Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
August 24, 1888
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VI.J. x. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, ..A.UGUS124, 1888. NO. 8.

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that we not understand
can and it
])R. JAJEES CIIACK, When In all you the have word:found to you.the sweetest girl would be no stranger than many; other mule that can kick and will kick Example the nest Teacher of Which Pall.I tents Odd Set of Books Kept by New Trk
//.I! Can Avail Themteltci. It | Police Court Sergeant.
oesn't have to be made to kick.
And know that
you give her a love that will animal habits if these creatures went I
Children should be instructed and To be in court in-
last, _" a sergeant a police
.. or. J& 00 Ii OQ I( $000ZInulire4. SURGEON DENTIST by families and kins, in which the for.the wings of a dove! sighed
100 love
A that will ,
quarO.1 IflJ ever be true- to little offie of Tolvcs and somewhat burdensome -
I encouraged perform js a peculiar
(: J.;) OJ :.110 the "Bosh "
2 u : :; 4 OJ U When children and poet. said his friend the ,
*.I 510' II..1 80. 3 0(1 :; (10) 4T1X80uIeI ')1 among the cluster of blooming girls grandchildren, nephew kindness for the guests in the house duty that of acting as bankerfor
square I 011 1 00 I'WI 1t4 u, :11.1 Ui IA 00100C0JOIL000 LATE OF CEQAK KEYS. She seems the one queen rose- and nieces were exempt from their broker.' "The breast of a turkey i?
squares'' 10 A OQ_ i() situ I Then the very first chance that :you can find larger and much better to fill up on."-Harper's such as seeing to water, towels, etc., the receipt and disbursement of
S4"rcnceats- -;-line fW the first and flve cents Office at residence,*ua t of Kentucky 80... Is the very best time to propose. relatives. more powerful cannibal in the guest chamber, but they shouldbe the weekly stipends paid by husbandsto

for Mch Kul'Se-juont' insertion. --- I met your mother one spring-time, boys, One day while j BazarWife (tearfully)-"Oh, John carefully trained to knock at t deserted wives. A sergeant is fortunate -
time advertisement upon And I loved her in less crossing a meadownear the one's if ho has above such
<=r>e-lal! rate for J. 0. than a day; door before entering any not thirty
at the office. 11AYNES, But all the days of the summer passed Washington my attention wa attracted John' why do you always come home I his
application bed-room. I have manytimes !;uffcrod book-keeping accounts on list
_ Before I found courage to say by numerous mounds or cl im- full?" Husband (soothingly"Don'tknow ,
=-= The great from neglect of and in a busy court the number may
simple words that sealed annoyance
iISUC II 'CION KATKS. our tate which covered holes in m' dear, 'less 'tis Nature abhorsa
.-- :D :E: ;DIT r.r XSr.r, Though oft to my lips they rose; neys the this. on. tho part of. children. whc I run up to one hundred and fifty or one
I wanted a more romantic! timo ground. Upon exploring these burrows vacuum.-Washington Critic.A .
One7Or.$1 00 I I would rush in uppn mo unawares hundred and seventy-five., 'The obligation
Hr months.,.. MAll Ofllec vrcr Jone Brick Block. Than I could find to propose. I found them inhabited by a recently-published book on whilst I would be dressing. of the husband to support hia
subscriptions must ho pail .nrariabl/ ia When we walked home from the Tillage: species of crawfish which naturalists etiquette says: "Endeavor to select
Of in
,_. course, the greatest pain should wife assumes a not romantic aspect
di l' These with of fitness.
advdncc.I diogenes. inJ( guests a sense & -
be Is not
The brothers and sisters taken with : of evoryday'om a police court. The obllgatiou
wIT came. too; teresting crustaceans live at That is, do invite fat to
GEO.: BAISDEN the bottomof not a man a
Communications upon all: matters of local I never could find a time to my taste, 'ern to children-their manners at to the woman as her desert for services -
I interest from all | arisof: the county. Dut I said: ''This never will do; a bottle-shaped cavity all tho way slim dinner-Hokl Mail. table, their manner tm. I may lose my lass if I wait so long; from a foot to two or three feet in -Preacher "Dc
".--- .painter and Paper Hanger I will speak ere this day shall close." Gooseberry- other, their treatment of tho aged etc., but to the city that it may not havea.
SliCltliT SOCl1 'L'lES. depth. As the summer drouths come collection< will now be took I jis
So I started out for my darling's home up. ete In this country, where the way pauper on its hands. This attitudeof
-- .. STARKE, FLA. With my mind made up to propose.I on they dig deeper and deeper, always want to express it upon you, dat dc: is open to all to obtain great wealth 01 self-defense of the community as .
Bradford Lode: No. 42, F. and A. Itl. 4 keeping about a pint of water in the watahs ob Salvation free but I
am ;
walked up the path beneath the trees high official position one often meet against 'the husband colors the proceedings -
Hexular communications I.. W. KICKL1TKK third l Saturday W. M.Ineta ALL WORK .arUI&4TEED.. And round to the kitchen door; burrow. As they burrow they carry de hydrai t, an' you got to pay fo' dc In society persons Whoso behavior it which a woman must go
i month And there on the porch I found th* maid the of mud
pellets up the steep, hydrant.I'tick..
J. E. W.ilxuiGHr. Secretary.jrif Fairer than ever betore, aadly at variance with the prlncit before she can compel her husband
BiTGG & WILLS With smooth sides and form a sort of chimney -Nell- "I Jack, I've borrowed laid The first
the soapsuds flecking round her white say. pies down by Che-sterflold. who to provide for her. step
Lod::('>!N'o. 10, I. O. O. 1' arms, over the mouth. your walking tick, and one of your every gesture evinces? clearly an entire Involved is a visit to the commissionersof

Meets very Fi-Uny n'iflit! ut Odd Fcllowl Law She For was she all was alono.washing and I the said clothes to myself: : I was very curious to know what the collars< and your Eton cap. I do so lack of early training in even tho cone charities and correction and an application -

HaL! TrantKnt brothers tord'ully invite lO Attorneys'at "Now this is the time to propose." creature could live upon in the bottomof dote on masculine cut! Think I look moner forms of politeness. To put i ] for a requisition from them on

attend. L. C. Hl'LU Noble Grand. the burrow, and how it could find chappie-like?" Her Brother-"Well, then on no higher :ground; than this: tc the police justice in her district requir-
Vice Growl. Dut what
J. C \Viu.! STARKE FLA. I said I shall not repeat:
F.J. FIEU, f cci ciary. liox 41. Each lover must find his own way; enough oxygen to support life in a pintof I can congratulate you so far-you prevent embarrassment and confusion ing him to issue an abandonment warrant

Will practice in all the Courts in the Fourth But O! I received an answer sweet muddy water two feet in the earth. don't loo'c at all lad '1iko."London of face, let parents who have at heart for the arrest:: of the delinquent
and Fifth Judicial Circuits. Though never a word did she I asked the who
Independent Order or lied Mn, : And had I say; planter owned the Fun. the.interests of their:children strive to husband. The law being framed directly -

OSCEOLA Tunis X). I. FLOIUDA.-COI inert Would I have waited won and her dallied! Who along.knows marsh what the animal ate, and he said'it i' -Patient-"Doctor, I can't sleep al make them agreeable, as well as useful to prevent the increase of pau-

fire! kindled! each Wednesday Sleep at I beir KOBERT KEITH I tell you, boys. when you've found your love. lived on mud. He had never seen night. :I tumble and toss until morn members of society.\) To this end pers and not to punish the man. the
!Marko. Fla. That then is the time to it out of the burrow and certain
WIVwam, propose. was
Invited to ntJ. ing., Doctor-"Hm, that's bad. Let see that they are instructed in all thE wife is called upon to swear on tIle taco
Trans cnt brother cordially Ab"a Kinne. in JV. Y.; ledger. that it
not eat the In order .
gnass. little courtesies that form tho of the that she will be .,
After warrant a -
N. JONES Sachem. me see your tongue. ( diagnosis agreeable
tend .. .
CJ.u. MHXOX, ('!'ier of Records.: Attorney at Law -- to find out more definitely I took one ): Fhyy'cally, you are all right. side of life. But to look at things charge on the public unless her hus-
from its burrow November
THE CRAWFISH. last and at' Perhaps you worry o'erthat bill you've from a higher point of view teach band supports her. That is all she has

bou of Temperance.Meets the time of writing have it in my room owed me for tie: past two years."-TidSits. them to make the most of themselves, to do with the matter as a principal.In .
every Monday: night in Temperance STARKE, FLA. in a tub of mud with a little water. :
Some. because it is right to"do so; because ali the police court it is the city againstthe
haiL \VM. MEACHAM.V.. lb. Interesting Facts About This For three
months it has
nearly not
JAS. MILLO. Scr' .c.Goipel Curious Animal. -The milk was not of the desire the rules of politeness have thou husband, with the wife merely as a
L. B. RHODES eaten a ingle thing to my knowledge,., sweetness that morning, and Bobbj reason for being. their foundation, in witness. She is called upon to testifya

Temperance Meeting.cery and is to-day as lively as when I first set his glass away after a very little aft unselfish regard fop the feelings and second time that she is in the pOsition -
S! at Temperance When and How It Lives-How the Mother got it. I believe it eats the mud just as
Sunday at p.m. II sip. "Mamma," he said, presently."What comfort of others. of a pauper and that tho city will
Ball Care for and Protects Ita Young earth-worms do, and digests the little
Attorney at LawLAKE A Simple Diet-An Unanswered animalcules. is it Bobby?" "Some one has Teach children-even very little ones have to support her if her husband
Often the water has
Question. been feeding the cow on pickles.- -to treat the opinions of others with i does not. Under such circumstances tho

C11UUC1I DIKECTOIIY. nearly evaporated, yet the creature Merchant Traveler. courtesy, not to rguo or wrangle i amount awarded the woman Is seldom.

STANDARD TiM P.. BUTLER, FLA seemed to suffer no inconvenience as; themselves and with 1 the to
"Who the wisest ?" asked among especially large, object being simply keep
..., In my rambles through the woods long as the gills were under the water.I was man
1 p i i t the teacher. "Solo those older than themselves, to yield a 1 her out of the poor-house. The weeklysum
lIal'&lat Clmrcli.Serviced and fields I have found inter- Sunday-school
no more have been much amused in
very I point gracefully even when they are in i which the husband is put under
at 10.:CO a m. and at 7 p.m. A. L. SCOTT 31. D. esting animal than the mon, promptly replied a little girl
common craw- watching it dig in the mud. It thrusts
Prayer n.ceting1 every Wednesday at 8 p.m. :I "And who was the holiest?" "Moses.' the right about a matter of fact 01 1 bonds to pay her varies accordingtohis
Pastor. LATE FKOM MICHIGAN.m fish. The creature is very curiously the two great claws into the soft clay;
W. O. I'ATTEKSON': "Moses! What makes think sor opinion; to rise respectfully when 8 wages, but more closely accordIng -
: Ftfool Sunday morn- distributed; for in certain large areas then, withdrawing thorn, brings i! you

sunday m'ct'ery upon stranger or old person enters the room : to the ages of her children
in* nt 10:10.: K. N. IIAMEB1CK. fupt. R Ji nt r 3i i ani l ur n in this country they are entirely absent out a load of mud. lIe backs out of the of"Because.'Holy Moses.I often' "Boston hear papa Courier.: speaking to give up the most comfortable seat whether they can work and help

F. K. MOIIGAN. Feerctary.I'rc.bcrZan as for instant in Xew England, burrow, turns around, and drops the
nearest tho fire or tho light, to avoid support her-or. whether she can
Church. TCRMS'llEASONAnLE.Office while just over the border, in Xew burden, and the pellet of mud is curried I "Judge (to"prisoner)-"You admit passing between others when talking, get work and support herself. Four

Services every Sunday: at 10:30:) a.m. York, they are found in great abun so to speak, between the arm the shooting? Prisoner"Oh, yes, or between them and the fire, to apologize dollars a week or $6, is as high as it

i It. II. MATTICE. I'nstor. nt Gaskins' Drug Ho re. dance. In one stream they may be very and the breast. I your Honor. I shot him until he gracefully for any inadvertent often gets, and sometimes it is not

Sunday School hery Sunday at 10 a in. numerous, while in the next they are looked like a slice of schweitzer
The crawfish often left tho water anc mistake or accident, this between and above $2.50 or f 3. Women who brace
L. C hULL, upL not found all. The little choose. Judge-"What was the provo
TATE POWELL M.I\ creaturesare Cftflie out for a promenade upon thi among themselves, and it will become I themselves for weeks to submit to the

very particular, and unless the mud, and one night I placed boards sC: ocation Prisoner-"He was carry easy and natural for them to do so at mortifying ordeal of swearing out such

JTIelhodUt Clinreli. After an experience of twenty years in the water just suits their taste they will that it could leave the tub and in the |ing an umbrella horizontally up thi all times and among all kinds of people. warrants against their husbands are

Services e'cIT Sahhnth at 100; :/Lm. and practice of his pr<'tesMon! has no hesitancyIn not stay. One kind, a blind species, morning found tracks of mud on the stairway of the elevated road. Judg Here example has tenfold force. Speakto sometimes surprised to learn the exact
":30.11.0funday Fcnool every Suiid-iy at the liitret mJ "Justifiable homicide. Call the next
promL-lntc ino"t scientific lives in the Mammoth Cave another
boards and on the floor; but when 1 them if basis of the law. If has beatena
a man
they were
politely aa
?.arJ.. (liaiJ ka ll( < Uurd. Superintendent.'iTy treutioent to tho-e asking bi -cl''ices. .. 1" Sun.BRIGHAM your
easo. -
burrows in
Tr mectii.ff! every TuoaJav IInd 1huriay Calls 10 the country promptly attended the levees on the\Iississip- looked, the wanderer was nestled unconcernedly -. equals. Ask them, do not order them \ woman and made her life an almost
at:30p.m.: I. \V. DARLKV, Pastor. Diseases of females and children a specialty.Office t pi, doing much' damage; but the ma- at the bottom of the bur -- to do a service for :you; have regard Insupportable burden to her but asserts

