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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 1895
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:00356
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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"j v Awarded Miss Alya Johns., who has been ill several -- Mr. J. B. Williams, of La"'tey, was in I I '

i' The only Place I Highest Honors-World's Fair. I:. weeks, is now recovering rapidly and town Thursday.Hon. II

will IH out again. A
soon
DR. E. P. Ward of Ward City, was
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Stewart's sarsaparilla purifies the blood in town Thursday.
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get.Every
: and all diseases caused by bad e
cures
t I Jelly tumblers: and fruit jars at Truby
blood. 75cts. Starke Drug Co.
Sternburg & Co's.About .
in theDrug tarp
: thing Will sell shoes at very low prices.
! i 4,000 bushels of strawberries
Have a large stuck to select from. Giveus
were shipped this season from the vicinity A
a call. Truby, Sternbnrg& Co.

11 f ? or Drug Sundry CREAM of Lawtey. iLi

& Miss Madge Blitch has: returned to her The trnck growers of Litesville and .

line at home ml Phoenix afttr a visit with her Ward City will begin the shipment of I

:f reasonable prices, BAWNG cousin. Miss Lula Morgan, of this city.Platt's tomatoes next week. FriendAnd

Chlorides, lime and chloride of The Old
Mr. J Leonard Varnadore and bride
STARKF. DRUG CO POWDER lime, cnperas and carbolic acid in any (nee Miss Florence Hague) of New River the best friend, that never
For sale Staike Co
: 't quantity. by Drug ,
were in the city Thursday.After fails you is Simmons Liver Eegu-

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lator the Red Z-that's what
MOST PERFECT MADE.A Miss Steinecker, who has been a guest (
pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free .f her brother in this city during; the win a visit of several weeks in Starke, you hear at the mention of this

torn Ammonia,Alum or any other adulterant ter, left Wednesday far her home in Miss Sarah Dickey returned a few days excellent Liver medicine, and

40 YEARS THE STANDARD Pennsylvania.The ago to her home in Franklin, Pa. people should not be persuaded

i. C1OSill 0111 a1e extra large line of toilet waters Mrs. H. H. McDonald and children returned that anything c*. e will do.

; lt i3 the King or Liver Mcdi.
HAPPENINGS IN THE CITY. powders, perfumes, soaps and brush we Wednesday from Titusville, where
cines is better than 'and
b offer can't be excelled in quality or pnce. they have been visiting relatives. ; pin ,
41 :" and
Slarke Drug Co. takes the place of Quinine
t ;; During the remainder the season Mrs. Calomel. It acts ofl the
directly
jIf _ _ Local Items Picked Up Here
The many friends of Mrs M. G. Wit- Schroder will sell her entire stock of Liver, Kidneys and Bowel! and LOOK HERE

and There. kovski will be pleased to know that she is millinery at greatly reduced prices. gives new life to tho who!!) fys-

COMMENCING MONDAY MAY 20TH. well on attack the of road fever.to recovery from a severe Messrs John Harden and J. L. Matthews tem. This ia the medicine yon
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< < ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW. of Providence, came to town want.,' Sold by all Druggists in

Don't neglect that cough, it leads to Thursday with Ned Bieling, whose reason Liquid or in Powder to DO taken. aIfN -.-

consumption. One Minute Cough Cure has been dethroned.Mr. dry or mado into a tea.

Matters that Have Occurred or possesses a double virtue. It cures and S -EVEnY PACKAGE'S
Will Occur In the Near Future Starke Co. Frank Carpenter, the wine manufacturer HM the Z Stamp In red ou n..plJOl'.
If '" Will Sell at Cost in Out -Epitome of a Week's cures quickly. Drug of Kingsley lake, was in town Mon- J.H.ZK1UN & CO.,i'2iilad.Iplda,Pv.
Lots
Closing Happenings in Starke. The Methodist Sunday school picnic day laying in a supply of sugar[ for use "We

f .; will be given Thursday May\ 30th. Tho in the manufacture of large quantities of LAWTEY NOTES.

it ; /1'if Starke now has three base ball teams. I A. S. R. & G. railway has given a rate of strawberry, blackberry and grape wine. I Mr. and Mi's. Charles S. Darling

I 15 and 25 cents for the round trip. Mr Carpenter disposed of 240 gallons of
have returned to their home in
T. A. Knight will sell)) shoes next week are -
! The TELEGRAPH is indebted to Mr. J. wine last year and expects to increase the Brooklyn, after a. visit of two ':" .

i A lot of men's Shirts The "meloncolic" days will soon be M. Judson for copies of Chicago papers output this season. months in Lawtey, wLere they leave
,
here' friends.A .
containing accounts of the snow storm Prof, A. Hercules will many warm

i /. Undershirts Collars Cuffs The local market is glutted with vegetables that recently swept over the Northwest, term of school on June 3d open for the a Instruc-private few changes are taking placein "s"tl..1J. I ,
Lawtey, as they occur in other
tion of teachers and advanced student
The supper given by the Talbird Soci- small towns south as elsewhere.Mrs. .

i a, I and Ties will be specially Mr P. L. Starbird, of Lake Butler is in ety of the Baptist church was a very Prof. Hercules has giyen entire satisfac- E. P. bhipman has bought the
tion
of the school in
; as principal High this OXL
the city. pleasant.function,, and added a very neat stock of goods of S. Powers &; Son,
sum to the exchequer of that organization city, and teachers who contemplate takinga and will continue the business in the .
Vl offered. Small and Mrs. P. E. Caaova is visiting relativesin course this summer can do no better ::
; pieces same building. Mrs. Shipmau has
Gainesville. than to attend this term. /tourd can be been in the mercantile business for ...
Miss Maud Tompsett, who has been attending secured here at $8 month and the deok: "
, /f Patterns of Dress Goods Black alpaco coats and vests at Truby Wesleyan Female College at Macon per the last thirty years, and has felt f
Sternburg & CO'R. tuition will be 75 cents a week. This lost during her residence in Lawtey
Gis at home for the ,
summer will give the teachers the advantage of without of this kind
something on
: i sacrificed. Also a lot of T. A. Knight will sell Money or Goods and much admirers.It to the delight. of her many friends thorough training at a very email! cost. her hand We bespeak for her a 'VAJ ..K'ij'h.SOTTie .

at cost next week. share of the trade of the town.

= is not miracle. It woti't The following from the Deland Supplement She will be assisted by her husband,
a cure
Look at those Serge suits at Truby. every is true of almost place "The
1l of I every :
Trimmings consisting & Co's. thing, but it will cure piles. That's what Col. Shipman, nod his son, Brooks. .
: aternburg who "
man growls the most and complainsthe .
We wish Colonel and Mrs.
Shipman
I De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve will do, be- .
I .Braids and I Any man in need of a shirt should see cause it has done it in hundreds of cases. most about hard times present and every success in their new under. .
Passamentaries
Gimps -I prospective, just now, is the man who
taking.
} A. Knight at once. Starke Drug Co.
does the least: to prevent hard times and Mrs. A. A. Benham has returnedto

{ -1A and Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart visited An important business meeting of the to save himself from them. lIe always Norwalk for the summer. She grea"t
fancy articles
, Jacksonville TuesdayFor .Guards was hold Monday night. Several groans over the sad, sad condition of expects to return to Lawtey the

new members will be added to the roster things and wonders what we are comingto. early part of January next. ..
la grippe use Powell's Feyer Cure.It
; : k' Stamped Linens etc. never fails to cure it. shortly, in consequence of the glowing but still does nothing to change; the Mr. Pierce has moved into J. P.

accounts of the recent encanipinent. current of events. These people are to be McCulley's cottage.F. BARGAINS

Fresh 1l0 er seed that will grow. 5c. a pitied. They arc not only unhappy them- Monlin has changed his location
a; !' All must go. Everybody paper. Starke Drug Co. Jos. Eckert, of the National Bakery, selves, but they make everyone else with to one of the houses of V. J. e
f.y has opened up a fine assortment of fancy w'lom .
1-: they come In contact unhappy Shipman.The .
Spring and summer goods until you I candies and confections in his new establishment -
invited to call L. L. I. S. have done some for ,
'
i / early. can't rest at N .T. Jones'. next to the express office and John Malphurs, who resides near La- good work in Lawtey this year. : '

irl those who want pure unadulterated goods Crosse, met with an accident recently have .
The "Victors" should They planted many trees, "
aof
:l ball for the near future.arrange game should call on him. that nearly cost him his life. He which are all doing well. A cleanup ,

. I T. A. KNIGHT. We wish to state to our patrons that had been to Starke and was returning prettier little town than Lawtey oaslx- \ .'
. I Ladies' and childrens' shoes home late at night. He could not to
-- a specialtyat sec cannot be found in Florida, while Its
. t.1 One Minute Cough Cure is a safe and reli- ,
.. & Co's. drive and concluded to for the health
Trnby bternburj able remedy for children troubled with camp reputation aa a resort cannotbe ,

A substantial is being placedin croup colds, hoarseness and lung troub night. He made a ore under a log too highly, spoken of.I '
T. R. SWEAT awning which rested a foot two above tho Ou..rrn.o1Jto
or
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.i: r / front of Joseph ECkert's bakery. les. It is pleasant to take and quickly UItD'S
cures. Starke Drug Co. ground. The fire burned the prop which INE

The recent rains hive knocked a great held the log up and when it fell it pin- F.1TTING

: j Dry Goods many young peaches off the trees. Prof. S. C. Townsend announces the ioned his feet which were under the log, OOT-WEAR : ,',

opening of his summer school. Mr. to the ground. This was painful, and to at Trubj, Sternburg & Co'.. .
; Our line of Ladies' Oxfords cannot be Townsend gave entire satisfaction in his add to the man's predicament and torture

: Notions surpassed. Truby Sternburg & Co. position in the High school, and those I the fire was spreading and soon reached Old People.Old .

. : Prof A. Hercules and Mr. F. A. Scott who patronize his school may be assured I his feet, which were badly burned. He people who require medicine to regulate :is ::

t are visiting in the country this week. that their children will receive the closest laid in that position all night, but his the bowels and kidneys will find the

:- Furnishings Etc. attention. screams were not heard. A farmer saw true remedy in Electric Bitters. This

An endless quantity of men's boy's aadChildrens' his horse the next morning and drove I does not stimulate and contains no whis-

\ straw hats at N. J. Jones'. Cards are out announcing the coming back to the camp, where he rescued Mr. key nor other intoxicant but acts as a the
marriage of Rev. G. F. Scott to Miss
t Malphurs. The injured wan is tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on
recover
LATEST STYLES. :Mrs, W. II Hoffman, of River Juuc- Adelle Wright, of St. Mary's, Ga. The
from his the stomach and
ing wounds.-Gainesville Sun. bowels adding strengthand
tion, visiting relatives in this
is / city. interesting ceremony will bo performed in -
jlJ giving tone to the organs thereby best
the First Methodist church of St. Mary'son
Mr. J. W. Alvarez is able to be out Notice. aiding Nature in the performance of the

PRICES THAT WILL SELL THEM again after a protracted attack of fever. the 29th inst. The TELEGRAPH ex- Lost, one marc colt about one year anda functions. Electric Bitters is an excellent ogoodS.
tends congratulations and best wishes!! in
: half old; black now and will be dark appetizer and aids digestion. Old People
Daily receptions at T A. Knight's advance.
iron. ray when sheds; stands with front find it just exactly what they need. Price
store commencing next Monday, the 20th.
\\ ork has been resumed on the Atlantic feet turned out. Been gone about three i 5Cc. at the drug store of the Starke DrugCo.

} : Suwannee, River and Gulf railroad weeks. Liberal reward will be given I A I ., and John A. King Lake Butler. 5
;I HATS AT COST! Mrs. Bowden, of Mandarin, is visitingher
her to D. J. Zif Fla.
return ,
daughter, Mrs. D. L. Alvarez, of this near AUchua, where the new road crosses Byrd Lumber Notice. :for
:1 1'' ) the S. F. &; W. The new road is to be
'r ) city. School Notice. I have in my yard at mill in Starke a
pushed rapidly west until it is completed.The .
J
On Monday, June 3J, I will open a of choice dressed lumber
good supply
Mr. and Mrs. L. II Temple.of Savannah road crosses the S. F. & W. one mile
{ \ SHOES private school in Starke for the benefit of such as novelty siding flooring ceiling,
will make Stark their home in the south of Alachua, but curves and runs up the
'. future. to the town. my department and the department taughtby boat and cuttng-up stuff; also rough lum-

; !0= Of Every Description. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Bedbug killer that will give you satis The teeth should not be forgotton. The Tuition Miss Cone$2.00 per month. ber sale of for different cash. qualities Prices will and be prices.firm For and

"",, faction. Clean and .,sjtre kill. Btarke!: value of good teeth cannot be overestimated. School hours 7.30 a. m. to 1.30 p. in. quality as shown. lowestpossible

,t. ''.:- Drug Co. Dental work properly done beforeit Patronage respectfully solicited.S. Mr. Hope Farmer contractor of Starke,

is too late spares one a great deal of C. TOWNSEND. will have it in charge and will be pleasedto
: Mr. H. A. Turner, one of the leading
; Hay Grain and All Kinds Cowfeed.GROCERIES merchants ot LaCrosse, was in town pain. and will often preserve the teeth fora Bucklen's Arnica Salve. receive calls from anyone in want. .

life time. Long practice in dentistry, JAMES E. ELLS, Agent ;
Tuesday. The: best salve in the world for cuts,
.... ns in all professions, makes perfect. I Starke. Fla., April 25. 1895."HalfSick..
bruises, sores, ulcers,salt rheum, fever ,
Martin Bros. have abandoned the store have had the practice and can guarantee .L
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
near the depot, moving the goods to the work. Office residence southeast
good at "
and all skin
corns, eruptions, and posi- pxd.ce.
Rivers stand.Handsome. of F. C. & P. depot. .1. O. Haynes tively cures piles,or no pay required. It .

; Staple and Fancy. Fresh and Complete Stock. line of new spring baby capsat At a special meeting of the coupcil helda is guaranteed refunded.to givo perfect Price 25 satisfactionor cents It is not the great sicknesses or the

Mrs. J. M. Schroder's at New York few days ago steps were taken lookingto money per great trials that are hardest to bear.It r
box. For sale by Starke Co. and TRUBY.
Drug ,
cost for next 30 days the improvement of the sanitary condition is the little vexations,the petty an. I'
John A. King, Lake Butler. "
STARKE pf the town. The order of the board noyances,the"martyrdom of trifles.
Miss Florence Smith, who spent the
i T. R. SWEAT will be delivered to every citizen, and The Guard. Banquetted. Take the ease of a woman who has constant .
FLA. winter in this city has returned to her headaches nervous break-down, STERNBURG
should fail of and
none willing
home in Titusvile! Pa. ready The Bradford County Guards were bilious attacks dizziness. loss of appetite,
{ -- compliance. The prevalence of fever at bauquettcd at the Starke House Monday etc. She is never wholly sick "and yet
never well. She is expected to be up and
Rev. D. L. Phillips will conduct services this time can easily be traced to the bad nigh: by some ct their lady friends. about her work"yet she suffers keenly.

