Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/00337
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 1893
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00337
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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IF:. STARKE WHOLESALE DRUG AND RETAIL-- CO..' Wanamake-r ,' .1 -P. p; p.-- :

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Our Stock Is the Pnrest. and Best. Our Prices the Lowest. I '.:- .
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Our stock of I.-. ,
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. beautiful and Leading Glot&iers.}
complete. Can r : Shoes and Hats. Hardware and Tinware; C7

:, please the most fastidious. Satisfaction ..r Harness and Saddles Groceries and Provisions, 2: THE UP-TO-DATE STORE .

;k guaranteed. The ladies invited a., Trunks and Valises, Flour and Feed, == .

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.fyT 3: Furniture and Bedding, Coffins and Funeral. Goods.

; 1-,: CALL EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH .= A thoroughly modern metropolitan Clothing, Dry Goo l l.-, Shoe and

",-- '" 6 Grocery establishment, where merchandise of a strictly! reliable! character
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people can buy.

l'. .. THE LARGEST LINE James Mean's Warranted Shoes. i if 'OVERCOATS, MEN'S WEAR, '

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f 1: Dress Goods Ever Offered!! in this'. Market .. TROUSERS,

CONSISTING OF : High grade, low priced-"Sweet::) Home" Sweet Home flour-takes the prize with: I Institute Pro eedl &". .

.It Fa ; '. ,Arraure Fa lte. Gros-Grain and Satin Duchess flour. ; nli; good housekeepers who try it. IIci- The Teachers' Association, of Bradford
!! Silks, Eldorado Stripes, RIGHT in .Finish Materi !
Fit Price
: <4 Fancy Suitings 10 all) ilhades Hop-Sacking! Fancy Silk Clookings, Black and brown serge. 1} yards wide, berger &; Richard keep it. county, held its first institute for the Style I i is L..

it \ Chevron, Diagonals, Plaids and StripeR; Plain Ilenrieftsa, black 50c a yard at T. A. Knight's.The Protracted services will be conductedat present) term of school at Hampton. Nov.I &

end colors, from! be. to $1.00 Per )'ard. The biggest drive the Baptist church in this city by Rev.P. llth: There were fifteen teachers pres Buy or not-as you like-but give yourself tin* |hr;! n.of seeing'
\ in 40-inch Woo! first frost of the Bensonmade its cut, also the county superintendent anda ,.
piagonal Goods at 25c. per yard in all W. CdVr, of Gainesville, commencing what we show you in these goods before you decide..
: ; the .latest shades. Storm Serges', Esquimau* and appearance Thursday morning. number of visitors. Every topic
.: ::- Assabet Flannels assigned was discussed, and with few
: and White Flannels and
A full line of Coffins, Caskets and Un
->.., :." -./ '.- Outings; Ginghams in Staple Checks and dertakers' Goods at N. J. Jones'. confidently assert that we keep the exceptions each appointee had made special Shirts that Tit '
-: .. p Dress Plaids, 6 to 8c. per yard; Bleached : most reliable shoes in town, and sell themat preparation, therefore no subject

Ay; 'f ." ::, Cottons 3-4 to 4.4of Standard brands, 5 to lOc. Starke has more protracted meetingsthan living prices: Try us. Truby, Stern seemed dull, in fact none of them could Nobby and Stylish Neckwear.

;:". :.. i Per Yard. Full-width Sheetings, bleached and un- any other town in the state. burg tot Co. be dull! to a live teacher interested_ in the .
: :;..: ) :"' bleached, of the best known brands at lowast advancement of school work. The teach -
1:t ::!" The largest selection of Dress Trimmings in plain and prices.waive You can see the largest line of boys' Mr. Chas. Eddy, the hustling and suc- ers aud sup.rintcndeut manifested un In fact, the Men's Furnishing corner of our ston i i-:+ running; over just
hats in the at T. A. cessful mill man of Brooklyn, added his
11. ; state
., Braids, Cords, Velvet and Chenille Trimmings, Silk Gimps and Knight's.Great name to the TELEOBAPH'S subscriptionlist usual interest in the discussions. All now with the nobbiest things of tb9 season.:
'ilt.; Passamentriev Silks in checks, dots and changeables The only praise for all the teachers in the were pleased and benefited by the day'swork. .

:'[1, :.:, complete line of Dress Findings in the city. The best stock ofLADIES' High school is heard on every side. Saturday It is hoped that the next institute
*fiv* For cash we will sell you goods lower will be attended. by every teacher WOOL. LYSLE and COTTON UNDERWEAR

i' 'a CLOAKS AND WRAPS The largest stock of furniture in the : than the lowest. Just give us a trial in the county. i

{' t Ever offered here. A beautiful line of Children's, Misses' and Ladies' county at Truby Sternburg & Co's. and you will be convinced. Truby, Starke'* Improvements. Are..found in abundance just at the time a change of Underwear is
Sterubu.-g& Co.,
,# ,, Underests. The absence of hotel is sad in your mind. .
. -* Hosiery stock complete and a big a The following composition waswrittenby ; uppermost

:: l',- commentary on the enterprise____ of'Starke. 1]i 1 I Geyserite soap will remove tan, freckles little Miss Eva Miller, aged 10 years,

M. 'SPECIAL BARGAINS TO OFFER! Don't forget our clothing is still goingat ,1|i dandruff and pimples. It is the product nnd handed to the TELEGRAPH by Pro-

;; .:: : Bankctf! from $1.00 a pair up. Can sell you Shoes that will make under bottom prices: Hoffman Bros. of the wonderful geysers of the far- fessor McDonald, of the High school, .
-;' t::.... you famed Yellow Stone park. Btarkc DrugCo. with the that it be
: happy. Come and see them, and wearing is the best proof. A rcquca published:
i(;: i r First-class cooking and heating stovesat ., Sole Agents. the of Starke
/ full line of Domestics always in stock. and the best Jeans for Among improvements

