Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/00339
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:00339
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Agents Wanamaker & Brown's Fine Clothing.I

can you find a better HOFFMAN BROS.HOFFMAN
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: 1 assorted stock of PURE Drugs,

IJ' : Brushes} (for hair and teeth), Per

r_ fumery,, Toilet Waters, and any and I TRUBY STERNBORG & GOWILL I BROS.LAST .

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: \ !IStock ': C1AR11ED.vzE WERE LEAD WILL HE

.. w \\s i- [ PLEASED.UE .
II ? WE GAVE In Novelty, In Variety, WILL
Fr 5t < Unlimited '

I 03* H 0" THEMBARGAINS. In Quality, In Attention, GIVE THEM

; .!: ml= .. A.. KN I !rG[ I ,ri HT I 9) Prices the Lowest In Low Prices Asked. BARGAINS.PEOPLE .

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l frJooiK(; ( and Not IORS: '\\tnn'" ::'tt1'HU1'lwlcl (fools.

> !It Our stock of Millinery was nevermore i I -. loth the & Furnishing (,oosl/ K, t C'rurl\t.I.... ,ild) WOUct'lIwur! (', I Ic:3

J: beautiful and complete. Can Shoes and Hats Hardware and Tinware, C':' ) II I'I''I'I ,

please the most fastidious. Satisfaction ....: Harness and Saddles Groceries and Provisions, 2:
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i t guaranteed. The ladies invited. ci C.3 Trunks and Valises, Flour and Feed, -c.. Even if the times are hard. Our prices run all the way

e TO 3: Furniture and ISedding,. Coffins and Funeral Goods. p

FROM $3 TO $25 flIT !


Mean's' Warranted Shoes. I II -.


Dress Goods Ever Offered in this Market !

.. Prices Knocked Into a Cocked Hat on Our Dry Goods SideMen's !

j CON'"SISTING : Black and brown serge. 11 yards wide We have the best line of children's I TE3IPLE'S BULL TALK. I *

50c. a yard ut T. A. Knight's.Tax shoes ever brought here at prices that I ; Ladies' and Infants' FineUnderwear.. Lace Novelties Veil-
Armure, Faille, Gros-Grain and Satin Duchess Silks, Eldorado Stripes, defy competition. Truby, Sternburg Yesterday was Thanksgiving day and ,
Fancy Suitings in all sHades, Hop-Sackings,. Fancy Silk Clockings, Collector Haile finished his first &; Co. some of the old gobblers of the vicinityhave : ings, Ribbons, Kid Gloves; in fact, :anything iii Dry Hoods suM on the

Chevrons, Diagonals, Plaids and Stripes; Plain Henriettas, black round of the county yesterday.A been forever silenced. Continent.
i and colors, from lOc. to $1.00 per yard. The biggest drive Frank GoodwIne, accused of shootingat Mr. T. M. Williams, who has been for
full line of Coffins, Caskets and Undertakers' Mr.[ Silas Kite, was placed under $250
i in 40-inch Diagonal 001 Goods at 25c. per yard in all some time in Ilornellsville, N. Y., has
Goods at N. J. Jones', bond
after the preliminary hearing before SHOES TO FIT YOUAnd
the latest shades. Storm Serges, Esquimaux and returned to his Lome at Temple's Mi'l.

Assabet Flannels, Red and White Flannels and If a new broom sweeps clean by all Judge Malphurs. Tom is "ons of the boys" and we were

Outings; Ginghams in Staple Checks and means Call street should have one. \Ve are offering a fine selection of men's, all glad to see him. He will embark in Wear Whole to the Last. All Sizes an.l Widths.

? Dress Plaids, 6 to 8c. per yard; Bleached You can see the largest line of boys' boys' and youths' hats in all the desirable! the strawberry business.
Cottons 3-4 to 4.4 of Standard brands 5 to lOc. The recent rains have the
helped along
at bottom Stern-
hats in the slate at T. A. Knight's.Mr. shapes prices. Truby
8Iv"! per yard. Full-width Sheetings, bleached and unbleached burg &; Company farmers a great deal in this region and Hats and Caps by the 100'sShapes

of the best known brands at lowast prices. !. C. Webb of Green Cove, was they were glad to see it as they had been

i The largest selection'of Dress Trimmings in plain and waive in th i city several days of the week. Mrs. G. A. Joiner of Quitman Ga., is needing rain very<< badly.

: Braids, Cords, Velvet and Chenille Trimmings, Silk Gimps and The largest stock of furniture in the in the city and will spend the winter here<< Mrs.\ II. J. Koerner formerly of this to Suit Everybody. '.

i Passamentries, Silks in checks, dots and changeables The only at Sternburg & Co's.A as the guest of her sons, Messrs. R. II. place but now of Inyerness, Fla., is visiting -
; complete line of Dress Findings in the city. The best stock ofLADIES' county Joiner and W. II. Rivers. !her father Mr. S. J. Temple.

CLOAKS AND WRAPSEver goof many new faces arc seen on For cash we will sell you goods lower Wouldn't it be a 'great scheme if some Comforts and BlanketsTo

our streets and they are all welcome. than the lowest. Just give us a trial one would convert the old mill into a I

i offered here. A beautiful line of Children's, Misses' and Ladies' First-class: cooking and heating stovesat and you will be convinced. Truby, canning factory? It would be paying Keep You Sleeping Day and Night.

Under ests." Hosiery stock complete and low prices at Truby. Sternburg &; Co's ,. :Sternbu/g: ; Co.. investment as there is plenty of fruit and
1 vegetables here that could be canned

f SPECIAL BARGAINS TO OFFER Mr.\ T. J. Durden, of Hampton, paid I j t The TELEGRAPH reporter got a soakingthe which otherwise arc wasted. Trunks and Valises toVisit

the TELEGRAPH a pleasant call Wednes-j other day while trying to overtake a Mr. Ned Williams,,of this place made
r f Blankets: from J 1.00 a pair up. Can sell you Shoes that will make you local item. This reminds us that it ruins and
quite extended visit in the western
rt happy. Come and see them, and wearing "is the best proof. A day.Mr. on the just as well as the unjust. wilds of the county not long lIe Your Ma and Pa.Gents' .
full line of Domestics always in stock and the best Jeans for T. P. Wall, says that he is gong ago.
Any article we sell! is fully warrantedto -. did not state his object in going but we
to have fresh strawberries for Christmas
the least money that will buy them anywhere. Table Covers, ._
hear that there is a sweet little girl out
be the best to satisfaction to be
The and attractive dinner. give
Smyrna and Angora Rugs. largest.line most Furnishing Goods
there, and do not bla.me.him bit for
styles of Spring Roller Window Shades ever exhibited in Starke. the! cheapest to be the nobbiest, to Le: the one .
Mrs. F. Pixton is home lignin after a going. -
Lace Curtains finished with tape binding, $1.00 per pair. The bestBoy's latest. Starke Drug Company.One .
pleasant visit with her parents in !South: The! F C. & P. railroad is
bulling a To Tone Your dress for the Lassies.
: Suits 90c., and the best Boy's Hat for 25c. in the known of merchants sold
Florida. our recently wire fence on each side ot the track here
; world. three barrels of flour to one person living
Those who buy their Dress Goods before examining my stock are the suf- J. G. Alvarez left Wednesday for New to shut out cattle. The killing of stock
number of miles from Slarke
I a through Knives
has been that this is 600 WhittleWith
+ ferers as well as myself 'Twill cost you nothing\ to come and :;ee York to purchase another large stock of his advertisement in the TELEGUAFU so frequent lately to
for yourself, as we cannot itemize the advantages offered.HAPPENINGS winter goods.Cleveland ,absolutely: necessary. There will be an
opening for a crossing however, which!
It is an acknowledged fact that we sell I Your Heart's
is all right, and if owe will cattle to Content.Kandies .
------ you be protected by guards.
I most reliable goods at the lowest prices
IN THE CITY. I f In dress goods we excel. Truby btern-:: me anything please call and settle. Talc and that our store is the largest in the Mr. II. S. Grimes. our champion 'cycle-
burg &; Co. Powell. M. D. It: made an extended trip tor Kingsleylake
county. Try us. Truby Sternburg Kandies Kandies!
last in with
Sunday Mr.
After the cold and rain then comes Mrs. II. J, Koerner, of Inverness, is &; Co. W. II. Hoffman of company Stnrke. on their ,

Local Items Picked Up Here sunshine. visiting! her father, Ir. S. J. Temple, ofTemple's Burroughs! Scruggs, the gentlemanlyhead bicycles. He chums that they made the
Mill. clerk in at lleiberger &; Hlchar .'s homeward trip in forty minutes. Remember Sweet, Sour and the Tweens, from 8c. to 40c. per pound. We have
and There. Read N. J. Jones' telling ad. on the he said so, but you know wecouldn't $200,00 worth here and on the road with Santa Claus. Best place to boy
and Guy Landiuai:: the rising .
and grocery vouch for it there
fourth Come early for your cloaks wraps.! as seems to bea
page. Can also sell you cloaking and trimming. young railroader are on a visit to their! profusion of elasticity in the statement. for special occasions.

: ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW. Did you give thanks yesterday? If not. T. \. Knight old home at Tallahassee.If OBSERVER.

why not ? Raisins, Prunes, .
Card of ThanksI
I Persons owing the TELEGRAPH for we are unable to suit you in a readymade -

Matters that Have Occurred or New buckwheat flour at Truby, Stern- subscription are requested to settle as suit we are confident that we can wish to express my gratitude to my and Currants. _
friends, for the loving deeds of kindness!
Will Occur in the Near Future burg &; Co. do so showing ;you Wanamaker lBrown's
soon as possible.
during the illness and death of my Evaporated Peaches, C
;; of 'Veck'sHalptmings New candidates ( samples. Give us a call. Tru
-Epitome a are bobbing up here .
husband Mrs. E. J
Strawberry growers, we have just by, Sternburg &; Co. ODXS. ,
in Starke. and there! Apples, Apricots. ,
I i received<< two car loads ot fertilizers. Tru Notice. *

To Advertiser Genuine Stetson hats at Truby, St'rn-1 by, Sternburg &; Co. Mr. W. Edgar Johns, who came down All persons whose notes we hold on the In Fact, Everything to Bake Saint Nicholas. a Pound Cake.
last week to attend the funeral of his
Hereafter when copy for advertisements burg &; Co's.T. Mr.\ Levi Dyal, the prosperous miller fether, left Monday for Van Buren Ohio, purchase of horses are requested to come

local or otherwise is banded<< in A. Knight sells a pair of lace cur- and merchant of Antioch, paid this office where he holds a responsible position with forward and settle at once.J. .

without any specification as to the length tains for 100. a pleasant<< call Monday. the Standard Oil company. W. HODGES.J. .
of time they are to be inserted, we will M. ALVAREZ.
t publish them until ordered out. charging The orange crop of ibis section is simplyimmense. Sweet Home flour takes the prize wi'h: Col. R. M. Smith returned<< Friday froman OUR GROCERIES !
Something Special for Orange Growers -
for the came.December. all good housekeep<< who try it. Hei- extended visit to his old home in New and Shippers.

.. berger &; Richard keep it. York state. The colonel l will now spend
1st. Everybody ought to buy their shoes of his time in :Starke Before you buy your box material and We Cater for Your Trade, No Matter What'- Your 'l'aste.PATENT"ILOIJR.
the ,
from! '1'. A. Knight. Remember N. J. Jones buys his goods greater portion : orange wraps see Truby, Stcrnburg &; .
he claims it to be the most solid town
Hog killing weather is here. from first hand and i is the only middleman as Co. They have just received a carloadof
Who will be our next mayor ? How between you and the maker. in the state. Bangor sides one carload of heads

\}, Christmas is stIll] on the way. about W. E. Davis? Hoffman Bros. have the finest line of "Sweet Home" and good bread are 8YU- and a carload of wraps. Price the lowest.A "FRENCH !

1.I< Buy your shoes from N. J. Jones. T. A. Knight's $2 00 blankets bid defi- cutlery in the' city. This probably ac- onymous. The manufacturers of this Card.

ance to cold weather. counts for their great cut in piices. flour have a reputation; to sustain, therefore We beg to inform our friends old and
Will the straw hat please come off ? -THE-
they send out only the best
very new, that we are better prepared than
I' Did have turkey and cranberries? These showers make strawberry. plants The recent showers have brought the goods. We are Starke agents. lleiberger ever to handle 11.1stu1I\ that may be entrusted -
you turn green in the face. to the surface, and "a
strawberry prophet & Richard.
j ; to us for thismarket.. We are Finest in the World !
The streets should be cleaned up now.zp big crop" is the burden o! his song.
We have the! best dent cigar: in town In another column appears t the advertisement m.ik'ng a specialty of Florida products .

Christmas goods will soon be in maiket. Truby Sternburg &; Co. Your trade is wanted. We have the of A. M. :iShomo Atlanta (h and can place it to good advantage. We

------ goods to suit you at right prices. Come wholesale produce commission merchant. will be pleased to send you stencil and BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
"Sweet Home" It is likely that an old rooster
High grade, low priced- many
and sec tor yourself. Starke Drug Co. This (house furnishes first-class references: !' hope to merit your patronage. '
flour.J. played turkey yesterday.We and is highly spoken of by parties who SoCTIIEItN PRODUCE &; FRUIT CO.. GRAHAM FLOUR, .

