Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
September 21, 1888
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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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\, ,. ft She was a winsome maid I wooed, An 'The Car and Attention Given to TOt
'. ;flll. JjfMESL C1IACE front Explanation of ItA Numerous Admi
3fUa: Long years ago. but Fate tabooed parlor. rable Qualities The Social Custom+ of a Very Hospitable. I' Education by Hia Parents.
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<:,/. ( My frequent calling; full flush of fair Sir John Thurston i I and Good->'at nred People. William H. is in his thirtieth year.
11q..re4 II. For when I fain would talk of stated that the I
ISClI1. RGEON DENTIglIi \ the fauteuil and fresh kola-nut had. I The most notable characteristics of been born 27. 1859. la
.. Her infant sister from above the singular prop- having January
.IJqu l. ,!Ii perplexed, the 'Honduranians is unfailing good
''' JIQU. : Began a bawling. w j erty of clarifying beerind, spirits, and reply to a message of congratulation ..
.;.- .. LATE OF CEDAR KEYS. : tage-of-me I nature particularly as displayed to-
11 : 'soo 8" I viewed the child withmor than haU, of renderIng drinkable -the foulest from the Landtag his father. the Emperor *
iJ eeap aU r-'t '"OOcc As with each broken tete-a'tete ; features. waters ward foreigner: The strangers who. Frederick dead wrote:
A* at residence east of Kentucky floeaer evidently owing to the mucilage :i newly
. #,....IU. l"j:' : ;; Love seemed to falter;" j "Agathe, can : flock hither in ttiniug. or agrkultural, "If it
i fr V -- contained! in the nut and that at i God preserves the life of my son
; t
j<< e rUlneitS'in And though as time wipged on WQ strayed know ?" he tor stock-growind interests are always '
: tf me the Linean will be dearest task to educate him
.( u In friendship's paths not one conveyed Society one of the members my
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ytota '<. : ': ''' '\;. J.O.JIAYNES "- "Mr. 'I well received. fho natives seem torecognize
: Unto
' ; the altar. I -a planter from Jamaica- it in the feelings and principles which
, "" ...' ''.'VB... ,., rfl; .: jgygt.. : ;#.--.;.,. ,. A'$ .. -I But now will be a wedding there: askance. as his experience that he had seen his I I the necessity of North bind me to the fatherland. This undertaking -

,.....;.iri'l.::-"" MIT" *> Jl :b :tr The happy groom falls to my share. Bertrand steps foreman cured of drunkenness by being I i American push and enterprise being was faithfully adhered to by

-' .. :* :':.*_.....i"-'l; WV .-,,. You wonder. mar be, t : stride and made to swallow : infused into the country's affairs if the the late Emperor and by the Empress.
u. ... .. a paste consisting of
Mtus /..... .. .''''' i Why Hymen all these did bide
...... ... ...... .f'kn. years ; jeweled hand country would advance. Without
,r'f E tlo .at.t.W.'t uatariabllsa"" : ;.. Office oTcr" Jonetf'Brick Block. h''tis not ifo will be the brideIt I I kola. and cream. An'*explanation of Both his father and mother devoted _

Fe', ;,.pD. ,,)f 1"'nattJ .- __-..".. i* that baby! him. "Why I I this property of the kola-nut may be these it would certainly remain whatit much of their tftne to tho education of
, .... .. Agathe has been for centuries a land of
-Lift.AGATHE'S ,
: my ; looked for in the fact that it contains Prince William. ''The Empress Victoria -

f :. ; b f local GEO. LAISDEN, ; forgotten our"Forgotten more than two per cent. of caffeine the pleasant dreamy of sweet, quaint in the N aery"became?*favorite

tottclted frpm alffrgBbJ.the, counl,. ,PERFIDY. I active ingredient of the coffee-bean, guitar-thrumming of dancers moving subject for qictorial art anfl many

., t1tT Painter and Paper Hanger replies Agathe. for it is a well-acknowledged fact that all night long in the gay danza or anecdotes relating to the period ctf his
t. 'l' ES. .
of afternoon
proudly erect; more lively polka reveries From 1&66
strong black coffee has a decided effectin childhood are preserved.

.. 4i..J Lod: :, \:.: :\.JI. and A.-TO.Saturday ;' STARKE FLA. & Fickle Woman's Well-Merited changed since righting those who are under the influence and daybreak serenades. the instruction of the young Prince was
.. Punishment. the deed I In Honduras every lady has her own
e jI.r i.r"e OIfl1UflCatOMjr4! In you of drink. intrusted to Dr. Hinzpeter who was

' Iit/t I.. !\ LlTEtt, W. M. ALL WORK CHAUANTKED. land?" Sir John then informed his hearersof saddle mule. She rides with grace and chosen for this important task on ac-

i fWA1 luour.;- ; "I do, Miss ease acquired by constant practice and tact
"Are the discovery that the kola nuts had count of his great knowledge
that will '
';.f Miiy.JcIe y :10, li i o. 0.,1'. .- BUGG.. & WILLS, love me you, Agathe sure?" you always trand, who is been prepared by a special process intoa right from early side childhood.of the mule-the She sits Central on the and at the same time as being a man

p.l'ff; .. "- -Bertrm ct."*. thing gigantic paste that can not be distinguishedfrom of high personal character and princi-
it I FrMajr,uffftit att54J Fellows American side-saddle constructedthe
Tfry Well, Mr. being
'\L6: 1 TraMcnt brothoia cord'atly' invited'V o -Attorneys at Law "You will never regret your choice that section of cocoa paste. Experiments go to opposite of those used in the United ples. Dr. Hlnzpeter took care not to
LC.JULLNobeGrand.] prove that if kola paste be mixed with neglect the development of his charge'sbodily
:\"i' darling Not if
it my even some man
States. The
foot is in
...;t .- s : tor:... T'c.V n.i.&. Vice flLDd i endowed with ago and I cocoa it gives chocolate of a quality right placed as well as mental powers. and
Ee cvetary.' ls >>- 41., '.1' STARKE, FLA. richly wordly goods quarter of a the stirrup and a tiny but effective silver -
.j' It. : comes to sock favor superior to Caraccas, and that, if mixed gave a prominent place to gymnastic
." your ; are you quite is the heel. The
'" : : ''f'+;f 1 Will prnotioo 10'a'i the Courts 1n the Fourth certain?" : not expect that with three parts of a low-class cocoa t spur worn on exercises in the daily arrangements.

01... .:.iIdjeajdeIiOrdcr; oCJKed Ultn.r. :n4. }Fafth 1"-. Judicial uircuiti with a man it improves the latter both in strengthand right hand holds the bridle and the He also with the cordial ?approval of

*" +" Okr& TAnnrko. I. FU>BIDA'-Councl* I -. "Listen, Bertrand; such a love as of wishing to flavor to an astonishing degree. left usually carries a sun umbrella. A the late Emperor and of the Empress
:: Ii1skITdIed ach Wednesday's Sleep at thou mine is born not to live but for is seldom
a! day :I: whip needed with the spur the
ROBERT KEITH money possess. Chocolate made with the kola b ten Victoria selected companions
i' Wwmt-Iarko.fla.! like a gaudy butterfly that gladdens the Bertrand although a few ladies who have been did not
ransient; brother cordially nrlto4 to at times more nutritious and sustainingthan childhood of the Prince who
eye from sun to suji and is in New York the :!. the
, never seen hqve adopted whip
fan MUJT.OS, Cfiter of ieoord: .'. again; nay, it enduring: as yonder faction. and discarded the umbrella. A wide- Dg'Court
Attorney at Law and the aristocrat-
been in
bear use for the last three or _
rock, pure$ the blue ether above; this?" he asks. brimmed hat is indispensable, and the of
four in of 'the London hos- these were the :family rt.
% years some Pots-
Sons of
Temperance. a lovo thatiwiUonly end with death habit is linen
ing tell me this riding of gray or some '
' .. )Seet!eyes- Monday nlfbt In Temporance STARKE, FLA. and percl ince.not then. I know that joke.; pitals as a sustaining and small-check fancy in cotton. Scotch Presbyterian uiI' yle. one of
JaIL WM. ilEACHAM, W. p. stimulating adjunct in exhaust dam the Rev. Mr.
are A0V'but what Is that to ? I The who have walk. carlyle a
you me mules
I .JAB. MILLO (. Scribe. "I never joke lye and wasting diseases, alsc poor no whose sons, Mr. A. J. ..;;..
-L.- .B. RHODES The unite 'oyoftwo beings who are you a falsehood where it is to resortto A day's journey on foot of twenty panion of the ti"o! Em-
t Uospel Temperance MeetlD ivF& all in all*., .tO each other is wealth "Then necessary miles is not thorght remarkable.Clad .
' you a depressing treatment. We find peror, was president of the Oxford
- -Every EunJay at 2 p.EL, at Temperance < enough. twjll be true to you thoughall hereafter coolly in a clean camisa with
as also the testimony of the sustaining Union last Lent term. From 1874 to
. Halt the world prove false!" modestly low neck and short sleeves .
Attorney at LawLAKE "That is ; power of the kola-nut in a report from 1877 the young Prince Wa! .sent to the
"And I to I it and a skirt of bright-colored calico,
you, swear solemnly I would
' gladly homelier
; the director of the government telegraphs gymnasium of Cassel a muh
CHUUCII DIKKCTOttY. responded Bertrand Argyle as he raised I fear with a light cashmere or faded silk !
you in Egypt who, during one ol if not less admirable eductJonal
f:''1! _
his forced excursions into the interior, institution than those of Berlin or
pluck one of the gleaming points of to borrow head and should'are. the women make
ItaptUt cburrli.: tempt subsisted solely upon kola chocolateand : dam. Here he submitted to the ordinary

Services at 10.TO:) a 19. and at 7 p.m. A. L. SCOTT M.D. light that flashed from the blue ether of it. a few biscuita, without any ill effects their way up and down the steep and discipline of German school life and
above alluded Reille. winding mountain road at an incredi-
by Agathe de should
Prayer we school
. mccuu"el'l WeJnc-sdny at p.m. go i met with a different class of
it. V A PATTERSON, Pastor. LAm FROM )!ICUIQAN.n Off to the west, where the sun but "this It would indeed be at once interest ble speed. If, as id: often the case I companions from those whom he would
Sunday Fchool }nt! t8 every Sunday morn they a burden, the shawl is let
just now was but is no mofeat3 after- Quito so, have found at the exclusive and
tan cl 10r.O.:: H. N. ing and amusing to see our chemists more
F.: K. } .-. ecretary.AMEKICK Sui-t. n iQln Aym&:! i nQ glow ButTes tho cloud aihs with "Then listen, put on the apron and white cap and down, a cloth doubled( and placed upon aristocratic schools of the metropolisand
urgeOD varied tints of purple ancf"gold and claims the head in a peculiar way forming
I --- serve up a complete artificial dinner the royal residence town.
l'rcslrtcrau Church ruby red that reflected the to a sort of nest in which is set tho
TERMS REASONABLE. are upon suddenly from their laboratories so that the In October 1877 'Princo William
!ervicceevety Euntlny at 10:30() a.m. rippling waters of the lake below in while a bottom of the basket or tho "olla,
bread and Vegetables should come before entered the University of Bonn and
K. U. MATTICE. J'.utor. Office at Gaskitis' l-ruy Hore. whichever it may: be. The "olla"is
radiance. This
sheeny not intendedas and his
( eyes in the of the writer then student. at
f undajr School Sunday at 10 us shape crayfish soup, present a
every a in; the earthen water jar. It
L. C. HULL, Supt. a reflection on the Jews, only on the sharp, like Well-fried herring or'carelully.boilcdcod the university well remembers the ar-