-,kh ... the l least money that will buy them anywhere. Table Covers, low prices at Truby Sternburg & Co's. Seventeen pounds of granulated sugar during the last year is the addition of the

{6 i :: :' Smyrna and Angora Rugs. The largest line and most attractive The TELEGRAPH knows of a weddingthat and one package of Horsford's Bread roof i-f the upper veranda of the Kentuckyhouse. &ooja llsai.
;;: styles of Spring Roller Window Shades exhibited The painting of the Methodist .f
J ever. in Starke. will occur before the ides of Decem- Preparation for one dollar, for the next
::; Lace Curtains finished with tape binding, $1.00 per pair. ,-The, best ber. two weeks at Iloffmnn Bro'a. church and parsonage and the houses of
tt< Boy's Suits 90c., and the best Boy's Hat for 25c. in the known Mr. Davis. Col. Wills and Mr. Floreus.
world. Rev. Wm. Shaw spent several days of Nearly all women have good hair Walter Wills has built anew cottage ou
t'" Those who their Dress the past week with his family at Temple's though many are gray and few are bald. Church
t1 buy Goods before examining my stock are the suf ,: Hairs hair Rcnewer restores the natural street. The Fruit Growers' Association
J r ferers as well as myself. 'Twill coat you nothing to come and !see I color, and thickens the growth of the hair. are putting up a large addition to

j :.ti3: ::1' for yourself, as we cannot itemize the advantages offered Mill.Mrs.. W. II. Mahone, formerly of Starke, the building lately occudied by Geo. E. Linen- Silk or Wool.
4 XilF: Mr. H. E. Martin disposed of his I --
lIdS Pace. The work the churchis
on Episcopal
but now of Valdosta, Ga., was in the city .
: I this week. interest in the turpentine business at I nearly finished and the bull has beeu Our duplicate orders are just coming in, antI the s<-as lIn scarcely open'

HAPPENINGS IN THE CITY. Ge}'serite is the ideal soap. Sampson City and with his family will hung. The Misses Fearing have put a Our aim is to give bargains not excelled in the metropolis.

The street committee should lead peo. return to his old home at McIntosh, Ga. wire fence around their beautiful garden. .
Oranges are In the
coming gver new pie to believe that cain chews and ,
Our local paper, the TELEGRAPH has been
railroad. It is an acknowledged fact that we sell
rt :;ia Local Items Picked Up here are digestible. the most reliable goods at the lowest prices bought by Matthews & Farmer, and bas Kid Gloves
T. A. Knight keeps the stock of kid improved in interest and in circulation.The -
r Come early for your cloaks and wraps. and that our store is the largest in the ,
and There. gloves. ] Can also! sell you cloaking and trimming. county. Try us. Truby Sternburg new railroad has betn completed as

The commissioners proceedings appear T. A. Knight. & Co. far as Sampson lake and will soon he .
this week. completed to High Springs. Several carsof Ladies' Handkerchiefs-
;w ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW. The membership of the Christian En- Fifty-seven families are using the new iron have already been received and ,

Black faille and armure silks at T. A. deavor is increasing and the meetings are sweet "French patent flour sold by Hoffman the force of hands has been largely in

r .. Hatters that Have Occurred or Knigtit's.. very interesting. Bros. These arc families that buy creased. Also may be<<: noted among other Notions of All Kinds
by the barrel. It is guaranteed. Second
;; Will Occur in the Near Future impiovements, the recent change in Ihe
Colonel J. L. France
In is-the
dress goods we excej.!; Truby, !htern-: happiestman to none.
; -Epitome of a Week's burg &; Co. in town. A sweet little girl has come arrangement of the post-office. Much *
a4 Happenings in Starke.To to bless his Lome. Hev. S. C. Thomas has the thanks of more space is allowed to the public, still Prints, Gingham, Check?, Plaids, Stripes, Cheviot., Denlncs-anything

Read N. J. Jones' telling, ad. on the the TELEGRAPH for ball a dozen langer leaving sufficient room on the inside to in cotton weave under the sun-at prices the poorest are ;glad'to
Advertiser. fourth page. Mrs. E W. Burroughs and daughters ines. Mr. Thomas, we are glad to state transact the business of the office. An- 1>> '

Hereafter when copy for advertise- Misses Kate and Nona, are visiting is improving and expects to be out by other delivery window is added so that

; ment, local or otherwise is handed in New buckwheat flour at Truby? Stern- friends at Cedar Key. Thanksgiving.If the result is a great. saving of time to buy.SHOES ;
without any specification as to the length burg & Co.Heavy the public. TLe two windows are SHOES !
Potatoes are ripe and 'possums arc fat we are unable to suit you in a readymade marked "A to K" and "L to Y" so that .
:, of time they are to be inserted, will -
shipments of continueto all can readily know their window -
oranges consequently the old time darky's lips suit, we are confident that we can
N publish them until ordered out charging
for the same. go forward. have gone on a smack. do so by showing, you Wanamaker & Notice. We sell Shoes that fit well)), wear well)) and look ", ,,11.!! No trash, but

s- -.T. A. Knight sells a pair of lace curtains Have you seen Hoffman Bros'. new 20c. Brown's samples. Give us a call. Tru- My books will be in the Lands of Mr. first-class goods, cheaper thin any'shoe house in ll :tlllilnl I'onnty.

i' ;, GeyseriteNovember- for $1.00.Flnridigrown. storm serge. We have seven shades and by, Sternburg & Co. J, W Hodges for a month longer. Persons ..