M. Truby for alderman. Thut's our People with hair that is continually have dealt! with it. Atlanta. Ga.
defy competition in clothing. falling out, or those that are bald, can OAT FLOUR
ticket Truby, Sternburg &; Co. stop the falling, and get a good growthof On Christmas day the people of New A million Friends.A ,
hair by using Hull's Hair Renewer. friend in need is a friend indeed, t
Go to T. A. Knight's for your dra- T. A. Knight's stock of dress goods and. 1 River will have a grand tournament and and not less thin one million people ill PAN CAKE FLOUR.

peries. trimmings are unequaled. Miss Eva Colston, a charming young I II masked lide. Every arrang mcnt is being have found just such a friend in (Jr. '
I King's New Ii9overy for Consumption
Miss Gertrude Meacbam is visiting at Kentucky belle, is visiting in the city the : made for a grand time and everybody Coughs and Colds. If you have never THIS AN'"D EVERYTEDN"GAT :: :
LeRoy Only two more issues of the TELE- guest of her cousin Mrs. W. 11. Rivers.! invited to go and enjoy the sport. Sir. used this great rough medicine, one

Giurn before the election. J. C. Barry is at the head of the mover trial will convince you that it has won-
Buy your fine clothing from N. J.I I Buy Christmas presents<< earl '. Gtt the'. meat and this insures its success. :Mr. derful curative powers in all diseases of
throat, chest and lun.s. Each bottle is
: Jones. Langman &; Marling warranted paintsat first choice. Lay 'em away, they will r Barry invites Starke to turn out in a body. guaranteed to do all that is claimed or '

Black faille and armure silks at T. A.Knignfa. Triiby Sternburg &; Co. keep. Our goods and prices suit every- money will lie refunded. Trial bottles HOFFMAN BEOS. .
body. Starke Drug Company.Dr. Mr. J. C. Boswell, one of the best !1 free at Starke Drujj Company's drugstore
In seeking the men we hope tho offices known and most respected citizens of and John A. King, Lake HtUler.
gill find the best of them. J. O. Haynes our popular! dentist, Blown wood. Texas, suffered with Large bottles 50o and $l- 1
If you know a local item tell it to the left Wednesday tor Hawthorne, whither! diarrhoea for a long time and tried many Those Wonderful Giants In Town! .- BROS.
different remedies without benefit until
t reporter. Never before have bad the chance, he was called to perform some particular
you Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea If you wish to see them call\ on Starke
$7 CO will buy a good black cork- right at your door to see such lovely dental work. He..will probably be. absent Remedy was used; that relieved Drug Company and ask for Beggs' Little HOFFMAN BROS.

screw soil at Truby, Sternburg & Co's. goods as we show. Starke Drug Co. until to-morrow (Saturday). him at once. For sale bJ Slarke Drug Co. Giant Pills. Every bottle guaranteed.
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to beat the cattle or Plot 1>*t. C. M. SPARK!MN & CO. :

t$k: !rMorft Conty TBlurliJk I THE FCSH STATE NEWS FROM OF FLORIDA EVERY SEC i willing the lit to teg make,tere.oitf. From the. Woldridge Agnaltur'ft.1Prof. writing to the L U. D. MINER; -DEALER IS-- ...

more. than 1,200 Angeles (CaL) Times arid referring to a
mtuvts trrrr rcr&Ar AT4TAREE. .
just completed ite conmunieation'ofPff. Hilgardin.which
!:: BRApFOel CO.. FLOE1DA. Watchmakerand _.. _. ._,_1:4 to r&L
; nine COTS in the dry I was set forth the fact that the soil of I BTE WHISKY .._. .
t' meet 01 lEtcmt CUppwi tram Oar ti- CORN _._.... .. ...__._ % %.11.
for and California .__ __.._ 24 %.1r. .
called does not need -
not to
potash successfully .
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MATTHEWS & FARMER before the 27th i inst produce citrus fruits, takes the RtI --------- -- --- .__ _._------a: : .
; t.. fwrpU aid the Jcyelop- J Jeweler I f APPLEEAMT--. .__._._ -2-4 J. .
: Editors and Publisher. scmt or Oar &eeovceL *s provided by law.. opposite ground and advises that plot WHITE EArn WHEAT-WHISKEY w _-. ...... 5 se -

SUBSCRIPTION $1.oo A YEAR. tests be instituted by the growers to settle Starke Fla. :3iUt i l tJ) an tote Jai Ttete jpadaUj.

--- :- --_. -- The potato crop of Ham !fcn coanty is a colored- woman 1."- the matter satisfactorily to them .

: ji-4 in tke Pottf-fox at Start' Fla., i. suburb of Jack selves. -
eimply enormous. __ a S-tarke. PIal'
at tteond tlatt MlJU,. mother of twenty-four This we think i is a go>l idea that the _
The Eule Fruit Company from Assortment
ChiI I and the number i orange growers of Florida might profit Largest
: TLe f'. ran phnw more \a rxm* ago and Los: Angele: Ca'.f ba openedan in reference but ] BROS
twelve girls and twelve I jy, not only to potash MORGAN

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tion. The eood old fashioned sugar boilings from a few months and to the different methuds of cultivation. P. O. BUILD1SG.STARKE. FL.%.) .

-- --- - --- are now going on and the small DOT is : .

:: ", Is the Uui .dS>t-3 tUrc .re?> idtoh happy, as veil as bu elder brothers and Julia worn is in.a com It 'is- It would be an easy matter- for the or- and Jewelry NEWSDEALEBS.SUBSCRIPTIONAGEH

I/, *> ; .\ frt't'mur.n3 cd ;1J,( OJd father and mother.-FL Meade Pebble. to lay his off into ,
two of the children ange grower grove
Special attention given to tLe repairing of _AND-
: Fellow: _-_-_. __b._ ._ : On Monday night last the LeeburgBofldinz plots and on these separate plots to. apply Clocks and Watches. OoM work done al

t I andan Association met and __ different brands and kinds of fertilizers

: A.EttICAS an.i I Fr.,:rti rl5t rtanu- of .1:P. Parker.'living i reaozabI rztes.I '
j. bared 2,000 at a premium of between and note the rtsolts. The same plan Wholesale and Retail Stationed
1t tart, are destroying the bnsinets for of Ocala, was crossing
J., 40 and 41 peT cent.-Lfetburg Commer could be followed in the matter of cultivation -
the balance of the worM and pa rticul!rlyEngland. ferry day before yes
and by close! observation the -DEALERS IX-
: cial.One the ferryman '

Lundred negroes have been his gin it went off be grower would Suon determine beyond iCi1 1nstrcmentnd Mercha.vli Wall Paper. yoflile E.VK nreto0i r .

i I.v tome cf the hotels of Lccknow and brought from Sooth Carolina to woik on his abdomen.causing doubt the best plan of cultivation and I BOTANIC :'-. Full line of School BoJa and Supplies. Legal Bank-. In'Jfur Pri:1 '

. ; Cawnpore, much frequented by foreign the bg! SL Cloud tujar plantation during was about 20 the most valuable plant! fci to apply! ctivtd. Christmas Good* in Season. ,

travelers there signs which read Meade -.' -
are -'X1.-Ft.
the grinding -

!. tflui:"Pleue do not strike the servants." Pebble. leaves a wile and seven I Sralbt From The East.A I BLOOD BALMA
a son-in-law of Mr, Tho Mnsic& Honso of P1odL Nervous

: John B. Jackson's dogs caught a red burned lay at Mos> Sultan ut TorVey out* said.A thoroughly tested Remedy
Only flTP&I1OStt1M1FII on foreleg t* rroaaed at the pain in hiil bea&Ob.
fox with a steel trap on one of his "" FOR ALL I
tarorii wife,

4 veritable British railways slaughter inlfe&l:railway, but there eerrants was near his place yesterday morning.The lights bare not be-n I Ana wish I as TWJ jay ekk math ot thU I were life.dd. BLOOD and SKIN DISEASES Manier Lane &. Co., I Debilit

of the recover it by ,
owner trap may
Over 500 employee were kill d and more days on account of But bis wif.who 1I'U 1.e. aiweeFI : I Thii standard remedy CM been mea. I
I apply ins: to Mr.Jackson.-Tainpa Times.Moee in the line. The It JOB will Plies l>n U bat try.oflbe and not found wanting!Jcu.n.,for who forty ha.S.un ased by It Successors 5 to A. B- C"ami U-il. I ,
than 3000 an ecJDen }
\ -in a wrek- for aiit3eaes
the successful colored wish certain an'1 unvarying r.1cceu We will scU and deliver at yocr r c >rest *ta-
Johnson by the city cocncil And then JOB will*;*akOf for which it is recommended. 11
I ,< mallard ttee Priiet with pral* just &a fcish." Brief fails to t-n.tlt from the first d0**. tion first-class I
mSt Jy view of the expiration of the Edison hunter yesterday killed twenty-five e in the route of the ea-ckly and effectaally driving out &l1d. i Pills I

Env.nJ of electric docks at one shot on the prairie. has been in Dr. Pierce's Pellets cost only 25 cents I AM renas from tbe system and tnroceatn kiaters -
patents in the price prog- II tn- medium (.1 the sna. liTer
and they are guaranteed to cure all the or InjonooseSects. and
unpleasant *
fat and Moee read- wlttoot any Pianos OrgansFor
down from These decks are very As the moon was I of "
lamp ha* already ome roubles! which spring from constipation, It Is nottae resalt ignorance

4$. 61. to la. 8i. with prospects of fly deposes of them at eevety five cents t for the ''past week ndigestion. and billions attacks. If you cr rapemition.sensand but a Itoroogb it is founded knowledge upoacocu&oa ENGLISH BRAND '

redactions a pair.-Gainesville San. the lights was very have any of these troubles, why don't I of modern niedical science. It ertllal.y and Its, money:: than any hoes* in the State.Ve -.;,.
greater soot; Bunflea and enriches the blood bnngs aranuintrumtnH to be as represent -

-- --_ :: --- P. M. Colon, of Bronson, was out ona work of changing you follow? the example of the Sultan of health it u without to the a safferer.rival and As in a its rt'nenlloCIC analysis oftealtb \ *d. We will ship a Piano or Organ to The only srenoine car for lost Manhovf1.

Kansas edited in few Turkey _ _ iTlnC properties i* Is absolutely honest man or woman en trial ac i- THEEE a newepapej cotton buying tour last week for Ep- completed a ever anr r.r the
b.ond compua with any remedy not will freight! both tation heart. Premature Decay,LiCt'of
incurable of we pay
Reward ; saii-fattory
by a convicted thief wnos tbUfaasist- Lummus & Co. tHe bought will be better lighted $500 for an case o '.red\0 the pablic. It 15 a paa3 and for all- Confidence. Inabi ity of the Married
person chronic Nasal Catarrh offered by the Ills resaiuuB from Impure war?
-:1" an s are a forger and a \ &.and pub- round ftix .-DeLacd Supplement] blood-the current of life: quickly: I Icrei (either s*x) and I esponae-icTvaIUf irhX
abcnt :, ( pounds manufacturers of Dr. Sage's Catairh Mftoorol& F.eza.skI.Diaeae follow in tbe trail of youthful Errors Iiz.,:

t .bed by a gang of kn ,wn felons. Its some 15,000 Wiiliston, about 15,000 morning Jackson Dor- Remedy. 50 cents; by druggists. __.. a-ed. 'EJ.er.Bladder ptlo. _1U47d Ca&arTIa. Cash or on Installment. prntne. aid"guarantee.. ..
.: tffire is in the State pe itntiary. at Archer. 50 bales at Joceaville and Di* *M ftm aaale Weak- i .,
I barber who was deaf Size of! d I'otatoe ** Serrooa OtoeaM : I Sheet 31LLic, String. \IQl Barjo I 1jsilireV these PILLS IOevervhivg dh.;
12,000 at Trenton.-Ex. beyond the depot Guitar-, Accordeonami in fact every >laica I claim fot tbem-so EtrcntM
: A celebrated aeron&ail aseerl s. after pa- Tie size of seed potatoes has been cot- INVESTIGATE FOR YOURSELF. Jnd Instrument from a Jews Harp to a my faith in them that TOO can return.fl1aL
'f The we ever saw was on about 2 P. M., I Book of T lable TInforvuttioB
th/t largest potato 5- for our Tree tithes donozbeiyyou.To =J
l ; tient investigation the ninth day sidered at the Michigan Station and inI toeetter with a wonder0 Grand Piano. -
I exhibition at Mrs. Bengtson's a few days on the railroad track fal array of certificates of resnariab.eceres f'/':'; pece choice maic at ten cent? per introduce thee PILLS I wilTsend KJupaid
of the is the mtj?f rainy of
moon bulletin 03 the results of the experimenls'there to the OXE DOLLAR
is The mail train from the from tie slmpMt moss.jir- cojyr 15 copies; for II W.Any : a large PAttAsn
: whole twenty eight.SJK) 4 o'clock in the ago. It weighs tweh'eponnd twenty- and at 12 other stations, ase ulent failed.dieea.These.. afer certmcates all known testify wita VEO Lett xft n.ic pnb iied at 23 tl'J) percent which ought tob iUficJentto cure any.

afternoon the rainwrt brar| of the day. seven by thirty-one inches in circumference The engineer saw the tad uncertain! sound that Botanic B1&.X 0 below pnfaltber* price Defcili'y. for only 2') cests:enclose to!

< and was raided without a particle of and blew his whistle, given. It says that a great many grow : aIm Is the best.CheaPt.Blood quiek55t.Nkt.Pr.er ever "Send for free Caralcgse.! two cent unip in A letter with your iddn f
do not give enough of the potato f r eit and most powerful written plaiaiy. and you will receirethgPILLa -
THE mttruncnial record has been fertilizer, on common land by Mr. John and reversed bis en known to the world. Jacksonville, FloridaGSHAGKER&SON by retain mail }
botCea. 1
better than $5.00
eeed. The half ia a pp.cz-LCOperbott1e;
Leatt-n by a woman i Y Vanlne Obio. Bengtson.-Orange City Dispatch.Old remained on the track, potato I For tale by drujr-K'.if not send to us.Add. i With the posiUve assurance on my ptrt'l
; email piece i and where the vari-tiw are that will never regret the ,
could Atlat. Ga. you day thay.
the engineer :Jdo, I SLOOP BALM CO.,
: She has buried her six! husband and man Smib; who directed: small even more will be needtd. .. came in possesaoa of this price!remedT'"

T has just consoled herself by taking a hunSng the him and Dorsey died very ri i whose influence besides resrorioj the r1taorC' j
treasure operations near The total and quality of the potatoes - -
injuries received. yield Uy;.::";: ;:.;.: extends itself to the intellectual! ,
,-, seventh. A rew York:' company, refused shell mound in the reservation, says are very decidedly increased when ( i ies, elevating the ernocion dL-pelliD.UIe

to insure his life. bane of life and restoring i.s ble.ing. '. ,
: has of finding
not given hope
: up there ia an increase in the seed up to a F1odllCellPdllillzar < Read the following testunoniais aii

;; treasure yet but will commence I II of the bea'thfulnees certain point The whole potato does wLetber I am curing peofle.Tbe 'a.f:
Tte reported xnnroYr; the Congo Free "7
search again if be can find some one Times gives the not give perceptible increase over ""
:1 \i, State In 1802 of Emi. Pasha the famous pat the finances.Tampa residing in Hillsboro any Rally.FLORIDA trial_ package' Nervous DeUfi f
up necessary half la much better
but the

half! a one, Pills TOO seat Joae Ire good. I was troubled)
t confirmed when all
explorer was Time nce 1831. There were with what I called! rheumatism
than a quarter or one-third. In nearly ; in my thighs'
;; of Lie papers were tcrcra over to King in the family. Those TRUNK LINE. awl they bIp: *l me .' yfl
: Fishermen report that there has already all of! the experiments the results were ia ,f H. ).WrKTTE, WutonIo1fl.. 93
Lepold of > whose
Belgium, uno r patron children and their:
r the had lie appeared in the river an unusually favor of the half potato and only asmall Khort Line to Tampa and South yiortd .*. .-
explorer to Africa.
go down "Send of '
through those
re- me some more PILLS
of shad. Oar fishermen in favor of the two-eyed
:r \ large run percentage syEO-
tbos done
sect me me SOX1CIt"GOOD
three .
;: FOB the first nine inojiths cf the present anxiously waiting for the first of December numbering scattered over all : TASDARD Jac Qnm.TIME-Jnly toot of t.Hog&a ISM. TralM It. trail tb t thought would send for moresof .

to arrive when they will begin were over tern.A them. ','
year the import of jcharopagne have Manatee DeSoto and Jons WATTEEI, Cbllirgton: X, .
crazy woman named Black was arrested -a .
promises to be the most season .. ,
only amounted prosperous f'i
o *
; 220,415 cases, asatainet they have for Of the total number sev on last Thursday by Sheriff Ilagan :* I Sovta.Ko Dtr1ll. I I ,.
I : 233,827 cases fo: the corresponding years. old while o eM -XIMTF\CTTEEES OF- 'Find stamps enclosed for two more puk
tf' years only and confined in j jsil l. pending an investigation .
period in 1892. Another bit of evidence Advertiser. azes of your nervous debility pills as Uv el j
I died. Of the fifty heads of her mental condition by [)rs. J. >o. T.I| iyo. a. x.io. got of you before did me more good than]

J stowing that tinges are bard. I During the month of October democrats.! Morgan and Welsh. She believes that, 4$5p1134aLY Fero&adiaaArjS14p MaM DPIFS Sasb Blinds MonIn.in any mf ficj. I have ever taken." _' _..