TATE POWELL I.D. lake). A little to the south of West cheese box. oyster pates, fish sauces; to bo weighs three or four pounds empty rival of the Crown Princess\ and her
and probably holds eight or ten quarts.It .
the gibbous moon is humping itself. bulge ou me,
followed by steak pies and There All
Methodist CliurrK savory son. was no ceremony.
After an experience of twenty years In the Gibbous is a good word to use, as few I gavo you that ragouts. We know that they could is:: never carried otherwise than on felt the intention was that the Prince
Bcrvlcea abbnth
orerr at ]0:30: :a ID. and
the head. The raising and poising of
7:30: Funday School every Sunday: at practice In of his pr it-s-lon. has no hesiianry people know what it means. Yonder, that I retained with ease and indeed, daily do serve himself should feel that he entered the
promising the latest nn.l full "olla" is
moH scientific the accomplished slowly:
9 a In. J. ( lia I'R UHlI'r.1.) fUI| erncotl'l1t.; treatment to tho-o os' lUg his:e\"Jcea. wearily wending his homeward wend the amount of us with an artificial cheese or paste of university as an ordinary student and \
and with obvious should
Prayer mcctii g every TueJar Mid Tlmr."ltty along the dusty way is a gibbous man. The same boom carefully pride
Calls 10 tbe o-uctry proI1Jltly attended jargonelle pears and artificial apple was expected to conform to its regulations
.e I. DAHLEY.. Panor.ChrbUfaii ,Diseases: of.females uud children a specialty. He, too, is half full. Softly the zephyl'ssigh session swept candy. Such things have been done, any stranger stand looking on. But like the rest. While in Bonn he
Office'nt City DrU,{ Store, or at his reside through the tree tops and the I out, I am once it is rightly set, the woman bearing
\r and be lived in modest in tho'
can repeated. vegetable a dwelling
Chur..b.Al'tI'1Jt aoo, East Stark bows nod drowsily to one another, and of a cool million it walks jiway as lightly, easily .
; juices, long locked up in our coal-beds, New York Coblenzer straase and used to be seen .
r:8':1 ret t'4l;8. and unconcernedly as lady
? from afar comes the homeyhand'dvoice punished for !
are now set free from the odorous tar i going to and from lectures wearing the.
eriiceaeaeTi Lord's day. at 1\ :3J ana : trips down Broadway in pleasant
F. J. FIELD of the honest as he jaws Miss De Reille "
f Lords day at OJO; p.m. granger ; to assume considerable commercial weather. white cap of the Corps "Boruaeia, the "

Prayer uieetlaj; each! Wednesday at 6:80 p.m his hired ;yeoman. From a neighbor- : strangers. I importance as Savoring essences. Tho Honduranian wedding Is ant corps which corresponds to the Oxford

(L }'. VOD.SG Paslor. i k M'1 D'1 ''M d Plata Ing swamp arises a faint, misty, vaporous love though it What, however really arrests our attention I avent of much ceremony, especially Bullingdon Club! :It is said
Sunday School. each Lord'I'dl\lat Ih'su;: a.nuW.'lJ. { : { : fog, thickly studded with the ran- golden tray. and calls for our wonder with among the richer people. It begins at that at Bonn Prince William first formedthe .

TA YLOIL.;Superintendent. dom remarks of a male cow-frog, delivered der foot the our present Chemical knowledge is eight In the evening at the bride's predilections for the life of the

STARKE FLA. in a low thrilling reverberating ion dollars of that the old-world cooks which have since marked
f OFFKHXfPIKEOTORY.( so long ago h9me. All the relatives and friends of : army .ha"
t voice. done all to ; should not have discovered but He much in the .
only was
ALL WORK GV\RAl\TEED. Box4L I :bpth families ure present. The patio, career. companyof
"I could stand here forever listening he laughs best ; : made practical use of, the mysterious with Japanese lanterns:: hung here and' the 9umerous officers of the crack j

Lily Officer .' to the sounds of m nature with you at : ha ha-ha-ha-ha! chemical virtues of these paradoxical ., tHere'- among the orange and pomegranate regiments then quartered in the jsaj-,

I Vayot-L.Wltkorskl.AldernjenJ.. !. -' ) PE Kr& FRAZEE, my side," remarks Bertrand at the "Stay, ft'I; ; vegetables.Chambers' Journal. trees-and the moon sheddingher versity town, and on high authorlttit j

;. Powell 0. P. Young c. chnrd., 6. F. Gardiner.J. M.: Truby. Tate conclusion of the pause above referredto. _turn It ; I did not ; I .p soft light over all-is thronged as is said that he was there taught ,

: deik-L U. Webb. Attorneys! at Law and Notaries THINK OF OTHERS. well ,as the ouse. The gay music gard his grandfather and Moltke' th.' f

Treasurer-F. R. Mor/an. > "Would you not fear catching coldif But Learn to Prefer Others- to Yourself in the which has bten performed by the heroes whom it ought to be his first f' /

Assessor Wsrthal-E.-T.D.W.WaIL 8we.t. ST1ULE, BRADFORD CO., FLA. I you stood here forever?" she asks strident laugh Little Things of Life. i musicians fort-t perhaps an hour now aim to emulate. f f

: at length, shyly, as though fearful that Telegraph. Many good people who inveigh f. ceases, or else; the band go into the In 1880 his marriage with the Princess ( '

. iouuly OBlcnrm.Couatj specialty.Abseract of Title and Real Estate Law a I her words may give offense. TOLD against tho world are, in an uncon- patio and play very softly. Tho bridal : Augusta Victoria of Schleswlg- JJ

C RlnbtlC \'. Abstracts furnished showing every Deed, "True my love. I had not thought scious way, quite as culpable as their party emerge from ,private rooms. i. Holstein-Augustenberg led to the l1rsl1 /

eric of Clw-ult Court-H. F. "orL Mortgage,'"Lien, Tax Bale: Judgment At : of that" Early Specimens neighbors. The truth is that peoplein The mayor appears. The civil opportunity he had of declaring hI/

&:erilf-U. \\'. Ep;>crsou. taoh.meatand all matters of public record Bertrand Inserts A. I and mind with to affairs. In
. Tax JU.Or-N. and file affecting Titles of Real Estate in i abstractedly one The first general are so wraped up in them- ceremony is begun carefully regard public

: """"'-M..c.M.Wanrli'bt.u IIae.I !: Bradford. county, Florida, up to date of hand in one of his trousers pockets along a selves that they do not even think of gone through with. This done the course of his reply to an address

) 5uotIM'ntt'nt"ui; of Bchcols-IL T. Dowllny. abstract I and encounters a dime. It brings his "summer the inconvenience or annoyance they :; the cure takes his place and performs from the towns of Prussia ho said that

, Coycty Suri-eyor-Jobn P. l>rlltt. C.:K thoughts to a practical turn. He by the Erie may be causing to others by their [ a small part of the religious service.' the example of his beloved grandparents -

Ip County CrmmiBslonera-L.. WU.ovakl, O W. nCADQCABTERS: FOR sighs, like a man who has been hold- thougthless rudeness. The true gen- ; After this the cure goes away. Sup- I and parents would be the

.. .)1.ay V.Smut.*tT/. 11. H.. LeallO ey. Jokn s. Andrews and ing his breath while three men are on ger William R. tlemen and ladies are those who have I per is partaken and tho ball begins.All guiding star" of the lives of himself

PXRE xit.aiu, bases, two out, and the striker has two 1867, and was acquired the unconscious habit of preferring night long he music. the feasting, and his bride and he concluded by

State Offletr....,,*" t\ Representing and the Globe Liverpool and London strikes called on him. Catlin, then in the thousand little things the champagne and the dancing con- asking the deputation to, assure the
Covemor-E. A. Perry Pewao Company. others tinue. At four in the morning the whole fatherland "that our whole life
- ,Jent.-oreroor-M. c" .- .. "Agathe, he begins, in the low determined road, and now that make up social life to
.t. of ftate. H.J, :LeN.oretlh7 ; :-. :. voice of one who feels his States at themselves. Let this principle be applied -' cathedral bell is heard. Instantly the shall be devoted to the fulfillment of
. : iCta1or&cVdiriUe. L. C. HULL merriment $. The bride and our duties."-Pall Mall Gazette.
.. ,s :'i X suspenders giving way and endeavorsto was entitled to a few very common offenses ceae

- '. Airornty-Geaeral-ajp. Cooper. 8t3J4mup,; :. hold on to his pantaloons by sheer Since then the against good manners. !' groom set out, heading a considerable 4SP

0 tine.Trewurer-E. -- :Contractor and Builder force of will, "to-morrow I go forth to that line has :! Some people habitually go to church procession of friends and relatives. America Far Ahead of Paris.
P. Crfll. Palatial ;I
; neets them at the main --
ii. Cwpobt' I carve out a fortune for myself and for late, or leave a concert-room before The priest
onerof Landa-C-L. MJtohelii }1: Each day that I live here..qertan
- .1 **".. .d. STARK:::, FLA. you. You will wait for me until I return dollars being the programmo is completed and entrance of tho cathedral. There is a things strike me more forcibly in thIs

: CmBtrolierGeneral-WD. Burnes with it, will you not, dear?" companies in while some one is actually playing or I brief pause. The bride extends her
- S ,A ,'iu'll.t c.: '1-'al-David Long,CearIc.y ';Plans and speclflc.Uiom furnished on short "Forever; but do you think it will ing of their singing. They discompose only the hand and the groom places in it thirteen great city and just now I am trying to
BuperintenrtHat of Public 1AatruC notice. Carpenter work solicited and solve the problem of why the French
441-. coins, repeating the customary
minister the artists but
take ? or ,
. tB .'-. you very long literary and everyone
seU.Jack .
onvllle.v, t" t...j promptly attended to. i to "with world- people have not the many comforta
in their immediate neighborhood.Why phrase-equivalent my
Hand-made brck: for sa'e either the kllar "I can not say; it may be years, it ployed for the about them that we Americans have in
- t'. UnjleJ States Officer'*" : I i delivered at the depot. may be more or less, but with you to and most do they do this? It is simply an ly goods I theo endow. The bride responds our so much younger country. To begin

#. Itertater- C. Tucker Gainesville t,;...; '-- spur me on I know I shall not fail. road literature exhibition of unconscious selfishness. I meetly. Then the company, with they are only beginning to
Bw in r-2.T. Crawford GajncsviUe. ,': think it worth while to led by the cure pass slowly toward
(: do not
And before I go take this: it is a deedof sketch of the They
have Into their houses from
: ..BUZor.Cenerat..W...... '-, :.. B.,..BloXham.......... Talz..i.:I: J l WI HICKS a tract of land in Florida, made out 1851 shortly hurry themselves in order to reach t, the main celebrated.altar and This all concludes kneel while the garret gas to put cellar; telephones in private
'E.'U'1' < in your name. It may not be of greater its entire church a few minutes earlier and in mass houses are few and far between and

80" 'mueI PRo M nilCfl1o! '1 : .:..... ': value than some other tracts that have are not to be order to save themselves a little incon- I ceremony.Bride and instead of departing the messenger-boy system is not even
Wilkinson Call. handed from time time venience in leaving with the rest of the groom
Jackonvllle'f been me to by David
to known. You caa get a it
at once messengar
CITY on a wedding go _
.BI'RIR&I'TAT1Va&: c BARBER few minutes
audience u
'" t they depart a
well-meaning and then againit locomotive
FIn l>1strot- persons put their new home, where a remarkably- Is true, but he is not the bright, agile
: oD. R. n. )I. BaTldion This is all that enters their
It 5O it with sooner.
Qlll>or. may. cost me $ ; keep York State, fine wedding bteakfaat Is immediately American boy. but a man grown old

cmtd Dl rictUoaCharles.. .tua-b"elt1.. my blessing. 1870 to the late heads; not for one moment do they I partaken of by, :tho relatives and most with hard work. Then he is called by