>> 17th. only 2,000 yards in our purchase Mrs. R. T. Richard, of River Junction, owini, me will please call and settle -
a Dry and dusty. seed rye at Truby, Stern who has been visiting her parents, Mr. with him. I. C. WEBB. GROCERIES .
.y -# burg &; Co's. Remember N. J. Jones buys his goods and Mrs. L. D. Wall, of the A. B. C.
4 Geyserite from first hand and i is the only middleman
Soap returned to her home
city Thursday.
T. A. Knight's $2 00 blankets bid defiance Asthma. Bronchitis and Consumption
Well, what about bonds ? to cold weather. between! you and the maker. Miss Alice Wall returned with her. result from a neglected cough or coldDon't We are handling specials in this line at staple j priatw t. Canned Goods
neglect but cure promptly) with a from factories direct. First-class' goods of alt;vril'tion. Special
Green Mrs. J. M. Truby and little son and One of the negro hands employed on few doses of Beggs' Cherry Cough Syrup. every
Geyserite. Nature's English ptas were la market '
soap. during the week. daughter returned Saturday, after an the new railroad had his left l leg Sold by Starke Drug Comparfy. agents. forFRENCH

Attend divine services Sunday. extended vacation spent in the NorthT. broken by a falling piece of Irou on Mr. Moore the
post mutter at Brad-
We have the best 5-cept cigar in town. Monday. Dr. Stewart set the broken show Va., after reading uo advertisementof
This has been a warm November. A. Knight says he has ten different limb and sent him his PATENT fLOUR !
Truby, Sternburg &; Co. on way rejoicing.It Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
styles of spring roller window shades Diarrhoea Remedy, concluded in
try a
.; Buy your shoes, from, N. J. Jones.. This has been a unusually prosperousseason from which to select. Price 50c to $1.00. is no easy thing to dress harsh, coarse small bottle of it. lie says: "I used i it
i I. hair so as to make it look graceful
or in two cf colic
cases and three for diarrhoea

for Staikc.
Cane grinding goes merrily onward. Mr. Jesse Smith, wife and daughter, becoming. By the ase of Ayer's Hhir with perfect satisfaction. I have THE
of Titusville, Pa., arrived in the Vigor this difficulty is removed, and the handled and used a great deal of
Don't ship They will city patent
Quail hunting is the order of the day. green oranges. hair made to assume any style or arrng&. medicine, but tried
never that
paralyze the market. Saturday and will spend the winter here. meat that may be desired. Give the vigor any gaveas
good results as this. For 1: sale by Finest Flour ProducedFor
Strawberry plants are getting thirsty. a trial. Starke Drug Company.ANNOUNCEMENTS..
Everybody ought to buy their shoes Felix Witkovski made a trip to Tampa T .
Mr. S. P- Crews, an account of whose
The race for city marshal is livening UD. from T. A. KnightWe during the week. He reports the Gulf :
large cotton and corn was publishedin
crop this
City rather dull for this season of the .
Thanksgiving leas than two weeks clothing.: the TELEGRAPH few weeks ...
in a
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..t '_ off -_ Truby, Sternburg & Co. 'ear.We comes to the front as the champion For Marshal

l'1t Buy your fine clothing from N. J. have the best line of children's potato grower. From one and onehalfacres The friends of U. Austin wish to an PRICES THE LOWEST.
T. A. stock of dress goods and
Jones. Knight's shoes ever brought here, at prices that he has housed 500 bushels of fine nounce him aa a candidate for the office y
trimmings:: are unequaled. defy competition. Truby, Sternburg juicy **. of city marshal, and ask for him the votes
yam ..
j'A little rain would be much of the people at the December election
very appre &; Co. Goods Delivered at Your Door.
crated Langman & Marling warranted paintsat A few weeks ago a gentleman in Yurt
For Marshal.
Truby, Sternburg &; Co. "Sweet Home" and good bread are aye- tern N. Y.. advertised in the TELEGRAPH
"\' Go to T. A. Knight's for draperlea .. I wish to announce myself as a candidate Mail Orders Promptly Filled .
., The manufacturers of this for ,
s Miss Jessie Jones of Tampa visited onymous. 4000 boxes of oranges. This week for the office of city marshal and -
friends in Starke this week. flour have a reputation to sustain, there- Mr. S. F. Gardiner, of this city, closed a ask for the suffrage of the people of
: Strawberry growers: we have just I fore they send out only the very best contract with him for that number of Starke at the December election. If

"- rtecirit t.\'" l''Or :",,,1elt: .'t.t'I;! >r' r". l'rlJ. I Silt.I iLvir* :in<1 Imilders' hardware at nods! We are Starke agents Heiberger boxes. It pays to read advertisements atM the elected office 1 to promise the beat to of perform the duties of HOFFMANfe BROTHERS
a' my ability.
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Tgloranh..PnUlJrEDnn ., in the.morning colored, man cAme into' Never tuck your napkin into your tfooi Nervous i iV THE'GERMANIAV: 55

g4J T FROM FVERY SEO tbe supar tanepatch and cut:a load of tops or under your' hin, One is much a
caneMr.. Capo called to him to halt, breach of decorum: as the otber... S .
t $TA1. CO., FLORIDA. but instead be "run; Mr. Capo fired a Never say or do anything at table1 -- .

I ot 'Interest Clipped ITem Our Ex* .load of bird shot into his legs. The likely to prJda edi gust.even in tbe most Debility

; t. !. 5f h1tws.: B. J. TAKXKB. cttei Conceralnr 'the tngtttt of I negro jumped and then ran again. Mr. sensitive.

MAtTHEWS. & FARMER tile J>tople .aad the DeveloP- Capo seat another charge after him. Never bite your pie.. Use only a fork in I COOF

S ftditort and Publishers, ment of Our Resource*. i I The man jumped again dropped the cane cutting; and conveying: to your mouth. Pills !