MRS. J. M. SCHRODER at the Rising school house next Sat condition of ho town and if there is not Twenty-fire bra>'e soldiers were ushered torpid It is liver simply under a case which of biliousness her system and is & .CO.

urday night and Sunday. a change matters may take a more serious into the dining room and seated at the tables running down. She wants first of aU,to ,
take a liver pill which will cause the
turn. which were beautifully decorated bowels to discharge all the secreted bile .
The best thing in the world to bring outa which is poisoning the blood. When the
puny child is Stewart's Worm Lozen- While in Stockton. Cal.,borne; time ago- with flowers and laden with all the goody bowels are thoroughly opened she has removed >
Thos. F. Langan, of Los Banos, that state, goodies that the heart could desire. 1 he the chief irritant. Now for the
gers. 25c. Starke Drug Co. next ten days she wants simply a powerful .
was taken severely with and delicious spread was thoroughly enjoyed tonic and blood purifier to strengthenthe ,
IFINEMILLINERY. very cramps I .
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and repair the waste. | .
Good bread is half the living. Joseph dhmhoea. lie chanced to meet Mr. C. l y all. system

: Eckert, of the National Bakery, bakes M. Carter, who was similarly afflicted. For this pleasant occasion the boys are I Yon can get both of these medicines: j Ir I
in two boxes) at cue
( price,
the best. Mail orders solicited.It He says: "I told him of Chamberlain's chiefly indebted to Mesdames C. J. Husband 25 cents,separate by asking your druggist for :

strikes us that the marshal has received Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, N. T, Rich and M. A. Knight, for Ramon's Tonic Liver Pills I -. >
and wo went to the Holden Drug Store the prepcration of the supper and to Misv- and Pcllet9 fit bought separately '

'i Hats and Dresses Made up to Match. Wedding Trpnsseaus a mittee to instructions have the hole from in the the street eiaewalk com-in and procured a bottle of it. It gave Mr. es Florence Knight N
: Specialty.) I front of the Morgan block filled in. How Carter prompt:: relief and I can vouch for Katie Rich for serving it.NOT for constipation 51.i biliousness. Yr_

"1 much longer is this nuisance to continue? its having cured me. For sale by Starke Try this once. I
WHAT WK SAY but
Drug Co. Loess At dealers,or raaU,tor 260..6 boza)1.OO I -
Hood's
,, "! 1 HOOD'S PILLS cure Liver 111, Sarsaparilla BEOWW MFO. COW w York. ,
: K Biliousness, Indigestion, Headache. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder that tells tho story of its merit and sue- IB I

7: ;-L' Next Door to N. J. Jones', STARKE, FLA. A pleasant laxative. All Drnggtate. World's Fair Highest Award. cess. Remember HOOD'S Cures. ,' For Sale by ,T. GASKINS.. ", '..
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REV. DR. TALMAGE.THE reach from New York Bate to Golden and private bnefaUol where FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PBNlNSULAK

Horn. The plague! pl t neither right hand nor what ,.
Word the noxti Never to any place the other hand did. Going be a Northern Air Line ilV
" NOTED DIVINE'S SUNDAY where you would be ashamed to die Adopt Real no Harvey and Gr phyica New Florida and

V PIMPLES BLOTCHES that plan and you will never go to.any evilamusement Adam Clarke and Simpson, Florida Trunk Line. '
and
p1 p1 P DISCOURSE.Subject nor be found In compromising the discoverer. of chloroform as an aneesthe* V !

j AND OLD: SORES surroundings. How many tic and Leslie Keeley, who, notwithstandingall TIME TABLE IN EFFECT APRIL 21, 1895. :
I within the of called suddenly the ;
past few years men damage done by his incompetent!mj' .
; "Words With Young Men. out of this world and the tators stands of the benefactorsof CI J
i iI newspapers one greatest I
PRICKLY ASH POKE ROOT CATARRH MALARIA, surprised tts When they mentioned the locality the centuries, and all the other mighty 4'I co: NOBT1IP' ti III H 1j" I Iii :
4 as PODeTS. 'iot :
and the companionship. To put It on the physicians who have mended broken bones .aI.t11 Qf&I .
{ S AND 'POTASSIUM KIDNEY TROUBLES "In his audiences at the New York Academy least important ground, yon ought not to go and enthroned again deposed itele and Q _

I of Music Dr. Talmage meets many hundredsof to any such forbidden place, because if yon given their lives to healing deep ; 92 8 43p 886 !
men from different ot the this life In such circumstances : ; ; 00.m lvflenvle ar ) ..
young parts of
yod
depart gash theVWOtid'S: agony. Going to a ;; 4 5 .
S. i ]! and DYSPEPSIA Union, and representing almost every calling put officiating ministers in great embarrass mechanic? the inventor of sewing .. .1030a 636p 74.1I ".'Iult-e.." 940830p I OOp p L'V.
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and in life. To them he specially ment. You know ot the ministers 9 .... ,IirF'rnalldIv 9 .p I
1'- : .: profession thl some machines gins ad saving apparatus 10 lOa 5 20p .... 111 ,7(0)p ... .
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; r ftll10geCI II,P.P.P. add this discourse, the subject being believe that all leave this Ue gostraight and the men who as architects and .... .... ....._ ". 8Up 940:1 ".Everc '.. .. .. .. :% ,
I Marvelous Cures AI'e eadftlT uWor Wih Young to heven. however they acted builders and manufaturr and day laborershave .... 0'q" ... "Br'nswick" '.
Root and Men"FAY .'..., .... "Savsnnah' 05a..7, .i5a..2.. ... ?
jt -PrlctJl Aah. Poke blood purifier- oakith. O. in this world, or whatever they have mad a life of thirty years in this century ... ... .. 1I22a .. ...
q lorn,.too croateat Beverend Sir-We, uderge ing believed. To get you through from midh wortB. more1 thafl th fiill 100 years of ...4.. :.:.. 1130dvSvnnb/lr: .... .... *H ''

in Blood' PoisonRheumatism earnest rader of your sron surroundings ts an important theological undertaking. anv otbflr century. ..... ..... I 4parFl1olrfaxlv., 8 ....... .':. .-
:: : ItasfBS AII..ld1alf.o..lu1121.189'Lb.. request you use as a subject for some One of the most o uou and You six young men of Ohio, and all theotheryoungmen ..".. ... f0 ... escis .Aujusta. 305a 146o t ; V
Os.1 DB1.R8IM-I bought a bottle or one of your future sermons"Advices. to 10ugen" beswe ting efforts of that that I instead of wasting your ..... ..... 1(14' 21OpuDcnmlr: 131)a llOi "'d : V

"ovP.p.p.a'HotSpa,Ark.aud tflree Your respectfully, ever knew of was at the obsequies of a man time on dry essays a to how to do great .......... ..... !4i. .. 3451'Colnm"ia".....=Jof I"

. _ pT1flg8. H.. S.MILLO'rT. CHARLES T. RUERt.F. who was foun 1 dead in a snowbank with his things, go to the biographical alcove of your .:.... ..... ..... ..._ .... "Sprtnbg'" ..E-4; I ..
.ARheville" .
Band three bottles O. O. D. MILLOTT. M. E.ELDEB.J. rum jug close beside him But thdmlniatcf tillagd or City library, and acquaint yourselves .... .... ..... .... ..... 840. .... i V
and Scrofula f 1 BeapecttullIl.ollra1. WTOT. L. SHEEWOOD. S. J. ALTMAW. did the work Of happy tntnafertnod .as well witn men who id thd sight of earth .. .... .... ...... .0". .. 7 Oil 820p "" ,3Ca. jroo.... ('.

., V _ _ Aberdeen Brown County, 0. Innumerable These six young men. I suppose, rpret a p3qlblf.llholght did seem a little inap and heaven and hed did tho great things .............._ 2 847. 938p :alUlbnry". 604a eZ"II CO ... ;.
young men who tin. Remember the 1015. 4Sp"Gr'DilL'u' lOs..V. ;
V ar abut : "Blessed greatest thingS are yet to b .. ... 8lZ 34a ; .
P.P. P. purifies the blood builds up Capt.t.D. Johnston. dertaking the battle of life, \ have dead wh,? die in the Lord. They rest from done. If the Bible be true, or as I had "..4'... .:.:......._ :" 11 40.1 12 nvillo"' 123."ia .:g ,. "

the Btrenjrth weak to weakened and debilitated.nerves expels Rives JV en vhem U may emctnu I here more interrogation points in their mind th their lahor. and their works do follow ter put it. since the Bible is beyond all con'troversy ...... .... ... i. III 20511 OOpl..D. 2 4 a : as o ... i'

diseases.Riving the patient health and by of P.testify P. P.to for the eruptions wonderful of the properties akin. I any ter's printer's CIO ever contained, or them. I you have men1Uport yourself tnie hid greatest battle is yet to b ... .. ........ .Q2 14jp 1 & 227p 1 rea .. .
happiness where sickness for with an nn- fingers ever set up. But few people have thd minister who may fought, and compared with it Sarasfoasd ... .. .... .... 404p S 3.'ia. i .
merr.11Ot b
f.;; feelings and laasltnde rst prevailed.ofter.d aDd I disagreeable eruption oa who have passed fifty )years of age are cpa called npr your demise. Die Getysbur and Sedan were child's play with ..1.............! ; 881f1i. "W'sh'gt'n" 11 942a 15a 10o."ip 837p ;a d.... .
my face. I tried every known rumoFor Llo of giving iidrlco to young men home We of the ; i li2:.) 805a6B'itimote" .I'
in know the .
( primary eeoondary and tertiaryrphUU. di bUG In Taln,until P. P. P. was ueoo. begin their counsal To or some plaeo of honest business, toyitols oven name ..., .... .. "l'hi1acll'I." 120& 5 5P ... "
tot. blood pouonlng. mercurial a.d am DOW entirely cur&i.0fotBon. many by forgetting they or ,\her the laughter I is clean. or amid companionships btt we are not certain as to whetS ......... ..........,-- 25 a1025p .. kIt 12 1)1))0.- ....-,... ..... ,rEh..jtunt
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In malaria and akin dyspepsia utieaaea, and like (81gUOdbZ) J. D.8&vannabo JOHNSTON.030 ever were do young men th'm\' lvo. Novembersnows pure anl elevating. Remember be fought I refer to Armageddon.The ..... .... _. ... ';'_ce 62012'i:31" ow..or
not understand May time blossom that wo to become greatest arc yet to be on Nos. 37 an'! 3.
blotches. pimple old chronlo ulcers any place go our dlovre made CoachPK JJckilonvillo to Was'tDllton
:.". tetter scald bead bolls errBlpclas.ecieua Skin Cancer Cured. week, The east wind never did understandthe starting point for tho next mal .'When wd A Bclentist Throunhm Day V '
I -we mar Bay wit hoot Lear of south wimL. Autumnal goldenrod makes 6i t air { rcentr will rivalelectricity SPRINGS ROUTE :
enter tho harbrt h hvod. the !
.... contradiction that I>. P. P.Ia the beet 2'uHrnonyfromrheJfayOrOf&9U.2'CX. ftet < tho officer ihJg yet HOLLY V
at about CIXCINNATI.JACKSQKVILE. 'I'
a
: blood purifier In the world and makes poor lecturing early vlole1 olsh comes aboard, let us be able to show : sAof things hare not I To 8'. Lonia. Ch:cago, Sioux Ct'y.
V... posture, speedy and permanent cures SxQunr TEX. January 14. 11193.1 Generally after a man has were date at the yet been found out. explorer has recently .
,
V nail cases. MBSSBS. LiPFMANBBOs. I his right foot he i is not competent to discuss clearing PIr whole _. (Jhicaso. Tole-1 No 36 |I I N 0 a.
the Nile on
tried found in Jho valley ;
j: !; __ Ga.t Gentlemen bavo your P.epKHtonsLD. V right port.Word n i' ...
.>" p P.fur a dla048e of the akin, usually iuvenllo elasticity* Not ono man out of a the next: As soon you by ln- fleet df ships bxiried ages ago where noW c ;-d do, Detroit > a SI g 5 40pm Lv '''Jacknonvilie. '' Ar 10 SO am
as cani
'"i V L4dIeewbo..rbem.Impure are poisoned eontknown as skin rance of thirty vC'\fa' hundred cnn enlist and keep the attention of there" is no water. Only sii oitt 6f the 800 :6 I z Cleveland. GOOamJ'T..Atauta..Lrll" pm ...
relIef and ftdv4 homo of '
J tot;: tion.cia.to menltrUAlrre..tba wonpurifies el standing the and blood bun and great removes all:Irritation It tho young after there is a bald spot on the dustry WE. Wh tcno1r; by a a home? I your grasses have been turned into food like thfl d'i *'sSg._ Lonisvi, Z.3'e o'r Z 0 12 OOn'n II .., ..Birminsbam.. 2 5pm720al. .

,d.nat.t.D.atharIy tonto and bene11.blOOd cleanliiDe br from the scat of tho dll'ell@a Cranium. two rooms and tho blessing of Go I on mel both potato and the tomato. There are hundreds z Z::'u;, Naehvi.lo, 0.: 7 5Opm ...II 0 II y HptinRsBt. .., .| V .

.,V ertlrlof P. P. P.-Prick17 .Aa11,prof and prevents. I have taken any spreading flveor nix bottlrs of thocores. I attended a largo m.eellng in Philadelphia of them; one room for slumber one for food, of other styles of food to b disover. __ Indianapolis._ 7 3 'am II .... Lou s..... 7 SO pin -

V V _Boot_ _and_Pot.aallam._ _ _ and feel conHdent thnt another couroij assembled to discuss how the Young Men's preparation and the pirtaklng thereof. Aerial navigation wi yot b I LvJaclis'v'le 10 30am 201 1 55pm730pm ".'. .....ChicagoDubnfjno..... II 1 35 pni .
.. SO
r will effect a cure. It baa also rellovod Christian Association travel on the Cancers and TCOa 5 41pm .... .. 7 am
of that
city might Mark I would like to have home
a .
you, a ,
Mo.. you 42dni 640p -
etomaca b .
and
from Indigestion 15pmr.EycretLLv .
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AUC.1Uh.1893.r me 8 .
male consumptions and leprosies are to be transferred 940a ...Sionx Cuy. 800pmDay
mojre attractive( for \ 700am
:- -I can speak la the trouble Yours truly. young people, with thirty rooms, all upholsterel, pictured .Macon.. '* COam 1131'' &
:., your medicine from my own personal OAI-T. W. M. RUST I man arose and made some suggestions with and Btatuotted, but I am putting from the aataloarue of incurable dlseilsd 460p 127am 11 4 800a St. Louis and .
knowledge. I was affected with heart Attorney at law. such n totiff\ curable, Medical, men are now 8801' 4 02 am :: Atlanta. Through Pullman sleepers
'. disease pleurisy and rheumatism for lugubrious tone of voice and I manner the minimum. A husband. and tfif'e rfhd c& "Chatn'jja 6 4 pmt 8ii a I Jacksonville. ( through Chicago or
V 85 years was treated by the Tory best that seemo.to deplore that everything wa3 not 0 hdppy with V home male up of two !successfully experimenting; 'tlth modes oftransferring "" 1 720pm1 91.Am', Cm 'nail, 8 800p and Jacksonville with but one V
: V pbyclcians ana spent hundreds of with dollars BOOK nil\III Blood Diseases ttfl Free. oin rin, when an old friend of mine, would. not I happy in heaven they diseases from weak t'oilStltilMoils'which ... Sioux tlty !
known remedy I
tried change.
out finding every relief. I have only taken ALL DRUGGISTS bELL IT. at sevonty-flve years, o(young in feeling as got there. Ho. who wins and( keeps affection cannot throw them off to stout COnIt. [I I.DiE.-'l'llrou1b Bleeptr-
one bottle ot your P. P. P.t and can any ono olhVonty. arose and said, "Thatgood of goo 1 practical woman has done I tntions which are able to throw I KANSAS CITY
l' cheerfully any It bas done me more LIPPMAN BROS.PEOPEIETOE3 brother who has just addressed you gloriously.I What do I mean by a good Worlds like Mars and the moon will be with Jacksonville to Holly Spr ngs, Holly Spr.ngalo ;

good I can than recommend anything your 1 have medicine ever taken.to all Will excuse me for saying that a young man i woman? I mean om who loved God before in hailing distance and( instead of confiningour Coach on No. 83 through to Atlanta. Kansas City (one change only.) .