-I--- tons of phosphate were shipped TOpl24SaLv' C&iluikaa Ar a oip T ED. Fn t--ro:p. Frederict3bnrg,0;
farmer into two men are pursuing her her for the S 4S I'll 21 pAr: Baidwla Lv 2 P 6 Ma t-
Indiana produce ISO000, buewla Tampa. So far this month 7,000 tons a came of murdering her with chlorcA Tpl2SOpLvJ&cksoavilI.Ai tlPI MaUp Mat! ri tf"Received ,
of horse to a tree, leaving I 59 tl B7pLr Baidwla AT I lip 135& s the raediciii, tbink ir good '
: com, 40.000,000 bnel* of wheat,4C- have chipped, and it is p I JJLUILLLU I "
She she them
infiate that
number of articles in orm. can see 40 p 2 n pAr: Laney LT lflp 4Ns J wilortl- romemnre' '
t000.000 of oats And OV the court house yard. 11 21 p1: 2 52 e4h* LT IS 54 P 3 4* ail Builders Hardware. .
of .
timothy bay yearly. : It baa 10.000 the month. There are now five .
them out to others. On other subjects USTp 01 pAr! Waldo LT'U S5p S U a .
;: 000 fruit tree*, beariiiff 0,000,000 bneb veteela waiiing at the port for across the street a 12 !t al S 41 pAr| Hawthone LT!, 6S P t rcceired your medicine and am
l .0."J and home other arti she U quite sane and intelligent. On Sat UMa| 4 11 pAr: Qtr Lrl1tSp1Is! much plea!d witb it; it has belpedml e :

eli of apples and 4,00000 peach room to take on carp urday she was allowed to leave for Atlanta _?.--! 4 M p'ArUr' 8prtApL -_ "NVinilow and F ncy Glass a ready. Enclosed find mon for another
But colon f Oeal LT 10 S7aU U.
------1-- away. a t 05 a f.OlpAr package. T. M. \nn.'s. \VestTiltef!
It On Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs.B. watch. where she eays her father lives .12 a' 8 U pi r wndwood Ly S 15 a 11 M pO7aTiOp.tr Specialty. .
A zoo's bone baa agava beD used in street was quietly 6 : Lacooche LT $22&541p .
R. Milam and their children and informed the and who is weil to do.-Palatka Adver 6 12 a 7 11 p Ar Owenjboro I.T i 17 a: t It P
a lie* York Loepitabls jn repairing the 6 29 a: 75pAr Dade CIty LTHpr WftBJaJ t pI Charleston S. C.
l broken leg of a man. The patient in poisoned; by something they ate for supper started in hot tiser. I t2 a; I !: Plaat city LT S 8MaJ7 lip $500 REWARD ;
and became sick. I T t5 &1 9 25 p Ar Tamp LT' Sp
violently Dr. --- -- ------
who to be
.: this case was 60 years old. The proved a i J
T. Green was called in and will be- j w : oL I sad 4 carry the Atl&zata.TampahUman wi I be paid for a case of Lost Manhood.Exbaasted --*
j,: was performed thres weeks and probably appear tIeeeis.cx .
ago Weak Pateitatiori"
with the faixiluntil the next I G. W. YOUNG Vitality. Me-nory, ,
,. sicceca seems awnred ijrithin the next the peacsto answer for .I For Colds I of the Heart. Premature Decay. Lack <*/

.r; ten days. j at o'clock, whn they were out of Herald. i I Da1y I DaDy I Daily j'I ConfiJence. Inability of the Married oil
ger.-Leeaburg Commercial, Itou.. I No. 31 110. 42 No. $2No. eiiber sex, and Despondency, that I cannot ,
Coughs Uj "
-- of the F. C. & P. ,: cure.
4 l:oa 15 P L"t1d1Food &r 20.10659 General Now after the *
; Blacksmith reading atoveifyoa hate
At an inquest held i ir in While playing Wednesday last, Croup Influenza and '
England recently have trains running on 525. G 4Q Vj.H Lburg LVI $53 a10; 009S any doub's about me or medicine do ifeDd.
Hadie Rell. of W. B.Bell I :0 _. 1 t- Itr Ta1'arf" Lv S 25. 8 sOp my notj,
daughter Capt. '
the evidence brought to light the Bound extension be Bronchiti, '10 .' 8 o It,.\rropta Ly 7Ua55Sp but if you really want: to get cared lj'-:

queer fact that the life tHat .L_. .. ..r Wlattt Park L"I 4 &' 379 been a Practicing Physiciai for a great many'
: bed been injured by liquor dealer some means swallowed one of them. I The roadbed is now tlWJ 1 1..... .tAr Oviedo S 00 a"tl SIp I I years and during my experience I hare

wbose bar be chiefly troniOO. This crave tbe little girl much pain and and but for the ex 4J t'lraia. marked tau are daily except I i never come acn-ss qnite as good a remedy:;-
=. practice in said to obtain to a considerable physician was called, but the and storms during !1I"a1" I iI I Is kcated at the old tinshop. where he is NERVOUS DEBILITY as I oflfcr bereit ?. -
'" is one t f the most valuable! remedies ever
'. txtent in England. ; I Ito' could not be removed until this of tbe summer, which Db.iv.l I I DaUs., I j I prepared to make or repair a'l kind, cf iron discovered and if I was a younger person 1' ".

I--= when, in a fit of coughing, it the besides the .. LT VVaJdoGaa 'U 11 .' 1 ttin or wood.wcrk. lIe will make you a would advertise it everywhere at 11.00 a..oJ
.. Ar rrOI LvU2a4.1 t'' package, tat getting alon r in and having )- .
brougt -Fernandina News. CHERRY PECTORALthe i2op. wagon or repair your coffeepot: make you years ,
The navigation of theDaad Sea H the np. which occurred ,...]Ar Archer LviOU already made a fair! sized"fortune minT ""i'4
Ar Cedar K> LT f 45 ___ a pieror repair your luggy; sboe your medical "
: latest step in Orientat The Work has been resumed on the road would have been best _i : j practise I tave no desiie now to 'k
progrew. horse fell
Lear* Archer daily except Sunday.at 8.Mf. or jon a Chicago Aermotor. get rich. all I care for now is to see how many : .
Sultan baa Bent two Bailing veeeels there lantic. Snwanee River, and Golf railroad.fleaching to begin running by of all anodyne m. for U.UtoD.; Early Bird and Eagi. Mlae,r Now, Mr. Farmer it will pay you to find people I can cure so that they may enjoy > '
I bare Le JJtne* d.J.nc.vt Monday at*Ma.
;. one for freight and and tone for passenger out from Starke the road which was the B. for Arch"r and lnvrznedlat point out all!! about this windmill, it can be used life. Now remember for a shot t time longer'I 'i ,
expectorants. will send you ONE LARGE PACKAGEOF "i{
;, *. Abdul Hamid is going to try to Traded as far as LaCrosse, Fla., and the company, but as it I I C .' 4 (WPiLncAjatl'SUAGAr.1 0a'' 5 Mp for any purpose that wster power can be THESE PILLS if von will wrap np two -
to act. 1. 00. 5 02 PI1Jel1oa S 66
I 4.
make money out of this; salt bitumen iron laid tc Sampson City. The been unavoidably de Prompt I 11 :0 a': 5 H PAr"A.r hernando Lvi, 1:0 p4 s 3 JI P P put. to. When you are in town call and dimes and send to me within ten days after p:
1 ,O a' Ii : l.urnee OIJ 2 01 learn all about it. It does ;you rt-d-ive this paper. I hope to bate the. !
-I-. sod tulphur of the laie.:. will be p .!bed with all possible the present force of Sure to CureIMJOFKvSIONAL. _,. .:; sP.4ar C p.sr Hovio.a..ma LTI T 2a. __.P_ not take a wagon pleasure of hearing from you at once.

,;,wI. ; during the next two months as t8 the road will be I -I 4 a:G1 p LvLacoOcheLBAfl S 5&.ii1 load of money to purchase one. but it H "iL I oe successful! or do you prefer lobe' &

:' : The chief cf the United States road matt be completed and running service on the above r 5' a'' II lQ p\rTarpon!!' SprupA 1 20 a4 T 2S p worth a big pocket lull to you. a lifelong! sufferer?
: Senate ,
I __ ___ __ I I 15 II II 2. pAr tlItherlud Ar J 01 a Tee" Enclose two dimes in your letter.and send
stationery room holds bin of Dee under the LaCrosse by the first of January.-Floridian. is. : I a' I 4 pAr C1Mr.a Ar 15 4S al S 4T P Geo. W. Young, at once to
S a2 to 113 .0 IJAr! SU'.lInbartrLT I 40. 15 II P

: title by which be was elated years ago the city officers sos..1. 2. 5 and t da1l,. T roll<1i Pallcuaf'er"r Dr.
"Mender of txftmeen 1 am and SuaTUIe 5 Starke Fla.DRUGSTORE. A. Smith
Quill tboagb there is I pa oa and .
Mayor Burnett refuses 'Jo sign the at the city jail found E.] ;:STEWART: M. I:. .. Ocljr one change between Tamp sad ,
S but one Senator who uss a quill pen, ordinance on the ground of its cot bein been tunnelled from the i CLlea. w. KaLia City and New York. Bertkf

-,' '-. and the chiefs duties arc now quite unlike properly drawn. In the first section the brick and three I, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. I I sold tbronsb to thm potaU.w _ Avon. N. T mIHXTOS

L thoee which be firstassnmed.A : ordinance reads "that the police under sentence. .for. Officeulth Starke Drag Co. = J
----- -
"ML .t. DivisIon I and you WIt!receive a large One Dollar Pack-
-_ impound all strange animals." ) ped. Officer Mathews STARKE, FLA. \ -- &gebyrettHjim3jJ.

.t... A KEW statue of Dianft, snjBlIer than Burnett is of the opinion that the / at the court house
-"IO.: No. :.i| (No. LI So. i4flp
r.- its predecessor, baa ben erected in of anima! the police would under have not yet been re POWELL 1.5. T ( 7 OC'a. l.iJ JaekaonTUIe AT 8 4Tl0 lOs SMITH 13 EEUABIE' ...1 fIRm

t-; front of the tower entrance to Madison law, have a right to impound ehoull tramps whose sentences : $45L.lT.sLv Baldrla LT $ Mp ISOs F'BUC' "t nDI3"E.W. .- -
E. Square garden New York. The former Tate POll lI. M. D. and J. C. Wills. M D. 11 07 u1 k 10 a'/,r27a'lC Lake City LTLTJ S IS P 1151I40 \J. WEED, Cashier State Bank of Avon. *
enumerated. The ordinance the remained inside the cell tender their pro'>fiIoDal w-rvitm to the ritlZt'DI U lialAr; JJyt 0&. 15 11 P 1 4s
: etatae was twelve feet in height which farther states doss The of Starke and FDirounding conntryfulls iS.oV br Madison LT' ttpLTU 2 III.
not make ,
any provision recapture. only I promptly attended. __i1z ,5 1 I.H MoriTlorlloTaMfa8 LTLT S 2Sp ..__ S
: ,, wu disproportionately large. This one for feeding animals which to dig out their. III a.' I J5 \>\. :! **.. I 65 1. 45 J .- -
: ia bat half that size and makes mach Office at Dr. J. I.. (;Catkin Drn Store. S10a33li.r| Qalnrj 47 |
a reads that the police shall have the power were the tin plates in _840 a! 4 2\1.i-l riav-jrJaaetJonLT_U 09 ruiSOpU

more effective picture. to impound animals found on lots were given supper last < ; 'fI 1'1 .r 1''I..Coa LTLT I 10 a, t 4sf GENTS"WMTED 1
FRAZEE. .j 1 ISi JI.r Mobile tit a
-- ---- -u. inclosed within the city limits- the sink of the .J. ___..t74erN&.s i 'irkansLi-Z$5pI.| -----, I J. L. GASKINS, A'

." An eastern physician has taken a patient's points be seriously_ objects to.-Gainesville left a bole In the ce, ATT'Y AND COUNCILLOR AT __.__._..., a S> 34 10 f tI:Ar Cn.ro. : LT I.T i 1 45 10 PII|!._.__._ DEALER Uf 2 2To