P Oft Oanre. "., -AND- "Oh Bertrand, you are so good. letter still in consider that the little trouble they I immediate friends.-Paul Rochester, in the dignified name of commissioner

h "Don't about it in 1832 he save themselves ia a hundred times made much of
' say any thing please. I Home Journal. and expects to be accordingly -

P TEN't'S .-' Hair Dresser.OPEN I would do even' more for you. But road-the counterbalanced by the annoyance I South. ,. and never half does his

see, the gloaming now has given way plane to plane which they are causing. They work. :I have already spoken of the ..
.' AT ALL TIMES. to gloom of night. 'Tis long past sup- miles, in do not think, because they are not in I Pennies, sol' long despised in the poor arrangements for fires. Could we

-.: Shop on Call St., Just East of llailroad. I. per time; I am hungry and so, no stop for water. the habit of thinking except of their South and West, are now demanded by transfer some of our fire brigades to

I doubt, are you. Allow me now to mile in own interest. But the very essence ot those sections so eagerly that the this fair land the good people would

; II. HOUCD '" Will constantly keep on hand a full ; guide your footsteps to your home. tive locomotive the courtesy that characterizes the Philadelphia mint, the only one manu- fairly marvel at such a wonderful In

IFR4NKLI \ line, of the following goods for sale : even as I hope soon to have the drawn by the true lady or gentleman is this habit of facturing minor coins, can not keep up stitution. .Then, again the generaluse

Dandruff Cure to c.eanse the hair. privilege of guiding them through life." was the first thinking. The reason why so many with the demand. Three million pennies of elevators is only just making
:SOLICITOR: OF --*? -- Cream of Roses for the face to remove people slam doors, or leave them open; *
Thus they faded away in the gathering truck in front I. were made at the mint one month headway and a hundred other things
sunburn tan, 'freckles and smoothe the
'skin. A fall line of Razors and Hones gloom.A been made why "gentlemen" puff tobacco smoke but if double that number had been i that have become second nature to us

: M' \: constantly on hand;old razors repaired. The first into the faces of ladies they are accom- produced it is probable they could at are still to be heard of In the city oicities.
:"! : Forrign! J. W. HICKS year twelve months, has passed York State was panying, or whom they may be passing once have beea placed in circulation. .-Argonaut.

.4 .. Slarke, FIR.i away-a year freighted with blessingsand which was ; why people in church do not With the infliuc of common vulgar, -U I U

0'f' 'F vicissitudes and political conventions second railroad :heck, the chorus of coughing that copper pennies, in the extravagantWest An Honest Fisherman.
!.t5.F itr et, Near: U. S. Patent OMCI, was the breaks out immediately the sermon aristocratic South thereis -
4" and-well, with almost every and the
WHITE! LM hundred other Pastor Well, Brother Jonaon have
which was :ommences a
of particularly -
thing that constitutes the cargo a a drop in general prices,
I &8flINQTON. D. c.itI4 .. well-freighted year on which man steam engines !familiar instances is precisely the of small articles. This while bene- you been fishing again?

pays the freight to Time, the gen eral clined planes. same unconscious selfishness. Thought fitting the buyers. will also do good to Jonson-Yes, air; and had good luck (IJ

f ;; superintendent of the Grand Trunk 1828. From lessness where the feelings or the convenience merchants by increasing consumption .aa usuaL

.:..&11 bUll for railroads, with of others are concerned ia extent. Pennies are Pastor -Pm glad to hear that.Brother -
rt,be'ore the United states"Leo"V Eggs Hatching line to eternity. But this is only by to a very decided
.. <> tJ for moderate feeL Patents the way. 2,300 miles, lelfishness, and selfishness is the congenial very' good, things\ particularly if one Jonson. I hope you haven't acquired
-.I'fod In Farm and the bad habit of fishermen.
..' H.e United Sttatn and all forelrn A bearded bronzed man attired in struction in soil of bad manners has enough them, and their wide one

. z.iec p.;.' ?reiapplkation..TtlEMARIwjiM! >. J.A8EL".rei'I.revived and.' ONE? DOLLAR FOR 13 I II good clothes and a air of general sixty-seven Fireside.. _ spread introdlction all over the United Mr.Jonson-You Goody. You mean xaee,lying I'm ?always No, no so,
N. Y. Sun. rather late in coming
: lted Iptolmnt'OD and adylc-c as to iW11t.- prosperity bounds buoyantly up the -"What would you say Bobby re States, though busy pulling In six and eight-pound

.' h ercullr..furnished withy steps leading to the front door of a -A check narked the minister who was dining now seems aaau-ed. Philadelphia .'J
: Leghorn (TCbup's Strain) sin the era that really I don't have time tothlnkupsllethatlwouldn'tbecaught.
most profitable variety for F'ori'la.' Eggs charming villa, and givea a long national bank ] rith the family "if I should ask your _- .. ... 1

:rIdiLettho4. 1et.hl fer free oln. taretulty! pnckdnnd delivered at ExpreMOffl strong pull at the ben'knob.. cently passed namma to let you have another piece.f Sews.TkQ habit of putting each toot told .
.t in }
aa boon M iDa4htzIWQtlrN'
C palea\abllllJ' .' eat &t ove "r 'ce." Addrs: .. It Is Bertrand, returned after*year's, of that place. : pie?" "I would say 'AmenV re- where belongs as soon as it has bQ R '

..,,: ...**. *r u Correspondence ratentJ.. !U"Il16h Invited.&l .t for.'SS.: reDti .- i-.BAhL&n' : .J, Ua/ Bounty o.CENIX., Hur>d. J wWw carving at fortune, est' obeck.' ever lliej Bobby, 4evQu ly.-N. 1': Stn.j used, will. help much:! to huflydays.V... y.l' -.d.E .

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co mes except whtt: n.xy) be his I Clipped rthou r'echaziges.Ges'lIIes .
:(i i all of tiLe! :ipp 5i.tment5: nf I
In public
--PcBLSflED W1-1KLY AT- t pec"snry ;!; h iye been wiibitrnwn. C''tI new furniture factory ''ill

:- UlKJf. ?JUDF01U COOT',. Fr.0 !PA.'" Therefore it i is cot />niy; (tue right :I'I I I I eight- n-.d they-will he filled i iI II I being put ill readiness and *'IH soon bo I : !:

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--- ,duty! nf 0. free people in the 'ker" There isTn prrtit deal C -

I.r: .. of 'UIs guaranty to insist lltat t'/ be rlnne In this sunjp'iijjn Rnd turning putwork.Fernandna I : i v. -S.-IN

:t' Editor and Proprietor. fhould be : ,\! to work undtT. Every $ last m.onlh flipped 8,606.r : ,
I pense strictly i lV do his tl I
(-te > nork
tc.lJgh- 5CO of I j jI -
fivet lumber, of which 2,404,260
r--- i'e. -- : actual pjiblic needs. It jeans one think there id iifUhingio 6EKEMISTABLE.

i 8tB5K IO $1.00 A TEAR. J clear that when the "overnraciit-. to wtlrk earnedly t ujd find it went to foreign ports. i _

4 : strumenlallty_ creaU.- and i doubt of Demncra'Jc success, :I The Farriers Alliance is Drawing Jrong I IlID

j -Ai t'enir.ffrdiny 't-i Act rf: t'.'.gr?-* in the people! to do tlit-n bidding make the majority roll up i iI I Wukulja. ..,'. CfawfofdfjIJs has. "I ; : :!. RS.I
,. the Pot ., ever.
Of.ce.. SIrFl. II Munll I of 77 member 4
them. nd its
JZ/M 'I.lter, upou s> ? through utter I : :

I ; a---_ _. _,, _ Ion of its powers extorts from OF TOO MUCH FAITH.. The Monticello Conittfon safs aet 1 <,
"- OJ4L-TICKET.Pnr -.- nnd capital tri largely% iu e I I LeConle JeffersonCflVnir I We keep) !LinIj on h: fl
: I ._ II I year's pear crop of !! : 1e I (
-- .. public nccpftities the creature ;, II I will be worth nt I Ies $ZO.JOO. ; -.
I Caned X. *
l'reiiient: II (-b 4tls. <'nij
fr iHO\.EH "LEYELAND.fur l It.t against tin- creator and the :}Ir. E. C. Ernns has just finished the. or ., It--
Vice Pn.' ident. n>)iUcd by their !r anK _planting .of. four nores of dwarf ba. mon :1 or un (lOCh UI "-
ml ". ALLEN. G. THURMAX. The ei>t ot the government 1
the .
Waddcll on Jo&hya creek.Arcadan. -
place ,
f'* -
I ( -. y Prc1hnt)4) 1 EM1oJ11; : ; tinue to 1 lie met by tari?$ duties ,; ; a first .datu' ery StOlt. -i

)! ,. If. M'KJNXE. of Jarkson. 4 our custom house upon #. G. w. .Ilt-nlrv. writing to the FloridaDifpatcL. ('ul 81. i
I 1? It A. unn JtJ. ntai rioieJUNIKL jind by internal reveinie laxra 1 It Q? .Jew "t "
Claims that land is _
t r. : l-AMPUELL. pf iValton.JI. fpirijtuoiH and m.tlt liquors, % pine -
t4 of better for orange raising tfcap hammockor .

,z fI'ALMEU.- Colanibia.. and oleomargarine.I other very rich land. I"u. D. HI:
suppose that it is newlktw to '
For Ooii ,
; pE. UOBT nU fiS''iAn LLO.K:, of Marion that all thee .iities and I I Mr. B. F. tyjldwin has two pet polecats : ..

rt'ldel t'. the price i>f iln- I I that attract a great deal Qf attention.

1c T4TE IfOCtTIC. T1.CKET. which they 'are 1/eyied./ ',1II11IaUJo i ,1.I I They are young yet and are dangerous

': 2 F" r Governor: mx upon all those who j 1I\!! these' i to npproadl.rcnr1In.i .