SUBSCRIPTION' $1.00 A YEAR. but managed to escape.'He is not likelyto Feed yourself with your fork, using it NEW YORK

:. The steamer Volunteer! was launched again visit Mr. Capo's sugar cane with the hand that i is most convenient.The .
Entered in the Pottoffice at Starle: Fla., from the marine railway this morning. News. V
patch.-St. Augustine ENGLISH BRAND.The
second clan natter. .
at that combines insurance with in
Issues an
She sits! on the water like a duck and Weakest Spot V a policy
While James Johnson, a mining hand,
her draught is six inches less than it in your whole system, perhaps, is the only genuine cure for lost Manhood. }
r IT In reported that the resident of I was before the change was made in her was going home near Agnewfc) station on liver. If that doesn't do its work of puri Exhausted Vitality Weak Memory, I'alpi- vestment feature. All policies mature ten, .fifteen or

Dayton, 0., went fishing in a sewer the i the S. S. 0. &G. railroad Saturday night, lying the blood more troubles come from tation of the heart, Premature I Decay, Lack
S.' bull.-Tampa Times. and throw his it than you can remember.Dr. of Confidence, Inability of the Married twenty
other day had*:long been stopped be was ordered to stop up Pierc&'s Golden (either sex) and Despondency all of which .5 %years.
.; np. About two hundred"pounds of fish The outlook is that there will be more hands by another negro named Gus Wil-- Medical Dkcoveryacts ollojy in the trail of youthful Errors. Im-
this weak
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... > were caught) which included catfish, oranges forwarded to the various marketsof kinson. Johns was told to take off hi cap. It rouses it up to healthy, natural prudence, ai.d Excvs* .

:: KO le-eYfll, shiners, carp and tuckers. the country this year from this section coat and hat, when the desperado went action. Br thoroughly purifying the I positively guarantee*-t these TILLS to d-> and Win

'... than ever before. There is a big crop 0ipit through him, but Johnson didn't have a blood, it reaches, builds up, and Invigorritee everything I 1: claim foi them so sticng is To Live .4

five and the indications are that there i that Wilkinson found. The latter every part of the system. my faith in them that you can return ineru
:: WHEN Ecrews were made by band I cent For all diseases that depend on the If they do not hely you"To : .

.' minutes were consumed in making one, will be .plenty of buyers.-Gainesville being.disappoiote threatened to kill liver or the blood-Dyspepsia, Indigestion introduce these PILLS I will send post-

and they were so expensive that wooden Sna. Johnson, and placed his Winchester to : Biliousness; every form of Scrofula, paid which a large ONE snilicientto DOLLAR PACKAGE: .

pins were used wherever practical; now There ill be more large sailing vesselsat bis head, when a third party came up : even earlier Consumption stages and(or the Lung-scrofula most stubborn) init.s of Debility ought, for toby only 20 cents cure; enclose any case ten 1-- _: Is Our Motto
; two cent lettsr with address
in the nick of time to prevent another frtinipsin :; your .
cold-forged single machine
the a than
by process the port to-morrow afternoon Skin and Scalp Diseases' the "Discovery"ai written plainly and you will receive the
win turn out five dozen in a minute. there has beenat one time since the murJer. The twa succeeded in coptnpng"tbe the only remedy so unfailing and effect 1'1 LLS by retu n mail.

docks were built. Besides the large: scoundrel and brought him to ive that it can be guaranteed.If With the positive assurance on my part

: Is Boston alone women pay taxes ont number now there four will come ip Ocala, where be was placed in jail. He it doesn't benefit or cure, you have came that you in possession n ill never of regret this: priceless the day that remedy you

bad his examining trial before your money back. whose intluence Tile Lifo Insnranco Co. in Florid j
e.: more thin 120000000. They pay into from the quarantine station.-Tampa fill[ Monday and was bound over. Judge Johnson .', extends ttselfto besides the restoring intellectual the facul-VitalOrce Strongost .5

the city treasury annually in taxes Times. Polishing Stoves. t-s, elevating the emotion*, di pelli ng the -
which is expended by had a large: sum of money sewed' up bane of life and restoring blessing., 4>.
about ni500,000, Let the who have an idea that -Some to lustre to the
people give
ninetenthsof in his pants, having just been paid off.Ocala .- one says a Head the following testimonials as to ,For full particulars years and rates apply to ..'
of! ,
the representatives men,
"Florida sand won't produce anything"note stove without lots of hard work, mix the whether I am curing/ people.
whom only a poll tax of $1, and Sanford New Capitol. r. ..it I
pay that a gentleman near polish with strong soan suds. Some use o4f '

" : some not even that.. planted three-quarters of a pound of There is a rumor around town that a vinegar with the blacking; this is good Pills"The;you trial sent done package me good.Nervous I was troubled Debility G.; LOPER BAILEY Manager.PALATKA 'l V V

onion seed and raised upon one acre of woman came to this city about a month but I prefer the strong soap-suds. For with what I called rheumatism in iny thight !1

THERE is establishment in New bushels of bringing with her a baby girl about and they helped me wonderfully." FLA. ..i(
an that same Florida sand 375 ago: the nickle trimmings on the stove I use II. M. WEHSTER Walton, Iowa. a. Q.Jf:

York which prints five thousand novels onions.-Tampa Times.A 10 months old. She cared for it for a whiting; mixed with kerosene. I put it *..*

an hour. Every time the great press brilliant meteor 'was sen by many few days, but after that neglected the on with one cloth, then polish with those"bend me sent some more done of tho"e SO PILLS MUCH a" STATE OF FLORIDA AND GEORGIA-
you me
S cylinder goes around a novel is printed, Orlando residents Tuesday night in the child, even leaving it one day in a another dry one. Old pieces of flannelare GOOD that thought would. send for more

