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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 1893
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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please Satisfaction ____ Harness and Saddles Groceries and Provisions, -

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>, 1 CONSISTING OF Pure Bermuda onion seed just arrived :i J. W. Hicks has moved his tonsonal

from the Island of Bermuda at Heiberger j i j parlor to HIP Hodges block, occupying the }
u Faille Gros-Grain and Sal u Duchess Silks Eldorado I II I .
armors, Snipes, :
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j & Itichatd's.Your room next to N. J. Jones' store., lThis
1' t Fancy Suitings in all.shades, Hop-Sackings Fancy: Silk Clocking, I eI +

:',.'. Chevrons, Diagonals, Plaids and Stripes; Plain Henriettas, black I attention is invited to our elegant' )lr. W, H. Heafford who has spent the 1 I J
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'-' and colors, from lOco to $1.00 per yard. The biggest drive line of fancj-work. Call and inspect it. summer in Chicago( with his son, returned .

't ;, J f in 40-inch Diagonal Wool Goods at 2oe. per yard in all J. G. Alvarez. lo his homo at Kiugsley last Saturday.

|f. the latest shades Storm Serge, Esquimaux and 'tJ

f Assabet Flannels, Red and White Flannels and Truby. Sternburg S; Co. come to the It is an acknowledged fact tint: we sell hand points to the advertisement .V
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1 front with ad. this week. Read it .
f .. Outings; Ginghams in Staple Checks and a big the most reliahle goods at the lowest prices of the cheapest house in Bradford count)'.

a Dress Plaids, 6 to Sc. per yard ; Bleached You can't help seeing it. and that our store is the largest in the I No trouble to show goods. We won't be
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\' Cottons-4 to 4.4 of Standard brands, 5 to lOco Misses :McCormick and county. Try us. Truby. Sternburg un'Jer.'old. Hoffman Bros. I .
Sophie Agnes
: _, per yard. Full-width Sheetings, bleached and tin- I I & Co.
A| Howe visited friends ana relatives in
bleached, of the best known brands at )lowest 1 puces.i Odd Fellows! and Wedding Cake. Q tj
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Gainesville during the week. j. Nearly every merchant in town represented
i The largest selection of Dress Trimmings in plain and waive in tae columns ot the TELE- These was the usual good attendance of o

\ Braids Cords, Velvet and Chenille Trimmings, Silk Gimps and Mr. P. L. Starbud, manager of the Gnvru. this week. Read their advertisements members of May Lodge No. 10, I. O. O. ... .
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+. J .Passamentries, Silks in checks, dots and changeables The only Bradford Lumber Co., of Lake Butler. / pay your money and take your F., Tuesday night. After the regular s

t, J complete line of Dress Findings in the city. The best stock off reports heavy sales of lumber. choice. routine work the lodge was treated to a

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pleasant surpiisc CDVI
#; a ; r LADIES' CLOAKS AND WRAPS We have handled Sweet Home flour It you contemplate purchasing new and excellent wedding cake presentedby i I. .

dF i t five years aud have yet to hear a com- fall or winter hat or bonnet, and wish to !
Brother Everett Johns and his estima-
beautiful line of Children's Misses' and Ladies'i
Ever offered here. A be in the call and
j plaint. Heiberger and Richard.An strictly style you must I
ble wife. The was highly
gift
young appreciated -
stock and
*s i Under\ ests. Hosiery complete examine our stock of millinery. J. G. y W
and enjoyed by those present
entire new line of seasonable goodsat Alvarez.
cfi SPECIAL BARGAINS TO OFFER! and the bappy occaSIon; will long be remembered !
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bed-rock prices. Note prices they
my ; If we are unable to suit you in a ready- by the members of May Lodge, p.. ft
Blankets from $1.00 a pair np. Can sell you Shoes that will make you will convince ).ou. T. U.: Sweat. made suit, we are confident that we can who with the newly married couple a long l

happy. Come and see them, and wearing is the best proof. A I
Mr. S. M. Wells! the hustling Singer do so by showing you Wanamaker & life of happiness and prosperity. May
full line of Domestics always in stock. and the best Jeans for sewing machine agent, claims to have the Brown's samples. Give us a call. Tru- ; the perpetual sunshine! of friendship, love II
.the least that will buy themanywhere. Table Covers, ; and be do life's I
; money finest vegetable garden in the city. by :Mernburg & Co. truth ever !, theIrs to plain
and The line and most attractive
a Smyrna Angora Rugs. largest work as it comes, certain that daily duties .
, styles of Spring Roller Window Shades ever exhibited in Starke. Rome, Sweet Home;" there's no place. 31 Ir W. J. Cameron one of our Toronto. and daily! bread are the sweeti thingsof CD 9c> .
!' -* Lace Curtains finished with tape binding, $1.00 per pair. The best Canada, subscribers will please accept Ilk' SI. .- *
like it when the bread is made of Sweet I
', Boy's Suits 90c., and the best Boy's Hat for 25c. in the known our thanks for a bundle of the great pa-
,14 Home flour. Heiberger & Richard! sell it.
world pers of that city and Iso the silver A Correction.

before stock the sufferers I r certificate for Merchant T. M. 1Yilli' of Hampton wIJ
J Those who buy their Dress Goods examining my are Dr J. O. Haynes does all kinds of another year's subscriptionMrs. ams -
well 'Twill cot to and -- --- wishes the statement made by our
as as myself. you nothing come bee deutal work, sparing no prins to make i -
itemize the offered. X. Wainright, who has been quite last week, that he
: correspondent was
for yourself as \we, cannot advantages his work durable. Office at residence.Do ? 09
lua** sick with fever at Tunpi. where she tried before the "Hampton Lyceum" for

I I not wear impermeable and tlght-fit-I went several weeks ago to visit; her mother an imaginery offense, corrected. :Some of
Bermuda onion seed just arrived in I Mr*. I). L. Alvarez, has returned home I
HAPPENINGS IN THE CITY. ( ting hats that constrict the bloodvesselsof }i, "the boys" of the town did hold a mock
r. f' bulk. Sturke Drug Company. the scalp.: Ute Hall' Hair Rencwcr' and! is rapidly recovering from her recent court, but it seems that; our correspcn- .
I occasionally, and will not be bald. FdLi
you illness. 'tJ
Ii dent was in error when he stated that
{i A full line of Coffins. Caskets and Un-
local Items Picked Up Here dcrtakers1 Goods] at N. J. Jones. ** Miss. Li/zie Duy.il. one of River Junc The TF.LEGUVPII failed last week to Mr. "Williams was the "prisoner at the
i I II tion's bewitching hells, was the guest of mention the fact that Marshal R. M. Al- bar. There was no intention on the .

r ? and There. II I i J. M Williams, the merchant prince of the Misses Wall, of this city, during the varez hall resigned! and that H. R. Ri- part of the TELEGRAPH to do Mrs Williams H 0o

.K i ----.- !i Hampton, was !in the city Jlond-iy. week. chard had been appointed! by tht-council an injury or cast any reflection I CD
j to fill)! the vacancy. S. M. Alvarez looks whatever on Iiis good name and character -

i ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW. Specks and eye glasses, high class but Miss Maud Uaisden! left Sunday( for after! the night evil doers. therefore we cheerfully make the .Ul _
Palatkz>, to be present at the marriage on correction.
low price. Slarkc Drug Company. --- .
Wednesdiy of her sister to Mr. Wallace :Mr. W. C. Lad!, of Lawtel: paid a ---
4 Matters that Have Occurred or The Libby Family.
George Livingston and Gussie Long Kelbcy. p'.ea..ant call at this office Tuesday, leaving C/2
hf Will Occur in the Near Future Worshippers at the shrine of
pare attending; the Lake City college. Hoffman Bros are offering $100 in gold wherewithal for another year's: Euterpe I j
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-Epitome of a Week'sHappenings enjoyed a rare treat in this city last Fri-
for a flour that will excel the French visits of the TELEGIUPH. Mr. L-wM: i is
c j, :: in Starke. I The IargHt shoCk of furniture in the day evening, when the above aco'in-
Patent flour It has no compimon: in just! !home from Chicago where he en-
I plislicd family of musicians held the
: -- at TrulJ ': hternburg & Co's.
- county ) &w'l:1nel j"yc'llhc sights of the great fair. I
' boards at the Institute building. ... 4 CD I
Beneath a shady tree they sat ------ -- -- -
k f He held her hind she b-M hi* hA, This is one of the most prosperous! :a- Our merchants are doing u rushing The TEIIGK\PJI makes its most pro Professor, Libby is a musician of high .J I-i

vt :, I held my breath and lay right fiat wne that Bradford county Ins known business aud they tidily deserve it. found bow to Miss E. E. Richmond, of order, and plays several 1 of his own coru-

: They ktoed-I nw them do It. --'"'--- Their block arc faultless ami 1 )lriresreusoualle. L.ikeview for a couple of the 1 largest: andrnll1.t (posiloins, while considering their tender
Ue held that kissmg was no crime,
1z Merl nfJtiw'tr and U'lks'I Beatrice
h the playing of his little son and
luscious Japan persimmons that ages LTip
She held her lip up ererr time.
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Job',, !!. Guaranteed! .U T. A. Knight's. ---- -
; -- is Little Miss Libby -
r : this in Florida. The daughter truly grand.
I held my peace and wrote i rbya ._... Examine line of handkerchiefs. were ever grown per-
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While they thought DO one ku. r U ----- my fcimmons weighed about one pound each. is about ten years of age and her little
Examine line of medium and dark : counter nugnels. Buy
bargain
rl /If' -The FV/rtd HoU my They are .- --- --- -- brother cannot be more than eight. lrs.Libby'3 Q.
for Ml and winter. T. H. .Swe t. the moM for cash.
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where your
ca.n get
you When doctor considers it "
.. a necessary tn lecture "Our Boys, was roundly 0 0
Call in the straw la&1. -- '- -
It Hweat.We he orders
I T. prescribe fearsapanlla. simply a .
First-claw cooking and l"'-atinb i-toveH --. -- ---- applauded.
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II bottle of Acer's; knowiag full well that he :t'
Buy your shoes from X. J. Jnue.. at ow r riv; : at Truly, hU-tnburg,! & Co's. have five consignments of our new will obtain thereby a surer and purer About Mr. Crew' Crop. 4Q "
?; Hour on the way from the Canadian mills. preparation than any other which the CD
T MR. EDITOR. :-In your issue of the 6th :;
; This October*weather cant: be Ir;al.ffir" My line of neckwear i h the Utest.m at- Coining; in MII,ill h l',''H gives us fresh! goods. drug-store can furnish. Ajcr's Sarsaparilla -
is the Superior Medicine. inst. I noticed your comments upon Mr.: '
ctlvc f/argalni! and dllIl igr French Patent flour at Ilcffrrnin BroV. lr" Hoffman .- -. .----.- S. P. Crews' big crop made this year. 'O
TELEGIUPH editors
of desiresto
w'eat One the
4+, For cafcli we will s'-ll you goods lower Now, Mr. Editor, don't you think this -J
-- -------- thank the street committee for the ( SIb o
Y Read. the ,new. advertimw-mentr if this 1 Mr. N. T. Kind, of Ifarnplrn, calhd41uNfaY than the lowi-ct Juht give us :a trial mowing of some of the giant weeds in crop statement is a little. oveidrawn. If it

!' issue. aod j jom'-d the Tr.i.rvuiAriif and' you will be convinced. Truly, the neighborhood of iiis domicile. If this is not I would like to own Mr. Crews' rP
Please find and let know
place. out us
t. Co.
r uiily. r+ienbu.g&J .. ... ._
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s: Cotton is not coming: in qutr N,1riak, ...... .. '. -- member sees any more what kind of fertilizer Mr. Crews used to
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Our ",',('k of lad iei,,' and t nllcrnfu'll It will nut be the fault of the street com +
about such result FARMER.Mr.
Ijr now. _. A *.*/fi>f ; ; : T. It.hi r"tW"llr 1 I. unkurpakaet I In lliis, market. mittee. [ Crews will probably answer the I/I
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V Florida awl tot Trn'/jr.! hj t.c r -
grown r/e 11""4r'=:,. JJou't 'fall to *<'I' our line Ixjforc purchasing General Manager George-TomP1ctt, of questions of "Farmer" next week.: -:ED ] O

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i:; 1tub't "ltE'"t ,, t"lIe ,.1t"1w accident last Friday.! While superin- Card or Tbanltn.I tIj
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'' Mrs. F. Put/m U fitlting l.':rrMiss 1fiI1f.1l.'r 'Our; inilllrnry ijijmilirn-nt h complete.
=:''I"I"=: VH' ly ", tljrlea" I I ni T, A. In the tending the construction of -a buildingout am very thankful to the friends who ,
; : in South Florida. WP lawn t"" very l 1IIIut Myles very
," g'.H'lt'' =:. the most on the line, a falling timber struck assisted me to my home after receiving .
|bsel nnij rim ptfuHo
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of Ili,.hlkfr. him on the head, inflicting a painful injuries on last Friday, and also to those _
Nellie Norman td ___
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,s was in the city Sunday. )h. !Ulll'" WWII,, elnta' A fl t IIr (II.G i roll," fncillhoia$ roatnurr; .I, (1. Alvarez.lr : wound. who have expressed a kindly Interest in

v&.r Nwb1nu a'rrl.'11'1, 414C 1/1 ''hcj li'jrby -- welfare. J take this method of
lhlr'fa' 1 1trak Ink, 1 U thin greatest business Boys' and men's suits and pants at my ex: p t.1j I Ict
The street committee it i ii' / ", In thn woili)h And It uprt.r81y Hoffurin Bro/ I hat will be at the bottom I

; good work on the streets. h".IJ"H1" (lr"itYlta, *t. ''IH,. j.drlfd alit .
; f.i tth", rni: ""N'). t.l' I .,UIilc' 'f", f 1,111. urn latcliin( : onto that
rhanla' '> hi ; what! We don't order
Sash doors and builders' hardware a l mean just we Bay. Something Special tor Orange Growers D 0

g: ::Trnbj Sternburs & Co's. htt"It"lmf.M, (;0, t f.M I, from high-priced clothing houses because and .Shipper. d- I..D I.