,r fit City Drug Store, or at his rest jority live in the clear springs or row. This was repeated every nightas YOUNG'S WIT. for their feelingj; do not cast reflections -,( that he has not abandoned her,

riirlntlan Chnrrli. deuce, DlstStarkt' brooks that are so common near large long as the board was left in place, upon them, upon defects of per- that he will go home with her and live

Acts! 11c-68-1:? ::! Petei4:16. rivers.I but the little fellow never left the tub How. the Mormon Miracle-Worker.Saint Saved His Reputation son or of mind, remembering, though, | with her then that woman is not in

Fen ice each Lord's lay Ht 1U:3J a.m. and F. J. FIELD have sat for hours on the shady in the daytime. The very next morning as a all the time that they am to bo trainedto danger of becoming a pauper and tho

each J.ord's day at BJO:j() p.m. banks of a favorite stream near Washington after I took the boards away I wentto It is believed that the following habits of obedience and deference tc police justice though he may feel the

Prayer mcctiiijr each Wednesday ntCPO p.m and watched,the busy fellows, the crawfish's home and found him anecdote of Brigham Young has never superiors and elders.! ''I utmost compassion for her can only
ri k ?M c' W ic rR Pl ahnrSTARKE before been published. The high priest
Sunday School each Lord's day at 10JO) :! a.m. a ; n and my interest never flagged, for I out. He had built a mound of mud th Such a course pursued by parent tell her to go home with him and have
the Mormons often to exert
W. II.!l'.U'VHt, Superintendent was always learning something new where the board had been, and, crawling I towards their children would do much him up for assault if he beats her.
whole of his wonderfully quick wit ir r
--- FLA. about their habits. They lurk in dark over the side, had not been able to to prevent that estrangement;: and want The woman often will not venture to
the faith that his followers
OFFICIAL DIKECTOBY. corners, ready to seize upon any unsuspecting return. After a diligent search I found order to preserve of sympathy which *o often arises between I appeal to the court again for

I ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Box41 creature that has the misfortune him in a dark corner of tho room had in him, but ho was gener. parents and children in after ] an. assault complaint she having -
the occasion. A certair :
City O0lrer to pass near them. The old nearly dead. It taught him a lesson, ally equal to years, when the children have gone learned that.any other is useless

r )Iayoi-L.Witkovskl.:: COMER L. PEEK crawfish, as they swim about, look and he never repeated it. I elder, while chopping wood, had eu- out into the world for themselves. Let ( will mean her husband's imprisonment -

Aldermcn-J. Klcbard, J. M. Truby Tate clumsy and unbalanced, for their two The fact of his being able to returnto his leg so badly that it had to be ampu parents!' have a care to keep abreast of and stoppage of the family
Powell, G. P. Gardiner.: tated. As soon as he was able he camt f
S. F. j
Young large claws seem grievously in the his home seemed rather remarkable, their children in all the proprieties ol inoome. The man very naturally
Clcik-I.. Webb.TreauerF. at Law and stated his to him
Attorney ; Notary to Young and case
:. 11. Morgan. way. They often leave the dark corners but it is shared by many animals. The i j' follows "I have dress, speech and behavior, and the comes to the conclusion that whateverhe

, Marshal-E. 1) WillI.I and venture into the open water, bee can return to its hive after miles of somewhat as : always children will not come to regard themas does his wife will 'have to put up

I Assessor-T. wl! Swe it. STAKKE, BUAD1 OKI) CO., FLA. carrying their large claws awkwardlyin wandering; the seal, after going on a | been a good Mormon; I have several lacking in that polish and refine- I with it and acts for the future very
j children and in
I Abstract of Title and Heal Estate Law a front and slowly creeping along.If fishing trip for miles, returns always to| i! wives and a good maimed many condition I, do not ment which are requi>ite to make a inuch'as he pleases. A man who has a

(oiinfr Officers. specialty. two of them meet they fight as a her own hole in the ice, although the my preswt rood appearance in the eyes of our decent[ income has his wife even more

County! Ju-Jjre-J. 1C. Kinbard.Cnkof Abstiacts furnished showing every Deed, matter of course, just as two hostile ice may have drifted miles, and picks i know how I am to provide for them. neighbors and the larger world be- in his power. She imagines she can
Ux-uitCourt-II. P. YorLS'iriit. Christ's
: \V. pjiei 51)11. Mortgage. Lien. Tax Sale. Judfmeit, Attachment knights would have done in the dark out her baby seal from thousands ol I believe truly that you are yond.-Philadelphia 1'ras. secure his punishment for deserting

Tax M--or-N. C. Walnrlghtl iind till\ ni tiers of public record and ages. They fence with the large claws, other white-coats; and even this craw renresentative. .. on earth and that -you a.- her for a prettier face than her own.
file affecUngTit cs of Itcal 1-MiUo In Bradford all the that He had: II CHINESE TORTURES.
xCti; >,t.r-M. M. Hae.! county Florida to da'e of abstract. parry, make thrusts and try their ut- fish, guided by what we call instinct, have power She tries. She opens her eyes when

I furnuniunt: ; of Schools-IL T. Eowlin?. up most to injure one another. At times could leave his: adopted home and re you like you can work miracles; if you flow Celestial Suspects, Are Competed to she finds the abandonment warrants .

Cow.y Count/tireyorJohn mtnissioncn-L.: P. Pratt Wiuorskl, C. E.,G. W. they seem to be shaking hands, but turn to it whenever he chose to do so. I like you can give me a new leg, and Testify or Die. open the door to so many dollars .".'

I, Ch/Nttr. M. H. 1 case eYe Joan 3. Andrews said HEADQUARTERS roa upon close inspection it will be foundto How,: they can do this we do not know; now I ask you to do it. All examinations parties in China week only. If he can support twq

I M. V. EmitL._-_ PX.R.E :csrs'UR.A.1Srcr.EJ: be nothing but a test of strength. we simply know the fact that they do Young assented to all the nattering charged with the higher crimes are by women that is his business, not the ..

state Officer. The object of the grasp is to crush the so, and apparently without trouble. propositions as they were laid down, torture. A confession of the crt 1e court's. He gives bonds to secure her

Gmernor A. Perry. Pensacola. Representing and! the Globe Liverpool Company.and London claw of the other. But unless one is a Instinct is a convenient way of ox- and when the elder had finished speak. will not prevent the torture, as it is bread. with not too much butter and

" Ueut.-Goreri.or-M.; ; H. Mnbry. Lei*burj?. great deal larger than the other thisis plaining itj; but the unanswered question ing he said: "I can give you a new leg applied to extort the names of sup- goes back to his newer flame. It is

; bctrztsry of Mate-John L Crawford' never accomplished.It arises: What is instinct?- alph and I will but I want you to think posed accomplices and confessions ef couples of this sort largoly for whom

r.ra": kt1vit1e.t0rney.caeraiC., L. C.Coiltractor. HULL, is very amusing to watch tho mo- S. Tarr, in National Tribune. about it a little at first. When the day other probable or possible crimes the police sergeant is banker. They

tine. P. Cooper, St Au 0"'us tions of their eyes, which are stalked I -.. S of judgment comes, wherever you are These.tortures consist of beating be- don't care to meet personally, and the

Trcn nrcr-F.. ?. Crlll. PJllotka.I and BuilderSTARKE and movable. During the contest the Paper for Cigarettes. buried, your old leg will find you out tween the shoulders with the bamboo; court official collects pays and take

I 4 Cvami-Boncrof I.anls-C. L. Mitchell, It. eyes are eagerly pushed forward, but and join itself to you, bpt if I give youa beating the mouth with two thick the; receipts. It is getting to be quitea

I )lea,).. FLA. If a large claw comes too near, the eyes f "There are three kinds of paper used new one that will rise with you, too, pieces of sole leather. Those are fastened business in its way.-N. Y. Mail anil

CoiLDtrol'er><}.u a ti.'e-1-ial-Gen'rnl-W David D. Barnes. Bpiing back into the sockets as if they in making cigarettes" explained a and the question is whether you would together at One end. These Express.
LongCedarKeiyu. Plans and spcclflc< tioin! furnished on short manufacturer of these articles. rather suffer the inconvenience of get- of leather bring blood from the .
r, /:erintendeftt of Public Instruction- were on the end of an elastic stalk. "Theyare pieces -S S
. bert ItiiKcU. Jacksonville.i \ notice.promptly attended Carpenter to. work solicited and Although I have watched scores of made from cotton and linen rags ting along with one for a few years! lips and even loosen the teeth and Plague of Rats in China.

Hand-made br ck for ca'o either at tho kilo combats, I have never seen a single eye and from rice straw. Cotton paper ii here or go through all eternity with cause such swelling as to prevent the -
A of rats is reported In a ro-
111111.1 State Officer. or delivered at the depot.J injured. Often one gets hold of one of mado chiefly in Trieste Austria, and three legs." prisoner from eating or speaking for plague
Bfgister-S. number of the Pekin Gazette which
I.I Tucker, Gainesville. linen and rice in Paris. The choice made, and These tortures being ineffective cent
Iltc'f'v.r-; -- -- the small claws; then with a sudden the paper The was quickly days
T, Crawlord, Gainesville. recalls the German legend of the rata
Suln.,or-GcncralW. U. Uloiham, TaUa.'lUte flap of the tail'the cruel fellow darts first, manufactured, from the filthy Brigham Young's reputation as a mira the ankle-bones are beaten with sticksof of lIam lin. Certain postal routes
J J. W HICKS backward and takes the small claw scrapings of ragpickers, is bought in cle-worker was saved.-2f. Y. Tribune. hard wood. The prisoner iscom-
in Outer Mongolia
havo had to be changed -
SENATORS. the manufacturerswho to kneel broken pieces ol
< with him. They usually fight till they large quantities by -a. peled upon
of the
nUlL account honey-combing
I HoaAVuin80n$tmuel Pasco Montierllo. get tired, then of one accord depart. turn it into pulp and subject it to Naming the First Baby.A stone or crockery the fingers and ankle on
call Jacksonville.l of ,the whole country by myraids
; Place your hand in the water near a bleaching process to make it present- bones are squeezed between sharp
IIf First HEi'rtEREXTATlVEP.: CITY BARBER them and they are off like a flash able. The lime and other substances momentous family question this edges of pieces of wood; ho is rati. who have burrowed and eaten up
Distr.ct-Hon.: It. II. II. Davidson the so extensively that the
for pasturage
Qul ,cr.tcond. I sailing down stream by quick flaps of used in bleaching have a very harmful especially as regards the first baby, suspended by the thumbs or : of food for camels and horses is
,A District-Hon. Charles Dougherty, the tail. If you place a net behindthea influence upon the membrane of the as the babies increase their happy big toes; the bare arms and legs! diminished and the burrows

i!, Port Orange. -AND- the stupid creatures dart backinto throat and nose. Cotton paper ia so parents become less fastidious about are encircled with copper snakes filled greatly ,
t---: _._. ___ are to all mounted travelersand
Your .
: the selection of names. egotistic
it.The. cheap that a thousand cigarettes can with hot water awl an indefinite number

f PATENTS. Hair Dresser.OPEN way the mother protects the be wrapped at a cost of only two cents. papas and mammas usually name their of such horrorJ are applied. I f one Australian couriers.Government The prize offered for the by rid-the

Rice is rather expensive. To- first boy and girl after themselves-a day's torture fails to extract a confes-
is curious. As the
t\'. young very eggsare paper dance of the rabbits which infest that
i AT ALL TIMES. laid, the female catches everyoneon bicconized paper is manufactured. It foolish proceeding that breeds con- sion of guilt, or if the person faint to the
fusion and tends to waste of time country may a suggestion
a confession he
ii saturated with to. from exhaustion without ,
JJif; her swimmerets, and as soon as theytouch a common paper
Shop on Call St. just East of Railroad. authorities in China to offer inducements
labor and by renderingthe
they adhere firmly by means of bacco in such a way as to imitate theo stationery may be brought to the torture again as
which SI. Pasteur or some unknown -
4 nusKin ii. iioucn Will constantly keep on hand a full hydraulic cement. With one or veins of the tobacco leaf very neatly.It suffix "junior" necessary to the soon as he has rm-overed fcufficiently. find advan-

line of the following goods for sale : hundred eggs the mother retires behind is used in making all-tobacco cigar- signature of the youthful dupli- If he is innocent and prefers death U Whittington undertake may the task

ifb Dandruff Cure to cleanse: the hair. a pebble and remains until the ettes. Arsenical preparations are also cates. Although this reproductory I dishonor for him..IM and family he will tageous enough to

.' }t SOLICITOR OP Cream of Roses for the face to remove leave their baby prison. Whenthe used in bleaching cigarette papers, and nomenclature may gratify the prideof be tortured to ueath: In the great of ridding the country of these vermin.
'- young been
China and the Chinese haw
sunburn tan freckles and smoothe the
i parents in one way, it is likely of the accused prefers
is majority
oil of creosote produced naturally asa easel
skin. A full line of Razors and Hones tiny things tear away; the covering afflicted enough of late what with
'1: tea of combustion. This iso enough to mortify their vanity in an dishonor and tven death by swift
: : d Fora! Pilssls: : constantly on hand;old razors repaired.J. they are nearly all head and claws. consequence other. It is not pleasant to a well- the and agonizing earthquakes,.fioods restricted emigration
0Il' W. HICKS Some strange instinct leads them very injurious to the throat and lungs means to varying; etc.-DemoresCs.Monthly.