FRANCIS P. FLEMING. !>f Dnvnl for use and (,lnf' mPlic'/? = I j i TallahasM-c Cotton Compress Co. I

I3 -*- Ckvtland's Letter of Am'UI--tp;. / ,: is daily receiving large consignments of!
E& '
I For of $tate .
SfCiHary : ,
--- cotton from the Chattabonche-e
.CJIIX I,. UUA\VFORD. of W liuklJnlFor .I valjey ap4 S.
t : The HarrUan Letter. numerous Georgia a&d Florida 'Joyns. :
Gen JJ rrisun'sletter uf (" :
t: Attornpy-GfJUTil: not t half the ability and force of tti John Hamilton one of the guards at WATQHMAlA1JD
h ; ii:. AV. B. LAM.U. of Jefferson. rcatiy believed they meant jID i
of President Cleveland and it will one speech for the free whisky '! the convict camp near. jive QiV'; was x
I not half the confidence IIr the : I here I kil'ed' in Columbia, to >
For am. i recently potjpiy bi' t\n m
mptrollcr; It is in some respects an 'tr..rL on I ,J
k >V. D. BARNES. of Jackson. of the writer to put himself I on the escaped negro convict ho was attempting WjM'STtRXE
: VS. BLAINE. i PLa .
j ; -.1' cratic olatform.'and it is Jdvj a (- to re-irrest.: I Ljr.-cIk1at'eitton -
7 given -
For Slate Treasurer: lion of his utterances of ijCkscks anf to r
years asp Jewelrr. .
WIngs Do Not There were 42 upsides mutton hpeves. 11
FRANK J. P U NS. of Baker. re not calculated to make him Flog i L rrson'sIle pr4ee for rash.ird& .
this campaign pen. Harrison Together. j! and other frch meats consumed in the Le p Pu'e. -

k For KupiTiiitcndrnt; of School: t Ihc .'IJU= bill is a step towar.N aro largely private affairs." |i, Montlccllo: market tlunng the month of the }
r :i 4LBEUT J. JUSSELL. of DU\'dl. whether' H i is c.iledtarifT! Ue. "with which JlcitLcl'Mr. !
else-hns I Augiiot. Which i ill 12 beeves in excess of 1I'I 7i
I nor one anything
v wl itevcT teriii be applii-d to
For (Omml; illDer (If Agroctilture: adi IS' that the term i ; r{fa u matter of ; ? kayo no place in a"national (: any month for the past three years. ,4' -

r I. U \VpSIDWELL, Jackson. importance in c taparl's.>n with they are state usnes. be t.l n i The B'-str nTranspript remark that Jjic :

--- NUilt itstjf." The General is \ of Ibis j denunciation of 'the Governor of FInrfua v
M spite authoritative
I ) .
r I For -ihc autl, and he has' iJiJUug
*: Supreme Court Judgi: | } from the leader of his party1 for the appearance of yellow!! fever in lf/> .
I I GEORGE P. R.VKEV. of umi. 't'nt to take its 'p'.ap: <; except ; )/ .
1, ; A E. MAXWELL. ff Ewitmbla. 1 theories and platitudes of no of tho loaders. as Halstead {State suggests the times when the Jo::

..-'t ; .. H. L. ).MITCHELL of HillsboroughXICJtET. I 1 value r' whatever.. 'In other pojo pomes into the Senator puddle Cullpm and stirs an-1 ;| erntncnt of Ireland used to be held responsible !
i ii'ui'iento; } 'fb let the war tariff ,
f'p. rate. He has Introduced 1 for the potato rot.I 4S ,
COUNTY DEnO.Jc"11C i( \\ih itsfavoriticismsof the I 1db. I ":
senate to declare trusts
; 2 j MIJute! injostkv to the \\ ; un- The St. Sth:, S to have seized aud .
t Fer 8'nntor: 1 r-ry natural ponclusit-n 111 fiew ot shares proposes of stock and all ;! 18 fttl at the b-f. nr.d is in no pl-a-c l he- || .

V. : ADKAIIAK: CROSBY. lina witlj a curporntion. 'Jawjcr in furtherance of the purposes ps-Q-: 't ween I the nioulh nnd t King street bridge '. I COMBINED
I* -. mcniber of the patty \\hiUi!! !has and the United States courts I .. WITH OH&
For Ht-p:'scntn)i i:6; I l ihy'vedljii 'of Iktf pu'u I, 3:i c. l tI in i o i is ] Refracting
UICIIAIIfl..p e1jeY5 monopolies or truiw. action Senator Cullom port deepened and straightened. Power,
t 3 J.L.GASKN'4. I 4I ilher pm of hit letter the : the leader of very the i lk1' back water will afford a safe and I i TfUYltE AS
L Z=. :: I jiovrs trusts the better to give l TRAXHPARDrAXI
'I ; sas in effect that trusts are t coGini! < lioi5 hnh.r.St.ugu t. News. : i I II > COLOBLESS AA
# :; :ew York pity h\5 donated jjopilarity.; winch hu s-nlly lacks national concern and that th on LSOHTJ'h1
,. rcr EO.t1, )UI.e' a war-tariff man N : do The California papers are making the And fur softness of enHnrano
: .r. something to with tl.en. *to&
: DviUe_ for 'L"e, benefit of the' 1 I 111.111 fill' the continuance of old ; has. then undoubtedly the 'most of the jellow fever in FIorid.L They I l'anQot 1'9 pjoelled. enabling the VIM"
1 fever sufferer ies and tiusts.: and'Ihe creation to rtt\ for hours without fiUltnc.
i ., I iIJ$ s. The General turns his buck I .!: Lincoln who quoted ]picture Jacksonville as almost deserted, !! fa 't. Lucy arePerfeet
f I r Thousands of c1nllllrs are received every Chinese' record which *bo\\i that with such force against the ]business completely paralyzed nud the i-'> i I $ -
I I I : ight Preserver
r fay in Jacksonville from gent rous cil- fur unrestricted Chillef.l tmm. thirty years aro. saving, i j'i 'dc.\'ilJu I pay generally. As picturesque I day. ) : ; I II
) .. f List and al. the time.. -K' V against itself cannot 1d." i and liars I til t 'r'um.'nlais from the leading pinfctoiihi
st malicious the California
rt suns all over the eoi ntr.. papers I ret i United S'ate*. govenor, rtaUon, If-1-'
i ,t -_ _________________ I -Situation- hr como of this most manifest .' i takp the!! entire; bakery.-Eus.lis Lake o ) rtknif u. lieu of note(o all profrvlgi ..
: The 8 U&t the "uncrowned ?" All difTerrqi hratk'ka of trade biqikm,
The Government pays t.G.'i a quaiter in I Since our last issue; yellow says. aud ho waj :particaW Region. '' 1 etc..can be tnvrn irf\o hark had ttw...
: 1 pension to ]people in this cmmlv, and uolal :I ha* been declared in n \' ho wrote it down and read it; It is said that if the f.imers; mtjntaic! ed erfy l proVed hy 11\"" r. .

; ,| flf f 31.174.00 n quarter in the entire, miles south of ]here. Hut j "that""if there 'be the position 'they have taken in regard! to I wb,>) \ t. All Eyes Fitted,1
with these trusts the in '
.t rta te -- l have developed and all pf 1 regulate them." That i h the I the cotton lutruiii;:. tru.t. ansi refuse to* : And the Fit Guaranteed by -a-,
-- I : --
and there has be-cn : Mr. Blaine market their voIti'I". iu Georgia it will result i RIVERS: &
) the JOINER
\ It i is expected that a l l.: rge number of r type puts on I ,
de-ath. All the sick are : ':---but. then there is no in-ruiu of m.iny country merchants.Let I .
r people will be present to-mormw to !hearFlorida's '.uke Flori& ,
\\e-nt to Fernandina the ta that wonderful I them. come to Florida, siad. to rniling :
go -
: : next Govirnoron the L / f 'ritp .L 'ei
politicalquestions. 1 I Tills I Is tho position he wishes On ; not supplied topedmU

I. tlie riot, yet Femandiu.i I party to in onler to defend j i oranges: and It'1110115, and be independ will I ; I .\. 1'. ""P,,:
t ing any yellow fever. At effectively and now Senator eut of LMlOlI lal ig. ture : i
: Mayor Witkovski is I iI there has been t'ulI..illernlJl : him and his interpretations I I
t an iudcflltip ny I I.. \\ of Gftla. via* presented I at S : .
j I : worker for tIe public (I. even th in a hundred ca neglecting \\ith
gm -
two uli! ;-it ; t'gs about three weeks $ St'IT' -
Cliairaian'OuRy l \
4 doirg that hoj I I
t. : ----------z., bis private business for the good of u-j near' as can be a< certain; his team of talkers and niako I aj", >\ tliich he pi.-iud ill a trunk for wifekeeping. I I i: : SCaBfRBjiO"
: the i is n'o telegraph : t ; lu line? Such I II I \ DIAltqj
county. operator) an awkward Lusticik I: j "
: UJKIH ojn-nin i IIlt.! ,
-- place) and mail facilities are and backing tt-au was I TtC.'I$
President Bales; of lltalth pfen in the field i m trunk he huml :i q leakir i noite, :iiul.j All : :
; the department J i lint the above i is about I pcliticul : C. G.
r cani's f>f them pulls a pound.: j ux>a i-\aniiiiili'ii.* found the eug-t 11\.1 l !
N. Y., claims that the Proctor case !'There are plenty flf trained ; : tp a
i : 1 I hauhtd. '1 hr tir.t thii- the little "sr.itoisiid l J
c was maimce-d' xuih discretion and scrupulous I and :, g i 41 i : I a-
e.xpe'rrcne"etl plusieians
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I ] \\K; > {o %>! ui) at hi !hand.A !!;. :
regard tor the public safety.1 but few people are left and t ; j I nialnc's. "Trnat'! pamc? : I
1' i is ahont'l'f I It rmall; whale! pamc a'horc on August I br.r I
; consequently I mtoly place hiniself and t1 1'V
Mfce-clcuny seems to be getting over its Jilwilta! half : i
triiht }Iilt milp north of Caimveral
i jjf t material to work UJMHI. party nppft n bfiis. ce- Cape S. "
,, ', )ta e.lIthing more is !beard from At Jacksonville the i iI swii combines arai wholly fr \ ig'\\houSC. H( w as u female of I' _
'thprc. ll will out be safe for people to / desirable )and iwi 10 be in- th -pcct.cilhed the CollIc t tI
I growing As ( ; nubt, and : : ,
worse. high t
I fi ,return there for some lime, however. : t4 by any cn$. H i: was a held I ... sj'n A ,,. ; I !! .- >.
: cases have been reported in a protb1v a sae j one. The %tTl : t i\Yu 0 f<'et j length. The t .: i
The totil m10 clear bCje-piitip of this sprue i i3 diffieuij ,
I Oar county I hue lip north and day and 20 deaths. pvcd enough pan.j! t so ,i
op ( the
l her uttu? folly of nilVmpting to J j I I ,..
r.f' l
to (\0 I1tJuin-e put H must healtemntetl
1 ,'Mt1 t !S fo *'!!" JW'kd a"J n" tnt J*I1 I- caps reported np) : 'm'tnlct i iaibu creature only Mr. H. H1rSChbN
v1 1, ', : '1,404. Tli total number of Uy expert';, and then with extreme
1o""d tu It: this p of lkau l It'h l:1tl .
..4:. cfl !. By !. .. rigid, R,pal> lie' It : i -
L I 1 '1tU! dtokWR; jhe teT qn.nul.I' !w/18. TliqnqandH' of that such l'nilvould t$ :caiition.Titu \illu SU r. 'I I f The well-known OP'khD. of MT'I

j\ I tfbradJ. y 1)41)7) ) n.( tq 4<[ lOnn('. nt the land. and wholly; The following: from the ArradUo. I.: Juds\"U- ;1 Fourth 1.o hc tr. (under Planter J. UOOM) |
effect aave In so for a* I *uaptt4 L. CaskIas "
tlliroes and physician* ( and
are shows lh late
the. trusts themselves. { $ style birth notices in to I Slarke, as Nceut for his cCfehVIIdIbS
;\ (!nuw lef er u ttfriciHjIly! rnnqunpc! 4| inpionr I I i ty .'!.!$ there to assist, nerve and dash peculiar to Florida: A htte! stranger boy entered the I mood Spectacle and Eysgt'

'1 \ Ultfty the 'g"rd!, who wertio I therp cannot! possibly be : almost takes one's breath L our town last Monday with no health ther. I aletx far w.a Diamond X :

it : : \ .'-andp! :ll Is bird to account for i take care of the} sick". \Ve these the merit and inviola certificate; and what is still worse, Dr. a I .Spectacles* tha greatest and invention. rrerpi