: finger and engrafted it upon the Sun. soft dirt through which LAW. _. ".11 ('%:'or >, .oi" t.y1 I 7 46 P;.,:-_.-_
patient's. excellent .' 4_* ,._ir_ ;: I .' 7 ft-i. and
lace and :
= _
: forming an A special from Tallahassee the second escape: from Room No. 1, JODV lilcxk.STABKE. : Drugs Medicines
: much needed now. The SAD Franchco to as weeks and FLA.FJ. 1. 2.S '.> di'lT, P'lilinan -<"pJa.ekaoiivI -:. '_I... handle scarce goods. VTe have an
Times-Union, say: Governor many i ', ....] \., ;.r,,. on I nr.ti i opening for vou. If Ton wisl to earn
Examiner facetiously! obeerre* that it is hare the jail lined I TruC : .r .1 M.>rv. (.MVW T%i.J...>-S Ma. Starke Fla. mone/ quietly and not .ok"ery
D returned from an eight days' outing m. "..- .. ,.. t. .: .*. .a.-nrdz.b.tI. hard. The business, is and
not too much td that who light gen-
say a man to FIELDS. ..
the gulf coast. Regarding the prevent a repetition Lt&"e St 11.:1: z>i r),. >m* .... shrewdare
teel.Men and that
women are
.. .
makes little where CO"lo" ni 0' toll" fur ...YW.
even one nose grow .-Orlando Reporter. Physicians';; ;; Prescriptions Carefully Compounded getting rich fast.
Corbettfight.be says: "I had hoped Batubr.d.e. "I'R h..ill. .J flndn-
b1 none baa been before is a public bene- BRICK MASON and PLAS- natl. at all Hours-Day or NightWI. If you want a chance to make five
believed that
factor. my instructions to a very pleasan one TERER. thousand dollars for yourself ea,ily

: sheriff of Daval County to prevent t noticed by the close fcTARKE. P4rta..dl..h ,... .! ..>tat4 llouleNo during the next twelve months write

fight in Jacksonville would be the crankii are getting j-LA. :t-i--i r .\o. Sl.Xo|. 87. ns tor our cantidential terms.If .
z. As the result of one ease of smallpox in Agents for Camp Rro? Hrlck. .SO-|.[ U To n'I i I -- I'i 2.OpISSOs- L.. DOUGLAS you will answer this within the
warning to cause the parties in DeLand. What be t Mi\ll_ \ _19. ., 1. l.VJ.J_" 43 pi/ 7 MSjude.v nest 10 days we will send you a 'am
Tenn. -----
cChattanooga few ----
; a days ago, the fight to des but if -- -'- pie of our goods that will be worth
6tj can't
ompnlsory vacci nation bee been ordered ; my say; of them UII" .Ja. ....,,I.. ''': .rn"OJila dally ex- S3 SHOE NOhP1 --dollar"yon. Addrer at once.BOXEAvonN.Y..
is correct, it seems that I was mUtaken.It be presumed that COMER PEEK sept ( ps- .' 1-ruaud1na for CtU1opllllfIFe. Do
by the Hoard of Health. Physicians employed I ,I'nn'.rI", n I.'d., J..II.11 r.laD toi JOG wear them? When next Ia need try a pair..
appears that the parties interested other section. It BruIl6",1 i, k. f nt..lnr! 'h.' ("" bcrlao-l RonM and test In the world. .
; by the officials hare inoculated Fire Insurance ..
oiaLlcK co-in' 4 f.rI.D.. Atin&ra.C'iott
the inclined *
fight are to defy the : tbe early days of
: .. 0,000 people and probably 9,000 have our Boom ird n-'r't: i ..t.r,, pO!lat. Son- $5iQiaOo No Tostal Cards Jlnswored.
authorities to the end that Florida was made Repre.PntR I.J\'ERFOOI. & I.OSIJOS.iLOln:. day t:-,:D i 1.-a i .." .-i.itf S 40 a m f..rT'i
: been vaccinated the up I'JW\IJIE SCf:. F.rnsnI; MOO : 't 5a
:: by family doctors. be WAlIINflhN. (mus .b arriTt-s iii.kout1iS.ISp.iii z !:i
,I disgraced by a prize fight. But cranks and Baptist SECOltlTY. and HARTFORD Fire an"oan .

) The council appropriated $1,000 to meet shall not be done until every power if you threw a brick fS-Mje1:0": J lots of I'aD 'In town n and 4t0! t 2.00FOKIAOXS
the tl 3nck.onval.s- A '" ill.. (via Laic thy
expense. the State is exhausted in efforts to prevent and missed it you STAKKE. FLOniDA.Itradfonl )ldc"D"rj ,\tl& t&I.) 2.00 J. WISS & SONS'

:. it, and any officer, whose duty it hit either one or the No.S..I| No C __ _ |_N'o._a._I Nol.T I 12.25 $ $1.75 PRACTICALORANGE
ONE of the two statues be set in
; to
h, up tOLprevent. thin disgrace to our civilization or the preacher-and socuru 7 t.o6PI& I4ct.r! 'I.a An 9 2Sp- 56& 12 00 ---s FOR BOYS
: old ball of tbo house of 1 C/O a S 10 t. J : urll! ArT a''
the I'! "c i" 40 8 47
representatives p L'
and to the State and who *
fails to the other-the crank. ---- -- S 10. 67 I' I.t t. .'tJ Ar 5 30 a1' < 10 p fOft CLIPPER ';
; ----
at Washington, is that of the heroic his whole duty in the premises, will when 426p .05" L'.I! Ari0l5I03Q .
no meeting Lodge, No. 42. }'. & A. 31. 1 0 I 4.It '.' "Ihllt" AP C M 10s 1.75Sls Length.TV tucte
missionary, Fere Jacques Marquette, most summarily dealt with. I don't DeLand (and our town Meet Thursday 1 r... t 011 ijLv It .11..H.r"..r I I 68 I'll 555 _
the French explorer who made with night before tbe third S aTzop' 'r : :.tl"' 'p .. 441. pS
think that the fight will take place in public meetings in Its Sunday ia each mODt;. .._ t5p
H"Y.. .'. lOp 4s 1.1' ''''Iolar 3 : _
Louis Joliet and U,. others s remarkable Florida. I shall issue a proclamation ) that some long haired \ >. I'. WAI'RIGHT MALPHL'R-i.W.Sec. M. 2 L6"111 5 1111" r I.. ii.-b- ",'< t 3 3C PI. __' '_ If IOU want tjM DRESS SHO& made<) fa the latest t -
canoe trip down the Mississippi in 10 00g. Clar \\.h.""' ". s 10 s styles don't $6 to$8 tr
directing every she-flu" to do his utmost to to bore the people I JO..I ''l.t.\1, N.V..,:. I 301 LI-,,_.._ $5 Sboe. pay ay$3$3.0,$4.00 or
'-,. 1673. They Are generally considered to prevent the fight coming off in this ideas and 11 Ct 4'i : -tt1-t- -. -. They fit eqaal to custom made arid look and
State stump discord. May Lodge No. 1O, J. O. O. }'.-I:"sular I'' I. e U. wear as welL It ish -- .
I SOa. : I you* to economize III footwear, D
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-- the great river and, with the exception counties nlKht In their H all. Tran. I026d7trKi.n.; ., :". 1a_ price rUl.fully .,and any tounJ defective wi11i5
to co-operate with the sheriffsin deft, and no tears lent brothers cordlalJr- ; : .1840 stamped oa the bottom,look for It when yea buy replaced.

? ; of Da Sato, the first to look upon saving them and their State from such his departure.DeLand I Tltd. K. W. llACKETTI' Ticket oQ r.Depot j \ftt.t tisy ;...corur >Io ; W. F. Malphnrii. \. o. luol of U..a.a .. J ck'oB> .. Hodges Alverez than last tnuun. It U the only practical Clipper
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PEACHES IN FLORIDA. profitable than the latter. There isan ESZS'cur I .A-

i': THE CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO. interval after the very. early varieties .

AN INTERVIEW WITH MR. A. H. from Florida have: been marketed and SHILOHSCURE. .

MAN VILLE. before the peaches from other sections era

The come in. when the market is comparatively -
Varieties Th.L10 Best. In the Sooth- .
bare, and prices A majority -
cm Portion of Florida-The Peento and go up. I
.(f of planters confine themselves to the .
-"" the Persian Strains-G. L. Tabor's WorkIn .
earliest kinds, with nothing to fill this Congba, Hoarseness,Sore Throat,
Peach Culture. Croup promptly; relfeyes Whooping Cough f
From The Pabor and Asthma. Poi Consumption, it has no
Flneappl gap."The Peen-to rival:has eared thousands where all others
is of the
: "Why is there such a diversity of, one very early failed; will CURS YOU If taken te time. Sold
varieties. The objection to it is its ttat: .by Druggists on ajruarantee. For Lame Back
opinion as to the value of the peach as a or Cheat.use SHlCOH'S PIASTER. 25 eta.
shape (this uniqueness some consider an
money crop in South Florida? asked the
and the fact that it JLOHVATARRHREMEDY
advantage) requires
Pineapple interviewer, of A. II. Manville -
very high fertilizing and culture to pre- ?:
the well known fruit grower and
; New York Charleston and Florida Lines. pomologist."In vent its ripening unevenly and with a Bave youTStarrh 1 ThU remedy Is guaran I

a State where natural conditions I bitter tang. The same is true of other I teed to cure you. Price 50 eta. Injector free. l'

The differ with flat varieties produced from Peen-to seeds. -- .
to where ---
Magnificent Steamships of this Line are Appointed every, locality the soil -- --- -- -

3ail as Follows changes with every division fence, and, Of the very early varieties which are cessful peach culture South Florida With the
: "Ha\ only complete bicycle in the world
i-. where a large portion of the fruit cultur- the ordinary round, peach shape, we ing selected varieties adapted to plant ,

CALLING AT CHARLESTON, S. C., BOTH WAYS. ists are novices, or amateurs, you cannot have the Bidwell's Early, Maggie, Yum your location and purin\ 'worked' on where every part of the machine is made from A to Z, is it J

(IT,1l1DABD TIKJ:.) Yum Florida Own and number of peach roots, and planted them ofi a soil any wonder that Victor Bicycles
Prom Sew York, From .Jaek.oDYllle, expect uniformity in results; especiallywith i a are acknowledged leaders

i- : tPial 2a. E. R. tiTEAMElt Florida. the peach, which is exacting in its others of local reputation; of these Bid- suited to fruit, the remaining) P-J"-:tes' There's no bicycle like Victor, and no plant so grandly

l'oPtleJs)'., Spt.. 21:. at 3 00 pm ..................YAMASSFA'.................. Ron.Jay.: Oct 1 at 9 UO III requirments, and will not adapt itself to well's Early may be taken as the type, of success are high cultivation and fertilization complete as the one devoted
FrldH.v. 2J. at 3 00 ................. .. exclusively to the manufactureof
pIn SEMINOLE; .................. 'l'hursday. 5 30pu1 particularly fertilization.
at 1
k I TOlflday. Ol't... 3. at 3 00 pm ...................IROQUOIS................... Sonday. .. 8 at 1 30P'fl uncongenial surroundings, as will the from which none of them differ in : inessential this king.of wheels.
; ; Friday .. 6. at 3 00 pm ................CItEllOKEF................. Thorsday. 12 at 6 OOP'fl orange or the pear.tt respect. They are all seedlingsof the successful peach growers on the'
t Tue4ay. 10. at 3 00 ................. ..
.. pm "I.OOXQCIX ............... Snnday 15
1.'rJday. n. at S OU ................. .. at 8 SO pm "But the Peen-to. first in sandy lands of Florida are liberal fertili-
.. pm YAMASSEE................. Thorsday. J9 aUI SO pm where it receives proper attention Lastly, but or- OVERMAN
c TOPMday. J7. at 3 t'fl pm .......... ......:iE UXO..I. .................. RODday. .. 2'l zers. Put on lots of it, of the right kind, WHEEL CO.
at 1 pm
'rlday. .". :?O. at 3 00 pm ...................IROQUOZS................... Thursday. 26 SO on good average soil, does it pay?" der of merit among the very early peaches ) BOSTON WASHINGTON
Twda. .. 24. atl: 00 pm ..............CHEROKEE................. Sundny ". :,'11 at at 7 I 5 30 00 pm pm persisted the interlocutor."It AVC have the AValdo. This remarkable and stir till: soil from early spring until DENVER SAN FRANCISCO.
: : Frida. 27. at 3 00 ................. .
.. pm .ALGOXQUIX ........._....
Thul'Iday : "
; 1.0..day. :ti. at 3 00 pm..................YAMASSEE.................. Monday. sov... 4 2 at atll 3 00 00 pm pm emphatically does. The first shipment freestone, combines the good qualities of mid-summer, and then let the trees rest. -

of Waldo's this year (June 3th), the foregoing, it is as vigorous as the "Now a last word on the most-impor- --

; : St. from the orchards of Mr. G. L. Tabor, at Peen-to, bears with certainty and prolif- tant-of-all subject-fertilizing. Apply a W. HILL. # -
Johns River Line. icness, fruit its advantage potash-phosphoric-acid fertilizer fl. M. PAPWOBTH.W.J.HIIL&CO. .
Glen St. Mary, (Baker County), netted a; superior greatest in the

: $;.19!) por bushel." being, that, while it ripens as late fall or early winter (Novemberor

For Sanford/' I nterprise and Intermediate Points ..iJiU Baker County is in North early as the earliest, it blooms a month December-that's) for fruit; and an

: on the St. Johns Biver. Florida, on the last dip of the high later than the others and thus escapes ammonia fertilizer in early spring (February ,

r _ _ lands above the coast level, and in topo- danger from late frosts. his a Peen-to ),and perhaps again later in spring,

|: The elegant Iron Side-Wheel: SteamersCITY graphical and climatic conditions be- seedling, of the ordinary peach shape, that's for growth. A soil rich in vegetable -I 411: --jg ESTABLISHED 1873.