Slarkc, (la. remain with their mother for a fewdays and is said to accelerate the development looking, middle-aged paterfamilias to tortures.It -...B- '
ITA in be styled :Mr. So-and-So, senior. The is not only tHe! suspected party whois
125 F street before venturing into the world to of consumption any one predisposed Advised His Mother.
*: : Near U. S. Patent Office. take care of themselves. In a day or to the disease."-N. Y. Mail word smacks of the downhill of life liable to tortura. When the suspect .

ASHINGTON e WBITB LGXR nH two the little creatures venture an inchor and Express.A and is suggestive of gray hairs; and has escaped his nearer relatives are A Howard street mother has considerable '

oDd D. o.AH two from their parent, but on the .... -- the term "the old lady," used as con- arrested, and tortured to make them trouble with a little incorrigible.

t* least sign of danger they fly precipitately recent statistical publicationshows tra-distinguishlng the buxom matron, reveal the suspect's whereabouts. Imprisonment He is chockfull of natural depravity

it back to their mother. Gradually that in all the countries of Mary from her half-grown daughter of either before or after con- and yet he is exceedingly

.".-.". O! business tfe'ore the Unliod States Pat nt Eggs for Hatching they venture farther until at last they Europe except six the ratio of the increase the same name, grates harshly on the( victio'n, is a continued and indescribable< bright."I .

'' '* ilen-ei1s'o for moderate fees. Patents leave their birthplace forever to seek of population is lessening on sensitive ear of the party of the first horror. The cells! are so small as to declare George 1 don't know

, couDlib I'Ol''I":1ln i : 'In tie,f nltd Stnsos and all foielrni their fortune in the small stream- account of the decrease in the rate o* part. It is best to look ahead and cramp the poor prisoner, t! j floor are what to do to you" she said the other

,f Ifit! If-.... Jejt-cvi OE >applications AUKS AND LABELS revived: regis and\ ONE DOLLAR FOR 13 I IWbit their world. I have often seen craw- births as compared with that of deaths. avoid the possibility- of such invidious of brick or stone.;and wet there L* little day. "I have punished you severely ..

: "rO'eClted' l.i.ormaton; and ndvlte as to fishes devour the young that come The six exceptional countries are Hol- oomparisons.1: Ledger.C. light and no ventilation: the vermin half a dozen times for- this same oftense .

; obtal'nf aut d'"r.; I'Mttou cliccrfnlly furnished' with within their reach, and have wonderedif landGreat Britain, Roumania, Sweden, and filth are beyond portrayal, und the- but it does no good."

Leghorns (Knap's Strain) am the these cannibal mothers eat the very Denmark and Norway. So it would -There are 40,000 reptiles kepi ia food is so scanty':-and bad as to produceslow : "It seems that it doesn't," he said.

bI, -\,,i4 8.t''elehor: node for frs* oplo45" artfully doer profltablo packed variety and delivered for! Expreoi Eg-g-j, ones that they BO carefully protected, seem that, as of yore, it is stttl the I one room in the Smithsonian Institution starvation.(:and. if the imprisonment ir-I ."Mother I tell you what I'd do, wereI

iiA. (- e -Pat'n bIlUr.Patcntl )nil c !tt".bove price. Add rsis or if by some instinct they can tell "populous north" which "pours the at Washington. 'It is needless to is continued long enough, linger i' you. I'd just give up ia det1r.I ."-

\. ..C0blSi 4. et furnished for 25:i c'sW. O. C. KNOX their own offspring. The low_ r aniA multitudes. from her frozen loin" 1 add rJuit tl "y 5F9 kel* in a.lcoho. uij death.--C4k ,10 Nt:1&e: "I Pc2r0tt Fret Prtu. -
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Second District Democracy- .Tom STicrman on the FiiiCdCS. Senator ( ;ail was ssc'ccjcd by Piesident i Gov. Perry has; very iro-cily| instructed TIIEBIJOJJ.- MEd'iF'ne

BRADFORD COUHTY 1ELE6RAP, Tim Democr-iita; jpmy of tli- ;?. (? Senator Sherman paid Senators Morgan 110 tt u1i. Senator Jngalls to preside over the becretuiy of State for so-called not to file''social"Hrticleof DOXGOLA KID A.. LVon RIRNI fair

the deliberations of the Senate Wednesday incorpiuntion
1: Congreiona1 District of Florida.- con | and Saulsbury nonndne compliment made that

___ppnr.7s3LiI: WEKKL.V AT&T :ri1t uai asMJinliVd pU"'ges its renewed when he said that but for their speeches in his absence. Senator Call tilled clubs until satisfactory proof is for the L5O. ;
; I fisheries he the position with ability and dig !time club is not .ring orpimzed SHOES $ 1Kigroo
ji tt li to t tic Democratic: I principle* I torPit'ch in defense of the treaty grace
; VJJ Ji. IIIUUFOJtli! i-OUXXV. KIJI r. ;l has contended! I in I the past and would have taken no part in the debate. Iii ti'. _ _ purpose of violating; or evadm-law. !; the And nowhasn't init'cbeen AND SHOE STORED
I nnfessi I and I indnrsvnicnt His own speech shows how keenly he felt of tin load option liquor Ladies wHo BOOT ( mnIe
(1 .;; ; : s its-unqualified approval; : Judge II. L. Mitchell of the 6th judicial the Governor the power to ft n tu
1'r ) of the the the blows which those senators delivered and $5
platfotm adopted by citcuit has dcen appointed by Gov. and nil those clubs wearing $4
f4itor d Proprietor, Dtmocratic party of the United Stiiic.sin against the extremely partisan attitude to till the the step farther ncjuirc
}, Puny vacancy Supreme violating or Also (
and hourly (
and desiring 'filpiete
that are daily
V. -= K.---- National Convention :-s-embTcd at Saint of the Republican majority in opposition Bench caused by the death of Justice Van why their Shoes,
show cause
%. 4' I $JJflLIPTION $1.P') A EAU. Louis; it Indorses the wise, eontcivaMve.fnilliful. ) to this just and honorable settlement of Valkenburg. 'articles'evading the law incorporation to should not be Economy, Style and STARKE
nnd conscientious ndministration an inveterate dispute. But while pro
c L-.z.: t -- of Grover .CJevt-lanrt. President of the testing that the Republican senators regard It is said that cut flowers of all kinds cancelled? Comfort, should try a : ome; .SIhases,

,. ,. j:, Aeii','Iii's c1 (. ?'..q1't'MJl ilL United Htalcs, winch by its wisdom the treaty solely in its public and international can be stat safety on long voyages by SICK HEADACHE, and a sensation of piir of this Celebrated :

1/a; l'ai4' OJie 4Sai/.:. Iii/., din Srrf honesty and vigor, has commended itsellin aspects ho completely betrayed packing them in' ventilated boxes deeply oppression ami dullness in the head, are line of Shoes. Ladies tjiildrcn

: tt/ix* Mutter.NATJ0NAJ all patriotic citizens; n enters with before closing the rank partisan lined with fresh long moss. If not perfectly very commonly produced by indigestion French Kd 'hioe' FLORIPA..

ic--- -- ------------ thorough eulhusia nrd energy, into ll.e ship which had inspired his own hostility fresh,, the moss should be slightly : morbid depondPiirv, irritability .
TICKIJT. battle tor tariff reforn. and reduction of to this settlement. di'inpened with water to keep the flowers and over sensitiveness of the nerves may $4 C hem.
taxation so fearlessly and auspiciously In ]Lb tissue of smooth phrases with froi.i witheijng. i- a majority of cases be traced to the .
Pirstdent which Senator Sherman seeks to cover the 'Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver --- --
For : --- -
t I iM-gun l by I the Preside"nt.I Vnid the Dtmoparly i -olds uninvited but same cause. -- -- ::-
II.LVKLANJ: ). i untenable of his associates Coughs and < come Balm and Tillets will positively -
nUVKU: cral Ic i in Congress; I it 1 condemns, as position party and Kidney
;: Kor Vice President. I I directly to the Democratic) it is diCicult to seize upon any substantial you can ijuJc-klv get rid of these with a cure. a
irpugsiant "few dozes of lr. J. II. McLean's Tar MORANS BAZAAR
he his
which rests
THUHMAN.f4TATK on objections
$ ALLEN. ground safely taP
faith, the mHintenance of unjust taxation to the treaty lie denounces the provision Wine Lung Balm. Time most delicate constitution can
I upon the articles winch constitute the use Tr. J. H. McLean's Tar Wine
the free
DPJIOC'HTIO TICKET. necessities of life, whereby the cost of of the treaty allowing importation Timma rank and decaying vegetation of Lung Balm; it Is a sure remedy for loss

.. living is needlessly incteasud, the iutt'rests of Csh from Canada as a "surrenderof regions newly cleared of limber exposed of voice, coughs, and all throat and lung BUILDING.
I F.'r ( .iyrn'r: of lalwr ami the laboring man arc the right of the United States to levy to the rays of the nun, is sure to breed diseases. 0. .

it i1sK P. PI.EM ISO. "f Duval injured, and au ever-growing Accumulation taxes on imported goods" and as an insult malaria. Dr. J. JL! McLean's Chills and __

of surplus iiiijiis'ly exacted. to the United States. "There is not." he Fev* r Cure, liv mild and gentle action 500 Acres in Le Conte Pears.A ,---.-- .
monej' said "in the of diplomacy so one ceuU'a bottle. who has few -
history will 50 a
; For Roprenw Court Judgi : la withdrawn from the commerce! the radically cure Tallahassee merchant, .

I i fJIJOlfQE A.K. MAXWELL P. Escambla.II of leon.Lt .. country and stowed away in the National sided powerful a treaty nations.between" This two is gtrong great language and There are many accidents and diseases trees in his yard this year shipped severs! D :E :ii : ; :a I :N-
; Treasury, constituting al muse ji danger and serious inconvenience well with the result
L MITCHELL '. and it should have been carefullywei"hed which flctoAk cause barrels. lie is pleased
!'t ., of HilUborough, our business prosperity ana a temptation and loss to the farmer in hm orchard is SCHOOL BOOKS STATIONARY OP ALL KISDSA6
a who so
_- ._- by a statesman protests and says a Lr Conte pear ]
J to wasteful H nat extravagant appropriations work, which inav be ouickly remedied
I loudly that he is actuated only by high merchant
For Sec-relnry of State: ; and it further coiuitiiiiis the systemof by the u>e of hr. J. II. MeLoan's'oL better than aim orange grove.

; 4 JOhN L.. CUAWFOKD: of \vuukuiiaFor extravagant taxation of the people.nsie treaty.public considerations in opposing this canic Oil Liniment.Ifypn a I has several hundred? acres of good />V T 'bmzz

; ) for the cn-atton and existence Yet what wag the treaty Washing- are utVeringwith weak or in- land in Leon COUiit} lie also has five ? 4*

P .AttornJy-General: of I the trusts and combinations, ; which aremade ton. which was in operation from 1874 to tlm" eyes, or granulated eyelids you children and lie 'lie will put 500 acres
Jefferson. says
I w. H possible only I by that'unjust laxa; which l> J. II. SEASIDE LIIJRARY AND FINK CIGARS. -
j 18>>5. but such n treaty as eau i to quickly fined l hy iisimr r.
.- lion whereby the lew aie enriched, ami! John Sherman louldly denounces for allowing McLean's fjtrc'.igtljeni Eye S.tlv. i"> jim Le C ,nttJ peata 101) acre grove-

For Comptroller: the trade iif the country deprived of the the free importation of Canadian cents n box. a fortune-for each chit hi. "Thi.;." lie (*. f

W. D. BARNI*;. of Jackson.F salutary effects'of unfettered: competition I leave for FOR ANY PAPER OR
fish? Under the treaty Washington.. I says, "h what 1 want to my SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED MAGAZINE.
It commends the consistent and conhcientious Tin of the t lood
admiuistra.tion u quality > depends
negotiated by a Republican is enough: for to
children, and that good solicited and prompt a'.teinioii given same.
.State TreasuaT of President Cleveland I and
S Fnr. : course and ratified by a Republican senate, much upon rood or tiaj. digestion '
a ---- 'FUANK J. PONSof IJaker. in relation to reform in the civil service the Canadians to American Csher- assimilation; to mukn the bU.od rich in anybody. There H millions in the Lc STARKE; Fla.. January 13, Ih89.TARKE .9 .
) 4 # ___ whereby that important bran* h of the men equal privileges in all their waters lift nnd streuigi u-giving constituents, Con I e pear."-F1iili1 I.I .

r'2 For Superintendent of Schools: Government has been raised; ton degree in exchango for the free admission of fish use Dr. J. II. McLean's Strengthening

ALREUT J, ItUSSELL. of Duval. of efficiency not hitherto attained.Ve from Canada to the United States The Cordial and liloni] Purilier; it will nourish
14., _ the Ii's of tli$: blood from
t. \ invite to with the I) MII- proper
co-operate provides, also, that when CARRIAGE
present treaty
whieh I lie elptionts of vitality are JJPI'ived FACTOR
p. nT (YinmnsFioner of Afjrocnlture: ocratic party of the Second Congrcssiona ever the congress of the United States bottle. *
I JJ. \V.OMB\VELL, of Jackson.Prcsldentinl District of Florida all who favor the prin shall admit Canadian fish free of duty 1 j>e> .- -

; -- cip'cs embodied in the national plil; form- American fishermen shall be entitled to .l', i;r: oui' .l! I Dr. .1. I I. Nf'-Lean: s little

h i. i Electors; adopted at St. Louis; all who
A J. II. M'KINNE. of Jackson.A. reduction and jevision ot a system, of taxation the Canadians in all the waters of the ou p> to bed sni'l yon will lxj nr!>risoil Made To Order

I 1JUFOKD. of Marion. adapted only to a time of war; all Dominion. Under the treaty of Wa' Iiingtop how ioapt .-ttad!! visr"rou you \iil t.'el Wagons ,

.'. L. CAMPllELL.iorVaukutla.. who prefer cheaper clfll'ing! ami I other fish were actually imported the ne.\t il.iv. >"i\ 'J.eiits a via!.

