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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1893
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'i DEVOTED TO TIlE BEST INTERESTS OF STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY AND TilE STATE OF FLORIDA.

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I** STARKE, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 20, 1893.
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Finest cigars m town 5c. and lOc. OUT FOR A 'LARK. "

t }. STARKE DRUG CO. HAPPENINGS IN THE CITY. Starke Drug Co. I I A Party of Starke- Gentlemen 00"tor 0


WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- The best ladies' kid glove! ever boughtfor a Hunt. 1=1 '
r \ Bright and early Sunday morning a !It .
Local Items Picked Up Here the money. to be had at T. A.
party of gentlemen left Starke for a fifteen -

I} Manufacturing Chemists. I and There. Knight's. day's hunt ia Gulf Hammock. The OI

i party consisted of these well known nim-
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I Mrs. A. McClellan. of Daytona, is I IIj
rods : Marion L. Johns. Jos. M. Alvarez I
Y f Our Stock Is the Purest and Best. Our Prices the Lowest.WE ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW. I the Morgan.city visiting her sister, Mrs. F. R. Jack Wynn J. K Melcher and G. h t

W. Young. At Waldo th y were joinedby -,

.. (r -- GUARANTEE OUR Matters that Have Occurred O; Don't forget spring roller window several others. J3

shades in of at T. They Williston and on
Will Occur in the Near Future a variety styles go through by

1: FEVER AND AGUE CURE, OUR ASTHMA SPECIFIC -Epitome of a Week's A. Knight's.Mr. to the sportman's paradise-Gulf Hammock > '-

t. Happenings in Starke. where fifteen days will be spentin I---t'

\ And Everything We Make to be the Best.PHYSICIAN'S Webb. A. Baily residence and family on Madison will occupythe street bagging game. t-J : j

t} \ Don't forget to pay the printer. during the winter. Resigned to Ills Holy Will.
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PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY
FILLED Rev. S. C. Thomas. who is so well and
Y DAY OR NIGHT. Buy your shoes from N. J. Jones The TELEGRAPH'S subscription list is
,! favorably known to our people around tria -q
climbing up. It is now a better adver- Starke, has been confined to his bed at trio j .
l. .y S"tarke Florida. Read the advertisments ia this issue. CD>
: tising medium than ever. the Kentucky House for several months.

: Cotton Is coming into market with a Although at the age; of 85 years and
\ rush We have handled Sweet Home flour from all appearances having completedhis 01VI VIP
it T A KNJIGIITl"Y five and have to hear
yet a com-
I years I
0 0 career in life he is of sound mind and r+
Morgan Bros. are out in a new ad this plaint. Heiberger and Richard.Mr. much
I seems as pleased to meet his friendsas tJr
week.
DEALER IN ever. He states to a friend that he is V
,. and Mrs. E. E. Johns are now at
\ Mr. Chas Darby was in the city this home in the Newingham house next doorto in the hands of Almighty God, who ,
f FASHIONABLE MILLINERY. week. knows best, and that under the treatmentof c-t-
f the residence of Mr. F. Morgan.\ .
::. Dr. Powell, whom he has every confidence

k The camp meeting at Ft. Call is in full Dr. J. O. Haynes does all kinds of in, and the faithful attendance of

f swing. dental work, sparing no prins to make London Elbert his trusty nurse, with the icH
: : Our stock of
Millinery was nevermore Concert tonight by the famous Libby his work durable. Office at residence. ever-loving; and constant assistance of his CD

J' beautiful family. aged wife, he knows that all is done for
t and complete. Can
f There is no town in Florida of 2,000 him that can be and he is resigned.Oraueea o

[Y., please the most fastidious. Satisfaction Read the inside pages of the TELEGRAPH. inhabitants that can boast of as many

large mercantile establishments as Starke ; Wauled. Q

guaranteed.l dles invited j has. W A."TEDout 5,000 boxes of oranges
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The cotton gins are now running day ::::
,} that are sweet and in good condition FI
and Mr. Piston Rev. J.
-TO- night. In the absence of by the first week in December. Reliable .

rr: The Libby family will be at the Institute G. Bunnell, of Lawtey occupied the pul- orange growers with from 1,000 to :',000I I' ..

CALL EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH II : tonight. pit of the Methodist church last Sunday boxes of first class fruit will find a cash rn.

.' night. buyer, and if the oranges prove satisfactory CD

,.e t ", Judge; Keith has moved his office to the The playing of the little son and this season, it will lead to a permanent lMVP

.t THE LARGEST LINE court house. daughter of Professor and Mrs.\ Libby is arrangement for future seasons

t' ,, Fresh garden seeds in bulk still arriving truly wonderful and should not be Give full particulars, price per box on the VtO
\1 missed. tree, what packing facilities, distance of
Starke
Co.
Drug
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,. grove from rail road depot if hammock I V V

New has been in market here Mr. J. J. Jones, of Lake Butler, was or pine land grove. Address, "Cad.Duyer" .
?( Dress Goods Ever, Offered in this Market for several syrup weeks. in the city Monday. )Jr. Jones and P. O. box 27, Yonkers, N. Y. f

,h wife have just returned from a visit to the -- -- -- ,
Au Old Landmark RemovedMr.
s CONSISTING Hon. E. P. Ward, of Litesville was World's fair. o

" Faille Gros-Grain and in the city Monday. N. J. Jones created quite a sensation -V ......
Satin Duchess
1' Arraure Silks Eldorado
: Stripes, .
The Southern Express Company has: Monday by placing a man at work to
., : \. : Fancy Suitings in all shades, Hop-Sackings, Fancy Silk Clockings cftj+
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'' .' Miss Julia Wall visited at River Junc recently adopted the money order system, remove the large oak tree in front of his I'
: ,f Chevrons, Diagonals, Plaids and Stripes; Plain Henriettas, black
and now orders are issued in this tore. The sent the marshal! tj
- tion during the week. money : mayor :
: ':'\' and colors, from lOc. to 1.00 per yard. The biggest drive
Y J city for amounts not exceeding $50. protest but it seems that the street: com-
;r J. in 40-inch Diagonal 001 Goods at 25c. per yard in all
Anything in the Drug line at lowest mittee of the council had granted per-
.1 the latest shades. Storm and
Serges, Esquimaux:
1'11 prices. Starke Drug Co. Business has got a regular 2:40 gait on mission for the removal of the tree and
Assabet Flannels, Red and White Flannels and .
I it. Our merchants are displaying unusually the work went merrily onward. A substantial 11.
in Checks and .....
} Outings; Ginghams Staple .
Miss Alhalin Richard of Jacksonville low and
prices, people seem to awning would be a good substitute -
lati'' "ti..I Dress Plaids, 6 to 8c. per yard; Bleached is visiting relatives iu this city.A know a good thing when hey see it. for the r true aDd it is not at all likely I CD
; Cottons 3.! to 4-4 of Standard Y jnds, 5 to lOc.
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that our enterprising merchant will leave .
I iif.l- per yard. Full-width Sheetings'oleacbed and un- full line of Coffins. Caskets and Un Mr. S. F. Gardiner, Starke's live real Q

'" : .,.}. bleached, of the best known brands at lowest prices. i dertakers' Goods at N. J. Jones'. estate hustler, made the first shipmentof the space bare.A tj

f' f The l largest selection of Dress Trimmings in plain and waive o
---- oranges this season. lIe started a doz- Goon Example
: Braids' Cords, Velvet and Chenille Trimmings, Silk Gimps and The city election draws near. No can-
? en boxes for the northern market on the Mr. S. F. Gardiner has saved ten tons I ..... -
i Passamentries, Silks in checks, dots and changeables The only didates have announced themselves. 13th inst.
of this One of the iCD
t. complete line of Dress Findings in the city. The best stock ofLADIES' hay season. greatest -

?II t Editor O. J. Farmer, of Bronson, was The TELEGRAPH has $300 worth of absurdities that Florida farmers indulgein ,

I '' i: CLOAKS AND WRAPS in the city a few hours last Saturday.J. subscription bills due. We hope that our is the buying of western hay, while I I
acres of grass of superior quality go to
I : Ever offered here. A beautiful line of Children's, Misses' and Ladies' L. Frazee, Esq., attended circuit1 friends will recognize the fact that wecal't wreck on their own farms. We hope Ii> CDW
afford to carry this so come forwardat
Jill cTndervests. Hosiery stock complete and court lit Green Cove during the week. that the readers of the TELEGRAPH will
once and settle.

1J : ; SPECIAL BARGAINS TO OFFER! Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wainright took in | print make: hay by while Mr. Gardiner's the sun shines.A example. and r3O f
| It makes one feel good to see the streets I
the at Ft. Call I t I I
meeting Sunday.
Blanket from $1.00 a pair up. Can sell you Shoes that will make you camp crowded with cotton wagons. The fact Plea For Street ImproTemeut II I .

1 E happy. Come and see them, and wearing is the best proof. A Men's Good we r and ladies' Beatrice that all the stores are crowded from Considerable i ig made about OUl
:ry full line of Domestics in stock. and the best Jeans for conplaint
always shoes. Guaranteed, at T A. Kuigh't. morning till night with customers is no he condition; of the streets Citizens
':J'!; f the least money that will buy them anywhere. Table Covers, less a cause for rejoicing. I
4'y: : Smyrna and Angora Rugs. The largest line end most!:! attractive How nice it would be to have/ Call generally are of the opinion that the

{Jifi i ><' styles of Spring Roller Window, Shades ever exhibited in Starke. street paved. Bonds will do this work. Mrs. Rosa Hulick (nee Grierson) diedat thoroughfares should be put in good con- CDch .

i Lace Curtains finished with tape binding, $1.00 per pair. The best her home in Jacksonville- Friday. dition now that our northern visitors will .- UlUS

;Tom.Boy's Suits 90c., and the best Boy's Hat for 25c. in the known No uitttter where you buy your dress Mrs. Hulick had only been married five soon begin to arrive. Clean streets are I
.. to 1', A. for the trim-
Knight
r. world. goods go months. Many friends in this city are certainly a great drawing card and the

's..t.r Those who buy their Dress Goods before examining my stock are the suf- mings. I pained to learn of her death. street committee of the council should I

, _(. ferers as well as myself. 'Twill 1 cost you nothing to come and tee Lieutenant Orville C. Husband spent move up. .M-

t. :' for yourself, as we cannot itemize the advantages!:! offered Sunday in the wilds of Clay county. J. W. Hicks the city barber, has recently They Are Comlu::. (
1'.J:: I I improved his shop by the additionof
'tC: ,, Ahem J. F. P. McJlurry and brother, of
another chair. This will be pleasantnews
A-t: SPECIAL: COLUMN.it A Brave and Gallant Kiilcht.: A beautiful assortment of willow and to Sunday morning shavers. Mr. Jrownsville, Tenn., who were here during I
if! ., the summer, will return early in November -
j\; From the Jasper News. zylonite work baskets to be seen at T. A.Knight's. L>. P. Smith has charge of the new chair.Don't UQN.
Advertisements inserted in this column at five with their families to permanently
Old soldiers, the 9th Fla. regiment -----
h. cent per line each Insertion.
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" ,. .- locate here. Mr. B. Boyd and family of
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: will remember Capt. Matt\ A. Knight commit suicide on account of
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rr Pure Bermuda onion seed just arrived "incurable blood disease. The the same place will come with them and
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in organs to purchas- who, after the battle of Cold Harbor, .
, ,. : BARGAINS\ from the Island of Bermuda at Hciberger thing for you to do is to take Ayer's locate The TELEGRAPH heartily wel-
"1f. commanded II. The editor of
; company If tint fails then- .
::Sarsapaiilla why O
&; Richard's.Mrs. I comes these new-comers. M
; 'f at Morgan Brothers, this paper was member of that company --- keep 011 trying and it will not fail. The I
.; DICTIONAR1ES. and that braver soldier I trouble is. people get discouraged too CD
can testify a Fannie Jones of Tampa, was in Returned From Ft. Call.

:. Garden heeds of all kinds in than Capt. Knight never went forth to do the city several days this week looking soon. "Tiy, try, try a!:ain. Rev. Mr. Pixton returned Wednesdayfrom .

x ? FRESH btarke Drug Co.FOR battle for his country. The captain now after her property.Mr. F. R. Morgan, who was clerk of the the Ft. Call camp meeting. It is -
lives at Starke, in this state, and was
fresh Cedar Key to late grand jury, is bursting with pride on pleasing to learn from persons who were
jf oysters go married last Sunday evening to Mrs. Sallie Orin Husband has recovered sufficiently 00
.t account of the universal praise that has there that Starke's Methodist pastor was
Sharpe, widow of the late Joseph R. to be at his post again m Truby,
been given to the general presentmentmade he most popular divine at the great
V need the new Craig Ques- Sharpe, of St. Paul's 51. E. churchat Sternburg &; Co's. store.
TEACHERS pastor
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Enquire at Morgan's. by tint body, which was drawn spiritual feast, he having been called on
Jacksonville. We extend congratulations -
; Good housewives dye at this season of by him to preach nearly every day while prtsen'
energetic honorable to our old captain and his worthy
WANTED subscriptions and bride aud wish them all the the year. And quite a snug sum is savedto tj.:
sincerely Miss Lula McDonald, who spent sev- Card of Tbauks.
do collecting. Liberal commissions to the husbands by the process. .
., t; right party. Address the TELEGRAPH. Measures of earth and heave eral weeks in this city during the sum- We desire to extend our heartfelt thanksto CDUl

Starke, Fla Arnica Salve. The Starke Fruit Growers' Associationwill ; mer a guest of Mis. R R. Joiner and Miss friends for their acts of kindness dur-
Buckler's Ida[ Wilkovski, is now casher in a large the recent illness and death of our lit '
meet tomorrow inst.) at the ing
The best salve in the world for cuts, ((21st fetd
Notice bruises, sores ulcers, salt rheum fever office next door to the depot. mercantile establishment at Madison, tle daughter. :
All accounts duo me will be placed in sores, tetter, chapped hmds.chilblains. this state. ht. AND MRS. S. M. CREWS.
the hands of an attorney for collection corns! and all skm eruptions, and positively Gents' white linen laundered and
piles, or no required. Its Q
unless paid by November 1st. My books guaranteed cures to give perfect pay satisfactionor unlaundered shirts, collars and cuffs at Mrs. A. J. Bowles, of New :Milford Concert and Lecture. UlK

books Kit be irj th:= hands of Mr. J. W. money refunded. Price 25 cents per cut prices at T. A. Knight's.; Conn., arrived in the city a few days ago Tonight, the Libby family, at Stnrke1'' H
Hodges until that date. Call and settle box. For sale by Starke Drug Co., and I I and will spend the winter here with her Institute will give a concert and lecture.

with him. I. C WEBB. Johu A. King, Lake uutler. The fact that butter has climed up five sister, Mrs. E. A, Morgan. Mrs. Bowies' Mrs. Libby will give her favorite lecture 0cr

Not an Air LIue. rents in price does not necessarily indicate son is the editor of the New Milford. on "Our Boys. Admission, 25 cents: ;J