OF JACKSONVILLE, longs to the continent rather than the but shows plainly a dash of Honey blood, mould humus we call it, or where /SANFORD; FLA.:

Capt. W. A. SHAW. Florida Peninsula. How about this which adds materially to its quality. In I the surface is mulched. is an ammonia I II -

; FRED'I DEB ARY fruit in South Florida South Florida, the foregoing very early I producing laboratory, and needs less of THE!: WHOLESALE HOUSE FOR

I T. "Let me see, Pabor Lake the home of varieties are marketed May 15th; to June this ingredient. But there must be ammonia -?.---- Hardware, Stoves, Doors
Capt. W -
LUND. Jr. !
a Are a'i| oiuted toHuil from .1akonjlIe.) dally the Pineapple, is far down the peninsula 10th. or there.will not be growth. You Sa.N Blinds Paints lead.
except unity. at Z 3.T; p III., and (from Sanfor will ______ ,
r daily! in Polk; no, still farther down, in "What are the varieties, that fill in the soon learn 10 proportion and apply S A.,. Brick Lime
except Sunday, at 8;00 a. in. the fertilizer
the upper end of DeSoto County. Well, interim between the foregoing and the according to the needs

: SOI-TII ItocND-KeiiJ down. SCHEDULI:. XORTU: --Itoi'Mt---Read-- if you will just step over into the ad- Georgia; peaches?" of the trees. There is an i important pointin Oment. Iron Lead

Leave 3.30> ............................... .. ...... ...... .. up the of fertilizers Sewer d rl
pm JacUonyillo ... .............. ........... use that is not laid re-Clay Pipes
have 8.30 pm..................................................Palatka...............................................Arrive.I.ea 11 43; pm joining county of Osceolo, at St. Cloud, "In addition to the above very early vari- ,
tr Leave 130 am..................................................... ve 7.00 pm down in the books, namely: The soil S- And all BulM.ii .. tirlai,.
Leave 2.45 Astor........... ............ .......................Leave Z.dO pm you can see for yourself how the peach eti sthe Peen-to has given us the follow- 1. '_ ; l+ Write for Pr'c.
alO..I':1.: Fruncls............ ...............................
t Leave 500 am.....,........................................ Leave 12 45 pm thrives in South Florida. If must be in proper condition as to ammo-
ISeresford...............................................Leave 11.45 you happen ing varieties which ripen in South Florida Manufacturer of the
t Leave 6.00 am..........................................Blue Springs..............................................Leave urn nia supply, before the jiotash or phosphoric _
1l Arrive K.OO am................................................Sanford................................................Leave 11.00 9.00 am along in May, you will find them gather, June 1st to HOth, Bidwell's Late, Barr's t
Arrive 9.15:>> am............................. .... ............Enterprise...............................................Leave 9.30 am am ing fruit of remarkable size and beauty- Late, June Beauty and others; these varieties acid will benefit the trees. Cart- : Patent : Section : ladder
-- ---- ---- loads of these will ,
substances do
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---- no good
General from trees that tower skyward like a are much alike and of
Passenger and Ticket Office SS West very none
Bay Street.
Jacksonville. without FUR
ammonia. First ammonia for -i&4&: -
1 M. H.CLYDE. A. T. M.. forest growth with trunks as large as them superior to Bidwell's Late. The ; _
P. M. IrtoX IOXGEIt. JR.. Fla. Pass. then ORANGE GROVKS CTRK
1 Agt. growth, potash and phosphoric acid PROTECTOR
5 BOIII'UnA' Gret'n. New York. 1 88 West Day St Jacksonville Fla your body, and a latteral spread of Angel, however must be placed at the PAINTERS. ETC.

TIIEO. G. EGIR.T. M .)XO. I.. HOWARD Fla. Fr't Agt.. branches so wide and thick that it is impossible head of the early varieties of the Peento for fruit-that's all there is of it."
1 5 ISowIing U/een New: York. Cheapest House in
Ft. Laura.St.. Jacksonville. And went his deter- the State for
ye reporter
J. to team into the orchard way Pumps
A. COLE. Pa npnger AgeDt. J. A. I.ESLIE. Sanerlnlemlent get a class. It is a freestone of great vigor

r 5 Ho ling Ureen. New York. Ft. Laura St.. Jacksonville. Fla. anywhere. Although these trees have and superior quality, and blooms a month mined forthwith to plant a peach or Iron
AV.M I*. CLMtR & CO.. General Agent, chard. Pipes Spraying and
t :3So.De1.areAv., riiiladelphia. S been planted six or more years, they later than the others; the Angel and Irrigating -
Howling Green, New York ,
; show no diminution of thrift or prolificness. Waldo alone of the Peen-to race jwsseses 1'ecan Culture.

A glance at the market -reportsfor this valuable characteristic of late bloom- Pecans may be planted at any time Oufits, Plumbing, Gas .

I THETIERMANIALIPE May, and the prices obtained for ing. after the nuts ripen until the growth

peaches of such quality, will convinceyou "The Imperial and Early Cream are starts in the spring. Plant in rows three Fitting and Tin Roofing.

of their profitableness."But ." early varieties, probable cross of Peen-to feet apart, four inches in drill. cover two

the trees at St. Cloud are on the and Honey, but more nearly allied to the *inches deep, and keep the ground clean .
rich-as-cream, inexhaustable, reclaimed l latter,of which the 'are seedlings. They by good culture. The trees may begin

lands. Few orchards are, or can be, are a decided improvement on the Honey t bear at eight jears, but one can hardly
INSCURANCE located on such soil. Most peach grow- and succeed throughout a much wider expect full crops under fifteen ;years. i

M3 have to deal with 'pine land,' whatof zone. The pecanis along; lived tree. There ?, Buy Trees ci the Well-known, ReliahleJen years tested

their prospects?" are no data: to guide one in estimating:
"The latest thing in peaches, is the
NEW YORK "From St. Cloud, cross over Orange, quintette of new varieties! Colon. Fredi- I exactly the longevity of this tree. But

into the high, pine hills of Volusia nand, Sangmel, Taber and Triana. Mr. it i is safe to say that it bears for at leasta. @ GLEN ST MARY NURSERIES @)

: Issues a policy that coinhincs insurance with an in County, and interview Mr. J. P. Mace, G. L. Taber, whose Glen St. Mary Xurserit's' human generation and probably

::i whose peach orchard is at lovely Lake l longer. 3ATSTIHA ORANGES. bMdy sad.rlj. PECANS best ? p -Shill vwUty. CAUPKOI YZEtS.PEARS. .
vestment gave us the Waldo, and introduced 11 ktndi. tmmimi. itock. WA ToNUt'S.En*..JspU*C Wor U TEXAS UX3ULL&.
feature. All ]policies mature in ten fifteen 01't Helen. Here is a letter just received The pecan furnishes a good shade. PEACHES. eo TMl.tle. new and old. CHEBTNUT3 Jmp.n M.mmoth.Int. G&EVILLU "O.11I'1'A.
- the Angel, originated these five varieties PLUMS belt Japan and B tlve torti- OLIVES and APKICOTS. J( GIIOIo1A. 8U..1I'1.0.
t from Mr. Mace, continued Mr. Manville Only the best quality! of nuts should be JAPAIT PZKSIMMONS.varietmUlterted.rIG s ni; MTTLBEKKIE3. S'JAS8 'I'UrOLL\'I'A.
twenty years. which were first brought out as Taber's OKAfES. good auF"I>...l: lud.II!, kind. POMEGRANATES. KOSES. 80 mrlsUi..
"in which, under date of Oct. 17, .. .. ,..
J:' planted. The rich, sweet, oily nuts of> isLher kind- ioi of th -wrU Torn bat you want.
numbers 29, 33, :Sl.-'B( and 31. The PINE- FREE: !-li..1 tn.-I'''uf run, In suion: anti our u and tnormatloa as to adaptability to
1893, he says: 'My experience is that it the thin shell variets nrethe mu'b I perl.i.1 of .
best to plant "lIur lut"ality.wllrth more. For: InMtanee.we one variety' wbcb I we .hlpped.I4i
will pay m best to stick to the ear- Ari'i.K should be especially interested )h..I"I:1ln 1 ";.I".1 this h.n one of tIe hundreds of varieties testl'd We' have built our reputMioll
they attain. large size, being sometimesone Ofi "'"- Ifnrksome say lh- /,,,.t. All Kx- lo>ernor OI *IB. itf'S'fhe,are beauUes.so admirably
, liest varieties. I usually commence these, being a winner in the prize uarkmi ax ti,...b'lII.| > A iiovlcp. ii4 even many wlip pretend to be eiperts.." ITompl and careful
ToLiveandWin which and one-eight inches in diameter and 'Uf ntiun to .orrMi'oiideiiw. I'g'icca reasonable. Catalogue free. .
15th; and close about June competition, gave them their
shipping May ,
-III. bloom late two and one-eight inches in length. Theyield G. XABEPl, Glen St. Mary, Fla.
names. They obviating
15th. I had a fine crop this season,
full-grown trees varies from
150 crates of danger from frost, give a succession of
shipped strictly "fancy"that -
barrel of about too
ran from two and three-fourths to fruit in June, when the very early varic- pounds to seven I I ill'
barrels. Upon the size and quality depends Alodef Business College
ties and before the mid-summer
Is Our three inches in diameter, selling for are gone
Motto the market price, which is all theWI'
nearly seven cents apiece. sixty-four to varieties come in. They are seedlings of
from five
of ll.i: croosed with the y cents tofiftycent.s a poundIn
the crate bringing $1.50. Mr. Mace's seedling Honey,

fruit was of two varieties of the Peen-to Blood peach, a native strain of the Spanish transplanting seedlings, experiencehas
proven sixty
family, first seedlings of the parent i race, which gives them their red per
< T Tnoiii'QiiPD in bear' true to seed planted. The bulk of
Tile Stroll Co. Pecn-to, but of the ordinary peach shape f ilesh
ilLllo llMdllliD the nuts on the market are from wild, .
and not Hat, or tomato shaped, like the "Mr. Taber hasas jou know.given us self-grown seed.Transplant .

J latter. Instances of sums full peach many valuable fruits, and demonstratedthe
soon after the leaves fall
For full particulars, years and rates apply to culture on the pice lands of South Flor- hitherto unsuspected value qf many and before the sap starts in the spring.As ,. Only College of the Kind In WMca None

ida could be indefinitely multiplied, you old sorts. If time permitted. I should But Expert Teachers are Employed the
will find them in section." the pecan trees usually grow very
every .
l like to digress, to mention his Excelsior s. Various Flourish
G. LOPEK BAILEY Manager. 'Do you think variety of importancein large, they should be planted from fiftyto Departments.---
plum, a cross of the Kelsey Japan plum Ing Institution Which Receiving
here seventy feet apart, being closer on
:c planting and the native Chickasaw, which, in Most Liberal Patronage From
PAL ATKA, FLA. "Unless the variety planted is adapted poor land than on rich. The first two
vigor, stamina and quality promises to Every Section.---Time and
to the locality the most favorable years the trees should have such culti-
STATE peach fill a long felt want in South Florida or
4 OF FLORIDA AND GEORGIA- ; Expense Reduced to a
vation will down the
soil and other natural conditions, with as keep grass and
to recount his success with the Satsuma Minimon There.
the most generous treatment,. will not i weeds. After that they will take care
which, vigorous, prolific and
bring success. This is a peculiarity of orange of themselves. The tree is not especially
bearing young, uninjured by cold even There are many Business Ccllezf in
1L.'P. R. SWEAT the peach; where one variety succeeds partial to any soil, but will thrive on all
in North Florida, and yields its handsome the Scutbem States bidding for the patronage -
another fails. Speaking of the peach high-flavored, "kid-glove" fruit if not too i>oor, and in both high and low of the people, and claiming to COL. C. W. DEA. .
generally throughout the country, while land. This tree is subject to no disease give the cheapest course to be had any-
\ full-ripe for the high prices of the October SUNSTRUCK IN BATTLE !
- where. To do this successfully, they almost !-
, there are a few varieties that can be suc- and to very few insect pests. The pecan
Dealer in- market:"" we have had the Satsuma invariatly employ cheap teachers, DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., EriTHAmT
cessfully planted over a more or less is closely related to the hickory.-Edwin I"D.-I must liar the KontoratlTNerrtn*
who desire to learn and follow the -
with us these but it remained for profession
years tin'! Nerre and Liter Fill hare done me
widely extended"area, most of the varieties Montgomery, in American Agriculturist. of teaching.
him to out and demoestrate its great good.
I Dry Goods Gents' FurnishingsAND are very limited in their adaptability, point About two years ago, Messrs.\ Porter 'OH YEAIW riAVE NOT FELT A3

hence the innumerable varieties propagated wonderful profit-yielding capacities. I Keeping Sweet Potato Vine & Anderson, at Macon, Ga., conceived a The starting WELL point AS of NOW.my disease was lit

: ." have grown it as a unique and curious For the scheme bv which it was possible to lead I sunstroke received In battla before Port
benefit of
fruit for dozen fifteen last your readers I will all other Business Colleges in the quality I Hudson,.LonMana, June llth, 1863. Up to
""'hat the best varieties for South a or }ears, year the time .
are givetdirections[ : how to keep sweet potato of instruction and to successfully compete of beginning to take Dr. Mile
Florida1" I budded !)00 bearing trees with) this va Jt g Remedies I had bad a con-
vines through winter to be used in with them in prices. Their plan H MO tlnual distracting pain in my

GENERAL MERCHANDISE "The peaches grown in other peach riety. early spring for seed. Cut the vines was to do the work of tf-e schorl room head; also weak spells. and the past four
years I have had to give up everything
and with the assistance
regions of the country, and which are "To return to the peach; is there any close to the hill; take knife and clip off themselves, of of an active character and stay In the
and able teachersBy
: but experienced
none house
for months at
My Groceries arc the Freshest t. anti my Piicea the Cheapest. CaU and sienie known to pomologists as the Persian race other important point in selecting trees leaves and leaf stems close to vine, and if th's method they have succeeded in ft time; CURED could not

Steam-Cooked Cow Feed a Specialty.HODGES (or strain), proved a complete failure in for an orchard?" vines be longer than four feet, cut themin establishing one of the most successful! irnlk KErtKIUES across HAVE the .otTfft CURED I KNOW ME,mad TOUR that _
Peninsula Florida.; Not many years Institutions of the kind in the Southern I the will be
"Yes; they must be on peach roots. two or more pieces, for convenience cur permanent. SeveraleTHOUAND
.. ago, the only peaches we grew were native States.It rrfe
& Some years ago there was a brief furor Select a place well drained. liaise a lit- is if the that.
rarely. ever, case *
ALVAREZ seedlings, not of the Persian race, here ar*using your remedies,and all speak
over the Marianna; plum as a stock for lie mound the size you wish your hill, young man or young lady attends an) well of them. Yours truly.

but having a long ancestry of their own, the peach. It proved a failure and was about eight inches high in the middle, other Businees'College if acquainted with eO[... C W. DEAN
; -DiiALHIlS sometimes called the and the of their National Military Home. Dayton,O.
IN'ji Spanish race (or soon abondoned everywhere, except, sloping to edge. Now put down a layer their methods success

strain); but these ripened too late in sea'' strange to say, in South Florida, whereit of vines, two inches deep; cover with should graduates. Every with pen them.on interested DR.cure MILES'TTERTTNE for Headache.Neuralgia is the most Nerr011 certain --

Cood.st. son to be a profitable market fruit. Florida Northern correspond *Prostration Dizziness,SpMmsv Sleep
'ji Dry gives out quicker than in more fine earth, and so continue a layer of ]e*'ne.** Duline... Blue., and Opium
1 must get into market ahead of the sections; here you still occasionallyfind vines, alternated with fine earth until This morning the fish dealers at the llabit. Contains no opiates or dangerous drugs.