I ( d JJ. H. PALMEK. of Columbia. I I necessaries of life to untaxed wlnskj ; >nuii free fr vn Canada by v'rtue of :- r ai.- '- _
A Urn ot Peru vi ). Comm ni a ii. '
in guIau: g AiLI.t'- '
i.- I mali who are willinir to :tssi-t in m>dntaining : the treaty, bcforo congress passed Eci.E Plows Made To Or
170; of tail and C'JO puii'id, .
po'.md.s ri !fer. : ; -:: "
I fail hmini rd : .
: For Congressman : the wie, .i patiioi-c :nnnni j an act providing for the tiff iispcria- -. .' E
4- ]li. i"IO.( A i nf
of ts ion
GEN. KOBT BULLOCK, of Marion itraiion of public affidrs, State ai'il, tion of Canadian fish. John Sherman was piioi-plioiic' ma fo> AL ,,,,
I j Naljojial. now softly conunitted to Dein- I a member of the senate when the treaty cotton seed meal; I, "on'iiiniiisj 140) pound- 4

Atlanta has opened a Florida refugee i of-ratic la-uis. I of 1H7I was cOaisi.iercal. and lie was never of nitrogen and .",0 i pounds lui pjirrk'aci Repairing ot all finds! t dapo! nsafiy, and with!
is !it imilr.i! \ )7. "
I 1 I \vii "! ( sm f. so -ft... / : .
II. L. ANDKUSON: Ch'n.Gr.o I known to open his Hj s ngahi its ratifi-- -3.. .
free leading room for the benefit of our II. XEWKIJ, Sc j cation. Yet ho now stands up in the that si* I lie fbt'o'j' sc-l;; is isipidlydectunposed .- d a' 4. -- ... .
t citizens who are slopping in that city. I a "dis- i'i ii.'' -oil ami nivi-.s 'up the I//I' I : 'a S
j American senate and denounces as
I A 'Great Cozjvert.Ir. j graceful to American diplomacy" n treaty ;aininoimvi! !'>|.:-l llama ti-! nitrogen( in ;, ;i",7' noKsivSiipKiNG lILAC 1SMITHING; !

', ; .; Our little city 1ms cause to IKJ proud of Marshal Field theT.ead. of the great which dw'g net go the length of the it a* quickly 'a- it i is neededy' the crops I .
Chicago mercantile house of Fical, Leiter it follows I that I tli('ni'-il i is :avtu illy wortii
; Its cleanliness. Let the officials now be treaty negotiated by a Rcpublicnn ad- '
i _. hat and filth & Co., has been in Boston and! he talLcd lamistrati'jn and ratified by a 1 1< publican I this larire nsm i if 1 Peruvian tru-m<> j if f \\ out ii ";';rir; r ; fi'r1 ". (__ iII kinds of: iron end Wood Work solipcli
watchful I more bage
no it
: ga while here.Mr. Field is lifelong its ni'irkel v.due.-Kt.Tun r _
politics a : t :
i; : ; senate, of which l i'e was a leauin;, racaIyer. La i. l&i
(s allowed lo ncciintiate.I Hepublican, and he is also n protectionist I'rp fish nro not to Lc ccnnttccl 14 CSLT.. CfL
"Litet fit f-Ia Iho lijood '
I avoid but lo the surprise of some llc- from Canada except by act of conercss threof;" pii'- Mood ti iut' ems< :afuiiuati'uah healtliv I ;! .. M. -; '. '.. : i If want a Bu'ugy Wayo.i Buckboarcl Surrey
this winter Jacksonville Fhaet
t Tourists will publicans who interviewed him, he s--dd under this treaty. The Republican negotiators :Ttivity and 'Ids bo-trs wiib it (p'.3 tIi r' :: I-. .. .. 191 ing'i' you ,
I i than in the This will beA lie professed an intention hits year; of of the of did 'ri Lu tis'jtrr
past. a'ttL1
more treaty Washington it \\\\f\\ ccrhiiiilx if' <|iiik rcstorntion: rfl:mia; ;: rraaLI
I t misforjjine to that ciiy Jrjt will be a big voting for Cleveland lie does this on the not consider it necessary to vast fur so | fr'.m si.-l. ,ncs< nr :,'"i'Iait. Dr. .1. II. or any other vehicle from a Baby Carriage to a Band-wa"' '

ground: that President Cleveland's ndmin-! trifling a formality. If the pending treaty I MILIIM'trep! hoiiiMjr Cordial and

; help to other Florida to>vnn.Capt. is'ration. in its policy on the tariff qmstioii. bo a '"surrender" an "iiisult ;to the! F.loii.l! ; rnr'lipr ive 'aaro. iich bloo.l: 7 want short notice.

.1 is dis'inctly on the side of the busir.ess United States" what must now be thon: lit I; :ieil l \ itili/: ( s anil s'riMiitlieiis tin \\ hole : [ can supply your on 4 \

I York is & mem1- cr of the Congressional interests of the country. .Mr 1Vld.i3s of i its I Republican I predecessor?-Philadelphia 1 I iaii :. ?!lt( (: ju-r JioitliLirn -. Pipapli i

I Executive Committee excellent $. that t there is no free I trade atall 1 to ]>H* ; Record Carriage Manufacturing
( selection. Capt. York is a strong apprehended from it. but that theieis just I vi'l: i :'s-aj|iir: ne\v /'t.{ 'pal! 'lacer- SpecialtjjStarfce.
!lulof> Arh
impel yourlivrn (Prickly ,
id: .Xt that wise and moderate redaction I oi I ihe .
tit iria.
Cai1iain lanstgrrs ;>
and has been. lice I '
.- liullock man always I.i I Incys .o hi. p rfoi imm'co a-i|
late of duties which is needed at this
The rnen who are storrint the TIirrioa: t !I'' ;ir fiM'-'iMT'. !Dr.J. II. >.li-[.a'a1i': '. CURES
do wcik for the
U'jl) good party.
and must be bad I if I ihe
junrtuve, which
S craft are too old heiV.a i.i Indiana politic Liver; !M>d t i'r'I l! >ltn \\ ill stimulate:
I but-- -- in- -the Haitian is to escape sciious diih'cullics. lie to believe for n minute that this hubbub! I hie.'m to h"i"it-l} I :n :! )!!. ?J j.rr la'tle. SYPHILIS /L Ee MOJTT
There :vis cane man county
f ; thinks that Republicans have made a great and claptrap and scenic effect v.-iil uiter )

f tvho was net rejoiced nlthe nomination: oi mistake in allowing the Democrats; to tuk an atom the complexion] of tic! ye; :ri3; in I The Verdict Unanimous. Primai7,tecondary,saul Tertiary S-piilis Svph-

1 t ; hillock for Congress aud lie has been the lead of them in refoiinalion on this Indiana This part of the propaganda; is W.: D. 'mihi. Dn-.iruist. H5p", *. I 'id., I iliac Eruptions. Scroftila anal Scrafailoiis frnp- ; Ma. 12J
IoiimtBoston Herald. merely faint hearts inothc" te''iiie"i, ".'I'M r"c mmeiil, Kiectrie I Kittjiii -, I tiums, Ulcers and Oil iores. ithenmatista ant
I hitting upon a dry go( di box ever since, ; .11 .IIp9i4O4 nf tha hlivwl : nil those that have ., .
., 4 abroad thi !clirF that I -" miITV i i"-1 J ( iiit'Ii. i-veiy -- -- -' i I
states--to spread re i--tcJ other troatraent yield Ptca'lily and Barely
I' solitary and alone, "ch'--wing bitter morsils Second District Committee. Harrison is popular! Lore Wh.u they 1 I-i'H'e I .old ;>. yiven nli"t" in every ea-e. I II to the wonderful power of P. P. P., the great ___.-.___._._____-_ _,,
< >i-e MMto"i.( illat! I iIend cur'dlot'
The na-ncd MX : vis Blood Purifier.
: of revenue. following getjt'cnien weie hope to carry this state vith i is a corimodity i
_ ft L .: __ elected members of the Democratic E.\e- thiii aciso. I KI'e'Msi-ifisoi! of lit vom' r.tasj.Jing
more iiegotiablo Abr.ii-iin! I ti.: e. ilniLi-ist.! Ke'l\ ill. _>hio. THAT
M4 It is gratifying to know that the Northern ( mat ive Committee for t the Second Congressional harder to obtain than! Ilamson's t talk. ..lilhitis."Tin" hcl'in medicine\ I SCROFULA FiT LADI ES P1P

r' press nre not rejoicing nt Florida's District by a committee which] Tho licpubiRtm organization: Is not t lie 1 !i.e ever hin: Voais'? eiprijoi'fo. I
: was appointed for that purpose at the of the I Democratic) Its nnd fs an impurity in the blood, jirodr.cing Lumps cr The Original Wins.
equal rowing; : i. KleiJtiIlii I Tii'ins-iiidx of '
: r Do Your Own Ht-M
I at
0 misfortune in having yellow fever. And Orlando convention KwrUinn. cnnsir.!* Unnnin cores on the Arms, C. F. S5mmons.tSt. Dyeing, ]
: squabbling over the gubernatorial nomination I iithe--, :i-tvi :*' ';- tin-! te.s1511:011: so I LfR<>. or Feet, for the cnre of which cue P. P. P., M.A. Louis, Prop'i Th-y will dye eTerything. They ieNldiHJ
.. if the disease can he stumped out at an U. L. Anderson. Ocala ; E. C' F. Saiches. -- bus been indulged! at a vast sacrifice I il-t time 'e'i'hj':' >sir.aiiirniis that 1oi-t-! the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these in Simmons the U. S.Li icr Court MedicineEat'dlStO xrhcre. Price lOc. a package. The;hareaMfii|

is.. rnrly date prolnhly we will have our expected Gainesville; A. W. Cockrcll, ..lnekson' and loss nf harmony It is handicapped I li.-t liitli-is ala l ( .tR all aIi'r"aQ! i of ' dii-cfiscs yield n-arlily to the power of P. P. P., 1I.Xcilin,Prop'r A.Q.Srnmors DEFEATS Liver J. fur Strength, Brightness, Amonntrin P

number of tourists. ihle; C. F. Cone. White-fprinirs; Nat.Poyntz. by t lie tcmjK-ranre question: and Kidney: ,, ,.r iilond. ( inly a iihlfd giving now life and new strength -. .1 ulator.J-yt'il by ZUlmiSCS. or They for do i'astuesd not crock of Color or noo-fadiiur Qa_ _
: or smut JhtJ.
i- Orlando; B. G. Abernathy, Al the "submission"CcUMfiii; .;n of JIamson
,; Ir : Yellow) fryer js certain-- ly in u very mild loo'najll.; F. York, Slaike; J. i L I I'nslisMadison' is fresh in popular memory It' js burdened j I U>re. JI BLOOD POISON ,1. Cured YSrEFSIASlCK IjfDIGESTK. X HEADACnELoST, BILIOUSNESS, L. ( a4kinsStarke

t : C. H. "Delano. Luke Helen by its oft repeated declarations in I ArPETITE Sot H bTOMACH, lilC.
form when the physicians who nientterd- Their Business Coqming. Cored in its worst form ; sometimes in caste with, 0 Rev. T. 13. Reams Pastor
t It was iiinanimouslv irrced limit lime sti,to platforms in favor of tariff revision where the ic Eternal Paiq \ il. E. LAKE1TIEfl
Erysipelas patient was
-, I i iig it disagree as to whether is really Executive Committee should! bo reduced and now is Tire to face wth the warn- Prt.i.ahlv ii;:. one tiling has easel: a and given ;up by the physicians. In some cases Church think I,should Adams Jiavc,Tcnn.b.-cn, writes: "!
of i rzpncr'a] revival i trade at J. L. (iaskirsI : ; Scrofulous Ubere broke cut till the was a 'V but'for
fever not. Such seems to be the to nine in number, as a committee coin- moth task making those concur with party your Genuine M. A. Simmons
; a yellow or posed of one fiom each county m the the ugiy blame document Uj.'ju which i I' I Drur); Htheir gi vi air aw ny tc their pass of corruption ; a bottle cf P. P. P. waalirocnred Liver.Medicine. I have CfcAY CQ., FLA.,
Jacksonville. Out of 38 cases eiislinrS "f iiiany ii tait and tne disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM.
rose s" fioe tii= I t los % tRbf. sometimes had to substitute
is It that
I Distiict Would Lie eiceedingly cumber IIqiH.-.Gi ninniiur is P
f-ffy of I Iir. Kind's New Discoverfor (I 'TIE I "Zeilin's stqif"for
date. your Medi-
has been but 5 deaths to
k; there Grcshaii. who
some. truly was more popular I ccLills/ / cine, but itljon't
('ouasui in[ltlOia. Their trade ix'sjmpiy' aos-.ver the
1 T. AI.BEUT .ircxMxr.s. in the state thv.n Harrison, ten to 1 enorniDus in this arlit't'e t,5I I purpose." J (J
.:. r At li convention Gen. Robert turned his back the the OFLI Dr.J.R. Gray, Editor 7X
)ie prlando
.c Secretary Convention.Jhe one. : on country from the f.u-t that it "always cures and And: in all Affept'ong of the Blood,P.P.P.stands >afttft, Mcir phis,Tenn. BREAL
1 ::4 IJnltock >):n ni rinated !us candidate to minute tho Chicago convention had never disappoints. (Conalj ( Cod] Ashma. : alone and unrivaled, and some of its cures arq -received a pact.age cf your Liver says i