--<- folded and trimmed. It ia not known how eastern fkl s. Its course 'was perpen chicken coop in the rear of the place she good for polishing iiickle. of them.

many young minds are corrupted by the dicular, and just before reaching!!': the lived The child's cries attracted the Wash tbe mica in the stove doors with JohN WAiTtnixs* Collincton, N. C I' J. W. .ANDREWS

, publication o! these novels. horizon, it exploded, emitting varicolored attention of a colored woman' near by, vinegar; it will clean it nicely. "Find stamps enclosed* for two more packages I I 1i
who took the waif and has given it at-
The indeed a of those I
.. lights. scene was your nervous debility pills as
ACCOHDLNO to Topinard the average beautiful one*.-Orlando Reporter.A tention ever since that time. The white got of medicine you before I have did me taken.more "good than Livery Sale and Feed Stables .

height ol Laplanders is G0.7 inches; of woman does not seem to care, but appears any ever
ED. FIRESTO Freaei C,. .1
lot of the Whitfield dudes visited Tried & Truemay E. icksburg,
Bushmen 62 of Chinese G4of Frenchmen to be anxious to be rid of it alto
; ; .
Cousin Hold's cane patch last Sunday THE FINEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY.V
65 of Russians G5.4 of Germans, ; gether. It is reported that she Is not
; ; night and were saluted with shot guns :"Received: the medicine, think it good;
66.2; of Danes, 66.2; of! Irishmen, 67; of the child's mother but the child was wil! order som. more." Prompt Attention and Reasonable; Charges. )
l loaded with gall berries. There's a JoiisVIESK
well be said -, IlroadlamK III.
Englishmen; ,Scotchmen and Swedes,67.4J; given her to get rid of. Any way the ;
that would be easily "
of American Indians 68.2 of Patagonian space of country case demands intiveitigation at tie of the Superior Medicine "I received .
; cleared, all the brush is down and some your medicine! and am very Drummers' Teams and Draying a 'I
, 70.3. hands .of the citv authorities. The the standard much pleastd with it; it has helped me al-
of the saplings.: -De Funafc Breeze. j ready. Enclosed: rind monev! for another
colored woman that now has the child, T. M. ANDEasoVestville
package. O. .
vine blood-purifier, Specialty.Stables I
Ripe watermelons fresh from the "
THE intensity of confined sound is is named Baptiste, and lives on Olivia *
I. illustrated at Causbrook Castle, lele of in November may strike our northern Street between Simonton and Eliz\bethEquatorDemocrat. ; :
in Brick Cor. Call and Streets tJ
Building Thompson ;
but such
friends aa a little singular, are :
Wight: where there is a well 200 feet $500. -
I deep and twelve feet in diameter, lined the capabilities of I'olk County. never- (One) Block from Depot. .
the Times-Union from
A to
f theless. Mr. J. P. Withrow pluckedtwo I special wi'l l lie paid for a ease of J.o-t, M.mhojd. 1vhausted -
with smooth masonry. When a pin is fine ones from the vines his garden Lake City says: One of the boldest I Vitality.Weak Memory! Palpitation' Starke, Florida. I.- :g

dropped into it the pound of it striking murders ever committed in this part of of the Heart. Premature 1>eclI'". Lnck olConfidence. f .' '
: recently, and they we re 'well matured and Inability (the Married[ of '
the water 182 feet below, cau be distinctly Its long :t'For
the country is reported from Lake City -
'. healthy looking melons.-Lakeland Sun. cither sex, Despondency, that I cannot
beard. Junction on the Savannah-Florida and assure-: you that A\hat
The dullest month in tLe at St. I cure.Now after the
year <<- reading above ifyou have j
Western Railroad two three miles ha cured others Dry Goods Gents1
or Furnishings
Augustine commences about the 15th I < ( ally doub's: about me or my medicine do not
S CoyxoUDEJt'Ludlow; of the Mobican, October'and from Fort White and in the lower por- II send, but if you leally want to get cured I ,

: which baa been patrolling Bering Sea of continues until the middle: tion of this county. William Duncan a will cure you can a-id will guarantee to cure you I have .
of November. Then the winter season been a l'rnclicin I'hy -ida'l fora great many -AND- -
all summer, estimates the product of white man, 'was killed in his store at the years and during my experience I have .. .
This it 'will belittle
begin a
really year
pelagic Beating this year at 60,000 skin junction in broad daylight between 8 never rome aciosi quire as good a :remedy
earlier the coming for NKUVOVS DEBILITY I oiUr liereit
as cottagers are as GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Tbe jtal value of the year's scaling and 10 o'clock this morning. The PHOFEsSION.t I.. is one < l f tjie mn-t valuable! remedies ever
the catch of the lessees down' a week or so in Advance. St. Augustine ..... ." discovered] and if I ]I
product, including weapon used was a coupling pin, and ----------- wt w-s A wvrAfwv-- '- SWW was younger person .1

S of the seal islands, he estimates : News.A with this his brains were beaten out. E. L. STEWART, M. 1). would advertise, it everywhere at $l.O a -_ GALLON):
package, (but getting al.ni.z ill veirs; and having : -
; at about $1,000,000. painter named Cole, 'who 'was on a Four negroes were seen by those living PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. already ma.l.. a fair sized fortune in m\ ,

scaffold painting the new awning in front medical practise. I !have no de iif 110W 10 ,
near to go; into his! sore this morning Office with Starke Dru;.; Co. get rich alii.are for now i is to see how m.ny T. R. SweatAT >
: AMONG the hill'tribee of Bunnah the of the Campbell block Thurday morning, and, aiterwarJ three of them were seen STARKE people' I can tureso that they may enjoy
fell to the sidewalk, striking:on his head. life. remember for Ion .
: oar cardinal virtues an: To kill a foe, to going: away with large bundles; and a-hort time KM- .
The fall about six feet but the I will send you ONE LAIK5K; 1''K.iEOFTHE (
fall In battle to become priest and to was man discovered -
a shortly after this the crime was pOWELL.WILLS.; E PILLS( :;, if yon will wrap up tvu
f offer oneself as a sacrifice to the earth was not seriously hurt. He 'was uncon- by someone who went to the dunes and end to me within ten days after :