The World's Fair At the recent examination of teachersin that it is gaining strength.Mrs. Gazette, and he will spend the winter chil-Jren under ten years, 15 cents. CDQ
',,3; : Are those who use Beggs Blood Purifier. Starke. e>
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s at It purifies the blood, makes the skin clear this city the following was among the N. W. Hackett returned Sunday Speaking of Cows. H > -
and the compaction beautiful. in geography : "Trace a water '
Try a questions .
bottle and note its wonderful effects. route from Jacksonville, Fla. to Kansas after an extended visit to the 1V'orld'sfair Other "flours" may bloom in the spring Mr. J. Charles Richard is now in Geor- H o

Sold and guaranteed b)' Starke Drug Com City, Mo." One of the colored appli- and her old home in Kansas.If and droop ant! die in the fall, but "Sweet gia buying a carload of fine milch cows.For jtj

pany. Home" holds its rwn. It's reputation is prices and other information call on 01
cants for a teachers' certificate gave the arc weak come to us and
1l rwN Oreat Brltan has 26.220 Americans. following answer : "You would sail lie fitted your with eyes a pair of glasses that fit. established with all good housekeepers.There or address IIeiburger & Richard, Starke, p s sTJ sa
is no flour superior to Sweet Fla.
A million Friends.A over the Atlantic Ocean, cross the Isth- Prices moderate. Starke Drug Co. cld -
and that is for handling
Home our reason : -
friend in need is a friend indeed, mus of Panama, go around by the Capeof Solicitor 'Vaut d. VI

e tk ; and not less than one million people Good Hope and thence wts' to Kansas; The flowers that bloom in the Spring it. Heiberger &; Richard. We desire to employ a live man to so- 0I i1
have fount! just, such a friend in Dr.King's .
'' New Discovery for Consumption City.'. Had he gotten a school it is have nothing to do with the case just i. Mrs.\ E. J Breeze will renovate and: licit subscriptions and collect. We want .

n zr .V Coughs and Colds. If( you have never probable that he would have taught the now. Winter, with her cold feet, is here. press gentlemen's clothing at very reson- a hustler. Liberal commissions. Ad-
:!S' used this great cough medicine, one idea how to shoot at long range, 01 .
Starke
),J r. L' trial will convince you that it has wonderful young 'Home, Sweet' Home;" Jhere's no place able prices. Her work is equal to that ofa dress the TELEGRAPH Fla.
-j t curative in all diseases of establishment and will
powers give
tailoring
. V ,r throat, chest and lun ". Each bottle is An Injunction. like it when the bread is made of Sweet Avery Powell is recovering rapidly
:r entire satisfaction. lIeI'-hcftne is one -....
guaranteed to do all that is claimed or : There are two kinds the courts tell Home flour. .Heiberger Richard soil it. from the severe wounds received last [
3 .' money will be refunded. Trial bottles 'ou-a temporary and a permanent injunction. door west of Dr..J. 0. Haynes residence
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Fs c l* I free at Starke Drug Company's drug week, and it is hoped by his many friend!!
A temporary injunction gives Improper and deficient care of the where work in this line may be left.
, store, and John A. King, Lake Hutler. that "Doc" will be out
a. : relief! for a time only, but when you take scalp will cause grayness of the hair and soon again. I
. .. Large bottles Son and iiL 1The
Simmons Liver Regulator for Dyspepsia, of that I'TJ
..-' baldness. Escape both by the use Mr. Elwood Dillingnam !and family V
J:. r-- .. nUll find yourself cured that means a per- reliable: specific Hall's Hair Renew er. Mrs. Hardy Phillips and children, ol
world's navies !
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manent injunction. It's the same when
, Green Cove, who have been 0
'r, '.. visitinj .
, men. taking the Regulator for Malaria! and all 'oUish to certain Jones' residence and will spend the win- 0ri I
If secure a friend this will
) in city, return home
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: ; affections of the liver and kidneys.Those result, when using Ayer's ter in Starke. Mr. Dillingham is an architect -
i:,. r Dr. P. A. Skinner of Texarkana, Ar and speedy today.Mr. Ol j-
:. kansas. is an enthusiast in the praise oChamberlain's Sarsaparilla be careful in observing the and, builder of long experience
I"' ... Pain Balm lIe used i it Wondefrful Giants In Town!! rules of health, or the benefit may be
i and think favorably of permanently! F J. Fields is back from Middle
1: 't-I .. ,}!Y fOl'rlreumlllism..and says: "I found it to If you *5 i.h to sec them call on Starke retarded. A fair and persistant trial of '
+ 1'1.. be a must excellent local remedy." For Drug Company and ask for Beggs Little this metllclde never fails. when the directions locating in Starke. Mrs. Dillingham i is burg where he has been doing some brit .
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f.'}. #... .,: 's aalp.by Starke Drug! Company. Giant Pills. Every bottle guaranteed. are followed. a sister of MrsF.. R. Morgan. work for Mr. fl. R. Frisbee. "

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WHEN MY SHIP .COMES (N.. that Mrs. Juston would say, and Miss I THE] STATE OF FLORIDA Tampa's wholesale fish business

'I Bradford ,Connty TJieraD Still had to retire to such, luck as she amounted to more than $200,000 last CM.. SPARKMAN & co.,4

Uncle often tens us storiesof&Bhlphebaat8ea; could Mrs.find.Justou's pail soon got so heavy F""ESH NEWS FROM EVERY SECTION season, and the prospects are good that -DEALER IN-

rrtJUSHED: EVERY FRIDAY AT And the wonders and the glories. / I with berries that she let it stand on the OF OUR (.-,.- r-. the figures will be much larger at the

: STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA.E. And It we're I dream!good.that for somewhe Tom and.me sailing; ground while she went here and therewith end of the present season. The wholesale 1 HIGH GRADE WHISKIES T I

Is a gallant bark of mine, : a smaller pail which she carriedas terns ot Interest Clipped rroiu Oar Exchanges fish dealers report a large increasein

8. MATTHEWS. B. J. FARMER, With the soft wind never falling, ; it was filled to the big pail and emptied Concerning the Progress of their business this week, anJ the RYE CORN WliISKY.--.2" ..........._.._.._...._-.-.__.-_. r oo 00 to $5:to.00; per. gal..
MATTHEWS & FARMER. And the weatber always fine. J its berries in that. She was makIng the People GINS.....__ ._.............-.......................---.? 201. :2 50 .. "
Obt the bells will all.be ringIng 'fourth trip to the and the Development gaason is now considered: fairly open. RUM......_....?._...............-..........*...-. ---....-? 200 :1,50.. ..
Editors and Publishers, With a merry, tuneful din, the big pail, of Our Resource APPLE RANDY_........._._.........._......._.._.. 'IM 3011.. .. _,
The birds will all be singing, I which would have filled it even full of Orders are brisk and fish are plentiful, EACH .................--...._..-.._? 2 50 3011.< .. :'if!
SUBSCRIPTION $x.oo Y3AR. When my ship comes Int the very nicest berried that had ever P but the dealers have been bothered a WHITE WHEAT WHISKEY_........ ._............ a 50 .. .. 10$
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has voted to iasne bonds I
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Entered! in the/ Posloffice at &larkct Fla., She Is bringing gifts for mother been picked on heard the her Hill, when tremendous other- pave its principal street. great deal lately about ice. They have Prompt Attention Fail! to all Orders Jnz-Me a Specialty.
pickers near give a
at second clan mat frr. And for father and the boys ( j been taking all that the Sanford, Orlando -
Ana my little baby brother j yell and run away, pale as a sheet I The FI )rida Central and Penintmlar: and Bartow faceories could e I"1EL -fl's'tar :
spare.
Shall be smothered deep in toys; j and her eyes bulging. Miss Still and | railroad has purchased tie : .
lines company
TilE telegraph; nd telephone o enT he Tampa and Port dealers
Her hold U full of treasure others ran to the spot. The young Tampa are -
Switzerland owned and operated by From the Islands of the main tire capital stock of the South Bound
are woman got there first. She discoveredthe now shipping: on an average 210 barrelser
lelf And her fairy crew: at leisure railn ad company, amounting to $::?,033,- W. ANDREWS
the government. There are 1,411 Are sailing: home again. cause of Mrs. Juston's alarm. An day. It is thought that this will be J.

graph: offices and 12,595:}telephone; : offices. Ohl! the pleasure past all rhymIng, enormous rattlesnake lay coiled on 00, fnm the Favabnah Construction one of the best seasons the fish dealersave ,

The profits derived from thf m amountto And the joy that will bega! top of the huckleberries in tilt company and assumes the control of the h had for several although it
When all the bells are chiming. twelve-quart pail, with bb-head erect at years,
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property once. Sale and Feed Stables
than $250,000 yearly IB I pened rather late. Livery
more And my ship comes and his tail more than humming. Mia All the dealers re-
MIMlMHHMBilMBBHM8JM-- -. "2* Oysters are fine, and quite trade is port orders.
--- -- a large
club and
There are storms and sudden dangers Still grabbed a went for the
AN English women of jrf"at wealth Hiding cruelly around snake. The first whack of the club carried on by the dealers. In the North Pat is a printer lie hails from THE FINEST TURNOUTS IN TIlE CITY. :
claims that tbe clergy 19 much attention Where just such ocean rangers missed the snake the
pay somehow but it hit people may worry as to how the lIe .1'-
As fairy bark are found. Georgia. worked six months in the
lo the poor tbat thy couM not Dlow my breath of heaven behind he'", Mrs. Juston's pail of berries, upset it, poor shall be fed, but with us they have 3anner office for which he received ten Prompt Attention and Reasonable Charges.Drummers' _, : :'

get one to attend her husband) when he And guide her safely home, .' 7 and sent its luscious contents scatter- only to go fishing and get all they want ,
And day shall find her- I In the The ollars a week! then transferred his
some on ground. snake went
.
needed npiritnal 'con olatio;i. She admits ; of the finest fish and in the Teams and
renters world.
My ship from o'er the foam I over with the berries, and was ready eryices to the New Capitol for about the Draying a-i
a great deal, I Is the coniment of ih:- ObI! the birds will all be singing -St. Andrews Messenger.
When her crew the haven: win: for fig-htin a second. :Miss Still gave it to lame length'of time,whet e for proficiencynd '
AUanta Journal. The bells will all be ringing: him, but in dealing with him she didn't The bigdrec'ge "Mantanzaa" iacutting skill in the art preservative of all Specialty. 1t

iaia- secondary When my ship comes In! teem to be able to get away from Mrs. i iJuston's into the marsh below the foot of Lake arts, he was duly diplomaed. A month .
IN Holland a woman Mary J. FarrablnSt. Nicholas.AT
consideration-and a poor consideration the snake spilled got enough berries,of and the even club when and. Worth at the rat- of from 75 to 100 yards ago he made application Congressman Stables in Brick Building Cor. Call! and Thompson Streets,.

at that. No Dutch gentl nan, when HUCKLEBERRY IIILL turned to wiggle away in the brush per day, while the dredge "Biscayne"that lussell, of Georgia, for a position in the One Block from Depot. I

e walking the sidewalk, will move out Miss Still didn't appear to be able to started in at New River to work government printing office at Washingon -

of his way for a lady. The' latter turns follow him, but stood in the midst of northward and met the "Mantanzas," ; 8 nd secured 8&mt-a: snug berth 0 Starke, Florida.FlorMa -ii

out invariably, however miJdy or dangerous Rattlers Causo Trouble and Terrify -. the spilled berries and danced about has made about four miles of her way. five hours work and $6 pay. Pat, here

the street. i Grandpa Connor. striking at the snake that was away ma lAke in Marion county are the s our hand.-Ocala Banner.
out other reach, so that by the time the
'
..
...- Every year people flock to Huckleberry rattler disappeared in a crack in the bones of some prehistoric animal which Clayton W. Smith a foreman at Ba- Contr and Pomnsnlar Ham

VENICE is in hopes of reviving her hill from away up in Steuben rock :Mrs. Juston's berries were tram- i in life was over one hundred and fifty ker's mill four miles north frem hero, 1

ancient maritime prosperity.: Important county }f. Y.; from clear over in)dc. pled to a pulp. Some of Mrs. Juston's feet in leangth. This huge skeleton is was seriously wounded by a razor in the FLORIDA TRUNK LINE. ,

harbor-works have l-een goijg; on for the Kean county, the furthest parts of Potter friends said that Miss Still did it on said to be in water fifty feet deep and hands of Ed Taylor, a colored man who

last twenty years to forn the "Lido county. and distant sections olTioga purpose, but Miss Still went off smilingly is visible
yet plainly thevertebue being works the same mill. On last Wednes-
Port," which probably will Jjc ready for county, says a Roulette (Pa.) to her picking, and said nothing. nineteen inches diameter.-Ocala New lay morning Smith reproved the Short Line to Tampa and South Florida .

vessels next a'thouglc the works correspondent of the New York SHU. James Connor, aged seventy, and

will not be concluded lear till 1 !).;. Huckleberry hill is the only place his grandson Charley, aged ten, were: Capitol. negro for idleness, flapped him with his STANDARD TIME.-Jnlj3,193.) Tralai from Jacktoarllla. toot Hogta Strut, !f
within a radius of fifty miles where the p the There is open hand and turned to walk
among huckleberry pickers on never a day in the year that away. .
.
) AT the crematory at Fresh Pund, L. j., fruit for which it is named grows in L the hilL Grandfather Connor got the people of Florida could not have all Just as he turned the negro drew a '1- I L I Ot "

1,010 corpses haye been tturned-G50 any quantity, and the people of all that tired, and got in the shadowof P he fresh fruits and vegetables they use, razor and struck at him, cutting a gash Aw; A:; I Iou U.Dh1.aOD. :A;j AM:;j l ( lt DIVUtonNo10.1 I ..
country being especially fond of huckleberries rock to take '
a a GrandBom I t
nap. and Florida an inch deep from the back of his neckto ,
id 35 to consumes as I
girls. yet
270 53 boyp, a epare <
men, women, they think nothing of driving Charley perched on the rock and -i: )io.7.1 ISo. 8. N.40. N o.i., IN9 LIXi1t
-
01 these persona 510 were German, all night and a part of a day to get on went to observing things. After old L much (or more) canned fruits and vegetables the renter of his throat. Dr. Hanna TWvfil U alLy[ Fem&ndln& XTi4 p 9 60 a 640p 7 00 ai.T; JachonvUeAr] 41111. :S.