V ederera*the above Mrw&r.Springfield. would no sooner go and spend an evenlnl ehe loved you What do I mean by a practl knowledge to their canals and volcanoes N; .- : llilsouri, Arkansas, lnlllan No. ss
.
V I
: liR'J.. Green Ii. County. Moo Uppman's BloekS&vannan,Ga among such funereal tones rf Tol Cat woman? I mean one who can heir you theyi signal all styles of intelligence to 36.1 I Trrr1tory.NO .
5"p* funereal ideas of religion whi from J&ckll
V V t an.l 86 solid vestibule to anti : '!) .. >
33
,. seems to hdvn i he would go and man's.htfowien IsflUrigdf irdnilfr. ..... Lv 7 42ain3aokonviiie.
ever to loud from Ar......EVCJ'1)tt.
!
the Jomlng times nineteenth Clncmnnati-JaCkOflT111e. Jlcepcrs tJ 15pm .
spend in Laurel Hill yoii ad not wit our hol't6t
0V owning Cemetery. ? i pat! want a weakling going (11''J At...Biriniuham..... LT 2 5spniV
tinder 12 VOn'n
And yet these young men of Ohio ard lilt around the house whining and sniffingabout century dark ile., 20am
...tlcmrhiilh" -
young men have a right t* r.s& those who how she hal It before you marred the power of gospelIzation word is going W OOpm Ar. ..SprlnlleIJ. Mo..'. LV\S\ '
----- have had to bo so improved that the and the 9 1F'.m Ar.
many studying her. The thou I
t iorunitl- simple reason why swor OOpmA.r..Kl\n City..... 1' !
this world RU-i: give of men never get on in musket of our time will bo museumsas t V ,,
ful suggestion a to what theories of help is bacaus-j they marriol nonentities worll now we look at thumbscrews and ancient Nod. 'fNo 3aii1 :

J.WANDREW'"S ought to adopt and what dangers he ought never tot over It. The only thing that Job's instruments of torture. Oh, what opportunities NOIIo l.JU GiIN"a.Slid 9 -oontb and "l"1It 1fl0l'id" and aDI14 and 10

to shun. Atenton. young men. wife prop' rt for: his bphls w-va warm poultie&di you are going to have, young men New Orteln" Daily. Daily.9Oani .
First, your rights You seoL that ? j'.faf'.iutty": ; s lni;.''C\r. tlol.ariidie. ttll thi world ovoi'i uu lot thirty. how thankful Daily. D.1ily. V "
-
I3rt is the most valuable of you. It 13 the ." It to our admiration1 of John you ought td b
Livery SaID and Food Stablos. most important pnr your hou. It is Wesley the add mannr in which he conquered any sooner.rocked Blessed rird thd crdle the students'that arO ...... ..... 10 09Jm LT..... .Call/lhll.l.! .... 5:5pm93.3pm :
: the parlor Cf your entire nature. Put the domestic unhapplness.. His wife hail slandered being now. Blessed r ; 95OamLv..Jack : ..... V

best pictures, on its walls. Put tho beRt music him all over England untij; standing in the freshman cll<.. Blessed those who zuII, 10 10 42am Ar........ Baldwin ........ :
. under its arehos. It is important to have in his pulpit.In nity.BoM mIl hd com will yet be young men when tho new centur Q... UHT.3am 4Opm ii 5ttam Ar. ...... : .."..Ar..3. : = i

/ vt'R j FINEST TeBNOUTS in tho city. the kitchen right, and tho dining room rg1t, plained to the people Syln. lve Somes irij, iri flviJ or si? years the 12 tSam 12 3ipm Ar.....,y/lltl........ ?' drLJ. .
live in in
.n t and the cellar right, and nil the other charged with every the catalogue This world was hardIV fit to4 : 1700am 1 Mpmr....Gainesville ..... 52am ,
of your right but. oh! the of drunkenness when his wife eighteenth I do not see how the old 4Oam .
; parlor except arose centur. -
ratur ; ..... 6 !r..CCllKr V
the soul! particular about the guests who I in tIm back part of tho church and said: I folks stood I. this nineteenth centur 1241m 1 OOpm 26pm \ ..... & Key..Lv..7. 4ipnh -
I DrummC\'s'! Teams aM Drayi a Specialty eutpr Shut its doors in the faces of those :. "John you know you were drunk I lastnight.'s I the world by Christianizing and 2 I'2ll.m 156pm .... .. I 16pm = V

who would despoil and pollute it. There are Then Wesley exclaimed, "Thank' tonallnfuenco been fixed up unti it doe ..... 2 S-&pm Ar.... .Sllv: princes and kings who would like to come God, tho catalogue is complete." When a very temporary But the I-,. 3 Ol&m 2 lptn ......( :....... .1 Oilm 1119.1m ,
I. Proxnp1i: A.1i"ten.1Lon. into it, while there are as.a''ln who would man Prla be marrlfs for heaven or hell, twentieth century! Ah, that will b tho I ...... ..... Ar......Homo.Il.R & ...LT ....... 7 VOam c V
like to como out from itsr and BO d, womad niarrios. time to se* great sights al.l do grout d'd Ar..Wildwoo<....... ll-iOrm 10 iMam = 0

; REASONABLE$ CHARGES$ and with silent foct attempt I You six young wher Fayetto, Ohio> had Oh, young men, gdt fe.tJy for the .pC r 6 4 23ani 2iam 3t7pD HOpm .t .....-sbm:... ..1v 10 l5pm 93'4llm4 4ti 01I050am

| and mtird6rou Let the King como In He better look out of that mightiest ln' grandest and most 720&111 4 4Tpm ....... ..... ...Lv 9151'm lOam ; -
i' g t is now nt the door. Let me be usher to announce Word the : Do not rate yourself too glorou' century the wart ha ever = : 6 l5pm\'\ ....... ...... 450i'm 745a.II c a
His arrival and introduce flvo summers } autumnSmore = .. 8aOIm r bo
the Kingof high. Better rate too low. you Ar..Winter
Stables corner Call and Thompson streets, one block from Depot, this world the King of all the rate yourself\ too low yourself I say ; five winters more; five springs more, -III 3pm! .... 9Spm 9 lOam rIJ =
\orltl
Kin. eternal_ Immorlnl..' _'_'world___" _. \. "Come up." It you rot our higli and then tbd clock of time wi strike the 00. 4pm \r..Tarpon ... X700LID .
room. Stan1'backCI e{rthtiWay. Bow, tho world will say, "Come down.'' It Is a death of tho old century and birth of tho .5 9 10pm Y.p.\ .... \Park..Lv...... 43am -' V
; MORGAN BROS. knell worship the King. Have Him once bad thing when I man gets exaggerated an new. I do not know whatsort of I Decem 30pm Ar..... ... x6 2So.m s d
; for your guest, and it does not make much idea of himself o did Earl of Buchan, whose ber night it will ba when this century lies Sup \.r..St. ......x5 'jam Ij.c ,t
down to die whether It will be starlit .
difference who or 849Jm
V comes or goes. Would you speech Dolontyn the Edinburgh prter. ; O8ptn ..... ..... 9 rIJ
f have warrantee against moral disaster and could setup : publication tempestuous; whether th'j snows will b = 6 11pm ... .. ntCit1..Lv 8 748.tmEt = .
;: P. O. Building, Starke Fla. surety of a noble ( rer K'\id nt Icnat and had riot enough aplol I'A amdrig his type.Bemember drifting or the soft winds will breathe upon 0 7 Wpm.r..tIa111r ....Lv 7 700am 0 :
chapter of tho Jibl? r kueos every day that got along without the pillow of thd dxplring cent nr/n Butmillions V -- '

NEWSDEALERS SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS and Of your 1ifh. you near 6000 years before you wero born, will raonrn its going? many have -6 2Opm 9WamLv..JacksonvlIe..Ar: 8 4 OOpm.a .

Word the Have your body right. and unless some meteor coUde with us, or rocnl\e.l from it kindnesses innumerable, o.. 8 3pm 11 55rnm Ar....Lake City....Lv 5 5m 12 4'pm' o. .
Dx will kia farewell tho brOW
they
Il.l ago l145a.m
internal the 0th..Lv 50am
"How are you often say when I meet a some explosion word 9 SOpm 12 10pm .....
: % friend of mine In Brooklyn. He over seventy will probably last several thousand years wrinkled with so many ,'Icssitude. 10 37pm 1 34pm Ar..... Madion ....Lv 4 IOll.m iO 32aml20511m =
Wholesale and Retail Stationers. and alert and ViWroU.i and very after you are dead. Old nineteenth centur ot wedding and d. 2 t2pm ..... ...... 240.lm =

prominent In the law. answer I Is, "I ant Word the next! Do not postpone too long burials, of defeats vctor6' i243"m 837pm.r..Tallaha.i ..... 215.1 900lmi 0

capital of a well spent yout ." doing: somftliin decided M.Oodi humanity born aud nations' Ilea 1, puIe3 growing .. .. 4 32pm Ar... ,... ....... 1 )
rI' On the there hundreds cf and yourself. : greatest tblilgs hiire beed feebler now will soon .) that 81st 5 l5pm At..River Junction..Lv 12 l7am.u -

I' Dealers in MUBical Instrument and Merchandise Wall Paper Novelties eto. contrr. pecpto \art aro suffering done before forty.) of age 1'j.seal at nlglit of Uaeomborl! But right beside i will -Through-Pullman 11 OOpn' \ ...... ..... 7 V
l' the results Of early sins. The graco of God sixteen years of age'oar, at seventeen, be the infant century, held up for baptim Jacksonville 3 O5am r.......MIhi e ......Lv 3 SCpnito I (.
Picture frames made to order. Full line of School Books and Supplies. gives Bimulus GrotU Its smooth brow will glow with Sleepers 33am Ar..New Orl"anll... Lv 110011.11I
one new but not at 7
0 hear 0 now body. twenty twenty-two, 1ew, Orlean. : j.
;. Legal Blanks. Orders for Printing received. Christmas goods in season David, the to ;ry out, "Ite- Whitofleld at twenty-four Bonaparte attventysOven pectations. The then more than 1,700,000000 ,- Sunday t Conucctionll at Tamp* for tit Petersburg. Manatee ICiver and
: -I
member not the Rin of my 3'outb" Let a ; Ignatius Loyol at thirty Inhlbitnt' of tho earth will hal its Dally and except Havana steamer At Waldo Bicaia: r for Melr 1c. Connects at TallahasConnocta -
West
young man make body a win Or Hlphaellt thirty-seven, m de the world birtll! \ pray its, prosperity. It rig Key for St. Marks, Carabelle and Apalachicola. at liver Junction for" Chattahoochae
will be for hundred and eee
rum Jug or a whisky Cask, Or r barrel, foe virtue or their vice, and tho big- a years Connects at 0l'a.1a for llomoaassa.All "
and emoke p<5l3oned 1 until ho.t strokes you will probably make for the your lifo, I think will be undjr the sway of tier ilteamel" will be checked from Uuinn Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city tick V "

;. TISON & RIMES hand trembles, and he clgarrtc under W truth or agaInst tho truth will be before you Its scepter. Get roaly for It Have your 202 b41l1&K6'Hogan .treet. as well 8 at tlia Union Deprt tcket! offic:.
eyes, and his checks fall in. and then at reach tho moridlam of life. Do not wait for hear right., your nerves right, yout brain office C. H. BEEBBOWER, '
.. *r/\ti,__, ...If rvAtif__ ..Inn *>;tv\'..tVd.. ,. hsni.l..J
vII ccrnir Fla.
some church seek and find religion; yet all something to turn up. Go to work and turn .V ". '- ----- Ticket Agent. 202 West Bay street, HoRan. Jacksonville
tho ho do will hinder It There In such thing good over to you our commerce our mechanism A. O. thcDONELL
praying can not tho up. no a luck Traffic Manager. .
.' physical of natural law fracturcd. No mftn tint eer HveJ has had a our arts anti( silences, our professions, our N. B.PENNINQTON, General 1'uenger Agent V V
\ LIVERY FEED AND( SALE STABLES conofuence)young mca of Ohio and all than I Irive had) yet i never h letter tfdod pulpits, our Inheritance. We believe In

tho young men, take care of your eye those luck. But instead thereof,a kind Providence yoUi Wo trusi you. Wo pray for you. -- -- -- -.- ------- ---- ..
: tm1 windows of the souL Take care of your has crowded my life with mercies. You will We Ne you. Anl though by the

:- .t t ears, and listen to nothing that depraves. never accomplish much a long a you go at timo you get into the thicket of the iiiI
Take care of your lips, and see that they your work on the minute you are expected light for Gel and righteousness wo may CLYDE STEAMSHIP co.
Hodges Block Starke Fla.Gentle litter no prfaltcs Take care of your ant stop at the first minute it Ls lawful to have disappeared from earthly scenes,
nerves by sleep and avoiding Unhealthy quit. The greatlyusefut and suc e; and by out of the next century will bo those who began and If the dear Lord will excuse ua for
: door {t'tent ball taking skate half hour before they were required and a little while from the temple service and
by or or an
Havo tho Finest Drivin audRidu! Horsos in the City horseback, lawn tennis or exhilarating bicycle worked at least half an hour after they might the house of many mansions we will come

if you sit upright and do not join that have quit. Unle aro willing sometimes out on the battlements ot jasper and cheer
throng of several hundred thousands who by to work twelve hours of the day you will remain you, and perhaps if that night of this worldbe
the wheel are cultivating crooked backs and on the low level, and your life will be a very quiet you may hear our voices dropping V
cramped chests and doformod bodies rapidly prolonged humdrum from afar as we cry, ''Be thou faithful

t i V Horses. coming down toward nil fours, and the Word the next! flentimbertht it i onlya unto death and though sbalt have a crova!"

: Stylish Rigs. attitude of the bc'tl that perish. Au.thln. slal part of oUr life that we are to pass on
r that bends bOd'hmind or soul to Less than your tinker nail compareIwith CONVENTION TALK. V
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Is a grand thing to be your whole body is the life on earth --
I :. Horses Boarded at Reasonable. Prices and Given Best Attention. well, but do not depend on pharmacy and the when compared with the next life. I sup- Sllverltes Missouri May Issue a Call

.doctor to. make you.well.. Stay .well.. .Real poe there are not more than half a dozen for a Meeting.