a 'Itf 'n -te f U no Ix-tU-r I mtdl'iuc for fanul, Y .In tiifuUng of onuige box 'heads, sides they are (popular and have immense es: Before you buy your box material and : ..

t f Ask Hoffman Bros'. prices on their new use than AYfr" CatUitlc I'ltla 'll.. .-'lrfcugnrcoatiog ttinJ wtJii, wp have im iuiine-n amountIn tablishments. We are cash buyers and :orange: wraps see Truby Sternburg & I -

floor. It is down this week. nuketi Ih<<-u. f'IUVluj tvui luutlt (hat' w: will not t.c uadz o'd give cash prices, saving you at least 25 percent Co. They Live just received a carload I t.1j4.
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agreeable: to lake, and uli they contain no Come and gel our prices. Hoffman Call and ECC. Our stock is the of Bangor Bides, one carload of heads i

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, J i TUE author of "The Autocrat' the THE STATE OF.FLORIDA Little Lollie, daughter of T. R. Holli- THREE SURVIVING. M. SPAEKMAtf & CO ,.',.,

Bradford County Terapkt Breakfast Table" is now 84 years of age, day of Cotto dale, came very near being Vo- ,, :
A Bit of Old Time FtorIdaBlstory: _
and says that ha feels as young as he did T.-S'-SH: : NEWS FROM EVERY SECTION bitten by a rattlesnake. one day last Intia County lady. ,.. -DEALER IN-

f at 50 when he wrote the book, and not week. His Bnakeship had crawled up- -
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PUBLISHED! : EVERY FRTDAVT.1 T OF OUR'SAT.items Forty-five years ago the State of Flor- WHISKIES
: STARKE. BRADFORD CO.,J FLORIDA.! 1 nearly to old'at he did at 27. Dr.Holmes -- on the porch and was in dangerous prox- ida was threatened with wholesale mass I HIGH GRADE j_

4' has not been doing any literary work ot Interest Clipped trom Our Ex- imity to the child, when discovered by the Seminole Indians who then RYE WHISKY.....................".....""."'...._.._..$.':..00. to |5 00 per.. gal...
.;: E. B. MATTHEWS. &. J. FARMER. the but is writing a Concerning tbe Progren of Mr. H.t who killed it. He now keeps acre by COR .. .. ................................................. w.v o* rn
during past summer, ctangei occupied a large portion af the peninsula. (JISS.......... .....................-....__.....'"'.._...-.... 2 00 2 50 .". .".
: MATTHEWS & FAfcMER. letter, now and then personal. friends. the People and the Derelop- the six "rattles and a button" as a me- RUM ........ ...................................................._.. 200 250:\ .. .. .
Editors Publishers, Marianna Tidings of horrible atrocities perpe- APPL BRANIY----------------------------: ......-....... .2:51); 3 00
; meat of our BeBOurceg.A mento.- Times-Courier. rEACH .. .........................--.-..........-.... 20. ;; 300.... ....
: SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 X\ YEAR. THE chiUrpn of actors are not to be aA[ negro women named Eliza Freemanwas trated upon white settlers by the red men WHITE WHEAT WHISKEY........... ...........-... -'50

y admitted in future into tLe convent Cuban who was a passenger on the accidentally shot Friday, the 59th were received almost daily, and t\ie few an Orders Jm We a Special/!
; Entered In the Poftoffice at Sharif.: Fla.., schools of"the Roman Catholic sister Mascotte on her last trip out committed regular soldiers: who were scattered Prompt Attention Fail to i
second clan malttr. ult., at the residence of Dr. W. R. :
_at_ _. .,,_ hood known as the Order of the Sacred suicide by jumping overboard while the Snead, near Snead's station, by Mr. J. through the State were unable to cope S'tarke :P1a.'
is that they might vessel was at Pea. His name has not with them, and inmany instances shared .:i
Heart. The
THE tiydmpraphic. office it Washington excuse T. Wells, who was cleaning his pistol,
is disposed to attribn"* the. heat influence the children of persons of been learned.-Tampa Times. which had become rusty from disuse. the fate of the settlers. t $,

and drought in Europ! lhi season to other vocations to become members df Last Friday about midnight as Geo. The coroner's jury rendered a verdict of The situation finally became so serious J. W. ANDREWS
that meetings held in all of the ,
were
the scarcity of icebergs in': the Nirth a profession "which seeuis fraught with Patterson' was passing up Ocklawaha accidental killing in accordance with the
towns (then confined to North and West
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dangerous possibilities. Avenue to his home some unknown evidence.-Marianna '

Atlantic. _--_-_- -_-_--_-_ _--rACCOBDIKO : wretch fired at him, the ball passing Times-Courier. Florida) and troops were raised to aid Livery Sale and Feed Stables
One day last week as Hat Barnett, of
the trarkifonnd' in the soldiery in the Indian
to a suppressing
IT has been suggested that if the through: the crown of his hat. the Early Bird

: stone qnarry in C.nnt'rtcn.a: brit with people of this country would deprive A well-posted.gentleman remarked a returning home commissary from Ocala departmentwas with a outbreaks.In THE FINEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY.
foot eleven iuchf in ItDjft t iuhrlitedt Jacksonville of hun
a one
-1 a kinds for company
themselves of luxuries of all a day or two since that so far the peopleof load of in
goods passing through Ag
those tIT dred men was raisedarmed and equippedand Reasonable'
parts. Attention and Charges.Drummers' .
': =i r- year, times would become good: again.At Fernandina had expended not less new's hammock five shots were fired at sent out to do its share towards Prompt

:T i is estimated that the farmers of the first sight, remarks the New York_ than $10,000 on account of the World's him from cover, one ball whizzing past driving the red devils back to their

; United States lose $100.& ,OOO an- Tribune, this seems plausible ; but how Fair. And yet nearly all of us are his cheek near enough: to draw a blister. fastnesscs in the south and Teams and Draying a
hundreds of thous-I swampy a
nually from the depredation of various would it affect the grumbling: about the hard times.-Fer- Hat has now secured a permit to carry rignt glorious record made these
ands of men, most of them workingmen, nandina Mirror.A men Specialty.Stables .
kinds of insects. ; Winchester and woe be unto the mann nor returned to their homes and fami-
.- who are manufacturing or producing carload of machinery arrived at the whom he draws a bead in self-defense
lies until the of the
t, tECWEXHOECK calculated: :t,at 1,000- these luxuries? union depot yesterday afternoon, consigned -Ocala Banner. accomplished'object, and the last expeditionwas Indian in Brick Building Cor. Call and Thompson Streets, .|

000,000 drinking of! animalcule,water would, such' nit ha are equal foundin in A SISTER of the Czar who attended the to the St. Augustine Park associ- Some enterprising capitalist could forced irom the neighborhood of the One Block from Depot. -

of royal wedding at London gives out the in- ation. The machinery will be used in make a snug little sum by building neat outlying settlements. Starke Florida.
size a grain sand. -
F : formation,according to a correspondent, the new dredge-boatrecently constructedto houses on the few available lots in and Of those one hundred gallant men who 4

,. that do service in the Maria Sanchez creek. around and them for rentor marched forth that in
Da. BROWX-SEQCARD says pressing that the liking for French manners and town offering summer day 184S,

&: in the neighborhood of &e ear, especially customs which has hitherto prevaded Russian The boiler is fifty horse power.-St. Aug- sale. Did you ever think of it? Thereare there is only one remaining; above the Ii1roafl. 4
Florida Gontral and Feillilsillar
will ustine News. desirable tenement houses to be sod Uriah Bowden ol this and in
in front of the righ one society has given way to an inclination no city,

stop a fit of coughing. vMMMHBH toward American views. American Receiver J. N. C. Stockton,of the First found in Marianna. Just now there is the better land, as the muster roll of

HMMMMMH'-%- women are sought as nurses and govern- National bank of Orlando, acting under not a vacant house of any kind to be the grand old company is called, ninety- FLORIDA TRUNK LINE.

:: IF human dwellings were onstructed esses, and the favorite theaters produce direct orders from Comptroller Eccles, found within her borders. Ye who are I nine answer to their names.

on the same proportionate s ale as the American plays while in St. Petersburg is sending out circulars to persons whoon yelling hard times, awaken and open the Of the wivesof the men who composedshe Short Line to Tampa and South Florida. ii

,. anthill of Africa private residences one of the most successful modiste is a July 2-ih! the date of the bank's sus- way and, our word for it. the "shekels" company's roster forty five years

: would be a mile high. J New York woman named Smith. This pension, withdrew their deposits from will roll toward you.-Marianna Times- ago, all have crossed over to join their STANDARD TIME.-July 3,1193. Trains from Jackaonrlll loot Hogan SUM

may be true, but the story has a fish- said bank demanding a return of said Courier.A oldier husbands save Mrs. Sammis i I-
: .g
-r-. THE mosaics in the church[ St. Mark, i- ? I
: in Venice, are the finest in the world. like flavor. deposit. as their withdrawal was a violation correspondent of the Savannah who lives in South Jacksonville and all I I South.DlTlllon. I .t' th WMt. I w.. .D1sii1oa I Bo.tLH
of the United States laws. Mrs. Sheldon in New _
banking Smyrna.
News writing from Jacksonville, says: I .
They cover 40,000 square feel of tbe upper i I _
_ _
walls, ceilings and cupolas, and are EVERY part of postage-stamp!: makingis -Orlando Reporter. The railroads of the State, despite the I Survivors three of a noble band who .wT- 1'10.7.1 1\0.8. N.40. No'10.1 1'10.2.1 1\0. i.NoT
I) done by hand. The designs are en- offered their lives and their husbands to 40 7 00 a'LT JacksonTUIe Ar .. 41 lG zSi
travel Ar14 50 a P p
all laid on a gold' ground. The burgular; who has been going: : around yellow fever quarantines on are T1j1ii 3 alLy }o'er.andlna P1 a 45 1 35 sLY BaldwIn LT SO,P 5 00 as
_ _- graved on steel, 200 stamps on a single' town of late, purloining otherpeople's puttiag on new trains and preparing for their country's good in days when times 45 Pi pi2 1 29 45 alLv pEAr BaldwIn Callahan Lv1 Ar\ 3 2 O 19 P Pi 120 5 50 a a 11 01 P a 9 10 a Ar f.ate City LT' 28 P 1 U as

TIlE mint at Philadelphia is naking plate. These plates are inked by two goodswas captured by Marsha the reasing travel from the North. were troublous, and a man's strong gopi2 4pIv-- Jaekso.avilleAr1 3 06p' 745 a 12 205 27a a 10 809"r 19a .'r JJveOa Madison LT.LT 5 88 37p P I 205.U.

preparations to coin $11,000:000; : in gold men, and then are printed by a girl; anda Titus last Saturday night. He is a col Many Florida people who have been absent right arm was more often needed in II.a 1i0....P p 2 I 31"I P pAr Lv Lawtey Baldwin; L Ar 2 L Zl 1 I p P 0&5 26 25 a a jj..; I'2. .35 r.o...: P pr...r Tallab&MH'I onticeno L LT v I 1 43 20 p .10".--p

by December 1. The denominationswill man on a large hand press. They are ored man named J. J. Johnson, and is for the summer are now returning.! protection of his home and'hearth than IIOSp 2 2 112 37 pAr a.r Starke LVtJ VI, I: 10 54 p 340 400a a 810a 335p\r: Qulnc Lv1241 l.op '
11 21 Hampton P
be $4,000,000 in double eagles: $G- dried as fast as printed and then gummedwith wanted in Manatee County for murdering : The schools and colleges are opening. now.-Times-Union. 1137 p P 30-1 p'Ar W'aldo Lv 12 8D P 325 a _940.1420_ p_ -rRlnrJunctlonLT U. 06 111f
Pen8acola Lv
30 Z
000,000 in eagles; and $5,030,000 in half a starch paste made from potatoes. a woman. We are told the marsha The packing houses are preparing to 12 12 2 5< Ii a a.4 44 Jl p1A pAr r Hawthorne Cltra LT Lvln 11 26 5 P P 2 1 tS 41110 -6 ..pl1..) 2 00 00 P\r a!Ar Mobile LT' 1 roa'a''._45_P