335 native Americans, 34 English, and the prolific barrens of Huckleberry Mr. Cqnnor had been snoozing a few as any other State in the union. dressed the wound and says Smith will 4i .11.1' BaIdwifl2i9P5 Callahan Ar :3 03 P 7 riO 20.a i4p 9 7 35a 10 a Lv\r LakeClty S$ -':.,

the rest from other countries.! There lull, where several square miles of minutes he opened his eyes, raised his Laziness not hard times, affect most: recover, but he certainly had a close I I 10 Uf pin 1plAr.!'p Jacksonville Ar306 P_7 45. 12 27 a 10 I a Ar LUeOa'xMadUon 1.1 Lv 1 I 2 Pii. .-.; .

are 15: crematories in the United! Spates. potbing but berry bushes and sword head, and told his grandson that if he people who complain of their lot.-Juno call. Tl.eni gioiFcii like brakes beneath the scorching I 4. 2 21 p'Ar Lawte.1 11: P 4 26 a 5"7 ..
spread didn't P
quit punching him in the back Lv1 < a 2 pAr Tll"huM Lv 1 "
The steel: rails 4 00
for the Carrabelle Tallahassee 1 10 a
Starke
II 08 2:1.: pAr P
ONE item which the cooKing ecbools sun. The hill is one thousand feet b he would get a switch and dress his Sun.The 11 21 p P 2 52: a Ar Hampton 1.1',1:1, : 54 P 3 40 a *8 40a 10 a, 4 3 35 20 p Ar ArRlTerJnnctlonLT Qulncy Ly13iJ a i < '!
and p
above the valley of Pine creck, in eastern jacket Grandson Connor hadn't been census bureau at Washington has I Georgia railroad arrived l131p 30lpAr Waldo L1'1:85p: 323a t 0 f
might discuss thtt would-be- helpful,, Ir last week and 122< a 3.U plJ; r Hawthorne Lvl11 as p :2 U a 83 Pl 0 pi Ar I'eusaeola LT' I 1
I Potter county, and abounds in punching the old man in the back, and issued a report shewing the amount of r Mr. Oliver, who has the 1 353a 4 Jt pAr! Cltra Lvli2Sp 169 a .-.__! alAr Mobil. Lv 1 I sL.:
would be food for old peopU). We knowthat Beamed and tumbled contract for .... ..... . .. 7 45 ajAr New Orleans LT .
ledges heaps of:r said so. Mr. Connor dropped off to mortgages on farms and homes in Flor laying the iron, is pushing _... 4 50 pAr'lllvr; i prIngsLv - --"- ; I1 $

their diet should be a l IF tie different loose rocks.tWhole families camp for] sleep again. By and by he woke up ida. It puts the amount of per capita the wprk as rapidly as possible. Already $3a SOSa5O4pAr$ O3prAr Widwood Ocala Ly LriO87a1355 SSSallOSp a : 10p; Ar Jackson.Cairo Vila*LT iio.l 1 45pISSOaAr __.: ." ,

..s and it ie a sad case to see a :family that days on this forbidding barren to pick with start, sternly addressed his grandson : mortgage indebtedness in Florida $40,, sev- ral miles of track have been I 07 a. 7 10 pAr L.cooh Lv 8 22 a $ 41 P ---1 OOa Ar St.LooU Lv 1.1 f ,
in it ami not know huckleberries for market. As as 112 a 7 U pAr Owenboro I.v 81 a 9 86 P .43pAr Chicago 1.1 Slip M
has an aged parent r many again,charging, the boy with punching : :
laid and 9 ,
which is much legs than the average of I construction trains are runningover a 2 a 7 26 pILe Dade City 1.1 O a :p \:
what little delicacies prepare for that L one thousand five hundred persons have him in the back, and assuring bImth,3.t S I'a 8 M Plant City Lv 8 a 8 p dally. Pullman Sleeps :
been on the hill at one tune, where a repetition of it would bring on the Sia'es! thus far n ported upon. A it daily. Further down the line a T a I 2 PI.r. Tampa Lv 8 0 all O p 1.2.8.1 and New Orleans on 1 aaA w

: parent. _ ._+__. bulletin which large force' of hands under the immediate Train for St. Marks leve T.H&ae.Ija.
-- dancing platforms, hurdy gurdies, open his head dire punishment. The boy accompanies this one .. I ud car,the Atnt.Tap.Pulan m. and ,'
TneHdayi. Thursdays SatartlaTft .
ONE of the questions treated: by the air gin mills, brass bands, and all kindsof pleaded his innocence of the charge, shows tbe per capita indebtedness of the supervision of Chief Engineer Damon 81111. leare St.Marks 11:20 a. m.tbel day*. .

Tuberculosis Congress in PAris.. has been faking schemes are in full blast to and the old man went to sleep again. State of New York to be fG8-or: over is pushing work on the few miles Da i-: Daily Balnbrldge Connections Montgomery at Naahrllto ThomMrffla sad aide.';.'j

the obligatory cremation of the remain 3 amuse and fleece the visitors. In a short time he awoke with a startand I six times that of the: State of Florida. remaining ungraded, and a*, other Ifon. Da 1 I No 4 No 3: nat!. r
Like all good huckleberry districts, exclaimed: No. U >''
of consumptives. Earth wdrms, it :was All three of the saloons were closed I places bribge bands are building bridg, 1 i Fernandlna and mWrlan4 ;'
fl.
Huckleberry hill is a favorite haunt o f "There you go again, you young rascal 400s 1 Wldtood 2 110 6 PI *$ ,
urged, bring to the surfac the bacill rattlesnakes until about four o'clock that erecting treftles, etc. Present indica- 2 a S PAr Lbnrg LT I a 0 P
and they grow there to Now I'll trounce you well! Monday a 7CTpAr LvSSAa 840p No. .fNo.' 60.1 I
which infest the dead bod and in dry extraordinary size and virility. These He rose up to carry out his threat afternoon. Their licenses had expiredon tiona point to tbe completion of the t e a I 00 plAr TaTar.Apopk& Lv1 T 8 a I 6 P 4 30 | ) 30 | 2 o'L. t 0 lS*. "
JactonvW.
weather they may be inhaled in the snakes keep many pickers on the move when the boy's eyes, which had become the last day of September, which:t road between now and the first of Noveinber. 10 a a _I_1._p.. Ar r Winter Orlando Pak Lv1 5 1 e a 8 Ptl P 5 60<< PI'| 10 alLY| Fera.dDa //J 45.! ?..'.-

form of <'. 118t. from one part of the big berry patch t<0 fixed on the old man's back, began to was I fct Saturday::! and they had to sue .--Tallahasgean. tlS pl...........AI < Lv1 S 0 a 11 f p Laves Jacksonville and Fernaadlaa dally

.- another part, for they are alway S bulge, and he shouted: -- - -. -- I -t: Trains make thus are da ecpt cept Sunday. Connects at Fernanda for .

MANY of the houses in IJolIand hay around, and some huckleberry visitorsdo "There's a snake on your back, pend business until the county commissioners .d&Iab. _ cenness. Cumberland forming the Island.Cumberland JekyIZaisadss&

a special door which in niver opened, not care to dispute territory with grandpa! There's snake on yor back!"; cud! act upon their petit .' 1 I D 'I'II making Brumck.connections for Macon. Boats., {,
them but retreat to other ions for lUen&e at their regular meeting If You Have and northern and we.t AttCunoopa
,
points -
a 5 Grandfather Connor
save on two occasions, wlin there is ,a feeling a weight ......... ArlllO$ __ learei JacksonTllle 8:40 a. m. : -
soon as they can discover a rattler o:r there, had glanced over his shoulder on Monday and grant them permits a 6 ......... Ar Wado Lv 11 21 a _._._ Fernsndlna 5:00 p. m.. arrive 1T" .
marriage or a death in the Hemily.! Tha _...._.. _. Jai
hear in their Scrofula Arc Lv102a
er 6:15
ono vicinity. Others p.m.
I, and saw: a snake writhing and wrig The coinmieHorers attmdcd to this ,......... ..r ........ '
bride and groom enter by this dO r; i it though, are loath to give .T_M__ ..Ar Cedar Keys Lv 1"a.. ,
up a good gling and rattling there, hanging t 0Connor's business first thing} on their assembling Sores Boils or Archer aiT&
daily
Le.v eaceps Suad. JackeonytIJe-4ashv111.. ( Lake A
is then nailed or Larrl'llupuntil a dpthoccnrs picking place because a rattlesnake T
01''C its
teeth.
clothing by With a p.m.for Wifliston. Early Bird Mines;
-Titusville Star. I-le Macon and Atlanta).
when it is opened ttad (lie body two are taking things comfortable yell like a wild Indian the old man any other skin disease, ruve Eagle Mines daily.except &at 43 .yNo. tJ

is removed by this! exit. ; there and don't care to be disturbed[, broke across Huckleberry hill, howlingat All the niplojes of Ju'iu.s' Ellinaer! & take .&._m._for Archer and IntreiAte polnta..i .. .2.| No.S.| | Nt-'gaJ'
---ii I'
a Ar rj 7 08p 600asLv Tampa ArlJackionTille l l pifiti $
'- and they pitch in with clubs and rout every jump, and his grandson bringing Go's cigar fat lory went cn a strike this 10 0 0 a r 0:P LyOcaial180oU Lv' 8 a a 40 p 7 OOa 8 30 p LT Ar|I740al84 ff"t .

TilE "electric city," Wagara Full I or slay the reptile tenant of the spot. up the rear, bellowing like a bull inori.ing. Tiie net caupe of the ntiike' I 2.


grows with much rapj.j'tY.*lot".itl.HtBrHI- ,: So at almost any time of day a visito calf. The sight of the old man dashing has not been learnul, and it. is d I ublfulif AY .R S _.ia..... I e35pAr p Ar Homolas&IvruII Lv Lv 7 Oa 1 ..:..Cp..._ 4 lOp 25 p 4 7 45 Ooa a,LT300p LT Atlanta Macon ArilO Ar CUp 15 pIll ru 88.v .'
may see men, women and children, wildly' aVj.ig with a big rattlesnake 6 Mp LvLaoocheLOBAr IMp, LT ChattanoogaAr' lOOp !lie : ;;
the fact that the gigantic electrical 16a
ing the ciJ 1mahrtil themselves know what .
some of them pale and terror-stricken L, hanging to his back created great excitement : I 10 P ArTarpon SprinasAt 7 a 7 p 6 25 a 7 SOpUr) Na.hvils; LT 7 4ft aJ 8Mp .
tunnel and motors arts not Jet in opera 1- moving away from some particular locality : they have struck for. Some t-f them I 1 a I pAr $ 7 USa T (tIp --i 45aLT, Atlanta Ar| I
the
among groups of pickers SARSAPARILLAthe I 48pAr Clearwater Ar 647p 2 Op 1 67 a!"r 1
tion. A new city direclorjr jii..t issued 1 with much haste, and othersthrashing .that- the frantic procession tore' claim that 1 the proprietors of the fr.ctory C 3.5. 10 40p or Stletrbnrl Lv 5.6 40a 5 6 p 1001 7 05 a|"r \VBxhinKtoD L.trn-tkNorg ArtS;' a

shows an increase of over 7:)K() names the away in the bushes wit!h through, and some groups broke up in i: demanded that they hould reside in Superior Nos.l.2,5 and e dall.1. Through PuUmaoSlesperm 2 ((1 23 a \r New York Lv 41'i1 f

)last year. This indicates on incrop.se of clubs and holding* their own agains: ; a panic and rushed yelling in all direc West Tampa, but the proprietc.rs say BloodPurifierand I. Only between one cbaige Tamp and letwpeu Nashville Tampa on 5 and sad iTip14.i6p1Lv e so a 9 54)pAr, Ltriuitwhant At's.sta: A Ar.__........
the snakes. tions through the bushes. Connor Chicago.Jan8ae City and "ew York. 5 30 pi 7 2.mAr ; r\\_
over 3,000 population with' i a )'ear. ran: that no such demand was made. It I is Medicine. Ierth, II"r
..- Not a day passes that some one isn' more than two miles, the snake clinging Spring old through to th""P"f'hltM. 10 U HJ 7 25aAr! Ksio.a. ,!:! -- 'k;4
that the strike ill be
thought vs easilj
THE Western Tobacco J&rnal adduces bit by a rattler. When the berry pickers to him, when he passed a man named very Cures others, Ticket flmLR. S5P5t n", CtFI't. corner HOKao. Depot foot of Iloir-n : lt. JaY
return from settle Tampa Times. N. 8 l'ENNISGTON.Traffic Macager.1'IIOFESSIN.tL. A. 0.MACDONKLL.en.. ;
figures to show that the annual per-cap- the hill to their rariou! Henry Clark. Clark gazed after the fling r- Pau.A" .
homes they fetch with them stories o;f old man with the snake trailing and Sunday morning in LuVilla H colored will cure -
ita consumption of manufactured tobacco youJ.
I queer and exciting experiences with contorting behind him before he realized family named Barney built a fire in the -- -- --- -- -. DRUG STORE.
in this basis? of -
country, on a G.1,000,000 '
rattlesnakes that
t some one has had. the true situation of affairs, and for domestic and the L.1
STEWAUT
yard purpcse3, entire E. I).
population is five and one third pounds, This recital has come to be know then he started in pursuit Connor was I -: -
household were PBgaged in work of WISS & SONS'
:" costing not less than $5' &t retail. Xo hereabouts as the annual crop of snak: going so fast that Clark chased him aquartt'r PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.Office .
stories :from hilL of mile different kinds around tle premises.e I. PRACTICALORANGE
t other country approached the UnitedStates Huckleberry Th a before he came up with Starke Drug Co.
in the amount and; value of tobacco gathering of this crop is awaited with with him, the old man running;: all the mother finally told one of the CLIPPERLength
consumed percapitsu I more interest by many people than the< faster the more Clark yelled to him to younger/ children to go into the yard and STAKKK, FLA.

}. .'- picking of the huckleberry crop stop. When Connor's pursuer got within replenish the fire burning there with ,'iJ.t Inches. .
J ----- Among the best of these stories that reach of him he grabbed for the wood pOWELL: WILLS.Tate .
additional hnd
:.4 A JEALOCH wiled'If l'ei>'ignan conked have reached Roulette, which is thirty snake and caught it firmly by the nV thought no more

l her dress with petroleuiw, locked the miles from the hill, but which sends i a lIe cave: it a yank and jerked it loose .f the matter until she was startled by acream. tender their Powell. M. D.. services and J. C.to Wills.the M. I),
f
professional
house door and then callejl her husband: caravan of huckleberry pickers ther from its fastenings on the old man, but It seems that the child in en of Starke and surrounding rountry.ctzf'nl l'alI

f to her. Just as he approtjched:: the lit a every season are these: like a flash the rattler threw its head deavoring to build up the fire got too; promptly attended. J. L. GASKINS,

match and set her clothes yn fire. Then, Mrs. Juston, of Leetonia, had foun and whole length of its body back and close and its clothing ignited, or it ft I Office at Dr.J. I.. iasklna* Drug Store. DEALER IN
a patch where the berries were struck at Clark. The latter mechanically in at rate when its mother arrivedit Throe Clippers are made of the very finest mate
-
,
especially any
seizing her husband in hoer arms, she rial fully warranted,and any found defective will
fine and abundant. She was jerked his head back, or the rat tI- was in the midst of the blaze, and be replaced.The J.L.l'R.ZEF. and Medicines 1:
Drugs
held him tight till they vere both enveloped tier's blades are slightly eurved.wtth edges itlffer
rapidly filling her twelve-quart pail, fangs would have struck him in the flames than last season. It la the only practical Clipper ,
though
in ll mf'H. TheJ woman died much to the envy of Miss Still a :frien the cneek. As it was they sank in his immediately extinguished made,and Indorsed by all who have used them. ATT'Y AND COUNCILLOR AT
Sold by the Hardware and Supply Trade.
and the man at last accounts was crazy I of hers who hadn't struck extraordinary ;- sleeve at the shoulders, and before the the burns are serious and J. WISS & SONS. Newark N. J., Manufacturers.G.W.YOUNG LAW. Starke, Fla.

and likely to die. J luck. Suddenly Sirs. Juston picket snake could release them Clark seizedit may be fatal.-Times Union. Room No. 1.Jonvti' Block. ..t'

!- up her pail and walked away from he- around the neck with his left hand A serious cutting affray took placa STAKKE. FLA. Pbysu-ians'' Prescriptions Carefully Compounded

MRS, MA-CY FROST OiuisnY; is one of) rich find without saying a word. Miss and held it there until he choked it to near the city building last night at 11 at all Honre-Day or Night.G.S.HACKER&SON. \}

th. J leading agitators oY the Still gazed after her in amazement, and death. F.J.l'IBI.DS,
.; "peace o'clock, in which Ex-policeman BOise
asked her if she Connor in the
wasn't coming back t t movement." She advoctes the abolition I. that exhausted Bennett wa badly cut five or six times. BRICK
lovely spot. to the ground and it was along General Blacksmithand MASON and PLAS-
of military schools aiijl l says that at "No," said Mrs. Juston. "You can time before he could be revived. It weemstbat )as. P. Weidmas and Bennett TERER.

he international peace congress held i in: have it if you want it." When the boy came up, panting and had had some misunderstanding STAKKE. FLA.