"onnJoalS .Manual ana uoomos .'nyslo people._. __In_ th1_world_ __.lOt yerir3old.._. But a CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA LINES V
1 A' h.. It likely that a call for a national NEW YORK
t! logy and e\"l.thing you can lay your had very JI ': tlU ail} uuuuiajr .g. '*.ui ,
t. C. M Sparkmann & Co i.V. i. on about mastication andd igl8t ion The majority of the human race expire before silver league convention will be issued Tho magnificent Steamships of this Line aro appointed to sail 03 follows :

Baton Where :you llnl one healthy man thirty. Nowhat a equlpolso in sucha to meet i in St. Louis in March, 1896. Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
you find fifty half dead. consideration. I things go wrong it is E. II.. Standard Tiine-St amer.From.TacVoonvilTe. Flo.
o-DEALERS IN-o This meeting is being agitated by the From New York. Pier 29.
From only for a little Have not enough V
my own experience I can testify that, whie. you For < hnrleston and New m ork.
; being a disciple of tho gymnasium, many a moral pluck to stlcd the Jostling, and tho local silver men and they claim they Friday. Apr. 2 at 3pm ... IROQIT' .. .Tiurll-1".Y.! May 2, at 11 00 a m
i. HIGH GRADE WHISKIES. time jUt before going to the parallel bars injustices, and mishaps of tho tral par-; are backed up by the silver men of tho TIH""l. .. ,9. at 3 pm. CHBltOKEKCHKUOK. .... 'nI.\ 5. at 1 30 p m
r and punching bags arid pulliea and weights cuth-sis between the two I is a Friday May.. 3. at 3 pm.. ALO QUIS ....Thur"Iy. 9. at 5 00 a m
tho white
west and particularly so by .... -
I thought sutan was about taking possession good thing to get ready for the one this \V.dnesday, 8. at 3 p m ..TlUQt"tJS .tic-day. 14. at 8 30 a m
side tho marble slab but toget metal people of California, who claim Friday :: 10, at 31)m .. .E ...Tlinr-dny. 16. atllt3O"mTuestl.y.
of more important
and the church and tho world but ,
society .. ". .. **
H 3 N -mdav. 19. at 1200
V Bye Whiskey $2 to $5 gal. Corn $2 to 2.50 Gins nt p rn AI.GONQ n
Whiskey
per per gal. after one hour of climbing and lifting and fixed up for tho Interminable miles which to be disappointed at the methods Friday'. 11. Ilt. 31' In ... 1'\F. nXII.I.Thm'"da '. 23, at 4 oo a m
$2 to $2.50 per gal. Bum, $2 to $2.50 per gal. Apple Brandy, $2.50 to pul1/ felt like hastening home so as to be stretch out into the distances beyondthu adopted by General A. J. Warner zIonda20.. e.t 3pm ..IHnULTOrS ....Similar.! ". 20SEMIXOLK at 5 30 a .mat
$3 per gal. Peach Brandy 82.50 to $3 per gal. White Wheat thlro wh(1 the millennium set in Take a good mirble sia1) A few yei\r ago on the t'Tinay 2-1. lit :1p m .. AT.On: Qt.'I.IIII1 f1ar. 60. a mat
of Ohio on his recent visit to ... .
3 Juno 2 12 00
stout run every day. I find in that habit, Nashville aud NtW Orleans rllroL: we Tuesday. .. 2at pm. SuudajIKOQUOIS .. mat
Whiskey $2.1SO gaL Prompt attention paid to all orders. ... .
per 4 00
v which Ihavo kept up since at eighteen years were waked up early In morning, California. Friday 31. at 311 m Tbur-ilay G. a m
V I read( the aforesaid Toda's Manual more :and told, we must take carriages for
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. recuperation than. in anything el ". Those some tlif-tane: "Why/ we all asked. Philadelphia] Charleston and Jacksonville( Line
: six men of Ohio will need all possible nerve int? wo soon saw for ourselves '

and all possible eyesight and all possible tint, while the flrst four or live For the present and unlK farther notice steamer "Ytmnssee" is intendedto
i t. S-tark.e F1orida.J. muscular development before they get !pan' of tho bridge wero up. farther on H
through the terrific struggle of this life. Micro w.is a span! .that had fallen, and we liii sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesday, und from Charleston

Word the next: Take care of your Intel- cull not but shudder( at what might have for Philadelphia Sundays. Close connection made at Charleston with Clyde

lect. Hop comes the flood of novelettes: I. bcel tho lossibltt. When your rail train Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida points.
ninety-nine out of hundred to starts on V you want to bo sure
a belittling
every one that opens them. Hero como depraved that th) first shah of tho bridge is all right, 'Also, Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia.

t I : Job Printing--This Office. newspapers, submerging good awl but what! if farther on there is 0 span of the Poor

; elevated American journalism. Hare comesa bridge that is all wrong; how theni whatthen.1 ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.For
whole perdition of printed. abomination, In one of the cite the HI .
dumped the breakfast table and tea table fnwshi'ts hal carried away 1 ad a

: V ENVELOPES BILL HEADS, PROGRAMS, and newspaper parlor withle table. Take at least ono good man kii''w attVlng.t hat So the ho expreA lighted train 1. lantern would soonconi'i and Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points on the St. John's River.

r NOTE HEADS STATEMENTS mostly occup etlorlll\.l! helpful reporer'columns started up the track to stop the train. But Health V The elegant Iron Side-Wheel Steamer
FOLDERS telligence,announcing marrias ana deaths before he hal, got far 'enough up the track "
t and reformatory and religious assemblages tilt wiu l blow cut the light of his latern "CITY OF JACKONV1LE.

: LErFTBR HEADS, CARDS, INVITATIONS and charities ix towetl, and tho doings of t au'. Mauiliiig in the darkness a I Capt. W. A. SHAW,

good peOpI". awl giving but little place to < :itnu ui> he throw the lantern into the loco means so much more than''' Is appointed to tail from Jacksonville Sunday, Tuesdays and Fridays at
I
nasty divorce cos*.', and stories of crime, u.irtive; crying, top! Stop! And th.
V .ALL BJNDS1P J TJl\J. which, like cobr.is. sting those that touch warning V..LS, in time to halt the train. And you imagine-serious.and' 3:30 p. m., and returning leave Sanford Mondajp, Wednesdaysand

.:- them. Oh, for more newspapers that put it i.uy of von by (\-i habits sire hastening on 'fatal diseases result from''' Saturdays at 9:00 a. m.SOUTIInm. .

I --- ---- -- virtue in what i is called great primer type tcwnrtl brink or precipice or fallen span, I J. (Head down.) SCHEDULE. NORTHBOUND., (Read

I and vice iu nonpareil or agate! tlirjw this Gospel lantern at your mal trifling ailments neglected. Leave 330 pin..............Jacksonville ..............Arrive 330 am.up
.r You have all &eenth< photographer's nega career: Stop! Stop! The end thef I S*, pm...............1'alatka! ........... ......Ltsave 901pm.
j DRUG STORE. tive. Ho took a picture from it ten death! Young man, you are caged now I i Don't play with Nature's1' 300 am...................Aster................... 300pm.
( twenty b
.' many but you will 430 am..............St. Frnnria................ 130 pm.
I Yl'ar ago. You ask him now for a picture awhile pnvronment out. 'greatest gift-health. 530 am.................Hercsforrt............ ...... 1200 n'.
r. .. froui that same nl' ath',). He opens thereat Some < your Arrive 830.m................. l\nrOl't.................. 1)00 am.
u! h chst eontaillnl black negatives of ono caged I Rocky Mountain eagle If>ou are feeling U20am..................Enterprise ........ ....... 930 a.m.
,1' and kept him shut un between the wires I
,. : IS'-S or 1ST5, reproduces the picture. until all tho spirit and courage had gonenut out of sorts weak ', Ceneral Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay street, Jacksonville
Young men made
thenegatives
of and
your memory i up I generally exIiOit1mtS John L. Howard :Florida Freight A.llent.1..
Jr. Klnridn
Ironrnoncir .
of of it. Released one day from the cage, hausted, Passenger Agent
an nervous
All ,
.. Immoralphotogrl.hy. foot hogan street Jacksonville Fla. 204 !
J ar'"trcl't.Ja"klfOnv1Uc. lie
f the eagle seemed to want to return to its
1' that you pee or goes your to have no appetiteand M. II. Clyde A. T. :., A. J. Cole. General J''!- niri-r Agent
f make pictures for tho future. You will have former prison. Tho fie was that the eagleha1 can't work, f>Bowling Gr.en.rw '1 ork. 5 BowlinHrcen.. N. Y.
1 with you till tho judgment day the negativesof all gone out of He kept his wings begin at once taking Tlico. G. EK'T,Trnfflo ManaKer, J. A. i Superintendent.
all the bal pictures you have ever lookedat. down. But after awhile helooKff up at the the most reliable Bowling (;reen. New York. foot Hogan.t reet. JacksonvilleFia.
1 and of all the debauched scenes you have FUI.turnt his head frt thil and then I lion medicinew strengthening_is D. D. C. MINK G. F. A.. 12 South Delaware Avenue, riulatlelphia. }-

read about, Show mo the newspapers youtake that al.l then spread one wing and Brown's Iron Bit- WM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents, "

It. I __C and tho books you read, and I will tell then the other wing and began to mount ters. A few bot- 12 houlb' Delaware Are. Philadelphia. 5
you what am for well until the hills were far under his feet, and ties cure-benefit llunitna Green New York.
) prospects being
J. IJe GASKINS iu tl is life, and your what wilibe your residencea ho wis out of sight in thq empyra.. My B. from the ,

i G.S.HAGKEB&SON million )'ear after the slur on which we I brother when you leave this 11p. i by thogr.i"3 I Itters>'I first stain dose-it .- -. -- -.
your ,
-DEALER IN- nolv shall have dropped out of of God you are prpared. you will /uand it's

V I never travelon (' )mO out of the cage of this hindering mortality _ _ pleasant to take. ,
'xnrcFJLcmrKa' DRUGS AND Sunday un1e3 It bo a cose or necessity or and looking up to the heavenly
ffcl.rt k or- MEDICll'iES mercy. last autumn I was in India in a heights you will spread wing for immortal V
V cIt.plague struck. By the hundreds the flight, leaving sun and moon and stars b It Cures U. D. MINER

DPDrS Saab BUMs lonll.1 StarkeFJa.Physicians' wore down with fearful illness. We neath in your ascent to glories that ,
went to the apothecary's to get some preventlttve fade and :pltn.lor which never die. lourbod I Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver .
'
H O-O of th fever and the place was vis tho cage, your w:111s the eagle. Neuralgia, Troubles '
,
crowded with invalids and had confldenco Wnr 1 tho next: yourself with biographies I II Watchmaker and 'Jeweler.
P1
we no ''
fiigSjBuilders'; ; Bnlldin Mat flal prescriptions carefully in the preventive we purchased from of men tll gloriously in the I Constipation, Bad Blood I
compounded at all hours- the Hindoos. The mall buein5 or occupation profession you are Malaria, Nervous ailments
trilwastoltr Starke Drug Co'a Storo next to PoatofSce.
day or night. I said, about to choosj or have: already chosen.Going I I ,
Sabbothwenll. uFrnk. thin1 Women's
1 if out of to IMS 1 merchant? Bead up Peter complaints.
us we
Hardware place with the exue first train," Jet we took it, Cooper and Abbott Lawrence, and lap I Get only the genuine-it has crossed red Best Assortment Wslcte Clocks ni Jewelry ID the
.. '- Cholera In the Pescadora Island. not feeling quite comfortable till we werehun.J L.*nox aud William E. Dodge and George lines on the wrapper. All others are sub-' City.
; Peabody. See how most of these merchants stitutes. On receiprof two 2(. stamps we
1 V ; :; Advices received of m1eaway. Ifeitwawereright will send set of Ten Beautiful
"Window and at Yokohama Japan at the start munched their noonday luncheon World's'
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Fnncy Glass tho air In
a plo Fair View and book-free. I and
Special
V Wel
from the Pescadora islands show of our cities is with made up of dry bread and 0 hunk of cheese, '' Prompt Attention Given to Repairing .

:t VV ; '. SJ) cil\1tj. that 1,300 persons died thero from may worse plllthe plasrua( of corrupt and 1 I.r l b started":'iin 1 I in counter a business or IB which a storeroom brought, a they to BROWN CHEMICAL CO. WVWV BALTIMORE*MD.* Charges Reasonable. ,

:; CharlWon.; S. .C. cholera during one month. The epi soon as! lerature. has already away ruined from }i the 8 the too of Influences which enabled the thorn to For sale by J. L. Gaskins Starke Fla
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FLORIDA BRIEFS. c
: binJered of their and authority restricted by in the the courts.exercise Highest of all in leavening strength.-Litest U.S.GOT.Food rt1BaMng

WOlllonOlllyKnow( To give to the com uissionera the pow-

ITEMS OF INTEREST GATHERED nAT ers they need thu honte has' pas..ed a A NON-PARTISAN 'CONFERENCEHELD

.resolution proposing a constitutional AT SALT LAKE CITY. '
.
RANDOM.News amendment investing'th* commission

How much they suffer when nervous, cures. Thousands write that they BUffered with judicial powers. If the senate I

i weak and tirol. intensely.Mith nervousness and also passes thla"joint resolution the Governors,Ex-Governora and

I Nervous prostration is were oared by this great medicine. people will be a'-le to establish for
a lingering, from all Parts of the State Were Hand. Powder
The themselves commission with full Congressmen on
bailding-np powers of Hood's Sar- I a
: !racking, living death to those affliotoJ, Summarized.
saparilla are wonderfuL Even a few power to enforce its decrees. -
; .bugh wholly incomprehensible to doses
; are sufficient to create --
an -
Jors. Tho cause of this condition appetite The business streets of Salt Lake PURE
and from that time its heal- MOLUTELY
,_vnpure and insufficient Blood. ing, purifying on effectsare The Tallahasse district conference of The Florida and Georgia Western City, Utah, were a mass of buntingand

I Make the blood: pure, give it vitality plainly felt. strengthening The becama I the M. E. church, south, will meet in I railroad wa sold at Tallahassee a few ,national colors Wednesday. The I

and it will properly feel the nerve Tallahassee June 5, and will continuein days ago; at sheriff's sale to ratisfr a streets were crowded with strangers
nurvea stronger tho sleep boco-nes natural and in
and make them strong. Hool's Sarkaparilla : refreshing, theh'tadaand: limbibscomosteady [ session five days. judgement in favor of Col. J. M. from all'parts of -the ;west who were Economy requires that every receipt callingfor

,J. cures nervousness bocamj it : and I :Mayo civil engineer, of Ocala for in attendance on the silver convention
soon "life seem to go ou the Royal shall be used. It
!1 \acts directly upon tho blood, making without effort ant p3rfe3t hoiltU: Mr. Finlayson has introduced n'bill about $15,000. The first bid was called by,Governor Rickards of Montana baking powder
; it rich and and it with is 81,000, and it was finally knocked off to discuss means to promote the
pure endowing restored. Saoh is for tho in food
tbo
: ( worC: lHOJd's providing taking of a census will further and make the lighter, sweeter,
to Colonel for The interests of the silver go
.-vitality strength-giving power. No Siraaparilla! is doing for hua- Florida during the present year. The Mayo $5,100. original cause.