: i. Alexanders of Georgia." someone advocating the peach on you form a cone shaped hill. Cover city market were flxided with freeb fish Sold on a Positive Guarantee.On. .
T t : :Soots Shoes "Later we obtained the Honey, a new the Marianna. Trees on this stock are this with corn stalks. or anything to from down the St. Johns River. Meeers. MILES'PILLS.60Ooscs25.CT8.,

type from China; it succeeded in many absolutely worthless; three-quarters die keep dry and keep from freezing. Vines Melton and McCormick, dealer, saj

localities, but not every where, and it was in the nursery the first year, and after are much easier to keep than potatoes, that there were about 15.COO mullet :Sold:! ByDrujria'-s Everywhere.

;1 not early enough." being set orchard, the remainder soon and in January or February you will I brought up to the city from points be- ---

I;T: : and. Hats "The Peen-to from the East Indies succumb. I have seen thousands die, have: nice vines to plant, much earlier tween Chaseville and Mayport. These A WOMAN HAS

: was destined to give Florida a peach 1 but not one come into bearing, and I than sets, and they make the nicest and fish were laying on the docks in piles .
g4;; very J! tJ. <1 lr to enjoy the pleasure of
HEADQUARTERS FonI which met all requirements. This pecu don't believe there is a healthy three: smoothest potatoes. As vineless yamsare and more were being constantly added aid Is entirely on fitted for the cane of loo*

liar shaped fruit, a good variety itself for old in the State. Stear clear of kMplag or say ordinary <'utl.*,if all.ktH wU
year very scarce, very much more potato from the steamer May Garner and small

i I :t : Gents' Furnishings South Florida, has been improved upon (the peach on the Marianna." seed can be saved by this method, and atthe t boats. The dealers were in business: SICK HEADACHEDAY

; by selection, and by crossing with the "What are the other requisites to suc- same time a heretofore useless partof t neck deep preparing them for shipment

Spanish and Honey types, until we now I the plant utilized. I have gardened I to various parts of the conntiy. The AFTER DAY

S h.-' CALL STREET have, derived therefrom, a race of catch at Mayport and Sew Berlin last .
several and failed
never to .. ..
I years save And yet there few dlea nat yield ator.
t peaches, of superior merit and earliness, A POOR SL.r.zTlTUTE night was unprecedented. All were promptly to proper stedics atmat. It i-
. : vines while
netu- potato at same time I have .
for weU kirjw -
STJFt:: Jj-'LORID a large and fat, there being no better food .../ "e Itn; utmost Import4tueat a rMt.
:", / 'r.-: .. and peculiarly adapted to our soil and cin&pays in.u-e profit to have had all my potatoes rot.-Texas fish than the St. Johns hiver mullet 'Is remedy shoal alwaj be at hand. l>nrlb. a

:' ) t; !.: ------ -.--- ---.-- _- climate; in its origin and limitations, a a.,dealer That's, when the reason he sellsit. he: Farm and Ranch. The fisherman get two cents each for: period ol more tbasSIXTY

i semi-tropical fruit. The South Florida annoys you with his them, and all were happy to-day over YEARS'I

'to J. W. ANDREWS planter must make his selection from claim that it is "just aa: Catarrh Cannotbe Cured their luck last Dl Jacksonville Me I
that is
: good. And one tropolis.
kire ka been ao butane reported where *a<
of if he would
this class suc-
" peaches woman with LOCAL APPLICATIONS ....
reason why every as they bar* not b...perasjuati) and
ceed." who wants DoctorPierce's cannot leach the seat of the disease.

; :! i. : Livery Sale and Feed Stables "What varieties of this class do you Favorite should go Prescription to a- Catarrh and ii in a blood order or constitutional disease PROMPTLY CUREDBY
to it
cnre must
.. S recommend? elialle dealer. vWKtBE All fLSt FA&S. .
take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Bert Cough Syrup. Taatea Good. Use
: doe p
-4 t : THE FINEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY. "That depends: upon the object the ,? .i.1 t want Every it, if woman she's sufferIng Cure is taken internally, and acts directly In tlma Sold by druggists.CONSUMPT4QM. '** tk ...C a slag!*bet of the f... ..:>ad Jnrtljseparated

has in view. While all varieties H TiTT I from any ailment on the blood and mucous surfaces.
: : : Prompt Attention and Reasonable grower UMPl peculiar to her sex. If r Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack med
Ji\: \ Charges. of this semi-tropical race of peaches are she's "run-down," or delicate she needs it icine. It was prescribed by one of the DR. C. MeLANE'SLIVER

early as compared with other' peaches, just as much. It's a special tonic,that buUdaher best physicians in this country for

.l pr1lmmerS'; Teams and Draying a there is a difference in their time up cures; a legitimate For every medicno female, that complaint"correctsand and is a regular prescription. It is years composed Artesian Wells PILLS, 5

the only semedy so safe of the best tonics known, combined
of They can be divided into and weakness, it is
ripening. walca be wfll
may procured at say drag store er
If it with the best ,
,1 that it can guaranteed. purifiers act-
a.ndcertafn ,
.# Specialty. varieties. It be Baited 1O.1IY; address on tie recelptuflie.uis
I early and very early doesn't benefit or cure, m every case, youhave ing directly on the mucous surfaces. The IRRICATINC hi post af rtaapf..
.f : pays Mr. Mace best to stick to the your money back. perfect combination of the two ingredients PLANTS Fnrehasers of these; Mia kkonld be ear /al to
:.. :,Stables in Brick What else, can bo"just as good"for you? is what Waterworks and Sewer Dam/ilnxand) Mecbuleftl procure tae swartae article. Tier are severs
Building Co)". Call and "I 1 linnipsoii Streets, very early sorts. On the other handMr. .- "" produces such wonderful I CoDitmctlon of nil bind*. OalTanlied Iroi-I oeaateriMU on the Market veil ealcalatee' ttdeceive.
esults in curing Cetarrh. Send for Tae Dr. 3. lleLaae's Celebrated

testimonials raeaaiae
Taber in a recent 1 litter: 'I 1. advertisement is unnecessary to Water Taika aDd *rectloo of the.Aermorto
i says, A long Liver fWf Baaataetared .
One Block from free.F.J.CHENEY&CO.Props.. are eely by
Depot.Starke need Dr.8aje a tpeclaltj. Write fur estimate
: ,
have found the early varieties those:: that convince you you RemeLI Toledo. FLEXING BBOTXKBS CO.,
Its makers ,
Catarrh. FINICAL
for A KING.
dy your
j1t ::: Florida follow the very early sorts, even more' I for a case they cannot cure. Sold by all Druggists, price 75c. -- 5-. r-. r.-,'

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_-i T-4.,,. ,.. 1'I. I SAMPSON CITY; Al< FAIHS'1 ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Are those Tho who World's use Beggs'Fair Blood Purifier N. J. JONES Twi/ @Fs FaipEI! / =

.- Ij Air A i.;. Cassels spent a It purifies the blood makes the skin clear

| the city the past: l ,,week looking after his ; Don't be too s'ow In love affairs-: and bottle the and compkcjion note its wonderful beautiful. effects.Try a WITH uis-:--

\. ",(. 'II' turpentine interests i I Such methods are unwise; Starke OEIC GO'SHILOH"
,.... Sold and guaranteed by Drug
Mr. O. L. Pugh and wife accompanied Some fellow with more diligencp
I pan,)". _ _ .
? : : oYai by his! brother \Ir. Tom Pugh, of Thornnsviile |, May carry cff your prie.To in ;
been formed
be a viiiner brave anti strong, A class for women has Mammoth StockLEADS ,
j Gfire: visiting their urOlht'r,1|'I' In life's tempestuous whirl, Hniiford for the study of parliamenlvrypn'ceduie. ; ; I : Lti'rE'Y, I I F'U'nB! I I

Mr. J. 11 Pifgh the proprietor of the I I Embrace your opportunities l : ; : I I i ;

R.verside hotel. Likewise embrace your girl. F
Arnica Salve.

Baking* Mr. Meigs of the A. jj. & C]. railroad I The best Eucklen's salve in the world for cuts, THE THROE. !-

accunipanltd:: L by Col. C. L. Peek, was ia T. A. Knight: keeps: the stock of kid bruises, sores. ulcers, salt raeuni, fever -RECEIVED THE---

Powder sores, tetter, chapped hands!' chilblains I I .
the city the Past week.Mr. gloves. ___ corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively ---

Mrofafefy J. >l. Oliver, the Sampson City I flash, doors and builders' hardware! at cures piles, or Ile) pay required. It

Pure dude, expects to spend Christmas with his Trilby Steruburg & Co's. is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction My stock is now complete in every HIGHEST AWARDFOR
., or money refunded. Price 25 cents per .
.: A cream of tartar bak'ne:oowder. Highest cf parents and best girl in South Carolina. -- Iopk't'r fine box. For sale by Slarke Drug Co., and department. Bought for the hard
Now i H the time to our
1[:: alt in leavening strength.-Latest U. S. Government Our public school, under the able and : Jobn A. King, Lak Butler.Dr. .
Staikc Drug Co. 'rI? 'l'EUIIEA'l' I>A TJ NT.
f." Food Report. efficient:: management of Miss Virgie goods. cash direct from the manufacturers
---- "Never-Fail"
Fever Cure
:;: 4.fI RoyaJ' Baking Powder Sew Yoik.BRUNSWICK'S $ Co.. IM Wall St., Richard, is progressing finely. All of the Union Thanksgiving: ; services were heldat may be Powell's found) on sale:: with any of the fol- and foreign importers.

t- patrons seem to be highly plcisx-.d: : Aith the First Presbyterian chuich yesterday! lowing: Sold Only by T. R. Sweat.

r'.. Miss Richard as a teacher. morning. J. L. GASKIXS.STAUKi Starke. Fla... Such choice and tasty bargains
_ _ :: DItCH CO.. "
': I- Mr. fl. C. WainrigUt, oir esteemed Blue mottled castile soup and fifteen (;1:0. S. ROACH &; BUO, New.River, .la.IL I Iha'c
and much value for the
<< so
and of the C. P.-\HKflt: &; BRO., money
wnsmaii popular proprietor
feyer epidemic is other kitids. AH pi ices cheapest. and U. S. YOUNG.HAUVEY Hampton, Fla. A. M. SHOMO'
Ponce de Leon hotel has moved to Staike JAKRETT, Lakeside. Fla. been offered this ,
Slarke Drug Company. never in market : -
;: '., ;about frozen out. best, It. W JONES.: aCrosse Fla.
,.:" for the winter We miss him very LUKE:: DKAWDEY. Tine Hill 'la. -ESTABLISHED 1876.-

"'. '. ---,--- The Ponce de Leon is to let. Messrs. J. S. Grimier smith II. E. Fox- 31. M DRIGUEiiSV. Dekle, Fla.. or elscwhcrc.1JRESS.
JACKSO "LLE'K newpaper morning \ L. BLAIR, '
Mr. O. O. Delegal! the monkey of worth of Brooklyn) are going heavily L. JONES Turpentine, Camps Wholesale Produce Commission .

/ is to be called The FloridaCitizen. Sampson is quite a. curiosity in his way. into. strawberry culture again this season. JOHN:1(. C. GILL A. KING, Lake"Butler, Fin... ,,

(tr : One would think he had just escaped from ----- TOWNSEND BROS. ". '! e --DEALER IX ALL KINDS OF
T. A. he has tea different !'
}' ----- Knight says: : J. H. IJOWLINU,
Barnum's circus. He can be found in the S.J. PRESCOTT::; Sampson, Fla. ri'oduce.iliiF: ana: cg.eUtbJeg
f PROGRESSIVE men! should bo elected time if Mr. ttyli-s: <;f Spi lag roller window shades C. II. IitlVGIITOlidolletJUrg; : Fid. ,
woods around here at .
lJ:..'.- to the vacancies in the city any trom which to select. Price 50c to fl.OO. '; ,, Providence. GOODS. NO. 11 SOUTH BROAD STREET,
Barnuin wi&hes to recapture him. -- ---- --- W. 1<. BYNUM.; ; Fort White, Fla. .

,;' council. __- ________ Messrs. R. Q Cassels & Sons have commenced We confidently assert that we keep the HENRY HIGH SPRINGS& WILSON.MED. CO., Drew High ,Springs Fla.ODOMBROS FIll.J 1 1i A tlao.ta:7:: : Georgia,,,

cultiiijt; turpentine boxes. They mo:, reliable shoes in town, and l fell them H. JOHNS Houston, .". i Refers to Bradstreets, Banks and Business Men of Atlanta. ..
IF Mitchell
Corbett and cannot JOHN ;M. (CARY, Melroso.(
Dreso Goods
1: expect to cut about ten crops this season. at living prices. Try; us., Truby, SiernI J. H. WEEKS, Fort-White, My Department deserves -
4' fight Jacksonville they will F. J RIVEKS. Newnansville "
in. go Miss Alice Wainnght is spending the I I burg & Co. "
J. G. COLSON, Litesville special: notice this season.:
down to'Mexico, where the bulls do week with her sisier Mrs. W. M. Peek. -- L M KOON, Mason, JOSEPH ECKERT :
The announcement of F II. Morgan\ G. HAYS, LaCrosse. "
I battle. :Mr. S. .T. Prescott is having his hotel
for alderman will next. week ;Mr. Black and Henriettas 48
--- appear Southern Chemical Co. << ,
renovated und furnished for the winter .
.:..: EVERY issue of "Floaida Life," Morgan would! make a good officer as his
season. Tourists can be assured of first- Stance, I inches, from 50c. to $IJ9 per )'arJ. National Bakery 1.