Italy in 1891, the Germans, who haveone'of :Miss Still thanked Mrs. Juston effusively crying, and told his story the circumstances L- several evenings ago and last night they Wood-worker for Camp IIron' Brick.
Agent
the largest standing a'mies in the for her great generosity and unselfishness of the case were plain.] Connpr met again. Weidman made an attackon

world, where the mont ealjer for while and was soon sweeping the had laid down near where the snake Bennett, it is reported, with a pistol COMLER : I
berries Into her was in biding, and the rattler, not liking Is located L--PEE
pail just where Mr at the old tinshop. whei
robed peacn. The peac' flag is composed L ? ] and os course Bennett struck back with he is
| the proximity had struck
I Juston had picked up her pail so suddenly I. at him prepared make or repair all kinds of iron
of the and strings
stars surrounded I and walked away. Miss Still was and hit him in the back, but his shirt his fist; a SCUm! ensued and Weidman: tin or wood-work. He will make Fire Insurance.

: by a broad band of pure white.Tnonly in a position that brought her fac was so thick that all the old man felt used his knife too freely. C.iptain An- you a LIVERPOOL
: wagon or repair your coffeepot; make Represents A LONDON A GLOBE
.- almost even with her pail, and as she was the thump, which he thought was, dreu arrested W eidnan,wbile Dr. Linda a plow you PIIOVI DENCB. VAS1I INGTON. GREEN WICU
wives of Presidents who I his grandson punching him. The third or repair your buggy) ; shoe your SECURITY and U.ltTFOW Fire Ininianre
were was picking
two
away, big rattlesnake ley dressed Bennett's wounds. This
PS. .. s horse or sell you a Chicago Aermotor. Companies. Choice In town and
: under of were' rose from time the snake struck its fangs had for sale. Isod
fifty Tyler's somewhere onnty
up behind
years age sec the< Morning Weidman was fined f 10.00 and Xow, Mr. Farmer, it will
pay you to find
ond wife who h tttegty-three and pail and stuck their ugly noses th caught under one of Connor's suspend STARKE. FLORIDA. '
WitS over
e
,
costs in the for out all about this windmill
: side of it, not two feet from Miss ers and become fast In it. It was hang city court, disturbing tbe ,as it can be used :
in the White Hou esix away
was only ; months
:
;: ; Still's face. For an instant the ing there when it was discovered by peace, and waived an examination 0:ate for any purpose that water power can be SOCIETIES. ,

4 Sarah Children Polk foly-twn; Jane woman was unable to move, but youn then the boy and his grandfather, and th Sold : charge of assault. He was placed put to. When you are in town call and -X"tF ACE OF- ,

3 : Appleton Pierce, wl.o wfis forty seven; ,she recovered herself, sprang up and man's terror started him on his under bond to appear at tbe next term learn all about it. It does not take a wagon Bradford Lodge, No. 4?, F. Jt A. M. -

r c; Mary Todd Lincoln, wlo WAS forty; ran. wild effort to escape :from a snake tha of the circuit court.-St.Augustine News load of money to purchase one, but it i is: Met Thursday night before the third Doors Sasb $ Mould.

Julia Pert Grant, wlo >as fotty six; 'Hello, Emmyl" saiff. Mrs. Juston was fast to him. This rattleanakameasured worth a big pocket J lull to you. Sunday In each mont Blds,

I Lucy Webb Hayes forty-Cjur; Lucretia from her new picking spot, laughing atwhat t; nearly five feet and had ten: Senator Call has introduced a bill providing Geo. W. U c X. D. "."I WM.WRIGBT}'. ,MALPHURS.Sec. W.M.
rattles. for the removal of tbe United Young iiis
Garaeldforty-threeand Jfrs.\ ': Cleveland she thought was a jjood joke. S t

who was twenty-two wberj martied. "Did you see 'em?" Within the past ten days there has States barracks at St. Au ustine, Fla.: Starke Fla. May Lodge >o. 10, I. o. O. }".-Regular Bnll MatBr ,
-
The and their establishment .
secret of Mrs. Juston's generos. been an organization founded which on Anastasia --- --,
t -- --- -- metng ever Tueda
ity was revealed to Miss\ night In |
Island. The bill
Still and it provides that $500,000
J. STEWART WALLACE Home will make Orlando their lal.
f. RuU headquarteis. dent
made her so angry that she stopped shall be appropriated for the erection of The Music Honso of Flori Tlted.brother N.W. in- -'-
HACKETT.
member of the British Parliament who running, hunted around until she ThE Seventh Day Adventists' of the the barracks Anastasia Island a.I a. W.F.Malphura N.G. Window and 31|
on
to be Glass
Fancy
; has recently been in found State hare so gained in membership and
club
Chicago
) visitingthe a and hastened back to her F.J. FIELD 8.P. G. and Sec. V. G.
World's Fair, told a Hew York reporter huckleberry paiL The snakes were financial strength as to warrant the or- I expendid under the direction of the Specialty. J|

( Vt just before tailing fjtr home that still there, and Miss Still pitched into ganization of a. State conference. ElderL. secretary of war, and that such sum shall Manier, Lane & Co.

he was much pleased with his visit. them. They were ugly and fought her II. Crisler of this city i is president, be immediately avail be.'! It further I, (Successors to A. 1 U. Charleston, S. C.

: "What we need," said yie, Ui, more back so fiercely that she had to thrash and Elder J. W. Callie also of this cityis provides that before any part of such > Carnplell.We .? D. MINER ,i
around in the bushes for several money shall be expended tbe will sell and deliver at your nejrest station W. L. DOUGLAS
American progress in England: and more minutes before she laid them out, a member of this executive committee. attorney- first-class .
English conservatism i In Cr'ando Reporter.High general of the United States shall examine -
America.
4 .. and after she had laid these two S3 SHOE NoWp.Do
Which in the opinion of th and Watchmakerand wear them? When next la Reed paJr.T.
Living: : and on the i&land selected for Organs J 171
the barracks !
one that :
seems to measure up 3he situation came on the scene to see .- Best In the world.
neatly and accurately. what was going on. While Miss Still it you keep at it. i.s apt to tell upon the and report to the president whether; 4
,. liver. The things to prevent this are Dr. For less money than house : flOQIJ144oof
the title of the same is clear and any ;,
= retired among the of pickers ata indisputable We lestatp.1 .'. 10
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-- 7 group Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Take one of guarantee instruments to be 3. Jeweler "
distance to rest and be and if the title is found sented. We will :: .
A KANSAS woman wiio has been congratulatedon these little Pellets for a corrective orgentle i to be ship a Piano or : <
elected police justice of Jier city, has her pluck, Mrs. Juston, seeing that laxative-three for a Cathartic'Thp.Y'rethp bad and doubtful, such part of said sum any not honest man or woman on trial and if zso$3.5Or1LOO- ; / ..

adopted a novel solution for the tramp the land bad been eleared for her, returned ('@ to take.pleas of money as shall be necessary to make ways.; satisfactory we wiil pay ..freight. both Starke, Fla. Ww A
to the choice anteet and most natural in *
picking patch that the
they
way the title !
problem. The first trarr-p; who was ahe had so unselfishly renounced her act. They do permanent good. Constipation perfect slia1 be expended and *2.254. i ) $'.75 .

; : brought; before her for judgment was sentencedtotwo claim to in favor of Miss. Still and Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, Sick wise proceedings, shall be by taken condemnation under the, or directionof otherf Cash or on Installment Assortment 42.00 fOI IDY .
baths day ten da"sandto resuSed her or Bilious Headache and all derangement : :
a tcf picking there. When :Miss the attorney-general of the United Largest .'e 5
hard labor on the' t.fone4tile) with the Still went back to go on with her pick- of the liver, stomach, and Dowels, States. It provides further that the barracks Sheet Music, Strings. Violins. Banjos, Ff. ,. .1

,' order that he be fed if he. worked andP' ing she was knocked out more than she ar They're prevented guaranteed, relieved to and cured. and the Adjourning; lots belonging- ical Guitars Instrument, Accordeons from, and ill fact every Mu WatchesClocks ,
,
starved if he shirked. Th*prisoner sur. had been by the first sight of the two ii every caee or your mosey give satisfaction is returned. to the United States shall be sold to the Grand Piano. a Jew's Harp to a

rattlers leering at her over her pail to highest bidder for cash, after due adver oooo pieces choice music at
vived the oiderl! but row the first find that Mrs. Juston had taken possession I tisement in five leadingnewepapers pub copy or 15 copies for $1.00. ten cents per and If you want a ffna DRESS SHOt made fa t b* li'styfes

.:; question a tramp asks on }pproaching; a of those bushes. She remonstrated The worst cases of Chronic Catrrah in lished in the State' of Florida and two in Any sheet IIIUM'C published at :25 to 50 d : Jewelry. don't pay$6 to$8,try ,$3JO, -';:;

Kansas town is whether apolice} judge with her. the head yield to Dr. Sage's: Catarrh New York for ninety days, and the cenL"""-below publishers' .,rice3. per $5 Shoo. They fit equal t custom madeandlook11 .J-J
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Remedy. So certain it that i its makers money paid into the treasury of the Send for free Catalogue. Special attention given to the repairing of wear a well. If you wish -', <$
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ae| man or womad. ."I guess J was here first," was all otter ;:; do eonomlelourfot.
; $500 reward for an incurable case United States. Clods Watches. so by purchasing W. L. "i
: Jacksonville, ant Hooe work done at Sho. Na..
: Florida. reasonable rates. price stamped on the bottom,look for I when joe boy f-j
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.. d-, ,* pUsh. Looking back over a long time
of
i. -
,., The Cost of Canned
Vegetables.
.: experience it seems only too evident for POULTRY. gooses ty]
FromThe Florida Agriculturist:
II'I $ reasonable doubting that legislation in The investigation by:the Agricultural I SHILOH'SCURE.
;4j this country has ha .
; dicaped the farm.er's It is such countries as France that fur- Department at Washington into the ex TAKE I

t1, more than floods and drouths and nigh ths best market for eggs. In that tent of the adulteration of foods in the TWEBEST

q,: ,. fires, all combined have done. Farm- United States has .
republic over 80,000,000 eggs are annually revealed not only that aueM CUltt
em let take
us council
The Farmer a Sufferer from legis what we can do. used for clarifying wines. The the people of this country are paying Z5c50'lsl!..
| IBHiV VB "
; f lation. A. F. BOYCE. amount of money expended in the egg seven hundred millions of dollars an- Cures Cough, Ho n n-, ore Throat
(Joacb.
Croup "Whooping
Farming, in its broadest sense, is an Salt industry in this minner at 12 cents a nually for adulterations that are besides and Aathnuu pl'OmptlY\relieves For Consumption it baa no

: industry that thrives best when legis in Agriculture.The dozen would be no less than the comfortable being valueness for food in many failed rival has will cared thousands If taken where in time.all others Sold
Salt Union ; cra YOU
: Ution neither attempts to foster it nor to Cheshire, has issueda awn of $810,000. casesaie actually poiaocous and injuriousto by Druggists on a J namntee.: For Lame Back

r discriminate in favor of other lines of circular drawing attention to the valueof so* the user, but to the further fact that or CaJeSLusa SHlCQH'S PIA8TKB. 25 eta.JLOHVVCATARRH. i
salt in agriculture. L1 ricydey
industry. Unfortunately, the history of no doubt intended The phampletiis There is probably no more profitable probably not one in a thousand of the

thepast, loth elsewhere] as well as in it is as an advertisement but I place than the orchard for fowls to run, consumers of canned vegetables has S REMEDY

i : this country, chows a general tendency rate valuable headsthe as indicating, under saper- as both fowls and trees are greatly ben. any comprehension of the price they pay "you Catarrh_ 1 This remedy la guaranteed Tlrst inTfires

: of law makers to foster certain branches various ways in which salt efited by the arrangement. You reap : for nutriment taken from the tin cans to cure you. Price 00 eta. Injector tree.

; of industry whereby wealth might be increased culturist.benefits the land and stock of the agri two'crops on the same land, and the that bestrew the yards anti are such an S. and Improvements

o' and taxes more readily obtained. Exception may, however, land is not worn oat by the process. eyesore to all who behold them.

If we will but sift out the chaff, or pretense raised possibly in be favor taken to one or two points ... For illustration it is shown that the A WOMAN HAS Riders of Victor Pneumatics carry an extra inner tube

i so invariably set forth, we will 1. of salt: Remember, the poultry house must be food material in canned string beans YM-jr little desire to enjoy the pl a arM of to be used in case accident. By simply
Salt consists of two-thirds chlorideand aid la entirely unfitted! for the care of l>na- removing a punctured -
costs the about :) pound.
; quite surely find the real intent of such kept as clean as circumstances will per. consumer $ a keeping or any ordinary..nUwi.If afflicted with inner tube hole
: legislation has been to obtain 'larger one-third soda, ami as the solvent mite Disease is confined to no particular The object of the report of the chief through a in the rim, repair is

sums ot taxes without exciting open I powers of chloride are twenty times breed, season or climate. Prevention is chemist is not to discourage the use of SICK HEADACHE effected in five minutes by replacing with a new one. >.

i !r hostility. greater than those of rainwater/it is un better than cure.-Poultry and Pets. unadulterated canned goods: but to en- DAY AFTER If you are going to ride why not ride the best?

fc Farmers are the most available class doubtedly the most. powerful substance ighten!: the head of the family labor- : DAY

t of worms upon which governments cant known for breaking up the soil and set- Lime Water is Valuable. nz under straightened: circumstances, Aid yet there are few diseases that yleM rooipromptly OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
ting its constituents' to proper med!< tmatmetthtrefore
free
:. prey and for this reason the farmer is and available to An exchange publishes the following in a more economic way of supplying 0 the Btmoit Importance thai ... -.n.. BOSTON WASHINGTON DE'..)
nourish the roots of the if ble remedy should always be ER. SAN FRANCISCO.
hand.
plants the nutriment to those dependent him. at I'artu
: : found mainly toiling in what might be soil pertinent article on the use of lime upon period of more thanSIXTY
be
.' ; fitly called the back-ground. stilfand dry, it is useless, and the water and how to prepare it, and also The report is summed up as follows: -

;. The Farmers' Alliance movement had roots cannot spread. An ordinary quantity the effect it has: 'An expenditure of ten or fifteen cents YEARS

: for, its motto-"Emancipation from of rain is not Sufficient on stiff or "The value of lime water as a tonic for in a good article of flour or meal will hire h. been S Inetasce reported whew W J.HILL. H. M. PAP WOR'tli

thraldom sloping land. In all cases salt hastens procure as much nutriment for a famijyas use pare not bees permanent! anj IUL
through unity of action. fowls and chicks cannot be overestimated. }

ifl i v Dot it had as its Purpose of action the weathering.2. Salt It has a decided and beneficial the investment of $3 or $4 in canned PROMPTLY CUREDBY w. J. HILL CO.I
absorhs moisture "
from
: worst error conceivable-"Special legis- the at- result in helping the growing chick or goods.
mosphere, and retains it. in the soil. thus If this fact could be fixed in the m em
i ; lation for the farming interest." This 'idnU fowl in digesting the food, keepingthe

i ; insidious idea had become so deeply compensating::. Salt for a deficiency of rain. digestive organs in health, and preventing ory of every head of a family, be it the e.1._rated.e" a single bot of the geanlis Said Jnitl- ESTABLISHED 1873.