The sins Getting sions for a few minutes, but was revivedby Tate Powell. M. D. and J. C. WillM.. I). you receive this pwpor. I hope to have the
goddees. great are: store. Robbery was evidently the mo- tender tlielr J1ro'cs lon8III'T\'i'l'l< to the('11I7.l'n1lof piea ure ol I hearing from you at Ol"e."iI TilE: KED STORE OX I
into debt, betraying public secrets,break a good stiff drink of whisky.-Tampa tive. The store was ransacked and left Starke and FurronndlDs country. Call! I be :successful or \ouprelt-rtobe Sjecialty."M'

.., .. ing an oath, refusing; hospitality ard Times. in confusiop. The community 'was: promptly attended. a IHclon Enclose: sl1fferpr'two dimes! in your letter.anJ send Steam-Cookt-d Cow Fftd a

':. z' skulking in time of war. The: Metropolis is informed that a aroused and a posse is in pursuit with Office at Pr. J. L. GneVind' Drug Store.ATT'Y at once to V >

t thorough investigation has been madein dogs. It is thought that one of the T L.FIUZE
fl. Dr. A H. Smith
ti. "MRS. P. W. FARMER who 'wrote a regard to opening up the Government negroes has been captured. If taken V },
,: carrier's address for Mark Twain when reservation at Jupiter, and that as a result they will doubtless all be lynched AND COUNCILLOR AT

t::: he carried papers for the Hannibal all sqaatters 'will be required to vacate Another negro who may also be one of I Itoom Xo.l.LAW.Jones Klock. Avon N. Y. ,

I Courier, lives near West Plains, 'MoShe at once or settle the matter in Uncle the gang, was arrested here this evening STARKE. -- < IXDry -
YL\ and will
you receive a large One Dollar Pack-
t r," wrote a book of poetry in 1856 and Sam's court in this city. Special Agent !!': as answering: the description of the V tge by return mail.

j helped to mould the bullets which killed Hampton Is now here to investigate one wanted in Orlando, and he is now F. J. FIKLDS.' Goods 'V .

Joseph Smith and the Mormon apostles: ; these epnatters' claims, but in the mean in j jail. I'OCTOR SMITH IS EEUXKLE Bild MEKITaITBL1C V
. tf.. she la a cousin of Alice and Phoebe Cary. time they will probably find it advisable. MASON and PLAS- rONTIDEXrE.W. .-
J. WKEI, Cashier State Bank of Avon.
.. The San Francisco her TERER.
flagship on
_ _
to vacate, pending such investigation.- :Boots Shoes
L trip to Key West sighted on the 22d Inst., STARKE. KLAt P'o
: JUDGING by the number of towns and Jacksonville Metropolis, Oct. 24th. ,
a dismasted vessel. The ship'u course Agents for Camp Rros' Rrirk.
t cities that have been called after him,
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The steamer Santa Lucia her first ----
on was changed and run alongside.; The 7GENTSJ1w

Benjamin Franklin is our most illus trip down' this week carried the biggest position of thn wreck was latitude 29 06 COMLER L, PEEK, and. Hats.:
trious citizen. The shows
census report
freight ever brought down the Indian North and longitude 7844 West. A
that his list, including) some compounds, Fire Insurance -
i. River on a steamer. The cargo 'was an boat 'was lowered and men sent aboardof HEADQUARTERS FOflGents' -
reaches 63 Andrew Jackson
now ; comes
assorted one and was for the lower river her. She proved to be the Drisco Represents LIVERPOOL &: J.OXDOX.m.onr.
;". next with 59; Washington with 49; Jefferson o PKOVIDKXCE. W ASIII (jTO ORKEMVlCli To handle scarce grod-s. We have an
....' \ and Lake Worth. Business!! bas never Jonesport. Me., loaded with lumber and SECURITY, and HARTFORD Fire InHUiancJ, opening Jir'GI.. I It ,ou wish to earn
; 47 Madison 44 43 and
; ; Monroe; ; known a cessation this Eummer, and it shingles. She w as loaded in Charleston, Companies.onnty for sale.Choice lots of Land in town and I money quietly and not woik very FurnishingsCALL
Garfield 24. hard. The business i i- and
light genteel -
is a problem how best to handle the im-
S. C., and left that port on October Gib STARKE. -
_ FLORIDA. I, Jlon and) women that are shrewdare
menseincrease: that is sure to come with for Kingston, Jamaica. The boat had retting rich fat. STREET
THE Brazilian Department of Agricultural the approach cf another tourist season. been SOCIETIES.; If j'nii want a chance to make five ,
recently abandoned as the evidence .
thousand dollars for -('lf ea-ily
the destruction -- ----- your
: deplores rapid
-Juno Sun. aboard of her plainly showed ; a Itradford Lodge, >"0. 4'i, 1-'. &: ..A.1.. during the next twelve months vuiteu ST..b.RKjUJ: DORIDA: V
j of what were at one time looked upon as for our oanfulential terms :
In preparing an estimate of the ladyprobably the captain's wife Meet Thursday
was night before the third
If will! this within the
inexhaustible forests of indian rubber answer
you -- -
: Sunday In each mont:j.WM .
phate shipments from the port of Fernan among those taken off. There wae noth- A next'lO days we will send jou a Cam
trees. A recent report of the department dina for the year 1893, as published last gin left to show\ by what boat they had X. D. Wii\x\Ki<;nT.M\LI-IIUK9.W.M.Sec. : ple flf our goods that will \b.. worth G. W. YOUNG ...,
S. suggest! a remedy that plantations ""dnlliiu, to you.AdIICV) at once.
January by Messrs. John G. McGriffin & been rescued. The San Francisco triedto
for the cultivation of the tree be estab- May Lodge No. 10. I.
S o. O. r.-Regular:
Co., tho figures in round numbers, were tow her, but she sheered so badly 5- ? BOX E, Avon 3V. Y.
statistics that meeting V
lisbed.and shows by large f'"l'r.'l'uf'luIu"\
placed at 125.000 tons. The shipments brcakinglooee oftenthat it I night in their If all. TrraBlent V I
profit would accrue: to the planter. PO WHS: finally 4 'b brothers ronlmllv-- No r-.strl! l'IT.hI.. W red. General Blacksmith BOTANIC
during: the last ten montns which abandoned, atd steps taken to hili' l.er "" r vite'1. *, W. "ACKF.TT: ,,
amounted to 100,143 ton: show an average I up. In doing this tie San Fran p.co -!IIi" V -.- 'f W. F. Mali'liurs. X. c;. ..A5SP."
.;. How water, commonly called sap necessary : that 'will bring the tctal fully up to exhausted all the trim rottc.n she had on F. J. FIFLIH. P. (8 and Sec V U. elf and Wood-worker BLOOD BALM