; succeed Gen. Evasion Clubs. .spnraed him The&o thorns and others Bn.nehiiis < 'i nap, iiad sill I throat really wonderful. JItd.cine: and lme used half of St.
; Congress }o Dougherty. STATE OK FLOUIIU without nu-ibtr, make the machine lie ai-d 'ung tU..a :;"cs Cjii'ickly; ctutei'ou If you suffer from anything lite Syphilis, Scrofula It workshke a i iarm. I want ilo & 1 1MP.tNT
Jlullock he clmlcp of coun- Blood Poison, Ulcers, Old Sores, Rieumatism better Liver Regulator and
1 was Brnfjford EXECUTIVE OFFICE' ; [ uneasy. Hut though they are patent can test it befoie: 'Imvinir, ">v irettinj H or any disease of the blood, be Bore and no more of2eUlnT certainly -

|v, ;nnd our delegate cast 10 votes'solid T4T1AITASSEE, AVG. 7, l8S. ) facts, the Democracy docs not content trial bottl 'free, large'sie $1. Every give P. P. P. a trial. mucture. ESTATE LOAN *l DRO

I I fur him MIC ciiqventiorj. WiiKREA's1, l1 1$ alleged! Hist association? itself with them and rest upon its oars. bottle! warranted. 3 P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potaa. & .
thrppffh Htjrc .
Blum) is no secret patent mejljcfna like the
I IIi which have incorporated under the laws "No, Governor Gray. "splits and many
says the market,
on its'fotmrila it on every bottle, : ft
: : The theory ot coneussion is bein thori of lYiti? ftf.lte. nominally as social club*. disaffection among the enemy cro not to a Tin* llepid-lie-n orir-ttK nre XMS. ly reticent thus giving a guarantee of its purity and whole- AENI's.Fon
4 fr Ixwfii) purposes .ire in f.ict designe1In bo counted on. This is a party state a> tn the ilfcrt on candidate ifairion's eomeness that no other blood purifier does give __ a c
i i ughly tested in Jncks'Uivillc. Caiinonsnre fiel'iis.a*. oj Biair.e's Florida
violate or evade'; I Ihe laws; of the M.t.conccrnjng .- whcro ir.en we apt to forget grievances suarjeiing: Southern R. R.Ve .

a Ix-cming U''*.'".' every day at dayliglit the sale of intoxicating liquor- on election day." So tho Democrats secure limit mcii j-iiue lie came home and took po.sseiou \ OT1UE'otia' lB32@i& ?
_I and have been nude to in of their of the Put: ty, hut hcici **+ CURES \ h.iv: lands; of every i c'
and Mindiiwii. As y"jt nothing has LcenHCCYim complaints iiI( tn an organization own is horoby Riven that Twill be at WHERE AIL USE lAIL
-r piloted with I the exception I>f brenk- I hit effect ; and whll I Ihe. fact; of i incorporalinsr. voters, which, with I lie exception of a ;-i! there ividtnees(! ( ini {,nt that (the 1> ofticf nt tjie Court House in Stnrkp. on Jlon-my tCoKu fc-jrup. 'la'tet-Rtind. 1 1I If ynr vat to. buy, rent, TcaP.

a* nfoicsaid doi-s not aiithoii/c any few petty splits, has been sound for nominal and his; I friends resent taj!, Tuesday and Wediiesilny of each wet-k until

.; 411d __ lug all ||!\\indowp) ) near.. where. the gtu. -.uch violition or evasion of law, ror months go on canvassing: every doubtful the Icdiritui* po-ilon: inhhli they have tliA time expires by law, for the run>os- of I sell!, it will jiay you to., call

J1 i : were flrrd. sale of i letter to Now York been placed i ly I the :airs iind i :-.elt'-irioiitioa- registering and issuing rpgi'-tratioii certificates
t render legal any intoxicating I liqiiirs man.-Indianapolis to the electors Bradford cmi' ty, Floiida. witc! () us. -
r t --.---- which would I be 1'ligal' without such World. I lion iif "Hit 1 iH'ite.-t! ( living statesman. All persons shuuM call and secure registration ))(,'1IOVCfor. TM- f' ;; 4.

The Fold invcviigHling conmitee( ( in incorporation; or relieve an}' of I those! vhan .Vr.:' Ilailijon !ias; K-maiiied; bileiit. but he cert fu.-a.tes and ?iv that their unrtiej are Vwperlv <>:; ;iiuiiiiu saved -
V Cicii Hixl Democratic Texas.Tczias would I bMiiiutln:: l-- ilnn if lie enterwl on tins reji\tratic( books, 3j required i lite. A. II.
I JCcw Yoik liave uiscovercil tliat Levi P. charged; with the CII lot CeIImtI t of the n man: l liy laws of Florida, Chapter S7'4. my DI.WKI.L, IIR S
laws from the nh'1-ritimi I to"pCtform -he is troubled with a plethora of did not fu-1 Kei-i.iy I tin-in"nll put upon Who witi tobetran fcred to dis riet other than Editor Enquirer Kilen- STO
1Ia'ItftI I Kt-iuliliciii fandidate fir Vice
] duties in lie! premise's: Yet. as it is (char cash. Its bonded indebtedness is only him by lil.-iine ;and( hit boomers. in ithirli they are now reji ttredE. M- ton, N. C., April 23, 1087.

jtM4biIt. is guiily of violniing the contract oil that! MK-II coiponilions are n-e'l iii iil< ) l.r,00.000.; which the holders will not L. ODOM. ____
Supurvi-or ReKiotration Bradford
lid'or IMW mid il.nt in K-vend :|run i-nd evade the law. as iifore-nid j jmd exchange for the money preferring to : / u;. lu ttxVOTIOS Co ITS = _I-E .- r '

limes imp rUd lulorers by iinln.ct; to as il'-advised' pc'-sous. under I lie i le-i I Iillit draw the interest and *there is in the : FOIl i'uiu f f&i
I such ii. iiiioritlioiiwilluudilo| t UK-MI. state treasury a surplus, of more than 1 ,

L _: vnrk. ui his fauns.cp dir.ct'y or indirectly, so t>i \ la too: ?2.0CO.CCO.: The school fund has"a surplus -' Y4 LDFFlcu AT QlNEtIyI4I-; 6

; ev.-rle the law. mny In le.d! saa lo do; of $10.000.001); for nearly'half of July 21. l,3S : -i J '- -
> I ,\ (>rding to law the irgistial'xmnow !eails Xolice is liereby iriveii to all I whi-in, 5'iiiav which no safe investment can be found j Notice: i> lu-iehy givei. Ill it tin folluw- : ,

i : tIe open three dnys it cnch week, at coi-rein, 1 that 1 have diiccte I t the The farmers to whom the state has been! ; M-il-r! i h is filed jioiU-c of Ins _

I the Omit IIoiiM. Any i>cion .iot hold- Si-cielary of State not I io file tie tinicies | selling its lauds on forty ears'tiue. with ; ;; inifiii'o.i: lo in.ike final prof' in sii]>piirl of -

ins a cartilimti1 ii f Js ixpectciiIn 'if iiicorponilion[ of any allegi d soi j! only 5 per c-cnt. interest., in the hope that !Ii ii- rhiim; nnd; :hil: sui I profil! !. iuidelicfoiv
*i mitts associations: rtf like char.icter. U'i-4' they would be very dilatory about paying -.- --- IJc i-tiTiind Ui'edver ,3 BESTeir.e (?4t1) TcdI-
( __
at .
riinsville -
t. register nm rcceivenne. npdniiy person til saJUfiictory evidence, furnishid I by'' the principal aYe piling in the money oat ) .'"li! .. a'i Si-pt( >-'. l S 1. vix.ViIliun: : A. Co-.srjrriON.isPiso' Cnui: for. ,/ :"- -

vho has moved from otic district to another such association that it is in fac'l tho overburdened state treasurer. Tim > WziIzi.fg Children
I i designed :'c1 4
ii| of
Li| vi
| | up :| ; < W. Fl.i.. I M. E 12'J14i..r tahoit' without '
r t. : can lit-lranMen-d.I j 1 oiily for lawful' purposis.. counties its misery aro the doing state the has tame.30.GUO.000 To) add acres to i Ihc E i -f SV i S.- -. Tp G'R :23 E: I By all druggists.' 'jectl 25c.>n. -j., j,. GASKIfjis
:' lie litflC: the fl llo\\i , \ < | \\ ltniSCS to ICIMLLEII
: : (44. Mi-rrill's spicy: letter;; in tic! 77, /<*- of laud yet to sell which are every year j : ) !--o\V| !ii!> iilitIIttIiIi-: l| i- ld'-llfl! llpo'tl, ;ind '
I ': i'nioii tin the quarantine, did not meet Tl..s is the way a Sin iier ,.Cilifonia, bringing Tex Record higher arid higher prices.-T) Icr : .i. t Iic1 i-ullivinn; nf, s.iid riitd., vi.:, 2 4 5.1

r' ivilh the upprovtd or some ufa-iir best citj7.1Ds. newspaper( wl ich aided ifl i ''boomin its ( ) iJfr I ii J.I ::;icox.! of loniii, KI.-u Beatcouchsyp.CURES WHERE ALL ELSE IMs. Drugs & Mediciiijl':'

section fells of one of these bursudbooms .1''itl \\ hute. of: Likt-vi: w, Fi-i. In time. Sot,] Tasjegio. Uee
.. ; The (4dtatI) jx-rhap fclm n goo I Ifviljsc Ir nimsy and Useless Malignity. ., I .. l'yt pjsLq
i). \V Ijii-jtham S
for coiuplainl: but tio wi'ple can "1.i.itt: restaurants Closed I in aaie day; Some of our Republican, neighbors have .J. T. !HiiSlis -. ciR11414 Starke, Flat -. |

iitToid to run Iho risk of their lives. Tin:reran 1C del Us discharged fiom one dry ooiU been blowing hot and cold as to Judge (( Trcii: iiiutcrXOTK'K :
I :. I. S.c of stoic; 1600 empty rooms' I in lodging iiou Thurman. '1 hey have got to calling him rou DiTTiootax )Rt.. Prescription*
bo wo necessity uivitir.gdisease; iomr Physicians'
ft"I es; hotel reduced to $3 per day ; shaving a "copperhead" again, anti "Virginian, by F'OI irj UZJLfJATnrSLAXIJOJFICK ( () \ IN Uacrfl' Fnuninlr
t homes.Tlif reduced from 25: cents to 5 Cents, and cnf- God. salt," and a "nigger hater," etc. Of i >FOlD COUNTy FLoRID I.. -
) F bi m :p -- 1 fee from 10 to 5. Heal estate agents course this only displays their malignity. : (!.\I.\fSViU.K. FI..It'lySI \.. HA.S.NAIJ PASMOX v. 1 Bill fr UarefiiJIy Com pan m fed at all 1QUT5r4t .

0 M> tr<'] >l hO'--1> iu.-c!hy given t !i.t I tho follow- so Divorce, -
rMOn-nalic parti because lid In shoit lime thd "lown" will ori'lhe people. An ensanguined campaign It tin made to
| they not a i be as I u imi-a>! .'':'.t a l tvjttlt-r h-i-s tiled nasi ice of his si UPP'ar to this ( &'urt that the
like that Mr. Foraker runs in Ohio r iance of the Ii-fe. (
'. iiomiiiHte their tanJiitatc. It tlesol.iU*. solitary aixi_ forlorn as of can .tiat e antttl.d 4lf :Interest toW L
any ,
1 paricular cities" not be spread out over a national campaign PWEBAbsolutely ;<> nuikc lin-il prt in support! of '.alise .s n the numerous "boomed i in the oil ?
:. nay !Iv haul for that excellent jouinal to without becoming flimsy and use I i his cluiin. iuil lhi! s-ii, l profii' lie made jitlgt1 anal ha' j anti dtt'rm.t that tie autiat 'Jft'Ti.i.trit be' W U FREE SAMPLE onrime _
of few
region Pennsylvania a hereby -
years ago. I lief-irc I iii-jri-lt-r ni-il I I'.frcivcr req'.ur,91 h. :t ic a fr.MatocomiiLintct35fl7bd7
: takf n defeat but it was Hip will of the less.-Cincinnati Enquirer. at Gal misvjhte to the bill oftlp corplanat's! or 'Jl.ttiUfTicwy efor SPud
r Pure. j Fl.i., on Spi. : 2-i. IbSif. xi/: Chester tio! jis day tar October .t. !1. tlu-i Ca v:>".n.-a. {JASES REMEDY !.o..2c3lo4r _
Jfir.ftcnitio party and the Mttropiti* From the Parsonage. tIar arid It i fur.
Norlliinp., of Lakevi'v.! F im. II. E I00!:] oraieri tlatt a erpy of tt.i Tt.tjaa,
P .( Miou'd give up with a bettei gince. Cone Browuwood! Ga. Has flats lUalne lie Got 11 in His Grip Sack? I FIp4 i ow*T *r n-ver var\fs.\ A uuir\ t| tor tin* S. E I SC(-. 2s*. Tp. ((5 J It. 2S I:. a iIUbijs1iftt flawspaperpIIIljiipl: ;Q t ii.IrnI iar1 (' ..aintTILIORA shall Vu be, HOFFMAN'S TlieStraW.
brought over a bugaboo, hi }
& I jrtnllemen, let's Mi ke, and all work toy The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. Oae that Js horrible, huge aail new, J or! usii-'ty, x'r"nrfi! .nid \\ i.olc-soniPin-ts ;j i He nuie.s; I ll.e i toll.nvinc witnesses to "flee cacti We f.r fnLr 'ofliecCtiv rtiir:; ( County, }'la lortheSO.Most ,
I-? *| tn elect the bLat man for the place. GENTLEMEN-This past summer nay Oce that Is lioohnl and horned end tailed, Morn MO'HiciI than the ordinary | prove lIlA ccniiiiuons i MMili'-riL, upon, and to also the said day, aul a copy of ahl arlt'r Prior be productive larpre.