I .t Jbls, as Fcrpatidina foully denies hope' for (rpft until the monopolies: and then once in Spectacles.
havingicdike&M ,
Buriand, By a
ta to eee them put forth their cur respected mayor not only t yjopf
t rj f \ !. \'i.cre"dl | t tLJs i fe-ier come. Vdvtrqber, 'an/4 what!\; ,$ \\ their* men for the election c f knew about it. but gave him all the\ assistance aid alao : I I otfca pair J Jej\4 tfcisa ipw Xonchanjteable on pm.rebiS Onever '
fn -hecl thu djeaf '
>iji j \ ful! pUgue\ ticket.Cincinnati En
I I he could. The new coiner will I I baa to change these Glasses floi
L thpn! ? _ ,: the eyes, and every pair purchased
\ stop at the home of Mr. James Leffers :
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I The appointment Gen. Bulluck :111 -_ ml Com. I I {guaranteed so that it they ever I.ftlt l
TIle N aud Fff4 !*. Bted. and to say that Mr. Leffers and\ his wife
thU place is given up for the pn.II. &re ke Yellow I eye (no nuqter how mated or KTttdMkfl

( k ( ', good M'. rk can It douc quietly at lIt'l If Jacksonville could ( had a grand rally at are both happy is putting it rather mild. \ Lenses ares they will faniifc
i-hy of negroes and l lave only the lIb. recently. A feature party with a ue.w par of UlasM"I
t I-!d t-acti iH'imx-rat i is'nppointetl a ciunfnittcv .*f' wniild) get rid of yellow fever. was a flag pole Thft Following is the description in the, Lees- charge. j. U QaiUia* ;

; '. -.: 1'f one to Mxiit 10) voles for the ,tmu:c tact that \rllnvv fever i in the forenoon. It meas burg Commercial uf an alligator lecenlly, ; >fi! i Went and inyites all \ Mw.-a'

kh $ r iK-ia< cnitic {Mtrt\ this fall. di-ru-c which has foll-nml tlw I in len;. On t'heop was killed in Lake Panasoffkee: The entire tbeselvea of the I IQlftsses
ininglinz and Irss I indicating a clean sweep I I ,lsz&:,' th& l oyer any and all other*Min
: ( ; more or ; and Thurman. A veritable length of the 1ltor was 14 feet; the head I II thai L : ; use, tc t h The \Vc-st Side 1 Driving Park of Chicago j jliavc 'lure of the Mh\tu\ and black races : from the Kv. : J. L. GASKIS8, '-
it-day its n.$\ conspicuous zone 1 affair was the action of a e-y s to the end of the nose. 3 I Ivc ; .
t 4 sent to the fever sufferers iu Jaeknon1villu ; I l>ru gist and OptldM
; B.iihadoet live rooster was put a: feet : greatest girth of No. l :
oi the vat 'film pico upon body. 6 feet and 6 I Only .\''nt for Storke.
.. ) I the entire procL lof one day, iu iiudlngcniploy \. t. Kin Janeiro on the ; : near the top of tho polo; inches; circumference of legs 2 frtsn l t : lit'.t: : l I 1 .t;
I ) remained
} The 11u.ouic Charleston on the north. and this i until the pole
i s Ma;e* posed weight 800 I \4o'.utu
poundsIt took
to two
s> qnlcr of jHckMHivillc bus! !sltlluu J picuously negro zone.' an.l perpendicular position. Mu i I
uppcai eight times the boats to tow him I ijpIES\P.
: I '.M>S Dr. Keating "the disease is I.j number across the lake. and six :
for a ihhlnCt. for their iiitnilH.Ts ] -
who Cleveland
I art tally presentat.some puLIlt prover has got to men to drag bun out upon the shore. A- : I
tick in thalcitv.'c aa president and flew
I pbt-I: extended far north ..
as wiI1- _
a Louis mount of teeth and oil not giyen. I The7 s,71 .
I Cuna.b. I I
In 1798 Philadcluhia! n. ; | I 1'rireJ" a "_. .
( I \\ regret Hint we* are unable to publish plue-c smaller; \ ( than Pcns, Cjqla.js\ \ I There came very near being 9.conflngrnlio tI\Iv.\ .c -:-- I I I tn8trtb .u.Ia "
: / President Clcveluud'bletter one summer. with "AH the Deeey." at the f or kt 1iiit-f*
of I
acxi-planct' ;. ? Tallabasspp \\C ol\ I .l : Tbir do,MC croA er_;4

_ 1 i but ouf 'space will not J''paiH of it. tspetiMlly I. under Thecity the I ppecatiuQ was then% of pjjly the 1'slave; years Foraker at West addressed Union O..a last Republi week yesterday evening. \YliU'; examining I I; 4[. L. uaakins. SUrkffK' ,

I .!>, iu nrxier to Miow this letter till( prevailed id all t hv Northern Status a wagon hi tho proces some freight cars, 51 Ir. .\. Slephenspnsme I .I I .....

; .. 'Jj t ; {he dot n lv.ntnjre, \'eIllltd\ also havtto I Ley continued"I the slave Slates ui i .ch: .r;iing motto: "To Hell \lpd something burnjug\ and. upon I ToY I

: .. print that of (ku. IfarrKpn, On .r.e I 1820 and IJSJ when the n : cyl"! while still anotLer di I. making search, f.nn\I.! cam, lo.ideelviih I Icott I inmt F.tJ wvygs
nearly all dr"fu or been sc'nl ; I 'labeled: "Blane aad Pro- t..41-4 1 I
I SIde the man uf the people for the people, '. when Philadelphia wa? a to v' I Proa this it would tppeat ii. full of sm.ofce. He gathered\ n ( :. : I I I *i>-igrtUi>9"25C j ig

;, J who KOUIIUS Toiih the trumpft J which shall ket and negroes' abounded there in that particular iinlier nf hands with bticke I discovered I I I l' '

11 Ii ever ill rttrvat ; whn know tjjfir" nghts \cllowfeverm: that city 3,500 IIC ; are wild, woolly and I ia one tije in the far coiner of the j I at his I .fzs !
4 &
And 'is determined to COHORT them; I iteing 15 anil 50-190 y.f the e-ntire) : &ehoobDafSltw York, car burniojt VTOklv. By the liberal use nnnn. I I .- C.-n-I
lOn. It is not I j I .
awhile\ rtiau'ts di '
.J t : who.: points out the! evils of our"condition. I is alums mn'-t' f-ital'tr.. lYtp'uliitrs. ,ea.n. I I of waterh& fife was soon .xtinAuisbel.b i. I I t I : :1 _

-. I -. Iut: tIStl5! u r t I! me ttt'mroill'iu.. :. pox j and measles, 'S, wjiite u nun's un.. t1; Quiet 1IeQ Ub, It. \ tf t- ;t-phens.n had not acc'tk-ntly I 1 : ''_.._ ._ .

4 the repreeptHtivc t>f a wuul -lIc ari U>c- are- more fatal to tile nt-gno. I : idea that the general Apt r doercl the fire so early l\w conflagration Mt I :
a.d itt her dark bkinucd races, !\ iltCleveland's! administra I Of h1 .rest to
\\ho \haii
racy, ujth nisn-picentitiop$ and, ulitu-s themselves. As long\as : and which las found ex- pigiit have been setlis.-FJoridian.. 1r..uJ_ e. .

I I,. fcrgumcnVs wh\cj\ }! can weigh: only with the existed and blacks were IIltermin newspapers of both parties p.r the 81f' di. Ie. -I I -.drefo taI.astm.---yb.ep,
L most ignorant and 'inn-flee ing of the population h large proportion bell:. l tlCel\: s. past' will have co .i.den. Tbc clays of tea, decoctions i.DIl&i : 'I ..Cl..a .
( seeks ver aljoundodvorst the in convincing fair minded __
10 defend and maint.un a at periods ( and such slops! hItS and r
u being replaced
I I it
Las all
t" nut become '
ie in ones '
density the
grei> urth. l iljcy i vhicli 'q.I\ltt\l l end in enslavement elis> j>i.>earin.r ther: as the ue-gn ; I .-..-Waterbury Amer. United by Slates fiuid exvtrac .s.. The latest that make I !
< f the Pigpeusatory in this
I maye- &grandjemeut of a priv- I S-ulli until about HJ35 uheii it I connection: : says I of<

4 ( \\lf jjwl fctf anl{ n final wiping out of our !I I Mvtrrd Northern altogether as an epideii.ic. Drltatn'. W,. "Both decoctions mad infusions have I I I I vir Conrt.:.

Union. We feul Wjfein that :tlttes. i nw, become almost for
saying noifjort obscktc a id d* trvedly -
the !
English '
gnat epidemic in 1878 \in ) newspapers are W
c L- with sword. pen or ton !tll' ever wa, I I the same business just so. He
'z lctler calcuUted) was prett-detl bj- great influx of now. In view of the above advanced idea and
to convert oppoaents and Jacksonville: to-day is in the :: pitching into President Clove- stubborn facts we beg to call said I :.
I ) \than the PreshleutV letter to convert Re I t siiion i I and is similarfv vl.itl1t.l : uncrowned king has earnest the JVickly Ash. Puke Root and attentipn to .
I D uN'eola in 1882. I in the clique ff little bigot4 -. H. .1
.; publicann. It'trop.lhs. )
Vri"y.. truth is mighty and J the Canadian Dominion Compoi nd which has gained such T.

b ftall prevail. II! >o. 6 hold .;N-IIU:. I weather birds of a feather notoriety, and is undoubtedly the :1.1 A. ,, Fa

: .- ._ .l *'\Vljnt.!% stronger b'st.plate than an untainted -,t A nevLing'f the De-iuocratic j j { .-Brooklyn Cituen. the GKEATEST age. Has cured BLOOD more PCRfclSRof Rheumatism. .Y----b.: Si&

tee ot District : 6 () &
I ii henrlf o. was held oa { .fPhm!. Scrofula Old Sores Skin Di '
: Thrive is he *
HM liath his quarrel lUorhin Present, J. -M John I in the Banks.I
eases. Blood Taints
I etc.. in the last six
,1 just.And r..wt-li. Witkovski.. J. L. I j in the national boose months than all the othr Blood remedies ;,. -
he but iked, 'though lock'd in udrvu Crosby and J. I Frazei" I > )t I I ;
IE up professing to. f aver retalia,. on the marketIt i is no humbug no secret namtd I
tttatVlioj -
tot C. 1 1'cek. J. M. Johns Blaine had
r- was I never said the but a preparation make
of I
composed the
\.: < conscience" l 1"y iujustlce is cor jMiiiaiaiit CLairinau' and Tale be postponed till after elec- fluid extracts ot Prickly$11.. Poke Root. said I .
.i; rupied. or in.t }
I! jK-rinsiK-iit &'I'Crf'vpsitcra subjects tlf> our "Henry of Queen peltzht and Sarsaparilln. with Stark. | |
ness of iuiporbincv; traUSiL becoming restless. ; -
k'\J. : Daily the Iodide of 1'olassiucq add d. PhTbi- It
: (lur government i.the creation of the j r, .m mlll 'C with Capt. York as : : i this accunmlates-r-Spnnj-. clans endorse it M a sptendid"combina- W K ;,!I

; people established to carry out their tiet.igns -j Chit wa appointed to organize a Vcnll tion. U to a powerful tonic and builds lie BlantonDealers& Hayfl
\ reception cumruiUee
and ac-comphsh their id. It Powell up the system rapidly.r you are weak said j!
go> wa I.f
I as Cu-uruuui, to iwkc :Xct Quite Soda Fools. and feeble try one bottle- Take P. P. P. AU
1 justice I iucuu for the I (. ,
founded oa and of
L was made for rtcrpliuo the
arr day and two meals may be and pun flesh and strength rapidly. It U T. I t r
t,: ., .. ( latelligcnt\ and virtuous people. It next Satunliy' wits formed. A any workinfman, as Cindi-; the best remedy for malarial poisons, and I I I ._ ii --
I" made'
: eo, ; li '\ efuI when within their control. print baud"! bills and-by the .. 'I says, but we venture to say ::: will cure chills in every instance. As a I