, j rooted and gilded over that the farmers' purifies and decomposes all the clogging up of the craw of father or mothe, or husband or wife, SANFORDFI.A

i i were, like others have been, captivated inert matter.: the chick that is being pushed for "allit who owns or rent3 house andlot inFlo- DR. C. MeLANE'SLIVER -

I I by it and thus easily led to the alter 4. Salt makes stubborn soil easier to is worth." The food fed by many ri!'a, how many kitchen gardens:: would THE WHOLESALE HOUSE FOR
work.
where victims breeders is rich and take the place of the scattered tin cans, PILLS
J are bled. The farmer to the young too Hardware Stoves Doors
5. .. ,
Salt ,
v .needs no protecting legislation, for if quickly destroys all kinds of destroys their digestive organs to a certain and the spare moments occupied in which may be procured at any drug store or wll
Sash
noxious vermin, wire M mailed to any address on the Blinds, Paints Leads
worms and tl'elptofUeent. ,
and cultivating
I slugs planting garden vegeta- _
J left free he can protect himselt. The extent, hence dropping, diarrhcca lapostagvstavps.
turnip fly. bles. "A saved is two Purchasers of these Pills Oils. Brick Lime
penny pence should be careful U
farmer needs and cholera. It is this
: no fostering ]legislation, "clogging up"of procure the genuine article. There _ _
:, : for this is sure to cost him far more than G. Salt renovates old pasture lands, the craw that promotes cholera, I am earned," is an old adage, but very muchin anterfetts on the market well calculated are seven tt __ Cement. Iron Le* '

the same is worth. makingsour grasses sweet and palatablefor : well satisfied. Fowls fed on "straight" place in Florida. It will probably require -! brated decelTe.Liver The Pills raennlie are maaafactnred Dr. B. McLane's only by eele Sewer a r d Fire-Clay Pipe .

I- ) A good illustration of this can be found salt cattle is and sheep. When ground rock- diet, without change are more apt to [ a good many years ofline upon line FLEMING BROTHKIM CO.Plttubnrg. .. -.;! And aQ Bolldin. ,."terll\l Writ for J'r rJlanafectorers -
freely used for this the and to convince t .. ;
purpose precept upon precept _
breed than those
> in oar government experimental stations lho era given a change.
' animals are healthy. It also neutralizes the people of our State that our climate L of the
\ I This is caused the of .
-Seed and plant distributions-publicaJ by derangement _
J tions, etc, etc. All of which cost the the iwjurious effect of rank grasses on the digestive power, becoming languid and soil is capable of producing very Patent Section LaddFOR
new pastures. At the rate of the food of and : :
all
one ton nearly supply man
per '
and its most iI
: farmers from two to ten times all the failing to perform impor- Artesian Wells
acre in spring, it has a wonderful effect. beast. A profound conviction is the
:. under the soothing -
t gaia they derive thereby; not that these tant and proper duty ---
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J sources of information and distribution i For strengthening the straw: of ce- ((1)) influence of corn and water, first necessity, and the how to-do-it, can --.-- ORANGE GROVES, FIRE PR0TI'
> reals, the use of salt is most best be careful IRRICATINC PAINTERS. ETC
by
important imparted a perusual
PLANTS
V are wothless in fact and truth; bat bet water and corn, etc., etc. I have found ,

l',l$ cause we get the same soonei in other I' only owing substance tothe fact'that which it has seems the to chemical be the by using lime water my chickens never weekly State.of the agricultural cents papers will of your !CoDdtrm-tlon Waterworks and fc-wera.of nil kinds Tin lining(ialvanited and Mech iron..- li \ iilll'd| !House in the Statefor Pump
Fifty buy
own a
: ways; notably larger through the agricultural -! get the "dumps," and my fowls hardlyever Water Tankn and erection of the A.rmortor
I i journals of the country. Now power of setting free the requisite quantity breed cholera. It is cheap and sufficient quantity of ten varieties of good Wind llllls a perialty. Write for eetimatw. I iron Pipes::; Spraying and Irriga-
I of silica to nourish the made in this Take piece of FINICAL ,
stems. manner: a garden seeds be sure you get: them of a & KING.
I
I there is no sound sense in our having!: to 8. For root crops salt is valuable when lime the size of a goose egg, put it intoa reliable seedsman-ninety per cent. cf tii-g (
pay so largely] for what we have already can or other vessel, and one quart of puiits Plumbing Gas(
t obtained from other sources. previously incorporated in the soil, on water; let it stand three days, then pour which will germinate, and the ('liraI'of HAVE A SYSTEM.In ,

account of its powerful moist ngqual. off the water very carefully so as not to house and the out house will go far to fertilize jf itt lug and Tin
is three
Legislation expensive at best, it is or four weeks the shippingseason Roofing
ties as before mentioned, and there is get any of the dregs, and you have the the garden patch.
| quite useless if it costs more than it iaj article. Put two tablespoonsful of the will be at !lli>o conclusive evidence There is
that it prevents disease one use that can lip made of
worth, or if takes from Petor to pay liquid in every quart of water or milk will be leaving Florida by the thousands
in potatoes.. he tin cans. Fu-ch holes in the bottom
t over to Paul that which each one had an you give your birds. of-boxes daily. We sincerely trust that
7. If salt be mixed with other ma- and sink them near the plant"even with
> i qaal right unto, his own earnings. our growers have formulated 1)lans-be SUWANNEE
nures, it will make them far more effective Roup or Sore Head. the suriace. Into this can put fertilizer CLIPPER PLOW.
'i An entire freedom, as to all industrial they good or bad-for the marketing of
by dissolving the various constitu- and irrigate by pouring water through it.
< pursuits before the law, is the proper Since the rush of three weeks ago there their fruit. Even a bad plan has its advantages -
ents, and keeping them moist. The plant gets its food by drinking, andy
| ground for the farmer to take. This has been an increased demand forspongia over no plan at all and a helter FLORIDA FARMERS' FAVORITE.The .
... 10. A plentiful application of salt to > this process the water, percolating
leires him with bis own row to hoe and the: homeopathic remedy for skelter method. The latter is sure to be
j the dung heap will not only fix the valuable through the fertilizer, will carry the food Only Plow That is Pronounced Perfectly Adaptedto
._ entangles him with no other man's misfit ROUP. disastrous and the former may also be,
,I occupation. ammonia: but will destroy millionsof Under this subject Dr.V". F. Roth, of to; the mouths of the plant more readily but it will have the virtueof ha\'inglwen Florida.Tbe .

vermin, whicu would otherwise be than by surface watering.GEO. .
r Two distinct. ideas ought to be clearly Pa., wrote to Davis' Southern Poultry banned[ and thought: over.
carried on to the land and the W. HASTINGS.Interimhen .
damage
fixed in the mind of every farmer-BO Talk under this head an I says some Fla. Xo business in the world it matters t

; far as legislation! is concerned-out is crops. poultrymen seem to be always at their lot how propitiousas its start: how

""'_+ that no legislation as to industrial pur- As to the application of salt, it is difficult wits ead to know which is which, that is. -------- --- promising the outlook, could keep up

4 suits should be countenanced, and the to lay down hard-and-fast rules, as roup or sore head. In describing roup with the same want of system that is

, other is that the currency of the country so much depends upon the condition of he says: Roup is general in attack, given the orange industry. Yet our

j ought to remain fixed a quantity as the soil and the seasons. From eight t') white sore head is sporadic and rarely growers marvel at unprofitable results. .

v, tbe sell in the ocean. ten cwt. per acre for cereals, and ten to contigeous beyond ones own yard. Sorehead Tliemuui: vlio'uts; l>e\'eralthoustnd boxi Sof \ .- C

fifteen cwt. for roots, is generally recommended ia more the nature of catarrh and oranges;: for sal.,,...houltl pulr.tut-I the SLmt' \_ _
"t Legislation has time and again sought
upon the breaking up of land does not partake of tLe malignancy of Conrsf (I.)men in her lilieS of husinessilh -. .
lodo with the :
something prob-
., currency or the month before seed time (but1 not the attack as does roup; the latter i is \vi I oilier. l'oollliculil' I lies for sale-that is __ -

*y lem.and generally: it has simply disturbed with the SeC(1)). Light shallow)) soil requires more of a constitutional affection while I ho.)' l should alli-tnpt ''o !fud: a purchaser: --s#- - .
matters causing a worse condition than
.. more al t. Iterated toj)-l ressi ngs sore head is more of a local nature. ;tnd obtain j 111-- l liigliest lIl.t rkd price-. V ,
;
before. This is all that I legislation d-
can --
in small)) quantities during the spring Roup destroys life becauseof its poi on- I In order io do this it c--riainly! i is not = ::

i be expected to accomplish, in any financial will be found very beneficial. It shouldbe demoralization of the blood;sorehead i he part i'T wisdom to pitch the. :fruh i-+thOXl'S ---. -
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v sense-for our law .makers are liberally)) applied to fallows)) and on the catarrh because of the exhaustion it mark them "Florida Oranges"uid mould board* are made high BO it Is ImpoHnIble for the rankest grans to choke them and
.. v no wise qualified lo solve a problem, so stubble. they will work where?other plows' fall entirely. It baa been thoroughly tried la every section of
produces. : suit1! them to )L1 Ir. So and! So a thons- Florida and IM sold under the
guarantee of being to
adapted greater variety of plowing than I
:v little understood by our wisest men even. All animals are fond of salt, and always any
Then the learned doctor goes on and and miles aWIIJ, who he des not know otberjdow l\Ohllo the State. For Orange(jroves Vineyards and jeneral Farm Work I
marshes and
salted
prefer .
To play with fire is almost sure to invite grass. .. .
Lumps of rocksalt should be placed in gives symptoms which do not accord ind \\hoinav be an Iioin- man or otherwise IT IS UNEQUALBD. I
v harm from burn. To tinker
Of some a all stables, shippons, pig styes and fields.as with what we know as sore head at all, and say to him. "Please sell this It is light la draft.and In strong anti well made. I

away at mending money matters is not it improves the appetile, hastens fat- or what is known by most breeder* in stulf and send me the money." This is ENDORSED BY OVER 200 FLORIDA FARMERS. I
v more wise than mending an old kettle or teLling, prevents many diseases and epidemics II
)) rot in A the South as! BOIO bead. The first appearance what many oraiiire i-owers do, and these \V. GAICDNKi:,of I
> roof, a new hole comes to-morrow nearby especially sheep. solu- It. .t\.tvOIIl'ark. say.i: "I havea.dtl dozens Snwannea Clipper Fiona
ion of salt and water is one of the best of sore bead in little scabs that ire often the ones who complain most the past two years awl have yet to hear of a single; complaint. I have o>ed them after trying several
J the one we mended yesterday. other brands my annual gro\e work of over a hundred acres and they have far excelled all others
remedies for scab. Recent trials prove appear on the comb,watt les, ear U>bes or about unprofitable returns. both in quantity and quality ot work."

v Congress is now in session to try and hat. for lattfiiing pigs and keeping them at base of comb and sometimes on the COLe C. W. DEAN. Now !'f a manufacturer I in I Uoston, MR. S. L. GUIFFIN. :Superintendent" or the Florida Orange Growers Company
healthy, it has a surprising effect. It SUNSTRUCK which has 200 acres in : "I hitveii'pd the Suwanne
mend matters its delib2ra- IN BATTLE I IIJP. prjve say Clipper flows two year and am
our its
> money ; also improves the coats of horses. skin next to the beak. At this stage makes for I instance, several thousand well pleased with them. I have the Avery and Moline.but use the Clipper In preference to. either of
tionb have shown the clearest of in- For sweetening and preserving fodder, sore head, and if taken right at once it 1st 1)-1 MILES must say MEDICAL the Restorative CO., ET.KITART.Nervine pairs of !>shoes different killlls, it is notikely them as it does better work." .

I competency grapple with the problem and to prevent hay from fermenting and can be stopped short like grandfather'sclock. 11 great M.I Ner good.. and Liver Fill have done me that he will dump these shoes in a for either W. C.heavy HAYM:or AN.light of work n.Htow.awl'1lknownl'ontraetorsBYliltuCI'lIsany beoides being, 110 strong and durable. He han used them plow for he five ever yearn.MR. saw.

v its chief work will probably be to simply becoming mouldy when stacked, the The first thing to do is to catch FOIl YEARS I HAVE: NOT FELT ASMTEU car and send them to a Florida! ; mi reliant J. U.1\I\UTIX.ooeof the bent known farmers of Aaehno.CountysaYR: "I run the
antiseptic properties) of. salt make it a AS NOW. :3 F I'low eight days alongside of a Richmond.Va..plow that had bees Kent for trial and it did bet-
j undo that which done three
: was years and with soft and warm and tell him sell them and send him
rag to
most valuable remedy. the; fowl a The starting point of my disease! was! a ter work.and with lens draft than any plow I ever used."
v back (July 1890) and then give up the water in which a few drops of carbolic sunstroke Hudson, received in battle before Port he proceeds. lie will carefully box and Made in two sizes, all chilled. No.1-F. for one horse tart II and 10 Inchon No.3 F.for two
Louisiana. June 14th, lSi.1. ITp to .
horses turns 10 to inches.
10.00
J.rle..1ii6.00 an.i
.* job as too big to master. Quite likely Serving Vegetables. acid is added, sponge the sore spots the time of beginning to take Dr. :Miles pack these shoes putting of course different These plows are made by tbe South! Bend ffiilleil Plow reHpectlvrlvTerms Co.. of South Bend. Ind.Strictly.the largest Cash.!

.- 'tnis is well, for no legislation is almost until the scabs are soaked off, then dry H AS Remedies distracting I had pain had a in continual my- kinds in dilferent packages. Then plow company in the United. States and are sold under absolute guarantee. If not satisfactory
the in which the meats money rill be refunded.SPECIAL
Surely are
sure to be better than probable legislation way with of blue vit- head; also, weak spells and tbe past four
any cooked decides the way the vegetables the surface, and a piece years I have had to give np everything vhen a Florida merchant wishes to buy PRICES TO THOSE BUYING-

J we hear sooken ef. The farmer should be cooked to serve with it. Here rol, dipped in warm water, paint the I I of an artiY character, and stay IB th. he pays: for what he gets, or if he is FIRST PLOWS IN EACH DISTRICT.