) wife was away 0:1 a two months' vi/u. Onf that will wort where the others failed? kinils.uid "<'ii' it !:'. vi\\-\\ \ I in Competition | ciiitivaii'iii I of! .iid Lrii!, viz: L Id posta4 tnt door of th 11011.4,:? 0 the of (be best and ..
I with UK* irult( ; I U-v : 1). J Sll.-ox laaml, quality
n <.iii. a- amt! test, .shonwe'uiit. j ,. I'm.|
: Our fcchooUboth) 4pcn on the first Monday On her return home she had: a wrelcl.e.1 The "liebel" buiralxx) exploded j A H.F.Youi.CTk MAI
alum o; phavpl.j powders, John \\ !hi iie.i! I L.ikcview Fla UNEQUALED FlK)
I in September. Starke has earned cold, which, growing worse, caused me t t.) Just as if folks -JiJn't know it was loaded," '< Sold only in c-in*. U')vil I MaKin-r I'ow- IV.. Iii, .' C'onip'iViSoU-itors.PF.EK&FR\ZEK Circuit C't sDd _
The "llasicess Interests" scarecrow's dead, ; d -r ., lii( \'a--1._ "N V. fly ?. ?-: y !nr"ht, I offer strong plants in lar ejiiMntities.
: .vide lame us lime healthiest town in the call I I in a physician, lie I attended her sivcral With a Cleveland monument at his head I ; i J. 1'. Mi kl-. l't-i'ity Ciirk. ( nt ftasonnh'p' prices.Cattley .

I ; ;. ') .: i' $ntle, mil our schools aie noted for their weeks without bent-tilling her. S'xe, i S. U. TUCK EH. Register Guavas anti J11 JI
And now the "Terl/T" bugaboo i KSTUAY1E I !) healthY
all the fin.-si lloKfw, lo goitt.
I ethletme. Under Prof. Wespy, of. the knowing the splendid effect S. S. S. laid | Isn't <'oing the work it vas meant to do. | ; IN tItcul'1'cou1j-4tj c, r PEEK, a .Jti'i( of te forty vniieties of Dwarf OrVf?
L' .. Institute aud Prof. Dcntmi of the Col- PerhtJ-s n worse hobgoblin! may : : ioi i..l i. i..t .. .. rtr, ftI Lii.t I Bradford CnL'nty } I'eace, in arid for Lemons .
L'i. on me. (lett rained test it in her case. At j ri-? I .i. ,4 h.r rrou-r., Judicial Circuit Florida Ii-'rta,. lLVl' W iflniJ Lime, etc.Addrws
TO! trotted out at an early Cay! :-: s ;oi1i .:: iVt wia.i,,! liE Ofafl'ikn. Brad to th 1Ii'dersjg1,., that P. retiares ptJE'rZ: .
I a %Wc. the fflne'will still umirt' cr extend that time had You i. lord at his 1', wy1, ha AUNOL1> :
|. sue copious multi disagreeable -Sew York World.Uehiml an int.y lrtalIca na '1 14l County.GEOUUE up reki-i ce in sail ( taken '

t i4 V unl soon Stuke will be known all over discharges from the left nostril. IV- I 41 h li.ti-. *'. A lv'*,-or.>...*r.4_> :. .on ai.) .1,.. :o'.tl.ti.lrr of bi.t|.*i ll n3 bl.t>Vjl rc-4. I5ROUUHAM0\* described tattle! to-wit: On,.unty ew,marked the fOllOwing Greenland. Duval Co.. -
1 l ., Square and lIppr
in Ilotlt Occasions. i I.e Iir' it. 1 ; ia.4. Pirew.uri' I .t-iUflipjt I by unclr-1eIt In _
l o.'bj rtUtTli --- -
/ oe -
: I hi* entire South for health: and schools. foic the first bottle of S. S. S. wa used '14'VL'e.4 ht.ill >. Su-1 iit-l ;" a mnp .Florida,,, DAMP H CHAPMAN } attachment *?"m fork and uv in th. other ar azul swafliy LU-
? It is true that Mr. Elaine was a little -lib fell uw t.a n..nt rtilr,%14 i.-ri.i..c tauip, to th. anal l OEOKOK CHAPMAN I Sworn to *1061iloing Color, r.'aaj ant whiiiatiinat Iirajaed( j j_ WorthingtonSprInZH3tiThis
j she.was much better and few additional JK-MO; *L La'- is P.:.i rIM Jaokwivilte,Kid biissj.icss under a 9 year. cIil.
: up a too late to meet the 10,000 men who : the | 'ne luck bejiTer, (me yest old. No famous Hotel will bcd .0
: fhmc imaaiinntinne1fAteCznsby for tin bottles set her all rkhmt.It marched in his honor Thursday cvenina'. firiti name and styleo'the | brand. J mark or
JojSilt and CoruroNeion i Omit' tiilI calf .
bix of gtte5t.
; VYnute. wo ln-licvc hives entire satisfaction is remarkable that S. S. S. isgoi-d for j But on a memorable day early in Novem Coniany. J 1Mr LIlTit t"lcr tiaek east month5 whj ,old. No mark or for titi' ret-eptia'n
ber. 18S4. exactly 4,851.OS1 ATTACHMENT r| .iefendant David NOtice reasonable.*
I all ova r the fHUity, and the jx-ople all colds and sore throat. A few months ngo turned out in his favor and Republicans Mr. Blaiao NOTICE. 1 C.porpe; Chapman and all other Chapman Verjons and or ownof hereliygiveim.the ttat a&nia, th. owuier .Tiuu- 1st good lioa'ul

to Un jficinp. With Crosby in tinS I troubled with STATE} FLORIDA. us Pi.rxTY terwto'l arc hereby noUflca of the coLCen't forward and mna Cattle corn, of the! S
rather behind proaf the
q- poem was occasionally my was even tben.-New COUSTT OP BRAUFOBO. I f COCRT. mt-nt ol the above suit by attachment cbarges withi,, th o ownehjpanat 'ay eliding use
nate the iMlcreMs! at Urartford pountv throat fron. preaching.: I carried a bottle York World To RICHARD CROSBY: hereby required to appear, cleod or demur and are they will be lveij.j ir pr-s.rjbel by law,that
of Swift's Specific with me op the circuit. Y.MI are hereby notified that a Writ of Attachment thrf dw-Urntion filed therein h"- the to made and provitlad aamd olai, n iii such easei Cottages wit.
: will In JiMikcil after, nnd willJfifhan' has been issued against by stattate
you OF [
your SEPTEtfr.ER mas.]
A. Wlt8i .
Whenever my throat became irritaicd; and No Opening fop Eli. propel ty attached to satisfy the demand ct John the same being the first IV1888 lay hand a 4 seal Of-olflce : Ii'.i. I'liItil; ('
c. ; nnd Guskins in thr House we nitty cjcciucl I would take dose of S. I... f Jaskin-", Monday of kid month I Starke, FiAZ1la. at .
1 annoyed me a S. j Eli Perkins, according to The New York amounting to iO. i iin-I rule day of this Court, or Judgment AIagu4t 13th 1588 I'ropr1ett
.' I ,- ; ii\-.s; as will I c Ihe I Usl lor the peuj .S. just l Ie4iie retiring and on awakening | World has offered his services to the Republican Itieharci.Now, unless CuuntvJudge jou slll Lu and appear-'or said befor&.J.County R., taken against them by default llBI "* H. F. YORK, t_

; ', j>le. TjH'JC IB lo be M> ppu*. itio4| to tliesipi \\culd bu well. managers as a campaign orator. at his tfflce, at the Court House, in the Town of of ?
1 nnd hhicr nomination la JF.V.{ JQ F.PII O. LANGSTON.Treatise The necessityfor Eli's services is not Staike. in said County, at 10 o'clock in the f reno hereby certify that the NOTIeE. : Filly Bushela _
llcmt-p. oregoe
cqua Blood and Skin Dise.isesnulled *'.. on the 6th day of November A. D. 18 $. rect of lh lx wpeks aft.r fartM' '
oji The copy 01 iicinal S tLt I St-cil. 1 will hayuntil1
parent. Republican party is already judgment tri 1 be or com wial aplily t j ,. _
; : In an flection. It is expected that the cniro fiee. rendere against you and your I uaafalecnwnt of suit to above intitlWclu ; Joseph it. Riejiar1f lIn. fresh
plentifully provided.with men who invent property sold to pay the debt. on file in my office. now COunty of Bradro-j State Caumny JutIg. of ihe at the rate. of 1.50 fOK- ;___
4 .. | puulicau vote will betftil for thi> THI:: SWIFT SI-ECIFJC Co and circulate campaign stories.-Savan iMleit this 23u day ofAusrust A. D. IStX Witness my hnd Afll seal offlem May 'th of AdmistrationVn ci IJri'laVfor. Xetiij lelivsrinl'm quantity, r| _
's. I Drawer 3, Atlanta. Ga. nab News. JOHN L. GASKIXS [SEAI.l H. F. Iss late uf Vi.fcst of N. 11. N.iIergen5kr any .
: tlo''i. deceaseit. e icurty of I' -
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Louisiana is quarantined against .the The Supreme Court, after re-openuig From Hampton.-' .' j q..-r

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGB/PH. :State of Florida.: the Court IInuee ctice!: 10 affirmed their nad All gone quiet nguiti.You here, the refugees no; doubt Lave would come |!.' FURNITURE I 1 1I I[Hanirici&! Jones,

I IStnte firt-J decision and all I minds now 1-c
.. may
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, Savannah is quarantined against nil the have heen"cn' much sur.nsed to hive \
Starke, Fla., Aug. 24,1888.ANNOUNCEMENTS. : except West Florida. rest in regard to this mnttcr Starke been I in our maoist and witne-st-d the commotion : ,I,.
will be the county seat of Bradford: county in our usually: quiet dis'rict' ('.\n DKALKHS IN'-
= ---- -= -- There is positively no yellow fe' or.or until 1897 at least. (:Il t by the landing at our station of a FOR CASH OR ON INSTALLMENT. !
number of the Jacksonville
I ny suspicious fever in.Braqforl county. rnn-away3. I Ii
In 1877 a number of cases o! yellow Some of our residents! seemed tl) Lnilll\er i t

-For Clerk of Circuit Court.I Mr. W. II. Rivers is upon oar streets fever were brought! to Starke (mom inkt tell ->I with excitement, and :lfI'r\ number of :GENERALMERCHAHIIISE.STAEKE .

liereliy announce myself n candidatefor gain looking much improved in health.; I visits from some of the county big guns
regions and not ollevlw had fever Lowest Prices! Stock!
the office of Clck of the Circuit Court I notably your honored Mayor, we were Largest
Mrs. F. II. Jones has sold her place died and no case originated here. With quieted down Several of thc energetic

for Bradford County. and respectfully next to Mr!?. Spnrkman's to B. K. Drew such a record as this Starke may well i and public spirited: gentlemen stepped to FLA-
eolicK the suffrage of my fellow-citizens the front rank nd were duly sworn in. _
for fl.OW.( claim l<) lw; the healthiest town in the
ll the.ensiiicg cl'Clion. _ _ with Mr. P. II. Cason as Cap'ain. and And easiest terms in the City.
Very Hespeclfully. Robert Keith is tilling the pulpit nt the State.A undertook to do duty a* quarantine: : guard"1 We keep consl-udy: on hand n'fuli line of

II. F. Yornc.m'sef.aca11didate. Baptist church, pending the electing of a heavy wiiul storm passed over alllprotclor? of the intcrcs.s of the t

regular the little of 14 mile Hampton District generally. Our Captain : : Cano Good.. Canc1i les. Tobiwo,
-=- hereby nnnoum.'c pastor. village Temples, however soon found that he was not 'GL W. BLANKENBTJRG: I : I
north of here, on Tuesday night. in his element and quietly resigned and( ,
the office of Clerk of the Court of Rev. I. W. Darley preached a very in. Mr. i Cigars mid all good usu.illy .found IB ..
Ilamrick and
for Several fences were blown down, was Appointed swornin
iBffdford county, and respectfully solicit eresting sermon o.n last Sabbtvth .evening hORse unroofed and blown to take his place.! This move did not '

,the suffrage of my fellow-citizens at the At the }1. E. church. one from its piors. A number one of fine meet with the approval of our people, he I STARKE, FLORIDA.U&KXNS 1\ iirt i-l.MH; grocery tOIlo.
being considered too and inexperienced
xnsnmg. election. Very Respectfnllj, Frosts have.already appeared in some of trees were blown down. to fill the bill.! =r.dl St. In Jumvi lirick i1iilr1ung.

