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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 22, 1893
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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;.I.. VOL. XT. STARKE, FLORIDA,. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1893. NO. 27.
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r We Have Added to Our. Stock II HOFFMAN BUOS.'HOFFMAN 0


: ---TILL Agents Wanamaker & Brown's Fine Clothing. BROS.HOFFMAN- I


5 NOW WE CAN SUPPLY YOU IN ANY QUANTITYWITH ..



CO TRDBT STERNBURG & CO I BROS.LAST .

: Drugs, Toilet Articles, Brushes Combs, Glasses, PerfumesAND L yC3 -

enc LAST \VEEK'S LEADING TnlSY.EK'S.
-WILL NOT BEHB9BR&01I81-
.. -47 THRONGS LO'n" CROWDS
I- ::>> 0-- PRICES

; EY'RY PATENT MEDICINE MADE. I r WERE 'VII.T. HI-:
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IsStock : I'LEASkD.WE .


STARKE: RAG CO: :P.A.NY.. ; I Unlimited GAVE In Novelty., In Variety, \\E 'YII4T


L 00 5s THEM In Quality, In Attention_ GIVE TIIE ti iBARGAINS.


f.' .- ...*.'-Tl 0 1 KNJGHT1: [ I _CO Prices the Lowest r-... In Low Prices .\"kecl. BARGAINS.


----DEALER IN o O '

c::>> C2.. MUST HAVEEClothing ..

." FASHIONABLE MILLINERY. DEPARTMENTS- CD"i

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-w i I '>r\ vonIami! [ "to1t'Ms.Clothing t'n'o! ,; ':"fl illtticPit/11/1! (i00t1i. ,

Our stock of Millinery was nevermore I..a... ; & uriiisliing tfoo.is, 1'JC1 I, r. 'Ii d 1"Hi..tI.W.u. ptln-'.. '

beautiful and complete. Can c::>> Shoes and Hats Hardware and Tinware, CDs ,


please the most fastidious. Satisfaction : .....:- Harness and Saddles, Groceries and Provisions, .. r.O .

guaranteed. The ladies invitedO Trunks and Valises, Flour and Feed, I -O.to ven if the times are hard. Our prices. run air..the way

Furniture and Bedding, Coffins and Funeral Goods. pC
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:::=s FROM $3T0$25 A SUIT !
CALL EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH !


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THE LARGEST LINE James. Mean's Warranted Shoes. ..


---OF--- L-- I TERRIFIC EXPLOSION!


Dress Goods Ever Offered in this Market !ICON'"SISTING

-I I Prices Knocked Into a'Cocked Hat on Our Dry Goods Side!

OF : Hoffman Bros'. store is handsomely Merry Christmas This is a little in ,A TAME AFFAIR,
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Armure, Faille, Gros-Grain and Satin Duche Silks, Eldorado Stripes, decorated with evergreens. advance, but then you know "our rule- Was the City Election- ou Monday-:I Men's, Ladies' and Infants' Fine L'i clt rwear. l.ae
'. Fancy Suitings in all shades, Hop-Sackings, Fandy Silk Clockings, The vise is not n pre ty" instrument, but "one dollar a year, in advance. Tabulated Vote. ings, Ribbons, Kid Gloves; in fact, anything in Dry (iomi oM on the ,

Chevrons, Diagonals, Plaids and Stripes; Plain Henriettas, black it is a good thing in a pinch. Mis Clara Darby and a young lady Monday was election day it; Starkc:) ; Continent. .
and colors, from lOc to $1.00 per yard. The biggest drive friend. of Jacksonville, will spend the but who would have thought it ? After .'
ip 40-inch Diagonal Wool Goods at 25c. per yard in all Black and brown serge. 1} yards wide, the candidates bad rushed around and
holidays with Mrs. J. L. Gaskins of this
the latest shades. Storm Serges, Esquimaux and 50c. a yard at T. A. Knight's. placed their tickets in the hands SHOES TO FIT YOUAnd

Assabet Flannels, Red and White Flannels and city.Mi of the voters everything was as
I have a large stock of table silverware I,
Outings; Ginghams in Staple Checks and "scs Maggie and Lizzie Smith, two quiet as a tombstone. Perhaps this may 0
Dress Plaids, 6 to '8c. per yard; Bleached enough for all. D. W. Currier.A of Lawtey's winsome young Misses, were be explained by the fact that there was Wear Whole to the Last. All Sizes au.l \\ ,hh:4.

Cottons 8.4to 4-4 of Standard brands, 5 to lOco full line of Coffins Caskets and Un guests of Miss Ethel Iluckclt during the very little opposition for the offices.

per yai J. Full*width Sheetings, bleached and tinf dertakers' Goods a* N. ..'. Jones'. week. There were three candidates for the two
,.'., bleached, of the best known brands at lowast prices. aldermanic vacancies and three for the Hats and Caps by the 100'sj.
The largest selection of Dress Trimmings in plain and waive "You can see the largest line of boys' Mrs. II. S. Benedict and little daughter office of marshal. The other candidates

Braids, Cords, Velvet and Chenille Trimmings, Silk Gimps and hats in the state at T. A. Knight's. arrived Saturday from Randolph N. Y., hud everything their own way. Hero is
Passamentries, Silks in checks dots and The to join Mine Host Benedict at the Ken to Suit Everybody.
changeables only This weather must have been made to the way the voles were cast: j.
complete line of Dress Findings in the city. The best stock of order for the holidays. It just f ts, lucky House. T. W. Sweat, for mayor.............87
.v .i- .... R. R. Joiner for clerk. .. ...........b7
LADIES' CLOAKS AND WRAPSEver Twenty-five'cents will buy a nice Xmas Bed rock prices good vuluca. Better N. D. Wainright, for treasurer.... ...89 Comforts and Blankets
........ than store In Bradford Don't
auy county. J. E. Wainrigiit, for assessor .........85
offered here. A beautiful line of Children's, ]Misses' and Ladies' present at Starke:) Drug Company's.Miss take our word for it, com and see. J. M. Truby, for alderman ... ...84 # .
Undervests. Hosiery stock complete and """ Hoffman Bros. W. 'v. Sapp. ....... ....49 To Keep You Sleeping Day and Night. ,..
.. Helen Richard of Jacksonville, F. U.31ur tLn, .. ...... ...47 (
SPECIAL BARGAINS TO spent Sunday! in Starke with friends. I Mr. and Mrs Charles Howe, of New II. N. Richard, for marshal.. ."......49II.
OFFER! I Austin, ........... 35 Trunks and Valises to
Blankets from $1.00-a Can Dr. Blosser's sermon for men and boys I York City, are spending the holidays E. L. Alvarez, .........*...22
pair up. sell you Shoes that will make you was well attended Sunday afternoon.If with Mr. H's mother Mrs E. Howe, of Scalteriag.: ........................... 4 .
happy. Come and see them, and wearing is the best proof. A' Kingsley lake. So Messrs. .
Sapp and Truby will fill Visit Your Ma and Pa. -
full line of Domestics always in stock and the best Jeans for you are not too hard to please I can f
the vacancies
the board
aldermenand
the least money that will buy them anywhere. Table Covers, suit you in jewelry. D. W. furrier.: We are offering a fine selecli'jr: of men's on of *
H. N. Richard the
will do
Smyrna and Angora Rugs. The largest line and most attractive boys' and youths' hats in all the desirable "pulling.
styles of Spring Roller Window Shades ever exhibited in Stark The Presbyterian Sunday school will shapes at bottom prices. Truby, Stern- Messrs. L. von Kun. Walter Wills, andJ. Gents' Furnishing Goods
Lace Curtains finished have a Christmas tree Monday night, K. Melcher were clerks of election.
with tape binding, $1.00 per pair. The best burg &:; Company. *

world.Boys Suits 90c., and the best Boy's Hat for 25c.. in the known Tison & Rimes are having livery stables When a fellow collides with the elevated Election of Officers. To Tone Your dress.for the Lassies.. '

erected in the rear of the Hodges block. At the regular convocation of Bradford .
end of one of those planks on Call street
'fhose who their Dress ,
buy Goods before examining my stock are the sufferers there is lodge No. 16, F. & A.. l., of Starke on
as well as myself. 'Twill: cost you nothing to come and nee Fine dress goods at cost next week at in that immediate generally some perfumed language December 14th !the annual election of 600 Knives to WhittleWith
for yourself itemize cash house Hoffman Bros. vicinity.
as we cannot the advantages offered the low-price i officers for the ensuing year took place

-- Two or three light frosts this week but Boys, give your lady love a dozen of and the following were elected: to Your Heart's Consent.

HAPPENINGS- I, A fine assortment of nuts at Martins, garden truck doesn't notice the difference.I those elegant silk handkerchiefs as a Worshipful master W. F. Malphurs;
THE CITY. Christmas present. You can get them at senior warden. J. M. John junior warden -

My groceries are fresh and nice. M. must sell my Christmas goods and Truby. Sternburg & Co's. J. E. Wainright; treasurer N. W. Kandies Kandies Kandies!
n. Liddon. toys at your own price. M. It Liddon. Ilackett; secretary W. N. Meacbam. ,
should be done
Everything possible to
local Items Picked Up Here i is lots of for school The Installation will take place on evo of
Meat's Currier selling goods/ the children.
down so is lard. Hoffman encourage, entertainment
; Sweet Sour and the 'Tweens trom U'c
I December 27th. All good Masons are cordially 8<: to 40c. per pound. hayo
and There. Bros. sell it. Christmas and has plenty left for you all. tonight will be given'by them.A .
hint to the wise is sufficient. invited to be present and help In 1200,00 worth here and on the road with'Santa Claus. Best place Io bay
Read N. J. Jones' telling ad. on the You will see this just in time to get a the good work. for special occasions. .
ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW. fourth page. chance at our Xmas goods Starke DrugCo. Buy something useful for Christmas -- ,
Tax Collector ,
presents You can have a large assort Appolntnuntv -4
Genuine Stetson hats at Truby, Stern- ment of useful things to choose from at Tax Collector M. M. Hale will be at the Raisins, Prunes, '.. ',
Matters that Have Occurred or burg & Co's. Don't forget the low-price sloe store. the store of Truby Steruburg & Co. following places for the purpose of col- i, and Currants. .. "
Will Occur In the Near Fu- We buy from factories only. Hoffman lecting the state ands county taxes for .
ture-Epitome of a Week's T. A. Knight sells a pair of lace curtains ., Bros. It will soon be time for good mothers to the year 1893: Evaporated readies, .

Happenings In Starke. for $1.00. Don't fail to see our line of holiday.. tell their children bare-fuccd stories. And Lake Butler. Saturday December. 23rd .
grods before you buy. Truby, Sternburg:) the poor little innocents will really believe Pine Hill Tuesday. December 26th. F .Apples Apricot1.
Hats! Hats!II! All styles and prices at
Hampton, Wednesday December 27th. .
Christmas. that Santa Claus comes down the
T. It. Sweat's. & Co. Lawtey, Thursday December 28th. In Fact, Everything to Bake Saint Nicholas a Pound 'Cake.
Hoffman> Bros.. Finest line of silk and linen handkerchiefs chimney. Starke. Friday, December 29th.
The election is over and the circus has Last round. .
ever brought to Starke at Hoffman If we are unable to suit you in a ready- -w- .
Fireworks been to town.
Martins. Bros'. made suit, we are confident that we can Something Special for Orange Growers -

Hang up your stocking.Remember Pants at from 60 cents to $8 a pair at Miss Ida Alvarez left Wednesday for do so by showing you Wanamakei' &; and Mblppers. ./
T. R. Sweat's. Jacksonville where she will spend the Brown's samples. Give us a call Truby Before you buy your box material and OUR GROCERIES !
Liddon's 4-cent rice
holidays.: Sternburg; Co. orange wraps see Truby Sternburg &; 0
Don't forget French Patent flour at
Well, wasn't tie Co. They have just received a carloadof
election .
tame T
Hoffman Bros'. The tournament at New River on
Cash talks. See what it does with us Bangor sides, one carload of heads Wo Cater for Your Trade, No Matter What Your Taste.
Fireworks all with other stores. Hoffman Christmas day promises to be a grand af
io comparison
kinds at Martins.
50 cents will buy a world of toys at Bros.A fair. There will be about twenty or and a carload of wraps.- Price the lowest.

Go to Liddon for your fresh eggs. M. 11. Liddon's. twenty-five ri'dcrs.' Everybody is invited GOLD.

new stock of pants just received and to go and enjoy the fun. "FRENCH PATENT" FLOUR!
Buy your shoes from N. J. Jones Xmas gilts-all kiuds new noveltiesat they are beauties. Call and see them.T. Old gold nail silver bought or taken in

Hoffman Bros'. R. Sweat. The first train will be run over the exchange for goods by U. D. Minor,
.for Christmas fireworks go to Matins.Kandies The TELEGRAPH the South Bound December 24th. Through watchmaker and jeweler, who has a fine .

fresh and sweet at Hoffman cessful candidates. congratulates sue- Currier keeps the largest stock of silver trains from Jacksonville to New York line of gold rings, ladies gold watchesand -THE-

Bros. ware in Bradford county. Cull and see will be put on and the trip will be made chains, new line of clocks and a

High grade. low priced--Sweet Home".flour. from Everybody T. A. Knight.ought. to buy their shoes for yourself.One in twenty-eight and a hulf hours. handsome lot of Christmas- goodj. Finest in the World !,

hundred dozen Japanese silk hand In Colonel Peek's article on the value Cur Is;.mas Goo .. '

Can't we have good sidewalks on Call ,Miss Lillie Miller visited friends in kerchiefs at low price. Truby, Sternburg ot LeConte pears the compositor made We will have an elegant line of Christ BUCKWHEAT FUR, .'

street ? Gainesville! Sunday. & Company. him prune the trees in June. The proper mas goods on sale Monday, the 18th inst.