: does not need any increase ef currency are a few hints from an exchange which sore well; give nourishing diet, and in n lioui tim.for; CU It n p C.J r% months could net at worthy of credit he is given ILccom mo- Address all communications to '

.v for the more of currency we have the nay With help eteak many potatoes a puzzled should brain.be either each :pint of drinking water add a tea. walk KEMKIUKS acrom HAVE the ttrrft.CURED I KNOW l\1E.anli TOUR that (lit ion. KLINE O. YARN, Sole Florida Agent, ..

v the farmer for all that h. is the will bo If the marketing business
One cur. was
more pays fried, Saratoga Chip. or hashed brown. spoon of alt petre. application permanent. a 1THOUSANDS orange FT. MEADE, FLA.

wants of other men's product or labor, With roast beef, mashed, baked or usually enough if taken in time, but friend: conducted in the same careful systematic ..
v and when he sells his own be gets!I no scalloped. With fillet, croquettes or twelve; hours often increases the sore well here of an them.using your Yours remedies, and all speak manner as other lines of business, -- -- - -- -- -

> more than before. In every exchange muletts. With nervepotatoew, cabbage spots many times and enlarges those already COL.truly.C. W. DEAN. there would be less complaint of unprofitable ron PRODUCTION AND PROFIT

v he thus makes it take from him more of nips,,carrots stewed spinach celery, or mushrooms kale. With, pars.mut- developed. A careful poultryman DR. MIEES'NERVTNE National Military:Home in the Dayton most cer,O. returns. Buy Trees of the Well-known Reliable Ten years tested

; labor to obtain what he requires than it :OH. rice, peas, potatoes tomatoes:, artichokes i- i8 always on the alert and frequently thin cure for Headache. Neuralgia. Nerr- ,

J should with a proper and equitable vlnme ]- stewed turnips. With lamb' uew eaves himself lots of trouble by doing oils Prostration' ,Uizzinexg.Spasms,Sl..plrHin ..
BM DnllnegR. Blue and NEGLECT With the
Opli'Ti brings neglect.
of cnnencv. A fixed or stable potatoes, peas, stuffed tomatoes, lima things at the proper time. Suppose you Habit. Contains no opiates or dangerous dru;-"-.
beans. string beans. With turkey potatoes passing of one opportunity our eyes be- @ GLEN ST MARY' NURSERIESI @
J volume of currency enables the farmer With fi id one or more fowls thus affected in a Sold m a FoslUre Guarantee.
slaw beans.
cold
onions ,peas, ome' dulled, HIM! we ute the 101'14 like'y to
? to forecast, as best he may be able so to chicken, same as turkey. With game flock of fifteen or twenty that may be OR. MILES' PILLS.GO Doses25CTO new the next when it c. IATSTHA BAHOES. hr
*. do, tbe cost of production and the probable browned turnips macaroni and cheese, running together, the coop or house in 'ciis. all.II klBti vtrlitlei talDe..ck.,s.w tad.ld.. WALNUTS.CHE8TNDT3.Ea J.u<..Japan Mtmmotli.4 CallfornU fin.. TEXAS CKlVIltEA BMBEILA.PEACMU EOBU8TA.PLVMB. .

income from what surplus he may peas. tomatoes, or lettuce. With veal, which they roost, and the yard may be a Sold By Druggists Everywhere. .NUI.IIOlfi..rt.U..lI b.lt .1Iop". and natU. aortl. OLIVES FIGS aad atd lllTLBiatlES.: ArKICOTS. CITXVI MAONOLIA TUTOUATA.OKArEI aiAIDirlOKA.JAPAH .

haye to dispose of upon the market. with potatoes tomato.sorrel, spinach and inacaron lodging place for germs, and no doubt laM .."I".all l.adl klndn-loU. .( kind.. POMEOEAHATE3.of tlieu -..rllr for "hat ;you KOBE8.want.BO TtrUtiM.Olhrr .

Could we but eliminate all the paper unless thoroughly cleansed and disinfected Always Use Your Fork. KOTIILVO FITS FREES Specimens of fruit la season: and our experience and information as te adaptability tli
your locality,worth much more. For instance we have itiacartleH one variety of which we shipped
money from circulation,or perbaps what Bathing the Baby. often will get it. The best way is tp remove your cnsc, if you re an overworkwJ 400 bushels in Isa7 and thU but cue of tbe hundreds of varieties trated.Ve have built our reputation
An absurd and inconvenient dictate of : or "run-down" women on fine ttock-soma say tbeflncit. An Ex-Uovernor Fia.writea: "Theyare b.otles.80 admirablypackt'd
v would be better, compel a gold or silver Most babies are bathed each morningand the well fowls after a careful examination the present fashion is the almost complete i ilk Doctor Fierce'sFuvonte Attention as to to correspondence.sham a novice Prices and even reasonable.many who Catalogue pretend free.to be experts." frompt and careful

\** reserve fund to be kept equal in value] seldom oftener times a cross to new and clean quartersand ". Prescription. In
; many banishment of the teaspoon. The multiple I /ti any condition of the female G. L. TA.BER, Clen St. Mary, Fla..
: -or nominal amount) to the paper issued child may be soothed by a pleasant bath leave the affected ones, when the fork gradually encroached upon U I system, that will build

S BO that every paper dollar simply represented before its evening meal. All bathing disease first shows itself unless you can the domain till the various I 1% strengthen, regulate, anti
meals afte- spoon's even
should be done before not cure.
II ,. 'u
held for its full but in either case .
J a specie dollar Such an evening bath tends toward a vacate alll together, grains and vegetables; of the more 1 I Every mother needs It. It / 4

: redemption when it might be required, good night's rest. Still half the sleep. disinfect it thoroughly and you have half elusive sort, which were once wont to 'J Ii lessens the pains and burdens
calculate the less children would steep if they were I, of child- bearing, insures
t we could then more safely the battle won. little dishes and have teaspoon *
a healthy, vigorous
occupy offspring
-
exercise. A god practice is to O
v value of property ahead, and not be 10 given To the apparently well fowls goes thegrain and promotes an abundant %?
et the baby lie on the floor and kick at apiecp.are now amalgamated with .
secretion of
nourishment ,
> often subject to losses from a sadly the air; by throwing a sheet or quilt on whole, soaked in kerosene and the rest ot the dinner and dispoEed of the part of the mother. OB I

fluctuating volume of currency such as the floor first and having its edges turpentine, which I have alluded to many as best one may with a four-tined im -- .- It is an invigorating tonic eO.a .

| has been the farmer's lot these many raised, draughts may b.e avoided. Such times before, and you could have con- plement. For the present teaspoons made especially for woan.l ;

*. years gone by. But whoever believes exercise tires, but strengthens, and quered in most every in81 ance. are still permitted for stirring and sip for her weaknessc the and only ailments.For ffuarantetdremedy -
troubles and peevish nurses are, ping beverages without incurring the
i--p
I spine head of periodical pains, LeaL n;, -down sensations
financial under the
f sound policy or : Roth reme- ';
that such a Dr. says .
not often seen in homes where this is the odium of greenness and vulgarity. displacements, and all "iw.iale complaintsJend ; '
ground to stand upon, will ever e practice. dies: "In the first stage of the disease disorders, if it ever fails to benefit or %)
_ _ -
> adopted by our future ( >r preFent) law -. the remedy par excellent is tincture of cure, you have your tacney back. 4'kq I

makers has mo.-e of hopefulness, or STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO,> PS. aconite ten drops to a pint of water, and /> PISO'S CURE FOR Can you ask more 1 ---

genuine simplicity in his personal make LUCAS COUNTY makes, oath f that he in the feed nothing acts BO well as gun GU WHLRE ALL FAILS. All the way through, an-i at every stage, .---
FRANK J. CHENEY fleet Cough Syrup. Tames Good. Use Dr. Catarrh
Sage's Ifcrnedy cures Catarrh.
r p... \I t' up than will be considered as highly is tbe senior partner of the firm of F. J. powder. In tlm& Sold by 47ggtsts. So sure of this fact are the proprietors of the >
k creditable to him. Our law makers are CHENEY & Co., doing business in the Cityof Many of the epidemics can be completely CONSUMPTION medicine that they offer $oU reward for any \ '

l- J tno fond of legislation-too much given Toledo County and State aforesaid, coatrolled by these two remedies.In Incurable case of Caarrh.
said firm will the of
and that pay sum
to doing: one thing to-day and something ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS each and an advanced stage he recommends

<_n} quite unlike it to.morrow-buiding: up every case of GATABBII that can not be saltpetre, a teaspoonful to a quart!

>...': :. party theories or purposes and then cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH drinking ater and in the feed powdered Oranges Wanted for Europe.

. t.: tearing these down to substitute ether CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY. sulphur a teaspoonful to a pint."
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
; party theories or purposes quite different my presence, this Gth day of December, Sore head is evidently a blood disease.

: -? it not antagonistic in character. A. D. 1886. and anything to cleanse and purify the

:, <* Legislation is a sort of dead-weight: c't A. W. GLEASON blood will be good. I frequently recommend London offers an unusually good market for )EARLY: ORANGES: and those walling to try the European mar-

:. or useless burden that the farm. (SEAL) NOTARY PUBLIC. Epsom salts, in place of saltpetrea ket thi 'year, and have fruit shipped via New \ ork, should write at once for full particulars as to whan to ship, how to
he'II of water. Whenever
I I ; er is compelled often to carry when, tablespoon to a quart '
.
it.: !L no wise able thus to do. How h eman- Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internallyand sore head has appeared in our flock ship and lit'\\ remittance will be made. Address

this thraldom a acts directly on the blood and mucous trace it to either crowded
l cipate the farmer from wecould always
surfaces of the Send for
indeed. Toir eystem. bad 1ood but crowding CAMPION GOODSELL & COMPANY Limited
I:;- "i very perplexing problem testimonials, free. quarters, fifth or ; ,

I set forth the situation as clearly a! I can F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, OIfiTSold is the usual cause. E. W. AMSDEX. ,

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: t Cltill .,",P 1) E Cv>UVI'Y M1S8JONKUS. County Treasurer's flcport. LECAL NOTICES.
N. J. .r., .,...,."..,.r.r_ HODGES & ALVAREZ
----- ... _i- .. t To the Honorable Board of County miflIUlOflera JONES'I
Proceeding* of the Last Regular of Bradford County: Notice of Attachment. ,

: NEW R1VKK ITCMN., ,I Meeting or the B ard. j i I The undersigned treasurer of said county JOTICE. U hereby given to A. W. Nichols and
I begs leave make the following report for I J
to
r Oar Ecbool opened lust Jlonday*. Odo- The board of county commissioners quarter ending September 30,I3: : WITH HIS- all other persons interested that the White -.DEALERS IN-:

Ix-r ICtb. with a fair attendance.: :Jlr. F. met In regular session at the court house I I 1 I. a0x08.ai&t Sewing :Machine: Company, a corporation, has
last
I*. Colson is our tencher for lliis tcun. Tuesday October 3d. 1893. at 10 o'clock i To report J .on...hand.. .. .as....per.......f 1.475 73 commenced a suit against A. W. Nichols in the
Superintendent. Uckle% vi$3ed! our JUly. 6. '93-To am't recd ofM.M.Il.Je.TaxCoLlnCW Circuit Court for Brad ford county Florida"by Dry Goods
Commissioners all Mammoth
a. ro. :
present except 100 00 StockLEADS attaching the property of said Nichols situated
&-h'k4 l Tuc6 hIm T. A. Kni ht. The board was called toorder July*J. "iO-To am'S in said county. for the purposo of collecting the
nnd hope he will! snc-n visit u; again. W D Bloxham (taxeS F. C.
Messrs. L. U. nnd W. G. Powell are l.y Chairman Todd. The _minutes & P. R. R. ('. K.).... .... 6963ug. sum of one hundred and forty four dollars due

: nrcparicg to rcmofe Iheir mil! thli:; week. of ihe lust read and Alproved. 16. -ffJ-To: ain't rec'd of tf) the White Sewing Machine Company: from Boots Shoes
: meeting: wero ap- C. B CoIl Df'.Tax Sale Cer.. 22 66 THE TRUDEI!- fold .\. W. Nk-hols and the said A. W. Nichols
fifty Lave made many! fncnds j during A ug. 8, '95-Toam't rec'd of and all other person interested are notified to ,
their slay with us nn,"l we rrgret to we M. }L Hale In cur........ 192 21 appear to said action on Monday. November 6th,
The following business was then taken Sept. 5. "* -To discount on 15 Y3. THE
WHITE MACHINE Co.
them leave. 3Isy puccess nud r|) >erily Scwixo
l\ i SiaiOO. coupons ......... 400 Aug 4-tXo\.6-Ht
attend them.'Ir. up and disposed of : 'Sit-By
f &-pt. 80. coupons and Hats "
w. 31. Parker is buy engjaged iu On motion it was ordered that no action' turned over to Co. Com. S 427 OU)I My stock is now complete in Notice of Attachment.
Sept. a.! -W-By Script turned every
his ,
inspecting lumber. Harm ror that I .
be taken as to Reading bridge. over to Co. Com. (Interest NOTICE: Is hereby given to George W. Hippie
new bouse.Jlessrs. on bonds)...... ............. 2* 00 department. Bought for the hard doing business under the name of ::
E. C. Oliver. \V. 31. Parker Rebecca Uuater was put on the pauper Cath oa hand to Bal ..:....... 1.19730. o ee. W. Hippie& Co.. and all other persons Interested HEADQUARTERS FORGENTS' -

and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Oliver UxJ* in the roll l at $2 a month. cash direct that H. C. Wimberly commenced a _
from the suit
1,804( 30! 1.881 80' manufacturers atrainst George W. Hippie lately doing
camp meeting last Sunday. : The change of public road leading from business ap George W. Hippie & Co., In the

FIDELE. Starke via S. P. Crews and J. F. B. and foreign importers. County Juppe's Court of Bradford County, I
SKinney's ept. 30. VJ-To Cash on wand Florida by FfflUIISUINfGSCall :
the
Mc intersecting Starke and Lake brought down...............fl,197 30 George "'. attaching Hippie, lately property doing business of the said as .i

ICrowded out Last Week.] SPECIAL FtTTD. Such choice and tasty bargainsand George W. Hippie& Co.. for the purpose of cot. I
Duller road near John Kellum's place was last i lecting ninety niue dollars! and ninety-two;
To am't hand as
HAMPTON on per
LtAPI'ENINGS.zra ntcd and declared part of said rood. reptrt... ....-....... ..$ C29 19 so much value for the cents W. due H. C Wlmberly from the saH George Street jt
July' 26, 'SB-To am't rfd of money Hippie lately dams businesses; George W. .
News items are scarce this week. tut On mrtion the petition for an election W. D. Bloxbam (taxes F. C.&P.R.K.1892.C.K Hipplt& Co. ant the said Ge'geV.. Hippie
referred to. :: )........ (C9C8Aug. are never been offered in this mart nd a: other persons interested are notified to:
to bare on the question was
we Lope to
more report soon. whiskey 16, "J 3-To am't rec'd of aC to said action on Monday. November STPXE DOPID.A-

Our school began on October 2nd. with the county attorney for examination as C. B Collins. redemption cct or elsewhere. Cth.I8. H. C. WIMERLT. ;
... flajntift.Sheriff's
Tax: Sale certificate C. K. 22 63 Spt. 25t
A good akendeuce. Prof. Uobfos as prin- to its legality and report at the next July 26. '93-By am't trans-

frred to gen'l funds by order Sale.
cipal and Miss Davis assistant They meeting.On BoardCo.Com ............. S 3340 and by virtue of
me giving general satisfaction thus far. motion J. D. Ut-rden was appointed: Sept. 30. '93-By scrip turned UNDER. 21. IStfJ, issued on execution dated
out of the Circuit
o\"erto Com................. KX a
The young people of Hampton are under a committee of one to examine the bridge B ycashonhafldtoBal... ... :st511 Court.Florida Fourth Bradford Judicial county Circuit in a of certain the State cause of! Please stop my ad. for two weeks.
nea"r
many obligations to Mr. nnd Mrs. across Olustee Creek the place of -- therein oending, wherein Jacob M. Truby S. J. .