This is dried by placing the sheetsin While Policeman Carter was makinghis ....... 4 !ro pArSilver' SpringsLv ............_. ... ........... 145a Ar New Orleans Lv S __
\eagles.: ___ ___ ._... paste made a very clever capture in this case, move the orange and lemon crops, so rounds M.2 Oa II 04 pAr, Ol'ala LT 10 sTai2 115 a ...____. II iOPJArJacksOfl.MIASLV 1a P ...._
about 1 :45 A. M.
a steam fanning machine, and then as he had very little clue to work there is a general increase in travel in yesterday $2 a I 03 pAr: Wildwood Lv 9 35 a 11 05 P -5 110 a.-=
:MAGNA CUARTA, the great charter otEnglishmen's upon. his attention was arrested by an unusual I O7a 7 lOptAr Lacoocbet' LT 8 22. a 4ip .......... Jl 00 a Ar St.Loais LT _
the stamps are subjected to a pressureof -Titusville Advocate.A all directions.The 112a. 111 pAr! OweDeboro J.v 811 a 9 36p ..........1 445 pAr Chicago Lv T40r_
; liberties is preserved in 2000 tons in a hydralic press' Next noise at the market. Upon investigation S IIQ a 1 26 p.ir Dade City Lv 8 OS a I :!!O P
the British Museum. It u somewhat German boy stole $3S from the captain Greek barkentine Skiathos, after he to break 1 Iii. 8 S4 pAr lant City Lv 1 1i2 a 8 10 p 1. 2.9 lQ dafly: Pullman Sleepers) b.twa
the sheets are cut so that each one contains saw a man attempting: 1 6 a 9 25 pAr Tampa Lv SOQa TOSp JaheoDvilie aud New Orl.ana on 1 D t..IF .
stained by time, but King John's seal] 100 stamps: alter which the of the fruit schooner Vision Saturday being raised by the barge Alabama from into one of the back doors with a scant- No. a and 4 the Atlanta-Tamp. Train for St. Marks leaye. TaU UIM...
and still the paper night. He saw the captain put the where she bad capsized at the quarantine SIMPer.. carry a. m. Tuesdays. Thundaj. and S&turd&1l. :
name are quite legible at Pullman
Carter close in
between the stamps ia perforated, and ling. began to on the leave st Marks 11:20: a- m.the 1&Jll.8 day.
bottom of it. money in a satchel and while the latter station, was tuccessfuly( pumped out by Connections at MonUeeUo tor Thomantne.DaI17 .
D&lly.l I Iex
J would-bcburglar, but the latter imme- i- ;;;;
after being pressed the sheets are filed Bainbridge Montgomery.W&ahvlII. andQncI..
-- ---- --'I was town attending to business the the tag Carbonero and yesterday after- JD&1Iy I
up I
I
diately took leg bail running rapidly to- No. 42 No. 32 nat!.
If a eingle stamp is injured the lion. INO. Ii I I .
ACCORDING to a writer in tle Chicago away. cut hole in the to the city and now -..
boy a satchel, took the noon was towed over ward Lake Eola. The officer seeingthatthe No.UI I ITw
Tribune, Dr. Edward Eggle; : ton is engaged whole sheet is burned. money and skipped out. The captain lies alongside of Central wharf. After a 13 p Lv 'Ud1Jood AI' IWa11IiSi. Fernandina and C.m1terlaD. Bo....
fugitive was outspeeding him, filed Ii 25 a I 40 p.4r Leesbnrg Lv 8 U 1110 00 P
upon his last novel, fo* after it is and Deputy Sheriff Mooney hunted for her long bath beneath the waters of Santa several limes at his lower limbs without 1 aOs 1 OTp Ar Tanrea Lv 8 25 a 4Op No.M.lNo.60.l INo.61. No-af.
TilE GREAT KLOAT. "
finished he will devote himself entirelyto the boy all day yesterday but did not Rosa sound the vessel has a dilapidatedlook. t o a 100 pAr Apopka tv 183. 5li p 430 ( Jacksonville Ar 2 2tp IlOilolO (
1 00 Ii 00 plu10 ajAr
effect, and the man made good his ee 5 a 8 85 P AI' Orlando a, P 5 50 F.rnandlna Lv112 45 p 7 $0 ap1130 **"
historical work. The novd will deal The Franks! of the Wind last "'edneldayBud find him.-Tampa Times. She will have to be thoroughly a-------- _.. Ar Winter Park Lv a 45 a t' 87 P
.
cape.-Orlando Repcrter. tl2S0 p.Ar OTledo Lv' 00 a. 80 p and Fernandina
LeavM JadsonTllle daily 0t :
-
with New York life. f. Thursday.From There seems to be considerable violation renovated, and.it is estimated that her Trains marked thue are daily except- cept Sunday. ConDecta at FernandIna for nu- .

----- ----v Last tbe Wednesday DeLand Supplement.morning the barom of the game law in this vicinity. damage: by the storm will amount to Sunday______ _________ ____ cennees.Brnns1Jlck.Cumberland forming the blaDd.Cumberland Jet'l bland Route and and -
CRIMINALS are usually of w eak physical $3,000 or $4,900.( Pensacola News. a1LY::/ j ,tlI.iiii; : making connections for Macon.Atla.nta.. Ch.tta-
organization. In 188-1 Cixty-seven etors in DeLand registered :S0.40. This Quail are bting killed every day. A For Colds nooga and northern and 1Jeetern pol1ttl. SuaI -
man from the country the first of Joe book-keeper for Blair & -26 ........ Lv Waldo Az 1"2 10 ......... day train lean .Iacksonvule 8:40: a. m. Le&v.s
per cent. of the men in French prisons was some higher than usual. Before young Henry, a 61 ....... Ar Gainesville LYIlI 28 a .. Fernandina 5:00 p. m.. arrive JacbO.Tme .
the week had in box which commission merchants Pi......... 21 ...__.
noon however the commencedto thirty-three Thrasher the Coughs 4 53 .Ar Archer Lv110 a. 1:15: p.m.
and sixty per cent. of the wqjmen were mercury 1 3 ........ ..kr Cedar Key. Lv1 ......... .
he had caught in a trap, and offered the on awaking this morning, at the residence -
drop and by midday it had reachej
the Influenza and
sentto hospital at some tjrce during Croup, Lean .Archer daCy except Suad&J'.t.aoo .JackaoDTIlIe-.b"Yll1e, (via La.all
the period incarceration. ; 30.00. Before daylight the next morn- same for sale on the streets of East is. of Mrs. James Thrasher, who p.m.for Williston. EarlY Bird and ENlt Mnes; Macon and Atlanta)
Bronchitis ''eave Eagle; Mines dally. Monday at 4SO;
------- ------. ing (Thursday) it was down to 29.50 andit We do not know whether or not he-disposed lives about one mile and a half west t'f, a. m.for Archer and Interuiediats except point No 2.t I No.6.t I NoINo. .

TIIE new Nicaraguan Government" will di J not stop there, but continued to of the birds, but he was warned the city, found his room-mate, John D -i--; 4 Oil P LvOcII.laISS040( 05a1550p 7 OSp 8 uOaLv' Tampa Ar' 25p 1 & :
5 DllDellon 100 830 Jacksonville AI' 140. I 4 p'
1000 a I 02 pAr LYI ai p a pLv "'i.-
not have as pleasant a time Ha runningthe fall until G P. M., Thursday when it had he was violating the law by offering Bozeman, Jr., lying by his side dead. II 20 a 5 4t p Ar liernando Lv1 8 20 P ::1:15: palO a 8 51 P I.v LAke Cily Ar 5 80 a S 10 p ""t.,);;

affairs of State as was :expected. reached the very unusual point of 29.20, them for sale. Bozeman was also an employee of Blair AVESCHERRY ..1....Oa..... 802pAr lS5pAr Homoll&8lI.T Inverness 780a.300& .2ep...... 425p 800p 745a'L.05aLv' -Usnta Macon Ap ArIOl5p111O&1:1I5p! ,,, ,

Sacasa left[ a foreign: debt of$5,000,000and In the meantime the storm thus predicted The Cocoanut Grove Hotel at Palm & Thrasher as a clerk, and for the pass! ItO a eSSp'LvLacoocbelOlijAr i5-\120; .i-i-i 128; P 1 825 2a a 1110 2 OOp'Lv P' o\r CbattauongaAr NaihvIlIe LT lOOp 140. 18&t .,.' ,
11i a 10 a
three weeks it is said he bad Seen drinking a ArTarponSprlDg8A P
oroke with full force DeLand
the taxes *of the countr are not on Beach, was burned last night. The ICES I 15 a 9 25 P Ar Sutherland Ar 1 08 a 1 va p 8 :0 p ii 45 aI.v: Atlanta Art I M ..
and YolusiaCounty. very hard, and that heart failurewas PECTORALthe 39 a a 48 pAr Clearwater Ar 5 45 a 8 41 P 2 65 P 1 1i1 aa I' Lynchburg At I :
sufficient to cover the budget. is about \ 118 11--
$ : partly Jinsurcd. A 9 82 a 10 40 p1Ar StPet.rsburgL 6 40 a 5 58 p 10 00 p 1 05 a..bilKtoD Ar10 43
.. The wind commenced during Wed- heavy gale was b'owing'at the time the canse of his death.-Jackson- best No..l.2.5 and 8 dally. Throu Pullman 11 2011. U:3a Ar New Ytllk Lvi 4 3i;
ville Metbropolis. Sleepers between Tampa. and Nasbville on II ana 11 6.. ;::5 PiLv "t.uta:
TilE Garfield farm atMentoJ. in Ohio nesday night and continued with ever Ar.-Iffi
The origin of the fire is unknown. The. of all I. Only on. change between Tampa and 8 30 50 I.lrlllluoChli.Jn :!.

is to be cut up into residence: bts and ncreising velocity until Thursday nigh hotel formerly belonged to E. N. Dim- The work on the new freight depot of anodyne sold Chlcalto.through JRUS8S! to these City points.and New York. Berths 10 II 30 25 P\4\ :25 5 a.!AI'Ar.KdflM&4:U..hJII City eAr Lv "_--_ 5 E' "d"i

transformed into a town toe named late.Business ick and was sold to Mr. Clarke, of Pitts the F. C. & P. railroad company is pro- expectorants. .
in DeLand! Thursday was Ticket oftlee. S5est Bay Itrl'8t. corner Hogan. Depot.foot of HOIl/m !treet. Jacksonville.N. : .
after the dead President. Thd. home itself burg, l'a., and was to have opened for gressing finely and we are informed that Prompt to act, S.PENNISGTON.: Traftle Mana<
will be left intact, but tbe:. 200-acre practically suspended, and navigation in the winter season next month. It was in about three weeks this building will -- V V -
,. the face of the northwest gale was exceedingly Sure to CureJ. ROFESSIONA L.
farm in which Garfield' took pride, will occupied all summer by Mr. Flagler's be completed. It is the intention to DRUG STORE
difl cult. The storm was --------.....---v N//ww"w\ji yvjlu -----,--...... ........-
be destroyed. \ mechanic lost the brick work the
j They everything. commence on passenger _
__u accompanied by a drenching!: rain which E. !-. STEWART, M. D.
w station just as soon as the masons
A LIVERPOOL (England) pjoliieman, fouad its way into the closest houses. The Narrows shipped last year as finish the masonry on the freight build- WISS & SONS' PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.Office ..

1 who, as he thought: swallowed a sixpence The damage done was not nearly as near as we can approximate, (as many PRACTICALORANGE with Starke
ing. It is thought that should no delaysbe Drnggo.
thirteen years ago, recently had gre'at as it wa, feared. Of course thousands crates were carried by the mail boat, of
.
in the materialfor STARKE
experienced receiving CLIPPERI FLA.
a severe pain in his throat. !A fit of of oranges were blown from the which there is no' record) nine thous- .
the structures that both the
passen-
coughing: came on, and the long lost trees, nd in some cases the trees them and crates of vegetables. Now, where .7%Inches. & WILLS.
and freight depot buildings will be POWELL
I
coin, half of its original thickness was selves badly broken. the unoccupied territory say from Farr's ger M .

.. released from his throat.: ; Two oaks on the Boulevard were broken to Orchid settled up with active, energetic finished in about six days.-Orlando Re- P Tate Powell. M. D.. and J. C.:Will*. M. 1>.
.. porter.A R tender their professional services to the rltlzl'n"
and well nigh ruined. The Colored Odd : men, instead shipping nine thousand O of Starke and tsurrounding country. Calls

THE: "greengoods" business*does not Fellows hall was blown out of plumb. crates of vegetables: the same territory daring theft was committed last V E =- promptly attended. J L. G-ASKINS,

appear to the New York TribunJe to have A part of the frame of Stetson's nw will ship fifty thousand, and much night about 7 o'clock in one of the most D Office at Dr. .1. I.. Raskins' Drug Store.T DEALER IN::'

been seriously interferred with is yet by packing house now being erected, was other money producing products.-Juno public places in the city. Walter Pi ice, These.fully Clippers warranted are,made and any of the found very defective finest material will-

the financial stringency from which the blown down. The roofs of the Parceland be replaced. UFRAZEE. Drugs and Medicines
; W
Sun.Mr. a mulatto who has just served out a six The blades are slightly curved,with edges stiffer ,
country is snffering. And the: of the Putnam House and the Havens than last season. It is the only practical Clipper
'" crop J. B. Gillam informed us Mondaythat months sentence in the county jail, stole made and Indorsed by all who have used them.soid ATT'Y AND COUNCILLOR AT
gullible persons who would be| rich by block were partially blown off. The he by the Hardware and Supply Trade.J. Starke Fla.
noticed a steer in his lot about five bolts of fine cloth from a pile at the WISS A SONS. Newark, N. J., Manufacturers. LAW. ,
dishonest means is perennial. I Cupola on Chaudoin hall at the Uni- four miles from town, with blood on his door of :Maas Bros.' store. Price was II t Room No.1. Jones' Block. I

{ versity was badly damaged. Frank mouth. On examination be found that not seen to take the goods, but he was G. W. YOUNG STARKE. FLA. Physicians': Prescriptions Carefully Compounded -
THE narrowest part of the Strait of Bond's windmill-was and the at all Hours-Day or Night.
prostrated his tongue had been bit off. In searching !seen! hanging around the store a few J. FIELDS. I *!