: and onlr circulars u : will vote for suck tonic and regulator for female who are ia _
retres Ucm well when Uie
regulated of the
pe-ople man
01 meeting of esb.-PitUbg Post. a low state ol health it has no equaL Try
( I, and gnVled by their nonstant touch. urila! a\id the form*lion of the one bottle and be 'fnvin0 "

: It is a five government because it I ot : :. and \\a-i accepted. t of Ur. J U. Mcl ., :" guar. ijtrt-s werr made by those I -\' TlM! 'Ur t njali heGlroit Coughs and colds come apiu.vii i ,. mt I of Jsseph&-
miter orry; citizen the unroUrifted I and :,
and a grJai deal ul iut rctt in the | yon will I# 'irirtsed you cau quickly get rd of I hes e uith a : -
I pen>mal Vff::attid cnj iyme\t of all ai, ul.tjkstt-. how it. '"tiI ;tent T'ir.-uroul ,y..u11 t'-e' few dozes of Dr. J. Ij. Me4ean's TariiHiiiiiiii
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Coup TELEGR/PH :I Mr. L. .Wilkovski placed 26 guards on 1 for the canal mind sow that a satisfactory South Bradford flews/ I- ---.- -- -. 1f

the AII1r4u1Ieouu.y Hot tills week. one has Wen determined on. we will proceed Nice wealber for garden planting. ltd I C. FENBlRG
to-in/>rrow < slake W. 8 LAN
, -- '-- The Mayor t and 13 Gainesville citizens < nut the tine and we fctiould avail imrselvw of it to plantour
gave the exact and J IwH
rUe fall garden hnvc !
Stai'keFla., fept. 31. 1888. preparatory in us to plenl/ r ,
are in quarantine Warthinon Springs jo immediate jvork. The jden of home mind I
draining u __ r -- this lake is thoroughly practicable one all kinds of The I :, r I
ANNOUNCEMENTS. 300 Hi*. of fine candy. just' rcwiv by nod' oive that can be readily executed,' bywlak'.h winter. It is not vegetables only directly throiif reraunerH' : F1IBNITRB, :! i : j : I"" ,. FURNITURE J i I,! I! i' :I f
Walter Wills.
I A large tract of valuable muck land live but serves as aa advertisemeat to !
'-For Clerk of Circuit Court, : There should 1m can be easily reclaimed for reason thai visitors and home seeker'

nrHf A candidate. a strong' guard tstalilitHied -4;: tlii llake has little of no I net. and onl'CIlcm'cr Colt>n picking m\ I Beds Bed-room Suits .
IbMYbyaniuHine arouod thc ; iota gathcriag l Parlor Suits.
at tlw towu's d Lounges chairs
ex- < Mifficienilv, be that Easy
,lie oficanf Civ* of the Circuit Court I can kept at the order of i the day. ,
Iiv Bradford Co nfjr.".ui l respectfully i peose. _ I pnim.) It i j" estimated tJm about 1000) Our friend J. Mirrors Windo
for acres of muck lauds will b. rc-cliiine l. A. Knight is on cnMrlu-s w shades and fixtures Mattress-
aiUmge ffllnw-citizx-n-s i
,p : Mr.
.tJi2 tpy Walter Wills from the effrcts of ,
received a hipm.ent'I valued at $100 acre. n severe reinedv. L per
-..ftltIPW1rt''tton.Vt.i' Hl"lpectfnlJ of cabbages apples.vAtws\ etc.. l out nt'xtlJra.t'. young man. ess, Pillows, Woven wire springs & Cots.
II. F. YOBK.nnniuwe Our reporter in his round of travels Miss Lizzie Pcirs of lsl&nllcrove is
Witkovbkl rode 150 miles in 'three happened into the luamtnoutli visiting ni her sisler's Mrs. R. E. Foxworth. Picture Frames made to order. Upholstering of ail\ kinds Solicited. Conk ar easy payments.

-r'rrbl' myftelf a candidnle lays pJiidng guards aioog the Alaclui.i: dry goods estab'isbinent of Jones & Gask" _nE3 Block
frleMeuof Clerk of the Court 0 fBndfDrd county ]Hoe. lleibeiger of this And Mrs. Dr. J. D. Cromwell of Gainesville > STARKE, FIJ.._
and o1irit city. as reporters .
1nly. pectfully spent list week with friends l rl'. -
411e lUrage of my.fe1InwensaLIDPg lielection. Hay by the car load $l.15 per are always itujuuitivo, Air.lleiberger Dr. Slttrbuck's family of Fernandma t is ORANGE COLLEGE.I I
Very ReSpectfnlli. hundred the junior member of the
Tryby, gterobug: & spending some time in the community. G.ARDINERUQPACE
W. T.: WEE S. C o. it firm uas cornered and plied with The Doctor owns a nice yonng grove on sTjq1IcJ:;; 1t'L.-1. '

p"" For Court JndJ' /uc'tioiiK by ye scribe. Although avery Luke Geneva and expects to come to stay *
A few after awhile. --
annflUW 1 Ujat' i am a wdl- s'wingmacbinos will be modest man, it "cin.o necessary t .

J.7or the ofljaB .County 4udpe. sold cbeup "Jy Trubv" Sternb> & for jNIr. H. to acknowledge that Our school authorities have been fortunate SESSION OF 18889.Fall STAriKE, Bradford. County, Fo1cREAIESTATEAGENTSI ,

'J j Itcfpectfflh1y.oi I I Co. I the senior member of the firm-Mr. iu securing the services of Mr. R.
I' j J. R. RtCHAUD, Cameron in their Iiet tern here. Let u* Term Jpeus Monday, Sept.
Mrs. Jo". B. Jones has had al JJ) her rIC'QUcnlsornirwd Jones, who is iu New York-bad have a new school b/Hise. now, gentleiijje/ r4l. I8.1Cits .

F .heriff. and thoroughly cleaned and ji i* bought a lars aud assorted stock of Our eirjeujut -lterit, H- W, ppcrsou.j '

1wv. .jwn&n4. myself i candidate mm' ready for boarder Will furnish gooels."ht'la Itti asked how long was dowo tiito wiazk oa oficUl Ixisjness jr Hu"th: 1JO,2. :1. I\lul I tl ,
of gheijiff Bradford before these will 3.30 Dollar
f,3tacI coun'oHyfeoJteit goods arrive-"will
meals] without
rooms. Also has furnished
.J1 ,,?... the suffrage ofOW arrive! 3Ir. H. look I -
fty "just
i $ dlfrens Rt the ensuing election. rooms to rent. All the rooms are well there, nnJ there, and-but that is All Tuition due at THE f..VD -

:: HL'U Very- peclfully.WT. EPPKRSOX."it ventilated and have stovee or tire places. not 4) beginning Took in the bsck 0'(44KI OFEAC1IMONTH, and Patrons ORANGE GROVES, : .

-'- Mr. J. L. \Vynn offers his services free room, look up-stairs look in the depot will be expected to settle Pram pily.

(ihc solicit*ttoos>f Biany friends. I of charge as one of ten to guard the town. And: yet we have not begun Free 'Verm will begin the firatMonday -
mywlfusja candidate IMPROVED
'fcertbr Dr(be office announce*f Sheriff) of Bradford coun- There ought to If at least 10 guards put to receive our new stock Why,** in October, and will be FARMS, :

..., Ube cowing ejection emil repectanlicK along the town limits nnd allow no one to be says, ">ve expect U fill every absolutely FREE to (.Bounty Pupils.

f&ly the suffrage of my fellow- pass cither \ruy unless they CAM show a empty liouve iu the city with goods. Every Advantage is offered to WILD LANDS. .

cldull. certificate. And (lie adds) we will sell them too those desiring a good HUSlXEStfEDUCATION I -3
W. W. TCVBUN.fiDOounrc .
The -- because we will make th.m so low at a Nominal Cost. .. \
south hound mail :
Btysflf a candidate for Sheriff Slnrke in the : gets into that people cannot help} but buy For Full Particulars! apply to 4,000,000 Acres of laud belonging te the FLORIDA
of Bradford Cmjnty and ask the sup- evening ought not to stPollgerthan And C. J. DENTOX A. B. '
might : iir ,
lIJ"frlends d the coming election. to change the mails. It i is that Jones say your paper PRINCIPAL, SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO., Hrtribut throughout 11p..t.\te,8Iut !.
rrDf &:; Heiberger I [ have a few
".\ A. A. TU01U.S.4 impossible to keep people away from this i e\v goods for sale." A modest man, extending southward fnnn the south boundary of Georgia to t-Wt Irarrell, ,
'," train ami if there i i. disease
ever any carried -
For Tax, Collector, that INSTITUTE.SESSION
surely STARKE in Monroe ..
The friendi of B/Haynes announce him here it is sure to come fun this county. .. ,

for Tax Collector of Bradford Ir.Jn Highland hJotes. OF 1888-8.,
r a candidate Liberal Terms and Inducements to
0I County at ensuing election and Warren P. Whipple. who has a very Term begins Monday, September3rd. Special are offered
Statke is tua only town of iU size that lucrative with L. Buck 1688
.!!the WPPOrt)tJ4 Is fel1ow- ltlun8. position $ HaJJI, \JBONA FIDE SETTLERS.
I MAN FRIENDS. has no ttroug guard around its hoarders. 'at Eliaville, is making his family and II FACULTY. -

If such .1 guard could be establishtd here! Highland friends a short visit. Warren is -
myntlf a candidate for the a 10-year resident here anti i im much mis. F. WESPY PU. U.. M. D.. (Universities
I nominee there would Itc no occasion for one I of and 350OCO Aerea of William find S"anD'tnt l anti lands 01'
/duct of Tax Collector for Bradford cminy any sed by his many friends in Highland, whim Leipaic Strassbiirg.) Principal j
and solicit the suffrage of my fellow- to leave the lawn, ahd it ought to be established wouUl be glad to see him and Pro css..r of Ancient aul ModernLanguages. Sam'l
permanently A. Swann, situate on both sides of the Florida Railway and Navigation -
r 4zeDI at the comIng elt'Ctlon.f for the bcncfjt of those who cannot I "hack again. POWDER'Absolutely

f IIgNfll FOCTS.I )eave. The strawberry interest: is being vigorously College.BENJ.) S.Professor 8I51510NDS.of Mathematics JU. (Dartmouth and Go's line of Railroad between Fernandin., on the Atlantic coast, and .'