!Bother medicino has such a record of dreds of women today.IHood's appropriation for that pro- charter 'o: this road was from Governor Rickards, of Montana, finer flavor digestible and wholesome.
.. posed is $8,000. purpose Tallahassee to Gainesville 150 miles, called the convention to order shortly of more

.. but the projectors decided to extend after noon. Governor West, of Utah,

Ii,. the line to Charlotte! Harbor, distanceof and Mayor Baskin delivered addressesof
Sarsaparilla ST.
fiOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 105 WALL NEW YORK.
Tho Ocala JVctr will June 1st
on 361 miles. Over on3 hundred milesof welcome after which a temporary

got out a woman's edition, the pro- the line has been located, about organization was effected and a recess --

Makes Pure Blood. I ceeds of which, over expenses, are togo twenty graded and noarly seven milesof was taken until late in the afternoon. -- -- Salvation .
tt Invade Clilnn.
L --- -.. -.-- -- ---- ------- -- -, toward charity. The ladies have track laid.p!Colonel Mayo says he is Among the distinguished people '1 he Central Park 3Ionkeys. Army

i Singing Absent Audiences. been holding meetings and organizingfor promised am e capital to completethis present were: Governor Rickards, -- Another army is about lo invade
Micro-Organisms! In the Air. the occasion.An "There are twelve varieties of monkey -
-- .:: road, by western parties, and as Governor McConnell of Idaho, ex- in Central New York city- China but the campaign; will bo conducted -
Away out in tho extreme soon as the organization be governor Adams of Colorado Con park,
northwestern can
To the unassisted the perfected thirty-two altogether said on different lines from that of
eye monkeys ,
part of Chicago, Silas Leachman even any solid particles in prc'encoof the air effort will be made in the near work will commence on the gressman Shafroth of Idaho, ex-Gov- I keeper Cook. the Japanese. The Salvation army ingoing

'; ruts in four or five hours every day is, as a rule, entirely invisible. We future to secure for Gainesville a public line. ernor; Thompson of Orogon, Hon. "My favorite is a Nubian baboon. to try to conquer the orient and

t.';'::, singing at the top of his lungs, though fay this is so as a rule, for there are library. The ladies are interesting Thomas G. Merrill, Patrick Henry Ho always tries to help mo sweep his bring the millions of Chinese into the

not a soul is in hearing, but his wife. circumstances when the solid particlesin themselves in the enterprise, and the An account of the burning of the negro Winston, Senator Carter of Montana, iu the mornings and fights to get fold of Christianity.The .

tf; When ho gets tired of singing he varies the air are rcmlered visible. Everyone prospects for success are all that couldbe Joe Robinson's house and three George Stephen DeWolf Albert cage the broom from me. I give him leader of the movement i* Fong

.. the proceedings by preaching a negro is aware of the appcaranc' of a desired. children Quincy, appeared in printa Evleinechmidt, Wharton Barker of a rap over the away head and then he pro- Foo Sing a yonng Chinaman who in.

sermon, or gives an imitation of an stream of sunlight, introduced througha few weeks ago. Developments since Philadelphia, ex-Congressman Bartin tends thit he's But it's only a member of the Salvation army in San
angry.
Irish wake, nnd altogether conducts slit or hole in the shutter of a dark- That biennial proposition to remove have resulted in the arrest of his near- and many mayors of western towns, bluff. He wouldn't hurt anybody.He Francisco, and who is employed as '

hImself in a way that would lead the ened room. Under such circumstancesthe tho capital from Tallahassee has est neighbor, Richard McMillan and with leading state officers and bankers knows I keep apples in my pocket typewriter in the office of the War

: neighbors to consider him a fit subject air through which tho euul'ght bobbed up ngain, not tangibly in the his son Jesse (negroes). It appears from the main cities of the west. and he knows which pocket they are tjry. He said to a reporter: "I expect -

- I 1M' for a lunatic asylum-if there were am passes is seen to be full of minute dust shape of a bill, but in talk on the out- that McMillan has been living on apiece Letters. of regret, in which the signersall in, too, and gets them when he can. that tho army at the proper time

: !:, neighbors, but there are not. No one I articles, yet "gay motes" which are side. It has not yet reached the ears of public land for fifteen years, take advanced ground in favor of There is a Java monkey who used to will send me to China. To go t(

ever goes out there to bear him sing, thus seen to "people tho tunbeam" of the Tallahasseeans and may not making no attempt to enter it. About the silver movement, have been ic- ring doorbells and hlto be sent here China was the object that really lead
L and yet ho is getting rich nt it. H disturb two Robinson entered eighty ceived from W. H. the editorof Salvation I
constitute, after all, only a very in- them until a real danger years ago Harvey, because his owner'n neighbors complained me to join tho army.
earns something over $;j0 every day. ignificant fraction of the total number arises. acres, part of which proved to be the Coin; ex-Congressman Bryan, Wil- of him io much. Nobody wanted to do something for my conn-

iff, though ho never sees one of his audi tho air contains, for thousands of % -- place on which McMillan lived and liam P. St. John of New York, and could stop him. He lived somewhere try along army lines. The late war, I

:.r tory.z them which he considered his own home, Judge McConnell of Chicago. believe, has made China open her
far The board
arc too minute to be visibleto appointed by the courtto down town, and no matter how they
Mr. Leachman sings for phonographs tho naked eye. Among these latter arbitrate the amount of damage to having had peaceable possession so Fully 2,000 people were present tied him up he would break away and eyes. As a result the way will bo
&nd as he has a of the business long. Robinson, in the meantime had when Governor Rickards of Montana civilizationand
monopoly arc the germs.It the S., F. & W. Railway company, ring bells. He can't ring any bells opened for Christianity,
:; in the west, he cont-ives to keep is tried to get him away, but had not again called tho convention to order. other good things."
only indeed with the aid of our caused by the A. S. R. & G. railroad'scrossing now, but he is never quiet.
busy and has even been heard to ex- most Alachua euccecdeil. Although there were no Governor Rickards made an impas- Captain Sing himself fluently -
powerful microscopes that we are near met recently, "Monkeys don't live long in captiv expresses
.1 press a wish that he were twins. He enabled to discern these(; latter and and, after hearing the argument from open hostilities, these facts and his sioned address of half an hour's ity. They all die of lung trouble in English but uses some ex
has better protection in his monopoly form Eon, Jesse, having been seen near the length, detailing the motive of tho that are peculiar.
j any estimate of their size. Manyof \ both sides, was only a short time in soontr or later. We have one that pressions
than a copyright or an injunction or fire soon after it was discovered 1, convention, which he said was without
them arc less than the ono twenty- asscf sing the damages at the nominalsum has bi en here years, but that is an extraordinarily -
1t unlimited legal talent could afford. thousandth of an inch. In the wordsof of $1.Jam03 caused their arrest on .suspicion. party prejudice and irresistable because long time. We have only Bicycle Riding Healthful. :

Nature gave him the peculiar qualities Professor Percy F. Franklaud, ono State it was not partisan. had one monkey born here that lived. -
.. that enable him to Meeting of tho Horticultural "The of the whole Differs Do think riding
his bicycle
reproduce voice common people yon
1 'ffl" <-f our first experts on this subject, Veit, formerly manager of That was about four years ago and he
::4 perfectly on tho wax cylin ers..19 .- of these Bucki's Society. country," he said, "aro discontentedwith conducive to health?
100,000,000 organisms could mill, at Ellaville, and. later, The State Horticultural lived two years.
of
Tribune. Society and Whiffers Most My
Chicago financial condition
assuredly.
; : bo our are
spread over one square inch in a manager of the largo mill in Jacksonville -
a. "- Florida held its eighth annual sessionin turning en masse to tho free coinageof A Dog and Parrot Story. health has improved wonder ally.
: Single layer. Thus wo could have a has brought !suit' in tho United
{ Not Sudden Enough. Jacksonville. The association numbers "But don't ride ?"
silver the -- a bicycle
;; as great remedy. you
100 times States
population as great as that court against tho firm of L.
about 400 members. The annual Permanent effected William Winpenny of Queen lane "Who said I did?"
"H' : of London organization was ,
settled on an area of a single Ducki & Son for $10,000 damages.
Young Tutter-Miss Clara, suppose square inch without complaintof The grounds of the suit have not yet report of the secretary, A. H. Manville, with Ex-Governor Thompson, of was, until a few days ago the owner "But you said bicycle-riding improved -
that tomorrow I any shows the following membership, taken of which he had health."
should Ex-Governor
evening call overcrowding, and giving to each been made public, as the plaintiff'sdecla"ntion Oregon, as president ; a pet parrot, purchased your
1-; again, and.having nerved myself to it, individual organism, not three acres, has not been made. May7,1895! ; : Lifemembers, 12; annual Adams, of Colorado, and General Clu- in New Orleans several years ago. "Yes get so much. exercise, you

:I: should, without a word, throw my which certain politicians tell us are yet members, 304. Total activo members', ney, of California vice presidents ; I The bird was a verituble household know."

arms around your neck and deliberately for the individual but 316; honorary member, 2; total members Henry W. Langenour, California, sec pet, being allowed liberties that no "Exercise? How?"

,. : << kiss you-what would you do? one necessary four hundred-millionth of man a Professor H. C. Powers, of the me- in full standing, 318. Five members retary.It I other parrot ever enjoyed. Its con- "Dodging the bicycles."

t i Miss Pinkerly-Ob, Mr. Tutter, inch, which is quite adequate square for a chanical engineering department of have died einie last meetine. as was finally decided to allow each stant chatter amused the members of
: don't ask look the Florida Agriculturni has follows: On July, 1894, E. E. Chaf- the at meal time
mo to so far ahead.JBrooMyn .- citizen in the commonwealth of micro- college, state to cast three votes regardless of family, especially ,
Life. organisms." Gentlem an'8 opened up, in Tallahassee, a very interesting fee, of Ankona, annual member for the number of its delegates. The main when Polly was regularly placed at
11 Magazine.Valuable
exhibit of the handiwork of 1893. On January 28, 1895; James C. addresses of the day were the speechof I the table receiving the choicest tidbits -

Those Horrid Doctors. Postage Stamps. the students in his department, con- Ballard, of Lake City, annual memberfor Rickards in opening, and an exhaustive for her meals. A few days ago E'GIVE

"If you must know, ma'am," said -- sisting of a bridge, articles of furni- 1894. On April 4, 1895,R.W. Pierce, paper on the silver questionand Polly died and was reverently buriedin

the doctor, "your husband won't live Persons who have kept any of tho ture made of Florida woods, and an of Sunset Hill, Fla., annual memberfor the evils of monometalism, read the yard with a little headstone to

'l twenty-four hours longer." old letters they received in the South engine constructed by a member of 1890. J. K. Hawkins, of Brunswick by Wharton Baker. tho Philadelphiaeditor mark the grave. The next day's dinner -

i: "Good gracious !I" ejaculated tho during the war, might do well to look the class of '9& Ga., annual member for 1894. at the evening session, before I was a mournful one for the family

broken-hearted woman, "and heroyou've them over. The Confederate govern- On April 30, 1895!) Davis Tillson, of an audience of 7,000 people. Governor Polly being sadly missed. The old

.tif gone and prescribed" medicine ment authorized the issue and use of G. W. Hcnck, of Longwood acting Leesburg{ and Rockport, Me., annual Rickards said in part: I housc.tlogPomp, looked on with a AWAY4'

r enough for five days. local postage stomps, and nearly every as general agent for non-resident capitalists member for 1895. "We do not meet as republicans, as wistful eye, surmising that something

city in the South, at one time, had its obtained, some time ago, The total amount received by the democrats or as populists, but as I was wrong. The instinct: of the brute free
own stamp. Many\ thousands of these charters from Orlando, Sanford and secretary and turned over to the treas- American citizens zealous for the solved the problem, and, without more Absolutely of cost, for a

1I: ). jthc1liI were used, but so rare are they now several other towns in Orange county urer, from May 20, 1894 to May 7, right as god gives us to see the right ado, he went into tho 'garden' dug up L1H1TED Tine ONLY,

$ that they bring very high prices. to build electric car lines and put up 1895, was 35200. and earnest in the advocacy of sound the parrot and, carrying it into the The S
PeoplesCommon Sense Medical! Adviser
: There is among collectors a keen demand electric lights. This was kept as quietas The executive committee's report financial principles. The masses of dining-room, deposited it in its accustomed ,By R.V.Pierce,M.D..Chief Consulting

for them, and an idea of what possiblo at the time, but recently a followed. It showed that four meet- the people in the east as well as in the I place.-1'hiladefyhia Record. ,_'; Physician to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical
Institute, Buffalo,a book of over
Urge
they will bring may be gathered from competent surveyor, with a force of ings had been held since the last meeting west have grown distrustful of the An Apt Epitaph. pages and 300 colored and other 1.0 illustrations -

.4- tho report of a sale which occurred men, has been surveying the proposedlines Tho committee suggested a number financial ability of a class of reason- I An incorrigible offic a sending 21 cents in one-cent for
p recently at the rooms of the Philadelphia and states that they will shortly of amendments to the constitution.The ers whose policy has invited the most few years ago, and his:: friends asked a Z packing and postage only. Over stamps 680,000
society New York. Confederate begin actual work. treasurer's report followed, far-reaching disasters that ever over- [ well-known journalist for Z copies of this complete Family Doctor Book
an epitaphfor o already sold in cloth binding at regular
stamps sold as follows: Athens, Ga., showing a balance from the last reportof took the business interests of our his tombstone. c pric of $1.50. Address: (with stamps and

:$40 ; four vaiieties of tho Baton $63.95; receipts from all sources, country or paralyzed the energies of j The journalist the follow- : Coupon) WORLD'S DISPENSARY )IEI
Worms the selected ICAL ASSOCIATION. No. 663 Main Street.
Rouge, La., 5-cent, $11, $77 and $30, in are tho injuring tomato\ crop $581.70, making a total of $645.65. our people. Every prophecy made by ing, which was not, however, adopted: ( Buffalo. N.Y.
of
: respectively; Macon\ Ga., two varieties greatly vicinity Maecotte. Expenseo, $122.82, leaving a balanceon the gold men has been discredited by Here Lies John JonesIn .... ...O.. -
Mr. A. R. Gano has
I ', for 803.50( : and $191 ; Lenoir, N. already pulled hand of $222.83. Then a paper on tho progress of events and the predic- I the Only Place for Which Ho 'J
McELREES
vLi '. C., $2 and Mobile\ 2-cent, black, Sl1. O. from his vines and thrown away several the "Greater and Lesser! Freezes of tion made by the silver men has been Never Applied. :

,41( ,:\ AB time goes on these curiosities will .hundred bushels of young tomatoes Florida," by George R. Fairbanks, verified in the colossal misfortunesthat WINE OF .9.0..i
I
.d w_ utterly ruined by the tomato worm. was read. The visited A Sure
probably increase in vulue. They paper was preparedby have our lands. The Remedy. .
} ON ENJOYS 1 are already beyond the reach of every- Other truckers are losing a good partof special request of the society. It logic of the situation demands a reversal dssenger-Captllill., can't you recommend -

Both the method and results \vhen body but wealthy collectors.-Exchange. their crops in the same manner was decidedly interesting and contained of tho public judgment and it any cure for seasickness? : 1 'L .i
and it
that the
seems utmost vigilance much valuable information. The will come. The argument of the !j Captain-Certainly sir :
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant _ _ ___ Jmy good ,
cannot prevent the of the
ravages pest, tendered
I society Major Fairbanks a single gold standard advocates has : and one that never fails. All you haveto
I and refreshing to the tarte, :1d'>act3 Light the Room Dimly. as it is found only in the tomato after i
j vote of thanks for tho preparation of matured from a gilded theory into a do is to lie down in the shade of a

Bully yet promptly on tho Kidneys, the damage is done. this paper. condition that ought to appeal with tree in full leaf, and away it goes.
and Bowels cleanses the i A glare of jots and of glaring :
i system gas Secretary Manville suggested: that irresistible force to the candid observer ------ "' : .