Florida, through which tbe Gulj Stream top sign: on the Carrollton demolished. for the missing member,it was foundin minutes before they were stolen and was 4k I .
I
flows at the rate of five knots tn hour, A small house northwest of town occupied the manner ef his horse stables. A afterwards seen making for the scrub on BRICK MASON and PLAS _

is fifty miles wide, and has ;a mean by Mr. Belar, was blown down hole had been cut through the side of i a run with the goods under his arm. General Blacksmithand TERER. II I I

depth of 350 fathoms. If tb>8 were and a negro: residence in Yammessee the stable to put corn into the manger The .,heriff and his deputies and the STARKE. FLA. !

stopped up the climate of this country upset. without opening the stable door, and it police force made diligent: search for the Wood-worker Agents for Camp Bro,,' r.rlck. I
in winter would be totally chaned.e Many signs!: and pine trees were blown found that
was his horse had bit off thesteer's rascal last night but he was not caught.: --- -- II
-------- r? T down and the county had a topsy-turvy
-
4 ; tongue.-Windsor Ledger. Price is said to be a professional "shop- COMLER I PEEK
THEY say that oil is'destined t tb super- appearance.At *tafc>. ifter. Is located at the old tinsliop. where he i is ;

sede coal as fuel for ocean steamships. Winnemissett all the boat houseson Some Orlando people seem to have a prepared to make or repair all' kinds of iron Fire Insurance

The New York Press thinks everybody the lake were demolished. A win- peculiar sense humor: Taking advantage Miss Laura Ward daughter of Mr. tin or \vood-\vork.\ will make you a
dow in the residence of Mr. Bateson
will feel more comfortable when: travel- blown in and the bioken glass and sash was of.the excitement caused by a crazy James Ward, died last Saturday morn- wagon or repair :your coffeepot; make you Represents PROVIDENCE.:: LIVERPOOL WASh INUTON.LONDON OREENWICII& GLOm t -

ling by sea to know that there!are no scattered over a sleeping child in a bed man claiming that he had committed a ing under peculiar circumstances. She a plow or repair your buggy shoe you SECURITY and HARTFORD Fire Insurance,

brother men shoveling coal in tUe floating nearby. The little one narrowly escaped murder a hearse was hired in which had been having fever, and Tuesday be- horse or sell you Chicago Aermotor. Companies.ounty for enle.Choice lots of Land -in,town and'

inferno down under the es. injury. Pine trees by the dozen was a coffin with a dummy figure in it fore, she eat about the half of a sardine. Now, Mr. Farmer, it will pay you to find STARKE. FLORIDA. C. S. HACKER &
: SON
eOIl\\
were prostrated in the vicinity of the out all about this windmill 11:1:
T __-- _gs_---_-_-- _-s--?a lake. which was hauled around the street and Immediatelyafter eating the sardine!! she it can be used ,
_ _ for any purpose that water power can be SOCIETIES.
A then in the
RECENTLY constructed submarine placed undertaker's shop was seized with violent vomiting, and I.\ \CTTBEB3 OF-
to.
put When you are in town call and -- -- - -
A WAit RKLIC.An -
boat, destined for the French is where people crowded to see the on Thursday she was paralyzed and diedon - -
Navy, sup- learn all about it. It does not take a wagon Bradford Lodge, No. 4?, F. & A.1. V
moved by electricity, carries a rew ol posed dead man. The crazy man ad- the following Saturday. Five otherof load of DoorsJ MonId- -
Old Shoe Sole Found In the Wreck of money to purchase one. but it i k, Meet; Thursday night before the third Sash Bids
twelve men, knd can remain und?r water the "Magnolia.'* mitted that there was no foundation for Mr. Ward's children who had not I worth a big pocket lull to you. A Sunday in each month .

for twelve hours. It is planned! (o lodge In Nassau Sound there lies the old i his story but it is a qtestion whether he been nick, eat of the same sardines on Geo. W. N. D..WAIXWEIGBT WM. F. MALPHUR3.Sec. M.

under an enemy's vessel a torpedo wreck on the blockade-runner "Magno- or the perpetrators of the alleged joke Friday 'and each of them was seized Young, ,, ings, Bull Material :

powerful enough to break a big teamer lia," which when chased too closely by made the most senseless! exhibition.-# with vomiting immediately after eating; Starke, Fla. May Lodge_ No. 10, j. o. O. F.-Regular

in t woo __.-- --_--_-_ 1 1a. ; S the Yankee gun-boats, was run ashore Exchange.Rev. the sardines though some of them eat "7' V night meeting in their every Hall.Tuesday Transient Builders' Hardware. .
---- '
Capt. Robt. Downea of the pil*>t boat In that body of water and deserted by W. Johnson, colored minister in ing only a mouthful. ,No other members Tbo Mnsic Honso of F1ori. vited.brothers N. w.HACKETT.VT. cordially: .In-

Francis, Sunday boarded n schooner the crew. charge of the colored Baptist Church in 01 the family, of which there are several a !' F. Malphnra N. G. Window and Fancy 'Glass a

"X from a Cuban port and brought her into The location of the wreck has always New Town, was, on last Friday night, other children, who did not tat any F. J. FIELDS;P. O. and Sec. V. O.
been known, and last week was visited of the sardines were stricken with this Specialty. -.
the sound arguing with.Tom Tayloroneofthe flock
to
contrary regulations: of ,
State Board of Health, when Assitant by the photographer: Mr. Sbaw and his on the importance! of each member com peculiar illness.-:Monticello Constitution. Manier, Lane & Co.. Charleston, S. C.

State Health Officer Horsey at o&ce or- son, of this city, who were in hopes of ing up promptly with the..amour.... t as- (Successors to A. R. Campbell.We .> U.D.Watchmaker'MINER
-
dered the vessel and pilot to national obtaining something in the shape of sessed for the preacher's supp rt. The Rev. Mothers, and especially nursing moth- will sell and deliver at your nejrest!!> station W. L. DOUCLAS

quarantine station at S9.pelo.-ternan- curiosities for their studio. Johnson was charged with quoting a passage era, need the strengthening; support and first-class ,

dina News. The young: Shaw dived to the wreck of[ "Scripture" as follows: "He that hejo that!comes from Dr. Pierce's Favorite S3 SHOE Ncn.Ip..

several times and at Prescription. It lessens the pains and Do ? wear them? When next In need
you
-- every trip brought refuseth to pay his preacher: and wantsto burdens of child-beo.riDginsures Healthy. Pianos and Oreans try t pair.; .
-
IT has always been a matter of spec- up something, but the sharks were so remain member- of the church is an- vigorous offspring, and promotes an ---- -..- Best In the world. V$5.OOJiri
gFor "
ulation and wonder to most plentiful that it was considered dangerous member liar abundant secretion of nourishment V
peopta; as to i unworthy a and the truth on Itss money than any lions in the State.
I how a marine cable once broken ia mid- to venture longer.Mr. is not in him." Which Tom Taylor interpreted the part of the mother. It is an invigorating ;- We guarantee instruments to be as repre and Jeweler I '4.00jis

ocean is ever got together againr. The Shaw reports the planking and I as making him out a ]liar and perfectly tonic harmless,made in especially any condition for women of any sented.honest We man will or ship woman a Piano on or trial Organ and to if 43.50 '?; ';":,II.:;;:' *ZOO \.

explanation is this: First it must be ribs of the sunken steamer to be in a an unworthy member whereupon Tom the frmalo system, as it regulates and not satisfactory we. will pay fieiglit both Starke, Fla. 42.55 12.00 naWG; >

known that the cable practically! rests remarkable state of preservation not- arose and with a large; stick proceeded promotes all the natural fnnctions and ways 42.25 '

everywhere on the bottom of th<;c sea. withstanding the fact that she has lain to get satisfaction by striking the never conflicts with them.The"Prescription" '.75. _

Of course there are places where sadden there for thirty years. The planking is pastor several heavy blows ovor the head and: cures. In all builds the chronic up, strengthens weak-- Cash or on Installment Largest Assortmentof 42,00 FOR BOYJ4I.J5 d1c
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deep places coming between sliallow! of four inch oak and the ribs of locust. and face. Other members ot the church nesses and disorders that afflict women, Sheet )Music FaR ,

ones will cause the cable to make n spaa brass There work were and copper found rivets quantities, parts ot of being near by stopped further troubleby it is guaranteed to benefit or cure,or the Guitar, Accordeons Strings., and in\ fact oHns.every Banjos MUIsical Watches Clocks : --. ,

as over a ravine or gully. In other blaces the boiler the steam chest and in one seperating the parties. The next day money is refunded. Grand Instrument Piano. from a Jew's Harp to a ,

the ocean is so deep that the cable]:finds of the rooms the sole of a box-toed No. the pastor proceeded to Justice Porter's For every case of Catarrh which they 50,000 pieces choice music at ten tents per If you want a fine DRESS SHOE made lathe latest :

its specific gravity somewhere in mid- i shoe with the pegging!: still intact. office and swore out warrant for assault. cannot: cure proprietors of Dr.Sages' copy or 15 copies for $1.00. and Jewelry styles, don't pay$6 to$8 try my$3$3 JO,$4.00 or '

water, BO to speak. In that case itrests When made the their vessel was run ashore tha The? accused confessed to his guilt and was Catarrh Remedy agree to pay $500 in cent.Any below sheet publishers'music published at 25 to;GO per $5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom made and look and

quite as firmly as if it were on solid and crew across inland escape to the over Confederate the beach fined ten dollars and cost in default of cash. You're cured by its mild,soothing, jB Send for free Catalogue.price Special attention given to the repairing of wear as well. If you wish to economIze III your footwear, .
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ground. forces.-Times-Union. which Taylor was sent tojail atTayares. you're >aid. Jacksonville work clone at
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4 for a moment. .Each storm wave there PollthiY.Improvement Child. } .. -
Bribing a
; FLORID HOU8DPBR81 sends a ripple here, finally diminished in 6 a EstsNE Why Not Ride the .
sr s I I It is never wise to bribe a child to per- Best? :
.. ...._ force so that which CN aRouoN
kills
t J man and beast n"" n "'" .. .n_____. form a plain duty, writes Elizabeth Robinson SH1LOHSCURE. ,
,. OrJt 0wc. and vegetation in the North seldom does
in Breeds. Scovil in an ,article on "The Re- ";
'. more than draw .: .:
cause to _
as light
.'\! If I had known In the morning wraps The decided improvement in many of warding of Children" in the October i

{ Bow wearily &U the day about us and start a few fires. It is not our popular breeds is ;xery marked, and Ladies' Home Journal. There are many coA E25c50catl :;
i The word unkind these light cold waves that "':".
annoy or
motives to be to and shouldbe
noticeable especially, in the newer varieties appealed we _
.
Would trouble my mind give troub'le. That --
; which does Cures Coughs, HoanenoMt Bar Throat.
annoy
X said when yon went away.I and should be within the past six or ei ht 5 ears cautious how we substitute a lower Croup promptly; relieves TVfcoopincCoatUand

; had been more careful, darling:, a cause of great care to At first thought and especially when we for a higher one. When bedtime comes Arthmiw For Consumption it baa no <
,
the invalid is the great difference rival:has cured thousands where all ether ;,-f
Nor give you needless pain; between I'I are a little discouragejl l, we are inclined it is often a struggle for the small peopleto failed; will CCBX Ton if taken in time. Sold I
t : But we rex our own sun and shade temperatures whether it by Druggists on guarantee. For Lame Back .
With look and tone be from I to say that everything is retrograding, go off pleasantly and promptly. or Chest.use SHiLOHtt PIAST BT L5 Cie.1LOHfS .
passing
out of doors into the
.. i We might never take back again. house or from the fullness of into { and that this or that variety of thoroughbred When we elders have to do things not at CA.iBRHREMEflZ ..
day
a I. poultry is not nearly so good as it all more disagreeable to us, we indulgedin
<' In the night which
For though quiet evening here comes suddenly uponus murmurs-audible otherwiseand
; You may give me the kin of peace. when the was five years ago, and that everything some or
sun down. .
; Yet It might be goes I is going to smash, etc.: how often we a good deal self-pity. It is not Have you Catarrh? This remedy is guaran
One who is teed to cure Price
you.
out of doors here and e.er- 60 eta. Injector free.
for be that will take
: That never me hear these remarks. But when we stopto to expected our juniors .
. : The pain of the heart should cease. cising in the sun, which is sometimes tor- their burdens with more cheerfulness -
look back five or six years we can up Turkey Talk.
How many go fourth In the morning rid in intensity, becomes easily suffused
than we do ourselves. Yet as soon as From The
Florida
that have oc A
the gricultnrtst
home at easily notice changes :
.. That never come night; with perspiration. On
And heart have broken entering a shaded curred. Take for example the silver'i they are old enough to understand any- The American Fancier, contains a report -

I b For harsh word spoken rienced room a delightful coolness will be expe- Wyandottes, a few years ago breederswere thing they may be greatly helped,or hin- of agreat poultry show in Rhode ,"

: That sorrow can never set right. and temptecf an open windowone much troubled with the frequency dered, in doing it. "It is time for Charlieto Island. The enteries numbering5,000aidthe : '

if it; z. We have careful thought for the stranger fanned may be inclined to sit there and be very in which feathered legs occurred, go to bed now"ought to beenough to State Experiment Station made a Victor Bicycles are first in tires and improvements and

: And smDes for the sometimes guest, by the breeze. We may not reflect persuade him to do so without difficulty. most note ,
fir Y about one out of three or four had this worthy exhibit of 37xoops and lead the world of cycledom.
that the
: But oft for our own difference between the heat
sometimes fail
to follow it through life, But just as we ourselves consisted of sixteen: one fourth wild
discrepancy
The bitter tone to which I
we have been subjected and this to to the call of duty so there
about the same respond turkeys selected from flock of 300.
Though we love our own the beet. and single combs were of a
pleasant seat, at the window, is often as Charlie feels that OVERMAN WHEEL CO. *
Ah.lips with the curve Impatient frequency, in fact they were so common will be moments when These birds have been thus bred to k

s Ah brow with the look of scorn much as eighty degrees F., and that sudden that beginners were tempted to his desire to sit up longer entirely over- infuse new blood into the turkey stock of BOSTON WASHINGTON, DENVER, SAN FRANCISCO. ..

t : 'Twere a cruel fate cooling in this way is almost injur- many themin their breeding yards powers his wish to obey, and he refuses. the State, and to famish farmers with

t 1 Were the night too late ious as to pass from sixty degrees F., to use Eomeof What is to be done in this case? His breeding stock that will increase the
q i To undo the morn 1 in fact did use them. ,
*' -Selected.I twenty degrees below zero. So also is it And then the white ear-lobes, oh! mother can probably induce him to go hardiness and decrease the difficulty of W. I.BILL. HM. PAPWOBTH.W.J.HIIL&OO. .