Lcrchy announce myself a candidate Dr. Tate Powell who is thief I |Mhed. Sir." E. M.yhcwith Ford Pure. Sciences. Cedar Keys, on the lull of Mexico.
( quarantine as 'I i11 bower, is pushing the propair-
[ for ,e election to the office of Tax Col- MRS. N.S... WESPY. Principal 1 of
lector of Bradford county and respect. officer, says wost emphatically that ing and setting of his plants with grent I Thin Primary Department. ---
I of fellow, ijiere is DO fever all rapidity. His is one of the most powder never varies. A marvel MISS MAY DAWSON. Instructress h ,
fully ,s-iliclt! the support my yellow m Starke reports promis or purity, strength and wholesomeness ORANGE GROVES and IMPROVED FARMS
ing '.ch,8 in town. Geo. Cook of Music. .
3tien. la UC contrnry 1I0t\\iLhstal1111ng, p\ one More economical than the ordinary .
Uespectf'JlJy, and )Jic says further: that;, should a c.\e our energetic young townsmen will have kinds and cannot be sold in competition DKPARTMENTS.l8t. .
M. M. JIALE.I from 5 to B acres in strawberries besides with the multitude of low test sbori A SPECIALTY. \ -
I I (rcopc): here J he> should} let it be known. quite a tract in cabbages. George has the weight alum of phosphate powders, .-PRIMARY DEPT: Through :

I announce mytolf AS n candidate for immediately care of the telegraph express and post Soul only in eu4e. Royal liaking Pow Third Reader.. Arithmetic through Send for discriptive pamphlet maps etc. When making ap :
Tax-CMcetor for Bradford County, and office also the railroad business, Edward der Co., 108 Wull-st., N. Y. Fractions. First Lessons in Ol-n r"phy.
Ao earnestly Bolicit the. suffrage of my Dr, A, I,. Scott, who is one of Ua best Underwood superintending his truck -- INTERMEDIATE OEPT vlication for lands I whether to the principal or agents PLEAS -

fellow-citizens at the ensuing election. pHysicians in the State, has been throughan farming. L. E. Hicks liis: several acres Electric Bitters. Analysis. U. S. History. Grammar.
T. W. SWEAT. epidemec of yellow fever and had in strawberries also W. K nunt. Hiram Thi* remedy is be known stint so (wnplar as to need no I 3rd- U-CULLEGI.\.TE DEPT; Ij
I nllnt. J. K Whipple. H. B.
Hudson xreh9lSW3 tf j "
- f'ur' Tai Assessor.I cl large of one of the hocpitals at. Mem and some others have fine patches and) nil special mention All who have used Through Advanced Arithmetic Algebra .

)ereby announce myself as a candidate phis. He is a good, reliable man and ran doing well, l-ut Geo. P. Whipple laks IiIeeti-Ie !ll ltttiF'. .sing .the fmne sonp ,of[ Wonll-Ynalysis. Physics, Physiol gy. Latin I- l __. __ -_ __ ,
I A medicine {>eH '
praise pure not exist
for election to the oflice af Ta* As- be depended upon in a case of emergency. the cake. He has by fur lime finest patchof and it is rimrunteed to do all that is or German Engl. Literature. urammar. tt1 qJ.11115)
ecsor of Bradford hounty. at the ensuing! lIe has had the disease himself and know this seu oll's setting of anybody in this claimed. Klewtrk- Hitter will euro all Composition.4th-COLLEGIATEDKPTSuh-dmd : WLT341QV41.J : p
flection and respectfully solicit the support I. vicinity. and perhaps in the blalo. Under diseases: of I be Liver and KidnevsIll .
well how to treat itMr eil into two courses either of which '.
fellow-ditizens. his skilled treatment plants almost Pimples JJoiU Salt Rheum nitty ,{at
of P>V. i grow remove and he of student .. -' ,.
r pursued at option ; '
Respectfully. J. W, Hodges, our young and popular as if by magic. other affections caused by impure blood- COURSE '
J. E. VVAJNBWHT.Iherphy Gep. Cook has ju. t put up a pew bouse Will drive Malaria from the system and a. CLASSICAL : Latin Greek -
merchant, always up to the times for his superintendent Unu iwood.3? prevent 1\8 well as mm all M alaria.-For' Algebra. Uht toric. Elocution Compo !
- ; ;; announce tnyselfas a cllolli has just received and placed on sale the r cure of lIe 1"'h6' fonntipailon an Win. i is S t 1sTiutii
jute liitbc fiat the suffrage office ,of of Tax my feJJdWrtiti Assessor .and ens larcst nnd most complete stock of chotlu I'I for hun'Alr Gurney, fronting building the railroad si neat cottage satisfaction i guaranteed try Hlwtrif, or, Bitter money:entire r.ruu-o gchru.!h. BUSINESS Geometry.: COURSE Logarithm: Advanced and Trigo- I e "ry yIL, : I

at s the nct election. ing. notions etc., that it has been our Mr. Samuel Bonn is enjoying his large dod,-Price ft) (.ttI. and '1.00 per bottle at nometry. Vculus German.French Book

Veiy Respectfully, pleasure to inspect in this town. Mr. two-story house recently completed. Uy J. 1.. GaskltiB Drug Store. 5U keeping, Rhetoric, Elocution ('umposit -

M. H. JlARKET.. Hodges has bad long experience in the the way. he is one of our thorough-going -_ Il .
e farmers and strawberry raisers. l Consumption Incurable? TKUMS PElt MONTH** f
""litnriounce mysfclf candidutw for the clothing business and knows just how to Read the following; Mr. C. H. MorrU, :. JAI '
H The health of out town is rerraiknbly Primary Department. $2.00. Intermediate ,
fit you vviih n suit and he will do it I Newark Ark,, saysVu.. down with
pfflce uf Tax J\.S fur linidford county every i good and a stijct quarantine sustained AbMcesaot and friends and I Department. $2.50. Sub-Collegiate
LIMITS pbysi'iana
Jnd solicit the votes of my fellow- time. There is not. a man in town that is : against all yellow fever points. I II pronound; me un Incurable Ik-purlment $:. r 0. -olK-gialc Depart -

lIil.en. lit Utc cqsuing' elecfon. pjeasant to deal with than I ment. $4.00 Music 10 lessons per mouth,
piorc! Wesley The TKI-EOJIAVH comes regularly to ennlllm 'tIDn. Ko aiitakiiiK I r. King's
TIIOS. and you are certain to go off with the impression hand as newsy and blight as ever show-!. Now Discovery tor ('onauinpfion. am $3fO. lmtstk: ana n1t 8ooits .
,For County: Treasurer. that have big;; the pluck nnd energy of proprietor, now nil uiy third bottle! ,and able to over During the period the school receives a 1 B ,
you 'our money'soilli. see the"I'! on my farm. It iu the finest subsidy from the county. $1 peritsonili
i \ announce myulf us u candidate fortlrctlon \\ There is but one thing he cannot I Our nursery man. Mr. InJ is propa- inedii-jne over made." will be deducted from the rules .

to the office of County 'i'reas- do. and that is to niim-prcseiil his goods1, jC.iling largely of the Japan fruits; he has I Ja so Miiklloxvart Oei-aliir, Olijo mvB; of chili department.: Oilier reduction are WMteGENTS Gooll. LocciJt
liier of Bradford County. at the cpsningflection and in his nursery between gOund 80 variulk-s "lla*' it not been for )'. Kiiui's N'-\V not made; .>r discount granted except in )11Dlu'ep7 : :
Coma in stp him and you will cer. of the J.ipan plum besides u number of '
and earnestly solicit the support Discovery tar( JIljJump foll I would IlIt'.pdil'lId the ease uf a patron bending as many ama
Pr IOY. fcl/.jw.dtJ1cus. tiinty be pleased. new prauliu-si, Lumj Tn>lile.u \Vaa Iv"nllp by four of lii-t own children.: Bills will hesent
Lako Navarre Dr.|tpir Company. it. Sample bottle free at J. L. j ask ins to lit wttlled Irt1mPt1Y.] Pupils entering -
1 For $Buupririteiideut of Public At a meeting held at Hampton on Saturday ,,The the Central Second Campaign Committee District of Drug store. 5NOTIcYuTJlECTION school after the school month humus com I II \ FINE CLOTHING. .il

structJpi.I the 8li! iiibt., of the parties interested Congressional I muiicci!. or leaving it before the month is ,
It L Anderson of Marion. P. O. Ocsla
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lOiOOUDce) myself a candidate for the in reclaiming the muck lands around A W ; ended will be charged in full fur that --- : !
[ office of Superintendent of Schools in Lake Navarre, situated about one mile Cnckrell. Duval White Springs; month. Di. F. WESPY, M

J I pf{inulford the people County in 'be and coming ask 6Jec the patronage lon.; west there of were Il.impioq Bradford Twlli*.county.S. F. IIFVork.. Glenwood Bradford; Nat., Simke PI'ntz.Olllnge; C Delano.Volusi.i ., To tile Sheriff Bradford Co.'. Principal. 1111I5 OUT! BELOW COST!

O. p, JQUNG, Jardiuer, Angus 1I1i). Rev. B. F, )[UIIJI'C. Orl.uid'i; is G Abernathy. Like Altoona; of the State of Florida: REAL ESTATE.J.
J L Inglis. Madison Madison E: e
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David Jones, Mr. ; I
Henry Harvey W. J.
&nch z. Alachua Gaine vme. YE. that I, JOHN L. CRAWFORD ;
J pounce myself as a candidate for Cameron and others. Low. J. P. Pun:C. E. :
Secretary of State of the Slate of
llrucuon(Jbe office of for Superintendent tne county of of Bradford Public in atM considerable Mr. Gardiner effort slated to learn that all lie that had might made "That Under an Auxiliary lIIA! following Committee resolution, consistingof viz: Florida, do hereby give Notice that H &HOTABT PCBUC. j To Reduce) My Immense Stock of No 1

be> ensnflg} election, and solicit the support be of interest to the owners of the lauds in one member from each county not on GENERAL ELECTIONwill LOW and PRATT.
; cf my fdloF-citijtens. and around the Lake with the following the Central executive Campaign Commit- he held Bradford} County, State of BOOTS and SHOES :
T. S.ANDKKSON results viz: Having employed Mr. B. F. tee 1x2 appointed to aid! and assist in the Florida, on Tuesday next succeeding the Orange Groves !
Ensey. a civil engineer with his llt. carrying out the general organizationduring first Monday: Iii November A. D. 1888.
1 hereby announce myself' a candidate made nss the campaign. and that: they be requested the said Tuesday being the
ants wo two almost Property
surveys one City
fer the office of buperintendcnt of Public directly south of the west side of the Lake to meet and net with" the Central SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, I am offering All Goods in my line

Instruction fur Bradford County and and another about half a mile west of Committee when necessary. the following For four Electors of President and Vice- TIMBER LANDS in partOF
frolicit tile|) support of my fellowrcitijcens at that. In the first survey we find 9 feet gentlemen were appointed: President of the United States. any I
(tbe towing election. faU in about half a mile; in the second 13 W Naylor Thompson Nassau. Fernan- For one Representative of the Second FLORIDA. I BELOW COST !

JOSEPH L. HILL. feet fall in about three quarter mile. We I dma; .ToIii Herndon, Baker, MacClenny; Congressional District of Florida, in the LOANS PLiCED ON IMPROVED .
I also noted the fact that this lake has but RF Ropers, Suwannee. Live Oak; .1 U.. J'irty- lst Congress of the United States. I -_ 4
J 15up0U11ce myself as a candidate fell little or no inlet; that the streams on either Edge, Columbia, Lake City; F Blanchard. Foi Governor of the State of Florida. CITY PROPERTY. Come and '
..It.1tl'/' the ottrt'of Superintendent of side fluw almost paralel with the lake into Putnam.: Palatka; S F Lambias. St. For Secretary of State for the State of Civil Engineering, Surveying, see yourselves :
instruction for Bradford; County, and the Santa Fe Rivet half a mile south of Johns Ht. Augustine; W .J Shone, Sumter Florida. and
'lariiestly solicit Hie support of nil! the the Lake We also found no visible outlet Sumtcrville; S R Bas sett, Osceohi.Ivi For an Attorney-General of the State of Conveyancing: A. L. von KIRN. :
futers ul the Nov lnbcr election. to the Lake there ;siniinec; E W Evan. Dade; Wm 11 Florida. .
being u rise of about GREEN COVE SPRING FLORIDA. -':. _
Brevard Point --- -
c. j. Sharp City ; linnford, For '-
10 feet all around. From the fact of there a Comptroller of the Slate of Florida. -
being qo outlet and but little inflow to Clay Green Cove Springs; A W Owens, : NIL 4 CROCKER BLOCK. :
plop Member' ScUool Boar,}. the Lake, we have deemed it sufficient for Duval, P. O. Reddick, Marion Co.R. For a Treasurer of the State of Florida. POST OKKICE LOCK Box 10

I hereby announce myself a candidate nil drainage purposes to cut a canal 10 feet L. ANDERSON Chair. For a Superintendent of Public Instruction I Circulars i HIU! I.itli..grMhi'iews of ,
for I Member of School Board of Brad. wide at bottom and of sufficient slant nt GEO. W. WILSON, of the State of Florida. Gn-en t'uvo Sjirin will t Intscnt on aj- .
nw I
County, ansioner of Agriculture of III il'al t.11. I',Irrospolil hmco Solle'1 t8\l. i
?rage of my fellow-citizens at the en- from the top there is a solid red clay HEADQUARTERS the State of Florida. -- -- -- -.,- .-- .----.- I A full'line of SCHOOL HOOKS, ,.' : ;
'%wng election. Very Respectfully fourdution( the entire length of either I Democratic CongreMloual Executive For three Justices of the Supreme Court O.( L. KEENE 'K'
J C. BVRD ooint surveyed for the canal That thefall I Committee. of the Slate of Florida. recently adopted by the School .