"I;;,' effectually, dispels colds head- conspicuous lamps is in the worst pos- Tho people at Fernandina naturally the regular order be suspended, and of events. Existing conditions I Attrr Dintapr.
I j fiblo taste and a on After the heartiest dinner nd08p.of TYNEn's1)rsrErsfA
betrays
nches] and fevers nnd cures habitual parvenu look with favor on tho bill just passedby one hour be devoted to tho members reflecting the misfortunes of the business : ltMEDywII remove alt nnpleaa- ,

constipation. Syrup cf Figs is tho the spot. A room t-hould be lighted the senate, giving a land grant of giving their views upon the conditionof world upon every phase of our industrial'and i, ant feelings aid '!l.:e,tion. an I built up your !
I from tho sides with softly shaded gas 11f'I\'th A< nn nftT dinner drink 'li: far superior -
only remedy of its kind ever pro- 13,000 acres to the mile to aid in the tho orange trees in their respective social life have stimulated to allot h l'r(medics,as it nt-ver riitap-:
N duett., pleasing to the taste and acceptably jots, one only in a moderate sized construction of tho Fernandina Western sections, and their experience as to a demand on the part of the masses! I'oints, and leaves > n ajipnilte for the next
half hidden lamp me"')I. For wile by frl1\r :"'Manufactured IS
to the stomach, prompt in | room, or by quiet the, of all and railway. As the length of the road the method to ba pursued in gettingthe for a better knowledge of financial ly CIIA 0. fvsr.it AtUut: *. Ga.Need I

its action and truly beneficial in its I! tho Candlelight most becoming.is prettiest Wax candles are is to be ninety mile, this will give it best results. The suggestion met propositions that self-interests maybe Clear Hrada.Working .- I

: effects, prepared only from the most to bo used largely to a grant of 1,170,000 acres of land. with favor and was carried out. repeated at the polls. In no way people nee'I clear heads sound! U :
healthy and agreeable substances, its too expensive The prospects for the early buildingof President Adams thought that the can the interests of silver be better sleep and jroixl digestion; for if 'eicknev*
the but for a dining 1! what then?
light parlors, rnmos. Itisclu-aportokrfpw.il.
many excellent qualities commend it is conducive to a tho line are pood. The engineering best thing to do was to let the trees served, in the receptive condition of That "ijueer rVrlliK sprine-t from Indljjrsj -

.:t to all and have made it tho most room confidential nothing, reminiscent more hum of con- corps have begun tho survey atO'Neill's alono for a while longer. the public mind than through a systematic -j, a'armed tion.' t ir-t andnd you pooh for tnw poohj"! tiitrtor.Then No you need grow oft l For Female Diseases. .
station and will that A. II. Manville boldly declared that of education that will
push course '
; popular remedy! known. verf-ation. Don't light the at nil nt. A Lot of Kipaim TI'.bueViii: set you
:; gas part of the line to rapid completion. not a single tree in the state had been reach the individual i intelligence in the rllltnnl: keep you rllh' ; fl"onCl\lleat,sleep
.. :4 Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 and place the candles in cluster of and work. Ak tht drngsiei for them. n TO AVOID THIS TTJ333TETTERIWE
killed in the root, and that he did not sacred circle of the home. The emi

a cent bottles by all leading drug- four, daintily shaded, at each cornerof Tho has made the follow- believe there was a single tree that will nent gentlemen who represent the several Mothers Appreciate the Good Work UO
who table. Do not overdo the dim governor 1 H
r gists. Any reliable druggist the civil not sprout if they are. given a chance. states in this conference have been Parker's GJntrfrTonic.wlth'tTevIvingqnal- |lU Th. (SLY pint har I"C ,
ing J. \ anI
appointments M. Brad-
have it hand will lighting and have the bulls too dark : ; itles-a boon to tho pain-stridden and nervous. S T T7"*t'"tie w ITS* t, Kcsams.
I I
it for ono who to admit of a stranger walking through Mr. WlnMowVSoothinarHy'rnpfor rhlllra-i eu on
rl. promptly any York Yew. deeds for New York in Florida, J. the roots, even where the stock is kill- devising ways and means for the car- ', tethtn.sotens the eums,reduces laflfttmia- I!A Ground it.h. ehf 8. ch.l. pmT .-
r: wishes to try it. Do not accept any them with safcty.-.Ycllt; E. Hanna of Jasper, Albert J. Hendry ed below the ground, if the ground is rying out of this object, and that your I lion R.l1Bysp\in.f'ure'S: nil rolls. 25j.a btt. I pe-In! .hors Pouwn AL!.from iY. Sand."1.O inH
_
irm: ubstitute. I I There Was a ;Mistake. of Ft. Green, E. L. Barnes of St. opened up and light and air admittedto labors will prove an aggressive step in I! J. C. Smp-on.! Marqnea'W.. Vn., says: C H'i.nnah..''n l O'..&fno J- T.boz!IU. if"foot.

( CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. I If -- Augustine, R. D. Murray\ of Key the main top root and crown roots. most successful campaign of tho! ,, .'Ian's Catarrh Cure cured rue of a very bat *'d"Cp-don't keep't-

f* 8 SANFWAIIC1SCO.CAL. I i "You aver," said the black-browed West, James L. Claro of Phosphoria, In every report and speech on any cause, I doubt not. Already the, catarrh." Druggists >.ell i,7: ml WALL,., i O CT. FUKK NKW t-I.V'TEl of ihij sliu"P"sent".

:: : ._ LOUISVILLE nr. flEW rosK. N r- bnndit, "thut you arc the celebrated N. Moragne:: of Palatka, and W. B.: subject the freezes of the past winter European wing of the American republic -J, I have fount II o's Cure f.r nnptlon Charles A..Daiatr-n 4 rae.: ., lW .,N. Y.

HI G H EST AWARD *- I cuutatrice, M lIe. Squallkina. Prove Hubbard of Wilson Station, Fla., to were always referred to. Several of is beating the nina an effort to :.St.1".Covinzton.-Ky.d 1icinp., 0 -t.F.1. ISM.L II IxTZ.. ,1305 Scot A N. U... ....... .Twenty-ono. '>5.
t>f it mind you !shall' be free. Never shall bo notaries public for the state at the members scored the weather retain its lofty perch. The gold men L 1 .

K- J WORLD'S FAIR. it be said that a Cuttawcezanda would large, Richard Claville to be constable bureau fur not sending out warningsin of both continents read in the signs of ,
.
.ft'. offer an indignity to an opera soprano. for district 2, DeSoto county. time to be of any benefit to the tho times the possibility of an early I j

44PERLoJTHE Tt is against all the tenets of the pro- growers. P. F. Wilson was very defeat and are bending their energies I

,, fession." The only colored band at the encampment emphatic in his remarks on this sub- to the annihilation of the object of
I
rt "How shall I prove my j identity?" that of the Third battal- ject and was of the opinian that the their fears."

<1$ asked the captive. ion, returned homo under peculiar weather burerm'shoul have been more HAMMARPAINTSThe \ .
1\1 A 3Iinnesota Bank Closes. I
i ii "liy Ringing, of course. circnmstances. They were escorted to prompt, for if wnrnings had been sent
t- I IS I No bouquets in time before the lute freeze the The Citizens' bank, of Re .
; *- I "What! Sing in this cave the depot by almost tho entire Third out w.ootIl (' .>ctof the ACIDS remilning In the pure White L"adas nowmale.c.auiinf it toCUAIKft9dWASII
: BEST no steam heat, and not a cent battalion. Their departure was due growers would have suved consider- Falls', Minn., has suspended business i OFF. are nentra iz dln Hamm.ir l'alM. th"reforj tlury wetli EETTCR
i'1 with assets of and liabilitiesof and LOOK OI.O.-Mv much 1 Hie Hatnmar Paint codTS MUCH less. Xo 1b'r -o.t in
:*- 1 'I in the box.officeXever! to a boycott, the white bands refusingto able. George: R. Fairbanks explained $125,000 i mixins...nofxpenivnCofrj! -o-ltt'@get deMr.d sbadw.no Turpentine or Drytrs, only
t.PREPARED j I "Gentlemen," said the bandit, "it play in dress parade if the colored that the local weather bureau was not $100,000. The directors issued a : pnr.- Haw Ijin-etd O:I.

is evident that the lady is what she band was allowed there. They were to blame, as authority had to be obtained notice that a 30 per cent assessment of i j,

.. OODr claims to be. Escort her to the nearest not allowed, and peace and harmonywas from Washington before warn- stock, made a few months ago, had !I II I

*r- village and set her free." restored. At one time the feelingran ings could be sent out. been paid by all but one director, and i'I II I

"*;- SOLD EVERYWHERE. high. One of the companies hung When the rl ction of officers for the that the stockholders outside of the -- -. -
JOHN CARLC & SONS, New York. j Papa Cut It Out. ensuing year come up, Secretary A. H. directors had refused to pay the as- i
: B negro in effigy on two different days. I It bristles "
; ,' j Daughter-Did you find out what'it This out of the quarrel. Manville, by a unanimous vote, was sessment. Tho amount paid in was I with

i i--- ': was papa cat out of the paper? grew instructed to cast the ballot of the so- insufficient to run tho bank. ,
f L1': lIotherY I boughtanotber : good points; '
j ; copy. ciety for Dudley W. Adams for reelection _
l'rot.E. tf.bMITUJ'rinC'iplloth I I've read it all through, but I can't see Tho two young men, Robert and to the office of president. Ina .I ''I ,
COMMERCIAL!! COLLEGE of KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY :: And the minute they dirt they
spy .
} ... THE i; anything wrong: about it. It's an arti- Joseph Hubbard, who killed Percy few well chosen remarks President
\, LEXINGTON. KY. AWAHDEO
,. ;':' -{ .0 MEDAL AND DIPL011Ri 1: rlc on the healthfulness of housework. Lines at Jacksonville last December Adams accepted the honor conferred A. Bailey ._: rise up and go for it. No matter -
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i'; -, II the H.,ri laces silk
..o..c ... n..ln. A.t1OR. ft iii1ione. on I lit- Ilonil upon him for the ninth consecutiveyear. : what it's on-linen, ,
F;; : "en"I'I..... le.B.'a.. ..IwtI' P'Q.' 'D'I....4 T.len.cloI.IDCuhl.D.-'U market in the the time of the shooting, which resulted .
,
M 4 '* rkOD..r.h. Tr!" "nti.B That lead-/ to health are l11 m. i woolens flannel marble china
At1dre3.W. IL HJtlTII. Lezhigtou.UY._ .. in Lines' death, had been I EARUNE ,
: nothing !
; : cry of those who nt rt'ltul'r tae* nnd per- The election of the other officers STARKE FLA. I
I PARKER'S h-!tcnt'y. liav boon rnnwycd thither by I. known by the officials of tho where- resulted as follows: Vice-presidents glass, wood, metal, or your own

i HAIR. BALSAM the hair. llo lett'ii'Momacli nitur.-in t !hn'IWtors fifty( I... to a threw Patent nIT aniKnryof tl.ej \- abouts of tho Hubbard brothers, and G. L. Tuber, G. W. Melish add E. O. : COMPOUND V/ASHIMQ hperson, Pearline will get the dirt
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f C1 nd cnwrtn. li, Mal.vi.il k d: -y.il.c mntc! their appearance at the court house, Painter A. Mauville\
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1'rji.mtn U lu ur. nt okif ea ; set rotary, ; 4'offwitit the least trouble and labor.
S; Never Tails to Bcstoro OI roy Mill ilium. timiliie.: con ti'ltinalnel ncrronMipw :- with their father and Judge Cromwell ..: THE GREAT
air to Its Youthful Color.diKuws take tlior l li>..irturiwhen th slenieiroit treasurer, J. B. Anderson ; executive::: r $ u'E
I Wholos81o ana Relailfloa1o and
that ruinous
: .., fc hair taluti-! Gibbon, one of their attorneys, created It saves wear
!I ';p tune Oo-&Dd.11' 'UU.. Druinr'.rtjCUtiti inetli ine U r...ort a to for theirEIILIieHt committee, Lyruan Phelps, chairman ; k'irwewr I.vwy Tt The. :
: __ __._ on. n great surprise. They claim to E. S. Hubbard and W. S. Hart. The I' TZXTVttc.Caux CAfiutag.: 4 tear that comes from rubbing.But .

and"p.tment A ','f.. !' ..bttlnr..hlp,s totegIvI In.n Try to make somebody: happy antl\ see what have been justified in shooting Lines, officers, with two exceptions, were all ------ in .- NEW YORK there's another point to think

!f .,I'll'; FR E vnUret7' tr'o Ihi ..um..r ,n conies of it. _ _ ._._ and say that evidence will be produced re elected.! .
E still
,: en cutlnt. boy of and thu .girl.tt&In App every Dr. Kilmer's > w A M f-l\oo r curjiall which was not heard by the coroner'u 277iiWK', more important : .

: ,. prolDptl. ('0.1f'1l'to e.raln, M"'CO"Biaisir" Ga.-. Pamphlet Kidney and a'iI Consultation Bladder troubles.free.laboratory jury. Transferring Cattle.It FRESH BEEF : Pearline is absolutely harm- .

j Binjrhamton. N. r. is reported that 200,000 head of ess to any washable substance or fabric. ';
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rI The members of the house will not cattle in Texas and New Mexico
waiting -. PORK & MUTTONSLICED
I vifli ten
is hard for liars to make their stores: i Pedlc: and conic grocer yo. ,
It .
.. ttHtKt A ItS F&.S. Lang togethl'r. I be at fault if Florida fails to have a will bo transferred to Wycming I-B is u gol a"un tamessFearlise: ITS '. '
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!, Bat Cough Tac Ouod. UBe ._. railroad commission rays the Tinier- and :Montana feeding grounds. Trains eware FALSE-Fwliae : ifyour -.,,
thItm. dbydni&g1PtL I When V n C me to It ea lire i Dtt rRnd
;. .:A ,, I ibat your corns aTelone. and no pain: howfateful Union. A good commission bill was on the Union Pacific and Denver'and HAM A SPECIALTY. '.0\an imitation, be honest. -.sendit 6,1. < JAMSS.. FYL ; '-- -

i11: -'-. j I 'PI:- you feel.The work of Uindercorns. loc passed! a few days ago, but without an Gulf roads will soon commence the I

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.: .BliApFOHU COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .I tary description of.the encampment | CHARLIE IS LOST. He Decelred the People.At ,:51, I I

.--L:_' ::--..-. published' one of the}\ Tallahassee And His Dear Aunt Mopes Tor the Return Atlantic, Iowa on May 1, C. M. ARE YOU i. ONE GENT

-. PubLJehed Every Friday at papers and the article in the Jasper ot the Wanderer.Charlie's .Ailer, alias, "Crip." Ailor was conTlcted BANKRUPTtnhealth
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TARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY iuto bead of deceiving the people by selling a worth- ,.
FLAS aunt camo police WORD
News A
c were written by one and the undermined :
.. quarters the other day and wanted the less compound. which he represented to constitution by ex ERDVES1I.

_
MATTHEWS & same man. Therefore W8 must believe -:department to go out and hunt for Charlie be Hood's tiursaparilla, and was sentenced travagance in eating, by disregarding -

; Publishers and FARMERS. that ho wrote the. article to I whose last name is O'Brien. MissIng by Judge llacy to one year at hard labor Advertisements'Inserted in this column one

the Jasper News simply"because he children are reported'ey.ery hour of in the Iowa State penitentiary. Ailor'amethods the lav/s of nature, or cent per word each Insertion.. -

-EUBSCRIt'TION. thought that the citizens of Hamilton the day at headquarters and they did were those of a traveling fakir. physic.:. ..;.1:. >;; nl ...:1 l gone, if so, and lOc. Sponges. Starke t Drug I.

: "Tur..........................11.00 not see apything unusual it* Charlie'sdisappearance He.has been trl&velinr'tbro gh Missouri, 50.Co.

8Ionth.........._........... .tO county: having no military organization until. the facts came out. Nebrask and Iowa making stands of a r.,.i 77, ._. .-. r.v_;. DB5PA5RTutt's

1l'\t1W otI .!................. .25 would enjoy the insults They turned Charlie's aunt who livesat day or in each town and Soap and P.iwder. Starke
more -
:' 12 Sheldon street over 49 Detective representing L : -.: r Fills: will cure yor TOOTH Co.
thrown .at the state troops. It is himself as un agent under salary fromC. j

; filtered. la the rpstofflce at Starke,Fla. as Sec- certain that in his writings he has Swan.The detective, with due.regardLfor I. Hood & Co., and selling his concoction ForV.aJachc:: : : dyspepsia, Brushes and Combs. Starke .