,f it; -:, publUhed at Jacktopville, fairly bristles class accommodations. I I01lCE I/ recoid has piovisn. Sole\. Mi'rs.Skin ,

with Florida history and ro iN A WlIILfi.Heaolutlous Presents for all. Presents to suit all. Ckambcrlaiii'ti Kyo and Oliit

;: mance. "A Noble Exile" in the --. of ISespett.-- Prices to suit all. They are open to all. me.it. '\,: All-wool Cashmeres al $Oc. per Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes of AllKinds

t A certain cure for Chronic $ore Eyes.
Come before all are picked over. LilY 'em
r.: December number from the pen of The following icsolutions] of respect Tetter S.-.lt Hheum. :fcald::: \ Head Old yard. : on Hand.All .

jf Mrs. Beatrice Marean, of Ocala, is were passed by Bradford Lodge F. & away, they will keep. Starke, Drug Co. Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema Itch.

Ih" 9 charming: little story.SAWTEU" A. M. on November 27th. 1893: Mr. It. II. Giccn writes to state that it Piles.Prairie; It Sciatches is cooling, and Sole soothing Nipples Hun-and Broadcloth for ladies' dresses, 52 ORDERS BY MAIL Will BE GIVEN PROMPT ATTEHTJOB.Bafcery .

'';'''''' --- WHEREAS, The Great Ruler qf: the uni- was $1.25 and not $2 charged by Warren dreds of cases have been cured by it after i inches at $1.00

; : "i'ot looks as if no was verse has in His infinite wisdom st-eu fit Joidon for the gill he now has in his all other treatment had failed. 23: cents I I per yard. Opposite Corn house

Slh1.t to call from labor to refreshment our Mr. Green also states tint Jor- per box. ForCompany. sale by the Starke Drag: I| Starke Fla
had charge.
f.. sorry for something he just : worthy! and beloved brother Emu Johns Wash Fabriclcs host ,

-Ocala Capitol.] No man's looks theteforu be it. don took the girl's clothes: aud suet ward : I (SimpsonV), ,.

licsoloed, That we bow in humble submission refused to surrender them.la ICY:; ? ;: """
made ,
:;; were eyer more precisely and con to his will in this decree of uii all .-.-- _._--- 1N \ ()UN C I I l % 'TS. II''C' .. "=- 1 1r.- <1 -.j -A. /

cisely sized. Our state treasurer .\iSLe Providence knowing that he doeth the person of Mrs. E. Bailey Starke ".."'"'........."'......"'"'......_...."'"..... 7

.:: looks just as the Capitol pictures 11111 things; .well.Re&oltcd. That. ve cherish the memory can: boast of the only lady in Florida who! Fur ri;lar hal. Dressmakers: should\ see my line of BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL. <9

understands the art of meat cUlling Mrs. The filends of II. Austin wish to an-
-, him, but he means no harm by it, of our deceased brother, and we endeavor : Dress Linings, Canvass and Dress
.. lo emulate his virtue, keeping in view HI: Jcy is an adept and frequently taKes nounce him as a candidate for the oflice!
ilnct is a fine fellow just the same. trials of life of city maishal.: and ask for him the votes: -
.. his patience iu.enduring Mr. llailey's place in (the city market Stays) Dress Buttons, Etc. I am SI! C.
of hc at the December election.
-- in
with for all and hope the
charitj' ]
when it is for him
i. COMMENTING on the importance Et .-'nal. necessary. _.. --- -to be absent. For Mar.shal. proud l of these nice goods, and am Fall Term Opens Monday, Sept. I 11th, I8S3, and Continues .

'..: pf the 1 Jaw for Rewind That we tender to the widow Thousands; of lives are saved; annuallyby
an !
providing inspector
aud children of our deceased brother our the tic of Ayer's Cherry Pecloial. In I wish to announce myself as a candidate pleased to show them. I I 15 Weeks.
}.f. of weights and measures, the Gainesville tender and sincere sympathy in their tile treatment of croup mid whmooaiugcough for time office! of city mirslml and ;TI i

". sun Sun that "unifurmitvs glen and sad bereavement and commend the Pectoral has a most mH'l'lousdIc'cl. ask for the suffrage of the people of

says to the sons the designs left on the trestle It. allays iLii.itnimilion frees the Starke at the December election. If Colored Dress Goods, Mourning j Spring Term Opens Jan. 1st 1894 and Continues 24

now lacking: in both dry and wet board of life by our beloved brother. obstructed air passages, and controls the elected I-promise to perform, the duties of

J.:'' measure as well a.s.! in weights." Jit-sulud, That a copy of these resolutions I ciesiie I to cough. time ollice to the best of my ability. Dress Goods, Wash Dress Fabrlcks, .i 'Weeks. f
: be forwarded to the family of our I II. N. RICHAHD.

::_ Somewhat surprising that our pious deceased brother and a. copy be furnished The unity with which the ministers of Blankets and Fl.mnels.. J -
should be
contemporary posted on this city work for the cause of the( church
publication slid a copy be spread upon the The friends! ofY.. J. lloili sworlh c-
"wet" measure. minutes of this lodge .and that the lodgebe is cerllilily'Cry pleasing. The union respectfully announce him as a candidate Ladies'; Custom Made; Union Suitsat LITEKARY W. W. McDonald Priu. ; John D. Alderman Helen

diaped in mourning for a period of service at the Baptist church Sunday for city mal': hal. 1 I Fairis. Irene McDonald. ..
\VinLE i;; is certain tlat Florida thirty days in conimeuioiatQu\( of his uighl'was the most spirited gathering thai $1.25.'FhiOillSOfl'S. ).3 Inlc-To be Elected.

r' .. would derive a vast deal of pecuniary m morr. has been held in this city for several For Clerk.I l '

t good from the proposed) prizefight : P. W. Conn. )) months wiMi to announce myself as a candidate 1 SUOHTIIAKD, TyvtvruiTiXG: ETc.-To. be Elected. C .
Corsets. )
N. W.HACKETTT, >Committee. ic-eleciion to tile office of cit.\ Glove-Fitting J .

f.f it \js thought by some thai the I R. C. HEIUEKGEH, J Mr. p. A Huh), lepicsuiting' the Palat- clerk. R. R. Joixiit.OIE 61J EXPENSES.
., Ladies' Kid Gloves. '
--- -----
shock to our moral status would ku Advertiser, was in the my Tuesday in .
A. E. C. .; month. Tuition in Literary De-
tv. Board in good families, $10 per
i: overbalance it. The character of Asthma. Bronchitis; and Consumption (halest llIf orders for job PI' lil ng. Or oldfiiend'b ? CENT -- 4 f pmtment from $1.50 to 3 50 per month. ..'. .

V: the advertising the state would receive lesult; tiom a neglected cough or cold.Don't fraternal call was in pleasing cou- :/I I Tuition to students iu Bradford County for the Spring Term is .

neglect but. cure promptly with a tl'lltlo: the tactics puisued by repiesentatives fiee.
i j!: from the event would not be few doses of Beggs Cheirj Cough :Syrup.: of other printing houses who 1 have i----- Special attention is called to my :::3 Tuition in other departments will be reasonable.

Sold by Si dike Drug Company. A WORD. *
t ;all tbat could desired.. been lieic. s1
stock of _-
Great Britain has 11 universities: with ( I
1- ...
As AN carl) campaigner the For pit,) '!! sake, don't gtowl and grumble -- -- ---w -
professors and.\ 13.400 students. Advertisenu I Inserted in this column at one CENTS' AND BOYS'
in the State.
Starke is High and dry aud the healthiest town
because I troubled with indigestion. '
; Tirqes-Vtjkm is H'cond. on1tQ Sena- : you cent per word etch ertion. ,
No effected 'I ---- -- ---- --- ---. -
Shut the Door. good wits: ever by ----- -

r> Vor E. B. Bailey. Thai gentleman You hear it constantly. People] feel the snarling UIK! helling. Be u man (uuless ,I 10( VRS.-Finest: ( in the land. 5c to 10c- FURNISHING GOODS icG)[ Correspondence Solicited. Call on or write
'tlU happen to be j a woman). and! laIcycr' C
r Announced himself candidate } 'ilr.lic Coin
; as a dratighis but they never think of the overdrafts Drug jutIiV.:
..\ :, :tiiisapanlla:; ) which will relieve : Shirts Collars) Cuffs, Ties, Underwear -
nature which the w. w. MCDONALD Prin.Or
impair .
.- for the Berate, from JtTerso.u{ ; county upon and make I you, whether man or woman. |:?OR :SALE: -Pear mu-eiy stock. 1 ,
digestive orguns. the use cf :
i. before the adjournment of the last Simmons Liver Regulator necessary I to I. Sevan! thousand! well-jnown two- Fine Shoes and Half ltc e. F. R. MORGAN, Sec. Hoard Trustees. 1
This is indeed favored section fGod's -
a ( yeur-nlds. C. L. I'KEK. Starke, Fla. G ,
t.:- legislature, and now, just bix months effectually move the liver to action, and I ____.n. ---
great arrlen. 1 he cotton
aid the
and assimilative crop
digestive : powcisof fresh! Cedar Ky oysters to '- ____ __ _ )
after the adjournment the 'l\-\J. go I have: the nicest line of Gents' _ _
the body The Regulator is the med was never larger and ought good price::;; Meachim's.GLASSES.:! f.tI'-:: <.v.--w v"Y\ ;;-. '
icine for nil disorders of thy stomach. ,A.'V' \. "'- \:, 0 ..y'I'5' .
wishes tho the is the have
to open legislative: cam orange crop largest we : ---- ----- and o
Try it and be convinced Boys'for
: paign. Seems a little like ever had and pi\ices are, fdir, and! there: .-\Ve jtuarantw to fit
I Ail l'ic-es. 2.jc; 1''i $ 'all\-1.I Relieves (lltorenea of the HKoai_braDeaa4
p A PuzzleTo was !never a better prospect liefoic the cures GONORRH and GLEET Ia s tot fey*.NGotbUcreatmeDtDeceuary.
the season. Si.ukc I Dna!.! rcmipi y I Ne9ucaases 1IrictIIre-
many ladies is how to keep th/it berry gro\\ers.Irs. BLACK SUITS KI"I (H f byeS any l Jarioua anu ctrccta. I'rice. II. IoL6b7
hail iu curl tl The t-oltilion .
< l on rainy /!}s.
O1UYL'11INU NEEDED fur anything in our line filled
\Is Ask Staike: Drug for ORDERS BLOOD BALM CO..Pro'*. Atfufa.ea.
r easy. Company .
-- ) N. D. HI ;lIl1au; Says that she ly. 'oircsp.wdrncc. soiicitod. : I

I" ,. Plea for Our Couatry Friend Nonpareil will buTexa salwJ.Hair Curler and the puzzle I acted upou the TEI.IOUAP.I'S advice: eaily .Moisjau, Iho.' .. tarkl'. Fla. I I i the least: money, ever offered in I _

t; Th.p pantile 'establishments of Starke ill the fall I to "quit talking! hard: times ,. LEGAL NOTICESk"sheriff's Notice.To .
1 ) U1JBKR goods. Full stock just in.'JLL p 'J'J. .ro. tflfl.t'.IW'fl
f;: depend largely upou the people of the is first iu catlle and cotton, iii!
I r surrounding. country fur trade und j it secoul sugar. t-hcep and mules suyenlh she has s>od! 1 tight bushels of English KDER and by virtue of an execution issuPd on V X TOU are hereby made known that the Atlan. .
U tic. Suwannee River and Gulf Railway
It' seems only fair that the merchants, should in cows, eight in hogs. peas beside! having an abundant supply QEElS.-.4ll! kinds( in bulk only. $ the !Sth day of September, A. D. l mJ.?; from has a petition in the Court -- *
fled Crcut
I K:, Staike Drug Company. \ the office of the clerk of the circuit court of CompQ'
: provide convenience possible if or for .. Bradford Florida. from decree county Florida. for condemn '
emy vegetables her UAH table. I county a rendered tion-of a of section three (3).
t who \ The Great Southern: Remedy. --- led flesh and in hulk. on the 31st day or August, A. D. 1893.: in part
those come here lo trade. Q.GE111 pepper I seven (fl. range tWllty eat situated
: should the circuit court of said Bradford:: countv in a sout (2)
People not l-e deceived into
: Mr. M. .1. IJiinson has the thanks of the ;u Staike: Drug Company.SPONGES. GROCERIES i in way o(
For several months past the writer has hag money for. trashy mixtuies lJl.Y-1 I I : cause lately pending therein wherein' W. II. its railroad countlorid, and all per.ons interested -.
and R. R. et. nl.
I ( policed the inconvenience experienced by to sell. Botanic Blood B.ilm. (U. B B.) I Tl LEGlt.\rn for a s-imple of the oranges .-Big and little at all prices. Wynn were defendants.was complainant I have levied upon Wynn and Wilt in or having liens upon said property ara ot

13k; people: earning! into town with teams which! has been made in Atlanta for the from his beautiful: little grove i.ear; Brook Drug Company.nP i sell before the court house door in the town of require to Court be and for appear the before Judicial the Judge Circuitof

; past til'ttcn years nuver fails to give satisfaction Mr Biinson iI I Aly Stock of Groceries is of the Starke. county of Bradford on the first Monday the state of Florida. Four Clerk's office la
lyn. t hat he never
Caused the says
by absence of suitable bitching II: in December, A. D. 1833: the same being the
as a superior building up Ionic and B.\CIIEW need the i I fouath day of said month and tIt'gsl Starke. on the first :Monday of January Den .
new Qimesiota
Craig -
; fertilizer but has
uses ,
rack*. These people. are compelledto blood puriliier. It is made from the prescription I 11 paying; glOve on X ( Book. Enquire at !orglln':;. very bet t. I deal only in the best of : sale day during the legal hours of wile on that court viz: the to be 1st held day on of that January day in and A. for D. the 1894.county '
.. to hang their horses up to trees nqfJt. { \ of an eminent physician. The the "sand hills. The samples )lilt at this 'day. a one fifth interest in the following: described oNBro1ford. then and there, to show causewby "

fences and if they happen to bring along bottle is laige and the dose small. Seetheir ollice could not be unproved upon. SM SMOKERS I lest cigars in) everything. Pure Lard and Buttera I. county pieces of Bradford or parcels and of state laud of situate Florida.in viz the: said property should not be taken for the 1 "
TAMI'A aud set forth in said or
advertisements and buy that: whichis -ut Morgan's.A The east half of north-east quarter section 22, purposes pttlon. $
p bundle of todder for the horses rifteen )! barred. !
tlmioughly endorsed by thousands of For a sore throat theme is nothing better specialty. No. 1 Meat township 1 south range 21 east, and south halt
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minutes do not elapse before a brown- grateful patients: whom il has cuicu. A than a flannel bandage! dampened with \ RANTED good} ck for the of lot quarter No. 4 or of the section south-west 23, township quarter of 7 south northwest TBO.1 Bcoo. Plaintiffs Attorney. 1