time, Mr. Peek says, to apply the pruning Come early while" you can have the com- GRAHAM '
Go to T. Prettiest 1 FLOUR .
A. and
Kulght'a for your dra- best line of hats in the Come early for your cloaks and wrap 0 -
shears is in and stock to choose from. Prices .V
pcrics. January February."A plete very .
city at T. R Sweat's. -
Can also sell you cloaking and trimming. tOA'r '-
low. Truby, Sternburg&:; Co.
Buy'your fine clothing from N. J. T. A. Knight. snake in the grass" is all the i ore .. FLOUR, .
T. A. .
Knight's $2.00 blankets bid defiance .
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Jones. ,. dangerous from being suspected. So are '
Tire largest stock of furniture in the .1
f 16 cold weather. Misses Sophie McCormick and Lillic many of the blood medicines offered the PAN CAKE FLOUR. :"";
T. A. Knight keeps the stock of kid Miller will l spend Christmas with friendsin public. To avoid all risk, ask your drug county at Truby. Sternburg; & Co's.AH .
gloves. I have a few saddles left to-close out at Gainesville. gist for Ayer's tarsaparUIaana also for .
'cost. M. R. Liddon. Ayer's Almanac which is just out for Free. THIS .AND .EVERYTS: GI
Say don't the Tose whr have uuxl Dr. Kingu Near
forget iddon'8 Christmas new year.
We sell the most reliable goods for the
goods. We defy competition in clothing. Discovery Know its valve and those whohave
Truby Sternburg & Co. money and guarantee your money's worth. The small boy and the fire cracker not, have now the opportunity to I AT / f ;
Next Monday will be the glad CbristdIlY. Hoffman Bros. should be kept off Call streetThere is try it Free. Call on the advertised Diujj- -' .
tans ., If you want a big. fat turkey for Christ. and gist and get a Tryal Bottle Free. Sand 'HOFFMAN BROS. : --
If you have not bought all the Christmas danger of fire, as oar fire departmentis your name and address to IL E. Bucklen d
tallle mas call on T. R. Sweat. too weak to ,with! blaze it is & Co.. and box of I
Mack and armure silks at T. A. presents you want go to Currier's and cope a big Cbicngo. ret a sample .- .. ." -'It- '
Knight's, only the part of wisdom that the boysbe Dr.Kings New Life PilU Free as well asa ,
Currier is receiving new goods daily. look over his stock. '
copy of Guide to Health and Hoosenold HOFFMAN BROS::
sent to a vacant lot to do their "pop i
Come and ", ,
buy something. "Instructer Free. All of which is guar .
It's *
about planting time. We have got Indian baskets celluloid novelties: ping." The older boys will give no anteed to do you good and cost you nothing 'r' -.'t." ..... ,
a1J kinds of seeda-In bulk. Starke Drug: Bed hams in the world, 18 cents per handwork, caps, gloves and all kinds of.. trouble in this line, as they prefer an iso- at Starke Drug Company'drug store, HOFFMAN BROS '
Company. I pound at)Ir. R. Liddon's. presents. Hoffmaa Bros. latcd spot when they "pop" and John A. King Lake Butler. 4 : ;-i
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STATE FLOiuA.1RSFNEWS Mr. J. Ti'Wilner- & Son, of''Alabama, Friday jibpnt';11 .0; fock the colored" C I[ SPAEKAMNDEALER &
Br dfomoi TI18iraDb QF '' ; \ o
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a: 9? : gentlemen
.... FROM # q>" C. have be< itor, the past.two weeks greatly excited over the killing of Sam* -- IN--. _

'_: .or mote pro.pectin in this county. and uel akloied1 aged 17 yeara, byGeor wflfsKI:131d.
mUmnznnnmnAT TION.. -OF, our -c----1, lower Alabama the T ofabont" I .1 1 HIGH &&jI: : :
STARKE.. BRADFOBD CO..,,:FLORIDA.E. : ,' ; .for purpose of putting i Bicbardaon, a colored ,boy .

1 t ot' Interest- Clipped troiu pur BxConctrnl&i ; in a1srge saw 'mill plant. The elder >> tbe same age. The two boys Watchmaker I RTE WB -...._ _. .-"$fO to 850 gal ",.:_ _
} rc. CORN yr..._._.. __...__._.._- pr ,
IcQ $. MATTHZWS.: B.FARXEK. tt.u eI 'tbS Progn.. fui. gentleman has ample means'to success were ait inK together in tbe room eating OiNS...... .._..._._.;-_._ T 2 0 :EO -.. 'e. _

MATTHEWS & FARMER BUM..............._..........._........--._....._..__..200 250 ,1
.-!fvopta aad th e .x.en1op- fully conduct a large business. The erection orargea. George Richardson proposed and jeweler APPLE BRANDY.._ _._.... ...----_.............2 5 .8 .. _
; Editon and Publishers, meat of Our Kcwnrcn.There of the'plant contemplated! :will be of that the. two go hunting in.the afternoon EACH .._:...........-...-:____._. 2 5 3 0 0," .O < '_ _
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.. ,. \VITITE WHEAT WHISKEY... .--. 5 '_ _
great benelitto tbe laboring class and and went to the adjoining room for his .
SUBSCRIPTION $z.oo A YEAR. .
.are 2,500,000 pounds- .of red to the merchant- of the to Mariauna musket. Previous emerging from the Starke, Fla. PtOiDl'AUenton.Pid&I ta an Onter JDJ Wsa SDecaIy.S"arke _

k: Entered in the Pottoffice at Stark, Fla., KAW Yerk -
snappers sent from Florida to :'Journal room with his gun he was cautioned bya .
at second dan matter. -
every year. (( l' A drummer named Vaughn stopped girl ho was present to be careful as Assortmentof ___

iS 'QuEENVIC'I'OR A is having elevators There are in Florida 00.000. cocoanut the Russell house a few days siD e. He : the gun was loaded. The boys had been. Largest t

F pat in the palaces) at Windsor,, Balinoral tree, whose fruit is all sent to the New was rather inclined to be quarrelsome, in the habit of snapping; caps at each MORGAN ROI

\,," : : and Osborne.r" York,market. and at times expressed 'himself in unguarded other with tbe'musket, 'when it was Watches Clocks ,
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J,I.: ., It is estimated that more than five 1 nguage. Among other remarks known that it was not lozded, and this (P. O. BUILDING, STAKKE, FLA.) **&fNEWSDEALERSSDBSCRIPTION

j. A CRYING need'of tlese fin-de-slecle hundred quail were killed by Monticello he alluded in an insulting manner to the is the indirect cause of Baskin's death.
; and Jewelry.
{: ,: ,I days is a book'e titled "How to Recover hunters; on Thanksgiving Day. ladies of Key West. Hearing this some Richardson entered the room where the AGEf

of the male defenders of had been sitting and went to the
fair boys :
from a Holiday. our cues the of _
attention to repairing:
I John Fowler,.of Apalachicola, has a Special given :;
fF::. -- River called upon Vaughn; at the hotel and gave mantel-piece, where there was a hex of locks and Watches food work done at _

,, 'S _, ACCORDING. to U.e.insurance tables ex cypress log up the Ocklawaba him a severe drubbing. The high and caps. Placing one on the gun and pointing easonable rates.

r. pectation of.life at ten ,years of age is that will cut 7,000 Jeet of lumber. I IM mighty drummer left that night on the the muzzle at Baskin he pulled the Wholesale and Retai Stationer r'D : :

great NIt in England, 49.2. :. J. B. Mays of Jefferson County Olivette, a sadder and a bloodier man. trigger, and a report followed. Tbe entire

*. lost; four hundred bushels of corn and a A :Mr. Davis, who was sitting near the load cf 3hot entered the left side of -- .:

It. A CORRESPONDENT informs us (that Sir fine mule last week by the burning of combatants, received an ugly cut over? Baskin, some of which lodged in his i Musical Ii.strunients; arid ercllaldi Etc Pfctnre FrtmJ!

r?? # Oliver's wild oats are coming home to lie stable. the eye and also got out of the city .the heart. The wounded boy sprang from his I BOTAXIC 5BLOOD to Order. Full line of Scirnol Books ant .gar Order* forp flntzng.*

(f roost. This may be true, but it is a were last same eight, although he had intended chair, uttered a piercing: and fell life cth'el! Christmas Goods in Seaon. '
.. Over 9,000,000 pineapples -- .- ,
trifle mixed. staying; longer we are told. An apologywas less on the 11-or. PJcliardbon looked ---
: shipped irom Florid to New'i ork, BALMA
-r _ _ year tendered him for the mistake. upon the result of his recklessness for

'': 'DAVID SINTON is the richest man inY' not to mention at those home.shipped elsewhere Equator-Democrat. some minutes arid turned away, crying thoroughly tested RemedyFOR Nervous I The usicllouse of !

Cincinnati His wealth is: estimated at and consumsd A serious affray occurred at Pensacolaon and declaring that he did not intend to ALL FjD f

.;:: trom $10.000,000 to 12000000. The Florida Central and Peninsular Sunday night. William Bland (colored kill his friend and would preferred dying BLOOD and SKIN DISEASES.This Manier

:r'o" has decided to change the name of the ) went to the huce occupied by bis himself than to have done so. standard remedy has been tried Debility I Lane & ,C :

f LAST year the United States spent station Hart's Road to Yulee in honor of wi e, from whom be bad been separated Richardson was arrested, but as the killing and eminent not found physician.wanting.for Who forty Has years used bran it (Successors to A. I:Campbell,\- ||

: $115,000,000 for education, while Great Senator David L. Yulee, who built the accident he afterward with certain and unvarying success for all We will sell
for[ some time past. On his arrival there was clearly an was diseases for which it II recommended. It and deli\r at your
Britain expended \35,000,000 and France Femandina and Cedar never fails to benent from the first dose.quickly D.rst.i
road between Sun. lion
he found Thomas Grice, another colored discharged.-GainesvilJe and effectually driving out all Pills 1 first-class
}.c only $2,000,000.:; Key, and who was its president for long1ea1"8. disease germs from the system thrown 'I I
man, inthe house. A quarrel ensued tbft medium of the skin liver and kidneys
", ====== .
EFFECTS OF TilE STORM.
without any unpleasant or injurious Pianos
'. A PHOTOGRAPHER can now take five between the two men, which resulted .! .cts. It is not the result of ignorance and Organs
or superstition. but It is founded upon
c different images of the same person in William Gary an ex'convict who was in Grice receiving two cuts with From the Floriia Agriculturist. common sense and a thorough knowledge

".: .. different positions at the same time by i employed on S. M. Clyatt'sturpentine inkfae and in Bland being shot with a It was generally admitted that the of unties modern and medical enriches science.the blood It effectually and brings ENGLISH BRAND. For }less money thai any hoas'in .
health to the sufferer. As a general tonic guarantee instrumtnh to be te'Stw
1
means of two Mirrors. farm, near Chiefland, was lodged in jai pistol in the breast. Both men were arrested storms of September and August did a it is without a rival. and in iti is analysis absolutelybeyond of : The only genuine cUe for lost Manhood.Exhaus'cil ent d. We wil ship a Piano or Ornri l

;: last week, having been caught in the act by the police. Grice was lockedup great deal damage to the orange crop healtb-giTing comparison properties with any it remedy ever Vitality.! Weak )IemoryIalpi- any nonest ma or woman on trial and',
; the commissary.He at the police station and Bland oeredtotbePnbliC. ItisapanacetfOratt tation of the heart. !'remstue Dea not satisfactory we wi'l; pay freight i
from bop
i itt: STATISTICS are said to show that young of stealing checks was -some growers estimating it at twentyfive llli.resulting from impure and impoverished ''ot Confidence Inability of the Married ways. T",

;.>> men do not, on the average, attain full was shot by his captor, but not seri carried to the infirmary, where ho was per cent. It seems, however that Scrofula blood-the,r.current_....of Enema life; quicklycures Skin (either sex) and Despondency all rf which

physical maturity until they arrive at ously injured. attended by the city physician. Bland the damage was even greater than anyone Disease Rheumatism and Eruption U *r. Kidney'atarrh.and follow in the ai d trail Exces ot :youthful Errors, Im Cash or on

the of twenty-eight was placed under the influence of chlo- The Fruit attrib- Bladder Dlaeaaei Female' >.VeaIt- prudence InstalentSheet
age years. supposed. Exchange
4: Five carloads of pipe for the water- DeMo Nervou* Disease, etc. .
at Gainesville. Thisis roform and the wound was probed for utes the poor prices realized this seasonto 1 positively: fruaraiUtc these PILL to il jeerytbing Music
works have arrived is Guitars, Accordeons,
THE Italian nf the tomato the bullet which had entered bis breast INVESTIGATE FOR YOURSELF. claim Co them
early name : ; the bad condition in which the fruit Instrument
nearly all needed complete the plant Send for our Fre Book of Valuable my faith in them that you can return themif : a Jew's Ham
., was porno di Mori "apple of the Moors" arrives within the next but it could not be found. reaches .market and this bad conditionis Information together with of remarkablecures a wonder- i the* do not hely you": Grand Piano. t.
If Mr. Herbert !
but the French, pboI1t t'cally misunderstanding five days and pushes the work until the : Tbe following strange robbery is reported the direct ellccts of the storm. In ft ful array from disease of the certificates after simplest all known to the most remedieshad virulent paid To introduce a larK ONE these DOLLAU PILLS I wilfsend PACKAGE rosr- copy 50,000 or 13 pieces'copies choice for 100.music at ten cents eA'=$1

'_ it, called that vegetable pomme plantiScompleted: : Gainesville will have by the Pensacola News: Sunday recent bulletin the Exchange says. failed. These sound certificates that Botanic testify Blood withno which ou ht to sufficient to cure any case Any music published at 2 to 5 perl!

r. ',d'amour, or "love apple." afternoon Messrs. J. N. Moreno and J. Balm uncertain is the ,quickest,great- of Debility. for only 20 cents: enclose ten, cent below publishers' prices. 4
: a water supply within the next thirty There is no reason fur low sales now est and bcst.Chpayelt Purifier ever two cent ;c.mps in a letter with your address 3 T-SeTid for free Catalogue. .

days. M. Coe and families dined with Mr. exceptthe condition of the fruit. We are known to the world. written plainly! and you will leceive: Jacksonville

7, THE.year 1900 is not a leap year according Scarritt Moreno at the letter's residenceon convinced 11 doubt that the reports PaiCK-11.00 per bottle; 3.00 for 6 bottles. PILLS by retu.n mail. Florida'f1
beyond if not,send to us. S
of Anthony to For sal by druggists; With the positive assurance on my part .
The
to the rule which drops the leap young: men propose
) : West Belmont Street. These BALM CO., Atlsnts, Ga.WfvvmvvTv. .
gen as! to decay arc not exaggerated; Address ILOOD that you will never regret the day that yon
: year everyjfourth century. This is done organize a matrimonial insurance society- tlemen's overcoats and hats weie left there are good reasons for this, which came in possession of this priceless remedy.