-For, tlqathl4t of the Peace. at eltjiei point l is-more than necessary I QFN, BULLOCK'S OCALA APPOINTMENTS.FLA., Sept 10th 1888. District.For a Senator of the 15th Senatorial Millinery, Fancy Dress Goods Board. Also the Rvd and Kellogg

to reclaim an immense body of valuable Gen. Rob BuUock. the Democratic candidate '
The friends of Louis Witkovski take muck lands, which by actual measurement for Congress ia the Second District will address For two Members of House of Representatives. NOTIONS. KIn i OI.VES. PARASOLS.Siik i Grammar*>,* which* will l he fto'd at introductory -

.ilate*?re In nnnouncing him as a candl' are from 5 to 30 feet deep. The clay tho following people times on the and issues places of the campaign. at the lrnhrel: : s. Zcphyntand all! kinds pnoeg. Old Grammars
,vforrlhc offlce of Justice of the Peace foundation we consider valuable for canal For County Judge. of material l for
GREENVILLE .. at 11 a. m. sharp. taken in all"
Sixth School
.lid District df Bradford County purposes, and by inserting lock, the MADISON.'r at night. For a Clerk of the Circuit Court. exchange, Sup-

'Ib e solicit the suffrage of the voters a't water cap be held or relieved at will from 1LLA LIVE V OAK lLL, .. "" In",at at 11 a. 01.Of For a Sheriff. f rvncjWorlt.. plied. At MORGAN'S BAZAAR, ,
coslttug electron. night.
one to ten feet. We find it somewhat difficult NEW BRANl''ORD, 2ati1a.iu, For a Tax Asessor. "}ro'nl't attention ta orderVVV.t the STATIONERY and NEWS .
.J.\xv VOTERS. to make an exact computation of JASPER, 24, Of Fur a Tax Collector. \ Bur St., (V,r. r'iirn.JACKSONVILLE.. DEPOT. ,
-.----___ _ the necessary expense in order to rcplaim WUJTE;SPRINGS, "" :2>, ." .,. For H County Tr surt'r. KLA

these lands, but Mr. Tullis and myself LAKE WHITE.CITY, 2ttFORT 2.. ,. Fur a County Superintendent of Public For Sale.On .
NEWS. owning about onc.half.of. these lauds MAcCLENNY 28, ..,, Instruction.
=. have u proposition to make you, which if STARKE. 2U, "" For County Surveyor.Far CroMbv Lake, 21 mites from
HT conceded to, we will go to work in a few : LAKE LAWTEY BUTLER., October" 3.FERNANDINA 1.. Of VI : Justice of the Peace in and for Starke. 10 acres Lnnd beautifully ItlUltod -
; pounds of good Rio coffee days to reclaim what we consider among I 3, ". each Justice District in said County. 8 acres under fence fret from ., ,
fDrone dollar, at Trnby, Sternbnrg the most valuable lands in the Ssato.I I. WALDO 4. II For a Constable in nod for each Justice stumps, in tine order to cultivate any of .. .
Of Of --- --
4 Co... 'Iej. In order to ascertain the quantity amid GAtNESVILLb.V HAWTHORNE, 5 e,, District said County. the native ('m!. upon: 2 acres in :-
quality of lands to be reclaimed entered NEWNANSVILLE. 8. The attention of the Sheriffs is called to Strawberries Orange; trees 100

j. Truby, Stern & Co. offerenuine a dense bamboo and brier thicket and 1NTERLACHEN, a, ,. the law requiring them to cause the notice Pear and other Fruit Trees Gmpe Vines STIRIECIRRIAGEPACTOBYI'
laC burg are after going about 300 yards we beheldbetween PALATKA, "" 10, "" ". of said election to be published in H news- &c.'n. small, frame house, with good
bargains in every de- REEN COVE! SP'GS H, ., printed in the if there be water the rcha fine ,
us and the Lake a prairie of overa ST. AUGUSTINE, 1: paper county a right nn p-> Horse
"fl1flent.. ac quarter of a mile of saw.gra>s, which II DE LAND ". W .ti, paper in the county and if there he no- Wagon. I llarnes-s &c. For pirtirulir!
.Aflother- seemed to extend almost the entire lengthof DAYTON 18, ,. no paper published iu the county, they apply tt>
large invoice of dl''gouds the Lake on the east. Parties who were TITUSVILtE SANFORD 18.J7, ". shall cause at 1 least live copies of this notice .JOSEPH K. MELCIIER, -

ed this week at Truby, SLots tt'I'IIg with us assured us that on the west side ROCKLEtKiE IU, "' ... to l he |posted in the most public places) 0-123 Slarke. Fla. I Wagons Made To Order,
& I ENTERPRISE. '.UORLANDO. in the county _
Co.'lI. the prairie and other mUCK lands were .,
., equally extensive. KISSLHUEE "" a. IN TESTIMONY WHKIIEOF. 1 have ; Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
'0 } ', SJ. .. hereunto set hand and affixed The best Halve in the world for Cut.
City APOPKA *4, my
CPtitrllly far sale cheap The Lake% Pavajre Drainage Company T.\\; '3, 'IEUETLS. r L. ., the Great Seal of the State of bruises, Sores, Ulcers I Salt Hli4iiin. Fever Plows Made To Order
Jok ocated. Apply to N. J. Engineer Enscy. who has btcn for several ., 24 ., I J Florida, nt Tallahassee the Cap. Sores, 'l itar, ('bnp; d l ILuubi Cbilbbiius. *
*, Stark Fla.AlWther LEKSBURO, i7 CoriiH. ami Mil Skin Krii|'tioiid,
,, days in the employ of the Navarre ital this the twentieth day ofAu"tlt. .
Dminage C')., gives us the fallowing Ie- WILDWOOU, ,. 2U 80, A. U. 188S. and | ohitivolvTires I'iN'N or no l artt all '
car of Ideal and Prcareceived port: LADY LAKE. 31. JOHN L. CHIWFOK0if give perfect Repairing ot kinds done neatly and with dispatch
i4t Rati-Hl etioii. or refuiid lour N. LAKE WEIR November 1, s.'r..rlr" SlJifi money
The is composed of Ilcv. B. .. /
by Trilby Stem- Company ) --'" -- 155 centt per box. For site bv .
lq NOfX %
brg, Co. this vcek. F. Munire as President; W, J. Cameron, JAtKo4viiLk;, 3. HENRY W. EPPERSON: -----1 J. I*. ( AS KIN'S.NOTICE. .
Secretary; S. P. (Gardiner A. H. Tullis, : UCS.LA., 5. "aid at night Sheriff Bradford Co. HORSE-SHOEING, BLACK-SM ITHING. ,

The fit solid carload; of nails Angus Hall. David Jones, Henry Harvey event Tbeae of appointments Interference will be adhered of SO. In the Tallahassee Fla., Aug. 20, 1888.A .
hat on account quarantine
ever came to ti-u was Owen Owens jr.. and Benjamin Kite. grulatiouii" or other causes the appointments t hare appointed the followinntmc
teee,04! by county TLe company is stepping rapidly forward will be filled by local speakers woo will be In JtfotUer AffllcUoi District Resist rat ion Officers' in and. for All kinds of Iron and Wood Work solicited.If .
few Tcuby, Sternburg & Co. in their work. Heretofore Messrs. of readiness this lor such duty by special arningemeut Farmers vllle. Texas Juuie2i 1888. the several i itrict of Bradford Couiily.
daya ago, $ I Gardiner aud., Tu'.lis! have spokenol undei- R.L. AXDERSOX, The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta. Qa. Florida. viz: '
taking the wn k in connection: with those UEO.W. \VLsaXt &'. Distr. Vo. 1 E. G. Hid
Qnedo1j311i Gentlemen-The mother of a memberot Lawtiy. ; want Buckboard Surrey Phaeton .
buy a 200lb. atk 1 around the take. Last night at a meetingof iSecretarj-, Lake liutlcr. 2M.L..M'Knmfv; you a Buggy, Wagon, ,
U'erpool salt Trul the held onr firm wan afflieted with a sinrer- I
at Sternlri4 Dro.iuage Co., at Hampton. W.
i Palestine. 3 C. DwffliTa;
Co.)5. I Messrs. Girdiner and Tulli& undertook lie Becetven It Every Week. ous sore GJI her f-we for about JO yours. Ptovidemo. .. 4 A. C. ()tnm; I or any other vehicle from a Baby tarriage to a BandwagonI
conduct wi'li the company to cut a canal I New York. Sept. 17th. 1888. During the past few years it troubled her LiWsvilie.II a U. W. Kelley;'
1 he lie af rtilizer I from Lake Navarre iu Santa Fe River to Editor T J.EGRAPII-I have received very much by continued pain and itch Starke. 6 K. H. J.tinvr; want short notice.
? constantly use and the supply on
ing. She your S.K. S., sore eon your
; such a depth and width as decided promptly week since ** *
1"4 by upon :your paper every 1 and is well. Ilumptou. 7 B. Ilayiics.
.rib3', Sternburg & Co, by them and their engineer ta be sufUcieni left home a lid have had hs d.iiMppearo'l apparently
I only one copy of Should it break out again will advise The luuiks will tm kept open at the
ILbtbe;;;;; for drainage purposes. Mr. Tullis left the Courier. Mail facilities being equal v.>n. Very truly val.'ni* {Dia&'e ia: each District vs required Carriage Manufacturing A Specialty.
warped to }<** out for I, this morning for bis home la Alabama 1 can only attribute the receipt ot the PxN1Lb-Io(1 JAIU"1' RILEY. by statute until the last Sat.unlaythC .
Xm,0 ue margin\ or of I[and has turned over the entire work to TEJAcaui'ii to your usual prautptneas DrugJ fia\of Svptember l8>-8. it which time
r IUaus l wrarpci +Mr. Gardiner. Mr. G. states that he will Myself and Mrs. Jones mind Rodman are Treatise (m Blood and Skin Diseases the books will d n&M1can register .
hai XitoCuq \at voui subscrip lose no time and will cojnnneuce the workat very well and much improved by our : mailed free. j I thereafter.
.tit. a remittance is X- I I on'ce. 1 have been for the last 3 or 4 trip North Will be hOMe by the first of Tim SVTIFT PrKOFic Co.. Dmwer *g E L. ODOM. AJLMblTT tar fee Jla.

days engaged in running different cours.-s October. Yours truly, N J. JOKS. Atlanta, Ga. Supervisor of gUt'n. ,



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