, i at nightfall. The air as I hare said, is did shineso much so that ''to bed by means of a piece of candy, or raising turkey poults. As our bronzed .
to set evil how they ,
I surest not an ex- my
THE way moist, each cubic foot of air I
contains far time the
but the next
a promised pleasure,
winked at variety comes from the wild stock the
of eighty-three
standard
If others
the
\ample, is to set a good one. more moisture absolute
humidity than for question arises he will be less able to do infusion of new blood will be .
1 following us to the light, they are not at the them by allowing them to compete a great ,
|are north the heat
yet sun is such of red right unaided than he was at first. His improvement to the stock of the State
had
but an edging
if
they
darkness and
1 Hollowing us toward the ; that all through daylight hours this prizes to the bribe ESTABLISHED
I around them, and it took a good one of .I mind will naturally revert and is a very commendable undertakingby .. 1878.

r example. moisture is latent, concealed and the relative those days to pass, even then, but whatan and he will want another. A quiet talk, the State's Experiment Station. As SAN FORD FLA.

i humidity is low-from forty to gentle argument and persuasion: impressing ,
improvement do we see now in these we previously stated the Rhode Island -

]j lIzRE is something applicable to the cixty per cent., but when the can disap- glaring defects the new standard has upon him that every one has to and Western New York stations are the THE WHOLESALE HOUSE FOR

women| of the South as well as in the pears below the horizon the air cools drawn in its lines to one-third the sur- do disagreeable things sometimes be- only ones that have experimented to any Hardware

1 North. An editress says: do have some immediately and it will not hold nearlyas face of the ear-lobe permanent white; cause they are right, will usually prove extent in poultry. Mr. Samuel Cash- Stoves, Doors

I regard for other people when you takeS much vapor, so that the relative humidity and it is rirely that we find occasion to effectual; if not it becomes a matter of man is a liberal contributor to the poul- Sash, Blinds, Paints' .Leads

S out your far capes and wraps that have mounts upward to eighty; or disqualify at that even, and feather legs obedience that must be enforced even at try journals, giving the results of ex- Olli Brick Lime

I! been packed in some of the modern moth., ninety per cent. as the thermometer goes and single combs are almost a thing of the cost of pain. If we can enlist the will periments carried on at the Station, and Cement Iron LeacfSewer

older had downward, until the dew point or saturation the side of right-doing, so that the
preventives. Recently my just to on his articles valuable
T
\ the past. And then when it comes are reading. Speaking ." :7 IreI.I.) Pipe
before at restaurant ol the atmosphere is reached. Thisis child shall himself and yield a
< been placed me a the finer points in the make up of the conquer of Indian games he says : "They .Lad aD Ruad... M.turUl
Write for Prc-
] when a lady threw her for cape across a period dullness, during winter and as much improvement.We willing obedience, we have accomplishedmuch. have extrodionary flesh development-a -
bird, we see just
;= the chair and sat down beside me. The requires great care. but few spangled breasts in females Let us teach them by every effortin small amount of offal and yellow skin ftnnfftctuvn,of tie

r literally lost its savor for me for I Invalids should always within doors our power that virtue is its own re and their
j soup (at our shows at leas), and males legs. By use some of the best Patent

? am one of the many who are made ill by when the sun sets and should remain with almost white body and fluff. White ward. ___-____ cross-bred fouls for the table may be- : Section : Ladder;

.t I the peculiar odor which is a feature of there? Not only should the invalids be sickles and primaries of wings, and the Trials of the Southern Trucker. i produced." Yes this is acknowledgedbut -FOR-

jj f' I some of the moth preventatives now used within doors but he should have a fire, color in hackle and saddle are as From The Florida Agriculturist: I had a few of broiler size to kill this OBAll8Z GROVKS, stets DuruR
copper ?
even when the theremometer
indicates
PAINTERS.t .
J ] extensively. 'surely disappearing. All these mark The Southern planter has more to con- summer (pure bred) and if a cress can t t *

! t A garment which has been packed in sixty-five to seventy degrees F. To attain I the improvement that is going on in this tend with five times over in raising and be any improvement over these they ( heapest House in the State for Pump*
this he
will
J | this way should be aired for days before often need be insistence,
Goldens are on the same line, marketing a than his Northern certainly must be fine.
i'tt is worn. I have known alady to leave especially if boarding in a private family, variety. crop Iron
1- but they are farther behind and have brother. The Northerner has but one Pipes Spraying and Irrigating-
1 a street car hastily because some one who are mostly of very small means and but time STATE OF Onio, CITY OF TOLEDO,) ss. ,
while in
! \ cloak saturated with themselves not accustomed more room advancement. season to plant his garden crop, Lens COUNTY } .
wearing a heavily i if to guard )
f. this odor leaned over her in the isle. I against these changes. will surely bring them out of the brush. Florida there is something to plant FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he ting: Ouftts, Plumbing Oas

rt The Barred Plymouth Rocks have made nearly every month in the year. But all is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. ,
Church services also made hour writer has'known invalids
t | were an stopping marked advancements in the last few things have their seasons and it has CHENEY & Co., doing business in trio Cityof Fitting and Tin Hoofing.
\ of discomfort from the same cause.I in so-called hotels to suffer and take Toledo, County and State aforesaid,
I breeders of this
old time
Who of our taxed us hard to find the precise to
I t colds jeopardizing their lives,because the years. and that said firm will pay the bum of

j Advice to Invalids. proprietor thought a fire unnecessary, variety does not remember the speckledear plant the different varieties of crops, and ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS each and .

red feathers, the white have not been able to master the of CATARRH that be
t when the theremometor stood sixty-five lobes, the we every case can not FOR PRODUCTION AND PROFIT
r ESPECIALLY THOSE COMING SOUTH FOR sickles and white in primaries of wings, knowledge yet. Northern people have an erred by the use of HALL'S CATARRH

; THEIB HEALTH. degrees The F. the birds with feathers barred with about impression that we can plant anythingand CURE. FRANK CHENEY. Buy Trees of the Well-known Reliable Ten years tested
; From the Florida Agriculturist object of the fire is not so much the Sworn to before me and subscribed in ,
heat three dark bars, and then white to at all seasons of the year, because of this 6th day of December
; The season is fast approaching when for the individual unless he be very my presence ,

; our northern invalids will be seeking our feeble, as to dry the air, since cold is far skin, how these points have changed, in no hard winter weather, but find their
the majority' of our birds. Of course we'Lave mistake when they come here and try it. A.D.1886.A. GLEN ST MARY NURSERIES O
warm sunny clime, and we, believe the more easily resisted when the relative W. GLEASON
but ia speaking -
I culls in all varieties, Every month in .the year has its own
SEAL
hints from of native humidity or moisture is low. A ( ) NOTARY PUBLIC.Hall's .
; following one our temperature .. .
mention of the major peculiar time at which some seed willpro.W'ate BATBTJMA' OXA.B-OES. hardy sad rly. ECAK3.,but raper-D.n variety. CAMPHOR TUX9.PEAR8.
physicians will be of much help to each of sixty-five degrees with relative here we make ; all kladi. Immense itoek WALHUTS.lot..Japaa*California TEXAS UM1XSUA.
i FEACHE8.10 varieties,aw sad old. CBE. .V S.lapn Mammoth,tab OaTVULXA KOBVBTA.
flocks. and do well, but not all varie- Catarrh Cure in taken internallyand
of :
: and one. He : humidity of ninety per cent.is excessively part our PLUMB bait Japu sat active lorti. OLIVX8 aad APKICOT8. MAOHOIOA SWDILOZA.Jaraa .
says
every white Wyandottes and white Ply- ties of seeds. The Southers planter has acts directly on the blood and mucous PEEBIIYOaS.varietle.antested.PIGS sad HVLBUaUS. CITXTTS TaUOUATA.
Thousands, every year, seek southern chilling and a serious matter. The surfaces of the Send for awns food sapply.il leading kind POMEOKAHAXE8. KOSE8. l' TtrUtlM.
Rocks have made decided advances so hinderanceu in the way that it system. Other klnd.-loU of oa-wrtte far what yon __a.
i localities in winter, for rest and recreation I From weather studies we turn to cloth- mouth many testimonials, free. FREE Specimens of fruit in season; and our experience and information.Ie adaptability to
thousands for health. Itma.y also in shapecolor (free from yellow)and seems a wonder he does not give up in F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo 0. your locality worth much more. For instance,we have discarded one variety of which we shipped
-other ing. Here need ,
we not pause long. Thereis 400 bushels in 1887.and this but one of the hundreds of varieties tested. We have built oar reputation
andbeneficiafto them ear-lobes. We might mention other and disgUHt-which very many were on the t"Sold by Druggists, 75c. on fine itock-somo say the flnttt. An Kx-Oovernor of Fla.writes: They are beauties so
be interesting; little difference to be made between packed as to shame. novice, and even many who pretend to be experts." }>Prompt and careful
to have a few plain rules so they may be ordinary clothing in Florida in winter older varieties, but the improvementbeing point of doing this spring. Causes for ., attention to correspondence. Prices reasonable* Catalogue free.

in a position to derive the greatest benefit and that worn elsewhere in the United more marked in these, we use discontent are numerous; poor seed and Florida Haws for Apple Butter- G- I. TILBEfl, Clen St. Mary, Fla.

; from a sojourn in a warm climate. States. In place of furs light wraps and them as examples, and you carry thematteralong.E. high prices for the same; the extortionate The native thorn -apple, plum and

Wherever he may go, the invalid sick cloaks should be substituted. Under J. Marshall in Poultry railroad and transportation rates, grape make excellent fruit butters, be-

with a chronic malady, should remember garments should be the same as at the Gazette. and the shameful treatment of the coin- sides jellies, preserves, etc., that can be

mission houses combined with dry seasons made quite a source of income and v
that although he may have received the North and of wool or silk. The invalid Animal Meal. ; now
wet seasons and cold frosty seasons friend Cambell wants us to feed them to J Q
best counsel the ultimate
possible cure should, however, be carefully provided From The Florida Agriculturist: o RQ.

rests with himself. He must apply that with three weights; or thicknesses of them We are having so many inquires about has nearly bankrupt the truck his hogs. For apple butter take one-half S1A

advice under many varying circumstances -very light, medium and heavy-and animal meal and what it is, that we will grower. But these things will all he yellow haws and the other half plums,or etiG
remedied in time; all new countries have or both. Cook them and then
,
grapes
must lose of his individ- know
sight he
never though may not consult theremometor state, in a few words what we

uality nor of the fact that many acts barometor and hygrometer before about it for the benefit of the readers of their drawbacks and inconvenienceswhich run them through a colander to remove
take time to overcome, and there the seeds. Sugar and boil the and
may be done by well people within con- determining the weight to be worn for the AGRICULTURIST and will be as briefas mass,

sequence which for him would be disas- the day, yet he will insure health and possible. Animal meal, as the name is but one way for the people of Floridato you will have apparently as good apple

overcome some of the evils, thatis butter as can be bought at the store,and .
trous. and
beef
comfort by consulting closely atmospheric indicatesis prepared from fresh 5.
in co-operation: they must organizeand much better than that shipped from .1 ag
The climate of Florida is unsurpassed conditions before decision.As fresh bones which are dried and cookedby very q

by any of the kind in the United States. a rule it is best to be on the right steam and then ground to an easily make laws and support measures for Northern factories, where they say it is
their own protection we can never succeed made of turnips colored and flavored.
What kind is it? Equable, warm and side of extra warm as against cold. We digested meal, mixed with other ground
in marketing our products profitably The trees do best for planted in the 0i
me
j moist similar in characteristics to Made-: of 1-6 to
are often astonished at the great risks grains or bran in the proportion

ria, Malaya and Algiers. "But I do not taken, most frequently by women, in the Ja of the whole.eagerly sought after by until some such measure is taken. hollow where orange trees will not grow,
The Florida producer must plant more and the loads of fruit they bear on culti-
wish a moist climate," you reply. "I way of[ being cool on warmish day. all of the feathered tribe. It containsthe

j need an equable, warm and dry climate." From woolen clothing they change to albuminoids: and carbohydratesfound grain and produce more food for home vated land are remarkable, besides the A WOMAN HAS '
consumption and buy less from the shade this affords for fowls beasts.
{ You are probably unaware then that the lawns in the middle of the day and at in the egg\ with a good percentageof or
North. Thousands of dollars are sent Hiss B., in our Rural Home.A very little desire to enjoy the pleasures of
; climate you describe .is unattainable; nightfall are forgetful of the change in mineral matter which go to form the aid .. entirely unfitted for the cares of kosekesplag
that there is no such climate have the temperature it As is good an out of the State every year for hay,grain or any ordinary d'uUes.If a.lct 4 with
you or regard not. a shell and this is why !it so egg BIG COURT COMING.
and that could just well be
( pork as
j projected in the camera of your imagination matter of health it is far better to pres- food. We all know the value of fresh pro- SICK HEADACHEDAY
l duced in the State if the would
,, : anywhere in the world, unless possibly pire moderately than risk even slight meat for fouls and the only reason why people Seven Murderers be Tried at the November -
decide to do it. Let raise Term of Circuit Court.
r once us our
in some mountain fortress of Central chilling. of it is not used is because of the AFTER DAY
more and and oats and and From The DeLand
:1 America. In order to have warmth and Everywhere on the surface of the earth Animal meal is the best substi- own corn hay rye Supplement: i .
price. lad yet there are tow diseases thai yield noraremvtiy
l barley and make our own pork, mutton The November term of circuit court
t evenness of temperature considerable atmospheric both in animal and vegetable life as we found and have tried to proper medle treatment. It thiraTar
have ever
; tute we and beef, and in a few years we would be promises to be the liveliest one ever held *.ttas utmost Importance that a r.lJ.
s ; moisture is absolutely necessary move _toward cold, we move toward nearly everything advertised in the meal remedy should always be at laud Dart..<< .
independent of the North almost in the county.
<,_ i So all being considered, if warmth lower forms of life, towards death, albeit line. While fresh meat contains 75 to en- ; period of more thaaSIXTY
tirely. There are portions of the State There are seven murderers confined in
and even temperature, blue skies and within certain limits, temporary cold beef 25 per
scraps
cent water,
80 per that all the fruits raised in the North jail awaiting trial and it :s likely that a YEARS
abundance of heavenly sunshine are desirable against which vigorous reaction occurs, animal meal carries less than 5
cent., could be and such as could not majority: of the qualified jurymen in the ..
grown Bars kas been ao butane reported where ss
for you, there is n'o place in the may be beneficial. But against continuous percent. When you buy this you do raise and will be summoned for .see kava sot keen peraaaeatl aid
apples peaches plums county duty duringthe
peas, ,
i United States and hardly any in the cold of a room or of a day the in- not have to pay freight on somethingthat PROMPTLY CUREDBY
such fruits could raise term.
figs pineapples
winter world where they are better combined valid will not react and even for the don't want. It is a concentratedfood oranges, ;jj1;;;
: you banana and tender vegetables. Of course the case attracting the most .
than in Florida. You should then, robust, though; he may endure it unnoticed and a little goes a good ways. In :
But it will tax all the papers and writersin attention is that of the Packwood mur-
E if coming here, consider details in relation it is an injury and may be the beginning feeding it you can lessen the grain very tk .... a sing*boT of the gt salB..aid Jastl.aatokrated :
i t Florida by constantly urging the peo- derers. There are three ot them, but it :
:
to the climate, learn peculiarities, and ; of a physical evasion through than give of iBRIE.
in bulk you
much more
ple on to accomplish this end before they is likely that there will be a special term
; : BO adjust yourself as to receive largely: of which the assaults of time will finally animal meal. It is a substitute for in- DR. C. McLANE'SLIVER
will come to a realization of the necessity.The of court held to dispose of this case.
; the benefits it has to bestow. break. and when
many
; fouls get on a range
sects that ; _. abuse of transportation lines and la addition to this Charles Simmons