: because the calander as now arranged The initiation feejs to be ten dollars in the ball and when they came out 1 intelligent can ascertain bya ..._... :..__.... wh,:)sc influence besides restoring the Vital
intellectual facul- ,
any grower orce, extends itself to the
of memberfor 5
i !. : accumulates one day too much in 400 with an assessment $1 per from dinner everything had disappeared. careful inspection of the fruit when ifs elevating the emotions dispelling thebaiie
t ;-ach marriage,'the assessment to be honda Contral a aMPouilisular a of life and restoring its hle'sin .
$ '.:. years. The robbery was supposed to have been
.0;; _ for the benefit of the lucky members. taken from the trees and a similar exam- lead! the folhming testimonials ar to
.
the work ot a tramp sneak thief, and inaticn two three later before whether I :
tiii
1 :. TUB universities and colleges 01 this The initiation fee is to go toward defraying or days eurilig; }people. .
. 2 country have $8,635,355(; worth of scienh"r Mr. Coo borrowed a hat and went to the packing. We have reliable i information Railway.'LOR .
current "The trial Xerv-tn .DebilityPills
,. .
*, expenses. package If
> police station where he the
:; tift' ? apparatus and appliances; theu'i reported from experienced growers and packers you set. (iIliC me pnxl. I was troubled

;.< -' grounds and buildings are worth $64- The Manatee Lemon company luis 80 loss. About 7 o'clock Sunday night Mr. to the effect that the decay is due to tin TRUNK LINE. with what I c-ilU-d( rheumatism in"my tliiglil

in' acres of land under one fence on whichare Scarritt Moreno heard bis front gate injury inllicted by the storms of some and they helped 1.11 wonderful:
::- 25,344( and they have 74070.415 II. WEBSTER. Walton, Iowa.
I ;-,' 1! pr43activefunds. over 10,000 lemon trees. The rom shut, and on going to the door found weeks ago: the damage is not apparent l5hort! Line to Tampa and South FloridA I ...*

pany are now preparing to set out trees the overcoat and hat of Mr. Coe and the while the fruit remains on the t tree, hut STANDARD Trails from "Send lit some more oC those I'I.le as .
'CIYE.-.7oJj' I.lgn.
i: ..;. AN illustration of the inconveniences over sixty more acres which will make hat of Mr. J. N. Moreno lying: near the 1 it is sure to show up after the fruit is Jacksonville foot 01 DogaD at. GOOD tho-e Jim lh..t 'I ent thought me done I would me :0 for more '
I I
of too much learning is furnished by a 20,000 trees in all. Superintendent steps where they had been thrown by gathered and held from twenty-four to --:- of them.
I
.., page in an encyclopaedia where appears: Haivey boasts that his' grove will be the some party, who bad quickly left. The forty-eight hours. Of course all the t.'rl/.. i .. t Oo I ..1:1 iiI : Jonx "'ATTEPIXS. Culnglon. X. ( GSHAGKER&SOIDPOFS
I CJ 8natJi. DIytatei. C
I ': "Bwpet'flag, see Acorns; Sweet gum, see largest in the United States. gentlemen have not been able to discover fruit is not injured but enough of it is AM Q I I I I A I AMha. .
_M "'Find stamps enclosed for two more packages -M.\ :
trace of the thief. I_ tr.\CJER
Sweet
Liquidamber Lathy rue
see ; any
;. pea damaged to warrant more than usual
Basing the estimate the shipments of debility pills as those I
nervous
upon : ?'o.1.1 INo.' 8. N.40.I jour
:'f' Sweet potato, see Batatas." The Pensacola Newd relates the following in before got of ron did me more good than
fI. of phosphate in the month of care culling }packing. I 4 sOpjll S4a1Lv FeMlluadma I 14p1 8 5& YOI.b SaJi Bllns 101111.
1 20p112 Callahan Ai-I-a O5p 1 20sS any medicine I have ever taken.
October, Florida's annual aggregate: wil interesting incident of reconstruction "We cannot recommend an increaseof 45pI129pAr l5a1Ly Baldwla ispI 1H a En. I'lKK.-ToxE. Freoerickiburg, O. ,
A BOONVILLE (Mo.) man h&9 establisheda :
l'o ; be in lound numbers, about 450.0CK times: During: reconstruction days shipments just now as we prefer giving TOpI24Op'LvJaoksos'rtll. Ar SOSp ? 45aa .*.

chinch bug station similar to tons, while Carolina's aggregate for the Pierman sent to William"., cbinson of the markets chance to clear olf the 1540p 60 P 22tpAr I S1 P LT Lawte.J'Baldwla Ly Ar 127p 2 11 P 496sLi Ii 24 a "Received (the nH>llcinc. think it good; I I [ Mat nQt.
i :. Professor Snow Lawrence
that of at
ending with August last was only Jackson County, an appointment as surplus now on hand. 03 P 2 81 p Ar Starke Ly LIO p 4 00 a wil order some ISBnld
year n 21 2 112 Av Ramntoa LT J U a 49 a Jonx WIEXKS ? III.
; Kan' "In another predic's the p a P BroadlamK
year 2:>0,000 tons. The rarldity with which timber inspector. :Now the commonwealth "Of course there are harp :; OipAr Wa1do L1235p 325a122Ca I HardwarS t
Herald "Missouri's name will many grow- Hawthorne z41a a. ,
Chicago Lv1165p
1-if: of Jackson contained two Will- 4tpAr .
it 'I received medicine and
tie pbcfpbate industry has grown y. ur ( am very
\\hoclaim LtS9a Clua iSle
they must continue shipping LTU2p
I be put in tbe bright- : lexicon- of bugless Florida is wonderful and the indicationsnow am Robinsons; the Simon Pure of that _....... 4ltpIAr p1ArSllverSpriageLv _'"00''' ...... ... much l18stiith it; it has helped itie at- i.
i .. States. to these we can only recommend 105a. 1> O4pAr 10 aT a 12 63 a ready. Enclosed tiud monev for another Window and Fancy GIassa.: ". are that it will rapidly increase. name was a prominent democrat, while extra care in the selection and pickingof I 32 a 8 IJS p.t Wildwood Ly 8 83 a 11 OIl P package. T. M. AM>ERS>OX, \VrslvHIe, O.
rf, the man and brother Pierman soughtwas 6 011111 10 PAr! Lacooch Ly 522a 941p Specialty.
"As I older said a man of mod- From a gentleman prominent in the I their fruit, at the same time assur- II J211.r 1 II p Ar Owenaboro I.Y 811 a II 88 P >
t grow a mulatto who signed bis name II 29 11.1 1 2G plAr Dade City Ly 8 03 a 11:0:: p '
erate means, "I find that I have much Iccal lumber trade it is learned that an William X Robinson ing them of our best elforts to secure sat- $52e 84 pAr! PlautCity Ly 152a SlOp Charleston C. ..
t.( I when getting republican isfactory results." r M aI 0 23 pAr: Tampa Lv 00.1 7 0.1 p $500 REWARDwill .
j: to be grateful for. Wealth went past other addition to the long: list of Florida I memorials .
petitions to
or
I. sustain S'ios.. 8 and 4 carry the Atla.nta.-Tampa
1v my door and stopped at my neigh oI's. industries is soon to be made in the shapeof tbe great and only Piermaa. He Pullman Iuleepeis.Dauyl paid for a case or Lost. Manhood Exhausted -

t l" But then did death while health an extensive shingle-machine and Vitality.Weak} Palpitation G. W.
; so ; I Iemor YOUNGJ:
known Bill I
was as at home, but in I of the Heart. : Lack of
; stopped at mine and has kept us jolly band-mill of the Stearns type. The new Washington this was dignified into If You HaveScrofula Koa.IX INo.IDaIIYI 811 I I 1DaU7 No. 42 I No.Daily 12No. Confidence, Inability of DecaY. of

t ever since." plant is to be located at Panasoffkee, William and he addressed 33) I I either sex, and Despondency, that I cannot
so
was by
and will bave a capacity of 40.000 feet of Ti-- HI p'Ly'lIdwood ArI2Oali 66 P
1 the Floridian High Mnck-a-muck of I 25 a II 40 P Ar I.-bnrg Ly 8 I 53 a1O OIl P cure.Now after rending the above ifyou have General Blacksmith-
THE Intercollegiate Young Men's Christian ;. lumber and 00,000 shingles: a. day.- that Of Sores Boils I 20" 7 01 P Ar Tarares LT 8 25 a 8 40 P any doubts. about me or my medicine do ret
day. or
I course postmaster sent
Association started at Princeton Times-Union. Sb 8 8 00 rd.r Apopka Ly 2' Us1 653 P tend, but if you really want to pet cured 1 !
I the cfficial envelope .to the well-known other skin disease I' 16 a II 85 P Ar Orlando t.T 7 6 00 P can and will guarantee to cure 'ou. I have ;
any __..... alt
!
sixteen has membership tll8t II 'r WiaterParkLv I 4ti : 81 P and Wood-worker;
-, years ago, now a A serious. collision occurred between citizen, Mr. William Robinson, the take tl311:! pl............Ar Oviedo LT' OOa'fl SOpwt ben a Practicing Physician for a great many ,
I of students from .450 American years and during experience I have
30,000 my
thej>ilot boats Kate and Glance Key white man. Mr. Robinson, in reply, TralDs marked thus are daily except
I Bun!!,, never come across quite as good a niemedy -
and Canadian colleges and also has .
West. Both masts. bowsprit, sails and knowing that a mistake bad been committed for NERVOUS DEBILITY as I oflVr here- Is Iccated at the tinshop where he'fr-*
its agents who are promoting the work Danv. it is cfthe most valuable : / >
I I tiaUy1I / one 'reml'die ever
carried Irom the latter asked Pierman what AVER'S
rigging were away ,ere his discovered and if I was a I prepared to make or repair a'l kinds of ironltin
I r among the colleges of Europe and Asia. and the hull was damaged, making almost duties, thinking the=-maUer would be :A\I p ......... Lv Vi aldo Ar112 1tJ .... would advertise it everywhere younger at person,ll.CO a or wood,work. He will make yoo-
.._......
..
I 66 P 1Ar GainellYtlle Lviii 28a1 ...... &
a comp'ete wreck. No damage corrected. Pierman replied, "Your most 4 r4 i'l......... 1Ar Archer Lv110 28 ......... package but gettingalon in YCrsand having wagon or repair your coffeepot; make;'joi -
Greens- SARSAPARILLAthe ........ a1 .... I already made a fair sized f rune in my
MB. AND MRS.GIDEON DRAKE of I I\Ii Pt. iAr Cedar eyu LvJ 7 4D a. a plow or shoe Jhor
done to the Kate The Glance will consist jour ,
' was was important duty in drawing a -Leayp I medical practise I no desiie row to rtpair bug; your;
.- burg, Ind., who recently celebrated their towed into the harbor: bv the Kate at 1 good sslary. regularly." Mr. Robinson Superior m. for V.Arch.rdally 1II1.lon. Early csrept IIIrd and Sunday Eagle at Mlneei LOOp. : get rich. all I care for now a\-is to see how many: .,>o-sell joa n .

seve ty.firat wedding anniversary, are a o'clock this afternoon with the answered ''I leave Eage Mines dally.'XrPllt Monday at 4:1. people I cal cure so that they may enjoy Xu#. Mr. }'arrer. it will pay.you to_findout .
crew am fully qualified to
(perform Blood-Purifier _a. m. for Archer aDd IlIto-r".lIate points.s life. remember for a short time longer
all f
about tl.b windmill
5' remarkable couple. Mr.Drake is ninety- aboard. tbe duties of that office. Send on uo& 4 Op1LvOeaiaSSO.tG..iO( 5I 5 60p I will send you ONE LARGE PACKAGE OF i can b'uS'

; four years old and his wife is four years the commission." It ,done and Spring Medicine. It OOa ti O2pIAr Dunellol1 l.vl S J:') a 3 40p THESE PILL. i you will wrap up two for any purpose that waterpower ]
City Clerk JobniL. Piney, at Pensa- was and the Cures others II :20 BI II." vjAr bf'rnando 20 I' 2 25 P dimes me within ten days after put to. When von are in town call and-
bis have children all
junior. They ten I *3 inverness 1.\8\ 001 : IiO
b r
democrat O2p1Ar
Oa1
of whom are living, the eldest being cola, is the owner of a valuable curiosityin kept Pierman's negro out under .-.........I 8J5p: Ar \ SOot,i.........p. you pleasure receive of hearing this paper.from I you hope at to cnce.have the lear all about it. I does not take a W&I.3_

the of It is a republican administration till the will 140 al tI M 9 :; al i all load of money to purchase one, but it'kjg
nice and the nine. shape money. a well pre cure ArTarponSprlngsAl p \\ii I DC successful or do you prefer to be ,
sixty youngest forty you r l'i a 8 HI 1 20.. T 23
boss for p P
re-election and und] h
: came a fr a lifelong sufferer? wort a big pocket lull you.Geo.W.Young. .
served bill issued under an act of the S 15 a1 9 25 pAr l'lltberlaad Ar 7 08 a1 1 Of r t .
his fences down. S i 48 \ Enclose two dimes in letter.and sendat
B8 a p Ar Clearwater AI' II 45 a 8 4p you
:, M.MAREY has found from his continued continental congress, and dated May 9, C $2a 10 4Op ArStPEtersbnrgLyJ 5 40a 6 ZIp once to _. : .
1776.; It ia numbered 96.991. This bill Last Sunday night about !9 o'clock a Koe.' 1. 2. 6\ and 6 dally. !Thronfth Pullman .
studies of animal locomotion, by means PROFESSIONAL.E. Sleepers between Tampa and MuhYllle 5 Dr. A. H. Smitl1
on and
is of the few that bave been highway robbery was attempted Starke
S one preservedand on -
: of instantaneous photography, that the ---- -- ... ... --- ...--- I. Only one change between Tampa and Fla'lf.
Mr. Pinney bandies it with the greatest Washington Avenue in the southern part Chicago. Kansas City and New York. Bortlu .
:.. modes of progression ef the viper and the L. STEWART, M. D. old through to thfge point .
of the
care as a relic of the opening days of town a very short distance northof Avon N. T

eel are much alike; that the postures of the republic.If the residence of A. A. Stewart. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.Office DRUG STO'REil

. batrachians in water aftei, they have acquired While! Claddie Stewart, a son of our pop- with Starke DmgrCo. We t. W_'. DIvision. I Sooth.go10 and you will receive a large One JoHt I'acL-:

: their limbt) are much like those a Ncrlbern or Western man could} age by leiurnmail. "
ular clerk
of -
court, was walking: briskly STARKE ,
of men swimming, and that lizards trot see the garden F. Philips and a few home he accosted FLA. .I No. 2..I| |INo. LproTt ,
was by a man who ,
f' like horses.-Popular. Scienc Monthly. others of our citizens, who took time by "i 40 p 7 00 a LT JacksoBTtlls Ar 8 47 \, 10 30r I'OlTO! SMITH is REL.-BLI MEKITS P ,a ;
..,,...' the forelock and planted rain-or-no-rain told him to throw up his hands. Not POWELL & WILLS.Tate I 45 P 7 86 a LT Baldwin Ly' P B OOS renT.It(COXFIDEXPE. all 5'
UOTaUna. 1I10aAr LaktClcy Ly' I8p4Mp BiZi
withstanding the suddenness of the attack W. J. WEEP Cashier State Bank ofAvon.
1C 19 a Ar J.lYlOIU LTLT g 1
i 118fp 8.43 a26As
CHAMOIS skin is one 0 fh 0 many they would concede with UP, that this young Stewart did not lose bis I Powell. M. D. and J. C. Wllla. M. D. I Ma 8 09 a Ar Madtoon : 1J
seldom met with was indeed the garden pot of West I preuence tender their professional services to the citizens 12 Mp Ar Monticello LTLT a 20 p .... J:
things save by proxy. of mind, but grapp'ed with his assailant. of Starke and purroundlng country. falls 1iOa 2 35pS Ar 'Calll\hllel8. 1 45 10 iTJ "
: Nearly all of the chamois skin in this Florida. Just imagine! turnips, cab promptly attended. Sloe 85 p Ar Quincy LTArKlTorJanetlonLT 12 47 $40p ------ -
the
.. -S During: struggle which followed a revolver _. 40 al| 4 SO p U 06 TlOjI '
mark is made of sheep skin or goat bsgp. radishes, okra, Irish potatoes Office at Pr. J. L.
Gn klns' Store. -
in the hands of the ighwayman Drug SOp 11 00 gi Ar Peniacola LT 30 afa J I .
"' -_ skin from England and France. beans and a lot of other "edibles"growing _-.-_ 200 *!Ar Mobile LT tlIs.\ ..__
in was discharged, and the ball perforatedMr. "al.'r New Orleans LT 8 UpS ......_. J L.
< A, dealer in thesa substitutes declares luxuriant profusion in the. open Stewart's hat. The ruffian then ,T,. L.FHAZEE. -r-----.. Wp ArJacLon.UULT 1 iSp .......: R 7G.gNTSR GASKS .
:. that a single importing house could use November sun.Postmaster _--. I MaU Ar Cairo LTSt. 110 a .....
I took to his heels. Up to this time we ATT'Y AND ..... .. *0a Ar Loan LT 740p./q....... DELER I : !
" (none year all tbe true chamois skin Thompson is ken after have not heard of his apprehension. It COUNCILLOR AT __-_ 4a ;..Ar hlr a/l2--.Y/ 2 0's" ***, ::

.' : that Switzer laud produces in tenS the bojcotters. One day last wtik should be remembered by those indivicUi Room No.LAW.1. Jones 1. 2. 9. \0 dally. Pullman Sleepers ("-"weecJackionTllle To handle scarce goods. \Ve1iave Drugs and Medicines, IStarke

years. The genuine article fetches learning; that youngEmmona had charge Block. and New Orleans on 1 and t. opening for yon. If yOU wish to earn
ld who expect to follow highway robbery STAIIKE. FLA. Train for St. Marks leaves Tallah..ssie,8 M quietly and not |:
c nearly' three times the price of the sub- of a package of letters to be mailed, and as a profession, that tbe laws of leave a. m.St. 1ar..U:20*cwda.rs.. 'Iharn-lays the and dtirs.Saturdays; hard.money The busine i!light wok"and genteel. very- rFla.I'hysZcTaiip :
B.
fc- stitutes. observing that be didn't mail them, the Florida provide imprisonment for life Connections at Montu-ello in. same for TbomasTlUe, Mf-n women that archrewr. .
postmaster asked what he had done as F.J. Balnbrldge. Moptgoiuer Nashville and Clnda- are getting rich fast. : : .? Prescriptions Compounded -. %
f. : the minimum penalty in case of convic- l1&tI.Fern.odlna. If yon want f chance to make*fire Carefully
HERE u an analysis of what id alleged -! with them and was informed that he tion. We trust the offender in this case BRICK MASON and PLAS- thousand dollars for yourself easily at all Hours Day or Nfght.
' bad left them at Danford's he had and Cumberland lioute. during the next twelve months write : ,
as
. : : to be the typical American face: brought: to his deserts Titusille TERER. i for'our -',
been may No. 68.ISo.| 'tII t |_ _|No..aLjSo.! 1'1. clltdental terms :
it instructed to do by his father. G. :
: The prominent nose, the eloping fore.i" STARKE. If within the
: Advocate. FLA 4 SO P1| 9 HO [ Jocia'iHvlll Ar| 2 20 | M I you InSWPT
- ." heaj, the fairly large moutb, the full B. is keeping a record of all these things, Agents for Camp Bros" Brick 6 SO pll|/ 10 alLv| Kernandlnn: LTU| 45 Pl8 80, wxt UTdays we will send you a sample W., L. i]1

:. r: eyes md predominance of the oval types and will have some of them dancing to "All human history attests Laves JackaouTllle and Fernandina dally ex- of ,our," to good that Addre wilNhf at otice.BOXEAvonN.Y.worth. DOUCLS
you.
That happiness for the sinner! sept Sunday. Connects Feraandtna for dol: S3
the music in his time. man.- hungry at DanceftneM.
own good St Andrews
: are the natural characteristics of
: an COMER L Cumberland Isfaad. Jekyl Island ad NcI
Since Eve ate apples much depends on dinner. PEEK Do
: aggressive, talented and shrewd people Messenger. Brunswick formIng the Cnmbtrta&d Route and you weaMhera 7 Wen next try a pah. |
t And a good liver is absolutely essential -. akJn*;connections for Macon.Atlanta.Ca II ttaoofta Best In the world.
: agreeable in manners, but keenly alive Nowhere in this country can three ior appreciating a good dinner. Lord I Fire Insurance and northern and westera point. Son47 Ko Postal Cards.Answered. '
train leare JacksonTllle>:.M a.. m. Learn J100 I
-
'" ". to the main chance. It is a composite crops be grown in one year on the same Byron knew that as well;) as anybody.One Represents I.I\'ERPOOT. .t LONDON .I: GI.OnE. ".,.an41Da 5.00 p. in.. arriTes Jacksonrlllt .50 '
face, made up of qualities taken frnnL. RO\'WEXCE. WASH 1NGTON. GUEENWICII 1:11: p.m. ? .UO
in Florida.
land except There are numerous of his greatest regrets was for his HECCRITY. and HARTFORD ; t.
Puritan, English, Scotch imd German instances of this, and one now weak stomach. "Gad. man!'' his lord Companies. Choice lots of Land FIre in town Insn.anc.and ..aek.ODI'IlJe-l'4..w-lIle. (lie Lake City ti! .
.: would don't onnty for sale. Macon and Atlanta). RW ;
sources. worthy of mention is that of M. L. ship say, "why one of thew J. WISS & SONS' .2.00
-- infernal doctors invent a liver medicine STARKE. FLORIDA No.2.1| NO.,1| |No. 6.1 tfol.Mp '
Bl'iunt in Hilleborough count;. He Bryou would never have BIlked that TSp SIIO.LY Tampa Ar 8 29p 7SSt PRACTICALORANGE 2.25 tl.75

1,. THE driving of sheep through: the Interior first made a crop of tomatoes, then a question were he now living. Why? Because SOCIETIES. 7Ma B Mp,JaeksonTlIla. Ar 740 a 847; '2 IDYS :
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:::-4;... C I'a 8 5 1 P LT Lake City Ar Ii 80 a fllOp CLIPPER
Department
building is the latest be would have been ;
r crop of corn, and now has a crop of sugarcane using Dr. 4Xp 405a LT Macon AriD 15 p 10 Ma fR .'.75J:
: suggestion: avers the Washington St r,. that will twenty-five Pierce'a Pleasant Pellets, an absolutely I tip 7 45 a LT Atlanta ArLT C 55 Ph 710
average ma- rare cure for Constipation,. Indigestion Bradford .Lodge, No. 42, F. & A. il. 1 22 a 2 00 p Chattanooga, l.iIQ pl.. Length TJi Inches.
T--' as to means, of getting: rid of the fleas tured joints to the'stalk.. Florida farmers Bilious Attacks, and all derangementsof I Meet Thursday Bight. before the third S 1&a 7 SOp Ar ...bUle LTLT 140 a S cap M I !

-. ;. that have located there. It is a curious may not bave much ready cash, liverstomach and bowlen. There is I. Sunday In each mont.,. 11 45 a Atlanta Ar I Mp _'_ mSs. :
no (J f' '. IMp 1 57a >r Ltnchburf Ar Ma ....._._
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: of remedy, but it seems to be theoretically but they can have all the food tber: wish griping or violence about these pills, and '\ Wg1NwaIGuT. Sec. 1* 00 P 7 OS a Ar MrashlDirton ..r 10r 48 p ......._ f If JOliwan a ffne DRESS SHOE, made :

sound. li it 'can be demonstrated hy industrious and intelligent cultivation.On they're guaranteed to give satisfaction C 30 n 12 23a New Yur I.T| 4 SOp ...._ I Ire do't P3$6 to$8, my$3,$3 JO,$4.00 '
that or your money is refunded. Don't live 11 06 111\ p LT Atlanta Ir ........_ n. fit f indwearaweH. f
these' insects have such a many ft-rms amongst orange trees with the stomach weak when the cure i iq May Lodge No. 10. I. O. O. F.:Regular 8 80 P'4' SOp Ar Birmingham; Ar'.,......... IIp equal t custn mae a look .
fondness for > M 25 a 4r MsiDphin. .._......1. 1(10 wish :
mutton that will de- .sr 30 II These Clippers teOomIYOrfote
they while are made of the
trait'other finest
bearing crops are also within your reach for 25 cte. 1 meeting every Tuesday U SA 3Sa Ar Kansas City LT|,.._. 44 very mat& do to by purchasing W.
| ria 1arranted.and any found
t i'I ::Nrtth, habitation'of! human night In their Hall. Transient deUve .Sbo. Nam.1
to
being made. There is no better country under b repla price the bottom
= brothers cordially Invited. Tlokrt oc..M West Bay St..corner Uoaaa. are sllghtlyctiryedwft stpe ,look for It when ye. :
.SftaaUfy, IMio cwulderation of compasi I>n the sun for the poor and industrious farmer.JackaonyjlleMe.opolj. Thousands of cures follow the use of N. HICKTT. D.pot toot ol Hogan st, Jackson no*. tan Te bles ean It .the only practicat edges Clipper stiffer I, W.I ,, ,Brockton,Maw. Sold b '
for the aheep will I Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. It's $500 .' W. F.Malphnri, JJ. Q. A. O. Ko>>O...'". O.I*.A. llor all who ha .Med :
have any weight .. jr. a. yi-omtoTOir. mt. Sold by Supply Trad them. DODGEa.ALV.RR9.S&k; and ;,
cward for an incurable case. 7.J. FIELD Newark N. J.. Manafactorar. &
BL.\'TOl Hampton.
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FLORIDA MJSIEEPERS TilK I : IMPKOVRD! .

THEGERMANIA From The FIGrldaAgrlcu1tur18'l; !AT .f.'SHILOH'S I -

__ often do find who
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BALLAD OFL16B1 IIOrSEErEPINO. I claim to have found the paradise spot'of Orange Box Marking Outfit.
LIFEIMSCURANCECO CURE.25C50C&SII
earth. where clime and soil combine to .
"Tia a subtly sweet suggestive phrase.But *
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DUC. '
tU --I ta M M tf
and with but little -
invite to come t
men
: the elm pie soul who is lured therebyHill

make a sorrow for many days. toil indeed gain u livelihood, altogether] !- The Best. SI 1)plest. Most Convenient
Cures Conghi, HoaneaeM,Sore Throat, agd Cheapest MarRIng "
In secret oft will he and
monrn cry satisfactory and better than that which
Croupprompt1r. relieves Whooplnjc Cough
And vote the thing a tremendous III.. falls to the lot of most humankind: and Asthma. For Consumption it baa no Scherr Yet Offered to Orange Growers.We .
For it means this phrase that sounds so fair. rival has cured thousands where all otben
,failed will If taken it time. Sold ........... -
; CURB YOU
Florida -
claim for -
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is not to :
OF NEW YORK A world of trouble, and toil and care Our purpose
by Drug-gists on a Iftsrantee. For Lame Back
And a wild distracting wish to go all that '\Uiicli is desirable; ; but or Cheefc use SUlLQii'S PLASTEB. 25 eta. most respectfully call the attention of every Orange Shipper in tbe

insurance with ,an investment Away from It soon and anywhere.I rather to present simply how wi-11 filled State to our Orange Box Marking outfit an arrangement especially designed
that combines whereof I know. H ILOH'SJLCATARRHLava
Issues policy speak of tho things is the measure of advantages: now attainable expedite the work Shippers during their busy season and to do away
with the slow and work of the
mature in ten fifteen or It means all little transparent ways to the( home seeker who mil_ ,, REMED'( unsatisfactory old-fashioned antiquated stenciL
feature. All policies To hide away from the common eye .I This Box :Marker Outfit is a combination of rubber stamps, made'of the
Catarrh V This
The fact that your bread and butter stays", choose to settle in Florida. teed to cure;J ou you. Price 50 eta.remedy lajectortree.rise's guaran. best material and mounted in the most convenient styles-proof s of styles of letters

In your desk; that you bake and boil and fry here we have a climate the like of and figures are shown on the following pages and comprise the names of
twenty years. Krtncdy for C'atarrli Is the different grades, such as "Brights.""Fancy." 'Russets'etc. These
In a single di'h. It means to try : names
; often found in other lands; Erst, riu.lt.Mfc to fe. aaj Cheapest.
which is not are mounted a handle for
the
To hang your garments the best yon wear. upon especially designed .work, all of the grades
In a folding bed. that lost despairOf it is neither too cool nor jet too warm, A A being upon one base the marker has no trouble finding exactly.what he

honest souls; and. bitterest blow neither too dry nor yet too wet for comfort wants-it is always in his hand-and he loses no time in hunting for the stencil _
Sold by Druggist sent
or by malL for
ToLiyeandWin a particular grade of fruit.
It means kitcbeny parlor air.I or real material interests. Here we COc. E. T. Hazcitlne, Warren Pa.

speak of the things whereof I know. have a soil of varied kinds, from the The Numbers to be stamped on the boxes are mounted in the same manner
A Times-Union correspondent from as the grade names-on two bases six numbers on each base-and when
It means to shrink 'neath the stern amaze richest of fertility to the almost barren the marker is ready to commence work he takes his stamps and a fountain
Of the lordly butch r's and baker eve till than is Tallahassee says : Caroline! McDaniel, ink fad-which is iurnished with the
sand drift, less stubborn to outfit-and stamps on the end of the i
Is Our Motto Apologizing in meek diapras' found in many fine agricultural districtsthe a colored .\'oml\n. and a native of Leon boxes the grade of fruit and the number of oranges to the box. and he can do
For your modest wants. 1 o rave or sigh County, 8
Over the pangs of the bonghten plf world over: oftentimes yielding five ci.i.'t'n-ii: -f-ity-tbree by her Fecond still he can do it in a much neater manner han with the old stencil
'Tis to pray a strong. heav'n reaching prayer bountifully but with ordinary care.Xor brush and paste box.
For the meal a man pronounces "square" husband, who is still living. She ti- es
This outfit will than for itself in
more one day's work in the
pay
down in the saving
And to ba ( nee more in life below is the water deep not know her 312:('. but appears to be to;
of time. -It does with the stencil and
Insnranco Go. in Florid Free from that peace destroying snare.I earth and difficult to obtain, or when over fifty. She is proud] of her fatnilj enumerated as follows away: brush and its advantages may be

The Soll8st t Life speak of the things whereof I know.E'O obtained but poorly calculated to satisfythe and than save she she did does not feel a day older It does neater and better work. :
\. at 'mancipation. She re
Nor the It is more convenient.
wants of man. are living
Ye Mho bare'tempted this life to share sides eix miles east of Tallahassee, and It is four-fold as fast as the stencil.
streams but few and far between, or are the above is
I For full particulars and rates apply to Pause ere y enter the tiger's lair; vouched for by reputable It's firstcost is less than that of a stencil outfit.
years
to make difficult !- citizens of this?
mountain ran es present county.
.. ('unsiiliM* tIme truth I fain would show. _h It is durable, and .
For with inml on heart I firmly swearI our paths. Florida, as a home lanti, It makes the packages look better and consequently sell better.