W. T. WEEKS. he Northern slates, doing great; damageto In the mean time the exitement continued ( '. lilUCK: ULOCK- -- *
the. ing Two large steamships the Thingralla councils) of war were trying to -
County Judge. grow crops. L.KEENE
For )
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and the Geiser collided at sea on the 14 grapple with the requirements of the situation --- -- ,

I heieby announce tjiat 1: am a candi- Mr. Wm.; Tysoaias; been hauling lumr inst., In which the Geiser was sunk in 5 while in some unara.unlablu wav a : Millinery Fancy: Dress Goods

.date for the.. mCC-o.r (ftpniy Judge; >$ ..this.\'t'eek' a new .boise\ which he minutes utter,the shock. 150 people went rt-poit had: gone forth that ;all able-bodied LUMBERIN ; 1 ,

Respectfully. expects,ito build at once. men were expected to supply themselves : : ; : \ : NOT ION4. KID LOVES PARASOLS.
down with her.It
seems that a dense.fog with & ...s..rations J. R. n\C. 8ilk'Uinbrelh' awl all kinds
IJW. ',45t trd: l(5TN
W. II. Rivers has a pear tree full at the time prevented time sIps from see and be ready for acUoa. AO head and CREAT I .PLANED ANDQUANTITIESAND 'or.mjcnilft( "11'
Sheriltiibrby each ether. shoulders abov all oilier, with rifle on _
of bloom, and T.V.. Sweat .has an ing
the shoulder rations :it his side energy, Fancy 11rr-h ": .
; announce myself t candidate range; tree i in .full l bloom.. Col.! C. E. Merrill staff correspondent determination and spirit in his move .

1nr.tic.offiCe\ of Sheriff of Bradford county of the Times-Union, arrived in this city ments anti fire in his eye, did ;a gallant T t>PE25| READY FOR Prompt. attention\V,rt P-av tn$onlr r. Cor. fiiir.
solicit the of Orange -trees are v\Uting on a very JACKSONVILLE. '.ut."
!nd respectfully suffrage from Orlando last Sunday morning and yeoman answer to.the imaginary; call. A
citizens at the ensuing election. lamlsome growth. Bradford county is requisition was at .once got up by those --
fl\Y fellow surely the favored orange section. almost the first thing he said was, "I have assembled and forwarded to headquarters SHAPES. use.Brackets:.

-Very Respectfully, been bragging on .Slarkc as the healthiest resulting in the appointment ot" ..1.V.. KESf

ITESUTV.. EpPERsox. The frame of the new saw ,mill js up. place in Florida and that it would be one Sutton as Chief of the quarantine force .

and as soon as the machinery will arrive he I'e. lIe at once took command and in a ,. .
At: the solicitations rf many friends. I town that would not quarantine against Crates -
few oiiys was able to discharge all help :
]thereby announce myself as a candidate and be set up, work will commence. Jacksonville." How sadly do :we disappoint save one assistant. lIe is still on duty

/or the office.of Sheriff of Bradford county There was no services in the Presbyterian the hopes of war best friends. giving the public the benefit of his persistent -

at the coming election, and respectfully but there will watchfulness, showing Jnmself ful- Mouldings Stops Drops Baluster Hand Rail
? church last Sabbath. Mr. C. G. Schwartzkopf has purchased, ly alive to the requirements of the law as I ,
solicit the suffrage of my fellow- he on next Sabbath .at the regular: Jiour. through the agency of Gardiner &; Pace well as to the wishes of the people

,citiZCfl the Klcinschmidt mile west oftown Now, v.-ldle we all feel glad: that so far I
W. W. T IBLIN. On Monday there was no mail in Staike grove one we have escaped the visitation of the Door Posts Newel Pdsts
for $4,000. This is one of the best
.--- all day. By some mismanagement the dread fever we also take courage and express ,

For Tax Collector. malls have been yery irregular; of late. properties around Starke and Mr. S. is to great satisfaction at tlxj: news received COMBINED WITH GREAT .

I hereby announce myself a candidate be congratulated upon securing it. The which tend to show that: everythingto

jfor ,election to the office of Tax Collector $10,000 worth of property has changed first: Mr. Schwartzkopf ever heard: of stamp out the yellow fever in the infected I ALWAYS ON HANI I ) Refracting Power.
hands in and near Staike this week. Pret- (cities is done.As I .
of Bradford county. and respectfully Starke was when n TKLKGKIPH was put I Hampton i* known to be one of thefirst THAN'spAUENT .
for the dull "
solicit the support of my fellow- ty good we claim. sca on. in hi* hands< by an agent of Gardim-r &: places visili-d, by the Jacksonville!

/citizens. All the stores in the city now close: Pace's. lIe became so much interested, refugees. thought Mr.[ Editor, that in or 7nac{(> Lo Ordvr on /3hotw"Tolic.f.. AXRCJI.ORI.KS* AS LIOIITtTSKLKAmi
ollui of the would like for snttness, endurance to the
Respectfluly1. promptly at 7 P. M. By this rub the in the paper that he came to StaiHc, \\hf-u parts : country they I eye
to learn how we are getting along. hence .r.innot he *xfelle. enabling the wearer
:\ M. HALE. clerks have a rest spell of all tile evening.It Mr. Gardiner took a treat deal: of pains WB tike: 1 llii;*. the bi">t means within our I[In rt -\il for hours without fatigue. In

For Tax Assessor.I is hoped that the authorities will not to show him the country until he was so reach to let them hear from! us Prices to suit the pressure of the times. I r.ii-t. they are

much phased that he the above Yours, Perfect Sight ,Preservers.
hereby announce myself as a candidate relax teeir labors of thoroughly cleaning C.

for election to the office af Tax Assessor find disinsccting until the work is finished. named grove. < Testimonials from the leading physlc-lans in lift
------ -- UniteJ States, senators. ''legislator
It is ill weed povenor
that nobody
of Bradford county, at the ensuing List of drawn to Cl'a::: an Ices good. Send Your Orders To otoclcmen.mien o(note in all pmtVtt-ioiia and ikliffertMU
Scuppernong grapes are plentiful in the persons Even the detested cactus that grows so branches of tr.ul>. unbt'rs. mvchauiea
//election. and respectfully: solicit the sup- market this year, but the price has kept Grand and Petit Jurors at Fall aBuiulantly in the great aiid regions of etc..can be Riven who have hail their sight lnrroveil .
port of my fellow-citizens. Term of Circuit A. D. ISSS.GRANt the Southwest, has been found to possess by tlierr use. .
retailed at 10 cents
up welL They have considerable value as stack: food. The All Fitted
) JURORS: Eyes
.. all along. discovery, is said to have \been made ,
by a
J. E. WAINRIGHT. J. M, Murrlu-e, I). J.llardin, J. E. Texas fanner whose supply! of feed was And the Guaranteed by
--------- We have been turning out a fine lot of J. K. Johns E. II. (Hull Jessie ,
I hereby announce myself as a candi: running short. He made an experimentof nlVI nS & JOINER,
work this week. Whsu in need of Reddish \V. 11. fine and
AIII1rCLewis cactus
job cutting : plants: up nux- '
date for the office )( Tax Assessor. Stu'ke Floritl.
any thing in this line, come in and learn. Fiitch, '1'. J. Dekle, A. E. Mont, B. lug them with other food and found that (J. P. YOUN'G Proprietor.
solicit the suffrage of my fellowcitizensM his cattle icli-hcd cactus chop\ and thrived : 'l'leI46: Classes not supptiod top dla.*.

the. next election. our prices._ _ _ II. Alden, J. A. Cason, .J. G. Ritdi, upon) it. California cxptrin1cntel's claim ---- -- =-:- '- - -- --- .\. K. 11"WJS".
Very Respectfully, Work on the Commercial,> progressing W. U. Aldi-rman] : P. H. Harris I IIv. that its foodaliu is t"lIal! to that of .tTLNTAO
FontsY.. W. :Matthews: K. A. j"l" iind 1'irtfule.New :AUsrmN.TEx.
51. II. MARKET. rapidly. When this hotel is completed : /limps-- /* t'Q'UtS: ; WtT2KQVU S --- -- --- -

--- -- t will be the largest house in this part of Clyatt. publican battle: cues: "11 imrrah '
For County Treasurer.I State.C. rirnr JUROKS: for'Harrison and Dear oabr'! "I I tmrrah 'l \\

announce myself as a candidate for the F. II, Douglas, jr.. 1) L. Alvarez, for Mcrton and a !Dollar a Day! "Hurrah \ ",0'1 CTAC fA'"

re- lectlOn to the office of County Trcas- W. Blaukenburg the furniture man, .I.V.. JJlooil.suorth, John K. Williams f.r Chinese- Labor, ['reeVlmiskv: and\ Free E Lt3MOEYEGLASStb

yrer of Bradford County at the ensuing has received a big lot of new goods this V Vtii.rarncs, C. ".( sonic, Oleomarcaiine!:: !" "Down "with the Dairv Palace &
and with the (}!fai Vat! Goods tore:
lection, and earnestly solicit the support week: which be is offering at very reason- Davis Cason, )l. J. Smith, Berry up ------ -- Dry

pf my fellow-citizens.: ; able prices. _ Thomas, Ehsha: Kit., T. V Anderson The new itol I thai movement j'let! slatted -

J. W. KELLCM. Mr. Hopkins of Crosby Lake was in the J. W. Andrews) Thos. Fielder, by the Central Labor Union does not I III.

J. B. CASON is hereby announced a c.njlldate city Tuesda)". We arc glad to see Mr. P. A. Crosby, Henry Hoel.le, \V. O. aim at the foiiiiiitiou ol a tlcpolilical f If

for the office ot County Treasurer, Hopkins able to be about again after his Clyatt, .T. II. Ultcll, .Tohn 1>yall. party. Its olijut i is to I tiling about an S'TARIiE.2ncsti :: -- 1.-L: t. .

jim! she careful l consideration and suffrage long illness. Hampton, Fla., Aug.; 20. 1888. tgrccment upon! certain demands: to be I

pf his friends Is earnestly solicited. }:kl. TEI.KUKAPJI-The time is at hand madeiu the name of labor, with the viewto
:No railroad ticket wjll be! sold to any
when the citizens of Bradford must select tin- Vottof solidly -
His FRIENDS. throwing
woikingmen -
person not holding u health certificate, in mind those who are to seive them for
-- if i-os-ili'p. against randiditcd for ) : U1xt1 Jkios! .
For Superintendent of Public and it is impossible to leave the State uurihvP teim iu the various county offices. : n'l1 *11 ,
Senate Assembly who refuse to pledge Mr. H.
Instruction. without one. Among thl' -c none are ot more importance Hirschberg
thnu that of Superintendent of Public themselves to vote for the specific measures .
.. ..I aunouna: myself as a candidate for : i The well-known Optician of 107 N.
.. Mr. J. G- Alvarez made n flying trip to Instruction. The many friends of .
of Public instruction approved by time ('onvemution.Ve White tdat Laces Fourth sir.: (under Planter House) St.
*|he office of Superintendent Prof. G. P in this would t1J1ieiy
Young vicinity ,
Savannah last; week. He reports the fever : nnderbtiMid that the movement has: nothing Louis, has appointed J. L. Gasklns ofSiarke.
for tile county pf Bradford at he pleased to have the opportunity to do with the presidential contest or as Agent for his celebrated Diamond
bad and great
scare as very causing ; trouble -
the ensuing election, and solicit the sup- clstjn.their votes for him tor this responsible : the tariff question.-N. Y. Slar GENT'S AND BOYS' HATS BOOTS Spectacle and Eyeglass, and
to travelers.. ,, position. His experience as: a i AtfD SHOES AND :ilo for his Diamond N.'nebangebleSpe'taeleM '
port of my fellow-citizens. k-acher his zeal in behalf of education. .
: and Eye la>wet. These Olasn-
T. S. ANPERSON: Our real} estate men report a good prospect FINE CLOTHING.GARDINER
aqd his indefatigable industry all point ORANGE COLLEGE PM mire the KretUwit invpntion ever madein
for a. big boom this winter. They him out for the trust Srwvtacles. fly H construction
as highly qualified proper .
I hereby announce myself a candidate ; I ----- -----. -...: :' -::- _. __. ____ .
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claim that tins yellow fever scare will It is hoped therefore that he will at once J.92qRK'L.A... u .ens person purcb aing a
for the office of Superintendent of Public II' announce himself as a camidulate.3IANY pair of these NonchanxeHhle Glaaacrnever
no 1 lessen Florida travel. PACE hams to change theMe UUwea fromtIieye.and
Instruction for Bradford County, and VOTERS. :I: AND
every pair purchased are
lolicit the support of my fellow-citizens at The quarantine aganst Jacksonville lonia Scraps SESSION OF 18889.Fall guaranteed J,80 that it they.ever leave the-

site coming d ction. freight and express has been taised. The Lots of rain now and c1"Ops'nrc looking eyes (no malter how rusted or scratched .
has been diawback to well the Term Opens Monday Sept. STAriKE Bradford tfid Lmses are) they will furnish.the
JOSEPH IA: HILL. quarantine n great very considering long dry summer :3rd, 1888. I County, Florida, arty with new pair of Olasson tree.ofcharge.
I the business of the county. J. I'. Uasklng! him a full asoort
For Member of $School Jajrd, Ionia has now fivo new houses rapidly I inent and invites all who wish to satisfy'
1 hereby announce myself a candidatefor I Do not Jil to attend the free lecture at approaching completion, and a school Bates per Month: 1. O,2, 3, aud iboiuiM'lve of the great superiority or

a Member of School Board of Bradford : the Institute to-night by Dr. F. Wespy, house i is to ho pItt up soon. 3.l>O Dollars. REAL ESTATE AGENTS. thene maMIWA over any and all other now

solicit the Principal of the Starke Institute. Subject, Shot guns arc genirg flush now since in uie.' to call and ,examine the Mime at
County, and U'spcctfully
the yellow fever scare. .1 L. G ASK INS.DniffKfot .
Tuition due
All at
aufTntgQ of my fdl A'-cilizcus at the ensuing The Theory of Education. A. M. Blanchard and wife and daughter mid Optician.
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election.. Wednesday! from St. Augustine C113IOXTI1, and Patrons Only Anent! fnrMtark'e.REAL '.
: Very Respectfully,
non :V.P. Fleming, candidate for ,
and have been quarantined for 13; will be expected to settle Promptly. j .