: t The portion of Florida best adapted to To Giye Away. fowls are confined its an absolute necessity commission! houses the last year has who was convicted at the last term of ELBIIU HATCH. PILLS,

,I : Invalids-the peninsula part-is practically I to get the beet results. done much to help us on in this move- court and sentenced to be hung will be I which may be procured at aay drug store.or_u'
island and the characteristics .J wish I had something to giveaway," health and digestion and ment. H. J. M. PORTER.A ke mailed to say address oa the receipt of KeeauIB
an possessed It prorrotes given a new trial], as the supreme court HEART DISEASE 20 YEARS. postage staaips.rvrckaMn .
said dear little with
f of an island climate. It projects a woman a very an increased egg production follows. of these FlOs should be careful t..
has reversed the decision of the lower
Dr. JTUe Z dicta a..XOJuirt,Z d. tk in. article. Tker
large heart and a very contracted LOOK AT YOUR TONGUE procure are severs
': from the main land in a narrow strip purseto For fowls, moulting, it is a great assis- A will show whether court. Three other negroes are also Dana STBS: For 20 Tutll wu troubled with I aeuaterWU of the market. well caJoilatd udeceive. .
r about 100 miles wide for a distance of me. and to make young chicks strong and you heart disease. Would frequently have falling Tk rasaala Dr. ?. MeL...'. Celebrated
tant need Pierce's
niTou Dr. trial for murder.It I Pins
awaiting Liver
"Try flowers, said I; "a little can of ipella and smothering at night. Had to alt up or are staanfaetured oily ky
s 400 miles into the cauldron-like waters healthy I have found nothing to equalit. : Pleuant PeUet If it's must not be supposed that Yolusia out.of bed to breathe. Had pala in my left FLEMING BBOTHKBS CO.,
them, and you can be as generous as you [ furred or coated; if side and back most of the time; at laIC I became -
ry of the Gulf of Mexico. Around its horn We could produce testimonials by you've no appetite, and County is a blood-thirsty section, the dropsical. I wu very nervous: and nearly worn t tttslaeg. Pa.

I shaped extremity the warm gulf stream please. Perhaps one of your neighborshas the dozen from those who have used it have fr headache contrary is true, but during the past year oat. The least eidiement: would cause me toTHOUSANDSE
had to her "Wel- without the of railroads throughthe "
pincushion building
put on L with or dizziness, new
f sweeps and turns to northeast, across come, little stranger." Never mind if you in Florida.It [chilly sensations, and occasional county brought many strange and :
j the broad Atlantic. As compared with will start hens to lay where nothing nausea; if you vicious negroes within the jurisdiction of with flnttertng. For the lAtt fifteen years I could Artesian Wells
I do not know her well; you may be as- feel dulls drowsy, and not bleep on my leftside ot back until began taking
itself times our courts which accounts for the lengthy .
for
all other waters to the northward will and many ,
else
4 ocean sured she will flower. pay > greatly tired or debili- your >ew' II.... CMM. 1 had not taken It very
appreciate one
even alone to nothing about tated-that thatyou're criminal dockets. long until I felt much better,and I can now sleep
and to the far southward these gulf over in eggs say proves
I IRRICATINC PLANTS
discom
side back without the least
Again there may be crape on the door, biliOULThe on either or ,
i are quite boiling, sending forth the general health of the fowls. James All Is Grist to the Grinder. fort. I have no pain,smothering dropsy.no wind
t' 1.waters best in the .
sad hearts within;-cut your choicest things on stomach or other disagreeable symptoms. I am Waterworks and Sewers PlumMag aid Ifeehaavleal
c.:, i vapor continually. This causes a warm Rankin of Mass., the great duck raiser world for biliousness are these little "Pel- Flossie, (little daughter of newspaper able to do all my own housework without any Construction of alj kinds. Galvanized Iron
flowers-they have a language of their Water Tasks and erection of the..urm rtor
and lets. stimulate and powerfully trouble and consider myself cured.
;>: t moist air, a balmy air in which Florida own, and be more comforting than says he uses 10 to 12 tons annually invigorate They the gently liver. They're the smallest woman-oh) mamma, Mabel and I Elkhart, Ind.,11188.: UBS. KLXTBI HATCH.It Wind Mills a specialty. Writs for eet.ImateLFINICAL
may .
f of the large poultry farms There's disturbance have a lovely secret about our dolls. I'd is now four yean since have taken any
i; \; is nearly always immersed. It is this words of sympathy.Is nearly all and the easiest to take. no like tell medicine. Am In better health than I have been, A KING.Oranges .
to
,t.. has the diet,or occupation. One you, only-
to system
tons
it. Three be-
North I
honestly
and use in 40
t Itives the air delicious softness so East years.
,
b anything more lovely than sweet four tiny, gugar-coated Pellet at a dose is a perfect Her mother--Only what, Flossie? Here that Dr. ..* Jfew CURED
4)feratefal to the weary and worn, and it is been shipped to Florida, the last corrective and regulator.In Flossie-only I'm afraid yon'd writeit Heart Otre saved my life
f peas? They are made to give away, for and made woman I am now 02 yean
the increase.It
the myriad of fresh green branches of weeks and the demand is on up. of age. amble do a good days work.
the the
more pick more they come.
,.i pine trees through which the wind utters you is sold in sacks containing 100 chronic Catarrh in the Head where Kay r9th,1292._Ira ELIOBA, HATCH. t1tEa 'll 'fftt dlffilhco
Stand at the gate; and give; a bunch to has failed the rise's Remedy for Catarrh Is the
<>. monotone music, that impregnates it pounds for $2.50 per stick. every other would-be help :Beat,Easiest to tie and Cheapest.CATARRH. Sold on m Positive Guarantee.
the school children as they Instead proprietors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedywill
pas
I i4 ;; with aromatic resinous adore. rude. E. W. AMSDEN give 1500 if they can't effect a perfect 0...M I LES1 PI LLS.GO Dos Es25Cn.
of the "Get
saying to strange, boy:
Ormond Tla. and permanent cure. By its mild, soothing,
Over us bends a sky of Italian blue and'I. off that fencel"! or "Don't swing on my cleansing,and healing properties,this remedy i Sold by Druggists or sent by man.EOc. Sold By Druggists; Everywhere.- ,

., golden sunlight glitters on bud, leaf and gate!*' give him a flower, or perhaps a A Soft Answer &c. will cure the very worst cases. I E. T.HajelUue, Warren.Pa.

f it' ,flower. Occasionally mountain-like macs rooted slip. This little kindness may save "You're no gentleman!1" exclaimedan .

;r 'eg. of downy white clouds cross the sky you a very choice plant or a chance to angry man in a Broadway car recently -

( t ,toward the north, beautiful irregularity taste your own rare fruit. to another man who had jostled Wanted for Europe.

: l} of outline to be condensed and black- Why not have a "give away bed?" him and forgotten to apoligize.

: "You're no lady," said the rude man, :
:;mountingo: Geraniums, petunias, ageratums slip so

! "" I easily, you wouldn't miss a dozen or two. coolly."I 4

',:e Kentucky and finally lost over the plains I As for seeds, they should net be kept any said you were no gentleman," said Londonyear offers an unusually good market for EARLY ORANGES, and those wishing to try the European market -

r ,. :'ihiO: Indiana and Illinois. more than money. Better exchange, forit's the first speaker, scornfully. this and have fruit shipped via New York, should write at once for full particulars as to when to ship, how to

f turn and look at the lines of fanny, but true, plants like a new "And I said! you were no lady, replied ,

i In the picture. Earth not heaven place. Haven't you noticed your petunias the original offender." :ship and how remittance will be made. Address

; /$5f ;Florida perfect. Foralmost every and asters from their own seed are "You're impertinent." Limited
"No I'm accurate. & COMPANY
i ?'. rd that sweeps over St. LouU, St. not as nice, but give them to the woman Then, the other passengers smiled and CAMPION GOODSELL ,

t ;.Pa1aJ. Chicago and New York, th&reiaa around the corner, and in her yard they the angry man first looked and then all .rykrpcyKr.J.

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BMOFORD COUNTY [ I I LEGAL NOTICES.wwwwwww. / '
1EIEGRAPH

ADDITIONALLOCAL.. ONE CENT 1ST. J. JONEStJ Notice of Attachment. HODGES & ALVAREZ

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT 0TICE is hereby given to"A. W. Nichols and 7.v

ETA -KE, BRADFORD COUNTY.LORIDA.C. Advertise in our One-Ccnt-a-Word- -\Vrl'H: HIS- .k ? all other persona Interested that the White -- DEALERS IN--, .

$. MATTHEWS. *f *, FAEMKB. Column." AJKORl Sewing Machine Company a corporation, has '
i II commenced a suit against A. W. Nichols in the
& -w Q J@ At least 2,500 people read the TELE- ......,.".--- I Circuit Court for Bradford county, Florida, by Goods
Editors I Advertisements inserted In this column At on* Dry
and Publishers. Mammoth StockLEADS the
attaching of
: GRAPH weekly. cent per word etch insertion. property said Nichols situated .
in said county for the purpose of collecting the
'
: SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A;. YEAR. sum of one hundred and forty four dollars due
Mrs. J. Charles Richard has returned Garden Seeds of all kinds In
I:: home from Green Cove FRESH btarke: Drug Co. to the A.White W. Nichols Sewing Machine Company fromsaid Boots shoes
Entered in the Poitofflce at Steajce, J7o., a* Springs. THE TRADE !- and (he said A. W. Nichols
and all other
second clot matte persons interested are notified to ,
:. .Aft certain young lady in' this city hug [?OU fresh Cedar. Key oysters go to appear to said action on Monday. November 6th, -
1893. THE
Li 3Iettcham8. WBITK SKWISO MACHIXB: Co.
", Starke, Fla., Oct. 27*, 1893. thrashing laid up for tbe city editor of Aug ..t..ov.6-1-It.

; the Gainesville Sun. TEACHERS need the new Craig QuestIOn Notice of Attachment. and Hats.
GOOD WORK: J_ Book. Enquire at Morgan's. My stock is now complete in every
I' NOTICE is hereby given to George W. Hippie
In the county judge's court Monday doing business under the name of
HHAMPA SMOKERS-finest cigars in department. Bought for the hard
Gee W. -HEADQUARTERS Fon--'-
HippIe& Co..
That and all other Interested
the last of the persons
session
legislature Andrew
morning, Green was arraigned J town-at 310rW'u's.ORDERS that H. C. Wimberly has commenced a

did some good a-oti js now on a charge larceny. He was acquitted.The cash direct from the manufacturers suit against George W. Hippie lately doing
for Anything in our line filled business ar George W. Hippie & Co., in the
very apparent. It's to act County Judge's Court of Bradford County \ '
r- failure mayor had some Knights of the Correspondences elicited. and foreign importers. Florida, by attaching the property of tbe said GENT\S FURNISHINGS !
Morgan Bros., tarke', Fla.
z favorably uome measures caused George W. Hippie, lately doing business as
green cloth' before him Tuesday, but Such choice and bargainsand George W. Hippie& Co., for the purpose of collecting
f r: critics to deal rather *e\ purely with I failed to find sufficient evidence to WANTED-An energetic honorable tasty ninety nine dollars and ninety-two .
'"' cents due
.. solicit H. C Wimberly from the said George
it immediately after : convict. subscriptions: and so much value for the W. Hippie lately doing business Call Street
; adjournment, __ '\ do collecting. Liberal commissions! to the money Hippie & Co. and the said GC'V.as George. Hippie W. ,

: but now that some of the -new, laws Mr. F. J. Fields shipped nine boxes of right party. Addiess the TELEGRAPH. have never been offered in this market and aU other persons interested are notified toappear
to said action
: are in effect i l& may readity be seen oranges to Philadelphia Wednesday. Sta rke. Fla. Cth, 1893. on H.Monday.C. WIMBKBLY November STARKE; FLORIDA.-

4 that a great saving to ttoe people They were of a common Florida variety Those Wondefrful Giants In Town!! or elsewhere. Sept. 29-5t Plaintiff. -

and were nearly ripij. Sheriff's Sale.
will resn t. : If you wish to see them call on Starke

:: 'Hie;;- new jury law is\\ going to Mr. E. B. Buzhardt representing the Drug Company and ask for Beggs' Little UNDER and 23d.by 1893 virtue, issued of an out execution of the Circuit dated

: reduce court expenses w derfuJJy. Da Costa Printing Company of Jacksonville Giant Pills. Every bottle guaranteed.Soap Court Florida,Fourth Bradford Judicial county Circuit in a of certain the State cause of Please stop my ad. for two weeks.c c

was soliciting orders for his house is made from cotton seed oil. therein Demling, wherein Jacob H. Truby, S. J.
The new law provides that jurymen I Ste rnburg and F. Stroug, merchants and partners
r.'. in this city Tuesday and Wednesday. "I consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy DRESS GOODS. Joint business under the firm name and Have work than
:
shall receive more I do
.. pay for actual l service a specific for croup. It is very pleasant and style the of Truby Florida, Sternburg& Co., were plaintiffs, can at
Orange Company, limited
,
only. Where they are Summoned I For beauty and quality our line of to take which is one of the most corporation under the laws of the State of a i