G. LOPER lILEYInlulA'er.:: speak .>f the things whereof I know. is in its natural state much more free Model? Business This Outfit was introduced late last season but notwithstanding thii

-Selected. from many uninviting.features than are CollegeA fact, we sold many of them and we are pleased to,say they gave satisfaction
FLA. in every case. .
PALATKA, "THE better part of valor is i: discre- the larger part of home lands elsewhere.
Mr. M. S. Moreman.of Switzerland Fla,, writicg'under: date,of.April 19
AND GEORGIA- tion." _ _ l'l>oti this point the writer holds there SOUTHERN SCHOOL MCH I IS RUN 1892, says as asfollows

STATE OF FLORIDA IF when can be no reasoiable questioning.In GE-TS- receved Rubber Stamping Outfit ordered through the kindnessof
our women they are visiting
various places would only spend a little Florida the tiller of the soil may ON METROPOLITAN PLANS Mr.( Osborne, andi I find that for facility and neatness nothing equals them. .
I consider no packinghouse complete without a set of your stamps. r*

pin money in purchasing some pretty labor in his field, or grow, or garden, The Only College: f the Kind;In Which None ..ours truly. M. S. MOREMAS.Mr. ..

T. R. SWEAT little dish here and there, or cup and saucer full three hundred tlays 'in caeh passing! But Expert Teacherslare Employed la the A. 1>. Luce, of C'.Iemvood. Fla.. writes under date of April 23. 1892.., .

instead of spending it for creams and year, if it be his pleasure so to do, and .j as follows'
Various Departments.--- Flourishing GE-Ts-I: find the Rubber Stamp Outfit purchased of you for markingC
Here he
discomfort will ensue. may
such nonsense they know not what a n) Institution Which ReceivingMost orange boxes a great convenience. The time saved and the satisfaction inV ..

Dealer in- pleasure l it will afford them in years to plant or sow some fruit or crop with fair I Liberal Patronage FrontEverySection.Time marking a carload fully repays me for the price paid for the outfit. __

C3me. To quote an old housekeeper will promise to grow each and every month Respectfully, A. B. LICE.

tell the story better than any other.-"I the seasons round. The:writer has done and Mr. John Chandler, of, DeLand Fla., writing under date /f May 189Ar: .
Goods Gents' FurnishingsAND Expense Reduced to a follows:
Dry know of one housekeeper who can tell this and knows whereof he thus treats. >asas
\ Minimun There. GENTLEMEN:-The Rubber Stamp Outfit that I purchased from last
and the you
many u charming story as she washes Here one may reap to-day on
[nnuary for marking orange boxes his: given entire satisfaction. I think it a
her_ dishes. She will tell you that the morrow may plant the same ground There are many Business College in dfcliied improvement on the old way of marking with stenciU. for it is much

time they all went to lllanktovn and afresh to some other line of useful pro- the Southein Slates bidding for the patronage more convenient and the time saved in using this outfit will very soon pay
of the and
he wait fur storms to reople, claiming to for it. I think Orange Shipper should own for I consider them
to
GENERAL MERCHANDISE bad such a good time that she saw that duct, rior need give the cheapest course to be had any every onr.
cheap. even at double what they cost. Very truly
pretty dish and bought it forher hatchingchest. pass or drouths to end or snows to melt, where. To (it) this successfully, they almost JOHN yours.L. Cn\ DLER.

Freshes :1111 I 111.1'1. ('(' the t'lioai.e-.f. Call and set meteatiiCuokedCuw In fact, many of her dishes have or wild winds to cease. The day is not invarial employ cheap le.\ bers, .
MyGroceiiesarellie who desire to !learn and follow the Mr. A. H. Pelton. a large Orange Packer of Lake Helen. Fla., in a recent -
T td a Specialty..HODGES /Home association, over which she likes to too long for continued toil: nor the night of teaching. profession interview with our senior member said: "The :Marker all youclaimfor <

shol laden with h.at foi it. And another where the that marks boxes also
linger. too or OUT thing. man has tOW1'ap
_ _ About two years aco: Metsrs. Porter
peaceful rest. 1[ere may b<- ,,.v A'n with & Anderson, at Macon, Ga., conceived: a oranges it saves a good deal of time in washing hands, for with your schemeit
& ALVAREZ Entertainments.Here is not necessary to get your hands besmeared with ink, as with stencil and
scheme bv which it
a good measure of success full twentj was possible to lead "
is something for the little folks to kinds of useful fruits, and of these then all other Business Colleges in the quality blacking brush.
amuse themselves with, furnished by an jf instruction and to MKTFssfully coin- These are only a few of the kind words we have received from the growers
-HI'\1.EU'-' IX- is no day or week within the _\oar during pete with them in prices. Their plan who'used our Marker last season but it is sufficient to show in what esteem -

exchange. First is the doll drill.] This which some one or more kinds may vol was to do the work of the school rooiai- they are held. Below will be found a sample print of one of the

Goods. iR for little tots whose ages range from be gathered in fitting supply from oil themelvea, and with th assistance of stamps included in the outfit. The outfit consists of sixteen stamps (on three

Dry five to seven years. They sh.-uld be the tnesoriins on which they : lone but txpeiiencfd and ahn! teacher handles), one Fountain Pad (colors Purple, Black. Gret-n Blue. Rod). one
dressed in Kate Greenaway! costume with grow. By[ tlrs method they have succeeded in bottle of ink (colors same as above), and we send the same post.paid any
Here may be grown with fair success tal.lihin one of the most Micccesful\ part of the country for $2.25.SAMPLES .

:Soots ShoGt poke bonnets or Cainsboro hats. The more than t went\-li\e! distinct kinds ulgauleu ( Institutions[ of tie kind! in the Southern

$ little midgets are seated on high dud-:'!, products (vegetables) such as arc ates. OF LETTERS OF MARKER. *

each holding a doll in her arm; at a and the It is rarely, if ever, ih ease that ;.
of frequent or daily use, same, With the outfit
given signal and keeping time to music, young man or young lady atteude any
or some portion thel' ofmay be ;gathered we furnish the four
other Business if
wrh I
:
Hats.UEAPQUAllTr.US College qnainted
and.
the children with the dolls both
clasped
used the
the grades most
fresh each throughout
passing11ay their methods and the nccet-s of th--ir FANCY.ombination .
hands go through a series of calisthenic .\ear. It is now mid November and mj" graduates. Kvery perron interest. ,! Fancy, Bright,
and Gol.Rus-
drills that kindergarten teacher in should correspond" wuh them.AWOMAN Russet
F'O1Gents' !- any garden is filled with peas and onions, set. Thus with this .
the furnish with. .-. -- --- ---- -
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neighborhood can you turnips beds and cabbage, carrots, -- -- ----- :: your can make five grades-Fancy. Fancy Bright Bright.j After that the children can croon lullaby :set and Gol. Russet. If 'ouwish
FurnishingsGALL lettuce, etc., of which we can gaJier HAS
like the old-fashioned quaint: "Hush, my Its other grade you can; any
hat desire.
daily something we may
liU desire to enjoy the ptaaauroe o." nished for 2oc.
child lie still and slumber, and imitate a rrr tosubstituteanY17 6
probable there is no other homeland kid \Vefurnish numbers
quite I U atirelj unfitted tr.r the cfcrv of bo 12 on
STREET, mother putting her babe to sleep. Don't so desirable other wise, that can kre,11I1f or say ordinary "ntl<.., U artlrtd wit a handle namely: 96 112, 126.

you know that any entertainment given 176 200 216 225. 250. 300. Any
list of out door products
.l"ST :RK.FD:7: : : FDORIIDA: ... by> children is almost sure to draw a show frcqtwntlyvLfltel s-i large a for family use. SICK HEADACHL- tuted or we will furnish any additional number for 2oc.

crowd? Each child], you know, has a DAY AFTER DAY FOR FI'RTIIHIJ. INFORMATION: ADDRESS
As a home land Florida grows in esteem E. ().P.'.%TEn&: H..,. 11 B lid.Fla
host of friends and relatives who delightin ',
r.Tw. ANDREWS as the :State becomes better: cult i- Ak4 yet there are few dtifMei that yield &><. ___ -

the seeing family the; amateur besides histrionic people in talent'general of valed antI more fully known. promptly.htrvfore *to the proper utmost medics taportasce tmatmtit.that,a rtr It... Why Not Ride the Best ?

lie remedy should alwaji be at band. I arlin
The writer to Florida some tenor
came
children
thoroughly eujoy seeing perform. period of more thaaSIXTY

Livery Sale and Feed Stables Here is a description of a unique and I more ,%ears nco! prejudiced againstthe

think novel entertainment. State as a !ill.lle land and came here YEARS

TIlE FINEST TURNOUTS IN TIlE CITY. TUG "OitANcn Gnovn."- In a moder- mainly to escape the severe cold weathei here hu been BO Instance reported .where. -

ate sized hall or very large parlor have of the north and its attendant loss of sin bare sot bee perm&aeatl aid \

Prompt Attention and Reasonable Charges. two: avenues of evergreen treec.. Hank time as to comfortable working days out PROMPTLY Y CUREDBY \

up one end of the room with greens, of doors. During this period the capabilities -

Drummers' Teams and Draying a laurel, palms, ferns etc., uud have the of Florida have been greatly developed -
U II"a a'1rcll box of the geiBlae.aid JUt ,
piano hidden in a bower of greenp, so that and to-Ilay it presents to the Mlebrated

Specialty.Stables soft music can be heard during the en- world one of the most attractive and .

tire evening, but the instrument not seen. enjovabli' home lands to be found. DR. C. MeLANE'6LIVER .

in Brick Building Cor. Call and 1 1 hompson Streets, I Hang Chinese lanterns everywhere, bor- An acquaintance whose family composed PILLS j __ / .

One Block from Depot. row all the candelabra in the neighborhood of ten persons, said to me but a ,

and lamps with yellow shades', to few days ago; that he had laid up a littleover which may be procured at any drug itore. ur".
be Lathed to any address on the race!p tot S5c' .ipott -
Starke Florida shed soft mellow The trees
light.
a three hundred dollars this year III ig itajnpe.Pnrchawre .
should be decorated with madeof of these PlUa should be careful t
oranges from Off his farm of six or seven acres; the
procure gbEOlne article. There are serrraDotjnt
yellow felt filled with some sort of a nor is his little farm one exceptionally rf lt. on the market. well calculated I I ::
deceive. Tb g-ctnalM Dr. 0. McLaie'i Cebratl .. _
prize.Most_ of them contain something good character: in fact it is rather otherwise Liver Pill are muafaotored oily by II

CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO. usefu'', such as a pair of mittens, email being!: scarcely average quality FLEMING BROTHKXS CO., I _ _
THE silk handkerchief, needle-books court- rtttb,.. r& _
plaster case, etc. A few might contain naturally.Let Victor Bicycles I are first in tires and improvements, and .

something comical, like a booby prize, no one suppose that. forage and - lead the world of

[ce-cream, orange-ice orange-cake and fibre plants may not thrive in Florida, cycledom.
fresh oranges should be on sale. The Artesian Wells
for the very reverse is the ca&t-.and someday
pretty waiter girls should be attired in OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
tilmy white dresses, with orange sashes! not far distant tho'isands of acres ,)

and ribbons.' Now, with the gas turned will be quite surely devoted to these lines IRRICATINC PLANTS BOSTON. WASHINGTON ,DENVER, SAN FRANCISCO.W. .

low lamps and candles shedding a yellow of production because! of their abundant ,
radiance "yellow and whit& girls flitting Waterworks and Sew r, Plumbing; and Mt'Cl'lIn
about tree the yield. As a home land in every sober leal Construction of all kind, Galvanized Iron .
scene
among green Wu-er: Tanks aid erection of tbeAernurior H. M. PAPWOBTH.W.J.HILL&CO. .
practical sense of the word, Florida is
is enchanting. [ tt ind Mills a upeclalty. Write for estim at.-. >

vet only in her infancy as it were, quite FINICAL & KING.

Blunders.A truly speaking only in her early youth- -

teacher at the Wellesley College has fulness, and much remains yet to be ,

New York, Charleston and-Florida Lines prepared for the benefit of her pupils a earned.[ ESTABLISHED 1878.SANFORD.

list of words to be avoided, among which Five years ago it was hardly known :cEn9"-: : .
'
The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are Appointed to the following appear: that Florida had a fertilizing element !: : FLA.THE .