I- eyed cow has encompassed it and is trying trial bottle will test its merits. Chamberlain's: Pain l3al mu. It will i I I nearlyaiWiiys Bun in 110111 at Law toy. Flour, Grits and Meal.I : range::h east containing In all 120 acres more or \ 18937t :

bard to -Mown" the cushion., effect a cure III OeJigh's, time.TliU i ]II'S!'. Said interest in Jallliand so'd tositisfy
:. buggy Eton college in Engl-md was founded said execution. Terms cash, purchaser pa ing Final Proof
lemcdy! iiKo a favorite for rheumatism Notice. do not deal in trash of .,
These pcQurcnces of course lire very discouraging -, by Henry VI about 1443. hIHi any fortitle. K E. .JOHNS Notce.'I:
cured many severe cases: The municipal election! of the town of Sheriff of Bradford County. 14' OFFICE AT
to our:friends from the country DO:; bottles for
"'Silver cent sale by Starke; Drag Co. Slaikc will he held December ISlli. 1893 kind. Highest guarantee !placed on
wY und we arc sui u that they would appreciate threads among the gold, Notice. VfOTICK U. hereby given that the JollCLTiaS
bettetnccoznodations.. Are a sten that your hair needs invigc.rutin Parties who have not paid their taxes for the election of a mayor a nmslial everything! I sell. In Circuit1' Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit of 1> named settler has filed notice of his intent ;*,
z4 Bcggs Hair Renewer a clerk= alnalU'l'r.: a lax assessor !and two (ion to make final proof in support of his clll : .
) If the merchants' would forces ;; )promotesu for IS'JS will do well to come forward and aldrrnvin: Florida-Bradford County.J. and that said proof will be made before. ,
n healthy growth of hair, its faB- l
prevents Weeks. Clerk Court, at btarke,Fla..
? \Jot could 00 enclosed und u flicker with log out or turning! ftrny. Sold and guaranteed do so at once, as the clerk is now makingup By order l of tic! mayor. and city council 1 und Trnhy. S. J. Stern-1, Dec. .1893,vl Circut tn '.
3 by Slarke Drug Company. the list to certify to the comptroller. in council! assembled: COFFEES. burl 1 Strong part-J[ Homer of Lake Butler, Fla., Hd. 80681, -
hitching racks ercctid at n very email It. II. Joisnu. Clerk. :1t'1': doinmrbulncs4uflBilL\ for Foreclosure of fortheCofsv3Se..C5Tp.5M.JL2O& J
expense to each one. Connecticut leads The icdemptiou( of lands after ceUifieil( to .. f ler the Irn! name of } Mortgase.vs He names the lollo\vii.K w itness to prove hla "
in clocks is third in i iII Truby Sternbur : Co.
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Try blended Coffee Java and ,& I continuous residence upon and cultivation of 1
These the comptioller! costs two dollars, but the I my ( I I
: vnall\ mutters. 'i<) n Ions way silk manufactures fourth in colton mills Owen Owens Jr. J sid land viz: ::
"* toward iuduting people to come here to and eight in tobacco. letlenijition; may: now be made I through;: the PENSIONS Mocha) roasted. better Frank M. Byrd.Jacob.Varnes William While. :
Nothing to NOTICE TO APPEAR-TH E STATE OF FLORIDA. I I head.Emanuel Andrews ell of Lake Butler,Flat
6.,. do their trad inc. und we hope to bo able I clerk for twenty-five cents. The list will -- --- II I 10 27til ALEX. LYNCH.Register.Final ,.

l>y next week to announce that union Mr. J. P. Blaize au extensive real estate be pi luted on January Ut Being located near the Government Departments be had at any price. To Owen Owens Jr., Greeting: i j I

'' dealer in Des )1 01 l1l's. Iowa, nairjwly: we are able to give jour claims: better I I IT having been shown by affidavit that the Proof Notice. 'j
(i : Aching rack is au assured improvement. defendant, Owen Owens, Jr., is non-revi-
.,. escaped one of the.eveiest attaCk rf Owing. he says to the fact that he has attention than attorneys located elsewhere. .
dent of the of Florida and that the rest- LAND OFFICE AT OAISKSVIIXB.FLA.,>
Special attention given to difficult; and rt'jfcte.lclaims. I have in state )
IIORRIBIYMANGI4El). pneumonia while iu the northern: pail;; of I' not the time to devote to the duties of the If your pie ent Attoruey dots not suit stock 2,500 Iba. green deuce of said defendant is at the city of Savau1nah. October 28th,j853.TGTICE f "
if' that; state dming! a recent blizzard says; I uilice.( Mr. .1. you and ;Ps' slow write us. Soldiers who have county of Chatham and state of Georgia. : \ l hereby given that the 'ollowifl.ai ,.
the Saturday: Hcview.lr.; Blaizu t>'td j' G. Alvaiez will not be a lost their iliscbargt-s can r{ flretnau Smith Tfecl* Iv Death occasion to drive several miles during the 'I! candidate for re-election us a member of Charges of desertion( removed. No fee unless twenty one years. to make final proof in support of his claim "
.. Vudcr an Euulue.; you get a pension.! Advice FREE. Soldiers the whole It it theiefore ordered considered and adjudged I and that said proof will be made before W. T, .'
storm and was so thoroughly chilled thai' the board of aldermen This statement pensioned at less than tweUo (?12) lolars! per' lot, at the same price you that the said (defendant Owen OwensJr. Weeks, Clerk Circuit at Starke Florida. .
M. C. Smith fell under the wheels of hi WaS unable to get warm and inside of will be received with universal inontt, and buffering front disability in additionto ., do appear to the complanant's bill of complaint on December 2Jd. 1833,Court cj
ri. engine No. 1 of the F. C. & P. railway at au hour after his return he was threatenedwith regret. a.SMr. that named in their pension certificate may pay for inferior and trashy goods herein. en or day of December Franklin S. Fowler. of zt.Florida,fld.2lO6Z ;','
,; of Alvarez has served the town well, obtain incn'nse.inJt'r the new law It is nonecesstry A. 1> 1SSH, in default whereof a decreepro for the nwJ4 Sec 10, Tp. 7. R.20 E. :
', Baldwin, at 8 o'clock\ Monday morning and severe case pneumonia lung; for you to have: gotten any ailments in confesaa' ,,i be entered against the said He naui"s the following witnesses to prove hi '
I. fever. Mr. Blaize ser.t to the nearesl drug always! perfom hung t the duties: encumbent war to get pensioned under! the new law. Pensions lso where. Owen Owens Jr.It continuous residence upon and cultivation ;
: was horribly mangled, null only lived ten store anti fut u bottle Chamberlain's. upon him in a careful. conscientious: : nunner. i i for wiloanJ:; children without: regard to is further ordered that this notice be pubhished salland. viz: :
came of soldier's: death; mothers nnd fathers in the BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, anew Abraham Adrew J,
:. minutes. lIe rose up three times and attempted Cough Remedy of which he hud! often Crosby, Crosby.
I I who are now dependent, whether) they wtredeoendent published at Starke. in Brad fora Pinhoister.Seaborn .all of Florida.
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; but 11 heard, and took a number (If large tboes! TEAS. each week for four Brj Zt
to walk fell back every time. I on loldiurs when he died or not. Pensions eonbecutne nov 3 6t .Kegi-ter. .
He says the effect wus wonderful and in a The merchants of Savannah will i'in a : obtained for shrvice rendered) in :lie ican weeks. \
'": lie was curried to the platform aa\ expired I I hOlt time he was breathing and nlian wars. :,It'xicall"lt'nsions can nQebe In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my 1
without uttering u word. I quite easily. series of cheap excursions from Floiula tothat increase to $12:! a month. :Suspended:; pensions Pure, uncolored Teas-a.--the best hand and affixed the wal of our circuit cour on Notice.In .
the the
I Hukeptou\ taking medicine and restored. this the loth day of Xovemher. A. D. I jv.
In the accident the scalp of the young I next day was able to come: to Des Mo l.es. city during! the winter i ihe liist of I \\'. T. IIJ., the Circuit. Court Fourth Judicial Circuit ot

:!- $nan was partially torn dT and the Me of Mr. Blaize lairds; his cure as simplywommdr'ul. which will be run on December 5th. The PATENTS. that can be found in Japan-75c. L.[Er.B.. S.RHODES] Complainant's By N. D. WAIRIGHT.. D. C. I Florida-Bradford County

t. face 1. For sale by Starke Ding Jo. fare from Gainesville! will:! be :$3 and wepiesame Solcior Julia Knight 1.1.II
iits and head! Qshcd in. One 1
CI legwas -- -.-- -- Caveats. Trade Mark, Designs Copyr'ghts: aol per lb. I also: have cheaper Tea. II
ground \into a pulp. the bone being Idaho: produces l.bC'O.OOO bushels of about the &ame frou this plee] ; all Patent busirc'-s: ; conduct' I for:JiixleratefefS. Notice. Thomas vs.B. Knight. )J.Bill for Divorce.
Information cad advice yhen to inventors with- ,
Visible for half its One wht-ut, Jl.OOO.O'JO; worth of fruits These e.curijnih1; aiT-ml merchants SIX MONTHS after date I will present my ac-
length. said out
arm was i iS.OUO.OOO I charge. Address::" -o--- and vouchers to the Hon. Wm F, NOC.TO APt'EAa-Tnz STATE OJ JLRIDA. 1
tilso cut off clean and theru were numerous : pounds of wooi 2oo.l i'ppoituniy!) to ;g'i to mtuhiet, and THE NORMAN CLAIM AGENCY Malphurs, county Judge in and for the countyof To Thomas B. Knight, :
royal el1lerLl, umant is assured themvmUe Box lei, Washington, D. c.h'rifr's Bradford and State of Florida as adminbtra- greeting
; bruises over his ht ly. Strange to A New tor for the estate of Frank :Summer, deceasd. having been shown by affidavit that the des 1
fay the silver watch in his pocket was not.r' ; in the Forest. City." Sale. for nnallettempnt and ask for a final discharge IT Jendant. Thoma- B. Knight, is a non.resK .
On the liver. When it 13 out of order std administraton. R. W TCRXEH: dent of the state of and that the restt
. : : damaged in the ]leabt and \\HSiunningalthe and feels, b'ue: try a few !doses of Begjjs Deserving Praise T"NDER and by virtue ofla writ cf fl fa I issued COME AND SEEMe. June 2, tm. _Administrator. dence of said Forda not known to the

time. the poor fe.low expired. j I' LitlhGianl Pills. Your liver willappnc'ate II V*o dcbiio to say to our citizens: that \J of out Florida of the, in Circuit and for Court Bradford of the connty.Fourth" in Circuit a- -- Notice. age complainant twenty-one and that years.sid defendant I over the

Young Smith was engaged as fireman i the joke. So will you. For we have been selling! Dr. King's New certain cau.;e wherei i Nicholas D. Hagaman I I It Is therefore ordere. considered and adjudged -.
sale: by Starke Drug Company. I Discovery for Consumption Dr. Kiii"'s was plaintiff and Fernando O. Sillier was do- I SIX months after date I shall pply to the that the sd Thoma B,
-, on train No. 1. lie had gotten off his --- -- -- New Life Tills Ituck len's A mica :Salve; fondant a levy Ins been m.idu upon the following can save you (big) money. Judge of Bradford couaty for a I Knight,do appear t the complainant's bill or ..
engine onto the platform Baldwin! to'' SUWAXXEE i is and Electric -Bitters, amid havo |i describpd property of the defendant. Fernando final discharge as executor of the estate of complaint hereto or to fore the 5th day of
0 county wrestlingwith ne'erhuHll G. Miller, to wit: The southwest quarterof I I mean what I Haven't the John lathews. deceased, late of Bradford I }Febiuary. D 18C ie default whereof do.
\Jook at another engine which WKS standing the wet or dry problem. Bradford d lemedies that sell a.j well, or I tho southeast quarter of ; etion 20), town3hip I county, a fnal discharge i.t said estate.RotsD cree pro confesvl b entered against the
lIe that hive given such universal satia C, south of raase: 2i east lesj one acre in the THOMAS. ,said ,
near. attempted. to get back 01. his has: the same vexing question tion. We do not hesitate guarantee northe t oorn'.T an-l five acres iu the northwest time nor space to enumerate my Septembers, 1303. Executor. It H further ordered that this notice b pab
engine, which was moving at the rate of I them every time, and we bland ready to corcer of tlie same, except the right of way p lashed in the BRADFORD COBNTY TIEOB.PI A .
$lve miles an hour when he slipped and on hand, but thus far the county refund the purchase! price satisfactory. of the Atlantic, :Suwannee River and Gulf Railroad stock, but can show it to you. Notice. newspai published at Starfee, J5ratiftr4 -
as conveyed by aid Jlilier; to tho said rail- county. Florida, once each week fir eight contsecuti
-' fell between it and the platform rolling commissioners have: kept it all to results do not follow their use. These road company, and I will sell the same at public SIX months after date I \.'ia! apply to the I e weeks.
Under the wheels. He had no time to extricate j I ICUlCdii have won their great. popularity outcry in front of the court house door C lilting. L County Judge of Crd.fof1! couutr for a I.i witness \vhereof. I have hereunto set '0'I
.' himself, the big dlh'cr themscl"C A very good place to purely on their merit the legal hours of sale,01' Monday the 1st day of firm! discharge as ex..ctor estate of Charlotte hantand affixed the weal of our Circuit my .'
being right I Starke! Drug Company January A. D. IbOl: to the highest bidder for Louise flaozman. deceased, late of Bradford I 19th day of November A. D. 1993. ,
Druggists and
V'( him. 1 keep, it too. I I John A. King. Lake cash. E. E. Jonxs. N. J. JONES county, a discharge of said estate W. T. WEE Clerk .
, t.. 1 12 1 5t Sheriff Bradford Count).. GUSTAYE A. DROLSHAOES, [EL S.) By N.D..VAnltOB.D.C, :
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't, I Administrator. L. B. Rhodes, ,

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