!: and dress trimmings takes the lead. No lady important requisites where a cough remedy Pennsylvania, were defendants 1 have levied present.
rejected they receiv mileage Dress Goods .
,, is needed for use children. I I My Department deserves upon and will sell before the court house door .
should make in this line before among! in i the town of Starke in SAid
a purchase countyon the first
I but do not get the $2 pet diem allowed ; have known of cases of croup w here I know Monday in November, l-93( the same being the JOSEPH ECKERT
j; by the old law. i iTo I seeing: what we have to offer. J. G. the life of a little one was saved by tbe special notice this season. Btt day of said month and a legal sale day. durIng ,
; the I legal hours of sale that
Alvarez.If use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. on day, the fol
t the man who summoned from lowing named property, lo-wit: Two mules, Proprietor of National Bakery.
J J. LaGrange, Druggist Avoca Neb.
Black Serge and Henriettas 48 one mowing machine, one horse hay rake. three
.,. a distant part of the county< and; l you have anything foi sale, or wish I 50 cent bottles for sale by Starke Drug; plows one Disk harrow, two spades six hoes,

to buy anything or Rant a clerk. a cook,, Compnny.I _ inches from one grind-stone, one cutting box.four sets plow
; after examination is rpje ted only 50c. to 81.10 per yard. harness, two Acme Harrows, one shovel Said
a wife or the earth just say so in owneCcntaWord I New York has 7.800 liquor bars. cash.property sold to satisfy said execution. Terms ::i iiii
:
; receiving mileage this I law seems : E. E.JOHKS,
t I "

p I rather hard, but when it 5s viewed I you'O want will be forthcoming.Column. Whatever The World's Fair All-wool Cashmeres at 50c. peryard. Oct. 6-5t Sheriff Bradford County.Sheriff's For F Goods Gents''
FurnishingsAND 11
# in all of its Are those who use Beggs' Blood Purifier Sale. Dry
phases we: see
may
.
Messrs. It. purifies the blood, makes the skin clear TTNDER and by virtue of an execution dated .
that it works like a charm for thegreat Percy Wall Chns. McIntyre. and the compltction beautiful. Try a U June Is, 1893! issued out of the Circuit
Samuel Moore and Joseph Reither. four r bottle and note its wonderful effects. Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit of the Stat of I
body of I Broadcloth for ladies' dresses t orid Bradford in -
tax-payers. \ : tth county a certain cause
.
of Green Cove's handsome young bloods,, Sold and guaranteed by Starke Drug Com erein pe"-ding. wherein Thomas V. Porter was

A caseobservation coming u&der our came over Sunday to capture the hearts of r pany. _ inches, at 1.00 per yard. plaintiff levied and and Levi! Johns was defendant, 1 have
will
upon sell before the court house GENERAL MERCHANDISE
during the ;fall term some of Starke's fascinating belles. The German Navy employs 20,000 men. door in the town of Starke, in said county. on f
the< first Monday in November, 1893, the same
of court rccenly held in I: this city Wash Fabricks (Simpson's) best being the sixth day of said month and alrgal
The TELEGRAPH is growing in popu A Leader. sale day, during the legal hours of sale on that -CALL OXAT -
shows the beneficent workings of New Since its first introduction Electric day, the following pieit s.parcels or lots of land
laiity. subscriptions are coming in m ade. situate and in the ___
being county of Bradford and
the law. and Bitters has gained rapidly in popular State of Florida described as follows The
daily every week adds some new favor until now it Is clearly in the leadamong : :
K't south half of the northwest quarter of the southWest R.'gwe
A citizen who resides nine milesfrom names to our list of advertising patrons pure medicinal tonics and alters Dressmakers should line of quarter and the north half of the southwest @ 1
which see my quarter of the southwest quarter, section .
town was summoned as a juror. The circulation of theTELEGUAPn is making t1vei-t'OntaininK: nothing permits nineteen south __
its use a<"* a beverage or intoxicant, it is township seven range twenty-
;1' lie was disqualified, and only received I rapid strides toward the lOOClh mark recognized aa the best and purest medicIne I Dress Linings, Canvass and Dresstays southeast two east, 'containing uarter of the forty southeast acres; and quarter also andthe the -

m for all ailments stomach, liver and I east half of the southwest quarter of the
ninety cents for his trip, to town i Judge Itob't. Keith received very painful kidneys. It will cure sick headache indigestion Dress Buttons, Etc. I am southeast quarter, section twenty-tour, township .

five cents a mile being allowed. by l bruises about the body last Friday from the, constipation system. ,Satisfaction and drive malaria guaranteed proud of these nice goods and am : seven sixty south acres.aid range: tW lands!nty-one sold east to satisfy containing THE RED STORE ON THE CORNER.

:: / the neo.law.. On the same venire .' He had started to mount. a horse and a S with each bottle or tbe money for said: titles.execution. Terms cash, purchaser E. E. JOHNS paying, '

twenty-nine other men 'ere sum he placed his foot in the saddle stirrup will be refunded. Price only 50 cants i a pleased to show them. Oct. 6.-5t Sheriff Bradford County Steam.Cooked Cow Feed a Specialty.
the bottle sold by Starke Drug Co., and 1 J. .
animal became
frightened and making
** moned, who were at thetine} in town. ; A. King, Lake Butler. 2 SlicrilFs Sale.

t' They were likewise rejecteil. So you the ground.a sudden jump. threw the judge to Bread is made from se!. water. Colored Dress Goods, Mourning UNDER and the by office virtue of the of an Clerk execution of the Circuit issued MORGAN *: BROS 2

_
_
_
(. fee in this one instance the sum of Court of Bradford county, Florida, on the 26thday ,
Other "flours" bloom Dr. P. A. Skinner of Texarkana, Arkansas Dress Goods, Wash Dress Fabricks I, of June, A. D. 189: under a judgment rendered P. 0.
158 was saved to the stat While may in the spring is an enthusiast in the praise of on the 9th day of August A. I). 1892! in acause ( Building, Starke Fla.)

: and droop ant die in tbe fall..., but "SweetHome" Chamberlain's Pain Balm. lIe used i it Blankets and Flannels.Ladieli' then lately pending therein
;.. it seemed hard
on the gentleman wherein J R. Sloan was plaintiffand NEWS DEALERS SUBSCRIPTION
holds its rwn. It's reputation is for; rheumatism. and says: "I found it to Lewis Clemons and E. B Barrywere AG'TS
:f' who rode eighteen miles]; and only V established with all good housekeepers be a most excellent/ local remedy." Forsale defendants I have levied upon and will sell -AND- ,
by Siarke Drug Company. Custom Made Union Suits before the court house door n the town of I
received ninety cents there was avery There is uo flour superior to "Sweet Starke, in said county on the first Monday in I

r neat little saving to tbe H ome." and that is our reason for handling New York has a woman cobbler. at 125. sa November and 1893.a the legal same sale day being during the 6th the day legal Cld.inonth Wholesale and Retail stationers.

:. it. Hciberger& Richard. hours of sale on that day, the following piece,
And that i ift
c- tax-payers. precisely Bucklen's Arnica Salve. parcel or lot of land, situate and being fn the

what the law should do. j The laws Rev. S C. Fans is delivering The besfsalve: in the world for cuts I Thomson's Glove-Fitting Corsets. ;. county of as Bradford follows: and The State northwest of Florida quarter. described of -DEALERS IN-

g? fbould\ not be constructed in a instructing and interesting series a of very lectures sores bruises, Letter, sores., chapped ulcers, hand salt rneum chilblains, (ever, Ladies Kid Gloves. the south southeast ran e quarter nineteen section east; northeast thirty. townshipSix quarterof Musical\ Instruments and MerchandiseVall Paper Novelties, Etc. .

: manner that will permit of the on the "Life and Labors of Paul" corn, and all skin eruptions, and positively quarter the of southwest the northwest Quarter quarter and the of the northeast southwest Pictures Framed to Order. Full line School Books and Supplies. i3gal '

O courts being prostituted i into moneymaking .at the. Presbyterian church in this cityTbe is guaranteed cures piles to give or no perfect pay required.satisfaction It _S_ range quarter nineteen! section east; thirty the northwest, township quarter six south ofthe _Blanks. Orders for Printing received. Christmas Woods in Season.

machines few lectures arc delivered Wednesday; or money refunded. Price 25 cents perbox. northwest quarter. section two, township 4J
fork
a For sale by Starke Drug Co. andJohn six south range twenty-two east containing one J 'i;
{
..
7:30
evenings at o'clock. A invitation ..
cordial ,
.. is called >
Special attention *
to -- .
pt individuals at the of the A. King Lake Butler. my hundred and thirty acres, more or less. Said {
expense to attend them Is extended to all. lands sold to satisfy said execution. Terms .. -"-
whole : cash, purchaser paying for title.
people. stock ofGENTS1
Coal
costs $12 a ton in London.A .
Ii E. E. JOHNS,
t We are reliably informed that the A petition was circulated by City Clerk Puzzle Oct 6-St Sheriff Bradford County. BRADFORD COUNTY. HIGH SCHOOL.

I books in the state comptroller'soffice } Joiner Tuesday asking the council to take To many ladies is how to keep tlu-ir AND BOYS'FURNISUINO Sheriff's Sale.

charge of the well in front of stark hair in curl
on rainy'da The solution:
show a handsome aving for GOODS I UNDER and by virtue of an execution issued
Drug Company's store and place it I in is easy. Ask'Starke Drug Company for: 9th day September, A. D., 189:),
month since the of Hair from the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
every approval Nonpareil Curler and the puzzle :
good condition. The city dads should will be solved. Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Ties Under.wear : Bradford county, Florida from a decree rendered Fall Term Opens Monday Sept. 11 I Ith 1893 and Con
the laws ,
I that affect that dartmeis. t. grant the prayer, as this is the only publicwell < on the 31st day of August Bradford A. D., 1893 ,
In the circuit of the said
court
county
; The Tallahassee Floridian was in the city that affords good drinking Chicago 'ias 20-story building Fine Shoes and Half Hose. in a cause lately pending therein tinues 15 I Weeks.
wherein W. H. Wynn was complainant and
disposed to be hard on the.Iegislatnreshortly water. _ The following parties have Dr. Powell R. R.Wynn et al were defendants, I have levied j1

after adjournment: but we; An apparition under a "stove pipe" hat" Never Fail Cure for sale Every bottle is I have the nicest line of Gent upon the and town will of sell Starke:: before, county the court of Bradford house doorin on Spring Term Opens Jan. 1st, 1894, and Continues 24

warranted : J. L. Gaskins, Sterke Drug the first Monday in November A. D. 1803) the] -
find tbe following paragraph. in a frightened some of the church-goers Sunday Company, Starke ; G. S. Roach &; Co.. and Boys' same being the 6th day of said month and a 1 Weeks. -

:: late issue of that paper: night. Some were inclined to the II. C. Parker & Bro., New River ; G. S. sale legal on sale that day,day during a one the sixth legal interest hours of in

. After all the belief that Barnumn's "What is It" )had I Young, Hampton ; T. R. Sweat, Sinker- the following piece, parcel or lot of land, i
lambasting, town ; Harvey Jarrett. Lakeside ; R. W.1 situate and being in the county of Bradford FACULTY.LITERART .
bullyragging, and plain:: "cussing" made another appearance. but a reporterof Jones, LaCrosse ; Luke Drawcdey: PinHill BLACK SUITS and State of Florida, described as follows.:

bestowed upon the' last 'legislaturethat the TELEGRAPH ran the thing down h ; Henry Driggers, Wnrthington! The northeast three acres quarter and seven o' northeast acres in quarter.northeast except -W. W. McDonald.JPriu, ; John D. Alderman. Helen

h. body is going to how more: and found It to be another one of Hoffman G. Mizell N. L Blair Blair P. 0. ; R.1 corner of southeast quarter of northeast quarter Fuiris, Irene 31cDo"nakL

fish its than Bro's advertising schemed L. Jones Tcrpentine Camp ; John A For the least money, ever offered i in of section ten, township seven south range Altaic-To be Elected. ,
on string any of its i Lake Butler twenty-one east, containing forty-four acrers, .
King. ; S J. Prescott Sampson more or less. Said lands levied on as propertyof
.. .predecessors for many a weary We ; C. H. Houghton, Middleburg; this market. John L. Wyun and sold to satisfy said: SUOU1'U.ND. TYPEWRITING, ETc.-To L Elected.
year, and as soon as the Patent flour. It. is the flour in ,: ti .'. E. E. JOHNS, 1
only the Fort white EXPENSES
al! in from the precincts which: < ; Henry &; Wilson. Drew ; Oct 6 Stiff Sher Bradford County.
':: require six months or a year to bear world that is milled under the patents of h High Springs Medicine Co., High Springs :._

from there arc strong hopes of a the new French ice-eold steel role,.,. No Electric plowing gives satisfaction. Charter( Notice. Board in good families. $10 per month. Tuition in Literary Department -

:- reversal of At all hot rollers or burs to kiJ!) the strength of : NOTICE is hereby given that application will from $1.50 to $3 50 per mouth.
public opinion. GROCERIES. to His Excellency, the Governor : Tuition to students iu Bradford County for tbe Spring Term
L events it will pay a gooi democratto the fljur, like every other mill in the A New Joke : of Florida on Thursday. the 2d day of November frec. i
world. This On the liver. When it is out of order A. D. 1893, for Letters Patei t incorporating 'C.-
be careful lest he do or say: with the price 25 to 30 cents and feels blue. few doses the Starke Orange Company, in pursuance and t Tuition in other departments will be reasonable. -
: barrel less tm.n try a of 'Beggs'Llllle on the terms of the following charter .
inferior proposed
0ometbiiig for which he will be sorr per goods. we
Giant Pills. Your liver will My Stock of Groceries is of the namely:
yn.
The fruit is now beginning to iip assure you a trial will bring satisfaction.For j appreciate the joke. So will you. For 'To' His Excellency Henry L.Mitchell Governorof .) 1..