Win. Johns for the nice entertainment George Alderman and report at tte next -72135 -721 53 DRESS Sternburg F. Strong, merchants and partners {
GOODS doing buinl under the firm name and Have more work than I do
given: one night last week. Sept 30 93-To cash on band stjle of can at
t rmt'ting of the board.S. Truby. Sternburg& Co were plaintiffs,
Mrs. L. B. Rhodes. of Starkevns; vis- broughtdown ... ...... .. .$ 30591 and the Florida Orange Company lunited a .
iiins in town last Tuesday B. Denmark presented and filed his GENERAL FU1 D. corporation under the laws of the State of

We think we will have a to reports ending September 30th 1893. and To am't on hand as per last My Dress Goods PenI'h'ania. were defendants, 1 have levied present. ,
welding report................. .....S 71277 Department deserves upn andi sell before the court house door
report Boon from the way on! of ourbachelor turned over to the board the following July 6, '93-To am't rec'd of i Starke in said county on the first

) merchants is visiting in the scrip f.LHa1e.: ........ ........ a)000) special notice this season. Monday in Xo\"elbr.I 9 the same being the JOSEPH ECKERT
:
Cth
of _
of Pond of day legal sale day. dur ,
neighliorhnnd the churcv.. 26, 93-To am't recd
-
July
Miss General fund $1319 6 ; special fund V,. D. Bloxham (taxes F. C. l ing the l?gal hours of sale on that day. the following
McKinney of Palatka.'htiled hersister &P.RR.1n92.C.K......... 65737 l named property, h -wit: Two mules Proprietor of National Bakery.
,- Mrs. G. S. Young last wee. $340; coupons.127; total, $19 8.65. July 26(. '93-To am't transf'd Black Serge and Henriettas, 48 3 one mowing machine, one horse hay rake thr .
What has become of -Eolusl: Write The scrip compared with the auditors I from special funds by order plows. one Disk harrow two spats six hos. I

pain please. BoardCo.Com............. 3340Aug. i inches, from 50c. to $1.19 one Jrind-stont., one cutting 03. sets plow .
books and was cancelled and burned in 8. '93-To am't rec'd of per yard. h Harrows shovel Said '

Ths Hampton Lyceum wliiclj was or. the presence of the board. The coupons I M.M.Haleincur .......... 8C6 35Aug. property. sold to satisfy said execution. Termscash. 'I
ganized some time since reel I iiy session 6, '113.To am't rec'd of E. K.JOHSS,
extraotdinary on last Tuesday -right; i in were cancelled: and ordered fi'ed in theclerk's C. B. Collins redemptionTax All-wool Cashmeres at 50c. per Oct. 6-5t Sh..rif Bradford County.Sheriff's '

the G. 8- & F. depot. to try the c/se: of the office By scrip Sale turned certificates.overto Com.C K... 131 28 $1,319 65 Sale. I For Dry Goods Gents' Furnishings

_
town of Hampton. one T. M. nTilliams.of It was ordend that the clerk notify all L B) cash on hand to Bal ....... 1,331 52 yard. TTNDER and br virtue of an execution dated ,
this place for having in .JDI"wful ---
persons on the pauper roll that the, board L 2.C51 17 2.651. U June Is, IS'J: issued cut of the Circuit
one chicken beloraing to Court Fourth Judicial .
possession Circuit of the Stat of
another party. Court was cah1eto order desires an expression from them as to n Broadcloth for ladies' dresses, 52 it i Florida Bradford county. in a certain caus -AND- -

his bonnr Biuff. C2ek. Wild T ocashOnhandrO'td'fl.$1.33152itespectmutly : ii therein pe- ding. wherein Thomas V. was:
by Judge their objectIons to going to a poor farm. Submitted
plaintiff and Levi Johns
i
inches was defendant. I have
Bill being present. Col Knownouing appearing All! who are not heard trom by the next L S. B. DENMARK. Treasurer. at $1.00 per yard. i levied upoa and will wll before the court house GENERAL MERCHANDISECALL

for the state. The pritmer appeared ir dor in the town of Starke in said county on
at the bar with Col. Iily and regular meeting will be considered as I. A Puzzle the frt Monday in Xovt"lb.r. IS 93, the samE .
favoring same. many ladies is how to keep thdr'hair : Wash Fabricks (Simpson's), best sixth day ,f said month and a legal
Judge Scales for his defense. The juryafter OX
in curl The solutions sale day, during the legal hours of sale on that .. I
ho.ring the evidence and tic charge The follow bills were taken up approved on rainy djs. made. .lay the following piec s.parcels or lots of land
of Judge Bluff returned a verrt'ct of nol I i CiAsk! Starke Drug Company for: situate and being ill the county of Bradford an .
and ordered paid : I Nonpareil Hair Curler and toe puzzlewill State of F. >, described as follows: TI'
guilty on the ground that the prisonerwas soutft half the inorthwcst of the southWest
insane, evidence to that f&cl being Monthly pauper roll $51.59. be solved. Dressmakers should see line of quarter and the north quarter half of the south '1te Sweats

produced by the defense fr*m Dr. Oeneril. $319.72 my west quarter of the s-outhwest quarter L Lsoutheast _
Uucle Sam 'ias 110 women law'crs.The nineteen township seven range twentyt .
rown. a prominent colored phvcian; : and The iHnrd adjourned until the first t Dress Linings, Canvass and D--ess: t east containing forty suth acres: and also th
local) politician late of .Uhrta. Dr. in southeast uai-terof the southeast quarter andthe -AT-
Brown in a very able manner ;fylA< the prisioner bad l been injureil mctime W. 1' WEEKS. Fail Cure for sale Every bottle i is: Stays, Buttons, Etc. I am: quarter, section twenty-four, township

warranted J. L. G.-iskins Sterke seven south range twenty-one east con, TIlE RED STORE ON THE CORNER.
since and was not rvspnnsib1<< for his I Clerk and Auditor. : Drug proud of these nice goods and taming sixty acres. saul lauds bold to satisfy
actions. SIMON )ETER. Company Stnrke ; G. S. Roach & Co, am said execution. Terms cash, purchaser paying

Died. II. C. Parker &; Bro.. New Hiver ; G. S. for titles. E. E. JOBXS 'Steam.Cooked Cow Feed
Young. Hampton ; T. R. Sweat Sinker- pleased to show them. Oct. 6..5t 5h..rif Bradford CountySherifs : Specially.
LA1VTEY NEWS NOES. Lanita the little seventeen months old I -
town ; Harvey Jarrett Lakeside ; R. W.Tones .
of Mr. and Mrs. LaCrosse Luke Pin- Sale.
daughter S. 31.
Crews ; Drawdey
An epidemic of colds has r ccn pre : Colored Dress Goodslournin: TTNDEB an execution issued MORGAN BROS
Jied Hill ; Henry Drig ers. Worthinton.N.G. !! b\
: Wednesday morning at 1 o'clock. U
from the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
vailing here for two or three feeks in
Mizell N. L Blair, Blair P. 0. R.
;
Court of Bradford the 2Gth ,
volving number of families 'ncluding The death was a sudden one the child L. Jones. Terpentiue Camp ; John A Dress Goods, Wash Dress Fabricks i, day of June .\. D. cluntForida! on ment rendered

the Burrins Todds. McCullcyi: W? B. only having been ill since the morning King. Lake Butler ; S. J. Present Sampson on the 9th day of August A. D. It92, in ; (P. 0. Building, Starke, Fla.)
Blankets aud Flannels.Ladies' cause then lately pending therein .
pr eceding.Little ; C. H. Houghton Middleburgs: wherein J R. Sloan
Smiths Walz and others. J was plaintiff NEWS
SUBSCRIPTION
Lanita was a Odr.m Bros., Providence ; W. T. Bynum. and Lewis Clemons and E. B DEA.I.ERS. AG'TS
particularly bright Bar
Our community was Rho::ke of child and the blow to the young parents Custom .Made Union Suitsat house door n the town o -AXD-
Wednesday lust week to !evn of the High Springs Medicine, High Springs Starke. in said county. on the first Monday in .

sudden death by an accident>>f Mr. C. is rendered harder by the fact that this is I $1.25.Thomson's. November 193. the same being the Clh day of

the second child they have lost within ayear A New Joke said month and a legal sale day duringihe legal Wholesale and Retail Stationers.
A. Stouchton while in
,
engaged tearing hours of wile on that day. the following piece,
On the liver. When it out of order
is
down shed about and 1\ half. parcel or lot of land, situate and being in the
a a half ml e 1'\:1)\ (romhis The funeral and feel blue. try a few doses of Begg s' Glove-Fitting Corsets. county of Bradford and Mite of Florill. de
services
home. It was a very wfndy dar were conducted byRev. Little Giant Pills. Your liver willnpprt'cale sc..ibet as follows: The northwest quarter o -DEALEP. IN-

and when Dr. Faris at the home of the grief- the joke. So will For Ladies' Kid Gloves. the southeast, quarter, section thirty township :Mtisica1 Instruments
by some means unknown partly you. six south tan e nineteen east; northeast quarter: and Merchandise, Wall Paper. Novelties, Etc.

torn down the shed 01 sojne It of its! stricken parents in this city on Wednesday I- sile by Starke Drug Company. of the southwest quarter and the northeast Pictures Framed to Order. Full line School Books and Legal g
quarter of the non thWE t quarter of the south SaJtple.
timbers fell against him and ;is is !supposed : afternoon and the remains of tbehllle p west quitter section thirty township six south Blanks. Orders for Printing. received. Christmas Goods "
girl laid England has 2.()(IO.000 domestic servants. range nineteen east; the northwest quarter of San. .:
killed him instantly. !$>t appear ; were to rest by the side other ( the northwest quarter section two township '- .4 ; -.,

ing at dinner-time his wife went out in twin sister in Crosby cemetery.The I Perhaps some of our readers would liketo Special attention is called to sis south range twenty-two east, containing one r ''fvsaN0e gHSf '
hundred and ,
.
my thirty
acres. more or .
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le.
search of him and found him (read. His heartfelt sympathy of the entire know in what respect Chamberlain'sCough lands bold to satisfy said execution. Sid \ ;

funeral services and burial: occurred.:: the community go out to Mr. and Mrs. Crews Remedy is better than any other.We stock ofGENTS' cash, purchaser pa}ing for '
will tell you. When this Remedy is tite.E E. Jonys, I
following day. I in their sad be rea vetLcn t. taken us soon as a cold has been contracted Oct 6,5t Sher CouLty.U 3'' BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL.
AND
Mr. Furrows of Springfieh 111., has and before it has become settle BOYS'FURNISHING Sheriff's Sale.

purchased the Chas. Bailey piiice abouta Will Cure or Kill. in the system it will counteract the effectof K

mile west of Lawley. and The following is said to to a sure cure the cold and greatly: lessen it's severity GOODS', DER and by virtue of an execution.issuedon
expected
the 8th day of September, A. I) Ifc93, tI Ctj -
this week with bis family to occupy it. for love. If any of our readers are sufferIng r- if not effectually: cure the cold in two from the office cf the Clerk/ of the Circuit Court ; '

John In consequence Hudson who of this ha puryhase.t }the Ir. from that malady and wish to be days'will do time this.trod It it acts is the in only perfect remedy harmony that Shirts, Collars! Cuffs, Ties, Underwear of Bradford on the county 3l it day Flonda of Au/ust.from a A.decree D., 1893 rendered Fall Term Opens Monday, Sept. llth I 1893, and Continues :

occupied in the circuit court of the
cured they may give it a trial: Take 12 with nature and. aids nature in relieving Fine Shoes and Half county
Baily place has transferred toVihe Sayle'splace. Ho e. in a cnus--e lately pending therein !15 Weeks.
1 ounces of dislike. 1 pound of resolution the lungs. opening the secretions. liquefying whereinV.. II. Wynn was complainant and

Mr. Joseph Crashaw: Jr.. wJVo has been 2 grains of common sense. 2 ounces of the mucus and causing its expulsion 1- I upon R. It. Wynn and will et al sell were before def the ndants court, I house Lave I.\"k f9 j P

abseJt several weeks returnc4 on Saturday experience a large sprig of time 3 quattsof from the air cells of the lungs and J: have the nicest line of Gent in the town of Stark, county (.f Bradford dor on Spring Term Opens Jan. 1st, 1894 and Continues 24

last. bale and hearty. ,illS many restoring the system to a strong and the first Monday iii Xo\-.mbr. A. I D. 133 thsame 6
friends are clad to welcome bile back.! cooling waler of consideration selthem t healthy condition. No other remedy i in and Boys' being the (6th sid s i! Weeks.FACULTY.. ::
sale
legal day. the hours of
during legal
Mr. II. O. over the gentle; fire of love sweetenis the market possesses these remarkable I J .
Smith. who wu J quite Mck : siile on that day, a one sixth interest in ; ;I :*
last week is now convalescing! and has with the sugar of forgetfulness, skim itwith properties. No other will cure a cold so the following piece, parcel or let (.r land
resumed his position in Mr. y P. McCulleys quickly or leave the system in a* sound situate and being in the county of Bradford .1
store. rRev. the spoon of melancholy put it I in, For sale by Starke Drug Co. BLACK SUITS and State of Florida', described as follows. : .

J. G Bonncll and! litlje daughter the bottom of your heart cork it with thecork : The norheat acres quarter nnd seven o northeast acres iu quarter northeast, exCI.t a! LITEIURT-W. W. McDonald. Prin. ; John D. Alderman, Helen

Clara were at Starke Sunday nIgh of clear concience aud let it remain, Agriculture employs 230.000.000 men. corner of southeast quarter of northeast quarter :i Farris, Irene McDonald. l
For the least of section ten, town.liip seven south r
offered rang
whither the former went to Ml"< the pulpit 1- And you will find that ease will he re- .Silver ong-the money, ever in_ twenty-one ea-.t containing forty-four acrers. ,* Music-To b Elected. )
of Rev. F. Pixtwn. Th<* rep-irt avery storrd to threads gold more or 1< S$. Said lands Il"it on as property
pleasunt Hip. \ your senses again.: Tbcse thing:'n Are n si<;n that your hair needs invig this market. of John L. Wynn and to satisfy sid ifnonTHAM, TYPEWRITING, ETC.-To b Elected.

r. Miss Celia Alden cntertd un her dr 1- can Le had ll1t the apothecary at 'the house orating. B.:: gs' hair Renewer promotes execution.title. Terms. casn purchaser K. H paying for ti ,

'. i"ties in charge ..f the primary Icpartminl cf Understanding next door to Reason on' a healthy growth of hair. prevents its falling 1- Oct 6 Stiff Sher Bradford JUBS County. !I EXPENSES. .