to the life of a tree, passes from t'xpectations.-Femandina Mirror. board. The repeated exrl'sions broke -- Tho r insjG IIflllO n [ Fieri! "'

the roots to the topmost leaf and her back and -- f A thoroughly tested Remedy
5, is solved Mr. Fey, at EUtflk! (', rrinn.ifrd ml! port Irsrnes ajul planking ( MINER -- Is; located at the 01,1 tin'-!hn:,. where he is FOR ALL I
evaporates a problem not yet u.
ciade IcstSieek h amidfihip, but as si. e fl -ate-l, a ecrious D. reparcil to nuke or a'l Kind-s of I
one day liv 'uiwingl.invself : rejuir iron BLOOD and SKIN DISEASES '
: by botanist'. It is known that the ascent from a pss cf Lid bed. Fey came danger to navigatson j; she was rammed Manier, Lane & Co., tin or wood.work. lie[ will make you a
; is made chiefly in cavities in the This standard remedy has been tried.
sap- here [several 'weeks ago with Colonel successfully.( The position of the debris (Sticces-ors to A. R Campbell.* wagon or rtj>air your coffeepot; nrike: you and not found wanting.for forty years by
wood only, the heartwood and bark an eminent physiclau, who has DOled ft
Carpenter's excursion from Spencer,. when the San Francisco left was latitude Watchmakerand We will sell and deliver at your neirtst station a plow or repair jour lujicy: ; shoe your wlthcertainandunvarylnlt'lucceslforaUhor
: serving other purposes. That is the extent or. sell a Chicago Aeriuotor. diseases! for which it is recommended. It V
Mass. to the'winter. 28.15; North and longitude 79.17 West.- first-tla
P pass He spent last never fails to benefit from the first dose
; of our knowledge of the matter. Now.; Mr. Farmer. it will pay jnu to find quickly and effectually driving out ailII'

A \ _ winter here. His son was with him. Equator-Democrat. Pianos and out: .. tins I "lIldmII.lis it can be u-cd I disease the medium perms of from the stein the system liver and through kidneys V
The deceased was aged about 40, was Jeweler OrgansFor for that water he without any unpleasant or injuriouseffects.
r, GERMAN papers tell of a queer method any purpose power loan It is uot the result of ignorance
r interested in a shoe patent, which 'was Mannerisms.Whtn put to. Whell011' are in town call bnll! or superstition but it is founded upon
; f of Judicial procedure:! in parts of the going and also had less money than any house i-i the State. common sense and a thorough knowledge V
other busi-
wrong, Starke, Fla. learn all It does not take a \va....n rf modern melicaillcieocl'. It effectually V
5 kingdom of Si.m. In the absence of and at table, no matter 'whether at \Ve guarantee in'-trummts to he tool npre- purities and enriches the blood and brings
ness money troubles to worry him. home or abroad the H'ntf ii.Ve will ship a Pianor Orgni: to I load of money; to purcha-e I o-ie: but it i* health to the sufferer. As a general tome
trustworthy witnesses, the learned judge following rules it is without a rival and in Its I
anrwnf'H man woman ('II trial: ard if; worth a big .tioiket lull to jou.Geo. .
Mr. Mark W. Harrington.of Washington should be borne in mind and observed I health-el: /: properties it is absolutely
orders the dive in
two contestants to : Largest Assortmentof not satisfactory we wi pay freight! both beyond comparison with any remedy ever

:. deep water. He who is able to remain D. C., Chief of the Weather Bureau Neveiemack_ the lips while eating. Wa ys. W. Young', I. offered ills\ resulting to tbe public.from impure It is a panacea and impoverished for all- V

below tbe surface the longer time is the Department 'of Agriculture: arrived in Never pick the teeth at table. V blood-the current of life: quickly
: I Cash Installment. Scrofula, .
cures! lIei' Knema Skin
or on Starke
: winner of the suit I The report furtherS Titusville Wednesday evening and spent I Never propose a conundrum or whisper Watches Clocks Fla. IHra* and. Kruptlon tatarrh.Rheun.atiuu. .

all of yesterday in town. He comes to __ Ltvrr. Kidney and V
your neighbor. -- madder .
declares Diaeaea. 'malef"eak.
that a particularly quarrelsome --= h ( .
Sheet Music, Strings. Violins Rii: >jo I > .
neu erTou Ilqa'wetc.
S merchant, who considered himself too here to make a personA investigation: in Never put your finder intoyour mouth and C;tilt..'", Aceiirdeons;: and in t fact every ).l!II' : i

c old to try; the "cold water proof process," regard to continuing or abandoning the not even if you are choking. If you eat : Jewelry, (ncal I irand Instrument I Piano." from a Jew's Harp to a I INVESTIGATE FOR YOURSELF.