'. = Q1d. Matter.. no regard for the truth, or he could the sorrow at the thonglifc of the lostCharJie at one dollar or fifty cent per bottle, sour L'-.>.--. 'ch, malaria, torpid FINE Co.

prepared to ask a cumber giying with each sale various other worth
St&rce Fla. not have censured the soldier in liver. "pation! biliousnessand Persian Insect Powder, fresh.
.*- May' 24, 1895.Tl questions. Tears almost; xveJJod up in less articles. Citizens of Griswold. Iowa, : PURE
-- a one breath and praised them in the his ho the little lost I ; Drug Co.
: eyes as pictured became suspicious and ascertaining from '? : :
'i'uiend of legislature session next, and no one need pay any attention jne wandering helplessly about intho4treets a druggist that Ailor's compound was not Tutt's Liver Pillsan assortment of Glasses. Starke
of FINE
a great city. -
1; is 'h-awiDg near. to his criticisms.It "V/hat time-ycstedaydid you miss Hood's Sarsaparilla, but inertly colored Co.

is from the water. had him arrested. Three indictments absolute cure. TASTELESS
pleasant to turn lira? lie gently inquired.'Sure assortment of Trusses. Starke

Tn Wildwood --Vidcttc hag .BUCcumbed insolence of this *o-m"ch-&-column itAva!n't yphtcrdny si all I were found against him, the jury FINE Co.

: him said Chariio's nairi. convicted him after only thirty minutes
nisM'd ,
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to the hard tira' 3 and is machine to the following edItorial Don't Tobacco SpitOr CHILL :
it? askod deliberation and hA sentenced
"How h-jtg hgo \vs .bo1J"Jy was as PROFESSIONAL, ETC.

no.;more. from the Sumtcrville Times. ;he detective above Tbis incident suggtstt the wisdom smoke your life away is the truthful, .- nrLnrLnnrflE.

.. mi m "Three a.'ocomoltMonday.: startling title of a bonk about Nu-To- ac. L. STEWART, M. P.,
The Times is published in a county. years of purchasing medicines of only reputable .
a 'Baker-County Presi i iti a-new was the Iln ,\\N. the harmless, guaranteed Tobacco habit -
dealers whom know. Hood's8arsapanlla.
cnrklidate'for that has no military organization, Mr. -Swan fell back Ja in chair with you that braces nicotlnized nerves, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
.. :public fayor ind is a.good sttld cure up TONICIS
is never by peddlers, and
but it will be remembered that the a dull thud. "Three yiars, did you eliminates the nicotine poison, makes Office with Starie Drug Co.,
,. representative of its section.THE such offering it should be at once teported FLA.
? aud he looked out of ho window STARKE -
troops went to the rescue when the say weak men gain strength. vigor and man- ,
have all himself to the authorities, or to C. I Hood & Co., _
ho could laugh by
LkoBatler Bnllctm with lives of the citizens of Wildwood so hood. You run n,) physical or financialrisk FOR ADULTS.
"Have yon a lJ Cture -of Lira?" asked Lowell. Mass -Lowell Moining Citizen. T POWELL, M. D., WARRANTED. .
as No-To-13ac is sold by J. L. Gas- PRICE60c
,
;
C/N. 'Jones an editor has made its were in jeapordy, and the Mr. Swan, and the caller produced n .
OFFICE AT J. L. GASKIXS' DRUG STORE.Diseases &
Two Lives Saved.
kins under
to NOT.Jl
1 :appearance: and is a neat and newsypa prompt manner in which the mob tintype of a clever luokin;; littlo chap. a guarantee cure or money Paris Medicine Co.,St.Lul.Mo.
Mrs. refunded. Book Free. Address Sterling of Women and Children a Specialty. Gentlemen:-We fto!< l year, 800 boUta ofGROVE'S
Phoebe Thomas
of Junction
; "That v-as tuk< u $ niu years ago.harlio's City, TASTELESS TONIC and
} lerrh" TELKOEAPU welcomes of asassina at that place were to Thirty Years' Experience. CHI bY
| put .
sn4d ( auut "Ho was 6 years Ill.[ was told by her doctors she had Consumption Remedy Co New York or Chicago. bought three 11 arady. In all Olt
A the.Bulletin to the field and the Tirana its STARKE, FLA.T penance of tho drug bsln-
: hopes rout has likely given old then. nod that there was no hope for I never sold an article that gave such uDnr

f that it may live long to chronicle high estimate of the worth of the; "And hovroJd! was he when ho disap her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New "Hnr have 1 any fear for the future FRAZEE. fD .jour Tonic. You:n r.c
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democratic
and of
I strength harmony the _
!? ;,p,11Jr. Swan.
: v the events of the pretty little town militia: pcnn-d a Discovery cured her and she says it saved Some discard Us ri. For Sale by all Druggiats.T .
"lie was cm>r 17, was the answer party. men may prin- ATFY AND COUNSELLOR AT
i in which it is publishea. The recent of the her life. Mr. Thos. Eggery, 139 F'orida'
but
encampment Mr. Swan gasped : \in. "And then cipals and abandon its organizations LAW.

Florida State on Leon ho remarked. "And St. Ban Francisco., suffered from a dreadful R. DAVIS & CO..
troops hoV about -1 1 now. others will take their places. I have been STARKE FLA.
-
:'I'HEEEieems to'be an impression Heights at Tallahassee has demon then! bo'* .Leon missing three years, ann cold, approaching consumption, tried In favor of the free coinage of silver at the -
If Room No. I, Jones' Block. INSURANCE
rabroad that the annual encampments strated Florida's exact strengthin JFOH .loa't know where ho i?, and wo've without result everything else then tried ratio fixed by Jefferson all my life, and AGENTS.

armed militia that may be usedin pottha pii-tnro of a boy 6 years cJd to one bottle of Dr. King's New Discoveryand -C' J. FIELDS, Represent Liverpool & London ft Globe.
.of the state whatever others may do, I shall neither : Providence-Washington. Greenwich Hartford.
troops are great, big the enforcing of the present lawsor find limwilli: 'lhat! picture loos! nlJOut in two weeks was cured. He is I Phoenix and O rman-Am rn Fire Insurance

W ; !frolic.. This erroneous idea would those that be enacted in the as much liku Chiirlio: 11; 1 do. The tic t naturally thankful. It is such results abandon my principals nor my party. BRICK MASON PLASTERER. Companies. Ali. Fidelity Casualty Co..of
may Dan Voorhees. New York, and Nederland Life Insurnc Co.,
t ;be entirely removed from the minds future. thing you can do if you want tjl .1 I of which these are samples, that proves Agent for Camp Bros'. Brick. Lime & Cement.

V 'oft those who entertain it if they. With a view to economy, many Charlie. is to advertise. "-ProvideuceJouiuul. the wrnderlul efficacy of this medicine in Chaniebrlaln'a Eye and Skin Olnt STARKE, FLA. STARKE, FLA.

V Coughs and Colds. Free trial bottles at meat.
'would join the boys and.try the rou- hare suggested that appropriationsfor iJtarkc Drug Co's. Regular size 50c. aId SOCIETIES.

this purpose be done away with NOTIFIED BY A BELL RINGER.! $1.00. 5 A. certain cure. for Chronic Sore Eyes __. LECAL NOTICES.
;tiue.-or'cl.mp-dat.Y ten days. and the militia disbanded. Past Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old -- ..'*S r S*r- WX>- J..J- I
RADFORD LODGE NO. 42 F. & A. M.
How Western VIIUo' Were AttrocU-d toTravellu B ,
experience has shown that none can hliow. Notice. Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch Master's Sale.

SKNATOK THOMAS hit the railroad tell just when the troops will be theatrical ?Las varifi oxparienccp. Atlanta Go.to Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples and Sleets Thursday night before the third Sunday und by virtue of a decree of fore
"A in
man each month. WM.
F. UNDE
W. M.
.. commission bill! hard lick when IIP Piles. It is cooling and soothing. Hun- BIALPHURS. and sale duly made and
a needed nor for what Every jcddmtacTu order to protect from imposters all W. N. MEACHAV: ,Sec. ; &
purpose. aud con-
fcoujo fnuj.v dreds of cases have been cured by it after April 25th. Ib05. in the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial -
absented himself on the day it was soldier is under oath to supportthe tiiually coming bufoio him, tiU a who wish to buy my glasses, and at the all other treatment had failed. 25 cents Circuit, State of Florida for Bradford
LODGE NO. 10, I. O. O. F. county, in a cuse in chancery
called up. There were other senators constitution of the United :!ioviuan to a reporter. "The ono night same time in order to guard the reputation per box. For sale by the Starke Drug 'Is JAY therein ponding, wherein Southwestern

States and Florida and is subjectto ;tsnd.i ::n-i.u.lilio of epis-odrs mid pro of Hawkes Crystalized Lenses I will Company. Regular Meeting every Tuesday night in their Building and Loa Association, of New OrR
absent, but the absence of \-. hall. Transient brothers cordially inrited.A La., iscomj.lainant. and Stephen M.
the commands of the governor. fauity, cFpi-cially tho latter, but they again announce positively that they can- BAILEY, N. G. Mamie E.Wells, his wife,are defendants, I will
Thomas is more to be rcgiettcd be. The at the state jlsoafturd a ;;'K>d bit d aiimsfment after W. N. JlEACHAM. Soc. sell to the highest bidder fur cash in front of
encampment capital not be bought at your residence. Un- From the court house door in the town of Starke In
cause of the fact that he made his has shown the soldiers to have the annoyance is on r. Tby are not scrupulous peddlers and fakirs will tell LaGrippe. sid county of Bradford on June 3d, *
/ quite so awful I now r.s they u&td to be. Q TARKE LODGE NO. U, K. OF P. same being the first Monday in said month anda
t campaign on the railroad commission been well drilled, and their actions you that they have them for sale, but it u legal sale day.during the legal hours of
while under the lax dicipihnc of A few years a;o a company: : I *.7aa piloting How Dr. Miles' Nervine Restored Meet every Thursday evening at 7:30: o'cJocK on said da v. all the following described sa n
You
bill. is not true. the
the west ft rath can only procure tate situated in the county of Bradford. State
through rnuio cpou One of Kentucky's Business in Odd Fallows' Hall. W E. DAVIS, C.C.
-- peaceful times, have been such as to nupruihi.-inK town, but fate willed genuine Hawkes glasses by buying them E. S. MATTHEWS K. R.S Florida, &wit: Lots one (I) and three (S),
or to Health. block thirty.four (34), in Johns' Addition &the
forth of
call
expressions appioba- from the local merchant who handles : of Bradford ,Florida,
Starke.
: WRITER in the Leesburg Com that wo should give one : penrance.The town county bl"

.!!T mercial complains that the Jacksonville tion: from the governor and members hall wo hired was a crude affair, them. A. K. IIA WJiES. CIIURCILI)1IIECTORY.METgoDI8r. southwest fractional part quarter of the of southeast section quarter twent1-ilc t

of the legislature, and has completely aud so wevo the accessories. There was All fitted and fit guaranteed by township six range twenty two e
eyes
papers did not treat the soldier reversed the inpression uo box 'oiTicc, no renerved beats, and 1 Starke Drug Co. Terms cash purchaser paying for.title.CHAS. F.PACE. .

outside of the First atallioncoll1r'rjsin which has heretofore existed that had to stand at the door and collect the It.l-J. Services every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. and S 3 ft .; .. Special Mastar.Sheriff's .

( the Jacksonville' and the troops merely go to state en- admission mouey..t 7:30: not a soul Any onr.'ho has ever had an attack of '4 7:30: p. m. Sunday school at 9:30: o'clock a. rn. I --- -- -

campments to have a big time and had appesred. At 7:45 great big chap inflammatory rheumatism will rejoice with r4 Prayer meeting Wednesday evenings at 7:30: Sale.
St. Augustine companies) with fairness o'clock. The acrament of the Lord's Supperwill
commit depredations upon the sur- ramo stalkiufj in and asked inc if I Mr. J. A. Hluinm. 220 Boyle Heights Los T TNDER and by virtue of a writ of fl fa Issued
be administered the first of each
in heir reports of the drills at wanted a ringer. 'What's a ringer?' I I on Sunday U out of the- Circuit Court Fourth Judicial
rounding community. Angeles, over his fortunate escape from a : month at the close of tho morning service. Circuit State of Florida in and for the countyof
It is fact askc(. 'A man to ring the bell. You'llnever ;iiI : Bradford, in a certain cause therein pending
the late
encampment. a They are th safeguard of the I siege of that distressing nilnie.it. Mr. Rev. M. II. Outland, pastor.
(>* folks up bore to see this show wherein the Ueo. W. Scott M'f'g. Co.was plain
that few companies outside of the state and should be fostered by the H IMo to down town Slumm is foreman of Merrianvs confectionary I'IlESBVr&RIAN. tiff and Gt'0.8. Roach u as defendant,a levy baa
till yon Home-body go been made upon the following described property
.First Batallion were ever mentioned state government. A suitable appropriation and pr.ll the town hall tell. They are establishment. Some months ago Services every Su day at 10:30: o'clock a. in. I of the defendant, Geo. S. Roach, to-wit:
and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 9 a. m. Christian iftet-n acres or loud on the south side of the
should be made for the
; by tlu metropolitan: press. Whether nsed to it Kid! won't come without' I on leaving the heated room to tun across Endeavor meeting at 3 o'clock p. m Prajer southwest quarter of the northwest quarter

next encampment aud even in its took the 1glr: at his word, gave him the street on an errand he was caught out meeting Wednesday evenUgs at 7:30) o'clock. section twenty-four township six south range
it < because the reporters' twenty east: ots one. three and eleven. block
: vf& eyes't't'.e present condition the state could half a dollar, and ho departed smiling. in the rain. The result WAS that when Rev. S. C. Faris pastor. twenty.six. in the town of New River section

: completely filled by the band- II well afford to furnish a fatigue uniform Soon the deep clanging of a bell smote ready to go home that night he was unable EPISCOPAL. twenty cast; block MX. three township m town six south of New, range IUver.'ini twenty

; "lImu rank and file of the companies once every three years. upon the air, and in less than no time to walk, owing to the inflammatory rheu Services the second and fourth Sabbath.of I in the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter

; I ---- the townpeoplo came pouring in, enoughof each mouth at 3 o'c'ock n>. Sabbath schoolat section twenty three township six south
of the Fir$ or because of "lack of matism. He was taken home, and on ar p. range twenty east, on the east side of a brant.'
A gentleman of this county who bas them to make a fair audience. In 2 o'clock p. m. every Sabbath. Rev. F. R.Holman being one half acre; an undivided half IntM /.
iiu''o" deponent knoweth not. that attraction had rival was placed in front of a good fire '. three and ftve block nine. iu.- ;*-
} excellent judgment remarked to us the spite of the fact our rector. in lots <>n<
'
and in and thoroughly rubbed with Chamber- town of New River, being in the southeast quarter -
forth the billboards
other day Unit he knew of no pill so good been set on BAPTIST. of the northeast quarter of tectton twenty- .