sale only by Hoffman Bros. sale by Starke Drug Company. very best. I deal only in the best i of Florida. Starke
HAD the opposing factions of the SIR: In compliance with Section 2123 of Article is High and dry. and the healthiest town in the State.:
Fine mich Paris is the richest municipality. everything. Pure Lard and Buttera 2, Chapter 2,Title 3.of the Revised Statutes
Cowi. '
senate continued their ttst of physical of Florida, the undersigned having associated
Mr. J. C. Richard of the firm of Hei ""SlIver threads the themselves together, and desiring to be Inc Correspondence So1clte& Call on 0 write
among gold,
; endurance it is highly! probablethat specialty. Strictly No. 1 Meat> p unrated and that letters patent may be U<"uedio
bergvr & Richard returned Thursday Are a sign that your hair needs invigorating. t them and to their successors according to law,
;4T Stewart would have but-winded from Beggs': Hair Renewer promotes Flour do hereby certify: w. MCDONALD, Priu. ,.
Georgia, bringing with him twelve Grits and Meal.
1. The name of the proposed corporation i is
the whole : a healthy growth of hair, prevents its fall- 1
layout. head uf fine graded Jersey milch STARK ORANGE: COMPANY. Trustees.
cows. i
ngoutorturninn'gray. :Sold:) and guaranteed I do not deal in trash of 2. The principal omce or place of business 1"r. -
BRADFORD COUNTY ist:en joying a These are as good milkers as have ever by Starke Drug Company. any county of said company Florida. will be in Starke, Bradford : : -

general wave of prosperity. been brought to Btarkc.: and are for sale New York real estate is valued at. $1 1,. kind. Highest guarantee placed oneverything 3. The general nature of the business to be
at from $25 to $50 each. For particularsnail transacted by the proposed corporation is I the 'v'
-- ; 520,582.393. I sell. growing, producing, acquiring and selling of oranges &
? on ileiburger &; Richard. lemons :rape-fruit,persimrcons: peaches.
TEAChERS, A'l'"l'(< NTION. ----- p ears and other fruits, and for that to
purpose Relieres all forgoes*of the mucous membniM **
The
Great
r Perhaps some of our leaders would like Southern Remedy. purchase. It ase, hold and acquire "ucb plantations cnmGONORRHCEA and GLEET I to$day*.Moothet
: )'IJabu. of Bradfordroi!ntr Teach to know in what respect Chamberlain's People should not l-e deceived into pay COFFEES. groves and real and personal property in treatment necessary. Nemcanse* saictenof
tr'I A."oelalloat. r hug money for trashy mixtures Bradford county. Florida, and elsewhere as learejmny lu atfet d 1'SoU
Cough Remedy Is better than any othi.'. gotten may be necessary aud convenient for said bus
I 10 Is 11 o'ckck it. m.-Reading: Methods We will tell you. When ibis Remedy is to sell. Botanic Blood Balm. (B. B I R) ness. and at pleasure to mortgage, sell ani convey KtH BLOOD BALM CO.,Prt'i, Attarta.C
taken as soon as a cold has been con which: has been made in Atlanta for the Try my blended Coffee (Java ai ndto the same.
in intermediate \\oik-i-Mrs. J. J. 4. The amount of the stock "
capital of said
tract*ed, and before it has become settled past fifteen years nuver fails to give satisfaction Sale.
is fixed !
at ten thousand Sale.
dollars
company ($10,000)
Jones; alternates It. T. Dueling< r.nl1l1.C. in the system it will counteract the effect as a superior building up tonic and Mocha), roasted. Nothing better l and is to be divided Into one hundred (lOll)- Iaster'l
: Pceples. I of the cold and greatly lessen it's severity'' blood purifiier. It is made from the prescription F hares of the par value of one hundred ($1UO and decree eotered of foreclos in and UNDER and by virtue of a decree of the ''.
R. M. Call, of
Judge the
dollars each. and said '
jr of capital stock is to be ;
if not effectually cure tbe cold in an eminent physician. The be bad at price. paid State of Florida in Court of Crt
11 the 4th
to 12-o'clock a. m.-Arithmetic: (a) two any for In cash-ten per centum ((106)) at the tiine of I Judicial Circuit of lX
days' time, nnd it is the only remedy that bottle is large and the dose small See the execution of this instrument, and the balI I and for Bradford county, in a certain cause and for Bradford county, in chancery slttJ '
Primary. When and Low to (jeach-Misses their in chancery therein pending,wherein K. B. Drew made and
advertisements rendered
at
do and that which in the
will this. It acts in perfect harmony buy ance as fast as called in by the board.of direc I is chamber
and
: complainant S.
Helen Fans and Annie Coue.; (b) Properties with nature and aids nature in relieving I is thoroughly endorsed by thousands of I have in stock 2,500 Ibs. green tors.5. The term for which said I. Wynns, his wife, are Joseph defendants Wyons, I will and sell Sarah to August Jacksonville, A. D.in 1893 said, in a certain on 30th in day said or '11

I of Numbers-F. L. Colsou; alt<;:r. the lungs. opening the secretions, lique grateful patients whom it. bas curc A exist is fifty (50) years. corporation is to the highest bidder for c in front of the cou.t court pending wherein C. B. cau al are
._ __ trial bottle will test its merits. Rio Coffee and not bad house door in the of Starke, in said and Coiner L. Peek and wife
; -- nates Miss Eula liters and JB. L Manus.i fying tbe mucus and causing its expulsion a grain in 6. The business of said corporation is to be county on the first Monday In November. comllainant are \
and
conducted by a board of fle [f5J) directors, and 18 defendans. appointive empowering me
from the air a
cells of the
I (c) Analytic method T. B. Jlartig; alternate restoring the system to the a strong lungs and and The Manchester Ship Canal cost $i 0- the whole lot, at the same price you by such a President subordinate, a Secretary officers as and the a board Treasurer of direc-,and legal some sale being day, during the 6th the day legal of said hours month of sale on will special sell master in front in of chancery the front for door such of purp.l "4

J. O. Kellum. healthy condition. No other remedy in 000000. _ tors may from time to time appoint. The directors of that land day, all the following piece parcl or tact house at Starke in said county and state on t -
;. 1:30 to 230 m.-U.\ 8. the market these remarkableproperties. : pay for inferior and trashy goods shall be elected by the stock holders on tbe of stute., lying of and being the first Monday of October.A. D. 1SC3. the
p. History: possesses Florida end described
A. B. C. first Tuesday in January in each year and the Stat as I being the JJd day of said month and a legal Pale -i
:: First year's work-Mr. Ilobjs; alternate No other will cure a cold so Asthma, Bronchitis, and directors so elected shall at their first meeting folowsommencing at northeat corner day. within the legal hours of sale to the higliebt t
quickly or leave the system in as sound a Consumptionreoull elsewhere. elect one of their number president. and shall : strt cr ("ame not and best bidder lor cash the following desrb :s
ilrs. Col on. Second year work-J. D. condition. For sale by Starke Drug Co. from a neglected cough or co Id. elect a secretary and a treasurer who mayor known), and running two hundred andseTenty.four real estate belonging to the .
: Alderman alternate A. S. Turk. Don't neglect but cure promptly with. may not be directors. (274) feet to a ditch. Ihence south All that certain piece, parcel or tract of land ;;
the
; said
: Guaranteed Cure. I few doses of Bergs' Cherry 9'V. 7. The names of the officers who are to con along ditch two hundred twe&ty.five lying and being in the county of Bradford and '
2:30 to 3:30 p. m Grading in county Sold Siarke Cough Syrup. 1.44IY. du.t the business of said corporation until those (225) feet. thence et two hundred and state of Florida known and described on t ;
\Ve authorize our advertised druggist; by Drug Company. elected at the first election' eball be qualified, fevenly-four (274) feet stake on northwest public records of said county as the south. .
schools: (a) Why nectssaryi-Supt. T. to sell Dr. King's New Discovery (or are: E. Strong, R. W. Porterfield, J. W. Rowland side north of the street (name not know thence quarter (sw JO of the northeast quarter (nefci j'
; Dekle; alternate W, W.' McDonald. (J.b') Consumption, Coughs and Colds upon Chamberlain' Eye and Skin Olntmeat. Pure, uncolored Teas-the best O. T. Spettigue and H. B Sheldon, Direc- hundred along and the twenty-five west side(225)of feet street two of section five (section 5), Township seven
to the
r and E. place (tp 7) south of eat_ BI
this condition. If vou are afflicted witha tors; strong President; J. W. Rowland, of range twenty-two (* .
: : How practicable. Miss Ellcn'Davis.; Treasurer and H..R. Sheldon, beginning; being a fractional part or the {forty acres more or .
containing
Secret4ry. ;
cough, cold or any Lung, Throat or A certain cure for Chronic Sore Ev,es. that can bo found in Japan-75c. 8. The highest amouut of indebtedness or northwet quarter of thn southwet quarter of chafer will be required to pay le8. making Tbe ofai ," :
830: to 4 p. m. -Business iJcssioa. Chest trouble, and will use this remedy Tetter. St.ll llheum. Scald Head. Old liability to which the corporation can at any twenty-eight (28) township six (6) title. J. te. ,<;.' ..

Adjournment. { a*. directed,giving it a fair trial, and experience Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, it per lb. I also have cheaper Tea. time subject itself is fixed at five thousand to south contain of range about twenty-two one acre (2i and east,situated supposed in Starke The Fla., Aug. 31. 189 .F Jater. "
above sale has
dollars.
: Let'cry teacher iu the county hi nl bottle and no have bedell, you may return the Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples e ch.md l$5.0.01 9. Th3] names and residences of the sub- the town of Starke.' bing cash, purchaser day, tho Cth day of November.postponed unti same on
your money refunded. ,Piles. It is cooling and scribers the paring for title. JAMES. T. ILLS. being the first Monday In said 18
Hun to
: Hampton on We could soothing _ capital Stock of said company
a9th
Saturday. November 11, not make this offer did we not dreds of cases have been cured by it after are: Sept 1893 5t Special flaster.Master's J. L. FRJIZKK. Special Master.

?.r whether his or her name Uppers! on the could know be that relied Dr.on.King's It never New disappoints.Discovery all other treatment had failed. 25 centsper NAMES.. RESIDENCES. NO. SHARES.E. Sale. Notice.

program or not. Let us rjake this the box. For sale by the Starke Strong, Saegortown, Pa., S3 '
4 Trial bottles free at Starke Drug NDER
and
C J.'Sike by virtue of
... Drug a decree of foreclosure -
R. W. Porterfield, Oil City Pa., 32 U
MONTHS after date I
most succssful school ; known drug store and John A. King Li i Company. and sale duly made and entered SIX will present my ac-
year c-rer In COME AND SEEMe. J. W. Rowland, Cambridge,Pa., 32 July ITth and vouchers to the Hon. Wni. F.
the county. Remember, "m union there lluU"r. lArge size 50cand $1. 2 O. T. Spettteue, Oil City, Pa., 2 the State,of 1693.Florida in and and by the for Bradford Circuit Court of Malphurs, county Judge in and for the county
county
H. R. Sheldon, Oil City, Pa 2 of Bradford and State of
Final Proof in a certain cause in therein 10rlda&administrator -
Notice. pending,
is strength The day of thfe chancer
ti, professional Telling the Truth. wherein S. P. Crews and J. L, for the estate of Summen deceased,
Total complainant
teacher is fast approaching, let not It common that LAS Omcs AT QAIKESYILLE, FLA., 100 Edwards Lula Ms wile, are de for final settlement and ask dib
us
saying newspapers October M. 1893. F I can save you (big) money.I ,. 10. Ten per centum of the authorized capital fendants.ant cell Ewar. bidder for from said administration. R. W "_
'", "- ..,. bring up the rear of the Pro! Siion. Per. lie, but when an editor writes a thing NOTICE is hereby given that the following stock has been paid in cash to J. W. Rowland cash in wil she court house door in the June 2, Cm Administrator.
: sons on the program havebccn; notified and puts his name to it you may be ure settler has filed notice of his inten mean what I say. Haven't the, theTrea-urerof said company at an before the town of Starke In the said county on the firi-t
* : be u telling the truth. Read this "We tion to make final proof in support of his claim execution of these articles of incorporation. Monday in November, 1893, the same being the Notice.
;
: :e- : 1' by postal card and it is to 1 be hoped that have"never before said word and that said proof will be made before W. T E. STRONG, SEAL. 6th day of said month and a legal sale day. durii -
one in favorof
., all will be prepared. The above medicine: Weeks Clerk Circuit Court, at Starke. Fla.,:, on time nor space to enumerate my J.W.ROWLAND R. W. PORTERFIELD, SEAL. g the legal hours of sale on that day.all that SIX: month after date I Ihal ipplr to the
; patent advertisement ,
program any in Dec.12,1893viz: SEAL: certain lot and parcel of land lying and being I ii Judge of countywor
4. was made by the executive, committee our columns, but having given Simmons Homer" Kite of Lake Butler Fla. Hd. 20681; stock, but can show it to you. O.H.T.R.SPETTIGUE SHELDON. SEAL the State town of Lake Butler in Brfor county. final discharge as executor of the e"tak of a
SEAL of Florida
If.., and has the endorsement IIf iSupt.. Deklc.Yourpin not liefcitntn Liver Regulator a fair trial we do I forthesXof8wKSec.2e.Tp.58.He names the following witnesses to prove E. his At which time all persons interested may at- plat of said town, and and recorded in the map Public or: John Mathlws, deceased discharge of late said of BradfOd
t<> Hint for tend. E. fnal
,
STRONG
est
Kny Dysjvpsi.innd
It. h-s wnrk ; continuous residence upon ani cultivation I i of Recor of said county of Bradford and known ROLAND .
!t goneml <] ,l>iliiy it r.aullnl he ttxr'clI.'t1.FmoD ." aul !..Jull.'iz: R. W. PORTERFIELD. twenty-seven (27) and twenty-eight (28j 1893.
Executor.
W. W. McDoi.Aj! Prea.. M. Cnnjw: tditor News," I iu-ii- Tr-ni." M. b'vrd. J4CuJ"U1.! -S, WilliHm'WTiite< N. J. J. W. ROWLAND, in block eight (8).containing two ((2))acres. more Septemb 2
Bradford. County Tcadiers Ass'n. ton, Ohio. 11..1.. t ni'innel AmlKfUs. :.lI.f Ijfc' Hut pro Fla. JONES U T s-rrncun. or Il! Terms ea2h :, pi"rr hr titles.
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1017. I )I. rL..Ii.I4t'; : '
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