S* had a famous swimmer train his eon to goverment telegraph line from here to fast enough; to choke, you deserve to Special attention given to the pairing (,f ,r>",(ioi) piece' choice miiMC at ten (cent *roI)3 I Information Send for our Free together jtkoryaIuabl.with a wonderful -
Jupiter. He left last nibt on tbethroo'Jlh suffocate. (' IT l.. (OpltM for II l (In I array of certificates ot remarkable
: perform marvellous aquatic feats. In Clocks and Watthrs. Com; ,! work done: at cures from the simplest to the most virulent
steamer for and Never drum Anv !-11t'.t mn'ic published at i:> to.Vi percent disease after all known remedies
: Jupiter on bis with
all the your fingers on the reasonable '
subsequent suits the father
;: was rates. IK) low publisher' :* "p1 1 i'es.tend bad failed. These certificates testify with
S: represented by the lon, and as a reulS return here we suppose the future action table, or play with knife, fork or spoon. for free Catalt t 'gue. no Balm uncertain M the bestcheapest sound, that,quickest Botanic,great Blood

was always victorious. in regard to this line will have been determined. Never, utider any circumstances, put Jacksonville Florida est and most powerful Blood Purifier ever
W. L. DOUCLAS known to the world.PEICEU.OO .
.-Titusville Star. your knife into your mouth. .
: per bottle; |5.00 for 6 bottles.For
r Never put your elbows on the table. S3 SHOE NO"I'R' sale by druggists;if not,send to us.
; ELECTRICITV has been used is a thief Manager: Walter Hawkins, of the Never fruit p. DRUG STORE. Address BLOOD BALM CO., Atlmii, Ga.
Ocala base ball learn has carry anythingelse away Do you wear them? When next In need
catcher by .*n exhibitor at the World's arranged to try a pair. "' -J
-=' ... .
= .
from the : .
table. You are probably welcome Best In the world. V -.-.:. .5
Fair. Several valuable lenses in his exhibit put a first clasi fence around the base ( -i ? ..4J. -.c.-: = -",<; ",-..= -_ _. ....-- .,,,,vvvvvvmIVVvv ...y....
ball grounds clean them in all you can eat, but you haveno 5.OD".j3.U 0 -- I
were stolen from time to time, and up good (
the thievings became so regular that a shape, erect a creditable grand; stand more right; to carry articles of food 44.00 ,$2.50 f = G.S.HAGKER&SON
; from the table than you have to make
trap was set for the thief. Lenses were and make arrangements with crack with the ta50 V j$2.00 J. WISS & SONS'

temptingly: displayed within seemingly) teams all through the winter season, away Never spoons. &2 5 0 FOR$2.00 LADIES li:1 M\xur\crrBERs OF- PRACTICALORANGE
scrape your plate or lift it to

.1- electrical easy reach switch, but underneath, BO arranged each that one hen an form strictly a in South it. The Florida date of league this organization and be contains get the last nor drOI wipe) or scrap it out of with anything a piece of it 12 t2.25:00 : FOR 1.75 BOYS! : n ors& Bash ]:B1ind s MOnl -1 CLIPPER :.. '

; S the lens was lifted a circuit would be closed willjtake plane Nov.lSth. Mr. Hawe bread or your napkin. Coat sleeves: FOR : SV $75' Length, i3i i Inches. j

;: and a bell rang. The guards were in- kins has ordered on the ground 16,800 are L. GASKINS

... formed of the trap and instructed on the feet of lumber.-Ocala Banner.Mr. au Never fait for play this witk purpose.'your tall cellar, nor c{J VV : roa4SS: S SEs DEALER IX HIS, BniItlin[ Material]!, Ii. i

S coarse to take in case they should hear : Vincent Capo, who resides to th attempt feats of ..V
balancing with string -- -C'
the bell. The Sunday after setting tbe ,I west of Judge Coopers's residence had beans or a npoon. Always use tooth If you want a fine DRESS SHOE made In the latest Drugs and Medicines Builders' Hardware. l

trap the bell suddenly began to ring, andS fin experience with a sugar cane thief picks. styles don't pay$6 to$8,try my$3,$3.50,$4.00 or __ ..

the guards, rushing in were able to $5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom made and look and Starke Fla.Physicians' ; These Clippers are made of the finest material i
arrest early Monday very
For ,
morning. the past Never 'watch the dishes as they are un- wear as well. .Ifyea wish to economize In your footwear, Window andF'incy Glass] ,fully warranted,and any found detective will 'It
the theif and secure sufficient evidence month :Mr. Capo has been do so by replaced '<
missing sugar covered.nor make any remarks as to the purchasing W L. Douglas Shoes. Name and Sp ia I The blades are slightly; curved,with edges stiffer V -11
to lead to his conyiction.1v cane, Sunday,night he went on watch quality of the food. If price stamped on the bottom,look for It when you buy Prescriptions Carefully Compounded ec ty aj than last Beacon. It la the only practical Clipper f"
you want to cornV ;W.IM DOUGLAS.Brockton ..... made and Indorsed by all who have used them. V
Sold by at all Houre-Day or Night. Charleston I S. C Sold by the Hardware and Supply Trade.
,."...,. 1. WISS & SONS. Newark, N. J., Manufacturer'*. V

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