% 'I'lIISSTATE. TllOUPS.'i'liB for constipation, dyspepsia and liver complaint the local papers, if that bell hadn't teen lain's Pain Balm. During the eveningand No DISEASE has ever presented so rnany Services on the first and third of three. ton unliip. six south range twenty east;
SundaY ana I win? u me game ai puoiic outcry in irons
pulled \;o would have played to vacant night he WitS repeatedly bathed with peculiarities: as LaGrippe. No disease each month and 7:30
at
as De Witt's Little Early Risers 10:3: o'clk a. m. : p. m. of tho COla: house door iu the town of Stark
encampment of th.e state benches.Washington Post. this liniment, and by morning was relieved leaves Its victims so debilitated, useless, Sui day school at 9:15 a. m. Prayer meeting dm ing th. if"a! hours of sale on Monday,th3u .
Burke Drug Co.Barefoot. sleepier nerveless, as LaGrippe.Mr. : day o? uue, A. !>.,IttM, to the highest bidder
troops and the effort that is being ---- of all rheumatic pains. He now P. W. Hilton, state agent of the Mutual Wednesday evenings at 70'cock. Rev. P. W. for cash. E. E.JOHNS

tnado to have the state make a more Babes III Ilttaton. Peope: weuld not be happy unless they lakes especial pleasure in praising Chamberlain's Life Insurance Co., of Kentuckysays: Corr pastor. Sheiiff Bradford County.Master's .

could "poke fun" at editors And "In IbfcO and '90 I had two sevi-ro attacksof
liberal appropriation for the maintenance Here in Boston are two physicians undertakers lo.w'ers'l and Pun Balm, and always keeps a LaGrippe the last one attacking my nervous Sple.

whose} children go barefoot all the year and occasioally doctors, bottle of it in the house. For sale by system with such severity that my life
; uf her militia has nade hardened to it, TTNDER and by virtue of a decree of toret. -
The editors are !
preachers. was despaired of. I had not slept for more [ TRUBY & DAVISStarke
Starke Co. .
rountl. The id
writer out of these. My Drug co're. and sale of a vendor' lien duly
: thai organization a topic of much but the tender sensibilities of lawyers are than two months except by the use of nar- made an entered March 28th. .. D. 189>,In and
three children, ajjeil 4 1-2. 3 1-2 1, 1-2, cotics that stupefied me, but Rave me no
by the C.icuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Cir
A has for
been started
cruel project damming
!!HscusMon daring the past two years hnve been shod in doors, and they often deeply wounded by a squib rest. I was only conscious of intense mental Fla.- cuit. State. i>f Florida in and for Bradford roiu-
is said be the Irish Channel and procuring and the I in .-ain in therein teod-
like the following: There to power weakness, agonizing bodily pain ty. a cause chai.cery
M'vekti, nn4 it is a notable fact that have been barefooted much in warm I weaker. ing. wher .n W. P Simmer is complainant and
fact that was hourly growing
editor i in heaven. How ho passed enough to warm all the dwelling, cook '
? with few the criticisms weather outdoors, and would never be one When In this condition I commenced u iig REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENTS. W. W. ( 1' icman and Addie Chapman.his wife,
very exceptions through the pearly gates is unknown, but all the food, propel all lbs ploughs aud Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. In two daysI are defe .nts, I will sell to the highest bidder
seen with isaium and stockings on in sum- for cash., ront of the court house door ID She
;, of the newspapers of the state it is upposad be practiced some base deception other machinery in Great Britain aud began to Improve and in one month's timeI town of Utarkv. in said county of Bradford
mer and the warm weathci of fall and was cured, much to the surprise of all who May 6 Wx,the sAm being the first Monday cl
have been favorable the Ireland.
'c very to spring but for the i ignorant prejudice of on St. Peter as a reformed drunkard know of my condition. I have been In excellent Orange Groves, Improved I said mi>m:< anil a lcga stile day.during the legal
: who the and traveling evangelist. When the health since and have recommended hour;of sale on said day.all the following
; patriotic young men serve those about us. Weans aware of being Our brains our ir.oney and our reputa. remedies to of friends." Farms, Town Property, Tim- lot or p" eel of land kituate, lying and being lathe
deception was discovered, it was statedon your many my tow i>f Lake Butler, Bradford county and
state in the capacity of soldiers.' severely blamed for our "cruelty," but the inhabitant" that tion are all at stake, all depending upon Louisville.Jan.22 '. D. HILTON. ber and Phosphate Lands. State ( Florida.. known and described as follows
"oldest
of
I One of tlicsc exceptions we cannot children delight in their freedom from authority the BUCKSKIN BREECHES for sup Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health. : lock numb twen'y-thre(23). TermS
all New Jerusalem was searched for a Property sold, rented or cash purchaser paying for title.
unnut il'ed. It conies from the boots and stockings and can not get them port. We aimed to make them the best CBAS. F PACE.
pas lawyer to draw up papers of ejectment For Sale by Starke Drup Co. managed lands assessed and 4 5 5t Special ttJr.
off soon enough on entering the house. working pants possible. We guarantee I
Tallahassee correspondent of the but as one could not Jja found in all the The above sale has been postponed uptil Monday
Our eldest a girl: goes to kindergarten them to be (.[Jj it; best pants made. Won't taxes paid for non-residents. the!J day of June'&
$ Jasper New and is follows. : tarry realms the editor is still there.- CHAS. F. Face
and is the only one out ot about fifty pupils you test our sincerity? Loans negotiated. Special Muter.
: The annual: encampment of the who U barefoot. The head teacher is Deland Supplement.Some -

Ctale militia his; just consumed the The difference in length of the cablesin
a very bright and gracious woman who never look over the fence Known
persons
usual wEek and the usual $5OClO when the thermometer
or the Brooklyn Bridge -
: .
I has managed to prevent pupils and visi- that diyides their own little affairs from Everywhere.Sold -
po ofrho tlt. payer's ruone '. In the : registers zero, and when it risesto Everywhere. SEE -
tors horn making the little barefoot girl all creation, and consequently they hav
wordti oJ thy fashionabUi papers, i it I 100 degrees aboyu that point is 2 feet Grown Everywhere.
uncomfortable by unfavorable remarks. wonderful effected
not beard of the cures
|flaB been "an interesting function "! .
inches.Headache
and four
Toucof our children have: had feign of known Ramon's
any by the new remedy as IRRSEgDS
but it would} be much moie intciebting

.. to leain the precise value of throat trouble, and I believe the experience Tonic Liver Pills (and Pellets). They is the direct tebult of indiges-- M MY STOCK or CLOTHING

: the of I lie other physician mentioned mark u hew era in the cure of sick headaches lion and stomach disorders. Remedy Ferr,'. Seed Annual for lS9 .
jhese picturesque picnics to :tvprage Invaluable! to all planters and loversof
cilixcn. One hor.e leading r'gular-has been equally satisfactory biliousness, sour stomach, etc. these by using De Witt's Little Early! Risers Fine Vegetables and Beautiful ,
leginlator -
pun
Flowers. Write for It Free.D. .
was recently heard to char- :I us regards the condition of his Ask Starke Drug Company, your druggists and your headache disappears. The .31. FERRY.-CO., AND _

autcrizu iim ejitire! business as a three children.-Health l Culture.In about this. You can secure a three Favorite little pills everywhere. Starke Detroit Mick.Dr.


:., "tlrunkfp frolic, paid for by the these! days telephone, telegraph weeks treatment for 33 cents includingboth Drug Co. _ _

'I l peopK-," :\1111 1 in view pf the condi- and electricity and steam people cannot the Pills and ths Tonic Pellets Trya The largest rom in the world under a _. QENTS' nlnB FURNISHINGS
free sample. -- -- ---
lion of the dale, and its chu'f indue' jillpri| to wait days or us many hours foraJiet" single roof, uubroKen by pillars, is the Powell's "Ncver-Fail" Fever Cure

.. Uyf.no 0110 need lie surprnvd to see This: i is our reason for offering Spanish authorities became very i indignant drill room at the barracks, St. Petersburg,
: be found on suie with of the following -
\ made aboiisb the may any
attt'inijt to
.
pn"r Jtire I en- you One Alinut? Cough CUIC. Neither at this country because the Florida Size 150C20.: BeforeYO"'lLiEu..y_ I
fonv.NeverhelehS. : ,
d.iys. nor hours, nor even minutes clnpse Legislnture adopted resolutions of sympathy -

p. 4 those who. believe in befurr relief is afforded. Starke Drug Co. with Cuba in her struggle for liberty. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cured J. J.L. GASKI S. Starke, Fla..
the cont illll..ncc of the ... G. Gonell of the worst case of eczema STARKK DRUG CO.. "
present Price and will
piogramme You
Please
A big bluster was mncje und Ulk was free GEO. S. ROACH & BRO., New.River, Fla.. Quality
.
: elf I fuss! and feathers haveceitaiii Iltbl Deauillul Pictures Free ever known in the state of Indiana. It H.C. PARKER & BRO.,
ly indulged! of calling upon Secretary; G. S. YUU U. Hampton. Fla.
: niUf! < lhat cannot: le, denied, We want nines and addresses, and are Associated Press cuies scalds burns, indolent sores and HARVEY JARRETT, Lakeside. Fla.

awl them"is the of Gresham, according to fails Starke Co. R. W. JONES, Lacrosse Fla. t
amoi.g privilege I willing to pay for them, and to anyone never: to cure piles. Drug
," reports to "compel" the Florida Legislature LUKE DRA WDEY. Pit.e Hill, Fla.
r 8Upporlin for the .to rescind its action. In the face of Two persons cannot long be friends if W. L. BLAIK,
senatetn\ \ ttilII' appropualion that of friends and ,
4 two other enclosing
K. L. JONES Turpentine,
$ all this the New York Legislature has they cannot forgive -ach other's failings.To Camps
of nn additional $8OOQ for the t &nmc to vs: with ? 2c. stamps for expense JOHN A. KINO.. Lake Butler.- Fla. Starke ; HTla.Th4Eeit .
the to similar resolutions. GILL.TOWNSEND. -h ,
C.

temerity
pins I 11Ir.
I i. truopj, who sire understood to be nf wrapping, etc, we will send cigut ((8)) be ignoiant of one's ignorance is BROS .
authorities learn if .
badly in ed of established The Spanish may they J. H. DOWLINO, I
'1 ; n' an beautiful engravings superbly executedin the mal"d.Ihe ignorant. ._ ,
----
that Americans S.J. PRESCOTT, Sampson, Fla.
live long enough, possess _
\\lfu-li !
be
-1.. ramp giound upon c;n colors, and genuine Works, of Art, C. H. HOUG11TON. Middleburg: Fla.
I given tlu iuiuual exhibition of juvtiulpiui'i'uy. a eel tl&in degree of freedom of speech Bo severe to yourself but indulgent to I ODOM BROS., Providence. oo i
without any advertising upon them, all W. F. BYNUM, Fort White,Fla.
which "compel" them to abstain tor tie Least MoneyISlSIHEBEsS W. L.' DOUGLAS
L\ That: any such bill no one can other?. HENRY & WILSON' Drew Fla.
, ch.iiges; pic-pnid, and also a sample pack-
from HIGH SPRINGS MED. CO.. Hiirh Soring.., fla
b law i is uttering.
-'
(-come a unlikely ,
1. ever ;
pan
of licautifnl J. II. JOHNS. Jiilistolc.
uj.i' our I\"Of'foam preperatiou Piomptiiess is a commendable virtue, .
and when Ill JOHN \1. CARY, Melrose.S. .
encampmeri: (: "
up
j. the soldicis for cliuisiug, beautifying end pre- After the grip, diphtheria, pneumonia, That's why we offer you One Minute L. WEEKS. Mikesrillc.! $3 SHOE rJ
amateur .
) tomorrow, can i se.-viugthe tetlli. The best and sweetest scarlet feter fever Hood'u. relief and F. J RIVERS. Newnansville.J. ,
typhoid etc., Cough Cme. It i id piomptin v
. l leave Tallahassee with the 11. COLSON, Litesville : ..: Over One Million People wear the
r \. tion of knowing that they, 'Ratl8fac.1 i perfumed dentrifice before the public. Stus-iparilla is of wonderful benefit in imparting prompt in curing. That is what it ib N.I.. G.M KOON.Ho\YS.I Crosse.Mason. "" w. -ii W. L. Douglas $3 and $4 Shoes.
:
", i I This offer made solely for the purpose the strength and vi.or so much made for. Siarke Druij Company.ModcMy : i-- Alt cur mioes are equally sthsiacall.
__ responsibni C
lar flv for the .
._ selyes _. : They Rive tho beat value for the money.
I of securing: new names to whom we can desired. Southern Chemical Co"Sta1'l'c -- a They equal custom ahuea In style tad Ot
condition tiC jubli benlirnent. I render teachable Their
und docility one e wearing Qualrtlofl are muurpasaed.
I introduce our toilet pit-perations. Send ci The prices are uniform stamped en eel?.
reviewed }
Th. 1 the entirePOO
I. governor I I Hood's Pills for the liver and bowels, ; theu revtit-nco; and civilly arc pos- Fla., &; :_ From SI to$.1 iiavect over other makes.
j at once ;>s stock of pkuie i is limited.I .
Saturday am} reined to enjoy I "3 if your dealer cannot supply yon we eao.S5S4S3.50
i act easily jet promptly und effectively. ilIe.Best. Sole 3f'rs.i ,
I Addrtss Ivoryfoini Tullet Co.. 723 SunKWI I 4' : COl'donaP'resdi
; It .
the bpectaclv. was certainly% one .
----
----- --- -
Strut, I'hiladvlpiiia.. I II e: anmelled ('alfand Kan.*r...
: I Bufflcienlly picturesque, aid it is to -. --- Education has to do with the hacd, the I Notice of! Application to Sell i S3.5O Police Shoes. a safes..

., be hoped that thp plaip people of I AYStoupllii; ('ou1,, head and the heart. Little Purgative Real Estate of Elinor. :: ..' .-- $2.6OandS2VkrIngieIL
v
.the $tat. wjli vy; footing the hill. I j There is no danger ftom this disease Malarial ---! --weakness-- I ever used," writes one lady, in rc ara to I Iflood's To AH! Whom It May Concern; \ .- $2&$1.75 'SlhotlSl\all
I I produces general $2 dl.
$2.50.
I.2.dlea'$3
The aviTriijti rixiiler will likely when C'liainlR-rlain's i Pills. "They are so irnd ind GJ r "AKF. notice that thirty days after the first : ,
Cough Hemedy : debility, biliousness loss of appetite, indigestion i. publication of this notice,!o-ivit, ou the 25th If your dealer cannot rappv
c:. imagine that! tlc Author of tho fore I fieely given. It liquefies tie. tough muj I and constipation. Grove's Tasteless their voikwilhut day of June. A. D. 1M)5.) I, Sebron Krown, the : ? : ._ you write f i/r cAtaJogae.
,
any grtj/-u: :. duly appointed and qualified guardian of J. Clifford "' '; 'm. .... Skn 1.__ W. L. Douglas,
going quwnrraiited fling at SOU patriotic j cus and aids;] ItS expectoration. It also Chill Tonic removes the cause wind!! I recoruncnJtlieiij brown, minor, ef the county of BradWrdMnd < _/" i,,l"w' *w : Brockton,I..
n'
Stat of Florida will applyto the Honorable
*_ citiz.'iHof Florida: felt that 'lessens the seeyrity and frequency of produces lhcs t'uuhles. Try it and you to aU suftp Wm F. llalphurn. County Judge, in and or H. ,&nr..WOnm,< .

. himself ; when he paroxysms of coughing, and insures n will be dch htet. ;Qcs. To {jet the gen (gT1F 'in: frciii e.stivec Raid county of Bradford, for authority to sell WAR I I .. ,'._ .._ I '
; he had tlmu- proud the following described real estate belonging to : > _-
_
speedy recovery. There is mat the lc.istlar.ger _ R4iv7.k :
nine ask for Grove's Thry said minor situate and being in the county of I -
hid laid brfoie the reading public I ( in giving it to children or b'ibies, will curtainiybring Bradford and State of Florida. to-\vit: Tht -
. north half of the southwest
tiiathalf column of putid matter. as it contains no injurious subs'ance. For la grippI' use Dr. Powell's Feyer your haL.:*.:, west quarter, ser.tiou nineteen.quarter township of the seven south, i. For Sale J. M ALVAREZ Starke

the reader will For sale by Stark Drug Co. Cure. It "peviT fails" to cure it. regular.V e f.s-3 south of ra-n e twenty-two east containing by ,
3 S Hut in this average i I twenty acres more or lew. Said land lJeld for I .
no other cathar- I the support, maintenance, education and past -AND-
knows
scribe it
. be mistaken. This Hood's : indebtedness of said minor.
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