4 of our public Khool on 3101.dll.r.last.. Our Prudence street in the vil'age of Con out or turning! gray. Sold and guaranteed -

t school: is now well cquippe f with two tentment. by Starke Drug Company. I Charter Notice. 5S. Board in glol famile. $10 per month. Tuition in Literary Department .

., good teachers. A-ho are doing ltod work. V'OTTCE is hereby given that application! > from per month. .
:' It is eviik-nt that with the proiver facilities O ath From Lock Jaw. A German iron works employ 9,000) GROCERIES. IN he malt to His. Excelency. the ( \ wi| 711 Tuition to students in Bradford County for the Spring Term is
of Florida on Xowm.htr.
rnd: co-oper.ition Professor Ijartig: will men. free.
Jlr. X. J. Jones received A. D. 1M!l, for Lttpt I'atei t incorporating :
build tip our achcol' and mke* it an attraction a telegramWednesday the Starke Orange Company, In p'lrSaue anon U Tuition in other departments will be reasonable. -

r tn our community 8S iv should be. morning announcing the The Great Southern Remedy. the terms of tIle following proposed charttr.namel .

: The Libby Family are billed; for a concert death: of his little nephew Clarence. son People should not toe deceived into pa) My Stock of Groceries is of the } 6l';l

and lecture at the town nail on :Saturday : ing money for trashy mixtures cottcn ii YIP' "To Excellency Henry L.Mitchell, Governor J ,
of Dr. J. N. Jones which occurred i in to sell. Botanic Blood L' very best. I deal only in the best of of Florida. J
night the 21st inst. J;oth tie Ic''C. Balm. (B. B. 1]' ) ) Starke is
Jacks>nvilie SIR: In compliance with Section of Article High and dry and the healthiest town in the State.
lure by Mrs. Libby on "Oir American Wednesday at o'clock a: which has l been made in Atlanta for the 212 f-cl
2. Chapter,Title 3.of the \ <
Girls" and Uic conceit are l Ijghly am. Clarence was a bright little fellow often past fifteen )'('ars. naver fails to give satisfaction everything. Pure Lard and Butter l la of Florida the undersigned having,>.Sttute..d! 1lI!

mended. We l bespeak for the people of years; and gave great promise of developing as a superior building up tonic and' themselves together and desiring to b incorporated Correspondence Solicited. Call on or write oi
culture and refinement a liverablc p&tronnge. blood puririier. It is made from the prescription specialty. Strictly No. 1 Meat, and that letters patent may l Uu-ued
(
into a noble man. Lock jawwas to them and to their successors according to la1. 61 1

.- _ _J of an eminent physician. The Flour Grits do hereby certify: W. W. MCDONALD Prin. !
y the cause of his death. bottle is large and the dose small. See and'Meal. 1. The name of the proposed corporation i ,

Obituary. oj. their advertisements and buy that which "STARKF ORASOE COJPASV' fi.a II Or F. R. MORGAN, Sec. Board Trustees. J
is I do: not deal in trash i. The place of business,
of ofce
MERCHANTS\ thoroughly endorsed
by thousands of >
Charles H. Stoughton wa1 born Dec.5lh. throughout the conn- any of said company wi in Ktarke, Bradford
1818. at Whitney's point.jN'.Y.: June grateful patients whom it has: cured. A I ccuntv, Florida.
': should
t' I:. 1843, he was united in mumage to Miss ty advertise in the column1lfs (trial bottle will test its merits. kind. Highest guarantee placed on transacted:3. The general the nature of the bUin..s to be '? _?- _ __ -'iv :

"t Lydia M. Slyc. who: Fiill g 5rvivci; him. the TELEGRAPH. It is .just a: I sell. growing, producing by: proposed acquiring corporation ana selling 01 is the orunges. ( XSsSv" jx K '.1 'Y"7! U : - - v'
Subsequently to their The Xew York Weekly Wrrld contains: everything r r '
lived
imirrmi/e they i important for them to hold the I 1tlons.lrap-frult. > imlonslacht.
nt Syracuse. N. Y. )n the* year 1855, all the news. It i is in fact the greatest pears for purpos _
they removed to Chicl Ill.A where trade of their sections as it is for the "ur o. they paper in th: country. The World and COFFEES.Try groves and real and per-onal property in NcTCVCHMt MHctMCOT .f
,: remained uulil 1835.: when tIcv removed! merchants of Starke to attract it the TKLKGUVPH wi'l be Bradford county. Florida arid elsewhere as KINCHNffl.*ti .i ME* *. SoMtmimica.wfciihrti.fa.
sent lo address
to LaWIl'}". Fh ., where on ",lVelncsday. your lay b ntt'ryand convenient nor said bus! ..
h Let for :i.5O: at pleasure to mortgage, sell an I .
t .. October llth he ciine to hs death by ere. people know what you $ a year. my blended Coffee (Java and leh the same. convey I .\

accident while tearing down she'1. h have and n:ike it plain that it is to 4. The amount of the capital stock of said .
lie assumed Chnsliin dcCitIt'fhlp early: A. B. C. company is fixed at ten thousand ($10.000) dol Master's Sale.ITXDE Master's Sale. ;
4 in life and ever remained their interest to purchase from Asthma.' Bronchitin, and Consumption Mocha), roasted. Nothing better to lars and is to b divided into one hundred (100shares virtue '
a fcilhfnl. zealous yon. by of a of
of the value of der of
par one hundred ($100.) forlo.ur by Tirtue a of the ,
;. to Christian. On The result; from a neglected cough or cold. dollars each. and said rem"vlnglto Chicago:; merchants of Hampton Lake be had at capital stock is to be paid M. Call. Judge Circuit 'r
.
by
:r') be became a member ot Uic virt Congregational Don't neglect but cure promptly with a any price.I for in cash-ten per centum (l0)at the time of I and Court of the State of Florida in Court of the 4th Judicial Circi of Florid In ;'
Butler and few doss of the execution of this instrument. and the fo Bradford county. In a certain cause and for Bradford ,
Lawtey Providence Bepgs" Cherry bal county sitting
r' church of that cit,!. Later he especially Cough Syrup. I in chancery therein pending wherein K. B. Drew chnc
.. Sold ance as fast as called in by the board of directors. made and rendered at city of
became, a charter member <*f a mission should make themselves by Starke Drug Company. have in stock 2,500 lbs. I i!complainant and Joseph Vynns and Sarah Jacksonville in said circuit on the t day of -.

'r. church which i is now the lln'.on\ Park -, .---- green 5. The term for which said corporation i to I. Wynns. his wift... a dtf..ndant I will sell to August. A. P. 1S93, in a certain in said '
./' 4s hearJ. Nearly citizen in the Chamberlain's exist is fi'ty! (5)j years. I c of the ecu;t pending wherein C. B. eD al are
Ere and
Congregational church and :was made a every Skin OInt Rio Coffee and bad house door in the town of cur
f.! not a in Starke, in said
meat grain 6.The business of said corporation is to beconducted cm and Coiner L. reek and wife
:. first deacon thereof. nnd Jubscquently sections surrounding these places by a board of ft e [(5| rlretors. and county.on the first Monday In November 1SS8, dfendants lnnt and empowering me a a* ;
t" u senior deacon of said ch rch. which A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes. the whole lot the by a President, a Secretary and a r,and the same being the 6th day of said month and a appintrp for such I
relation he sustained! until 'his demise. reads the TELKC.RAPU. To get the Tetter. Shll Rheum. Scald Head. Old I at same price yon t-uch suboidinate officers as the board of directors that legal day sale all day.the during the legal hours of sale on w sat in front of the front door of pu

lit; He was held in loving estectrj by the past rade you must ask for it, and the Chronic Prairie Sores Scratches, Fever Sores Eczema. Itch. pay for inferior and trashy goods may shall from be elected lime to by time the stock appoint.holders The on directors the- of of land situate lying following and piece bin, parcel in the or county tract first Monday at Starke of in October.said county A. D.and 1803.Mate the on same the' ::

I. tor and congregation of tbis:church. sig Sore :Nipples and first Tuesday iu January in each j ear. and the Bradford State of described as being the 3d day of month and a "
;'. nat evidence of which were ;giveu in the most effective way to do this is Piles. It is cooling and soothing Hundreds elsewhere. directors so elected shall at their first meeting where follows Madison: Commencing at nort..ac, corner, day. within the legal N.1 b"U sale t t te q <

.. ; valuable presents he rcccivei? from them through a neat advertisement. : nf caes: have been cured by it after c-lect( one of. their and number prsi.lent. shallt1tt known), and running street crosses west two hundred name and not and real best bidder for cash foUo"i dtrt j
secretary a treasurer who estate
on the occasion of his golden Iwcdding an all other treatment had failed. 25 cents may be directors. mar or seventy-four (::';f) feet to a ditch fhenc south All that certain belonging to the de-fednt of land

niversary. which occurred June 7ih 1892. Deserving Praise per box. For sale by' the Starke Drug TEAS. 7. The names of the officers who are to con along lIve the said ditch two hundred twecty- lying and being pk. pr of Bradford and t'\
eh
i25) .
(
f Com duct the business of said feet thence east two hundred and
Of a quiet even tempernmeCt gentle in We desire puny.PLATT corporation until those state of Florida know and described on the
to say to our citizens that elected at the first election be qualified, seventy-four (274) fet to a stake on northwest public records of county as the south-wert
.L. manner and address and kinii and gentle we have been selling Dr. King's New are: E. String, R. Vf. .bal J. w. Rowland side of the street (name not kDow thene I Ii quarter(sw V>of the northeast (nefcO
manly with all, he was behved by nil Discovery for Consumption Dr. Kin 's Pure, uncolored Teas-the best, I G. T. Spettigue Portered.. Directors ,i north hundred along and the west side of sM Itrt two of section five (i-ection Sv Township quarter seven t j

!p who knew him. Though in feeble health Now Life Pills! Hucklen'8 Arnica Salve BROS' ; and E. :ton. .,. President; J. W. Rowland, I of beginning:twe-nty.te fractional(25) feet teflae (tp ") south of rn.twenty-two e(s.r.a e.) .j 1
Treasurer, and I Sheldon
for some years yet he was cndrgetic 10 the and Electric Hitters and have never that can be found in Japan! -75c. 8. The highest amount of, 8retar.y. northwest quarter of th, southwest quarter tE rntininl more or The put- :
last and htcra'ly' "ceased at cnce to work handled remedies that sell as well or liability to which the IndebrenES or section twenty-eight (28) in township six (6) title. wl b req uirwl to pay J.for L.the making of '

and live," and was suddenly") : taken from that have given such universal satisfac S. I. Cotton Gin. per lb. I also have cheaper! Tea. trl subject itself is corration fxed five thousand any south to contain of range about twenty-two (2-0 east, supposed Starke. Fla., Aug. 31.181 F ''"\

labor to reward. tion. We do not hesitate to guarantee' L$0 OJ) dollars. the town of Starke.one are. bg and situated in The above sale h'ln postponed until 3Ion f
Brief funeral them every time and we stand to The names and residences of the sub for cash, purchaser day the Cth day 1S3, the same '.'
services ready pa title.
wert conducted JAMES
by the writer ftt his late residence on the results refund do the not purchase follow price if satisfactory THE BESTLong -_. srihr to the capital stock of said company &'fnR. :>tb. ISM; 5 T. WIL la"Wr. bio{the first Monday J. L. FIUZXB.in said month.Special J 4''
their :e.
These _
12th inst. after : use.
which his remains were lemcdieshave won their AE. REDE.C. >O. SHARES. Master's Sale. 1
)laid to neat in the Law ley ccn clcry. great popularity -' E. Strong. Saepertown, Pa., Notice. i
their I
purely on
.; lie leaves a wife three d merits. }L W Forterfieltl, Oil City. P*., 8 UND "and by virtue of a decree of fore-,
/ ghters. one Starke Drug Company, Druggists, and Cotton Gin J. 1v. Rowland Cambridge/ Pa., 3 and sale duly made and entered SIX MONTHS after date I will present my ac- f,
brother two (mister, a mimb of grandchildren John A. King. Lake liutler. 1 COME AND SEEMe. .. T. Spettigue, City 8 July l"tb.lE in and by the Circuit Court of count and Tcbers to the Hon. Wni. F. j.
and large circle: olj' friends and H. R. Sheldon I City P., 2 the State of Florida,in and 'or Bradford county ) county Judge In and for the county ';

i&cqua1ot.anes to mourn his d pllrturo. We maintain 242 In a certain CAUs in chanCr t..ri pending, Bradford and SttE of ior a adminbtra- .
life for :
I nor the
saving stations. Total wh..rfD S. Crews and J. fstate (?,deceased. ;
IN i '
THE complainant
J. G. nO NELL. WORLD.The 10 and Iula 1 for final settlement and ask for a final "
I can save (big) 10. Ten centum of the Ewards. wie are dlh "f ,
v "I consider Chamberlain's Rem you money. per authorized capital fendnr I w ll rell for : from said administration./ R. W .

Fm Lady-How I do c'tIle show edy a specific for croup. It is Cough very pleas: undersigned is State Agent 1t! what I :' the stock Trta'unr has been of f'i.1! i'k rmpanyat cash to J.an W. Rwlnd. ch town of frnt Starke of in she court house door.to the June 2, tm Adminbtrator.Notice. -. <

; ; wlodow about ant to take which is mean say. Haven't the execution of these the said county on the t 0
town I one of the most L for the above Celebrated Gins, and artcs incorporation.F. Monday in November, 1S93, the same f .:
bin .
r Second Udy-Why? important requisites where a cough remedy keeps hand Cth day of said month and a legal sale
on full
a supply of time nor to enumerate R. W. 1-ORTERFIELD, lug the dy. dil
space hours
is
needed of
: for use among children. .1 my J.W.ROWLAND, 1l sile on that I month after date I shall *pply to the ,
F, ; .-J Jiccuk drc-ssed IS&ALI certain SIX
of for
cases w here I G. T. SPETTIOUE, Judge of county S
croup know the
of Brorl
town Lake
pewly, : the life of a little one was saved by the EXTRAS, WALRUS LEATHER ETC. stock, but can show it to you. H. R SHELDON. State of Florida, and Butler in Bradford the county. final discharge as the r.tt of .
on
At which time all dcscrib map or John deceased late of !
.AM H:< Records fnal
.}\tJA \\ .;!.t:! JJ'Cl '..,'ft111...., ,.1 .....: J J.. LnGrjinjjc. DrurrsUt.! AVOC-J. Neb A. B. HART R. W. PORTERF1ELD, a lots twenty-seven of said county(iT of and Bradford and known &ul :t..
} .jl; (" ;I lioltlif.jr: J. W. ROWLAND, twenty-eignt(28) September 13S3. Ezecutor1'.oo -
SKikc block
evv914 4 : "I .... :: Fi'cJ'y 1)-:1.:: N. J. JONES T eight (8).containing two(2)acres more 2
;# 'Iu.r :m.J.! 'm..rI''I.? : C.1hi'n)' or less. Terms
& SPEIGUE
Lake Hty purchaser for
: paying
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