i .
growth resulting a.
, .. nature be sstedatthe various crops, compiled from the much of there is
the effect of for
of astonishment is water all. There :
never fute to relieve the from a well-balanced fertilizer, composed IlentJ'
.,' parities,and is.an excellent r&bttUE'N monthly reports received from the lost because the visitor approaches the of the three main elements with are cl\irs, all told in the strip

: : He Wants to several counties: Upland cotton, 97; trees through a forest of giants that tho minor ones all in symmetrical t and oO.OOO people are now ready I t
*' sea island 109 ; corn, 102 ; sugarcane gradually increase in size. pro I rush for There will
,.-. .Permit me to add my your cton. Many pinesten portions, will show round shoots, them. bo 200 b t't
certificatwln commendation rf th twaU cura ire ; ric- 102 ; sweet potatoes feet in diameter are passed on tha fairI I in each and 2.0;() men will rush fop I
ptx> Sl t's S (8| S.) It 170; peanut, 108 field journey, and in this the ly hard tough ,withstanding the wind each
; peas; way visitor ( ,At Kirk 1'I
t; certainly! one of t tonics 1 ever ud. and lot very little water *
.. theJrost.
I "JOHN th W.1AIJIL" Andersoij..C." 100; ,tobacco, 121 ; oranges, 99 ; lemons slowly works up to trees that measure resisting ? can but there is plenty of D lot B DTI j

VM Treatise on b disss mae; l ree. 93; limes, 83; grnpo frui. 98; above tlrt ft'e in diameter. If a horse Len These thin three-cornered shoots, water at Perry and Eneids. The b8 IJI b&a PbU8 whb I t
SPECIFIC CO Ga.m 99 be front of cut off dried, are found to Tf l r 1U.
: .At11\a\ \atrmtltns. ; _bananas, ; pineapples a tree; with his I ant thermometer was 102 degrees in the le Blll I BIC 0
: 100 _sido toward the resemble more than wood. Their a&Cr
approaching traveller &
.a ; 123. Fifteen
guavas shade at Guthrie and c p IY
some notion of the enormous size of the fiber is light and flimsy. But the w-jod I nearly a high J.h' -
f; 2 : iaD l I vbtiuied.bo ,j in other sections. A dozen deaths are .....:... .......Tbirt .eigLt9G. ,

f, f !Jrol sunstroke.

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