"ExDect" for "suspect." worth naming within its borders, and ,
3ail Follows WHOLESALE
as
: now it is well Known that here can be HOUSE FOR
"First rat as an adverb."Xice" .
CALLING AT CHARLESTON, 8. C., BOTH WAYS. found the largest: quantity of rich phosphates .. .
indiscriminately. Hardware Stoves Doors
(BTAPDABD nxi.) ever vet discovered. A friend of :k.: .. I- ,
from New York From Jacksonville, "Had" rather for "would" rather. the writer who was formerly a farmer in v Sa" Blinds Paints Loads

(PIN 2L E. B.). STEAMER: Florida. "Had" better for "would" better. Illinois tells me !that he can grow as good

FrIday Oct... 27.! at 3 OG 11m ...................A..A8COEE................. Thursday XO\ 2. at 111\10 am "Itight for "immediately." corn anti as much per acre here in Putnam >*,., Brick Lime
Moudny 30. at 3 00 pm ................. SF.MI..OLE.................. Sunday .. n, at 1 30 pm away" county where he now 'ives as heever ;: Cement Iron Leaf
Wt'dnetldayXov... l' at 3 CO inn ............".....IROQUOIS................... Tuesday 7. at "J\0\ am "Party" for "person." Illinois. It bepersumeil
Jo'rlday ., 3: at 3 CO pm .................CJlEROKEE.................. Thursday" 9, at30* am't'dnt'llday grew in must not Sewer
ard rlre-Clay Pipes
Monday\\ ., C. at a 00 pm ............_..LGOXQL'IX ............... Sunday 12. at 6 30 am "Promise" for "assure. that all parts of Florida are ,
.. t. at 3 00 pm ............"....Y MA SrJ-;.................. Tut's oy ., 14. at .00. am "Posted" for "informed." capable of growing the same products .. -- Aid 4Q Bonding MwrU. Writ for Fr'e..
Friday, .. 10. at 3 00 pm ...................1INOLE.................. Thursday 1C, at 10 00 am this is 4E
MOday 13. at a 00 ................ equally as well for by no means
pm IROQUOIS................... Sunday 111, at 12 .to "Postgraduate" for "graduate.
V'edsday..' 1!. at 3 00 pm...............CHEROKEE................. TueRdav .. 21. at 1:10: pmFrld.y pm the caselemons. limes bananas, guavas Analactaren of the
17. at 3 00 .................. .. "Depot" for "station.
., pm ALGONQUj'. ............... Thursday j:I. at 4 00 am pineapples, cocua Ii tits and mangoes will
Monday
20. at 300 pm ............... ') ........ ..
.. AYAgSE .......... Sunday J6, UT 6 00 am "
Wt'dDtMlday 2:! atl 00 J'm. ...............SEMISOLF..... ............ Tuelldar; .. JS, at b 00 am "Stopoing"for "staying. not ;row in the more northern part of Patent : Section : Ladder
Friday MondltY .". ;" : at 3 011pm ...................IH()and "__
W "' ;!7. at 3 ..... .._.......CI1EROKEI; ................. sunday lf>e. 3. at 1":10 pmSO fruits doing well in the more northern -FOB-
D..day" ". at300pm ......ALGONQUIN ................. TUf'lldu) .. 5.i at i pmSt. 'Cute" for "acute. pait will not thrive in the southern part. \\ __ PROTECTOft9PA1NTER.
ORAM8X GROVES. FIKK
"Funny" for "odd1'or "l1nu ual. Hut, all in all, Florida as a home land S. ETC..

Johns River Line. Sandwich Filling. kind presents and inducements manifold in number of a substantial as well as 1 Cheapest House in thfr State for Pumps

character. !-'. A. KOVCK
For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Pointson The following la i a most excellent receipt enjovable::'I.-=' _= in. -' dAiliES R. WAITE,

the St. Johns River. for the filling for sandwiches. Cut IT'S HIGH TIME; Manager Premium' cf Watte'g Band Celebrated and Orchestra.Comedy Co, Iron Pipes, Spraying and Irriga-

or mince fine the meat of a chicken, a something was done, if your blood

The elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamers beef tongue and some mushroom. Melt is impure. You can't mistake the Dr. lilies Medical Co., ElKhart, Ind. ting Oufits Plumbing Gas(
symptoms. Blotches and pimples, You will remember the condition!was In five
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CITY OF JACKSONVILLE:, four ounces of butter, adding a tablespoonful or a feeling of languor and depression years ago, when 1 was afflicted with a combination I

Capt W. A. SHAW. of minced shallots, fry awhile are" some of them. If you to"let all FOR .of..E.diseases 1 tried all and kinds thought of medicines there was,and NO scores MCLP Fitting and Tin Roofing.
and add two of flour stir and it go, you're an easy prey (if eminent physicians. My nerves were prostrated.
FRED'K 'DEBARY ounces sorts of serious ailments. producing dizziness heart trouble and aU the ills
fry, and finally add a quart) of thicken Now, the best blood-purifier in that make life miserable. I commenced to take -- .- .-- -' --- --------- ---.--. -----. -- -
Capt. T. W. LUND. Jr. with the of four the world Is Dr. Pierce's Golden DR. MILES' NERVINE AND PROFIT
thicken yolks -CDIJCTIGN
Am appoint toai; from J ark.onvllIe. broth Medical Discovery. Take that, and r : ::
dally except Satnrdsy. at 3.10: ati.l from Sanford
dally except Sunday; at 9:00 ? III eggs, add the iuice of a lemon and boil it will certainly rid you of every and In three months i WAS rturrcnr cuaeo.
a. m.KoCTi thousands
In mr traUs each year,\t hen 1-79 the tested
blood-taint and disorder: It starts Bo Trees of tile well-known Reliable Ten years
: suffering from nervous
BOCM>-IJead down. SCI1EUULE.- NORTH- Kors.B-Rea.1 up three minl1t(> Half of this sauce may ., every organ into healthful action, of phj&icsl-*wrecks ration, taking prescriptions pros-from !j ,

lv.3.30. pmm...-.....-. ........-. .. JackfconTille ............ ................ ..............%rrIvefl.4.-.. pm be reserved for anothfr time. Add thetongup. assists all the bodily functions and H A* local physicians who have no know
z Ama a11.0,. 1.SO pm.?_........._...................._-.....Palatka...............-...............................Leave 7.0 pm chickens' and mushrooms to half cleanses, builds up, and invigorates aJ t L.raye ....&K am-. ..............."--..-........;....Alltor.?......?............. ............._.........I 'afl! ?.(>0 pa the whole system. G. M. D. farsurpasses Is. certain, I f like !:going to them and saying 111Iny"rolt9on.CURED GLEN ST 'MARY NURSERIES @
1A'&v.1\ am-. .....".............-."........."._..St. Francis.........". ...............................Leave 1245 pm the sauce that h in the saucepan, boil a nasty Cod Liver Oil and GET Da. MitisNCHVINCANOBCCUMCO.:where ."there
am" ......................._ .......llere ........ :
IBV. 100 _.. ford- .. .......................-.........Leave 11..1. urn all its compounds as a flesh- frerers from
am ....... .............. few minute3 and coc-l. This filling will filthy .
Ulne sun.PEARS.
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; best per-SHU
Arrive8 Arrives.00 am..._..........__....._ .......-..................."an f or d..............................................Le PO a\e.e 00 am am keep a week, and it i N good for almost builder and strengthrestorer.For () \aid\ .nervous. exhaustion brought tal on prostrvuoa by the- BATBTJMA. All OZAHOES.klBds. Im.lu.ock.hardy and.wlr. WALSUT1.IU.J&PaaaC&1UeT.ITu KCAM. : UXIULLA.PEACHES. iT.
_.am. _...'........- .-............Enterprise...............................................Lea\ U.30 am every disease caused by a cham.terf tie buuies3 engaged m, I woul4THOUSANDS Ie T&ri.tie.. sew inS old. CHESTBUIS. Jap&a Mkamotk.. Iii. !& T8UJ1DULOLL
any kind of bread, white, Graham or torpid liver or impure blood. Dyspepsia, PLUMB best J&p all and aattve iortf. OLITE8 sad APmiCOIi.JAPAN : -.I. TZUOUATA.
CeflefaiPassenger the most stubborn M : "EUIKI OX a. rt.tUi.UUit... PIGS aid MniBKKMM: SSPGHAPE8.
and Liver Complaint
Ticket Office: SS WesiBay Street., Jack onvmc.Tn crackers. good supply all l.mdug Undi. POMEOKAHATII.: XOSKS..IS vidstU.
M. U.CLYDE. A. T. M.. Skin, Scalp, or Scrofulous affections-even NEilYINtU 5 Bo..1In'lI;G een. New York F. M. IRONMOXOER. JR.. FIlL Pasa. Airt. Pork furnishes a nice palnd too-it ia Consumption or Lung-scrofula, in its earlierEtages &a a sure core for all suffering from these causes. FREE: Specimens, of fruit m wason; and our Mperteoce and tnfornimtio i u t**daptabilltl '.
EO.O.EGER. M We8t Day st Jack 8oavile F1a the remedy so sure and JAX23 K. W lTL locality, worth roiirn more. For Instance we nave discarded one Tariety of which repnlALk.11.0 ..
T. M.. .. it's only your
5 JSO. L. HOWaRD, Fla.. Fr't. Al't.. I shredded quitefinelvf-;..:,,;< .! ,ie fir any If it b..shls In I-W7 and ttis but one of'fee hundreds of varieties! tetd. We haTS built our
Bowling Grt'eD New York- effective that it can be guaranteed. Sold Positive Guarantee.'. _.... of Via.writes rP "'b4J'are beanUes 10 admirably
A.S.: COLE 't. Laura St.,'Jo.chonyil.! FIB.G on a on jinr t< '*-! Pwaenger BOWflDgOften.Newyork AIte t. J. A. I.ESLIE. SaoPrtntpndpnt salad and bqiled eggs i.Iiel nvi-r it-let doesn't benefit or cure, you have your DR. MILES' PILLS.50 Doszs25 Cs. cke-l HS to shame. novice and even reasonable.many who Catalogue pretend free.to be eiperta. } .
.t. Lanra. t., Ja cI.iiVM. back. 'lleutu.u U> coiresjjondence. Prices
be remainder] of money
the pork the a pork
P. CL\'DE & CO., General Agent,., Can anything elso be "just as good" for G. X*. TABER Glen St. Mary, Fla.
DeS'iare.l A"w'IcI delwlqcl. I roast. : von to bur I Foraale bySTtUKEDRLG Ci}. -

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COUNTY 5
v-vV* BRADFORD _
sawSV**- TELEGRAPH. I _" ADDITIONALLOAL.j; -- wwsw ww--w-w- N. J.. JONEIWITH
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i: PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT to Mark*, A man often gets a little boat ac in bisthroat la stark. UNDER and by virtue of an execution issued on I ;"

S STA'IKE, BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA.k I Tb t'IS'U the company receives the by taking too many ionicsbmndy. of 'Following) |is tbe program of Ibo JJrad- the office of day the of clerk september of tbe ,circuit A. D. 1SSH.court from of : HIS__.._i. :

citizens (ford County Teachers' Association .to beiwlrl Bradford county Florida from decree ,;
L rrncWL I. J. FAKXER.TUT proper encouragement frjnn our a rendered II + -
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on the 81st day o! August,A. D. 1803. in
: A'.L,..vvS J .z'.A.m.= ; the mad will be built to this place. The ")In.. X. E. WalnriKht bus mturned from hr ita rite December 29th: the circuit court of said Bradford county in a
Editors and road u already built to Kingsley &1)11 lOin 10:30 n. m.-"-Dliml5ls: Mr. T I cause lately pending therein, wherein W. I Mammoth Stock
S Publishers.SUBSCRIPTION Volusia countj' where' she has been visit | B. Hartig; alternate. Mr. ""Dn dv. Wynn was complainant and R. R. Wynn .4.H'I k-
: -- trains hare been running ovsr It fur ew were defendants. I have levied upon
S : s $1.00 A YRAR. lug her father. 10:30 to 11.-M..p Drawing: Miss .1 before the court house door in an Wi-
S S era l week*., Eulrt Hiewj alternate. C. S Douglas. couuty of Brfor.I)the fnt Monday T-

r : '. Tliu FsxEorarn; is reliably informed )IM DUi.ch Mitell. of Ft. Cud I!.. 11 to 11:-Phuln(l e NiUhnd of BaklnB'dI Info December.A. 8. Sme bw t. -lEADS THE TRAOEI---.
uJth of
Entered f. f*. Fottofficc at Starke Flo., a* day said
t S ttcotul do** mattei. that (ho projectors of Ibt road will briug ] tho| guest of'Mu'* Annie Matthews several Reading; Miss Ueljn Fans; alternate, sale day,dunn the I legal I hour of sale on that
r- W. W. )lcl on ld. day. a one fifth interest in the following described -
S it into ginrku if they are properly' on. dnys.thw eek. 1150 In 18.-Parttcular Value of Differ pilc parcels of laud situate in the S

.. Starke, PlAt, Dec. 23! 1803.J cu%4nged. Ifo one can fail to tee the enL Studlest W. A. U. Uobbs; alternate, Mtofatefy county and state of Florda viz:
Gussie Long and George Mrlnguton are The east half of north-east S3.
J ___ ben fit ilut such un enterprise would be tQ 1. B. Harlig.J2 Pure w township 7 south range 21 east, and south bait My took i is now complete'ineepartment. _
q TUB income tax baR no terrors for he town, Tbe road takes in 31alroae home from the Agricultural College to'pend to J p m.--Dinner. of lot No. 4 or the south-west quarter of northwest '-

uaj : the holidays.) 1 to 1 iSO.-Educational l Journals: Mrs. A cream of tartar baklnsr powder. Highest of : quarter of section 23, township 7 AUt d Bought'for the
nf'
and pauses through a good section range zi containing in all 120 acres
Coli I 'DOK'T loe of tho country,its entire length. Them section* Sweet Home flour takes tbe pnzc with: S 1:30 to 2.School Punishments: R. T. ant Food Report.Rpy said exeution. Terms cash, purchaser InK cash direct from the manufacturer :,"

i-ight bonding would be'great trnde feeders for our roer* all good housekeepers who try ii, Heibergrr Dowling; alternate. Miss Ellen Davis. l Baking owdJr CO. lOG wan St., .i for E. E. JOHNS

I Question just because: its Christmas chants nod ounierou* other aa'&o&agca I 6; Richard keep it, 3 to 2 30..Notation of Whale Numbers .N W )ork. I, Sheriff of Bradrord Cunly. and foreign importers.Such }

: .'limes. : Miss Celia Alden; alternate, Miss '
would be -
gained. Sheriff's
Sale.
Mr. A. C. Durden and wife of Albany, Dnnie UiclllrdJ:30 1 choice and ..ta ty bargaIi!
S Our business men should see that lull I 10 3.-Lines. Circles. Zones and TTNDER and by virtue of a writ 01 fl fa Issued
4 THE fact that they havu incomes cia spending the holidays with Mr. VJ out of the Circuit Court of Fourth Circuit -.
are
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opportunity of couoectioq w th the "Par D egreec: Miss Delia CrewsT alternate, J. and so much value for the '
r of Florida in and for brad ford ,in
county a
to tax onght to threw capitalists) lor Cily"'does not slJp them. D's. parents at Hampton. G. Kellum. certain cause Wherl. Nicholas D. Ham money!),

r :., into Ppo-smi of joy. Du something and do it now] 3 to 3:30: -Parsing und Analysis Compared ONE CENT was plaintiff Fernando U. was h liave never been offered in tbjj.
has been made the
Our clothing sale winds up next : J. U. Alo>rinaa; alternate. T. fendalt a levy upon follow
f & -m I property of the d Fer
We-ih lday. Remember we sell at co.ttill Dowling.: lon deb. ,to.wit The feDdnt ktt or elsewlieru.5 .
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; Is Franco
.' 67 per cent of the.peo. T. A. Knight' stock of drew goods and I l then. Hoffman Bros. 3:30: to 4--Business session. of the sOuhet Mier quarter of section 2 township quarter S