.. __. J. C. BYHD. Governor, has been among those whoweI.e lays.. He came through Gainesville and Free Term will begin the First ORANGE GROVES.. ESTATE. ,.

.n quarantined at Monticello since the other places to !tarke.:: I \
will be
in October md
Monday .J.Jo:. I..\v. j.p.Pun:C.EL
fever broke out in Jacksonville. Mr.:Juice Silcox will be ready to move .
CITY NEWS. -- absolutely FREE to County Pupils.Every IMPROVED FARMS XOTABT PCBUC.LOW

Nearly all the quarantine officers and ebon.Mr.. John Hicklu ban been mid up. with Advantage is offered to and PRATT.Orcuifjc.

off Yet the soic for the lastcek.. those desiring a good BUSINESSEITJ'A'I'liN .
guards am taken this week. with eyes
For the campaign, take the| TEI.JJ School has iI the
at unl
stopped present Nominal Cost.
at a
what few are 1'tft: u strict quarantine is WILD LANDS." r Grovcx
months for
GRiUMi. Three 25 cents yellow fever scare is over. ,
-- --- kept qp-against Jacksonville and Tamp: 2..:;.-')0. For Full Particulars! apply to .
---- Cif.iproperty
A fine linp of fertilizer ( tnstalItypit --- I C. J. DENTOX A. 15., ,
Registration officer K. L Odom is at the ;
hand} & Co A Hector of Grace Church. PRINCIPAL. "' ,000,000'CI''S of land belonging to the FLORIDA
hy TruLy, Sternburg TIMBER LANDS'in
Court House every Monday, Tuesday and any partOP
Dear Sii-Iu 18G1 I broke out with an !
SOUTH(} KRN RAILWAY Wednesday for the of registering FLOIMDV.LOANS .
tfew sewing machines will be purpose attack of Poison Oak.Vhether or not it STARKE INSTITUTE.SESSION
all in the who are not registered.A fimn south boundary of (Itorcria. to Fort I larra'!lI!, '
oM cheap by Trnby, Sternburjr county came b-ick on me during tho next tin're or J (.'Mendingimthwaid t : fi cED) ox IMPROVED.
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Co. car load of household goods for Mr. four years I dt) not lemember, but from i i Term begins Monday, September3rd. in Monroe l ('OmIfltV. crr\- PROPERTY.

Sch wart zkopf uaiivcd in the city Wednesday about IfG-l to 1885::; I suffeied most severely j I 18S8.FACULTY. Civil Eiigineerin
:- hay hy the car load 1.15 per and were immediately transferred to I from icpcated l attacks of t this eruption.Tho -- (---. Liberal Terms and Special Inducements are offered. to and Conveyancing

}hundred. -at Trnby, fetcrnlmg & that gentleman's purchase west of town. use of some external remedies gave \\"ISPY Pit 1 DM. I D.. (Univcrsi
;* -- relief-it was only temporary-till in IbT'J\.II ami Slra... ,
tu-M of Li-ip-ic burg.) I'lincijml! ;
___ n_.__ Mr. Colvin, th. station agent. posts a .
I found that Iodide of Potassium! and! :ami I'rofc-'M.r Ancient t :rnl I )Model -- <*---- No. 4 CROCKER BLOCK.PQTT .
Hats! Hats!! IlatsSee!!! bullcliu at the station day givingthe ,
TiUly, every
LIIIIII ';. land and lands otSaiu'l
l'' Williams and Swann'ji
S Syrup of Sarsaparilla\ benetitted me not a I 30,0; Steniburtj & Co.'s mammoth dis- number of new cases of fever and the 1JKXJ.: :S. SIMMOXHS.I JIL (1)i I t mouthCoIlee ,

play. %E deaths, for which he has tile thanks of the little. However even then I was not : ,) Frofc.-sor of .Miithematu-s[ andei'I.Ct'S. : A. WIII11, >ituate t on botn l >idt-.s of- the Fluritta''laiI way and Naviga- Green CovaHprin and Lithograhic will lie sent Views of. "
cured, for from 1882; to 1885: the attacks I ou ap.pli'aIidII )
Five pounds of good Rio coffee community. were more severe, prolonged and frequent' M11S.( X. .\. WLSPY. Principal; ofPiinnry ( i's line' of R.iilroad: bet\v4'I Fernandina. : on the Atlantic coast; and. ). ('nrrAoipoulence. | .Solicited.FOlfSALE. .
for one dollar, at TruLy, Sternbnrg Mnxy Peek has the best lice crop in than: ever coming upon me as many: as i .MISS: MAY DfpurtinenL: D.\\\SOX.: II1 triictress i ) Cedar\; Kevs. :, on the ( '''ilt'of A"(.\ii->. 1 .. ., : .

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Lake. lie sais that be will challenge the In the spring 1885;: 1 took a couisc .

Trnby, Sternburg & Co. arc offer- State. It is now as high as a tall man and P. P., and from that time to the present 1st.-PRIMARY I DKr.MlTMEXTK DEPT' : Throu1.Third : ORANGE GROVES. and IMPROVED* FARMS .At.. -IONIA on Kin stcy Lake, oiil>

Ing genuine bargains i in every de-- heading nicely.Col. (June 25: IHS) I have beea five from emup- lifiidcr Aritbmulie thr3iiili:: ; a few minutes walk to Ionia P.O.%
_A_.____. '" I A SPECIALTY i iI
JLLLl1lCliL. I Merrill, stall correspondent of the Lions of this poison. Only once, eaily ill i: Fraction 2rd-lN rKMJ-iIATn Fust!: Logins in Gwmnipby.DEP'T! Arith. I J 1 1I t Stores School anti Church. 'I'hese

Another large[ invoice of drygoods 1i11l( -Union, has purchased 10 acres of this mouth, a few humps appeared on my ''I to Analysis U. S. History: Grammar.Composition. I Send for discriptive pamphlet, maps etc. When mamny ap Lots an 150 feet front and 300 feet

received this week at Truby Stern- tne drained land of C. L. Peck. Price. wrists, but dried up in a day or two, being : I Advanced I \ Geography.3nlSUBCOLiiGIATE I the air PLEAS
l lands whether to principal agents
burg & Co.'s. $1,000. The Colonel expects building a the dying throes as it were, of this I I : : DEPT; I vlication for deep and all cleared} and set to fruit

-- house! ( it at horrid and loathsomi: dlcae.: After being i II Tliroxmh ..Al1vaI1'l'drilhmctic, Algebra, REFER TO THIS ADVERTISEMENT. Tiii in l
------ 'U once. WordJAualy-is, PhyMcs Physiology. Latin trees. a har ain and will
30 City Lots for sale Cheap plagued for about twenty-five years orUeiman: Eng! Li tenttui re. Grammar, H U-L-ll 'J ISS-J IfWia
Col. McDannt'l. State Solicitor, has with Poison Oak I consider cured I only I,e hJ' '1I for a few weeks.There .
Centrally locSited. Apply to X. J. 1 myself I CI'mpo[ tsi;li'II. _. -== I -
Jone, Starke, Fla. : been sojourning for a couple of weeks on ami by the use of about one bottle of I 4lh-CLLEGIATEPEPT!: : Pnb-dis-id I -- L:* _M) Juunbii: about this!

K'.ngsleys Lake. The- Colonel was much j P. P. P. I '.Il into two courses" either of \\hioli may !
I l"o pnisucd at option of student! I; EDWARDS & SONILAKE |)ropui,.itiJn. I IlIIt a clear case of
Another car of Ideal and pres-I pleased with that section and talks of j D. \\ ..VTSOXVIXN.: I CLASSICAL: COURSE; : Latin, Greek, '

ident flour received} by Trilby, I making a puichase'. there. I Hector Grace ChurchVuycri._ )s. Ga. I Algebra, Rhetoric. Elocution, Composition fles-ePity. Price only> %150 per lot
burg & --- --- -
Co. this week. I It t \Ir. F. J. Fields is putting a coat of Kant India Corn Paint I b. BUSINESS: COURSE: Advanced Al-1gehra. BUTLER, Bradford Co. Florida. if taken; at once. Adtire ) care of
The first solid carload of nails plaster on the bank building. and L. C. ItemovtfS all Corns. Wart and Uunious. Geometry. Logarithms and Trigonometry ; thi-t Office for fiirthttr information.
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that Hull is finishing up the wood work. By For Biliousness take Calculus, Geiman. French, Hook AGENTS FOK TUB
< ever amo to this was
Rhetoric. Elocution Composition. -
*received by Trnby, Sternbnrg & Co. the first September Starke will have a Perrj's""" Liver- --Pill*. keeping. FLORIDA SOUTHERN Rail, Way Co. U. D. MINERWATCHMAKER

a few days I bank complete, and we suppose a vault t TEKMS pen MONTH: : I ...... ....... .
ago. New Orleans was in great luck the Lands S. A. Swann Trustee.William's _--_ -, r; ,.- ...
I full i.f money other d;.ij. A convention of settlers from I Primary Department. *2.00. Intermediate Trust. .., ;. :i : .

Subsciibns: Are warned look out for 1 the Northern States had been called to Department, $2.50. Sul-CollfgHte; Swann's Lands R. lands. <-='"' iP .;;- ..,;.
the X mnrK on the margin or of j Mr II. T. Coivin has sold his beautiful discuss the question of Southern immigration Dcpaitment.t |3. 50.( (;ol1.g ate Depart- and formerly -=-+-#-.;... -'
wrapper :i
their pllp<>rs. It means tha; your subscription orange rove east of town to Mr. W. 31.DeHart Northern, and associations had invited interested representativesof ; in the iiicnl.$3.50.) :S..Ll'lIu"ic, 10) lessons per nioulli, Florida Land Improvement Company of New Jersey. -...j'I

has X-pired anda'! ,remittance is X- a dentist from Lafayette, Ind. matter to i be present. The day was a During the period the school receives a Florida Land and Mortgage Company Limited.
ecttd. Consideration 4000. Mr. DeHart will
beautiful one-the most perfectly typical subsidy from the county $1 per I
i move here this winter with, his family and I summer day which had been experiencedfor mouth will! be: deducted from the ruU ---()- .'

One dollarvill buy a iiOO-lb. back i make Starke his home. I years. Had i it rained or been insufferably of each depaitmeut. Other reductions are t Th"ftl.ind" are liH-a.e.l 1.1: l"fllllmiriaker, Brad Ion". AfcicFmtk n.iy and Pntnatu .':... >
vf) Javcrttool salt at Trubv. Stern- hot the Northerners might have had not made :jt discount granted, except in amid! twr) ('''"Illie*, dtre( ll.- in a !line of the new Georgij: Sitntlirrii and Florid*
bnrir & ( o.s.' II There are fewer of our citizens absent their ardor cooled. The weather bureauis the case of a patron sending as many us Itn'ilnwid. nwl can Iw U! 1 'lw.-ip) in lot! tc suit purcla:)&- *. _
children. :Bills will be
surely smiling on Southern immigra four of his nun .
this than before in -1)- -AID-
I summer ever the sum tion. sent at end of each month, and ar> expected
The Bltrtowcorncention, owing- to the I mer. This plainly shows that Florida to be settled promptly. Pupils entering Th 'hands are nil\ wul i5mb,-n-d. includin"} Yellow Pine. \Vhile Oak. U di.It'Y, 4JyYELLR: :
prevalence I
lIt has been of )'e1l0feve": in South Flor- people are realizing that it is more pleasant The first tobacco grown by white people school after the school month has comi Cyprf'I! ere.. Tn 1 buyers \\ill make special bargaius.: STARKE YLA.r .
here postponed until the 29th. at home than at Northern in Noith Arcfrica was raised in Flor-i I menced, or leaving it before the mouth is -0- .j r x'attention Ki.*n to ...palriDe' w......
13 also some tall: of changing the I any place.It ida by the Spaniaids! more than three ended, will be charged in full fut thatmonth OlloeksdndJvwelrr.Ac..dr.Ul. wert des.
>'ace of meeting fiom.; Barlow to will be but a short Uoue until people hundred 'l'hzenceits.s brought Di. F. WESPY.Principal.. I W. tttC l1s'. -m-i-d .\mrvimts for the FLORIDA SOUTHERN R.ILtO.\R IMK! at rras->nxMe pr'c r for cash ditiuint ot ..b'ar.i&
( TlJln-1 years ago. I -
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