!.: ple live on rye bread. In this country trimmings are unequata EVENING PJIOQRAH, 0:30: p. U, A WORD.Advertisements 0 northeast, corner range and 22 five east acres less in on the northwest in the

;:. a pretty good per cent of them Mewlames Beck. Hamilton and Duncan Essay-Miss Eulu Hiers. corner of the same exrept the right of way -

: .S live on rye whiskey. THREE MARRIAGES. of W ldo, wen in (be city Tuesday Recitation-Miss Delia Crews. inserted in this'columl1 at one of the Atanti. Suwanne by sid Miller River to and tho Gulf said Railroad rail-

.- doing their holiday shopping. V Sy, : reraua8 .ee..1t <. Cupd p Declamation T. Dowling.RpadingrMiss ------. '- -- --- roa comPny. of house dor
BETTER tax income than clothing.Exchange. MT PenIn Celia AMcn. the legal hours of sale,Monday 1st day of DRESS GOODS
Remember N. J. Jones buys his goods ; S.\LE-Pcar stock.
FOR nursery A. D. 1H94. to the highest bidder for
Misses I I I Januar
.] A tax on either or this city .JVedneBday night Mr from first' bapd and I U the only middleman Song Richard. : thousand welNgrown two- ch. E, E. JOHNS.
p.
K. Curter Discussion: Resolved, That Novel L C L. PEES. Starke, Fla.FOR 5t Sheriff Bradford County.
both would ,not affect the average Nathan Moore upd Airs Naoma between you and Ihe maker. Reading Should be Encouraged Affirmative year-olds. ,

;: country editoi alarmingly. (nte Agio) linked their fortunes, Elder W. W. McDonald. H. C. Peeples freoh Cedar Key oysters to I j I I Notice. My Dress Goods Department d. *."-
i Concert at the school house tonight Miss Ellen go
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m. F. Afalphura officiating. Davis; negative, W A. II. 'i.
Iellchltnl S To All Whom it May Concern:
:' AMERICANS consume 15,000,000 Mr. Moore is a brick mason and bas Professor Ernest Morgan and bis string Hobbs U. T. Dowling. Miss Helen Faria. i I, are hereby made known that the Atlan serves special notice this season._

band wilt furnish soul music. By order of the executive committee.W. YOU River and -Gulf RailwayCompany
where he inspiring Suwanne
bushels of onions Jived long lo this community, -All! kinds. StarKe Drug Com f
j : annually. A rich W MCDONALD. SEEDS ha filed a petition in the Circuit Court
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fo".01 enjoys the..esteem and confidence Jf PIes. Bradford of Bradford county, Florida for the condemnation Black Serge and Hen ettaj i.a.
Co.
Teachers' ,
Aw'n.
field for novelists in quest of a Small boy (aside)."Ge0 whiz but of a part of section three (3). township
1 S character "with everybody while bis bride is ip every way those Little GLut Pills lake the cake." a I 'T EACIIEUS need the new Craig Ques- seven (7), south range tweiity (2)east situated i inches from 50c. to $1.19
baited breath. fitted for a help-meet. The TELEGRAPHcompltments Sold and warranted by Starke Drug Co. See the World-i Fair for Fifty lion Book. at Morgan's. in Bradford county Florida, frr of way ofIla per yard. ::
Cehte) Enquire railroad over the same,and all persons Intr '
f t : the groom on his good taste ested in or having upon said pro "

TUE fact that' two such creditable in lay Ing.aside tho trowel and cementing T. A. Knight says be has ten differenic L Upon in receipt postage of stamps.your address we will and mail fifteen you ,I XMAS GOODS at Morgan Bros. Call I our required Circuit to Court be for lens appear the before Judicial the Judge Circuit of All-wool Cashmeres at 30c. pe;;

: ,. daily papers as the Times-Union t the tics that Cupid the sly little got], had styles of spRing roller window shades prepaid our SOUVEKIH PORTFOLIO OF TII&WORW's of the state of Florida, Fourt Clerk's office in ..
trom which to select. Price Btarke on the first Monday of January : yard.
SOc
find Citizen are published in to $1.00, COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, the oext.
being
.. I laid fur him.
: Notice, v iz: the 1st day of January. A. U. 18
regular price is Fifty rents, but as we I court to be held ou that day in aud for
Florida makes her a subject for con CREW8-SAPP. Neglect of the hair often destroys its I wont you to have one. we mako the price: All persons whose notes we hold on the of'Bradford. then and there, to show cause why Broadcloth ft-r ladies' dressei

: gratulation. Mr. P. 8. Crews, Jr. and Mill Rosa vitality and natural hue. and causes it tofall nominal. You will find it work of art purchase of hordes are requested to conic t I: sid property should not be taken for the uses: 53

0111. Before it is too late apply Hall's and a thing to be prized. It contains; foiward and settle at once, a purse!net fort in said petition or b i inches
at SI.00
: Sapp \\ ,re united in the holy bonds of ..1.V.. b W.T. Wuu.Clok per yard.
Hair Renewer, a mire remedy. full views of the HODGES. I .
TItle Gainesville Sun catches the page great buildings Circuit Court Bradford Co., Fla.THOS.
wedlock at the residence of the bride'sparents with descriptions of same aud is executed .1. W AIAMUKZ.Dr. ; ,, E BuG.Plaintiff's dtorney.No .

S TELEGRAPH'S idea of permitting the Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sapp at T ew Mr. B. 0. Harris has resigned his position i in highest style of an. If not satisfied _v... -' -' Wash Fabricks (SimpsonV), tmade. .

S. prize fight and then penning Corbett River on Wednesday night. i as agent of the F. C. & P. in this! with It, after you get it, we will refund Powell's "Sever-Fail" Fever Cure
the stamps and let keep the book. may be fouiul on saiu with any of the following Notice. .
This happy marriage was one of the city and is succeeded by Mr. U. U. you
Mitchell
:: and thus getting all the Address II. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago. l : .I la the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Circuit ot '
leading events of the week at New River, McDonald.It I ll. .7.L. GASKINS. Bradford
j' and glory there is in it. 4 Starke Fla. Florida- County idr
; money I and the numerous friends of the popular --- tiT\1KE pKUO CO.. 'f.* Dressmakers should} see line of.
i is an acknowledged fact that we eel n) A colored Baptist preacher) at Lincoln,, U EO. 8, ROACH & BRO New.River, Fll\., Julia vsT Knight I I my
j : :>Bill for
5 A sbx has been born to Ah Gun, young couple gathered In to will them H. C. PARKER & BRO.G. ., Divor.Toma
god-speed in their new lire the most reliable goods a.t the lowest prices Neb., married at the age of ninety-nine. S YOUNQ. Hampton, Fla. l Knight. ) Dress Linings Canvass and D"eA.
: the first child born to a Chinamanin and that store the HARVEY JARRETT Lakeside. Fla. TO 1PPEAU-THE FLORIDA.
our is in thecounty.
largest
Mr. Crews a son of eZtShenff P. S. R. W. JONE, LaCrosse Fla. FOCI SATE OJ Dress Buttons '
I the city of Worcester, Mass, Jta Try us. Truby Sternburg: Ueegs' Cherry Cough Syrup. LTJKE DUA WDEY. I'he 11111 Fbi.I. To Thomas B. Knight, greeting : I, Stays, Etc. I a ".
Crews itfld. is a young man of sterling The greatest nnd best Cough Syrup. It ) M DRJGGEitS, Dekle, Fla.t \

hoped that the little. 8on of Ah character. while hid bride .Is the daughterof ; 4 Co. S will relieve H cough quicker feurer and W.. L.L. BLAIH.R. JONEH.. Turpentine" .. Camps I! -L TT leudant having been, Thoraa shown B.by Knight aflldavlt is that a non the resident de proud of these nice. goods, and .".

S Gun will live long and do well. one of Bradford county's most prosperous With many clergymen. public rneakers, more effectually than any thing on the JOHN A. KING, Lake.Butler, Fl11. ,. of the state of Ford und that the residence
nvtrket. ..5 of said not known to the pleased to show them.
Sold and warranted by StarkeDrug C. GJLL
( farmers and singei nod actors. Ayer'a pectoral .
Cherry
possesscs many of the TOWNSEND BROS. S. complainant and that said defendant over the
: ".. A PHYSICIAN in London recently graces of womanhood that are well worth \is the favorite remedy for hoarseness and Company. _. J. H. bOWLING, to ae of twenty-one years i ti

V charged 112,000 for a professional 1 the winning. 1t all and affections lungs.' Its of anodyne tlie vocal and organs throai t Where Seeds Come Prom- H C.J.II,PRESCOTT HOUGHTON. Sampson.1I1lddl burg Fla.Fla. i* therefore that the ordere.sd defendant considered Thomal and adjudged B. Colored Dress. Goods, Mourninj .

expectorant First among the seed: producing houses O DOM BROS., Providence. Knight,do appear te bill of -
call, and his name was 1'layfair. ) 'KI NEy..nENDRICliS. effects are promptly realized. of f the world! stands the old establishment W. F. BYNUM Fort White, Fla. complaint hereiu on before the 5th day ofFebiuary. Dress Goods, Wash tfresa 'Fabricl
whereof de
AD 1894 in default a
..5 ..' : lie may play fair, but i it will require At New River Thursday night >Ir. C., "Sweet Home" and good bread are of I D. M. Ferry & Co., Detroit: Mich. HIGH HENRY SPRINGS& WILSON MEl, CO,. Drew High ,Springs It'la. Fla. cre pro confesso will b entered against the
: : syn Established in 1856. this firm has foryears J. H. JOHNS, Houston, said Thomas B. Knight.It Blankets aDd FUnnels.Indies' .
S a great deal of argument to make R. SIcKinpi'y! and Miss Lou Hendricks onvmous. The manufacturers of thi;at been the largest and best-known JOHN M. GARY. Melrose. .. 'further ordered that this notice be pub

people believe that he works fair.JACKSONVILLE'S entered the holy estate of matrimony.Mr. flour have a'reputation to sustain, therefore t- seed house in the world. In 1893 over: J.F.II.J RIVEK8.WEEKS, Fort Xewnauaville White ." lished newspaper l in the published BRADFORD at COVNTY Starke TELEGRAPH in Bradford, a -

t S S McKinnry is a son of Rev. A. J. they send out only the very bet one hundred thousand dealers handled I J. G. COLON; LUesvllle, county. Florida, once each week for eight con Custom Made Union Snit&
Ferry's Seed and the number of L.MKOON Mason secuti e weeks. '
new daily paper, McKinncy and stands high in his commu. goods We are Clarke agents. ileiberge r them peoplewho N- G. HAYS, LaCrosse. In witness whereof. I have hereunto set ray at $1.25.
planted runs fa/ into the mil
: The Florida Citizen has made nily, while his bride is a daughter of Mrs. & Richard hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit Cut
:.- .' : its l lions. Fur 1894 this firm has made preparation Southern Chemical Co. on this the :t day of oveber. A. D. 1tJ
:: and those who i iL. M. Johns and hold the respect and to supply at least 50,000( bushels WEE( .
appearance, expectedit admiration of all who know her. Mr. J. C. Boswell. one of the beatknown of garden beans aone. Something more Starke, Fla., [U S J By N. D. AJaIQB.D. C. 'J.iiornson'sGloveFitting CLadies' <
: L. B. Rhode, .
; to be a representative journal cf The TELEGRAPH extends and most respected citizens o ifUrowowood. thai kbrewd business methods is required Sole lU'rs.Chamberlalu' Cplnant's

'i. Florida's best interests have not Us congratulations Texas suffered will in place and keep such u business in Iii I, S 7 Notice. Kid Gloves.
S : and wishes for all a long and diarrhoea for long time and ,
huppylife. a tried man',, lead. It is something that deserves the Eye and Skin OIntmeat.
I been disappointed in the numbers different remedies without benefit, until: thought of every one who plants a seed In Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit of .

.5 5. ,that have been placed before them -- Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhcea If every sewer could go on n tour of in. A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eves Florida-Bradlord County.

-. First-class cooking and heating stovesat Remedy was used; that relieved spectiou through this great establishment Tetter. Suit Hlieum. Scald head Old J.burg M.and Truby.E.Strong S. J. Stern-,part- .

". ; Out at--Omaha the other low prices at Truby. Sternburg & Go's.SAMPSON him at once For sAle by Starke Drug C ). and see what is behind the name of Ferry's Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema. Itch ner doingbu'lues.iuflBiU j of Special attention is called $'o my
S day a
fo Forlour
Seeds see with what care they have been Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples .and the name of rdortaae.
Mrs. E. Strong showed the TELEGRAPH Piles, It is cooling and soothing. Hun T ruby.Sternburg Co
4 Judge sentenced a poor devil to the CITY AFFAIRS. developed and tested see with what precision vs. & stock ofGENTS'

.5 penitentiary for life who, made desperate reporter grape fruit that had been buried they arc sorted and packed. ready dreds of cases have been cured by it after Owen Owens Jr. J

'' Mr. II. C. RyaU. successor to R. Q.:J ID tbe Mild at her place for fully a year. for planting, there would be less disappointment ; all other treatment had failed. 25 cents NOTICE TO.APPEAR-THE SATE OF FLORIDA AND BOYS'FURNISHING
the of per 00:. For sale by the Stark Drug
by held
pangs hunger, I Cabsels, Sons & Co.. tins arrived from When I Ill, grape fruit proved to be and fewer losses from tho use Conipaqy To Owen Owens Jr., Greeting: .
zS. up a mail carrier and robbed him of nriflVnd of inferior seeds. IT haiiog been Shown by affidavit that the
S Georgia with bis family Id take charge of ni juicy M when it came UMrs. Every year D. M. Friry & Co. tauean -- C5 defendant. Owen Owens, Jr., is a non-resi GOODS,

one cent. At the same term of tbu turpentine business at tbU place. Dlaluritr. Strong thjuk that bury Annual for 'the convenience and instruction 4 5d_ ent of tbe state of Florida and that the residence .\.,
S of said the city of
: court tho tame judge sentenced a Business is brisk around Sampson. Orange ) h ing this fiuil 1 is the best process for pre of those who plant feed. It I is nah, county of Chatham aud state of Svan-t.: Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Ties, Undewear
prepmed by the most competent authors. S and that said defendant over the age
A bank president to five years' imprisonment shipping is the order of the day. kcrving it. and is rightly: looked upon ag H standard twenty one years, i ,, Fine Shoes and Half iloee. ji.
Tbe Messrs. Hull) two of It is theiefore ordered, considered and adjudged
Starke's
: enter
for the embezzlement of I For a Acare throat theie u nothing better authority on the most profltab.e things that the said defendant. Owen Owens ,
prising young men, have been lt"in ig tliMii a fttnnel bandage: dampened will to plant, and the best way to cultivate Jr., do appear t the complainant's bill of complaint
: .; 1000000. That judge ought to them. herein or before the 18th day of De I have the nicest line Ge
e/-1 things lively around here in tho orangebusiness. Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It will Dear!) Thin (took is sent free of charge SEDSJ A. D.1S93, in decree .of
;. 4i' ,. 'bo "unbenched." always effect a cure in ope night's to all who send their name and address to cebr. dl'taulttheref a
"'. They are jolly, good fellow, time, : so wU be against the sid .
This remedy is also a favorite fur rhcti; the above mentioned firm. .Arc just vihut every. Owen Owens and Boys t
f and spoke hopefully of the future of mutism ana has I.Wl'r;'d. iba nier1of It is ordered that this notice published
cured furthe
: IN expressing impatience with many severe cases i'3 Terry' !*eis! ____ b
__ Covsry
Sampson City 50 cent bottles for sale by Starke Drug C i, : Nonpareil Hair Curler fcini tb -found tlun up. tl" BR.\DFOI Suirke.TJtEpJ. anewpaper

i..:: the government for dallying withthe Dr. A. P. Smith U closing out his crop Will keep the hair in curl the dampest bkb gwd business lia* been la built tbe world.the county FIoi published i>ia, ur.ce erw'.i at \o.*k for four Dnldfur.consecutive BLACK SUITS t:

; Hawaiian question to the neglect of orange, which is the finest that has A boy grows out of abort paula and weather. Every brittle positively guar- C Seed Annul for 1194 weekslowiu.fs I have hereunto set :
anteed by Starke the um apd substance of f'htfof. ivy
'. of other''and more important I b vu brought to our town. l Utng stockings into long pants and short Drug. Coinpaitv.The farming knowledge. Fr e baud anil Hal o( our circuit eourtothis ",
s cock just about the time he for the Mklng. the 15th day of November. A. D. 1833.S For the I least offered):
measures, the.ditor of the Bronaon I S. J. Prevcott, the Sampson City grer'man. 0* drops onto; world's sugar plantation produce) D. M. FERRY ft CO.. W. T. WEEK.Clerk iuoneyever
"hn Santa Ckms racket. We [L. S.] By N. D.
were Mick.PENSIONS. RIOB.D.C.
is handling jUltguing Detroit.
: Times-Democrat *il makes I c immense quantity every year 6.000,000 tons of sugar. L. B. RHODES, Complainant's Sol itr. this market.
says no : of the golden fruit. tu refer to this as an illustration of -5--- .

--v difference to i\s whether the inland : Two white and four colored families the eternal' fitness of things when vc The Great Southern Remedy. Notice of Attachment.VTOTICE .

: is ruled by a king, queen or knave:" : have moved to this place recently. happened to think there were also some I ing People money should for trashy not )i.e mixtures deceived into pay is hereby given to P.H. Sumaer and S

S ":',; Our rattles that off Mr J. M. of the firm of girls It this wide work The brilliant Botanic pollen up i* all other persons interested that J. M.
S contemporary Truby. Truby, to sell. Blood Balm. ((8. B. B.) Truby, 8. J. and E. Strong partnersunder

f '' like one accustomed to J holding 'em. Sternburg & Cl)., of Jsturice. was in. our i idea vanished. which has been made in Atlanta fur Ih6 the firm name and style of Triy.8&r- GROCERIES. 41 41My
& Co.. have commenced
burg a
past fifteen fails to
years nttver give satis
town but week. : Being located near the Government
.; Supposehe had caught ace and it iii A source of L'fcat pleasure to the faction Depart H. 8umner in the County Judg' Court of
: I as a superior building up tonic and menu we are able to give your claims better Bradford county. Florida and the
./ ,,;':.- ;. ten !II| bee to correct a statement I noticed lo TELKQHAH to be able to ta.tc that 31 r, blood pur i flier. It is made from the prescription I attention tban attorneys located elsewhere. property o': the said P. H. Sumner for the purpose .
'- -. ___ the TKLKOHAPH of the 8th Special attention given to difficult and reject of and
inst. of eminent collecting sixty-one dollars
Ik" 'S S xaying U D. Wall, whose life was despaired of: an physician. The j cUlms. If your present attorney does not suit six cents due from tie said P. H. eight-r Stock of Groceries is of ,
2;", IN California a man and woman that there' was a large monkey around : two weeks ago is now able to sit up. and bottle is large and the dose small. See you lost.and Is slow, write us. Soldiers who hare said Truby. Sternburg& Co and the aiid 1. H. ::14'

t;( :\ :, went before a notary public nnd Sampson. It was no monkey. U was s : hopes to get oul' of tbe house in a few is their thoroughly advertisements endorsed and buy by thousands that which of Charges their of desertion discharges removed.can obtain No new fee unless ones. notified Sumner and to appear all other to said persons action interested on Monday are: ,, very best. I deal. only) in tbe best*

man; but be is now. Also the you get a pension. Advice FREE. Soldiers January,15th. 1994. TRCBY STERXXCRO& r
gone Co.
: '* ; signed a contract to be married for Run days. )If. Wall withstood an operation grateful patients whom it has curc A pensioned at lees than twelve ($13) dollars per everything. Pure Lard and Bat
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they claimed to be a dude dude trial bottle will montt and suffering front addition ,
was no from the effects of which tell its merits. disability in '
,y ; nix months When the six months a large per cen I- to that named in their pension certificate N otlee.C t.
may
but he is
-it"*; a dandy. .nd hits paid up bis : of die. I obtain Increases the a specialty. No. 1 Me
.f age patients his many friends under new law It is not IX months after date I will apply to the Strictly _
1 S S 'expired they renewed for another board like a ma.n. will bo glad to him A Philadelphia inventor has a minature I necessary for you to have gotten any ailments:in L County Judge of Bradford county for a 'J
see
on tUc streets trolley road on the roof of his house. I war to get pensioned under the new law. Pensions : final discharge as exector of the estate of Char Flour Grits and Meal.I .
tern have Hoping that the hum ,
lawyers become interested of
: )our proas w ill again, _ __ .i for widows and children without regard I to lotte Louise Glanzman, deceased late of Bradford 'J.
5 never cease for the of I cause of soldier's death; mothers and fathers: county, for a final discharge of said estate. .
in want work lo do Iam
the
.5 and ,
case hataKen Headache and Who Are now dependent, whether do
S Mr. U S. Benedict, of Randolph. N. Indlgeatlan they were dependent OCBTAVS A. PROLSBAQEX, .not deal in trash of
t S. ; Yours truly Can lie cured. If don't believe It I on soldiers when he died or not. Pensions Nov. 21-6m "- .
to decision you try |
steps secure a judicial, as Y. has bad the Kentucky thou obtained for shrvlce rendered in Mexican Administrator.S "
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'fUE HUSTLER. BepgLittle Giant Pills. Sold and wa r- and Indian wars. Mexican kind. Highest -placed t
pensions can now I be guarantee .,
S t--\ to the validity of loch an agreement.t. --. I thoroughly renovated and took charge ranted by Starke Drug Co. increased to $13 a month. Suspended pensions Notice. ..
r
! !":J/'Jr.tt' If California permits such as this a'l mnn Bros., the lQWpricu shoe : last Monday. Air. Benedict proposes to -- SIX months after date I stall npply to the everything I sell.
The Spleennot restored.PATENTS. Judge of Bradford county for a
rr.": ; there is little wonder that) her house. make the hotel firaUclaks tP every particular final discharge as executor of the estate of 1
and is confident (J the ill humor you feel like venting John Matthews, deceased late of Bradford ."
S
{ r. ornnges are bad.NOTWITHSTANDING. They Will Ioq, I gelling a large upon some offender but tha aploen near Caveats Trade Marks, Deafens, Copyrights and county,for a final disdiarge of said estate. COFFEES.Try 1
t number of guests from New York t<> tbe stonjncli. which all Patent buwne'ss conducted for Moderate fees. ROLAND THOMAS. 0(0.
The following merchants and' supplies the proper Information September, ':
and
shop advice given to inventors without Executor. f:
spend thc winter. The
4 of TELRQBAPK hopes amount of blood to the stomach I
fS one our of during ] charge. Address, -
keepers Starke have '
' f ageed to close that he may ratet with( great sUeCe u. digestion lint both are effected bv ittorpid THE NORMAN CLAIM MCENCY, my blended Coffee (Java i
contained THE
contemporaries
- the t>tartling their respective places of TELEGRAPH
business from liver. A
Read the cnrin another column. torpid liver excites the Box 16T, Washington, D. C. ,I
1" S announcement that Jeff L. Saturday eight, December 3d until the spleen (ill humor) and destroys the bodily I 1 YEAR <$] Mocha), roasted. Nothing better'5be ;I

: :. t. Davis had been morning of tlie 28th, Hattle Bakers a little teo-vear-old) organ but an active liver promoted I by {\f\
:s Jevied.upon.antlsold T. A. ___. _.____ _'u girl, Simmons. ... Liver. Regulaior. destroys 'I( $1..UU TEr1( PH. $1.00 All KINDS OF JOB PRINING- had at any price.
Knight. J. O. Alvarca YtJ' .
.? ,: / by the sheriff, that young journalistic Truby. narrowly escapea being burned to spiecn (ill humor) und excites tlrl ht '
l Steruburg &Co., Morgan Brus. death a short time at fttarbird's action the "'"
mill
Hercules (except ago digestive powes-then no more '
it, bobs I have in stock
. ":' : np serenely with postof\ bOlUs) Fred Martlu. Dodges & Dear Lake Butler. She was standing near Dycpepsiu. Constipation or Biliousness. 2,500 lbs. .

1 4.',....... ..5- 5 his Gadsden .Democrat this week. Alvarez. N. J. Jones Hoffman Bros T. an outdoor fire and the fUmes caugut to I JOSEPH ECKERT; Rio Coffee, and not a bad grain i

j The TELEURAPII is happy to. l know \ S\vcatt W. W. Sapp Bradford County her clothes When the child discovered Over six hundred thousand cattle are > c1..,

t1 that the sheriff did not come the Bank. Hciberger $. Richard (caccptcx* that h-r clothing was on file she started to annually: slaughtered to make beef extract the whole lot, at the same price;.
-
Joseph act on Jeff and .press hours). run but a geullem.au standing near seized A Dead National I
warmly congratulatos Open and shut Bakery pay for inferior and trashy g .
,- her and removed the
burning skirt. TbuQllln's ;
;- its brother on tho And no foolishness. ,
swcessful Pocket knives Beggs Chsrry t
.r' attL&e '-{e cash bands were badly burned and t'te I elsewhere.. .{
Cough will
i: : l. adjustment of hi* financialdifficulty. house-Hoffman Bros. child received several very painful bums. fail. Syrup Sold and warranted cure where by aU Clarke others Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes of All "_ .

-
' "_ May the Democrat livelong Drug Company.
..; Mr J. P. Blaixe an extensive real estate S Kinds TEAS.
The
Strong Hand.All
.> and the shadow mansion on Pennsylvania on
S may of i its dealer tn De Moines law, narrowly .

, :'0 5 '. editor never grow less. eacaptil pneunumia one while of the severest attacks of avenue gathering will of be kinsfolk the acene and friends of a happy The best BucMen's salve in Arnica the world Salve.for cnta ORDERS BY MAIL Will BE GIVEN Pure uncolored 'J'eas-tbo

. S, ...j -Si "- n-i__ In the northern part of during bruises, sores. ulcers, salt raeum, fever PROMPT ATTENTION. .
? i : f SOME of our contemporarily ;that state during a recent blizzard says the holiday Mrs. A. ). Comstock a.ndgrandrdaughtet sores, totter, chapped hands chilblain, ift
:. seem the Saturday Review. Mr. BUijc hart M.U Edith corns, anti all skin eruptions and posi BrtRcry Opposite Court House that. can be fount in Japan- Wj
?: to think that The Florida Citizen occasion to drive several mites Crawford. lively > d
cures
can during tbe pJl*sor (ii) pay required. It Staike1 -
I ',:t Ss' flourish only on the of older storm aud was .so thoroughly chilled that Mrs. U. R Sheldon (nee Miss Strong) and is guaranteed to uivo perfect satisfaction -_ Fla.I per Ib. I also have cheaper Tet.4COME |
; grave an b).WILl unable to get warm and inside of little daughter, Misses Jennie and Jessie or money refunded. Price 25 cents per oJt

-P !.: 1,, enterprise. Here we must disagree an hour after his return be was threatened Strop and Mr. E Strong of Oil City.' box. For ale by Starke Drug Ct>., an.i I A. M. SHOMO .
with a severe case of John A. King Lxko Butler. ;
pneumonia
tSS; .:' nth them. Jacksonville cannot fever. Mr. Blaiao i sent to the nearest or drug lung Peon., will all be here for the holidays. ESTABLISHED 1676.I .- I S o'I

: .' fcccomo a. great city without more store and got a bottle of Chamberlain's After the holidays Mr &roug will return I I {

:. .." .' people, more business establishments Cough Remedy 'of which be bad often to Oil City white Miwcs Jronie and. House Wholesale Produce .
heard and took Kentucky I IH. I Commission.
a number SEE
of largo doses. Jessie will return to school at Ml. Au ul n AND :
r 'f: more money and morenewspaper He uys the effect was wonderful and In a Institute, Cincinnati .:

) ;: *. There is abundant abort time be was breathing quite easily. QUia Mr Strong -'DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF- ,
He kept a taking the medicine and the is particularly delighted with the prospett S. BEXEDH, Prep. (

i < room for both_ The Citizen and ,The' next day was able to come to Dei Moines. of entertaining little MlM Sbrl.on. b&rgf1LDd.dI" Piodnce* Fruits uiul Vegetables. Me. :I can save yon (big) me

k,...1 "S Times-Union, and. while The Tzi...ES wonderful.Mr. Bhtize retards For sale his by Starke cure aa Drag ahaply Co. hter. / ONLY BRICK HOTEL IN THE CITY. NO. 11 SOUTH BROAD STREET, I mean what I say. Haven't

;: GRAPH bid the former thrice welcome 1- 1Jo.sepli -" .&t.ax.ta Ge

A4; it hopes that the latter Cough! Cough! Cough Conveniently I Located. Accommo >rgLa. time nor space to enumerate!
may If Eckert. the city baKer. wishes to Refers to Brad streets, Banks and Business Men of Atlanta. "
>". r- continue to be as useful in the you want to, but if you desire to stop announce to his friends dations First ClaM. stock but
and show it
: get a bottle) ct Bgjts' t'herry ( igh to the public .can to y.

.\.'. : development of Florida as it I has Syrup It wili stop your cough iu live i hat !lic' will !Iw rrarty !,. l to;ik. ('lui,'iinns RATS S1.5OTO $2.00 PER DAY. _.GONO..811MIl BA McIGI.I. .

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